Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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JUNO 5 1990 the Bradford County \

..' SINCE 1879 I
Outside.. Hard Ne.I.2..A ,\1
A weak frontal system moved through our area Tuesday morn
ing.bringing some relief from humidity of the past several days. a.on..i:2' ;:: : ::::: ::

Relative humidity at noon Wednesday was only 46%. Social. ... .. .... . .. .'.'.', 'A -
Morning temperatures fell into the low 60s with highs remaining .....,. .,. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7A 'i vH\ I
, in the high 80s with eastern breezes. e a

I We can expect one more day of this pleasant weather before SECTION U ,.... ( \ I I ,
I typical summertime weather returns to the area with high lu.b.rrl.. .. ,. .,. .. .... .. .. ..1. '
I temperatures once again Into the mid 90s and lows in the 70s. N.w .rI.... .. ...., .... ...1.3
, No general rainfall is predicted through the weekend, but some DOC Naw .. ....,.. ... ..... ..48OMlwarl I I : ,I II
I Isolated light and brief thundershowers may occur,particularly in **. ... . ... .. ..51 -
I the late afternoons. Ana N.w.. .. .... .. ..4.7.12B The Sweetest strawberries This Side of Heaven
Tides will be low at 10.53; Friday 11:48 Saturday and around 1:00: Ca( ..lll.dAdi. . .. .. .. ?f,10B 35 t.
1 Sunday for beachgoers who want lots of open beach SES Straight A'*. .. .. .. IIS 46th HOUiYear Issue Thursday.STARKE May FLORIDA 31, IIIINI USPS 062.700 "I

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iTWorth.. Commencement Set at\ 8 p.m. Friday for BHS Class of 1990 'I

t 1 'fj tim Commencement'exercise for 230 Cwj-relJring! principal of Bradford. program- is expected to end about- Introductions by BHS Principal I First Bap mt Church Vocal Ensem- I

seniors of the Class of 1990 at Brad High School. 9:15: p.m. Charles Francis, who will be ble. I
I ford High School are set to begin at 8 The' memorandum provides the presiding! over his last BHS graduation Rose Presentation Significance by
I BHS Class of 1985... p.m. Friday, June 1, in the football graduates with detailed instructionsfor The Program.... : High Honor Student Aimee' I
stadium.A Processional (everyone standing) Welcome address by Scott Dun Ferguson. I
the events of the
I The BHS Class of 1989 will meet capacity crowd Is expected. ing with the seniors evening reporting at 7 played by the BUS High School can,salutatorian of the Class of 1900. Presentation of Seniors and
tonight, Thursday May 31, at 6:30 Spectators are advised to arrive ear to the covered to Band under the direction of Band presentation of pink roses by Class
p.m., in the Western Steer Steak ly to be seated.exuberant assemble p.m. and receive walkway area class Director Buddy Ball. Commencement Address by guest Sponsors Sandra Smith Allison Al
House. Plans for the 5 year reunion,, : graduating seniors are medallions. Opening Prayer by High Honor speaker, Dr. Larry W. Tyree presi- jets and Judy Brown.Presentalson .
will be finalised. reminded to behave decorously dur- Student Allison Rae Archey. dent of Santa Fe Community Col of Diplomas by I
All class members are urged to ing graduation ceremonies, since to The program begins at 8 p.m., at Introductory remarks' by Senior lege.Farewell Superintendent Jim Duncan. '
attend. Call Rhonda Varnes, ph. do otherwise would reflect badly on the BPS, football stadium (BHS Class President Beth Address by Steven Closing Prayer by Outstanding !
964-7683/ Oliva Scott ph. 782-3477 or themselves, their parents school Auditorium in case of rain), with McKinney. Thornton, valedictorian of the Classof Honor Student Allison Farnsworth.See .
Karen Kimutis, ph. 964-8804. church and community, according graduates entering in alphabeticalorder Pledge to' the Flag and National 1990.
to instructions from Charles Fran-. during the processional. The Anthem everyone participating. Special Music. Selection by the ( Graduation..p.2A) J

Graduation Videos... .. .. .. . .. "
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Video tapes of the graduation exercises ... p. : J._ _j . : : : .. : ,- : '. :" .Jo'(1 : TI.IIl '

Friday June 1, will be
available through Judy Brown ph. \
964-6800. School
The tapes will sell for $10 each


Sen. Lawton Chiles...
A Lawton Chiles for governor .
campaign meeting is slated Saturday -
June 2, at the Holiday Inn on "
International Drive Orlando. Picture
A group will be leaving for Orlando
at 8 a.m., Saturday. Anyone
wanting to attend may join the
group at the SFCC Parking Lot. Remains

Attention Singles..

A Christian Community Singles
Group is being organized. First CloudySchool
meeting: June 2, at 7 p.m., at the
New River Baptist Association
building on US-301 North. Meal fur- funding for small rural
nished. RSVP to Louise Alldredge counties which must rely on state
9642168. funds still looks bleak SuptJim
Duncan told the School Board as the
Parking Lot Sale... current state legislative session is

The St. Edwards Alter Society coming close to adjournment.
"There is still not going to be
will hold a bargain sale of good "
new and used household items, including .- much money for anything, Supt.
antiques kitchen items Duncan predicted at the Tuesday
night,May 29, school board meeting.
furniture tools books
toys, '
\(; y "It's going to be a weak year finan-

.Home made baked goods and live !'J .'t '" cially." Current projections are for
1,1 about 4.7 percent; In new monies over
will also be available. Sell
Clants 89-90, which won't enable the Brad-
St. Edwards Parking -
I in
ford school district to do much of
Lot at A a.m., and conclude at 2

n ,t11.m ;"'KI",''): !i ew+':"' tllih. +w t+.r....+"nI ..... norJ .n> r-w u... d .:--......: "" >.. ........ "anything"Increases, the In'superintendent fixed costs, such as.
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'. .,,' .It"/.' toa' f b 'Zt 1 nw? w ,* retirement Social Security hospital
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I -,.;.,. As taps sounded at the wreath laying ceremony participants insurance and general liability In-
Registration for tiny tots and all stand at attention and salute ,niemory of the 158 surance will take up about all the
: day activities at the Starke Recreation Florida National Guardsmen "wlio made the supreme' new money currently projected.The .
Department for children ages sacrifice" during WW H. : school district will be "ex- ", _
4-14 will be Juno 7 and 8, 9 am. to 5 In the background Is seen the black granite wall witha tremely luckY to'get"a three percent -
.'p,m. at the Pratt. Street Recreation map of the campaign participated In by the Florida Guard" yy r fund increase. It takes $450,000
Center. Units during WW II. The side wings contain plaques of simply to maintain the current
each Florida Regiment federalized with its crest and a
Duncan said.
schedule Supt.
I Rummage Sale... description of the campaigns engaged-.. in with,the wartime It would take an additional

I Pines Convalescent honors received. Retired Gen.Stanford $460,000, above what is currently in
Whispering Pictured above ((1-ii ares MaJ: for the
the proposed state budget
I Center will hold a rummage sale Smith American Legion Vice Commander Charles The singing group!"Nostalgia"sang patriotic songs at the!Memorial. Day ceremonies at Bradford district to receive an eight
Friday and Saturday June 8-9 for Schaefer American Legion Post Commander AI Kodrigue, ,Camp Blanding. increase in funding. $180,000in
+the benefit of the residents: and Adjutant General Robert F. Ensslln.;Jr., who placedthe The group concluded the service by leading the assembly in "God Bless America"They percent additional monies would give the
wreaths. At the right Is U.CoI. Jim Bloodwortu. opened the ceremony by singing a medley of "Dixie" and. VThe, Battle Hymn of. the district an additional six percent in
: BHS Class of 1945... SgtMaj. Rodney Hall and Brigadier General Richard G. Republic." funding.

j BHS Class of 1945 will hold its Capps Asst. AdjGeni Members of the group (1-r)standing Holly Shields, Carole Stevenson. Patty Kay Elder. Supt. Duncan who spent
''I'reunion, Saturday June 16, beginn- Tyler Elder and Bill McRae. Seated. : Mrs. Tina Lewis of Jacksonville who sang the National Memorial Day In Tallahassee, said !
ing at 6 p.m., in the Starke Anthem and Joey, Herres.. I; current thinking of legislators is for
Woman's Club. \ additional education monies to come
For information call Warren from local funds. One mill of taxes in
Winkler, ph. 964-7812 or 964-7596 or War'Read Honored at New MemorialBy a property rich county can raise
call Oleeta Hardenbrook Ph. millions, compared to about$280,000here

964-6775. crests.ami< war, service campaignsand pointed out Duncan. Such
Upcoming... Jo. CUiySCT emergency but not yet at war,".he taps. asked Post' the Chaplain invocation Steven and Hess battle honors adorn a granite thinking can build a real inequity in
Cpt., gavea
Stuff Writer Duncan said
said. school
funding Supt.
scheduled in the wall. A carved in a black
Public meetings benediction.V.F.W. Post 1988 raised 'map
The newly erected FloridaRegimental Mobilization of the Florida guard- background with land with property poor districts,such as
coming weeks are: Memorial located just smen began on November 25, 1940, the colors and American Legion granite in white showingthe Bradford coming out on the short
BHS Senior Banquet Is scheduledfor Blending Post 56 laid a wreath at the masses depicted I
inside the main gate at Camp almost 50 end.
tonight Thursday; May 31, at 6 years ago. memorial. At the conclusion; areas of combat and a central
was the site of Memorial Day "In December guardsmen from of soldier in full battle dress But the legislative mood is to allow
p.m., in the Bradford County services Monday May 28. The services Florida began arriving at Camp Nostalgia led the assembled citizensin with statue M-l a rifle and fixed bayonet, school districts to levy additional
Fairgrounds Building. Tickets re- were attended by at least 300 Blanding," which was at that time singing "God Bless America". the memorial monument. discretionary funds and to raise the
quired.BHS. persons mostly veterans families Just a rural woodland area along the A 21-gun salute was rendered by a, complete The monument is on a grassy knoll local required effort ,
graduation exercises are and friends and military personnelon highway said General Ensslin. But squad of the 631st Maintenance Com surrounded trees, lighted "The thinking, is, if you want Ityou're
scheduled for Friday June 1, at ft' of the Florida National Guard. palm "
pany for it
federal have to
active under to ,
duty. the came going pay
soon camp walkways, fountains,
r inclement flag poles, ,
football stadium. If
in -
p.m., Master of Ceremonies were Lt.Col jurisdiction and was a major basic'lralnln and benches. said Supt. Duncan.
Memorial flowers
weather the ceremony Jim Bloodworth (Ret.) and Sgt. Ma- area for the United States ) ParkA A World War II barracks buildingis Duncan said he will be happy to
will be moved into the auditorium.Board jor Rodney Hall Special guests were Army in the southeast throughout thirteen acre site, Just inside the being renovated as a museum a get a three percent increase in fun-
f Bradford County School Major .GeneralRobert F. Ensslm World War II., main gate at Camp Blanding is be-' research library and archives for ar- ding, but would not be surprised if
. meeting is slated for Monday June Jr.The Adjutanat General Florida; General Smith''added that "as we'' ing developed as a memorial park to tifacts of the war new dollars are limited to 1.9. percent -
4, at 7 p,m., in Administration Brigadier General Richard G. honor those who made the supreme commemorate the contributions Exterior display years.areas will include
t. Building on N. Temple Ave. Cappa Assistant Adjutant General. sacrifice we recognize the made by the units trained at Camp vehicles and aircraft from Supt.! Duncan said a House'Bill
. Reception for retiring school administrators Florida, airf Major General W.Stan achievements of all those who serv. Blanding during World War II. the weapons period,. and will contain 931 calling for non-graded elementary -
Lennard Register and ford Smith (Ret.). ed in all the services the Army Highlight and central attraction of monuments to nine regular army school, grades K-S, has passedthe
Charles Francis Monday, June 4, ,General Ensslin recounted that Navy Air Force Marine Corps andCoast the park is the consist divisions, whose replacemnts were House, and now goes to the
3-6 p.m., at the fairgrounds. Memorial Garden of a
the war years (World War II) Guard. trained at Camp Blanding) Senate.
Bradford County commissionersmeet started long before the attack on Nostalgia, a choral group in monument commemorating, by and dedication Board Member Len Schlofmansaid
Monday. June 4, at 9:30 8 m., the 158 soldiers of the Florida The opening and he had
Pearl Harbor; December?, 1941. Starke provided music Mrs. Toni name ceremonies of The Camp Blanding Rep George Crady
in the Courthouse. "The war years began with the Lewis sang the National Anthem National Guard who died during Museum and Memorial Park of the talked on the phone late Tuesdayand
Lawtey city council meets Monday ,federalization of the National buglers Kevin Boone Bryan Canova their World War II set'vice. A monu- the gym renovation grant re-
June 4, at 7:30 p.m., in City Guard, In September.1940, when the and Scott Durban called the ment for each Florida regiment called Memorial. mains in the budgets of both the
Hall .
country was In,a ,state of nationalBy assembly to attention and sounded to active duty depicting their (See ) House and Senate.
Starke city council meets Tuesday -
June 5, at 7:30: p.m.in City
Hall/. Rescinded Board Not MetBy I
Bradford County Zoning Board Special Exception by Stipulations

meets in special session Wednesday .
,June 6, at 7 p.m., in Starke Ci- Busier,Rohn The action was taken because the off SpeedvUle Road near, Silver'. shelter have been completed, but he neighboring yards while the horsesare
ty Hall. SCT heft WriterThe Fishers have not met the board imposed Lake. ''expects to complete the project in being ridden on the adjacent
Bradford County school board Bradford County Board of Adjustment stipulations to provide ade- In the 1987 request and subsequent "Vix weeks." Fisher explained he road and the decline in property
;. meets Monday. June 11.at 7 p.m., broke'new ground Tuesday -* quate'fencing for their 1.4 acre 'approval, no one objected the peti- and his wife have disposed of the values.
in Administration Building- on N. May'29,; when=H,rescinded a residential lot and build an adequate. tion for a special exception but in chickens, and they were "babysitting" Member Pete Schlosser
Temple Ave.Brooker special exception to Charles, ,and I shelter for an aging horSe. recent 'weeks the Board of,,Adjust- the goats, which are now Board \ visited the .I
city council meets Tues-, .Sharon Fisher that had been granted Testimony given by neighbors Indicate ment has informally heard complaints gone. .They continue to keep two reported he and found property the
day June 12, at 7:30 p.m., In City three years earlier1. March: 31.1987.' the Fishers have kept three or by neighbors two or three horses and a small colt. Tuesday has morning been fenced, although pro-not
Hall. chickens., goats ana times. ,Several neighbors came to the perty
According to Zoning Director Dar more hones and shelter
Hampton city council meets rcll O'Neal this is the first instance dogs during the Interim exceedingthe The Fishers attended the Tuesday podium to enter complaints about properly ,. a
Tuesday, June 12 at 7 p.m.,1J1 City 'in which"a special exception.has original request and approval to night meeting with Fisher explain- the odor of farm animals the Rescinded..p.2M
Hall been rescinded. keep a single horse on.the property ing that neither the fence:: nor,the nuisance cl dogs running through (See
Bradford county commissioners

thouse.mid-month 13, at 7:30 meeting: p.m.,Wednesday.June in the Cour-. New Subdivision Regulations Adopted by County Commission : I

Starke city council meets in Tues Butter Rahn meat'en an ordinance everyone can streets inside subdivisions requiring Roberts led the fight to eliminate everyone on the committee to put
day Hall./June 19, at 7:30.p.m.. City live with. county residents to pay for in- home-owner associations and Attorney aside personal positions and do what
ler Staff WrN.rCounty Subdivision streets became the frastructure that developers should Reggie Flynn offered to com is best for Bradford County.In .
Bradford County school board commissioner passed a Stumbling block between committee put In place during development of the approved form the SD ordinance
meets Monday. June 25 at 7 p.m. compromise subdivision ordinanceIn members holding opposing views on the subdivision. Streets inTall situatioraulringeavedReal does not recognize 8 or
Bradford County zoning board its Wednesday, May 16. meeting the subject.On Developers contended that a requirement Estate Agent Ralph Bryan fewer lots as being a subdivision
meets Tuesday June 26, at 7 p.m., more than 16 months after then one side the county vowed to to pave streets would diagramed a development in LawteyIn therefore roads are considered to be
in Starke City Hall. Thursday Commission Chairman Wilbur never accept graded streets Into the price building Iota beyond the ability which be Is engaged, pointing out privately owned and the county will
Starke zoning board meets Waters appointed SD committee to county road system since it has 350; of Bradford residents own homes. that paving roads isn't practical In neither pave nor maintain roads and
,June 28 at 7, p.m., in Starke. prepare a draft, in January. 1989. miles of grades to maintain already. advocated in subdivisions with parcels contain- streets. .:
City Hall._ Real estate agent and realtors Some developers Subdivisions of 50 or more lots '
for ing 4-25 acres.
The county also maintained that "home-owner associations"
well represented the
were on com-
tw Worth Noting.: ...p.2AJ mittee, with all interests compromising subdivision residents will sooner or building and maintenance of roads. when The Attorney shift la middle Rick Replogle ground asked came See Subdivision... )
-I Issues to .reach agree-: later, petition the county 'to pave Committee Member George

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.'r .. a 14 Middle School Students Earn Straight:A's 1

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a Fourteen Bradford Middle School Seventh Grade... Heather Williams, daughter of Goetzman, Amy Hallmark, Pat
students, or 1.9 percent of the Tanya Anderson, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Annette Williams of Lawtey. Hilgerson.Christie Diane Jacobs Jones.,Cassandra Roxann
725-member student body earned
and Mrs.
George Anderson of Julie Loper, Tama Mattox
stralght-A's for the fifth six-weeks Starke. Kelley
+ +t s rm"?_ grading period which ended April 19. Robbie Bassett son of Mr and A-B Honor Roll... Tracey McCullough, April_Mosley! ,
Another 79 BMS students, or 10.9
Mrs. Sam
percent of the student body, earned Shannon Bassett of Starke. The 79 students on the A-B Kerl Packham, Julie Yonder,
daughter of Mr. Erin Slack
all honor A's roll.or B's for a place on the A-B and Mrs. Felix Vargas of Starke. honor roll, by grade are: Stephanie Heather Smith Reagan, Jeremy Tetstone,,
Molly O'Neal daughter of Ms. Rosalyn Themes, Tract Thomas
::. Maura O'Neal of Starke and Darrell Eighth Grade... Jim Autry Dana Warren, Kelly Willis, DanielWrate.
Only three 8th graders, six 7th
O'Neal of Starke. Dawn Brown, Brittany Bula TraciCrawford .
graders, and four 6th graders earned Shannon Safer, daughter of Ms. Amy Crews, Chad Deese
straight-A's. Twenty-five 8th Gina Safer of Starke and Sheldon Angelia Denton Toni DeSue NeilDomalik
graders, 29 seventh graders, and 26 Safer of Orange Park. Anessa/ Goodman, Laura Sixth Grade... Lakeisha
sixth graders earned all A's or B's. Elise Sistrunk. daughter of Ms. Goodner, Jason Greene, Crystal Austin, Brad Barber, Ben
The..straight-A students, by grade, Trlsh Sistrunk of Starke. Greer, Amy Hartleln, Heather Barksdale, Ketumh Berry, Brad
are: tiEighth Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. Hersey, Stacy Johnson, Larry Angela Brown. Ross
and Mrs. W.W. Walkup of Melrose. Neesmith, Dana Newsome Candie Chandler Christina Cowart.Melissa
Top Grade Earners at Middle School... Norman, Jennifer Shadd, ElisaSierraAvilcn Crosby,darl Elder, Yemeako Foun-
Straight-A student at Bradford Middle'pcbbol. for the fifth six-weeks Grade... Sixth Grade... Jennifer Sullivan, tain,Dee Dee Gates Temika Hampton
are (l-rt Tori Hersey daughter of Mr. and Chris Wall, Kim Wilson, Brian
.Front bottom: Molly O'Neal and Shannon Safer. Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Theressa. Wynn. Aaron Harris Duke Lane, Teri
Second row: Jason Wilkinson Lindsay Walkup, Tanya Anderson Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke. Charlotte Smith, daughter of Mr. Laney, Robert Libby, Arnie Long,
Heather Williams. Hetal Patel, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Steve Smith of Hampton Seventh Grade... Carmen Melissa McLeod, Ricky Mott, Chris
Back row.standing: Hobble Bassett. Elise Sislrunk.Bethany lee Tori Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke. Lake. Bass, Tonika Bright, Missy Brown, Newsome, Brandy Olive, Sean
Mersey Shannon Bunker. Charlotte Smith. Jonathan Smith son of Mr. and Jason Wilkinson, son of Mr. and LeAnn Carlton, Erlcka Cleveland, Phillips, Estefanie Pormatllo,
Absent for photo: Jonathan Smith Metal Patel. Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Mrs. J t. w,,"rtw.i of Lawtey. vi.. rvxmi.. r.,K. Fuqua, Cory Michael Pusateri, Chad Widner.



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Alma Mater with everyone par- Sharie Frances Meier, Thornton, valedictorian and Scott elective areas, scholarship reci- remembrance of the occasion and a
ticipating, led by High Honor Stu- treasurer. Duncan, salutatorian. pients recognized, and many other symbol of their love and gratitude.
dent Jennifer Dodge and Honor Stu- It has been only two years since activities planned, including door Class song: "Wind Beneath My
dent Michael Ripplinger.Proclamation Senior class senators: young men took both top academic prizes for seniors, a video of seniors Wings." MappylStfiQirthcCay
Decree of Gradua- .Allison Rae Archey honors, says Principal Francis. In and other activities.
tion by BHS Principal Charles Fran- Thomas Christopher Bradford 1968 Jody and Jason Brown were Seniors have been given free
Allison Farnsworth valedictorian and salutatorian. tickets by the Alumni Association. Class colors: scarlet and gray.
cis.Recessional, BHS High School Aimee Liddon Ferguson Friends and relatives may attend if Class motto: "Remember the
Band, led by Director Buddy Ball. Kevin Eugene Finch Awards Banquet... they purchased tickets prior to the rewards of today, the promises of tJ3a6y
The Senior Awards Banquet is deadline, Monday, May 28. tomorrow, and never forget yester-
day, the memories of our past."
Senior class" sponsors: scheduled Thursday night May 31 Seniors are urged to attend the
Notables... Allison G. Aljets sponsored by the BHS AlumniAssociation. banquet.
Senior class officers are: .Judy M. BrownM. Il will be held at the Class flower: the pink rosesym- Ushers, members of the Class of
Elizabeth Anne McKinney, presi- Sandra Smith Bradford County Fairgrounds, bolizing the friendship the class 1991 are: Christina Bath Michael
dent.Mark Forty-one of the 230 graduating beginning at 6 p.m. members feel toward one another. Becker, Missy Bosier, Mayra Cruz,
Phillip Shuford vice presi- students are candidates for achiev- The senior awards banquet is a Class members will be given a rose Patrick Hurst, Danika Richardson.
dent.Sharri ing Honor Student designition and special night for seniors. Awards to be presented to their families Im-
Elaine Bass, secretary.Rescinded. higher honor categories,with Steven will be given in all academic and mediately after the graduation as a
Come Worship With Us

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of Pratt and ChristianSun. '
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that does not specifications for disposed of his horses "in tnree the Fishers have not met re- formal nulice by registered mail, School 9:45 am r /J'\,
housing horses. hours." He recommended the quirements for compliance in three and the Fishers will have 45 days Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
Schlosser said he believes property special exception be rescinded and years, the special from receipt of the letter to dispose Sun. Evening Service 7:00 pm
values may have declined in the the property revert to the original be rescinded, and classification of the horses, during which time Wed.Night Service 7:30 pm Love you,
area because of the special excep- single family residential (RSF-1) revert to residential status. they may appeal the decision to the Mama
tion, although he did not detect a classification. county commisioners. Pastor Ronald Hannah Dadfy,
"farm" odor.SchloBaer. The board gave the Fishers 45 When the Board of Adjustment Asst. Pastor Leshuk
Board Member Colon Davis said days to comply with the reversion granted in Shane &Joey
said he was in a similar he agrees with Schlosser in finding order. 1987, it includedathree-year reviewin Proclaiming The Blood,TIll Book,Blessed Hope
positon several years ago, and the shelter is not complete,and since O'Neal said his office will send a the stipulations.

