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: June 14, 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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rJUN 19 1990 FLA. HISTOI RY Bradford

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Some slight increase In temperatures will occur Friday, but a Sport.. . .. . ... ...IA
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Ocean, and holding temperatures down to near record lows. Coldhead Branch .. I.I3B \ \.,.:o ....
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The eastern breezes will bring a high surf for good surfing this Obltuorl Ad..e. . .. .-12B 110 Tk. \,) o\\>e -wberries This Side of Heaven
weekend. Tides will be high at 2:21 Friday afternoon,3:30: Saturday
and 4 p.m. Sunday. Surf temperature is 79 degrees. Living History..i40 o'\ 'S&1 STAKKE, FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
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Fish Kill in- Black Creek North Prong Prompts Acid Testing bv DER I

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Clay County EnvironmentalHealth northern bend about 2V4 miles southof not be reached Wednesday at his of- would be lethal to fish. Boggy DuPont mines, said the culvert pipeis
Director Gene Bray had ad- the Clay/Duval county line fice in Green Cove Springs for further Branch drains an area where the designed to drain surfaced water,
vised the public against swimmingor reported skin and eye irritation and information. DuPont Company has settling pondsfor which is naturally acidic.
eating fish from an area of the filed a complaint with the Florida its Highland mining operation,
from Investigators from DER and the
Parents Notica... North Prong of Black Creek north of Game and Fresh Water Fish Com Investigators the Jacksonville but DER investigators said they Fish and Game
Commission said
office of DER
mission. were taking could not take of the water
Boggy Branch through the Clay Hill samples
Parents are alerted by the school section of Clay County. water samples in the area Tuesday. from a pipe discharging into the that further water testing will determine
administration that statements for Bray said the advisory would remain Water collected in Boggy Branch, a creek because of thick vines and exactly what, if any,chemicalsare
books lost by students during the The warning came after a fish kill in effect until acidity In the Black Creek tributary about two foliage surrounding the area. causing changes in water con-
year will be included with with end- was reported and swimmers In a water returns to normal. Bray saidit miles northeast of Lawtey, Is said to tent of the North Prong of Black
of-the-year report cards. The swimming hole in the creek near its is being checked daily, but could have shown a degree of acidity that Don Luebke, plant manager of the Creek.

charges will have to be paid prior .J>.. _._.___- ""
to the student receiving new tex .
tbooks next school term. Landfill
Dispute '* rp 'ark
BHS Class of 1945... {

BHS Class of 1945 will hold its ri
reunion, Saturday, June 16, beginn- May Cost NRSWA I'S' s l
ing at 6 p.m., in the Starke
Woman's Club.
For information, call Warren
Winkler, ph. 964-7812 or 964-7596, or $275,000 in CourtBy
call Oleeta Hardenbrook, Ph.
984-6773. w.
Joe Cissy UCAP formed to
was organize opposition -
Pastor Appreciation... OCT Staff Writer to a hazardous waste treat-
Pine Valley Congregational Costs to defend against a lawsuit ment plant, and donations were
Holiness Church will hold Pastor and a request for an administrative solicited for that cause. Some who
Appreciation day, Sunday, June 17, hearing may cost $275,000, or even donated money for that cause have
at the 11 a.m. service, honoring the more to properly defend said New now asked for their money to be '
Rev. David L. Hodges, church River Solid Waste Association atreturned since the goals! of the 1 1i f
pastor. torney Jon Wershow. organization have changed.The .
Special events include gifts for lawsuit was brought by a Dissention has been growing J
fathers, guest speakers and dinneron Citizens Committee of Raiford last within the UCAP organization since
the grounds. Everyone is In- December, seeking a permanent Inplans were announced to locate a
vited. junction to stop placement of a solid solid waste landfill across the road i ..
waste facility at Ellerbee Curve in from the proposed site for a hazardous r .
Softball... Union County. Now, upon DER's waste treatment plant. oaf a
advertising that they intend to issue Residents near the site, who are
The Youth Softball Associationwill permit to NRSWA for construction members of UCAP, oppose both s' N
host a men's church Softball of the facility, the same group has operations. Others, realizing that a
tournament, Friday and Saturday, filed a petition for an administrative landfill is a necessary fact of life,
June 22-23 at the Edward's Road hearing, to voice their oposition to and hoping to keep costs within a ,
complex, in Starke. the facility. reasonable limit, have accepted the
Saturdays activities will includea "Can grant money be used for this tri-county regional association con- -i1
yard sale, dinners and a home- defense" asked Darrell O'Neall cept and its plan to locate a landfill
run derby, as well as Softball. Solid Waste Director for Bradford on land provided by the state to be
Come on out and join in the fun. County. located at a site approximately ".,"J.I,-'" '
"No it cannot "said Wershow "It ,." { .
equidistant from the three population ',' \
Brooker Council... must come from the counties." centers within the counties. t.
"Then that will mean more 1 ;. ;" ...,,\,,, ..,: ..
The Brooker Council will hold its taxes," said O'Neal. Bradford CounThe Suit... ." ''y h i
regularly scheduled meeting, Tues- ty is In a tight budget situation ; .
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day, July 3, at 7:30: p.m., rather without this added expense, he ex- "We assume they are going to proceed
than the second Tuesday in the plained. vigorously. That is only i .,
month. Council meeting will returnto In addition, the delay in opening a way I "could see that in we can s H HNFlorida
said Wershow making
four proceed, ,
the second Tuesday each monthin new regional landfill causing ---
an estimate of the costs of the litigation -
August: ,.. "._ .. .unlined and polluting landfllls.to -.* _. -r-
continue"In operation, instead of one
Job Corp... new, lined and clean landfill, said "This is just guesswork, we don'tknow Politics...
Association Engineer Frank Darabi. what is going to hap
Young men and women, ages Those who they are fighting don't know how it is going to happen, S.n. Lawton Chllei visits with Stark. Councilman
16-21, think about joining the Job pollution are say causing more pollution we are just at the very beginning of t V.rnon Sllcox. top Uft. Eating watermelon oH the
Corp. Free job training, self-paced by the delaying, he indicated. this whole thing," he said. of Chorda Water pickup truck are Bill
The time frame laid out by Wer- of and aorchardt 7. of Lak.
program, learn a skill, earn money Darabi also said that Dowling Stork. Timothy
while learn. For more info, the Curve speclflcashow landfill is about two years for the City top right. Joel Norman far Uft had the hot lob
you tions for Ellerbee
Job litigation. It will be from four to six of mat Buddy MacKay
contact Irene Pierce Johnson, exceed of the Department J cooking hamburgers. Running
Service of Florida, 1430 South FirstSt. of requirements Environmental Regulation, months at the earliest for an Administrative lft lays Chiles hat a chanc to change politic In
then another
Hearing, r
., Lake City, or call Ph. 758-0433. even though those requirements four months before a decision is Florida.
have again been changed! recently. made. After that the law Judge will

BHS Class of 1970... "Twenty two monitoring wells to collect those transcripts, consider
detect any pollution are in the design those findings, review the records
Festivities for the 20 year reunionof for the landfill, Darabi said. An 18 and several months after that will
the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled inch layer of clay Is the DER rehold a preliminary hearing in
for Friday and Saturday nights, quirement. Design at Ellerbee preparation for a trial. Apdg; I
October 2627. All graduates are Curve is for a 36 inch layer, he said, "If the whole process is followed, to the PeopleIt
urged to send in their reservation with a plastic liner above. it could take as long as two years,
forms and money to Mary Sue Wershow said.
Tomlinson ASAP to help cover the UCAP Switches... "As to what it will cost, I think you
costs of the reunion. The lawsuit filed in December are looking at legal fees of was like "the good ole days" before TV took over date to do the right thing, and show that people count
Please send $40 per couple or $20 1989, now has a preliminary hearing $100,000..expert witness fees of politics... back to the grassroots.., a real crowdfeederand more than money in our state politics."
per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, scheduled for July 14 in Circuit $50,000..additional engineering fees pleaser, with everything from corn on the cob (boil- Chiles credited ex-Sheriff John Whitehead of Union
RFD 5, Box 7641 Starke, 32091. Court in Tallahassee. The request of $50,000..costs of travel, consultant ed in the shuck) to barbecued chicken and watermelonfrom County for assisting Cason in staging Saturday's event,
The next meeting of the planning for an administrative hearing was fees to experts,court recorders, the back of a pick-up truck. which was also an open house to introduce the public to
committee is scheduled for Mon- entered June 7, just last Thursday. etc. $20-$25ooo, a total of $275,000 to And Walkin Lawton Chiles and his running mate, the new ownership and management of the Lake Butler
day, July 16, at 7:30: p.m., In the United Citizens Against Pollution properly defend against the action Buddy MacKay: were in their shirtsleeve and khaki- Farm Center. Chiles recalled that Whitehead had hosteda
home of Cindy Futch, 403 S. CherrySt. (UCAP) and the Town of Raiford that has been brought," Wershow pants element in a rural setting at Jack Cason's newly get-together for him early in his career when people
have joined forces with the Citizens told the board. acquired Lake Butler Farm Center complex on SR-121 were saying "Lawton who? when he first launched his
, of five local residents in from one end of the state to the other.
i For additional information, call Committee Board Chairman and Baker Com- South. walking campaign
I Cindy, ph. 964-8953, of David petitioning for the Administrative missioner George Knabb, in closing It was Saturday afternoon, with the week's worries "The food was great," Chiles said, "just like tonight:,
I, Kirkland ph. 473-2372. Hearing. the meeting,asked the citizens committee over, and folks from four counties were ready to mix except they offered me some chittlins, which I couldn t
Not all of UCAP's membership is to reconsider their action. and mingle and listen to the Chiles/MacKay team ex- refuse for fear of losing a vote. Well I chewed and chew-
lined up behind the opposition to a pound on their popular theme of returning Florida's ed,and more I chewed the bigger they got. I was in a ter-
BHS Class of 1980... solid waste landfill. The action was "We are looking at compost, we government to the people, and away from the big-money rible fix until I managed to slip behind a bush and get rid
The BUS Class of 1980 is set for taken after a telephone poll to some are looking at this anaerobic! givers and spenders. of them."
11 1990. Anyone at- of the members,said Dean Traylor, system, we are proceeding with Chiles hit a responsive chord, promising to deal with Acting as the front man and introducing Chiles, runn-
August may Vice-President of UCAP. A majority recycling." Rather than fighting MacKay said there is going to be a
tend it is not restricted to 1980 BHS crime by carrying a big stick, and making criminals ing mate Buddy
Call 964-7475 for in- of those polled wanted to oppose the each other, we could do good things work at community I projects in order to repay societyfor "tremendous change in politics in Florida. We're goingto
formation.graduates. ph. landfill, he said. by working together, he said. their crimes. "We,ve got to turn the spigot off er else make it a different stat If anybody can change it,

we'll never have enough prison beds," the retired Lawton can.
Festival. veteran U.S. Senator said. He advocates more "boot In a second speech outside as rain drizzled lightly,
Art ..
Summer SchooSummer ,1 Starts Mondaybreak camps" to deal with younger criminals who haven't yet Chiles tld; the North Florida crowd he"knows "when
Keystone Heights Is planning it's learned the meaning of the word discipline,or the rightsof they give their word you can count on it.
13th annual Festival of the Lakes school begins at 8 a.m. even point, says Assistant others. To state employees Chiles promised support, saying:
Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day Monday, June 18, at Bradford High Principal John Arthur Reddish. Laying emphasis on victims' rights, rather than "Nobody who works for the state is a lard brick."
week-end, Saturday and Sunday, School for students who need to criminal rights, Chiles said "We've forgotten who our As governor, Chiles promised to pass more dollars
September 12.Applications. make up credits or for students who Summer school Is in session from 8 customers are..the taxpayers who pay the bills. We cut and more authority back to local government.Law .
are now being ac- wants to take physical education. a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Monday through out the customers in our eagerness to ensure the rightsof enforcement is not something 'a Chiles-MacKay
cepted for participation In the BHS will offer math, science, Thursday each week, with a criminals. Let's not have any more revolving prison administration would gloss over. Chiles promotes work
show. Contact person, Karen English, and social studies. Summer 30-minute lunch. Students are free to doors." camps for teen criminals, treatment centers for drug
McGill, ph. 473-4807, Keystone school runs for 22 days six hours per leave campus for lunch or may use a Chiles and MacKay both emphasized they were rely addicts, and promises to keep violent criminals in
Heights City Hall, ZIP 32656. day, from 8 a.m. to 2:45: p.m. A stu- snack machine and drink machine ing on groups like the estimated 1,000 who gathered at prison.The.
dent must attend 132 hours to earn a located in the gym. Cason's farm center last Saturday afternoon, to becomethe cheapest dollar on crime is spent the poor and
Middleburg Festival... credit, which means a student can Dress code for summer school is nucleus of their campaign. "If you can give$100 (the women for health care, Chiles said. A healthy child is
take only one academic course. the same as for regular session. maximum allowed by the Chiles/MacKay team) we'dlike the head start on preventing crimes he said. "We'llnever
The Historic artists Middleburg and crafters Festivalis to The PE Department is offering to have those big checks. But if you can't afford build enough prisons if we don t start at the top

seeking basketball, volleyball, tennis, touch $100, then give five dollars or $10, or whatever you can end.
annual arts
participate festival in the 4th slated for Satur- football, weight lifting, and table At Middle School... afford. We are depending on you to give what you can, Chiles repeatedly returned to his"We campaign betting- peopleare the
and crafts than
and ask each of to contact 10 more to us more important money.
games. Classes are open to both At the Bradford Middle School you persons join and don'twant
day, Oct. 20. in this I to return government to the people, Sen. people will respond, Chiles said. He MacKay
David Hurse
Last year the festival attracted"thousands" boys and girls. Coach summer sessions began June 12 but i fight. to be obligated to big business or big money. They
Chiles said."We're
would especially like new football students can still enroll through Fri-
of visitors accordingto from the
mandate people.
to make a change in the politics want a
to be the junior varsity June 15.Students going way
players, on day, in thegovernor's
don't want the big dollar. Four
the "We years
sponsors. Chiles said. "We have chance to
In Florida a
team to work out this summer. PE who did not to operates ,
For further information, please progess mansion on big money wouldn t be worth a
if the will back and I
here people us up,
students can earn one-half or a full the next grade level can take said.
believe damnit'd be like prison,
call Mara Ph. 282-9169. a
credit. courses in which they were retained they will. We want to to Tallahassee with a man-

Upcoming... Twenty students are needed to Math,science, language arts, social
Public meetings scheduled in the support each class. That's sort of a studies.

coming weeks are:

day Ha Starke,.June city 19, at council 7:30: p.m.meets, in Tues-City High Bacteri Count Causes Crystal- Lake- \vilIJllingHan- --- .

school boardmeets
Bradford County
Monday, June 25, at 7 p.m. By Ann SponholtzWOorof water sports at Camp Crystal, a acceptable coliform count is 1,000per The tests are expected to be com- pinpoint the source of the con-
board camp located on the lake and owned 100 milliliters. Coliform is a pleted for theUake, other than for the tamination.
Bradford County zoning
the lake. Region MonitorA and Alachua bacteria. camp permit, by the end of next In the meantime, Camp Crystalhas
operated by County
June 26 at 7
meets Tuesday fl.mx high coliform bacteria count has School Board. Bray said health hazards week. suspended all water sports and
in Starke City Hall. resulted in a recommendation by the with In water Bray recommends that area
All other Clay County and associated swimming Bray said Bradford County officials
board Thursday camps
meets -
Starke zoning Health Department,for residents "curtail "
Clay public swimming areas in the Lake with above acceptable levels of col- are now in process of sampling swimming.
June 28, at 7 p.m., In Starke area residents to curtail swimmingin Region, including Camp Immokaleeon iform could include dysentery, the Uko walcc ul Camp Mon- Camp Crystal officials are ex-
City Hall. Crystal Lake, "ending the resultsof Brooklyn Lake and Keystone salmonella and hepatitis. tgomeryllocated on Crystal Lake in pected to request use of Keystone
Starke City Council meets Tuesday water ; of the lake Beach alternative water
san Uigs Beach Lake Geneva received the Bradford County portion of the as an sports
July 3, at 7:30: p.m., in City located north of SR-100 between on Since the results of the Camp area for their summer campers.The
Hall. Keystone Heights and Starke. permits following testing. Crystal testing showed unacceptablelevels lake.The request was to be made at the City
Brooker Council meets Tuesday The recommendation came Gene Bray, Clay County en- of coliform bacteria Bray source of till: cimUimiiialioii, Council meeting Tuesday night
July 3 CUr 7:30: p.m.. in City following routine water sampling of vironmental health director said the said the county decided to check the usually associated with human (after press time
Hall. The meeting has been all Clay County public swimmingareas survey taken in the swimming area entire lake. this sampling began and/or animal fecal matter, has not Bray said this is the first time
rescheduled from its regular date by the Clay County Health at Camp Crystal revealed the lake last week and calls for three consecutive be determined. Bray said Ihut once Camp Crystal has been denied a per-
the! second Tuesday in the month. Department. That sampling had a coliform count greater than days of drawing samples all the samples are tested from mit due to contamination of Crystal
resulted in the co-uity not permitting 1,600 per 100 milliliters of water, An weekly over a three week period. various parts of the lake, it may help Lake.I .



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Allen VotedBradford .

t f County

Teacher of YearSocial

Studies Teacher Scott W. university for required educational
: Allen was voted by his peers courses for teaching. He will be
"Teacher of the Year' for Bradford returning to BUS for the 1990-91
High School and Bradford County school term.
I nominee for the state "Teacher of Allen and his wife, the former Linda
_ _ the VNlr." Salver, have a fifteen month old
daughter: Amber. They live in

Allen 28, has taught at BHS for Gainesville.
must be
education a
five outstanding
establishing an
rapport with students and staff cooperative effort between the
: according to an official in the administrative schools community parents and
office. students. Everyone has to work

... ,_sTeachers -, -... A 1986 graduate of the Universityof together teacher says from Allen.A Okeechobee. County
Florida Allen first received a
of Year Honored at School Board Meeting.... bachelors degree in advertising (in won the state-wide "Teacher of
the Year" designation.
to the
1984) to returning
school superintendent Jim Duncan presents an award to Bradford County Teresa Patterson. Starke Elementary Lynn Marshall. Hampton
I Teacher-of-the-Year Scott Allen. Allen was voted Teacher of the Year Elementary and Bobby Milner Vo Tech. Winning_...., bat not In UM
for BUS. Duncan also presented Teacher of the Year awards for their picture were Marilyn Vellenga. Brooker Elementary" George.......
respective schools to I-r) Helen Shuford. Lawtey Community School; Bradford Middle School. ,

I Brooker in StaLe Budget for New City Hall I IB

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Busier Rohn Clerk Thomas said she plans to be sign an agreement, accepting agreed.In told the council that chances of getting Attorney Hobbs did not return a
aCT Staff Writer on vacation during the regularly responsibility for payment of the the May council meeting a Community DevelopmentBlock phone call concerning details of the
Brooker Clerk Charlene Thomas scheduled July council meeting and work, not to exceed $5,000. The city several people registered complaints Grant for Brooker are good ordinance.The .
said Rep. George Grady (D. Yulee) asked the council to set another council agreed to allow CouncilChairman about billing and services of since the 1990 Florida Legislaturetold council discussed a store signon
has advised her office that Brookeris date. George Pierce to sign the Bronson Cable TV, resulting in the Department of Community the corner of SR-18 and SR-231.
in the state appropriations budgetfor The council agreed to reschedulethe agreement, in lieu of Mayor Ted Councilman!! Gene Melvin inviting Affairs to fund a minimum of 80 projects after Councilwoman Sue Davis saidthe
$50,000, earmarked for a new City July meeting from the second Bigham, but only after a lengthy Tom Hulett, president of Bronson this year and any municipality sign blocks the view of north
Hall building. The council, Tuesday in the month to the first discussion about "unfunded man Cable to meet with the council in its having an incompleted grant will be bound traffic coming from
meeting Tuesday, June 12, WES told Tuesday July 3. dates." June meeting. ineligible for a new grant until all Gainesville, creating a traffic
that Gov. Bob Martinez has until Thomas said the North Central Bigham did not attend the Hulett attended the meeting say former grants have been closed. hazard.
June 30 to veto the appropriation Florida Regional Planning Council meeting. ing, "I came to listen. Edwards said Brooker may still Marshal Tommy Raulerson''
bill, or allow it to become law. (NCFRPC) has advised grant funds The deed to the Farmer's Market Hulett said there had been some qualify for a grant in spite of the pointed out the sign meets legal requirements -
Brooker currently utilizes the for planning the 1991 ComprehensiveLard property has been recorded Thomas problems, but they are being ad- fact that only one minority family for being behind the
former railroad depot for its Use Plan are no longer said, but the city needs to have the dressed. No'one complained.When lives within the city limits. sidewalk on private property, and
business office,which provides sufficient available, and funding will have to property surveyed. City Attorney asked about getting cable The Brooker council took no action although Davis is right about the
space for accounting activities, be made from city funds. In the past, Johnny Hobbs said he has contacted outside the city limits Hulett said nor did it discuss seeking a sign blocking the view of oncoming
but space for holding council NCFRPC has prepared plans for Bradford County Surveyor Pat "Residents living outside town will grant following Edward's presentation. traffic there is little legal recource.
meetings is inadequate for public municipalities and counties for Welch who estimated the cost of a have to share in the cost of running Raulerson/ said he will discuss the
forums. The former depot, which whatever funds were furnished by survey at "less than $2,500." cable." No estimate of cost was matter with the store owner, in an
has been renovated for city use,continues the state but since the source has Pierce observed that funding for given. Other Actions... attempt to get the portable sign
to sit within a few feet of the dried up, NCFRPC is asking for the survey is not in the current Ordinance relocated.
railroad. When long coaltrainspass each entity to fund the mandated budget and the project should be Grant Funds... 90-3 The on council its second approved reading by At- Attorney Hobbs will review the
business has to be suspended planning. tabled until after the 1990-91! budget .feasibility of a sign ordinance
Dick Edwards, representing aRrant torney Hobbs regarding a municipalland
of the noise. NCFRPC has asked Brooker to has been
prepared. The council writing firm in Tallahassee, use plan. and/or a traffic light.

I County CO Fired After Sexual Harassment Investigation bv Sheriff's OfficeAfter I

investigating sexual har- Davis' record-was a child molestation privately and under oath. Deputy rassment six month
Office or file a sexual harrassment complaints. His full investigation probationary status and
rassment complaints by six white charge which had been dropped, Henry said the women stated Davis
complaint With the state labor was started Monday could be terminated with cause.
female employees at the county jail the sheriff told the
Sheriff Kenneth fired Telegraph tried to pressure them into sex, offered board. June 4, and he, along with Lt. Ray
bridge correct Wednesday. them money in exchange for mond Hunt and Communications Investigator David Aderholt told
onal officer' chael Anthony Etheridge said the investigationwas sex, tried to kiss and hug them, and Complaints have been filed with Supervisor Brenda Dean spoke with the Telegraph that the GainesvilleSun
Davis, 29, w"- Speedvllle. completed Monday June 11, touched their breasts as stated in the State Office and
Attorney's article
each of the complaintants and the is incorrect in so far as it
.... ..
Davis had u employed "it the and Davis was terminated Tuesday the Gainesville Sun in an article witnesses have been subpoenaed to three presented their findings to concerned him
jail as a correctional officer since .
June 12.Chief headed "Bradford workers upset testify.In Sheriff Etheridge. Henry said it was
March. Sheriff Etheridge said Davis Deputy Pat Henry, who con- over sex charges." his recommendation after a lengthy Twelve women are employed at
had worked with the prison systempi ',, ducted an Inv tI ation into the har- Deputy Henry said he advised the his filed report Chief Deputy June 4 meeting with the sheriff that .the county jail, threeof.wbom.Ar.e
ior to working at the jail.The only rassment complaints, said he ques- women they can file criminal said he After
complaints Henry was first called June Officer Davis either resign his position black. Davis' firing,,two male
criminal charge in evidence. ... .fn....... tiqned,each Of thf| six women twice, through the State Attorney's I! 2, a Saturday/ about the sexual bare or be fired.Davis was stil under black men are employed a the jail.
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5' Central Telephone May Raise Monthly Service Rates

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Central Telephone Company of adjust prlces-for Individual optional customers could make 30 calls per Under the incentive plan, Centel plan, to be called "Option 30", would 'Current and Proposed
Florida this week filed a proposed services such as custom calling month. Each additional call would will offer enhanced srevice stan be offered to residential customerswho Monthly Service Kales
"incentive regulation" and rate plan features or equipment cost 10 cents. dards. Customers would receive one use the phone less frequently.For .
with the Public Service Commission. enhancements up or down within an Cross pointed out that Centers! months free basic service: t' a reduced charge of 60 percentof Kingsley Lake and LawioyR
The rate filing proposes a raise In approved range to compete in basic rate proposal would protect .If service is not Installed Jtiy the. the residential one-party rate, ..'ld'nc* su.inns
basic telephone rates. John P. today's rapidly changing telephone customers from rising local service due date. i iIf customers could make 30 calls per Currant $5.00 $11.25
Frazee Jr., chairman and chief ex- marketplace. prices, except for fiscal Impacts service is not restored within 24 month. Each additional call would Propood. 7.13 17.20
ecutive officer, of Centel Corporation If approvced by the commission, such as taxes that are beyond hours of a reported outage (except in cost 10 cents. Change $2.43 $5.95
said the proposal will regulate the highest monthly charge for basic Centel's control. instances of natural disasters causing PSC regulatory safeguards would
prices enhance service standardsand residential service would be $9.95, Basic service rates would be linked widespread outages.) remain in place.Revenues Starke
modernize the network to meetcustomers' up from the current $6 charged in to price controls that allow rate .If repair appointments are not generated would fund Current $5.49 $12.35
needs. Tallahassee. The highest monthly adjustments based on inflation but met by the appointed date. new facilities needed to provide ser PropoMd '..6 19.04
"We have a responsibility to charge for basic business sorvice include mandatory offsets for productivity "Centel's current rates for basic vice to Centel's raplldy growing service Chang $2.97 $6.69
generate sufficient revenues to meet would be$22.36. up from the current improvements, giving service rank among the lowest in the areas and provide incentives to
our customers' basic and advanced $13.48 charged in Tallahassee.At Centel the opportunity to increase state and in the nation," said Cross. continue modernizing the telcom-
needs now and In the future," the same time, Centel has asked earnings through increased efficien- For example, a comparable basic munications network, said Cross. our service area and the increasding
Frazee said.Under for interim rates of residential cies.PSC residential rate in Pensacola Is $9.15 Under the incentive plan, Centel! demands for new and advanced ser-
the proposal, Centel- and 15.77 business that would go In- regulatory safeguards would and the business rate In $24.90. will offer enhanced service stan- vices," said Cross.
Florida rates would be set by a price to effect within the next 60 days. remain in place.If Jackson, Miss.'s basic residentialrate dards. Customers would receive one Central Telephone Company of
cap index procedure for a four-year Cross said these prices are for approved, the proposed incen- Is$19.01 and the business rate is months free basic service: Florida is a subsidiary of Chicage-
period beginning in 1991. Annual in- basic local service only and do not tive regulation plan would grant $48.65." .If service is not installed by the based Centel Corporation, a local exchange
creases would be allowed only under include additional charges such as Centel some pricing flexibility for In- "Even though the proposed rates due date. telephone and cellular com
very limited circumstances.The the federally mandated subscriberline dividual optional services that would would be higher than currently elf service is not restored within 24 munications: company. Centel
Incentive regulation proposal charge, taxes, optional custom allow the company to be more com charged," Cross said, "they would hours of a reported outage(except in serves more than 1.5 million
would provide Centel with incentivesto calling features or long distance petitive and react more quickly to still remain on the low side of instances of natural disasters causing customer lines in nine states. In
better meet customers needs calls. changes in the marketplace. taday's economy. He pointed out widespread outages.) Florida, the company serves approximately -
through Improved productivity, In- Under the proposal,a new optional Revenues generated would fund that the Consumer Price Index has .If repair appointments are not 263.000 customer linesIn
novation, modernization 'and cost plan to be called "Option 30' would new facilities needed to provide ser gone up 113 percent in the past 14 met by the appointed date. 12 counties covering a 6,300
control. be offered to residential customerswho vice to Centel's rapidly growing ser years. Increasing the prices Centel- "Without the changes requested in square mile area of North Florida,
Centel-Florida Vice President use the phone less frequently.For vice areas and provide incentives to Florida pays for goods and our filing with the Commission, we Including Tallahassee and. Fort
Dale Cross said that, under the plan, a reduced charge of 60 percent continue modernizing the telcom- services." will find it increasingly. difficult toT Walton Beach.
Centel would have some flexibility to of fttf rmtrionMnl nn.>-inrtv| rate. munications network, said Cross. Under tho 1"1"! "."' a new optional ,I", wing needs in

