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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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pressure system, and highs are expected to be in the low 90s. There JROTC Learnt. . . . .. .IB P
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thunderstorms will add more rain to our already six inch rain total 631.1 Mobllliatlon . . .. 4B W
for this week. Chances of late afternoon and evening storms will ACE Awards. . . . .. SB
diminish to 30 percent Friday but will increase back to 50 Ar.a D.ath.. . . . .. 7B
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by Saturday and Sunday. Highs all week are expected to be in The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
the low Ms with lows in the low 70s. Nov. land Sali. . . ..128 109th Year -- STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

49th Issue Thursday.June 22.. inm liSPS luw.nui
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Worth Proposed Subdivision Regulations to Be Aired Tuesday I


The first formal public hearing on curb> and gutter. Such Im- Methodist Church in Starke. Examples: pointed out by O'Neal: local road. tAl
NotingAF the county's proposed subdivision provements would increase the Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal A subdivision, where paved roads Paving is not required for lots facing
regulations is set at 7 p.m. next price of an average building lot to said the proposed regulations are are required, is three or more lots, an existing local road.A .
Tuesday night,June 27, in the Starke $20,000, too expensive for most Brad- not that stringent For example, upped from two to three lots when paved access road is requiredfor
city hall. ford residents, Stevenson said, and O'Neal says a young person or cou Lowell Garrett of the North Central a larger subdivision of more than
Sgts. to Meet... Building Contractor Warren would greatly restrict future still be able to buy an acre of Florida Regional Planning Council three lots with an access road made
Stevenson believes the proposed growth.A land and put a mobile home or a per- (NCFRPC) rewrote some provisionsand necessary for placement of
The Gateway Chapter of the Air rules are too stringent for Bradford meeting of concerned citizens is manent house on it without worrying made the rules less stringent.No residences, even if the local road on
Force Sergeants Association and County where, he said, everybody set for 7:30: p.m. today (Thursday about paving anything, just as they paved roads are required in sucha See. SD Rules.
..
Auxiliary will hold a meeting at 7 cannot afford to live on a paved road June 22) in the First can today. minor subdivision on an existing .. page 3A't'eacher's
p.m. today (Thursday, June 22) at -
the Bradford Family Restaurant. -

Retired active duty, reserves Air Leave
National Guard are welcome. For
further information call Ed Museat
782-3452.


Eat at Hampton... Revoked by Bd.

A chicken dinner is set Friday,
,
June 23, at Hampton Fire Dept. as
a fund raiser for the Hampton Lit
tle League. 'v a aj
Serving 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Smoked Rule Study SetA
chicken and rice, baked beans,
bread: $3.50.

-v-- teacher's professional leave ap- No limitation is set on summer r
Addition.
In .. t' 7 proved last week was revoked Tues- part-time employment. The purposeof
The 11th annual Youth Softball 4fp day night, June 20, by the Bradford the rule is to keep teachers on
Tournament is set Friday and School Board which reconsidered! leave from tying up too many posi-
Saturday, June 23-24, at the Ed- : and decided it's previous action tions at a school and causing problems
wards Road Complex.In violated the board's leave policy. for principals responsible for
addition to ballgames, there The reconsideration has no bearing filling teacher positions.
will be a yard sale, dinners, a home on the teacher involved, Administrators -
run derby, and a raffle. Come out agreed they would hire Interpretation of the current leave
and enjoy I her back if she wants a job. Plus, the policy was brought into question by
leave technically does not begin until Board Member Len Schlofman. Ad-

UCAP Meeting... 1 '" summer ends and the 1989-90 ministrator McLeod said Supt. Jim
,; J( ro teacher contract begins. Duncan has been consistent in ap-
A meeting of the United Citizens Meanwhile, Supt.Jim Duncan was proving leave requests.The .
Against Pollution is set Monday, asked to review the proposed new
June 26, at 7:30: p.m. in the Union leave rule and suggest a revision to board then discussed what
County courthouse.All the board in new board rules now up type of leave policy should be
members and interested are for adoption."If adopted.The current rule states thata
urged to attend this important you approve this, the board teacher on leave cannot receive
meeting. will be knowingly violating the cur remuneration for an outside activity. -
rent rule," said Supt. Jim Duncan. However, a teacher might be
Ins. Questions... The three members present at the allowed professional leave to workin
special June 20 meeting then voted a related field.A .
A specialist from the Fla. Dept.of .2-1 to revoke the leave, Board
Insurance will be in Starke 10 > VJ\\C\ vl 4uJk- Members Jimmy Scott and Len wording change in new school
a.m. to noon June 27 to answer Schlofman for the motion to reject, board rules seeks to clarify situa-
questions and solve problems on In- and Chairman Evelyn Chastain tion.Once

surance. voting to let the leave stand. the discussion came up,
There is no charge. The public is The current rule prohibitsteachers however, school board members
urged to attend. Bring along in- on leave from working discussed the range of the leave
surance polices or relevant forms. elsewhere or receiving remunera- rule, from an open rule, with no
For more info., call the Jackson- tion from a source other than the restrictions on outside activity, to a
ville Service Office, 359-6146. school system. There have been more stringent rule prohibiting
violations, but since January the ad- employment elsewhere when on
Pop Warner... ministration has been trying to leave, or to say the activity while on
leave should be tied to the teacher'sarea
follow the rule.
Sign-Ups for Pop Warner football Photos by Brando Baw.k
of expertise.Board .
Supt. Duncan stressed his office
and washes set 15 and
car are July
State Hr// has no Investigative arm to be sure Attorney Johnny Hobbs
July 29 at the Community pointed out it would be to tie ateacher's
teachers live up to the leave policy easy
Bank parking lot, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.A .
only is set July 22 at And Away They Go... while on leave. area to most any job.
sign-up The June 12 school board meeting Supt. Jim Duncan, on vaction in
the Deerfoot Village parking lot, 10 Andy Smith left, John Allen, middle, and was one 1 of the'shortest on record: Virginia, was not present June 12.
a.m. to 3 p.m. about 30 minutes,but then the school
Pop Warner practice begins the Ray Van DeMark, right, show cases of boar spent over an hour after the
blueberries bound for Domlnlck's, a food whether it had
first week of August. meeting discussing
distributor, In Chicago. Sunbelt Blueberries' correctly acted on its teacher profes- Nepotism Rule..,
Starke warehouse is the first shipping stop sional work leave policy in acceptingtwo A nepotism rule, prohibiting

Job Training... of many of Florida's blueberries. The ber- n ,, r resignations while approvingone employees and teachers from workIng -
ries are often shipped from Starke to placesas year's leave for another teacher under an administrator closely
Application for the Summer Youth far away as Belgium, England and Italy. who didn't resign, as advised, but related to them, is proposed in the
Employment and Training Program This year's blueberry crop is only a fractionof asked for professional leave The new school board rules up for adop-
funded by the Job Training last year's crop since a late February proposal was on the June 12 consent tion soon.
Partnership Act (JTPA) are freeze devastated many grower's plants. agenda with Supt. Duncan's recom- ; rule is limited tohusband
available at the local Job Service of mendation to and wife, brother and
Florida Office, 608 N. Orange St. r approve. sister, father and mother, brother-
and the Union County Courthouseon j jRay f Current leave policy prohibits in-law and sister-in-law. A grand-
Main Street in Lake Butler. Ap- ; teachers from accepting employ-- father clause is included to bring in
plicants must be economically ment elsewhere. One sentence in all current nepotism situations. Only
disadvantaged, age 14 to 21, and a Part 2 of the current leave policy persons hired in the future would be
Bradford/Union County Resident. Blueberry Season Leaves GroversColdby states: "An employee who violatesthe affected. And, the rule exempts
._ terms of his original leave ap- part-time or temporary situations.

Free Day Care... Sue Ellen Smith Van DeMark, manager of Burgaw, N.C., is selling its blueber- plication approved,without an amendment filing, and having to the Supt. Jim Duncan is not recom-

ICY Stuff Writer Sunbelt Blueberries' Starke ries for $1.59 per pint. leave application to authorize the mending the nepotism rule. School
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is This year's blueberry season may warehouse located at the State Florida growers have seen com- new or changed conditions, or who board members, however have ask-
available in most private preschools indeed leave a lot of area growers Farmers Market on US-301, said, mercial production of blueberries accepts employment elsewhere ed that it be placed in the new rules.
in Starke. For more Infor- feeling blue.Berries due to the freeze, commercial flourish in recent years, with shall have his leave terminated andshall No employee will be transferred
mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford are a lot harder to find this shipments to the warehouse were on- Florida berries! often getting high be subject to termination of his because of the proposed rule, said
School Board Office, ph. 9646800. year due to severe crop damage ly a fraction of what they are in a prices on the market. employment." Supt. Duncan.

caused by two nights of freezing good season. Sunbelt Blueberries is A teacher on leave could be terminated The new rules are still being
temperatures in late February. The part of The Michigan Blueberry Van DeMark said that in Europe, when due to return to workin studied. A public hearing will be
crop-devastating cold snap followeda Growers Association."We Sunbelt Blueberries can get as much the fall if said teacher is employed held on them in July, after which the
'55 Class Cruise... long warm spell that caused "have Van shipped DeMark 600 said.to 800 cratesa as $60 for 12 half-pints of its berries. elsewhere, said Director of Person- rules must be advertisted for three
blueberry bushes to bloom early. day, The Florida Department of nel Wayne McLeod. weeks prior to adoption.
The BHS Class of 1955 is planning About 75 percent of the potential But this Monday, the warehouse Agriculture and Consumer Services __
3-day cruise from Port Canaveralin tonnage and 90 percent of the dollar handled only about 100 or 200 crates. said in a Florida Market Bulletin
Sept. 1990 to celebrate its 35th value of the Florida blueberry crop "We" handled twice this much last that Florida was getting high pricesfor Fiery Fourth Set HereThe
reunion. Other graduating classesare was lost due to the freeze, accordingto year, said Andy Smith, who worksat its berries because Florida is the

invited to join the cruise. For Paul Lyrene, blueberry specialistat the warehouse.A only place in the world where
info, call Judy Casey Berard, the University of Florida Instituteof lack of berries normally said pushes blueberries are produced in April second annual Freedom Fest, a Fourth of July celebration, spon-
473-2468, or Lake Region Travel, Food and Agricultural Sciences. price up, but Hightower pricesfor and May for shipping. sored by the Starke/Bradford Chamber of Commerce, is set to begin at
berries 50
473-7234. Early ripening varieties of her you-pick were only 7:30: p.m. Tuesday July 4, at the Bradford High football stadium.A .
blueberries, which Include varieties cents per pint this season. Hightower of the Lamp of JesuS live band, called Peggy Johnson and The Sound Express, will play
looked bad and
Learn to Read... usually planted at area you-pick "But our field "she said.wedidn't Ministries you-pick blueberry farm two different sets prior to the fireworks.Hot .
berries
If know and adult who wantsto operations, were the hardest hit. have many has not given up hope on the season' dogs and hamburgers will be sold by the All-Sports Club.
of the
"Some are
you
learn to read, or if want to Louise Hightower of Lamp of much bigger growers pound." yet and said she still\ expected There will be a bigger and better fireworks display than last year, said
you $1.25 a
getting as as
Jesus Ministries, which owns a you- pickers to come to the farm. Chamber Secretary Chris Davidson.
help someone learn to read, contact Van DeMark said were
Charles pick blueberry farm a few miles growers A fishing tournament, which will end at halftZme of the celebration Is
Thomas at the Bradford- blueber-
about flat for
Union Vo-Tech Center south of Starke, said their blueberry getting $20 a "We have had pickers and I expect being planned.A .
9646150. phone season will be cut short this year due ries."In a few more, she said. "With karate demonstration is also In the works.
to the lack of blueberries."We stores, they have" been DeMark sellingfor the rain, the last of the berries are Steve Futch, owner of Jones Funeral Home, is chairman of the Special
T were two weeks late opening said.about $2 a pint, Van turning ripe. We still have a few ber- Projects Committee of the Chamber under which planning of the July 4
because we didn't have any ries left. celebration falls.
Upcoming... berries," Hightower said. "Our The price per pint at the Starke As for the bushes they lost in the "We are just trying to provide a outing where people can eat a hotdog,
season usually runs about seven Wlnn Dixie Is $2.99. freeze, Hightower said "We're going drink a coke, and watch the fireworks," said Chairman Futch. "We'd like
Public meetings scheduled in the weeK: Now it inigni run three The Starke Food Lion, which has to have to replant, but" we were to give our folks a chance to stay at home on the Fourth."
coming weeks are weeks, if we're lucky." its blueberries shipped from going to do that anyway.
The Starke Zoning Board set for


June tion.The 22 Bradford has been County cancelled.School No ac- Union Vows to Continue Fight Against f.Jemergency : Waste Plant, Despite.- New Bill I


Board will meet June 26 at 7 p.m. services if the Is business. "After all if we're' going to project on hold while-waiting for
In spite of having a $3,630,000 car These items are contingent upoifUnion plant Florida First to obtain permits and
School Admlnstration
at the
Building.The rot dangled before their eyes in a County's final selection for approved, he said. "5500,00would be the state's dump, that's not a very financing, which could require up to
legislative appropriations bill, the the hazardous waste site. Accordingto not even scratch the surface for positive image of the community, two "Then if the Polk County
Bradford County Zoning years.
Board will meet June 27 at 7:30 consensus of Union County Commis- Rep. George Crady these are an- what Is needed in Union County", he he said. project fell through, we'd be two
sioners Monday night was to con- nual appropriations totaling near$15 added. Since the announcement that further behind a DER
p.m. at Starke City Hall. Only Bradford County Commission Florida First, Inc., had applied to years
tinue opposing the Hazardous Waste million over a five-year period. spokesman said. Evidentally the
business: subdivision Chamber regulations.of Com- Treatment Facility north of Raiford Two other items, not contingentupon Chairman Joe Riddick says he is op- DER for a permit to construct and agency intends to move on a parallel
The Starke
at the until it proves Impossible to defeat.If the hazardous waste site, were posed to attempts to link the operate a $75 million hazardous track with the two locations, accep-
merce will host a gathering from the amount regional landfill to the hazardous waste treatment facility near
the site north of Raiford becomes cut sharply ting the one that is approved first.
Econo Lodge, June 27 from 5 to inevitable, then the Commissionersfelt originally reported. These were waste facility, which he also op Mulberry in Polk Coaunty, the focus Union,Bradford,and Baker Coun-
6:30 p.m. they should obtain all funding $700,000 for improvements at the poses. "I'm not for the state may turn from Union County to PolkIf ties, together with United Citizens
The Bradford County will Commis-be possible from the State to assist the Union County High School, down money" he said. "We'll get by their permit is approved at a Against Pollution, are parties to
sion Budget Workshop July county in meeting its obligations asthe from $1.5 million; and $130,000 for a without it." future hearing. Strong oppositionhas legal proceedings against DER re-
6 at 7 at the Bradford County in Polk County
p.m. treatment facility, down already developed administrative hearing
host county for the plant. juvenile Some residents of the county are quiring an
Courthouse. from $1.3 million. The county will where attempts are being made to where they will present evidence of
.The first Monday meeting of the of th.. Appropriations bill receive these appropriations unless impressed will by the promised money, raise $10,000 for legal costs flaws in the siting process by which
it speed projects.
finally saying up
County Commission has been received here show- to the plant going
Monday vetoed by Governor Martinez. necessary oppose Union was picked by DER
Others the state is trying to buy County
10 at 9:30 say
changed to Monday, July ed no changes In the $2.8 million there.
and its consulting firm, Weston, Inc.
them off with carrot on a stick.
a
a.m. because of the July holiday. total for three major items, In- Jerry Wilson, Union County's
DER officials In Tallahassee have No date has been set for the hearing
Tom supermarket owner
services said Spires,
of the director of ,
meeting
The first Tuesday $2 million for the emergency
cluding
Stjrke Commission has been Landfill for Tri-County he remains opposed to the facility in and Chairman of the Union County said If the Polk County plant Is ap- which the legislative act has con-
$300,000 UnionCounty'
closing
; said the Union County site would densed into a one-day session when
Chamber of Commerce ,
of the offered for his a proved
Tuesday, July spite money
to 7:30 landfill and
changed : present
p.m.
; department. The county actually hazardous waste plant would hurt be unnecessary. However, the agency all interested parties with pertinentdata
holiday.
11 because of the July $500,000 to
preparedness upgrade in Die county.emergency needs $4 million to upgrade the chamber's effort to recruit new is not willing to place the Union will be heard.


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I Street Money Woes Discourage Council I


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Starke commissioners got no sales tax a focal option gas tax, or but wilf get worse with time. He sees widens to 160 feel at its widest point, ed extension meets US-301 just southof 731000. 400 acres of
satisfaction Tuesday night June 20, increasing electric rates to build the no relief from the US-301 traffic over Alligator Creek, is proposed by Deerfoot Village is not an- The city owns which some the roadway
from Clerk Neil Tucker on how to road. One penny per kilowatt hour anytime soon. Extending Epperson the engineers. ticipated. property through fill would off the
pay for the extension of would raise $400,000 per year Clerk Street would give residents a way to Engineer Ruckman explained his City commissioners have discussed would go. The come down I
Street south to provide an alternate Tucker said. ai\ the: new shopping center 'without ,firm planned the road to be 150 feet a back road to the shopping south end of that property which the city
route to Deerfoot Village the Wal- Exasperated councilmen, tired {having to go down US-301. above sea level, the 100-year flood center for some time. Previous! next to the old airport,
Mart shopping center. after a lengthy meeting a brief 60,000 yards of fill dirt,costing plain level. The fill area to elevatethe estimates used were less than half of also owns. ,
"How can we raise that much secret bargaining strategy for the $105,000 and a 120-foot long concrete road above the flood plain spansa -- ---
money when we can't afford onepolice Fire Department the workshop on bridge across Alligator Creek 1,500footlong area which will
car?" asked Mayor Bobby the proposed road rose and left costing $306,000, are what drives the create a dam across the Alligator
Biggs, referring to an $12,000 Mayor Bobby Biggs did not get a project cost up Ruckman said. Creek flood plain.To SOMECHEAPER
general government expenditure the clear concensus when he polled the The proposed two-lane 24-foot- alleviate the damming problem
council approved despite admoni- commissioners as they rose. wide roadway is to extend from Ed- ; six 48-inch culverts, three on
tions from Clerk Tucker than the "That was a far-out answer," said wards Road across Alligator Creekto each side of the creek are plannedin -
General Fund budget is in the red.A Commissioner Travis Woods of an intersection with US-301 on the addition to the creek flow.
$731,000 cost estimate has been Clerk Tucker's options. west side of Deerfoot Village Shopping Some relocation of electrical poles
placed on extending Epperson Street The estimate came in a May 23 Center and other miscellaneous structureswill
in southwest Starke to make a back work session from engineers Don The west boundary of Edwards be necessary, Ruckman said.A NONEOWER
entrance to the new Wal-Mart shopp- Ruckman and Gary Sneddon of Bes- Road recreation complex forms one new intersection at US-301 with
ing center. sent, Hammock & Ruckman of side of the proposed road. The pro- wider turning radi, will be requiredwith
Options open to the city, Clerk Jacksonville the city's long-time posed road also takes up the east the high highway median cuts
Tucker said, include a property tax engineering firm. side of the Florida Highway Patrol and a realignment of the KOA ac- BETTER !
increase, a special assessment or a Ruckman said May 23 the city's property.A cess roadway.
special taxing,: district a local option traffic problem will not get better. right of way of 60 feet, which A traffic signal where the propos-


I New Stadium Lights at Bradford High Delayed One YearNew leaves BLOWERBlow drives, walks the qt

easy cordless way
football stadium lights will be Amason Construction Jacksonville School and to pave the parking lot at administration building and six new 150 mph maximum air velocity $11 g95 _
delayed a year after bids came in $213,435.Triest the administration building. classrooms at Southside Elemen- 340 cubic feet of air per minute 420 W
way over the $100,000 budgeted. Construction Keystone Construction for an addition to the tary is planned to begin in August.Let's M Vibration.dampened handle for
Architect Spiros Drivas told the Heights 197274. added comfort
school board June 20 that he will Gayco Electric, Jacksonville Front exhaust foreither
draw up new plans cut out the frills 183900. hand operation
28cc
and see if he can come within the James D. Hinson Electrical Con- Gather for Optional cycle vacuum engine attachment 129" ASSEMBLED
budget. Drivas now plans to rebid tracting Co., Jacksonville, 192809. 1-year limited warranty
the new project in September and After deducting two alternate Vacation Bible School
for the construction to be done from bids, a speaker system and lights for
December to March, in between the baseball field Triest was the apparent -
football and baseball season. low at$153,000 Hinson was at
Supt Jim Duncan said there is a $160,000, Gayco was at $172,000. MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST
contractor who has done football "It's just more money that we
field lights at Citizens Field in have to put into lighting. It's CHURCH invites YOU, if you are TRIMMER
Gainesville and Newberry High for needed," Supt. Duncan told the $9995Mod..11l1
less than $100,000. However, school board.Architect between the ages of 2 to 18 yrs. 17"2-cycle, 22cc engine
pathSensorFeed
specifications will have to be rewrit- Drivas said he can cut cutting* '
ten for that contractor to bid. some$30,000 out of the bid by cuttingout to attend Vacation Bible head automatically cutting advancesline
The four bids opened this week cages used to climb poles and as needed No operator
were all rejected by the school boardas changing the fixtures from stainless School with us. action required. 109" ASSEMBLEDPoulcmPRO
too high on the recommendationof steel to iodized steel.
Supt. Jim Duncan. The board also plans to repave the
The base or total bids were: parking lot at Bradford Middle June 26 30
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I Softball Tournament Begins 6:45 to 9 p.m.Don .

Seven teams are signed up for the Team tropmes will go to the top
11th annual Youth Softball Associa- three teams plus gift coupons from
tion Men's Church Slow Pitch Soft- the Jr. Food Mart to runner-up In-
ball Tournament set Friday and dividuals. STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS.
Saturday June 23-24 at the Ed- Remember about all the activitiesset White Florida Peet Control Stark Power Equipment Rob LawnMower
wards Road recreation complex in Saturdaythe yard sale home \ 539 Eaat Call Street 438 9. Walnut Street lie Chalneaw Repair
Starke. run derby dinners raffle etc. as Pastor Starke.. FL 32091 Starke, FL 32091 Iwy21 North
Two games are set Friday night. well as all the ball games, says 004 674S 064- G68 473-0233:
An exhibition between the Coach Jerry McGriff.
co.__.._ A_game" ..._ St" I unto.. ,.-- -- -- --.
oLaTKt? Stars ttliu urc are
Stars is set at 7P.m. on Field No 2. _pgr ,r ; i iw
At 8:30: p.m. Friday tournament < ." ". .rte ,.
game No. lis slated beztween Air- I :
of Starke and First '
park Baptist 1< k .. .
Baptist of Lake City.
Games begin at 9 m. Saturday 1
when First Baptist of Palatka meets :
Arlington Assembly of God of
Jacksonville on Field No and New m f -
Oak Grove Baptist Church of High
d
Springs meets Express (The Church ft i : Ii
:
of Jesus of Latter Day Saints) of i
New Smyrna Beach on Field No 2. i 4 :
At 10:30: a.m. Saturday the :
Calvary Baptist of Augustine : ? A
plays the winner of game No.1.
either Airpark Baptist of Starke or : .iA
First Baptist of Lake City. ( ;
The 7 teams will continue double ,. :'
elimination play until only one teamis _
left Saturday night. 4
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SD Rules. .. 4 .1 r i

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From pace 1A


which the subdivison is located is not i
paved.Curb. .' .. 1=wd't'
and gutter are not required
unless the lots in a subdivison are
10,000 square feet, such as in a i S
densely populated area. '
Ninety percent of lots in Bradford 1 .
:
County are one acre or over, Direc- I
tor O'Neal said, on which neither a
paved road or curb and gutter is re
quired.Paved.
roads are required if a lot is
on arterial or collector roads. The
county has two arterial roads:
SR-100 and US-301. Collector roads 1-
are smaller-use roads, such as t
CR-225, CR-18 CR-125 and SR-16. In 7
the future SR-16 could be upgradedto x. 4:,a4+f sr
an arterial road if the traffic count ?
justifies such a designation.The .
proposed subdivision regula-
tions also include a grandfather
clause, in which all existing platted
:
subdivisions would be exempt from ,
..itst
the new rules O'Neal said. One con- Ir<. r r
dition is that a drawing of the sub- i af,1x ,
divison be filed with the county
clerk.

Faced with requests to pave roadsin
existing subdivisions on which lots
were sold without paved roads, the
county commission wants subdivi-
sion paving regulated. The
developer and the residents in a sub-
division should make arrangementsto t
pave the streets to county
specifications before the subdivisionwill
be accepted by the county, com- Life is filled with
missioners believe.In .
triumphs and tragedies.
fact the commissioners now"refuse
to accept for county Master strokes and hard

maintenance any subdivision in luck losses. Like the time you hooked your first fish. Or the black Friday that you and a
which roads are not paved to county
specflcations. friend were laid off. .

I It's only natural in a heady moment of victory that you would choose to celebrate, or in

Gregory SaturdayFuneral ServicesSet ,i. quiet despair seek consolation from someone you know and trust. Perhaps at no other time is

services are set at 11 a.m. : .:, the telephone so intimately involved in your life.