Subdr ,, Congratulations, Cindy CONGRATULATIONSon

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a job well done.
come under State Statutes requiringall dinance allows individual driveways DAWN
streets to be paved and guttered. which may be 100 feet apart .... .. ., .. _... ... .....".
Subdivisions with 9-49 lots may to have direct access to all .paved We are all proud of ou. . : ,ad :;:' ': in. ..dIU"dllll'oo) lOiiuiuiUiiisybu ; "
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have a combination of paved and un- roads in the county except.arterial :.lia' "r. : '
paved streets and .the,county will highways. US.301arid SK-l6. Martin Love Forever; e"snade.sne.very. proud -
accept both for maintenance, withno pointed out that some other roads
promise to ever pave the graded have a high traffic count,and dozensof Moma, Daddy, 0 f you
segments. The developer will be re- driveways could present a traffic & Friends Love Mom!
... quired to build the grades to county hazard. Martin admitted the Task Sissy
specifications, prior to acceptance. Force had discussed the access issueat
length, but said he remained unsatisfied
All subdivision plats will contain with the result.
statements disavowing any respon- .

roads sibility inside for the subdivisions county to pave, althoughthe graded Commissioners took no action onMartin's We lose Florida whenwe

county has accepted the gradesfor comments.

maintenance.Jay Realtor tavern Outlaw who at- lose the environmentThe
Martin, a member of the tended the county commission
Bradford County Zoning Board, ex- meeting, when asked by Chairman
pressed his concern at the May 16 Maxie Carter said "I have no problem
commission meeting that the or- with the ordinance."\


The Environment f
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Second World War has been selectedby federalization of America's National 4 +;
the Department of Defense as the Guard. S .
premier event initiating America's "We have invited the President to
formal recognition of the fiftiety anniversary attend, but he has not accepted yet"
of World War II. said Sgt. Major Hall, who is a key The environment is an issue that is all around us, every
These ceremonies will be held at figure In initiating the concept of the minute of
the park November 25, this year,the park and has been the moving forcein every day.
fiftieth anniversary of the its construction. All of us here in District 21 and the rest of Florida have

had bestowed upon us lush surroundings, refreshing

. More Worth Noting... waterways, and a near-perfect climate.

We have the potential of l losing much of this through

BHS Class of 1980... IHS Class of 1970... mismanagement of our natural resources, particularlyour

The BHS Class of 1980 Is set for Festivities for the 20 year reunionof water resources. The major environmental! issue of
August 11, 19\10. Anyone may at- the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled the 1990s in Florida is water resource management and
tend, it Is not restricted to 1980 BUS for Friday and Saturday nights, &,L
graduates. Call ph. 964-7475 for In- October 2627. All graduates are conservation. Already we're under water restrictions
formation. urged to send in their reservation because we're taking more water out of the ground
forms and money to Mary Sue ,
BHS Alumni... Tomlinson ASAP to help cover the than nature is putting back in each day.

BHS alumni are planning a costs Please of the send reunion.$40 per couple or$20 The St. Johns River is cleaner than it has been In the

centennial celebration of Bradford per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, past, and we have to make sure this valuable resource

yean High School old in,1991.which will be 100 kThe 5 next, Box meeting 7641. Starke of the, 32091.planning stays in its intended, natural state. Preserving environ- "The environment Is not Just another popular

The BHS Alumni Association is committee is scheduled for Mon- mentally sensitive wetlands, animal and fowl habitats, lssueltmustbetakenserlously.Extremisrnoand
sponsoring a membership drive. day.July 16, at 7:30 p.m., in the either end of the environmental spectrum Is
Join today. If your membership has home of Cindy Futch, 403 S. Cherry. forest areas are crucial for our future. When not acceptable, but we must always consinature's der
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues St. natural beauty and reproduction areas are
are $5. Send checks to Alumni For additional information call theenvironmentwhenanydecisJonsmadeongone
Association, P.O.Box 1094, Starke, Cindy, ph. 964-8953, of David we start living in a concrete jungle instead of a Florida's future. My pledge to you Is that the
32)91. Dale Brown, President. Kirkland, ph. 473-2372. desirable environment. needs of District 21 will always take precedence

Throe BHS Class.*... Notice... Recycling, preservation, and conservation are imporoverpoliticalmaneuveringeveryvoteonthe
Three BUS Classes, 19694041! Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, tant issues.. As Florida moves into the'21st century, all floor of the House will be cast for the Districts
have scheduled a "30 year" reu- Inc. is trying to identify those residents, not because of restrictive Ideology or
nion, Friday and Saturday, July families who have children receiv- of these issues must be in the forefront of every leglsharmful partisan obligations./ **John Thrasher
2021. ing free or reduced hutches throughout lator's thinking. Every decision that is made for Florida
It is essential that all class school system.
members return forma as soon as U you child Is in either of these must be made with our environmental heritage in c.../.._. Headquarter* grand

be possible finalized.For in.order' that planning can groups food, you through family our may agence be eligiblefor duringthe mind, and how it will affect the future living conditions .....1...} June t4tk. S 7 p....*.

information call Charles summer months u you would of generations to come. 7fJ7 BlauHHn.1 blvd. 0.....,. Park
Francis Ph. 964-7739. Tom Smith like to apply for food assistance,
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon. Ph. come to 408 W. Lafayette St.,
964-5358. Monday-Friday" p.m., to make.

application. JOHN THRASHER
BHS Class of 1975... Tough l ov....

The BUS Class of 1973 will hold a Tough Love, a parents support
final organizational meeting for the group meets every Thursday evenIng -
13th claw anniversary Monday at 7 p.m.. In the Presbyterian Florida House of Representatives
June 11. at 7 p.m.. In the home of Church on East Call St., including ,
Joy Tetstone, Green Acres Subdivi- holidays.
sion.The Dealing with problems In familyrelationships Republican
class reunion Is scheduled especially between k
Saturday. June 23.at 7 p.m., at the parents and adolescent and older Paid political advafttofiMnt paId for by campaign traawwar. .
Bradford County Fairgrounds. children. Tough Love !Ia a self-help
Don't forget to pay your money program sponsored by the church.
by June 1. Mail Everyone welcome

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BHS Grrdders; Shut Out luterlachen,

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Breakdown Against Union in ,Jamboree

Uradford High gridders shut out quarterback Alan Crawford for 9 Union High then through four
Intvrluchcn: High 13-0 but had trouble and 4 yards and a first down at the straight desperation long passes to
holding onto the football and had Tornado;19. Tornado strong end Andy Astrid Walking B.J.Blount Marcus
defensive Breakdowns against Union Goodowns refused to allow UC's Stevens, and Chris Alexander. The. r
High in a 10-9 loss In the May 25 spring Watkins' to turn the corner on first BHS secondary knocked away the
jamboree at Inlerlactien High. down holding UHS to two yards to first three. But on fourth down Tiger 4 /
Union High beat Keystone High 7-0 the BHS 17 Then tough running Chris Alexander got behind the BHS d
In a sudden death play-off after the Chris Alexander hit up the Tornado safety and caught a 40 yard bomb for
quarter ended 0-0. Inlerlachen beat middle for 7 yards to the 10.A second a first down at the Bradford SVfc yard
Keystone High 6In a second sudden Alexander dive got only one yard to line with about one minute left to
death play-off in !the fourth the 9. play.Union.
quarter. .j On fourth down QB Crawford kept the football in the mid-
Wingback Allen Jenkins, ran 51 sneaked over left tackle.It looked as dle pf the field for good field goal ?14 +
yards for a touchdown on Bradford's It the BUS defense had Crawford position\ QB Crawford went up the :
first play from scrimmage.: The BUS slopped, but he kept driving and)cut middle for 3 yards to the BHS yard
wing-T offense worked to perfection to the right for the touchdown. The line. RB Alexander then hit up the
as Jenkins took 'an Inside reverse BUS'defense apparently thought QB middle but the BHS defense held him
through a big hole and the {outran ,Crawford was stopped. Crawford to half a yard.
the Tiger defenders..Jenkins missed kicked the PAT; Union led 7-6 with On third down, with seven secondson
the extra point but BUS led 6-0 with about! three minutes to- pay in the the clock BHS blocked the first
9:00 remaining to 'play in the ,quarter.Charles. Union field goal attempt. But the '
quarter.: Boyd returned the UHS anxious Tornadoes were offsides l'
Jenkins ensuring kick-off traveled ,kickoff some 30 yards to the Tornado and were penalized half way to the
only 19 yards and an alert James 42 yard line The BUS offense got goal;. to the 2.75 yard line. QB :
Daniels fell on it. Bradford retained down to business this lime. holding Crawford got off this attempt, a 20
possession since the kick traveled ''onto the football. yard kick about like an extra point
more than 10 yards. Fullback Clyde DeSue went over for a 10-9 Union High win. FB DfeSue on the Loose...
From the Union 46, quarterback left guard for five yards out to the 47 Judging from the noise and hi- Tornado fullback Clyde DeSue Is on tile loose in the bevy of Bradford blockers including guards Phillip I
Reggie Sheffield threw a perfect before being smothered. Then Jenks of the Union players ahappier Intcrluclicit High nci-omlury: after being sprung by a Crawford and Jason Norman. : '
pass to wideout Julius Harden but wingback Alien Jenkins went 33 bunch would have been hard to and
the football bounced off his chest. yards on the inside reverse for a first last Friday night even if it was justa and ran 13 yards to the Inlerlachen A 35-yard'IIIS punt put BUS in football) most of the quarter against
Then BHS had trouble holding onto down at the Union 20'/i' yard line. football jamboree. 43 yard line. business on its the IHS 40 yard line. Keystone Heights getting 4 first
the football. Wingback Jenkins lost FB DeSue got four yards in two big Against Inlerlachen the BHS wing: On first down FB Clyde DeSuo Dives of 4 and 9 yards by> FB downs to KH's 2. But neither..team
12 yards recovering a loose footballin pileups to the Union 17. Then BHS T offense rolled. Taking the opening went through a big hole at left tackle DeSue and an 11 yard pass to' WO could score. '
the BUS backfield. Then Jenkins quarterback Reggie Sheffield threw kick-off BHS went 65 yards in four and scooted 43 yards for a Trammel Jones gave BHS a first
fumbled a second time) This time to wideoul Trammel Jones at the plays. RB Robert Hankerson was hit touchdown. Jenkins' extra point was down at the IHS 16 yard line. Then a '
Union's Paul Harden recovered the 'Union five but a Tiger defender tipped and slopped after one yard on first blocked; BHS led 6-0,with 9:38: to fumble lost BHS 18 yards back to In the sudden death play-off RB
loose football at the Tornado 32 yard the football away down. But QB Reggie Sheffield play.Jenkins'. the IHS 34. But Jenkins came on the Watkins scored around left end on
line.Then On fourth down Allen Jenkins threw eight 'yards to Hankerson kickoff 'bounced a long inside reverse for 31 yards and FB the pitchout play. KH with QB Matt
Union's Astrid Watkins turn- kicked a 34 yard field goal for a 9-7 coming out of the backfield. On third way and Inlerlachen took over at its DeSuo scored from three yards,out. Teague trying to pass the last three I
ed the corner around Bradford's op- Bradford advantage with 2:04 remaining down QB Sheffield rolled left on the own six yard line, and could not Jenkins extra point put BHS up 13-0. plays was smothered by the Union
posite ends, on pitchouts from to play In the period. play action pass kept the football mnv nf'nllld the !*,/>'".., "nr.'....". Union High kept possession of the defense. ,

Coaches Say, Experience Gained from Jamboree Loss '' ,

While Tornado coaches are not talent to discover new talent in foot- coaches say. Wyatt Collins and tight end Andy ball well. Coach Hurse said. field who can pass or run, taking
happy with the loss in the spring ball players. The new defensive Head Coach David Hurse said he Goodowns, said Coach Hurse. Those Fullback Clyde DeSue and running whatever the defense gives him on '
jamboree, they say a lot of new players need to correct mistakes knew the offense would be suc- players got out and blocked, leadingthe back Robert Hankerson ran hard. each play. Coach Hurse says the offense I
Bradford High players gained and learn new skills. Sexton says cessful. The offense worked runners in the Tornado wing Hankerson has the potential to be will have to put some'points on I
valuable playing experience. On the Lake BuUer touchdown it whenever Tornado backs held onto offense. Plus tackle Clayton Mann- gain 1,000 yards next season, Coach the board this fall while {the inexperienced
Defensive coordinator Mike Sex- was inexperience that allowed QB the football Hurse points out. The Ing showed he can be tough, including Hurse says running with FB DeSue defense develops.'
ton said he was pleased with the Alan Crawford whose forward progress three fumbles were simply a key block on wingback QB Sheffield. and wingback Allen. Current problems are that starting I
over-all performance of the Tornado had been stopped, to continue mishandling the football; nobodywas Allen Jenkens' long TD run. Jenkins. guards, Phillip Crawford and
defense. and score. The defense thinking knocking the football away. Crawford threw two super blocks on Teams defending the Tornadoes Jason Norman, are also starting on
"I feel we have the basis for a good Crawford was down let up. An ex- The offense worked because of the Jenkins' TD runs. face several capable backs going defense. Crawford is a starting In-
defensive team," says Coach Sexton perienced defense would not have, experience of guards Phillip The Tornado backs ran well and different ways on each play, the side linebacker and Norman a star- II
,, a veteran mentor who has the stopped until the whistle was blown Crawford and Jason Norman center QB Reggie Sheffield threw the fool- play-action pass play by QB Shef- ling defensive tackle. '

Starke: Stars Finish 3 4th Out of 5 at Moultrie ,

The- Starke Stars (Senior Boys 18 Game No.2 was lost 12-5 to Jo-Jo's Stars jumped out to a &-0 first inning Francis were each 3-for-4, Jamie Poub1eOfl
and under) Softball Team travelledto Plowboys of Tif ton,who finished lied lead and was up 12-6 after two inn- Bowen and Sean Jones were 2-for-3,
Moultrie GA this past weekend for 7th in last year's nationals. Both Ings. "We were Just not strong and David Elder 2-for-4 r. J
May 25-27 and finished fourth out offiv4 losses were to tough teams Coach enough to hold the Rangers McGriff In Game No.2, Daryl Gnann was
teams in the annual Sunbelt Jerry McGriff .. ... said. 3-for-3. Dqqnia Frlnejaor2, Tom- 'KIt ,;'"
Classic Invitational Softball Tourna- The Stars batten .569,' going >" In Game No.2 against..;Jo'JaU: :.l> imyi Bat Oom and 'Vince Robinson R" f "I, (
n t' eM w. ''P i.-- 1'0
| r-58aUhe, That's normal- !* Pf wbutt the game was tied 4-4 in 2-for-3.
>itie Stars\sh Z tics! gr;t 21-13\1 fitly godd enough to win; 18'1I'Coach '* \the lop of the fifth it was 6-5 in the u .ytij i'I'fei4 //.1 y
to the Pharmacy Rangers of Tifton, McGriff.but the Stars left 18 runnerson top of the sixth and it was 7-5, the' The Stars have returned to Men'sChurch '
GA, the team that went on to win the base. It means the Stars didn't hit Stars still) close,in the top of the League and look forward to
tournament undefeated. The ,'well enough when men were on base seventh. the 13th annual KFC "Friendly
.Rangers tied for 7th in last year's in scoring position McGriff says. In tameNo.l Ashley Alday, Daryl City" Invitational June 8-10 in Tif-
national tournament Against the Royal Pharmacy I the Gnann Ken Carlton, and Donnie ton.

4th Annual Youth Tennis Tourney Held Memorial DayThe

Bee Gift Free

4th annual "pre-schocl's: out" Singles winner was BHS No.l Doubles winners were the BUS Jim Grover 8-5 over Robbie Sapp,10,
youth tennis tournament was held player graduating senior Mark No.l team of Mark Shuford arid and Mayra Cruz 11, the. No.l girl
May 28, Memorial Day and Tuesday Shuford who won 8-5 over No,2 Michael McKinney 10 who won 8-6 player at BHS qr 1k Desert Dufii Makeover
May 29, at the Bradford High player, freshman Jason Welty in a over Jason Welty, 9 and Link Other participants in the tourna-
courts. close match. Bishop, graduating senior In a very ment were.Chris Snow and Stephen : lllS ItIA I
,Eleven BHS students participatedin Consolation winner, the first round exciting match said Coach McGriff. McLeod. .
the singles and doubles tourna- losers was Shannon (Blaine) Mo The tournament was well played I AioieNorman Lesson I II
ment sponsored by BHS tennis coach Chesney 11, who won 8-4. over Jim Consolation winners in doubles and a good experience for all, said J 1
Jerry McGriff. Groover:, 10. play were Sampson Fuller, 11, and Coach McGrirr.I I I Purchase

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McLeod, Rodriguez and Durban. Thurs., May 31, the Hornets play
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Bark In the "old
New Memorial Garden days", half a centuryago
the days of World

Becomes Mecca for ManyThe ding War II.and- these Camp four Blan. -

buildings, three of
which are still In use
figured prominently In
new World War II Memorial Parkat Training Center in the U.S., having community life.

Camp Blanding formed an appropriate almost 100,000 troops on the base at its At right Is the USO
background Monday as 300 or more spec- peak. Part of the reservation was also us- (United Service
tators gathered in memory of the men of, ed as a prisoner of war camp. Organization) which p i
all wars who lost their lives in the serviceof The Blanding now serves as offices for I
their museum and memorial the Bradford County
park has attracted national attention School Board on U.S. 301
The impressiye Memorial Park, which because it is the only one of its kind to be cross from Bradford
covers thirteen acres at the, ,main en- dedicated to World War II displays and High School. It was the ate."A .
trance to Blanding, is now '80 percent artifacts. As evidence of public interest for center servicemen of entertainment during

complete. The adjoining World war II and support of this unique project, finan- World War II, and
museum, located in the large frame cial support has come from contributors dances, suppers, and
building that was used as a Guest House in many states, as well as appropriations other activities were
during the war, is also nearing comple-- from the National Government and the held here for the

tion, and both will be opened to the public State of Florida. The Museum has also. with soldiers Starke at folks Blanding serving ,

and dedicated on November 25, in received many World War II artifacts, in- as volunteer hosts
ceremonies expected to attract former cluding photographs, uniforms, insignia, and hostesses.At .
Blanding servicemen and their families and other items from men who served at
from all parts of the country. In expecta- Blanding and their families, and are still
tion of this state and national interest, a being received by Sgt. Maj. Rodney Hallat .,
thousand reservations have already been anding. Donations of money are also ': '" :' ,,"
made in hotels and motels from Jacksonville welcome.It "I .ft I. .
At left Is the original
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to Gainesville for visitors to this is t- L"t. or.. 'f,,, Starke Ice Plant as it
event. expected veterans of World ." '" ::.,: looked in
War II who served at Blanding, most of .. -w -" ... .. : Y operated by 1906 Will when Wall
The Florida Regimental Memorial whom are now at retirement age, will ;,' '. and his brother Bert.
Garden will cover almost an acre, with a want to "return to their roots" at Blan- 6.. .., I : "c ,.,' 0, The ice wagon carried
fountain and monuments bearing the ding, while travelling on to Disney World 'f1!. blocks of ice from door
names of Florida National Guardsmen and other South Florida attractions. In t @ I to door In the days

who lost their lives in World War II. fact, Camp Blanding already has many refrigerators.before electric Children

There will also be a lighted flagpole and tourist visitors during the year, and the II r ..... trailed the wagon
monuments to the six regiments of the number will undoubtedly increase great- around town on bicyclesto
Florida National Guard who answered ly after the Museum and Memorial Park get the chips when the
the call to colors during the Second World are completed. blocks were split for a
War. customer. The building
During most of 1944 and 1945, the is still In use today by
The Memorial Park will cover a larger largest percentage of men sent to Sun Ice, Inc. for commercial

area of approximately 13 acres with replenish those on the front lines in both customers.

displays of weapons and vehicles surrounding European and Pacific theatres of war
a lagoon, complete with a large received the bulk of their training at the
water spray, surrounded by landscaped Camp Blanding IRTC. After the war the

gardens. There will also be individual camp was taken over by the State Ar- ..
monuments commemorating all major mory Board and has become one of the -; '"'
units that trained at Blanding during most important National Guard camps in : :-.
World War II. the Southeast. Its facilities are constantly right Is the

The regimental memorial for the 3,943 being expanded to accommodate the Magnolia business Hotel) on still the doing -

Florida National Guardsmen who served, needs of troops who now receive training same site and under the
and the 158 who died in World War II is there throughout the year. same name at the corner FIL. .
already complete and was the focal point of Walnut and Jefferson .
of Monday's The Museum and Memorial Park will Sts. The post office
ceremony. be a great asset to Starke and Bradford now across the
Blanding, which was originally planned County as well as Camp Blanding itself, street, had not yet been
built and the
as a Florida National Guard camp to and the opening of these facilities should Union office sign is seen

replace old Camp Foster near Jackson- have the attention and the support the .. ,. .across at left of the big tkj.d
ville was taken over by the Government entire community that already greatly.p oak tree. The Magnolia-
in preparation for World War II, 'and benefits from its proximity to Camp before being enlarged,
ultimately became the was the home of an early I -
Infantry Blanding.
Sin ike mayor, A.I... I .
Von Kim and was builtbt'Iol't' '

I Lottery Money Should Go 18W.