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Landfill Grant Now in NRSWA HandsBy

Joe Cissya Hearing to voice oppobilion to the to build due to thin layers of pollute the areas where they are
SloH Writer landfill. material needed, and may be 2 to 3 located until a new landfill is open-
New River Solid Waste Associa- The petitioners are local residents times more expensive than PINEHURSTVARIETY
tion was told by its attorney, Jon Maxie D. Wilkinson, John L. Wilkinson estimated.The ed.Grant monies cannot be used to
Wershow, at its regular meeting Robert J. Anderson, Johnnie L. petitioners claim they cannot finance the litigation,said Wershow, 964 551 P>n
June 12 at the Baker County courthouse Griffis, William J. Griffis, Town of list all statements disputed at this therefore it is likely that taxes will S
that a two million dollar Raiford c/o J. D. Griffis Mayor; time due to a lack of time to study have to be raised in the three counties Pin
grant has been received from the and United Citizens Against Pollu- the application for permit. NRSWA to balance an already tight
Department of Environmental tion, Inc., c/o Dean Traylor, Vice- contends that a copy of the application budget.In r
Regulation. President.The has been on file in each courthouse & ,' :
The grant was authorized by the petition states, "Each of the since November 1989, and Other Matters... 1: N.. r 'J't ,. :
1989 Legislature for the purpose of :. ..... ,' <. "
named individuals are property notices were published in local The association approved an / ,< <" ;f .
constructing a tri-county regional owners whose lands adjoin, or are in newspapers to make the public order for a truck and containers to WESTERN
landfill and solid waste operation for close proximity to, the proposed aware. collect recyclables, to be placed at :
Bradford, Union and Baker counties landfill site, and stand! to be directly Petitioners request that New solid waste collection centers ;f
and all DOC institutions within the adversely affected by the following River Solid Waste Association be re- throughout the tri-county area. &. SHIRTS. ;
three counties. The only restrictionson aspects of said landfill site: pollutionand quired to take the following actions: These containers are attractive "igloos" Y <*V, ( .; , use of the money is that it be used deterioration of their potable (A) Seek a more suitable location
made of and in dif
for construction of a regional solid water supply, increase in possibly based on the natural defenses of the ferent, colors for different plastic materials, ji' :;'"
waste facility. disease carrying flies and other in- land, and not on availability. (B) and can be placed at shopping \'r12': SC;< OFFYWe .j,". ,
Also, Wershow reported that a sects; endangering the health and Base its site location on the centers, schools, or places where 5 o,. :: -=:,." ;,:'", < ,
deed to the 200 acre site at Ellerbee welfare of their families and Preliminary Soil Survey of Union recyclable materials can be col-
Curve has been received. The deed livestock; and a decrease in the land County published by the United lected. They are made for dumpinginto do alterations.
carries a five year reverter clause, values in the area.Additionally States Soil Conservation Service.C a truck with separate bins for
that if no construction has been danger to 85 wells, ( ) Fully comply with Chapter 403, each material, to be hauled to Bring in or pick-up your alterations
started within that time, the land the water supply of the town of Florida Statutes, and Chapters 17-3, market. Mon -Sat.
between .
will revert back to the State of Raiford, is in danger from pollutionin 17-4, and 17-701, Florida Ad- Preliminary budget figures for 7am-8pm ,
Florida. case of an emergency such as a ministrative Code, and other applicable the association for fiscal 1990-91 Sun. 9am-6pm.
hurricane methane will be releasedin law and "
proceedings. show an estimated need for $500,000
Intent To Permit... large quantities into the at- The petition was prepared by Bill of intergovernmental revenue.
The Department of Environmental mosphere, along with other gases A. Corbin, Blountstown,Attorney for Broken down by counties, Bradford i Coin and C: get yoiidiange( ttbeJ auidzInato .
Regulation has been studying the which could cause an explosion or petitioners, who had already filed a County will need $116,961 ((44.6(,);i wind mfinut .itemstBr ad, 1\i1k'and; cold"m.2'i
plans and application submitted by odors.Petitioners. civil action in the Circuit Court in and your last
cause Baker County $91,785 (35%) >'<' '. : ,., ,y', .. ,.,?:: '" '"
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NRSWA early last fall and has claim the site processis Tallahassee, seeking a permanent Union County $53,497 (20.4%). ;< f-'WiP'ij'.0 l';> tri' INI. <"fi Jf'f IW /!' :",
advertised its notice or intent to questionable, the site was chosen injunction against the landfill at These figures include the
issue a construction permit for the due to availability of land and not Ellerbee Curve.Association estimated cost of litigation from the Southslde
Ellerbee Curve landfill and solid because the site is well suited for a lawsuit and Administrative Hearing Hwy. 100 S.Across from Elementary
waste collection center. landfill. attorney Jon Wershow requested by the Citizens Committeeof
The Association has also receiveda Recycling has not been includedas estimates cost of the litigation is Raiford. //A"'i) --
notice filed by five local residents a means to reduce the solid waste likely to reach $275,000 and requireup
the Town of Raiford and UnitedCitizens by at least 30 percent by the year to two years to complete. Meanwhile -
Against Pollution that they 1994 the four illegal and unlined I,
-ere' requesting an Administrative '" 14e 1 lagfiiil'yv% \\1{ be very:eicpeijsive :'landfills'now l >> : in use will continue to157Arrests'M
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Law enforcement officers in Brad arrests, 51 misdemeanor, 19 DUI mainder being miscellaneous calls.
ford County made 157 arrests in and 18 arrests for driver s license .
May with the Sheriffs office accounting violations.The .
for 94 arrests,city officers, jail received 795 telephonecalls The Sheriff's office is taking applications ,..,
45 arrests and Florida Highway resulting in 77 felony in- for male and female correctional
Patrol making 18 arrests. vestigations 3 missing persons, 19 officers for shift work at
Included in the total were 63 felony fires, 30 burglaries and the re- the jail. '

Rangers Win Dixie Boys League Championship >

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have won the championship of the Mavericks 20-2 June 6. Leading the Dolphins with a home L.RIGHT i
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Poindexter 0, '
last only during the cool early mprntng!

Court (Part I of a two-part dlscttnion of hours but as the sun : during -
Treatment Sympathetic Bradford County's unique wildflower mid-morning ng the fragile petals of

which Is threatened with extinction the flower begin to wither and gradually -
from lie loss of plnvlttnd habitat.) melt away in the heat:'The flowersare
Remember the old fable about the enough level in government he can ex- ** single-petal and about 2* Inches
pect r'kinder. gentler" treatment when it wide.
mountain and bringing forth a
straining 'em the
Maybe you've seen along
time for sentencing. went test.
comes his on
mouse? road and wondered what they were. t.IXEA Mr.Small and group
Indeed, if President Reagan had beenon Maybe you've passed them while hurrying Johns County where ixia had been
Well the judicial system has strained the bench Poindexter would not have'been by on the way to work or school reported, but were disappointed to find
again and brought forth a slap on the and failed to notice.In that the place where',the plant had
wrist for Admiral Poindexter of tried at all, because Mr. Reagan, In grown most abundantly had been con-
in- his kinder, gentler way, did not believe any event you were passing by one verted into a vast cultivated field.Suchis
Iran/Contra fame or should we say that laws had been violated in the of nature's botanical curiosities a the Ixia's fate todaythe. loss of
famy? any flower that was first recorded by the habitat due to cultivation and other
took timeto
first place. Apparently, nobody famous naturalist William Bertram on of the land-'That is why
Involve- development
Poindexter, whose criminal ten him. his travels afoot through Florida in 1769 and conservationists are
ment In the scandal could have brought After all all that Poindexter did was -221 years: ago. now concerned that the flower will soon

him 25 years in prison and fines up to to commit five felony charges for lying to It !Is a beautiful flower with strange become extinct unless protective
$1.25 million,received a token sentence of habits that make it even more Intrigu- measures are taken.It .
six months in a gentleman's prison, and Congress in an effort to conceal that his ing to botanists, who are now fighting to c.5rLESTINA.i is a very sensitive and delicate
impressed subordinate, Col. Oliver North, secretely keep it from extinction. It is found only under
no fine at all. The Judge was evidently plant and will exist only certain
President-Bush'. appeal a violated a congressional ban by raising in six Northeast Florida counties conditions. 'The site where it was
by funds for the Contras and supplying them Bradford, Clay, Alachua, Putnam, St. originally found in Bradford County,
kinder gentler" world and felt that
Johns and the southern part of Duval '
with in violation of the law. old Road 13 (now' U.S. 301)
weapons, along
Poindexter had suffered enough by Incur- Jurors found that the Admiral also and nowhere else in the world.It halfway between Starke and Lawtey, is

ring such "large legal bills". obstructed congressional efforts to learn has a fancy botanical name, Salp- now occupied by a secondhand auto
Ingostylis Coelestina, and has been store, and other locations have
bills" is parts
Incurring "large legal a
about secret U.S. arms sales to Iran, and
featured In newspaper and magazine been taken over by motels, jiffy stores,
general complaint anyone hauled into diversion of illegal profits to the Contras. articles, as well as the Journal of the and farming operations.The .
court these days, but few are rewardedwith New York Botanical Gardens. When -moist
Poindexter also engaged in the destruc- his thrives only 'in flat
such kinder gentler treatment as Bartram first sighted It he wrote glowingly -
best .in
woods and did earlier
tion of evidence including 5,000 computer pine ,
Admiral Poindexter received. In his Journal describing "azure woods "burned
when the were
memos dealing with the Nicaraguan sup- fields of cerulean ixea"while collectinga years ,
regularly each season, keeping
Even the independent prosecutor in the ply mission, and a presidential authorization specimen from the Kanapaha Prairiein off"down competition from other under

case took a kinder gentler. stance and by Reagan for shipping arms to Iran. Alachua County. brush. The bulbs from which,it grows
said the sentence was 'very fair and very After discovery by Bartram the Ixia also seem to like the ground, to be
proper", adding that it should alert other The presiding federal judge also somehow was misidentified under disturbed at intervals by tractor operations

public officials that "When you serve in that a longer sentence for Poindexter another name and was lost to botanists or the cutting of timber. The
nigh office..you must do so would be because six other until 1931 when John K. Small of the i flower is also partial to ground where
government defendants in the scandal had received New York Botanical Gardens Joined an pine trees grow naturally, letting the
with the highest levels integrity and instead of jail terms. You can'tget "expedition" led by a botanist from the sun shine in between them; but ixia are
honesty". But it also sends the message probation University of Florida and rediscoveredfields I not found in planted acreages;where the
that if the convicted person is at a high anymore "kinder and gentler" than of lavender ixla blooming In the i sun is largely shut-out,
that. early morning hours in the pine flats of
the Ixia have been
In recent years
Bradford County, between Starke andLawtey.
found along highway shoulders but not
period of activity. Of course, the color in large quantities such as those found
Americans Want Mother Earth As recorded by botanist Small in the (lavender-violet) of the corolla seemedto thirty or forty years ago.
Botanical Journal: argue against the second alternative.
Journal Mr. Small
I In the Botanical
Taken Off ListAs "Seven o'clock in the evening of June "Direct observation being the only writes: "This humble and individually
Endangered 9th found us near Starke Florida at way of solving this problem,we decidedto unassuming plant has been 'driven
one of the localities marked for the let the plant answer for itself and from pillar to post' since its discovery"by
plant sought. Partly ripe pods were started for the field the next morning Bartram in 1769. And thereby hangsa
in many other fields such as vironmental protection efforts. abundant among the grass, but no before dawn. The flowers had not been tale. It has now entered upon a new

fighting drugs, improving education, and Strong support was also expressed for flowers could be found in the flatwood. open during the night, so the second role and is the subject of some con-
of the habits of
automatic public Knowing something alternative troversy as state and federal forces
regulating weapons, was eliminated. As the sun
air such those
and pollution measures as sug- iridaceous plants we were not the buds burst seek to prevent it from extinction.The .
sentiment is far ahead of state in California strict the rose swelling open .
gested including discouraged. Returning early
After about three hours the perianth
in the fieldof
federal officials
government emission controls on power plants and following morning we were rewardedby showed signs of withering and by about Federal Fish and Wildlife Ser-
protecting the environment.A the sight of fields of flowers, which,
bans on household aerosol products, nine o'clock the daily routine was at an vice currently proposes to determine
however, only a faint Idea of what
recent National Media and charcoal lighter fluid and non-radial tires were the gave beauty of these areas at the end." Bartram's Ixia, a perennial herb in the

Associated Press survey showed that that release rubber particles into the air. height of the flowering season as in- iris family,to be an endangered species
four out of five Americans believe that dicated by the very numerous ripening As described in the Journal each pursuant to the Endanger' SpeciesAct
The also indicated low consists of small bulb that Is
survey a degreeof capsules. These were so numerous that plant a sup- of 1973. This effort opposed by
pollution threatens the quality of their optimism for improving the environ- Bartram's statement about "azure ports a stem resembling native wire large timber companies who fear that

lives, and most of those questioned in the ment in the future unless stronger fields of cerulean Ixea" seems perfectly branch which rarely has a lateral banning certain insecticides in Ixla-
'survey favor a tougher counteroffensivethat and justifiable. or leaf. The bud begins forming areas will adversely affect
measures are adopted by state planted '
about midnight and develops throughthe
forestry operations. .
would outlaw such
things as cancer-
federal governments. Only one-third of 'The very noticceable early wither- night, slowly at first then bursting s
causing pesticides, plastic fast-food containers those questioned thought pollution would ing of the flowers interested us greatly.It into flower at sunrise. This phase of the Ixia's long and exceedingly -
disposable diapers excessive indicated either exceptionallyshort variable career,will be
decrease in the future while 44
percent The blooming Is from middleto this
of and diurnal period or the end of a period discussed in another article on
packaging consumer products, believed it would increase. Toxic waste longer, perhaps mainly nocturnal late May and early June. The flowers page next week.

stronger measures to prevent oil spills. disposal continued to have the highest .-.... .._ ._ r., -
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Overall the survey found a continuing priority, with sixty-five percent saying "" I''j= II"" "," btL'Ailu11&Y0'lQh."I..nJI nl !

high level of concern in all areas of the this issue required urgent government u .1 I" .sv,iluty, i itbmHt IIA
country about threats to the environ- action no matter what the cost. f

ment. Three out of every four citizens Government should get the message: A Letters to The Editor

questioned said anti-pollution laws and majority of the people are willing to do

their enforcement are too weak to be ef what it takes to get Mother Earth off the Hampton Elementary Holding Flag Up Thanks Expressed '
fective. also state and federal
They gave marks in their endangered species list, even though it Faculty Thanks Takes 112HoursStanding To Those Who HelpedGet
governments en-
poor means paying more taxes. Career Day Helpers at AttentionDear Funds for Gym

As teachers we became increasinglyaware Editor: Editor, Telegraph:

that our school system needed to On June 1, as graduation exercises Special thanks are In order for the
Welfare Without Workfare place more emphasis upon career began at Bradford High School persistence of Representative George

I education beginning at the elementary Stadium, the clouds rolled In. the sky Crady and the support by'Representative -
Leads to Loss of IncentiveAfter level. Furthermore we were very con- turned dark and the winds got blustery.The Chance Irvine and Senator
cerned about the drop out rate of our ROTE color guard placed the flag Sherry Walker for the inclusion of the
students at the secondary level. Out of staffs and all was ready. Gymnasium renovation in ,the educa-
these concerns, Career Day at Hampton tion budget that will be sent to the
meeting with President George Then the winds kicked
level existence, with less chance Elementary was born. up-an Governor. '
Bush in Washington recently, USSR breaking out of the situation with each American flag was blown over onto a
President Mikhail Gorbachev visited bed of flowers. At this time, ROTC Words cannot adequately express my
passing year.Congressmen. We have just completed our third an- cadet Jason Johns attempted to secure appreciation to my fellow school board
San Francisco, where he addressed a and white collar civil nual successful Career Day and we the flag staff but the wind was too members for their letters and calls to
group, saying ''a' lack of incentive" by the welfare would like to take this opportunity to strong for It to stand on its own. So, the legislators; to Superintendent Jim
Russian workers is one of the problemsin service job use publicly thank the following for through his own initiative, Cadet Johns Duncan for his efforts with legislators,
the communistic state. system to perpetuate themselves in of- volunteering their time, energy, and in took the flag staff and held the lobbyists and explanations to.Depart-
fice, at the expense of uetroying the people many cases free materials to our American flag at the position of atten- ment of Education; Joan Rogers for
Why did it take the Russians 70 yearsto they claim to assist. students. tion for a period of an hour and a half. her many typed letters to the

figure out this quirk in human The often hears and talks legislators; and to Harry Landrum of
nature? Probably the same reason the There is universal approval of a Laura Flanagan, Zookeeper (Santa about the public negative things that happenat the Florida Optometrist Associationand
welfare system that assists people Fe Community College); Vicki schoolsuch to Jim Dunaway of the Northeast
American Congress hasn't come to as fights, skipping and
same conclusion in the American unable to work, the aged and the disabled Thomas, Department of Transportation drug-sniffing dogs. People often don'tpass Florida Educational Consortium in
Kirby Manufac-
Crosley their
Welfare System. but there is little support for the pre- turing; ; Jimmy Davis Crosley Davis Express; on the good things our kids do, roles as lobbyists., '

sent system by the tax-paying public, to Roy Hart, DuPont; Robert Wiggins which far outnumber the bad. A very sincere thanks to our community
Incentives work. Incentives fueled the fund a system that encourages people to Griffin Industries; Scott Davis andJohn We have great kids at Bradford High leaders In the Chamber of Commerce -

19th century expansion that opened up continue on welfare into the third Longfellow, Hampton Volunteer School, and this is just one of the hun- their Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs the for

the western United States with land generation.The Fire Department; April Watson, dreds of good deeds our kids do every encouragement The throughout be
process. final word will not
Ultima' Make-Up Sandra Pennell that no knows hears
; year one or about.
and for self improvement
grants opportunities -
available until the end of June but we
excesses of the welfare system, Nails by Sandra; Wayne and Kris ThankS Jason, for being yourself and all
through work making possi- are hoping that the appropriation
Kirkland Starke National Guard
ble this great nation, "from sea to shin- which began to escalate in the late Recruiter; Dan Cuddington and Mr. a job well-done. will be a reality this yearsLeonard '

ing sea. 1950's, and is now out of control, is a product Crawford, Bradford County Rescue Jerry Petrella

of both political parties, with both Squad; and Jim Duncan square danc- Dean of Students Schlofman U.D.
The United States Congress is cognizant holding the presidency and majoritiesin ing. School Board Member
of the part incentives play in the Coach Register
congress during the past thirty years. Hampton Faculty Staff
production of goods and services, but Either party could have initiated Grateful For PartyI -

for the past 30 years it has attempted to necessary reforms, not to save money, Reader Suggests would like to express my appreciation -

violate a basic law of human nature by but to save people.It's for the retirement party given by '.
its "no-work" welfare system. Legalized Gambling friends for Charles Francis and me at
time for congress to cooperatewith Instead of new Taxes the Fairgrounds on June 4.
Taking the work out of welfare for i(
the basic laws of human nature
I thank
say a big you to all who
able-bodied men and women Is destructive and build in incentives to get people off 'Ket New State taxes, fees. organized decorated prepared food

to the individual and In the end, welfare. The present system isn't work- It does not seem possible that the and served the large gathering of /, :r,

makes the recipient a slave to poverty In0 Florida State Legislature has thoughtup friends who came by to visit. Child! Find...
these numerous pipe dreams and The occasion is I will ,
sass'''-;M tA.arpost-: al:+i.at vrithin 2i trNlton _,... eIrr ?.- .1. --- _
tourism dollars In the Sunshine State. reminisce. My retired friends tell me, ? "
aI Nor does it seem that the constituents of "There's no business like no business!I' Child Find is one part of the
the representatives who voted in these I'm looking forward to finding out if this Florida Diagnostic and Learning
tax increases realized that it's almost Is true. Resources System (FDLRS) that
like committing political suicide. If a lends support services to excep
state-wide poll were taken, it is doubtful Thanks again for a wonderful afternoon tional student education programs
!if the Florida voters would admit t<> In a six county area; Bradford

ng[ this bodx to any, governmental "Coach"Lennard Register Baker, Flagler! Putnam'.St.JIns;) ,
WI \..- ) and Union Counties. '
cot, Graduate ApologizesFor One function of Child Find Is
smci It7! FirecrackersI identification of handicapped -
Instead of more taxes, why not a
atil pt public referendum to vote legalized preschool students, and .
) gambling in the state ashave New Jersey would like to apologize to the School 1 the locatiolroTchildren and youth
Board birth and 21 of age
and North Dakota done? And faculty, Dr. Larry year$
O when election around the Tyree. Mr. Francis Mr. Duncan the who may have a handicap conditionand
tie O.rwOUtON- .MUM' People of Florida comes need only rememberthat again Senior Class and the citizens of Brad- are not receiving services.
..h.r.JOSaM. 'taxation without is ford County for setting off the Some areas of handicapping condi-
AJil5rlad.ot Ihutdcy and ntwvd on Second dan Matt.at what happened in this country more firecrackers at the commencement ex- tions may be speech language,
ercises Friday, June 1. Please hearing vision behavioror
the Poet Ome d Static. RoM und.c Act of March 3. IS79. repeated.than 200 years ago, and could be my apology. accept physical, problems.If learning. ,

........... ,. tub.dlpNOn t7ot.In Trade Ac.o>. tUOOpwyean 16.00*t mof the you know of a child who' may
P.O.Draw*A:Ma**nMm 0UfIIde Trod.IV.oI. 15.00 per year:suo the monlN.. Doley. rSo Mersey be handicapped, contact .
Russ Evans Rt.3,1arke FDLRS/Chifd Find at (*>4) Xtt-6811
Box 669.Starke 'I' ,,;.IHIW u; 'x q j\\'; \N1.Jo;! : ... .,,, in Putnam County :

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Piano Barbta r Crawford was awarded a
ocial Events statuette of Beethoven for completion
Held June 5 of Section'I, Progressive: Series
In Starke Theoryw Honorabh mention was
given to Adam Marchese and Jim
ry Stern piano pupils of Louise M. my Parado for best kept music practice '
were presented in their Spring notebooks. .
Recital Tuesday, June 5, at First Michael Clark, Music Dept. Head
United Methodist Church. of St. Johns Community College,
Participating were Matthew Scott, Florida School of,the Arts, was guest
Engagements Jeremy Scott, Joy Stafford, Jana pianist. Mr. Clark played "Ballad In
.. ,. Bennett, Monica McGee, Lindsay G Minor" by Chopin and"Variationson
Payne, Kara Andrews, Jimmy Pen- Mary's Lamb" in the style of
and Sandra Hiers,all of Lake Butler. nington, Lisa Gillenwater Amanda Mozart, Schubert and Liszt.
Nora is also the daughter of the Welch, Adam Marchese Lisa Following the recital a social hour
late Terry Luke and ernnrtdnuRhter Thomas,Jonathan Smith,Julie Pon- was enjoyed in the Fellowship Hall
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke of der Daniel Crawford, Barbie with refreshments being served by
iL Heilbronn Springs.The Crawford and Jimmv Parado. mothers of the students.W25 .

wedding will take place
Thursday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. at ,
the First Baptist Church in Lake t 1
Butler ,
A reception will follow in the
church fellowship hall. All friends
and relatives are invited to attend. Bradford County Farm Bureau -

Secretaries Attend State ConferenceMrs. .