Saturday June 24, In Santa Fe ,;:. ) > ALLTEL doesn't take those moments lightly. When you pick up the phone to dial your

Cemetery for Judge Swanson best friend close in hands. So constantly explore to offer
Gregory of Hampton. '. "f, 'f> "..' or a relative you're our we ways you
The Rev. J.D. Bowen will of- ,&;.;il'7" faster more efficient local phone service while containing costs.
Funeral Home of
ficiate. Jones
Starke is in charge of arrangements.Mr. In many of the communities we serve throughout the Southeast we're able to offer a

June.20 Gregory, after a long 96, illness.died Tuesday ,"Y:... ., .> whole new generation of sophisticated custom-calling features that provide extra speed or

Born October 8. 1892 In Edlnburg, '; >: convenience for those important calls.

Miss.in, Mr.1954 Gregory from Ocala.moved He to Hampton was a- It's all part of a grand plan to systematically upgrade the quality of service as developing ,

member of Hampton Baptist technologies permit .J ". >'.. I ::; <
and veteran of : ( ; ,
World Church War, a farmer I.Survivors a .GI.IXEL Whether the big news of the hour is a bouncing baby boy or a bashed front bumper)..''". .'

include: one son,Joseph we're hard work lines of communication> :' '. j "* ---1"1 ';- : '
Gregory Gaithersburg, Md., and at, keeping your. ; .open. : ; .. ,1 Stu rttss.4 l;
one daughter Elinor Rose Wright of >. '. :. ,>I" : '" '. II > '{, f.I'' :V',: ';' <7I" .. .
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I Epperson Street Money Woes Discourage Council I I


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Starke commissioners Rot no sales tax, a focal option gas tax, or but wllf get < with time He sees widens to 160 feet at its widest point, ed extension meets US-301 just southof $731,000. of
satisfaction Tuesday night, June 20, increasing electric rates to build the no relief :nrae the: US-301 traffic over Alligator Creek, is proposed by Deerfoot Village is not anticipated The city owns some 400 acres
from Clerk Neil Tucker on how to road. One penny per kilowatt hour anytime soon. Extending Epperson the engineers property through which the roadway
pay for the extension of would raise $400,000 per year Clerk Street would give residents a way to .Engineer:: Ruckman explained his City commissioners have discuss. would go.The fill would come off the I
Street south to provide an alternate Tucker said.Exasperated. /,. the new shopping center ;without ,firm planned the road to be 150 feet ed a back road to the shopping south end of that Property, down
route to Deerfoot Village, the Wal- councilmen, tired -having I to go: down US-301, above sea level, the 100-year flood center for some time I Previous next to the old airport,which the city
Mart shopping center. after a lengthy meeting, a brief 60,000 yards of fill dirt,,costing plain level. The fill area to elevatethe estimates used were less than half of also owns
How can we raise that much secret bargaining strategy for the $105,000,and a 120-foot long concrete road above the flood plain spansa .
money when we can't afford one Fire Department, the workshop on bridge across Alligator Creek, ISOOCootlong area which will
police car!" asked Mayor Bobby the reposed road, rose and left.Mayor costing $306,000, are what drives the create a dam across the Alligator
Biggs, referring to an $12,000 Bobby Biggs did not get a project cost up, Ruckman said. Creek flood plain. SOME
general government expenditure the clear concensus when he polled the The proposed two-lane, 24-foot- To alleviate the damming pro-
council approved despite admonitions commissioners as they rose. wide roadway is to extend from Edwards ;olem, six 48-inch culverts, three on
from Clerk Tucker than the "That was a far-out answer," said Road across Alligator Creekto each side of the creek, are plannedin CHEAPER-
General Fund budget is in the red. Commissioner Travis Woods of an intersection with US-301 on the addition to the creek flow.
A $731,000 cost estimate has been Clerk Tucker's options. west side of Deerfoot Village Shopping Some relocation of electrical poles
placed on extending Epperson Street estimate came in a May 23 Center and other miscellaneous structureswill
In southwest Starke to make a back w.e session from engineers Don The west boundary of Edwards be necessary, Ruckman said. NONEBETTER
entrance to the new Wal-Mart shopping Ruckman and Gary Sneddon of Bes- Road recreation complex forms one A new intersection at US-301, with
center. sent, Hammock & Ruckman of side of the proposed road. The pro- wider turning radi, will be required
Options open to the city Clerk l Jacksonville, the city's long-time posed road also takes up the east with the high highway median cuts
Tucker said, include a property tax engineering firm. side of the Florida Highway Patrol and a realignment: :: of the KOA access !
increase, a special assessment, or a Ruckman said May 23 the city's property roadway
special taxing:district a local option traffic problem will' not get better A right i of way of 60 feet, which A traffic signal where the propos-


I New Stadium Lights at Bradford High Delayed One YearNew POWER leovei BLOWERBlow drives, wollct the /fl

New football stadium lights' will be Amason Construction, Jackson School and to-pave the parking lot at administration building and six new 150 wry mph cordlen maximum way air velocity $11 295 -*
a a year after bids away In ville, $213,435.Triest the administration building classrooms at Southside Elemen- 340 cubic feet of air per minute
over the $100,000 budgeted. Construction, Keystone Construction for an addition to the tary is planned to begin in AugustLet's brolion, .dampened handle for 420
Architect Spires Drivas told the Heights, $197,274 added comfort
school board June 20 that he will Gayco Electric Jacksonville, Front exhoutt foreither "'Yo'-
draw up new plans, cut out the frills $183,900 hand operotion =-
and see if he can come within the James D. Hinson Electrical Con- Gather for .. Optional 2-cl<:le, 2Bcc.npin.attachment '
vacuum 129" ASSEMBLED
budget. Drivas now plans to rebid tracting Co., Jacksonville, $192,809. 1.year limited warranty
the new project in September, and After deducting two alternate Vacation School
for the construction to be done from bids, a speaker system and lights for Bible
December to March, in between the baseball field, Triest was the apparent -
football and baseball season. low at$153,000, Hinson was at
Supt. Jim Duncan said there is a $160,ooo, Gayco was at $172,000. MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST
contractor who has done football "It's just more money that we
field lights at Citizens Field in have to put into lighting i It's: CHURCH invites YOU if you are TRIMMER
Gainesville i and Newberry High for needed," Supt Duncan told the $9995
less than $100,000 However, school board. between the ages of 2 to 18 yrs. .. 2-cycle" 22cc engine
specifications will have to be rewritten Architect Drivas said he can cut Model 111 17 cutting pomSentorFeed
for that contractor to bid. some$30,000' out of the bid by cutting to attend Vacation Bible head automatically" cutting advancesline
The four bids opened this week out cages used to climb poles and at needed No
were all rejected by the school board changing the fixtures from stainless School with us. action required operator '109' ASSEMBLEDPouIcmPRO
as too high, on the recommendationof steel to iodized steel.The .
Supt, Jim Duncan board also plans to repave the
The base or total bids were: parking lot at Bradford Middle June 26 30


I Softball Tournament Begins 6:45 to 9 p.m.Don .

Seven teams are signed up for the Team tropnies will go to the top
11th annual Youth Softball Associa- three teams, plus gift' coupons from
tion Men's Church Slow Pitch Softball the Jr Food Mart to runner-up individuals
Tournament set Friday and : STARKE KEYSTONE JlGTS.
I Saturday, June 2324. at the Edwards Remember about all the activitiesset White. Florida Pest Control 6tl Power Equipment Rob'e L.wnMower
Road recreation complex in Saturday- the yard sale, home \ 639 435 S. W.lnut Street .. Chalneaw ale
Starke. run derby, dinners, raffle, etc. as Pastor :eo-tIIJiet: : Starks,FL 32091 Ilwy 21 :
Two games are set Friday night. well as all the ball games, says 064.5745 064-6668 4730233
An exhibition game between theoldinc Coach Jerry McGriff.
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Stark it ---
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Stars is set at 7 p m on Field No 2. ,
At 8:30:: p.m. Friday tournament .' .. rs '. ft- '
game No. 1 Is slated beztween Airpark i.e# : [ f
Baptist of Starke and Firstfames t. ;. .
Lake City i
( begin at 9 m. Saturday 1 fi a dI
when First Baptist of Palatka meets
Arlington Assembly of God ofJacksonville
on Field No 1 and New .
Oak Grove Baptist Church of High -
Springs meets Express (The Churchof S
Jesus of Latter Day Saints i ) of :
New Smyrna Beach on Field No 2. .. .
At 10:30 a.m. Saturday the ,.
of "'
Calvary StAugustineplays
I the winner of game No 1, b
either Airpark Baptist of Starke or
First Baptist of Lake City I
The 7 teams will continue double
elimination i play until only one team
is left Saturday night INr Ir


SD Rules. .. '.a.. .
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From paOe 1A

which the subdivison is located Is not d d

paved.Curb.
and gutter are not required rLs
unless the lots in a subdivison are tl rtl
10,000 square feet, such as in a t +ir
densely populated area.
Ninety percent of lots in Bradford
County are one acre or over Director -
O'Neal said, on which neither a .
paved road or curb and gutter is re-
quired.Paved.
roads are required if a lot Is
on arterial or collector roads The
county has two arterial roads:
SR-100 and US-301, Collector roads
are smaller-use roads, such as
CR-225, CR-18, CR'125, and SR-16. In
the future SR-16 could be upgradedto
an arterial road if the traffic count F
justifies such a designation. ?
The proposed subdivision regulations "
also include a grandfatherclause
in which all existing platted I '
subdivisions would be exempt from
the new rules, O'Neal said One con
dition is that a drawing of the sub
divison be filed with the county
clerk

Faced with requests to pave roads
in existing' which l lots
were sold without sedn roads, the
county commission wants subdivision -
paving regulated. The
developer and the residents In a sub-
division should make arrangementsto
pave the streets to county
specifications before the subdivisionwill
be accepted by the county, commissioners Life is filled with
believe
triumphs and tragedies.
In fact, the commissioners nowrefuse
to accept for county Master strokes and hard

maintenance any subdivision in luck losses. Like the time you hooked your first fish. Or the black Friday that you and a
which roads are not paved to county
specfications friend were laid off. *

t It's only natural in a heady moment of victory that you would choose to celebrate, or in
Services .
Set Gregory SaturdayFuneral quiet despair seek consolation from someone you know and trust. Perhaps at no other time is

the telephone so intimately involved in your life.
services are set at 11 a.m.
Saturday June 24, in Santa Fe ALLTEL doesn't take those moments lightly. When you pick up the phone to dial your

Gregory Cemetery of for Judge Swanson J best friend or a close relative, you're in our hands. So we constantly explore ways to offer you

The Rev.Jones J.&toowen Funeral Home will officiate of- ;;r.t\"- faster, more efficient local phone service while containing costs. u

Starke is in charge of arrangements.Mr. In many of the communities we serve throughout the Southeast we're able to offer a

Gregory, 96, died Tuesday, ," ';W ,' whole new generation of sophisticated custom-calling features that provide extra speed or
Illness. ;
June 20, after a long .."..,
Born October 8, 1892 in Edinburg, convenience for those important calls. _

Miss.in, Mr.1954 Gregory from Ocala.moved He to Hampton was a- It's all part of a grand plan to systematically upgrade the quality of service as developing -.... _

member of Hampton Baptist technologies permit ,.." ,s' (., ::,<
Church, a farmer, and a veteran of ,. ,
World War I.Survivors -ALUEL: ( ':. Whether the big news of the hour is a bouncing baby boy or a bashed front bumper,/r:.. '1' .'
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include: one son,Joseph we're hard work lines of communication # '
Gregory Gaithersburg, Md., and > at keeping your, : open.; >> ::1f' J fv
one daughter Elinor Rose Wright of f i I'1 tir.. ,* (VI"
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Brooker Elementary Straight A's...
grade 3,Derek slder.grade 4 and Chad Thomas grade 1 / .
I Student making straight A'a on their report cards I,
for the sixth six weeks grading period at Brooker Back rows Kelly Cook grade 2,Julie Robinson grade
Elementary are (Ito rs 5, Kelll Grirris grade 5, Matthugh Crosby grade 5 and
Front row Amy Luke grade 2, Jennifer Lefever Matthew Jordan grade 4.

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Students grade three at Starke Elementary School Second row Chjrli Cox Beverly Williams Klnberly
who earned straight A's on their reportcard: for the Pharis Brandt Jones,Renae Morgan,Morris Mahoneyfifth
six weeks are (J to rt and Matt Pusaterl.
Front rows Travis Crew Adrienne Padgett Carrie Back rows Brlanne Gill, Chris Kinney, Crystal
Thompson, Ginnie Campbell Ryan Fauylkner, Melvin Tiffany Ratliff and Christina Woods.
Heather Jarvia and BVanessa Norman. Dlptl Patel was absent. -

Retail Market Then Call GE TV"

Operating Now [ iRECORD
JUNCTION,
Without_ Tent III 'mod" LIIe.de.rr iii Inc. $1788 ASGaii
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c. &
A wind and rainstorm
Thursday night A CompuCU? Your Radio Shack
blew down and damaged the .
big tent under which produce was ) ---- -- .- \ Dealer in Starke For
being sold directly to consumers by Bte 1 Financed
local r'_ I .. .... I Details on our NEW
growers. "' "'''' "
But the market will be continue to i; I ..........- I .I J Rent to Own for Tandy
operate as long the growers want to L- -
sell produce, said Market Manager f 1tT-i ,1 Computers,. or stop by
Bobby Allen. s
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our new location
The hours are still Wednesday
from 2 to 7 p.m.and Saturday from 8
a.m, to 1 p.m. Produce will now be Deerfoot Shopping Center
set up on and around the farmer's Starke
market Allen says.
964-7474
"We've had limited supplies but
we'd like for customers to come. by Ir
and see what's available;.'said

Allen Growers. -are"asked to'set'up{' M Cecelia Brannen .''24 Hr. Service.'Serving Area Counties
minutes ahead of time for a $5 daily -

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Polk County Joins Union in FightIf I



C21Outcome I
the people of Union County feel they IiUv

are being unjustly "dumped on", come \
residents of Mulberry and Bradley Junc- Jadu 11
of Hazardous Waste Site tion in the phosphate mining area of Polk aklak. c
County think their area has already been ci so Orange Allard G,

"raped" by the phosphate mining industryand Proposal iford Park 7Ca n, ,
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Still in DoubtThe are determined to fight any additional
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hazardous waste.
dumping of wasti alit 75 Butter tarke SG AupusNna

State counties like Union to be drafted for the When they first learned that a private Keystone
regular session of the B.ywoodHu.
corporation had applied for a permit to .
Legislature adjourned two weeks ago job.In build a hazardous waste treatment facility w, n ;

and we are just now finding out what the meanwhile, Union County and on mined-out lands south of Bartow op-: Gaimivllle Palatw) eteo :

was in, or out, of the 500-page ap- UCAP are keeping their in ponents of the Union County site thought 100 },
this would them off the hook
propriation bill regarding benefits for preparation for a fight to the finis if after perhaps being selected get as the site by the 24 1 Bunnell

Union County if it finally becomes the necessary. Most Union Countians- Department of Environmental Regulationand

one and only hazardous waste treat- least those who are vocal about the the State Legislature.
05
ment site for Florida. issueare adament in their stand aytonetelar
It was assumed there would be little 01'no
When it boils down to hard facts, three against being "treated like a dump". opposition from citizens of Polk County Ocala $AtFttl

big items totaling $2,800,000 will not be At a meeting of Union County Com- if Florida's first hazardous waste treat- Kay 1

received by the county unless it is final- missioners Monday night, the consen- ment thless"facility mined-out were phosphate located on lands.those "wor- 7s 27raull

ly selected for the hazardous waste sus was to continue their opposition to

treatment facility. These are $2 millionfor the site as long as there is a chance of Not so editor-owner, according to of Bill The Histed Mulberry, fiesty Leesburg
young
the tri-county landfill; $300,000 to avoiding it. If it becomes inevitable that Press, whose paper ins recent column

close Union County's present landfill; Union will be the site, then as much asked: "Why, in Heaven's name, is the hfMexico

and $500,000 to upgrade emergency assistance from the State in Mulberry-Bradlev-Brewster region ; ,
preparedness.Two for and dealing with expenses involve becoming a dump for everything from 1 Orlando 7ltusvilb
human waste to phosgypsum hazardous
other items$700,000 for Union in such a project should be pursued. wastes, and 'even mountains. of used

County High School, and $130,000 for a Because Florida First Corporation, a tires?" Map shows relationship of the Interstate highways that would serve r

juvenile treatment facility, will be coming subsidiary of Midcontinental Develop- "We all know" the Press continued the hazardous waste plant If the Union County site Is selected. Opponents I.

to the county unless vetoed by ment, Inc. of McLean, Va., is proposing "how the area south of Mulberry.. was say waste trucks would leave Interstate.95 at Bunnell and
the interests. j
Governor Martinez.The similar in treatment and raped by phosphate these that would not happen.The .
a plant capacIty International phosphate corporations take Florida 100 to site. State officials say

siting process has been com- to the one DER officials want to build would sell their souls for enough money...

a corporation applying in Union County, it is seen by some as a could it be that the word is getting out thatwe're and bath.solutfons..
plicated by private officials pesticide waste They
Press reported that
viable to the Union site. an easy target? Could it be, as one company
build and option would about
to DER for a permit to said that painted a picture of a safe 'state of also said that the plant pay

operate a $75 million hazardous waste But opposition to such a plant in Polk ed person up the area so phosphate badly that mining a hazardous screw- the art environment-concerned operationthat $3.5 million in yearly line.taxes This in includes Polk County
when it is an
facility on mined-out phosphate property County as strong as that ex- waste plant should be regarded as a treat would all pay hazardous above-average from wages and estimated $3 million on from a three percent
seemsJust remove wastes the atmosphere
near Mulberry in Polk County. County during the for us?... Why do Polk County commis- not add more to it. But some special tax on this type of facility that the
sioners roll and dead when
past two years. Like Union County, over play it Bradley residents say they are opposed to county may use for such things as restoration
comes to dumping on Mulberry and
Just what effect this would have on many people in the Bartow-Mulberry Bradley areas? such a facility that will bring truck and rail of lakes, new parks and emergency
the selection of Union County as a phosphate mining area feel that their traffic containing hazardous wastes into highway needs of the area.

hazardous waste site for Florida is not county is becoming the dumping groundfor when This two Indignant vice presidents response of was Midcontinental touched off- the area. Most workers will be highly skilled suchas

known. DER Secretary Dale Twat- all types of waste. Some feel that the Development,of McLean, Va., ap- One disgusted citizen said "I don't see chemists, engineers and accountants,
chman has said it would be "ridiculous"for county has been "raped" by the peared at the Press office to explain that what they could do to harm the area that the company said.

Florida to have more than one such phosphate mines and the desolate areas their company proposes to construct a $75 phosphate up hasn't the area already so bad done., what's They'vescrewed one But in spite of all these promised"goodies"
million hazardous waste treatment facility
plant, and the agency now seems intenton left by mining are now considered as that will eventually hire\ about 100 more potential disaster on top of all the The Mulberry Press columnist
persons. "Where in the world all these
track" with chemical have around here moans are
running a "parallel suitable sites for dumping almost plants we
According to The Press, the plant wouldbe now?" people hearing about little ole Mulberry
Union County and Polk County to see anything. Opponents there are gearingup ,
built on a 25-acre portion of an 86-acre Bradley and Brewster for a dump site-
how the matter will finally play out. and attempting to raise $10,000 for a tract surrounded by "moonsca!) ex- The proposed facility will consist of two could it be that the word Is getting out that
plants: an inorganic treatment
land and would separate we are just an easy target?"
fight against the hazardous waste plant. phosphate mining receive and
facility an organic treatment plant including
Rick Wilkins, DER director of waste truck and rail shipments of hazardous
a high-temperature rotary kiln incinerator In spite of criticism from some of his
that if Unless one or the other site is ruled materials to be processed. Officials said
management, says a private system.If readers who think the good-paying jobs offered
plant with sufficient capacity is suc- out for some reason, both counties are there would be no dumping at the site, and by the phosphate companies are
cessful in the due to receive administrative hearingsat processed products would be shipped back a permit is granted the company ex- worth putting up with some environmental
obtaining necessary per- some future date. AFter the out of the area. They also promised that all pects construction of the plant to start by negatives editor Histed recently quoted"a
mits, it could make a plant on state- hearingsare materials would be tested before being next spring, and the plant to be in opera- world respected scientist and researcher -
held the officer will make
owned land unnecessary. A third factorin hearing shipped to the plant, and that every known tion by mid1992. Dr. Karl U. Smith as saying that the
the mix is the entry of another private his recommendation to the Governorand precaution would be taken In handling the A company press release said, "The "phosphate combine" has created the

corporation in Escambia County interested State Cabinet for a final decision. wastes. high tech nature of the plant will put Polk "largest manmade ecological disaster in

in obtaining a permit for a Until then, Union County and Polk But Polk County residents in the area re- County on the cutting edge of new the history of the United States." He also
In the accuses the combine of being involved in"collusion"
main skeptical. A spokesperson for the technology waste processing in
plant to treat waste from several coun- County will probably be rivals in a con- Concerned Citizens League said that the dustry. It will also establish Polk County's to keep the facts from the

ties in Northwest Florida, includingsome test to see which one is lucky enough to company cannot guarantee against ac- credentials as a leader in protecting public and using pressure on federal,
military bases. It is apparent thata avoid the dubious "honor' of being cidents and transportation problems get- Florida's environment especially sensitive state and county politicians and

market may be developing for private selected as Florida's first hazardous. ting the hazardous waste to the plant. to the Florida acquifer." regulatory agencies to suppress the truth.

industry treatment facilities for hazar- waste treatment facility. Editor Histed said the area already ex- Company officials emphazised that the Opponents of the hazardous waste site in

dous waste, which could in the future periences an average' of one bad accident area plant would not handle atomic Polk County are trying to raise a $10,000
In the meanwhile, Union County every weck- either a railroad or a wastes!, but only organic d inorganic 'und to retain former Federal prosecutor
make it defenseless
unnecessary for should keep up its defenses. highway spill of various wastes including wastes such as spent solvents degreasers, Bob Merkle to represent. them If the issue
chemicals. dry cleaning fluids dyes pigments goes to.Court. 'j' "



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Keep Guns in Safe PlaceThis

Claude (Buddy) Revels will have a hearing andas an added not been for George Crady we would not
benefit of this battle it appears that Union have gotten any language in the amend
has been a gratifying week for my Bennett, Jr.'s head on the afternoonof UCAP(United Citizens Against Pollu- County may receive some additional ments and Union County would have had
tion) has waged a legal battle for over 16 much-needed funds.In no one to fight for any appropriations.I .
Bill and Susan Berger who began their March 23 rests today in the property months to date with contributions and
efforts to get a gun-safety law passed in room of the Jacksonville Sheriff s Of- community events as primary sources: of a recent phone conversation. Rep. sincerely hope that our local politicians
Florida two years ago when their nine- fice. funding UCAP has represented two counties George Crady agreed that had it not been aren't contemplating sticking their chests
for UCAP's tenacity in its out and
year-old son, David, was killed with a rifle Bradford and Union and their pursuing plucking their suspenders about
"What happened is familiar and lawsuit the selection would.have been how they were instrumental in these mat
fired by a playmate whose father governmental agencies at various public made and earth moved long at the site because
tragic. Bennett came home after school and ago ters they were so far removed an
had hidden it under child's bed. meetings hearings, including trips to and UCAP would not have been consideredfor 180
a turn
with a friend, took the gun out of a the State Legislature. The members have degree would have them nowhere
the funds now being discussed. Had it but last
At long last the State Legislature fac- drawer and began playing with it. It spent vacation days, weekends and nights !

ed up to its responsibility rather than fired, and was loaded. Following 12 away from their families to research data,

listen to pressure from the National Ri- weeks in the hospital, doctors have in- sole attend meetings, and raise funds for the : 1
of
the first
fle Association. A law was passed at this serted a metal plate to replace the lost statewide purpose multi-purpose preventing hazardous waste ever J Letters to the Editor I

week's special session making it a skull bone in Bennett's head. He has treatment facility from being located in _

misdemeanor to leave a firearm whereit begun therapy to regain use of his this community at, Ellerbee. Curve, as pro- We did not immediately file suit against
posed. '
is accessible to children. paralyzed left side. --- the driver, Edward D. Morgan. It was
Support for UCAP has been all several months afterwards that
The sad is that it took threechildren's many
part A four-year-old who shot himself grassroots: The Farm Bureau and Cattlemen's Starke Builder questions arose. Only then did we seek
deaths and two seriously
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more Association have provided Warns of NewSubdivision legal action to help us find the truthnot to
while playing with a handgun June 11
on
injured in one week to convince the tremendous support to UCAP, but what RulesTo become rich. We felt Mr. Morgan was at
Legislature of the importance of this died last weekend, bringing to three the about our ,political. support Where has it fault in not using enough caution upon ap-

issue. The same bill was passed at the death toll from the accidents earlier this been. ?. All Landowners: proaching a child on a Dike.

regular session by the House, but died in month. Two other youngsters who were Three County Commissions 'and the Did you know a new subdivision regulation At a preliminary hearing, we sat stunn-
the Senate. If the bill had passed the seriously injured in accidents involving Raiford Council passed resolutions opposing will soon be passed by the County ed as Judge Benjamin Tench lectured us,
Senate then those five child victims other children have survived, but the hazardous waste plant, as did a Commission that will: the parents on how we were wasting taxpayers' -
oneb8 school board..Two county commissions, dollars and the use of the air condi-
might have been spared. four-year-old girl, is expected and the Raiford Council voted to con- A. Lower land values in the County; tioning In the courthouse. He advised us to

According to the National Safety paralyzed from the neck down for the tribute$5.000 each toward legal fees incurred B. Greatly limit your rights to divide make our statement to a newspaper and
rest of her life. and to date not one penny, has been your land.If not to waste the court's time on such a case
Council, unintentional gun' deaths are this. All could have for a
transferred to the UCAP fund. Commis- as we sought was
Marian Hammer, Florida's super lob- you had plans to "cut out" one to two
killer in the
the fifth leading accidental judgment against Mr.
Morgan.
sioner Wilbur Waters tried
to the bill
pay and sell this land for
byist for the NRA, says the new law is acres to someone a Shouldn't we have the right to know what
nation, and sixty percent of the sent to Bradford'County but informed
homesite, you will no longer be able to do
shootings occurred in homes where no unnecessary because "the issue is UCAP that when he asked why it had not so under the proposed legislation unless happened June 25,1987? We know that the

adults were present at the time. Florida already covered under existing law" on"crimmal been paid he was told that the County the parcel 10 acres or larger and no new homicide report is wrong (writen by FlIP is
Roberts) and why the
accidental negligence". But some who Auditor threatened to "write us up" If the roads are involved. question bicycle
the three in
is among top states bent on the opposite side from which the
have tried to prosecute under this broad money was paid. It wasn't explained why, Specifically, the regulation says that if
shootings of children, and together when legally it was all cleared. bike was struck? We do have the satisfac-
with California and Texas accounts for statute say it is not sufficientperhaps you divide your land into three or more tion of knowing that the accident could not
Our local officials have lot of parcels at any time now or in the future,
gained a have happened the way the report states.
the not specific enough. The new law should
38.3 of such accidents in
percent I' press' coverage reporting their efforts to your.division will be called a subdivisionand An expert in the field of reconstructing accidents -
correct that deficiency.The fight this battle jointly, when In reality you would have to comply with new Bruce D. Wiggins confirms this.