Less for Ads, More for SchoolsLawton

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Chiles thinks that the Florida leaders "
can make claims of 'no
lottery should
spend less money on adver- taxes".
tising and more on education. That's a -
platform plank we can agree on without School officials are also frustrated
reservation.Last because proposed legislation that would
guarantee the education budget a 62 Were You Counted?
year $34 million out of per-
lottery cent share of the state
budget is stalled in
budget went

and this to lottery$36 million officials glitzy next would time TV commercials like around.In to boost. journ committee June with 1. the legislature due to ad- Census Figures Are Vital in Getting

In the meanwhile, the public is sub- Full Benefits
the meanwhile, public school officials jected to fakey Based nn Population
misleading lottery adver-
claim that the$1.2 billion of ..
tising that raises false
profits given to education since 1987 have they can become hope in people that The U.S. Census Bureau will start a and the number of congressmen and
simply replaced, rather than enhanced a multi-millionaire and nationwide "mop-up" program called legislators in each district is determined tracing ancestors. The restructure of
state funding sources that education, lead a life of ease by buying lottery "Were You Counted?" on June 18 In an by the number of people shown in the family history would run into a dead
would tickets. effort to have at least 98 or 99 percent of census. ancestors had not recorded
have gotten anyway, even if the the U.S. population counted the end themselves and all members of the
lottery had never been approved.The Although more money doesn't of August.' Printed forms will by be run in Much local and state funding is based family in early censuses.

ironical part of this automatically make for better education, newspapers nationwide for the benefit on ding state could and be local in the population.form of This fun- *To those who have received census
maneuver is that hoodwinking school officials believe that had educa- of any person who feels that he or she Rural. and Urban grants for forms and have not filled them out for
many voters were sold tion actually been has not been counted: according to Housing one reason or another
the given $1.2 billion extra developments; the Starke
on promise that Kimble transportation
lottery funds Worley,
would processing clerk for'the ( Chamber of Commerce will be to
the glad
money during past three highway) funding;
work miracles for the financial years, they Census Bureau's Southeast assist in
improve- could securities for preparing and returning the
have translated it into better Regional Office in unemployed programs;
ment of Florida's school Jacksonville forms to the Census
system. It is scholastic social services such as surplus food Bureau. Just call
believed that many voters went to the performances and lower The Starke/Bradford County distribution; education money for the Chamber number, 964-5278,or bring
polls and voted for the lottery under this dropout rates among Florida students. Chamber of Commerce stresses the im- schools; rehabilitation for sub-standard your form with you to the office in
illusion; According to the last U.S. Department portance to this community of having housing; and state and federal revenue Starke.It .
of Education every person counted in the 1990 cen- sharing programs, among others. is still) not too late to return the
School officials that since figures, Florida's high sus, which will be the last one taken un- forms,
say to
1986-the school graduation til the Population figures also provide according Mr. Worley,
rate fell from 2000.
before the 58.6per- although the
year Census
lottery started generating necessary data for prospective in- Bureau would like
gambling money the public school cent in 1987 to 58 percent in 1988. This There are dustries that need to have figures on the to have them in within the next two or
system's budget has grown ranks Florida behind each of the 50 states and counties many should reasons show the why largest towns available labor pool before making a three weeks,if possible. They hope to
by only 57 and have
the district of Columbia.A population decision to establish operations in complete coverage of all states by
percent. During the same period the viable very unen- figures possible. Among community.With a the last of August.
Department of Corrections position to be in. 'these are:

grown by 107 percent, and the Budget Depart-has Florida's test scores also rank 15th Representation In Congress and the ing interested more and in more people becom- need"Were help You in securing Counted?or" not sending,and in you the
State Legislature is based family genealogy,cen-
ment of Health and among the nation's 22 on population
Rehabilitative Ser- states that use the sus information is an invaluable aid in necessary form, please contact the'Jocal
vices' budget has increased by 77 percent Scholastic Aptitude Test as the primary Chamber of Commerce office.

School. officials therefore argue that high entrance school requirement l students.So for college-bound Letters to the Editor I

state legislators are using the if
money they you're buying
once gave to education to balance the illusion lottery tickets with Eugene Matthews Hampton Elementary
the that May 29,1990 6. I
you re helping ,
state's education Editorial Investigator David Faculty Thanks
own budget in order that political under the Page Editor Aderholt.
present *
setup'forget it. Bradford County TelegraphIn i MarYAnn Kyle ,

re: Article In May 24, 1990 It is on these facts that I request the Editor, Telegraph:'
TelegraphDear retraction be made in the next edition of
= the Telegraph. Having been fortunate enough to
Mr. Matthews. work for Mary Ann Kyle at Hampton
\ :- :& E J }>Henry;Chiet Deputy Elementary School the last four and a'
Please be, advised'that I am requesting Bradford County Sheriffs Dept. half years,we would like to take this op-
a retraction of the statement, portunity to publicly thank her and list
The ...the initial Investigation was con- (The' tome of her '
hearing of
an elephant Is about Telegraph's accomplishments.
a* acute
that of
as May :SM
a cat. article
Both animals can hear sound ducted by Sheriff Etheridge and Chief on \
footsteps of a mou... .s soft the investigation of the During her
Deputy Pat Henry..." that was in the case was based Meghan Renaud the tenure we have started
Telegraph on May 24, 1990, the article on .the reasonable Writing to Read program Career
entitled Martinez Names Tanner as Ad- chief assumption that, in the absence of the Day activities, book fairs each year,
BRIO visor for Renaud Inquiry. That statement investigator due to Illness, an In- whole language classes with her sup-
BRADFORD cot. la not a true statement of fact.The the vestigation victim into the disappearance! of port and a lot of attention to the school
4 4N facts of my involvement are as follows: home from the bedroom of her landscaping using inmate labor. These
would have been made by the are Just a few of the projects she has initiated
tijrapi 4IOeO.PlIOUSONJOHNMMlU.III 1.1 was called in on the Renaud cast If Sheriff this and his chief deputy, asstated. or lent her support to.
was not the
O o three (3)da1 after Meghan Renaud error.) case, we regret the Mrs.Kyle can be proud of her work at
was reported missine. H.E.S. because the worked hard and
/ most importantly she cared about this
17I Q$ .........,.... 2. I was In charge of the ground ,school. We will miss her and wish her
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at was search found.team,on the fourth day the body 1
the Post Office at Starke.Florida,under Act of March 3.,1879. 'l Joe Walson Steve Acrec. Margaret
"'honeM44305P.O. 3. I oversaw the sealing off of the Wartsworlh'Edith Shaw, Lynn
Subscription Rote In Trade Area 14.00 Marshall
.Drawer A;Steak. florido per year; S8OO six months crime scene. Shellla
OUtside Lynda
Trade Area $1 3.00 per year $3.50 six months. The Whit Koszel.
House Claudette
has 132 room Earselene Zimmer.
4. a called FDLE crime lab. and a bomb shelter. It occupies man? Nina Rowan Lucy Hodges,
84.184 square 'e... Blossom Sprir le, Debbie Donnersug.if .


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y Goldie Stacy of Decoy Ky. and Butler. Flower girl was Vanessa
..:. ..,.. .. ."... .,. -,.... ... Herbert Howard of Jeffersonville, Phillips of Starke.
Ky and L.J. Minton, son of Laura The bride was given marriage by
Mr.and Mrs.Seeber Harris Hicks of Indianapolis, Ind.. were Kevin Minton of Starke.Witnesses to
united in marriage at Gold Head the ceremony were Kirk and Terry
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Harris
State Park Keystone Heights, Minton of Keystone Heights.
Mr. &Mrs. Fred D. Shore Celebrate 60th AnniversaryMr. Saturday May 5, at 2:30 p.m.Chaplin A reception was held following the
Eldon Cornett performedthe ceremony, with wedding pictures
.and Mrs. Seeber Harris of Starke celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary
taken Nadine
Nichols of Starke.
the by
ceremony. Attending as
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Shore Saturday, May 28, with a reception at Whispering Pines Care groom's best man was Everett Following a wedding trip to Sea
Celebrate 50th Wedding AnniversaryIn Center in attendance.Mr. i in Starke. With. the exception of two grandsons, all their family Phillips. World the couple is residing in
was Attending the bride matron of Starke. The is employed by
honor of their 50th Golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. FredD. Harris la a native of the Lake Butler area while Mrs. Harris, the honor was Wanda Phillips as of Starke. P.R.I.D.E. as groom supervisor for the furniture
(Norma T.) Shore were guests of honor at a reception dinner, dance former Thelma Thompson, is of the Lawtey and State Prison areas:They Bridesmaids were Kathy Minton factory.
May 25, at the Marriott Hotel on Salsbury Road, Jacksonville. A special were married May 26, 1930 in Macclenny. H wiMipiu Phillips of Starke. I
video of the couple,depicting their married life,starting with the original The Harris's[ have one daughter, Charlotte Jones of Starke. They had 1'A
newsprint account of the engagement and marriage, with a picture[ of four grandchildren, Janice Goolsby and Keith Jones of Starke, Connie
Mrs. Shore, which was in The Times Union in June 1940, was the focal Harrington of Gainesville, Seeber Jones of Ft Walton Beach and Karen
point of entertainment for the couple. Keyes, deceased. s
Included in the lavish dinner was three-tiered. wedding[ cake.with a Helping with the reception were their great grandchildren Pamela
gold 50" on the top. Martin and Randy<< Goolsby of Starke Michelle Parrish of Ft. Walton a
Attending this event were the honorees Fred and Norman Shore; their Beach April and Christy Jones of Starke.. .and Ashley Harrington of
daughters, Bonnie DeRoia of Jacksonville and Marilyn Maloy of Starke; Gainesville. Jennifer Keyes,daughter of their deceased daughter Karen, 25 :
sons in laws; three grandchildren and over 30 family members and is residing in Starke with the Harris family. i
friends. Their four great-great ,grandchildren were also in attendance at the
The honored couple were presented with many gifts and cards. reception. They are Pammy and Lauren Martin of Starke, and Melanie Northside Church
and Christopher Jones of Ft. Walton Beach.municating Baptist
and the family of

Church News Reverend James and Bonnie Cowart
w would like to invite you to a
the gospel to our genera- Gospel Sing Set
Celebration of Love in Christas
June 3rd Set tion. The entire family will be ChurchThe
Lake At
Kingsley Bapt.To .
challenged and blessed by their
Host Revival As Pentecost SundayS ministry. Rev. Rolls will be part of Community Church of James and Bonnie

Lake Church nday, June 3, is Pentacost Sun- an area youth crusade that will be in Brooker will host a gospel sing Celebrate their
Kingsley Baptist day. Have you ever wondered what several churches, schools, and loca- Saturday night,June 2, beginning at
of Starke
located East 16
on Hwy ,
invite to at- Pentecost really means? There are tions throughout the Keystone 7 p.m. Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversaryon
would like to
everyone many great misunderstandings and Heights Starke area., Fetured singers will be the Bud
slated to
tend their Spring Revival wrong connotations about its mean- For more information call First Bass Southernaires of Jacksonvilleand
begin May 30, and run through June ing to us today.Pentecost Assembly of God,964-6971,Hwy 16 W the Brush Arbor Singers of Sunday June twenty-fourth
3. Services will be at 7 p.m. each means power for ser- and Weldon St. Starke. from two until four p.m. at the church

evening. vice. The congregation at First The public is cordially invited to
for the revival will be
Speakers Assembly of God would like to invite attend. Refreshments will be served '
No Gifts Please
Dr. John Pelham, Vice President in
at Heart
to apecial Pentecost ser Young following the program. _
Charge of Church Deland.Relations,Stetson everyone vices Sunday, June 3, with Sunday To Meet June 7 Benefit Sing'Set A money tree will be available for those
University, Schol beginning at 10 a.m.; who wish to make a Gift of Love to the :
scheduled each
Services are evening The Young at Heart of the First Inc.
Childrens church and morning worship Church of God of Prophecy fund. :
with 'special- nightly-- _programs.... or, is at 11 a.m..and special) guest, 'Baptist Church of Starke will hold will host a benefit singing Saturday, building
planned. Mel be at their regular monthly meeting June 2. beginning at T:30 p.m. I ,: r n.' I
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join the familyjof KingsleyM4kiBaptist Rev. Rolls"'and 'his wife Teresa, dish lunch at noon in the fellowship the public to attend. For more information
Church. are on the front lines in corn- hall. Come join them. call 964-7712.



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Retirement Reception ubpastor of the church. a plaque for their community Improvement Department,at Florida School of the to needy children regardless of race,
Morning Sunday School is set at project, "Legacy of color,creed,religion,sex,handicap,
I Engagements Planned for June 4 10:30 a.m.:. church services at 11:30 Love", a certificate for contribu- Arts.Mt. age or national origin during sum
You're Invited! to attend a Retirement 'a.m.1;>dinner will be served at 12:45 tions to Hope Lodge and a certificatefor Pisgah AME mer vacation when school
Reception, honoring Charles p.m. Singing will be provided by The placing on the honor roll. Church News. breakfasts or lunches are not
Francis and Lennard Register at Gospel Servants and The Allegiance. Piano RecitalSet .. available. AU children 18 years old
the Bradford County Fairgrounds.Reception Mt. Pisgah A.M.E.!: Church will be and younger are eligible for a lunchat
hours are from 3:30-6 Club Members for June 5 sponsoring the "Summer Food Ser- no charge.The programs are only
p.m.Everyone Is cordially Invited to Attend WorkshopMrs. The public Is cordially invited to vice program forChlldr! n.'' at the approved for eograrhlcalstudles, of
attend. attend a piano recital given by the febenezer!; Baptist Church located at need(or
.Douglas Hardy Mrs.Russell students of Louise M. Stem on Tues- Steel Mill Road in Starke, Florida of the children qualify for free orreduced
Homecoming Set Norman and Mrs. Herbert Thomas day evening June 5, at 7:45 p.m. in during the months of June,July and ,prJce-jneaJsldjirjng: the! .
attended the FFWC District IV Spr- the First United Methodist Church. August. school year. Lunches will be served
Homecoming services have been ing Workshop held at the Woman's Special pieces will also be playedby The program Is similar to the Na- daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
let at Evergreen Baptist Church for Club in Lake City on Friday,May 25. Michael Clark, head of the MUP'O' tional School Lunch Program.It provides Ebenezer Baptist Church 1544 Steel
Sunday June 3. Rev. Doug Graham The,local Hub was presented with nutritionally balanced meals Mill Road, Starke.
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Gordon Smith loisi j F $

Vickie D. Thomas. BOTTOM 148

Gordon Smith ** 1 .,
To Wed Oct. 27

Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Thomas of
Starke announce the engagement of ROUNDS
their daughter Vickie Thomas,to
Gordon Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. _
Lester Willingham of Starke and .;
Charles Smith of Wooster, Ohio. I
An October 27, 4 p.m. wedding Is SUN. MOM. TUES. WED. THUS. fnsT.. '
planned at the First United
Methodist Church in Starke. r. t' 30 31 1 Z Prices In this ad good Monda
Miss Thomas is a graduate of s May 28 thru- Sunday June 3. 1940..
Bradford High School, 1984;
graduate of Lake City Community
College; is employed' by the Florida
Department of Transportation and Holly
Bradford County Emergency Ser- Farm
vices. She earned her associate of
science degree in criminal justice;
and has an associate of arts degreein

Mr.pre-criminology.Smith Is a graduate of Brad- ( WHOLE
ford High School, 1985! ; attends Lake
City Community College and is (
employed by Bradford County
Sheriff's Department. PRYERS
Donita Driggers

A.L. Burpee III
To Wed July 22 Red

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Driggers of
Lake Butler announce the engage- WHITE4b.
ment and approaching marriage of Pint .
their daughter, Donita L. Driggersof
Jacksonville, to A.L. Burpee, III,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Burpee,
Jr., all of Jacksonville.The Farms GRAPES
wedding will be an event of Holly
Sunday, July 22, at the home of the Frozen I
bride-elect's parents in Lake Butler. Grade A
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Union County High School, Lake CORNISH
Butler; Santa Fe Community Col-
lege, Gainesville; and attended the J PICK 5 9,,.c. .
University of Florida. She also at- '
tended the Fla. Real Estate" In- N 111 HENS : tfoLb :' j ,
stitute, Jacksonville.The OF THE .
groom-to-be is a graduate of \
Episcopal High School; Jacksonville MUd Hot, Special, _
University; member Class Agent 1 MUd ,i
Episcopal Alumni Assn.; JU Alumni Recipe & Extra 79CLb.CHIIXJIMMY
Assn. ; The Friars; N.E. Fla.
Builders Assn.; Owner and Presi- DEAN ,
dent of Burpee and Associates, Inc..
Jacksonville, building and land

development.All friends.and relatives are cor- ROll "Lb. Of Your Choice" r
Head Snow White
dially invited to attend.Rehearsal OR 9 9 0

and Mrs. Andrew J. Eaves III ) Lb.S Fresh
gave a dinner May 25 prior to the
wedding rehearsal of their son Len 19 TOMATOESFRESHGREEN / BROCCOLILffltfif
and Donna Moody, his brideelect.The thus
Fellowship Hall of the First BEANSIPLUMPPURPLE / i
United Methodist Church was the EGGPLANT ;
setting for the dinner.Long tables in
a U shape were covered with pink
cloths decorated with arrangementsof .
pink and white flowers, pink ,
candles and ceramic place cards J,12'- 5ge
with pink hearts saying Donna and 4
Len. Centering the head table was a
silk arrangement of greenery with
mauve flowers flanked by Teddy
bears dressed; in bride and groom Ptt I ICES
finery. ; '
Guests enjoying the delicious din- "W. I
ner were members of the wedding
party, family and out-of-town
guests. The honored couple 2 Liter Diet Coke, Caffeine Free
with presented gifts. wedding party members Diet I Coke ,: t 1.5: Carlo Rossi Chablis, Blush, ,OLD MILWAUKEE & 5 Ct Biscuits

Preparing the meal and assisting COKE CLASSIC Rhine,Pink Chablis,Vln Rose OLD MILWAUKEE LT. BIG COUNTRY
the Eaves were friends of the family .
Oleeta and Don Hardenbrook, "

brook Mable, Green Grace, Fullwood Marilyn ,Harden-Laurie $ 49 $'ijK.rg
Mullins and Carolyn Sweat. JJ9c 2/7ge/

Donna Moody Honored 2 Liter

With Bridal Luncheon Diets ... ..........t..1.01 ,

Bride-elect Donna Moody was
honored at a lovely luncheon Thursday
24, at Dexter's Cafe / /
May 12 Oz. Frozen Concentrate
16 Oz. -Grape Bama 12 Oz. Seaitest
Gourmet at 1:30 p.m. 8 Oz. Sausage Or -
The guests were seated at tables Regular Or Pink
covered decorated with with pink mauve carnations cloths in JELLY 'OR JAM FOOD LION LEMONADE CHEFSBOYAADEiE PIZzzASr COTTAGE CHEESE

bud vases. Donna's table was additionally -

bears dressed decorated like bride with and wooden groom, 9ge
a gift of Jay and Vickie Eaves. ,2/9ge/
The creamer of Donna's chosen
china pattern was presented as a 89'
memento of the occasion by the
bridal attendents, Andrea
Waterhouse, Marsha Culverson,
Carmen Eaves, Debbie Moody, 3 Liter Cola/Grape/Orange/ 6 I
hostesses for the luncheon. Lb. Bag Food Lion &
r Fruit Punch 10 Oz. Oat Bran/Cinnamon I!
Barbara Smith Raisin/Blueberry :
Bride-elect HonoredAt LENDER'S BAGELS

PartyMiss Mf ,

Barbara Smith bride-elect of $199 '
9ge 7ge
Mark Murray, was honored at a
lingerie party at the home of Paula
Rhoden, hosted by Esther Martin _
and Paula Rhoden.Approximately -
15 guests attended.
including the mother of the bride-
elect and out of town guests from

Tennessee.Barbara received many nice gifts v"S: : iii i i __ i __ _I _

and not"was as a given memento special of the''forget-me-occasion. ifegtf ll r3Q-Fl5iuth ; &" ? '- ::: >"- .. ,

Following the opening of gifts, _
refreshments mingled. were served' as guests,

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June May 'II. lOGO TELEGRAPH ........ I
Monday 18, 1990; otherwise a The name and address of the Personal business other than tt end except legal/hollldays.. at Department
(lodgement may be entered e undersigned of
I (Legal for the relief demanded In against the Come you Representative and the Personal the Interest of each of the undersigned Environmental Regulation. Northeast
Notices 1 1IN plaint. below.Representative's attorney are set forth In said business Is as stated below. District Office. 3426 Bills Road Jockwn
villa."' Florida 32207.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said All Interested Percentage of Interest: 100 percent.
court on this 11th day ol May. 1990. file with this Court.persons WITHIN are THREE required MON-to SIGNATURE: 1 tchg 5/31; Cont. No 493 .
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Clerk of Circuit Court OF THIS By:James I.Hall
NOTICE: ((1))all claims
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR Parcel One: Lot S of Block 1 of against the estate Its President
By: LeRoyce Edwards, Dep.ClerkS174tchg607 and
BRADFORD COUNTY. Highway Addition to Starke ((2)) any objection by an Interested
FLORIDA AND Lot 1 of 9/314tpd 6/21; Cont. No.492
CASE Block E EXCEPT South person to whom notice was mailed that
NO 10
:90.46-CP feet of East 146 Control No.482 Classified Ads
FiLl NUMBER: 1-4177 feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 challenges the validity of the Will the LEGAL NOTICE .
feet; and Lot between qualifications of the Personal Representative The Suwonnee
Blocks River
RE: THE ESTATE OF: EXCEPT East 84 feet;and Lot 2 of Block E. MIDDLE DISTRICT DISTRICT OF FLORIDA COURT venue, or Jurisdiction of the cil, Inc. Board of Directors will hold e Get Results
EATHER L. DYAl EXCEPT 146 feet and North 2 feet of Lot JACKSONVILLE Court. meeting of the Directors on Monday
Deceased 3. Block E, EXCEPT East 146 feet as plat CASE NO.:90-348-aV-J-16 DIVISION ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT June 4, 1990 7:30 p.m.. at the Holiday ,
Jones Addition City. Florida.
Star..... Publication/ of this Notice has begunon Frances L.
odmlnlitrotlon SPEC
of the Estate of Plaintiffvs. Terry ,me.
Eather L. Dyal. deceased, COM No. Parcel Two: Situated at 321 Clark Thursday May 31. 1990.PERSONAL Itchg 9/31:Cont. No.488 Church of God of Prophecy Inc.

90-46-CP I. pending In the Circuit Court Street Starke. Florida and described as RANDALL E. YON; LINDA J. YON REPRESENTATIVE
for Bradford County Florida. Probate follows: The lots, pieces or parcels of and CYNTHIA E. YON n/k/a CYNTHIA; Zella Rouse Crew STATE OF FLORIDA 2138 N.Temple
Division the address of which li Bradford land situated In the County of Bradford ELAINE WARFEl J ,\ P.O. Box 187 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL is starting May 29th daytime

County Courthouse, Stark. Florida- State of Florida known and described as Defendants. Attorney for Star...., Florida 32091 REGULATION Services on Tues., & Thurs.at .
32091. follows: to-wlt: East 84 f..t of Lot 1. ORDER OF P.R. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Th.name and address of the Personal Block E as per mop or plat of N.J. Jon. BY PUBLICATIONThis SERVICE JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. The Department announces receipt of 12:00 am. ':'
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P.A.. an application Everyone welcome.
Representative and the Addition as recorded In Deed Book N a) cause be for a Management and
Personal came to heard Post
b.low.Representative's attorney or. set forth Bradford Page 379 County.of the curr.nt Florida.public ALSO records beginning of. .Motion for Order of Service upo""ol"IIH' by Star...Office.. Florida Box 32091 938 Mr.Storage D.V.of Luefake Surface. Plant Waters Manager.Permit from E.I. Pastor W.T. Laney ,
Publication and
Interested at NE corn.r of said Lot 1 Block E and action has been It appearing that this ((904))964.5700 9/31 2tchg 67cont. 489 DuPont de Nemours and Company. Inc. 9647712CHURCH I
p riont are required to brought for the enforcement .
run Northerly and parallel with Clark to continue the operation of the
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS of a Hen against real existing .
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Street 52.S feet more or less to South situated In Bradford within property the NOTICE UNDER process wastewater and stormwater I .'104: IlIL U.
NOTICE all side of Block B of N.J. Jones Addition FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE systems associated with mining of heavy
: ((1)) claims against the estate Middle District of Florida and describedas NOTICE
thence run Westerly IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mineral ores from surllcial sand OF GOD
and ((2)) any objection by an Inlefeited along South side of follows: deposits>>
person to whom notice woe moiled that sold Block B, a distance of 84 feet Lot 6. Block D, Dalewood Subdivision, Clerk undersigned of Bradford Intends to register with the through dredging and milling. Trallrldge 423 N.Si.CUlr- f4-M
challenge the thence run Southerly parallel with Clark County Florida pursuant Mine Is located east of Starke In Bradford I
validity of the Will the as p.r plat thereof recorded In Plat Book
Street a distance of to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, County and the I
52.5 feet Highland Mine ..
qualifications of the more or 3. Page 8, Section 21
6 Melrwtte
P.raonoIR.pr..n.totlv. Township South the fictitious you to wcnh 1W wtth UI
less to North name of WINDSOR located east of
edge of sold Lowtey In
lot 1 of
Block E Cloy County.
venu., or jurisdiction of the Range 22 East Bradford County Florida. MANOR
a distance of under which the This application Ninety
84 feet to of undersigned I. I. being
point beginn processed \
Court. and It further appearing that Defendants ......
SujMtsytdwol ..
engaged In business. loam
ing all being In SE 1/4 of SW Th. present principal and Is available for
1/4 Section public Inspection
NOT Yon Yon and place of business VWonMp _____ 11 am
28, Is located
SO FILLED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Township 6 South Range 22 East. Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine East Laura at 602 during normal business hours 8 00 a.m. I |hr Street, Star.... ---
Florida 5:00
Parcel 32091. to
Three All : ,
: of Lot Six and p.m. Monday through
the Friday "
Publication of this Notice has begunon Warfel cannot be served within the Stat. Therefore, rt;y Youth 730pm..
South 50 feet of no persons Interested In said
Thursday May 31, 1990.PERSONAL Lot Seven of Block One.of of Florida; that It Is not practicable to ..
REPRESENTATIVE HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of serve th.m personally for the'
Wllbert H, Gunt.r Slor...., according to the plat thereof whereabouts or residence of said Defendants .