Donita Driggers Polly Conway, left, and Annette Masters, right County Farm
A.L. III Bureau secretaries, attended the Florida Farm Bureau Federation's 19VO
Burpee, County Secretaries Conference in Gainesville May 24-25.They were among Northside Baptist Church
r To Wed July 22 ference.more than 80 county Farm Bureau secretaries who attended the con and the family of

Lake Mr.Butler and Mrs.announce Donald the Driggers of "We depend on secretaries like Polly and Annette to support the day-to- 11Reverend James and Bonnie Co wart.
ment and approaching marriage of day activities of Florida Farm Bureau," said Dennis Emerson,Federation would like to invite you to a
erector of Field Sci'vices.Florida Kai m Bureau Federation,comprised of
their daughter, Donita L. Driggersof Celebration of Love in Christ
62 county Farm Biireuns, Is
III the stale's largest general Interest
Jacksonville A L. Burpee, ,
Roger ft Joan Hughes son of Mr. and\ Mrs. A.L. Burpee, agricultural organization with more than 75,000 members. as
Jr., all of Jacksonville. The conference is designed to brief county secretaries on Farm Bureau James and Bonnie
Roger & Joan HughesTo The wedding will be an event of programs Federation and procedures, as well as Introduce them to new systems and Celebrate their
projects. staff also
at the home of thebrldegroomelect's provided training on programs and pro-
Celebrate Sunday, July 22,
cedures. Featured speaker was Patsy Trcndgill.president of Lifestyles International Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversaryon
25th Anniversary The bride-elect is parents.a'graduate of Consulting Farm Services. The secretaries also enjoyed a fashion
show featuring Bureau
Roger and Joan (Joni) Hughes, of Union County High School, Lake Bradford County President James employees asking, our County Board of Direc- Sunday,June twentyfourthfrom

Starke anniversary,will celebrate Monday their 25th July wedding 2. Butler lege, Gainesville; Santa Fe; and Community attended Col-the secretaries.tors, and our people are lu\!hly pleased with the performance of our two two until four p.m. at the churchNo

Roger and Joan have three sons, University of Florida. She also at-

Howard. U.S. Nvy Charleston, S.C., tended the Florida Real Estate Institute Upcoming Events---_.'-, ..... ...,- Gifts Please .
Daniel, U.S. Navy, Key West, Fla. Jacksonville.The A money tree will be available fox,those
and Jason. student at Bradford High groom-to-be is a graduate of
School. Episcopal High School;Jacksonville Woman's Club at 10 a.mat the Woman's Club. who wish to make a Gift of Love to the
The Hughes' will be celebrating University; member Class Agent Set plans will be formulated for the building fund.
this special event with family and Episcopal Alumni Assn; JU Alumni Meeting 1991 Antique Show
friends In Amelia, Ohio. Assn.; The Friars; N.E. Fla. The membership of the Woman's Carol O'Steen will be guest
Builders Association; Owner and Club is invited and urged to attend speaker. Please plan to attend.
President, Burpee and Associates, an Antique Show Workshop June 20
Mona L. Crawford, Inc.,Jacksonville, building and land

Lancin HerseyTo development.All .and'relatives .. ... __... ........... ....m, '- . .
friends are cordially -
Wed June 15 invited to attend.' .
,.... ,........ _
Paul and Lois Crawford of Lawtey .... "... ,, ..' '(r; '0 -- '''', --
announce the approaching marriageof
their daughter, Mona Lisa ;
Crawford to Lancin Devane Hersey, '
r 71
son of Lancin and Charlotte Herseyof 't :,

Brooker.A June 15. wedding is planned. ." ..,,."., ,. j' ,

June 15, 1990: Congratulations, I '. DAYjI'P'
Lancin and Mona Wt all love you. 40 ,I ,
JCathy Kim and family ,

Donna Sue Anderson, ,
Bradley HildrethTo ;; '
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: :
Wed June 16 : '

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of :. ,
Starke announco the upcoming mar- \1\1'\' '.... !
riage of their daughter, Donna Sue 1JJ;,
Anderson,to Bradley Scott Hildreth,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. 'jj) i
Hildreth, all of Starke. Pich a gift for the great dad you picked!
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The wedding ceremony will be an p X7.,,1 ,
', .. ? .IIJHIfl ILV 1 K.1tAJG11 --r'
event of Saturday June 16,at 7 p.m. y. .
., Northfflffa Pip tI?*Chiirry-l!::".rIcA ..ru chcnr"". .,..-...... .. ti. a.... Rw -< vBRASS tgfJMB. Mill .tii|3V(
All friends and relatives of the Teresa Gulick f WOODS t w ;.
couple are Invited to attend. r1 MtJdJYt! ,. '

Teresa A. Gulick .

J Tammy Troupe, Bruce Jackson cBOOKENDS::\ BRASS ; '' :' DAD' (:J

Lonnie Olive, Jr. Announce EngagementLarry ',' ,

To Wed June 16 and Barbara Gulick of FIGURINES izJR
the : $6! $7 81,$9 ',
Tammy Troupe of Keystone Keystone Heights announce
Heights and Lonnie Olive, Jr. of engagement of their daughter, Q
Starke will be united In marriage Teresa Ann Gulick, to Christopher $ 2 00 FROM
Saturday. June 16, at 7:30: p.m. in Bruce Jackson of Starke,son of Mrs. t
Airpark Baptist Church, Starke. Margaret L. Jackson and Mr. W.T.. $4 1 2 25.OFF
AU friends and relatives of the Jackson, also of Starke. TO j j'I ji
couple are Invited to attend.A recep- The wedding is planned for Oc-
tion will be held following the tober 16 at 7:30 p.m.in the First Bap- h
ceremony at the home of the church tist Church of Starke.All friends and
pastor Rev. Leroy Olive. relatives of the couple are cordially
invited to attend.
Nora L. Luke, The bride-elect is a graduate of *_ BRASS GATOR LETTER
Keystone Heights High School;
Michael D. Webb /r
Florida Junior College and is BRIEFCASES
To Wed June 21 employed as an RN at Shands DESK SETS OPENER i

Mrs. Karen Luke of Lake Butler Hospital, Gainesville.Mr. ; .
wishes to announce the engagementAnnouncing .Jackson School is a graduate Florida of Junior Brad- 'I, FROM-: REGUlAR $6.70 ,
of her ford High ; k
aDd aP\ltoaching J FRQMf ;
toMichael College and is employed by Jackson r .
daughter Nora Lynn J$ ," ;rJ. .
Dwayne Webb, son of Don Building Supply. ,

"" .... ....- ....._-,,-..,"'", ..... ..,...-' ....- $36 Jtt$3111": $575 'f..

Tiffany Annette Jenkins Maternal grandparents are Mr. -'t.: :: : :
and Mrs. Arthur winkler of Starke.' _
Matthew E.and Angela C.Jenkins Paternal grandparents are Mr.
of Starke announce the birth of their and Mrs. Stanley Green of Melrose. -

daughter, Tiffany .Annette, born Paternal great grandparents are GATOR & SEMINOLE 00" ti
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bigham of
Maternal I $
grandparents are Brooker and Mrs. A.L. Green, also I O.
Robert Maternal and great Arrie grandparents Futch of Starke.are of Brooker. J BULLETIN BOARDS REG. $13 '

Louis Browning,Delores and Lloyd Jenna Kathleen Prevatt

I of Watford Starke.and Willard Browning, all Jimmy and Lisa Prevatt of Starke .,:, BULLDOG CROSS PEN SETS From $26.00

Paternal grandparents are Johnnie announce the birth of their daughter, _? **_' .-'
and Wanda Jenkins of San Jenna Kathleen Prevatt, born May PENS ::
Mateo.Paternal great grandparents 16 in Gainesville. She weighed 8 Ibs. ; MONEY
CLIPS From $10.00
an ROM Jenkins and the late Johnnie 7 oz. She joins a brother, Jake, 3. -
Jenkins,Sr.of Live Oak and J.T, Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Smith of Valdosta Ga. and Mrs. Freeman Register; Jr. of
St. Augustine and John Mitchell of KEY CHAINS $3.00 .
Brittany M. Green Jacksonville. Maternal great grand-
Cranfill of Starke.
mother is Helen
Don and Cindy Green of Brooker Mr.
Paternal grandparents are
announce the birth of their daughter, and Mrs.J.T. Prevatt,Jr.of Starke. CALCULATORS .
Brittany Marie Green, born April 23In Paternal great grandparents are
Alachua General Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Sr. of
Gainesville.She weighed 7 Ibs. 14 oz. and Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
Lawtey =
and was 21 Inches long.Happy. Agner of Kingsley Lake. Pocket Size Desk Size r

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Jamie McClellan.Special Participants In math Intramural: uncaiet,were presented 10 a numberof
Hilites Award certificates Melody Barr, Nikki Baker Marcus faithful volunteers along with
awarded to: Emily Genest, ex- Affron. Erik Scogobw, Joey Row, Golden Apple pins to those who hadwerfced
cellence In Spelling; Kenya Hen- Ester Smith; Matthew MuUb,Peter.. the greatest number of
Jimmy Parado Perform Kyle, Stacey McGregor, Angela drieth, most improved; April Scog- Knipp,Clay Archey Amanda Meng. vohmtoar. hour Weddings PirtraitsPhone :
On Tuesday night June 5, Louise Meng, Carrie Meng, Shana Morris, gins most outstanding student, Amanda Rowland Vicki }lotto. Mr.Kyle showed the math trophy
Stern presented her piano studentsin Denver Oehl,Miguel Ramos,Robert chosen by her 6th grade class; David Hope Archey.Alex Hrchaine,Jason won by DM school for placing. second ,
a recital at the First United Rhoden, April Scoggins, and Gatlin, most Improved: Amy McCullough Chris GIbbs Samantha. In Ut*county competition.The ,
Methodist Church In Starke. Dunng Howard Smith. Wilson; most improved; Gretchen Ramos and Lisa McClellan. State of Florida Golden School !
the recital Jimmy Parade played Perfect Attendance certificates Harris and Miguel Ramos, outstan- Special Education teacher'AliceFaye Award was also shown given for !J
piano selections of classical for the entire school year went to: ding performance in physical educa- Waters presented most improved over 100 volunteer hour earned by
numbers by composers Bach Charles Thigpen, Chasity Jones tion. certificate to Amy Wilson 8el'YinllIIstudenta. gr z
Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Bizet. Atthe Joey Rowe, Jassy Starling Clay Ar- Spelling bee: Hope Archey cham- and David Gatlin. At the conclusion of the ceremony
conclusion of the program Miss chey Mike Swan, Jason Thigpen, pion; Jason McCullough first Claudette Frees emphasized the Mrs. Kyle was presented with a giftof 964-8877
Stem gave special recognition to Lisa McClellan,Hope Archey,Chris rui.ner-up; Alex Kirchaine, alter- importance of volunteer In appreciation by Mrs. Nancy Business Phone 9642184CUBED
Jimmy and Adam Marchese as her Newman. Crystal Ramsev and nate. assisting student and teacher Cer- Genes, representing the PTA.
students who demonstrated .
evidence of most regular piano prac-
tice habits.

Granddaughter Graduates .... .... TWL .... TMi .. Uf.n .
Paul and Ruth Men? attended
graduation ceremonies on Thursday 111111111141181.
night June 7,held a the Jacksonville I --I .
Coliseum. Their granddaughter n w C e M .
Angela Christine Meng daughter of, Prices .hi tfefs ..l f*.4i ,
Carlton Meng recelV her diplomaas June 11 ttmi Smtfey Jwra'117,'1flUSDA $ 7 8

a graduate of Sandalwood High .
School. Angela, who was classified
in the upper ten percent of her class
of over 400 students, received a four
year scholarship to the University of Choice Beef '

ceremony Carlton North Florida.Meng were and Also Mr.children attending and, Aaron Mrs.the Untrimmed ((12 -14 Lb. Avg.)

and Brittany, of Keystone Heights. ... I
Twins Turn Older WHOLE SRLOI1TIPS/ -
On Friday night,June 8, Paul and
Fran Meng celebrated another bir-
thday at Paul and Ruth's home.Paul USDA Choice Trimmed Flats
and Ruth's daughter, Sallye Scog-
gins, made the delicious birthday Sliced Free! 5 Lb. Lb
cake members.enjoyed by many other family ,((3 Avg.

Paul's daughter, Joyce, and
Fran's son, Eugene, also had birthdays WHOLE BEEF
that day, and celebrated
throughout the weekend with
relatives and friends. P,
Condolences... CAIoR.q
Sympathy is extended to the family CeUnt S1ISI
and friends of Beatrice Hines ItpBi.
LaMonda who died June 9th.
Hampton Elem. School Pride ;
Awards CeremonyOn
Thursday night May 31, Prin-
cipal Mary Ann Kyle served as I
master of ceremonies at the outdoor
program held at the school. Mrs.
Kyle introduced Rick Ezzell who has
been appointed the new HES prin
cipal. Mr. Ezzell who served as
physical education coach at the i
school many years ago, expressed
pleasure at his appointment. Mrs.
Kyle will be serving as assistant
principal at Bradford Middle School.
School bus drivers, Joyce Collins Sweet
and Brenda Jones, were then In-
troduced. They gave certificates to
students who had been most helpfuland Southern
considerate with good behavior .
throughout the school year while Cb Schooner
riding their respective buses. Ted : .
Brown, another bus driver, was not
present,and Mrs.Kyle presented his FLOUNDER PEACHES
recommended certificates.Mrs. 't't FREE LETTUCE :
t ,
Kyle introduced Individual AND .
teachers present who,in turn hand- -..ar.rw-..w.' erw.4rr
: .y.ew.
ed out certificates named by the
principal to students in the PERCH !! ,.. I
categories of perfect attendance, M.11 0111.- (...I 3 9 C
good grades, and specialized duties. FILLETS 5 Lb.
Kindergartners receiving cer- !,. : L
tificates as new first graders were: I
Linda Roszel's class, Sammie Countf'pnde """"'
Bryant, Shannon Burchfield, Eric $ il!. .. .
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Carroll, Joseph Clifton, Holly Con- : 1S1 f'llE:tS 1 99Lb :en: .--:-:-;.. .,. J >.' .- ". lIun a
tois, ''Stephen Dennis, Stephen 8RE; J" ," n -tAHJ (ill I j.fIVAl JA13Each 'R19 .
Hayes, Renea Hutto, Tabitha Lin- '
ton, Brandon Lott, Kevin MicheleStanley A'D'O Red Ripe'
Billie Saxon, Brian Saxon,
Jeffrey Starling and Jamie tENDERS
Joseph Watson gave new cer-
tificates to his kindergarten class: 2 Utw BM Cafc*. CtftatM' fm
Stephanie Acree, Veronica Ballew, 1I L II OLD MILWAUKEE &

James Helen Hawkins Forsyth, Jennifer Justin Jones Frees,, IiJJi 9 9 \) 'I OLD MILWAUKEE LT. COKE CLASSIC

Joshua Knipp, Jamie McClellan,
Bran Meng, Daniel Meng. John I 12/8 PK CNA $
Rebecca Moore, Christopher Z
Newman, Crystal Ramsey, 99 (;
Jonathan Rhoden,Joshua Ross Jennifer -
Rowe, and Mark Youngblood.Sixth Lb. .
graders from Millie f
Kramig's class who will be atten- 209 -
ding Bradford Middle School the LlI"Sprit* ........... .1JM
fall term are: Eric Cagle, Timothy Mc.. .4 Ml fit CM CIte '
Canti, Charles Crawford, David f ...... .... ."
Gatlin, Gretchen Harris, Robert
Howard, Jennv .Tnh_ M.iu. .a

Hospital Auxiliary Ltshh .

Reception June 15 EXIRft MM .

All Bradford Hospital Auxiliary --
members and their spouses are in-
vited to reception for Mrs.Jeannie Ipift .
Baker Bradford Hospital Ad- 8 Oz. Elbow & '.
Macaroni/Reg. 12 Oz. Frozen StouffefsMACAMNN :
ministrator,and her husband,John, Thin Spaghetti'16 Oz. (All Varieties) LaFamous '.' .. 8 Oz. Food lionMUELLER'S
Friday,June 15. ILLA CHIPS' .& CHEESE
Hours of the reception are 7 p.m. PASTA CREAM CHEESE
to 10 p.m. at the home of Ada and ;
Drew Reddish, 1398 Debra Street. "
Mr. and Mrs. Baker will be making Muellerfc.
their home in Starke In the near SMT Craam li .
elbows .3/$1 Oelas/p. 9c
.. / t.1L.
future. .. Matsval >lls9tlf's 111eraaw Me.e
Hosts for the reception are Jean- Ottos....... ... .99 I'M
Hldgle '
nie and Bobby Biggs,Anna and Pete mill ( CIIII o ....... 1I... '1.49 c-na-
Feloe, Linda Johns, Rose and Nealy
McConnell, Betty and Warren __
Perry Ada and Drew Reddish Betty -

Olin and White.Joe WarrenLucy and 14 Oz. Plain/Mushroom Ragu 18 Oz. Kellogg's 1ch; .?a.:a'12" Oz." Onlpn/i 8 Oz. Banana/Strawberry/Peach Daiquiri
'lad /
Youth Day Set HomestyleSPAGHETTI CORN FLAKES LE 'S' .-'LS" a4tarparita Frozen '

At Hampton Baptist BACARDI MIXERS

Church June 16

Youth Day will be celebrated 79c
Saturday,June 10 from 2 p.m.til we UCEII$159 ,
all get tired and fall out There will
be baseball, basketball, volleyball,
and much more.Refreshments.
will be served at 4
p.m. Everyone la Invited to attend.
Hampton Baptist Church Is locatedon -'

US 301, Lake County Road 18, to 42 Oz. 40() Off 20 Ct. 20 Off Dryer Sheets 10 Lb. Bag- Food tk>nCHARCOAL '
Hampton,first church on leftUsher


Ebenezer Baptist Set Church of J '

Starke will be celebrating their I $169 .99 )
Usher Board Anniversary Friday, I
June IS, at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev.
Eddie Robinson of Keystone Heights\ ,
delivering the sermon. 1f
Pastor Rev. O.E. Harris cordially
invites everyone to attend.

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FICTITIOUS NOTICE NAME UNDER STATUTE i.yes School Food Service Annual Luncheon HeldThe I

I [Legal Notices undersigned Intends to register with the Bradford County School Food school year by presenting each officer

Clerk of Bradford County Florida, pursuant Service Association *"ld their annual with attnk; carnation. New officers
ji to Section 863.09 Florida Statutes, luncheon on June 6 at the are: Louise Bell, president'Marion ;
the fictitious name of WINDSOR Western Steer Steak House in Evans president-elect and
MANOR under which the undersigned li Starke. President of the BCSFSA, secretary; bel ores Stafford
COURT. EIGHTH F. FOLEY HUSBAND AND WIFE; JACK P. engaged In business. The present principal Barbara Moore, welcomed guests treasurer; Dorothy Wade,membership
; FORTUNE FEDERAL Anna Ruth certification
place of business Is located at 602 and members to the luncheon.President I. ;
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA AND LOAN ASSOCIATION N/K/A FOR. East Laura Street, Stark, Florida 33091, Moore introduced ; Amanda Chandler, legislation;
Cow No.89-36O-CA: TUNE and
SAVINGS BANK; TORODE OIL There are no persons Interested said guests Elizabeth Dean, Bonnie Margaret Diggs. Nutrition
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY; ROBERT D. REIFEL AND business other than the Derkman Mildred Lawson, Rena Dolores Morgan, reporter.
ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY HERBERT CRAMER; H. EDWARD DRAPER the Interest of .ach of the undersigned' and Mae Marks and True Love Smith, Mrs. Louise Bell,in-coming president
Plolnllff.VI. AND PATRICIA S. DRAPER HUSBAND undersignedIn challenged the mlJllben.0) \
said business Is Hated t retired members of the association.
AND WIFE; FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE as below.Percentage Dorothy Wade, Region IV Directorof "Make a Difference" in the lives of
JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. CORPORATION; JACQUELINE of Interest: 100 p.rc.nt. 1 the Florida School Food Service the students during the 90-91 school

FAGAN Husband and Wll; LISS RESNICK. TRUSTEE; PAUL MICHAEL '""BRADFORD SIGNATURE: f..... Association, introduced special year. A smile and a pleasant word
INC. '
ET. AL., FAGAN AND v does make difference.
DANIAL A. REBER Defen guests F.J. Duncan, Superintendentof a ,
Defendants.NOTICE dants, Case No. 89-360-CA. ? ,_. By James E. Hall, Outgoing president. 'Bradford Schools and Wayne McLeod, President Bell presented out-going
L 1 Its President'
OF SALE WITNESS hand and official I teal I president Barbara Moore with a
my ," County School Food Service Assn. Director of Personnel for the Bradford
Nolle!I. h.*by glvwi that ha underlgnd sold Court this 1st day of June 1990. ::5/31 4tpd 6/31; Cont. No.492 Barbara Moore presents plaque to. County School Board. President' plaque, engraved with
RAY NORMAN Clerk of her of service .
Circuit IIAYNOIIMAN. Incoming president Louise Bell. > Dolores Morgan,Director of Bradford year as president.Mrs.
'Court.Bradford County Florida will on Clerk of Circuit Court WANTED CONTRACTORS County School Servaice, Moore presented Food Service
ttw 6th day of July. 1990. at 11:00 A.M., ,By: Tosher Allen Dep.Clerk presented perfect attendance Director Dolores' Morgan with a
at the East door of the Bradford County Copies to: The City of lowtey Is now offering bids awards to Louise Bell and Janie Jar- dozen pink carnations for her help
Courthouse In .... City of Stork. 'Tito S. Smith Esquire to contractor to cut or remove trees for via, who are employed at Starke during the year. Mrs. Morgan was
Florida offer for aU and Mil at public Jack W. Fagan and Ann Y. Fagan the City. Contact Lawtey City Hall, Elementary School. A certificate of presented with a gift from the
outcry to the hlghMt and best bidder for William K. Gordon Esquire Monday-Friday., 783-3454. exemplary service during the year cafeteria managers.
coin, the property described at follow: Jeffrey M. Leukel Esquire 6072tchg614NOTICE was presented to Debbie Jones, Thirty-five members and guests

A porcol of land being lying and Timothy Peters Esquire .........." ... employed at Southside Elementary enjoyed the luncheon, meeting and
situated In Section 25, Township South. Marilyn J. Hochman Esquire School. door prizes.
Rang 22 East Bradford County Florida John J/. Jones, Esquire NOTICE- HEREBY MADE to all those Scientists say the blue) color of Five employees were honored during
and more particularly desclbed as James D. Salter Esquire conc.rn.d'and; affected that Fl the sea Is due to the) reflection. of the school year as "Heart of the
follows: Commence at the Northwest William J. Holey. Esquire Aquastor and Utility Construction Inc. the sky.Church. Program" employees. This honor YarbroughRenfroeReunion
comer of tti. Northeast On. Quarter of Tashr Allen Dep.Clerk 6/07 2tchg 6/14 ', 4s performing Project No. DC-87028011, went to Debbie Jones, Southside;
the Southwest On Quarter of told Section UNITED'Sf YRlmTRICTt'OURT'' *: Ground S'Orog"Tank. lawtef Correctional Janie Jarvis Starke Elem.; Marion Set
25 and run South 367 rest; thence MIDDLE DISTRICT Institution Bradford County! FL. Evans Middle ; Delma Tyler, The 2nd annual William Edward
run East and parallel with the North line JACKSONVILLE OF DIVISION FLORIDA of God of Prophecy,Inc. Southside and Delores Stafford Yarbrough and Flora Renfroe Yar-

of the South 1/2 of sold Section 25 a CASE NO.:9034B.aVJl6UNITED 2138 N.Templeis Starke Elementary. Selected from brough reunion will be held Saturday -
distance of 2110.54 feet to the Easterly STATES OF AMERICA, NOTICE starting 29th daytime this elite group as "Heart of the Pro June 16, at Florida State PrisonTraIning
right-of-way line of Stat. Road No. 21; Plaintiffvs. NOTICE IS HEREBY MADE to all thoseconcerned May gram" employee of the year was Complex (off SR 16 East,
thence continue East a distant of and affected that Services on lues.& Thurs.at Marion Evans from the Middle Bradford County). Building will be

1393.00 feet; thence run South 6343" RANDALL E. YON LINDA J. YON UTILITY, SERVICE OF GAINESVILLE. INC. 12:00 am. School. Mrs. Evans was presentedwith open 8:00 a.m. tit
East 322.0 feet; thence run South 35*30' and CYNTHIA E. YON: n/k/d CYNTHIA: 1360 NW 53rd Avenue Everyone welcome. a plaque to commemorate the Covered dish luncheon will be
West 57..00t; thence run South VTV ELAINE Gainesville, FL 32606 occasion. served at 12:30.: Bring your
West 136.7 feet;thence run South 0500' Defendants.WARFEL ((904))377.151. Pastor W.T. Laney President Moore installed the favorites. All family and friends are

East 348.00_;thence run South 1431' ORDER OF SERVICEBY li performing STATE PROJECT NO. 964-7712 association officers for the 1990-91 cordially invited to attend.Washington. .
Weit 30 feet; the.run 7B3ro9" PUBLICATIONThis DC-87028012( ;'. DUMPING AND ,
West 1834.20 feet to a concrete monument TRANSMISSION SYSTEM CORRECTION
cause cam to be heard upon'
on the Easterly right-of-way line of OF-WATER SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES,
Plaintiff Motion for Order of Service; ty! '
aid Stat Rood 21; said concrete monument Publication and It appearing that this! # ."LAWTEY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, &ii th > being I3SO feet Southerly as action hoi been brought for"the enforcement t--BRADFORD COUNTY..FLORIDA.
measured along told Easterly rlght-of- of o. Hen against red! property *. >,V All Parties/.":furnishing labor materials lA
way line, from a point 367 feet South of situated In Bradford County within the and/or equipment. to said prefect or. to At
the North line of the South 1/2 of said Middle District of Florida and,describedas provide notice of such In writing by certified .
Section and told concrete monument follows: mail to the Division of Building

being the Point of Beginning of this Lot 6. Block D. Dalewood Subdivision ,Construction. Department of General .
description. ((1)) Thence run North as per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book; Services, 2737 Centervlew Drive, Knight .