U.S.The will not halt all they have contributed little.; Our City subdivision rules that are so stringent that So we have gone as far as we can, Chad,
new legislation new law should also help cut. Council couldn't agree to disagree....didn't the estimated costs of completed to find the truth.We know In our hearts you
such tragedies, but at least it will bringa down on the increasing number of guns- know what to do... table it... Ignore. it... or homesites would be at least $20,000. This weren't at fault.
new awareness to careless parents of that children to'school just do nothing! subdivision regulation would not apply if We wonder, Judge Tench if the table
what the of their actions are now packing your parcels were 10 acres or more, as turned and had been
consequences They (officials) have been very verbal was your son killed
since they are also guns that have most- long as they are on an existing public road.
maybe. locally-: at least a few have,.Most Commissioners -. just how far do you think you would have
ly been found at home. Since 1986 there however, In both Bradford and 'Private roads will no longer be allowed.We gone to find the truth? _
As told staff writer of The concerned citizens of Bradford County '
by a has been 32 percent increase in cases of .Union Counties have done little politcally Greg&Camille WhitakerUS
Florida Times Union, this account of students bringing weapons into public outside of saying'we don't want It". I suppose stop must this all unreasonable get involved legislation.Immediately We are to 301 South
one such tragic accident should serve as local: talk and
> schools across Florida.As press reports about appealing to you to get Involved. Call your
a vivid reminder for parents to treat their 18.000 .ontribuUon" may fool some County Commissioner and attend the Zoning
loaded guns with respect: one legislator remarked, if the new of the voters in both counties, but it by no Board June 27 at Return Flower
meeting on Tuesday, ,
law results in saving the life of just one \means has all of the.voters fooled. 7 p.m.at City Hall when the Zoning BoardU To' Elderly Lady
"The .357 that blew
Magnum pistol child it will have been worthwhile. It's wonder \ Commission
no thiipropoee facility was expected to recommend to the Dear Editor:
away the right side of 16-y ar-old Tom- sited in our area. Our local politicians that this ordinance be adopted. Someone took all the hanging baskets

r don't want to leave the county boundaries W:StevensonA from the South Orange Street front porchof
J}\ .to research anything'much;' less become Warren Concerned Mrs. J.E. Brown, 87, In the dark of the
politically active'at the state level. With Very Citizen night Sunday.
RID,' cot 'the exception of some'of the "good ole What is going on in Starke when an
4 ) boys" our.,two counties are politically.Impotent. NoteiJhe;. Concerned Citizens hove set a.' elderly lady can't have a few flowers
p "QIiii f meeHnfat 7:30 p.m. Thursday June 22 In without having someone sneaking In and

f t/s wraasy : it4' .Rep.:We. George should be Crady thankful and that a .Sen..we have Sherry a discuss the First plane/ United to/ defeat Methodist this, /proposal.Church/ to taking hungry.them Just? This somebody la not a up thief to who some Is

r O o Walker,although the Jury U still out on the mlschlel. ,
I C> 101 O.*f RCUSON-JOHN M.MIU.M freshman senator- Had it not: been'for' But why can't such persons be nicer to

, t. 1 d4Iofl :". Crady and UCAP attorney Debra Barton What Is The PurposeOf our elderly folks and our young ones?
, '. Nothing makes me madder than someone
# wouldn't have language in the proposedpaw
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at Our Court
System I
; bill, recently poised, to guarantee us bothering my young'uns or an elderly per-
" s the Post Office at Starke.Florida uhder Act of Mach 3.1879.
Editor
,a bearing at allmuch less the ability topreaentsitingkCaw Telegraph: son.Why
Phone M4-A3QS t *.. not: just allowing It has been almost two years since our doesn't whoever took the flowers
; P.O. Drawer A; $Stark. Florida Subscription Outside Rate In Trade Trade Area Area $15.00 14.00 l per per y yean ear; $850$8.00 six ix month month! ..recoininendaqona". son's life was taken. Chad was struck by a deliver rest them back to Mrs. Brown? You
van while attempting to cross the road on might easier.A
As .,result Of UCAP's legal pursuit, we his bike. neighbor, Buck: Murray

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I CommunityNews. j

I McKeown to Head American

.
Economic Development CouncilThe
A The Seventh Annual Friends anCT
Family Day will be celebrated at 4
1- new Mt. Calvary Baptist Church on American Economic Develop- A Certified Industrial Developer,
Sunday, July 2. ment Council at its recent annual McKeown Is also a Fellow Memberof
Friday night, July 23, Rev. W.G. r .L meeting in Pittsburgh, Pa., selected AEDC in addition to being a Certified
Mayberry, former minister of Charles D. (Chuck) McKeown to be Chamber Executive.A .
Philadelphia Baptist Church of the Chairman-Elect for 1989-90. graduate of the University of
Lawtey, and Pastor of Pleasant Hill McKeown will become Chairman at Florida in 1951, MeKeown also holdsa
Baptist Church of Gainesville, will the annual conference in May 19.10. graduate degree from the University
preach at Mt. Calvary at 8 p.m. McKeown currently is the Ex- of Miami and has done extensive
Everyone Is Invited. :- ecutive Director of the Bradford graduate work towards a doctoratein
The Fellowship of Churches will County Economic Development Cor- the University of Florida. 4
be held at Mt. Calvary on Sunday, poration in Starke. Prior to this McKeown is married to Barbara
June 25, at 3 p.m. : assignment, he was Executive Vice Morgan McKeown, and they have
.'a.r President and Director of Economic four grown children.
'JJ Greater Allen Chapel Development for the Gainesville
{r Chamber of Commerce from 1974-86.
Singing Program '
Before assuming that position, he
"" BHS Summer School
j i" Gospel Expression featuring the l served 25 years in the U.S. Army,
Spiritual Horizons of Atlanta Ga This Week
with combat duty in Korea and Viet- Began
iu the L.B.G. oT Atlanta; the GospelFriends ( rla+l Nam.
0'/ Summer school sessions are open
Jacksonville, and the
The American Economic Develop at Bradford High School five hours
Marl Prelmesberger Gospel Knights of Lake City will singat ment Council (AEDC) founded in daily for students who need credit
and Lane Powell Allen Chapel AME Church July 2 1926 consists of over 1700 members for courses failed during the regular
at 3 p.m. Everyone is Invited. located throughout the U.5., school year.Classes .
PreimesbergerPowellEngagement Canada, Mexico and other countries.The are offered for English
Toldf Council is devoted to fostering Math, Science, Social Studies andPhysical

"' _____ 'Wendy' Says Watch _the_ interchange...__ --.I ,_ of_,__.ideas.,.1:__ among 1 Education. Phys.Ed Is offered -
ui uier resident Lane Powell announces Less TelevisionThe Mr.&Mrs.Joe 11111Eichelsderfer iiiciuucia HIIU MI |"UV.UIIIS opportunities (or advance credit ana is
his engagement to Marl for educational advance available for incoming ninth graders
Preimesberger, with wedding plans Extension Homemakers, Inc., ment, professional publications, and from BMS.
for July 15. of Bradford County are conducting a Hill maintenance of high standards of Many students, approximately
The bride-elect is Marl Catherine program to help families become ethics and professional practice 200, in grades 9-11 have not picked up ;
Preimesberger, daughter of Loretta more in control of television viewing their report cards. These should be
and Lee Preimesberger, all of Van in their homes. picked up by students or parents today
Nuys, Calif. This program, titled WISE WATCHING Wed June 10 in Tenn.Shirley Thursday to determine if thestudent
The groom-to-be is the son of Ms. WENDY is designed to be Tonia Johnson HonoredAt needs to enroll In summer
Janet Powell of Starke. He is a BHS developmentally appropriate for school. Friday will be the last day
graduate and a former employee of children in the 4-8 age range and Eichelsderfer of Bonita Springs,Fl. and Joe Hill of Raiford were Bridal ShowerTonia for registration.
the Telegraph.The their parents. Its goals are to: (1) married Saturday, June 10 in Beersheba Springs( Tenn. Johnson, fiance' of Robbie A note of clarification to parents in
wedding will be July 15 at St. reduce the amount of time children The bride is the daughter of Harley and Reva Seabolt of Hampton.The McGee, was honored at a regards to promotion from one
Elisabeths Catholic Church in Van watch television; (2) have parents groom Is the son of Robbye E. Hill and the late Marcus H. Hill, Sr. miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. grade level to another: Freshment
: Nuys, Calif. Following the wedding, watch television with their children The groom's brother, Ronald B. Hill, performed the ceremony. Bridal J.E. Denmark and Mrs. John M. must pass and accumulate 4 creditsto
the newlyweds: will reside in and discuss what they see; (3) have attendants were Sharon Forsyth, Grace Hill and Deanna Eichelsderfer. Miller on Tuesday, June 13 at the be classified! as a Sophomore. A
; Oakland, Calif. parents and children be more selective home of the latter. Sophomore must pass and accumulate
about what they watch on television The 10 credits to be classifiedas
; and (4) teach parents how to Bradford Student Selected for USF CampA covered refreshment with an table cloth was a Junior. A Junior must pass and

influence the quality of televisionthat University of South Florida The educational experiences also and centered with army-navy apui.ch bowl accumulate 17 credits to be
their children are exposed to. include the physics of sailing, classified as a Senior.
residential camp that focuses on holding cokes and cracked ice, en-
Extension Homemakers will con- science, mathematics and com geology of sinkholes, computer circled with ivy and peach colored
duct this program as part of the puters has accepted a Bradford stu- simulation, astronomy and collecting silk azaleas. Bayless Hwy. Baptist
Bradford County Library's summer dent to attend. and studying marine life. The twenty guests included the
program on Thursday, June 22 at 10 The students will live and eat in Having Bible School
Ethan Caren, 14, of Bradford Mid a honoree's future mother-in-law,
a.m. dle School, is among the middle private dormitory adjacent to USF's Mrs. Bert McGee. Bayless Highway.Baptist ChurchSR
school students chosen statewide to Tampa campus. The camp is offered The hostesses presented the ( 225) will be having Vacation Bible
U Announcing... attend USF's World of Water Sum- during two summer session. The honoree with a satin bridal book as a School June 26-July 2 from 6:30-9:
...Matthew Scott Rhoden mer Camp.The program is designedfor first session runs from June 25 to Ju- momento of the occasion. p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.
high-performing, high-achieving ly 5. The other session is scheduled
Dennis and Denise Rhoden ant students who will enter in July 9-19.
birth _f u....._... _" grdes 7-9 Jsr: ___ u_ __ -- ---- -- -- -.---- aa ea DaDDaDDDD DD
pounce e t n son, ivjaiurcwScott the fall ui 1989.
born; May 28 at Alachua The students selected to World of
General and weighing 9 lb., 12 oz. Water have the opportunity to studyat
Matthew joins two brothers, Epcot's "The Living Seas", as
Jeremy, 7 yrs. old and Ryan, two well as the Fort DeSoto Park and
years old.Maternal. Hookers Point Advanced Waste
Vonda Brown
L Kay grandparents are Mr. & Treatment Plant. Water is the unify
BrownJusticeEngagement Mrs. John Latham, and great- ing theme for the educational ex-
grandmother is Ha Reynolds, all of periences at the camp.
Told St. Augustine.
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Lamar and Martha Brown of Mr. & Mrs. Guy Sale
Jacksonville announce the engage-
,. ment of their daughter Vonda Kay Dawn Scott NamedTo To Celebrate 50thAll A
i Brown, to David Michael Justice, friends and relatives are In- J03E TEQUILA
Dean's List
son of William! and Jean Justice of UF vited to the 50th Anniversary of Mr. LITER 699
,. Forest Park, Ga. Miss Dawn Scott,daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Guy Sale on July 2, from 3-5 /" s s3.oo
The wedding will be held July 22 at & Mrs. Jimmie Scott of Lawtey, has p,m. at the Starke Woman's Club. _
4 p.m., at Hambrick Memorial been named to the University of Their daughter, Linda, along with I
r.Chapel.. Florida Dean's List for the Collegeof Keith Gillingham, Kathy Gill- I Prices Begin

1 The bride-elect is the grand- Pharmacy this past semester.. .. ingham,Keith Gillingham,Jr.,Leila : Thurs. June 22mj.1" /. ,
Dawn I' Middean Mundy will host he'wa' '. .. \
: daughter of Mrs. Florrie Brown and Congratulations, Mundy
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graduated frottrTrinitxBflotlst\ :: ; )'e eptldnnbui ,eolddu rftiou.v u. .1.'!. ,.,., .., Thru., J ... ? f
.dln'rniq' P5"h" rhtul4 9'1/)1:1/ ""No gifts ; i lm"J y
lege and Is now employed( tnere The please.
groom-to-be also graduated from wed., June 28th.LIBBEY ter tl c o a ,
Trinity Baptist College.

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GradsOn on Hwy 100, Next to Pinehurst Variety ng

Honoring June 25, St. John Missionary Free Lifetime( Membership Movies, Nintendo Of 9"'ou 1.29 2 /

Baptist Church in Lawtey (Rev. and VCR Rentals Available EACH
Herman Johnson, pastor) will pre-
sent a special youth day program in 2 Movies for $3.00
of Brad- Monday Wednesday
honor of the 89 graduates
ford High School.Honorable ThursdayAll Movies are $1.00 Each

Cynthia Moore Fri., Sat & Sun. $2.5O Ea.ch

Chestnut Commissioner, recently of Gainesville elected ,Mayor-will be Rent 3, Get 2 FREE

the guest speaker for the morning SATURDAY RENTALS KEEP FOR 2 DAYS :
program commencing at 11 a,m. All .

graduates 1989 Bradford are cordially High Invited School, Open 7 Days A Week,for Your Convenience

along with the community. For more Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
information, contact Mrs. Nova
$5.00 Ea.
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Spring Piano Sonny Roberts OpensOP

(USED? OFFICE ] Recital Set Personnel Agency

FURNITURE Piano pupils of Louise Stern were
presented in their Spring Recital on
Monday, June 5, at the First United
3Ox6O and Sales
Willian Counseling
CHAIRS Methodist Church. Van 'Sonny' Roberts has DisMnguished
12 In StockDESKS Selections Included words from announced the opening of his new office Awards. Mr. Roberts also owns and
ALL Grieg, Haydn, Mozart and In Orange Park. operates a video store and several
TYPES Debussy.
500 ,
Roberts International will be servicing subsidiaries in Green Cove Springs
$ &: SIZES Appearing were: Joy Stafford, Jim t the Medical and Hospitality where he has made his home since
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(FROM Over 30 In Stock industries,supplying temporary anapermanent
Monica McGee, ,
Kara Andrews 1984.Roberts
personnel. Medical and Is the son of the late Rep.
Adam Marchese, Lisa Gillenwaters,
MAKE Hospitality placement the two Clarence and Gertrude Roberts of
are
Used Store Shelves' Lindsay Lisa Thomas, Barbie
OFFER Payne fastest growing divisions in the industry Lake Butler and maintains many
Crawford, Daniel Crawford, family and social ties in this area.
Used Copy Machines 699 Parado.Beau Ely, Viva Riley and Jimmy I Sonny has over 20 years ex- Roberts'offices are located on Wells
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OFFICE SHOP 11964-5: :::4St enjoyed students a social served hour.refreshments Mothers of the of Inter Atlanta where he received
punch, sandwiches and cookies. Sonny Roberts




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June 22, 1989 TELEGRAPH P.ge'A

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I I[ Legal Notices J aforesaid register sold statute.Dated fictitious. nom. und.r the above-styled Court and you are required TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQ. i
to serve a copy of your written BROWNA.Attorn.y
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TERENCE M. ,.
this 22th day of Jun. 1989 del.".... If any to It on TERENCE M. for Wile

Bradford County. BROWN. ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown P. O. Drawer .40 qStork. ,
4tchg / / P.A., Post Offlc. Drawer 40 STark. >
Florida 32091
Control Florida 33091 on or before the 7th
Stark, Florida 32091 day ((904)) 964-8272:
REQUEST FOR BIDS of July 169. end file the with
original \
Th. City of lowl.y |I. now accepting YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, the Clerk' of this Court either before service Fla. Bar No: 0289612: \J
separate sralcd bids on the following for dissolution of marriage and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. BRADFORD on the above-named Immediately 4tchg 6/22.7/13
attorney or -
surplus property: other relief has b..n fll.d against you In FLORIDA. thereafter otherwise Control p 113 r
Garbage trucks dllch-dlgg.r and the above-styled Court and you are required CASE NO. d.fault will be entered against you for a
front-one lood.r. to serve a copy of your written IN RE: Th.Marriage of the relief demanded In the Petition.
All separate sealed bids mutt b. defenses, If any. to It on TERENCE M. JOSEPH JOHNSON. WITNESS my hand and official seal of
received by 12:00 noon July 3. 1989 at BROWN ESQUIRE T.r.nc. M. Brown Husband this Court on this 19th day of Jun., 1989. The Star Spangled .nn.r." wh.n
: the Lowl.y City Hall P.O. Drawer O, P.A., Post Office Drawer 40 Starke, and CLERK OF THE COURTBy H was first published bore the title J
Lawtey. FL 32058. Florida 32091, on or before the 20th day
VESSIE LEE JOHNSON '
Carol of Fort McH.nry.
Williams. The Defense
W. of 1989 and file the original with
reserve the right to accept or re July W if..
(ject any and all bid. received the Clerk of this Court either before service AMENDED NOTICEOF Deputy Clerk
Control 10431chg6115.29 on the above-named attorney or Immediately PARTITION SALE
thereafter otherwise a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
default will entered against you for an Amended Final Judgm.nt of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH the relief demanded In the Petition. dat.d May 30. 1989, and entered In .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Witness my hand and official seal of No. 88-344-CA of the Circuit of $fJJ1li1$1r1li1/
AND FOR BRADFORD Court 1W+s l"QO@oorr 'lW@1'llcR.!
this Court this 6th day of Jun., 1989. Tf :
COUNTY, FLORIDA. on Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for C irr ,.] ,
CASE NO.89.80.CP((1-4073)) CLERK OF THE COURT ford County Florida In regards to ( ) j .
TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQ. -Summer 89 Learning Activities j
IN RE: Th. Estate of marrlag. of JOSEPH (NMN) .
TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A.
MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER, Husband, and VESSIE LEE
Deceoied. Attorney for Wife n/k/o VESSIE LEE HARVIN Wife, I From now through August look for activities that are designed to hetp ,
P. O. Draw.r 40Stark.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION .. Florida 32091 sell to the highest and best bldd.r young people understand and appreciate the world in which we Hue. Using
Th. administration of the estate of ((904)) 964.8272 cash at the front door of the the calendar children will explore different environments and cultures. '
MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER Deceased, County Florida Courthouse at 11:
File No.: 89.80-CP((1.4073)), li pending In Flo. Bar No: 0289612 615.76Canlrol106 a.m., on the 6th day of July 1989, We hope these activities will spark creativity In homes throughout the t
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the Circuit Court for Bradford County, following described property as set community.! We encourage everyone to learn.omethlrtg newt
Florida Probate Division, the address of In said Final Judgment.: ,
which I. Bradford County Courthouse, Th.parties JOSEPH (NMN) ,. _.C ',. .. : '' : ": ': ''') I
Starke, Florida 32091. PUBLIC NOTICETO and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON n/k/a UN Q ll, ,2// )1
Th. names and addresses of the personal REVIEW THE PROPOSED LEE HARVIN undivided 2/5 Interest i :
representative and the personal BRADFORD COUNTY lots 36 and 37 of Woodlawn i ,
representative's attorney are set forth SUBDIVISION REGULATIONSBY In Section 14, Township 5, South In Medieval times shop I'- OF JAMES y ,
below. THE BRADFORD COUNTY PLANN- 22 East,according to Plat thereof 0'I 0'.v
All Interested persons or. required to ING AND ZONING BOARD BRADFORD .d In Plat Book 1. Page 17 of the owners used pictures of their CII 6UXTHSON. 1826. who. t i!
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY Records of Bradford County, '
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS GIVEN that pursuant to Chapter 163. Containing 20.23 acres, more or I.... trade to Identify their stores. will established the
NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against the estate Florida Statutes, that comments r.gar- WITNESS MY HAND and the seal A butcher shop would have a Smithsonian ,
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested ding the proposed Bradford County Subdivision this Court on the 2nd day of Jun., t.
person to whom notice was mailed that Regulations, will b. h.ard by HONORABLE RAY cow on Its sign. A locksmith Institution. ,d;
challenges the validity of the will th. the Bradford County Planning and Zon- Clerk of Circuit
qualifications of the personal representative ing Board, serving as the Local Planning Control would put a key on his sign. The Smithsonian Institution 1;
venue or jurisdiction the Court. "Agency on June 27, 1989 at 7:00 P.M., 4tchg / / :
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT In the Starke City Hall CommissionRoom Walk through yourneighborhood In Washington. D.C. houses '

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Storke, Florida. At the aforementioned IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE mall or look natural history treasures and !
Publication of this Notice has begunon meeting all Interested parties JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ...
Jun. IS, 1989. may app.ar to b. heard with respect to FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. through the Yellow Pages man-made objects of
Attorney for PersonalKepresentatlve the proposed Bradford County Subdivision PRORATE
: Regulations. FILE NO. and find out how stores historical Interest. Create a
JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. A copy of the proposed Bradford ,
Identify themselves today. natural of
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.P. County Subdivision Regulations Is IN RE: Th. Estate of history museum 'f"h
O. Drawer 938 available for public In.p.ctlon at th. IRENE T. WILLIAMS your own: Put flowers and ,
Starke, Fl 32091 Planning and Zoning Office, City Hall. Deceased. ;:
((904)) 964.5700 Any person deciding to appeal a decision NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION leaves of trees and plants f iI
P.rsonalR.pr.s.ntotiv.: mode at the above r.f.r.nc.d Th. administration of the Estate ft
BETTY SPEER BOLAND meeting may need to record th. proceedings IRENE T. WILLIAMS Deceased between pieces of tissue .

4325 Barnett Shoals Rd. and that, for such purpose, h. Number 89-81-CP 1-4074. Is pending I paper and press them I
Athens, Go.30605 may n..d to ensure that a verbatim the Circuit Court for Bradford
4tchg615.76Conlrol105 record of the proceedings Is made. Florida Probate Division the address between pages of books. Find
Control 0102 which I. 945 N. T.mpl. Avenue, Program Sponsors: The
1Ichg 6/22 213. Storke. Florida 320911286. Indoor and outdoor Insects.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH names and addresses of the Bradford Education Association different kinds of and ;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR grass
BRADFORD representative and the /
heal teachers the
( union);
I COUNTY, FLORIDA representative's attorn.y are set rocks. See how many of these
CASE NO.89.236.CAIN NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO below. American Federation of
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RE: Th. Marriage of REGISTER ..Interested persons or. required objects you can identify by \
ARTHUR W. QUICKSALL. FICTITIOUS NAME file with this court (a) all claims ( Teachers; Wheelabrator
looking through field guides at
Husband Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida the estate WITHIN THREE
and Is that the Technologies(leader Inwasteenergy
Statutes notice h.r.by given AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF the library.
TONI! KEITH QUICKSALL, undersigned SYSCO CORPORATION. NOTICE: and (b) any objection by an technology). I
W if.. sole owners, doing business und.r the terested person to whom this notice
These activities are printed tree of charge at a public serviceby
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO firm name of SYSCO FOOD SERVICES served that challenges the validity of
: ARTHUR W. QUICKSALL JACKSONVILLE 1501 Lewis 'Industrial Will the qualifications of the ./ THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHDEATH i iI
2123 Raiford Road Drive, Jacksonville, Florida Intends to representative, v.nu. or jurisdiction S Siyst.