Star Route I, Box 72 Circuit recorded Court In the office of of the Clerk of the are unknown and Defendants Randall 81tro [ ( l*r of the QI.rrn
Waldo Florida 32694 Bradford County E. Yon Linda J. Yon and Cynthia E. Id 9 !n
Attorney for P.R. Florida, In Plat Book No. 2, page 16. Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Warfel have I 1l1h 11" '
DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER at public sale, to the highest bidder not voluntarily appeared herein; It I. 11'. .,,( 11
for cash In the lobby of the Bradford
TERENCE M. BROWN ".A. therefore s/ '
Post Office Box 40 County Courthouse, In Starke. Florida ORDERED as follows: iii

Star..... Florida 32091-0040 _at 1990.11:00 a.m., on the 7th day of June, 1. Defendants Randall E. Yon. Linda J. rfis1Iy .\ : l f1lluJNn! SEMIS
((904)) 964.8272 5/31 Yon and Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a _
2lchg 67cont. 490 Cynthia .
WITNESS hand and official seal this ..
my Elaine Warfel shall In this ( } .' &>
appear .
8th day of May 1990. causeand ..... ..7 "
NOTICE plead to the complaint filed hereinon
or before June 29, 1990 or In default
Ron Denmark Minl-Storog.will hold
a Clerk of the Circuit Court lB.i5hingtoii.il.<(
public auction of thereof the Court shall proceed toudgem.nf .
Tasher Clerk
By: Dep.
Bin Number 31, belonging to Yolanda FRED H. KENT. Ill provided( for In by this Section cause 16SS to the Title extent 1llhcreas..liiPAST .h : / ;.r/: ,
Wells. Florida Bar No. 327042 United States 20, YI/.h 0nJ'Wk/k wp"a;' $; ;// ,/".,/
Cod. .
as If said Defendants "
Sol. will take place at 2117 North ,/
Kent Ridge 8 Crawford %: /
had been served NATIONAL BANK Of
Temple Starke. processwithin .
Avenye FL 32091 on 225 Water Street. Suite 900 the .
State of Florida.
Saturday Jun. 9. 1990, at 9:00 a.m. Jacksonville Florida 32202 ; 't
2. This order be published In fosr/Y/s/t STAXKK ,'Mr/-q/
5/31 2tchg 6/07; Cont.No.491 ((904)) 358.1000Attorneys a WIOOM. 6arrrfsrsrMtr/)ssrSJss4sjJ'rrJ'yvs /''
newspaper of general circulation In r .
for Plaintiff 5/17 4tchg 6/03 i
Control Number 481 Bradford County. Florida. not less than < '/ir/ ,/ & / ,*,?"' / >/r'_fm/ytn/v/fr/Jw-/rii!''sr/rwy wsdtyrJidfswjswrissr /
once each week for six consecutive /

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH IN THE COUNTY COURT. EIGHTH weeks prior to the return dot. //irfJwMs'ys//r/rAYi/y.wJ,.srY/sr//iw/r/f:jflsrsMWyUJ/>(vrdiv*,'

CIVIL ACTION NO: 89.383-CA CASE NO.:90-191-CC Florida this 1st day of May 1990. ( / ? "''' 'hl n..I/";/w r/n"fl. ,,/

corporation.FN8 PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida OF COMMUNITY STARKE STATE BANK UNITED STATES Harvey MAGISTRATE E.Schleslnger, ,/ ."'''",IN"" ",., 4:, ,JNJJ.( ..I.I ,1"" ;;1I1 rn/w/(1I1m/N ';: 0.J/.I1.

Plaintiff ,/
Plaintiff 3/176tchg6/28:Cont. No.47V
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

Claimants claiming by through underor TO: TRACY M. FOX. Residence CASE NO:90-48-CP
against ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., whoIs Unknown FILE NUMBER: 1-4179
not known to be dead or alive: BAILEY PROBATE DIVISION .
NOTIFIED 'that an action Jin tohereof. '
ADVERTISING: ELZIE S. SANDERS and for damages has been filed against IN RE: THE ESTATE OF: testimony ,:1I1U':Y':7N''k''N'.J'r ''/

SANDRA P. SANDERS. \vlfl.61fd'! 'you; and you or.required to serve a copy ... HUBERT C. ROUSE. r '" ,. ...,. __--. : .-t.B7tb ,,,,,, .
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Defendant R VAL iM pUANCf.._ MFG.i CO.: =t o_:: the hY plaintiff's""""ltI.attorney" defenses whose, if any name to It;and on':'SM| Oef4-4WSrf- NOTICE,::..OF:.%ADMINISTRATION el M**_< wsl f .; -- ...." .,..(!.. .J..' ot... ......". ... :_':.I..,..I..'..\......"\._. ....._ ......._/ # "

AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE address Is: The administration of the Estate of : 22005s
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. HUBERT C. ROUSE deceased Case No. No. /"

an ord.r or a final Judgement of Johnny R. Hobbs Jr.. P.A. 90-48-CP I. pending In the Circuit Court h.. ,I /y"
foreclosure entered In the above- P.O. Box 938 for Bradford County. Florida Probate
captioned action will sell the property Starke, Florida 32091 Division, the address of which Is Bradford -

situated In Bradford County Florida and file the original with the Clerk of County Courthouse, Stark., Florida -
described' as: 32091. I
l the above-stvled; court on or before -

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Holly Suzanne Shields,daughter of 18 02. N.R. BTLS.
Mr and Mrs. Warren Stevenson of
Starke and Bill Shields of Oklahoma, 19 9
has been named to the list of Presi 'U 3 0
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dent's Scholars for her work duringthe PACK ? ; CARTON U CANS
1990 Spring Semester at Florida .c\ ai1+WRLRIirtle ",aa
Southern College.
Holly attained a 4.0 grade point B SQl
average for 17 semester hours in the LARGEST aaba tt's
following courses: calculus ijte
w/analytical geometry, zoology, ALe,LNSNT ,m EUSCHI NATURAL LIGHT
chemistry ((100), psychology as a
natural science, and effective SELECTION 99 1 OTSE IISE
writing. As a biology major who is aoz =s
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interested in studying medicine, she + ,.. 24.1202.CANS 21.1202 CANE
has received the following honors
during her first year at FSC: 4 1jw. }
Dean's List for Fall 1989; .+ t
membership in Phi Eta Sigma,
freshman honorary; and associate
membership in Beta Beta Beta, m '

a biological Holly's summer honorary.plans include a JISB TEACHER SQL 'IMPORTED MEXICO eR'en% 3.49 BEEfEAJI=R FLHSCHMANN5 ,
to Jamaica where she will be LIGHT ALCOHOL 12-120Z'
working with a team doing researchon 17511.99
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the Coral Reef in St. Anne's Bay. PEARL DR LIGHT 1.12OZ.CANS 1.99 >r'9' iA fp1'r LTR. Aft MFR
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New Officers Installed 1199 2O GENESES LIGHT,ALE CANS.29 9 22
W.T. Weeks, UDC :y'If'{ $17453088MLes LTR RED WHITE & BLUE I-JN. 1.79 .'-"' U: 8.99 AFTER REBATE

Mrs. Mildred Weisgerber, president --CS OF 12' OF 6.$125.94 es.OF$131.94 CS.OF 6-$7150
installed new officers for the SebashamCOUNTRV GEYSER HIm.i" .

Weeks 1990-92 Chapter administration United Daughters of the W.T of .gc0ie5b U S HERS 11. WHITE ZINFANDEL I PEAK r 1 C/anpte&. WALKER'S

the Confederacy at a luncheon t SCOTCH 1.5 6.49 SALE RED,WHITE GIN
meeting held ut her home in f SCOTCH LTR. 1 00 Mn BLUSH GIN
90.4) PROOF
Keystone Heights on Monday, May : LII MIATt/
21. New officers are Mrs. J.T. 1499 I 3-- 5 49 AFTER 4 F
Lawson, president; Mrs. George ': 1b 14 I ICS. REBATE 1.5 LTR. 1299 649
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Winkler, vice president; Mrs. .....- CS.OF 38.94 ML ML
Herbert Thomas, recording Cs OF 6.$89.9'4 OF 6 .$89.94 CS.OF 6.529.94 CS 0 F12.$155.88 CS.OF12.$76.95n
secretary; Mrs. Mona Canova, 1
treasurer; and Mrs.Rhoda Dampieras .
registrar I BOMBAY
Mrs. Lawson was in charge of the g y j; \ .Whtte Label: Sark -
and presented her husband .
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Jim, in a humorous reading of ; SCOTCH
a WWII) soldier being selected in the I, 11.L1
draft, how he was enrolled and a r 2599 99 Mr 12.u 9750ML
description of the uniforms which '.'I.I I'. 21 1 lJ ,' :.
came in two sizes: too large or too iJUG< 'WINt'SALI
small, and shoes were so large you -- CS.OF 6.$155.94 CS OF6. 129LTR'.95 'CIIAIUI _. .::_ CS. 6.$76.95 CS.OF 12.$119.88
could turn around twice in them. /' rule RfORGn' YN/ROSE.
They were soon sent to France ands CANADIAN I SALE Gallo 1N.NLNLCXARR LTR. 5.99 VODKA I 1OF I SALE
told to "fire at will" and he said aR a Alnl,,
> S some of the men thought his name zm HARWOOD Carlo Rossi L\=.3.79 TAAJCA ABC 80
was Will Mrs. Lawson read ? '
Southern poetry a poem "Jacket Ball and ofGrey" # W J CANADIAN. Mondavi ==. LTR, 8.99 Nei VODKA 01 VODKAG1H
by Augusta ''
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had the group sing "Maryland MyMaryland" SALE 3
by James Ryder Ran LTR. -2.00 LTH -3.00 KM: Inglenookeor.aNMNF1M1e I LTft. 6.29 MKA
dall, who wrote this song to arouse : REBATE 999 999
the citizens of Maryland to join in '-.==.:. 15!.99 AFTER 52.00 AFTER REBATE ABC cu'HAILIl n nUMHCMUWTIluuKoomo,SAimmf PI"*CHAH.lt WMUM,RHINE f.. LT9R. 4.99 TtiRO A J
the fight with the South.
Mrs. Canova led the singing and CS. OF$107.94 CS.OF 71.50 UMiniscoRiunite :R CS. OF 6.$59.94 CS. OF 6.$59.94

concluded with the song "Dixie" MwiiiiiiT L1TS.5.49
written by a Northerner, Daniel LORD CanadianMist" ABSOLUT TAftKOVVODKA
Orleans in 1861 as a minstrel show 5
and it was so popular it soon becamethe N 1.75 12.99 SALE 750 6.29 SALE Moet&Chandonr ft 18.99 Drambuie SCOTCH 750 19.99
South's national song. ML MFR LIQUEUR ML +
A delicious luncheon was served -2.00 KUTE "" 750I 2199
Southern Comfort 80 6.99
by the hostess preceding the I 10.99MFR 4 TOR Korbel ,TO ft 9.99TostiAstiSpumante ML 649LTR..
meeting. Guests presented besides ..A 7 REBATE
Mr. Lawson were Mrs. Blanche Otto ft 6.99 Grand MarnierHarvey's M 21.99 CS.OF$131.94 CS.OF 77.88
es.OF 6.$77.94 CS.OF 12-$75.48
Mrs. Louise Baker and Mrs. Emma BRISTOL
750" ..
Frelxenet c-Tr ft 5.99 99 .
Jean Campeljohn. -- CREAM ML I.

Seagram'sV.O. PREMIUM CANADIAN 86.3 I Gold Seal VSSf ft 8.99 Bartles & Jaymes PK/+ 2.99 C7umo. DERflKH 80 PROOF
Long-Time TeacherBill BOTTLENOTTHETHEPREOTTH -DomPengnonWMfTI1 ft, 69.99 E & J Brandy ZTR 14.99 VODKAIn"

Costello Sr.p a nm. 799B 629 Cook's >;r ft 4.99 Courvoisier VS 7M5i 15.99 :: I99 ITS
750 ML 01 LTR MLCSOF12.$95.88
Succumbs to IlnessMr. ) CS.OF 12 7505M8 Beccaro Asti Spunlan. ft 8.49_ AmarettO SARONNO ff 14.99 eS.OF6.$89.94 CS.OF12.$131.88I

morning. Bill May E. Costello 29. died Tuesday BOURBONS: 1 : I & BLENDS I IMPORTEffWINE I SALE ; -.;CALIFORNIA WINK SALI Stolichnaya P o rro"dlM -

He is survived by his wife Jane; Bolla IOAVI vuraiKEiu IMOOUWI 750 4.69 Beaulieu CAI::B UYIGNNI I ML 8.99 80 VODKA 800 VODKABEAM
"Buzzy1' KESSLER ML 730 10.99
his son, William ; his CHAROONHAV BRIE
daughter Stella Jane Poore; hisgrandchildren BLEND .. Mouton Cadet Mew '? 5.99 Sebastian! u WMOU1s! ft 4.29 ML150 REUII MfR
Michael, Billy and wNrtE" 49
Daniel Whittington and of his Charleston sister, Pauline, S.C. C. ITS ITB 12.69 SALE J.v.HA'SSfSS"' B? 10.99 Beringer UN":!A.:EEL: ft 5.99 9/10 AFTER RESAlE 6 LTR

Honoring his wishes, private I -2.00 REMTl ay_ r '(riot.St.JeanuuMWNAtft 12.99Kcnda CS OF 12.$131.88 CS.OF 12.$77..88MANAGER'S
services for the 1399 Bf 14.99
graveside family 10.69 J.V.Pouilly Fugue
were held Wednesday morning. ; ;;.I REBATE WaduoB i'ffift 11.99 I SPECIALS I
CS.OF&$81 5 es.OF6.$76.14TE ILCardoBRSffiilS 14.49
Mr. Costello's wishes were that In- -L =' J
stead of flowers or memorials, some 0iatewde Sales .700. 19.49 Glen Ellen J SS., M-c 4.%9 \MPORTEOXD
special kindness for some child or DILoD :
student in need be done in honoring ''I1V14 Ir-1flAOO i mt Parducci ft 8.49Sebastian MCKICANA:
his memory. JWVUU Ju.Me'unauh M 19.99Lancer's COFFEE
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RUMMAGE & 1 999 ML ladot Y.LAGE. ML7so Beaulieu SAUVIGNON ft 7.49 ML '
1 1Saturday 750 MLCS.OF12$131.88 *Trlmbach 'IHfIlINQ AWU 'IASOi 8.99 CS.OF 12.$164.95 CS.OF 6 71.94
BAKE SALE CS.OF12.$119.88 Oiat.SI.Michelle w,ft 8.99.

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90 PRr BOURBON Valckenbergu a. Louis Martini WAWCL 5.49 ORIQINAL SPICED KUlHM99

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pound. One quote was as high as $80 that do well as far south as Cape Blueberry pick-your-own farms
per flat for the earliest berries when Canaveral, Bradenlnn and Sarasota. offer {K'HKl profit potentials in areas
picking first started. Well planned und well managed where markets are not saturated.
"This is by far the best year here, blueheiry fal'l1sIn he guile| pro- iruwurs must have sufficient
so far," said VanDeMark, who has fitable in Florida. Site selection and resources to survive the first three
markets all over, including Dallas, cultural prnccdm, as well as years when costs are high and
New York City, Kansas Cily and variety of berry planted and returns are low.
Kurope. marketing methods will affect yield.
"I can have berries in Milan Blueberries require acid soil and
before I can get them to New York," soil that is well drained but not excessively 1 1o'1..rila, blueberry growers have along
he says. "One day service to drained. They have few insect IIMIketinu season because Iwoililfi'iciit
Europe" ur disease problems except fur types of blueberries are
Berries come in to Starke in the 1'lIlIt'ol, which is more severe on wet. 141 own in the slate. One variety
morning, leave Jacksonville by airfreight or (poorly\ drained soils. ripens three weeks before the other
in the evening and are in Blueberries do have to be irrigated The early harvest brings the best
Europe before the next morning. so a lighter, loamy soil may prices, but is beset by inure produc-
VanDeMark has buying centers he preferable. And pumping from IH.n. problems. The later harvest
open in Haines City and Starke and deep wells from limerock formations which l>ctiiis! in June is !greeted by
as berries ripen further north, will may affect the acidity of the niiifli lower prices and worsening
eV move to Alma, Ga. and on to soil,so care should be taken to mum harvesting .
Michigan.The lain I the proper acidity (from pll :3.5
berries matured about three lo pll 5 2). weather.A
weeks early here due to the warm lli lil>ush varieties are generally
r spring weather we have had this spaced 4 feet within rows and 10 feet
year, and local growers are reaping between rows. Kabbileye varieties
Ihe l benefit of early higher prices. arc spaced six feet in rows 12 feel
The first berries on the world wide. SPECIALTHANKS
... .. market are the early Florida ones, Kabhiteye cultivars require cross-
a rl.
and so command exceptional high pollination between different
prices.There. cultivars for acceptable yield. A
are less than 10 acres of minimum of two varieties that
blueberries in Bradford County,said bloom together must be planted In-
Bobb Agriculture Exten- terspaced in rows. Higher yields can To all who have
sion Agent, and no sizeable patches, be obtained if Aliceblue, Beckyblue,
but neighboring counties, par- Bonita and Climax cultivars are all done business
b. r ylMyr h P ILMY ticularly eastern Alachua county planted together for cross- with us at Florida
around Earlton and Putnam County p have some larger plantings.According Planting blueberries is expensive. Pest Control in
to the Institute of Food Irrigation may cost $1,000 per acre,
From left Ann CadboU and Doyle Sullivan both of Keyctona Height,spent Tuesday morning picking blueberrle at the und Agricultural Sciences blueberry $1,500 For purchase of plants, and Starke for the past
Lamp of JMIM Minbtrle U-Pfck Blueberry Farm Jiut off SR-100.Sullivan said she wee the berries to make cake and arrcage in Florida has nearly doubl- $500 to $1,000 per acre for soil seven ((7) years.
pie with and thus year.be b going to try making Blueberry Italian Ice. ed since 1985.The strong demand for organic additives, and mulch.
early-season blueberries is sited as Maintenance for weed control for
I lie cause. the second through the fifth year As of June 1, 1990,
This Year's Blueberry Season VanDeMark draws berries from could exceed $600 per year.
surrounding counties in a 50 or 60 After the fifth year average yields we will no longerbe
mile radius, from as far as Ocula, for highbush varieties range from employed by
Lake City, liilurlacheii and) I'aluiku.IVixluclioa 2,000 lo 4,000 pounds per acre.
Could Be One of Area's BestBy Average yield for rabbiteye Florida Pest

Kcvicw... varieties after the fifth year range Control.Thank .
Cr,114,000 to 6,000 pounds per acre.
Joe GUsy Michigan,and local growers arc Retting Sliirko, the center of the blueberry Arrnrding 'Io' informal published 1'eok{lo'riliifliiiii may not be realized
BCT Staff Writer advantage of the early gUIld ..'arl.C"I't Ibis area. "The volume is l)y WAS blueberries are well mini i le lith "r tat er years, but with You.
The blueberry crop is ripening prices, he says. r.'nlt"lId., ) adapted and produce high yields IIIUIMT pinning, feiiilmng.. insect Frank Sheffield Jr.
early this year in north central "The market is high," says J.K. W.iiMWTiglil or VanDeMark would from Ocala north into Georgia. .+nl .lt"case c"ntrut l and weed con-
Florida, says Ray VanDeMark, ofM.B.G Wainwright operator of I the jiiiiiu <1,0, prices being paid, but other Some cultivars are avuiliihlo, (particularly 11'.1.I ,a I (il.miinn' liMY stay productive Frank Sheffield Sr.
Marketing, Grand Junction, Farmers M .rketon U.S. 301 nurtliuf ,ota'ceb peg (he price lit about$3 per the high bush varieties, 111.111 'eal's. :;

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Mark D. Williams, 34, was ar- Christine Doye Booth, 40, of J..o"n-Ita Dawn Fowler, 28 of tempted to elude, according to Lt. Richard Carter, 61, was arrested
News Briefsby rested May 26 for spouse battery,ac- Gainesville was arrested May 26 on Keystone Heights was arrested May Winston Barber. Kelly was addi- May 24 for DUI, according to
cording to Deputy Pat Henry. He a capias for violation of probationfor 26 for DUI, according to Troojxr: tionally charged on a warrant for Trooper Dean. .
was released after a $500 surety worthless check to violation of .
according Donald Dean.Fowler's:blood alcohol probation.Kirk
Carolyn Lava. bond was posted. Randall E. Vantassel, 26, was arrested -
Deputy Thrift. She was released content was .17 percent. Bond was wilful- .
BCT Staff Writer after $120 cash bond was posted. set at$500, she was released on her Slade,30,of Green Cove Spr- May 24 for DWLS Bond
Starke Man Jimmy Lee Broking, 23, was ar- own recognizance.Roy ings was arrested May 26 for NVDL, wanton reckless driving. was
Charged rested May 27 for retail theft, Ruby Smith Hines, 43, was ar- according to Patrolman Jerry set at $500, he was released on his
With ChildA resisting without violence, according Carter, 68, was a>rested May recognizance.
Raping rested May 25 for three counts of Feltner. Slade was additionally own
to Patrolmen Belcher and worthless check, according Lt. 26 for DUI, according to Trooper D. charged on a capias with possessionof Sheryl Reek, 24, of Clay Countywas
18-year-old Starke man was Lyons. Bond was set at$775, he was Aderholt. She was released after a W. Wright. Bond was set at $500, he cannabis from Busnell. arrested May 24 for DUI,accor-
charged May 26 with sexual battery released was released, on his own
on his own recognizance.Ida to Trooper Dean. Bond was set
after issued for his $500 surety bond and $150 cash was Edmando Polo of Im- ding
a capias was ar posted. recognizance.. Lopez, at$500,she was released on her own
t rest.Mark Mae Pinkney,44,was arrested Walter Arthur Alvarez,58,was ar- mokalee was arrested May 29 for recognizance.Sean .
I Dewayne King of 209 St. May 28 for aggravated assault, ac- Traffic rested May 27 for DUI (fourth offense DWLS, according to Patrolman
Clair Street allegedly fondled a six- cording to Patrolman Belcher. She ) and no valid driver's license Wilkinson. Parker, 25, was arrested
Green arrested
David Lee ,27,
child and made the child
year-old was released after a $1,000 surety influence (NVDL), according to Trooper May 22 for DWLS. Bond was set at
perform oral sex upon him accor- bond was posted. May 26 for driving under Dean. Bond was set at $750, he was Gurnie Lee Jernigan, 39, was arrested .
ding to Lt. David A. Aderholt. King (DUD), driving while license May 24 for DWLS,according $215.25.David
(DWLS according to released on his own recognizance. WIlliams 21,of Duvalwas
was charged with sexual battery Douglas Westbrook, 39 of North suspended ) to Patrolman Strickland. Alan
upon a child under the of 12 and Carolina Chief John Hodges. Bond was set at arrested May 27 for DWLS, ac-
age was arrested May 25 for Kirk Travis Kelly, 33, was ar- Maria M. 39, of was
two counts of lewd assault or In public drunkeness $715.25 he was released on his own Harvey cording to Sgt. David Goodner. He
upon according to rested 26 for DWLS
May wilful-
the recognizance. arrested May 24 for DUI, accordingto released after a $215.25 cash
presence of a child. The capiaswas Patrolman Wilkinson. wanton reckless driving, fleeing at- Dean. was
a result of an Investigation by bond was posted.
the Bradford County Sheriff's "
Department following a reportedDec.
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52-year-old Tampa man drowned
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Richard Thomas Butchsko was -
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time of the accident. His body was
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Bradford CountyThe

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according to Deputy Bob
.iiGrath. Stewart war released on
his own recognizance ordered to
stay away from ,oe Inn and
the victim, violate no laws.

