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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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More thundershowers are predicted for Friday, with a 60% July 4 Actlvltl.i. . . . .1. i
chance that rain will fall on your field. Clearing again Saturday andSunday Girl Scout. . . . . .21
with afternoon temperatures returning to the mid to high Crlm. N.ws. . . . ....,. -- ..
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Afternoon tides at the St. Augustine beaches will be low at 12:15: A,.. D.athi. . . . 71 II
Thursday, 1:13 Friday, 2:09: Saturday and 3:06: Sunday. Camp Crystal . . . .11
The moon will become new Sunday night at 11:59 and will rise ClaMlfl.d Ad .'.111 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side I of Heaven
with the sun Monday morning, at 6:32.: Hunter Safety law 128 100th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents: Copy:
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Worth SubdivisionRegulations


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Schedule Change...

Due to the holiday, the regularly
scheduled blood pressure clinic at
Bradford Hospital has been
rescheduled for Wednesday, July 5
from 1 to 3 p.m. The blood pressure
clinic will resume its normal
schedule in August, being the first 'L Weakened
Tuesday of each month. IL +wlytit7ri
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Businesses Closed... 1
Bradford County's proposed subdivisions Board Member Connelly.:
Many local Starke offices and regulations were substan- "What don't you say! 10 or more,"
businesses will be closed for the tially weakened Tuesday night,June suggested realtor Ceil Terwillegar.
Fourth of July Holiday. School .. ,' ,I." 27,when the Zoning Board voted that Replogle repeated that his suggestion
Board, closed Monday and Tuesday ;.1' development of 10 lots constitutes a of five units is more freedom.
Bradford County Courthouse, subsivision, rather than three lots. Lowell Garrett the senior planner
closed Tuesday, Starke City Hall, ...., -,.... a,J'i "It's a big improvement," said with the North Central Florida

closed Tuesday, local banks, closed '. building contractor Warren Stevenson Regional Planning Council
Tuesday. who has taken the lead in (NCFRPC) who drew up the proposed -
__ r ... ,, __ fighting the proposed subdivision regulations, pointed out the
Head Start... T : regulations which Stevenson says regulations were based on Chapter
: are much too tough for rural, slow 177 of Florida Statutes which defines
Head Start is now accepting ap- Umw growing Bradford County. Realtors a subdivision as 10 acres and three
plications at 1080 North Pine Street, says requiring a paved road into a units or lots.Chairman.
Starke, for children ages 3, 4 and 5. '
t. ? three unit development would virtually Replogle pointing out
Free child care, dental care, kill real estate sales here. the proposed regulations compose a
medical services, family services Trying to protect "the little guy," proposed road law triggered by a
and transportation services are of- TLT I Zoning Board Member Spiros subdivision, and that in Bradford
fered. = Drivas took the lead in increasing County "...three lots is awfully low
the definition of a subdivision from for paving roads."
Food Pantry... three lots to 10. Drivas asked if, At 10:07: some three hours into the
The Bradford Ecumenical Food under the proposed regulations, it meeting architect Drivas suggestedthat
Pantry is in need of canned was true that an access road to a a subdivision be defined as 10
vegetables especially beans, 10-acre tract deep in the woods, off a lots and five acres. "I hate what
peas and corn. These items green are no I road, would be a subdivision if the we're doing picking a number out of
longer available to them thru the /// owner wanted to divide it into three the air," said Drivas.
food bank of Jacksonville.You lots."Yes It's simple, said veteran building
contractor L.K. Whitehead, there
may drop your can goods at said Zoning Director Dar- .
has be lots to for
the following churches this Sunday: rell O'Neal to enough pay paving
First Christian Church, First i "Well, I'm against that," said a road.
Presbyterian Church, First United g'g'I :UH: Drivas, an architect. 'It's the market," said Bill
Methodist Church, Madison Street i t The statement drew a big hand McRae, meaning there must be
Baptist Church, St. Edwards from the audience of some 50 enough lots to make the lots affor-
Catholic Church, St. Mark's I t \ realtors, who had dwindled to about dable when a paved road is required.
Episcopal Church, First Baptist 30 when Drivas made the statementover "Now I understand It, Bill, its the
Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist ,, ', two hours into the meeting."That's market," said Connelly. "We haveto
Church. what we've been saying," give enough leeway.
They appreciate your support in somebody shouted from the back of Connelly appealed for the realtorsto
helping to reach the needs of the t j, 1 the room. live with the 10 lots and five acres
community. So, the zoning board and the au- to make a subdivision, and to go the
dience of realtors knocked around county commission July 10 in agree-
the definition of a subdivision for ment with the weakened proposal.But .
nearly an hour. realtor Bill Dodd rejected the
Trade.
Learn .
a "Please, understand we're not try- overture, saying, "These few little
The Job Training Partnership t jL ing to impose on you things you can- changes are almost a slap in the
Act (JTPA) will send you to schoolat not live with&"" said Zoning Board face. We need something we can live r
the Vocational Center, if you : Member Med Connelly. "Help us with here in the county. This is our
qualify.There. \ change it." livelihood. We're not going to sit by
are openings In Commercial Chairman Rip Replogle, who and do nothing."
Vehicle and Driving t____ k carefully led the zoning board At the realtors' request, the zoning
Cosmetology, Clerical, Welding, I through each section of the proposed board agreed to also recommend to
Heavy Equipment and Hor- Improvement Award... rules, proposed about 10:52: p.m. to the county commission that a com-
ticulture.For have five lots or units to constitute a mittee of realtors be formed to study
further information contactMs. Job E. White, manager of the Starke Branch of C.R. provement Award Committee of the StarkeBradfordSmith subdivision, rather than three. the proposed regulations. Realtor
Velma Mitchell at the local Job CPA, PA, receives the June Improvement Chamber of Commerce. Drivas reiterated, there is still no Lavern Outlaw said the realtors
Service Office, 9648092. Award from Dr. Bill Marchese chairman of the Im- differentiation between a little guy have never gotten input into the proposed
and giant developer. For instance, subdivision regulations, and
Restored Landmark Gets AwardA Drivas said, 10 acres divided into should be allowed to do that.
Child Find... three lots would be a subdivision, The zoning board also agreed at

Do you know a child with a han- just as would 200 acres divided into the realtors request, to recommendto
dicap? Call Street landmark, the Brad- Florida Institute of Architects. The chandeliers, the massive fireplaces, 100 lots. But the impact of the the commission that the realtor
Child Find is one part of the ford County Bank building erected in most striking feature of the buildingis and the art glass windows. 200-acre development would be committee study allowing private
Florida Diagnostic and Learning 1914, has received the Bradford Im- the Call Street facade, designed in "Given its quality of design and much greater on the county, Drivas roads in subdivisions, paid for by
Resources System (FDLRS) that provement Award for June. the Neo-Classical! tradition and materials, and its association with pointed out. forming a home owner's associationwith
lends services to The 75-year-old building was pur- featuring four monumental concrete one of the leading architects of "See, we treat the giant with a a contract allowing the association
support excep- with ionic capitals, enriched Florida the Bradford Bank machine gun, and we treat the little
columns County
tional student education chased for restoration and use by to acquire a lien on nonpayer'sproperty.
programsin with egg-and-dart molding.The Building is one of the landmarks of man with the same gun, Drivas
C.R. Smith, Jr., a Gainesville certified .
six Bradford
a county area: said. "That's not worth a thing. Let's
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, public accountant, with a new owners have restored the ...,: Street," the report stated. be realistic." After more nearly four hours, the
and Union Counties. branch office in Starke. The idea building to its original nce The geometric pattern in the tran- OK, Chairman Replogle said, zoning board agreed to recommendthe
One function of Child Find is was to restore the building.The as much as possible. The dropped i "m light above the main entrance come up with a counter proposal. changed subdivision regulationsto
identification of potentially handicapped building was purchased from ceilings, installed when the buildingwas end the partition windows, appliedin Five lots is more freedom, Replogle the county commission. By far,
preschool students, and Charney Williams, who moved his used as a jewelry store, have bands and containing leaded art pointed out. the most significant change was the
jewelry store into the Winn Dixie been removed to expose the full glass shaped in a Wrightian
and What about defining subdivisionas
the location of children youth a
between birth and 21 years of age Marketplace on West Madison height of the original woodwork design. All has the geometric pattern, in the interior, five lots and 10 acres, asked (See Subdivision..p.2A)
and stained
his Starke
Street. Smith and painted are with the decorative Prarie
have handicap conditionand
who may a services. E. White, said they Been stripped or refinished to School architecture. These features
are not receiving had aired the building ever since natural wood. The large windows on were probably drawn from its architect
tions Some may areas be of speech handicapping, language condi-, the CPA branch office was opened the Walnut Street side, which had \V'"bur Talley, exposure to Freedom fest'Set Mere Jufy 4th
here four been covered have been returned to
hearing, vision, learning, behavioror years ago. the Prar1':. School architecture of
physical problems. A complete restoration has been their original design.A Henry John Klutho and others prac- The second annual Freedom Fest, a Fourth of July celebration, spon-
If know of a child who may completed, returning the building as historical and architectural ticing contemporaneously in sored by the Starke/Bradford Chamber of Commerce, is set to begin at
be handicapped you contact nearly as possible to the beauty and survey made of buildings in the Call Jacksonville.The 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, July 4, at the Bradford High football stadium.
FDLRS/Child Find at ((904)) 328-8811 dignity it presented when first open- Street historical district several bank building is a blend of Peggy Johnson and The Sound Express, a band from Jacksonville, will
In Putnam County or write ed to the public in July 1914. years ago referred to the old bank features taken from classical ar play two sets of music varying from country to contemporary. After the
FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, The award was presented for both building as the second most promi- chitecture and design elementsfashionable band finishes its sets, a spectacular fireworks display will begin.
Bostwick FL 32007.Employ.r. inside and outside improvements, nent structure in Starkethe first- at the time. Its deign Steve Futch, chairman of the Special Projects Committee, which is in
said Dr. Bill Marchese, the chairman ranked being the 1902 courthouse. breaks from the earlier masonry charge of this year's Freedom Fest, said the fireworks will be even better
Wanted... of the Improvement Awards vernacular architecture of the Call than last year s. I
Committee for the Starke/Bradford Outstandind Features... Street Historic District. Karate demonstrations are also in the works and will be performed bet-
Employers are wanted to par- Chamber of Commerce. Other materials and features in ween band sets. Hotdogs and hamburgers will be sold by the All-Sports
ticipate in the Title III Dislocated the bank, as noted in the survey, include Talley's Work... Club. I
Worker Program.The Fine Architecture... distinctive buff-colored brick, Architect Talley practiced In Futch said the events are planned to allow area residents a chance to 'I
Job Training Partnership The building was designed by laid in a Flemish bond pattern, the Jacksonville from the turn of the celebrate the holiday without having to leave the area.
I
Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job Wilbur B.Talley of Jacksonville,one frescoed ceilings in the main lobby, "We are Just trying to spark a little patriotism and pride in America,"
training positions for the long term of the leading architects of his time the mahogany, oak and bronze (See Landmark..p.2A) Futch said.
unemployed.For and one of the founders of the millwork, the brass fixtures and
further information call San
dra Demps In Lake City at (904)
758-0433 In the Florida Department Telegraph's Matthews Inducted
of Labor office.Upcoming. .
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Public meetings... scheduled in the w Into FL Newspaper Hall of FameA

coming weeks are:* Gw -

The Bradford County Commis- lifetime of "grassroots jour- 110th Anniversary this year. "The represent Florida at a national con 1
sion Budget Workshop will be July nalism" was capped for Eugene L. Telegraph was established in 1879," ference as the oldest weekly
6 at 7 p.m. at the Bradford County (Gene) Matthews, former publisher he said, "and when I tell people that, newspaper in the state, published
Courthouse.Monday and now editorial page editor of The they invariably say, 'Is that so?... continuously under the lame I
meeting of the Bradford County Telegraph, by his come on and tell us Just how things masthead. I I
County Commission has been induction .last Friday into the were back in those days.' They seem Other inductees In Florida
changed to Monday, July 10, at 9:30: Florida Newspaper Hall of Fame. to think I founded the paper,"he jok- Newspapers first Hall of Fame
a.m. because of the July 4 holiday. The award came during the 110th ed. "Actually I've only been there were: John S. Knight, publisher of
The first Tuesday meeting of the Anniversary meeting of the Florida about half that time." The Miami Herald; Hugh B. Mc-
Starke Commission has been Press Association at Sanibel Island. Matthews' selection for the honor Callum, publisher of The Daily
changed to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July Matthews, 80, was one of eight was based on his record of community Florida Union in the 1880s, and now
11, because of the July 4 holiday. newspapermen from the ranks of service, winning state and national merged to become the Florida/
"The New River Solid Waste r Florida journalism to be tapped for awards In that category in the Time Union; Nelson Poynter, I
Association will meet July 11 at 7 places in the newly founded Hall of 1950s; and his editorial stand on en- editor and publisher of The St.
Fame at the Florida Press Center In vironmental Issues Including a Petersburg Times for 40 years;
at the Baker County Courtlia.The -
C: -2! I Tallahassee.In campaign to protect the 5,000 acre Loyal Frisbie, editor and publisherof
City Council will announcing the nominations, Santa Fe swamp from being mined The Polk County Democrat for 42
Hampton
t\. FPA President Peter Cardiff said, for peat in the mid-1980s. years; Herbert M. Davidson, editor
at Hampton .
meet July 11 at 7 p.m. .. 1.Telegraph's -" '" FPA and publisher of the Daytona Beach I
"These eight newspaper veteransare During hia two terms as
Half..The
City
Starke City Council will E.L. Matthews Inducted... being honored by their peers President in 1950-51, the Florida Perry New-Journal, Jr., president for 57 years and chairmanof ; John H. I\
at Starke for service and Press Association was restructuredfrom
meet 18 at 7:3 tonight outstanding
Half.-July p.m. E.L. Matthews, left, long-time publisher and editorial page editor of contribution to newspaper jour a mostly social organization to Perry Publications, Inc., i
City The Bradford County Telegraph was one of eight newspapermen In- nalism during their careers." one with a professionally staffed, publisher of 28 newspapers i
The Brooker City Council ducted Into the first Florida Newspaper Hall of Fame this past weekendIn In accepting his award, Matthews service-oriented trade associationwith throughout Florida; and John Paul
meeting has been rescheduled for Ft. Myers at the annual meeting of the Florida Press Association noted that both the Florida Press a central office in Tallahassee. Jones, Jr., first professional
July 18 at 7:30 p.m.. at the Brooker (FPA). Association and The Bradford County Matthews and The Telegraph manager of FPA and founder and
City Hall. Matthews receives a plaque from FPA President Peter Cardiff, Telegraph will celebrate their were also chosen In the 1950s to .,publisher of Florida Magazine.
publisher of The Ormond Beach Observer.





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I Landmark. .


from par 1A
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like the Palm Reach County Courthouse .
century until the early 1920s when he and the Duval County Cour-
relocated his practice to Lakeland. thouse Annex, and the Duval County
Talley's commissions! ranged Armory.
throughout the state. He designed Talley's designs run the gamut of
churches in Jacksonville styles popular at the time, ranging
.
Augustine, Lakeland, and Tampa from Romanesque and Gothic
; the Bradford County High Revival to Classical Revival and
School in Starke, and other schoolsin Prarie School. His work is
Lake City, Ocala, Kissimmee, represented in the National Registerof
Orlando. Eau Gallie. and Sanford, Historic Places by the Sanford
and major governmental structures. Grammar School.


I Subdivision Rules.
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change m the definition of a subdivision at$150 per acre could go to $1.500 per
acres, greatly increasing taxes. _
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Healtors Protest... After the Change...
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Some 50 realtors filled the meetingroom Increasing from 3 lots to 10 the Elementary. I
Straight E's-Kindergarten and TMII-Starke .. Phot by J A. Oltip
in the Starke city hall and number to make a subdivision is -
overflowed into the hall to protestthe about halfway between the rules as The following students in the kindergarten and TMII classes at StarkeElementary Alvarez
Amanda Se fan Tanner.
) Davit) Wilkerson and Wesley Whitney
proposed regulations in their first proposed and no control, said School have made straight E or straight S grades for the and Jessica Carter absent.
were
original form.Speaking Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal sixth six weeks
grading period.
in opposition to the road after the meeting, "..and maybethat's From Ms. Greene's class: Amanda Houston, Jesse Fowler, I.u Toy a Walker Ms. Scott'lt'I.lSII, Abbie Kelly: Michael Kli/abith Johns Hasten.Dana Ryan Ross Rosier, Kelly and McBride Mary, Christina Vrastil.Ms. .

paving requirements were Jack where the county needs to be Chandler, Bryan Rosier, Jenirer Schaller, Michelle: Stewart Kobeit Stephens class: Brian Brown, Frankie Converse Michael Ostcen,
Courtnay Merritt Williams, George now. Rhodes, Stacy Young. Lola Brandon Mbe and .
Piggott Lawrence' Budget.Timothy John Myers, Jenny !Morgan I.lndsey Joyner, Jarett Dukes, Adam Wainwright -
Adams. Roman Alvarez, L.K.
Whithead, Carol Stevenson, O.R. County's Aim... Mark Reddish Potts were Detra absent Coleman v Angela Dougherty, CaraIalanl! and Georgia eddish.. Annie Stafford and Nicole Milliard.Alisha Patel

Alvarez, Bill McRae, Ralph Bryan, The County Commission, facing !Ms. Hull's class: Amber Gray, Dawnnita llerndon. Rob Kroll and Jennifer and Natalie Holton were absent. Dane
and Pete Schlosser state growth manangement regula- Watson Daniel Mattox absent Ms. UeSue's class: C'ht'ryll\lliler, Bianca Long Amanda Tyler
was
tions to be effective in the tfo's Stephens UUlttbl Hamilton. Anthony Holmes, Michael Cowart, Travis
The realtors early ,
the floor
were !
given Ms. class Justin .
Register's : DeValerlo. Matthew (lull Stacy Paterson.
first, and spoke over I1.--hours"I has pushed for subdivision regula- Alexander, Tina McNeul, Ron Whitehead and Trenton Crew.
firmly believe, this is not for tions to control under-par roads that
Bradford County. This is too much, are being built now in subdivisions.
too soon," said L.K. Whitehead. The commission is faced with "
"Growth management is soon to be residents wanting the county to take Yl iery"ourtfiSet in Starve from A to Z.
the thing and 1m for it. But this is over maintenance of the under-par Shopping .
work stoppage," he added. roads. Roads must meet county
The dream of many young people specifications to be accepted for Tuesday JuCy 4 at 7:30 Check the Classified
here is to have a couple acres of land maintenance. p.m.
with a mobile home on it, Carol
Stevenson told the zoning board. Next Airing...
the B-section
Sit SchoolStadium Section in Our
"Lotsa folks will be hurt, lotsa folks The County Commission next 9-Cigfi
will be angry." Ms. Stevenson said meets Monday, July 10, at 9:30: a.m.
of the proposed paving regulations. The proposed S/D rules are ex-
OR Alvarez said he wants to have pected to come up then.
a family of Alvarezes and in-laws ,
living on his farm west of Starke on I
Brownlee Road, and asked the zon- I
ing board to change the rules to
allow that. Chairman Replogle said SERVIJIR i
that the family situations such as iI
the Alvarezes, are exempt from pav-
ing regulations. I
Realtor Ralph Bryan, a former
county commissioners, said the Hot Buys -
local market for expensive building
lots is limited. Bryan the last lot in _
The Woods, across from the county for Summer
club, was sold for $6,000. _
The growth here is coming more
from prison inmates and prison
guards, said Bryan. "We have
guards and service station atten-
dants here," said Bryan. I

The Case for Rules... Now Thru Sat., July 8 I
UQy
The county needs rules to control
development, said Harold Hill, /
president of the Santa Fe Lake
Dwellers Association, the group that O3 a "RUST OLEUM g
successfully fought the mining of the -

Santa Fe Swamp a few years ago, Metal Saver _..._: \ 51Woodllfe )
and is now trying to limit over
development around Santa Fe Lake. WoodPreservative Spray 's.
On one lot on Santa Fe Lake there
are five houses, and the has 1 Use indoors and out to protect r
no rules to control that Hill county pointed .. .. .. -..-.- . ,..xw:.,;.. I / wood and metal surfaces. lusrollFUM .::" ., d
out. "Preservation of what we haveis Waterproofs retards swelling, f t Assorted colors available.warping t.... ;
based on rules and regulations," and shrinking Gal. : t r I 12 oz. spray. #7779,92,69 $TQPi "
Hill told the house. Some '
packed ,
changes need to be made in subdivi- II I RUSTI
sion regulations to protect the county I
applause., Hill said, to just a smattering of $549 $239


Grandfathered In...

In the proposed S/D regulations,
any development that is platted or
for which a map can be produced, is
grandfathered-m Wfs,. ?;P + 3 MEET 3g"s '7k '" > iA

Maps of qualifying developmentsmust
be filed with the county, says
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal. L
However, the property appraiser'soffice iU $
takes notice of such intentions J1

and tract when to intentions be developed are it declared could lose fora :

its "Green Belt" appraisal designation
which means land now valued (eS/liconell First Alert'

Window and Door SERIIJ 1JtR SERIII TJtR' Smoke Detector Summerizer

Hospital Changed To Sealant Assorted Keys' 2-Gallon Sounds warning alarm at earliest Summer Lawn
For most residential locks and Poly SprayerEasytofi'l sign of smoke. Hinged cover for easy
Rehab Center Weatherproofs and insulates for up American-made cars. Nickel.plated installation of replacement battery Food
to 50 years. Won crack, chip. or brass. Single. cut. Limit 2 per I, high-density tank, 18" 9.volt battery included. 5-year
peel use indoors or out. Clear or customer extension with adjustable nozzle and warranty #SA67D Provides greening through summer
Alachua General Hospital Outpa- white. 10 3 oz. #5000,10 30" reinforced hose. #2525 heat without excessive growth.
tient Therapy has changed its name Covers 5,000 sq. ft. Guaranteed

to The 3847 Rehab W.Center Newberry and relocatedto Rd., #2605 $R99tqloo

Gainesville. The Rehab Center, now $329 2/$100 $1399 $799
an affiliate of Upreach Pavilion a /
and V
complete outpatient orthopedic -
spine rehabilitation facility.
Their expanded outpatient services
range from physical therapy to
vocational assessment. Services include -
: orthopedic physical therapy,
isokinetic testing, work hardening,
back school, vocational assessmentand
physical capacity evaluation.

Annual Training U ; 'l J:;: y dSFRVIvTARan / ,_,

Will Begin July 8 ,
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Camp Blanding's largest annual HighBackBeach Ta-'l\o
training encampment will begin Oscillating Chair Table Top
Saturday, July 8, with the arrival of 36-Qt. Playmate, Sprinkler Features textilene cover with Gas Grill 20" Box Fan
more than 6,300 guardsmen from sailboat back ol chair. Three Plastic
scene on speeds and
eight states. The two-week field Cooler Combo Waters up to 2800 sq. It.l I Exclusive Adjustable back to lie flat Single burner 12,000, 187 BTU's.sq. Features blade. Steel case with tiles baked
training exercise will Include units Strong, easy-to-carry chest has water measuring aqua gauge 72- comfortably Molded plastic chrome-plated provides and fold enamel finish.. #4723
Alabama Florida molded-in handles. Includes Little. position water pattern selection dial cooking grid
from Mississippi, arms provide long-lasting wear and lock le and
North Carolina, South. Carolina,Ten- Playmate. and Playmate.. /-gal. and brass jet nozzles. 028 #1635/04600 portability, (dank not easy Included.storage.)
nessee, Texas and jug. Blue and white. #858-838 #93650

Training firing to of be the conducted M110A1 howitzerby will Include $21 99 $1 $17 99

the 14th Marine Regiment, U.S. $2499 !fj99
Marine Corps Reserve, from Dallas. J J V J V
In April, temperature inversions
and: low cloud cover during training
caused artillery noise to be heard by
some local residents. Firing was Individual deakrs. may Until quantum' Individual" deli.,"may not Sock all llams.
halted on several occasions as a Soma ttom may mUlCt items to call1IndClryllml only
result of excessive noise attributedto
artillery firing. SERV1JTAR! ,
:
Camp Blanding officials will con- '
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tinue their efforts to reduce noise
associated with training, includingthe ,
monitoring of atmospheric con-

heard ditions outside which training contribute area to noise We Can Help .: ,: ::i'1.C,

In addition to the artillery, other
units scheduled to train during the SUPPLY ':'A "
HARDWARE & BUILDERS t"
period will Include a number of ACME
medical, signal and military policy '
units. The exerci ea"wW conclude on :
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July 23.Should. : : : : -
l[ you have any questions 301 East Call Street STARKE.I.. .
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at Banding ,
regarding training Camp .. .. .
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telephone 33-3100 or 533-2288
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ICT Staff Bowk She said she does not think that be- she [Is qualified for the Job and encouraged
Writer ing a woman will make dif-
any her to run for the position.
fh.ll?* y"E' a 19-year veteran of ference in her chances in the elec- Her children have also encouraged
\ *office, fired the opening tion. her to run.
!election round In the upcoming Stirke "I think people today look It' the "They are excited and, of course, j
by announcing Tuesday, qualifications of the person,not their very supportive," Mrs. Wise said.
June. 27, she will seek the city clerk sex." Mrs. Wise said Mrs. wise said she has not heard Take
post.If Mrs. Wise has worked as book- whether or not anyone else plans to a Family
first elected, Mrs. Wise will be the keeper, financial director and is enter the race and does not have any
Clerk female city clerk, according to presently deputy clerk. She was concrete campaign plans yet.
Nell Tucker. born and reared in Bradford County "As things proceed," Mrs. Wise 'Ny Vacationat
after Clerk ;Tucker said he is retiring and graduated from Bradford High said.. "hll do whatever is
eight years at the post. School. necessary. 5
Mrs. Wise has worked in the city: She is married to Wallace Wise Ouatlifving for candidates planning Fantastic
clerk's office for 19 years. She decided and has two. children, Julee and to run for city offices
to run for the office after is noon July i
being Gary. 24 to noon July 28. The election Is
contacted by many city residents. Mrs. Wise said she consulted her first the Savings!
"I"was approached by a lot of pea husband Wallace, who is working in City Tuesday posts up in September.for re-election .. ,. ....::"r' -. T \
are
Mrs. Wise before
said.
ple. "And I feel Korea
I am qualified." she announced hercandidacy. the city clerk, police chief, and council Linda Wli.
She said he
agreed that
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I Commissioners OK Charge on Large Trash Loads l' t Walt Disney Y\ (