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+ 4411sfahr/ > i3 1. 884.7828
_"IICIWDC.'ft.IUII. 473-7213 .. boat'

Kim & Jan Johnson 2n0 A 4 wrenre d. Key.lone IT y _:::'.. ::. HWY 301 M4r44S1 964-5531
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Sweep Management & Slaff'J '; 'e Dignified Service Call 961-2322 \

Service HWY 301 North v.- e Monuments or -
; Karen McMonlgl 218 N.Temple AvStarka ..
964-8278 964-7500 (;) HW.Y301 S. 964-5757 AGENT R

Eyeglass Store EZ Wheels Auto Sales DURftANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON

.. We Finance SUPPLY SERVICE !
lets
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eyeglass center 1320 N. Temple Ave. f f, *j* 987 N: TEMPLE AV.

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 9647783 864 Temple 964-7061 364-6111


DOUGLAS BATTERY OF JONES FUNERAL HOME ",",-" -
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STARKE Dkttnguliried. Cafag Service CIRCLED SYMBOLS ANT

We rebuild starters, alternators ForOverSOYeattSteve .. Hwy 301 ::if 207
& Generators. and Cindy Futch ....,ly\.the,..-**WB..chop..,., autd CLASS-HrOHIS.PRlCUPAIDroll RINGS AND WEDDING BANDS. _r........." $TaIKbBox.

Auto Marine Cycle I Batteries Start 9644200 Of.ou...,th e Inunt txkliu!tb.tit* TARKE, FLORIDA '
) eo4 offer w.. trlclly ..ttrlil. -tbey 1 _"_ nnn ulamp >*" 9646871WARD I
407 N"Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights 473-3176 ....rdl\.old..d slur wblc*lk...*.. I o .arlr..tw _+__ ,
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f CommunityState Bui price uld.*from U>......,w.w. ._ of Jesus Ministries ; I
Andrews DrugsFor ( Ullly' ODd .......u.d, Ui. .!.. polar M .
ea r\k rdr s .,..... pulltyt cducathMl and wntaf. Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE 1
All Your Pharmacy Needs' of Starke ,. "blgliral b.u npr., ..nl.d/\' *sy prlen.v:.ad., d.a.d Ml u. Located off 100 S.toward Keystone. W. Buy Junk Solvogeable Can

Home Owned ........muidth. ofoonurifr, take right on 24th Ave.follow rigm.
Starkes Only kit pita Hwy 301 -3 MI. N. of Starke ,
unt. discipline' .Merino. ...* Mlf-d. Eves. 9646698Ml I
356 W. Madison 964-7170 Independant Bank'd- :11 t Tring.U hl h M.to"u Uf elraM ud.t.>rBbol r 4Mn oft e Nature Sings of Jesus' 964 -,7 34 5
WalnutWATERS
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ORTON'S AUTO AND GROCERY: "fclgbMl !! Of SIMM*...,,_..
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TRANSMISSION SERVICE Corner of US 301 & State
ob+d 0 ti d one' xe. 1 FL Iu""F Mo"'"Ur TM.dqr Wttfnudqr Tkurwlqr Prtdq SMIuntoyI I, Quality Used Cars toes .....'fcr rsc.rtt.tnl*.. 5e...... tasslls.a. .
*-'CIIIoNo9 and QTRQ Lawtey/ Jofe Aeu Aou AcU Ace 110...... Cort.un..a. n_ IIIIL -tyfMN '
'automatic,itandadi_ ,7 ITI-IO 1,1.11 4it-aa aoiT-3* aaii-ai .1.11 lOil'lf South .
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528 S. Walnut 964-8311 004-4000, 0 M4-788O ICBurft 3834177


.Mosley Tire Co. NOEGEL'S'S AUTO GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION GOLD KIST B&B ,

US 301 N. Starke SALES I
HOI"8eTacke Western Wear Air Conditioning ,

964-6600 "Worship this week and every week Superior quality home at Fertilizer Seed & Farm Supplies Refrigeration : .

24 HR Wrecker Service at the church of your choice* affordable prices 2236 N.Temple Avenue i I

Custom made exhaust systems 1018 N. Temple 964-6481 HWY 3013. 964-6633 (164-7871 964-8278 964-3608 i
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FLORIDA NATIONALNAPA AUTO PARTS' Terwillegar Motors;>> ,.in G CROSLEYMANUFACTURING FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS J.J RUO STORE!: "

BANK ''STORE. Sales & Service ow; IZIHC''''

'All the right'parts in all.the 206 w Madison & US TOR HAIR CUTTING rPC" FASHIONED
Officers, Directors & Starka 964-7200 301CORPORA' 'TI'ON Mm. .Women-Children.-WLoo*KfcU- .oDV Se Vci ,
right P Laces"' ELt'lIt7aoll..C/toPba./' .

Staff 1SW: Rrownless Rd 364-6060. : SR 21 Keystone Helghtr'Mark Mulllns & Employees .984-7303 137 t.ompate B. Call St. 064-7810 ,'! f'


Allen's Office Supplies':: STAAKELANES AII WESTERN STEER FAMILY '

and Printing Company fl .. s4 .Insurance. STEAK HOUSE tr
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oAttSupplies-CustomFramlng W 440 W. Madison From all of ut ft Western Steer ,

e Printing 0 Office Supplies Special rate. for .Church groups.. (Winn-Dixie.Shopping Center) US 301 South \t

113 E. Call 5t 964-8925 1614 N. Temple 964-8175 964-4695 964-8061 f

CORBETT'S TIRES &
DENMARK FURNITURE CHINA GARDEN .
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It's a fact. you can do Complete- Tire Shop &,Auto i Reataunnt Lunch&LounceDaJDr Buffet11:30130pm THIS FEATURE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE ABOVE FIRMS

better at Denmark's Repairs WHO ARE' 100% INTERESTED IN THIS'COMMUNITY

434 W. Call 964-5827 402 N. Temple HWY 301 N. _Dl x 1 13ba><
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Seniors receiving business education awards were Carla (Guida Suzanne Sapp. Terri i Kennan, Angel .
nor): Donna McKelvy. llcrniia Thomas Sabrina Ramsey. :Melinda Powell Kim I.ee. Not shown: Jerry
Smith Alisha Oruen, I.uct'traIoss: Patrick Moore Fates, Kim Brewer, Melissa Starling, Brian Davis. _
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Awards banquet for Bradford High
graduates was held Thurday,June 1,
the night before graduation, in the
newly remodleled and air- .
conditioned main fairgrounds Vy, Our Home Equity Creditlineis Pay no closing costs or out-of-pocket
building! on US-301N in Starke. W4 an easy way to convert expenses'* on our Home Equity Creditline.Present .

BHS Principal Charles Franciswas equity to ready cash you can this coupon or call Florida National today at 964-7050.
emcee of the ceremonies spon- sink back into your home or
sored by Bradford High Alumni Name _
Association. Future Builders... perhaps your backyard! Address
Robert Martin,left,and Bill Home middle, received the top carpentry There are no closing costs or City/State/Zip
awards from Vo-Tech Director Jim Ward. out-of-pocket *' and Telephone __
.. expenses ,
the interest could be fully

Wifmlhq' deductible on your tax return. Approximate value uf home: iJ'

y :* I* d'I A4. Consult your tax preparer, Amount of Creditline request: :
Tennis then ask for details at Florida

510 per Hour ODLtain National Bank in Starke. Expect more from Florida National
With A fitond lor S5 foch
Member FDICbe
Col Mark 47J-4MO or9M4J05 ODTor good on loans over$10,000 with Offer valid in Bradford County only and may
maximum$100,000.00 subject to cancellation at any time.

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awards from Instructor Bob Milner, right.

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UNDHJEVABLE LOW MILES YOU CAN.urotID \

WHAT A RELIEF! '78 AMC GREMLIN I '77 PONTIAC SUNBIRD

I ,ttooo/vm $ j ... $ "I'
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against phoneequipment S40.oo/WEl'1 $
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I City Department Heads Ask for 9 New Employees Lamp Of Jesus Craft Shop I

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Nine 100 new employees! OVer the current Fund without the new positions?" new employees, but it would be my Alvarez by July 31. Tucker said Tuesday Saturday 10-5:30:
are being
Starke requested by "We'd still be In a cutting situa- tough." he is some two weeks away from
requests department for the heads, In budget tion," replied Clerk Tucker. Commissioners questioned why having the budget prepared.The ,Basket Weaving
1989-90 fiscal year. Commissioner Charles Schaefer four new policemen, which would reconditioned street Class
The sweeper
city's budget Is now$8 i million- said he favors mapping the electric have to be paid from the General will cost $30,000, a new one $60,000. '
A
plus. 24th
persisting problem, the lines and one additional employee in Fund,are requested, and said they'd That Is a Transportation Trust Fund Saturday.June.
has General Fund Is tight,the utility side the Water Dept. on the utility side, like for Chief Jimmy Epps to appearat (road department) expenditure, iota
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money but bond
Covenants prohibit and one fireman which must come explain his requests. Tucker explained.
Please for Class
transferring enough to the from the General Fund. Clerk Tucker said the city Is required The city'8 fiscal year ends Sept. Register "<(, ,
general Clerk government side. Weldon, the operations managerIn by Florida's Truth in Millage 30. Except to certify the millage 0964-7109
Neil Tucker wanted the charge of all city employees, said Law to certify its ,
council's proposed property rate the city commission need be in
include the feeling proposed on whether new employees or not to the city "can live without the five tax levy to Property Appraiser Jim little hurry In budget preparation. Forsythe Road 964-7109 / 964-6376

in his budget _workup._ ._ It's a lot.. of Ir .
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work to t ''' -
pu mem in, t hen t lane then
out, Tucker explained.
Mayor Bobby Biggs final sugges-
tion was to Include five new
employees! In the budget, then the a
council will see if the city can afford IN
them. Biggs suggested one fireman, Grade A
three new utility employees,and one
In the water department. THIGHS/WINGS/ _
The requests are for a electric
department field technician to be us- _
ed to map lines. Commissioner t s
Charles Schaefer said that would be
large saving over paying the city
engineers to do the job.
Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee has WHOLE _
asked for two additional firemen,
but will settle for one,with one more I
the following year. Chief Hardee's _
goal, explained City Operations _
Manager Bill Weldon, is to get two ,
Lb
men on each shift.
Weldon also requested one additional
laborer in the Water Depart-

and ment if, one the in city the can Street afford Department a streetsweeper FRYE RS Prices In this ad good thru

operator for that it.is in the budget, an Sunday, June 25, 1989.

Firemen and policemen come out
of the city's General Fund,which is
pretty well In the hole this year said Bo
Clerk Neil Tucker. .

council Mayor about Bobby whether Biggs each polled wanted the B E2neSSF phi cken JiirabQ SizeCANTALOUPES S.

to add the employees.Commissioner / r
Ed Wall said he wants more time to AND tE s
think about it. Commissioner Travis e
Woods said he can see a need for all EASr i
of them but questioned if the city can TEND 1
afford them all. E
At that point, veteran Commissioner s
Vernon Silcox asked, "What
would be the situation in the General I


New Police Ml iouth Carolina



Car Ok'edPutting Salt Packaged


PEACHES I
safety over a funding Lb.
deficit Starke commissioners
approved -
a $12,000 police car over the COKE Red RipeTOMATOES
admonitions of Clerk Neil Tucker ,\
that the General Government v
budget is in the red.
Clerk Tucker said Tuesday night, $ .356/ oz. cans
June 20,that money must be borrowed 3Lbs.19,
from the city's $450,000 revolving diet caffeine free reft. and diet
loan with the Florida National Bankto cherry coke classic
buy the car, then repaid from the
89-90 budget. Two police cars are in
the 89-90 Budget, but only one will be Beef
bought now, the clerk explained. USDA Qho ce J SPRITEBOTTOIV1
Major Bill Reno asked that the ci- .
ty buy the car four months early 'j
because a 1986 police car on the road
now has 92,000 miles on it and repair $1.49S/12oz.cana i
time and cost are becoming ex "
cessive. Reno said the Police ROUND Reg. and Diet Lb
Department has one 1989 car, two {
1988's, and the older car. f
Chief Jimmy Epps drives a new
car but it is not a police package ROAST -1.5 Carlo Rossi Chablis OLD MILWAUKEE Plump RipeBLUEBERRIES
automobile and would not hold up on Vln Rose
the street, Reno said, I
Major answer-
Ing a question from a council :RhineY 24 pack $7 .59
member. Major Reno said he's also 12 oz. an sLOW
had to use his personal car to answer 98)) Pink Palsano Reg/Lt Cans
emergency calls, and that neither $
his personsal insurance or the city's Lt Chianti

would happened cover to are It.'Where the. the car dollars if something coming Spanada' Sangria _24 1P pCK $ 5 9 ,


from?"Clerk Tucker asked. Lbl a
Mayor Bobby Biggs, a former ; 3.99
police chief,stated: *In my personal
opinion, we are supposed to be supplying J Pint I
police protection to the people \ I
9' Starke.
Clerk Tucker said the council will
have to decide how to fund the car.
The safety of the people dependson
the responsiveness of the Police 1 1
Department," said CommissionerEd ;; .l
Wall, an investigator for the
Public Defender's office. <
"Will you make a motion to that
'effect," Mayor Biggs asked. Wall 6 Pack 7.5 Oz. Buttermilk8.5 Oz. Pasta Primavera/9.25 Oz. 128 Oz. Distilled/Spring
did. Getting no second Mayor Biggs Half Gallon Food LionLEMONADE Cheese Manicotti Microwave/12 Oz.
Sweetmilk BallardBISCUITS
gave the chair Commissioner Oz. i FOOD LION WATER '
Wall's Italian Cheese Lasagna/9 :
Schaefer and seconded motion

the Including would be the paid stipulation for out of next that Ravioli/Baked Spaghetti With Cheese/10.5 Meat Sauce Oz. :!
car
year's budget. J WEIGHT WATCHERS FROZEN PASTA 25 $ :
Work of the Police Department is 9 [ ] / 1


to car loses based crime down 20 on percent the scenes, the use Police of of quickly.police its efficiency cars With to one get," 0 6,9 159Y rt u.xcxaoeusmw.. ,, ,"I


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Commissioners Schaefer and
Travis Woods Joined CommissionersWall Mai
and Biggs for 4-1 approval of Cut Or French t, '
Green Whole
the car. Commissioner Vernon 1 7ESSOI Beans/17 Oz. 32 Ounce ,

Silcox voted no., A OIL I Kernel Or Cream Style Corn 64 Oz.Carton HUNT'S KETCHUP ,

ALIVE ,
DEL MONTE VEGETABLES FIVE I



RetailMarket.. $15 9 2/79/ O L gIg 9 :



fees pegs SA

It will give local people an oppor- -
to buy veg tables directly
tunity There will be no 4 Pack Assorted Waldorf 125 Ounce
from the grower. 14 Oz. Can Chopped 8eef/8e f/Distlnctlve
one selling other than growers,other TREND DETERGENT Best/Beef Stew/Chicken/Chunk/ Chicken
than at the retail market operatedby TOILET TISSUE Stew/Dlstinctivs Chlcken/Distlnctlva Chicken
Wainwright Farms. with Stew/Ute Beef/lite Chicks ILhe Uvsr/Uver
This vegetable market Allen inState ALPO DOG FOOD
Bobby r f
Market Manager
charge will be operatedof by the og $299
Florida.Manager. ;
Allen Is looking Into ha v e 1 1 ,

big Expected the tent prOduce repaired.at this time will r
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be sweet corn, squash, cucumbers eyed 0 o ea 1
beans acre peas, black 1 1.me
shelly peas, string b eans greens, peppers, ,t

cut"We fowers need and the support pfants. of the corn- terfr ts a F ofr Lib FOOD LIONJ.
'successfuloperation
munity to make this a
said ,Manager Bob

ea. call
information
further
For
Market Manager Bob Alien e at
964-e951 or Coup
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many of Florida's high participated in at Camp Blanding
school students are in summer last week.
school taking courses in academics, About 500 students ages 14-17 from
high school students at Camp Blan- high schools all over the state at-
ding last week were taking coursesin tended the JROTC Camp..
survival. Starting at 5 a.m. with physical
Courses such as land navagation, training,JROTC cadets experiencedthe
rifle marksmanship, water safety, regular routine of Florida National
rappelling and camouflage are some Guardsmen when they are in
of the courses Junior Reserve Of training or in school.
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Applications for the annual Our Country Day tennis tournament Country. Crafts, Furniture, Craft Supplies ; : .1 ..Pleidgtasa
have been released and are'available at.the City Hall in Keystone .I .Replacement WindowsShower
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I Telegraph's Matthews to be Inducted in Florida Newspaper Hall of Fame I

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in- "The Inductees range from FPA President and was instrumental circulation of 3:2: million In 33 U.S. service to his community and the his early newspaper career as wellas
Eight Florida newpapermen in restructuring the cities during his a journalism professor at the
cluding Starke's own Eugene L. newspaper giants to dedicated, newspaper 50-year newspaper newspaper industry.HERBERT
of Florida.
and organization in 1952 into a professionally career. M. DAVIDSON, University
editors
Matthews, will be inducted into a lifelong community
Florida Newspaper Hall of publishers," he added. "This is an staffed, service-oriented, NELSON POYNTER editor and editor of the Daytona Beach News- Cardiff said that photographs of
new Hall of Fame
trade association. publisher of The St. Journal 34 and editor- the Newspaper
Petersburg for
to recognize years
the effort the Industry
Fame Saturday, June 24 at an- by
be hungin
members will permanently
Other inductees include: Times for 40 He another
Press contribution, in years. was a publisher for 23 years.
Florida their
nual convention of the unique
it have HUGH B.McCALLUM, publisherof crusading journalist for good JOHN H. PERRY,JR. president the Florida Press Center in
whatever may
Association and the Florida Societyof capacity
Florida Union, in and and chairman Publications, Tallahassee and their biographieswill
Editors, in Fort been." The Daily government the rights of of Perry
Newspaper The eight inductees include: Jacksonville, in the 1880s. He was a minorities and the poor and throughhis Inc. He owned and operated 28 be collected for display.The .
Myers. EUGENE L. MATTHEWS, well-respected, pioneering jour- example elevated the standardsfor newspapers located throughout Florida Newspaper Hall of
"These eight newspaper veteransare publisher of The Bradford County nalist, known throughout the state independent and innovative Florida as well as the statewide All- Fame will be an on-going programof
being honored by their peers for Telegraph In Starke. He spent his for his persuasive and constructive newspaper journalism. Florida News Service and All- the Florida Press Association and
and editorials. His newspaper became LOYAL FRISBIE, editor of the Florida News Service and All- new members will be periodically
their outstanding service con- life in community grassroots Jour-
tribution to newspaper journalism nalism.He received several national part of today's Florida Times Union. family-owned Fold County Florida Sunday newspaper supple- inducted, based upon their contribu-
during their careers," said Peter awards and was invited to judge the JOHN S. KNIGHT, publisher of Democrat, in Bartow, for 25 years ment. tions and service in the field of
Cardiff, publisher of the Ormond Pulitzer awards for weekly The Miami Herald. He built the and publisher for 17 years. He JOHN PAUL JONES JR., a newspaper journalism. Nominees
Beach Observer and president of the newspapers in the 1950s. Knight-Ridder newspaper chain intoa received numerous awards for newspaper reporter and editor for must have been retired or dead for
with daily editorial several and for UPI in, three prior to consideration.
Florida Press Association. Matthews served two terms as nationwide organization leadership and outstanding. newspapers years



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I Recent Arrests in Bradford County I

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The following arrests were made Barry King.Bond was set at$102,he violation of probation, according to Wayne Wilkinson. Bond# was set at recognizance.
in Bradford County by local was released on his own Lt. David Aderholt. Bond was set at $1,000, he remains in custody. Traffic
authorities. recognizance.Keith $485.25 cash only, Underwood re- Michael Edward Ice, 33, of
mains in custody. Anthony Conrad Carroll, 28, of Gainesville was arrested June 14 for Roger Leon Baker, 23 was ar-
James Kevin Lee, 28, of Starke Collins was arrested June 15 Hampton was arrested June IS on a failure to appear for kidnapping, rested June 7 for driving while
was arrested June 17 for domestic on a warrant from Putnam County, Willie Clarence Baker, 39, of warrant charging aggravated bat burglary, grand theft, according to license suspended, according to
violence, battery spouse abuse, according according to Deputy Danny Thrift. Baldwin was arrested June 15 for tery, according to Deputy Harvey Deputy Barry King. Bond was set at .Patrolman Gordon o Smith.: Bond;was
to Patrolman William He was released after a surety bond. failure to appear for violation of probation Rhoden.Bond was set at$5.000,Car- $10,000 cash or surety,he remains in et at$120.25,he was released on his
Brown and Lt. Kenneth Hinds. Lee was posted. possession of controlled roll was released on bin own custody. own recognizance.
allegedly beat up his wife in the Wal substance, possession drug
Mart parking lot. He was released Robert Stebbins, 21 was arrested paraphernalia, according to Deputy Attorney Clients Upset Over Reprimand J
after a $500 surety bond was posted. June 5 for violation 01 probation for Gene Lee. Bond was set at $10,000, ... ... /
possession of cannabis, according to he was released on his own -
Brian Adrian Davis, 20, of Starke Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at recognizance.Curtis Clients of Starke attorney Richard Court, Welty will receive a public to failing! to promptly deliver funds
was arrested June 15 for failure to $1,000, he remains in custody. Edward Welty are claiming 'foul' In reprimand and is ordered to pay that a client or third party Is entitledto
license costs, driving while Sumner Simmons, 22, of the recent public reprimand by The disciplinary costs of$645.92. receive and failing to promptly
suspended. dealing in stolen Landon Howard Underwood,21,of Gainesville was arrested June 18 on Florida Bar. Welty was found guilty of violating render a full accounting of such
property, a, "nrriina to Deputy Hampton was arrested June 18 for a caDI as. nrrordina to Patrolman By order of the Florida Supreme attorney disciplinary rules relating funds

According to The Bar, Welty
represented the sellers of real
estate.The buyers gave the attorney
$1,000 deposit, which was to be
refunded If the buyers could not ob
tain financing. The buyers did not
(O0 "THE HAMBURGER -erg, /i get financing and asked Welty to
_. .J THAT BUNS LOVE" r return the deposit money. However,
he disbursed the money to his clients
contrary to the terms of the con-

tract.The sellers, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie
'""1SS5S. (Joey and Tina) Dobbs have a dif-
PRICES GOODTHUR&WED.
ferent story. They are very upset
p ST jl / about the reprimand."Mr. .
y/ JUNE 22-28,1989 ..
r.OL9C J"" QUANTITY RIGHTS Welty has done nothing
Y __RESERVED...,... / 'ya. wrong,said Mrs.Dobbs.The buyers
-- --- Martin Fontes and Susane Gover,
breached the contract from start to
FRESH MARKET W-D SPECIAL STORE PREMIUM GRADE finish, they were able to obtain
financing but were unhappy with the
HOURS interest rates. They simply backed
GROUND TRIMMED SAM. FRYER out because Marty was scared he
I would not sell his property, which
TIL was not part of the contract. They
5 Z $ LJsh HAMS 11 P.M. J QUARTERS placed us in a financial bind for six
@ I months with their indecision and
when they decided not to buy they
wanted to rent.At that time we mov-
ed out and ended up paying on two
pieces of property since they never
did move in to rent as they agreed.We .
are very concerned that people
will think badly of Mr. Welty when
9-11 he did nothing wrong, we do not
LB. understand how The Bar could have
97. 8.U.S. 8. reached their decision, let alone the
PKG.LB. Supreme Court," said Mrs. Dobbs.

Welty, 47, was admitted to The
Bar April Z4 1972.He was suspendedfor
LB. LB.WD six months plus two years proba-
tion for violation of the IntergrationRules
of The Florida Bar in 1980 and
received a private reprimand in
1984.
HANDI PAKGROUND FARMSTEAD BONELESS SKINLESS BONELESS GRADE

BEEF . La. 98C HAM FILLETS . La. $297 FRYER BREAST . La $458 VFW 1016 Charter
Dedication 624On

CHOice WHOLE or woo REGULAR June 24 VFW Post 1018 will beholding I
SELECT LEAN COMPLETE ONE-STOP its Charter Dedication. The
BOLOGNA
<(Ss3SS0 SEMI.B!! NELESS or 9ge ECONOMYPORK ceremony will be preceded by a
z FRANKS . . stir SHOPPING WITH covered dish dinner, which will
RIBEYES FRESH CHOPS begin at 7 p.m. Any interested per--
TURKEY sons are Invited to attend and show
$187 .' Supermarket their support of the VFW.
"ti$357 CUBED STEAKS L[ $77 Our recruiting program is alwaysin
BankM effect. If you are qualified and interested -
PORK In Joining,we will be glad to
CUBED STEAKS LI $297 LB. sign you up.. We are a growing post ;
W-D BRAND U.S CHOICE BEEF BONELESS and hope that many more Bradford I
State
DELMONICO 8 ia J ; .417J' '"""jt'"' FRESH MARKET WD COOKED. $279 >\ Community:.'... *.,.. 1 unt3lVetel.'au( Join .us and J

STEAKS . . L[ GROUND HAM . . Bank help us In our endeavors.