783IW East 1613.13 feet to a concrete 3. Page 8, Section 31, Township 6 South*, Building Suit 300 Tallahassee, Florida
monument In the approximate ordinary Rang 22 East Bradford County.; Florida.;' .,'32399-0950 within I twenty ((20)) calendar
high water line of lake G.n.va: ((2)) and It further day of first providing such labor,
appearing that Defendants { ID.)
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r'materials .
Thence run along said high water line Randall E. Yon Linda J. Yon and v',. equipment.
with the following courses and Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine 6/143tchg6/28 L"r/" '
distances: South 23S3'22" West 217.63 Warfel cannot be served within the Stat Control' No.500 ill hmas. ..1"Qr' 71'YWfl'/lrKj '/' ;' r ,w /r"//-r//'J/'r,, r,iirrrr r/
feet South 0506'10" East 123.91 feet ,/
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of Florida; that It Is not practicable to /'
((3)) Thence leave said high water line serve them p.rsenallli! for the Classified Ads #1"nan HATIOTIM. BAKU or BRADFORD CODNTT:
and run South 79W46" West 315.22
feet; ((4) Thence run North 11W42" whereabouts are unknown or residence and Defendants of said Defendants Ran. Get Results ;:;:"hYh.li STAKES "% rk/'") n.oUDA hflW ,{:rfi/IN"' )';911

West 242.68 feet to a point 50 feet shorton doll E. Yon Linda J. Yon and Cynthia E.: ) / / I I
this bearing of call ((1))of this description Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Warfel have STARKE /fiJJ'hklrir/ kj'7'm'-rr/h/ ;{/Y/'rrd'/ ;,./11;"" nr /

: ((5)) Thence run South 78"31'09"West not voluntarily appeared herein; It li /' /'. /j. r (/ .
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and parallel with Call ((1)) a distance of therefore CHURCH OF GOD /:,,WI'.IN'IIn"11"/ "," '.IIJI.7"Ih y y its rr/r/ iriirr/:r 7.N/ y" ::f.iIr'Y"/N"J ,.'
1160 feet more or less, to the East right- ORDERED ai follows:
of-way line of Stat Rood 21; ((6)) Thence 437 N.St.clair 964-3445 ,/' /0' '' '
I. Defendants Randall E. Yon. Linda J. otD.thrrrfDrr. ;
Q! n'4r'JoY./t, //fi-rrh'I.'r"I'ONr- JrY.II !rrw/A /
run North 25" .42" East and along the Yon end Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia; Pastorv. David Pleasant : j

said East right-of-way a distance of 60 Elaine Warfel shall appear In this cause Wo Invite you td oiiotShlp with us /J.rr'.lNMr.lN.,., $:, /J'l.I. f7R14..7.r'J.r/;rrrr;:: J'mh : 0."rr-,1; ,
feet more or less, to the Point of Begin and plead to the complaint filed hereinon Attended Nursery .I1"' r

ning and to cia...TOGETHER WITH all of or before Jun.25, 1990. or In default Sunday School *ieMi *M...._tMMt. 10 am
the property lying between the Eo.t...", thereof the Court shall proceed to Morning Warship ,,..__..._..__ Hun
boundary of the property describedhsr.inabove judgement In this cause to t.xt.nt Evening Service'? _..,_,....._..._. 6pm
and the waters of lake provided fqr by Section 1655.Title 28,, Wednesday Youth ...................,..... 7:30: pin
Geneva and Including rlparln rights United States Code, as If sold Defendants '
thereunto appertaining Into the waters had been served with .process Come Worship With Us
of Lake Geneva. within the State of Florida.

entered pursuant In said to Court the Final the style Judgement of which' .... "-:l1\\\\"", .of. bll.J;lJJltklJ.:1L qij: ,BIBLE'Comer BAPTIST of Pratt and CHURCH I w-.... up? ;.; t m, y *or jR(i+r// f;; Fill testimony! IDh rrDf. <*/>/: I.:y.a ..,rLrrMHil, .: i : i
general QrnystianSun. Wl
Is FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN nwspapr f l.L ... .L rM1- ,',-:: ::.1/ -'" ',;y/r"/I it l7ebi': :" :N'f /.Lr:91r S;, AI XIAI! l/nf/....
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ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY. School 9:45: ... -7, ;, .\) ..r ,
each week for six I
once consecutive
Plaintiff 'vi. JACK W. FAGAN AND Sun. Morning Worship 11:00: am
weeks prior to the return dot _
ANN Y. FAGAN HUSBAND AND WIFE; herelnobove designated.DONE Sun. Evening Service 7:00 pm
Wed. Night Service 7:00
AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, pm
Florida this 1st day of May, 1990. :
: ROBERT C. BLAIR AND BETTY Pastor. Ronald Hannah
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.#. I Stars Finish Third in Tifton TourneyThe

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." .r r rtif v 9 9y Starke Stars travelled to Tif Cochran GA last year's "Friendly third place trophy. The Outlaws
ton, GA last weekend and finished City" winner and national runner- finished in second place. '
third In the 13th annual KFC up. Daryl Gnann and Vince Robin- Hitting for the Stars in Game 4
i* "Friendly City" Invitational Softball son were 3-for-4,Jamie Bowen, Ken were Craig Wise 2-2, Daryl.Gnann
Tournament. Carlton, and Craig Wise 2-for-3, Jeff 2-3, and Link Bishop 1-2.
In addition to the team and Carver 1-for-l, and Link Biting The Stars hit for a .443 average, 43
.v ..441.4 rh I coaches, about 20 family membersand l-for-2. hits for 97 at-bats,. In the tournament -
'3 other fans made the trip. ,
The Stars, 16 and under, ended up In game No.3 the Stars shut out Jo-
,, p 2-2 In the five team tournament.The Jo's Plowboys of Tifton 12-0. The With a 13-9 record, the Stars
Stars wero not in the first Plowboys had lost to the Royal Phar- return to Men's Church League com-
"'+ +IMrrrL game, losing 13-0 to the KFC macy of Tifton, the tournament petition this week.
tYP" Outlaws and getting only four hits, champion.The The Outlaws beat Royal Phar-
and went immediately into the Stars lost 12-5 to Jo-Jo's in macy 15-11 in the championshipgame
loser's bracket. Ashley Alday was Moultrie so had some pay back to but Royal Pharmacy came
4 :1f 2-for-2. Daryl Gnann and Vince administer and did it well by beatingthe back to beat the Outlaws 17-5 to win
Robinson l-for-2. Plowboys 12-0, said Coach the championship.
The loss woke up the team, said McGriff.
Coach Jerry McGrlff, and the Stars In game No.4, the Stars played a Starke ..
fought their way out of the loser's better game against the KFC
F ,.x' bracket. Outlaws, who had also lost to Royal June 22-23 the Stars will host
In game No.2 the Stars came out Pharmacy. But the Stars lost 7-2 to Starke's 12th annual Youth Softball
hot and never trailed. in a 9-1 win be put out of the double elimination Association Invitational at Edwards
over the Shoppr Guide of tournament with a 2-2 record and the Road.

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Starke Merchants Lead Men's LeagueWith I

an 9-0 record, the Starke chants 19-16! but the Merchants won 'Leading the Merchants was
Merchants lead the Men's Softball 9-8 Thursday, June 7. Carlton going 3-for-4 at the plate in-
League sponsored! by the Starke Leading the Merchants going cluding two home runs. R. Thomaswas
Recreation Department.Team 3-for-4 were Thigpen and Gaines. 3-for-4. Getting two hits were
Swinging With AH He's Got... standings: Getting two hits were Warren and Starling, Ratliff, Farlen, and Bar-

I Willie Lee Rogers of the DuPont Softball team slams The FSP catcher Is Jonathan Stork Merchant. .. . . .'-0 WaddeU.
at the Softball but FSP won 11-8 Tuesday night, is Johnny Sheffield. Burdette The umpireaway Dupont .. . . .. .. . . 5.5 ton.F.S.P.
uci F.S.P. 11 DuPont 8 11 U.C.I. 10
. June 12. w..............................3.7 F.S.P. outhit DuPont 17-16 and F.S.P. outhit U.C.1.15-14 and won

II Lawtey 1st Bapt. On Top of Church LeagueWith won 11-8 Monday, June 11. 11-10 Tuesday, June 12.
Upcoming... Going 3-for-4 at the plate were Leading F.S.P. with 3-for-5perfor-
The Men's League and Church Davis and Berdette. Muse was mances at the plate were Seeley and
an 8-1 record, the First Baptist \ Presbyterian at 7:30: p.m. F. F.B. of L. 2 Stars 1 League play games with each other 3-for-3. Getting two hits were Chas- Muse. Getting were Odom, Barnes,
Church of Lawtey leads the Methodist vs. Stars at 8:45 p.m. The Stars outhit First Baptist of because there aren't enough teamsIn tain and Devaney, and Burdette.
Men's Church League sponsored by Mon., June 18, F.B. of Lawtey vs. Lawtey 7-6 but First Baptist won 2-1 either league. All games are
the Starke Recreation Department.Team Church of God at 7:30: p.m. Thursday, June 7. played at the Edwards Road recrea- U.C.I. 19 F.Meth. 17
Standings: Tues., June 19, Air Park vs. 1st Leading First Baptist was S. tion complex.Thurs. First Methodist outhit U.C.I. 23-20 Lake Butler
f. Bnpist . . . . . .$-1 Methodist at 7:30: p.m. Presbyterianvs. Campbell going S-for-3 at the plate. ., June 14, DuPont vs. Air but U.C.I June
Air Pork . . . . . 7.3 F.B. Lawtey and Stars vs. Park Baptist at 7:30 p.m.; Starke 11. won 19-17 Monday, Singles Club

Start . . . . . . ,... Church of God at 8:45: p.m. F.Pres. 11- F.Meth. 10 Merchants vs. U.C.I. at 8:45 p.m. Leading the with 4-for-5 at Saturday,June 16,8-11 ,at the
: game p.m.
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First Presbyterian doubled home the Mon., June 18, F.S.P. vs. Starke the McBride. Lake Butler Community Center.
Vaughan plate was Going
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Church of Cad l-l F.Pres. 12 A. Park 6 winning run In the bottom of the Merchants at 7:30: p.m.; U.C.I. vs. 3-for-4 and with a home run was Dancing and socializing, live
. . . . ... .
1-' DuPont at 8:45: p.m. music casual attire Ad-
First Presbyterian outhit Air Park ninth to lift First Presbyterian 11-10 Baker. Getting two hits were or dressy ,
20-11( and won 12-6 Thursday, June 7. over First Methodist In a Tuesday, Tues.,June 19, F.S.P. vs. U.C.I. at Carter, Bennett, Marshall, Jackson, mission is $5. Adults over 21 and
The First Baptist Church of Men's Church 7:30: p.m. single are invited. Help make this
Leading First Presbyterian was L. June 12 game in the and Aycox. a
Lawtey has defeated the Stars 5-1, Paterson going 4-for-4. Getting League sponsored by the Starke Thurs., June 21, U.C.I. vs. DuPontat weekly event and a place where
Church of God 14-8, First Methodist 8:45. those who don't fit in the
three hits were Disbrown and B. Recreation Department. S.Mer. 14 DuPont 9 "Couple
5-4, First Presbyterian 5-2, Air Park Paterson. Presbyterian outhit First Society" acn meet for an evening of
Getting two hits were The Starke Merchants outhit Du-
Baptist 5-0 and the First S.Mer. 9 F.S.P. 8 good clean fun and exercise. For in-
Presbyterian 136.Upcoming. Dyal, Lewis, Vaughan, and Gotts. Methodist 13-11. Pont 19-15 and won 14-9 Tuesday,
Going 2-for-5 at the plate were B. F.S.P. outhit the Starke Mer- June 12. formation call 496-3821.
L.Patterson E.Dyal and
Patterson, ,
... F.Meth.
12 C.O.G. 8
T. Vaughan. M. Herres was 2-for-4.
The Church League and Men's First Methodist outhit the Church CoxrAppliance
League play games with each other of God 17-12 and won 12-8 Thursday,
because there aren't enough teamsin June 7.Leading. A.Park 6 Stars 5 &

either league. All games are the First Methodist was Air Park outhit the Stars 10-9 and Air Conditioning
played at the Edward's Road Com- Justin Williams going 3-for-4. Get-
won 6-5 Tuesday, June 12.
plex. ting two hits were Jason Polk, Jeff Going 2-for-4 at the plate were J. Service tR .
Thurs., June 14, Air Park vs. Du- Johnson, Billy Heavner, and Colby Crews. Going 2-for-3 were R. Gilpin r"1 MAN
Pont and Church of God vs. Smith. LY
and T. Crews.

Girls Hike for Safe Haven, Inc. New PastorIs

Welcomed, ft,

Now Seeking SponsorsTwo Starke Church of GodOn -

June 3 the Starke Church of
girls, one born at Camp Standing Haven, Inc. a group dedicated to b
shelter for victims of God welcomed its new pastor,David
in 1943, are hiking the Florida provide
Trail from Miami to the western tip violence, both men and women, and Pleasant, and his wife, Arzetta.
of Florida, a distance of over 1300 is hiking the Florida Trail seeking Pastor Pleasant comes from 9
miles to for the sponsors along the trail In an effort ;Dunedin In 18 years of ministry '
gain recognition
need for a "Safe"JrfcVeh":'>Shelter'! _to locate a "Safe Haven'* home in ttuy'sgrte4 district! overseer aa ,evangelist and 6 years l ,.)on the,'?:' '. qq1J ) mm pn, Q1 tr. i
the north central Florida"area > feS
for abused persons, in the 'North according State Board of Education for the r.
Central Florida area, says their to Doris Honkala. Church of God. Joe Cox.your friendly repairman.Call
mother. Doris Honkala of Mayo. The home will be for both men and him today for any appliance repair. A New Time
Pastor Pleasant and his wife have
women who are victims of violence, Service & Repair on:
Lucielle McCarthy, a surviving three children, David Jr. (Kissim- *
whether criminal or domestic, says .All Mcx Appliance A New Face
mee), Pamela and James
victim of four gunshot wounds while Honkala. .
her friend! was murdered at her side, The two hikers will be passing (Dunedin). Air Conditioning. Eloetrteal Refrigeration A New Beginning
now lives at Mayo, and her sister, through the Starke area this The congregation cordially invites
Bonnie Honkala lives at Lantana. weekend she everyone to come meet their new
probably Sunday,
Lucielle has organized Safe pastor and join in fellowship. Td.rol.Adv. Dem.
tic RA 0046994, ER 0007578

Perfect attendance awards were
given at our awards ceremony on
. May 31. Students receiving them
Southside Elem. School NewsFrom were: U

Kindergarten: Darren Hudson
and Edward Cason.
Mrs. Ferguson, Asst. Prin- Straight A's for the year in Grade ESE: Eddie Dean 11 jVAt ,(
cipal: We've had a great year! As 1 are: Nicole Herring,Aron Barnett, Grade 1: Nicole Herring, Josh
always, we end our year with happy Bryan Van Camp, Stephanie Crews, Michelle Key, Tiffany .
and sad feelings. We'll miss our fifth Steinmetz, Alison Chastain, Gina Aderholt Stacl Jason
graders as they move on to BMS Corey, Jessica Brantley, Ryan Mar- Crews.
next year but want them to chese, and Tatum Thrift. Grade 2: Robbie Radford Lisa
remember that SSE staff is here if Grade 2: Jeremy McRae, Mike,, Goolsby, Steve Hulsey, Danielle
Schlofman Monica McGee Sharie
they need us. Parker, Sally Stephens.
Parents, we're looking forward to Ash, Christopher Hobbs, Julie Grade 3: Matt Key Freddie
working with you and your children McMillan, Pam Reddish, Kelly Con- Kyle Lizenbee. Jimmy

next year. Meredith naughton Pearson, Joanie Dampier, Stephens Shian Walkup, John Goetz- i
Billy Vickery,
man Josh Lizenbee. Gary Vandiver
Southside received the Golden and Vanessa Van Leann
Jill Schlofman Folsom
School Award for number of hours Grade 3: Michael O'Neal, Jody ,
Jonathan Reese. ,
donated by you, our volunteers, to Elder, Lane Tougane.
Grade 4: Amy Taylor, Steven
our school. A big thank you. We look Grade 4: John McMillan, Casey
Brown Tracy Brown Krystal Allen
forward to working with all of you Moore, Renee Smith, Kelly Rankln, -
next year. Parents who volunteer 50 Paul Phillips, Thea Bell, Patricia Regina
Grade S Padgett
: Tammy ,
hours received "GoldenApple" Foster Michelle Groves
or more a Brandy
Maurice Donley, Jeremy Batten,
of and Adam Marchese.
pin in recognition time Harper,
Shay Sweat, Sean Connaughton,
given to Benefit our students. Grade 5: Matt Odom and Jeremy Sheila Hampton.
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Hampton Water Project

I Using Ground Level Tank May Mean Street Paving Possible I Iby

Marcia Goodg.s.H Development Block Grant which now requiring that cities complete a elevated) Staplin suggested Ota the basis of need and on the basic of service, since water pressure is not
Writer funds the project), ,told coun- CDBG grant project before applying council meet with engineers ,who the percentage of low-middle Income always what it should be.
The possibility of completing cilmembers Tuesday, June 12. that for another one. Hampton plans to could answer any of these questions families served,he explained.A "This Is a hard decision," said
Hampton's water system Im- engineers are now calling for aground apply for a second grant project with and the special meeting was set water tower would serve the entire Hall,"If we don't get the tower now,
provements using a around level level tank Instead of anelevated the upcoming year in order to provide At the April council meeting, town, not just a low-middle income we definitely won t be able to get it
storage tank instead of a more ex- tank. water service to Nevarre members were faced with the pro area, and would probably be turned later. But if we don't get the water
pensive elevated tank,prompted the "I was told that the space Street and to improve roads. blem that the Department En- down. service for these people now, there'sa
town council to set a special meeting available will not be sufficient for an When counctlmembers had (DER) "Also,fire protection is not as higha slight chance we may not get it
with the engineer next Tuesday, elevated tank" said Staplin. Fin- numerous technical questions regar- refused to permit water system priority as providing water to people later. I guess in the long run, it
June 19, at 7 p.m. at city hall. ding an area of land suitable for an ding the new development, (such as with the planned fire hydrants and a grant for fire hydrants would behest to get the tower now
Ralph Staplin, of Clark, Roumelis elevated tank would take time. will additional water pumps be need- because the present water storage would not be ranked as high as one and apply for another grant,it would"
and Associates of Tallahassee (firmin Staplin said that a solution needsto ed to supply the required waterpressure system does not provide enough which would provide water mean more money for the town.
charge of writing the Community be found soon, since the state Is from a tank that Is not pressure to serve the hydrants. In service,"said Bethune.
April, the council discussed their The water tower and fire hydrants At the April meeting the council
alternatives and Gary Bethune, of could be Installed under the present voted 3-1 to purchase the water
r CITY OF HAMPTON Clark, Roumelis (who was not present grant project, which also provides tower, with councilman Wadsworth
WATER IMPROVEMENTS at the June meeting) outlined water service to areas which meet voting against
w Y, I 1 C4r. 'a=..M.14tcxAw. the variouspoesibilltles. the requirements, but would not be
t .Mr" ?HOUM,c uoIn*=u.aO Inn CUM'war" (.R-eHMaIM, He said that either an elevated funded under a grant written Plan Changing Again...
i: awe'14 ip.1OC., sADOwmrn 4NUN/11Ay=N, 1UN $. MihK r storage tank could be Installed, re- specifically for a water tower and Tuesday, the council was told that
., .. /'J' quiring the deletion of the planned fire hydrants, he noted. the plans are back to a ground level
extension Nevarre
water along
I Bethune suggested that the coun tank since an elevated tank will not
Street and all the planned street paving t in the tower and fire hydrants fit on the land available. Since
in the original project,or the fire under the present grant and then ap- neither Bethune nor an engineer was
hydrants could be deleted from the ply for a second grant In order to run present at Tuesday's meeting, the
project.The water lines west on Nevarre Street planned public hearing was postponed -
council had decided to go with and do the road resurfacing."Clark until April, 19 when an engineer
Ili A the elevated tank because Roumelis feels that the city has an could be present to answer ques
a technicalities involved In the rules excellent chance of getting a projectof tions.
?arm governing the grants would have left this type funded in the CDBG
F the town better off in the long run. grant system this year, but a grant Hampton resident Dan Martin ad-
Now, according to Information for a water tower would almost cer- vocated puchasing land and install-
given by Staplin, it's possible that a tainly not be funded, he said. ing an elevated tank anyway,so that
ground level tank will serve the "So what you're suggesting is that the town would be able to meet the
.. town's purposes. Since the ground we put in the water tower and fire water demands of future growth.
-. level tank is less expensive than an ,hydrants now and apply for another Chairman Thomas urged all Hampton -
elevated tank, it may now be possible grant to provide water service on citizens to attend the April 19
to add some of the deleted Items Nevarre Street," said Chairman meeting,so that the council can hear

., ," back into the project. Pete Thomas, "because being able the opinions of the town.
.., to 'these people need water'will
'" '... Less Is More.., *
\ ; carry more weight than saying we Correction...
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".;.'. .,. .' ,__::. ..t.: ; The council decided to delete the need fire protection." Bethune The May 17 story on the Hampton
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water extension and road paving replied that this was correct. Council stated that no reserve account
rather than delete the fire hydrants But if the grant dries ,
money up is being maintained in the fun-
Hampton Villa To Get City Water... because of a unique situation caused then we can't provide water serviceto ding of the city water system.Mayor
Hampton Villa will water by the way the grant guidelines are those people out there (Nevarre Lola Williamson that
get city soon.Work on Improvements An elevated water tank with a capacity of so.noo pointed out a
to the city of water written. The council has already Street), said Councilmember Jane fund is maintainedand
Hampton system were gallons to be erected at the site of the city wells,and reserve being
begun as ground breaking ceremonies were conducted water lines extended to various outliving districts of begun pursuing another CDBG grant Hall. "That's" correct, there are no that the city has funds for the
Friday May 18. the city. which will be awarded sometimethis guarantees, said Bethune. FmHA loan payment that is due,
Pictured above, from left to right, wielding shovelsare Target date for completion of the project Is end of year.If Councilmember Walden plus approximately $2,000$3,000over
City Clerk Martha Williams. Councilman Walden September.Not the city were to apply for the Wadsworth advocated proceedingwith and above a reserve fund.
Wadsworth Councilman Ted Curtis, Mayor Lola present for the ceremony are James P. Mitzel new grant for the purpose of pur- the original plan and postpon-
Williamson. Councilwoman June chasing a water tower and installingfire ing the water tower.CouncUmember .
haddock City and his grandmother Ms. Pauline Dishman who were
Employee Doug Williamson John Rouyse, Engineerfor active supporters of the effort to bring better drinking hydrants, it would probably be Ted Curtis said The Telegraph apologizes for this
Clark Roumelis and Associates and Walter water to Hampton Villa. turned down,said Bethune. that an elevated tank was needed error and any inconvenience it may
Lawson, Sun Construction Company. Points are assigned to projects on now, even with the town's present have caused.

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Students at Brooker Elementary School making Siders.
straight A's for the fifth six weeks grading period are(Ito James Johnson was absent. .,"
r) : Students at Brooker Elementary who made straight
rM Front rowi AmandatTbomas.' :Amanda.,Futch+ .'and A"tf, Wyear and who received a framed certlficxate
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Students at Brooker Elementary School who made Middle rowi Chad tthiomas, Amy Like, Kelly Cook," I Baer,4.\ 1.JeP.PV, cr;' fevenfellf; ri'tKis. jKerHnW '' 'son.. rJ. .,
I straight A's on their report cards for the fourth six Samantha Green Emily Myers and Jody Powell. 'I', 1>..llIIlIIn", a: i,1i 1 ,.WenrtyVilliam* .and Derek l.
weeks grading period are (Ito r); Back row Jennifer Lefevers, Kelli Cook Julie, : cOI, ,
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Straight A's at Starke Elementary...

Students in the first grade at Starke Elementary Middle row: Jonathan Dugan, Samantha Jenkins, ..
Ms. Baughman Ivey and Patterson's classes, who Abbie Kelly, Jennifer Morgan, Georgia Reddish, Ron
made straight A's for the fifth six weeks grading periodare Whitehead William Atwood, Shamar Barnes. ;
((1 to r): Back row: Ryan Carter, Kenny Cooley, Tract Cruce,
Front row: Jessica Brummett, Christopher Joseph, Charlene Farlow, Monique Fergerson, Kurt Graudons,
Straight A's at Starke Elementary... Bryan Hosier, Christina Walker, Keith Warren, Joslyn Eboney Hood, Mario Jefferson and Stephen Faircloth
Burch, Justin DeValerlo and David Zwlcker.v Cheryl Miller was absent.UIE' .
Students in the first grade at Starke Elementary llolton, Charles Johnson, Daniel Mattox, John Myers .
School, in Ms. McLeod, Wainwright and Sexton's and Tonya Rehberg. - classes, making straight A's on their report cards for Back row: Amanda Seyfang, Wesley Tanner, Gary ',i't.' .' '
the fifth six weeks grading period are (1 to r): Wallace, Jennifer Watson, Jessica Carter, Whitney .>.0\ ,. ,.. : I
Front row: Michael Johns, Matthew Hull, Jamesla Alvarez, Chris Wilkerson Nathan Thomas, Ryan .r.
Aldridge, Alisha Patel and Shannon Brooks. Rosier, Stacy Paterson and Michael O'Steen. v '" .
Middle row: Brian Brown, Melissa Curtis Natalie .

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Banquet Held

At FairgroundsThe

fifth annual Exceptional Stu- I
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by about 300 students at the Main
Exhibit building at the Fairgrounds .
Friday, May 11. TO ,:-- Oo
Theme this year was "Western O
Hoedown," Jerry Petrelia! \dean, of ItCR1'
students at+ Bradford High School, o FASTGET Y
served as square 'dance caller; in- a
troducing many students and staff to g THINGS DONE oo ,

square before The the Banquet dancing banquet., as Committee entertainment was o IN THE o I H(

headed by Sallye Scoggins, o 0I
paraprofessional, and Alice Faye E EI
Waters, ESE teacher, at Hampton I

schools Elementary participated School. All in the elementary banquet I I :

preparations and a lot of help was ClASSWl
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School board member James Watson ..
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chicken.There are almost.., 'V i!00't<'exceptional, ; t Let Us Put Your Mess g l

students in the county In all: Thereare srftid ,
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High School. The Middle School A Clown Visits ESE Western ;'. :., t:: 6,000 Homes in Bradford County
gifted students acted as servers for A Rodeo Clown from the Middle School greets Friday, May at the fairgrounds .,
the banquet. students from Brooker and Hampton at the 5th annual main exhibit hall. '.. "
I 2,400 Homes in Keystone Heights,

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Three Members REGULAR LIGHT, ,

Graduate This SpringEdward eoou X-GOLD

and Janet Kimutis had 9
three graduations: in their family
this spring. 1 1069200suirc'
Michelle Lynn Kimutis graduatedfrom rro.-.r
the College of Pharmacy at the r
Univbcrsily of Florida, May 5, with ti=r SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN REBATE AFTERIREBATE I
the degree of Doctor of Pharmacy. '
She graduated with a 3.87 grade
point average.
Michelle received four awards at DELACOUR

ceremony the College held of May Pharmacy 4. awards 7 DAY SALE LOWEST BRANDY KING SIZE

She received the Eli Lilly Award
for outstanding leadership, SALE GOOD THRU PEftUiMilwaukee

academics and extracurricular ac- TUESDAY JUNE 19 PRICES ,
tivities; the Monteen Johnson Gold 5.99 19
Merit Award for leadership, depen- 16O 1 '
dability, clear sense of purpose and liiI] d L u PACK J CARTON
civic activities; the Sandoz Award Iffil" A
for excellence in clinical phar-

silon macokinetics Highest; and Scholastic the Kappa Achieve-Ep- CHARGE IT AT ABC }' 1 y ,; tl ht r C Ol ORrLT.HT

ment award.
While Michelle attended the UP
College of Pharmacy, she was in- IOCALADVERTISED I t I 49
volved in professional and honorary / $ x CASE
organizations. She was president of / iSi y r w'' 74 l
Kappa Epsilon, a fraternity promoting 1 I SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN REBATE .AFTER REBATE I
\ women in pharmacy; recording
secretary of the Academy of .
al. Iv w'-n+Y'4.hlrrpAwe.r4++-yl?
Students of Psi
Pharmacy; a Kappa
Little Sister; vice-president of Rho I II'-OW t'C ABC
Chi, the Pharmacy honor society oUU_ _I lm oALtCHIVAS -
and recording secreatry of Phi '
Lambda Sigma, pharmacy leader HARVEY'S F 'ii BEER RED
ship society. B 1JR BOMBAY 169 WHITE
Michelle is employed by the REGULAR rwRHEEH 6. BLUE
Department of Corrections in Lake GIN LIGHT tau,
Butler at the North Florida -
Recep- ---. r 49 -

tion She Center.is the daughter of Mr. and 1749 14'l9 I t 22'9 Q99 ALE : w \ adb-in-PO CANE?