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After threatening to do so for certify to the county property appraiser tion with Barnes. The street was a letter thanking the Econo-Loo; *- World"I I
years, Starke commissioners finally the city's 1989-90 mlllagelevy platted in 1927 in Knights Quarters. for the donation.In Packages I,
approved a charge on large loads of Clerk Neil Tucker said. The Barnes had the property surveyedand
trash left on city streets. first thing the council usually does found the road was on his pro- other June 20 action, the council at Orlando
However, there will still be no on the budget is set the millage at perty. : !
charge for normal trash pick-ups, the rollback level, the millage to bring Equipment Donated... Marriott "
Commissioner Charles Schaefer in the same money as the Tabled a request to indemnify the
stressed.A previous year. This year, however, The Econo Lodge has donated its School Board from any legal action International )
minimum charge of $12.50 for Clerk Tucker says he doesn't know playground equipment to the city, taken against city residents using Drive
one-fourth of a load on a 2'/i-ton what will happen with the general Commissioner Travis Woods school recreation facilities. Clerk
truck will be charged in Starke, the government side badly in the red. reported. Commissoner Woods, Neil Tucker said the city, in his opi- Now through
city commission voted June 20. The The city's problem is that the utility assigned!! as chairman of the Recreation nion, has Insurance coverage and is
commission passed Ordinance No. side of the city's operations has Committee, said he would write in fairly good shape now.M December 1989]
339 which amends Section 10.4 of the money, but bond convenants limits
city code. The fee is set in the or the amount of utilty funds which can '
dinance. be transferred into the general A : ::1 ::9' : l ,:g''. v 12AJU
Commissioner Schaefer government side which pays for the "" ( : (.. per couple per day'Kids
however, that large saldi operation of the clerk's office, fire ', : : ;" .., :. .,. r.\\' ..; .. :. : '.' ." .. under 3 fREE
limbs or trash put on streets by and police departments, plus other ;.o..i'D' \ ,., fA... '' : Kids
building contractors will no longer obligations.No : .' ) ". ', "i..a:: ;, :"S. .,. 3-9. add $23.00 per child.For .
be picked up free of charge. One ex- : ': l.J: one low
ample cited by the commission was Violation... : package price at Orlando Marriott International
myrtle bushes somebody cut which The 180 foot tall communicationstower 1,8. Jh. \ t & .iS:' ,l'ei Drive, experience the sights and sounds of Walt Disney World
took three days for the city trash owned by contractor Leonard ..',' ,.. r :.. ; ... '. ... 'I Vacation Kin&dom.just minutes away from where
crew to pick up. Henceforth, there Moore is not in violation of the city's This affordable vacation you stay.
will be a charge on such clean-up zoning code, reported Commissioner '" package includes:

jobs. Schaefer who said he had in- ;g()" { :" : ('r" .I.'l( ( :
vestigated after receiving an official i ... ., ,.I ,, ., i )::: ; : ;, i,. : .L ; the exciting new Disney MGM-Srudlos
Meter Sockets.., complaint as chairman of the Code featuring stage
At the suggestion of Director of Enforcement Board. r w 9J ':''[ ''t ( ? shows, adventure rides and a behind-the-scenes look at
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Operations Manager Bill Weldon, I ;11.; ,,".,",,;'l' ,, Y.t1I.v. ,;,;P. t... ika. .. ; movie and TV production studios
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ply electric meter sockets free of and, therefore, not subject to ; ;It. ,\\\1Q\It\ !_ < MIIW\\\'i.' ; :. *
charge.It Federal Aviation Authority rules !",Prevf W :' iaUiiei29 j'Jr'Tl1)' tsdtS'I"'l:; >m'i : is. ; .nt., Epcot Center

per year will,save Weldon the said.city It some is a service$7,000 Schaefer in violation said.of the Neither city zoning is the tower code. ';' :.'.'::',.' i//;') ;'.i': \;;;"'::<11/: ; :: ';> .:, .: .:.,::. : .':; :; i iSHOwi Marriott Luxury accommodations for 2 days and 1 night at Orlando I

most electrical services no longer The tower has been wired and ; ,' ) .... .30i, :. UDY 1. :..... ';2 International Drive
supply Weldon said. awaits the proper lights. It must t!! ''': :;: # : Use of three hotel pools, four lighted tennis courts and
'It s just another one of those have two lights, rather than one, to j | \ # ',\\tl t ) beautifully landscaped grounds
give-away programs started long show pilots the tower Is less than 200
ago before I came on the council, feet high, said Schaefer. : Visit a vacation wonderland
:1Slhf that's fun for the whole
said 16-year veteran Commissioner (..F'e...'...,...f...J".g,. ., ..,,,.'i/'f'tolwbte'fridld'/ ; :, ;, J..-Wlf.. M. ...,,.1".; .: family!
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Charles Shaefer. l ldw rs' !' ridM: h1rMu't1i'M"; r J, \ today for reservations toll-free 800-421-8001,
Road Misplaced... : or(407) 3512420. '

To Meet July 11... A city street on the edge of Reno, iM: i t t ; ; ; t. *Taxes not Included Extra day S69 00 room only. Kids sleep/free when the
Because of the July 4 holiday fall between the north ends of Cherry ..: :ti .; s n : .. >>J ... seine room as parenu. Offer not valid on some dates occupying
ing on Tuesday, the council postponed and Church Streets, was built in the : I

7:30: its p.m.first Tuesday Tuesday, July meeting 11. until the wrong council.A place. Manager Weldon told ,...., ."pp... .... '. ..,'s'e.. ... .. .//I.i.- ..d"; ;. .. ..Q.1 -'t1.f. .,, ....''o.q.ues.. .. Marriott; People know how.oarflott..
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resident, Charles Barnes, ;j-"d3'. M g..oH. ; 1"rt ,
Millage Levy... reported the situation to the city. ";( 't ti, /; ) .S H 'g,,,, :, i t I
The city has a July 31 deadline to Weldon was told to work out a solu-
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and commercial and residential lit-
Vehicular traffic will be restricted.
tering made it necessary for the
on the Nassau wildlife managementarea
Commission to restrict access to the
effective July 1 according to
the Game and Fresh Water Flail area.
Commission.
Vehicles will be prohibited whenthe
area is not open to hunting or
trapping except that vehicles may C
be used. on Police Lodge Road to
Road 24 and Road 24 for access
directly to campsite ,Ion Boggy
Creek and at campsite. 2 on. Thomas

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29,19H9eblTpRJALS DOT Secretary Under Heavy Fire



For Anti-Environmental ActionsIn I




set of departmental guidelines on how to
Its June 16 newsletter, the Santa Fe Twatchmann has been a leading a treat developers who want to build in
and County Growth Plans Lake Dwellers Association expresses concern defender of the flawed process by which lakes, rivers!, or swamps. He called the
and frustration because the Department Union County was selected by DER and its rules too difficult, too expensive for
of Natural Resources and the consulting firm, Weston, Inc., as the site developers, and the fight he undertook to
' Alachua County Commission have failed to for Florida' first hazardous waste treat- relax the way the state protects its
I' Must Deal with Urban SprawlThe enforce court order directing developersof ment facility. When the Weston report in Mid-was wetlands was one of his first rule-making
under discussion
at hearing
a "
Santa Fe Pass, Inc., to remove fill dirt disasters.
illegally dumped in wetlands almost 11 dleburg almost admitted two the years ago was, the flawed DER, According to East, "In the past century 1

State of Florida is getting serious and half rejected and sent back for ex- years ago. Secretary but added "not fatally flawed"report Florida has lost 12 million acres of

about urban sprawl and commercial tensive reworking... because they were The newsletter, signed by Lake wetlands to development. The state

strip development along State not compatible with the Growth Dwellers' president Harold Hill, says, adopted a law building in 1984 In the preventing wetlandsunless
from
"The Board of Directors met with Tom developers
highways. And it's about time. Management Act. it Is In the public in-
'Dale can prove
Gardner, Secretary of DNR (over a year Twatchmann they
is
law that
The Department of Transportationhas One of the unresolved problems now ago) and he promised to take action terest. The loophole in the be allowed to

already let it be known that if cities facing Starke because of inadequate against the developers, but he lied to us. developers might of a still lake if they restore a
Unfortunantely a portion
and them damage
and towns throw additional local traffic planning for growth is the additional He reversed to his apply position for a permit gave via the an similar area to compensate." But Twat-

onto State highways traversing their traffic congestion generated by the new Governor and Cabinet, which would allow chmann has turned this so-called "mitiga-

area, then they should help pay for Deerfoot Village Shopping Center near the illegal road and boat ramp to remain in is to the environmentWhat tion" into a free pass for development.that the state At

Upkeep and improvements for segments the south city limits on US 301. With the place (at the pass). We are opposing this one point he even mitigation.proposed

highways within their boun- traffic count on 301 through Starke now permit. Frank Lorenzo accept cash as he (Twat-
The Lake Dwellers' frustration withDNR's "For the past two years,
daries. than vehicles
topping more 30,000
what he likes to call
) has brought
chmann
City Inaction in this case is reflected in
The DOT has said, in effect, that it day (large percentage is trucks), recent concerns expressed by environmentalists i.toEastern innovation and management to the DER,
builds highways to provide transportation Commissioners have been consideringthe critical of another State en- turning to an approach that relies less on
cost of extending Epperson Street vironmental DER ( of rules and enforcement than on courteous
for traffic between towns and cities, agency, Department Airlines" with would-be polluters,"

and not as a means of getting local shop- southward across Alligator Creek and sent Environmental Secretary,Regulation Dale Twatchmann.) under its Some pre- cooperation East declares. His philosophy, as he has

pers from their homes to nearby shopping on through city property to connect with are calling for the replacement of Twat- espoused it, is to reduce the number and
centers. From DOT's viewpoint, if 301 South as a back entrance to Deerfoot chmann, an outspoken engineer and SI. PETERSBURG TIMESIn complexity of rules,to treat developers as 'I

city planners and zoners continue to Village. longtime friend of Gov. Bob Martinez, 'clients' and rely on new has bestowed.technology to

issue permits for commercial strip The original estimate for this road arising from their years in Tampa, when making his case,the St. Pete reporter save that criticism which nature of Twatchmann's ad-

development along State highways, was $300,000. However, at a work ses- Martinez was Mayor. says, "Under Twatchmann,DER has been ministration In his East says, "In Florida, a
then should their fair share of Although the Santa Fe Pass problem demoralized, its staff cut, its mission natural beauty, a
they pay sion on May 23, city engineers came up state of irreplaceable
started in 1978, long before Twatchmanncame defined by the demands of industry and not devoured
the cost caused by wear and tear from with cost estimate of for the state where land is being by
a $731,000 to Tallahassee,Hill agrees with Paul necessarily by the needs of the environ- real estate development, a state
traffic congestion on these highways project. Parks, of the Florida Wildlife Federation, ment. The cost to Florida, to the mangled where relentless the drinking water Is not safe
even
within their boundaries.Not who told the St. Petersburg Times: "This mangrove shorelines that once served as notion that being nice to
the
harm,
"How can we raise that much money DER secretary is just not Interested in marine nurseries, the vast underground from them follow the law is
only that, but cities, towns, and when we can't afford one new policecar protecting the environment." Hill says reservoir of drinking water that is under polluters will naive.matte As the premise for his
counties must also take care that their ?" asked Mayor-Commissioner Bob- that Indifference apparently also appliesto assault, the panther, whose stalking Insultingly the state's top environmentalcop
new comprehensive plans are in com- by Biggs. Gardner in the long-pending Santa Fe .grounds are shrinking, has been great. two,years it has as proved an ecological disaster."
pliance with Florida's new Growth Pass controversy. Those who were skeptical of his appoint-
City Clerk Neil Tucker answered witha ment have had two years now to confirm In his State of the 'State address last
Management Act, and the regulations of Charles Lee, senior vice president of the Martinez said: "We must
the State Department of Community Af- list of options available to the City for Florida Audubon Society, says that DER many of their worst suspicions"In April never,take Governor for granted the fact that we live

fairs, the agency charged with approv- providing such funds: has been a disappointment for eight or ten dealing with the problem of solid in a state that is blessed with unrivaled en-
local years. waste (garbage), reporter East says, vironmental splendor; and we must never
comprehensiveplans included- tax increase
ing government They property -
"Last the Legislature climbed and
The beleagured Twatchmann has year yield in our efforts to preserve
which must be submitted by 1991. a special assessment or aspecial defended his agency as having made major aboard the mounting problem of garbage, enhance our natural treasures."
tax district local sales and Twatchmann called it one of his top
Several Florida counties have a option strides on a variety of environmental submita In view of the recent criticism of Twat-
already had their comprehensive plans tax, a local option gas tax, or increasing fronts, such as solid-waste legislation, the priorities.Yet DER was the last mandates to for chmann, Governor Martinez has ordered
and its sought no
bill, plan
electric rates ( two cents storm-water program, and Florida's Surface communication
approximately and
rejected because they did not deal ade- recycling no new ways to prevent landfills increased reporting
Water Improvement and
Manage-
quately with the problems of urban per kilowatt, since one cent per kilowatt ment Act. from leaking; into ground water,and only: a between his staff and DER.detail Quarterly
of the Growth hour raises an estimated $400,000 per sketchy plan for counties to deal with reports will now be required to agen-
provision But reporter Jon East in a recent articlein reducing their waste disposal. It was cy action in the previous three months, as
Management ).
Act specifies that unless year the St. Petersburg Time says, "Dale largely ignored. This year Gov. Martinez well as controversial issues coming up in
local government can provide the With this bit of bad news the meeting Twatchmann, unfortunately, is to the en- called dirby urban storm water one os the the next quarter, placing greater. em-

necessary public utilities and other broke up, without the Mayor getting any vironment what"Frank Lorenzo is to created uncontrolled pollution sources,but phasis on environmental issues.If
facilities for then that Eastern Airlines. DER's bill to combat the problem was so these efforts are successful in chang-
a development, clear consensus as he polled commis- after
As result of with of weak that some lawmakers weren't takingit ing the atmosphere at DER perhaps,
be a a meeting
will allowed to group
not oc-
development sioners when they rose to leave after a eleven years of delay and stalemate, even
environmentalists last week,the Governor seriously.
cur. This would include such items as long, tiring meeting. the Santa Fe Pass violation penalties will
has ordered increased reporting and com- The East report continues: "Barely a
roads, sewers, water, electric power, munication between his staff and DER. rescinded be enforced.
parks, schoolsthe whole bit of basic The problem is that much of the City'srevenue month into his job,Twatchmann

development needs. is restricted because of bond

covenants. At present, the City'sgeneral
What happens when there is inade- fund was described as being 'in

quate preparation for urban sprawl Bad shaoe". JI .L tters to the Editqr &
development is well illustrated by the If there was any consensus among

predicament in which Starke now finds Commissioners on this subject, it was .

itself. Although new businesses and ad- that a lot more study (and money) is .. .J' .
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ditional payrolls brought in by such needed before the City undertakes to The American

development are welcomed in any com- build -a back entrance to Deerfoot Last week the Supreme Court, the

munity, there are also problems that Village, no matter how badly it is need- highest court in our country, handed down
must be faced sooner or later. The its opinion in a case that has drawn great

State's position is the sooner they're ed.In the meanwhile, traffic on U.S. 301 comment and dissension among the peopleof fFcag3;
its ,
in opinion
faced, the better, Hence, the Growth continues to mount and is now the our nation. Even Court Justices deciding themselves

Management Plan which was enactedin augmented by local traffic going to and were Supreme divided as to what that opinion would

1984, and the updated comprehensiveplans from the new shopping center. This is be. Needless to say,that final opinion Is an
for counties and cities, which what DOT had in mind when it said local unpopular one! The decision- is not a

must be completed for State approvalby communities should pay part of the American criminal act flaglFreedom punishable I by law to burn the definite ways in which to register that 4

January 1991. costs of increased traffic loads if city of expression is truly a disagreement.My ,
planners and zoners continue to permit wonderful thing, and this nation, more so father,along with many thousands of
in recent GainesvilleSun
As out
pointed a founded on that con- others, rose to the call of his country and
than other was
"Those ) so-called "urban sprawl" or commer- any and in the Se-
editorial: (comprehensive so long as we remember that the second fought bravely admirably
plans are required under Florida's land- cial strip development along state cept and equally important part of that cond World War in the European Theater

mark Growth Management Act. The highways. concept is that such freedom of expression and the American flag went with him
wherever he went. I do not believe that he,
of Community Affairs Plans for the in- carries with it no intent, nor potential, to
state
Department providing necessary destruction to the nationnor por the others,fought for the flat itself, but
(DCA), charged with approving local frastructure for future growth must be cause to another harm or individual that the freedomof rather for this nation and the stand that
i
government comprehensive plans, has addressed in the upcoming comprehensive expression by the Individual ALWAYS this nation took in putting down an evil and ultimate downfall of other nations in the

let it be known that it expects cities and plans of both the city and the coun- mandates that such choice of expressionbe oppressive empire that threatened of Asia to overtake and- history of the world who forgot these
the made with wisdom, and responsibilityfor all of Europe, much This, to me is LIBERTY and
things.
counties to adhere closely to the plan may be turned possibly the rest of the world. The
guidelines and expectations laid down down as those of other counties and results.the For immediate no act stands and by far-reaching itself. It is a American flag was a visible expressionand Liberty SIBILITY.always carries with it RESPON-

in the Growth Management Act. Of 64 cities already have beenand it will be fact of nature and physical law that thereis symbol of the stance taken by the Betty Ann Lewis-Alvarez

plans submitted so far to the depart- back to the drawing board for the com- always the "ripple effect", either seen perilous United States combat.I of.America in that long and Starke

ment, about half have been approved prehensive plan. or unseen each, publicly citizen of or this privately nation is! believe, that if we as a people and as a
Therefore,
nation are to survive and continue with the
Toll Roads lilt
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charged with that responsibility respect of other nations, and as a leading
am a citizen of the United States of world power, we will only do so if individually Motorists Twice,
America and I enjoy its freedoms, benefits and privately and Letter Writer Says

Errors in DOT's Toll Road Plans and privileges.certain rights My and Constitution privileges. I publicly, we hold collectively fast to the original and Editor Telegraph:
I guarantees basic which this countrywas .
believe my Constitution also mandates precepts upon the to In a recenf letter to The GalnetvUU sun
that I, while these rights and foundedincluding rights Edward B.Kissam of Micanopy expressedsome
enjoying
MillionsGovernor ourselves,worship as we choose,
and govern
Cost Taxpayers privileges,act my private thoughts about toll roads which are
public life as a citizen wisely and respon-- to peacefully assemble ourselves In agree- so sensible I hope you will pass them on to
sibly.As a citizen,I must abide by the laws ment or disagreement, to work, to bear your readers. I'm sure Mr. Kissam would
of the land, or suffer the consequences arms In the protection of our homes and not object. I quote:
Bob Martinez spoke to "everyone involved" knew the 'plans prescribed by law. U I disagree with the our nation, to live where,we and wish to voice, to pro "A recent trip to Cape Canaveral via the
fairness our
and laws of this nation, or its policies,my Constitution mote justice and Florida Turnpike and the Beeline Expressway -

Florida publishers incomplete. The project mind all the while the
newspaper and designs were guarantees me certain and opinions, keeping has prompted some thoughts
editors Saturday. concerning his long is now more than a year behind about toll roads in general. .

term and short term desires concerning schedule and has already cost$3 million "There is an aggravation factor to the
expansion of toll roads in the state. But more than planned. Must We Pour On New Pavement? frequent stops at booths on the Beeline

unless the Department of Transportation of state-owned land given to one getting In the right lane finding the right

puts its house in .order some of Maps firm by DOT were inac- EditorTelegrap. .".-6..."._..._--I thy poop l..*.tA...tK.*. area .and..- .farm_--- change etc., which is enhanced by the added
consulting cost of traveling the road ($2.05 from
these goals may be a long time coming curate, and the department later had to One of the basic goals as stated subdivision in the: work. Baa people anyone out stopped! U so, It to will consider probably the Orlando to the Cape). It seems basically

for land it had donated to a local proposed Bradford County unfair that some roads should be doubly
DOT has been under the gun mon- buy back is Insure I fall to plight of the poor landowner who, for
regulations to prosperity. taxed ( tax the toll) and this Is
the be forced to sell gas plus a
district to complete
ths because of budgetary problems; try- water drainage comprehend bow making things! more economic reasons, may particular burden on local frequent users.
ing to rush up starts on segments of the project. expensivepaved streets, curbs, gutters, part of his property-lose it all? "Since these user fees can be put up to

toll road network and relying on bond DOT ordered a contractor to stop fire hydrants and street lightscan Insure At for me, you could probably classifyme cover bonds to build more toll roads, thereis
after discovering in prosperity. but I am one by great tendency for our transportation
issues for financing work on the turnpike project to at- u a poor person
Commission
trying
Is the County because I value the officials to want to this
in the DOT of massive cost choice. I live here expand system
there was no money because
December rural atmosphere of Bradford County since It can be done without using\ the term
treasury. overruns and constant revision. It paid Congratulations) to Matthews more than I value large paycheck, and atc. These tolls ARE taxes, and with In-

Now it comes to light that the contractor $1.3 million to terminatethe Letter to the Editor: life In the big city's fast lane. I came hereto tervVm gratified that our legislature is
with its attendant taking a hard look at our Department ofTransportation
flaws contract. L. escape overdevelopment
mismanagement and design I would like to congratulate Eugene
of and. I the Turnpike
coupled'with too much rush and push to This is just a few instances of the Matthews (Gene, as we know him) on his natural crime habitat., pollution The thought and destruction of Bradford: Authority. Expanding hope this system will

speed up. Construction caused costly goofs made by Henderson and his henchmen being inducted Into Fame.the Florida Press County becoming'Just another part of deteriorate the qualify of life as well as
Association Hall of
delays and increased the expense of toll at DOT, not to mention the Gene baa brought credit and honor to Jacksonville sickens me. the environment in Florida. A New

ramps and plazas on Florida's existing mistake of routing the proposed himself and our community. He la most I do not desire paved roads with gutters shire England, campaigned governor,on I the think issue New of ridding Hamp-<

turnpike.The Jacksonville/Tampa toll road through' deserving of this award. It Is appropriate' curbs streetlight*. I desire the feel of the state's highways of tolls. He won and
State's most environmentally that he Is being recognized an outstanding the good earth beneath feet, and
report was withheld from some of the my the tolls are gone. I would like to see this
$2 sensitive areas in North Central journalist minimum Impact of noisy costly Issue put before the voter of FlorIda. ',
legislators debating a proposed Mr Matthews., has always worked for polluting automobiles in my Immediate environment "Faying whatever gasoUce taxes are required
billion turnpike expansion although Florida.No what be thought was In the beet Interest of I take great joy in watching the' to maintain and build necessary
Secretary Henderson had received the wonder the House of Represen-- Starke Bradford County our state and na grey heron fishing in the shallows,the red- roads something think the public will
report of an internal investigation in tatives balked at making a massive toll tion. While nona.of us have agreed with shouldered hawk calmly observing me support, so long a* it baa confidence In
The Tribune had to file a road decision at a rushed-up special session him always -on all things while we have from his perch on the fallen log the DOT At present. It doe not, due to problem
May.' Tampa admired him. many for
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respected ppilea woodpecker drumming well publicized In the past year.
RecordsAct after the regular ses-
lawsuit under Florida's Public immediately small communities have not had and the chorus of frogs on a rainy "The Florida Legislature has a major
before DOT would .release, the sion. newspapers,he has made possible for us summer evening.I Jolt on its band to oversee the DOT and
damaging report.. .The next special session is now booked to have one. He has bean an Inspiration to realize 1 am a minority, but still I have restore public : them to
many of us and baa always been willing to view and values, and to' disband the Turnpike'Authority, discontinue
October by which time it is hoped a right to my my .
for
Among other things'; the report says help. We love him for an these attributes. live life accordingly bond financing and put our roads on .
that DOT awarded a $19.9 million contract that DOT will have its house in order we.wish Gene the very best In the yean my a pay-M-you-go-basU."
to reconstruct toll ramps and and its turnpike financing firmed up. If to come and thank him for his friendship Please,County Commissioners and Zoning Intoextinction Thanks. Mr., Kisaain. I couldn't have
session too could un. and contribution through the years. Board don't ordinance me aid it better myself.
plazas as part of Henderson's. "Push" to not, that prove Sincerely, -let
Judy Mlscally,
da Klein Lawtey.I"
speed up construction, even though productive. A.L.Crosby,Jr. ,Heilbron Springs ,





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Joiner-Frizzell Married PageSA ,

School News.
Lawtey .

May 20 at
Bayless Hwy. The following students received awards for the 1988-89 school year:

Perfect Attendance...