PORK $ 80 TURKEY W.D CHOPPED $219 Member FDIC Medicare AssignmentList

RIBLETS . . I 50a a1 $ HAM . . LI AvailablePeople
127 W-D BRAND u.s.CHOICE BEEF who want to choose a doc-
ALL BEEF Il1hu$2295 STEAKS $497 FULL SERVICE BANK tor or medical supplier who accepts
BEEF PATTIES LB. .00. . LI Medicare assignments can review a \
list of names for this area, Glenn
,, HARVESTFRESH Moore,SSA manager in Gainesville,
said today.
RKRfS T The names and addresses of
Medicare-participating doctors and :
PIES suppliers are listed in the
"Medicare-Participating Physy-
B PRODUCE cian/Supplier Directory". You can
s jet the directory for your area free
I jf charge from your Medicare car-
Nature makes the produce. rier (carriers are listed in the backf
________ S WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. the Medicare Handbook; or you
i :an call your carrier and ask for
Mmes of some participating doctors
CALIFORNIA RED orSEEDLESS m your area. Also, the directory is
available for review in all Social
Security offices State and area of-
fices of the Administration on Aging,
and in most hospitals.
I Doctors and suppliers can sign
agreements to become Medicare-
Gille participating doctors or suppliers.This .
means that they have agreed in
s advance to accept assignment on
: LB. ALL Medicare claims. Doctors and
suppliers who DO NOT sign
agreements to become Medicare-
,IVIHVDAY,LOW MICIS HARVEST FRESH participating have the option on a
case-by-case basis of whether or not
SUPERBRAND $|48 FREEZER QUEEN 2 $U 00 to accept assignment.U. .

UUNTRy'COOK1N ORANGE JUICE o. HALF MLUw. ENTREES. 0 . '.lz lNESC
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CHARCOAL TEXAS rme S. Census

SUPERBRANDBISCUITS 6 $100 BANQUET 1ge Workers Needed 7
. SUE CREAM PIES .. d, LB
$209 Anyone Interested In working part
2G-LB. SQUEEZE THRIFTY MAID time for the U. S. Census Bureau
BAG 85C09 ,2fct$109 HARVEST FRESHSPINACH should meet at Room 108, Santa Fe
MARGARINE Itt> STEAK FRIES, Community College Andrews Center
POP ExPREas t Friday July 14 at 11 a.m.. ,
MICROWAVE 69 MISSION CORNTORTILLAS $- BIRDSEYE n$919 Applicants should bring two items j
,,
$1 2 HVtt | of Identification. One can be a ;
POPCORN . WE 0 SUE LITTLE EARS . PIG. driver's license or military I.D. and ,,1
99 Y the other can be an original or certified 1
WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. '. 12-oz.
MARKETPLACE.WE. BAQ copy of a birth certificate, an
original Social Security card (not a
PHARMACY HEADLESS 41/5O-CT. FRESH metal replica), or passport. Any ;
,/ ? ., WHITESHRIMP SEAFOODSALAD veteran Intending to claim Veteran'* 1
,CORTIZON 5 CREME .. :as 2" ., HAflVEST TOSH Preference must bring a DD-214 "
p ; YELLOWONIONS> m ggc Form. .
BAG A two-hour test will be given to
ROPS.$214 '
VISINE EYE : : aw_ !l'ilfj) .0 determine eligibility for anEnumerator'
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CUREL LOTION 0 i=.$2UMIM 41 n.WHARFf"FISHERMAN n f $559 $1gg MUSHROOMS $| 08 .$d per hour plus. position mileage.which .pays' .;.
inwNrm wiuraANACIN3 tt Please register by telephone at
ssCHIDREN'SPANADOL. $243 FRESH SEAFOOD LB. LB..:
: . .' ALL VAMETKf MAMEt 8M- 382 if'you plan to attend this, .j

pa ?-sa" FRESH SHARK STEAKS $299 DELTA'PRIDE $399 SALAD DRESSINGS u.$189 meeting..

MYLANTA .... .'.SJ $1" or TENDERLOINS Ll CATFISH FILLETS u o. In Memory
Of Our Dad s


'It has been Tracy a year E.since Yon'we lost our, .

Thanks For Shopping Winn-Dixie. Dad.It was a sad time for us,but we .
j 3' know be is up in heaven watchingover j
., \ us and we are still trying to
make him very proud of us. .;t
.Dad we love and miss you very
much and one day we will be
,' "e together again. ... .
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TELEGRAPH TIMES MOMTOU-B; SECTION June 22, 19H9


I News Briefs
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Two ArrestedIn was set $3,000 for the charges. She excuses but found Angela Hamilton Telegraph did not state Brown was Summer B Term
Clean was charged for allegedly stabbingher in contempt of.court and fined her Couple ArrestedFor involved in the charge against Register At SFCC
Drug Up husband with a kitchen knife in $200 as well as the Jail sentence. Alderman only that Parks claimed
The drug clean up directed by the right leg June 10 and stabbinghim Hamilton has 30 days to pay her Forging ChecksA Alderman was to pay Brown to issue Registration for the Summer B
Chief Jimmy Epps resulted in two in the right wrist June 11, said fine which will cancel her Jail time. Lawtey couple was arrested the insurance. Since Parks ap- Term at Santa Fe Community Col-
arrests in the 900 block of Brownlee Brown. Bond was set at $3,000. The A Duval County probation officer June 18 for forgery after they stole parently never received such in- lege Andrews Center began this
St. couple were released on their own for four years, Hamilton failed to appear some checks and cashed them. surance Alderman was chargedwith week and will continue daily from 10a.m.
The ongoing sting by Starke Police recognizance and ordered to stay in court several times causing Angelinia Marie Harris, 19, is taking that money also. to 4 p.m. until classes begin on
Department Officers resulted in the away from each other. ,CHRP to be continued.Jacksonville charged with acquiring checks (in After Parks received a notice of Wednesday,July 5.
arrest May 23 of James Martin, 21, May) on the account of someone she foreclosure from the Florida Bankon Featured this term are two art
and Gregory Chandler, 27, according knew, she allegedly forged the a piece of property she bought courses taught by Michael Godey:
to Patrolman William Brown. Summer Time Man checks and cashed two of them ac- from Alderman in 1988, she filed a Art Appreciation will be offered In a
Martin was charged with sale of Charged With CrackA cording to Lt. David A. Ader1iolt. complaint with the state attorney. morning class and Beginning Pain-
cocaine and possession of cocaine Busy for Police. Her husband,James Ray Harris 27, Pursuant to the investiaton a war- ting will meet in the evening.
with bond set at$2,500.Chandler was officers conducted 24-year-old Jacksonville man also cashed one of the checks. rant was issued for Alderman. Also featured Is Introduction to
charged with conspiracy to traffic Starke Police which was arrested west of Starke Sunday Angelinia was additionally charged Alderman allegedly failed to apply Business taught by Chuck
30 criminal investigations
and with afternoon. with robbery and petit theft after the money from Parks to the mor- McKeown.
cocaine additionally a war-
rant charging violation of probationsale resulted in 20 arrests from June 1 Donald Gregory Dukes of 5350 going into the home of an elderly tgage that he had placed on the property Other Summer B Term classes in-
( and delivery) with bond set at through 15. Astral Ave was noticed sitting in a woman asking for money June 15, in 1985.Alderman. clude College Composition, Public
$1,000 surety or cash only. The 20 arrests included ten for pet- wooded area near CR-229. When according to Deputy Danny Thrift. was released from Speaking, First Aid Introduction to
Martin and Chandler remain in ty theft, seven narcotics, four grand Harvey Rhoden approachedDues At 8:30: p.m. as the woman was get- parole on Sunday,prior to his arrest Computers, U. S. History Since 1877
custody. thefts (auto, boat, compressor), Dukes dropped a crack pipe ting the money, Angelinia Harris June 14. In August, 1988, he was and Intermediate Algebra.
seven for battery or aggravated bat and a rock of crack cocaine. Dukes crabbed the purse the woman was sentenced to serve four years in the For more information, please call
tery or assault,one burglary and one went to his motorcycle nearby and holding and ran out of the door, said Department of Corrections. 964-5382.
fled the Thrift. She was later arrested.
criminal mischief. area. Dukes lost control of Bond

Two ArrestedIn Of the remaining investigations, his motorcycle and after a brief was(cash set or at $25,000. for her charges _'" ", wv.cw.w:"" ", ,,,,,,,,,'" "' '''...... .. .... -- ----- -- ----
Domestic DisputeA struggle with Deputy Rhoden he was surety)
six four
are actively being pursued,
taken into custody. Neither Rhodenor James Harris also remains in itit
Starke couple were both arrested continue pending awaiting further custody with bond
Dukes were Injured in the incident set at $2,500.
June 11 following a two-day information. Shop at Joan'sfor
domestic dispute. Dukes was charged with posses-
Benjamin F. Ross and Karla sion of cocaine, resisting arrest with Not Involved,
Yvonne Ross, 24, were charged with Probation Officer violence, possession of drug
aggravated battery after he allegedly Sentenced to JailA paraphernalia, wilful-wanton Brown Says
chased her with a metal broom reckless driving and fleeing and attempting In Alderman Case handle and threw a beer bottle which probation officer was sentencedto to elude, said Rhoden. .
led to a charge of throwing a deadly serve time in the Bradford County Dukes was released on the traffic Attorney Terry Brown said he
missile into an occupied dwelling, Jail for failing to appear for several charges but is still in custody with never wrote title insurance on the
according to Patrolmen William court dates. bond set at $2,500 for the remaining property Mary Parks said she a Sc
Brown and Perrv Gorman. Bond Judge George H.Pierce listened to charges. bought from Bill Alderman.The a
June 15 issue of The

_ We carry a futtselection of \

I. iv your favorite Brand names \

ObituariesNew Leslie fay, 'Missy &

River Baptist Church at
1 v BMMaiBaaavavaaaVaaWMaaaaVaVMfHiVH Petites
Brooker with Rev. Harold F. Green, HHaaaaaaaaVBBBB na aaV
Russell H. Green, Jr., 79, of Rev. Jim Countryman and Rev If You Buy from Anyone Else, You Will Pay Too Much
Brooker, died Monday in the North Cecil Turner officiating. Arrangements MATTRESS SPECIALS S\ndrea Qayte Prophecy %
Fla. Regional Medical Center afteran
are being handled by
Personaf Co-or inates
extended Illness. Archer Funeral Home. Masonic STARTING AT
A lifelong resident of Bradford rites will be presented at the i f
County, Mr. Green was a cattle gravesite. Sa&ino
farmer, a member of the New River
3900
Baptist Church, the Pine Hill Mason Mrs. Ruby LilleyMrs. ,
Lodge of Brooker and the Starke
Shrine Club. He was a former Brad- Ruby Lee Lilley, 55, of ?
ford County Commissioner and a Jacksonville, died June 15 in 'Mr. 3e& i Joan's fashions
former member of the Board of Methodist Hospital in Jacksonville,
Trustees with Clay Electric. following an extended illness. < i
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Born Oct. 4, 1933 in Baldwin, Mrs. and fin( s Starke Plaza 964-7651
Fannie Feaster Green of Brooker Lilley moved to Jacksonville nine- 1700
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three daughters, Beverly Welch, teen years ago from Starke. She wasa M-F 10cSAT.
Mary Mayben and Joanne Fussell, homemaker, loving wife and _264-7366 10-5 SUN. 1-S i '"
all of Brooker; one son, Harvey mother, and a Baptist.
Green of Lake Butler; one sister, Survivors include her husband,
Ozena G. Hendry of Lake Butler; ten John K. Lilley; two daughters, Deb-
grandchildren and nine great- bie Barnes and Alice Montfort of
grandchildren. Jacksonville; two sons, Wayne Cor
Funeral services will be held lew of Minnesota and Glenn BowersSee

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t ..i A. "Jo' ACE Hardware Employees Receive AwardsGary
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Manager of Bryan's Ace Home 301!' South next to Sawyer Gas and In Healers In power! equipment.Salk .
Centers, presented Jeff Jennings -"
Manager of the Melrose store, andKenny
4 Gibbs,Manager of the Starke
store, with Ace Hardware's Super
Dealer Award.

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Gary, along with managers Gibbs
and Jennings, thanked all of the fine
employees and customers for their
continuing support. Aluminum


The Melrose store is located on & Const., Inc.
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I Obituaries MemoryOf I WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS I '

from page 4B Tracy Yon ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS

of Jacksonville; four brothers, with Rev. Dwight McQueen. Visita- Wondering and Waiting
Charles W. Crews of Kingsley Lake tion will be at church from 9:30-11: Card of Thanks It's been a year now, FREE FOR
Lenzy, DeWitt and Daniel Crews all a.m. on June 27. Arrangements are The family of Alfred Box would Since our Tracy..was taken away pF = 'sFllOR
And we're still. QUSE
of Jacksonville; a sister, Alsine being handled by DeWitt C. Jones like to express their sincere thanks ESTIMATES I
Crawford of Kingsley Lake;and five Funeral Home in Starke. and appreciation for all the food, Wondering Wondering and how waiting.and why and 1 CALL
grandchildren. O
flowers and prayers during the loss SAOf
Graveside funeral services were '1 he family requests! no turners he of our loved one. Waiting for some answers.
held Saturday, June 17 with Rev. sent. However memorials may he Your love and thoughfulness were The pain we felt a year ago
LeRoy Olive officiating. Intermentwas made to the First UnitedMethixliM! greatly appreciated during our time Lingers on as strong today. t I375-11O6
We
think we'll be
in Dyal Cemetery under the Church of Starke. Fia.:12991: of sorrow. always
direction of Jones Funeral Home of May God bless each of you- Wondering and Family 280O N.W. 74th PI.
Loved Ones
The
Starke. Natalie Box and Family Of Tracy Yon 8t v. Mayr Manager
State* Ccrtl. CRCOJOJCS
Kenneth Reighard, Sr.
Card of Thanks
Kenneth R. Reighard, Sr., 80, of
Keystone, died Saturday, June 17 In Carrie Bell Perry and family
Bradford Hospital following an extended would like to thank everyone for the Part
illness. Food,flowers, cards,prayers, phone of the Beauty of
Born Mar. 31, 1909 in South Fork, calls and condolences in our time of
Pa., Mr. Reighard moved to our sorrow, during the loss of our
Keystone in 1971 from Portage, Pa. loved one. ,
He attended the Friendship Bible The Perry Family
Church in Keystone, was a former Card of ThanksWe : "
United Mine Worker, and a retired -j' 1// \
1'4J.1Home
salesman for Ford Motor Company. deeply appreciate the prayers,
Survivors Include his wife, Mar- cards, flowers and contributions
jorie R.Reighard; two sons, Ronaldof received during our recent loss.A jl .
Lafayette, Colo., and Neil of very special thank you to Dr. :' I
Butler, Pa. brother Pete Gianas, Bradford =="" '
; one Charles County 4
Reighard of Nova Scotia; 8 grand Emergency Services, fire & rescue, I .
children and 9 great-grandchildren. Cliff Chapman and Dan Cuddington, I Frn
Funeral services were held June Nelson Green,Jerry Waters,Jimmy : slung s1S
20 In Friendship Bible Church with Davis, Joey Knapp Bradford
Rev. Thomas C. Bowden officiating. Hospital and Steve Futch, Jones .
Interment was in Keystone Hts. Funeral Home. .. .. .
Cemetery under the direction of And to our friends who are always .""' .
Jones Funeral Home. there,when we need you.Thank you. e .
The Family of .
-
Mrs. Ethel O. SewellMrs. Lester F.Crews \ th e

William Byron (Ethel .
Overstreet) Sewell, 92, former resident In MemoryOf .. -. 149" ,

of Starke, now of Baton Rouge, Tracy Yon L.J ,,
La., died Tuesday, June 20 at the o
home of her daughter (Gayle Sewell Waiting -
Guissinger) in Baton Rouge. Summer days, all the children at
Mrs. Sewell was formerly a play, -
teacher for 20 years in Bradford Tracy at work building a market, PRICE !
County schools.She was preceded in slaving and sweating, '
e....djaibbjuber nusb&nd, Williams ,..Tjrylng to support two kids. ,
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: Sewelirwho was President or.
\ -..-.Picking the garden.. ,
flowers/rom ,..'
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7nwf"2Survivors fr- '"'' ", ',
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a.!J WondeHng.-waitin/; :; '; 'lj t; \!
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include two daughters, ,
When will Tracy be home? MY -
Gayle Sewell Guissinger of Baton
Rouge, and Virginia Sewell Powellof Found early that day,blue in face, '
Roanoke, Va.; one son, James Face in water, drowned.
Overstreet Sewell of Jacksonville, Silent cries as we walked away, r
Fl.; seven grandchildren; and three Sad, gloomy, never will forget the
greatgrandchildren.Funeral time
services will be held 11 Tracy never came home. I j
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week.
JKOTC cadet Marie Black of 1
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which are the modern day C-rations. ,
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said. "I'm going to take one of those "-- _4_: ,.... t "" *,, alt liF ,
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time.Assistant training officer Jim ., ": ;}"'f"I""J" )".;;!", ..(J. '''-.u. ;, orf'Y.: Jason Craln 17,a senior at Naples High School,watches bravo platoon described his week at JROTC Camp as
"r'1I.1.. '-l'.1 J. ,-ti+ ,. Capt.Roy Wallace and Sgt.Eilbeck at the weapon "pretty cool."
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From right to left Danny Evans.Karl Ketter and David Black work on down from the scaffolding a few minutes before the picture was taken offered E & J DeKUYPER WILDBRANDY
one of the frames to the First Presbyterian Church's new addition. The this advice for working In the heat."Work slow,and you don't get as EACH TREESCHNAPPS TURKEY 101
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Sue Ellen Smith location across from the Bradford Starke Office
Hospital on East Call Street I 1.75 750 750
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The First Presbyterian Church of See page<< 11B 218 S. Walnut St.
Starke announces the arrival of a Next to the Chamber of Commerce i
new addition- well almost.
Starke-based Stevenson Construc- E-Z 964-4957 ,
tion Co. Inc. began construction of a IN.HOUSE SPECIALS: ..S THIS WEEK; '

1,100 square-foot addition to the WHEELS ::',"'" ;,- :- ., -
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weeks ago. Before finishing, they CANADIAN CLUB ,>: 17.99'ANCIENTAGE 1.75
will also renovate the exterior, the 1320 N.Temple Ave. I, PAIN CONTROL "_ 'J2.99" 1.75
Rev. Patton said. Starke .
Jerry Headaches :)2.99t
"We are renovating the exterior to .Neck&Arm CALVERI'A:> < 1.75. '.

replace are shaping wood the that building has rotted so,that and the we 964-7783 ..Mid Low Back Back& INJURIES Work Related SEAGRAMSGIN,699 BARTON BLEND ''S;;: ;:.':?;;\.5:99: f ..750 LlR t' !;.: ':::-
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The addition is being built to ac- We FInanceSPECIAL l 11
comodate new growth in the Auto Accidents
CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS SPECIAL
church's congregation, he said. The
a. DR. W. DAVID BIKES
existing worship area which now 9 til 12:00
feet DR. RICHARD C. TULLER Every Thursday a.m. : MidnightBeer
measures 2,000 square ,can hold $1.00 Call Brand Drinks $1.50
150 people. When construction is SALE CHIROPRACTIC :PHYSICIANS

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able to hold between 250 and 270 peo- First Come First Served s. 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
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Sition and renovation\could! ,be- OJ Stdrk,6*- .MileTfom. of Starke on US'301 1
$170,000 including the cost 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Trucks OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
for new carpet and pews. Office Hours'Mon-Fri 8 30-6 00 p m Sat By AppointmentWill

The original church building locatedon Open: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.12 Mn.; Fri. &Sat. 9 a.m. 2:00: a.m.
which was built in 1886,was
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Along with physical training the
cadets experienced "meals ready to
eat" (MRE) for lunch during the
week.
JROTC cadet Marie Black, of v"'I
Orlando,was asked about the MREs
which are the modern day C-rations.
"Those meal packs?" Ms. Black
said. "I'm going to take one of those
home and show it to my Mom." -. .. -- '
Cadets had classes;'briefings and
demonstrations to attend during the
day, a routine which left little free Attentive Audience... demonstration last Friday. Craln. a member of the
time. Jason CraIn,17,a senior at Naples High School,wat- bravo platoon,described his week at JROTC Camp as I
Assistant training officer Jim ches Capt.Roy Wallace and Sgt.Eilbeck at the weapon "pretty cool."
MacKay, of Daytona Beach, taught
students a water safety course.
MacKay, a senior at Embry Riddle '
Aeronautical University in Daytona, 3$ y ,"
said he enjoyed teaching the ,,, J:)ft'ry'd' I
students during the week. OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor
"Its been really fun," MacKaysaid.
"It's been a really good learning
experience for me.

ticipated Another in was class rappelling.students Descending par- Less Than You Would Pay Rent!
from the 40-foot rappelling
The Grand Finale... ,. ..
tower was optional for students but thews. JROTC .
students seemed Impressed :,. .' '.
only about the manuever.On 10 students. did not attempt The last explosive detonated Friday by the rolling clouds of No. fv i' ..,-f>. .....,. LowDown
nuclear simulator black smoke and fire \ '
was a set off which marked .I\
Friday,June 16,the Explosive by EOD member Sgt. Janice :Mat the end of the demonstration. '''.: ,$& s&\*cr..; ..... "' >!: )..l'1'A Closing

at Ordinance Camp Detachment Blanding presented(EOD) unit a Payment i-iUv' '"a .*- '" -.t.....j'rI."I'I",', /;.... ...*..j Cost
weapon demonstration to the cadets. TFN-B m \I;,H&*; ; *.L 'M- r'4Ifgl .
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were filled with chanting platoons Chiropractic Center OFFICE: 't 473-3028

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Blanding.Several.
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explosives were
detonated, impressing the cadets GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
with loud noise and smoke.
Specialist Jim Emery, a memberof INJURIES Highway 301 South Starke
EOD, said the EOD unit was not CONTROL
sure if they would be able to Headaches Work Related OPEN: Mon.-Fri.8.a.m.Ill 5 p.m.Saturday a.m.11 Noon...
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the wind. After some consideration .Personal
Mid Back
they were able to demonstratethe .Auto Accidents

rolling nuclear clouds simulator of smoke,which and fire.sent up Low Back&Leg {cri1 k Best Carpet Sale ...........................
"As far as demonstrations, safety
is paramount," Emery said.
Two local JROTC cadets from r DR. RICHARD CIULLERCHIROPRACTIC FACTORY PRICESLimited
Bradford High School attended the
camp. CARE
Sharea Sanford, a junior at Brad- Time Only.........
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to attend the camp next year. L=, 24 HOURS A DAY-7
"The people were so great." Miss a / n f' :!ii ma noii''
Sanford said. "When I first got there DAYS A WEEK "I.- I
I had to make all new friends.
"When I left them I felt like I had Office Hours:
known them all my life, not for one
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ICY Staff WrIUr Hospital on East Call Street 1.75 760 750
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Starke announces the arrival of a Next to the Chamber of Commerce i
new addition-well almost.
Starke-based Stevenson Construction E-Z 964-4957 '
Co. Inc. began construction of a IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK:
1,100 square-foot addition to the WHEELS .'
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DR. W. DAVID BIKES
existing worship area which now
Every Thursday 9 a.m. til 12:00 MidnightBeer
measures 2,000 square feet,can hold DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
150 people. When construction is SALE I CHIROPRACTIC .HYSICIANS $1.00 Call Brand Drinks $1.50
completed, the worship area will be
able to hold between 250 and 270 THE TEAM APPROACH
people. First Come. First Served 4.% 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED TT .
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almost $170,000, including the cost Q 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER Starke -.l; on
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LAND FOR SALE
CARS, TRUCKS, VANSATTENTION.GOVERNMENT HOMES BOATS VACATION AT BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE $350.00 Weekly