Mrs. Edward Kimutis, Jr., and the r E
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- CS.OF 12.$209.88 CS. OF 6.$89.94 .>' CS.OF I 0$137.94 CS.OF 119.88 I I E i
ward Kimutis, all of Starke.
Michelle's younger sister, Karen, ljL---.t 8oPDm.BqQJL S" RQNRJCO3SKRUM vOS
received her Bachelor of Science A J&B (JVUlUNfDTlQJ Gin MYERS'SDARK I
degree in Fashion Merchandizingfrom OOLD OR WMITt
Florida State University,April SCOTCH SCOTCH I GIN 9.49 SALE .AI; 12.99 SALE RUM
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28,and Rick,a brother,was grantedan lu gIVR 2.00 S
AA degree from Santa Fe Junior j'jJ .2.00S.:,.
College with a 3.87 grade point ; 1199 999 Zg. 1299 7.49 AFTER' 10,99 AFTER 999 .." '12PKi"z6ni
average. REBAIE U r-y RERAIE
Karen is employed at Victoria's ___ CS. OF 12.$143.88 CS.OF 12'S119.U cs.OF 12.$155.88 CS.OF-$113.88 CS.OF 6.$77.94 CS.OF 12.$119.88 r
Secret, in the Oaks Mall,

Gainesville Rick's plans, and Western are to Steer.pursue a Johnnie Cutty Giles 's BURNETT BACARDI TARKOV Pearl

course in Business Administrationat Sark GIN AMBER OR SILVER REGULAR& LIGHT
FSU in Tallahassee in the fall. He Wifljcer SCOTCH Gm. 1, 12.99sALE RUM VODKA'
has been accepted at a Southern '
Scholarship Foundation House in LTR..2.00 rA MMa w ul / 12 OZ.

Tallahassee August. and will begin classesin 12991 c..9 Lrt. 199: 10,99s: 949 1 099 \ CANS i

L_ A{, CS. OF 12.$155.88 CS. OF 129.95 j CS. OF 6.$76.95 CS. OF 12-$113.88 CS.OF 6-$65.94
May Building 1 I I I I i i i'' E ; j ; I IWanoa1im a

Permits Show

Increase Over AprilBy 1k1 PREMIUM 86,8' gjmirnoff75Q VODKA/ KENTUCKY

aCT Staff WriterBuilding
permits issued in May ML 1.50 & << 49 ,IN I
l.9 .9
showed a substantial increase over +cFy. JL QO AFTER 1349 14 175 iI 13fl.9 12
tbja preceeding month, but year to O.77 RElATE LT" LTR. '.?a,.,., LTR.
date figures continue to lag behind CS. OF 101.88 CS. OF I. $80.94 CS. OFt.sa9.94 CS.OF 58.94 -' CS.OF 6.BUO CS. OF S.$77.94
the same period last year. ArlSir
March is the only month this yearin Canadian 3nun Stolichnaya DID REGULAR 8 I/GNT/
which building permits exceeded t ; *
Mist. /11oi "
$1 million, an average monthly i .. 80 VODKA 80 VODKA / RALD 3w 99LTR.
figure in 1989. April's 41 permits, 12.99 SALE J14' 2:? 10.99 SALEABSOLUT BLACK LABEL PRIME BOURBON (i-PK...ttIL
less than half
totaling$497,800,fell to
the million dollar March figure.In ,, : _.2.00 AeiAn: _.1.50 ::'..
May, the office issued 45 per- .- 1149 2199 1099 J2
1 0.99
mits for a total estimated value of REBATE 9.49 *REBATE""' p MAGNUMMALT

$792,442,and collected $3,178 in fees. CS OF 6" $77.94 CS.OF 12*$159.95 CS.OF 6.$131.94 CS. OF 12.$131.B8 CS.0F12.$131.88 CS, OF 6-$77.94 ] LIQUOR.

Detail of Permits... 16 OZ. CAN
Stngrnm's Seagram'sCAMADIAN 11 &qp IJasCHMAN WILD jlEISCHMANNS.

.IS Mobile Homes, $172,702 TURKEY 2596PK.&S
-9 Single Family Dwellings, JffitJJNlrEB! "DD1E VODKA
$410,200 101* PROOF BLEND

.-3 4 Additions Upgrade,,re-roof$52,440, $4,000 18 99 12 1ZML 9 'D 11 49 6 99

-1 Pool/deck, $21,760 LTR. LTR. as 750 ML LTR. ROLLING ROCK '
-3 Billboards, $1,300 FREE Aa'0e"0i CS.OF..$77.94 "" CS.Ot 12.$149,95 CS.OF OS5U4 f CS.OF 12.$137.88 CS.OF 12.$83.88 BEER

--1 Garage Gasoline, $11,500 Island, $35,000I ". ,+ ,_ ,. ,-, Ui, ,'

-5 Electric Service, $9,000 .
-1 Metal Building, $63,000 ,uua WINE 'SALE, ; :, "'t:1"Ii: : m 'm I=--"" =- .of"i111Ijelm'"m: I--'III:8 2

-2 Miscellaneous, $12,500 *Mumm's 'ssssf w' M 18.99 6-PK. ""
Carlo Ro-I.H.oa!! : 5.39 .... ..... .
coo. '50 I.f1I.
11 Cards "w &.411II
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"OAV" ilL enen ew-w a ilL
.. Piper Heldsleck ...... t. 19.99 E
More Worth NotingBHS Mnleus Rose' M 3.49 Gallo :: .=- L.1. 3.79 '' Salnlsbury I I C..DO"'''' 'ML 50 1 0.49 BUSCHI
I |Due 1 .ou'f' ? 1 19.99
Ruffino Chianti I CI ass I co 'ilL.50 99 ''ABC -=::,:.; .. Lf1I. 4.19 Beringer .C.."""""". 'ilL 10 0.S9 1uscN LIGHT
Alumni... Gold Seali .. M 8.99 I dllcNAR NATURAL LIGHTPRIVATE
Duboeul o"NAT t. 5.99 'Irakla -=1 1"' L\:. 4.19 Mondavi M..LANG:': MLT... 9.49
BHS alumni are planning a j 69
centennial celebration of Bradford Black lower L :p UMLGN M 3.99 Gallo L1J. 4.99 M I R ...:.rn.n Ui! 9.49 H Louis Martini ,.WAITS A .. M 4.99 ='az ="s 'P
High School, which will be 100
years old in 1991. '*Graham ,r:: aal: M 36.99 Korbel ....:.-.'::1_ M, 9.99 Sutler Home ::".:::. M 4.49
The BHS Alumni Association is -
sponsoring a membership drive. *|alioulelYerclKneJ:;;:... M 16.99 SRS' Ton's rr M 6.99I, Sebastianl ....LOT :MP 6.49 SIOQC
Join today. If your membership has I
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues 10 dot isssff: : M 5.99 Bl, p, SACK Frsixenel are $5. Send checks to Alumni
Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke, Nicolas OOS: : M 4.49' 4111tCtOORHO/I<
32091. Dale Brown, President. (Nun UebfroumllchChoi. ( Teo 4.49 5 ebasttani I CH NIN Tea: 9 9
: ML > COUNTRY TAYLOR [H i ..CU .,' Inglenook, .LANG ML &.99

Three BHS Classes... ': Du GlanaInboulelVerchetre :ML 12.49 WNITEZNIFANDEL ; ,CALIFORNIA I *Chal. SI. j Jean SS/C/ MLi 9.49
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i 6.49 wHlrs WHITE BLUSH.BRUT ,
Three BHS Classes, 1959-60-61! ; i =,.M 8.49 TM w1.00 .ZINFANDEL COLOOUCK *Jordan uu CKMMMT oKcndalJackson M 17.99
have scheduled a "30 year" reu- S (]
nion, Friday and Saturday, July 1 La Francesco ,= M 2.99 41.6 2990 _, t. 9,49 BIRELL
2021.It 'e1 = LTR. ,. IMPORTED
la essential that all class } I.V.Plnol CH'A' Tso ML 6.99 ; q.OF/ $3814 RLR i e' C$.OF 6.529.94 CS.OF 12.$35.88 Sutler Home ZuPerrler 110 ML 3.99 NONALCOHOLIC
members return forms as soon as

possible, in.order that planning can -1JeoI: ,...11II.......,.,..=- 99
be finalized.For 'SOMB GIFT IUMIUVAILABL8 1
information, call Charles AT LAHQER ABC't ONLY 19.99 s PK MLna
Francis, Ph. 964-7735, Tom Smith, Old Grand-Dad 86.WV." :M 9.99 Ccnadlon I CJU& --::,'*' :K 14.49
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Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon, Ph. Kahlua'X
964-5358. GlentivetTR..caTC" M 19.99 Crln Royal TWOa.TIU M, 19.99 y 13.99

Reggae Festival... ; Glenfldd.,1NOOo MM' :M 19.99 CMTOS Regal M X 17.49 Ul Bailey's Irish M 13.119

The Melrose Community School, I (Johnnie Walker 18.99 Blnfoa's 5.0550 05 :X 24.95 Harvey's :AU M 7.99
at the intersection of highways 26
and 21,will host the Melrose
Reg- a.I FRr aRRAwr PP w.wwr#! 1
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Festival, featuring Carribean --- .
gae T SATBIJMr,pt II 1 MONOtl. lUW tl
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music, Sunday, June 17, from 3:>>9

p.m.The opening act will feature the I SCOTCH I VODKA I I I Ii
I'nity Band from Gainesville, play- i I I ( I .
J 1.78 A
Ing Raggea music.Three other 1 13.9 9 LiB I 19991.711 I 11.9915-* '
bands, the Charlie Chaplin Band, Eta AMI Ia.Kera/ 1 .anN-.lewra !rE.tsaLRS K.rw
the Peter Broggs and the Roots I ---- IUHUT.|WI II _
ET111/1E30Ar. JUNE II nauT IM 11 s MM.UMI7| 1
Jamaica Radics, all,will from provide Kingston entertain-, \ I BOSCA CANEI I ABC I GOLD SEAL | GALLO "iV,0"' e

5.49 L\i\ 4 1 13.69 L; I 1.99 '
once tickets, $10, at the gate, .
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1 as fIREOR81 'ral a o w.a.a.LE.Rlear.l IrM-
$12. Children under age 14 admitted -

free. _, WE BEAT All 1 HQUOR

Proceeds will go for the school J '
playground fund. EiIII3tI i PKIt +r
Call ph. "7 -5035 or ph. 665-7780 LOCAL I 1 ADVERTISED I j I *
for further Information.

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. .,, Above: Bobby and Bobbie Weaver relax in the sun at the swimming area on Little Lake Johnson in Cold Head Branch
-, State Park near Keystone Heights.
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Left: From left,two-year-old Matthew Chester and his six-year-old brother.Mark! try to get their inflatable giraffe to
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Head Branch State Park has nine rustic cabins like this one and Jive masonry cabins PhotwbrawEl.n8mIW0CTCold for. rent BumperWarranty.to ------ i $7 4 9 5*

overlooking Little Lake Johnson All of the cabins are furnished and air conditioned.Get r,-,, 0
5 Speed,Air,AM/FM.,

Away From It All 50,000 Miles Cash Rally$1000 or Wheels Down Trade

Few Realize Gold Head Branch State Park 1990 Short Wheel Base Extended Cab 4x4

Offers Affordable Vacation Cabin Rentals Yes Folks... This is a 4x4

by Su. Ellen Smith try to reserve a cabin again for their chen utensils, pots and pans, towels.
aCT It elf Writer next vacation. But you do have to bring your own '
Getting away from It all doesn'"We've had a wonderful time," food" ... *
said. "The cabins have $16 443
lot of
have to mean spending a _
money or driving great distance.A everything you need, including kit- we Cabin page 12BJessie's ,
affordable vacation
relaxing and
spot can be found just six miles east Locking DIIf.. ,AlC,Tilt
Crui Lights
of Keystone Heights at Gold Head StAeel Mirrors
Branch State Park.
Gold Head Is well.known for its
swimming, fishing, and camping. Lounae .y'. ,
But few people seem to realize there < ,

are conditioned also fourteen vacation furnished cabins for and rent air 801 N. Temple Ave. *- .WE. HAVE' GOT, YOUR! CAR' OR? TRUCK//' COME DEAL, .

in the park, all available for$35 per Starke, Florida >

night There plus are tax.two types of cabins I at "Where Country and Rock Lives '91 S-10 Blazer '90 Olds Custom Cruiser 189 Ford Ranger XLT

the park,all overlooking Little Lake ".3,V-6,A/C,AM/FM Stereo Cass, Wagon
Johnson. Nine of the cabins are Moulding Pkg,Tilt Steering,Tinted Class loaded Blue EXt Cab
rustic structures built in the 1930s by ta a ,Bucket Seats,AM/FMCass/ ,Like( New
the Civilian Conservation Corp. $12 995 '$14 g' 95V6
These cabins have a combined living ; 9 title
room, bedroom and a separate fully ""
equipped kitchen. Each cabin also '* Live Bund '89 Dodge<((4x4)) ') 87 OldsCustom,
has its own stone fireplace : ,'r : 188 Hundai Excel GL ,; ,
Low MilesWast$11,495
The other five cabins are masonry CruiserThese
cabins which were built in the 1950s Ladies Drink Free SpmFridaySaturday m : ,. .
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larger structures have a : ...' $3 995 ,Loaded
bedroom, livingroom and fully a O s$9995' : '':1; ownerA, s < :.<' ,
equipped kitchen. They are heated .r.'<
electrically. Live Band
All 1 of the cabins have sleeping ac- Night' :'88 Plymouth Shadow'comodatloll8fonlxpeople.although .
Luxury 86 f '
AT AC 89 Nissan SentraO t
thet3Spernightteeonlycoverstour'i"' / 4 Door, ,
people Extra people can stay in the J. 1 fl.. .lJ.L'. own ; W $8
cabins per for night an additional. $5 per person r.\ Happy Hour 411 i file Extras. '':>,.ap: N' $7as 4' 95' 4 Cyl.,5 Speed

Bedding in the cabins includes I I a Mon.-Fri. '
full ize bed, two rollaway tfhd a + '87 Tercel I'..F F"
Toyota )
Stark* 4:00 7:00 Cutlass ;
pull-out couch: A The: larger masonry Camp Blinding pm pm >" <'; ,1; 89 Olds ,
cabins, with their separate I H ALL.DRINKSREDUCED '90'' Nissan\Sentra '. 1""LowMilesbedroomaandllvlngroomsaresul' \.' ?-?; ?<

gested for park visitors with groups :q.&;:. Sunroof,Sport Wheels-,"< Supreme :';;Wa$ $5,995 t. "' .'.i?R
x'"1'16 '' :'

of more than four people. ;.PRICED'K1QHT, 0 "e $9495< $'A99'5
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Sue Petro of Orange Park cabins who; 1 Block Fran J 964-9995 .; '"ffl"* stayed in one of the rustic Light
with her family for four days last 01'
week said she and her family en Net Rebate 10%Down+Ux,tag&!idstoyed
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black females. $2,000. with the possession of alcohol by a Aggressive assualt and battery. Al Desue, 48,charged on a capias
More than half of those arrested Bonnie Baker Carney, 36,Putnam person under age 21. Posted $250 Total bonds $7,000. for carrying a concealed.weapon.
Police BeatArrest remained In Jail over the weekend, County resident four charges: 1. bond. John Oscar Flythe, 30, two counts $5,000 bond set. ,
awaiting appearance before Judge DUI, .12 SAC;' 2. DUI warrant Rolland Lynwood Shafer 19 of issuing worthless checks. Posted David Cary Smith, 19 charged
George Pierce Monday. Alachua County. 3. Unlawful use of charged with possession of alcohol bonds of$102Embritt with three counts; 1. Throwing a
driver's licenser 4. Driving with by a person under age 21. Posted. Lee,58,charged with two deadly missile; 2. Criminal
records in the Bradford license suspended.. Bonds set total $250 bond.Ned counts of disorderly conduct. Cash mischief; 3. Battery.
County Sheriffs office indicate a Names and Charges... $6,000. Love 38,Volusla County resident bond set, $100.Douglas John Brian Stafford( 20, charged
steady are enteringthe John Walter Howard, 22, from Ernest Glenn Tetstone, 44, charged with failing to.pay Ancil Rehberg 18,charged with two counts: 1.Throwing a deadly -
criminal justice system throughthe Gulf County,two charges: 1. DUI; 2. Alachua County resident, two child support. Bond set$750 plus$17 with possession of alcohol by a missile at an occupied vehicle: 2.
wrong door, being arrested for Giving alcohol to minor. Posted charges: 1. DUI (3rd offense); 2. for sheriffs fee. person under age 21. Posted $250 Criminal mischief.
misdemeanors and felonys. Last bonds totaling $750. Driving with license suspended. Eva Jeanette Carter, 33 chargedon bond. Kelvin Hamm, 28, charged withfour
week, between Wednesday, June 6. Vernon Keith Davis, 28, charged Michael Douglas Stone, 42, Duval two counts:' 1. No valid driver's Andrew M. Cain,28 arrested on a counts of violating community
and Monday June 11, twenty eight with possession of marijuana. County resident, charged with 5 license; 2.DUI(2nd offense).Posted Clay County capias for petit theft. control: 1. Burglary, :2 counts: 2.
persons were arrested for various Posted$715.23 bond. counts of sexual battery. Bond set at $1,262.50 bond Bond set.$252. Forgery, 10 counts; Dealing in
infractions of the taw. The group Rother Johnson,23,Putnam Coun- $25,000 each county, total, $125,000. William David Marchant, 20, two Keith C.Roberts,19,Nassau County stolen property.Cheryl .
was composed of 14 white males 8 ty charged with allowing a minor todrive William Tracy Turner, 49, two charges; 1. Driving with license resident, charged with driving Leigh Patray, 31, chargedwith
black males 4 white females and 2 a car. Bond set at $250. charges: 1. DUI; 2. Violation of suspended i Possession of alcohol by with license suspended. Bond set battery. $500 bond set.
John Walter Clemons, 20,charged driver's license restriction. Total person under age 21. $215.25. Released on own Annie Denise Green, 19, chargedwith
with DUI .14 BAC (Blood Alcohol bond 91,250.Kenna Michael Rendard Davis, 28! Clay recognizance. three counts (of violation of
Content). Bond $500. Tucker 25, 3 capias, with County resident,charged with three Johnny Dewayne Spencer, 33, parole] ; 1. Forgery; 2. Burglary; 3.
Notes Norma Jean Bass, 31, charge with total bonds set at $524.50. counts: 1. Aggressive battery; 2. charged with the manufacture of Grand theft. Three bonds were set,
violation of probation. Bond set Brian Keith Limy, 19, charged Retaliatation against a witness; 3. cannlbas. $1,000 bond set. $5,000 each, for a total of$15,000.

2,800 to ArriveAt

BlandingNearly Winn-Dixie DISCOUNT COUPONS

2.800 National Guard and *3O OFF OFF CHILDREN
Army Reserve soldiers will begin arriving
July 7 at the Camp Blanding NEW FOR
Training Site for annual training ex AlIt -
ercises. !
The primary unit in training will
be the 1st Battalion 265th Air \199WOI-.
Defense I
Artillery Brigade Headquartered
in Daytona Beach. In ad- A MILLION GALLONS OF I
dition supply maintenance SPLASHING, CRASHING .. .
medical and signal units from WATER FUN! : .\'
South Rlv ( Drtv ". e
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Florida Kentucky, Tennessee and e.
J.trylland l Qvorgti/ 31520OltEMtta.
training during the l -dal. period. STARKE
Small arms firing will be con- 410 WIST MADISON ITREIT
ducted during the exercises,
however there will be no artillery

pected vicinity firing.The annual to Helicopter of be Camp minimal.training Blanding flight period are in will ex-the June 17th is DAD'S DAYTreat

conclude July 21.

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annual Keystone Air Show Saturday ii
June 30.The t ; GIBSON
event, sponsored by the Cityof .crakes 0 e
Keystone Heights and producedby FATHERS DAYCARDS (
the Keystone Aero Club, will In- W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF
clude airplane rides, Warbirds \ ,BONELESS ONE COUPON
helicopter rides military jets,aerialdogfights i/
Forces displays, skydiving exhibi- (I '
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balloon rides, and a model airplane L. "I 2 5 $1.00 OFF 12 Exposure and 15 Exposure

show. ; o $2.00 OFF 24 Exposure and 36 Exposure
There will also be aerobatic '
demonstrations by World Champion r $ 9 7 Offer good on Double or 4"X8" prints.
Ellen Dean, Laser Master John 3 (C-41 process only).
O'Connell,Citabria Clown Bob York, Offer
F F good 6/14/90/ thru 6122/90
and Pitts Specialist Kill Hunter.
Admission for U ow will be $5 (' LB. COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER.
for adults, $3 tu> students and
children under 12 free.The show will
last from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Keystone Air Park is located on
SR-100 .between'Keystone Heights t ) JL '
and Starke. For more-information'
call 4732178.

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be Generally examined speaking for leaks,the on need a weekly to add basil more TAKE HOME FRIED 12 PK. 5 5 9 aw+olti+Atst c : GRAPE GRANGE LEMON/LIME! $

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outer surface or near bon connection are SMOOTH or CRUNCHY or

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indication that an internal NIl if worn. tlt: PEANUT BUTTER. &? PUDDING CUPS : 9 $199
ray OIL . 1T
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carl cooling lyaem are jobi a
profetiional Ai for coolant MARKETPLACEPHARMACY
maintenance,reverie flushing sod LOTION -
changing the coolant should be performed VIRGINIA $O39 BC COLA 'a' OLD SPICE ,

Engine! with major component lllldeolalwnlnumlhout'd 4 CH_. WALNUT. .AFTERSHAVE J For Your Prescription Needs. Our
have their coolant /C//EtE>tYa eJJEsspavAt RLae./ $ pharmacists are available' to
changed annually.to DAKisHtCoV $ 49 12-PK ti F4rt;' $ a Y you ofrlow escrlptlon questions. advise

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traffic with overheat any engine" ,even m kcepln for
fairly add weiiher. Thil weekl*cotumi laBOMored FRESH-BAKED $439 ,' I ...*., all major third your convenience. acceptClean
660 N.Witoul by SM(State ML 16)ill SuAa.W GARLIC BREAD i& fl DEEP SOUTH $1 28 LOUNGE $ 97 plans. including _PAID prescription and

complete.have 91.000 machine pats shop ta seevse.stock and Major nai a credit GRAPE JELLY . iii CHAIR . . E*. be MEDIMET.undersold.and will never knowingly

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I t.IiIiII: .'M..'.. ,:a. I .neI4.1990, '11.1: .I:(.Jt.\l.II..I.I.\II.S&\III I : : \ 'roK...B SKCTION '."If..an

f Bradford County January Land Sales Top $1.2 MillionLand .1

sales recorded in the Bradford James L. and Shirley Nell .\i. Miles,Gainesville,lot 3,Indian Lake FNB Properties Inc. to Robert G.
I courthouse In January amountto drew to Lamar W, and Deborah W. Woods, $4,000. and Shirley W. Canady Anchorage,
w.. 1214690.Largest transaction for Penningtoa,lot 12,Golf view,10000. Billie Cowart and Elaine Woods, Alaska, lot IS, Crystal Lake .
ChiropracticCenter the month was a parcel on Crystal Kevin Hawthorne and Tracey Ben- Jacksonville, to Mary Ann Soud,lot Homesitea, $130,000.
f Lake which sold for 130000. nett to Clan Charles and Keleen 9A,. Breamwood Point, section 4, FNB Properties Inc. to Carl
Values of transactions are figured O'Nealie FI, lot 21, T7 R21E, 5000. Stephen Sheppard, Hampton 2.25 :
,, from the amount of documentary' Ridge Unit 8, f63.000. Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis to acres in NEV of SWV4 section 31,
OVER 700 INSURANCE taxes paid at the time of filing the Jack M.and Marilyn R.Courtnay, Tom H. and Rena R. Herndon, T7S. R22E, $$10.000..
COMPANIES ACCEPTED Dr.V.A. Berry deed for record in the office of the J. Brook and Helen L. Brown to Lawtey, Eta of E'tillots 45 and 60. Ernest S.and Frances D.Foster to
Clerk of Courts at the courthouse. Beverly Vernimo, Lakeland SlAt lot and EH4 of EV4 lot 44 north of gradedroad Eddie D. and Marcia H. Leach,
AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES Only properties worth more than 9 Keystone Oaks $2,500. Woodlawn section 11, T5S, Jacksonville, lot B, block D, Mount
HEADACHE .LOW BACK PAIN $1.000 are considered for this report. Alfred E. antic Lisa Ann Brims, R22E, $19,400. Pleasant on Silver Lake 60000.
NECK &ARM PAIN .LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS Linda F. Alexander to Owen Joist Orlando,to William C.and Anna M. W.J. Jr. and Beatrice Dodd to Inman D. and Melba S. Green and
MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROl of Florida,Inc.5 acres In NV4 section Reno, lot 7, block D, Dalewood, Lloyd E.Jones, lots 4 and 5,Block A, Elise G. Pass to Johnnie R. Jr. and
2, TBS, R22E, $5,200. $46,400. Pinehurst Subdivision, $24,000. Kathy C. Hobbs, 1.56 acres in SWV4of
NEV4 section 20, TBS, R22E,
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE: Lenward Holmes, Lillie Mae Ralph P. Bryan to Gary R. II and Florida Investors Mortgage Corp.to $25,000. _
Holmes Riley, Alonzo Holmes and Stephanie D. Lafferty, Lawtey, Norman J. and Lauri Conti and Tom II. and Rena R. Herndon to
964-8018 I Dora Holmes Alexander to Suzanne parcel In SEV of SEVi section 27, Joseph L.and Elizabeth A.Locicero, John E. and Patrice C. Russell
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) Lynne Kitchens, % acre in NWV4 of TBS, R22E, $55,000. lots 6 and 8, block 10, Original Townof Lawtey,E*of EU Jots 45 and 60 and
"-fi'v section 32, T6S, R22E, 39000. Jack M. Courtney to Eugene Starke $26,000. EH of EH lot 44 north of graded
road, Woodlawn, 75000.
... .. """u (.... u '2. .-, Jerome KleInman to Thomas
Blake Hamilton, Brooker, 39.81
acres In NWtt section 17,T7S,R20E,

1 $60,000.Lloyd R. and Janet D. Lester to
Stanley K. and Theresa D. Shepard,
Hampton, 2.69 acres in SV of SWV4 .:
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. section 5 TBS R22E, $52,500.Roswell .
I E. and Jeanette H.Lutz to ..
C 3y Os .
Edythe M. Nicholson, Melrose, Unit
----- JUNE 14-20 1990 5, Geneva Springs II, a Condominium
RESERVED Francis A.and M.Jane Menard to
W-D BRAND ,, '1="':': '=: George and Wanda L. Kenning,
Jacksonville, parcel in NEV4 of :
U.S. CHOICE BEEF > STORE NEV4 of SWV4,section 32,T6S,R22E .