Miss Joy Joiner, daughter of Janice Joiner of Starke, and Alex Jodie Brice, John Diggs, Beverly Hires, Trisha Moore ryan,
Jr.,son or Alex/rizzell of Dadeville,Ala. were united in Frizzell Leslie Henry, Khlana Williams, Amanda Bennett, Marcus Campbell Dan-
marriage May 20
at Bayless Highway Baptist Church. ny Wilkison Terrance Tyson) Kristlna Shuford, Maurice Strong Diana
Rev. Leaton Morgan III Smith, Sarah Bennett, Beth !Slater, Yolanda Strong, Samantha Cowart. <
performed the
shaped candelabra, flanked on each side ceremony with In front of a heart- Gerald Clerk, James Johnson, Demetria McNeal, Charles Strong, Joni l
altar rail was adorned with a basket of white flowers spiral candelabras. The Griffis, Henry Strong, Tashamah! Aaron, Greg Baker, Quinta Johnson,
was accented with and the kneelinglbencb Michael Richardson, Curtis White, J'Amil Houston Brian Sapp, Jackie
large white bows.
Palms
well as were placed in the choir Bowles, Shannon Brown, Laterra Johnson, Tracy Prevatt, P.J. Harris,
nUl8e
points throughout the church. The family pews Jessica Mundorff. .
were marked with white bows.
Nuptial music was performed 'A' Yearly Averages...
by Julia Ripplinger and Buddy Ball. Best
man was Joey Nelson, with Richard Frizzell, Joshua Lee and Michael Conner 1st Grade: Danny Falkenberg, Bryan Fletcher, Kimberly Spivey,
ci Jr., serving as ushers. Amanda Crawford, Heather Duncan, Ashley Gaskins, Casey King,
Sherry Masey served as maid of honor, with Dawn Harper, Michelle Christina Rutledge, Brandy Taylor.2nd .
Conner, Trista Lee and Wendy Crews as bridal attendants. The all Grade: Nancy Cavanaugh,Kristy Fishburn, Katrina Harris, Brooke
wore
identical long royal blue shadow satin gowns featuring low rounded Thornton,Sarah Falkenberg,Ann Smith,Patricia Cowie,Tiffany Lafferty, 1
necklines, puff short sleeves and fitted bodices. They carried white lace r Chris Lanier.4th .
fans, covered with blue silk roses and satin ribbons. f. : Brooke Gaskins, Misti Golden, Henry Ross, Beth Slater Leighton
Tiffany Lee and Shannon Conner, dressed similar to the attendants 14W Lee,Jeremy Pilcher,Dominic Barber,Bonnie Cowie, Marla Dickens,Don-
served na Fugatt, Jaime Hinman, Michelle Konkel.
as flower girls and carried white lace baskets with royal blue satin
streamers. Derek Harper was ring bearer and wore a white tux with a i 5th: Gregory Durban, Mikel Gaskins, J'Amil Houston, Raye Padgett,
royal blue bow tie. Michael Fugatt, Chris Gowens, Lori Kilgore, Chris Smith.
Given In marriage by her brother-in-law 6th: Zack Smith. 7th: Joni Griffis.
,Timmy Harper,the bride wore
a long white lace and satin gown, cut low in front with a lace stand-up ruffle i A-B Yearly Average:
accented with elbow-length puffed lace sleeves with white satin ribbon j 1st: Tom Box, Marcus Campbell, Jeannie Chamberlain Billy Joe Grif- I I
inserts. The gown had a fitted bodice accented with white satin ribbon and fis, Keri Griffis, Jeremiah Johnsonl Bridget Sanford, Josh Tomlinson,
a long hooped skirt of alecon lace. i Kyle Wilkinson, Sharee' Ash Crapse. Juvoyn Diggs, Monica Lee,

The bridal bouquet had a long cascade of white roses, stephanotis and \ W Pam Moorhous Lindsey Traylor, Jeffrey Fishburn.2nd .
babys breath. The bride wore pearl earrings and matching necklace. Her f : John Adkins,Ronnie Austin, Bonnie Folsom, Beverly Hires, Ledez-
headpiece was a small hat of starburst mulane net with a waist-length veil r man Johnson Kylee Scott, Roberta Searcy, Josh Slater.
01 Illusion.I 3rd: Brandle Barrick, Manlyelle Bolin, Lakevia Clark, Lectisha Kiser,

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church fellowship Shauneria McQueen, Sarah Shamblen, Darlene Simms, Diana Smith,
hall, which was decorated throughout with wedding palms, wedding bells Mranda Taylor, Amanda Crews, Esther Massey, Brandyn Padgett, John
and blue balloons. Pilcher Victoria Verunac, Hope Pierce, Hollie Tew.

The bride's table had a white satin overlay on white lace,centered with a 4 d jt'c 4th: Sarah Bennett, Jennifer Starling, Cleveland McQueen, Brad Reyes,
fountain three-tier cake surrounded with three heart-shaped all-white Samantha Cowart, Pamela Sellers, Sonia Belmarez, Emily Crawford,
cakes. Crystal pedestal dishes held Melanie Crews Jennifer Gowens, Tammy Sellers.
nuts and mints. Servers /
Linda
Hewitt and Linda Kelly. were \ 5th: Quanta Johnson, Willie Baker Tashemah Aaron, Gregory Baker,

The groom's table had white lace cloth over royal blue liner Sandra Crews, Wesley Frederick,Erika King, Christine Ranjbar,Douglas
centered -
with a chocolate groom's cake inscribed "Gotcha!I" Singletary, Quentin Thomas, Christina Jimenez, Monica Traylor, Melissa

The gift table had a white lace over royal blue liner, centered with baby Mr.&Mrs.Alex Frizzell, Jr. Bailey, Harridelle Haile, Natasha Hancock,Darrell Harvey, Donna Hoyle,
Tory Hunter, Jason Van Allen, Timmie Jackson, Larry Fishburn.
pictures of the bride and groom. Wicker baskets held rice bags. ;
Cindy Conner served punch from crystal punch bowl, centered on a Christina 6th: Greg Johnson, Ronnie Young, Sherman Ross. 7th: Mark Scott, 1!'
white lace over blue liner. Wendy Crews greeted guests at the door. Bar- Grover.
bara Jean Reddish and Linda Woods cut the cake, while Wendy Crews 'B' Yearly Average...
presided over the Bride's Book. Assisting in the reception were Linda Big Celebration Coming Up Cars Kaye Hardenbrook, Serena Henderson, Robbie Waring, Kethleen I;
Hewett, Linda Kelly, Haven Crosby, and Ada Jones. Hazelton.

The bride Is a 1987 graduate of Bradford High School.The groom is a 1986 10 and 12 will be Most Improved Students...
graduate of Dadeville High School in Dadeville, Ala and is now employedas August the big dates to plan now for the 110th Anniver- {
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an electrician at Ray s Electric in Keystone Heights. The newlywedsnow sary of The Bradford County Telegraph.On Brian Naylor (2nd grade); Renard Hudson (6th grade); Heidi Sapp (7th
reside In Starke.Births. Thursday, August 10 the Telegraph will release a huge historical edition grade) and Erin Waters (8th grade).
(comparable and hopefully even better than our 100th Anniversary Most Outstanding Students... '
Edition). This special edition will consist of approximately 8 sections with
Ronnie Young ((6th grade); Terry Fugatt ((7th grade) and Richard
First history and many, many classic and antique (some never before Crews ;
(8th .
Lawtey Baptist published) of the life and times of Bradford County, Union County and the grade)
Ordains David McNeillThe keystone lakes region during the past 110 years. Other Awards...
There will be a whole section dedicated to the lakes region of Keystone Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Shuford presented certificates to students in the 4
First Baptist Church of Heights,another to Union County,then still other sections will cover Bradford following areas: MOST IMPROVED STUDENT IN MATH-Edna Herndon
...William CollinsworthRuth Lawtey will be ordaining David County, Starke, Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, and the vast world of and Christina Rutledge. MOST IMPROVED STUDENT IN READING- I
McNeill into the gospel ministry this yesteryear in this area. This will truly be a collector's item and you won't Monica Lee and Kyle Wilkinson. MOST OVERALL IMPROVED I
Collinsworth announces the Sunday July 2 at 3 p.m.Davit want to miss this voluminous Issue! STUDENTBrian Starling. :
birth of a son William Paul 'Billy' McNeill is the son of Rev. To add to this festive occasion,we want to have a party for our community Mrs. Johnson presented certificates to the following for'All A's Every 6
Collinsworth, born June 4. Grayson McNeill, who is the Senior and you, our loyal supporters! So on Saturday August 12 we will have aBig Weeks": Dana Griffis, Meghan Hoskins, Amber Shuford and Tarah Skin-
Grandparents are Buddy &Roberta Pastor of the church. He is presently Birthday Bash which will consist of old fashioned entertainment, live ner.

Collinsworth of Starke, Sally serving as the assistant to the music all evening, chicken dinners, street dancing, and just a grand, old- Special Recognition... !
McMahon and Anna Edwards of pastor, youth director, and choir fashioned time together!
The
1989 Lawtey Community School annual was dedicated to Mrs. Alma
Baltimore, Md., and great-uncle Bil- director of the church. He was hired To add to this gala affair, we are having souvenir items made up with Norman,the school secretary. However,her function at the school far I
ly Collinsworth also of Starke. by the church in January, 1988. He this 110th anniversary themetshirts, glass coffee mugs, plastic stadium beyond that. She is bookkeeper,receptionist, acting school nurse,goes handlesthe I
attended 2Vfc years at Liberty cups and stadium cushions. and records with r
phone along other duties. Mr. Paterson has said, !
University in Lynchburg, Va., and Keep your eyes and ears open for more information on this each week... "The days Mrs. Norman is absent are my worst days." Mrs. lorman \
...Lauren Taylor Hull transferred to Trinity Baptist College from now til August 10-12. Mark your calendars now. You won't want to greets everyone with a smile and has knowledge of all areas of the school.
in Jacksonville where he has miss this! She is known by everyone in the community and loved by all.She has work-
Matt and Debbie
Hull announcethe one more year before graduation. ed at Lawtey School for 20 years. She was a classroom paraprofessional for
birth of a daughter, Lauren David is married to Kristi Courts then became school has
eight years, secretary. Mrs. Norman worked for
Taylor, born June 11 at Alachua McNeill and they have two children. Respite Care Now in BradfordFree four different principals including our present superintendent, Mr. Jim
General and weighing 7 lb., 9 oz. The First Baptist Church of Duncan. Mrs. Norman loves her work, the students and the community.

Taylor joins two brothers, 6-yr-old Lawtey is located on Adams St. two Respite Care service is available In Bradford County. Trained Congratulations, Mrs. Norman, we love you!
Matthew and 3-yr-old Zachary. blocks behind Lawtey Community volunteers can relieve caregivers of homebound elderly or handicappedadults The faculty and staff prepared a luncheon In honor of Mrs. True Love !
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & School. The public is cordially into or children. Smith, who has worked in the cafeteria for 30 years. She is truly loved by
Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Jr. Great- .vi ed. .!t end this special service asked all the students and her co-workers. She was very dedicated to her job and
Volunteers are to give two to fourburs week that
once a so
grandmothers f Mrs"Ede'ws4caisl.Mrec 'from3-5 p.m. Sunday. school. The,faculty and staff presented Mrs.Smith with a silver tray for >
caregivers can get away from home to shop, keep doctor appointments; or
LolsL.w: ,4tIlC1f, "! ianatttMS3! \ is also invited taatsz4 her many years of service. We will certainly miss Mrs. Smith this fall and
: time i-4 '
lJjujrf Ipend relaxing. <> *> fair.i"'
S ;"w rr.aw rT k J .. :. a ..xa:..pftalay-reception onfifs 'behalfafter \ The service is available to everyone, regardless of race, color, creed or Smith.'You l Ibaktorwhard'tdpaving'het'trlsit deserve itl! witji"".us.,# -Enjoy"'- '"your' 'retirement, Mrs.-: ,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & the evening service at 8:30: financial situation.For .
Mrs. Joe Hull of Palatka. Great- p.m. Refreshments will be served. more information regarding Respite Care, please call Dolores Pre-K Summer School is scheduled from June 12 to July 18, with July 34'a
grandmother is Mrs. Kate Snead Meng, 468-1915, or Betty Dazmskl, 9647952. holiday. Regular summer school will be July 10-Aug. 4 from 8-12 noon.
also of Palatka. Letters have been mailed to the students who are eligible to attend. If you
Class of 69 ReunionThe have any questions regarding summer school, please give us a call.

20th year reunion of the BHS Summer Reading

Class of 69 will be this weekend, Program Hits TrailThe !
Vicki Cockrell Named June 30 and July 1.
be
wagons will rolling as we
Scheduled events begin Friday start on our exciting Journey to I
Students Who's Who June 30 with Friends&The
evening, with II
adventure and fun the 1989
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Class of Social at
69 beginning 0
Summer Reading Program at the II
Vicki Lynn Cockrell, daughter of pm. at the Starke Golf and Country I
Mr. &Mrs. Horace Cockrell,Jr.,and Club. Dress will be casual, with a Bradford County Public Library.We'll .
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be having a rip-roaring time
students at Santa Fe Community cash bar snacks.
College, has been selected as one of ; bring this week as the 3 to 5 yr. olds meet t t nr Vii I
will be
On Saturday,July 1 there a
the Sisters" and
"Golly on Tuesday
the country's most outstanding cam- I
leaders by the Who's Who Family Picnic at Camp Blanding the 6 to 12 yr-olds learn of life In the I
pus
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food and
wilderness on Thursday.The .
Among Students in American
drink will be provided.On !
Summer Reading Program Is
Universities and Colleges editorial
staff. Saturday evening, the social free and is designed to initiate and
hour will be from 7-8 p.m. at the maintain a child's interest in books
She will be included In the annual
Starke Golf & Country Club, with and reading.
of students
which directory was first outstanding in 1934. dinner scheduled from 8-9 p.m. The Join us on the trail as we get the l
published
dance will begin at 9 and will be I
The selection was based on her p.m. wagons rolling and "head 'em up,
academic achievements, community casual dress, with a cash bar. move 'em out: .for fun_ \

service, leadership in extracur-
ricular activities and potential for
continued success.

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To Wed July 14 Church New' taung at Heart Car Wash Planned :I

UpcomingWeddings. pts July 6 This SaturdayThis
James A. Lessig of Raiford an- ford High School and is employed by Gospel Sing Set
nounces the engagement and ap- Thomas E.Lee Construction. At New River Meth. YOung at Heart of the First Saturday, July I, beginning
proaching wedding of his daughter, The ceremony will be held Friday, Sptist Church will have their ,it8-30a: .,there will be a car wash
Dana Renee,to Burton Howard Nor July 14 at 7:30 p.m.at Highland Baptist Rev. Don Love and his singing ir monthly meeting at noon on .at the Community State Bank parking
man, Jr., son of Mr. & Mrs. Burton Church. A reception will follow group will be at New River New Congregational lD'JIday, July 6 In the church lot in Starke. Proceeds will go to
H. Norman of Highland. immediately In the church Methodist Church on fellowship hall. Lunch will be provided 1 Victory Revival Center, Inc. of
The bride-elect is an upcoming fellowship hall All friends and Sunday, July 2 at 7 p.m. by the church. ,'Heilbron Springs. Charges will be$2
senior at Union County High School relatives of the couple are invited to The church is located on SR 125 Come Join us for an hour of per car.
and is employed by Starke Uniform. attend. and everyone is welcome to attend. fellowship and fun. '
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"Amanda Marie joins her brothers,
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family, Susan and Mike Slaughter,
Susanna, Marlowe and Andrew of>
Lenoir, N.C. 46 Oz. Mt. Olive i 16 Oz. Reg./With OnionBUSH'S 6 Oz. Assorted Frozen 12 Oz. Morning Star

home Mrs.Monday June following Haddock one returned week's 'KOSHER DILLS BAKED BEANS BACARDI I MIXERS SCRAMBLERS

visit with her son, Mr. & Mrs. Guy

Haddock Cumberland they enjoyed and Falls family.the Returning' While beauty there from of : .:" Ur ,2/990/ t Rplz 79c $139fJ'

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Bowling Green, Ky., with her were :: $139 .." i< :

her 8-yr-old granddaughters Miriam. Sarah, 11, and ....., ",. .,,-. ."
Mrs. Teresa M ng accompaniedJune I ",
to Kentucky,where she visited
her sister and family, Bernice and wj
Eddie Mott,Luchanna and Sherry of
Columbia. 50 Ct. 8 7/8 Inch PlatesFOAM
10 Lb. Food LionCHARCOAL
16 Oz. 20 Ct.
Jun Birthday.. -
June 1-Karen Waldronj 2-Chad CUPS STURDYWARE -
Smith Samantha Truman; -
3--H !rshel Waldrpn;t. 4-Jason $
Flanagan' 5--Alex Kirchaine, 1291 E -
Richard Tyler, Jimmy COleman $109'
Bernardo Baoz; J-Francls, Paul{ it 79c
and Eugene Meng and Joyce Kent;
; Food Lion Charcoal
David Tidwell, ;I}
I Harold Mitchel; 11-Randall Smith;' 4- : i Starter . 32 Oz. .99
12-Roger Underwood; 14-Lucinda
Morris, Gregory SWan, Joshua
i Campbell; 15-Kimberly Wilson,Ed-

ward 17-Jan. James Marney; ;16-Emily It-Tonya Genest Brown;; 0 I 1 1 1p
19- Frank Koser; 20--Regina
Padgett: 22--Brenda Curtis;
23-Brandi Gatlin, Detria Ford, e S I e
Amanda Glenn; 24-Christina CarmiChael -.
; 27--Misty Brown;
I 28-Davtd Stone;29-Renee LaBuen;
30-Maressa Masters.




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Spending Controls 3 Appointed to Historical Board of TrusteesThree


IIII appointments to the Brad- Carolyn Spooner, 36, of Starke, member and Is reappointed for a
Favored by MackU.S. ford County Historical Board of area director of the Bradford-Union term ending June M.l_.....Epos.
Trustees were announced June 22 by Guidance Clinic. Ms. Spooner has president the Downtown Merchants
... the office of Gov. Bob Martinez. served on the board since 1984 and is Association, bal been Involved
U.S. New appointees are: reappointed for a term ending June in the rwvitallxation of Starke's
.Senator Connie> Mack still favoring the principal. Anita Rink, 60, of Starke executive 24, 1993. downtown Call Street historic
) addressed a Joint When questioned from the audience 04"a director of the StsrkeBradford Glenda Epps,30,of Starke owner district
Rotary/Kiwanis meeting in Starke as to whether the veto would County Chamber of Commerce. of Glenda' Shear Design Beauty ,
Republican Wednesday, embracing standard give the President power to pressure Ms.Rink succeeds Daniel Hildebran Salon, was appointed last February .
balance the policies proposals to individual congressmen, threaten-- for a term ending June 23,1992. to complete the term of a resigning
taxes. budget without raising ing to veto their pet projects unless
Mack they voted his way, Mack replied,
with expressed disappointment "Don't think that such pressures are
the recent turn of events in not already being used in congress. m A .
China, with the 0
execution of some "You don't balance the budget by h
young students clamoring for a raising taxes," Mack said. Taxationand
democratic government, but regulation of industry are non-
predicted an eventual victory for the productive, and enacting new taxes
forces of democracy against the pre- would put people out of work rather
sent strong-arm government. He than create new Jobs, he added.Mack .
Jv
said conditions are changing rapidly
also gave his endorsementto
and the U.S.should
move cautiously
a reduction of the capital gains
re-evaluating "where now'1
in the latest turn of we are tax, which was also favored by
events.
former President Reagan, and now
In
answer to those who ask "why
by President Bush. Opponents of a
worry about the debt%" since the reduction in capital gains have saidit
gross national product Is healthy Is just another way of reducing o
and the
economy apparently secure, taxes on the rich at the expense of
Mack said the U.S.is having difficulty the middle class. Mack said lower-
remaining competitive in world ing the rate would increase employ-
markets, and the present $3 trillion ment lowered from 28 to 15 percent.
debt is intolerable.Fourteen percentof When asked if he thought Congress p.
the Federal budget Is required to should have the power to audit the
pay Interest on the national debt, he Federal Reserve system, Mack
saId.Restating facetiously replied, "I'm not sure
his faith in the Gram- the members of Congress would
Rudman Act of deficit control Mack know what's going on in the Fed, r------------------------- ,
said that the number one priority even if they read the audit."
should straints"be on placed Congressional on "outside con- Mack's appearance at the lun- I FISH & FRIES $200 i FISH & FRIES $2.00 I II
spen- cheon was delayed 30 minutes, and Sen. Connie Mack
ding.tional He amendment believes that for a a balanced constitu- Rep.) Chance filled the Irvine gap by(ROrangePark giving a Speak to Rocary/KJ..... I Fish, Fries&Hush Puppies. j Fish,Fries & Hush Puppies. 1ose I INot i 1

budget is a must, but expressedsome report on the late and sometimes I II-OIOOIIl9. Offer xpiMO/00/N. I t tI
qualms about line item veto "lamented" sessions) of the State CaptainDki CaptWl. D
good with any otter Not good with any other .
power for the President although f..J.0falntiir. I opodaI..dIocaunIat opodaI..dIIa oMr.C.pWn I
portidpollna 0-.. Seafood I pootidPOIina CeptoJn I'r.t Seafood

I FHP Troopers Continue License, Vehicle InspectionsThe I L----------------- -----------------J

: FISH &FRIES $2.00 FISH & FRIES $ZOO | :
Florida Highway Patrol will equipment, Troopers will concen- license laws of Florida while Insur- j
be conducting driver license and trate their efforts on vehicles being
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- operated with defects such as bad ing the protection of all motorists. I Fish,Fries & Hush Puppies. I Fish, Fries & Hush Puppies. I II
ing the week of June 23 through June
brakes, worn tires and defective The Florida Highway Patrol will
29 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, lighting equipment. In addition, at- be conducting driver license and I oiler > -oiooiel. I II
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16 CR-21B, tention will be directed to drivers vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- II ==DfcCaptain Ds i Not good with. anyotteripadalordiicounlofftral Captain l Dkj
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, who would violate the driver license ing the week of June 23 through June I apadal duxnunl j:.. .1 I Seafood 1 '
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A laws of Florida. 29 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231 SR-241, partidpadng Captain S ptldptinCaptainO'a J :,
in Bradford County.Recognizing The Patrol has found these check- SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, I------------- _ _ _
the danger presentedto points to be an effective means of enforcing CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
the public by defective vehicle the equipment and driver 796A in Union County. rI - - - - - - ,

I Or Feed More With $2.00 OFF Value Or Thrift Pack II i

I Value Pack includes: 12 fish filets,french fries,cole slaw and 8 hush puppies.Serves 4 or more. iI 1I I II

kftii'iCA! YOUR COMPLETE I Thrift Pack includes:8 fish filets,french fries,cole slaw and 8 hush puppies.Serves 3-4. I

I $2.00 off regular menu price
PICNIC I Value or Thrift Pack. CaptainDs j
Stock Up"
p.' I OIIwOllJ>ll-O/OO/Il9.
Not good with wy otter Seafood
cooLERS fe&-3 I .p.dd pootidpolillt]or diicniM!Ceploln offer 0L -.*. I

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COOLERS CASE OF 6 549 (c
4-PAK ITALIAN WINES 32.25
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CHEESE BALLS239J1
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OZ. 939 27 ZS1.099 > '< ;,.. CORN CHIPS .. .. ',

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5CHLITZMALT ; NACHO CHIPS .Name :

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Local Residents Question AccuracyOf

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Soil Borings by Ass. Engineerby 9 ..{: i;. ""j 1'I_". )


Jo. Gin, :NHSWA; \ rhainnan Joe Hiddickrenrwed The facility will accomodate green -f I ,
ICT Seats Wrlt.r Hie 'pledge of not allowing boxes or compactors for garbage, '.
Soil data obtained In tent borings ashes from a ha/.urdoiis waste treatment along with receptacles for I'h1 1}1l11L
conducted by association engineer plant to be deposited in the In separating recyclables. Green, .
Frank Darabi show a lour. feel. layer county landfill We have passed a brown or clear glass must be kept ". 'i:
of sandy topsoil underlain. l h.\ 25(1( feet resolution that we will not accept separate. Aluminum cans plastic .
of clay at the F.llerbec. curve. l.indftll their ashes, he (old Wilkinson bottles, newsprint, cardboard and c'l
site of the New River Solid Waste ferrous metals will each have a '. \ ".
Association (iNRSWA) "'I he state may make you do separate receptacle. The station will _
Accuracy of this find NIK was questioned lllings you don't want to do," said be manned to prevent mixing of \ ; \ I _
at a meeting of I the association Wilkinson 'You ought lo reject the recyclables. .
Tuesday. June 27. III Lake $2: million." ,\ t "w' F
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Butler ". I .; ,
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Local residents .1 II. Wilkinson. Dartrk Corporation... l' ..
Johnny Griffis and Doug Wilkinson 3tilt Mon.,. ... Alan Tucker Vice President of ,/ -. .: /-.. !. _
dispute the amount nf clay( saying (; ant monies applied for for this DAKTEK Corporation explained ,' .:',-
their experience in I the urea indicates t urrent tihcul year have to be spent his company's process of reclaiming
a band of clay under the topsoil ,oa i committed by October 31, said recyclables Uensificution of the t4
but sand again al greater depths .t i. men Croft association coor- residuals and preparation for plac- .-
.:nulor and 20t$43,079ahavetobe) ing them into 'balefills.'
'.i'i i nl tit.,i. eilnralion itemsi.