FOR SALE SUPER COMMERCIALI! Great two story building, Enterprise Zone, Downtown
SEIZED U FT. TRI HULL BOAT 50 hp Evlnrude 100 ACRES six room house and barn
Starke, Reduced to 49900.
VEHICLES from $100. Fordt with finder and Owner will finance $20001 Acr..
Mercedes depth new battery OWNER FINANCE Ralford-.2BR, iBo frame home on 1.63 acres, nicely landscaped .
Corvettet. Chevys Surplus Buyers HOMES FOR SALI 964-4718 after 5 p.m. 3tchg 6/8-22 Phone 964-7771 or 964.4537. 10/20TF 20.000NE
Guide. 1-602.838.8885. ext A 3493. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES. Stark 19S117 FT. STUMPKNOCKERi center console LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: In city no
3tpd 6/8.22 EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or Merc Thruster, plus trolling mobile homes Zoned for modular 26th AVE, 2BR I bath, carport porch $ 26,000
1983 CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4l, excellent erected shell. 3 men, 3 days. 9648447or motor 60 hp Mercury power trim/tilt. homes 5000. Call 964-5764 from 8-5 ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatment,
shape. $3500. 473.3264. 4tchg 6/1.22 eves 4733627. 4/20TF Call 9645289. Take over payments. p.m.; after 5 and weekends call 3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrlg. DW, garage with door opener antenna
1985 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON $2500 or Itchg 622OUTBOAIID '164.5251.3/16TFrw with rotary boaster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
best offer 964.2483. 4tpd 6/8.29 RALPH BRYAN REALTY "...87. MOTOR S'/ihp Sears garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and lazy
1984 CHEVY SOS ENGINE, short block. BEST BUY, 3/1 from., central A/H In' GomeFlsher, good condition. Used RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 4-8878 Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
$250. Call before 3 p.m.. 964.5532. 3tpd lawn $26,000.REDUCED very little. 14 ft. Aluminum Jon Boat LAND I LOTS OF LAND in every direction beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
6/8.22 $2,500: 3 BR, 2 ba. on State Rd, $500. 964.4682. Itpd 6/22 from Starke. From Sl.OOO/acre with EZ HOME: 4 BEDROOMS, 3'/. BATHS 402 St. Clair SI. .86 of an acre, foyer
'8$ CUTlASS SUPREME OLDS: excellent 230. Living/dining room family room 15 FT. BOAT excellent condition fish or terms. LR DR, kitchen w/ refrlg range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundryroom
condition, assume payments Call with fireplace, garage and complete ski. 25hp Johnson 1984 model heavy RALPH BRYAN REALTY "..887. and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
anytime 289.9647 Maxville 4tchg satellite system. 59500. duty trailer ready to go. No rust. $1500 back yard with security lights. Only $71,000.
6/8.29 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA, firm. AI Young, 964.6918. 2tpd 6/22-29 BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated3BR
1988 FORD FESTIVAi 4 speed, AM, FM enclosed patio on Iocr., close to 1976 MALIBU BOAT 13'with 18hp 1 Vi BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR 1 BA MH beach dock. $190,000
radio must sell 964-7699 or 475.2668 town Johnson motor $750. 782-3510 after 6 CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR. 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA wood
after 5:30: p.m. 2tchg 6/15.22 RALPH BRYAN REALTY.964-1171 p.m. Itchg 6/22 heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
'84 DODGE TRUCK 4x4: V8, AT. AC. PS, garden spot. Hwy 16 W. $ 80,000
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PB, & FOR SATE BY OWNER Small from.
cassette more $4500 OBO. KEYSTONE, 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/lBa carpet cent heat windowair
4734802. keep trying. 3tchg 6/15.29' house In country. Lots of yard ft trees. MATHEWS REALTY stove, refrlg, DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 38,000
MUST SELL I 1989 Chevy Silverado and 89 $18.500.964.8602 after 6pm. TFlmm|
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REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 16,000
Ford F.150 Pickup 2 wheel drive, loaded THREE BEDROOM 2'/t' bath 2 story
t: HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR. 2 Ba. CHAA 1539 oJ.. 1.7 acres. $ 49,000
asking payoff. 964.3411. Itchg 6/22 from., 16x16 storage, attached garage .
'65 FORD FALCON, auto, 6 cyl.. 4 door with storage' 44x28 shelter, 14x50 : "" '-/I ii: .,, 964-4469 U::! PINEIREEZE SUB, 3 BR, 1 '/. ba brick CHSA 100x109 lot REDUCED to$ 39,000
$650. Also 71 MERCURY COMET 4 mobile home on 10 acres. $74,000. Call II.III. (n REALTOR N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 79.000
door auto, 302 V8. $350. 496.3605. collect, 0.259.6649, Patricia Gray Realty When selling real estate why settle for telling the whole GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths & two
Itchg 6/22 5/25TF ''i baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2Vi acres with sprinkler System 3 sunbathingdecks
town... when you can tell the whole world?
1967 MUSTANG: looks good runs good. RENTAL HOUSE in Stark. for Sale: 2 BR, 1 located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
$2700 9648663. 622ANIMALS bath full basement two stock block ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
home, CHSA, currently rented. MUST MOBILE HOMES HOMES BETHEL CHURCH RD, 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors, 1 1185 s f., 5 acres $ 60,000
SELI-REDUCED to 25500. Eves KEYSTONE: 1983 Fleetwood nice CLASSIC BRICK BEAUTY, Commute CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
& PETS 473.3627. 6/8TF floor plan 3 BR. 2 boo CHSA full Starke, Gainesville. Lake Hampton BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44.000
FOR SALE COUNTRY LIVING In Graham: 2 acres 3 length F/R patios, dbl. Oaks. 1987 Immaculate See to op MENG DAIRY ROAD, 2.25 acres 3/1 CB CHSA, so near $ 40.000
BR, wood heater air. screened porch motorhome/travel trailer port with prerlate. HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR 2 ba CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
FREE PUPPIES 2 female and sun deck $42.500 or make offer, II ft. clearance, chain link fence. TWO BEDROOM I BA nice lot, Also 3 BR MH I'/i ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.
: 3 mala 485.1189. 6tchg 6/8-7/13 117 CONCORD 3 BR, 2'/t ba, has 13000.
782.3634. ItlmREGISTERED | .....COMMERCIAL....
THREE BEDROOM l'/, bath brick veneer extra lot with wood frame house city DELIGHTFUL STARTER HOME: great
BRAHMAS cows and built home Many Improvements such as utilities. condition solid Cherry Street NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Tempi Ave. 8 furnished one

all eves ages,1.152-0679.prices vary. Days 6/8.29 17525161or C/A, ceiling fans throughout, 173 NEW MOON 12x60. with ap NICE t QUIET PLACE TO LIVE: BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and

ARABIAN HORSES 4tchg wallpaper, wood privacy fenced prox. 10 acres, North of Lawtay, Southgate, 3 BR, 2 ba, brick. cooling unit In each apartment. $147.000
: pleasure,
breeding backyard. Located Hwy 16 West. Call 105th Ave. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldgs.,
thaw or trail. All
ogei. Weaning to 13years. HOMES t ACREAGE
964.4526. Itchg 6/22 paved parking. Good businessOpportunlty $220,000
Colts, fillies, mares and stallion LAND THERESSA AREA, 1 Acres 3 BR 2
BY OWNER, 4BR, 2 Ba home near 301 NORTH 150'x 220' $125,000
approximately
Must sell $300 and 782.3267 S.R. 100 A, Two 6.77 acre parcels. : approx.
or weekends. 2tchg up.6/15-22 eves Southside School. Fireplace, screened Lawteyt 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. Bath. 1564 s f. home, 55000. 301 SOUTH, 193ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85,000
porch fully equipped kitchen Union Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 s'I"
completely
5 COCKER SPANIELS, 4 males, 1 female. 125 frontage RENTAL ON CALl STREETII I
964.2916, 4tpd 6/157/6 carpeted CHSA. Located on 3 brick home. Call for Lot Listings
large wooded lots. $84,900. 964.S459.
FREE KITTENS: 3 black ft white, 3 black. 2 After Hours
6/22.7/13
yellow. 964-4274. Itpd 6/22 4tpd Bob Mathews, Realtor I Andy Jordan Associate Anne TerwtlUgar Nelson . . . . . 473-7541.
SIAMESE KITTENS: 10 weeks, male,
breed, no papers. Have health pure cer 441 W. Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson Associate Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

tificate. $40. 9647260. Itchg 6/22 Debra Connaughton . . . . . . .964-2833

FREE KITTENS to good homes. Part Persian Joy Thornton, . . . . . . . . -.964.4223HElUTAGE
yellow. 9646328. Itchg 6/22

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((964-7630') Suzanne Kitchen. *)L; e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In CR 229* N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133J.

Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up
NEW LISTINGS e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn

'$49900 OWN YOUR OWN RANCIIETTE. 5 a road frontage, nice' c/b ounce home. -
'BEAUTIFUL FARMI ND(3.!BOO/ACRE up to 40 acrta of well drained paattJnVvldl built Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 VILLAS .z
home. South of Starke near Lake Alto. Owner anxloua. Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton
'A TRULY BEAUTIFUL MANUFACTURED HOME located In clay county. In absolutely the beat
poealble condition with pool, priced below market value$43.9OO. with aaaumable mo....... Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000
.ONE OF STARKE'S BETTER HOMES In a fine area, this landaraped bnck ranch haa ground MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup 6O7 Bradford Court in Starke
pool family room, III plenty of forage apace Offered below replacement value. Call for price. .
'86000. ANTIQUE BRICK RANCH HOME WIth low of apace, large lot In a fine ana of town 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. in Lawtey. 290' on 301 Applications for immediate occupancy are being accepted
Good Value
For Sale or Lease. 1 & 2 BR from
$220
THE GREAT AMERICAN FARM HOMESTEAD 4O acres Unproved pasture fenced, fully equipped on apartments. Monthly payments
for sling llveauck. or horaea. Authentic farm house pole\ bam, horae atalla, equipment t etude, 200 Acres nearTheressa ...................................$1.000 Acre plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
complete with chicken coupe. Building Lots in Smokerise SubdivisIon Keystone $5.000 Rental information and
available at the
applications are
'A BRAND NEW BRICK HOME juet completed near the hospital with an affordable! pane of
$64.OOO which meana low monthly payment. 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22,500 Rental. Office 607 Bradford Court. Starke

'2O 97000.ACRES AND FARM HOUSE fenced and In pasture only UO.OOO. Owner will aubdMde too. 6 1/2 Acres in Lawtey ...............................................$15.000 Equal
STUNNING BRICK HOME. 2700 oq. ft double wooded lot, fireplace family
room
garage. Cryatal Lake area Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6,500 Each Call 964-6216 @ Housing
"93500. MODERN OFFICE COMPLEX over. I6OO aq R.equtpped with kitchen hub of atarke 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000
"79000. BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME full wooded Mon.-Fri. 9-5OO OpportunityAcceleratedResltt
on one acre big 2 car garage, family room, lots p.m.
: of storage,must aee.S4S.OOO I New 2 BR 2 BA Homes in Graham For Sale or Lease :
I : ALMOST NEW OFFICE, over 900 aq 'It near shopping center Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000
$183.000. SANTA FE LAKE HOME, for those few who really want their dollar Investment la
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964-6881 Evenings Call 373-956O

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*' Homes r Lots ./ Acreage./ Waterfront

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SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room CHSA Stove ft" '
7 Refrl 180 ft. On the Water Wall & Septic.

Susan M.Faulkner.. GRI. CRB President+ I NORWOOD S/D 4BR/2BA Brick. CHSA, Rang, Refrl & Dishwasher 6x6
@r: CQ: Iiat4 Parch Sun Deck In Back 10x12 W.II & Septic
NORTH OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Large Family Room CHSA 2946 SF, 2
L Garages, Large Family Room Porches, on 1.7 Acres. Nice Shade Trees
EQUAL. HOU3INQ REALTOR TDYict Dodft,.MSA, CKA. ..Patty K y EJdttvMKA I HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB. large Living Room Stove, Refrl &
r Dishwasher 1 Acre

Opal Dickson'K I 14 LutilU C Spr y MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home, CH4A Above Ground Swimming

: ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. ;* >; 9M-H20, I Pool Storage Bldg., large lot w/landscoplng.
FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed
DW CHSA. 20x30
Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 ; 221 Lafayette St. y CW ur* REALTOR !Ch" ""f Its< Flynn'' Workshop Fishpond W.II t Septic.

ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home Like New. CH&A, Stove Refrl' ft
Drapes, Lovely Swimming Pool w/Prlvocy Fence, Bldg 16x24 w/Pollo
HWY. 16 WEST 4BR 2Ba. $45,000. Storage Bldg 12x12 large Landscaped lot. '
ONLY 3 BUILDING lots leftl. I ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/18A. A-Frame w/Porches All Around. Stove,
*5 ACRES. South 301 lust| off Hwy. 10000. I' A Few of Our Many Listings Refrl Wood Burning Stove, Pole Barn 24x50 Tool Shet 8x9 Well ft Septic.

;..; *TWO ACRES DW MH. 301 South 21500. LAKE COTTAGE on clear sand.bottom lak. 17 miles from Stork. 44900. HIGHWAY: SOUTH. Commercial ft Residential 300-Foot Frontage, Two
I'/ ACRES 4 BR. 2BA FP, 15x36 open shed. lease/Purchase. I HAIFORD AREA 4/2 over 2500 so,.ft., on I acre. 59000. Mobil. Homes & Comm' Bldg., Well & Septic. .
.:. -LAWTSYi 5 3/4 ACRES off 200B. GREAT ROOM CONCEPTi 3/2. CHSA over 2000 sq.ft., many extras, on 10 CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB I Frame, CHSA Stove 1 Relrl 1536 SF, Nice
.HWY. 32Si 3BR 2Ba block & brick veneer on I beautiful acre. Reduced to I beautiful acres.CHARMING Corner lot.
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40000. I 3/2 stucco on 1 acre CHSA FP, DW range, refr., extra Insulation + ON SAMPSON RIVER 3BR/2V4BA. Two-Story log Home, CHSA.. Stove,
: *OFF 225 on 65th St: 3BR, 2Ba stucco 31000. energy efficient. Paved driveway nice landscaping. See this one) $65.000 Relrl & Dishwasher; 3000 SF, Front ft Back Porches, Enclosed Garage Well.
.LAKE LOT 1 acre, 100' on water 28500. _REDUCED! 3/1 frame In Starke. Now $19.500. ft Septic Large lot.
.CANAL LOT Santa F. Lake area. .LARGE LOT IN CITY 100><200. w/30x30 garage;suitable to store motor home. 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB, large Living ft Dining Room.
1 GREEN ACRES AREA over 1600 sf brick, 2 Ig. BR, 2%Bo; could be converted to *JN STARKEi CB 3 BR 1 ba: lots of extras, only $39.700. Family Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook. CHSA Garage, Well ft Septic.
= ; make 3rd BR. COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 plus acres with metal bldg.. ft mobile home. SELECTED PROPERTIES !
.3BR, IBa MOBILE HOME with addition extra lot.4BR I *>40 ACRES heavy timber close to country club. WALDO "Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home Lot 100x200 feet
1' 2Ba with 4 plus acres. Lewtey area. .LEASE PURCHASE $1500 down, $250/mo. Clean ham. HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water S Sewage, Owner Financing.
r MOBILE HOME LOT. water ft .._. -COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Building lots, city water ft sewer. HOME BIDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/O. Brooker. .
4BII. 2Ba with' I acres. $3f.00. I.WILL. SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH. I'OUIII.ACIE TRACTS Brooker.; Owner Financing. ,
.COMMERCIAL PROPERTY across from Wlnn Dixie. 60x109 with building. .1J4 ACRES Paved rood frontage, 4 miles to Starke. THREl2.ACIIIIIIVER'RONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
.CRYSTAL LAKE Iutlfullok. with large spacious home. Many extras. Priced : 1 _BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick & cedar farm home; 4/2Vi 72 acres. LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft;on the Water. _
i to sell. _ON SOUTH US 301 5 plus acre with home ft barn. Owner financing. COMMEROAL Hwy 301N. Two-Story CB Bldg w/llvlng Area I .
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Upstairs 6400
: OWNER WILL' SELL FHA. VA. or Conventional. 3 BR, fenced yard. LAWTEY AREA nice home, CHSA, on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. SF. Owner Financing. '
t _HWY JSOl Building lot 5500. LAKE LIVING AT ITS IESTIIutlful. high ft dry lot, area's finest home. a If ACRES a Frontage on Forsyth Rood. Will Divide. *
I LEASE OPTION available on 3 BR out In country. _COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 .f., CHSA, 5 acres, paved road extra nice. 10 Acres -Pecan Grove, Will Divide. Well ft Septic. Owner
w, I .PRICE REDUCED on this;3BR, 3Bo almost new_brick home. '.. BRICK IN STARKEi 3 BR, IM Ba, CHSA $47.000. 6 Acres Well Septic and Power Pole Has Cypress Pond.Financing.

L I HWY. U WEST Brkk 3/2M on 1 acre. lot of extras. Assumable Mortgage. 6 ACRES Frontag. on Hwy. 100W City Water ft Sewage.
CONVENIENT TO STARKS OR OAlNESVILLSi Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South .
x; r 't *24 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, 9..S ACRES Frontage on N.w River. Well ft Seotlc
Call One of Our Professionally !r i barns, cross-fenced water In all postures, 2 mobile home IF YOUR MIND 15 ON REAL ESTATE OH THINGS RELATED
': MAKE YOU NEXT STOP ACCELERATED '
Trained Staff Todag..964-5069
IiI Call Us AboutHOMES AFTER HOURS
Wayne Douglas-964.6593 I'||| Cnenrt.964-6664 I
ACREAGE
LAKE LOTS
I Met Hours CaD These Realtor Associates BIT) Dodd 964-7404 Clarke Stephens.9441)1
t -Irene L Faulkner:" .964-5J42 *SUILDING LOTS *COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES. .Novl.Ward 9..7414 .' '

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REAL YARD SALES
ESTATE FOR RENT RENTALS REAL: ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE

OUT OF AREA FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 9 a.m.-6 p.m. COMMERCIAL SPACI available In

ROOMS FOR RENT weekly monthly for Canoe, go. grill lawn mower, sewing Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 I TO M ACRES with large concrete GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST homeless mother with children. machine, household good Hwy 31, ft. a 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility sq. barns.Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre repair). Foreclosures, Repot, Tax
lots rlv.r ace..' $5450 Each woodedmotie No Private house with 2 BR. 9649612. llpd Forest Street on lake Mod 6/22 In both locations 473.3193 or or larger In country. Call 496-3939 Delinquent Properties. Now selling In

down $65.41 monthly Owner 6/22 473-7683 leave message. 6/1 tfnchg days. 454-1593 evening.. tfn/chg. this area. Call (refundable) ,
1236.4579 or 1-622.2430. I7TFFOR MOBILE HOME LOT shady ft private. SR NOTICE 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake. 6/22 13157336064.( ) ext. G30S4. For current I
16 West 3 mile out of town. 9647412. Fish, swim tkl. $250 week 4733856. llstlngsl 6/15 4tpd. 7/6
If no answer keep trying. Itpd 6/22 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Btpd 3/4-6/22 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BRICK HOMI ON ONI ACRE Four

RENT to the Lake Region Monitor office ON LAKE GENEVA Only one left. Efficiency bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swimming
In writing and paid In advance studio apartment furnished, pool and satellite large ookt.
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT unless credit It already established' laundry t dock facilities, utilities fur EARN $2 PER ENVELOPS STUFFED Send a 119500. Call 496-3939, days and
MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water with this office.MONITOR nl.hed. $275 month $275 deposit. self-addressed stamped envelope to 454-1595 evenings tfn/chg. 6/22
.tewer cab). TV. 964-7498. 1/I2TF STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4732919. 6/1 tfnchg :PMA. Box 1152 Smyrna. Co. 30080.
FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city TO DRINK.THAT'S RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ON LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished 2 6/132tpd. 6/22 FOR RENT
YOUR BUSINESS I
water .sewer cable TV, 2 BR, 1 both. WANT TO STOP THE CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER BR/1 Yo BA, kitchen equipped. Not In a

HALF 5U.74ff.12TP ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. THAT'S OURS I Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday trailer 4732919.park 6/1$275 tfnchg month $275 deposit. RETIREMENTMISTY MINI STORAGE 5x5. $15: 5x10 $20;

Close to Alcoholics Anonymous prior to Thursday publication. 10x10 $30 month plus $20
prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF ON LAKE GENEVA hou... Furnished a per
THREE 964-3619,944-4150,964-8614 Minimum charge It 15 words for MEADOWS deposit. Call 496.3939 4623068.
BEDROOM HOUSE stove ft S3 SO, newly decorated. 2 BR/1 BA, carpeted, RETIREMENT HOME or
refrlg.j; also mobile home, stove arefrig. pd 7/27 then IS Cents for each word thereafter must lee. Laundry t dock facilities. Lovely country ..ttln;. ACLF 24hr. tfnch;. 6/22
CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Free Mailing address OFFICE SPACE, 150 W. Main Street
Call 9643728. Itpd 6/22 : P.O. Box 1171 $300 month, $300 personalized care. Home cooked ,
THREE BEDROOM HOME carpeted, estimate. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Keystone Ht., FL 32656 6/1 tfnchg deposit 473-2919. meal. Family styled living. Excellent $100.00 month Call 4962261.
Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. TF MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS for rent In
CH4A, 1 3/4 bath prices. Must tee to appreciate.Newberry. .
Ig. screened porch. CUTE 1 BR COTTAGE Holly Ave In
WELL SERVICE Our-
no DRILLING PUMPS : 4722820. 6/0 4tchg. 6/29 Lake Butler. Call 4971294. Fort White.
EFFICIENCY pets 964.5356ltpd 6/22 ranee Pump 8 Supply Co., Watersystems town. $250 per month or puchose.Owner Contact Fred Adams. 6/22 4tpd. 7/13 _
ROOMS AC. private bath specialists. 864 N. TempleAve. will finance. Century 21,
no chlldr.n or pets. No drinking or ., US 301, Starke, 32091. 9/8TF SERVICESSEWING Showcase Properties. 4734903. 4tchg HELP WANTED NOTICE
dope. 964-5687. 3 miles 6/8-29
South of
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME: day week
Starke. 3tchg 6/15.29 MACHINES CLEANED oiled and MOBILE
HOME 2 ft 3 bedroom partially
4682619. 1117TFWE
THRElIEDROOMS. 2 baths. LR, DR Kit long term MOVE stay. MOBILE HOMES adutt| tension In your horn. Special furnished. $135 a month up. 473.7566 WANTED-PART-TIMI Sales Life Insurance CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
chen Den CH&.. $450 per month. No 964560615TFTUTORING $14.95. R.palr all brands. Work or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 People.If Increase your current In to the Union County Times office .
have been licensed
pets. Call 964-5484 4tpd 6/15.7/6 SERVICES: If child barely guaranteed. 4737862. 6/1 tfnchg COW PEN LAKE 2 BR MH CHI A. furnished the come. you within In writing and paid In advance
ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT) close to passed this year 3 month your vacation SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines large kitchen. Fish ski dock qualified post by two the years state.you If are have still unless credit It already establishedwith
town newly r.mod.l.d, $250/mo. relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford your boat. 475-2427. 2tchg 6/25-22 you this office.
can only make thing worse. Call been licensed will
never
we help to
964.6311 or 964-6334 or 533.2416. Itchg 9648594. 5111FALTERATIONS. Septic Tanks, Starke. 9648121. 6/1 GREAT COMMERCIAL RENTAL Across get THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
qualified and train In
6/22 hems buttonholes tfnchg from Horde.'. In Keystone Hgtt. Could you you telling RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
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: zippers, our products. For further Information
WALDO VILLAS now renting off and Oil MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine be living quarters In addition to commercial CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
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patch. etc. Drop contact Richard D.Voe FinanclalManagement
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townhouses, 1 8 2 BR. 468.1971 or and Rhonda. 473.0042 or 4733289. or could be lu.t your home.Call THE TELEPHONE.
7 7 a.m.-1
week ,
pick up. days a p.m. System, Inc., Lake
4tchg 6/8-29. Classified deadline
4682777. Equal Housing Opportunity.. 964.5587. Pinehurst for details. 473-3527.2tchg6/15.22 Butler 4961384. I. MONDAY 5
Variety across tfnchg. 5/25
6/15TF from Southside Elem. 100 S. GOOD OLD FASHIONED CLEANING LAKE FRONT COTTAGE 2 BR. tcreened ATTENTION-HIRING P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 bath 5/25TF Hwy. Home, office, real estate preparation. porch swimming tithing nearKeyttone. Government |lobs Minimum charge is 15 word.for$3.50,

on 1 acre $275/month. 1st and ROOFING REPAIRS Meticulous, reliable, prompt HONEST. First, last ft security, your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
: pressure washing.Call 1(602)838.8885.( ) Ext. R9127. 6/15 Stpd.
deposit. 9643038. 2tchg 6/15.22 964-6341. Terry Parkt. 4tchg Unbelievable full range of duties "I 473-4186. 2tchg 6/22.29 6/29

TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME) quiet 6/829 will give your property the tame 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred.AC, BE ON TV Many needed for commer
location partially furnished no STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINI SERVICE respect I want others to give mine. full both refrigerator everything furnished cials. Now hiring all oget. For casting WORK WANTEDFAST

children. 782-3344 782.3942. 6/1 5TFc. : all makes and model cleaned 4730685Keystone only. 2tpd 6/15.22 except 6/27/13$200 Information call 1(615)779-7111( ) ext.
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME locatedIn HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Beach turning month. 473.2667. 4tchg
oiled and adjusted $15. New and us T946. 6/15 2tpd. 6/22
ACCURATE
TYPING Done In
country ..C. nice yard edging driveways 8 walkways, raking RENT OUR MOUNTAIN HOME 2 BR, 2 my
quiet. ed. Hwy. 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.) ATTENTION Earn money reading books! home. Term ,
manuscripts
ft bagging leaves, & papers
9645630. Itchg 6/22 964.8733. 6/8TF mowing bagging BA In Franklin NC. $200 w..k. Call B. $32.000/year income potential. Details envelopes, .,c. Very reasonable. Call
THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath mobile home, C.C.'s PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SER gross, roof sweeping, gutter cleaning Callaway, 4733960. 2tchg 6/22.29 call 1(602)838-8885.( ) Ext. B9127. 6/15 4961320. Itchg. 6/22
7823481. 2tchg 6/13-22 VICE: licensed Insured reference, land clearing trimming tr... t LAKE JOHNSON Keystone lakefront 3Ipd.6/29
SMALL 1 BR HOUSE bu.h... Call Eddie at 4732278. 2tchg woodland vacation home, 3/2 deck
to
mow. total care, carpet, tile, everything. A/C HELPER Full time. Lake Butler area. MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL
$175/month. Older coupe preferred. Residential and commercial. 782-3089. 6/22-29 boat. June 24. $200 week. Full time benefitt. Apply at Sawyer

964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFlmm 4tchg 6/8-29 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG 904-788-8058. Itchg 6/22 Gat office In Starke, SR-301. 9647701.