Y HOURS 3-LBS. or MORE $15,000.Sun Hay Ngin to Frank and DianeBentley
BOTTOM ROUND 1 acre in SWV4 of NEV4 section
Edythe M. Nicholson to Donald E
and Dorothy L Gies Melrose lot 25,
or fRYER L11IlLRMJ GROUND Indian$66,600.Beach Subdivision, unit 3,

Plum Valley Investments, Inc. to
1 Richard A. Marchette Keystone
RUMP ROAST QUARTERS' I"TURKEY Heights lot 7, block 16, KeystoneClub
Estates Unit 1, $40,000.
I Pick up your David R. Rape to James L. and

copy of our portion Mary R.of Mangum lot 7, block Monroe 1, Santa N.C.FeShores ,

JUNECoupon and Joe A., 25000.Sapp to. Suzanne L. Kit-
9-11 LB. chens and Steve L. Whitehead, lot 2,
5 7 PKG. I Food Gazette for I block C, Dalewood 7500.
OVER Leslie Warren and June B.Sapp to
2 Michael C. and Juanita L. Kersey,
0 $21in parcel E:%of SWV of SEtt section
17, T6S R22E, $50,000.
Coupons and Marilyn R. Stone to James Owen
BONELESS I mail-In rebates. and Beverly Byerly McCrea, 20
acres, the Wtt of SWVi of SEV4 sec
tion 9. T6S, R22E $55,300.
LB. LB. LB Jack M. and Marilyn Tubs
John R. and Barbara A. ,
Keystone Heights portion of lot 15,
Geneva Woods, $9,090
BOTTOM ROUND STEAK LB. $277 FRYER THIGHS La 78C WAMPLER TURKEY BURGERS PKG. $599 Charles Edward and J.Pastsy and Mary R. Reding K.Wagner,S 922'to

of SEV4 of SEV4,west of SR-100, sec
tion 35,T7S, R22E, $46,000.
Addis Wright Warren and Richard
or W-O REGULAR Warren to Holbert G. and Nadine E.
/4, W- WHOLE r HICKORY SWEET FRANKS or Barriangton, lot 19 Parkwood Subdivision -

.. (;nnununiu' .- ,$46,000William ... ._ ... .. .
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'V. .II it 'John AJ'|Jr. and' .Kimberly.
/ "">tnl'Ntar :-43oolsbyi2tt acres, parcels: No and
i1'- AVAILABLE: 7A of Weyshner Tract, in NWtt of
Traveler's Checks section 12, T6S R21E, $12,800.
LB. LB. 12-oz. '''' Credit Card Applications William M. and Betty Wayshnerto
Applications Money Orders Joe and Linda McGhghy parcel
in W*of SEV4 section 34,T5S,R21E,
Certificates ol Deposit Night Depository
$4199 $299 :$529 Money Market Accounts Notary Public $10,200. .
BEEF PATTIES . sox O HAM . . La WINGS !ri& HOURS Henry G. and Maida E. Williams
to James E. Jr. and Deborah S.

OLE OAKCREEKor CAROLINE $4Q8 MADISON BRAND $ G9 PORK THURS MONWED. & .FBI. 9 9am-4pm a.m::8 p m: S IIIKf111.1t Lawrence 31, TSS,SVi, R22E lot 18, $20,000.,Woodlawn,section

SLICE BACON V.,: CORN DOGS . La RIBLETS . 1Jf$780. SATURDAY 8 a m2 p m 13uIk;!1

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baseball facility. Assisting him will The Gainesville Artisan Guild is
I Items of Interest guest, WTLV Channel 12'a Tim Hunter Education be UNF Assistant Coach Russ located at 806 W. University Ave. in
Deegan. Brown and Englewood head Gainesville. Hours are Monday
*r June 26- "Five Little Monkeys," Courses Set Baseball Coach Jack Spencer and through Saturday, 111 a.m. to 5:30:
special pest Petty Officer Phil The Florida Game and Fresh several former pro and college p.m. '
crafts, stories and films. Lamb.
Library ActivitiesSet Collect Water Fish Commission will be offering player!". For further Information, call '
your Bookaneer Booty gold June 28 "The Exotic Tropics free hunter education Camp sessionuvo liable: June 392-4355 03717845.Measles, .
for doubloons, bookmarks, and reading special guest, The Staff of thesanla courses
Summer 17-22, June
logs. It's all free! The Fe Community during the month of July. at the 24-29,July B-13;and July
following are College Teaching Epidemic
Sign on with Captain Book and be upcoming Zoo. following locations: Cost is $295 for overnight
a Summer Bookaneer at the Brad June 1*-programs Measure: Hunt," with Cecil Field July 21-22, 8a.m.-5 campers (Includes housing and Prompts Hospital Ban,
ford County Public Library or on the special guest, Captain Book. For more information,call or stop p.m.Orange meals)and$185 for day campers per On Child VisitsThe
Bookmobile. Have a summer of June 21 "Blow Ye Winds," by the library, 964-6400, 105 E. Park High School -- July The camp is open to ages
adventure with 9, II, 12, 6-10 p.m. 8-17. For more information or to measles epidemic continues,
special guests, (special time 1-2:30 ), special Jackson St., Starke.
p.m. Fletcher High School....July 24, receive a brochure, phone the UNF according to the Alachua County
-- a. 6-10 p.m.Wililston. Baseball Office at 646-2356. Health Department. The public'scooperation
I Area ServicemenPvt. Community Center-Ju is still appreciated by
ly 20, 6 p.m.Baseball. Pottery and Glass area hospitals for the safety and
well-being of both visitors and pa-
Robert M. Bailey, Jr. an general support maintenance on Force Base, Texas. Camp Artwork Show Set tients. '
Army National Guard' Private the UH-l helicopter. Personnel are Graduates of the course studied The Gainesville Artisan's Guild Is The following standards have been
Robert M. Bailey Jr. has completeda trained in the duties of crew chief general law enforcement duties,tac- Set at UNF pleased to announce that award- set by the health department:
track-vehicle repairer course at and record keeper.He tics, weapons training, physical ap- University of North Florida Coach winning artist Win Blazier will be No children under 15 months may
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. is the son of Lee Cronin of prehension and restraint and earned Dusty Rhodes will direct North the Artist of the Month for April. visit the hospital.
Students were taught to Rural Route 4, Starke. He is a 1969 credits toward an associate degreein Florida Baseball Blazier will be displaying pottery Children under 15 years must have
troubleshoot of William science the Com- Camp summerat and fused glass artwork. proof of MMR (measles Innocula-
repair, and maintain graduate Floyd High applied through the
University of North Florida lion to
mechanical, electrical, air and School, Mastic Beach, N.Y. munity College of the Air Force. This show will run June 1-June 30. ) visit the hospital.
hydraulic systems on tracked-
vehicles. He Is the son of Carolyn Y.Valdesof
Bailey is the son of Robert M. and John C. Bright, Jr. 1836 Cadillac Circle, Tampa, and
Anniebell Bailey of Rural Route 3, Marine Corps Pvt. 1st Class JohnC. John C. Bright Sr. of 6925 Gilda
Lake Butler, Fla. He is a 1989 Bright Jr.has graduated from the Court, Keystone Heights. The Lake Butler Apparelfounded
graduate of Union County High U.S. Air Force law enforcement marine is a 1987 graduate of
School. specialist course at Lackland Air Keystone Heights High School.

,;:{t1 in 1960
Sgt. Scott A. SumpterScott by

A. Sumpter, son of William BradfordChiropractic
C. and Patricia A. Sumpter of Norman and Elida Stephenson
Keystone Heights, has been promoted Center
in the U.S. Army to the rankof
sergeant. Celebrates its
Sumpter is a medical sergeantwith Starke Office
the 706th Maintenance Bat- 218 S. Walnut St.
talion at Fort Richardson, Alaska.He 3Oth Anniversary
is a 1983 graduate of Keystone Next to the Clumber: of Commerce

Heights High School. 964-4957 Friday, June 22, 1990

Cpl. Mark E. Barnes PAIN CONTROL

Marine Cpl. Mark E. Barnes, son Headache .
of Robert D. and Marilyn F. Crosierof Neck & Arm
6496 Woodland Drive, Keystone Mid Back
Heights, recently participated in Exercise Low Back 8c-Leg.+ INJURIES .
Alpine Warrior-90. Work Related
The annual training exercise, con- 4 -Sport
ductedd at Fort McCoy, Wis., provides Personal
training to prepare individualsand
units for cold weather contingency Auto Accidents
operations. Barnes received DR. W. DAVID SIKES
arctic skills and confidence training ti CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
as well as tactical training
under arctic conditions.He THE TEAM APPROACH
is currently serving with the
2nd Force Service Support Group,
Marine. Corps Base,Camp Leneune, 34 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK
1986 graduate of Keystone 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Heights High School, he joined the
Marine Corps in February 1987. His TJItm CHTk Haunt Moa-PrL..50-6.00 p..... Smt.By AppoIntment .
wife, Melissa, is the daughter of "
Jack and Francis Hardee, also of ..
Keystone Heights.Learnantine. r

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D. JeffersonNavy
Seaman Recruit Learnan- "FOREMOST to bring you Start

tine D. Jefferson,daughter of SylviaE. PRICES 6/14

and William S.Jefferson Sr.of 413 ., ., ". t7'.t. ., .,. -..... ..
W. Center St.,Starke,has completed I '"
recruit training at Recruit. Training' : j --0.; H .biw slid .ioo '" jildur to abnlb
Command, Orlando;:'" R. ;n qQ /+., '" ,e, .! <..../t.tU ,{ g<, : A company committed to its employees to provide the

training During cycle Jefferson's, she studied eight-week general "f.1 i75s':,SMIRNQFF'VQDKA' 80. ;,'.14.7(7 highest standard of living and personal satisfaction

military subjects designed to ,.75.%: CAN.A Yi1 Yi1yt4y MIST d :f!:;>t;;;.: %ffw12 99: possible.A .
for further academicanonthejob (1.15 J Oll"THQMPSON,7'JX9fltt'f; Ll h't sari1 0.99,
training in one of theNavy's ,'<-.SEAGRAM'CROWN'ROYAI.x: ftY '? ,214.99 company commited to its customers to produce at

Her studies 85 basic included fields. seamanship !,750 I:SEAGRAM 7"?CROWN f ';--jii'1'
close order drill Naval history and 'S'i XTRA'DRY GfN.:rf/'i\: < 13.99 second to none.
first aid. Personnel who completethis "it 111! D A' & /'w't\W'S0,,,::>;>tJY': )f.'i '99
for three course hours of instruction of college are credit eligible n ;a\s/. 1t.O'>;:;>,,,,,K>,";=Elf.", >;,,,''fwt.&dM Jug"" ..7; ..ti>.>D"'W.!{;:2..1f4, ;, \"iJ-E,>.t.__$"',:,,;,;,v.r.,<"<<7")'?":'f'f' !.,;.J.>...<-.<>'1'4,..c.;' ..1y,.'> .,.<..,._.-', This celebration will include: Factory tours and a free

Physical Education and Hygiene.A .
1987 graduate of Bradford High, meal for all
she joined the Navy in March 1990. 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE attending.EVERYONE

Pfc. Anthony James Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
Marine Pfc. Anthony L. James, Employees and their families, former employees, local and
son of Emma L. James of 508 Sw ,
Eighth St., Lake Butler, recently OPEN SEVEN DAiS A WEEKWEDNESDAY'S surrounding area friends are all ,
reported for duty at Marine Bar-
1989 graduate of Union County
High School, he joined the Marine LADIES OPEN HOUSE

Corps in August 1989. Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pm-12:00am: ; 11:45 AM to 7PM

Sgt. George A. CanovaSgt. LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC Come enjoy 30 years of progress Tours and meals will

been .decorated George A.with Canova the Air Jr.Force, has Slim Short and Rose Marie on KeyboardsWed. be continuous during OPEN HOUSE. f

Achievement The Achievement Medal Medal in South is awarded Korea.- ., Fri., Sat. & Sun. Nights 255 SE.: 6th Street Lake Butler

to airmen for meritorious ser-

vice, acts of courage, or other ac- .

complishments.He is a communications-computer. I .- \. Florida Federal: ,

systems operator with the 1855th
Command, Control and Intelligence

Squadron.Canova is the son of George A.and
Joann F. Canova of 6600 Marshall A WINNING
Lane Bradford, Starke.High He School.is a 1981 graduateof COMBINATION

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Registration for new students for evening session on Tuesday June l1J, Beginning fainting.
Summer B classes will be held on from 6 to 8 p m. Betty Lou Drost,a Other Summer B classes Inlcude
Thursday June 14 from 10 a.m. to college academic advisor,will be at Intro Computers, College Composition
..... ". ... 3:30 p.m., at the Andrews Center of the Andrews Center both days to ,Principles of Management,
Santa Fe Community College in assist students?1.. :qheduling.; Business Math College Algebra and
1 1i Slnrke. American National Government.
Featured classes during the short B Term classes begin on July 2
I e Regular registration begins on six-weeks summer term are World mil \-\rn In August 16:For more Iniiiiii -
It ; Monday June 18, with a special! Geography. Child Psychology, and ,.'- V ,tiiiii'w/. *.!nntu.D : : I




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38 Children Honored at Bradford M

Head Start Graduation Programby

Sue Ellen Smith of three year olds entering the pro- 1080 N. Pine St. in Starke the entire
KT Stuff Writer gram.Fewer four and five year olds month of June to enroll qualified ap-
A capacity crowd of children, entered the program this year. plicants.! For more information
parents. Head Start officials and .' (The next session of the Head Start
community leaders packed the Program begins Aug. i5, Jenkins about the county's Head Start Program _
cafeteria of the R.J.E. Center last said.A family service employee will Jenkins said, people should
week to watch thirty-eight children ht on hand,at the R .1.E. Center at, call 9648342. ssoF
receive diplomas or certificates of + ss, 860 r ces.i
,,. .''SI850 Good
attendance from the Bradford Coun- .
ty Head Start Program. TRONU MBElDISTRIBUXORStfor ) -. Thru
"Head Start Ts designed to 6/21
strengthen our children's abilities to your glass block,ceramic tile,marble&quarry tile needs. Model 20511 or 20588 .'21" cut. Push Mower $14

meet kindergarten and master and the maximize daily tasks their of Large selection of floor tile& TILE OF THE WEEK, __Rear_ f bagger!:.: 2 yyr.warranty. .. .. _:.Was J.32-2!____:t1)8997: Per Month

educational successes later"Starke decorative glass block. I Model 20611 21" cut,.:Self Propelled RoarWas$499.pO $20
Head Start Center Manager Jessie Proud distributors bagger''2 yr warranty $42900 Per Month
Jenkins said. "We are proud of our -------------------------
graduates." JH of Pee Dee Pavers , .|Model 20667 21* cut.5 HP; Quantum'Engirt- $24
Head Start children the "VV." V $54995I
BBC Rear bagger ?vi! : Now Only Par Month
crowd with three different song and --- ------- ------------- ------
dance programs before the diplomaand 2408 N. Waldo Road I I Model 56150'32"cut-8 HP'.Rear Engine Rider Special
certificate awards ceremony. Gainesville, FL 2 yr. warranty Only One $129995 Sato
Refreshments were available after 377-5344 --- -------------------
wards. I I Model 56175 12 HP I/O Engine-32"cut
The federally funded Head Start t' Electric start Was$1749.95 $154 95 $63
Program was started In 1964 to pro- --- ----------------- -- -- Per Month
vide services to improve the social WATER EXERCISE & AEROBICS I Model 51641 Curved shaft trimmer << 18 co

and tional learning health skills and the nutri- Classes On Now! __Engine 17 cut Fingertip>>.start _Was$169.95____$_-_-_ -_-__ Per$12 Month
of economically disad- Going mam e>M >mim MM MM eM>* mm MM*ewatH --
vantaged children before they enter Model 51650-Straight shaft commercial $12
public school. Bradford County has LAND CLASSES Trimmer -24 cc Engine- 16"cut Was$309.95 $24995 Per Month
had a Head Start program since WATER
ROTO-HOE TILLERI! Hurry..Contest Ends Soon!
The program children Jenkins to different said Introduces .-T-W.-Th. Keystone Commercial-Sr.Services Circle Bldg.

cultures experiences and learning 9 am
tools.Most children who enroll in the pm

program kindergarten adjust better entering.to the.,.. .M. -W. Starke-Methodist.Church
demands of public school,she said. -- '6pm, Walnut St.
<...*+ .fc *__ .. -'Rou s _4 T-Th.539pm.. 1\
Jenkins said that the Bradford must cad to _
County Head Start Program V had register for water r 2 Classes Per Week

years fewer due graduates to the Increased than in previous number .Enrollment:Limited\.. $25 for 4 Weeks 4733784A b CHEMICAL CO

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Hand Institute Lake Butler Hospital's Emergency

Room will only be open for emergencies of the

hands and feet, not for general emergencies.Our .

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outpatient clinic, which is. not staffed by a

physician., is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven.

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days a week. Please be advised that in order to .


use the Outpatient Clinic, you need to make

arrangements to meet your physician there. '

We regret that. lack Xf physician availability has I,

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I Dog Bite Incident in Bradford County Draws Attention to Lack of AnimalCoT trol


by Sue Ellen Smith wanted to get this dog off and stop ment to file an incident report that usually handled through the sheriff's didn't understand! y the sheriffs Rensberger said.
CTtMfWrMerWoody the fighting before he turned arounda he discovered not only does Brad- de nt. department was handling dog bite County "Commission Chairman
Manning said he found out bit a kid/' Manning said. "I grabbed ford County not have an animal con- Sheriff Kenneth Ethcridge said complaints when 'it la the health Maxie Carter; Jr. said he believed
the hard way that Bradford County the dog and when I grabbed him trol unit, Manning himself is respon-- after his department receives such a department's job to do so. The the consider would not
does not have an animal control unit he grabbed my left arm." sible for catching the dog and taking complaint a deputy is sent to locate health department isn't equipped to even creating; an animal
or an animal control ordinance. Manning said that after he let the It to a veterinarian to find out if it the animal's owner and inform the catch stray dogs either, Rensberger control officer position because of
Manning,who lives on Silver Lake dog go, the dog moved closer to the has rabies If the dog's owner cannotbe owner that the dog must be put said but can force dog owners to the expense. He said he thought it
near Keystone Heights, was bitten group of children and continued to found. under quarantine for 10 days until it quarantine their dogs. If the ownerof would cost the county about 50ooo
twice Sunday afternoon by a stray attack his dog. Manning then grabbed Manning said that as'far as he can be determined If the dog has a dog cannot be found, per year to pay full-time officer,
dog who attacked one of his own the dog, which had his dog by the knew the dog had been abandoned at rabies. In a case such as Manning's Rensberger said a health depart- and buy a vehicle and shelter
dogs. Manning was attending his neck by the collar and by one of his the lake nearly a year ago by its where tho owner cannot be located ment employee tries to find the dog "But maybe one day we'll have to
own birthday party with about 60 ears and dragged both dogs into the owner who has not yet been locatedby Etheridge said there isn't much the and check on it after the 10 day: do it," Carter said.
other people at his father's house on lake. the sheriff's department."I department can do because it isn't quarantine Is up.
Silver. e when the incident occur Manning said when the dog released feel that the owner is liable but equipped to handle animal control -has filed with Manning said, given the situation
Manning a report
I also feel the county should have an situations. is nothing more he
the shelty he shoved the stray there really can
red.Manning the health ,and someone
said a of about 20 animal control unit because if I can't department the but try to watch It
group dog's head under the water "to cool The county really needs to be from the department will be check do about dog
children were playing on a slide at find the owner I've got to go catch to see if It is healthy. He
him off, but when he let the dog up looking into for 10 days
getting anii.ial be
an control ing the if it found
on dog can
the lake's edge during the this dog myself and take him to the who live around the lake
party the dog bit his right hand before get- officer." Etheridge said., Rensberger said. AU dog bites' said people
when a stray dog, which he said ting away from him and running into vet and" I'm liable to get bitten Etheridge also said that if someone should be reported to the county will also have to be careful to avoid
resembled small, again Manning said. "But it's thator with the dog.
a the crowd of peopln' Manning said shoots contact
a dog which they health department Rensberger
shelties "
bulldog attacked of his take a $200 rabies treatment.
one he chased the dog from the crowd claim has bitten them they can be said because the health department
which was laying about 10 feet away with a stick. Manning's shelty was County Clerk Ray Norman said as charged with animal cruelty., conducts rabies control investigations. "It's only a matter of time before
from the group of children. not seriously injured by call. far as he knew the county has never Edward Rensbe er, environmental something serious happens and he
"Normally, I stay out around It was. when Manning. .. the had an animal control ordinance. specialist with the Bradford "There l is a problem in the county jumps somebody that's not an
fight,but with aU those kids .-nll""... r r".r. ow "'7' .cpllrt-- Dog bite complaints he said, are County Ilrnllli Dupni Inw n' IOn'" he because there is no animal control adult" Manning said.


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Five Bradford Middle: School
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$ test, In competition with about 25 TOMMY BRAY 1320 N.Temple Avenue
5 other schools in the district, have Manager Starke. FL 32091
y won first place at the 2nd Congres-
J. .tonal District of Florida level.
Winners at the district level _laslsllat1. (COUPON lalalat ._1_1 :
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: their classroom. 1161, Rnits IIM.Amdrrrn,Mar....,IIt "M1ny I liT GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION i i

Jonathan Smith, Greg Marshall.
ntuDOM ran ALL is CMATCO
Justin Jones, Candie Norman and E AND GENERAL REPAIR i .1
Casey Trimble worked on the map at
least 250 hours,said history teacher a I Across from Merchants&Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FL i
Becky Jones, who along with Principal -i
Dr. John Mazzella, have implemented i 473-9543 SPECIAL i I Ii
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Now in its second year, the CV Boots
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test is designed to encourage i (Only Valid With Coupon) InstalledCOUPON -
students to study geography in rela- f I Visa& Mastercard Most Cars .
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America. It is sponsored by the
Commission on Bicentennial of the
United States Constitution, whose Map Wins District Contest...
chairman is Chief Justice Warren
Burger. Burger notes, "Geographyand This National Historical Pictorial Map,made by the use was the award at the districe level. GatorWestern
history are closely related, if rive Bradford Middle School Students shown above With the map are (I to r) Jonathan Smith, Candle Purple
you do not understand both..you has won first place In the 21st Congressional District Norman, Casey Trimble,Justin Jones and Greg Mar-
cannot really understand either contest, competing with schools from the 23 counties shall.
one. included In the district. A prize of f 100 for classroom WearHwy.

I FmllA Committee Member Election Set June 25 301 South Starke 9644809Father'

The election of a Farmers Home area for which the election Is being
Administration County Committee held. $ Day
member will take place on June 25, One committee member will be '
County Supervisor Mel L.Thompsonsaid. selected to serve a three-year term. Special.
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:$250.00 FOR INFORMATION SPECIAL24X44.3 BR.2 BA with shingle Sat June 16.8:30-4. From Bradford TO RENT:In Country. Will keep place
leading to recovery of antique SHELL roof hardboard siting. Only $185/ Hospital take Coney Rd. to Southgata neat 904-260-0172 (Mandarin). .203.H, *mp1e. Starke
sign! removed from Torode Farm one Month. Call .Roy'.Mobile I Home Drive. Follow sign. 7 11RIDE .
mile South 301. Probably removed Sale, Live Oak 904-364-5197. GRAHAM: Riverbend Estate.Lot 2. Sat- NEEDED to and from Summer Cecelia TerwtUegar
Monday night May 28. $500 FOR urday.June 18.II- RECOVERY SHELL SIGN. John CALL TODAY FOR YOUR FREE CREDIT furniture curtains and mlso. Item. pay. Call 064-6539. 11 O' ryIWUK
Torode. 964- 1 Home. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home JUNE 16: B:30 am til ?? Lawley Trading CONDITION. Behind payments ........._. 21...... '. ;(r7;;/ W4.000.00
Sale, Live Oak, 0043645107.TV Pout Baby clothe,canning Jars,odd* Maybe I.can help. Call 984- 4 and end. 7 11 '.1...... CHBA. Hurt ee to W-I Call eXrjfeTW eppeM.tm.ntHOMES
SPECIAL: New 24x54 Only 19995. ,
1979 FORD 350: Dually w/flatbod. Circle B Homes, Lake City FL, 1- Church and E. Adkln 7 ,C_ condition. $4,000.964-8122.Very 755-5114. 4 BIG YARD SALE: Little bit of everything. IAUTIHN. MICK HOME 4 M,, 3 I/a BA..Over. 2000\$ aI. CH/A. ceramic the
load HUGE FACTORY OUTLET: Many major Frl. a Sat. 4 mile west of Lawtey on MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS baths, on wall manicured lei(M oar:) $75,000
1933 NISSAN SENTRA brands. Save Thousands) Over 4O Hwy 225 at Uncle Oscar's Variety $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 064- HANDSOMI 2-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beeuttful. view of lake Sampson.
home to choose from. Circle 6946. 12
B Store. 8-6 7 located In Brhnwood Point. Insulated
WAGON: A/C. p.m. 3BR/2BA, Control Meat pump carpeted
Greatga mileage ALUMINUM
$2300. 964-8122. 2 Homes Lake City 4 FL, 17555114. THURS., FRI. A SAT: 9 am til 7? Go out PLATES.Measure NEWSPAPER 24x36 window, skylights, mahogany e ". doer*, sunken tub ceiling fan., 2205 SF

ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED 4 BR'-BIG 11990 28x70 With plywood Rd. 16 toward(Kingsley Lake approx. lnches.$.50 each.: Groat for patching living room 1537 SF wrap-around. port".' Must see.to appreciate. Owner
VEHICLES from $100. Ford. Mercedes floors wood siding shingle roof plus 41/2 mile, blue house on right,just and repair TELEGRAPH. 135 W. financing to qualified buyer. ", .fc $105,000
Corvettes, Chevy.. Surplus free set-up and delivery.$200 per mo. before Clay County line. 7 Can St Starke. 12 .PRESTIGIOUS HOME me city ol.War)**. 4II/3BA., fireplace wood floor.
Buyers Guide. 1-602-8J3-8885. Ext Call Circle B Homes,lake City FL. LAWTEY: Antique dressers china cabi- NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS A TROLL. Many extra 609 W.Cell. Street. '' > $125,000
A17283. 2 17555114. 4 net, desk tables, plants toys,clothes ING MOTORS 1089 and 1990 mod COUNTRY CLUB**1A355/$11$BA. : brk,\:.hame.' fireplace{ pool hot tub Im.
1985 CHEVY 4X4: 3/4 ton. Short wheel BANK REPOS: 1085 and Up. Double-- and more. Behind school on Grove els. Belowmoatdealeralnvoloe.100% maculate condition. $123000
I base. 964-8808. 2 wide.$1,000 down payment; skigle- St Frl. a Sat. 8:30: HI ?? 7 financing available MarineSalesTot- BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR. MO, UI'Ggrgiyi.. Jandscaplng. 38R/3BA.
1985 FORD LARIAT XLT: Fully loaded. wide., $500 down payment. Everyone FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: Crafts used Free 1-800-544-2850,5 days 8 am- I Mud see tobelleve l Call for Detail.
$6200 or take over payments. 431- can buy-bad creditor no credit. doors/frames, dishwashers clothes 5 pm CST. 12 NICE 3 la CONCRETE HOCK NOME the country. Hardwood floor., with 5
I 1943.2 Call Circle B Homes Lake City FL. furniture. Several families. One mile HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE building. acre of land.Home priced to tell Call Today
1968 CHEVY SPORT VAN: 6 cyl..3 spd. 17555114. 4 past Griffis Loop on left 0-5. .torage bulfclng.. g..ge..U- BCAUTIFM t STORY CEDAR STONE kern on 41/9: acre. Only 4 yrs. old. 2
$800. 964-3064 after 4 p.m. 1985 FLEETWOOD: 2 BR w/add on. 1 Also house.. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy BR, 2 BA w/huge loft upstairs AH appl. Jsn4.AI... bathroom ceramic tile,
f 219B7 BA. 14x55. Call 964-8808 anytime. CLOTHES. MISCELLANEOUS: 301 Sou"*, MUJUUN TFN' kitchen quarry tlle.Sep. mud room. I., porch\? Iren fttcreened-ln back sunroom
MUSTANG GT: Maroon Kenwood 4 color TV. curtains. Orangewood 12X21 CARPORT $990.NO DOWN w/addt'l.carport *-- Call today I
stereo syst.ellcellentcond.Stillunder 1967 CHAMPION 12X60: 2 BR LR. Ill Apartments 7 No. 703. Fri. a Sat,83. PAYMENT.Handl House portable HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old concrete block .home I In dry limit on .75 ac. Good
warranty. $8,000 OBO. 9642384. 2 BA. Kit w/stove and ref rig.; added buildings Hwy 301 South Starke.964- fixer-upper .'. $19,995
219B4 9x10 room on back. Freezer/dryer LAND FOFt SALE 8848 TFN 12 '
MONTE CARLO SS: Excellent hookup.Screened in front porch.431- SEVERAL ITEMS:10'SATELLITE DISH, wMEWoNT a
condition new motor call between 9- 1385.4 STS receiver w/remote control. VTdo-
9647562. 2 SEALED BIDS SALE 1M7 Fleetwood WATERFRONT: Crosby Lake two tots oClpher II Descrambler unit, ready to 190- ON SAMPSON LAKE 160' on Deer Fort Trail Rood 170' deep. Great
78 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME: Good Crownpelnt 1470. Contact Clay Electric adjacent 100ft fronting beautiful fishIng hook-up and start watching) Orig. fishing lake. N_'* the time te buy waterfront property.
condition runs good.One prior owner. Employee. Credit Union. '73.""'. boating lake. Large tree Private $2300. REDUCED TO $1200; .IMMACULATE 3 YR. OLD brick home w/3 M, I I/21A. 2300 SF. CHI A. 97' of
1000. Call 485-1321 after 6 p.m. Ext. 347. All bid will bo accepted road. Secluded. $22.0UO *.ch. Cen- KHEEPY KRAULY POOL CLEANER, lakvlronl. dble.fireplace, _lk"g..I" _'-'-. $199,000
2 through Juno 22. 1990 ot S p.m. Itchg tury 21 Country Lakes Realty Randy work great) used only 6 mos, orig .PRESTIGIOUS 4 BR/9 BA 3300 SF Home with 3 deck. CH/A 800' paved
JUNKIN'OUT:1984 Pickup Truck. "'4I Frazee. 18004324595. 9 $409 now$200:2 GALV. PASTURE driveway 100' 'lakefront, sprinkle. syst. REOUCEQ-OWNER: FINANCING.