Charles Woods, 27, was arrested _
May 24 for aggravated battery, battery _
,according to Patrolman Wayne .'_',,,_I CT-i-
Wilkinson. Woods was released on 'L ; : ; :,
his own recognizance! ?ordered to'mrfj,
stay from the Victim. ;

Kerry Harry Fisher was arrested
May 24 for three counts of violation
/ of probation.Bond was set at$6,000.

Jeramy David Hart, 18, was ar-
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John Wayne Koontz, 40, of
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William Norman Suggs, 46, was '
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drug paraphernalia, delivery of I s s
drug paraphernalia, according to I 1 1a I I a
Deputy Danny Thrift and Lt. David

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arrested May 21 for battery, !
discharging a firearm In public, I FRIED CHICKEN ;: 00'
principal in first degree, person
engaged in criminal offense having -ARECEfwsT11EANRtlEDDIfaiER PACK I
weapon, according to Patrolman CHK3CDIjtcnT
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consume any alcohol unless Bradford Traffic $500 essay and dismiss. Christian H. Schaible pled guilt\
Docket Day... prescribed by a medical doctor. Sharon Louise Norton chargedwith DUI; fined$333.50 license suspended -
News Briefsby Nathan Eugene Harrington Alfred Lee Griffin charged with Court FinalsThe driving under influence (DUI; six months,attend DUI school,at-
charged with grand theft; dismissed. robberyandburglary of dwelling; following defendants appeared has completed DUI school, ten M meetings J Trt County super-
Mind not guilty VOCC, ordered to before Judge George H. fined$437.50, license suspended six vision nine mo UIII:
Carolyn Eiv> remain on same community control. Pierce 15 in Bradford County months, attend DUI school, 50 hour Michael H. Shewmaker pled guilty
BCT SUH WrR.rCircuit Kenneth R. Pressley charged with Anthony Beard Tyson pled no con- Traffic May Court where their cases community work,Tri coBunty super DWLS; waived fine and costa.
principal to grand theft; dismissed. test violation and was ordered to received vision one year. Shewmaker pled guilty DUI;fined
Vera Green Rogers charged with spend one year in the Restitution disposition. Norton charged with Impropertag $1,225, licnese suspended ten years,
Court aggravated Ronald R.battery Barosse; dismissed.charged with Center. Laurel C. Alvarez pled guilty ex- open container; dismissed. 30 days in Jail credit for four days,
Christopher Redding pled guilty Tri County spervlon for payment one
14 FinalsThe burglary and assault pled guilty to of Plea pirec tag; paid $120.25 fine. work.
May lesser In- Change Alvarez charged with unlawful DWLS; fined $120.25. year 100 hours community
burglary of a structure (a
Charles David Wells charged with Rita Stepheny pled guilty NVDL; Shewmaker charged with Im-
following defendants ap- cluded offense); ordered to make speed; paid$56 court costs and is at-
peared before Judge James Tomlinson restitution, $150.Violation possession of cocaine driving while tending defensive driving school. present valid license for dismissal. proper tag; dismissed.
pled contest Clyde Sumner charged with no John M. Stapleton pled guilty
in Bradford Circuit Court May 14 license suspended; no Stoney Ray Batten charged with
where their cases received final of Community possession, placed on one year pro- improper tag; present valid tag, mobile home tag; presented valid DWLS; fined 146.50 Tri County
disposition. bation. DWLS dismissed. ,. '. dismissed tag, dismissed. supervision six months, vilate no
Control Hearing... Sterling Ross Peugh pled guilty Eloise H. Butler pled guilty allow Perry Louis Keaton pled guilty laws.
Deverne Aaron charged with sale Robert Olin Fulgham chargedwith trespass of occupied structure ing auauthorized minor to drive; $52 DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County Stapleton careless
\ of cocaine placed on two com- dealing in stolen property, con- (lesser Included qffense), make court costs. supervision 60 days. driving; costs suspended.Misdemeanor
munity control; with special years condi- tinue on same conditions, alcohol restitution $100, one'year probationwith Ellsha Marie Norman pled guiltyno Joesph Patton Linton pled guilty Court
tions. treatment BUGC, ordered not to special conditions. '\ valid drivers licnese (NVDL); DUI; fined $437.50. Arraignment

') t.... Leslie Ann DeSue pled guilty bat-
tery; she months court probation,
t l stay awpy from. victim, pay $52
court costA. -'
Kathy T. Early charged with Issu-
.* e .M ing worthless check Winn Dixie;
-..: .' QUANTITY RIGHTS { restitutlo made, pay$52 court costs.

tl.s.CHOKE J \ wiNl..a-RESERVED,.-....,.....,.-.... l / 1 Donna Jean Frey pled guilty Issu-
M r ing worthless chekc Wal-Mart; show
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. proof of restitution by 6-7 and pay
"" MAY 31 worthless check Winn Dixie;
make restitution, pay $25 ad-
ministrative costs.
Tammie Griffis charged with Issu-
1N r> 4 w ing worthless chekc Winn Dixie;
restitution has been made, pay $52
court costs.
YOUNG-N-TENDER Judy G. JOnes charged with Issu-

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF W-D SPECIAL TRIM BONELESS & SKINLESS ing ministrative worthless restitution costs.checkpresented, ;pay $25 proofof ad-

Bruce Moore pled guilty battery;
WHOLE FRYER $52 court costs, Tri County supervi-
sion 60 days, 50 hours communitywork.

CHUCK ROAST SMOKED Moore. a second charge of battery
HAMS BREAST pled guilty; costs waived.
Barbara Ann Motter pled guilty
suing worthless check Winn Dixie;
restitution made,pay $52 court costs

$ for battery dismissal.Ben Herman; pay. $52 Nelson court pled costs guilty, Tri

7 STOREBONELESS $ County supervision six months,
violate no laws,seek employment.
HOURS Bobby Newman charged with bat-
9' $290 tery; dismissed.
8 A.M. Janice H.Potell charged with issuing -

TIL L dismissed.worthless chekc Winn Dixie;

11 P.M. Felicia Reaves charged with issu-
ing worthless chekc; presented proof
FREE of restitution and pay $25 costs.
LBN L Kathleen Burdick Ricks charged
LB. with criminal mischief; dismissed.
Frank James Savko charged with
X197 HICKORY SWEETBONELESS YOUNQ-N-TENDER GRADE 'A' resisting arrest without violecne;

CHUCK STEAK . LB. HAMS LB. $237 FRYER BREAST . LB. $1 67 dismissed.
Savko pled guilty loitering prowl-
Ing; $52 court costs.
Linda Young charged with bat-

NNII..NNIN....00 Nr- WHlh"" FRANKS or BEEF Comm- Change of Plea
CHEESE BOLOGNAPIMENTO PATTIES Stale Mark Davis pled guilty harrass-

..,::. N1an .... .. ..,. Bank ing telephone calls;fined$137.50,Tri
I $ .- it -"'" .... of Stark{ "!rwSw "County''Supervision r'60' days-contffl -
,, ;; ,#3.- ... ,
o ": o L..l gge ._ $399' THESE SERVICES AVAILABLLEL.; (wRA. .: iilecutive; set restitution; hearing
PKGS. 12-oz. '-LB. bHeokrng" 'S5&frav.lat'eCliecWiV "'1Ic' "BXtaEithin 30 days If needed..;' 'V '- II
PKG. BOX Savings Account Credit Card Applications Davis pled guilty'har sslng'telephone
3V.-LB, a DOWN Loan Applications Money Orders calls; pay $52 court costs.
Certificates of Deposit Night Depository Davis pled guilty harrassing
LEAN MEATY $1'8 BACON ENDS $199 FARMERS CHOICE $ 49 Money Market Accounts Notary Public/ telephone calls; pay$52.
PORK SPARERIBS! u & PIECES . siz E GROUND TURKEY 2 Ll 1 HOURS Davis charged with nine addi-
: tional charges of harrassing

PORK, ti 780 W-D SPICED $199 FARM FRESH RAISED SALMON99| THORS- & FRI. 9 a m 4 p:m: BankW'/ telephone marijuana calls; dismissed.and one possession of

SPARERIBS . LUNCHEON . U STEAKS . u t SATURDAY 8 am-2pm, Robert Earl Simmons pled guilty
ALL VARIETIES disordelry intoxication; sentencedto
TURKEY W-D CHIPPED DELTA PRIDE -aBSF* jail one day, credit for time servo

NECKS or WINGS ItJt$580 MEATS . . 2r Ka 39C CATFISH NUGGETS u $249 ed.Albert Odell Smith charged with
resisting arrest without violence;
HARVEST Tri County Probation to pay $111.25.

d A Low PRICE f f LOW, PRICE LOW Continue License,

'- i_ PRICEPRODUCE Vehicle Inspections

LL a Bradford CountyThe

Florida Highway Patrol will
I 1 I s 1 I Nature makes the produce. be conducting driver license and
vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
1 I ing the week of June 1 through June
1 HARVEST FRESH 7 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
SR.IS, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
BROCCOLI or CR225, CR-125. CR-229, CR-231,
AULIFLOWER.iK CR-227, CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
ORANGE JUICE in Bradford County.Recognizing .
the danger presentedto
HALF $99GAL. the public by defective vehicle
88C equipment, Troopers will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being
BUNCH operated with defects such as bad ..
brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to drivers
HARVEST' FRESH who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida. 1
PEACHES The Patrol has found these checkpoints ;
PRE-PRICED 890 SAUSAGE. COMBO or PEPPERONI to be an effective means of en-
SUPERBRANDDRINKING PARKAYSQUEEZE forcing the equipment and driver :
Itu.ITL. 66cPOX 69 c C license laws of Florida while insuring t
. . . AS;*, 5 9 protection of all motorists.
SUPERBRANDCOTTAGE $125 BANdUET 4 $ 29 LB. Union County .

2 CHEESE *IUI POT PIES . O sZZ E 1 The Florida Highway Patrol will ;'
be conducting driver license and
Ili .. GAL. or GOLDEN vehicle inspection checkpoints during .
eTLS. $289 2 $100 the week of June 1 through June :
ALL VARIETIES SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,

VALUE MICROWAVE PACK $2 49 BREAKSTONEI .. $-27 TYESON CHIC 2 $ 00 / 796A CR-125 in,Union CR-231A County., CR-24A and CR- i.


Presents f ," WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. iDiv. 5 9 Florida Vessels !

uU Fielder Of-y-#: ...,. LB. Must Register !
41/50-CT. Before June 30
"_N.N rN.M..NMMM.r.M.. G.IM:',IwM.':::=.Ne.N.e.IN:=::..: MEDIUM HEADLESS FRESH IMPORT i
of Natural
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/I'I.\vF.R-ORTIYICATF.\\'mlF.VF.RY' LETTUCE and Registration reminds boat
M._' owners that all Florida vessel
F ISN ERMAN Sill 19C All vessel owners who Intend to
Bath Towel :!2.!!::: I _ARF_ CABBAGE. Ll operate their pleasure craft or commercial
HandT fyto e"'l. FRESH SEAFOOD Ltt LB. vessels*between June I,1990 i
II EXTRA LARGE CRIMSON and June 30, 1991 are required to
waahCtoth gg ORANGE ROUGHY $ 99 SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $299.. register their vessels at their county
King Size o0 II $399 WATERMELON ELL tax collector's office prior to July: 15.
_;wN r -... FILLETS . . La . La Most counties will be mailing
renewal applications to vessel I
owners. Those who do not receive a
renewal notice by mall may register
their vessels by taking their current I
Thanks for Shopping Winn-Dixie. certificates of registration and the

appropriate lector s office.Operating fee. to the county tax col- ;.

: ; : .; : ., : / : : ":: :" ; :. "'": .. .: ;-'-;-; ; registration a is vessel a noncriminal with an expired violation S S

punishable by a fine of $35.


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and lounge areas.
Windsor Manor, Brooks said willbe
which means it
skilled facility
Horler Named FSP will offer physical, occupational,
: : and speech therapy, depending on
the needs of residents.The .
facility will also be a
Employee of the Year Medicare and Medicaid facility as
well as a private pay facility
Brooks said she will not know how
by Sue Ellen Smith
bill for
much Windsor Manor will pa-
BCT Staff Writer tients until HRS inspects the facility
Florida State Prison Administrative rm and estimates what it can charge
Secretary Rhonda j based on operational costs.
Horler has been named FSP The new home has so far
Employee of the Year. Horler was 1 fi employed about 90 people. Brooks
nominated for the honor by FSP e h.f fiiti.. said that so far they have hired
employees and selected over other 4 to with.
: enough employees open
nominees by a special committee. .rii> atir.j + Brooks, who has been with Ad-
Horler has worked in the Depart- vocare, Inc. for three years, was the
ment of Corrections for nearly 13 director of Human Services for the
years. Her first position with the p City of Jacksonville before joining
department was that of clerk typistfor k Advocare. She has a master's
Baker Correctional Institution. "r t' ..._ degree in/human services from the

Over moted the into years positions she has at Union been Correctional pro- From left,James Ijill llUd-Jo Hall,owner of Windsor From left, Dolor Doyce, director of nursing, and' Barbara; University .of North in Jacksonville Florida.
Although now living
Institution as well as FSP. Manor. Brook,administrator of Windsor Manor.
...- she will relocate to Starke soon, she
She nominated and chosen <
was as
Employee of the Year for her efficiency Rhonda Horler New Nursing Home Holds Open House said."We're just really happy to be in -
organizational abiltiies,willingness the community and look forward to
to accept new challenges in and the Affirmative Action Commit working with the folks in Starke,"
her position, and willingness to con tee.Horler by Sue Ellen SmithBCT and Jim Hall of Pensacola-based Ad- Brooks said the facility the se- Brooks said.Windsor ,
tribute time and effort to community is also a forensic artist with Staff Wrlt.r vocare, Inc., is slated to open cond nursing home to open in Starke,
activities. the Department of Corrections, and About 200 people attended the open sometime this month, pending an in- now has enough resident applica- Manor will be the seventh
This year Horler organized the she has used her expertise in the house of Windsor Manor, the new, spection by Health and tions to open. nursing home operated by Ad-
FSP Annual Halloween event which field for the Bradford County 120-bed nursing home located on Rehabilitative Services, Windsor The home includes private and vocare, Inc. Other locations of Ad-
required after duty work on her part Sheriff's Department and the SR-100 and Laura Street in Starke. Manor Administrator Barbara semi-private rooms, a dining room, vocare homes Include Pensacola,
for a month. She also organized last Florida Department of Law En- The nursing home, owned by Jo Brooks said. an outdoor courtyard, and activity Gulf Breeze and Sarasota.
year's Christmas and Thanksgiving forcement.
luncheons. She is currently the Horler lives in Lake Butler with
treasurer of the FSP EmployeesClub her husband, Jim, and their four
as well as a member of the children, Matthew, Gwyn,Erica and
Employee Assistance Committee Stefanie.


I Sapp Named Correctional

Officer of the Year at FSPby 1

Sue Ellen Smith
BCT Staff Wrttar -
A special committee of Florida
State Prison employees has selected
Correctional Officer Sgt. Joey Sapp
as FSP Correctional Officer of the
Year Sapp was nominated for the aR
honor along with other nominees by
!KSP employees.A .
Department of Corrections
employee for more than 14 years,
Sapp worked at Union Correctional
Institution for 11 years before being
promoted to his current position at
!KSP three years ago.
Sapp is assigned as Disciplinary
Squad Supervisor at the prison's O
Unit and according to Assistant -. --.
Superintendent, O Unit, R.G. Joey Sapp
Williams, has performed outstan-
dingly since his assignment to the
position in August of 1987. the reasons Sapp was chosen Correctional .
'Sgt. Sapp's responsibilties are Officer of the Year.
varied and he is able to coordinate Sapp is very active in the prison's
several routine tasks at the same extra activities and is especially ac-
time by supervising many inmates tive in FSP's Employee Club. He is
to achieve the results expected by also a member of FSP's Pistol Team
(the administration," Williams wrotein and competes in the Master Class.
a Department of Corrections in- He is currently training, along with
teroffice memorandum. "He completes the team, for the June Police Olym-
these assignments with very pics to be held )jn Daytona. ,+,
little supervision and accepts con- He has also successfully completed -
structive criticism without sacrific- eight career development'
ing the positive attitude he displays courses which have enhanced his
every day." knowledge of not only security but
Professionalism both on and off total institutional operations.
(the job and willingness to be involved Sapp and his wife, Lisa, live in
in daily operational activities of Lawtey with their two sons, Brian
I Ihe institution were sited as some of and Jared.

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been selected by the National College -
of District Attorneys to serve as
a Faculty Advisor at its 17th Annual Ni $ rj
Executive Prosecutor Course in ?fl,s c a
Houston. Texas, May 31 thru June
Over 80 elected and appointed pro-
secuting attorneys and Chief I
Assistants from around the country
will participate in the course this
year. These 1t
policymaking pro- a t
secutors will hear lectures, share
ideas and discuss ways to improve .
the effectiveness of their offices in :,.,, ;.'"'Lt .
prosecuting criminals.: Subjects -'. I
studied will include the prosecutor's k' ,./ 'I \
discretion in charging crimes,office I. 'k 1J' 1
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The College, founded in 1970 and secutors, plus over 20 short courseson '. .... ... ,,ftjl < '
located at the University of Houston, specialized subjects such as 1 ''itA', .':.)"; : ?
provides continuing legal education violent crime and trial skills. I .., ,',', : ; _
to attorneys in local, state, federal The College Is sponsored by the _. L ,,
and military prosecutors' offices. American Bar Association, the National
Courses offered include annual sum District Attorneys Association BU... Junior's Into
In ..
mer sessions of both the Executive The American College of Trial Outstanding Quilting.
Prosecutor Course and the Career Lawyers and the International Named by local leaden and approved by Gateway Council these adult Clrl Junior Troop 31 proudly dbplay their banging quilt.The quilt was a blue
Prosecutor Course for assistant pro- Academy of Trial Lawyers. ScouU: were recognized the annual meeting for their continuing dedication ribbon winner at the Bradford County Fair.
to_aClnS'" Bradford Union Neighborhood. I\lceClns'Weelkiy at Hampton Elementary School the scouts are,from left
Left to right,Laurie MulUiu,Outstanding Volunteer, Mary Looney and Bobbl back) Leader Lora Douglas,Jenny Johnson,Carrie Meng Mellor Kjle.
Howell,OuUtandlng Leaden and Carolyn Eaves,Outstanding Volunteer. Back: )Susan Parmenter,Amanda Rowland,Amanda Meng April Scogglns.



Residential Custom Homes D. McGrawMr. Florida General Linen Service, Medical Center, Gainesville, follow- Mary E. LyonsMrs.
Jacksonville. ing a brief illness. Born in
John Douglas McGraw 80, of
Survivors include his wife, McKeesport, Penn., Mr. Halas mov- Mary Willa Underwood
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Remodeling Roofing Lyons, 68, of Starke died Wednesday
Thelma McGraw of
May 26, in Riverside Hospital, Keystone ed to this area in 1982 from Boca
May 23, in Alachua General
Jacksonville, following a long il- Heights; one daughter, Sharon Raton, Fla. He was a retired proprietor -
Jones of Keystone Heights; two of a gas company in Akron, Hospital, Gainesville, following a
lness. Born in Quitman, Ga., Mr.
FHA long illness. Born in Fairview, W.
FINANCING AVAILABLEJames McGraw moved to Keystone Heights brothers, Wyman McGraw of Ohio and was of the Episcopal faith.
Valdosta, Ga. and Howell McGrawof Survivors include his daughter, Virginia, Mrs. Lyons moved to
from Jacksonville where he hart liv-
Trowell Starke in 1956 from West .
Moultrie, Ga.; two grandchildrenand Nancy Council of Keystone Heights; Virginia.She
ed for 50 years. He was a member of
four great grandchildren. two brothers, Joseph Halas of Red was the owner/operator of
STARKE Friendship Bible Church of
Underwood Motel, Starke, and
Rt. 2, Box 98 Lake Butler Keystone Heights; was a retired Funeral services for Mr. McGraw Bluff, Calif. and Stephen Halas of N. of the Methodist faith.
Lake Butler 964-2088 496-3832 salesman, 45 years of service, from were held at 11 a.m. in FriendshipBible Huntington, Pa.; two sisters, Anne Survivors include her husband,
Sherman of Pa. and
Church on Tuesday, May 29,
Ross M. Lyons of Starke; one
Mary Mason of Dravosburg, Pa.;
with Rev. Thomas Bowden and Rev.
daughter Anne B. Hendrix of Trenton
three grandchildren and three great
Mark Woods officiating. Burial was grandchildren. ; two sons, Thomas B. Buby of
in Keystone Heights Cemetery Gainesville and Bill Buby of Starke;
under the direction of Funeral one sister, Sarah Underwood of Me-
[lli1lJ! LlJIID Home of Keystone Heights. Cungie, Pa. and six grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr. Halas Funeral services for Mrs. Lyons
will be held at a later date. Burial were held at graveside Crosby Lake
E. Halas
George will be at a later date in Mt. Vernon Cemetery,at 11 a.m. Saturday, May
Mr. George Edward Halas, 81, of Cemetery, Elizabeth, Pa. Jones 26, with Rev Gene Bass officiating.
1J @]JJ cmJ vtci Keystone Heights died Thursday Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas Jones Funeral Home of Starke was
May 24, in North Florida Regional in charge of arrangements. in charge of arrangements.