Darabi explains' .. .ii: Midi i "The Dartek process will reclaimby '
dent laboratory .mat wed 'hi weight at least 25% of waste '
pro :
samples and the pen" fiat ion cm-Hi l i i. n,ai.ed an educationali cessed in recyclable commoditiessuch 4J. .: .
cleat of the enhn depth\ r. moxers. i i ui. M.'UMin: for instructionalis as paper, glass, plastics ferrous .
of requirements ol the Ih-parfmrni ,ii all iidnnlei'staions.. $8.000 and non-ferrous metals. ArterDarlek's -
of Environmental Regulation/ In addition ',,111" a oleo lo be shown removal of the
recyclable Installed.
Darabi only a ihro ,tei i ,, New Hospital Auxiliary Officers ..
says
u;!iI" t the tii-county area items from the waste stream and the
layer of clay is needed for a l.in.ltill. ,.i ',1..1' 1 I.., ,i nmipuleri/.cd a toll free densification the volume to :Newly; !Installed officers of the Bradford Hospital mediate past president.The .
liner, according to OEM speed ir.i '. K'phont answering information the landfill will process be reduced at least Auxiliary are <11-1'1: Evelyn Griffin, corresponding new officers were Installed Monday night June
tions. <. i vice. tlltHlII< >O) for printing and 65%" Tucker said. u''rl'tanda: Reddish treasurer: HoxanneKurkdrsrhrl 26, at the annual banquet of the Auxiliary held in the
.d\riiiMni4 and $:!.IJlhl 1 for overhead first \lre-president: Lucy White, Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist ChurchIn
Appropriation... .a. secretary : l.inila Kay Johns, president: Wilma Jean Starke.
and Hose :McConnell. Im
To answer a question 11'1111J"II'( Tt'rrprt'iI..nt'l'lpt't.
Wilkinson, Darabi explained t II! ,'
Dartek will build the
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lacihty buy
figure of $2 million 10 lx- appropriated I lie countiiwill use the .reniuinn
NRSWA:. 11.1 lu/iirdnic- 80(I"% for recycling, transfer andollectinn equipment supply the labor and for Good Deal?
manage the facility. A fee will be Looking a
waste facility is located 1 III I I'm.." \ stations in the counties
County came about from a fall b'> charged for all incoming material
Senator George Kirkputrick to tie\ and recyclables will be returned
Jacksonville office nf DK.H .Uxi \1.1 lalion lay-out/ compatible with to the association in bales for Classifieds.
turn L-allea me omce of Fi,.miDa i MUM; 'bat; ilities in Bradford coun depositing in the landfill. Income Check the
r a bi for information An assistant v .as ctt' I/IIl'rI by Darahi to be usI from sales of recyclables will be .
to Darabi quoted the figuie\ lo DKH I l 1.\<. all counties for starting/ split wild the counties according to
who passed it buck to Kirkpalruk iiint.iiA ,ici-\oling: program Tucker





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tional I Qualifer Slow \r <, < :Nil '
Tournament Claxion( < 'flu/ f
weekend. 4
The Jr. Stars heat (ho II<, ili.i .'
chants 9-7 and 11 9 to win ilu-tnui, .
ment.
In the first game !Ih! .li, M
were 16-for-31 at the plali' :ii .1.i : \
average. Leading hitter* wo
Jeremy Crawford. :3-lor with ail.I i a f
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ble and triple: Devm Jackson: .1 A
3-for-4 with two KBIs. Ch.irlie/
Brown. 2-for-3 with two HUb, I.) 'M C.J
Carver 2-for-3 with one HIM. Jason I $ s'
Pilcher, 2-for-4 with .t double Ki". ira'I $ V f
Boone, 2-for-i.: Brad H.iMilti.i, 1if
l-for-2 with one KBl

Ocilla was held to H.loi.II. .. .,1 Uut .. J L .
plate.
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The Jr. Stars had 1:1: hitin lln > a
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cond game. Leading/ hitters uiT'
Jason Pilcher 3-for-4 with .I lion i _. '
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run; Jeremy Crawford 2-lor 4. Kenny !: ; "
Carlton, 2-for-3. Ashley Aida> : 'f' '
l-for-2; Devin Jackson. l-for-2with.: i .
triple; Kevin Biome l-tor2.. and J' -" I 1
Sean Jones 1-for-l with a triple. the : ; ;
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key hit in the top of the seventh thai % ; f..
gave the the Jr Stars. ton inn

cushion.The Jr. Stars wen-2i! lor <>7 lor I Hi' '1JiII 1 ______
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tournament a 433: average ___
By winning the qualiler Hit .li/. ) f
Stars advanced straight.. n.iiiun.t' :
set Aug. 3-6 in Athens (d \ 5 w yti

In the local Men's I'hUJ'lIIII'"L'I ''ar, _
the Jr. Stars 16-M.\ artu pl.i I
with the older men I h.d: -MI'
good for us." said Coach I r UDI-.H-, ,, '
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Tournament Arlington Assembly ol < ,..d < HEDGES

Jacksonville won the llth annul I &
Youth Softball Associatioi, Slow
Pitch Tournament played III tnk i .
this past weekend
The champions rc-iuin-d i ,i u.
trophy and individual pla jti)'-
The second place team w-i- I I" '
Baptist of Palatka. hleb 'r( i-ixeii.. ,
team trophy and free drink < .nupoi -
from Jr. Food Mart of Sin: ko
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Tom Tipton of First Hapli-,1 III
Palatka won the home run di'il". ara 1 .
received a New Easton soltball hai '

donated by PJ's Sports ol Slarke .
The $100 raffle was won by ii..! '
Wallace of Macclenny he works at 't- 4"ue :
Lawtey Correctional t': :
Team records Arlington >
Assembly of God, 4-0, First Kaplmt" t.- ;1'
of Pal atka. 4-2; Calvary Baptl!>I,1 2. -. '"
F.B of Lake City J-2; Airpark Rap ., ',.sM ? 1
tist, 1-2. and New Oak Grove, o i ', "j} .t N""."". """9. .--, I 3
"We want to thank all those w hi b DELUXE ULTRA LIGHTS .

helped make the tournament. ., l Regular and "
successfulthe six teams which
played those who donated items for
the rummage sale or food for the ilh
dinners those individuals who 1v"a j

donated their time umpiring, score j
keeping and otherwise working with
the tournament," said Coach Jerry "" "
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Call Mark 473-438O or Smoke Contains t Carbon Monoxide. Regular:6mg"tat05mgnicotine-, ,

964-6305 Menthol, 5 mg"tai." 0 5 mg nicotineav. '

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INVITATION TO BID
BID No.9-0713-4 Bid security In the form of a Bk Bond executed by the Bidder and o qualified
I Sealed bids will be received by the Bradford County School Board 582 North surety or a certified or cashier'check on any notional or tote bank In the amount
Temple Avenue Starke Florida 32091 until: specified In the specifications mode payable to the Bradford County School Board
LOCAL TIME: 6 P.M. must accompany each bid as guarantee that the bidder will not withdraw from the
DAY OF WEEK: Thursday competition after opening\ the bkU.and In he event the contract awarded: to the
DATE: July 13. 1989 and Immediately thereafter publicly opened rated aloud Bidder he will within ten((10))day after receiving same,executive the contract and
and recorded In the conference room of the School Board building for the follow- furnish the required bond falling which the security hall become the property of
CALL FOR BIDS ing: the owner os liquidated damage.
Th.City of Storks will receive bids for quested for a Bonded fifteen, -year PAVING AND DRIVES All bids mutt be made on the appropriate proposal forms properly executedand
the complete ro roof of the of guarantee.Bids BID NUMBER 9-0713-4 placed In the envelope provided! ,marked to Identify the band then shod be
Starke City Hall Work City all will be opened at 10.00 A.M. Specifications and/or bid forms may be examined at the Bradford County School delivered or mailed to Bradford County School Board 582 North Temple Avenue
to include
Tuesday. July 1 II. 1989. Bids. should be Board, 582 North Temple Avenue, Storke Florida 32091 and may be obtained at Stork., Florida 32091.
replacinq necessary' of stripping flo,hinq, ol",."Iho....1 old. niu roof and sealed and marked CITY HALL ROOF that same location, for $20 00 non-refundable deposit. The Bradford County School Board reserves* the right to reject any or all bids
AC curbs. REPAIR. TO BE OPENED 711.89 The Ci The construction documents may be examined but not obtained at: waive Informalities In any bid. make the award In port or whole and to make the
tne ret'unny ot' all toot ty reserves the right to refuse any or all CONSTRUCTION BULLETINP. award In the best Interest of the Bradford County School Board. Award shall be
drains.penetrations and cleaning & all roof bids. Direct questions to W.M. Woldan. O. Box 803 based on the lowest base bid proposal combined with alternate.
City of Starke. 209 Thompson Street. Orange Pork, Fla. 32067 THE SCHOOL BOARD Of BRADFORD COUNTY
All bids
to include a complete dascnp- Starke. Florida. Phone ((904)) 388.0336 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
lion of work that Is proposed. A Bonded
29.7 6
roof is 2tchg BY:Jim DuncanSupelntendent
requested with a t..n.yeorguoront.e. Control 118 MID STATE BUILDERS EXCHANGE
An alternate bid is re- 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue 2tchg 6/29-7/6
Gainesville Fla. 32601
Phone ((904)) 375.0615







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Here in Florida, a summer storm


can bring up to 8.0OO lightning

strikes an hour. That why we're


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the world.


So its not difficult for FPL's:


troublemen like Mike Clark to

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predict it will r


sometimesknock ;


in outpower.

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almost before the thunder


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I Two bids are requestedone for tne STARKE

I FOR BIDS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ; City Hall only the other would be for all
REQUEST GOD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. BRADFORD COUNTY. .. City-owned buildings, Including City CHURCH OF
The of It
City lowtvy now accepting I'
-' I Hall. Clair.M4-5445
N St.
FLORIDA. 422
separate styled bids on the following i s 4r : J:: will 10:00
CASE NO. 87-544-CA Bids be opened at a.m., Pastor
surplus property: IN RE: The Marriage of Tuesday July II, 1989. Bids should be John Spratlln,

Carboao trucks, dltch-dlggcr and JOSEPH JOHNSON. ". ;" '"' sealed' and marked"R CONDITION. W.Invite you to worship with us
front-end lood,. ''
Husband ING SERVICE. TO BE OPENED 7.11.89". Attended NurterySumSchool

All separate sealed bids mutt be and The City reserves the right to refuse any ..... .................... tOemMomlngWonlilp
received by 12:00: noon July 3, 1989 at VESSIE LEE JOHNSON. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT default will be entered against you for or all bids. Direct question to W.M. .... ....................Item
the Lawtey City Hall. P.O. Drawer C, Wife. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. the relief demanded In the Petition Weldon City of Staike City Hall. 209 venlnp_lce.... .................... .pm

lawMy. FL 32058. AMENDED NOTICEOF Publication of this Notice hat begun WITNESS my hand and official teal I of Thompson Street Starke Florida. Wedday Youth ...................... 7:30: pm I
W. reserve the right to accept or reject PARTITION SALE on June 22, 1989. this Court on this 19th day of June, 1989. 2tchg 6/29-7/6
and all bids received. Control 119
any CLERK OF THE COURT
to CARRIE LOU
Control 104 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant WILLIAMS TIMMINSP.
an Amended Final Judgment of Partition .O. Box 779 By Carol Williams,

3tchg61S29 dated May 30, 1989, and entered In Cote Keystone Hit., Florida 32656 Deputy Clerk
No. B8-544-CA of the Circuit Court of the At Personal RepresentativeOf TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTHJUDICIAL Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Brad the Estate of TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.Attorney SCHOOL 10..RDOFBR"'DFORDCOUNTY.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD-
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ford County Florida, in regards to the IRENE T.. WILLIAMS for WifeP. FLORIDA
marriage of JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON Deceated. O. Drawer 40
CASE NO. 69 80-CP((1-4073))
Husband and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON Attorneys for PertonalRepretentatlve Starke, Florida 32091 NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT RULES
ofMARTHA 4tchg 6/22-7/13
IN RE The Estate
: n/k/a VESSIE LEE HARVIN Wife, I will : ((904)) 964.8212 Control /13 The School' Board of Bradford County. Florida hereby gives notice of Intent to
Dec.osed.NOTICE FLOREDE. SPEER sell to the highest and best bidder for "ANDERSON LARCHE. YOUNG AND Fla. Bar No: 0289612 adopt a complete compilation of Rules for operation of the Bradford County School'

OF ADMINISTRATION cash at the front door of the Bradford RIDLEY System. These Rules, upon adoption will replace and supersede all current
of County Florida Courthouse at II:99 1419 East Sunrise Blvd. MEETING NOTICE policies and rules of the school board. The proposed action Include the repeal of
of the estate
Th. administration
a.m., on the 6th day of July 1989 the Suite 501 The lawtey City Council meeting will all such existing policies and rules.
MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER Deceased.File following described property at set forthIn Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33304Telephone be held July 10. 1989 at 7.30: p.m. A PURPOSE AND EFFECT:Th.purpose of this action It to adopt on updated and cur. .
No. 89-80-CP ((1-4073)), Is pending In said Final JudgmentThe : ((305)) 764-7777 budget workshop will follow immediately rent compilation of Rules, consistent with existing legal requirements and
Bradford
the Circuit Probate Court for the address County of parties JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON JAMES G. IARCHE JR., ESQ. otter the regular meeting. authorizations, In order to establish policy guidelines under which the School
Florida Division and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON n/k/a VESSIE Florida Bar No. 045480 2tchg 6/29.7/6 System will be administered.
which Is Bradford County Courthouse, LEE HARVIN'S undivided 2/5 Interest In Contrallll Control 114 SUMMARY: The proposed compilation of Rules to be adopted deals with all areas
Florida 32091.
Starke
of the lots 36 and 37 of Woodlawn SubdivisionIn 2tchg 6/22.29 of the school' system and consist of the following chapters:
The names and addresses personal Section 14. Township 5, South Range NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Chapter 1. The District School Board.
and the personalrepresentative's
representative forth 22 East, according to Plat thereof recorded REGISTER Chapter 2. General Administration.
attorney are set In Plat Book 1. Pag.11 of the Public FICTITIOUS NAME Chapter S. Personnel General Provisions
below. Records of Bradford County Florida. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pursuant to Section B69.09 Florida Chapter 4. Administrative and Instructional Personnel.
interested persons are required to REGISTER Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
less. 5. Personnel Non-Instructional.
,
20.23 Chapter
WITHIN THREE MON. Containing acres more or
file with this Court FICTITIOUS NAME
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of undersigned CARMEN J. DeCESARE Chapter 8. Business Affairs.
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Section 865.09 Florida
Pursuant to
9912 Hollow Lane, Jacksonville, Fl.
this Court the 2nd of June 1989. Lazy Chapter 7. Student Personnel.
day
NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate on that the
: HONORABLE RAY NORMAN Statutes, notice It hereby giver 32297 sole owner doing business under Chapter 8. Curriculum and Instruction.
and ((2)) obectlon| by en Interested FRANK PATTERSON 250
any Clerk of Circuit Court undersigned the firm name of C D DISTRIBUTORS 202 Chapter 9. School-Community Relations.The .
person to whom notice was mailed that Westmoreland Street Starke. Florida Market Road. Stark., Fla. 32091, Intendsto
Conlrol10941chg existing Rules proposed for repeal consist of the following chapters:
of the will the
challenges the validity 6/22-7/13 32091 sole owner doing business under register said fictitious name under the Chapter 6GX-4-100-The District School System. '
qualifications of the personal representative the firm name of SELLER'S SHOWCASE. aforesaid statute. Chapter RGX-4-2.00-General Administration.

venue or jurisdiction of the Court. 250 Westmoreland Street Starke. Dated this 22nd day of June, 1989, In Chapter 6GX-4-3.00-Personnel.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8thJUDICIAL
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
said
Florida 32091 Intends to register Bradford County. Chapter 8GX-4-4.00-5tudent Personnel. '.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BR..D.FORD
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. aforesaid
fictitious name under the 4tpd 6/29-7/20 Chapter 8GX-4-5. O-Currlculum and Instruction
COUNTY FLORIDA.PROBATE.
of this Notice has
Publication begunon
tatute. Control I 115
Chapter 6GX-4-.00-Busines8 Affairs.
June 19, 1989.Attorney DIVISIONFILE Doted this 22nd day of June. 1989 In Chapter 6GX47.00School Transportation Services.
for PersonalRepresentative1 NO. 89 81-CP *
1-4074 Bradford County. REQUEST FOR BIDS Chapter 6GX48.00School Food & Nutrition Services.
: 4tpd 6/22.7/13 The City of Lawtey will he taking bids Chapter 6GX-..-00-School Plants and Facilities-
IN RE The Estate of
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. : Control 112
for resurfacing a driveway. Bids must be Chapter 8GX..IO.OO-Miscellaneous.
Johnny R. Hobbs Jr.. P.A.P. IRENE T. WILLIAMS.Dee.o.ed.. in by 12:00: Noon. July 10. 1989. RULEMAKING AUTHORITY: Section 230.22(2)),Florida Statutes.

O. Drawer 938 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH For more Information contact Daniel LAW IMPLEMENTED: The law implemented is identified separately
ADMINISTRATIONThe
Slarke, Fl 32091 NOTICE OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD 782-3494. and is available for
administration of the Estate of Phillips at for each rule in the proposed compilation inspection as
((904)) 964-9700
COUNTY. FLORIDA 2tchg 6/29-7/6 noted below.
IRENE T. WILLIAMS. Deceased FII.Numb.r .
Personal RepresentativeBETTY : In CASE NO. B9-236-CA Control 116 SUMMARY OF THE ESTIMATE OF ECONOMIC IMPACT:There is no
Is
SPEER BOLAND 8981CP.for 1-4074 Bradford pending IN RE: The Marriage of: way to precisely compute the economic impact of these Rules,however it
the Circuit Court County
4325 Barnett Shoals Rd. address of ARTHUR W. QUICKSALL REQUEST FOR BIDS is considered to be minimal except for costs of printing and distribution.IF .
Probate the
Athens, Ga.30605 Florida Division Avenue, Room Hu.band.and The City of Lawtey will be taking bids REQUESTED WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE,
which Is 949 N. Temple
4tehg 6/19-7/6 for building a shed and Improving existing A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT:
The
Control I 105 219 Stork Florida 320911286. TONI! KEITH QUICKSALL building. Bids should be In by TIME: 7:00 P.M.
and addresses of the personalrepresentative
names and the Wife. 12:00 Noon July 10. 1989. PLACE: Bradford County School Board Office.
personalrepresentative's NOTICE OF ACTIONTO For detail contact Daniel
forth more DATE: July 24, 19119.
set
attorney are : ARTHUR W. QUICKSALL Phillips at 782-3494. NAME OF PERSON ORIGINATING PROPOSAL: Supt. Jim Duncan.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO below.. 2123 Raiford Road 2tchg 6/29-7/6 NAME OF PERSON APPROVING PROPOSAL, Supt. Jim Duncan.
REGISTER Interested persons are required to Starke Florida 32091 Control 117 A COPY OF THE RUlES PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AND THE
FICTITIOUS NAME file with this court ((0)) all claims against YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action RULES PROPOSED FOR REPEAL MAY BE EXAMINED AT:
Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida the estate WITHIN THREE MONTHS for dissolution of marriage and Bradford County School Board Office
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS other relief has been filed against you in CALL FOR BIDS 582 N. Temple Avenue
undersigned, SYSCO CORPORATION NOTICE: and (b) any objection| by an interested the above-styled Court and you are required The City of Starke will receive bids for Starke, Florida 32091

sole owners, doing business under the person to whom this notice it to serve a copy of your written an AIR CONDITIONING MONTHLY SER- 3tchg 8/29-7/13
firm name of SYSCO FOOD SERVICES served that challenges validity of the defenses If any to It on TERENCE M. VICE CONTRACT. Such service will Include

JACKSONVILLE SOl lewis Industrial Will the qualifications of the personal BROWN. ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown filters, oiling of motors at needed

Drive, Jacksonville Florida intends to representative, venue or jurisdiction of P...., Post Office Drawer 40. STorke, checking freon levels, checking belts
register sold fictitious name under the the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE Florida 32091 on or before the 27th day and condensation drain lines, as well as The first ship to cross the North Pole beneath the ice was the Nautiluson

aforesaid statute. MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF of July 1989. and file the original with an overall general Inspection.Bid August 3, 1958.T .

Dated this 22th day of June, 1989 in THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER the Clerk of this Court either before service should Include the percentage of

Bradford County. THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF on the above-named attorney or Immediately mark-up for needed parts at well at
4tchg 6/22-7/13 THIS NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING PER thereafter otherwise a hourly rate for Installation of parti.
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sgt.-at-arms, and. right, Sal Castaldl aide to the state New officers of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 56 dent; Mary Gissy, vice-president; Mary Brown, assis-
New officers of American Legion Post 50 were installed commander.New were installed Tuesday night June 27. tant Sgt.-at"Arms; Muriel Qilhooly, Sgt.-at-Arms;
Tuesday June 27, at the installation by !89-90! Post 56 officers are: AI Rodrique, new Post
The ladies are l-r): VI Stallings. treasurer; Tony Crlssle Fisher, historian, and Lucille Stieh, chaplain.
Commander Larry Sheets of Ilialeah slate commander 56 commander; Charles Schaefer first vfee-
Coss secretary; Margaret McKinney, the new presi-
of the American Legion Department of commander; AI Crosby, second vice-commander;
Florida. Sheets, above, is greeted by outgoing! Post 56Commander X.M. Smith, finance officer; James Ilulce sergeant-
Charles Sthaefer. Accompanying Commander at-arms; Marvin Stallings, chaplain, and Jimmy Epps,
Wheels were, left. John Irwin Tray, state adjutant.
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Joe Cissy woodwork everywhere we are," said Revels continued. "They have now against the expert witness retainedby VCR Rentals Available
BCT Staff WrherMembers UCAP President Sally Gotts."I brought so many factions into it [by UCAP, criminal conspiracy, civil
of UCAP (United got it that he (Kirkpatrick) ran dangling money in front of them] rights violations and government in Monday Wednesday 2 Movies' for $3.00
Citizens Against Pollution), at a (Union County School Superintendent that if we're not careful Tallahassee the sunshine laws, were discussed as
meeting at the Union County Cour- Jimmy) Cason down in the hall will divide and conquer us and possible avenues to open litigation to Thursday All Movies are $1.00 Each
thouse Monday, June 26, vowed to at the capitol and asked 'What do nothing positive will be accomplished stop the facility. Fri.. Sat. & Sun. $2.50 Ea.ch
continue the fight against the hazardous you need, what do you want? I can Debra Barton, UCAP attorney, Rent 3. Get 2 FREE .
waste incinerator being planned get :you whatever you want.'" if each group tries to get what it will be consulted to determine the
for Union County. "Right now the way it is set up," can for itself, they will have dividedthe best legal route to pursue, the group SATURDAY RENTALS KEEP FOR 2 DAYS
"Its just a great big cancer said Buddy Revels, "if we don't go in opposition. We have to speak decided.
manufacturing machine," said Lon to the hearing consolidated, we can with one voice(at the hearing) or we "This is the biggest and worst Open 7 Days A Week for Your Convenience
Beville, of Heilbron Springs, speak- do very little That is, the county will be ineffective, he said. thing to come to this area in our
ing of the emissions to come from commissions, school boards, Violations of due process by lifetimes, or the lifetimes of our Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
the stack at the treatment facility Raiford and the NRSWA will have to removing the administrative hear. children, said Revels, "and our Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea.
Day
"Ionized gases and particulates will come back with us to have any force'' ing previously scheduled in May, county commissioners will not see
be shot into the atmosphere, maybe or nothing positive will happen, charges: of economic intimidation the problem."
15,000 or 18,000 feet high and spreadover -
an area of 200 square miles," he
said Then when we breathe them in-
to our lungs they will lodge there and
start a cancer, he said.
Beville has a degree in :t'I
Aeronautics and has a backgroundin ,
engineering and organic .
chemistry.
Just what steps are now open to
UCAP is not clear, but a motion by
Dean Traylor to "Pursue every legal rr- -
avenue for recourse for the steps
that have been taken against UCAP
by the State of Florida, by the State
Senate, by the Secretary of DER,
and any and all parties involved"..
in the legislature designating Union
County as the site for the facility was
passed unanimously.The .
tri-county landfill associationhas
been offered two million dollarsif 1
they would back off of the hazar-
dous waste issue, said Sally Gotts, t
president of UCAP. That amount is
still in the appropriations bill passedby
the recent legislative session, in
spite of stated refusals by NRSWA
officials, said Buddy Revels, UCAP
vice-president.
"This is probably the biggest '89.F15OXLT SPECIAL Special New 1989 LTD
criminal conspiracy in the history of
the state of Florida, in my opinion," y r OFF-LEASE fi5 Crown Victoria LX
said Beville. "This has been plannedfor
years," he said. 4x2 RangerXLT's '-
"You're not gonna get anybody in
government to help you. Our County
commissioners say they will help, R J, IYIA
but you know whose side they are
30 Ranger XLT.with Profaned Parkjige 113: Air
on he continued."A ,.. automatic overdrive, air Cond.Speed Conl.Till
lit
three county federal grand ? roinemission* .innmlriv. < condil toning, peed Wheel Stereo w/rauMU, ,
jury ought to be called: to investigatethe VM/frM Slcn-oV/cuftHtlKf* 0,350 few control wllh,Wl ndaw.rod Seat Cower*.Lock Loaded Group) Itowor *
power
Ho
*
Governor, George Kirkpatrick Slop Bumper ndling1'kg. NI wllh low List Price 920.077Dlicount
Spud Control 1 ill Wind mlge 3.577.OO $16,5OO
and the whole Department of En- I Lmhl 1 Croup*Aux FuUTunV .ups ck.n.Pace.sort.t Sale Priced at
> Style Slat Wheels only
vironmental Regulation," Beville
said.
"Kirkpatrick is coming out of the

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Bradford Involved In F-250's

Pre-Census ActivitiesA

master address listing of over
11,200 housing units in Bradford
County is now being prepared by the _
U.S. Census Bureau. XLT Lariat*7.5 DtotclAutomatic A
xl:. With Free Air Conditioning 4 Door Sedan ,Air Conditioning Overdrive Tran.ml..lon K r
AM/FM Stereo With Cassette .
Automatic TranamtMlon Air Conditioning
Less than before the 1990 Overdrive Transmission .Tilt Wheel.Speed Control SpnodTlltWhacrI
one year Tachometer 'AM/FM Stereo W/Caaa. ID Suspension $16,149'
Census, census workers are now in .Chrome Step Biunprr 5 ..Light Group $9599 Power Door Lock*
Sliding Kcur Window
neighborhoods throughout Bradford Power Lock Croup Power Window*

County developing a master addresslist
which will be used to deliver the
1990 census questionnaire to every

resident of Bradford County. 88 1/2 Escort LX LA Bronco

While most ot *londa will receive
the 1990 census questionnaire Hatchback)) .
through the mail, residents of Brad- Eddie Bauer Pkgj3O3V ,-r ,se-?
ford County will have labeled census =
questionnaire packages delivered to (i
their homes. The Census Bureau --
See Our Wide
determined that in these areas it Variety

may be difficult for the Postal Ser of Used Cars & Trucks : .aEnglneOverdrive ./uumD'1c
vice to accurately deliver question- 3 Dr.. Air lontng Trailer 1'OWIn':
II
naires to correct addresses. AMFVPower SouthAtr Conditioning LY IX>ADLDr $ *
DiRilul CkxnInstrumental $6995 I at our lot 301 Y44. 47 OO 595
km Group _
April 1, 1990 Is Census Day in the
United States. Census information Is

used to determine national and local .
--
political representation and the

distribution of billions of dollars of USED VEHICLE SPECIAL USED VEHICLE SPECIAL ,USED VEHICLE SPECIAL. USED VEHICLE SPECIAL. ':

federal funding. '86 BUICK CENTURY LIMITED '86F-l/S0SHORTWHEELBASE/ '85 CHRYSLER" NEW YORKER 85 DODGE LANCER
(4 x 4)

population Bradford of County 20,023 in the recorded 1980 CeoI a- MADOONULACKLOAUKD' S 6 695 tirunmaao.AC.CHROME WIIEE1SCXTRANICE S _.' LUXURY HEATHER.EQUIPMENT S 7 ftJ M \ 4 f ..t : $ 4 850 .1 F

I sus. A more recent census population EXTRANICE 44,000 M f f J 650 PACKACE.UKK BRAND NEW. I fc*" f %J W/REO CAM.CLOTH.UIACK INT. '\:"
I estimate in 1987 shows an Increase {
in population to 23,797.
\t Tax TAO & Tltle ., f.Terwillegar f.
1 "Net After Rebate Plus $49.50 -- .
The U.S. Census Bureau is now
I looking for people to work in these "
pre-census operations in Bradford
i County. Temporary census workers Motors
earn (6 per hour, enjoy flexible
hours and will work in the local area.
,

I Statewide 1-80O-329 FORD 473-FORD
r or more information on current 964-7200 >

job opportunities, call the Florida Starke 371-1096 388-FORD Keystone Heights
State Employment Service, or the
Jacksonville District Office of tho 209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21 r_*
U.S. Census Bureau at 9043663900. I





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I Ther 's Plenty to Do and See in the Three-County- Area on this; Jul ysored 4th.