Main damage to cab. Completely 1I '. .' ...., --- ". GATES. 12 ft bong. $25 ea.; GAS '7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVA 293 of I lakefront. 31V. an SR 100. Buy all or
rebuilt motor in 1087.Sell all for$450 I, ANIMALS/PETS: ,: &REAL ESTATE HEATER wal-huna unit, like new, | some. REDUCED$20,000. OWNER FINANCING
OBO. Call 964- 1167 MUSTANG COUPE Runs good. '. :, : exe. cond., 30 gal., $50; ELECTRIC MOMU HOMES

$1300. 9648175. Itchg 6/14 TIMESHARE UNITS-DISTRESS SALES BED.lngle size,Fkw-A-Bed.like new, MOBILE HOME ON t ACRES w/30'x3)i') pole bom,nice, neighborhood Call for
WANTEDi 1f63 to 170 CHEVYS WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE -Cheapll Cheap!) World Wide (elec- orig. $1.000. now $500. Call 782- detoils ,
Restoration Projects. Call 9648175. HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR tions. Call Vacation Network today. 3660.. tfn 12 MUST SELL 3 with ; '
acre beavtlful deublewtde MH with all new appliance.,
work !) Now available
for cats) GatorII
Itchg 6/14 800-826-7844 NAIL 1-800-828-1847 BLUEBERRIES: U-Pick. 75 eonts/lb. We septic tank well. Call today for detail
Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed and In FL or 1-305-771-6296 10 pick. 1.00/tb. Can 964-8414. Dana.Shane .
HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal each. No 12
: RENT-LEASE-SALE patented device controls fleas In the lots river access. $5950 month. Owner. 1983 KAWASAKI KLT200ATV:3: wheeler TWO LOTSl Ready to build en. Beautiful location "lekewood Estates. A very
down. $71.41
home without Pesticide Results money prestigious neighborhood. Carl today for more 'Information.
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED 1-235-4579 or 1-622-2430 TFN with windshield and helmet Like new. .
1000 *q ft fast food location across overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY 10MOUNTAIN Used In parades. $1200. OBO. 782- 2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ISTATEI' f.acb lot '140'nMO1" Ready to develop.
a GOLDKIST. 6 3782 after 5 12 vest today for tomorrow' futures : .
from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848. evenings WOODED LOTS near Blue p.m. I "
473-3627 TFN 3 AKC REGISTERED LABRADORS: Ridge Parkway and 1-77 in Virginia FOR RENT/SALE:One mobile home lot. GREAT INVESTMENT vacant lots to city Jlmft. ready to develop. Call today
Champion bloodllnea.( $100 each.964- 24 hr.security tennis,pool,clubhouse 12x60 unit maximum 1 MH 10x65 for more Information. : *
MOBILE HOMES 4638.6 playground. $2500 to $7500 terms. single or couple only. No pet*. Call -20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2. 4"wells. septic tank 3 acre fish pond
REGISTERED BRAHAMAS: Calves and 449-4852. Saturday Westmoreland Trailer Park, many extra. Priced te move.
owner. ((919)
FOR SALE bull, all ages. Very gentle. Prices By SPRING 9647961. 12 .19 PIUS ACRES ON BROWNUI RO.Wi Owner financing. Call today.
vary. Day. 1-752-5161eve; *. 1-752- NINE HUNTING TRACTS ON MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker .3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD Great location. for e.beautiful home. Call to
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOODdou- 0679.6 CREEK, Arlington Georgia. Super used
furniture appliances, day.
blewlde with all the extras. $19.000 AKC COCKER PUPPIES: 2 female. 1 deer turkey quail Paved hunting. 100 air-+/- microwaves: VCR'. .You name It, I .30 ACRES FOR SAUl All f.-d.ln. loaded" with pines. Great Investment.
the .
balance and$1000 down.Assume male. Black and sire and dam acres. $395/Ao. highway
cany HI.Aiwa looking for such Hems.Stop I Located In Lawtey area.
Will to have moved to your port nearby owner financing, ,
loan. pay
can be een. $150 each. Call 782- In If wish to sell something.
after or 96...- g'2-432-9318.912-787-5567. you FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTYl North 3 Ac. Loaded w/young pine
tot Call 373-3423 4pm. ..
3314. 6 304 E. CaN St, 064-3250. Evenings
"" I ire... Hwy frontage of 400' 1-well 2 septic tanks and fenced
9115 during the day. 4 10 opprox. .... .
064-5813. Don't call after -* -- '
Aced 9pm. | pond. Call| Today :
LIKi MSWIW; Pcor>'JAf'Vl\ *lIbJtaat.! ; itAFICI'S', 'LES. ; I TFN l'
,,- pump.Payments$150MV.Caliyricle.Roy's / ..

Mobile Home 4 Sale.Uve Oak. MOVING SALE:Saturday June 18.Large De ;: I Sandra Terwlllefjar . . . . . . . 964-4211
904-364-5197. table 6 chair;cedar chest; :
4 BR. 2 SA WITH SHINGLE ROOF: lamp glas*top; antique dresser; baby bed; A heat I Ann Terwlllegar .row*. . . r . . .4737541I

Hardboard siding free set-up and clothes and mlso.Items. Hwy 16 Westto pump fio- Cecelia Terwlllegar. . . . .* . . . .o4-7776
Only $235/Mo. Call Uncle Road .
delivery. 54th St (Raiford ) Signs.FRIDAY
Mobile Home Sale. live Oak.
Roy' 7
9043645197. 4 a SATURDAY: At Pine Forest will feel .1
DELUXE 14x70 SKYLINE: 3 BR. 2 BA. Apartments. Section I. Second driveway anyone

Upgraded carpet deluxe cabinets and 9 am HI ?? 7
furniture. $175/Mo. Call Undo Roy'sMobile FRIDAY SATURDAY:Rd.225 between
Home Sales, Live Oak 904- Hwy 16 and US 301. Beginning 10 comfortable

3645197. 4 a 7.m. A Little Bit of Everythingll / !l

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Boy the Trace XL 1300 bed vomB.It's C J
bound provide s loaf.hUn Tractor Work a Backhoe Bulldozer9640182V
fee8s,.of comfort Beau the XL
sty:' 1200\ thertron.best Is backed by 11II eodusmi nwiulirturtrt 10
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964-5823> S64-G095
1CR229 N.W.28th St. Starke 964.6133 ,i warranty on both the comproaor: nd call plus 2 you ea puts. And 3az x. ,
I I the unIt'.euptf huh effldcacy reductyourcnenBf us..ll": ion
1, CIa today for more detail on the XL 1200 heat ptmp P1nUIdIIC to neJkble.
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Susan M. Faulkner ORI. CRB President You Fail Servict Reel Estate Office t,J S.I. 3STH STREET A-Freme CB home, 3 SR/;..... Family Room laundry Rm.I I110x16 6
Wood Utility Bldg w/Water end Electricity 2.79 Ac.

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. I HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Form Frame Horn will wan and Septic 3.8 Ac. j jIDALIWOOO a

-. 6 SUBDIVISION 3 BR/2 BA CB Home,Family Room CH/A, Ron
Located Hwy. 301, 2 blocks South of C.R 10O 221 Lafayette St. : I Rafrl and Dishwasher. 1100 SF, landscaped Let. '
-ii: A (SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelean ark"*,", living. Dining ft Family I II 6
*3H/2 IA IN CITY Choln link fenced yard fireplace In living room separate Room, CHI A. 2310 SF. Porches. 3.$Ac. .
extras. By oppt. only. 71-90 I COUNTRY LIVINGS 3 BR/1 BA' Frame,, UyJng-Dlnlng.KHchen Combo
dining room many REALTOR 6
*2 ACRES with 2 85/2 SA Ho..... City Utilities *W 6 I w/Snack Bar Den Screened Porch 3.42 Acres' ,.Pole Bern Nice CleqrodI
*I ACRES with 2 chicken houses. WxtOff each with 3 BR/1 BA horn., work- 1 Spot for Gordon. .
farm. 56-90 r. J1403 PRATT STREET ../ ft 1/$BA C8 ft Frame'; large Family Room, LaunW11
Ing PRIVILEGE LOTS 75'dOO.ach. on paved rood all 3 for$7800. 28-90 1 dry Room. Nice lot. f
'IOUTYllot I 100-X720--on Sampson lake. 64.90 NATIONALLY NEW BRICK HOMIU BR/2 BA, Stew a.tril Dishwasher." Sun Deck. 2240
*LAKEFRONT Northeast Florida Include franchise business and ......-". Mermotloiigiven 6
ACRESiBcoutlful .lond. fenced and cross fenced over 2200*f housewith 6 -IE. Well ft $4,tic, 1 Acre. I
*I pastur ani Call far .
to* qwallf led buyer appointment.SR
70.90 1
extras. 6500.f born. Priced to sell LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, large Family Roam tv/Flreplace CH/A.I
325$. Owner financing. 21(4 SF. has S76 SF Workshop Landscaped lot.,
*48 6
D/W. 3/2. CH/A. Appl.
*INCOME ESTATES Nice 3 M/2 BA on 1 Acre,brick veneer,solar hot water. *CONVENIINT. FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. f 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shad Will ft Septic On Paved Rood.
CONIRLY 63-90 *EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOODS Stucco 3/2. CH/A. F'. rge., rfg., D.W. a I QUIT AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB Two Stsr, Sieve ft Refrlg. Elct Heat II 6
new *63 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. "
43 90 WeH
lsrWooded land. Hampton $20.000/Terms Window AC. ft Septic Acre.
*.20A STRUT 2 Story 4 BR/2 BA plus C/B bldg.ho. been used as Day Care *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage Lawtey area. .J CHURCH STIIITl 3BR/1BA Frame ft 'Brkk.' CH/A. Ranga. Refrlg m. ,
C.nt.r.CHERRY Will consider...... purchase 37.90 *LAKIFRONTI Fish ft Swim. Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach.. r' 1 Dishwasher ft Fan. Nice, Corner, lot. ', f
IITWEEN STARKE AND LAMIVI Excellent location for employees *17 AOIESiwoublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. I LAd GENEVA 2BR/1 BA Frame Screened"Perche 14x14 Utility Bldg. Well ]
.3 1111 IA 3O-90 *ASSUMAMI MORTGAGE Brkk. 3 SR. 1 1/21A. CH/A. Roe.. Rofrlg.CONNIRLY .. 6 ( I Septic. 6

of lowtey Corroctlonalln.ntutlon.Excellent Building lot. 9--TO ESTATES SR 16 W. Stucco 3/2 CH/A F.pl. D/W Rge. I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2. BA DovUewkle Mobile, Home CHA.Stove |
*HWV 2301 *4.79 ACRE Well 2 septic. older MH optional.'
quit, pet away from It all home. S mile from I ft Refrl. Graham Area.
for peaceful
*ONLY $44.000 CH/A. REDUCED a
34.90 *IXC.NINMIBORHOODi Near hospital. Corner lot 3/2 6 I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .
:101 on 125 In lawt.y.THE HIATt 4 BR/2 BA on 1 1/2 Acre. Priced to 0' *BRICK /liCH/A. walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. | HWY .1 South 200 Pt. M 14...rivMy.PUar. efWere e .. .,.....
*'OOLI BEAT salt. *BEDFORD LAXEl 2/.1. CHI, completely. furn. Nke. 1000<300. a I HWY 301 Nerth Selvage Yard, with I Bt/l BA CB ...... 12x60 Mobile II 6

$79.000 DISTANCE everything I Can't beat the price. Only $38,300.BR *MICK CH/Ai Over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 Acres. I .............60 Auto Repair Shop I teptle Tepfcs eee 4 Weds w/Pump en 31
'*WALKING *NEAT ft CLEAN 2/1. Heat ft Air. Make> appointment to see. .

with control heat a Extra r. -l large fornll" room. .in town walking distance. to *STARK HISTORIC 1_. 6BR/3 1/2 BA. 6 fpk. Duplex.. I Ac. {- Abt..1Co.. Itraat Nip. 0HIea SId. SuN.ble foe' DesM Dee et ,ractlca.SlLlCTE 6
*OVOVER 1700 'Q. BA/Central heat and o.r.72-90. *BEAUTIFUL STORY brick ft cedar farm homo."/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres nQP.mu>
schools, .hopplng. *IN STARKIi CI, 3/1. CH/A 1200 plus SF, 1H>xJ)0 lot. Planted
Pine. Near
a 140 ACRES- Can be purchased. In 20-Acre TrecH. a
'*REDUCID-Cedar home. Franklin stove, CH/A rge.. relr.. on acre.
*OVER B ACi Brick 4/21/2. CH/A? fplc. over 2100 SF. All appliances.WATERPRONTiCrotby 1 lawtey. ,
One qfOur Professionally Lake canal. Doublewlde. CH/A. Rge.. Refrlg. J NOME SLOG LOTS Hwy 14W. City Water ft Sewage' Owner Flnon lng. 6

Trained Stqff Today...964-5O69 *FARM HOUSI ft BARNS on 3 acre. Good area. Close to Starke. H MOMS BUM LOTS Shady Oaks SID. Brooker. .
., refrlo, D/w. Nice r FOUR E-ACRE TRACTS Breaker, Hwy Frenksge, OwFclng.
*J STORY CEDAR 3600 if., 3 BR. 3 BA. CH/A. 2 F.PI/rg.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: : *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITI BR.CH/A. rge.. rag.. fplc 1300 SF. t ac. f i J THRU 2-ACM RIVERFRONT IOTS Ireoker. Owner Rnondng.! f, !

*US 301 SOUTH Largo triple wide 3/2 On 4.S plus acre*. AFTER HOUMlBIBIOeeae..
e Irene L. TanJkner..9648142Darlene *IAWTIY AREA Brick ft Cedar 2 story, 'fenced 2 barns 20 Acre. a Wevn.Deunje-9444193I SIR 0.44 a 1N 740 a
fel e G Warrell.Woody' Ryder..964-9040
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JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: AUTO MECHANIC:$10.50/hr.You rarea. FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR. 11/2 BathCBhome.LMngoomdiningkitchen '.Ii
Openings available In several areas No experience necessary. For Information ,
.. will train. For Info. call 708-742-8620 call 219-769-6649, ext. FL-
: largolamllyroomw/fireplaceand built-
Fon\S'AtE; : : :
\ SERVICESCHRISTIAN ext. 362. 15 714. 15ATTENTION in bar. Screened in back porch, small
Fenced bam weteotridty.
pool. backyard. -
Will send to school and teach. Call BOOKS. $32.000yrIncome poten '
9645647. 16
Apt. small
for :
dryer $50.1757 N.
for landscaping 7823140. Un
Tomple Ave. 964-5915. 12 12 It work, Ira fun., Ifs easy. Enjoy Susan Faulkner 9645069. tial.Details,call 1-602-833-8885.Ext. 2Ba 1BA FRAME HOUSE:On comer tot .

PIANO FORSALE:WurtilZorSpinet.Good REPOSSESSED. MUST SELL 2 Quonset yourset.: Hear others Interested in 15POSTAL Bk 17283. 15 in Lake Butler 905 S.E. 5th Ave. By
24 hrs. JOBS:$11.41 $14.90/hr. For ATTENTION: EASY WORK EXCELLENT owner. Asking 12,500.. Call 372- .
condition. Call 7823397. 12 Is you. All Ages. All
style steel buildings one 40x40. Faiths .
PAY) Assemble at j
and Information,call products
exam application .
Call 5428. 16
23.000 1-900-786-7710, $2EXPERIENCED /
: brand erected.Will sell for
dow unit. $250. Call 964-6569 after 4 balance new.owed.never Ben 1-800-548-6871. Mln 17 .((219)) 769-6649 ext. FL 214 8 am-8 home. Details call 1-602-838-8885.. STARKE CITY LIMITS:$7,500 buys 2 BR "
MOTHER will watch and 15 Ext W17283. 15 home plus extra building lot. Call 004-,
p m. ask for Shirley. 12 ATTENTION ATTENTION i
BEAUTY car your Infant In home. All
SHOP EQUIPMENT: Work VIDEO to the public. FAX- my AT HOMEI Income :III
$11.41/hrl call 32,000/yr poten
For application Info -
shift*. 964-3521. 17 ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES
stations, dryers sink etc. 9647955. CAMCORDERS-VCRs. All brands '' 4
: 12 freedeliverylCall I 18009376077withmodel WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME ANYTIME: 602-83B-U885, Ext. M-17283 6 am- tial.Details,call 1-602-833-8885 Ext. from $1 (U-ropalr). Delinquent tax 'y
94" BROWN AND CREME La-Z- for references. 964-3428. 10pm, 7 days. 15 W-17283. 15 property.Repossessions.Details,call
SOFA. numbers your price.WILLIAMS Have ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start CHICKEN FARM: Heavy breeders. Ex- 1-602-833-8885, Ext. W17283.'e
Boy rust colored rocker good condi 12 perienced couple to pick Living
$11.41/hrlFora plicatlonln/ocalll-/ eggs.
tion. $125 for both. 7823508. JEWELRY MOVING SALE- : Saratoga
12IRSSO SEVERAL SHOWCASES, cabinets Heights Mon.-Fri. 22 years experi 602-838-8385 Ext M-3493,6 am-10 quarters furnished. 468-2839. BEDROOM 2 BATH WITH POOL:Lots _;
RADIO SHACK COLOR COM Call Williams ence. 964-7562. 17 pm. 7 days. 15 15BUSY of extras. Real nice area. Call Harry ',;
and Diebold safe on rollers. -
ATTENTION LAW FIRM seeks mature, experienced
: HIRING! Government Jobs down
964-8061 In No
CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air mornings.
PUTER sleeps
with Instruction books, $75; Jewelry, 964-7064. 12 legal secretary with word processing -
area. 1784069485. call 1-
new 12 trampoline $225; electric ITALIAN PROVENCIAL DINING ROOM 8.AlC and heat.. $1800 Good condi -your payment 18
bass guitar with case, amplifier and SET:Table.6tall-backchairs, match- tion. Call 964-5875 after 4 p.m. TFNWOLFF 602-838-8885 15RAIL Ext. M-3493. surate experience.with experience.Salary Apply commen-Job FOR SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, den with
tuner $225. Call 485.1321 after 6 ing lighted hutch glass upper portion 19 'fireplace screened frontporch large i
CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs Services. 609 N. Orange St., Starke. deck. lot 064-6499, ,1
p.m. 12 cabinet and drawers bottom. Retail TANNING BEDS: Commercial 15RNa. CarpeL Large
HI-CHAIR $6,50; play pen, $JO; Grayco $2100. Sale $600. Ph. 9642075. home units from 19900. Lamps welders with mechanical ability. Apply '
lotions accessories. Monthly in person Mon.-Frl. 8.30-4: p.m.at HELP WANTED
swing. $12.50; Sofa-bed $45; round 12 payments Kustom
Corp., Reynolds
dinette table and two chairs$35. Call FLATBED UTILITY TRAILER w/dual low as$18.00.Calltoday,FREE '
4734508. 12 axles and ramps. $750. 964-8122. color catalog. 1-800-228-6292. trial Park Hwy 16 East, Green Cove THE CITY OP. STARK Is eoeeptlng applications

.. H 12PIANO 20 Springs. FL 15 LPNs, CNA/HHAs needed Immediately for the. position of laborer In
\.. "..., '"" "" '" ", '" ... "' 0" : Upright model. Good sound and BE YOUR OWN BOSS: National manu ATTENTION: I HIRINGI! Government Jobs for home health nursing. Competitive the Sanitation and Refute Department

f fA.. JJ ti;. ,I"J; ; ; condiUon. $200. 964-8122. facturer needs local person to service your area. $17.840-$69,485J-602- salaries.Call 18009407706. The minimum requirements' are ",
-. ., .. .. ,". -, [ 12FARM 100% natural Juice route. Best one- 838-8885, Ext.R-17283. 15 15TOWN graduation from .an approved high '
EQUIPMENT: Total Liquidation. man business ever. No selling No TRUCK DRIVERS..TAKE CHARGE! Of school or a O.I.D. Applicant must hve
VACATION RENTAL. Rent on beautiful and life. Drive for & COUNTRY EXXON Is taking
Every possible implement to truck- overhead.Must have$14,400 secured your career your a valid Florida Chauffeur's license.Applications
St.Augustine Beach.Park homes wilt! J.B. Hunt and and bene- applications for mature manager.
farm with.New4610 Ford Diesel Tractor 100%by Inventory.Substantial return earn top pay will'be received until p.m.,
large deck,everything furnished.Day ;; Hi-Clear AV Farmall. 300 gal. fl- very possible first year. This could fits. Call 18006433331. J. B. Hunt Company benefits. Apply In person. Friday. June 22. 1990. Apply.the CIty
week or month. Pool tennis, Town & Exxon 800 S. Walnut -
ocean. berlgass sprayer wheels;8 ft disc make Independent First time offer EOE/Drug Screen. 15 Country of Starke City Hall. Personnel Office
Call Bobble. 1-471-5638 13 dual turn plows; 2-row fert dlstrib. for details call 9 am-9pm,1.800.633- SOMEWHERE SOMEONE MUST St. Starke. 15 tot N. Thompson St.. Storfce. Flo '/14
VACATION RENTAL: DisneyMGMEpcotUniversalKissimmee / ; 1740.20 WANT JOB in the Post Office I Start
*"* "ll """ "
bedders; mower; farm trailers; green I MiiiHiBFOR I
Condominium $11.29/hr. For and home
planters; lole planters. Too much to mamaSHASTA
Rentals. Sleeps 28. Completely list. For info call 964-6524. and live In unique quality affordable study guide call ((612)) 777-9632. TRAVEL
decorator furnished. Lovely possibly homes unlimited income potential, ..Anytime. 15

pool. Daily/Weekly rates from$60.007 QUEEN'S LIFT CHAIR new $500; King no realty license required free literature WANTED: FEMALE CORRECTIONAL TRAILER
day. Reserve now. MCNISA OFFICERS. Must be certified
ac size bed complete, $125. Excellent packet. 800-627-1940. ext. 116. qualified -
cepted. Call 18008662660. work
20BUSINESS willing to shifts. Immediate
condition. Call 473-0078. 12
VACATION RENTAL: Franklin. N.C., 2 OPPORTUNITY LOCAL employment.Call 964-6280 Bradford 8f x 26'
BR. furnished cottage w/deck. Nice PERSONAL SERVICES VENDING/PARTNER We will equal County Sheriff's Department Sheriff '
mountain view. Convenient to attrac- L t11i your purchase. You need $10,000 Kenneth Etheridge. < 15 ; :NEW"\
tions. $200/wk. 964-7210. TFN "LET US "DO YOUR DIRTY WORK: cash, high weekly earnings. 1-800- WANTED YOUNG MAN TO DO ODD : ': 9flr:[ \
13 526-1723 90 JOBS 1,2 days a week In Raiford
Residential and Commercial reasonable : :
". .0 "; '''''' rates FREE estimates. Specializing area. 431-1200.15 '-," .. { :! _. .,_ n. .- .,.,t' .