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iI I Produce ,Stands to US-301

by Sue Ellen Smith stand customers are mostly tourists "We love fresh fruit 'and
ICT Staff Writer from'the North who buy fresh pro- vegetables," Irons said.
As usual spring has brought a duce to take home with them. Most And both are'very picky about just
bumper,crop of fruit and vegetable Stand owners, he said,know that. what stands they stop at.
stands to US-S01. "But there's still a few fools on the "I like to stop at the nicerlookingstands
All along the sides of the highway other side," Thornton said. ," Irons said. "Some of the
sellers have set up their stands and Deron Eunice, who helps operatehis stands are little and scrawny. like
dotted the shoulders of the road with family's stand located north of to stop when you can see something
bright signs that read strawberries, Lawtey agrees with Thornton. before you pass it. And advertisingis
tomatoes, fresh produce and very "Most people would rather get important."
often poatoes.; cantalops. (none of their stuff going north because most Sandy Straussman of Sarasota
\\i\ them ever said they were great of them are tourists," Eunice said. agrees that good roadside advertis-
: \ spellers). Not all tourists stopping at the ing is vital for fruit and vegetable
', ( \ ) 1 But you won't find many stands, stands on their way north are nor- stands. Straussman, who stops at
set up near the southbound lanes of therners, however. Some are Lela's Farm Fresh Market
the highway.Setting up a stand next Florida residents stocking up on whenever she travels north, said it
{ to the southbound lanes can be fruit fresh Florida produce to take to nor- was advertising that led her to / \
""J and vegetable stand suicide, accor thern relatives and friends. Lela's. X
ding to stand owner Owen Thornton Meryl Kiminsky and her daughter "She advertises well,"
Thornton has owned and operated Dianne Irons, both of Fort Myers, Straussman said. "You know Just
) .... his stand next to the northbound are two such tourists. The two stop- what you can get. You can come i
..' V JII1tat lanes of the highway near Lawley ped at the Eunice fruit and here and buy everything instead of '
.........- .., for almost 17 years. vegetable stand to buy fresh fruit stopping at one place and then
-'" "I wouldn't be on the other side," and corn to take to Kimlnsky's
. Xtarfwky.left and her daughter;..::Iron check oat the produce at Eunice'.produce stand on US-301.t Thornton said. "This is the only side rnnl her In Virolnln see Stand page lOB
that docs any business." 1
Thornton said fruit and vegetable
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Live Band Every Fri.-Sat. Nite
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& Wed. Nite May 30th 7 190 W. Main Street Lake Butler 496-2564

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Lynn Murrow,daughter of would not have been possible. They
Tommy and Shawna Murrow of are: Moring Funeral Home of
Starke, will compete in the Miss Melrose, Archie Tanner Funeral
America Pre-teen pageant to be held Home of Starke, Orian Wells -LADIES NIGHT :.
July 27 and 28 at the Hyatt Regency Chevrolet Oldsmobile of Starke, s< S < ):: 1 1 'y
Hotel In Tampa.Shanda Lynn is the Leta's Styling Center of Starke, :. <) t 1\jn': @11Can I, ,<: 3
only girl selected to compete in the Western Steer Family Steak Houseof TuESDAY NIGHT ; .
pageant from Bradford,Union, Clay Starke,Triest Construction Co.of
and Putnam counties, according to Keystone Heights, The Sporting
her mother. Chance of Starke, Goldilocks of
i A fourth grader at Southside Starke.A SaleNo
Elementary School Shanda Lynn in special thanks goes to Sherry at Camp Blinding Starke
Involved in 4-H1 church activities, Dress for Less for donating Shanda
Girlscouta: tap, Wallet,and jazz dan- Lynn's sports wear and interview m i
cing. Her hobbies include swimm- dress.
ing,roller skating,Softball,reading, Shanda Lynn will be selling ads for HW)' 16 Money Down. No Payments.No .
singing and dancing. the state pageant booklet and needs [I] 1 Block From
Shanda Lynn has placed 1st the support of businesses from the Light 964999.5CORBETT' Interest.
runner-up in two local pageants. In surrounding counties. She has been
the Miss America Pre-Teen pageantshe turned down by more than ten "fil October 12 19901"
will be competing in eveningwear business so far ,
sports wear, talent interviewand
speech. If she wins the state title Shanda Lynn wants to be a Toro Wheel Horse helps you celebrate America's
she will go on to nationals in veterinarian when she grows up,and
November of this year at Disney when asked what her one wish wouldbe Sa summer holidays Starting on
World. she replies 'To have all the illegal -
Shanda Lynn would like to thank drugs and dealers removed off MEMORIAL DAY,
her sponsors because without them the streets and for all the homelessto
her participation in the pageant have homes.' when you buy a Toro Wheel Horse tractor or riding

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I Jessie Lee Dell Sentenced' to 22 Years in Prison. for .Mllrdpr. .. ... .
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by Corolyn Eavs bing of' Constance Jenkins with parently to question her about a The stabbing occurred during a The
jury found
whom he had Dell guilty of mother's murder ws not
leT Staff Writer lived for seven years. relationship with another man.Fourof struggle when Dell broke into second-degree murder
Dell had
Judge James L. Tomlinson could Jenkins'daughters were home the. Jenkins' trailer home at 9:15: p.m. he killed Jenkins but conceding without their premedicated phone lines when and electricity not cut
have nignt sue was stabbed but no one ac after the and electrical
sent Dell cutting telephone
to prison for life h. premeditation.
or only the night of the killing, but also
A Bradford County man, Jessie could have sentenced him to as few tually witnessed the stabbing. lines. Jenkins ran from the Family members did not unders- on a previous night when he had
Lee Dell, was sentenced Tuesday to as seven years. State guidelines trailer and hide behind some bushes. Tl the Jury's decision tint their threatened to kill their mother
22 years in prison for murdering the recommend a sentence of between When help arrived she was taken by
woman he said he loved. 12 and 17 years. Dell has already Dell had moved out of Jenkins'home TRAUMA I to University where she -
served 16 months in the county Jail. in October of 1988. Three died on the operating table at 12:53: ""i B! imam nHm HB
weeks prior to the stabbing Dell had
Charged with first-degree murder been arrested for threatening to kill a.m.Dell fled the scene but was ap- BradfordChiropractic
Dell,32,was found guilty last monthof Jenkins, 43, died of a stab wound her with a butcher knife. Jenkins prehended In Clay County and
second-degree murder in the stab January Z1, 1989 after Dell came to had asked the court for a restrainingorder returned to Bradford where he has CenterStarke
her Lawtey home with a knife ap- In proloct her from hell.X311 remained in custody.

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FmllA Cofnin. 218 S. Walnut St.
... County Next to the Chamber of Commerce
; Election June 25 964-4957 ,

The election of a Farmers Home
Administration County Committee
member will take place on June 25, I PAIN CONTROL
County Supervisor Mel L.Thompsonsaid. Headaches
Neck&Arm flJ
The FmHA County Committee Mid Back :
assists the county office in determin-
ing the eligibility of applicants for Low Back &.Leg INJURIES
certain types of FmHA farm loans. Work Related
6 r t6161L Federal regulations require that all .Sports
eligible voters for FmHA county or Personal
area committee electing meet the
following eligibility requirements:
a) be farmers or be spouses of W. DAVID SIKES
farmers b) have their principal far- CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
I i ming operation within the
,r i H county or
liigi! t area for which.the election is being THE TEAM APPROACH
One committee member will be
selected to serve a three-year term. 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK
Ballots are available from the
FmHA County Office. Marked p 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
ballots must be received at the
TPNB Office HOIOTI Motu-Frt.S.3O-6IOO p.m. Sep By Appointment
FmHA office by June 25.
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for Lawtey Community Sch",.Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School dance toama. WELLS )
BI-Pictured are,from lefts Donna Parade Tool Crlffb,Dana WJlkmon.Virginia.........Christina Grover,and Amy (

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Items Interestby class for you.George Mundell. one of the best \\ co9kgvITqJ9\LIc9LTIogs5
of wallpaperers in the business, will
teach a class on how to beautify your
Carolyn Eaves home with wallpaper and borders.
BCT Staff WriterChapman The class will begin June 11 and run { /
through July 24, meeting on \ 1 ,LL ( Sf/llo/IC'E
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7
To Present Starke Plaza. p.m.to 10 p.m.For further Information -
Children are invited to sign-on ,call 964-6600,ext. 122. Audiovox SP85
STD ProgramAt with'Captain Book'at the new stops. JC 95.00) Installed
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Bradford County Emergency Special: Guet. .. ,.... 'f'J.
Medical Services Dire t9r. Cliff Ai Library P/ygram Class Set I.' -. .....II.".. ..,,,....IIh.I l
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases for4 Iii t!I 2 Captain BoolTartd all his. with i a The Bradford-Union Area VOTech'will RICK WELLS -
teens and their parents May 31 from Bookaneers cast off this week be offering a six-week word processing
General Manager
7 to 8p.m. at the Bradford County cargo of special guests from the class starting June 12 and
Public Library.The Bradford County Public Library. 90
ending July 24.The class is scheduled Days
program is free. Please call Preschool and first grade children to meet Tuesday and Thursdaysfrom
will learn.that Fish Are Fun, Tues-
the Library at 964-6400 for further In-
7 to 10 Fees are$9.
p.m. p.m.
formation. day,June 5, from 10 to 11 a.m. Mrs. 0% Financing
Oscar from Oscar's Tropical Fish Instructor Donna Jackson plans to
Bookmobile To Store will present the aqua ABC's. teach word processing applicationson ..
Stop All ages are invited to view the the System 36 using Display Write
At Shopping Centers film classic Treasure Island June 6. 36 software.Some of the topics to be G'QoQ ..,l.
Free tickets are available at the covered are: word processing ter- lillt. t;
Library patrons are invited to library or from the bookmobile. minology, use of the equipment, t'er/ Gvatuott
'read while they shop' at the Starke r4
Upper elementary age children hands-on exercises In typing letters, 1 cP
Plaza and Deerfoot Village Shopping. will enjoy the enthusiasm of Petty memos, reports, etc., and an over .
Centers in Starke. Officer Phil from of word
Lamp June 7 10 to view processing techniques.
is well Wal-
Mart Local, Food businesses Lion, Winn-Dixie as andScotty's 11:30: as he explores the exciting .I n....___ ..
career world of the U. S. Navy.

better County Public are serve supporting'Library's Bradford the efforts Bradford County to Vo-Tech Offering I p.o.LIFE er.w.939&PRAISE MINISTRIES ," '. WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK

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1:45 bi-weekly on Fridays during the wallpaper a room in your house but Schedule of Services:
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Manager Starke. FL 32091 KEYSTONE CR 18* r OSII: Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004

AUCTION BY OWNER- _;;: Lex Jones 275-2716 After 6 pm.


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leading to recovery 01(antique SHELL REPOS: 198't and up. Double- hon Street .and SR 16. 8 am ill 4:30SATURDAY. : couch with queen size bed In it,$550;
1'\1n'\ removed from Torode Farm one wide. $1,000 On. Pmt Slnglewlde glass table and chairs, $150; Ken- Terwlllegar
mile South 301. Probably removed $500dn.pmt Everyone can buy-bad JUNE 2: 0 am Ill 77 114 wood stereo $1200; wall unit, $30;
RECOVER May 28. $500 FOR credit or no credit. Call 755-5114. Martin Street(off Call Street). kerosene heater$60;two end tables SPECIALS OF THE WEEK
OF SHELL SIGN. John Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL _.7r1T____ $15/both; men's 10-speed bike, $35. limit. 3
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Torode 964-4413 or 533-2323. tin 4 .. .<- Call 473-7434. 12
1 1990 DOUBLEWIDE:241144,3 BR. 2 BA. ;T S 10'SATELLITE DISH b..2. both*. $44.000.00
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755-5114,Circle B Homes,Lake City boat trailer, 85 hp Force motor.Takeover "hook-up amOtartAvatchingl! Orlg. HOMES
1981 BUICK: '4 doors.. Good condition. 4 964-2182 after 4 $2300 REDUCED TO $1200;
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or 533-2474. 2 LIBERTY.I982,assume payments exo. cond., 30 gal., $50; ELECTRICBED financing to qualified buyer. $105,000PRETIGIOUS
1978 BUICK SENTRY: For parts. 455 of $157.32 for 3 1/2 years, call 782- ,single size Flex-A-Bedtike new, HOME In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA, fireplace, wood floor
engine. Running. Call 964-5405. 3610. 4197612X61 orlg. $1,000, now $500. Call 782- Many extras.609 W. Call Street. $125,000
2 MOBILE HOME:On 3 Acres. ACRE OF LAND:Septic tank,power 3660. tfn 12 COUNTRY CLUB AREAi3BR/2 BA,brick home,fireplace, pool, hot tub. Immaculate
1979 CHEVY NOVA:Auto.,new tires,low River Bend Estates,Graham FL 485- pole. In Graham. Call 485-2728 alter GARDEN VEGETABLES: Silver Queen condition. $125,000
mileage. Good condition. Call after 5 2734. 4 6 o.m. 9 com, potatoes beans, squash, cu- BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOMES Gorgeous landscaping. 3BR/3BA.
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1972 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88: $300. CANIMALS/PE-YS: ; power pole. 12000. 3 ml. south of 2-421/2 FT. REFRIGERATED Storage NICK 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the country.Hardwood floors, with 3
Negotiable. Richie Taylor, 964-5618. t: : Stark* M4-2.403L. 9 Trailers. 782-3253. 12 acres of land.Home priced to sell Call Today
2 '.. ..: ,\ : .1 16 ACRES FOR SALE:West ol Hamptonon METAL ROLL OUT WINDOW FRAMES BEAUTIFUL :2 STORY CEDAR ft STONE home on 4 1/2 acres. Only 4 yrs. old. 2
1981 FIREBIRD: AT AC, Tilt. AM-FM WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE CW FtoadJ S,25,000.533-2138. some with glass, some without 964- BR, 2 BA w/huge loft upstairs. All appl. Jenn-AIre, bathrooms ceramic tile,
Cassette excellent condition.$2700. HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It 7451.12 kitchen quarry tile.Sep. mud room, 1-lg. porch In front ft screened-ln back sunroom
Negotiable. Call 463-1637 or 964- worksll!) Now available for cats!Gator ONE QUEEN SOFA BED. and one twin w/addt'l.carport Call today)
6558 after 8 p m. 2 II Farm Supply, Ole Glory: Feed and sofa bed. 964-8932. 12 HANDYMAN SPECIALS Old concrete block home In city limits on .75 oc. Good
1978 FORD PINTO: $850.00. Call 964- Gold Kist. 8 NEW HOLLAND HAYLINER 310: Hay Oxer-upper $19,995
PROPERTY and beautiful!Have been laying since: lots, river access. $5950 each. No best offer. 964-6182. 12 MOBILE HOMES

Feb. 27, 1990. 964-6003 6 money down. $71.41 month. Owner. BLUEBERRIES pick 1.00/lb.: U-Plck.Call 964-8414 75 cents/Ib.Dana We MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRESi w/20'x30'pole barn nice neighborhood Call for
AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIES: 7 weeks 1-238-4579 or 1-622-2433 TFN details

FOR LEASE: PARTIALLY COMI LETEl/' old.trade.black Call and 7821408.tan males.$50 6 each or 10. 1983 Sbane KAWASAKI or Morgan KLT200ATV:3wheeler Reddish.: MUST SELLS 3 acres with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliances, I

1000 sq ft fast food location across FREE PUPPIES:Rescued from Hwy.301. fWANTEQ1'J, \ with windshield helmet. Like new. septic tank well. Call today for details

from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 eve- Now we are fat and sassy.Looking fora ,, Used in parades. $1200. OBO. 782- LOTS AND ACREAGETWO
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 3782 after 5 12
nice family. Part hound. Call 782- p.m.
COMMERCIAL RENTAL: Former convenience 3507.6 RESTORABLECARSORTRUCKS.1970 RATTAN DINING SET: Excellent condition LOTSi Ready to build on. I.aulilullocalion. Lakewood Estates. A very
store at comer of West GOATS FOR SALE: Call 782-3777 for or prior. 864-8175 or 4739247. $250; Rattan chair. $80.00. Call prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more Information.
Madison and Orange Streets;approximately more Information. 6 __ 11 964-8832. 12 -2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES tach lot 140'x140'. Ready to develop.-ln-
1500 SF, building with ample 16' WOODEN BUILDING; 3 windows vest today for tomorrow's future.
rldngcallBillGreen,904-222-7500.; 1 YARD..SALES./ r l FOR'rSAC!! .: some Inside panelling. $575. 964- -'GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop.Call today
3FOR 7628. 12 for more Information
SALE OR RENT: OFFICE BUILD- CORN FOR SALE White Silver Queen; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AS LOW AS MOVING SALE: Weightlifting bench, DP -20 ACRESt Fantastic Investment w/2, 4"wells, septic tank, 3 acre fish pond
ING IN STARKE. Former Hodges Ins. $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964-
Gympac 2510,all weights and attach
Peas U-Pick. Morgan Road,CR 233 many extras. Priced to move.
Owner financing. Call 964- 6946. 12 Used little.
Agency. Included.
& Hwy 16. 964-6521 or 964-8733. NEWSPAPER ments $300. very -19 PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. Wt Owner financing. Call today.
8494,3 ALUMINUM 964-8384 after 5 12
7SATURDAV 24x38 p.m. -3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROADi Great location for a beautiful ham. Call toe
ONLY -9111 ?? Ralford 1/2 PLATES.Measures ROWING MACHINE: Like new. $100.
MOBILE; HOMES for day.
inches.50 each. Great patchingand
964-8384 .m. 12
SALE miles from caution light toward Lake repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 W. THREE PIECE WALL UNIT by Mobilia. .30 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced In;. loaded with pines. Great Investment.Located .
Butler on left Sofas, chairs, linens
in Lawtey area.
Call St Starke. 12
old almond lao-
Less than one year ,
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD dou- childrens and and adults clothes Vail shoes SLEEPER for pickup truck $500. Call quer finish with glass doors, shelves. FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 North, 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
btewide with all the extras. $19,000 toys fowl) 7 much more. come 9649317. 12 Includes lighted TV/stereo cabinet trees. Hwy frontage of 400' opprox. 1-well, 2 septic tanks and fenced

balance and$1000 down.Assume the TWO FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday. HANDI! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, bar cabinet and display cabinet pond. Call Today
Will to have moved to your storage garages green Beautiful! Cost new $1,000 sacrificing
loan. pay June 2, at 8:30: a.m. Behind Hampton NOIDOWN PAYMENT. ; WATERFRONT...
lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm, or 964- Post Office. Lots of miss Items. houses. Hwy for$700. 964-8384 after 5 p.m.
9115 during the day. 4 1LONG 301\South. 964-8843 TFN PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER:2x6x8 190' ON SAMPSON LAKE 160' on Deer Foot Trail Rood, 170' deep. Great
MUST SELLII Deluxe Skyline Homes. AND SHORT DRESSES. $4 up: 12X21 CARPORT $990.NO DOWN $3.32;2x6x12,$4.98; 2x6x16$8.81. fishing lake. Now's the time to buy waterfront property.
One w/fireplace In den. One w/vinyl sizes 12-14, other clothing. Wheelchair PAYMENT.Handi House portable Lattice, plywood all sizes treated IMMACULATE YR. OLD brick home w/3 BR, 2 1/2 BA. 2300 SF, CH/A 97'of
siding (deluxe). See at Uncle Roy's and other medical Items. 1430- buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- lumber. Free delivery. Hardware lakefront dbl.fireplace, walking distance to town. $199.000
Me HQS1971ve\ Oak. Call 1508 E. Call Street..Saturday.only.GAS .,-. 0849 TFN 12 building supplies tools. 48 qt. Rub- PRESTIGIOUS 4 BR/5 BA 3500 SF .Ho", with 3 decks. CH/A BOO1,paved
FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL: Mulch 'bermald\ chest- $17.99 Nelson
Fretk s. : 4 : ; driveway 100' lakefront sprinkle sys g OUCED-OWNER FINANCING.
DELUX +28x60"'SWYtlNEr: Lapsldlng.. STOVE, miss.refrigerator/washing Items.) A ;lot of new toys machine -, +k-I for Jandseaplna. 782-3140. IfnMARY'S Rainpulse 85 Sprinkler;$5.99;Eagle I 7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVA. 293'oVlokefront.' 315'on SR 100, Buy 611 or< Msome.
shingle roof deluxe carpet and much furniture.Dealers welcome.301 VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker, 1 1/4 gal. plastlo gas can, $1.88. REDUCED 20000. '""'*" ""*l'v"'p bWNER FINANCING
more. Only$270 per mo. Free set-up some follow used) furniture appliances: TV's Stephen Smith Lumber & Trustworth
and delivery. Call Val.904-364-5197. N. to Strawberry Acres signs microwaves, VCR's, .You name it. I Builder's Supply, 468-2624. 7 ml. AFTER HOURS
9-5 7
NEW 24x52 SKYLINE: BR,2 BA.Shingle FIVE Friday FAMILY and YARD Saturday SALE .In Lawtey. carry Itl.Alwas looking sell for such items. south of Starke on 301. household 12 Sandra TrwllUgar . . . .. . . 964-4211
In if wish to something. OFFICE FURNITURE and
$205/Mo.roof, masonlte Call Jim.siding.9043645197.Payment only Friday and Saturday,June 1 & 2.8 til 304 Stop E. Call you St, 964-3250. Eveningscall Items. Friday morning 741 S.OrangeSt. Ann Terwlllecjar Brown . . .. . . .473-7541

DELUXE 14x70,3 BR 2 BA.5%Down w/ 5.7MOVING Behind Waters Grocery. 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. .,former Hodges Ins.Agency. This Cecelia TorwIIUqor. . . . . . . 964-7776'
Is continuation ol last weeks sale.
904- BLUEBERRIES In Lawtey.Nice: ,firm and a
approved credit Call Valor Jim. SALE: 423 Broadway. Dining/ :
No reasonable offer refused. 964- .
364-5197. 4 pool table,dressers,couches chairs, In season. 7823344. 12 8494.12 'fa fa'f'AY.'P>YaYa'!>P. taro ts s>r ff YV> A f.
NEW 1990 DOUBLEWIDE 4 BR, 2 BA. misc.furniture,and household goods
For only $235 per month. Call Jim or 964-6877. 7 JK
Val 904-364-5197. 4 GARAGE SALE:Four families.Saturday,
FREE FREE- FREE Credit Check and June 2. 800200.: 706 Gene Drive, PATIO SALE
Pre-approval on mobile home loans. Green Acres Raiford Road. TREE AND STUMPREMOVAL
Call Bruce: at 755-5114. Circle B 7 I
Unman. Lake City FL 4 504 W.Call St
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HOUSINGSusan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB President 1< JDAIEWOOD SUBDIVISION 3 BR/2 BA CB Home, Family Room. CHI A, RonJ i
You Full Service Real Estate Office I Refrl and Dishwasher, 1800 SF, Landscaped lot, I a
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. I SAMPSON LAKEs 3BR/2BA Norwelgan Brick Living. Dining ft-Family f
David t.Dodcn* p.tli, K If .r, MR* a I Room, CH/A. 2310 SF, Porches, 2.8 Ac. a I I
Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 a 221 Lafayette St! I COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo i
a Iw/Snack Bar, Den. Screened Porch, 3.62 Acre, Pole Bam, Nice Cleared
*3 BR/2 BA IN CITY Chain link fenced yard fireplace In living room, teparate 1 Spot for Garden.
dining room, many extra By appt.only. 71-90 11403 PRATT STREETS 3 BR/1 ft 1/2 BA CB ft Frame large Family Room, Loun.I .
*2 ACRES with 2 BR/2 BA Home.City Utllltle 5-90 REALTOR S I dry Room, Nice lot. I aNEW