THREI BEDROOM TRAILER) no children WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME: all ages, ING HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call DILLSBORO N.C. Daytime Own transportation and valid drivers SUNDECKS BUILT 10'xl2'.
$200/mo. 9648255. 2tpd 6/22-29 plenty of experience. Have 17 mo. old LaRue Leveling Service for all your temperatures 70's, nights In 60's 2 BR licence and mutt be 18 yeart of oge or $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair romps
3/2 HOUSE) CH8A with fireplace, child. 964-6341. 4tchg 6/8-29 foundation repairs. Keyttona, cabin on Tuckoslegee River Easy access older. 6/15 2tchg. 6/22 screened porches Call 496.3521, after
above-ground pool 'lots of yard tpace. DANNY WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE: free 473.7721.7/9TF and close to quaint village with ATTENTION) EXCELLENT INCOME For 5 p.m. 6/22 Stpd. 7/20
Avail. 7/1. Call now for appointment.Rent estimates. 9642213. 3tchg 6/15.29 g.at restaurant, scenic train ride. 25 home assembly work. For Information JET'S
$375 plus deposit. Castle Properties NEED HELP WITH HOUSEWORK or odd minutes to Cherokee 15 mlnutet to call 1(504)646-1700( ) Dept. P2512. Itpd. FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK
USA, Inc.. William D. Tiffin. lIc. jobs? Coil K&K Cleaning. Let us make Blue Ridge Parkway. $250/wk. Call Today 6/22 CLEARANCE SALE. May 25.June 25 50
Real Estate Broker. Itchg 6/22 you Queen for a Day. We provide '_ CARS-TRUCKS-VANSMOTORCYCLES 475-1678. 4tpd 6/22.7/13 INTERNATIONAL AUDITOR LAKE CITY p.rc.nt off all clothing (selected exceptions
15 ACRE HAYFIELD Clifford Martin residential or commercial needs. We 2 BR-1V4 BA tingle wide MH with porchon COMMUNITY COLLEGE The Dlstrkt noted In store) Jewelry
9647145. 2tchg 6/22-29 are members of Chamber of Com 3 acres overlooking lake with Board of Trustees of Lake City Community shoes, etc. 265 N.W. 7th Ave lake

TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME furnished merce. Personal References. 964-4908. 111 FORD RANGER XLT 4X4 for tale. privileges. Partly furnished with College, presently has a position Butler. Hours: Tues.AThurs. 10 a.m. to
or unfurnished on Grilfls Loop. 2tpd 6/15.22 Call 964.7869 after 5 p.m 2tpd 6/15.22 washer, dryer 8 AC. 473.0033 or available for an Internal Auditor. 3 p.m., Fri.-noon to 7 p.m., Sat 9 a.m.

$185/month plus $100 deposit TRACTOR WORK MOWER TILLING: Call 1MI YAMAHA "550" 767 miles, $1100: 4737901. Itpd 6/22 This petition It part-time employmentand to 3 p.m. 6/1 4tchg 622AUCTIONSID'S ,
9648704. Itchg 6/22 Carlton Craft anytime.964-6697 or Jim 1977 "750" shaft drive Yamaha $700. 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX near elementary requires a Certified Public Account BARGAINS Saturday
TWO BR, TWO BATHS mobile home furnished my O'Steen after 5 p.m., 9647387. 473-3211.ltpd 622'B6 school $365 p.r month. First last and degree. This part-time position auditson June 24 1 to 6 p.m, furniture, boby
or unfurnished. In good loca 2tchg 6/15.22 FORD F150 XL LWB loaded towing negotiable deposit. Call 473.7221 after an at needed boils this position Items. 100 percent of Items 685 E.

tion. $200 a month plus $100 deposit. DUMP TRUCK FOR HIRE: will haul package, Brama topper low mileage, 6 p.m. Itpd 622HOMES reports directly to the board of Main Street. Itpd 6/22
RETIRING FOR GOOD
9648704. Itchg 6/22 anytime but dirt. 7823266. 2tpd Reese hitch/sway bar v.ry clean. '82 Trustees with coordination of Board Going traveling
All Items 25 discount 40 E.
TWO BEDROOM APT stove, ref., nop.t. 6/15.22 Wilderness travel trailer AC awning FOR SALE assigned duties with the College Presi percent
Main Street. Sid's Wednesday
.. $65 weekly plus utilities. Deposit. CHILD CARE at my home. Age'/ yrs., .self-contained very cl.an.473.0452.. d.nt. Contract salary will be Jun. 21-Saturdoy Bargains, June 24. Itpd.
964.6232.Itpd 6/22 lunches and snack, 7 am.5 p.m. Call Itpd 6/22 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft.on negotiated by the Board of Trustees. 6/22" ;
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KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR, 2 ba doublewide 964-2746. Itpd 6/22 --- lake Geneva, lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. Interested personnel should submit
191. FORD FESTIVA 4 their resume to Mr. Roy Boyd Lake City MARTIN TAXI ft SEWING MACHINE
home dishwasher Call speed AWFM
mobile central air RE-ROOFING: $675 for 10 squares. Retiring owner must sell. Assumable
private pier. $325 weekly. 533.2602 or 9644239. 6/22-7/13 radio Must sell. 964.7699 or 475-2668 mortgage 149500. 14734375. 4tchg Community College Rt. 3, Box 7, REPAIR SERVICE Courteous service
after 5:30 Lake City Fl. 32055 later than June and reasonable rates. Home
p.m. 2tchg 6/15.22 no sewing
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752.4339 or 755-2672 (Lake City) 4tchg CHILD CARE in my home. Have vacanciesnow 6/15-7/6 '
29, machines cleaned oiled adn
1989.6/221tch9. adjusted
6/22-7/13 964-7145. 2tchg 6/22-29 ... 3 BR JV4 BA 1600 sq. ft. lokefront. :
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t\STATE (MPlOYEESineeoT Kome* ''' Bos/to* BABYSITTING' IN'" MY' HOMEi"Waldo' <- Perfect condition. Motivated owner* '" $10. All work guaranteed 496-3651
250 SW 2nd Avenue, lake Butler.' 4< :
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your work? We have clean mobile Villa, Apt. 13, off 301 In Waldo. Come transferred 49000. 473.7912 4tck. MOBILE HOMES 6/8-29

homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF and see me. Joyce. 3trw 629LOSTFOUND HELP WANTEDHAIR 622713ATTRACTIVE FOR SALE --- -
FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities ALMOST NEW- brick home,

paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA DRESSERS NEEDED Full time at 3 BR, 2 BA on 3.5 acres. Country atmosphere FOR SALE OR RENT
HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF hair Designs by Joyce 1at the new but close to golf course. Only USED DOUUEWIDES Three to choose
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC Keystone Village Square. Experienced 65000. Century 21 Showcase Properties from In stock. We finance 5 percent
extras, reasonable rentt. PINES wanted. 2720452. 3tchg 6/1-22 Inc. 4734903. 4tchg 6/22.7/13 down. Call 7555114. Circle B Mobile .HUNTERS PARADISI Secluded 24-plut
Homes, Lake Fla. acres with mobile home, patios. Deck
City 5/18 7tchg.6/29
SR 121 Lake Butler. 7/14TF MARKETING REP-
4962366. Strong communicationskills
ONE BEDROOM LARGE HOUSE: unfurnished CHILDREN En.rgy efficient 28'x7rY. 4 overlooks fish pond with walk bridge
TWO BEDROOM, remodeled newcarpet HOUNDS lost near about the
newly 2 BLUE-TICK COON : knowledgeable areaand and ttream. Never before hunted
on on. acre of land. For sale, bedrrom, 3/4" plywood floor.,
paneling etc. Unfurnished. No Bradford-Union line. 9646273. Itchg Interested In meeting with area $29.500 or will rent with option to buy. matonite siding shingle roof. $245 per deer wild turk.y and fox. $510 a
kids or pets. Quiet In country. 6/22 businesses to discuss membership.Send Call 473.2436 offer 5 Itchg 6/22 month. Call 755-5115. Circle B Mobile month first last security. Satellite dish
964-5630 nights. Itchg 6/22 BROWN MALE CHOW lost In Lawtey resume to Terri) Bowman Cloy p.m. Homes. Lake Fla. .6/29 optional. Call 496-2027 or 3326411.
SMALL APARTMENT In Lawtey; $180 Saturday June 17. He was wearing Collar County Chamber of Commerce, 1734 City. 518tchg. 6/22 4tpd. 7/13
CHEAP 1989 14' wide, wood 2
month. 7823949. Itchg 6/22 with red ID tag toying "St. Paul". Klngtley Ave. Orange Park FL 32073or bedroom t bath appliances Included.siding
regarding call 264-2651. 6/22-29
2tchg
Any Information
6995. delivered to lot. Call
whereabouts, contact Ophelia PART TIME COOK and nurses aide your
please positions
FOR SALE 755-5114. Circle B Mobile Hornet, Lake
cQ\\A,11:(; UJ1jt W"U. ltt Its rm Bright, 782-3283 or 782-3741. Itpd 6/22 4752108.available 2tchg 6/22.29 at New Life Acres. City Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 .

,," PATRICK'S PUB Now taking applica COUCH AND CHAIR. Fair condition $75. NO DOWN PAYMENT if you own your
473-4574 after 4:30 6/22 own land. It won't cost a to buy a
p.m. Itpd penny
scHOOi.: ; .. ; RU"I waitress tlon. Day IL night.Call Bar,for package It COUCH/HIDE-A-BED water skis: waterbed beautiful new home. Free credit check JK

after positions.5 appointment ; 75 Ford Grand Torino; '65 Ford by phone. Call 755-5115, Circle B :
p.m. 4739718. 2tchg Country Sedan Station Wagon Mobil. Hornet, Lake City Fl. 5/18 StumpGrinding
In less than 8 months,you can earn WANTEDWANT 6/22.29 7tchg. 6/29 .
473-4186. 2tchg 6/22-29
a career In cosmetology SALE OR RENT Financing available. See

.. PivfcMloiuI Penaiwltad tiumieUon- TO BUY used aluminum tin off Bonnie Sid's Mobile Home Park. I

.. sob All_phue of co,.jw tolofy chicken houses. Will removeWaycross LAND FOR SALEMH MOBILE HOMES Behind SS. Call 496-3715 evenings. '
tMe..tane.ENROlL Ga. (9122851610.) 4tpd Itpd. 6/22 Specializing in
NOW I Iisss 6/22.7/13 FOR SALE
HAwmom 372-0007 LOTS Clay County. Some on paved Stump Removal

road. Close In KH. $500 down $78 2 BR/2 BA-24X44 OW.All electric with LOST/FOUND

month. 4734375. 6tchg 5/18-6/22 CH/A. Big boy windows ft 12X16 utility'
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LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks, 14900. shed on 5 acres, fenced ready to 964-9300
$500 down. $181 month. Phone move In. $25,000 OBO with some 2 1LUITICK COON HOUNDS lost near
BRADFORD AIR-CONDITIONING 473.4367. after 6 p.m. 4755675. 4tpd owner financing. 4737619. 2tpd Bradford-Union line. 9646273. Itchg

& ELECTRICAL I ISenIce 6/8-29 6/15-22 6/22 -

Call. i

.. 1Jr. 80"". ....._ : NOW HIRING

7 Da,.. A Week BRADFORD ALUMINUM 12 ACRE $520 MONTHTO

$2 995 .I'-I'D.1 CitbeDII. + &: 'TRACTS START

FOR SCREENING FOR SALE appliance Evenings: company 0-1O p.m.has New sev.-ral local

: poaalona open for full and part-time
964-5166 help. We offer excellent starting:pay
We Service All Makes&Models r Boulcss HlahwauIncludes good worldng conditions and a chance
ti Screen Rooms Pool'Enclosures Tor
career opportunities. Must be high
964-5171 Window and Central UnitsFall '
Septic' school graduate have car. and neat
'R or-OVers'.Any-thlngWltb' appearance. No experience nrccsanry.
,. ... '"" Aluminum DIM Will Train. For Interview, call
Wednesday.Thursday and !Friday
\Ji: % FOJFt' SAIiE. if;;; ...".' ,$,< qJ l1-l1 OOIL between 1 &Sp.m.180OO4OOOOB ..
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:< or 964-2979
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I [ Ar e.a.oA..d.s .I.t. UN. LPN HELP NA end WANTED 'TE.. WILLEGARa., 9JS it

WO small specialty "'
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hospital seeks energetic and experienced I ; .. ., v ', :: ,. .
for full-time/part-time ..!t" ;: ''' .''=hl I '. }' > :1. .'

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE YARD SALES boy lor C PRN positions. Apply "., .'
Ramadan Hand Institute, lake Butler .
RENTLEASESALEOFFICE Hospital P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler, or '
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, A* low os SATURDAY 8 A.M.I Numerous call 496-2323. 6/1 TF

SPACE 500 It. lor rent on $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. TF household Hems. 803 Parkwood Place. CLOTH CUTTER-EXPERIENCED. work
'q. NEWSPAPER PLATES, aluminum Itpd 622SATURDAY shirt and pants 18 C 12 dozen high. J
Hwy 301, Stark. Apply at Durronce
Pump Supply 964-7061. 8/25TF measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for 4/14. 9 III. Mens and ladles Starting salary $6.50 per hour. Piecework
FOR SALE BY OWNERS mall mobile patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 bikes, clothes, children clothes, misc. to $10 per hour. Benefit program
W. Call St. 964.6305. TF after 90 days. In MAX-E
Apply
horn park on Grllfli loop (Rd. 100-A). Items Everything priced reasonably.Out person
Four lots with three mobile homes and NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer US 301 South past 301 Quick Stop CORP., Hwy 20-A. 4814361. 3tchg
room for mar. Rental Incom. $700 r.gular machines and sergers. turn right on Rd. 227 go approx. 1 Vi 6/8-22
monthly. Call otter 6pm. 964.8970 or Plnehurst Variety Store, across from miles, turn right on Rd. 225. 3rd houseon SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS, experienced
Southslde Elementary School. or will train. Starting salary
964-443O or 964-8703. 2/16TF left gray trimmed In black Itchg
4
964-5587. TF $3.50.$4 hr. Benefit after
6/22
OFFICE per program
FOR RENT 301. Rent
negotiable. Contact Hwy Ron Denmark, ALECIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur BIG SALE Saturday, 6/24, 9.2 p.m. 90 days. Piece work. Earn to $6 per
9604.S516.13TF Gosklns. 7823140. 6/8TF Household Items, radios tables hour. Apply In person MAX-E Corp,
COMMERCIAL RENTAL 3200 plus ft. IO-BOY CUB 154 TRACTOR with 3 It. belly lamps, clothes, bottles chairs door Hwy 20-.... 481-4361. 3tchg 6/8.22 P
iq. In condition. $1900 EXPERIENCED SET-UP DELIVERY mobile
mower good
historical' Call Street business district shutters and misc. goodies. Hwy. 18
firm. Can be seen Sat S Sun. Call one mile West of 301. Itpd 6/22 home man, must have chauffeur's
old dim. Here will renovate for good
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; 4682266. 4tchg 6/8-29 license. Experienced only need '
FRIDAY SATURDAY 9.3 Behind applyat
p.m.
tenant. Call Bill Green, ((904)) 2227500.
RIDING 8 Stratton like Doublewlde Home Center of
6/1.22 MOWER Briggs Boyleis Hwy. Baptist Church. look for Lawtey
4tchg new, 8 hp 26" blade, $400. Also lots of signs. Itpd 6/22 No phone calls. 5/25TF
RENT WITH OPTION 137.139 E. Call St.,
tools. Coll 9646362. Itchg 6/22 RNs ft LPNs NEEDED at a rated
corner of Thompson. 3500 I.f. first MOVING SALE Frl, Sat., Sun. Rain or superior
floor 2 Iluccoov.r brick. Loading EXCITING NEW CLEAN AIR SYSTEM, The shine. 718 Laura St. Washer S dryer, nursing home F"lIlIm./parl time and
story Clean Room Antl-Partlculate Filter Plus PRN. 12 hour shifts' available. Competitive
front and rear. Clyde W. Simpson, Sears Kenmore heavy duty 6 mos. old;
NonScents odor adsorbent Is the most salaries If enjoy| working r
1.90..356.68..9. 4tchg 6/8.29 New sofa and chair color TV' table and you rTerwillegar
FOR LEASE Across from KOA/Wol-Mart. efficient cost effective system on the chairs' pressure washer 6 mos. old; In a friendly caring atmosphere at a
REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft..S600; 1250 market today. Call Keith ((904)) plus much more 1956 Chevy 2 door; rewarding job, call 964.6220 and ask
tq.lt.-U30 1000sq.ft.--290. 94-1447 4682423. Itpd 6/22 1955 Chevy 2 door; 1977 Chevy pickup. for DON. 2tchg 6/15-22 ---
or eves 473-3627.; 615TFMOBILE SEARS AIR CONDITIONER, 25,000 btu, Everything goes. Corner of Laura St. JOIN THE CLEAN AIR TEAM I Looking for -
maintenance agreement available. and SR 100. Itpd 6/22 people Interested In demonstratingnew Motors Wins.
$"75. New ceiling fans, $25 each. YARD SALE pink house across from Old clean air systsm. Fullparttime.Call ..

HOMES 964-4536. Itpd 6/22 Glory Feed Store on SR 100. Frl' S Sat., 9 Keith ((904)) .68.2..23. Itpd 6/22 Clyde Terwillegar. chairman of the board of Terwillegar Motors
OKRA*.PEAS SQUASH and other til 6 p.m. Kids clothes and household RN or LPN for 24 hour case In Lake receives the Bradford Improvement Award for May from the Chamber'sDr.
FOR SALE vegetables. 964-4556 or 9647555. Itpd Items. Itpd 6/22 Butler If you can give 8-40 hours, Bil Marchese.

6/22 TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Fri, 6/23, 9-3 please call ((904, 964-8772, Upiohn April recipient was the Bradford Fair Association for its Improvementsto
TWO RECLINER CHAIRS, 1 black and 1 Healthcare
1982 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME: 14x54 !> m. 512 N. Water St. Itchg 6/22 Services 3tchg 6/15.29 the main building at the fairgrounds. (Editor's Note: The Telegraphstaff
burgundy. $15 each. Good condition. SUPER PARTY PLAN, national
a
plus bedroom addition 3000. company cannot find the Fair Association's negative to print the picture).
964 6179. Itpd 622RECONDITIONED Is seeking to fill
964-6551 4tpd 6/8.29 HELP supervisory positionfor told the Chamber Board of Governors that Ter-
and WANTEDRN the' Clyde Terwillegar
WINDOW AC $80 89 season. No collecting no In-
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1985 BR MH willegar Motors Is a $21 million gross sales business with 50 employees In
dead alive.Ed's .
up. We buy appliances or vestment no delivering. Work out of
excellent condition.
Only $129.07 per POSITIONS, 2 full-time its combination of a Ford dealership a Chrysler dealership the quick-
positions
Appliances 964-2966. Itchg 6/22 your home. Sell toys, home decor.o.hlona ,
month. No cash needed Call
Bill
964-2623. 6/8.29 LATTICE, Pressure treated 4x8, $8.99. available Med/Surg experiencepreferred. A Christmas with the No. 1 lube Penszoll business a Keystone new car satellite operation,and its An-
SINCLEWIDE 4tchg CLEARANCE SALE Charm. All standard sizes pressure treated Paid time off program. App- company. Call Cheryl 19042664962. nex No. 1 used car operation on US-301 south.

Ing 2 BR, $11875; Enhanced: 2 BR, lumber. Stephen Smith Lumber, 7 miles ly to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery 2tpd 6/15-22 Terwillegar now headed by Byron Terwillegar, has a payroll ap-
$12,577; Special BR $13.355; Perfect 3 South of Starke on 301. 468-2624.Itchg Center SR 100 A 121, Lake Butler. FULL-TIME SECRETARY! 50 CWPM, confidential proaching 1000000.

BR, $14237; Lovely 2 BR, $14.521; Ir 6/22 4962323. 3/16TF experienced, flexible personto The Fair Association plows profits from the county fair back into the
resistible BR $15,365.; Tremendous 3 BLUEBERRIES, .60/pound U-Pick; COOK NEEDED, experienced, energetic.Buddy's provide administrative and medical fairgrounds. Some $50,000 was spent in ceiling and air-conditioning the
BR. $16726; America's Largest Retail 80/pound we pick. Dana. Shane 8 LakeFront Restaurant. staff secretarial support. Medical terminology main fair building which has already become popular for civic events.

Hwy. 301 N., Stark. FL964-6407. Itchg Morgan Reddish 9648414. 2tchg 4682080. 51ITFSALES'ERSON desired. Competitive salary, It'll be a couple years before the second fair building can be done says
6/22 6/22-29 NEEDED send resume to excellent benefits Apply to Personnel FA President Ray Norman.
STOP!II I DON'T BUY a mobile home until 4x4x6 POSTs pressure treated $2.90; P.O. Drawer 228, Lawtey, Fl. 32058. Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler
you learn how volume pricing will save 2x6x16 pressure treated, $6.25; '/," S/25TF Hospital P.O. Box 748. Lake Butler, Fl
you money I Hughes Mobile Homes, CDX 4 ply plywood $7.500",8; LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT for small retirement 32054 (9044962323.) Itchg 6/22
Slarke, 964.6408. Itchg 6/22 waferboard $6.50. Stephen Smith home. Non-drinker older or HOUSEKEEPING AIDE, part-time.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1989 DW 3 Lumber, 7 miles South of Starke on 301. retired couple. Call .468-2619 Su-EI's Previous experience preferred. Applyto
4682624. Itchg 6/22 Retirement Home. 6/8TF Ramadan Hand Institute, Lak.Butler
BR. 2 Ba, only $197.83 per month. No
cosh needed. Call Bill 9642623. 4tchg CAMPING TRAILER: $1100. Also live-in CONSTRUCTION S7-$14/Hr./SUB Hosplta P.O. Box 743 lake Butler Fl.
6/8.29 trailer 1000. Call 964-2550 after 5p.m. Hiring All Phases Now 32054. ((904)) 4962323. Itchg 6/22

1990 FLOOR PLANS are rolling In. Unique 2tchg 6/22-29 Need Several Trainees. 355.5500J&H MATURE LADY WANTED as live In com .1
layouts extra value, new Ideas. SEVERAL ITEMS: Baby bad $50; baby swIng World $95 Fee Refundable panion for elderly lady. Must have cor

Hughes Mobile Homes, Starke, $9.75; stroller $7.50; walker $7.50. 21pd 6/15.22 964.6149. 3tchg 6/15.29 ,..
964.6408. Itchg 6/22 1976 Ford Maverick 6 cyl., AT, PS PB, ASSEMBLYWAREHOUSETop UNIT SECRETARY and Certified Nursing .t
$595. 4734508. Itpd 6/22 Pay.All Shifts Open Now. Assistant positions available. Experience
12x52 MOBILE HOME: 1981, $3,000. nice
FRESH CUT OKRA, Coll FT a PT Trainees Also.' 355-5500
and clean. 1 BR. Located NW 40th St.., 5 every day. required. Apply at Bradford
miles on 229. 9648310. Itchg 6/22 9646314. 2tpd 6/22.29 J&H World $95 Fee Refundable Hospital. 964-6000 ext. 347. EOE. ai ,
SEVERAL ITEMS Sears chest freezer$80; 2tpd 6/15.22 2tchg 6/15.22 Y Y ,
OUR JUNE CLEARANCE sale Is coming to
a close! Don't miss out! Hughes Mobile ping pong table $90; air conditioner INSTALLS $ TOP PAY $-. All types now. UNIT TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION '

Homes, Starke, 964.6408. Itchg 6/22 $15; canning jars S/l. 964-7604. Itpd Will train. Subcontractors also. DIRECTOR, Northeast Florida State i r Ir
6/22 3555500. JSH World, $95 refundable.
TWO MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE: ((2)) Hospital a progressive 738 bed state
12x48 1 BR, 10x40 2 BR. FOR RENT: 24,000 BTU CARRIER AC, used one summer 2tchg 6/15-22 psychiatric hospital located 25 miles
Small trailer tot Westmoreland Trlr. retail $980 asking $450. Also 40 OUTSIDE WORK full time, part time, West of Jacksonville Is recruiting for a
Park, 964-7961. 2tpd 6/22.29 running fl. shelving 8 ft. high 2 ft. $7-l5 hourly. Immediate openings. Night Administrator ((5 p. .-1:30: a.m..
wide, No. 1 material, 6 sections. $450. 355-5500. JSH World. $95 refundable. Monday-Friday). This Is professionalwork
9644099. Ask for Kevin. 2tchg 6/15.22 2tchg 6/15-22 planning and directing the administrative -
ATTENTION HIRING) GovernmentJobs activities during the evenIng -

HELP WANTED: your area. $17.840-$69.483. Call and night shifts. Minimum requirements -

16028388885. Ext R3493. 4tpd Include Bachelors degree Tops In Mechanics, Welding...

Licensed NOTICE 6/22.7/13 and four years of professional direct BIIS Senior Charles Hodge,left receive an award for Auto Mechanics...
EASY
WORK! EXCELLENT PAY Assemble care service experience In a social
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted products at home. Call for Informa- rehabilitative or health care treatment Richard Canaday took home the award for diesel mechanic, while Dane

Cosmetologist- to the Bradford County- tion. 504641-8003() ext. 9579. 4tpd program two of which must have been dark at right receive an award for welding at. .the BUS Senior Award

W ..w..a I Telegraph office In writing and paid In 6/22-7/13 In. o supervisory capacity. Excellent Ceremonies' last week. "" t ..
** Tues. Sat. advance unless credit Is already 'ANYONECAN APPLY I Guaranteed State benefits. Salary range $23,749.18to .> "
established with this office. VIsa/MC US Charge. Even with bad $$39,732 annually. Submit State of
One Evening Per Week credit. No one refused. Call Florida Servicemen
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE ((213)) application or resume to Personnel
925-9906 ext. U4424. 4tpd 6/22-7/13 121
Call Glenda HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN NEFSH Hwy. South Mac-
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA I clenny FL 32063 ((904)259-6211.) Loiacano Loiacano is a 1986 graduate of BHS
THE TELEPHONE. Openings available In several areas EOE/AA. Itchg 6/22 Cpl.: Jimmy and has been in the Army 2V4 years..ta.sn.tM .
9644151HELP Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON, will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620 HARD WORKING WAREHOUSE .PERSONto Arrived in Germany
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ext. 362. 2tpd 6/22-29
drive forklift and do warehouse ,
Classified prior 1o Thursday display deadline publication.TUESDAY, DRIVERS WANTED, Must be at least 25 work. 468-1393 after 6 p.m. Itchg 6/22 Cpl. Jimmy A. Loiacano arrivedfor
years old with clean MVR and three duty in Bad Hersfled, Germanyon AFFORDABLE!
5:00 P.M. Classified
: Special
placement Is NOT Guaranteed.display years flatbed experience. Must have June 4. Loiacano is the son of Yf.fl.L. APARTMENTS
good verifiable work record and be Helen C. Jones of Starke and RobertL.
WANTED
Minimum for classified ads Is St.
charge 922 E.Brownlee
able to ICC physical, test and .
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for pass drug WANTED Loiacano of Conyers, Ga.DIABETES
back Excellent with Rd.
paid
x-ray. pay Camp Blanding
ADMINISTRATIVE each word thereafter. $1 billing charge
will be added to each CHARGED benefits for; rlght/.r.an. If Interested FL 32091
TRUCKS Starke
i ASSISTANTSend classified ad. and .. call
1-800-342-1277 Mr. Hunt. 3tpd
I 622.76PART.TlME 964-7133

Resume to: R.V.I. CAMPERS, MAINTENANCE and yard BUYERS WAITING
TRAVEL TRAILERS work. Also to help In feeding dogs and 2 & 3 BR.family oiiontod,with

Starke Bradford County assisting In training. 4851174. Itchg WE. PAY laundry &largo playground.