"Cruising"In for county residents planning to sure you renew yours before that at 7 p.m. with the 1 Mile Fun Run July Celebration is the ,
celebrate the Fourth of July at the date. and the 5K scheduled for 7:30: canning by Pritchett Trucking are
p.m. cake and
pie contest. The bests scheduled to perform at 8 ,
Lakeside Park in Lake Butler. p m drop-
Lake ButlerA Country crafts and historlal ex- cooks in the county have been ping down on the celebration from
Childrens games will begin at 1 hibits are scheduled to be on display
For practicing-up on family members in the sky into the area surrounded by
more information and .
Fourth of regarding pm. continue : m. throughout the afternoon hours in the past several weeks out the dock.
July celebration which the fishing tournament contact The have been arrange for trying This event will be followedat
games the Commmunity Center. Scheduledfor their favorite for
has something for recipes Jelly jam 8:15: by Walt
a speech given by
everyone. Jerry Howwell at Lake four
Butler City age 5 to 6 old 7 to
groups years and
Union display to sell or trade will canned vegetables, and to the fami Hammond of Jacksonville
County's Cruise-In
has entitled
fishing tournament car show a, fisherman Hall.Howell would like to remind all 8 years old,9 to 10 years old and 11 to be collections of stamps,coins,com ly's delight, homemade cake and "American-Patriotism 1989. Mr.Hammond's .
that their boat 12 old.
registration years
ic books and old records.A piA.
fireworks and
other activities is being
many speech
will exoire Jimp 30 so make _JTheFirecracker Classic will begin new addition to this year's 4th of The Williston Sky Divers, spon- sored by the Lake Butler Masonic spon-
... !'i_' o. Lodge. Mr. Hammond who is a
dynamic speaker is Chairman of
the Educational Committee of the
Grand Lodge of Masons of Florida
and is a strong supporter of youth
organizations, such as the boy

scouts.A karate. Show will be performedat

4 p.m.for thoses interest in learn-
ing a few self defense methods.

FUI411 The adult game of the afternoonwill
be the Cow Patty Bingo Game,
SALE which will begin at 5 p.m. Tickets
will be on sale at concession stands
during the day at $10 each. The
grand prize will be for$500,2nd prize
1250 and 3rd prize$100.

The fireworks are scheduled to
begin at 9:15: p.m. and look to be
even bigger and better than last


I rV-- it/\1 year.So if your in the area the day of the
4th,just Cruise on in tothe festivities
the be held at lakeside. You'll be
glad you did.

89 C1500

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Q ,;; r4 PickupSN4107 In KeystoneThe

wwawsesse..w.l.e..a..
20th Annual Our Country Day
.
..- .!e> sauo ws. e.wai ew.es $ nn* Events will be kicked off this upcoming
k. +i.+ ssl.rrrn.r -1
./rn..rsrr Ust weekend in Keystone Heights
I ==========_ $13,455Cost 8 9 MO. with a schedule of events ranging
$11,910 from a Baby Crawl contest to a
; x fireworks display.
Short Wheel The festivities begin Saturday,Ju-
.. Base, Red, ly 1, at 11 a.m. at Keystone Beach
I6 V-8, Air Cond., Auto Trans., with the First Annual Lake Regional
____ Guages and Much Races.Also Saturday,there will be a
More
1 Courtney's School of Dance exhibi-
tion at : m.in the Theme Park,
10.95 APR.$2550 Down a baby crawl contest at 1 p.m. in the
Cash or Trade Qulty Theme Park, a watermelon rating
contest at 2 p.m.at Keystone Beach,
a boat parade at 3 p.m.at Keystone
Beach,a Gatorland Ski exhibition: at
4 p.m. at Keystone Beach, a fish fry
at 5 p.m. at Keystone Beach, and a
street dance at 9 p.m. at the KRA

Fields: .. '.
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The festivities continue on Tues-
day, July 4, with the tennis tourna- ,
ment finals at 8 a.m. in the Theme
Park,a crafts show from 9 a.m. to 5
pm. in the Theme Park, a flag
1988 Spectrum dedication at 10:30: a.m. In the
Theme Park, a parade at 11 a.m. on
Lawrence Boulevard, a Courtney
4 Door Sedan School of Dance exhibition at 12:30:
p.m. in the Theme Park, and an
awards ceremony at 7 p.m. at
List $6300m Keystone Beach. The day's ac-
tivities will close with a spectacular
Enjoy) the comfort of a clean, quiet bi N' rpm' si+e" ; Keystone fireworks Beach.display at dusk also at

ride. Come by today and save like a ,
never before I
4Tic c'I FLORIDA

$ 7 0 98* p TWIN THEATRE

Starke 964-5451

MO, Sr !rum 4-dr. Sedan
*
"10.95 APR 2550 Down 2.50 SPECIAL
Cash or Trade Equity Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing
Tuesday Showing
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.';,PAINT JOB Open Every Night

Starts Friday, June 30

,. Oar '4 $45 0 09 Inc. Factory Paint
"" < BAIIIIIIICHOLSON
/ >? a Minor Repairs

COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK
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Jerry Miller Jim Feints Terry Blakeslee .DeBorah Rothberg Steve Lee 14/?
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Says, "Get Your Car Ready for NOW SHOWING
'86 Ford F150 Custom '85 Silverado. Full Size '87 Honda Accord Summer"

The Superstars ore back.GHOSTBUSTERS.
Blazer. 4x4 Coupons good through June, 1989 ,
6 Cyl.. 4 Sp., ft AT,Low LX
V-8,A T tilt,cs '
PSPB 6,777 : O miles,Allpower r Mr. Ooodwraneh AIR '[cioodwranch: ALIGNMENTS ; .
PL tires,
PW. new $ 777 $8 995 I II IPGI I
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CONDITION CHECK UP
running board. 9 I II **,unci $>1O93M I II I
i I IncludOTILBFrMn $-T Ca ae Il taJwo* v*7
'89 Chevy Astro CL I Burger King present
'
87 Gutless ..
Supreme '89 Cutlass .I-----------.I----------i -
FREE Children' Movie
Supreme
Pass.i
6 Cyl., AT, 7 -
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4 Dr.. V-8 Miies Orlg. MSRP $19,854 Loaded 5 pt wh!.cass: .PL.FW.tilt, I 1------------I J' Mr.Qoodwranch BRAKE : Wed..July Btb \
40,000 $ cruise seats.WAS$16.545 / I CHIPMUNKADVENTURE
OVERHAUL
1 Owner 7,895 Now $ 1 6 888 : TUNE SPECIAL j I U
NOW$13,222 ; ;
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Locked! s.*ol'1lhUV' $4995 Illnclutur$159951cyt. l ?
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Carlo SS Bergundy.T-Top. 4X4 XLT 4X4 :OodVII'n"'h LUBIS, OIL 0-E 1 r M"; o-O'h: COOLING 1 Ii"
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FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL SYSTEM FLUSH "
Buckets.One Owner.All the Toys. PS,PB,AIR.CASSETTE $ I MOST 301 DRIVE-IN
$13,795 $7,395 29,000 Miles 7,777 I CAH8 $1995 : I $4495 I
Loaded I-- -------.I-----------.l Stoke 964-7484
Fri. Sat. & Sun

A drop dead comedy.

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Admission:
CHEVROLET 964-7500 Hwy 301 North Open: Mon.-IM 8:3O-8 P.M. OLDSMOBILE 372-0103 Adults...-................. 99*
Starke Sat.0-6 P.M. Sun. 1-8 P. Children_................. 504 j I
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Area Girl Scouts Enjoy Busy Days At Camp Neyati
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One hundred Girl Scouts spent the statters were praised in the highestfor Beachcomber.
past week on Kingsley 1.lIkeatCamp an outstanding job. Junior Scouts earned Individual
Neyati at Dash and Splash. The scouts from Bradford Union Sports and Ecology as well as the
Each level of scouts worked on the Neighborhood had a busy fun filled shell patch Sea and Shore. Dave
Shell Patch Program which were camp with little time to pump watera Norton and Mr. Shepherd from v
designed by Gateway Girl Scout ( favorite at Neyati). Everyone hada Forestry helped scouts with tree i
I Council After learning more about beautiful blue T-shirt with the identification. Thanks.
I shells and the seashore, everyone camp logo of a fish in a bikini on the Cadettes earned Conchology and
, loaded upon two buses and travelled front. Thanks to Andrea Abrams for two Interest Project Patches, Collecting
I Mnrinclaml! !! last I Knclj>'. The fitting us. We all looked good at ] and Wildlife. Jim Garrison,
weather was not the most Marineland. biologist with Florida Games and
I 'oOp'I'IIv, but rut one seemed to be Crafts were very creative. Using Fresh Water Fish Commission,
loo upset and fxirjonc expressed shells and the sea. scouts made spent Tuesday morning with the
hem mush fun il .as to be part ofVeyatu necklaces and designed pictures scouts helping them be more
; under the direction of Judy Dukes knowledgeable about the area and
("'imp Dln.o: L.iunc Mulhnstilluil and Anna Clayton. Thanks the wildlife before he headed to
: tin a.impi( rs .,md .M.iffcr- Daisy and Brownie Scouts earned South America. Thanks Jim.
i\ ,tin.limn. ui'1, ( unlit( mid II"a!- .1 Try-its. Games and Sports. Music. All older scouts spend Tuesday
,gnnrt, ) t ,'ii'in I HII i n' .ilw.iv s goes |hc Outdoor Fun Girl Scout Ways. as night in the woods where they learn
i M'I mill' to s.i\ ih.ink \nu Hid 1 all well as the shell patch\ He a ed new ways to cook and tried newMEN'SLADIES'CHILDREN'S



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Buy 1 pair Identifying Shells...

Clrl Scout Leader Mary Looney polnU out a hell la Clrl Seoul 0'I I

Jessica. lloweU.center,and Melissa Crasby, right,look carefully at their
Get
2nd iT
recipes as well as learning to put upa
Denver Tent.
All units cooked Wednesday at
noon. The woods were full of
delightful smells and we heard no
complaints.A .
favorite for everyone was the
trip to the lake each day. Thanks to
our very own lifeguard Kathy Hobbs
who was assisted one day by Lori
Boynton. The water games were fun 1

( via'I as and was Wilbur.the watermelon, thanks Sue s


Units were responsible each day s
for flag cememony cleaning up the .
SHOES* area and bathrooms (ugh). We do -
: appreciate the National Guard and

LARGE GROUPS. not entire stock **?Ki Camp Blanding personnel doing the
,.j
extra to make
many things camp IAk
Here, how.it works Select two shoes green tagged "r.- ;;;;...;,..: more pleasant Y
2nd Pair Fr p" Pay for the higher priced pair and ,, 111 e
let the other pair FREE'' Shoes from any group y ?'
Thanks to Lila Rae Yawn who ,
may h' combined for the two pairs brought several shell collections as I

LOOK FOR THE GREEN JAGS! well as knowledge to Neyati on Tuesday r'
<: Everyone enjoyed 'show and
tell'.
.
..- .-....... <<=,. ;> ...., A special thanks to the unit .,
: ,,- --' / --" leaders Sue Moredock Carmen '
"s'v ;,4rts-u. Eaves, Dorene Davis, Ruth Corey, ;
r Pam Thrift Joan Carlton, Eadi
Carlton, Gertrude Griffis, Bobbie
Westcott Candi Norman, Nirki
Moody, Mary Looney, Peg Trimble i
Nancy Webster, Bobbie Howell,

STARKE STOREin Casey Carolyn Trimble Eaves, and Sarah Stephanie Looney,

DEERFOOT VillAGE Sellers. Also thanks to Kathy who
led the singing each morning, camp Look at This...
1371 South Walnut, nurse Garver Andrea Waterhouse and Judy and Ctrl Scout Daisies, Allison. Cliaitaln 6, left and Clan Corey,5,are fascinatedby
for driving the bus
.. next to Wal-Mart. assisting in crafts. the content of a milk jug they played with at Camp NeyaU Monday,June I
r 19. Dairies, and Brownie kept their cool at Klngdey Lake by playing In the
Open 9 to 9 daily; 12 to 6 Sun. Thanks to IGA Spires in Lake we'ii..
Butler, Eckerd's in Starke, First
United Methodist Church,Len,Brett
and Donna, we appreciate all your
support.

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24 Pk. 12 Oz. Come to OurPEPSI
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0 Saturday July 1 odopa -Help Me- Out..

o, Q 50 a Anna Clayton left,help. out Pixie Carmen WaterbouM, S.1D"IDg.....and
e' -. f craft at Camp NeyaU Monday,June 19. Pixie or Tagalong are preschool
;.I F Several businessmen from the area will be oo ao children who belong to Ctrl Scout staff and who are toe young to be_....

oaf participating including Sonny's Bar-B-Q's o 0 0

od o4 Larry Reddish Western Steer's Harry o oe

Rubbermaid Resin Hatcher, and Wal Mart's own Robert Garrett o 0 Local Servicemen...

88 Servicemen... Griffis was promoted to his pre-
sent rank while
Stackable serving with the 1st
6 Pvt. Therese Glover Force Service Support Group at
Now at Ft. Hood Camp Pendleton.A .
oo Chairs Square Dancing 1988 graduate of Bradford High
Army Pvt. Therese G. Glober has School, he joined the Marines in Oc-
e oea arrived for duty at Ft. Hood, Texas. tober, 1988.
: 'deJl # at.o"I' :,Gre l. : oi Klcis Inside Front of StoresiFtNG'ERPRrN He is an artillery fire-support
specialist with the 3rd Field Ar-
: : : ; : tillery. Smn. Clyde Daniel
; > itN:G
ao ; .. .. \ "" 6 9 Glover is the son of Joan Lax of Stationed in Japan
p.m. p.m. Biscoe,N.C. and Curtis E.Glover
ooedo S' 1"i'; : of Navy Seaman Recruit Clyde S.
at..., .,' ,'Ju 0-' .. I Keystone Heights. His wife, Daniel, son of Donnie S. &Ginger P.
j Saturday. July 1 Gaylene, is the daughter of Dolan Daniel 01 Lake Butler recently
coj o and Mary F. Hall of Biscoe, N.C. reported for duty aboard the aircraft

All Proceeds carrier USS Midway,homeported In
o 08. Pvt. Jerry Cruce Yokosuka,Japan.A .
from these FREE PRESCRIPTION Completes Basic 1988 graduate of Union County
High School he Joined the Navy in
c1 events win go Marine Pvt.Jerry L.Cruce,a 1988 August, 1988.
to ARC JSpl$5&; s e 00ego BHS graduate and son of Carol D.

O Brier of Lawtey has completed Cpl. Corey Smith
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kI //\2fl 1 PRESCRIPTION 19 i opo e recruit Recruit Depot training at Parris at Marine Island Corps, S.C. Completes Course

1 COUPON roc He participated in an active Marine Lance Cpl. Corey T.
I -J I physical conditioning program and Smith, son of Eddie Smith of
I l e gained proficiency Di a variety of Brooker, recently completed the
military skills,including first aid,rifle -
$500 Turboprop Propulsion Mechanic
l oi marksmanship and close order
Chanule
Pay To The Course at Technical Training -
$ drill. Teamwork and
i Order Of Wal-Mart Pharmacy self-discipline Center at Chanute AFB, Ran-
eb were emphasized throughout the
toul Illinois.
,
t = Get Your (Good AI Location) eo training cycle. the 11 week course, Smith
,: Prescription FREE Up To S5.00. I e.o During the operation and
: .p I I IS Over $5 Pay The Difference. maintenance of hydraulically
I I'.;, I Limit Coupon Per Family Pfc. Phillip Griffis operated propellers controls and ac- I
(Maximum 30 Day Supply)
oc. 1 Customer Signature Stationed in Calif. cessories. Emphasis was placed on
,t. "P- .1 : o' } ground safety practices, associated
I'; v o qa o Trana/l Marine Pfc. Phillip D. Griffis. son ground support equipment and electrical
Qo open i .j of Paul D. and Gertrude Griffis of fund melltaJa. I
rY Pharmacist S.gnoiure .' Starke recently reported for duty A 1968 graduate of Buchhols Utah
NEGOTIABLE FOR CASH
: & w NOT rrr rrr rrrrr-w r-rrrrrrrrrrrrrr with the 1st Force Service Support School Gainesville, he Joined the
," :. MdD.o Group at Camp Pendleton, Call/ Marines in September 1968.


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: Deerfoot Village



Super juneI


29-30 I IL


; ____ July 1

Thurs.Saturdayu.s. Fri. Q

301 South All Deerfoot Village Merchants are
Starke, FL participating Super Bargains!


!Deerfoot $5 Gallery .. Bobbie's 964-3744 Beef Pet Store


Parakeets y
CUSTOM FRAMING AT BARGAIN PRICES
2 for 1 FISY
ORIGINAL ART&LIMITED EDITION PRINTS ijrooeach
Buy One Get One FREE
Florida With All Aquarium Combos p cal
Wildlife F R E E Frame 4% O Fish

Poster Purchase Complete Pet Supplies
Birds&Supplies Tropical
Featuring Popular North Florida Artists Animals&Marine an puppies

I

o SALEi:4 OGAN'S EROS

AND SALADS
.,
STUMP'S FREE Beverage or
FREE Domestic Draft

Department-T'B 'W'lh t Store ., I Beer. with. .Purchase,
visa Ni; fc. of Any .Sandwich- -
I Mastercard 9645423Vito's During our Sidewalk Sale
__ '

Pizza & Come Inside and Check Out Our Sensational Summer Sale

I_ Yogurt Shop RADIOatSHACK I

Thursday, Friday & '
Saturday Deerfoot Village Shopping Center
Eat In or Take Out Only! Starke 964-7474 I'

PIZZA 4th of July Special

I 12 MINIMUS 7
Also on Sale: SpeakersYour 2995
Stereos for Home,
Office Car; Your Choice:Black or
Portable Radios White

BARGAINS
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Let GALORE!
IA/cl
FOOD LION
DRESS am SHOP
FOOD I LION I
Spark Your July 4th Cookout China Crystal Silver '

2O Ib Food LionCHARCOAL 24pk.Sultcase NECTARINES I SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE!! I
BUSCH or or
NATURAL LITE PLUMS We're Open from 9:30: -5:30
$2.49 Monday through Saturday
$7.99 69 9645051WATERMELONS
Ice Cold Delicious
$2.99 EA. H5BBI

!,C.OUPOM ICOUPON COUPON ,
V I

Goodtimes, Inc. :

Hair Design. ., .- n, ,ai.l..s.-,, Tanning, Visit Deerfoot Village Shopping :
\\.9.". 4-r2:2. : ::2. : Welcome Walk-Ins! ,Center this weekend for Values i

T'anning. Sp.ec''ial and Bargains Galore at every
2' .If]99 for 10 visits 1 0% OFF store in the Center. ji
":I:' :Rig'50.00 valuemmr.nAm..TANNING

Retail Price; Don't Miss the Vuiuesat Wal Mart and 1
Stf O.U ffOflfBegular U Price:of 24.95 Paul Mitchell. Shoe City Check out their ads on the i

OFFERS GOOD WITH Redken Nexxus preceeding page for more bargainsTHIS
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I Lennon Gets 8 Years for Multiple Charges fJerome I

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Rundolph Lennon was with the wrong people" accordingto he went into Tenneco to collect tempted roDDery, attempteu aimed
sentenced Monday to serve a his father. money from a drug debt which kidnapping received five year
minimum mandatory three years in Speaking on his own behalf Lennon started the scenerlo. sentences to run concurrent with the POOL DOCTOPd:
the Department of Corrections told of this bad episode in his life The jury believed Lennon had eight year sentences.The remaining ,
followed by ten years probation.A and being mixed up with the wrong gone to Tenneco with the Intention to charge, attempted battery of a law
jury found Lennon guilty\ of the crowd and asked for mercy Lennon rob the store and they found him enforcement officer received a j
multiple charges resulting from his lost an eye in the struggle last guilty on all nine counts. He was sentence of six months in the county 1
arrest last November following a November which he said caused him found guilty of stealing a deputy'sgun jail. Special conditions included DOES YOUR CARE'i
harrowing Sunday chase through punishment already.. ,policeman's patrol car,tryingto seeking drug treatment. The NEED INTENSIVE
Starke. According to Kelly Lennon may steal a van, and leading most of minimum mandatory three years Now Making House Calls
Lennon, 32, was a "one man crime have been mixed up with the wrong Bradford County law enforcementon will be followed by a ten years
wave that spread like wildfire people but nobody shoved (crack)) a four hour chase through Starke. bation. pro-
through Starke," according to Assis- down his throat. Judge Pierce said Five of the original charges; Even minimum mandatory POOL CLEANING POOL REMODELING
tant State Attorney Brian Kelly,who perhaps it was a reflection on society
at- sentences
strong arm are now
escape robbery receiving gain
with the best WASHING
asked Acting Circuit Court Judge that someone POWER
tempted armed robbery,shooting into time and good time in an effort to
George H. Pierce to go outside parents and a good home could ruinIt
an occupied vehicle and escape relieve the overcrowded prison con-
sentencing guidelines. all by becoming mixed up with 964-8820 ASK FOR BILLY
received a sentence of eight years ditions, according to a prison CALL
Lennon's parents, the Rev. Levy driiRs! Rv Lennnr s own admission ronrurrpnt Grand theft auto, at- spokesman.
and Beulah Lennon and a family
friend, Elizabeth Walker, testified to x
his character. "He lust eot mixed up

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Starke Man Faces

Multiple ChargesA

20-year-old Starke man faces
multiple charges after he fled from a
traffic stop. r
Jessie Summer Simmons of 415
Herlong St. was observed driving in
,
a reckless manner June 27 on Keller r ,.. 'WHEN THE
St., according to Patrolman Gordon I / BEEF ISI
Smith. The officer attempted to stop
Simmons who fled. Smith chased 1 ,I W-D BRAND
him for several blocks to THE Apts. 1 EXPECTCOMPANYI"
where Simmons abandoned thevehi- / I- !
cle and fled to a wooded area. Smith a Y 1 Y.
and several officrs searched the ,
area but Simmons again fled on foot ; Y/
and hid in a lady's apartment at 835 U. S. CHOICE
E. Brownlee St. Upon searching the l -
h
house he was found hiding inside a .. W-D BRAND

refrigerator Simmons was, said charged Smith.with wilful- -I. U.S. CHOICE

wanton reckless driving, fleeing and : :: "I ei': J
attempting to elude, driving while\ :i j ,
license suspended, resisting arrest jTUE A DELMONICO
without violence.A warrant Sim-
mons charging violation of probation .
for grand theft and burglarywas
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Bradford's Dugan is Achievement Award Winner

'ThisrN lJ1iat Boutique

By Mark Frledlln Patrick was nominated for this coaches, counselors or other our youth Is more Important
Country Crafts Furniture Craft Supplies JzJ BCT Staff Writer award by Counselor Reginald school sponsors and upon the than ever before In America's
Bradford Middle School Stu- Terry at the school he prevl- Standard of Selection set forth history" said Dr. George
dent Patrick Dugan Jr. has beenselected > ously attended In New Iberia. La. by the academy. The criteria: for Stevens USAA Executive Direc-
Custom Orders 2145 WHARF STREET to the United States' before moving to Bradford selection are a student's aca- tor, in a statement accompanying -
MIDDLEBURO Achievement Academy as a National County with parents Lynn ands demic performance Interest Patrick's notification. "USAA
Callfor Classes! Award Winner for Sarah Dugan. Patrick will ap- and aptitude, leadership qualities award winners should be con-
(904) 2828983HWY. honor roll performance during! pear In the United States responsibility, enthusiasm, gratulated and appreciated for
the past school year. Achievement Academy Year- motivation to learn and im- their dedication to excellenceand
16 E. Past Camp Blanding to Hwy. 21 to Mlddleburg The award Is a prestigious I book published nationally.The prove, citizenship and a achievement.
Turn Right on Main St. to Wharf st. honor few students hope to at Academy selects USAA cooperative spirit and a Patrick Is the son of Lynn and
tain. The academy recognize 1 winners upon the exclusive rec- recommendation from a teacheror Sarah Dugan. His grandparentsare
less than 10% of all American i ommendatlon of teachers counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dugan
High School stiidrnts. "Recognizing and supportingCROWDCOMNrCOUNT





? Sr.Recent ArrestsThe





following arrests were madein
Bradford County by local
I II4 "THE HAMBURGER r5- authorities.

i' .1, 11 THAT BUNS LOVE"
Karen Traxler Clark of
PRICES GOOD
Gainesville was arrested June 24 for
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TOURS-WED. OPEN REGULAR retail theft, according to Patrolman
o 'W JUNE 29-JULY 5, 1989 i r t "
J- y STORE HOURS Perry Gorman. Clark was detainedin
QUANTITY RIGHTS 1, Lion after
RESERVED the parking lot of Food
JULY 4th she allegedly stole a carton of
cigarettes.

Anthony Dewayne French of
SELECT LEAN MEATY Starke was arrested June 24 for
retail theft according to Patrolman
SMALL 31/2 LBS. DOWN PREMIUM GRADE Gorman. French is charged with
LEAN stealing a sandwich in Winn Dixie.
Bond was set at$250 cash or surety.He .
PORK FRYER GROUND remains in custody.

Carl Edward Griff,32,of Lawteywas
arrested June 24 for arson, ac-
SPARERIBS cording to Deputy Jason Bennett.
QUARTERS CHUCK Griffis is charged with setting fire to
a shed on the property of Joe Fields
two weeks ago. Bond was set at
$5000, he was released on his own


9-11 PKG.LB. recognizance.George Augusta Smith was ar-

$ rested June 24 on two warrants
$187 charging burglary, according to
Patrolmen William Brown and
9 43 Wayne Wilkinson. Bond was set at
$custody.$6,000 cash or surety.He remains in


Willie Norman Suggs,46,of Starke
LB. was arrested June 23 for violation of
LB. LB. probation for sale of substance in
lieu of controlled substance, accor-
ding to Deputy Barry King. Bond
was set at $5000, cash or surety.
Suggs remains in custody.