*B ACRES with 2 chicken houe.. 30x600' each with 3 BR/1 BA home, work- BRICK HOMEU BR/2 BA, Stove, Refrl B Dishwasher, Sun Deck:2240
Ing farm. 56-90 SF.. Well ft Septic 1 Ac,.. L ,
*3 LAKE PRIVILEGE LOTS"'x200 each on paved road, all 3 for$7800. 23-90 LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, large Family Room w/Flreploce. CH/A FI
*LAKEFRONT PROPERTYiLot I I. 100'x720'on Sampson Lake. 64-90 NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS FOR SALE I 2184 SF, hat 576 SF Work.hop. Landscaped lot.
*9 ACRESiBeautlful pa.tureland f.nc.d and cross fenced over 2200*f house Northeast Florida Include franchise, budne and Inventory. Information a 6 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 3BR/18A A-From w/Porche All Round, '
with extra.6500.1 barn. Priced to ell 70-90 given to qualified buyer only. Call for appointment.SR 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well ft Septic On Paved Road.
*45 WOODED ACRES On Hwy.325 S.Owner financing. 67-90 I QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB Two-Story. Stove ft Refrlg. Elct Heat,
*INCOME PRODUCING BUSINESS for(..1.. 66-90 leWiGorgeou D/W. 3/2. CH/A, All Appl. Pool 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI a 1 Window AC. Well ft Septic, 1 Acre ; a
CONERLY SSTATESi Nice 3 BR/2 BA on 1 Acre, brick veneer, molar hot water, .CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpen.lve living. .""' I CHURCH STREET 3BR/1BA From a Brkk, CH/A. Range Refrlg.
new carpet and more 63-90 EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Stucco 3/2. CH/A, FP, rg.., rig., D.W. i a I Dishwasher. ft Fan., Nice Corner lot.
*10 ACRES Wooded land. Hampton S20.000/Term 43-90 .M ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Well. LAKE GENEVA:2BR/1BA/ From, Screened Porches. ))4x16 Utility Bldg.WellS
*CHERRY STREET 2 Story 4 BR/2 BA plus C/'bldg.hat been used a.Day Care *.act ACRES Heavy llmberj Highway frontage, lowtey area. ." I Septic. '
Center.Will consider leate purchase 37-9O .LAKEFRONT FI.h. Swim. W.nd cottage. Furn. Sandy beach., S j TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY .R/2.A Doublewlde Mobil Horn, CH/A. a
*1 BR/1 BA BETWEEN STARK AND LAWTIYl Excellent location for employee. FRAME 1400SF. 4 BR/1 3/4 BA. Lorg. lot. In Country. I Stove ft Refrl. Graham Area.
of Lawtey Correctional Institution. 30-90 .ASSUMABU MORTGAGE Brkk 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA. CH/A. Rg.. Relrlg. a I HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR/1 BA From, Slav ft Refrig, Nk lot. Good |
HWY 230i Excellent Building Lot. 9-90 CONNSRLY ESTATES SR 16 W. Stucco, 3/2 CH/A F.pl. D/WlIg.. I Rental Property. -
ONLY $..*.000 for p.ac.ful, quiet, get away from It all horn. 5 mil.. from .4.7 ACRESi Well 2 epte! older MH optional.. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
301 on 125 In lawtey. 34-90 *EXC.NEIGHBORHOOD\ Near hopltal. Corner lot, 3/2 CH/A. S HWY 301 South... 200 H. en Highway Plenty of Warabeuw. Seat*.
POOH BEAT THE HEATH 4 BR/2 BA on 1 1/2 Acre Priced to'cell at .BRICK J/JiCH/A. walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. I HWY 301 North Salvage. Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Ham, 13x<0 Meblie
$79.000 91-90 .BEDFORD LAKE 3/1. CH/A. completely turn. Nice. 100x300. a I Home,40x 0 Auto Repair Shop 3 SepH* Tank and 4 Well w/Pump en 3 I
*WALKING DISTANCE everything! Can't beat the prk.Only$38,500.. BR .BRICK CH/Ai Over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 Acre .
with central ht and air 68-90 .NEAT ft CLEAN 2/1. Hoot a Air. Make appointment to *...- AcIaat Call Street-.N1c.Office Blda Suitable for Doctor*r DenHet Practice.
OVER 1700 SQ. FT. Extra larg. family rm. In town, walking distance to STARKE HISTORIC Renov.6BR3 1/3 BA. 6 fpfc. Duplex. 1 Ac. S SELECTED PROPERTIES a
schools, .hop ng. 4 BR/2 BA. Central heat and air.72-90 BEAUTIFUL STORY brick ft cedar farm ho..... 4/21/2 BA on 36 Acre 140 ACRESCan be purchased in 20Acr Tract. planted Pine. Near. |
.IN STARKIi ca,3/1. CH/A 1200 plul SF, 110x110 lot. .J Lawtey. .
.REOUCED-Cedar horn. Franklin tove. CH/A '0... refr.. on 1 acre. 1 HOME SLOG .LOTS Hwy 16W, City Water ft Sewage, Owner Financing. a
Call One of Professionally OVER E ACt Brick, 4/21/2. CH/A.-fplc, over 2100 SF, All appliance HOME BLDG LO'S Shady Oaks VD, Breaker.
WATERFRONTiCroby Lok. canal. Doublewlde. CH/A, Rge.. Relrlg. I I FOUR E-ACRS TRACTS Brooker, Hwy Frontage Owner Financing a
Trained Stajf Today..9640069After .FARM' HOUSE a BARNS on 3 acre*. Good area. Clote to Starke, I THRU ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker,, Owner Financing.
Call These Realtor Associates: ..1 STORY CEDAR 3600.f.. 5 BR. 3 BA, CH/A, 2 F.PI. rge.. refrig., D/w. Nice : ,
CRYSTAL.. LAKE HOMESITSiS BR.CH/A rge., reg.. fplc, 1300 SF. 1 ace a a
Irene L. nlkner..964-9142 .UB 301 SOUTH large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus acre*. -AFTER HOURS .
Darlene Godwln..4i5825O3Warren LAWTEY AREA Brick ft Cedar 2 story. fenced 2 barn. 20 Acre A I Wayne Dougla*.M4-MM BlI Dedd.9N- | a ,-
!' "Woody Ryden..964-9O4O .GOOD INVENTORY Building lot, lake lot, commercial property, ocr.ag. I Novl.Ward 44.74S4 BID Onon.M44444A

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I Starke Area Ads HOMES FOR SALE ." :'"PERSONAL"SERVICES 0' .. .. ,,

'i'OArR; t.tt fireplace, crooned frontporch, large DODGE'S LANDCLEARING: Fill Dirt.
l'' .. : I IFORREN-r;; ( HELP i WANTED deck. Carpet Large tot 064-6499. Topsoil Clay Bulldozing Driveways FLORIDA? With the Florida CIu -
FURNISHED ROOM WITH a Roads Lots Cleared Septic Dirt fled Ad Network,we can deliver your
ties paid. From $37.50 AIR.atl uttll- LOW DAILYOR WEEKLY RATES: Kitchenettes 1PERSONAL\ You Haul or We Haul. Tim Murrhee, message to over 1,000,000 people
up weekly. available. 7823332.ROOMFORRENT.LadywithchlldwlBhes. RETAIL FURNITURE SALES POSITION I Bus. 473-7691, Home 473-4070. for $125 (toss than $OOOZ/bereon).
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. 13 for career minded Individual In Starke Call this newspaper classified department -
Starke, In front of Post Office. : area. Retail sales experience wanted : SERVICES.; "i GREAT HAIRCUTS. to place your ad today.POPUP .
13 $5; Perm $20; HlLltes -
but not Will train the '
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT Second to rent room In my home with kitchen necessary.Send right WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSI- ,$18;Spirals$35. Call Linda K., 18
: resume to Retail '
floor. Cherry St Stove and refrigerator privileges 964-4918 to single gentleman Close person.P.O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091.Sales tfn, NESSI! WANT, TO STOP? THAT'S Diane, Mona and Gina at 'EORfS': tE;, : ,:. J
$60 per week. Call 964-8498. 3prison. or 9647929. 15 OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- GOLDILOCKS, 964-4845 Mon.-Sat
36I9, 984-4I50. 964-86I4. 17 10-6 pm. Walk-Ins welcome.
SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home NEIGHBORHOOD-ON A :I.DuPont-Chemicals and ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button 17 6.A/C and heat. $1800. Goodcondl-
for QUIET STREET: 3 BR. 1 BA unfur- holes, patehes.eta Drop off and pick HOUSEPAINTING & CLEANING: Call
lots rent, water and sewer fur- nlshedhome Pigments Dept Starke Florida.Qualified tion. Call 064-5875 after 4 p.m. TFN
nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 Call 964-5377 aller5:3O: Ell Mechanic to troubleshoot, up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.064- Tommy Lewis "The Brush Man". 19
om. 13VACATION 5587. Plnehurst Variety across from Qualify work, reasonable rates, free
TFN 13 ... ... .. .. ,' repair and electrically-operated estimates. References 198534 FT.CROSS COUNTRY MOTOR
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS forrdnt V' ; : ; ; ", equipment and process control loops; Southslde Elem. Hwy 100TFN avail. upon HOME by Sportcoach. Fully self con
Close. to prison. Call 4681323. ""I Al N,. NI create test and edit for 17PRESSURE request 17ODD after 8 p.m. tained with all options. Automatic
fFN 13 '--" .. ." .. ,,' PC's and PLC's as well rrogram. WASHING, : Houses, sidewalks JOBS Home levelling Jacks, awnings all window
STATE EMPLOYEES needahomeclose ming and maintaining PLC's andcomputerbased (v driveways Roof Repairs. Call and construction.: and Screened Business repairs Garaged since new. 782-3140.
to your work?We have dean mobile RENTAL: Rent on beautiful control systems; 064-6341.Terry Parks. TFNCHAIN decks also porches, 19
homes available,call 468-1323. TFN SLAugustlneBeach,Park homes wilh make 13MOBILE large deck,everything furnished Day. ., conn t/discotffiect high voltage LINK FENCE: Installed. 1 Free estimates JOBS 964-8565 or 964-9622. TFNNICK'S PERSONAL SERVICES
HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY week or month. Pool, tennis, ocean jacks; assist /training, etc. Applications HANDYMAN FENCE CO., LANDSCAPE ft LAWN SERV-
WATER SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR. roll Rnhhin 1-471-5636. 13 'foremploymentwllibeacceptedat owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. ICE: (Nick & Ruby Harper). We're REMODELING ROOFING. ROOM
1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 FRANKLIN, Job Service of Florida 609 N. Or- TFN 17STRICKLAND'S expanding our business and taking ADDIITIONS: Carports, concretework .
N.C.I 2 BR. furnished cottage SEWING MACHINE on new accounts. aluminum or vinyl skiing and
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY with ange St, Starke, FL from 1-7 pm. Clean-outs trimming -
deck. Nice mountain view. Convenient SALES AND SERVICE: All makes mulching, mowing and landscaping soffit systems. Free estimates. CaR
WATER, SEWER, CABLE TV. 964- Monday, June 4. It Is not our policy to
7498 TFN 13 to attractions $$200/week.. discriminate against applicant and models cleaned, oiled and ad- .964-5760daytime,782-3354; Garrison Construction, 964-6201,
96.4.7210.RAIL ) any justed $15. New and used sewing evenings. TFN 17 anytime. Mark Garrison Keens no.
2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely because of age, race, religion, color
furnished with washer and dryer. sex or ancestry. 15 machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE E-14255. U-
Central heat and air,electric.$300/ HELP WANTED ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 SERVICES: Quality work at lowest PAINTING:We do fences,trimming,trailers -
month plus deposit. Rent from June 1 $11.41/hrl For application Info,call 1- CHILD CARE: After school, evenings, prices Allworkguaranteed 964-3412. homes, roofs. We are. trying to
thru Sept 30 only.Call Castle Properties CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs 602-838.8885, Ext M-17283, 6 am- nights and weekends. For mature, expand our business and have good
U.S,A. Ino, licensed real estate welders with mechanical ability. Ap- 10pm, 7 days. 15 reliable, dependable care, call 964- Classified Ads references Call for estimates Call
broker..864-5065. 13 ply In person,Mon.-Fri. 8:30.4: p.m.at ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start, 8522. TFN 17 Dave at 964-3691 or 964-5760 leave
3 BR HOME: Family room dining room, Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Indus- $11.41/hrl For application Info,call 1- PAINTING: Interior & Exterior. Also car message. Reasonable "rales.
utility room, pantry. New carpet and trial Park Hwy 16 East, Green Cove 602-838-8885, Ext M-3493,6 am-10 pentry work. Free estimates. Call Get Results 17
paint Close to Starke. 9645405. Springs FL 15 pm 7 days 15 anytime, 964-8458. 17
HOME:2 BR,partly furnished Will send to school and teach. Call your area $17,840-$69,485. call 1- Residential and Commercial, reason-
rates, FREE estimates
pines. Private drive Elderly couple Susan Faulkner, 964-5069. 602-838-8885, Ext M-3493. Specializing
In Houses,Pools,Mobile Homes
15PEP0 ,
preferred.$2oo/Mo plus$100 deposit. 15ATTENTION
Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE
3 ml. N. of Starke 964-6918. : HIRING! Government jobs NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS WASHING 4 Professional Sales Positions
Randy, 964-3477/964-
for full time help. Apply In person at
13ONE -your area. $17,840-$69.485.1-602-
BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- 838-8885 Ext.R-17283.. 15 Pep-O Food Mart, 620 S. Walnut St, 5601 or R.of.n' QR.- 2a1.tfn Leading to Management within one month
pletely furnished 830 N.Temple Ave. LIFEGUARDS NEEDED for Salvation Starke. 15FOR HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting, 4 openings now available for women and men in your area for
Plumbing Decks
Clean,quiet and downstairs Call 964- Army Camp Keystone summer camp Major Repairs. 2? Experience.Local ., marketing sales representatives. Must be able to travel be away from
9424 or 964-8214. 13 Please call Tammy 1-813-962.6611. /HOMES FOR SALE
references.Woody Hewitt, 964- home days and nights per week with reliable transportation. This is
WALDO VILLAS Is now renting 1 & 2 Dates are June 6-Aua. 11.
Bedroom apartments,starting at$235mo. / POSTAL JOBS:$11.41 to$1490/hr. For SALE BY OWNER:3 11/2 Bath 5405. TFN17 an excellent opportunity for an ambitious person who wants to get
Equal Housing Opportunity For exam and application information,call CB home.Living roomdiningkitchen, commercial. Satisfaction: ahead and earn $350.00 to$450.00 per week.
more information,call 468-1971.TFN (219) 769.6649, ext. FL 214. 8 am-8 large family room w/freplace! aM built- teed. Terms available. Local quaran-references To qualify:
13WITH pm. Days.. 15 in bar. Screened in back porch small ,Woody Hewitt, 964-5405.TFN"LET Positive mental attitude self confidence good communications skills.
OPTION TO BUY: 3 BR, 2 BA POULTRY BREEDER FARM needs two pool. Fenced backyard barn w/eleo- 17
home on wooded acre lot with stream. experienced workers Immediately. trlcity 964-5647. 16 US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK" Previous sales experience NOT NECESSARY.Our
$380/Mo 964-2106 or 285-4300. Call Marlene Grit lis, 964.8468 alter 3pm VERY NICE 3 BR, 2 1/2 BATH BRICK :
Residential and Commercial,
13 15DELIVERY HOME: Fireplace extras Acre lot reason- corporation offers complete corporate benefits, major medical
able FREE estimates. -
2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on Griffls PERSON NEEDED: With Must see to appreciate. 9642301. izing rates.in Houses,Pools,Mobile Special-Homes and life insurance and savings plan with a complete paid training
Loop.Furnished or unfumished.$200/ good driving record and map skills. 2BR, 1 BA FRAME HOUSE:On corner lot Businesses.. Call R & S PRESSURE program.For .
month $100 deposit. Call 964-8704. Apply In person at Sun Rentals, Wal !In Lake Butler 905 S E. 5th Ave. By WASHING, Randy 96434779645601 FREE
more information call Shirley Bates' office TOLL at
13 PIIiZA. 15 owner.
.Mart Asking 12500. Call 372- or Stefan, 064-2281
5428. 16 17 1-800-543-5940. Please call Monday through Thursday between
10:00: a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Please call on or before Thursday May 31,

BRADFORD SECRETARIAL SERVICES, INC. 4 Professional Sales Positions 1990.

"A Legal Alternative"P. Leading to Management within one month E.O.E. M/F

O. Box: 1284
4 openings now available for women and men In your area for
Florida 32091
Starke marketing sales representatives. Must be able to travel be away
(904)) 964-2700 from home 5 days and nights per week with reliable= COURSEY CONSTRUCTION CO

Efficient, reliable forms preparation service without an attorney transportation. This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious
person who wants to get ahead and earn $350.00 to $450.00 per
Adoptions $ 85-$125 Mortgage $ 45 week. .
Agreements 2575 Promissory Note $ 25 a R.J4
Contact for Deed $ 45 Name Change $ 75 To qualify: .
Deed (Warranty/Quit $ 20 Power of Attorney $125 Positive mental attitude, self-confidence good communications
Claim) Satisfaction of $25 skills. Previous sales experience NOT NECESSARY.Our .
Divorce (uncontested) $95-$150 Mortgage
Incorporation (Profit) $ 75 Standard Business $ 30 corporation offers complete corporate benefits major medical
StaiTdard'PCrStmal $20 Lease and life Insurance and with
savings plan a complete paid
Lease $355.0, .. .
; j'n; 'j ;JWllls, trainingprogram. e'.
Priced Per Job ",Q.. "'
General Typing ", 0\0-
More Services Available For more Information call Shirley Bates' office TOLL FREE at } '1\0:
1-800-543-5940. Please call Monday through Thursday between 54900.00: ON YOUR LOT v
Call For Free Information 31.10:00: 1990.a.m. and 9:00: p.m. Please call on or before Thursday. May INCLUDING WELL AND SEPTIC

E.O.E. M/F 1st FLOOR FINISHED 1232 s.f.



CALL 2(325733:

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FMIIA has the need for both farm (which will include $99 DOWN $3S'PE.fwEEK':

mowing) and residential caretakers beginning 10-1-90 76 Ford Van $ 495
6 Cyl., Stand. Trans.. Stk #3332 ASSISTANCE NEEDED
9-30-91. Caretakers must have the
and to
79 Dodge Aspen $1295 (CLERICAL) .
ability to make minor repairs. Interested parties should 6 Cyl., AT PS. PB Stk #3341

contact Bruce W. Peters, County Supervisor at 65 V8. Ford AT Stk FI00#3298 P/U $695 FMIIA has the need for persons to evaluate informationfor

904/752-8465. 76 AMC Hornet interest credit assistance to low income families. '
6 cyl.. AT PS, PB AC Stk #3033 Will require personal interview with borrowers.

1'99 DOWN '-;' 40 PER'WEE'K Experience in analysis of credit and/or personnel

SANTA FE HOME CAREDo 80 Ford Futura payroll would be beneficial. Interested parties contact

You Like. 6 C I.. AT 1'5, PB AC. Stk #3324 $16 5 Bruce W. Peters, County Supervisor at FMIIA, 417-A,

Being a Patient Advocate? 83 Plymouth Reliant Lake City, Florida 32055
Caring for 5-6 patients a day? 4 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB, AC. Stk '3264

*Working as an Independent Practitioner? 77 Chevy Camaro

Having time to give quality care? V8. AT, 1'5. PB. Stk '3340 $1695
*Working flexible daytime'hours with one weekend per month?

Having the opportunity to advance professionally? 80 V8. Chrysler Newport $1995 BROKERS

excellent salaries and benefits?
Enjoying '
available full time.
Join expanding pro gram with positions
our rapidly ,
Bradfor Branch office in Starke. 3 yrs. nursing 83 Buick
FunctIoning desired. Interested applicants call or send resume to: Skylark $2495
experience AT PS, PB.
has the need for brokers to sell rural housing

Marjl Alachua Gibson General Hospital Telephone: 79 Plymouth Arrow $1. Q95 in Baker Columbia and Union
801 S.W. 2n.! Avenue (904)338-4750 (collect) AT. AC. Stk #3207 inventory properties ,

Gainesville, Florida 32601 EOE 84 Buick Real $2995 Counties for the period beginning 10-1-90 and ending

93191. Interested parties should contact Bruce W.
,.De ;> 85 Chevy S-10 P/U

A heat 4 cyl.. 4 Spd Stk #3323 $2695 Peters, County Supervisor at FMIIA, 417-A, Lake City,

pump'i irk !i R 499'GOWN'. >t a=i 40

will feel oncomfortable 81 Chevy C-I0 P/U $2695
anyone i 6 C PB Stk #3338

IAtfJ1llmW > 83 Chevy 8-10 P/U $3695 PUMP & SUPPLY
4 Cyt.. 4 Spd. Stk #3302

s& Ls& 80 Ford F-I00 P/U 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
Eves &: Weekends: 964-7578
Wl'th :::-... 6 1.. AT, 1'5, PB AC Stk #3301

I ....... ....... 84 Dodge ,Daytona $3695 Well Drilling -
__ Iu1 tIw Tnaae XL 1200 t kid..... 4 C I.. 5 5 pd. PS, 1'8. AC Stk '3239
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sy er 1200lltaIhca1roa'hat pump.fs tacked by an adualYe year
both the orandc< .plus 2 Jal8 all Part And I
!J"d Uadted..rrunq.. aD all 83 Pontiac Gran Prix
'h*!! effldency helpa reduce your aintruaage y cur long $3695
f;)4 CaVtodayfamarfal 1 ui on the XL 1200 heat punu lnandnt\ (a available. AT, PS, PB, AC Stk #3294

84 Chevy Caprice $3995 Pump

.7JM COWARTAir AT. PS. PB. AC. Stk: '3258 Sales &

84 Ford Mustang $3995 Service OnAllMakes
Contractors I
Conditioning VB, AT. PS 9644061 *

CACO4d 8Jty and 196480251.unouadlD 84 Toyota P/U $3995 :

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Leaders Celebrate End of Scout Year...

Leaden of Ctrl Scout Troop In Bradford Union Neighborhood celebrated the end of the scoot year with a delicious

dinner catered by Oleeta lUrdenbrook at the Methodist Church In Fellowship Hell May 33.Award and thank you

_._,--...__ j '''!t. were presented to the deferring group of volunteer who work with Ctrl Scout fa BU.
Left to right; Held Director Sharon Brook, Rabbi Howell Carolyn Eavei Joan Carlton Judy Dukes Nancy Webster,

Cathy Milliard, Laurie Mullin. Peg Trimble Neighborhood Chairman Mary Looney.

Front;Sue Moredock Pam Thrift Gertrude Criffl. Ruth Corey Sharon Brady Debt Connanghton, Dea Paterson '.

Andrea Abranw Lee Ann Dunpler Lori Douglas Betsy Horsey. '.
Top CeDe Coweni basket

tomatoes to sell In hb father'a Stand ___
produce stand on US-301 near from page 6B


Left Deron Eunice right, hands a anollior II "We don't make much money, but means he will have to rely on other
seems most people who work at
customer a flat of strawberries from 1,1 enjoy sitting out here Wilkerson
roadside fruit and stands
his stand.
family' produce said. "We've got a thousand tomato
are keeping alive tradition.
a family
Most of the stands offer You
Deron Eunice said selling producen produce plants we've been watering. can
by the stand Almost it and water it but it dries
> the side of the road is a business grown owners. water up
,hat has been passed down in his everything is in season in the area faster than you can water It,
except watermelons, which will Gowens said.Produce .
generation genera-
lion. come in soon. Until then

"It's just what we've always watermelons have to be bought from prices from stand to

done," Eunice said. "My great- South Florida growers along with stand don't seem to vary much. For
certain fruits like papaya. example most stands are selling
(grandfather, grandfather,
my my The recent has affectedthe
dad. 11's a family business." drought tomatoes for $2 a basket. Gowens
produce of stand said between
supply some price differences
Annie Wilkerson runs a stand for
owners who grow their own produce. stands really don't matter much
her 73- 'ear-old mother that her
;, ClassifiedsGet > now
) Gene Gowens who works time
.if\ anyway.
mother is too old to do it herself.
: WiJkerson's mother has sold at his father's stand, said without "Most of these people are from out
tr ',. Results! at t roadside stands for 28 produc'c rain soon his father stands to lose of town," Gowens said. They'renot
i K a' ?FRFlES years. some of his tomato crop and that shopping around anyway."
Golden Anniversary...
most delightful way by classmates
Congratulations to Nate and Desta from the four grades dressed in appropriate -
-- Hampton Hilites Dyal of Hampton Lake who costumes.