I 6/22 Free electricity; first month.
ChronberofConunerce 1971 MINI MOTORHOME, 23 ft. Win- TERRI JO'S COUNTRY KITCHEN 1531 S. To learn more about diabetes,
P. O. Box 576 nebago w/Dodge chassis, loaded, Walnut St.. Need short order cook, CASH call Tel-Med and ask (for these Rent :10% of your monthly

Starke. FL 32091 great shape. 4851746. 2tchg 6/15-22 waitress, dishwashers; all shifts. Apply tapes by number. Call 964-4596 or income if you qualify.
1973 GOOSENECK TRAVEL TRAILER, self In person 1-" p.m., across 301 from 37S-0007. -If)'ors yarn $3.:.')par II r., 40
contained, sleeps 4. $1,400. 9649123. Wal-Mart. Itpd 6/22 E 2 WHEELS AUTO SALES
11 You may have diabetes and hrs. a JJc-r*, have 3 dependents, I
Itpd 622STARKE X-RAY TECHNICIAN PRN apply to not know It rent would be about$llZ.
Ramadan Hand Institute, lake Butler 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE. your
Hospital', P.O. Box 748. Lake Butler Fl. 22 Foot care (for diabetics and a month or$3.73 per day for

32054. (9044962323.) 2tchg 6/22-29 STARKE. FL others with poor circulation days left in. month for mOlle-n

Him FEDERAL, STATE AND CIVIL SERVICE 233 Diabetes In children after 1st.Qualified.
609 Answers to questions often
JOBS Now hiring your area. $13,550 964-7703
o Sis gkt Accepted.
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to $59.460. Immediate openings. Coll asked about diabetic diets
1-315-733-6062 ."t. F3014. Stpd 6/1-29 610 Diabetes emergencies Move-in cost can be at low as
RADIATOR .&: 611 New trends In the diabetic $10.00.

TRANSMISSION INC. No Down diet Low Income
Payment 1169 Pancreatitis See. 8 Housing

"!Handl-Houia Wirmirta' __=___.J. Rents for 30%
COMPLETEAIR e C&C Mini-Storage Tel-Med Is sponsored by the Auxiliary Equal f-Your Income
of Bradford Hospital, Inc.
CONDITIONING Garages Greenhouses 964-8848 Tennis Housing If You Quality


SERVICE! Storage Bldgs.3Ol"3.Acrosa .
TRAIN FOR CAREERS HIBECRETAKT
.>. $10 per Hour OH Learn R. V. DURRANCE

Pett FUo la Town To Take A Leak With A Friend tot$5 Each (W- i io.
From Cat Mark 474330 Of PUMP & SUPPLY

Comer 964-6810 KOA? (964-6306 ,..'. .'
9OlcV8R16Aheatump o EXECUTIVE SECRET! ART Well Drilling
Wai mart
WORD PROCESSOR .
HOME STUDY/RES. TRAINING Rotary 2" to 6"
to. I I I I .
Students Include KHHS '. '''U'I! I.W i/\// ,' Vf'\lI' ; I$ ,': ..PumpsAll
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Team Members !ls S'fAN'CE Sizes

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.lfJ Div. of A.CT.Carp, '
i will1ee1l i/fIAR NOW HIRING: Natl. Hd tr..,Pompano Beach. FT. '

anyone' I arrdJJtyon Welder &: Equipment Maintenance; 'i :

contfortaraewith. c rio TRAIN FOR CAREERS Of .a

4.- eat fA. Good Benefit Package -. Starting Salary
uPnpJ
.1 ;, $7.50Hour.. Send Applications to
AIRLINES ... .
_. h. ;'; P.O. Drawer A., Starke Florida 32091 -CRUISE!:UNESTRAVEL : Visit! Our RhowroomFo
AOEIfCTES
*Ytnir Parts
A HOME SruDY IRES.TRAINING plumbing
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j!J ....onXI..1200.heel pun ..... flNYMAt; Alb VVAflADlEJUD

. H f. .... ft' II'lbaundtopnwide..IooIina....'<* ... ( 964-7061!
) J r. ; ; comfort.Beau the XL BOO; Wailicfttaf rLAOEMENTL8003277721
frin: "'pump.bedud by sn CMclusivt msnufH> I II
,'i- tunics 10 year snuMd warranty..tech u.. I BUILDINGS 884 N.Temple Ave..Starka
I i'; ; __. __ compressor. end col,plies. yon as pin .And &
tie ml s super high lficxncy.kelps feduo fourentrfyusaciiajnerlonf BENT Eves Weekends:
LEASE OR
f : .Cslf ,FOB A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL 064-7578
f Sods,far mwe details as the TRAM : RafL Hdqtre..Pompsuto Beech. FL
I Xil.200hWTip.Fin ne- 1 STORAGE BUILDING

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<< Air Conditioning Contractors
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964-8O25 I .. CONTACT ROB ROBERTS
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Prosecutor Completes Course Renaud Murder viewing family and friends. A dif Habitual Offender do for grand theft. ting to more that$4,000.After his ar-
Still A MysteryThree ficult investigation has been made Gets Light SentenceWhat In January of this year while on rest he was released on his own
Len more difficult by the absence of SCRAP (supervised
community recognizance at which
time he
c algiCircuitteofttFlo idah months after the murder of several people closest to Meghan.At dO"ou release ) from Cor- tinued con-
have to do to get a program Lawtey to forge additional checks,
graduated from tbe Executive PrO: 12-year-old Meghan Renaud, least six people left the area soon prison sentence worthy of the rectional Institution, Jeffrey was and again was arrested.
authorities
secutor Course of the National Col- tion have no further informa- after her death and have not returned crime?Local authorities are confused working at the Starke Golf and Coun- With gain time and good time,JeC-
lege of as to who killed her or why. said Aderholt
District Attorneys. He the ty Club where he stole a checkbook probably be out of
attended prison
"We by recent sentence of a man
are actively the before
the 16th annual session of the continuing Meghan's body was found March. convicted of forgery. for the club's gold account. At the the county can file one re-
course held at the investigation Into Meghan's disap-- 23 in a wooded area near her home in same time he
University was caught writing maining of
of Wilbert C. Jeffrey, was charge forgery which is
Houston from pearance and murder but we haveno Deer Foot Trail south of Starke. She 391
June 2 through June 9. further sentenced to three in the checks on personal account of Paul pending,said one officer.
information and had
no probable been shot in the head. Meghanwas Faulkner. DOC refused to
violate has
Department of Corrections June 12, Jeffrey cases pending in Columbia
Register cause to arrest anyone, said reported missing March 20 and the same sentence he received 11 Jeffrey since he was one week away and Baker Counties.COOkiNG.FORA. ,
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participated in the Investigator David Aderholt.The an intensive search of the area from his completion of sentence.
course with the 64 elected and appointed department has been following began which led to the discovery of years ago in Hillsborough County The victims in those forgeries '
when he
chief prosecuting attorneys and all new leads as well as inter her body.A.Z. 1978. was convicted of forgery in were Roy's Grocery, Florida Bank, :
assistants '
from throughout the In 1982 and 1984 in Gainesville he Winn Dixie, Jackson Building Supp- / :
country. These ;
secutors heard policymaking pro- was again convicted of forgery and ly, Bryan Ace Hardware and '}:GOOD DC7V., ?' '
ideas and I discussed to, shared Adkins Jr. Services HeldA.Z. sentenced to two years. In 1986 he western Auto where Jeffrey cashed ,,, CMcIcIfHi ,
way improve checks for goods and "
was sentenced to in Orlnn- money amo\ln-\ !
the effectiveness wo '
of years 'r '
their office in -:: >><. prosecuting criminals. The subjects (Andy) Adkins, Jr., died Wednesday, June 14, at his home in -- -
studied included the prosecutor's Gainesville after a year-longillness with cancer.The son of the late Circuit 1
discretion in charging crimes,office Judge A.Z.Adkins and Lois Edwards Adkins of Starke,he graduated from
administration, community relations Bradford High School. He later graduated from The Citadel in Charleston,
and constitutional law S.C. and served during World War II as an infantry captain with General
Patton's Third Army forces in Europe.He was awarded four battle stars,a David A. Giant
combat infantry badge, two purple hearts and two bronze stars for
The College, founded
in 1970, provides heroism in combat.
continuing legal education to He fought in the Dec. 16, 1944 Battle of the Bulge in Luxembourg. When Former Assistant State Attorney with the 8th Judicial Circuit
attorneys in local,state,federal and his battalion commander was killed,and his company commander severely -
military prosecutors' offices wounded, Adkins took charge as commander and directed a pullout of
Courses offered include annual summer the battalion when replacements arrived.
sessions of both the Executive After the war he entered law school at the University of Florida and later
Prosecutor Course and the Career joined the law firm of his uncle,J.C. Adkins,and cousin,J.C. Adkins,Jr., Announces the opening of
Prosecutor Course for assistant prosecutors now a Florida Supreme Court justice. He was county solicitor for Alachua
plus over 20 shortcourseson County from 1958 to 1972, later entering private practice.
violent specialized crime subjects such as Surviving are his wife,Dorothy,of Gainesville; a son,A.Z.Adkins III,of private practice in High SpringsFor
and trial skills. The Gainesville; a daughter, Anne Custer of St. Augustine; and two sisters,
College also publishes books. Hazel A. Guy of Gainesville, and Lois A. Pope of Norfolk, Va. -_
The College is sponsored by the Mr. Adkins owned a summer home on Kingsley Lake, where he spent :
American Bar Association, the Na- For General Trial Practice Including:
tional District much of his free time. Monday through Friday
Attorneys Association Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 16, at the First &3O 5BO .
the American College of Trial United Methodist Church in Gainesville, with Rev. William E. Shea and Criminal Defense DUI & Traffic pjn.Tuesday
Lawyers and the International Rev. Walter B. Rutland conducting the services. Burial was in Evergreen LAW Wills & Probate Evening tQ 8:00 pjn.
Academy of Trial Lawyers. Cemetery, Gainesville, with Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home in charge Saturday by Appointment
Guardianships Business Matters

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I Church; .. from page SB Collections Marriage Child Custody & 1025-5 N. Main St.

church in Starke that is adding onto Support Personal Injury &
(SR-230)).The one-half mile road trip vices until construction is finished, Its existing structure.The First Bap- Wrongful Death 454-431 0
for the 40,000-pound church building back in the church building by tist Church began construction of a
cost $5,500. The historic building September.? three-story addition to its church in
joined two newly-built buildings at 'The good Lord willing and the September of 1988. The building,
the new location. creek don't rise, and the way its which when finished will house a
Patton said he hopes to have his been raining, the creek might rise," fellowship hall and Sunday school
congregation, which is meeting in he said. classes, is expected to be completedin LAW OFFICE OF
the church fellowship hall for ser- First Presbyterian is not the only about two months.
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I Land Sales in Bradford County Hover Just Under $2 Million MarkLand I

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sales in Bradford County for Levin Griffis to Beulah Napier, W ,Woodlawn, section 32,' T5S, R22E, $9,000.L. Plum Valley Investments, Inc. to Wilson to Clyde A. and Ruth HAsher
the month of November, 1988 were 5 acres of block 1 South, Range 5 $f,500 J. and Audrey Kite to Timmy Brenda A. Chila, N'i' lots 17 & 18 1.36 ac. In NE'4 of SW': section
just under the $2 million mark, being East! Simon J. Temple's, Subdivision Roman M. and Betty J. Alvarez to Hampton, lot 14, 1.05 ac. in SWU' of Plum Valley Harbor, an unrecordedsubdivision 27, T6S, R22E, $87,000.THIRSTALERT.
$1,956,900. of Temple's Mill, 15200. Walker B. and Betty Starling, 5.45 NEV4, section 11, T7S, R21E $5,000.L. on Lake Geneva, in
Two large transactions during the A. J., Jr. and Jean S. Thomas to acres partly in NE'/ of NW"4': and J. and Audrey Kite to Sidney Government lot 3, section 25, TBS
month were the former J. M. Ed- G. Gray and Michelle Flynn lot 38; of partly in SEV4 of NWV4, section 14, Newman, parcel 26,1 ac., W 132 ft. of R22E, $8,500.Jack Your body needs more liquids dm,
wards, Jr. property on Edwards Lakewood, Unit No. 1. $3,000.: T6s, R21E, $42,000. E 1716 ft. Of S 330 ft. of S'z' of NE'.", ing hot weather. especially when
Road, sold for $334,700, and the Thelma H. Farr to Jasper Lee and section 11, T7S, R21E, 5000. B. and Linda G. Sewell to you're exercising or engaged /in
Bryan's Ace Home Center was Donald F. and Louise D. McKac to Willie Mae McKenzie, 1.5 ac. in SE'4 Norman A. and Phyllis J. Burnett, other vigorous activities. The NCI i
bought for $298,300. Stevenson Construction! Co., Inc.. of SW<4, east of SR-200, section 32, lot 6, Keystone Club Estates Unit 1, tional Safely Council reminds yon"
Values of transactions are deter- parcel on CR-100A in NW.i' section T6S, R22E 8600. Willie Mae McKenzie to Nancy Replat, in section 24, TBS R22E, that being thirsty is not a good i i/,
mined from the amount of documen- 31, T6S, R22E 6000. Loe Dixon, 1.5 ac. in SE''":. of SW'' ,, $54.000.() dicator of your body's liquid requirements
tary stamp taxes affixed to deeds as Richard D. Murray and Linda K. Thomas S. and Frances M. Hainesto section 32, T6S, R22E, $37,000. since you're already
recorded in the office of the County Murray to Richard L and Carol J David C. and Shirley R. Wilbert H. and Genevieve A. Walker B. and Betty Starling to dehydrated when thirst sets in
Clerk at the Courthouse. Only salesin Wehling, parcel in SW'' i of NK'i.' Chambers, parcel in sVi of NE'/4' Nelson to Fredrick Gerald and Roman M. and Betty J. Alvarez, N The Council/ suggests that you l
excess of $1,000 are considered in section 2 T6S, K2IE. $52.000 section 36. TBS, R21E. 9000. Audrey K. Mims Pappy parcel in 97.5 ft. of W 260 ft. block 33 Crosby make a regular practice of drinking
this report.Sales Government lot 2, section 36, TBS Lake Subdivision in NE'I of section water several times a day. Increase
for the month were: Thomas B. Adams and Conrad (I Margaret E. Hennessy to Arthur R22E. on Lake Santa Fe. $90.00(1.( 24, T6S R21E. $30.000. your intake of liquids before during
Matthew and Jean Bertash to D. Wolfe to Mark A. and Ann A ASCII-, Edward and Hilda I. Bowman, con- and after physical activity-,, ''
E. Billingsly, 18.99 acres in W'a of W 100 ft. of S 565 ft., block 7. Government dominium unit C-4 of Geneva Oaks Albert L. Nobles, dba Nobles Dry Donnie and Janice L. Walker to wait until you've finished excreting ,'
section 31, T6S, R22E, $152,500.D lot 1, Lakeside, on Little) Santa phase I, $211,000.! Wall and Painting Co. to Clinton Osscar E. and Linda L.Pearce 2.5 when drinking too much liquid, l
E. Billingsley to Alyce Trulock Fe Lake. $107,500Edward L. J. and Audrey Kite to Elizabeth Eugene and Laura Drowdy 1.0 ac ac. in SE', of NE''.,, section 5. TGS. may give you cramps. Avoid, '
and Goldie Herrin, 8 parcels, con- C. Harvuv to Lois ( Hollmgsworth, lot 6, 1.04 ac in SW'4 in NE"4" of NW'' .", section 11. T7S R22E $10,900Mary alcoholic and caffetnated bt'veralle"which
stituting UTe holdings of J. M., Jr. Crawford, parcel lying in lot 22. of NE'i.' section 11, T7S. R21E, R21E. 17500. H. Ogleshy and! Linda actually deplete body fluid.
and Betty Ann Edwards in section

31, T6S, R22E; section 36, T6S,
R21E; and section 1, T7S, R21E,east
side of Rowell Lake $334,700.G. .
K. and Dianne F. Ely to
Bryan's Ace Home Center, Inc., 1.24
acres in section 32 and 33, T6S,
R22E, City of Starke, $298,300.
Terrence M. Brown to Michael L. Write Your Own Deal !
and Donna P. Hartley, lot at FrontSt.
$89,000.. and Walnut Street City of Starke,

William C. Byrd to Willie Mae
Cannon, lots 48, 50 and 52 on Pine ,
Ave, Crystal Lake Homesites: in
SE'/ section 1, TBS, R22E', $15,000
Jesse C. and Judy Dukes to

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$28,000. '. '" ] ? FAULK ;"f
W. C. and Mary H. Emor ,'to. TOMMY: Says :,
Michael M. and Teresa G. Hewes, lot'
27 Geneva Shores an unrecorded, "Make job easier at :S''Chevy/Olds. Write Your .Oi Peal! "
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subdivision In government lot 1, sec? my OriafjW : -.r !> ,. tOSStoh !:
tion 36,.TBS, R22E $8,000. ?' ** : >
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firiadis, .34 acres in WE 3. of SE4t! ORlAN WELLS ';' V''j. . 1 r
section 20, and partly in NW'oft.. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBD.E Ia '; "4't i \ ,t :., ,. 3 "
SWV4 section 21, T6S;. '.R2 ,E..: PO. DRAWER 1236. US 301 :NORTH : ,; / : -.r b t'i, .
Dalewood, City of Starke $41900:;: STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 '. : "I> ..r.-. ;
Gerald Griffis Construct+ Coi'; ru o d ay ((00,11964.7500 ,:r .4 ; ,1/,' ;.. ,,:.
Inc. to Pamela A. Macy .34 acres In DATE 'SALESPERSON. '

NW/4- of SWV4, section 21.-'T6 S; John Doe : .;;;\ ,, I\ ('It'!. .'1 :......, ", s +
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R22E; Dalewood City. of" ".Starke.., ,' ,. PURCHASER: D.O.8. D.t. fI;" a r
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Finance and Mortgage, Inc.,,"ac.; < .t;"" .T ... 'i". "
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11 L., T7S J., and R21E Audrey, 8800.-;Riteto'Fl y L eEi; PURCHASE VEHICLE TRADE VEHICLE SSN .;',-.i" : '" ,.; ,;,,:-., ., '_b ''

Finance and Mortgage Co; Inc. 5.66 STOCK"/ r; 'r..' :K.tsr7fmt "- ;Atr'?< '," ... feto

acres in SW/4 of NE'/ section ;31,, YEAR SELLING'.. "i '!i.'t"''' Ur.w'"I" .... ., ,.
T7S, R21E. 29000. "j "
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section 11, T7S, R21E $5,000.. "..
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parcel 19, 1 acre, the south 132 feet bf NEW V/N It I
the north 1188 feet of the east 330 feet TRADE... V/N/It
of the west 990 feet,of NW Sa of SW"4,
section 11, T7S, R21E, 9000. l\tANAGER'S
L. J. and Audrey Kite to Joyce E. NOTES
Salvatore, lot 8, l.ac. InSW'I4:Pf Autpr.at U/C '.Ref :{
NE'/4'and lot 7,.1.75 ac. in SW>:4 of TITLE = 66 DAYS ONLYTAG. :

NE'/4 both in section 11, T7S, R21E, TAx

22000. N..r/Tran..
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L. J. fend Audrey Kite' to Fleet PAYOFF '
Finance and Mortgage "Co. -Inc.; TOrAL PRICE buy ( / 'J'\ new or used> car truck or van at

parcel 30, 1 ac., the N 132 ft.'of E 330 DOWN:' PAYMENT r YOUR PRICE!
Ft. of W 660 ft. in NWVi of SWW, sec LIEN HOLDER: BALA.\ICE DUE- i

tion 11, T7S, R21E, ds$5,000.L. ADDRESS: 1
J. and Audrey R. Kite to James STATE ZIP Morono! :; I I Buyers On Hand
and Margaret Cassese, lots 1 and 2; ACCOUNT:/ / : For HI Dollar
2.20 ac. in S\V'/4 of NE'/4, section 11, gUOTE BY: TILL Bring
T7S, R21E, $21,000.L. PHONE: : AMOUNT TradeInAllowances p I
J. and Audrey R. Kite to Fleet Your
Finance and Mortgage Co.' Inc., BUYER S' SIGNATURE''
parcel 32, 1 ac. in S 132 ft. of N264 ft. INSURANCE AGENT: Payment
of W 330 ft., NWV4 of SWV4 section. ADDRESS: Book
11, T7S, R21Ed 5000.: : or STATE: ZIP Co-SU1rER'S9IGNATURE Bank Reps On &'.'
Randall S. and Kim B. Martin to INSURANCECOMPA.NY: : : ; j

Jack F. and Lilly! M. Bullock, parcelin MANAGER' SIGN+ E Hand For Instant Checkbook. !
SEt, section-, T7S, R22E POLl CY /I' ... I
ds$33,650. EFFECTIVE DATE: ""tu.PIkn,. .." ..I.....nW MLetuhpe,1,, ......t.pu"'I..u'I.". "'h.u.' at Ya. Credit Approval I !

Duayne L. and Oveda D. Runnellsto D E D.: ::::,"::::R',::-M inmmwn,o' .nrt';:'.:,:,':., / E. and Nancy Morgan, lot BY: pun N+;a..mu.'.w.4" ''"q'Ly.n a,4w.r W.coop.ro la ,
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39, Oak Avenue in Crystal. Lake i
Homesites $59,000. ; .. '
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SEV4 of SWV4 section 36, T4S,.R21E,,, .' 1 'C'O"MPLE EljPA"NT } IpBiQ ;

$45,000. :' ;, '!; \ ,r' .. '\ "Xl, ,\ .' ij.,'..: I.,.. .
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Roddy, lots 8 & 9, block '4;' in -* 45Q
Southgate Replat, City off Starke, 4' .f) & Minor Repair
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E. and Lucille Whitehead to 'i- COLLISION REPAIRS FRAMEWORK
Leslie iJ. 1t' Mt\.. .. .,
Russell Gilbert and Mary Lou Lar- ,, .. 'y'".ip Free Estimates Free Estimates. ;;
rimore, 1 ac. and .72 ac. in section 1, ; .: '
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1 Knights Replat-of:'KigWs>'St31IWmsion 1\\ $ Dr., ,22,000 miles .4x4 .# 4.6+j iit': [ X.H H Coupons'!good thrpugh June,;,19B9gr : ;:;
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George W:. 'and"" ;irfargir&V'i # F'.o ; ,s8 333 $9'17'1! + I .
,:Brown to'W. David Sikeavl/c.-pafdef; :, : running board. .:. .'V'STFordRangeit ..p Sf tI:, 4L,l,. .' I'rCONDITION. CHECK )P' .II""AoI..nd.. .$, 'A995' .'' r'

partly in.10t'4 ,and"partly fmfot'f,'' !<' ",, !, ,t I YLB cFuee: .$995 I o.! ;:', : I
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.$53.000., fe) .1\'r\ jM8&2:: :: ; '-.83Clievy" Silverado ",[ ,ffiQ'. ( utlal: ems .t J- --'- :":';.' -: .fi;.;,,_ ... .. -_- ., _1,,_.
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