PORK RIBLETS .%?$8" PREMIUM DRUMSTICKS GRADE, THIGHS 9-11 or LB.WINGS PKQ. FRYER. LB. 78, W-O BOLOGNA REGULAR or FRANKS .'33- 99 rested Martin June Lyle 22 Dudding on a warrant, 27, was for ag-ar-

gravated battery and child abuse,
according to Chief Deputy Pat

i, ......... U.S.HALF CHOICE SLICED WHOLE FREE or MEDALLION BRAND WDCOOKED Henry. Bond was set at$10,000 Alachua Dud-
BEEF transferred to
ding was
/ I it.c= tlb 111 BONELESSR1BEYES FRYER DRUMSTICKS t, HAM County.
SPARERIBS t
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,-- ".. .1''i....'....:.'! $999LB. rested June 20 for an old Bradford check
-:;; C County charge of worthless ,
$14'7 $457 :; ...." 98r according to Lt.David Aderholt.She
9 was released after a $250 cash bond
Ae LB. LB. LB. was posted. Smith is also wanted in
Pins County for chaining property -
BONELESS W.D BRAND U.s. CHOICE LEAN
in return for a worthless check.
FARMSTEAD $387 T-BONE $97 HICKORY SWEET $1" GROUND ROUND La J97

PORK CHOPS LI STEAKS . BONELESS HAM La I Steve Goodman 30, was arrested
W-O SLICED FREE W.O BRAND U.S. LEAN CHOPPED June 21 charged with harassing
CHOICE BEEF BONELESS ALL VARIETIES $ 97HARVEST telephone calls three counts. Bond
SPECIALTRIMMED O7c TOP SIRLOIN $397 W-D C SIRLOIN. . IB | was set at$1,000,he was released on
WHOLE HAM. La 9 I STRIP STEAKS. u CHIPPED MEATS zslli 39C his own recognizance.Axel .

Dwayne Barnes..30,of Starkewas
: arrested June 27 for failure to
ii- EVERYDAY appear for change of plea,accordingto
PRICE EVERYDAY EVERYDAY Lt. Aderholt. Bond was set at
( D Low LOW PRICE PRICE FRESH $1,000 recognizance., he was released on his own


e PRODUCEs Marvin Ollie Smith, 32, of Starkewas
arrested June 26 for battery
I l 1 I I .7. 1 s 1 I s s (domestic),according to Sgt.Gerald
s I Hayes. Lt. K. R. Hinds,Jr.observed
makes the produce. Smith attempted to strangle the vic-
I I I I i i WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. tim and called for assistance and
Smith was arrested. Bond was set at
$500, he was released on his own
WHITE or RED recognizance.

I e \ SERAPES Traffic

I Larry Brown, 26, was arrested
June 21 for obstruction by disguise
4 driving while license suspendedDWLS
( ),expired tag,improper tag,
9geHARVEST according to Patrolman Susan
Wilkerson.Bond was set at$1,360.75,
LB.ilVIMYDAY he was released on his own
recognizance.Gary .

FRESH David Hileman, 26, of
LOW FRICIS CITRUS PUNCH ORAPEADE. PINK LEMONADE. .I VIM Y DAY LOW: FMCl'! GREENPEANUTS Keystone Heights was arrested June
COUNTRY STYLE LEMONADE or 24 on a capias for DWLS (failure to
DEEP SOUTH MINUTE MAID $ 59 pay court costs), according to Lt.
HAMBURGERDILL FRUIT PUNCH 2 tt rNi | Aderholt. He was released after he
BACARDI paid$50.

CHIPS JELLO BA RDI MIXERS gg Y Richard Bell Egen, 22, of
,. $199|
,
PUDDING . PIG. 11 INer g aee LB. Wlllmette.for DWLS IL according was arrested to Captain June 25

o SUPERBRAND William Tillotson. He wes released
9 ac SWISS STYLE O $ 00 after a $213.25 surety bond was
1 '
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111 JAR YOGURT . SIZE HARVEST FRESH
KOUNTRV FRESH Thomas Robert Arnold,40,was arrested
IMITATIONSLICES REGULAR BROCCOLI June 20 for DWLS, accordingto
THRIFTY MAID 'IfrlO.UN. 48-- . . 1IS 99C. BANQUET $289 \ Patrolman Gorman. He was
.
,BAKED BEANS FRIED CHICKEN SIZ"t released after a $215.25 surety bond
-- \ C ,was posted.
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. ALL PHARMACIES 9 8
MARKETPLACE Earl was ar-
FRESH HEAD OFF WILL BE Robert Ter1'th!! !9t
29/30-CT.. 12-14 LB. AVQ. PHARMACY BUNCHHARVEST rested June 20 for DWLS, improper
... JUMBO HEADLESS KING CLOSED JULY 4 tag, possession of drug paraphernalia :
SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY according: toTerrell's Lt. Aderholt.
f ): WHITE SHRIMP SALMON For Your Needs. Our 1 vehicle was stopped on a
G; \ .' Prescription FRESH fl 1"" 40 '... pharmacists are available to answer LIMES . n. IU' after a $965.25 surety bond was
.og $ 9 9 your prescription questions, advise f JUMBO posted. Passenger in the vehicle
FISH RMANS 5 you of low cost generic drugs Lawrence Dewayne Slocum,22,was
n.WHARF:',' available, have computerized recordYELLOW 39 C charged with possession of drug
_FRESH SEAFOOD_ LB. LB. keeping for your convenience, accept ONIONS. 'La paraphernalia, according to Deputy
all major third party prescription King.Bond was set at$1.000,he was
LARGE tt/40 CT. HEADLESS FRESH Ice Cold Watermelons I released on his own recognizance at
KING, SALMON plans, including PCS-PAID and.
WHITE his first appearance.
$599 $699 MEDIMET and will never knowingly
Available In all Stores.
SHRIMP. . La STEAKS . La ''be undersold. Karen Annette Holts., 37 of
Alachua County was arrested June
20 for driving under Influence, according
: to Deputy King. She was
released after a $500 cash bond was

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Couple Sentenced For Growing t i rL



Pot on Family Farm in BradfordA L r

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Bradford County couple caught elaborate operation. Officers founda minimum manadatory three-year
growing marijuana on their farm seed bed of young plants in rows sentence and a $25,000 fine. Sri
were sentenced Monday to serve about six feet long ready to be ed no contest to the charge ofytraf-
time prison., he in the county jail and she in transplanted in to individual peet ficking in May. She will be eligiblefor
pots, several trays of young plants gain time according to a DOC y r
Former criminal records clerk, aready transferred to pots and in a regulation. ,t A*
Faye Frances Whitehead, 42, was nearby building a quantity of cured Many friends and family were In
sentenced to 4Mi in the Depart marijuana on a sheet and a numberof the courtroom Monday for the
ment of Corrections years and fined stalks from which the leaves had sentencing. The family testified that {'., .
$25,000 for trafficking in cannabis. been stripped, apparently ready for growing marijuana was "Faye's
market.A project but they were aware of the ,. '
Her husband,Allen Bradford (A. B.) .
Whitehead, Jr. was sentenced to project. Faye said they were in
drying room containing more financial trouble and growing the ...
serve 12 months in the county jail for than 200 plants, strung on strings, marijuana was her idea but she
manufacturing cannabis. Judge not unlike a tobacco barn were being
never dreamed she would be stan-
M. Tench said he
Benjamin
was
cured under electric lamps.The dry-
ding in court.
leaving A. B.'s possible work release
filled nine
ing plants plastic garbage
from the discretion of _
jail to the the wf
bags. Many unanswered questions re- +tu i7
sheriff A water hose ran from the lot to main concerning the operation,
The couple were arrested April 6 the planting which consisted of two where did Faye get her start in
after more than 1,600 marijuana 410-420 foot rows between rows of growing the illegal crop and if law
Stubble indicated
plants were found on their farm planted pines. officers are correct in their assump-
plants had been cut leaving 103
when a Florida Department of Law where tion whn was she supplying.The .
plants some 800 to 900 plants
Enforcement spotter plane flew over had To the plants
protect
the field of planted pines adjacent to grown. Whiteheads said they were ..... .. .. -
from cold, 27 large fuel oil heaters "'-'- "' '-
the Whitehead home on NW 60th St. new to the business and had not sold
in Two of
were place. pounds dry
near Union County.. The plants were cured marijuana was found in the any. Judge Tench said if they had Fun at the Library., ..
growing between pine rows. "It was freezer Inside the residence.The made no money it was simply Children age 3 S enjoy itorylelllng by Donna Rowell, a volunteer helping with the summer reading program, at the
just luck they found the plants, they because they were caught too soon, Bradford Public Library Tuesday June 27.Children from area prechoob attended the Westward Ho program
were not searching that area, the he was sure they intended to use the Tuenlay.Many other program are planned for the lummer, today'program will begin at 10 a.m.
plane just happened to fly over on couple! were arrested and profit from the sale.
their way to lunch,"said one law en- charged with manufacturing can-
forcment officer. nabis. Due to the amount of mari- Tench said the need for money
juana found and the extent of in- was no excuse for growing mari Grant Calls for Legislative Action on Flag Issue
FDLE contacted the Bradford volvement the state attorney filed juana."You.
County Sheriff and the two agenciesput multiple charges against the implicated your children, Congressman Bill Grant called on Florida. Insult to the men and women who
their ground crews into position.A Whiteheads including trafficking in yet you tell me you are great that
Governor Bob Martinez to convene Grant said he was outraged their lives for our freedom and
search warrant was secured cannabis, possession, manufacturing parents I say you sure set a lousy the Florida Legislature at the the Supreme Court, on the eve of gave liberty," Grant said. "If the idealson
before law enforcement officers and cultivation of cannabis. The example Tench told the America's celebration,
birthday
earliest opportunity to pass an anticipated which our country was foundedare
entered the property to find an charge of trafficking carries a Whiteheads. Constitutional amendmentto would stretch the Constitution to worth fighting for, then so is the
protect the sanctity of the protect people who deface the sacred honor of the American flag."
WgfrnirtTenns American flag. American flag. Grant said he expects quick Congressional
On June 21, the U.S.SupremeCourt "The Supreme Court decision is an action
voted 5-4 that people who burnor
Earn your high school desecrate the American flag in TFN-B .
political demonstrations are protected
the 910 par Hou L'M o/n\ by the Constitution.That decision Bradford
diploma by taking \\MthAfitondforS5eoch/ 1Col
out antidesecrationstatutes
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Mrs. J ane Fram e one" UaUHlllCI i ,El toot D AMDO" TV right UI' visits, food, beautiful flowers and day, June 27 In Madison St. Baptist gressive Primitive Baptist Churchin W. Va., and Roy Payne of Proctor-
Mrs. Jane Louise McIntosh, Fla; four grandchildrenand other acts of kindness shown to us. Church with Rev. Henry McKinney Jacksonville. vllle, Ohio; and two grand
Starke died Frame, 64 of two great-grandchildren. Our special thanks to Steve Futch officiating. Interment was in Crosby Survivors include one brother daughters.Graveside.
Charleston Area Wednesday, June 14 In Graveside funeral services were and his staff at Jones Funeral Home Lake Cemetery under the directionof H.R. Crawford of Jacksonville; andseveral funeral services with
Memorial Division in Medical Charleston Center held June 24 in Santa Fe Cemeterywith for their help and concern during our Jones Funeral Home of Starke. nieces and nephews. military rites were held June M at
,W. Rev.J.D.Bowen officiating. difficult time. Graveside funeral services will be Keystone
Heights Cemetery with
Va.,
following brief
a illness. Infant Curtis II
terment in Santa Fe
Lyons
Born in was Cemetery held at 11 a.m. in Dyal Cemetery on Father Tom Gordon officiating. Ar-
Cheylan, W. Va. Mrs. under direction Jones Funeral Thank YouAll
the of
Frame relocated to Starke with Infant Curtis Alan Lyons,II, son of Thursday, June 29 with Elder rangements were handled by Jones
her Home of Starke.
husband Therman, in of us at St. George's Mission Melissa Norman Lyons and Curtis George Daunhauer officiating. Ar- Funeral Home.In .
the First 1979. She attended would like to thank all of you for taking Alan Lyons of Palatka,was stillborn rangements are being handled by lieu of flowers, donations may
Presbyterian Card of ThanksWe
Church of Starke and was a member such a great interest in helpingthe June 22 at Alachua General Hospitalof Jones Funeral Home. be made to: North Central Florida
of the American Legion would like to express our homeless mothers.We are still in Gainesville. John II. Hospice P.O. Box 15233
POSt 56.Survivors. Auxiliary sincere appreciation for all the food great need of clothes, money and tin Survivors include his parents; one PayneMr. Gainesville,Fl. 32604.
Include one son, Robert flowers, cards and prayers receiveduring for a metal roof.There is still a lot of sister Amanda Suzann Lyons ofPalatka John H. Payne, 64, of
E. Frame of Charleston our recent loss. work to be done. Apply at 206 Water ; maternal grandparents, Keystone Oaks, died Wednesday,
daughter, Carol Harrington; one of A special thank you to Dr. Bruce Street or caU 9649612. Marcus and Joy Norman of Starke; June 21 at his residence following an Mrs. Claire BrouillardMrs.
SUrke her parents, Homer Pollock and staff, Reverend Robert and paternal grandparents: Garnett extended illness.
B.
and
Elva Walker of Duck, W.Va. one Register and Archer Funeral Home. Marvin L. LawsonMr. and Leona Brooks of East Palatka Born Sept. 24 1924 in Huntington, Claire Louise Brouillard 60,
brother, Jim Walker of Duck;, W. To our friends -thank you for being Private funeral services will be ata W.Va., Mr. Payne moved to of Starke, died Tuesday, Juen 27, at
Marvin Lawrence Lawson, 88,
Va.; four sisters Ella and Betty there. later date in Dyal Cemetery with Keystone in 1980. He served in the North Fla. Regional Hospital In
of Starke died June 25 at his
Eagle of Charleston, JoAnn The of Winston Walker Rev. DeWight McQueen officiating. Army Air Corps and was a veteranof Gainesville following an extended il-
Family residence as a result of a sudden il
Truman and Vonnie Moore of Duck, Jones Funeral Home of Starke is in WWII, and was a retired lness.
W.Va.; three grandchildren and lness. charge of arrangements.Mrs. telegraph operator for C&O Born and raised in Oxford Mass.,
one Born Oct. 11, 1900 in Blufton, Ga.,
greatgrandchild.Funeral In MemoryOf Railroad: He was a member of she was the widow of the late
Mr. Lawson moved to Starke in 1946 Rose O'Neil Am Vets Post 86 in Keystone,and the
Charles J.
Brouillard. She moved
services to
were held June Our Dad from Auburndale. He was a charter Mrs Alison Crawford Brotherhood of & Steam-
.. O'Nej1 Railway
17 at the Wilson Rome Miami in 1970 where she
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Funeral Home in was
member of Madison St. Baptist 76,of ;: died Tuesday, June 27in ship Clerks.
Charleston with Rev. David Sutton Tracy E. YonIt Church, a member of Lodge 35 Gainesville\ Nursing Center Survivors Include his wife, Connie employed by the Baptist Hospital as
officiating. Burial was in the Tyler has been a year since we lost our F&AM, a 32nd degree Mason, a following an extended illness. C. Payne; three daughters, Karen day care center supervisor. She
Mountain Memory Gardens in Dad. It was a sad time for us,but we member of Woodmen of the World Born Sept. 13, 1912 in Lawtey,Mrs. Cadwell of Huntington, W.Va.. moved to Starke in 1963 where she
Charleston W.Va. know he is up in heaven watchingover and was retired from the State of O'Neill was a lifelong resident of Elizabeth Payne of Ocala, and has resided since. She was a
us and we are still trying to Florida Surplus Property Divisionas Bradford County. She was a Melissa Payne of St. Augustine; two member of St. Edwards Catholic
Judge S. GregoryMr. make him very proud of us. Sales Clerk in Bradford< County homemaker and a member of Pro- sons. Carter Payne of Huntington, Church of Starke.
Dad love and miss Survivors include one daughter, SM Pan 13B
Judge Swanson we you very
Gregory, 96,
Sara Groves of Starke (and the late .. ..
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of Hampton, died Tuesday, June 20 much and one day we will be h .
in the VA Medical Center of together again. Pamela Faye Dyal; three sons .\ Eloria Eeaer r' :
Gainesville following an extended il- Your loving children Henry O.Lawson Marvin L. 'Sonny' and ',. .. !. ,' r
lness. Misty Charly David E. all of Starke; three -
brothers, H.A. Lawson of Live Oak
Born Oct. 8, 1892 in Edinburg, andJ.T.
Card of ThanksThe W.M. Lawson of Auburndale
Miss.,Mr.Gregory moved to
Hamp- Lawson of Starke; four sisters,
ton in 1954 from Ocala. He was a family of Ruby Lee Lilley Eunice Dukes and Louise Turlingtonof
member of Hampton Baptist, a wants to say thank you to all the Auburndale, Celestial Swindell of
farmer and a veteran of WWI in the many friends and neighbors in their Lakeland and Mildred Woodham of
U.S. Army loving support during the illness and Jacksonville; twelve grandchildrenand GREAT RATES5Month
Survivors include one son, Joseph loss of our beloved.Ruby. 10 great-grandchildren..
Gregory of Gaithersburg, Md., and preciate the many prayers cards Funeral services were held Tues-

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A great view of the lake from a MATTRESS SPECIALS 3
summer cabin, nothing to do but
fishing, sailing and water skiing fora STARTING AT
week, maybe two. Sound like a
vacation? It is, the kids vacation
from home summer camp.
Campers at Camp Crystal Lake EACH PIECB
participate in windsurfing, is
Bob n iH ears
volleyball, swimming, basketball,
archery, arts and crafts,snorkeling, ffl.fr.ancC'ERncCs. Beds
canoeing, fishing, waterskiing and ."
many other activities during their "
stay at the camp. .
They also have a daily newspaper 1700 WELLS ROAD PLAZA AM- toe .,
called"The Crystal Enquirer. This .., .. .. ""'284-7366"*. ?SAT. 10-S SUP&1.S
one-page tabloid keeps campers in-
formed on who caught the biggestfish I "
or who got up on skis for the first r

time.Camp Crystal Lake, which is own-
ed by the Alachua County School Sailing Sailing... H ;
Board, allows students from other :
and counselor Taml watches from her chair for win the ::
counties to attend if there is room Top right:Lifeguard Chapin a*camper prepare a test first
after Alachua County students are day of camp.A sailboat glide put In the background the activities begin at Camp Crystal Like Monday,Jute 19.
considered. Students in grades 2nd !LA & GARDEN FXP 9
through 8th can attend for a oneor ,
two-week session. Lower right Instructor Tom "McFly"Ingram take,left to right Justine Cole,Cory Beckham and lush Nowak for a
The Camp is also used during the practice run.During class Ingram stressed the Importance wearing Ufejacketo while In the boat. WE TAKE TRADE-INS!!
school year as part of a continuing
education program for students. Center Instructor P.ul"P.J."Jo t tie a lpec.IaI"not preparing the sailboat for the....ter..biIe camper watch
Students from Alachua County go on carefully.Student are offered a variety of activities to participate In at camp lDchIcUnf..atenkIIaf,snorkeling.
field trips to the camp as part of this SAVE
program.The horseback riding and kayaking.

campers sign up for classes
the first day of camp. They meet
every morning for an assembly after UP TO 25O
breakfast and cabin inspection.
After a skit during the assembly, LAW OFFICE OF
campers head for their classes.
The first day of class, campers in LANSING J. ROY
the sailing class watched as their instructor 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Paul "P.J." Jost set up the
first sailboat. Jost told the studentsto Keystone Heights, FL 32656
watch carefully because they
would have to set up the second one. 473-7256 Model #56150 8 H.P.
The first day students were taken
out in the boat by the instructors but Brlggs e Stratton 1/C

would soon be sailing by themselves.To ANNOUNCING: Commercial grade
conclude each session the
campers have a banquet and awards GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW engine
ceremonies.With w/32" 4 inl cutting
many new skills mastered, "A Full Service Law Firm" deck.
the campers can go home from their 5 and 1
$1620.00
vacation and relax, until next year. Attorneys Paralegal Reg.


Low Interest ImprovementLoans Personal Injury&Wrongful Death; Bankruptcy Law;Informal Now

Available Now Creditor Workouts; IRS &Department of Revenue Negotiations;;

I Divorce & Family Law;Wills &Probate; and Criminal Law 137O
, Low interest loans and grants to
repair owner occupied homes are (DUI Felony- Misdemeanor- Juvenile)
currently available from the
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According to local FmHA County vJfJNA
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loans and grants are available for
elderly applicants who do not ordinarily T
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The maximum grant is $5,000 and Brlggs Stratton
the maximum loan and grant cannot
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In order to qualify for the program engine
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."I must be located in a rural area,town TO-RENA'; 'MOTEL Reg. $1749.99
I or community. Eat-In or Take Out
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program,contact the FmHA County ALL YOU CAN EAT e ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
Office at 5709-C NW 13th St., Now
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R.V.t. CAMPERS FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES NOTICE Ceco/lo/ TeTW///gor/

TRAVEL TRAILERS FOR SALE VACATION AT BEAUTIFUL KINCSLEV LAKI $350.00 Weekly
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building Enterprise Zone, Downtown
$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF Stark, Reduced to 49900.
mltt.d
25 FT. TRANS-STAR motor horn, self to the Bradford County
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, 112 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 14x54plus OWNER FINANCE Ralford-2BR IBo, frame home 1.63 landscaped
contained, many extras, Ilk.new 7900 bedroom addition. 3000. Telegraph office In writing and paid In on acres nicely
measures 24x36" $50 each. Great for
advance unless $ 20,000
actual miles. Paid over $41.000. credit Is already
29500. Phone 964-74S7. llpd 6/29 asking patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 94 6551. 4lpd 6/8.29 established with this office NE 24th AVE 2BR. 1 bath carport porch $ 26.000
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1983 BR MH,
II FT. TRAVEL TRAILER. single axl., W. Call St. 964-6305. TF on THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba, concrete block window treatments,
((..pi 4.6. Good condition. $900. Call NEW HOMI SEWING MACHINE dealer excellent condition. Only $129.07 per RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 3 ceiling fans, CHftA stove, refrig DW garage with door opener antenna
473-3465. Itchg 629YARD regular machines and ..rg..., month. No cash needed. Call Bill. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
Plnehurst Variety Star, across from 964.2623. 4tchg 6/8.29 THE TELEPHONE. garden large patio area compl.t. with brick BBQ grill smoker and lazy
TAKI OVER PAYMENTS 1989 DW 3
Southsld Elementary School.964.5587.TF BR, 2 Ba. only $197.83 on per month Nocoih Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse, total electric
prior to beautifully landscaped.
SALES Thursday publication.
ALECIA HAY for sole In roll. Arthur 6/8.29 needed Call Bill 9642623. 4tchg Classified display deadline'Is TUESDAY RICK HOMEi BEDROOMS 3'/0 BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer,
Gaskins, 782-3140. 6/8TF 5:00: P.M. Special Cloisifled displayplacement LR, DR, kitchen wrefrig, range/ovn dishwasher fan/hood; den laundry
GARAGE SALES clothes and LO-BOY CUB TRACTOR with 5 ft. belly TWO MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ((2))
household Is NOT Guaranteed room and an office, CHftA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
articles. 12x48 1 BR, 10x40 2 BR. FOR RENT
1023 S. Gat Drive. mower In good condition. $1900 :
Saturday.. Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS back yard with security lights. Only 71000.
7/1 8 6 p.m. Itchg 6/29 firm Con be Sat ft Sun. Call Small trailer lot Westmoreland Trlr.'
seen word. for .
$3 50. then 15 cents for BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE I 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated
THURS.of FRI., SAT. cloth.., |J.w.lry. ..t 4682266. 4tchg 6/8.29 KING Park Sill 964.7961.28x80 2tpcl6/n.29 Doublewlde, fresh each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill 3BR. 1'6 BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR, 1 BA MH beach dock. $190.000
wedding rings size 6V, radar CAMPING TRAILER $1100. Also live-In
detector
be added to each CHARGED CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage CHftA. wood
design, unlike anything have space.
>lz 7 m.n. cowboy boots, other trailer $1.000 Call 964-2550 after 5 you seen.
classified ad.
miscellaneous Items. 224 S. Thompson p.m. 2tchg 6/22-29 Hughes Mobile Homes, Stark.. heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
St. Itchg 6/29 FRESH CUT OKRA day. Call 964-6407. Itchg 6/29 garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80.000
JULY 1-2-Sl Sat, Sun ft Mon 10 a.m. until 964.6314. 2tpd 6/22.29 every ALL SINGLEWIDES ON SALE NOW!II Our JCEYSTONEi 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/IBa carpet cent heat, window
Numerous household Items SE 1st CHICKEN HOUSES FOR SALE 4852768. volume prices will save you money ANIMALS & PETS Mr, stove, refrig, DW ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $38000
St. Lawtey. Lula M. Bell. Itpd 6/29 2tchg 6/29-7/6 Hughes Mobile Homes, Stark., FOR SALEFREE KDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR 1 Ba. tram, fenced yard $ 16.000BWY.
SATURDAY ONLY Mlsc.llan.ou.lt.m.. RED JEWEL POTATO DRAWS $2.50 a 964.6407. Itchg 6/29 301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR. 2 Ba. CHA, 1539 s.f.. 1.7 acres. $ 45.000
8-3 p.m. 1107 Woodlawn. Itchg 6/29 hundred or $20 per thousand. 105 N. LAND/HOME PACKAGES to fit any PUPPIES 2 female, 3 mole. HNEBREEZE SUB: 3 BR, i% ba brick CHA. 100x109 lot REDUCED to $ 39,000
Eunice Rd., Lawtey. 782.1146 before budget. America's largest retailer 782.3634. ItlmREGISTEIED | N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba 5 acres $ 75 000
PERSONALSDWM 11:30: a.m. or after 6 p.m. 2tpd 6/29-7/6 Hughes Mobile Homes, Starke, BRAHMASi cows and bulls, GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKI GENEVA 3500 s f. home, 4 BR. 3 full baths ft two
CHEST FREEZER 27 cu. ft.. Sears, $400. 964.6407. Itchg 6/29 all ages, prices vary. Days 1.752.5161or 'A baths. 100' on lake Geneva, 2'/i acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing
964-5100 or 9647075. Itpd 6/29 JUST IN 11 28 ft. wide, special edition eves 17520679. 4tchg 6/8.29 decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone Beautifully landscaped
43 LOOKING FOR one-man SEVERAL ITEMS ceramic molds; couch 3BR 2Ba reduced to $249 per mo. S COCKER SPANIELS 4 males, 1 female ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today
woman. Don't do one nlghters. Looking and 2 chairs, $150; ..t.r.a40.. Hughes Mobile Homes, Stork. 964-2916. 4tpd 6/15.7/6 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR 1 ba CB. wood floors 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60.000
for a real' relationship. NSND wants a 964-2889.Itpd 6/29 964.6407. Itchg 6/29 SIAMESE KITTENS 10 weeks, male, CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 Bo. $ 90,000
second chance for a horn. Have kids? COUCH S LOVE SEAT contemporary 1914 14x41 MOBILE HOMEi CHSA, breed no papers Have health pure cer BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot S 44.000
Fin*. Write Bob M., Rt. 1, Box 597 earth tones, excellent condition. Col- cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan. 2 BR, tificate. $40. 964.7260. Itchg 6/29 MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH8A so near $ 40.000
Lawtey .Fl.Itod 32058. All responsesnnswered onial bedroom set, very good condi- 1 bath $5200. Call after 5 p.m., HAMPTON LAKE ARIA 3 BR, 2 ba CHftA screened patio with BBQ grill.
629COAAAAERCIAL tion. 9645989. Itchg 6/29 964.6718 or 9645719. Itpcl629DOU.UWIDE..GREAT Also 3 BR MH 1 1'6 bo on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm

TWO CITY LOTS for sale, soon to be va CONDITION ....LOTS ACREAGE....
PROPERTY cant. Each lot !I.75d 9647963. Itchg loaded with extras. Assume payments BOATS HAMPTON AREA: 3 acres 3 septic tanks. 2 power poles, 4"well $ 17.000
RENTLEASESALEOFFICE 6/29 964.6849 or 964.3728. Itpd 6/29 HWY. 1001 Inside city limits, access to city utilities. $ 6.300
LINENS FOR SALE hand towels, 15 FT. BOAT excellent condition fish or TWO ACRES Michigan St.. zoned RSFMH 10.000
bathmats, sheets ft pillowcases, white. ski. 25hp Johnson 1984 model heavy ONE ACRE Inside city zoned for mobile ham $ 6.500
SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rant on Underwood Motel Hwy 301 North. duty trailer, ready to go No rust $1500 CROSBY LAKI CANAL 3 lots, concrete boat ramp $ 22,500
Hwy 301, Stark. Apply at Durranc. Itchg 629SEVERAL firm. AI Young 964.6918. 2tptl 6/22.29 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKI GENEVA 292' on water and
Pump 8 Supply, 964-7061, 8/25TF ITEMS new 78 Chevy fender; 6861 '01 *inr BOAT, MOTOR ft TRAILERi 964.8424. Itpd extending to Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be divided
FOR SALE BY OWNERS small mobile queen size waterbed; three TVs; two 6/29 Into two 100' lots, $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
horn park on Grlffls Loop (Rd. 100-A). utility shelves. 9643143. Itchg 6/29 s.IQJUoIad Outg3UpJ 15 FT. ARROW GLASS fiih'ng and boss LOT'.GOLF AIR RD Country Club Estates, 1.11 acres: Make An Offer IS 8700
Four lots with three mobile homes and HOTPOINT STOVE electric, good condition uMaS poouay.rocJxa: : boat with 50 hp Evlnruda motor foot CONERLV ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10.000
room for more. Rental Income $700 $70. 964-7378 after 5:30: p.m. Itchg control trolling motor depth finder, LAWTEY Five acres 105th Ave., good Investment! $ 15.000
monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or 6/29 JJUJ.IH asaroJoA other extras. Good condition. Asking PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD 20 16 acres, 3 wells 2 poles $ 50.000
964-4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF $1600.964-5018. Itchg 6/29 WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Flo Frontier $ 15.000
OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy. 301. Rent 12 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT $300. Call Call/or Commercial Listings
964-9654. Itpd 6/29
negotiable Contact Ron Denmark
9645516. 4/13TF Safe Sate Sale! After Hours

RENT WITH OPTION 137.139 E. Call St., Anne TorwIIUgar N.Uon. . . . . . 473-7541

corn.r of Thompson. 3500 s f. first .. Paulino Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160
floor 2 story stucco ov.r brick. Loading WHILE THEY LAST Debra Connoughton . . . . . . .964.2833

front and r.ar. Clyde W. Simpson, : E. :&. SAIJE. () :LE.AE. : : Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . .964.4223
1-904.356.6849. 4tchg 6/8-29 Hibiscus $2.00 ; I
FOR LEASE Across from KOA/Wal-Mort.
REDUCED 2000 sq.ft.-$600; 1250
.".h.$430; 1000 sq.H.--S290. fl4-447 Salvia 4" pots $.30 BY OWNER. .
or eves 473-3427. 4/1STF Subscribe Classified Ads
'MOTEL I RESTAURANT with e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks .... $150.000
living
." quarters on'12 acres 760 ft. highway Waxed Begonia Beautiful :Lake Lots! On Paved Road In Today I Get Results

j*f rontpge,:yp: rpoms, 10.kltch".91-, _,.Hawthorne; Mw,..........'....... '......'..... ...,.--. ,.., .$25.000 & Up
301 North Must sell due 4" $:4O : ... ..
ji Hwy to poor pots Lakefront Acreage for sale 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn -
nealth. Owner will hold mortgage with
reasonable down. Call 964-7184 10 Alachua County
am.10 p.m. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 SbrubberylgaL$1.25 Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 HERITAGE VILLAS
Ocala National Forest. Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

LOSTFOUNDLOSTDARK Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 607 Bradford Court in Starke
Industrial MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup
ORANGE FEMALE CAT Complexof 240O Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon
Raiford (CR 229) 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220
West Call St. area. 964-3483. Itpd 6/29 For Sale or Lease.

e 200 Acres Theressa ... . . .$1,000 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
RaIford. Fl 32083 near .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Acre
WANTEDWANT Rental Information and applications are available at the
Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000

Phone 431-1898 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke

TO BUY used aluminum tin off Weekend Phone 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15OOO Equal
chicken houses Will remove.Waycross 431-1552 e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each Call 964-6216 1S Housing
Ga. ((912)285.1610.) 4tpd
6/22.7/13 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake, Keystone Hgts. $65OOO Mon.-Fri O-B:3O p.m. OpportunityAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

e New 2 BR,.2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000



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Homes/ Lots E/Ajreage, Waterfront .

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r I SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick, Family Noam CHftA, Stove ftI
( I Refrl. 180 ft. On the Water Well ft Septic.
NORWOOD SID. 4BR/2BA Brick, CHftA Rang., Refrl ft Dishwasher 6x6
Porch, Sun Deck In Back 10x12 Well ft Septic.
NORTH OF 3BR/2BA Brick Large Family Room CHftA 2946 SF, 2
Susan M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB President I Garages, large Family Room, Porches, on 1.7 Acres Nice Shade Trees
g. m HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB. large Living Room Stove, Refrl t
Dishwasher, 1 Acre.
Opl Dic'kssmKajrC .9- I MILTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home CHftA Above Ground Swimming

tQUAL. "' U$1fLl.! REALTOR : 1 Pool. Storage Bldg., Large Lot w/Landscoping. .
Water FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW CHftA. 20x30 j
REALTOR Ch tl Flyrtn
'" Workshop Fishpond Well ft Septk. ,
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home Like New CHftA, Stove Refrl ft

Drapes, lovely Swimming Pool w/Prlvacy: Fence, Bldg 16x24 wI Patio. ,
Located Hwy. ;M)1. 2 blocks South of C.R.l00. 221 Lafayette St. Storage Bldg 12x12, Large landscaped Lot.
ACRES OF' PRIVACY. 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porches All Around. Stove
Reid Wood Burning Stove, Pole Bam 24x50, Tool Sh.t 11<9. Well ft Septic.
office
*VERY VERSATILE PROPERTY (now being used as u.s. solar Large warn LARGE OLDER HOME IN STARKI HISTORIC ARIA
and B'/i\ acres plus 3BR 2Bo home, with deck ft large fish pond. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH. Commercial ft Residential 300-Foot Frontage Two
several buildings 6 ...._. 3Vi baths. CHftA..4 fireplaces, ever SOOO SF en one ecre.
Priced to sell In a package. I Mobile Homes ft Comm. Bldg. Well ft Septic.
*NICE BUILDING LOTi past hospital. listed 15000. CHURCH STREET 28R/I BA CB ft Frame, CHftA. Stove ft Refrl 1536 SF Nice
*SAMPSON LAKI LOT owner anxious, wants offer
*HWV. 301 Ni 514' frontage 10 acres, city water sewer ft electric. LAKE COTTAGE on clear sand.bottom lake, 17 miles from Stark.. 44900. Comer lot.
*' '14 ACRES wooded building site 13500. I *RAIFORO AREA 4/2 2500 sq.ft., on Iocr.. 59000. ON SAMPSON RIVER 38R/2HBA Two-Story log H....... CHftA, Stave
*TWO HOMO 1 mobile home plus 3 MH r.ntol.pac.. on 4 acres. Owner Inane *CHARMING 3/2 stucco over on 1 acre CHftA FP, DW range, refr., extra Insulation Refrl ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front ft Bock Porches Enclosed Garage, Well
See this on.l) $65.000 ft Septic Large Lot.
efficient. Paved driveway landscaping.
*CUSTOM' ((21x60)) on 1 acre 39900. Assumable mortgage by qualifying. ,I *energy REDUCEDI 3/1 frame In Stark Now 19500. 3 ACRES OF' ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB. Large living ft Dining Room
2 additional acres. Kitchen w/Breakf Nook CHftA. Garage Well ft Septic.
Room
Can I Family
purchase suitable home.
to store motor
*LAROI LOT IN CITY 1110x200,-w/30x30 garage .
Assumable Low down
*TWO ACRES cleared priced at 10500. mortgage. pay.AWTIYI *COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 plus acres with metal bldg., ft mobile home. SELECTED PROPERTIES

mont. 2Bo house, just reduced to 45900. Owner financing. *40 ACRES heavy timber close to country club. WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home lot 100x200 feet.
nice SBR central H/A kitchen equipped only 39900. ALIAS! PURCHASE $1500 down, 1250/mo. Clean home HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy. I6W, City Water ft Sewage. Owner Financing.
I *RIDUcm..BR, 2Bo for all entertainment. Must *COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Building lots, city water B sewer HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D. Brooker.
CLUB recreation room your see.
I *COUNTRY Beautiful Huge cleared. filled lot with septic. Hampton Lake. *WILL ft SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH. POUR S-ACKI TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
*LAKE LOTi several parcels available from V4 acre to 3 *134 ACRES Paved road frontage; 4 miles to Stark. THRU 2-ACRI tTVIRPRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
*OWNER FINANCING acreage ABIAUTIFUl TWO STORY brkk ft cedar farm home, 4/2V4, 72 acres. LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 H. on the W_. ,
well and
acres some with house, aboveground.eptlc. pool 3 stall barn, stocked fish pond. Priced *ON SOUTH US 3011 3 plus acre with home ft barn. Owner financing. COMMERCIAL.Hwy 301 N, Two-Story CB Bldg w/UvIng Area Upstairs; 6400 |
*7 3/4 ACRES 'ftlAWTIY AREA nice home, CHa.on Iocr., quiet and peaceful.. SF. Owner Financing.
to sell at S65.ooo. with beautiful executive home. Coil for appointment. *LAKI LIVING AT ITS REST Beautiful, high ft dry lot. area. finest home. If ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Road. Will Divide.; .
*HAMPTON LAKE 2 acres 1584 S.I.SM.OOOt *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 .f.. CHSA 5 acres, paved road, extra nke. IB Acres .Pecan Grave. Will Divide. Well ft Septic. Owner Financing.
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. *BRICK IN STARKIi 3 BR. 1\\010 Ba. CHftA, 47000. 6 Acre* Well Septic and Power Pole. Hoe Cypress Pond
needs repair .
3SR. 2 Ba on'I acre, some ,. *HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2\010\ on 1 acre Lots of extras. Assumoble Mortgage. 4 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water ft Sewage.
*CONVENIENT TO STARKI OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home over 2200 .f. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
r *14 ACRI FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, f.. ACRES Frontage New Rlvor. Well A Static.
Call One'of Oar Professionally borne, cross-fenced water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. If YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS RELATED

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I .t PERSONAL SERVICES REAL ESTATE ANIMALS/PETS HOMES FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOMES

OUT OF AREA
KITTENS Wide variety outdoor kittens. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft.on FOR SALE
WANT TO DRINK.THATSYOURIUSINESSI. Need loving Indoor home. 8-12 week lake Geneva lovely tree, 3000 *q. ft. HOME HEALTH CARE now provided for

I OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 4737150. Itchg 6/29 Retiring owner must sell. Assumable Union County. Home health aide.
WANT TO STOP LPNs. RNs. Will assist Insurance and USED DOUBLEWIDES Three to choose
lots, river access $5450 Each. Nomoney MALI PEKINGESE AKC. $125 with mortgage 149500. 14734375. 4tchg
: THAT OURS I $75 without 4734193. 6/h 5.7/6 Medicaid. Call Chris Fortner at from In stock. We finance, 5 percent
down $65.41 monthly. Owner papers paper
Alcoholic Anonymaui. 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF 2tchg 6/29-7/6 1 BR 1'/'' BA 1600 sq. ft. lakefront. 496-3034. Itpd. 6/29 down. Call 755-5114. Circle B Mobile
'*'.36It,'''-4150,'''-1'14pd Perfect condition. Motivated owner Homes, lake City Flo. S/187tchg.6/29
7/27 transferred.' 49000. 473.7912 4tchg MARTIN TAXI t SEWING MACHINE CHILDREN Energy efficient 28'x70'. 4
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free FOR RENT YARD SALES 6/22-7/13 REPAIR SERVICE Courteous service bedrrom 3/4" plywood floors,

estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. ATTRACTIVE ALMOST NEW-brick home and reasonable rates. Home sewing masonlle siding shingle roof. $245 per
Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. TF RUMMAGI SALI -Saturday July First In 3 BR 2 BA on 3.5 acres. Country atmosphere machines cleaned oiled adn adjusted month. Call 755-5115 Circle B Mobile
I WELL DRILLING PUMPS t SERVICE Our- MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water he parking lot at Reed' Auto Center. but close to golf course. Only .$10. All work guaranteed. 4963651. Homes, Lake City Fla. 5/18 /
ranc. Pump X Supply Co., Wat.r ewer, cable TV. '''-7491. I/12TP Showtime majorette In conjunction $65,000. Century 21 Showcase Properties 250 SW 2nd Avenue, Lake Butler. 4tpd CHEAP 1989 14' wide, wood siding, 2
systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve. FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city with Keystone School of Dane are Inc. 4734903. 4tchg 6/22-7/13 bedroom 1 both appliances Included.
., US 301. Stark. 32091. 9/8TF water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, I bath. sponsoring a multi-family rummage INTERESTED IN TRADING home In E. REAL ESTATE $0,995. delivered to your lot. Call
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME day week '''.7491. 1/11TF sal.. Items Include kitchen appliances, Polatka subdivision for home In 755-5114, Circle B Mobile Homes, Lake
HALF ACRE MOBILE LOT for household Items, children' clothing. Melrose/Keystone area. 1-377-7208
HOME
long t.rm stay. 4682619. I1/17TF rent. f TO 30 ACRES with large concrete City Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES Close' to prison. Coll 4681323. 3/9TF furniture and much mar. Please com after 6 p.m. 2tchg 6/29-7/6 barns. doublewide 1 NO DOWN PAYMENT if you own your
EFFICIENCY out and support our girl. Itchg 6/29 FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury Also new on acre
964.560615TFTUTORING ROOMS AC. private bath In Coll 496-3939 own land, It won't cost a penny to buy a
SERVICES If your. child bar.ly no children or pets. No drinking or ALL DAY SATURDAY Corner SR 10O A condo. Garage, screened porch or larger country. beautiful new home. Free credit check
I passed this year 3 month vacation dope. 9645687. 3 miles South of King St. across from new shopping overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor 6/22. 454-1393 evening tfn/chg. by phone. Call 755-5115. Circle B

I can only makes things worse. Call Stark. 3tchg 6/15-29 center Itchg 6/29 weekends. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 ACRE custom built. 2 Mobile Homes, Lake City Fl. 5/18
MOVING SALI Saturday July 1. 9a.m.7 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE PROPERTY 1
9648594. Si1TFALTERATIONS THREE BEDROOMS, 2 baths LR, DR. Kit. bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. 7tchg. 6/29
f ilpper. hems, but- chen Den CHSA. $450 p.r month. No p.m. One mil. from Melrose acre, 3 BR/2 BA living room dining Owner financing available. Must sell. '65 CAMEL MOBILE HOME Will sell
!i tonhotes, patches, etc. Drop off and pets. Call 964.5484. 4tpd 6/15.7/6 stop light on SR 21 south. Watch for room, Florida room with fireplace, Call 496-3939. days. 454-1595 evenIng cheap Call 496-2630 between 8 a.m.
s old.IOOO's .
pick up. 7 days a week 7 am.8 p.m.. WALDO VILLAS now renting signs. Itchg 6/29 1800 sq.ft. Less than 1 year *, tfn/chg. 6/29 and 5 p.m. for more Information. 6/29
9645587. Plnehurst Variety across townhouses, 1 12 BR. 468-1971 or 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday 8.2 p.m. $ below market. SacrificeMakeOffer. 2t.pd.7/6
from Southside Elem. Hwy. 100 S. 4682777. Equal Housing Opportunity Lots of furniture, crafts' baby 8 398-4276. 2tchg 6/29-7/6
S/25TF 6/15TF household Item, toy, plant, fishing LAKE COTTAGE for sale on Spring RETIREMENTMISTY
ski fl.h. Kitchen HOMES FOR SALE
cash. Swim
Lake.$60,000
ROOFING A REPAIRS pressure washing.Call TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME quiet equipment. 14 ft. Laundee boot A
% BR/1 LR/DR comb., porch
2 BA
964j 341. Terry Parks. 4tchg location partially furnished, no motor. Honda GoldWing motorcycle.On sandy beach. MEADOWS RETIREMENT HOME
6/8-29 children. 782-3344 782-3942. 6/15TFce corner of Gasline A Immokalee Rd. well utility room 6/29-7/27 Lovely country setting. ACLF 24-hr GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SER SMALL 1 BR HOUSE to mow. Watch for signs. 473-2566. Itchg 6/29 4733151. Stchg personalized care. Home cooked repair). Foreclosures, Repos, Tax

VICE all mokes and models cleaned $173Vmonth. Old.r coupe. preferred. meal Family styled living. Excellent Delinquent Properties. Now selling in
oiled and adjusted $13. New and us 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFjmm NOTICE FOR SALECOUCHHIDE.AIED price Must see to appreciate. this area. Call (refundable)
ed. Hwy. 233 A 16 (Morgan Rd.) THREE BEDROOM TRAILER no children Newberry.. 472-2820. 6/8 4tchg. 6/29 1(315)733-6064( ) .xt.G3054. For current
I 9648733. 6/8TF $200/mo. 9648255. 2tpd 6/22-29 water skis: waterbed listings! 6/15 4tpd. 7/6
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
C.C.'s PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SER- 15 ACRE HAYFIELDi Clifford Martin ; 75 Ford Grand Torino: '65 Ford BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
> VICE licensed Insured, references, 964-7145. 2tchg 6/22.29 to the lake Region Monitor office Country Sedan Station Wagon. HELP WANTED bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim
In and In advance
total car, carpets, tile, everything. KINGSlEY LAKE 2 BR. 2 ba doublewide writing paid 4734186. 2tchg 6/22-29 ming pool and satellite. Large oaks.
unless credit Is establishedwith
Residential and commercial. 7823089. mobile home, central air, dishwasher already TWIN I NURSERY Summer clearanceale. WANTED-PART-TIME Life Insurance $119.500. Call 496-3939. days and
4tchg 6/8-29 private pier. $325 weekly 533.2602 or this office 8" hanging baskets, $1-3: 10" Sale People. Increase your current In 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 6/22
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ,
f WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME all ages, 752-4339 or 755.2672 (Lake City). 4tchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN various hanging size baskets, 258.$3-7:473-7348.potted plants 2tchg come. If you have.been licensed within .

pl.nty of experience. Have 17 mo. old 6/22-7/13 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER the past two year, you are still FOR RENT
629.76SEASONED
child. 964-6341. 4tchg 6/8.29 HOUSE WITH LARGE YARD 3 BR, 1 ba, THE TELEPHONE. FIREWOOD 20 ft. qualified by the state. If you have
DANNY ft WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE free stove, rvfrlg.' dishwasher, AC ceiling Classified deadline is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday ft.Approx. never been licensed we will help to get
wide tofireplace
long, 6 ft. 5 high cut
estimates. 9642213. 6/15-29 fans, washer/dryer hookup OFFICI SPACE 150 W. Main Street
3tchg carp.tthroughout. prior to Thursday publication. Make offer. Call you qualified and train you In sellingour
NEED HELP WITH HOUSEWORK or odd $3SO/mo $200 deposit. Minimum charge is$3.50 for 15 words, after length 62976SEARS product For further Information $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
6
473.2919 2tpd
jobs? Call K&K Cleaning. Let us make Unfurnished. No pets. Call after 6 p.m. then 15 cents for each additional word. p.m. bed contact: Richard DeVoe-Flnanclol MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS for rent In
TABLE Honeycomb
POOL
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you Queen for a Day. We provide weekdays, anytime weekend Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, condition $250. 473-9006 after Management Systems, Inc., Lake lake Butler. Call 4971294. Fort White
residential or commercial needs. W. 9648970. 964-4430. 964-8705. 6/29TF Keystone. Hts., FL 32656PERSONAL good 6/29.7/6 Butler 4961384. tfnchg. 5/25 Contact Fred Adams. 6/22 4tpd. 7/13
are members of Chamber of Com MOBILE HOME WITH AIRi 2 BR. 1 bath 5:30: p.m. 2tpd ATTENTION-HIRING Government jobs
KENMORE PORTABLE SEWING MACHINE
merce. Personal References. 9644908. unfurnished $185 mo. plus $150 your area. $17,840-169.485. Call NOTICE
like with button holer$130
new ;
2tpd 6/29-7/6 deposit. No pels. Call after 6 p.m. SERVICESSEWING Am.rlcan sewing machine, sews good.In 1(602)838-8883( ) Ext. R9I27. 6/15 3tpd.
RE-ROOFING $675 for 10 squares. Call weekdays, anytime weekend. 6/29
964.4239.6/22-7113 964.8970. 964-4430 964-8705. 6/29TF MACHINES CLEANED oiled and cabinet $40. 473-3720. 1tpd 6/29 ATTENTION Earn money reading books CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
CHILD CARE In my home. Have vacanciesnow. FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY 3 BR. 1 adjust tension In your home. Special SOFA $30 Hlde-A-Bed. $30: twin box $32,000/year. Income potential. Details to the Union County Times office
9647145. 2tchg 6/22.29 both house on Griffis Loop. Large $14.95. Repair all brands. Work springs > mattress, $30. 473-2231. Itpd call 16028388885.( ) Ext. B9127. 6/15 In writing and paid In advance
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Waldo beautiful yard front & back porch guaranteed. 4737862. 6/1 tfnchg 6/29 3tpd. 6/29 unless credit I I. already establishedwith

Villas, Apt. 13, off 301 In Waldo. Come carpet throughout AC & ceiling fans, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines this office.
and '0. me. Joyce. 3trw 6/29 stove, refrig, dishwasher relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford FOR RENT SALES MAKERS WANTED Age 25 A up. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

WILL BABYSIT In my home. Call anytime washer/dryer hookup. Call Susan, Septic Tank, Starke. 964-8121. 6/1 Electronic experience preferred but RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
9644331. 2tchg 6/29.7/6 Faulkner Realty Inc., 964-5069. 4tchg tfnchg COMMERCIAL SPACE available InKeystone will train. Call 964-7474 ask for Toddor CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
LAWN MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UP -6/29-7/20 OLE MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. Les. Itchg 6/29 THE TELEPHONE.

low rates, free estimates. Coll J.C., TWO BEDROOM, 2 bath mobile home on and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 4733289. ft. & 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
9649240. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 \/ acre lot In good location. Furnishedor 4tchg 6829.HAPPY In both locations 473-3193 or FOR SALE OR RENT P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
LAWN SERVICE Beach 473-7683. leave 6/1 Minimum Is 1 15 words for$3.50,
SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advise of unfurnished. $20 per mo $100 turning, message. tfnchg charge
all problems of life. No matter how deposit. 9648704. Itpd 6/29 edging driveway A walkway. raking ON LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished, 2 then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
A leaves kitchen Not In HUNTERS PARADISE Secluded 24-plus
BR/1 /t
bogging mowing A bagging BA. equipped. a
great the problem be, she can TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME AC,
may with mobile home Deck
acre patio
roof trailer park. $275 month $275 deposit.
sweeping gutter cleaning
help you. On. visit and you will see. private lot on Griffis Loop. Excellent land clearing trimming trees Ibush. "73-2919.7/6 tfnchg overlooks fish pond with walk bridgesand FOR SALE
782-9802. Itpd 6/29 location. No 4682374. 6/29
Itchg
pets.
... Call Eddie at 473-2278. 2tchg CUTE 1 BR COTTAGE Holly Ave in stream. Never before hunted
CHILD CARE will watch and core for TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS one 2BR
deer wild and fox. $400
6/22.29 town. $250 month' or puchase.Owner turkey a
your child or infant In my home. HRSregistered. and one 1BR, $175. No pats 9642796. p.r month first last Satellite dish MOTOR HOME 1972 Class A 18' Win-
security.
ANY LAWN MOWED-S10 unless will finance. Century 21,
9643521. Itpd 6/29 Itchg 6/29 par nebago. Roof air generator, clean.
optlonals. 76900.Call 496-2027
A Showcase 4734903. or
ticularly large. desperate attempt at Properties. 4tchg
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: 1 both near 332.6411.6/22 4tod. 7/13 $3800 caih. 755-9035. it.-6/29
LAND FOR SALEI schools, $200. 5332335. Itchg 6/29 work by a teenager plagued by an Influx 6/8-29 GOATS $25-up. Call 4963217. Itchg.
of lawn companies 4734055. Itpd MOBILE HOME 2 *3 bedroom, partially
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to 6/29
t MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFULSYNDECXS
6/29 furnished. $135 a month< 4737566or
I up.
t work? We have clean mobile
I 100 ACRES six room hou. and born. your homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF BABYSITTING Two teenage girl want 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 T 4/t W..n Jttfl., Jt.. t .j
[ Owner, will finance. S2000/Acre. FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities to sit all ages. Pleas' .call for rate. LAKE FRONT COTTAGE 2 BR. screened i BUILT 10'xl2':;; .>. '.I.l .GiU tj' ..
Phone 964-7771 473-0051.'Itpd6/29 porch swimming; flshfngt near ..
or 9644537. 10/20TF paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps, '
, /' LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER in city, no HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Keystone. First last & security. screened porches. Call 496-3521.alter
I' mobile homes. Zoned for modular CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call 4734186. 2tchg 6/22-29 5 p.m. 6/22 Stpd. 7/20
I r homes. $5.000. Call 964-5764 from 8-5 reasonable LaRue leveling Service for all your 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred.AC
extras
rents. PINES
[i after 5 and weekends full bath A refrigerator everything furnished -
p.m.: call foundation repair Keystone,
496-2366 SR 121, lake Butler, 7/14TF
M, 9645251. 3/16TFrw 4737721.79TF except cooking gas. $200 JK
6/22-7/13 1 2 ACRE
I month 473-2667. 4tchg
L RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-M7I HELP WANTED RENT OUR MOUNTAIN HOME 2 BR. 2
I LAND LOTS OF LAND In every direction 6861 '01 (I1pSoIO'J1Uad BA In Franklin NC. $200 week. Call B. TRACTS StumpGrinding

from terms.Stark.. From $1,000/acre with EZ () 9U1aUW MARKETING REP-Strong communicationskills DIllSBORO Callaway 4733960.N.C.2tchg. 6/22-29 Daytimetemperatures FOR SALE

knowledgeable about the area 70", In 60' 2 BR
nights -
jtaiMag poouaJomdqtJ.I1I
RALPH BRYAN REALTY,'''-1171 ; and Interested In meeting with area
cabin on Tuckaslegee River. Easy access -
rSOfl2OAClass businesses to discuss membership and close, to quaint village with Bodiless Hlgihwaf/ Specializing in
13 ACRES for
perfect numerous projects Send resume to Terri) Bowman Clay restaurant scenic train ride. 25
(farming animals, mobile home park County Chamber of Commerce, 1734 geat minutes to Cherokee. 15 minutes to Includes Septic Stump Removal

catfish farm, etc.- use your Imagination Klngsley Ave. Orange Park FL 32073or Blue Ridge Parkway. $250/wk.Call To- Tonic
!) $29,500. Owner will Ifled Ads
hold notewith call 264-2651. 2tchg 6/22-29 day I 4751678. 4tpd 6/22-7/13
: 1/3 down Coll after 6 p.m. Get Results PART TIME COOK and nurses aide positions 3 BR-IVi IA Single wide MH on 3 acres 964-9300
t. weekdays, anytime weekends. available at N.w Lif. Acre overlooking lake. Partly furnished with 4 3l -Il J<611

964-8970 964-8705 9644430. 6/29TF 475-2108. 2tchg 6/22-29 washer and ,dryer. 473-0033. 4tpd
PATRICK'S PUB Now taking application 6/29.7/20 ---- -

*. Day A night. Bar package A RENT 3 M/2 IA MH on Cow Pen Lake.
waitress positions. Call for appointment AC. dock. carpeted, large. 4752427.
HOME
HEALTH CARE NOW after 3 p.m. 4739718. 2tchg Itchg 6/29

\ POVIDED FOR UNION COUNTY. 6/22.29 MOBILE HOMES USED TIRES


LAND FOR SALE
FOR SALE
Home Health Aides, LPNs, RNs.

LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks, 14900. D/W MOBILE' Big Tree lake 3 BR/2
Will Assist Insurance and Medicaid. $500 down. $181 month. Phone BA, covered deck Approximately 3/4 HIGH TREADNO
473-4367 after 6 475-5673. 4tpd
r p.m. acre 25000. Call: Bob Glenn
6/8-29 4734937. 2tpd 6/29-7/6 .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .' Clay County. 1 14X70 SCHULTZ Off Hwy 26 In Metro. RECAPS & NO REGROOVES
G f Call Chris Fortner 496-3034 acre lot, D/W acceptable. School bus 2 BR, 1 BA, large kitchen I living room
route, city water available, owner CH/A.No money take over payment,
financing low Interest.473-4890.leavo 6 years owed. Can be seen by appointment

., .\ message. 3tchg 6/29-7/13 6/29-7/6 after 6 p.m. 4752209. 2tchg BIG OAK TIRE II INC.


I I BRADFORD ALUMINUM 964-9388


I & CARS-TRUCKS .U.S.301 N. 1601' N. TEMPLE AVE.

SCREENINGScreen MOTORCYCLES (Next to Kentucky' Fried ..Chicken"BBJBMBVeXBMBHBBJBe.lBMBBBjBlBBJIHBBJfMeHBMB.MMM

: I III (Q'f 1 ( mf"sv.oifn.i\ m '.. FORD F150 XL LWB loaded, towing
t.,. .
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Rooms Pool Enclosures ; I Reese hitch/sway bar. very clean. 82
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.Wilderness travel trailer AC awning BUY HERE PAY.HERE
Roof-<>vers Anything With self-contained, "very clean.. 473-0452.
.. Itpd 6/29 WE FINANCE
: Aluminum In le** then 8 month, you can earn 1977 MUSTANG II. Rebuilt engine, sunroof
.career In cosmetology automatic $750 cash. 473-3367.

r -.L ___ _lIoa- Itpd 6/29 1 E-Z'WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy
All JIb-sr arweolop.e 198O NOMAD 30 ft. Bunk House T.T.,
; Jab_ Arls snca sleeps 9.
,
elf-contained awning '
Deals With E-Z Wheels
ENROLL NOW 1ee I $6000. 4733367. Itpd 629"i.'r .

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((904)) 64-T783 .
TOMMY BRAY
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Please Leave Message '> .,e, Manager
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,; 2 &!:3 BR Apartments AIR-CONDITIONING 3. Mobile. ,Homes and

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.. STARKE RADIATOR & :. 'Is
.--.--, --- -- -- HELP WANTED
HELP -- .
WANTED
TRANSMISSION INC.
HELP WANTED CARS. TRUCKS. VANS ;
Auto
IN POSITIONS' 2 'uHtlme --- -- - Experienced F- COMPLETEAIR I
M.dJurg po.itlon.available. WAREHOUSE TOP PAY 1915 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON: $2500 or Mechanic Needed.
Paid tlm.off experiencepr&.rr.d. FT. ii P.T.All Shifts Open best offer. 9642483. 4tpd 6/8.29 I CONDITIONING
ly to Lak.Butler Hospital program.Hand SurgerySALESPiRSON App- Need Four, Trainee Also BS CUTLASS SUPREME OLDS excellent Apply in person. SERVICE .
355 5500 Call NowJ '
C.nt.r, SR 100 8 121. lake Bul.r condition, assume payments. Call ;
496.2323.3/161F 8 H World $95 Refundable 289-964": Moxvlll 4tchg
anytime NOEGEL'SAUTO Best Placo In Town To Take A Leak
6/29.7/6
NEEDED send 2tpd 6/8.29 ee
r.ium. to Corner
P.O. Draw.r 228, Lawt.y FI, 32058. CONSTRUCTION$7-$14/HR '.4 DODGE TRUCK 4x4: VB, AT. AC. PS 9G4-6810
5/25TF ALL PHASES.WILL TRAIN.355.5500 PB, cassette A more. $4500 OBO. SALES .. 3O 16O

UVi-IN HOUSEPARENT for small r.tirment .- J>H WORLD $95 REFUNDABLE 473'4802, keep trying. 3tchg 6/15.29 1018 N. Ave.
horn. Non-drinker. older 2tpd 6/29.7/6 1f7 AUDI 5000 S: good condition. Temple 0
retired couple. Call 468.2619, So-EI'or TAKING APPLICATIONS for 964.7347 before 5 p.m.. .68.2552 after Hwy 301 StarkeWANTED it iti
cashier/clerk. Edward Grocery. SR 18
Retirement Home, 6/8TF 5 p.m. Itchg 6/29 i
ATTENTION HIRING Government & 100 East. Apply In person. Itchg 6/29 174 DELTA Bl OLDS: 4 door, $300. d ": : : :/ "
Jobs, WANTEDADVERTISER, PROMOTER OR 964.7235, 2tchg 6/29.7/6 : "l l ; t1rf"jo'f( ( f '' : i' 1'd< ;
16028388885.your area. $$17.e.0.$69.. Call SALESMAN for small church bulletin. '71 F-150 4x4 TRUCK: aluminum rims, '__ .... I ..,".., _< "l..o. ..g .,"f, ..... ..,t)
6/22.7/13 Ext R3493. 4tpd Also house for rent reasonable. Applyat 12.50x33x15 RVTs, no rust, gone : ...: .: : .. .. .- -.-.. ., . . .:

EASY WORK I EXCELLENT PAY I A.. 206 Water St.. or call 9649612. 6/29 through front end thoroughly, new
product at home.Call lor Informa emble MATURE LADY WANTED as live In com rebuilt .351 W, less than 1.000 miles. Cypress Mulch Pine Bark
tion. S04-641-8003, ext. 9579. 4lpd panion for elderly lady. Must have car. New Kenwood AM/FM/cossetle/auto TRUCKS !
6/22-7/13 9646149. 3tchg 6/15-29 reverse with four speaker, new dual

ANYONE CAN APPLYI I Guaranteed exhaust. $3,000. Must sell. Call BUYERS WAITING 9( 44( (
Vlta/MC. US Charg. Even with bad 6861 '01 Amp 964-3939 after 3 p.m. Keep trying. 4t -

credit. No one refuted. Call ((213)) s uo B.xado 2ul 6/29.7/20
taull eLli a5paouaI'xadx4
9259906. ext. U4424. 4tpd 6/22.7/13 1976 DODGE CORONET: good condition WE PAY
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA I 2fUJ.IJH! .san2foA $400. 964.3963. 2tchg 6/29-7/6 You Pick Up or We DeliverWe

Opening available In everal areas, CASHE
will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620 / .e Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber
.
xt. 362. 2tpd 6/22.29
DRIVERS WANTED Must b. at least 25 HOMES
Z WHEELS AUTO SALES
years old with clean MVR and thr. FOR SALE I I
year flatbed experience. Must have v
good verifiable work record and be 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE.

able to pan ICC physical,drug t...and HOMES FOR SALE STARKE. FL
back x-ray. Excellent pay with paid HUGHES MOBILE HOMES.Stark Fresh, unpeeled peaches supply LongchampHomes )
benefit for right perion. If interested EAGLES NEST HOMES: kit form. or 40 percent fewer calories than apples 964-7783 __ -
erected shell. 3 men, 3 days. 964 8447 -- -
and qualified please call almost' twice as much vitamin
18003421277 Mr. Hunt. 3tpd or eve 473.3627.2OTF C and more vitamin A. Inc. ( : -:-:'
6/22-7/6 .
RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-M7I '

6861 BEST BUY: 3/1 frame, central A/H, in US 3O1 S. (1 1/2M1.) 'I, ij
01 (11P8.1011J.JadQ town, $26,000.REDUCED A "
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9UtpBW 2fUJA'asp $2.5001 3 BR, 2 ba,on Slat Rd. NEED A GOOD DEAL? Starke Fl '-. J'h' (/

UapOOxil2fUPUIsan2foAXRAY : 230. living/dining room, family room "J'r.... .. .'
with fireplace, garage and completesatellite I'm a working man, too, and I know how i.
system. 59500. We feature PERSONALIZED BUILDING at
3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA. it is to to
important: you get your moneys
TECHNICIAN PRN, apply to enclosed patio, on 1 acre, close to Longchamp Homes. CUSTOM DESIGNING for
fiamadon Hand Institute. Lake Butler town. worth. the live. sketchor
Bring us pencilled
way you your
Hospital. P.O. Box 748, Lake Butler Fl. RALPH BRYAN REALTY,64-1171
32054 (9044962323.) rough draft. Our in-staff design artist will
2tchg 6/22-29 Come In and See Me Or Phone
SALES MAKERS WANTED:Age 25 and up. FOR SALE BY OWNER Small frame work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs.
Electronic experience preferred' but TERRY J. BLAKESLEE
house In country. Lot of yard 8 trees.
will train. Call 964-7474, ask for Toddor $18.500.964.8602 after 6 p.m. TFjmm We also have financing available. Harold

L... Itchg 6/29 THREE BEDROOM 2% bath, 2 story Orlan Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Davis Mortgage Broker with Gainesville
FULL TIME WAITRESS WANTED: Melrose frame, 16x16 attached
area Buddy's LakeFront Restaurant with storage storage, 44x28 shelter garage 14x50 Office Phone 964-7500 Mortgage Company, is located in our office

468.2080. Itchg 6/29 mobile home on 10 acres. 74000.Call complex.: Or if you prefer, we will work with
Home Phone 9646166New
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING collect 0-2S9.6649, Patricia Gray Real. YOUR lender to obtain financing.LET .
BOOKSI I $32,000/year Income

potential. 5/25TF
ty.
Details. 1.602-838.8885 Ext. Bk RENTAL HOUSE In Starke for Sale:2 BR, 1 and Used Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Automobiles YOUR DREAMS BECOME A REALITY!

3493. 3tpd 6/29-7/13 both full basement, two stock block New Chevrolet Trucks Check with LONGCHAMP HOMES today. Call
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN
AUSTRALIA: home, CHSA currently rented MUST
openings available In several areas, SELL-REDUCED to $25,500. Eve Limited Credit No Credit No Problem 964-6853.
will train. For Info call 312.742.8620 4733627. 6/8TF
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.xt. 362. 2tpd 6/29.7/6 COUNTRY LIVING In Graham: 2 ocr., 3
GOVERNMENT JOBS $15.00.$72.500. BR, wood heater, air, screened porch I
Now hiring. Excellent benefits. Call and sun deck. $42,500 or make offer D KFACTORY ENNC.
HELP WANTED
: .
-312-742-1142 ext J609. 6/29-7/6 4851189. 6tchg 68713BY 41
PART-TIME MAINTENANCE MAN for OWNER: 4BR, 2 Ba home near 4
electrical and carpentry work. 8 to 16 Southslde School. Fireplace, screened Licensed
hours per week. 9646541. 3tchg porch, fully equipped kitchen, completely I .
6/29-7/13 carpeted, CHSA. Located on 3 CosmetologistTues.
FUN t PROFIT LADIES-Hurry and join large wooded lots. 84900. 9645459.
the fastest growing SUPER PARTY 4tpd 6/22.7/13 _
PLAN CO. In the world. Easy, fun job, TWO BEDROOM 1 bath, newly remodeled Sat. NOW HIRtt JG
NO Investment. Call collect for Info. Inside house, on 5 acres. 3 miles One Evening Per Week $ IED CHICKEN
Bobble 9047520679. Also booking West of Lowtey on 225. Call 782.3982 Call Glenda WAITRESS AND KITC]HEN HELPWEEKENDS > FACTORY Inc
parties. Itpd 6/29 anytime. Itpd 6/29

FEDERAL JOBS, Now STATE hiring AND, your CIVIL area.SERVICE$13,550 THREE fenced BEDROOM In yard. Corral, 1% bath 230 A CB iE"house UlSt-, '964-4151' MUST BE HOLIDAYS ABLE TO AND WORK SF'LITS.I .. "'.".. -... ..' ,. .. .,--. ..... ....;';?: :,_.,

to 59480. Immediate openings Call 9649505. Itpd 6293UTJJH WE ARE BUSY AND YOT MUST BE
1-315-733-6062. ext. F3014. Slpd 6129RN ((904)) 9644415D

LPN. NA and WC: small specialty WILLING TO WORK OR NEE; NOT APPLY. open 6 a.m. Hwy 301 S. Starke, Fla H.L. Dye i

hospital seeks energetic and experienced 6861 '01 (11pSIOJ&Iad NO PHONE CALLS APPLY AT RESTAURANT
for fulltimeparttimebaylor TRAIN FOR CA'lEERS
8 PRN positions. Apply ()atJtlmwJtqMaS
Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler ; poouapadxiI: 1Ni):
Hospital, P.O. Box 748, Lake Butler, or .SECRETARY
call 496-2323. 6/1TF .SZfl OA .EXECUTIVE!:
EXPERIENCED SET-UP it DELIVERY mobile e )PROCESSOR
home man, must have chauffeurs HOME STUDY/RES.TRAINING
license. Experienced only need applyat
Doublewide Home Center of Lawtey. :;0 ;}'r<< '(;l.At MD. AVAILAnJ;.':
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I News BriefsThree


from the Suwannee Swifty Store Approximately 500 lottery tickets delivery of a controlled substance three men broke the rear window of Arrests.
Men ChargedIn south of Starke on US-301 early Sun- were recovered, said Henry. violation. his car as he drove by about 5:30: ..
to Chief Bond was set at 15867.96,she remains p.m. When he stopped the car, according -
according
Motor TheftTwo day morning,
from SB
in custody. to Driggers, the men took page
Deputy Pat Henry. Entry was gain-
men and a 15-year-old ed into the store by busting front Starke Woman his car keys and began hitting him.
juvenile were charged June 19 with glass at 12:45: a.m. Missing in addi- Remains'In The men beat Driggers, ransackedhis
stealing a trolling motor from Brad- tion to the lottery tickets were Custody Lake Butler Man car and went through his Joseph Larry Blake, 44, of Starkewas
ford Marine in Starke. cigarettes and lighters. On Multiple ChargesA pockets.Other than his car keys the arrested June 23 for DWLS, according -
Arrested In Starke
Jeff Ruise arrested June robbery report listed only one other
25, was Before local stores could be to Trooper D. C. Roberts.
19 for grand theft and trafficking in notified of the numbers on the miss- 29-year-old Starke woman remains For Bad ChecksA item taken, Drigger's Converse Blake is also wanted in Volusia
stolen property, according to tickets several tickets in custody following her June sneakers. DWLS and
ing lottery County for unlawful tag
Patrolmen Mack Short and Perry 18 arrest for stealing a man's wallet. 29-year-old Lake Butler man The report said Drigger partiallylost Bondwas
cashed. Gene
had been according to Deputy Lee.
Gorman. Ruise, the juvenile and Debra Ann DeSue was found was arrested June 16 in Starke for consciousness, but reached a
Franklin
June 26 Benjamin set at$120.25,cash or He
hiding under a bed in an apartment uttering a forged Instrument at four to call for Paramendics surety.
Jimmy Lamar Hankerson, 22, were "Slim" Ross, 27, of Lawtey was arrested phone help. released on his
was own
charged\ith stealing the motor at Pep-O's as he attempted to after police starting searching for local businesses, according to took him to Shands Hospital wherehe recognizance on the Bradford
her according to Patrolmen Susan Patrolman William Brown. treated for head injuries and
from the business on US-301 north. cash a ticket, according to was charge but is being detained for
Ruise remains in custody with Patrolman Gordon Smith. Ross was Wilkerson and Bob McGrath. A John Eric Driggers was chargedwith facial cuts and admitted for obser- Volusia.
struggle ensued as the officers were attempting to cash checks at vation until Msv>
bond set at $3,000. He also faces a charged with dealing in stolen property -
violation charge of possession of cocaine with bond set at$1,000.he was attempting to arrest DeSue.She was The Three Sisters, Julia's Florist ..
with bond set at$2,000, accor- released on his own recognizance.Later subdued and taken to the county jail. Wilson's Florist (two checks) andStarke - - -----
ding to Deputy Barry King. that evening Anthony L. DeSue allegedly stole a wallet Power,said Brown.A chargewas
Aaron, 30, of Starke was arrested from a man that she had stopped to also added from Tenneco. Bond
with four stolen tickets,according to ask for help. After she left, the man was set at $2,500, Driggers was Gator
Three Men Charged Lt. David Aderholt. He was chargedwith noticed his wallet was missing,said released to Union County to face Purple
and Wilkerson. there.Dnggers' .
dealing in stolen property charges
With TheftOf burglary. Charges against DeSue include troubles of late have
Lottery TicketsThree grand theft, resisting arrest without been in a three county area. He was Western WearHwy
June 27 Kenny Warren Davis, 23, violence (two counts), said Wilker robbed and beaten in Gainesville
men have been chargedwith of Starke was charged with son.DeSue was additionally chargedon May 21 as he was driving in the 900.
the theft of Florida lottery burglary, grand theft, according to a warrant with seven counts of Mock of NW' 5th +.. 301 South Starke 964-48O9
tickets. Henry. Davis remains in custody worthless checks and failure to appear -
1,000 lottery tickets were taken awaiting first appearance. for a charge of sale and

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I New Law Requires Hunter Safety CourseThe I Lee & Levi JeansJr.
WHEELS
& :Misses Sizes Only

1989 Legislature passed a law now,no law required hunters to pass ,more than 125,000 people have
requiring anyone born after June 1, such a course. years passed It." 1320 N.Temple Ave. 2O% to 3O% OFFMen's
1975 to pass a hunter safety course With the passage of the law, "We ask that persons wishing to Starke
before being allowed to hunt in Florida becomes the 40th state requiring -
register call the regular phone
Florida. hunters to pass a hunter numbers and leave the toll-free lines 964-7783 Western Shirts 25% Off
Persons who pass a hunter safety safety course. The certification of- for Wildlife Alert calls and
open
course will receive a certificationcard fered by this course is recognized in other emergencies," he said. "The Sale Ends July 8, 1989
which they must present when each of those states. law does not go into effect until 1991. Buy Here Pay Here
purchasing a hunting license. "The course is free, and anyone but we hope people won't wait until We Finance .
Hunters exempt from license re who hunts or owns a gun,regardlessof the last minute. We urge anyone affected OPEN:
quirements must carry the card age, would benefit from it," said by the law or interested in the
while hunting.The Ed the Commission's take it Monday Saturday,
Capt. Tyer, course to as soon as
new law will take effect June hnntr edtirfltion'nnrdina/n. ",...<.> possible." '78 Lincoln Mark 5 Like ;. 9 a.m. til 6 p.m.
1, 1991. It will not apply to anyone
hunting in his county of residence on New

his homestead or that of his spouseor '81 Dodge Diplomat All ( ) ( VISA)
minor child. It also does not applyto Baton &: Dance
Options Slant 6
minor the
any hunting on
homestead of his parent. Sale Ends June 17
Auxiliary Lessons J 79 Ford LTD Nice
The Game and Fresh Water Fish
80 Dodge Mlrada One Lay-A-ways Welcome
Commission has had a hunter educa-
tion program since 1957, but until Classes Starting July 9th Owner Slant 6

Stephen FosterTo For More Information Call --

Celebrate
July 4 In OldFashioned Sheila at 9644109or r\

WayThe ) JIMMY STRICKLAND says

"Old Fashioned Fourth of Ju Donna at 371-9688
ly Celebration" at the Stephen" "It just takes a little scratch to ride in a
Foster State Folk Culture Center in
White Springs will have games and ? "
f; smooth vehicle!
contests for family and community Summer Sizzlin'
members, as well as a concert of Deals. ..... VLX
traditional American music.
The program will feature regional With New Tires FromCORBETT'S
guest artists Tammy Murray, Bill With ANY New or Used Car Purchased, we will donate

Paine, Bob Stone, Willie Jones, Fay
Baird, and others. All Tires Made in the $50 to your favorite charity or church organization!

The one-day event will begin at Good Ole U.S. of <" '
A. "t"m- -$":<
9:30 a.m. with a carillon concert of =- w'IY. ,
popular American and Foster selections E lJ l/JJft 1 1 \ "
Most Boat Tires in 7 (( #
Stock ,
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to mark the 213th birthday of ;; v :- _/>_ ...
our nation and the 163rd birthday of I Now. Also Inflatable "
Stephen C. Foster, composer of Tires for Mowers 1989 JEEPWRANGLER 1'989" ..."
Florida's state song, "Suwannee .
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River." SQrpted' I.
At 10:30: a.m. the family games Steve Murphy is our DODGE .
and contests will begin. There will factory-trained mechanicfor 8 Power Steering
be watermelon eating contests, CABIN CHASSIS L -
all Ford, Chevy, etc. 9 799"f "
greased-pole climbing, a water MOUNTED AND D-350 :
balloon toss,a water bucket brigaderace Get your vehicle ready for BAIANCEDATNO :
3-legged and sace races, summer.
horseshoe pitching, a bubble gum EXTRA CHARGE Call for Super
blowing contest, a Softball toss,and .Net Rebate
egg relays. Front End Alignment Price !
At lunchtime popular and Dealer Prep
regional foods will be available. Includes Let caster camber&toe In to infra specs. 1295 Cummins Turbo
Vendors will offer a variety of foods inspect suspension&steering system.For most w/purchase '
American Front wheel Diesel
cars. drive and Chevette of tires
including BBQ ribs and chicken, vehicles extra. Parts extra.
Cuban sandwiches, chicken and
dumplings, hamburgers, hot dogs, BRAKE SERVICE
pecan pie, peanuts, popcorn, ice Up To 15'xS"WHITE 1989 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4 '89 DODGE W-10O 4X4
cream' and drinks. Replace pads or shoes; resurface SPOKE
5 O/D Transmission V-S
drums 95 Speed 4 Speed PB. PS.
or rotors: pack bearings; 49
The shady Old Marble Stage will bleed&adjust:road-test most WHEELS V-B. PB. PS Air Step Bumper
be the focal point for the afternoon'sactivities. Front $
American cars& trucks. Metallic or Was$15,200
Musical entertainment parts extra when required. Rear 2895 Was$15.433 NOW 11,900
will be from 1-3:15: p.m.Obituaries.. each
NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAU! $12,900'*

... RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED

from pap 7B PISSPITS-80R1380R13 $37.00 $31.00

Survivors include one daughter, $41.00
Mrs.Dian Morin of Starke; one step- $33.00 ..rre
daughter, Mrs. Jean Pusateri of P195P205-75R14 $44.00 $37.00

Sterling, Mass.; three sons Josephof -75R1475R15 $46.00 $39.00
Starke, Glen of Leister, Mass.,
and Dean of Freeburg,III.; two stepsons P215- $50.00 $41.00
,John Penney Jr.of Mass.,and P235-75R15 $52.00 $45.00
Michael Penney of Sterling, Mass.;
her mother, Mrs. Claire G. Mathieuof
Worcester, Mass.; one brother, [Air Conditioning :Y SweptlineD25O EAGLE PREMIER

Joseph Mathieu of Miami: three Service ,61951 Loaded PB. PS, PW ft L. Alum Wheels
sisters, Alice Coonan of Millburg, Special. :()
Mass., Joan LaCasse of Worcester, ';!** f+I'WSI'R.tIbH' NOW $14.9OO
Mass., and Rose Marie Cox of Was$20.100

Shreveport, La. CORBETT'STire PICKUP J1
Rosary services were held rw t \
Wednesday evening at the Archie Air PB PS AT, V-8, H.D. Pkg. r.o -r ,' _
Tanner Funeral Home with Father
& ServiceU.S. '
Philip Gagan officiating. Mass will ONLY $ .
be Thursday morning at St. Ed- 2,899 ?
wards Catholic Church in Starke, 3O1 Temple Ave. Starke
with burial Friday at 11 a.m. at
Palms Memorial Park in 964-6436
Homestead. Archie Tanner Funeral ..VISA MASTERCARD '
( Home is in charge of arrangements. 89 DODGEsavc Dodge 7 passengerCARAVAN
save
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OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor 2 Dr., Hatchback.Auto Trans.. PB PS. PB. PS. AIR
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