YARD SALE FOR SALE celebrated their 50th wedding an- The chorus comprised of 4th, 5th

Union niversary on May 11. We wish them and 6th graders presented a medly
solo Bill's APPLIANCE. USED SALES AND Su-Els BarBQueOn many more happy years together. of songs from the "Standing Room
) ,
games REPAIR SERVICE. sell some.
Buy tome
chairs T.V.'s. baby cloth., maternity trod some, fix torn. 496-2090 4tpd. Saturday, May 26, Virgil and Home Again... Only" Clever dancing also
County clothes, tires, drop., toys, rugs, much 4/12-4/26 than TFN. Susie Walker hosted a barbecue din- accompanied the music.
much more. 3 miles S. on 231 (pa.1RMC COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES AKC shots ner and entertainment at their Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned Also taking part in the programwas
) Bobby/Reglna Parrishr.sid.nce. and wormed. 6 mole, 1 female 3 retirement home. home Sunday following a two mon- Duke, the school mascot, who
..... from ths visit with her and fami- the childrento
Saturday Jun.2nd white, and 4 buff. Adorable. $200. Call Over 400 friends enjoyed the food daughter faithfully accompanies
Area AdsNETTLES BOO: a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Itpd 5/31. 496-2995 after 6 p.m. 5117-5/31. and gospel musicians including ly, Barbara and Ed Fitzpatrick in school daily.At .

COUNTER.LEVEL RANGE Like new. Was Alvin Griffis with the Gospel Sounds, Pensacola. Barbara and her the conclusion of the program,
MOBILE; HOMES $400. now $250 OBO 496-1041 Itpd. The Cavaliers, The Thornton Family daughter, Julie, brought Viola home Mrs. Jean Clark first grade
FOR SALE 5/31. The Glory Road Travelers and before traveling to South Florida. teacher and Mrs. Carole Stevenson' -
the Rev. Donald Ross Family. Before coming home. Viola spentone .,music..:4nstniptnrr viler 'rirp-ientetf4LU...q.
A of week with her son, Paul Lefeb- with a floral bouquet in appreciation 1.
USED HOMES many doublewldet and PERSONAL SERVICES variety meats,vegetables and '
I singlewides to choose from. W. desserts were served and prizes vre, in Lillian Alabama. for their efforts in directing the pro-

finance. Call 7555114. Circle B Mobil. awarded. gram.Awards.
Ele. School
Program: On Thursday
Homes. Lake Fl. local
TREE City Among celebrities attendingwere
4BEDROOMS wood sidings, shingle roof man Well and Septic Tank Inc.284 Marvin Davis from the officeof Students Entertain: On Tuesday evening, beginning at 7 p.m., the an-
Inch wells. ,
water Pumpstales service
SERVICERemoval plus free del and set-up. $19,995 call Installation septic tanks, IIfl.Iallon. Senator Bob Graham, Hampton evening, May 22, Principal Mary nual awards Special will be held at
755.5114. Circle) B Mobil. Homes. Lake .. New Installation dralnfleld Mayor Lola Williamson, County Ann Kyle welcomed a large group of the school. recognition will
Pruning: ": City Fl. repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) Commissioner Joe Riddick, and relatives and friends attending the be given students for outstanding at-
Trimming, De-mossing; 1990 14X70 3 br, 2 ba free del. and set Jones-275-2004- Jones2752716. Kenneth Etheridge, Bradford Coun- entertaining program furnished by tendance, achievement in academicand
Firewood .. up. $650 down pay. $183 per month. After 6pmState licensed- work ty Sheriff. students and faculty members.The extra curricular activities.
We finance call 7555114. Circle B guarenteed-. estimates. 1/25 51 pd. Susie and Virgil wish to thank all kindergarten through third Relatives and friends of students are
Mobil. Lake Fl.
Specializing In Removal of LOWEST DOWN Home PAYMENT City In Florida. All 2/22 then/ tfn who contributed to this enjoyable af- grades presented the "Mary Pop- invited to attend.
Dangerous Trees homes 5 down. 14 wid. FILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS limerock. light fair, either through donations or at- pins" production. Karrie Lee, a Last Day: Friday, June 1 is the
FREE Estimates n.w start at $500 down.p.rc.nt Doublewldas at poles, wells or package deals. CulvertsA tendance. third grader, played the part of last day of school for children. Hap-
Licensed & Insured $800 down call 755-5114 Circle B dozier work. Call 275.2263, 7 am.7 Mary and was accompanied in a py vacation to all I
275.2197, after 7 3/1
Call Thomas D. Nettles Mobil. Homes, Lak. City, Fl. 3tchrg. p.m. p.m.
496-1326 e Lake ButlerAFFORDABLE 5/17-3/31. INTERIOR EXTERIOR PAINTING Call for
1919 2SX60 3 br, 2 full baths, Ilk. n.w,
must be moved, $2000 down take overpayments free 6/14.estimate. 4962953. 3tpd 5/31- (L Keystone Area Ads ] ,

5/24.5/31. of $265. 4963767. 2tchrg. HONEST AND HARD-WORKING

.. or offices to clean. Call Ro-
T.H.E.APARTMENTS. FOR RENT seanne 496-1461. 2tpd. 5/31 6/7. LAND FOR SALE WANTED FOR SALE
YARD SERVICE Wanted lawns to mow.

Call 496-3923 after 6 p.m. 4tchrg 5/31- BEAUTIFUL-Wooded lot Lak. LUXURY CONDO-End Unit,
2 BEDROOM HOUSE on Lake Brooklyn on.aero on WANTED.Baseball/football cards and 3BR/2BA
Keystone Heights. 473-4840. Itpd. 6/21. Geneva, private fish pond. Terms collectibles. I will buy one card of your utll. room, garag., screen porch
922 E. Brownlee St. 5/31. NETTLESTREE SERVICE:All types tree 4752052.: Itch gS1017.24.31LOTS complete sel. If you need a card or set, overlooking Geneva Springs. $64,000.
Blandlntf Rd. work. 496-1326. tfn 17 -BY OWNER lots, high and dry. I have It. Call Bob 473-7975. 175.3116.v.nings. 5tchg5-3/31 i:
Camp 225', paved road. 1'/. mil. P.O. and 31-6/7-14 SATELLITI SYSTEM.repossessed due to
NOTICE 4tchgS-24- II
Starke. FL 32O91 HELP WANTED bank. Terms 4733463. ltpdS-31 WANTED-Responslble. roommate. $45 divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing 1
964-7133 after 5 down. $39/mo. 12721031. "
week 473-4868 or
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted 4tchg5-17-24-31-6/7
2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with to the Union County Tim. office NEED RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER during SOUTH Reduced Make Offer.473- p.m.3Ichg5.24.31-6/14 SATELLITE SYSTEM Like new 6 mo. old ,,:
laundry & large playground. In writing and paid in advanc. summer. Will consider a dependable 7060 eves. ((1)) 268-2257. 9 with scrambler Nothing down. \
unless credit Is already established teen. Please call after 6 p.m for more $49/mo. 12721018.
FREE Electricity first month. with this off ic.. Information. 4963923. 3tchrg. FURNITURE HOMES FOR SALE 4trhg5-17.24.31/6-7 I I')'

Rent 3O% of your monthly Incomeif THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 517531. 3-TON A/C-and blower. Good cond.
if RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ATTENTION-POSTAL JOBS I For application SOFA/LOVESEAT-and Chair. Never used IS FT. LAKEFRONT-3BR/2BA 3 yrs old, Heater hook.d up also but needs I:
you earn 3.35 per: hr.. 40 hra. a CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Info call ((1)) 602-838.8885, Blue and mauv. Sacrifice-$295. 2-story, 2 screened rooms, upperdeck. minor repair work. $450 obo. Call
week & have 3 dependents, your THE TELEPHONE. .M-9127, 6 a.m. til 10 p.m.. 7 days. 496-1290. .67SOFALOVESEATAnd 88000. 473-0424 or 3841820. David 473-0463. 2tchg524.31
rent would be about *)1 12 a monthor Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5 3tpd. 5/17-5/31 Chair.Never used 2Ipd5.2431LAKEHOUSI.For II'DODGI Motorhome., Air-
3.73 per day for day left In the P.M.. prior to Thursday publication. ATTENTION HIRING I Gov.rnmenllob.| Blue and mauve-sacrlflce $295. Sal. by Owner. Twin conditioned. Sleeps 6, ONAN
month, for move-In after the firat. Minimum charg. is 15 words for$3.50, your area. Many immediate openings 496-1 290. 4tchg5-17 Lakes. Sleeps 10. 473-3280. Itpd5.31 Generator. Complete. kitchen

Qualified Single Accepted. then IS cents for each word thereafter. without waiting list or fast NEW LEATHER.Brown uplift chalr-$300. TWO ACRE ESTATE:Near Golf Course. bathroom. $4.500 4733037. ltpdS-31
Move-in coat can be..low.. DARK RED BULL BUT HEADED has white $17,840.$69,485. Call 16028388885. Vibrating, dark green recllner-$10O. Attractive 3 BR/2 BA quality-built COUNTRY CHARM.Cast Iron electric
streak from front legs to stomach wa.la.t Ext. R9127. 3tpd 5/21.6/7. Gym and swing set.$125. Lov.s.atcouchbtu.$150 home. Fireplace On paved stove, like new 3 braided 6x9 ft. rugs,
.1@r'l.awlrvarwSee.RmUf A Hotatng 3O'JI seen b.tw..n Fort Call and CR 239 ATTENTION EARN MONEY WATCHINGTVI 4733280. 1tpd5-31 road. $70,900. Call garage.Trevor Waters. mauve 473-2287. ItpdS.31
18. knowing anything $32.000/year Income potential.
an Anybody PIANO-Chkkerlng Like new. Pecan
ofYourlncomtVYauQualtfu 21 Showcase
about this call James Mancil Details. ((1) 602,838-8885 Ext. TV 9127. Century Properties,
Equal Housing please HELP WANTEDCAREER Broker. 473-4903. 16 finish Less than 2 yr*. Moving ...1..
4962147. 2tpd. 3/31. 6/7. 3tpd 5/24-6/7. Bench Incl. $1400. 473-6109. Itpd5-3l
HIRING ALL POSITIONS IN REAl ESTATf-We train. Call overlooks lake and golf course.

\ FOR '.SALE + J17.500-S58.240 Call (I) 602.838-8885. Dean Weaver. Watson Realty Corp. REDUCED MAKE OFFER. 473- PERSONALARD'S
I r ::7 r I. I Ext. X 9127. 3tpd 5/24-6/7. REALTORS 473-4816 or 4752272. 7060 eve*. (1)) 268-2257. 16SALE

Fill Dirt Top' Soil} ii f ATTENTION! EARN MONEY READING 6mochg- OR TRADE:2 BR 1 BATH Mobil. TRACTOR .Boxblodlng.
__ ; BOOKS $32,000/year Income poten WOULD YOU-Like to lose weight, feel Home.One fenced acre,landscaped discing bushhogglng. 4731156. Call
n tial. Details. ((1)) 602.838.8885 Ext. BK great and make money? Open to 4*well wrap around deck,2 cut building after 5 p.m 1tchg5-31
Large or Small Loads of Limerock 9127. 3tpd. 5/24-6/7. everyone. 282-3575. 4tpd5.1767 *, $1000 down and assume payment -
c ATTENTION EXCELLENT INCOME for HAIRSTYLIST Needed. Shear Perfection. *. $27385 for 10 year. Call FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR
Tractor Work e Backhoe Bulldozer Home Assembly work. For Info, call Call for appointment 473-7323. 782-1408. 0 DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT
504-646-1700 Dept. P 2512. 2tpd. 2tchg5 24 31

h'rte.. .964-6182 ". ,964-5823-;.;9&4;f3tD95- RAIFORD 524531.TOWN COUNCIL I. now accepting LIBRARY CLERK, Oriole.Keystone Street.Heights Performs BranchLibrary FOR RENT TFN all your 17 foundation Leveling repair. Service 4737721.BRADFORD for.

applications for trie position of general library clerical dull. Requires LAKEHOUS E-M.I/K.y. 211I/2%IA. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE'Septlo
Town Clerk. Applicants must b. a resident High School Diploma or GED. porch, CHI A, Couples Only-young tank pumpouts at reasonable
AUCTION BY OWNER In the City Limit of Raiford; and Some typing skills Salary $4.72 p.r children okay. $500 per month Lave price,also' drain line repair. Starke.
all applicants must be received no later hour. Apply In person at library. No message-(904)372-2037.) 1tpd5-24 984-121. TFN 17
than June 4, 1990. Send Application phone calls. ltchgS-31 LAKI.IONT-Hon.ymoon cottage.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2- 10:00 AM P.O. Box 428 Raiford Fl. 32083 or bringto ISR.furnlshed or unfurnished, screened
Town Council meeting Monday Jun. NOTICE porch, Ish/swlm/boot. Reasonable SERVICESROOFING
(Property will be sold at 10:45 am) 4th, 6c30 p.m. t rates, n.ar Keystone.
UNION COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY I. 473-4186.3tchg5-17.24-31
now AND
RIPAIR-Quallty work at
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
Registration 9 am Viewing Before Sale accepting applications for library clerk. to the take Region Monitor office LUXURY CONDO-End Unit. 3BR/2BA reasonable rat .. Call George at
Applicant must b. a resident of Union Util. screened
Room. CH/A 479-2977
garage or 473-3480 (home).
In and In advance
Terms Cash Cashiers Check, Bank Credit Letter County, high school' senior or unless credit writing Is already paid established porch, overlooking Geneva Spring. 4tchg5-3-1 0.17-24-31 ti
graduate, and must b. able to work $550 mo. 473-3116. Stchg/3-3-31 M a M (
'SApprojc:"-1.acre,lots *! Commercial ) "rontager2esidettttal wj.. flexible hours. Part-time, late June with this office.MONITOR LAKEFRONT COTTAOIS-2BR sandy 473-4059.MOWINO-Any 4tchg5.17-6-7 ov.rag.lawn $10.

Rear with 2000) jttftfBft' ;;;a Mobilek through September 1990 only. Apply In RESPONSIBLE STAFF FOR CANNOT MISTAKES BE HELD IN beach dock screened porch. Fur. MOTHER OF-2V4 year old will babysit In

Office lirniture ApplIances,ShopjLocation parson at Union County Public Library, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER nished/unfurnished. 479-1444. her Christian home. 103 Sylvan Way.
tomes\ $ : 175 W. Main St. Lake Butler, by Jun. 2tchg 5-31-6-7 4737750. 2lchg>17-24
Jquipmentrro' ;CA rsf'I1rti ;.UtilitY'm11i1 r$ 13. 3tehrg-5/31-6/7. THE TELEPHONE. FUINISHIO-3 Alr-condltloned studio
UNION COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY Classified deadline Is 11:00: arm Tuesday apartments on Lake Geneva. Dock and "
prior to Thursday's publication YARD SALES
COMMISSIONERS now taking applications laundry privilege 1275ma.$275c .
Minimum charg. Is$3.50 for 15 words,
:. W. side of US 301,6 miles S. of Starke next to Gate Station applications for pan-tim.at clerical Courthouse help. ,Take In then IS cents for each additional word.If p.473-2919.4tchg5-10-17-24-31 MULTI-MMILY-Frkfoy/Saturday, 9 -.r a m.

Joseph K. Hewitt beekeeping office. 2tchrg. 5/31. 6/7, bills are mailed out, there will be a 1'A 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS from to 2 p.m. NO EARLY BIRDS lots of

Rt.1, Box 86 Hampton, FL 32044 $3.00 billing charge. $260 month. Cd 473-3682. Sony. bargains! 525 Dove Street. ltpdS-31 ,
468-1084 ____ Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 no pott. Equal Housing Opportunity. GAJlAGIIAU'rlday June 1, B a.m.,
Keystone H..., FL 32656 13 7699 Clover Lane. ltpd5.31

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Elementary School making straight A's for the fourth Jessica farterhilney Alvareanil Chris Wilkvrson.
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row: Alisha Patel Matthew Hull, Michael O'Stei-ii, Jessica nrllm IIII'll, Christopher Joseph,
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UNF to Sponsor Science Summer Camp July 30 Aug. 10 I

The College of Education and ponds, Mayport, and Guana State ticipants' parents and guardians
Human Services'curriculum and in- Park.

*7* ::1: ,, : r C 1 struction department will sponsor All camps are free and open to the For more information or a Science
the third annual University of North public. Transportation to and from Summer Camp application, call
4 Florida Science Summer Camp July UNF must be provided by par- 646-2578.
30 through August 10 at the University
.J of North Florida.
Open to all 5th and 6th graders,the I
Science Summer Camp is structuredso
: that both kids and instructors can r
r. h t learn to explore nature in a scientificand
fun way.
Camps are presently scheduledfor .
two sessions, July 30 through I
St Stx Aug. 4 and Aug. 6 through Aug 10. PINEHURSTVARIETY !
Each consisting of of
camp groups
'. !''f 11 to 12 children and directed by cer- 960 55 Sam
+ tified teachers, will participate in fip
tours at the UNF Nature Trails and

Come In and let Janet show you how to use paints I I

WANTED and fabric from our craft and fabric department to

5 HOMES create your own T-Shirt. We have a large selection

NEED PAINTING of paints,stencils, fabric and T-Shirts to choose
************* from.

25% OFF Janet is now available on Wednesday and Saturdayfrom

10am-6pm. She will be able to demonstratethe
************* new Home Micro Computer Sewing Machine

SURROUNDING AREAS TO DEMON- and three New Home MyLock Sergers.We .

The home ol Jl&Ddalland Evelyn Maycumber. ,located at 23 J S. Lake Ave.In CENTER.WINDOWS OFFER FROM GOOD THE HOME FOR IMPROVEMENT BRICK.WOOD. Bring in or pick-up your alterations between

Lake Butler,yea chosen by the Bradford Union Board of Realtor a*the Homeof FRAME OR ANY OTHER OWNER OCCUPIED 7am-8pm Mon.-Sat.,Sun. 9am-6pm.
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19th Century Lake Butler Home LIMITED AND TIME OFFERING ONLY.GREAT WE WILL SAVINGS USE THESE FORA > .Come in and""' '<- get! :you;':change" ;-: i t1X the',aundr6imatand 7\i] !

HOMES TO ADVERTISE AND SHOW OUR your last minute items is:: Bread;milk,and. cold
Chosen June Home of the Monthby NEW WOLVERINE VINYL SIDING MATERIALAND '. _'' "
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Sue Ellen Smith modern electrical system. From AVAILABLE WITH EZ TERMS. CALL
BCT Staff Wrll.r there he went on to restore the plumbing 904.378.3700, OR TOLL FREE 800.728.0564. Hwy. 100 S.Across from Southside Elementary
install central heat and and ,
When Randall and Evelyn air 4 4f ASK FOR TERRY
begin the interior.
Maycumber bought a 19th century RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS LIC RP0052673 'N> 'V/---
The house has amenities in- 't
home in Lake Butler and began
cluding six functional fireplaces,
to renovate it, their
making plans porches with lattice work, and a ,
Idea met with skepticism. The
was gazebo topped with its original spire. ; ; .
house, people said, required too Randall and Evelyn have tried to -
much work. It just couldn't be done. / : 'utQ oe -
remodel the interior and maintainthe
Three years later the two are proving original feeling of the old home. 2h r.HOME. ns T ;lfq>u : -9
that the house can be restored .J
The floors have been "pickled" to OP THE
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and in the process they have managed ,
give the illusion of to their sur-
to capture the BradfordUnionBoard faces. age ((3 MONTH (HI ,,
Realtors Home of the
Month Award of for June. Prison Randall,said,a he chaplin spends at about Florida 2 days State a Lti t T" BUY A HIGH EFFICIENCY

the week working on the house. He has
The Maycumbers purchased / -/-/.i
of work himself including
done much the -
two-story woodframe house at 235 S.
Lake Ave. in April of 1987. The ex- repainting the roof and A Air
pansive house was built in 1892 and gingerbread trim. : TRANE'

had never been modernly electrically Although a lot has been done to "n.. ,.. _. .. ...--.:- __ Conditioning5o
wired.So for Randall Maycumberthat restore the structure, there is still
was the first order of business.He more to do. But Randall does not From left,Evelyn and Randall
took to the task himself, conver- find the work daunting."I Maycumber and Realtor Harriett miltton people take comfirt in it Unit
ting the ancient wiring system into a know I can do it," he said. Maine

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3 Bradford County Students Win

I Get FREEElecttbSfcitic

Disnev Dreamers and Doers AwardsThree L.-. j Air

students from Bradford have a positive influence on those younger siblings and kept up with a_ Cleaner
County were honored on Friday, around them today, and they are the the very busy schedule of a working 0_ V V
May 18, as winners of the 1990 Walt hope for a better tomorrow." high school senior. She looks for- y
Disney World Dreamers and Doers Ashan,a member of the BITS Classof ward to attending Santa Fe Com- CACO18942
Award. 1990, has been the parent to three munity College in the fall.COUPON .
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Ashan Jenkins of Bradford High
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each district of the state who were >fCtm!artlHlt
invited to Disney World to receivethe
award. Presenting the award AND GENERAL REPAIR i

this the Cosby.year was Tempest Bledsoe of I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FL i SAWYER HEATING & AIR

The Dreamers and Doers Award is i 473-9543 SPECIAL-
presented to those who possess the 1103 South Walnut Starke
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Elrod, senior vice president, I 4963805Terwillegar
marketing,Walt Disney Attractions, 1.'R$1'995
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parents, friends and the Teachers of
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Dreamer and Doer. The Dreamersand
Doers honored ... are followersin
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students who give 110 percent to Chiropractic k ,. ls@ _

every effort they undertake. They Center THIS

BMS 8th Graders OVER 700 INSURANCE 1990 I X L. 1Lariat:- I
Dr. V.A. Berry
Visit TallahasseeEighth
graders from Bradford HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
Middle School recently spent a dayin NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS
Tallahassee touring college campuses MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
and the state's capitol
Upon their arrival in Tallahasseethe 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 >, '
group visited Florida A and M
University where they toured the
and the archives
which campus contained historical campus artifact 864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)

relative to Black culture.

Florida State University was the
next stop on the agenda for the mmw:
students. the students enjoyed lunchon
Landis Green, toured the Sports
Hall of Fame and toured the rest of UNCLE OSCAR'SVariety
the campus by bus.

The highlight of the trip was the
groups visit to the capitol.The group .

acted visited as the legislators Legislative would Chamber have and had ;;:,: ?Weve Got Salvage, Groceries :

the legislature been in session. The LOADED IYITH THE XLTEQUJPME! GROUP i i
students voted on topics such as the Farm Fresh Produce Ice Cream Cones : ;. ,
abortion issue, the length of the > f' VJSSS| Si
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where the group should eat dinner. HALF PRICE DOG & CAT FOOD Window'- 60/40 Cloth, ," Bench'Seats E1cct,.:AMWFMLess ,

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stop faoa,4t WHY PAY MORE? =: f" ,, ,; ,;'<> ", "'",#
to the Museum of Natural History. e +.w.
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