._. .FOR.REN,:if t _r in Houses Pools.Mobile Homes
Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE Call 1-752-0250
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities WASHING, Randy 964-3477/964-
paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 5610 or Stefan 964-2281.tfn
Starke in front of Post Office. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE [ Area Ads ] FOR SALE RENT
13 SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Keystone _

1 BR. 1 BA HOME ON ONE ACRE. 4 and models cleaned, oiled and adJusted I PIANO-Chlckwing Like new. Pecan IAKEFRONT-MH on deep clear lake
miles from Starke. Quiet neighbor $15. New and used sewing finish. Lets than 2 year Moving sale. 2BR/1\MBA. patio A/C swimming and
hood. May rent to own. Please call machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan Bench Incl. $1400. 4736109. fishing. 47341863tchg6714.21
373-9536 leave message for Jon! Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 HELP WANTED FOR SALE FRENCH ALPINE MALE GOATS: LAKEFRONT COTTAGES sandy
TWO beach dock screened porch. Fur
13 CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates -
One 'Is 1 old other Is 10 mac
f mos ;
1021 W. PRATT STREET: 3 BR. 1 BA HANDYMAN FENCE CO., ORGANIIT/CHOIR.Dlr.ctor. Faith SATELLITE SVSTEM-iepossessed due to old. $45 each. 473-3159. 6 nished/unfurnished. 4751444.
owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. Presbyterian Church. Send to divorce. Still under Nothing 2tchg5-31-6-7
with screened porch,family room fireplace mum warranty. BEAUTY SHOP EQUIPMENT: Workstations
fenced backyard. One years TFN 17ALTERATIONS Rout. 2, Box 2733 Melras. Florida down. $39/mo. t .272.1 031.4tch96. 964-7955. FURNISHED Air-conditioned studio
ease, deposit. $400 month 964- : zippers hems button 32666 or call 4751844. 2tchg6-7-14 dryers apartments on lake Geneva. Dock and
8073 tfn 13 holes patches.etc. Drop off and pick SATELLITE SYSTEM-Llk. n.w. 6 mo. old HOMES FOR SALE laundry privileges $275/mo.
TWO MOBILE HOMES IN LAWTEY: 2 up. 7 days a week,7am-6pm,964- NOTICE with scrambler. Nothing down. $275/dep. 473.2919.4tchg5.'.IASW
bedrooms and 3 bedrooms. Call 782- 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from $49/mo. 12721018. 191' DW ON-Acre-Like new condition Trailer Partly furnished.

3481.13 Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 4chg6-14-21-28-7/5 only $7,000 down and ossem..xIst $275/mo.Farms;' Keystone plus deposit Phone Plantation 473OS37.1tpd67 .
LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES: Kitchenettes 17PROMOTE to the Lake Region Monitor office LIFESTYlE-RowIng machlng with electronic 1st and 2nd mortgage pmti. total
available. 7823332. WORLD PEACE:Australian In writing and paid In advanc tlmer/counter-2 yrs old $95. Set pint of $333.48 for this 3BR/2BA Unit. C52.3BR/2BA.' ,
DW > fireplace
European. Scandinavian Yugoslavian of 4 oval $50. 1504737509.
13MOBILE rugs
unless credit !I. already establishedwith Only $31.OOO. CH/A. Front/Back porch. Good condi
HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY high school exchange students this office. SET PGA MEN'S GOLF-CLUBS. 3 Woods, 9 LAKI GENEVA-On large portion of the
WATER. SEWERCABLE TV. 2 BR. arriving in August. Become a host MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Irons, Pitching Wedge paid $546-1 yr. lake This 3BR home with a cabana tion.after 6$400/mo.? $200 dep. 473.7472
family for American Intercultural Student old. Will sell for $200.00. S.t of LYNX p.m. 3tpd6714.21
1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN bath and covered porch w/beautiful 3/BR PRIVATI-A/C home Sliver Lake.Private .
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY Exchange. 1-800-SIBLINQ.. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Ladles Golf Clubs. 1 Bag 5 woods, 9 hardwood floors, LR. Fam.Rm., and quiet and shady plus great
WATER. SEWER CABLE TV. 964- SPECIAL THE TELEPHONE. Irons and putter $75. Call 4734148. large eat-In kitchen. Owner will swimming. 1.904-642-1433 4733373.

$ .TJFN 13OLIN GROUP HEALTH INSURANCEfor Classified d.adlln. I. .Tues- 1tne6-14 finance. 159900. ? ion 2tpd6-14-2rt ->-... .w.-.... -. ,"
SUBDIVISION. farmers ranchers and self em- WAlKER-LIke NEW 450-fIrnj. RCA."Con: GatgrbonpLgke,, .
MOBILE Home jday prior to Thursday's ubl1catIO ? 1!SLEEPS ALL-On. : ,,,fhl.R .iAISOO SQ.FT.-3BR/2BA den .
loll,' for rani;"Wafer- ncf sewer furnished ployed families.A+Superior company: Minimum cKofgelk 53.5O for IS words, sole color TV good condition- $100 'i, home Is,a'family retreat.,Large 18x20 ..- $47''?A\'ro?t .plufl( l IjWp'jV garage WJflropo: V3Ichg6.28
cable tv available. 782-3333 For prerecorded message,call 1-800- then 13 cent for each additional word.If obo. 473.2577.2tchg6.7.1.4 sleeping area with detached garage.20x15 ... .* '-.> *nttr f" ><" ,
TFN 13 8695718. 17 bills are mailed out, there will be a GO-KART-Model 1105, 2yrs old !5hp eating area. Owner will finance. 2BR LAKEFRONT-Home close to town.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for GET MARRIED IN THE SMOKIESt) $3.00 billing charge. clean, runs great. $350. 4732508. $64.900.
$400/mo. Dean Weaver-Watson
rent. Close to prison. Call 4681323. Smoky Mountain Wedding Chapel.All Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 CAMPGROUND-M.mb.rship: Family CUSTOM BUILT-on Whit. Sands Lake Realty
TFN 13 arrangements provided. Music Keystone Hts., Fl 32656 Lifetime. ARA Salt Springs, Fl. Coast to This 2 story custome built home by Jim Corp.K.y.ton..473.4816.G'vlll..475.2272.,
STATE EMPLOYEES needahomecloseto flowers, photos, videos. No waitln Coast Affiliate $3700. Itpdo-14 Jameson Is only 2 yrs old with a
your work? We have clean mobile Call for complete details. 1-800-262- beautiful stone fireplace and large IBR COTTAGI-Furnlshed. No children or
homes available call 4681323. TFN LOVE. 17 open living area large screen porch. pets. $275/mo. 473-4920. 1tchg6/14
13PERSONAL CALL THE BEST PARTY LINE In Amer- f t t 125000. SW 2BR/1VtBA-1Vi, miles from redllght.
Ical Meet new friends. Talk or just GREAT CET-AWAV-2BR/1BA on White $300/mo. plus d.p. 473-4475.
SERVICES listen in. 1-900-999-7979.Hours 7 Sands Lok. Has nice waterfront and 2tpd6-14-21
days. $.95/mlnute. $2 first minute. 16x34 garage. 61000.
i' 1 let'
NOTICE William Leroy Mines will no 17ADOPTION YOUR TOOTHBRUSH-ls all need.
longer b. responsible for debts incur : Happily married professionals Completely furnished Including linens BA. Clay County. Near town. $3507

r.d by Ruby S..HIn.s.N.ctly. Jun. 6, eager; to share hearts and hometo ( 99 DOWN 35 PER WEEK' j;, and riding mower. This 28R house on Mo.13 plus deposit. 4732566.
1990.6/14 3tpd 6/28 give a baby a warm secure future. Whit. Sands Lake Is a st.al-, $69,500.
NOTICE TALVA MOORS From Let us make this time easier for you. 81 Malibu FOR INFOMMATION-ON THE ABOVE YARD SALES
12-15-1989 on I am no longer responsible Confidential. Expenses paid call Chevy $1495 HOMES-Call Watson Realty Corp..
for this persons debts /s/Stephen Douglas & Marion's any, 1-800-221- 6 Cyl. AT PS PB AC Stk. N 3349 Keyeton.473.4816, GVIIIe 473-2272 or FURNITURE-MisCi household items In.
D. Moore 1Ichg 6/14 6489. (R297)) 17 Jax 2821300. 1tchg614BEAUTIFUlHome
80 Ford Futura 'door..Thuraday.Sunday. 10 a.m. to 7
Septic HANDY : Bargain Rates. Painting 695 on p.m.6082 CR214 Keystone, 4739280.
tank pumpouts at reasonable prices. Plumbing,Electrical Decks.Additions 6 cyl. AT PS PB AC stk. N 3324 3BR/1BA, split BR arrangement. 1tchg6-14 I
Also drain lin. repairs. Starke. Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local Locat.d on Whit. Sand. Many RUGS-IX10-10X12 used 3 month. LR

9648121. TFN references.Woody Hewitt, 964- 79 Ford Courier P/U $r 95 amenities 473-7818. 4tchg6-l4-21-28 Suite, dinette set: larger size clothes,
WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 5405. TFN17 4 cyl. 4 epd. BUILDER MODEL: Keystone. Reduced dishes > other items 21B bet. KH ft
WANT TO STOP? THAT'S JV CHEERLEADING CLINIC: June 25- $10.000. BR 2 BA. Many extras. Melrose, June 15* 16. B am to 5 p.m.
OURSI! Alcoholics Anonymous.. 964- 28., Mon.Thurs.10 to 12 noon. $10. Overlooks golf course. OwnerBroker. Itpdo-14

3619.964-4150.964-8614. 17 K-7. Call for registration, 9648814. 77 Olds Delta 473-7060 evenings, 1-268-2257. FRIDAY 9-6-Saturday 9-3. N-21 to C3S2.
NICK'S LANDSCAPE & LAWN SERVo 17 $995 .Go 2 ml. paved rood. See signs. Out-
ICE: (Nick & Ruby Harper). We're WANTED-89 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE. va AT PS PB AC Stk. N 3363 ANIMALS ,board motor, many school desks, pot-
business and We to lose 10.29 Ibs. In the
expanding our takingon pay you 'ted plants? many more items
new accounts. Clean-outs trim- next30 100guaranteed100; % $199 DOWN It; 1 $40.PER ,WEEK:1: o ADORABLI-F.mal. Boston Terrier 1\\110. 1tchg6147U6
ming, mulching mowing and land- natural. Doctor recommended. ((305) spayed shots, full-blooded-no papers BAY ST.-SAT ONLY-Behlnd Football
scaping.964-5760 day time782-3354; 537-9417. 17 80 Honda Prelude $ $150. Female Boston Terrier puppy. Field. 473.0242. Tools, Boat Motor
evenings. TFN 17 995 Tall docked cute/cuddly. $75. Hand- clothes, baby Items. Toys Misc.
,..............................N........................MG_ ___---", -MMMM- .L/p- 4 cyl. 4 .pd. AC' raised cockatiels, custom built nice l 1tpd6-14 .
or -- --------------- ---------------- -- -
84 Chevy Cheyette cog. with all accessories. $125.'
WANTED $2495 473.4613:? HBd6-14
4 I. 4 apd. AC + WANTED

Horselovers interested in trail riding with 83 Buick Skylark $2495 SERVICESBA.YSITTING.ln WANTED-Baseball/football cards and

others with the of 4 cyl. AT PS PB AC Stk. N 3267 my home. Meals provided collectibles. I will buy one card of your
forming a
references available. 4737750. complete set /If you n.ed a card or set,
club with group rides and campouts. 80 Toyota CeUca $1995 2tchg-6/7-14 I have It. Call Bob 4737975.

4 cyl. 5 .pd. Stk. N 3365 Bill's LAWN SERVICI-Mowlng. raking 4tchg5-24-31-6/7-l4
edging. Call'( 4730165.4tpd67142128 WANTED-Responslble roommate $45

Call Becky, 782-3731 :g f '299DOWN\Ttt; \: .AJ.L 40 PERWEEKiJ: M. M MOWINO-Any ov.rog.lawn $10. '''p.m.per week.3tchg5.24.31614'AIT.TMISe.klng 473-4868 or 475-1397 after 5

p M Gbi GG GGGpppp G 473-4055. 2tpd67.14 responsible, loving
'9aYa fi!a'fa! !'f.Yes A fi ASS.7a Pa7iT7i'h7as t,fa'f ysY.Ya 83 Ford Ranger P/U $2695 ROOFINO-AII types-shingling, hot tar S Christian to care for our 6 yr. old .
4 I. 4 .pd: AC Stk. N 3250 aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for freeestimate. daughter In our home. Approx.. 10-20
hours per week. Occasional weekend
80 Ford Falrmont $26'95 ROOFING AND REFAIR-Quality work at hours needed Call 473-9463 for Inter

6 cyl. AT PS PB AC Stk. N 3353. reasonable rates. Call George at vlew1tpd6l4CHIlOCARIPersonPrefer n ''
475-2977 or 473-3480 (home)
85 Dodge Charger 4tchg53IO172431M : granclmother-rype; la care for my 6
$2995 wk. old,Infant, home
REMOVAL 4 I. AT PS PB AC Stk. # 3333 B M MOWINO-Any average 'lawn $10. My or yours.MonFri. ,
473.4055.4tchg5.17-6-7 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nonsmoker.References .

0 0 . 0.0 ,. 0 00' 84 Ford LTD.S/W $2995 MOTHER OF-2M\ year old will babysit In 473-0527. 3tpd6-14-21-28

: f : ': 6 cyl. AT PS PB AC Stk. N 3357 her Christian home. 103 Sylvan Way.
I :1 ; 473-7750. 2lchg5-17-24

/I en9' 6ed4"1&93fIOnO'Sitred" f$ 499\D'OWN 14p'PER'
b 84 Mercury Topaz $ 4.

4 I. AT PS PB AC Stk. # 3129

83 Chevy S-10 P/U $369 5
4 cyL, 4 apd. Stk. N 3302

864 N. Temple Ave., Starke 82 Buick Century

Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 a I. AT PS PO AC $3495

a' Well 82 Pontiac S-2000 $2995
n{ [Residential & Irrigation i\
$699 DP t Ulfa$45 .JER.WEEKJ2j': Jo
v ./ .. ( ...(\

SystemsPump O 85 Ford EXP 3995 Jfi,900ON' ) YPUR Lot oQ'r,1.

4 I. AT AC Stk. N' 3362 INCLUDING' WELL, AND .SEIff tCf1ft

85DodleArles $3995 FLOOR FIHXSHEVi. 1232 f>. .f2nd .

Sales & 4 cyl. ATP PB AC Stk. N 3354 FLOOR UljFIHZSH "634i ''s.fr

or 3 J OLDROOM-a: RAY H':f' '.lr'(:': FLI\l.li: :

Service Onill1Makes 82 Ford LTD $3695 CALL: 2q ".;..' 7SS4 .' I IoJ
VSPB AC Stk. II 3359

"9647061 82. Chevy Caprice $369'5 :;)::; OlandihyZr ) btVd :l1!_ (41f7-Q ;'Y'-.1f! ,""F'7L. 1''t

Lie 1305 va AT PS PB AC Stk.; N'3317
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Services: -
Sunday Morning Worship I
10:30: amSunday

Evening Worship der' I

Wednesday 7:30 7:00-pm: pm Evening Worship I NOW OPEN IN




Hiahway 100 JEWELRY

1/2/ Mile West Of Miters Shopping Ctr. Will Be ClosedFor

1 Block off 301
Vacation, Corner of Walnut

The Week of June 18-June '23 &. Hwy. 100 0 1 D er

E!:We>'Will'Reopctt) !f r.iR sjriess:

: <>; ''':,.'.A'.$'."Usual, '" ". <" pnday;'..",. ''un.,, '_e,1'><'25., 4-

Fine Selection of .

The Orangutan got Its name We Appreciate Your Patronagefrom J
a word in the Malay language GIFTS FOR DAD!
meaning "man of the wood"

Il Union County Area Ads ) fOR RENT Great Selection of

3 BR1' BATH IN LAKE BUTLER $200 per Gold and Onyx .
month. $100 Security Deposit. Call
r, 496-2283.2tpd. 6/7-6/14. DAD RINGS
area. Central Heat and Air Rent &
FOR SALE $180 per month. Security Deposit $100. $
BILLS APPLIANCE USED SALES AND CoII.96-3452.evenings and weekends. 5ae
REPAIR SERVICE. Buy some, sell some 2tpd. 6/7. 6/14. 9 Gold anDiamond
190 14X70 DESTINY 3 bed, 2 both, wood
trade some, fix some. 496-2090. 4tpd. siding ceramic tile bock splash" full Col
4/12-4/26 than TFN. tc1o DAD RINGS
2X4' stubs throughout on 16" centers,
site truck.
plywood floors, fully furnished washer
Coll 964-8791. ask for Jason. TFN. and dryer. $171 per month. Coll Jessie,
BLUEBERRIES you pick $B5 per pound.
we pick on order $1.10 per pound. MUST SELL 1990 DESTINY UXSi" loaded
Johnnie Arnold- mined to the Union County TI.of.
496-3985. 2wchrg. with 2'ton A/C 10 percent down.$150a fice In writing and paid In advance "
6/14.6/21.. month. Call Phil at 752."' 52. Itchrg. unless credit Is already establishedwith ;
6/7. this office ] 111jI4! : :
pump with payments of only $150 per RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN -
3645197. _
man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 2&4 4 BR 2 BA Shingle Roof, Hard Board Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
water Pumpssales, service Siding, free and Del. Only $233 .
Installation P M., prior to Thursday publication.
tanks, lift
septic '
stationsNew Installation drolnllaldrepairs. per month Call Uncle Roy., Live Oak Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
364-5197. then 15 cents for each word thereof ter.
Contact Bryan (Skeeter). DELUXE 14X70 Skyline 3 BR, 2 BA, LOST! TWO WALKER DOGS Noss onside
Jones-27S-20O4- Jones2752716. upgraded carpet, cabinets plus lurnishlngs. '
293 a 780. Any help would be ap
After 6 p.m.State licensed- workguorentd.
Uncle ,
$175 per Roy's preciatedFrank Rlgdon 4963894.
tree e.tlmote.25. Stpd. Live Oak, 364-5197. Itchrg. 6/,...
2/22 then/ tin
24X44 nil 2 BA Shingle Roof hardBoard
INTERIOR EXTERIOR PAINTING Call for siding, $185 per month, Uncle
(fee estimate. 4962953. 3tpds 5/3\j,. Roy's, Live Oak 364.5197,
6/14.,., .
,, .
YARDERVICVWanl; !n na! 1 lawns to| .mown CALL* new TODAY dl.tl"i f'H FOR blT.1\FREE CREDIT$h'"i'' :'1 CHECK: Il'U"'c'.r1 on ,... .. .., .'- N

Call 496-3V23 alter**p.m. "'chrg,5/31.! Roy'., Live Oak, 364.5197.;2tchrg. 6/7 'SANTA FE FORD

area for summer months. Reasonable
h. Carport screen porch 3 BR 2 BA
rales. 431-1124.3tpd. 6/7, 6/21. fireplace( garden tub. Call 1-5263236. .
4tchrg. 67628. r,' n'iB t :!\
HELP WANTED TV SPECIAL New 24X64 Only $19,995. j IN w : 1tP-\1 -, LOW AS 2.9%

Circle B Homes. Lake City 755.5114..

AMBITIOUS SELF-STARTERS needed to HUGR brands FACTORY Save thousands OUTLET Many, over major 40 ON SELECTED MODELS I on Selected Models

demonstrate Christmas Around the homes to choose from Circle B Homes
World merchandise. Work own hour. lake City. 755.5114. Open until 7 p.m. PLEDGE ,
Free kit. No Investment. Also booking 1990 14X70 3 bed, 2 bath Free Del. and-
partis Phone 9044963248. 4tpd. set up. $650 dw. day. $183 per month. -
It1U4TA1lG LX BO 90 PROBE GLcassette
67628. 1O a,
finance. Call 7555114. Clrcl. B ,
We .x. anrMows, Au. MG ss Vonr seers AAYFY W11h APNFM .premium
ATTENTION EARN MONEY TYPING AT Homes. Lake City. .4tchrg 64,75.AFFORDABLE. locus,wiwaonV AM/FM -=" s' Mb' k 'r 1d0 ioe4Meea '*-- sound AC cloth bucket seals,
HOME 32.000/yr. Income potential. arses.., premium sauna a' o't s spaed. alec rear dafogger _
Details, -602-638-8885 Ext. T9127. IIN RDOfI NOdt s power mirrors PS PB -,;$
3tpd 67.6121.ATTENTION !
) POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41 #
per hour. For application Info call afhr oN1Y$1O,688 agftl, 10,9.4t
1.602.838-8885. Ext. M-9127.6 a.m.' 10 T.H.E.APARTMENTS.
p.m.. 7 days.ATTENTION .
AREAI I $17,840$69,483. Call = J''T
'-602-838-8885. Ext. R-9121.3tpd.614. 922 B.: Brownlee St. AC, ":- o .SUM,ovardnve,km-tona panl.AC. .
6/28. Rd. Mr or.. man daar OMDame p iirNa.'l .privacy glass\ ,AMFM caueltaluggage I> '-
OFFICE HELP WANTED Part-time. Call Camp Standing Dtaooun/ SJMk 1 F200 rack. '
4962343. TFN. 6/14. SUrke. FL 32091 ,
: :.1
964-7133 $13 f'JJ88
CARS AND TRUCK j l lti 5B1P II/s a a OtflyAtLAAL :
2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with
laundry & large playground.

ATTENTIONS VEHICLES from GOVERNMENT$100. Ford., Mercedes SEIZED,, FREE Electricity first month. 1T (; BR N 0 Fraa'90 nr RANGER pactaga; gauge paduge.XLT '"

Corvettes Chavy' Surplus Buyer -Rent 3O%of your monthly Income .rsssR 4 adra PW.PL,Mar son s.. J- I ems.00.tdar toring pica,Fly Ft, 00 tnramunn, AM/FM cawna.cftroms .
Guide. 1-602838-8883 Ext. A9127. If you quality.U 4r+t stns D a wtdwse l w len N' onaH tin end hunt and rear bumpan,stdtrs.r4 -
r'arb' wands *
Stpd. 6/7. 6/21. u earn 3.3S per: hr.. 40 hn. a I taar.ar.ttts s Tssa jngrearwidow.aUoynhaakVIL
SB CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 2X4 Tahoe Edi week ft have 3 dependents, your
tion. Loaded. Very Clean. Payoff UK. rent would be about $113 *monthor rt
Call 9044962690. Ttchrg. 6/7 6/14. month 93.73 for per move-In day for after day.the left first..flushed In the. ? w d g R l xnfkY i8,888 < vfltY8, 8 ,"
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page IB Deadline June 15 .r \, :.. ;': :. ,., ,.

Petro said since the cabins are all "
within walking distance of the Little Applications are still available for ?
Lake Johnson swimming area she students who wish to apply for the .
t >>
felt comfortable letting her childrengo Smith Scholarhip.
off alone. There is also a full-time < 1M In 1984 a donation was made by the
lifeguard stationed at the swimmingarea. family of Foster Shi and Mary Ann AJl-American
Smith for the establishment of a
John and Sue Chesser of Macclen- \ scholarship fund. Recipients will
ny also stayed in one of the park'scabins and receive$500 per year to cover tuition <{ .
with their two sons last week. textbook expenses. Applicantsmust
They had stayed in an RV at one of s have completed an Sale
the park's camping areas during a undergraduate 'program and be
previous stay, but last week was the ready to enter an upper level program
first time they had stayed in one of In the fall of 1990. The Smith
the cabins. Scholarship is designed for students No Down. No
"It's rustic, but if it's what you're lege in their or Junior or senior year at a col- Money. Payments.
prepared fort it's great," Sue said. university
She said she and her family enjoyed No Interest.
To obtain
an application form,
fishing and swimming at the
lake and seeing the park's wildlife. contact Eugenia Whitehead, direc- 'Til October 12 1990r!
"The first night we were here we tor of student services, Bradford ,
saw a deer, and if it's the same one, ', County School Board,582 N.Temple Toro
we've seen it three times,"Sue said. Avenue, Starke (964-6800). Wheel Horse helps you celebrate America'ssummer

Another virtue of vacationing at I, ''" ,".
Applications must be submitted by holidays. Starting on
the park was that it wasn't over- '-! "
crowded, Sue said. And her sons -.--- June 15, 1900 and winners will be an- MEMORIAL DAY
nounced by July 16, 1990. ,
seemed to love it she said.
really ,
Both rustic and cabins have with fully equipped kitchens.
"We're going to try to make stay masonry when you buy a Toro Wheel Horse tractor or riding
at the tradition and let
ing park a (tions must be made for minimumof made to fourteen -
a up days prior to,
this be their vacation, Sue said. mower you get All-American financing.
two nights when the reservation is rental date. After fourteen days PhotographyPeter
Bobby and Bobbie Weaver of Fer-
nandina Beach vacationed in one of made within 30 days of rental. prior to the reservation, a refund is With no money down no payments, and
the cabins last week also. It was the Reservations must be made for a made only if the cabin is rerented.For by
minimum of five nights when the no interest untilCOLUMBUS
third time the had in
two stayed a
more information about Gold
reservation is made than
more one
cabin at the park. The two said they month in advance. Head Branch State Park or the McDonald DAY!
found their stays very relaxing. Off-season, Labor Day through park's vacation cabin rentals, call P.O. Box 1022 Starke,FL
"You have"to want peace and quietif April 30,reservations must be made ((904)473-4701) or write Gold Head Buy an All-American tractor or riding mower duringthe
you come, Bobby said. Branch State Park, 6239 State Road Portrait WeddingsA
for minimum of two mat-
a nights no C
Both said they had thought about ) All-American Sale I
ter how far in advance they are 21, Keystone Heights, FL 32656. Passport
staying in a cabin at the park again

this"We fall.like it as much in the winter," There is a minimum required I Classifieds Get Results I 964.9093On Tractors x ,I
Bobbie said. "It's a good time to deposit of two nights fee,$76.30. The
take the nature trails. It's cooler." deposit must be received within 10 10, 12, 16 & 20 lIP t ...
Cabin reservations are taken up to days of making the reservation or Models AvailableNo
six months in advance. In season, the reservation will be canceled. A
May 1 through Labor Day, reserva- full refund is given on cancellationsI I Down Payment q
Monthly Payments
June 17th

i As low as $4500 .

Obituaries I the sinfluential ?

Othello "Gene" DeWitt. Sr. Clarence B. Goldtrap Sr. Riding Mowers
Mr. Othello "Gene" DeWitt, Sr., Mr. Clarence Benjamin Goldtrap, 8,10 & 12 liP ModelsNo
81, of High Ridge Estates, Lake Sr.. 92, of Waldo, died Friday, June Down
Geneva, died Tuesday, June 12, in 8, in Palm Gardens Care Center, in Payment
the V.A. Medical Center, Gainesville,following a long illness. Americaefree V Monthly Payments ,
Gainesville,following a brief illness. Born in McMinnville, TN Mr. ;
Born in Creston, Iowa, Mr. DeWitt Goldtrap moved to Waldo in 1944 -s. As low $3200
moved to Lake from He as
Geneva in 1973 from Orange Heights. was a
Chicago, Illinois. He was a memberof member of Waldo Baptist Church
the High Ridge Property Owners and was a U.S. Army veteran of 1
Assoc.; member of First Baptist World War 1. He was also a retired Show dad how '
your .
Church, Keystone Heights; servedas carpenter. of your family
important he
a law enforcement officer in Rob- Survivors include five daughters, is to you order a barbecueluncheon
bins & Chicago, 111.; formerly was a Dot P. Gaffney of Cape Cod, Mass., with a special Father'sDay spe-
security guard in Gainesville i and Barbara A.Pearce of Waldo,GlennaJ. lunch dinner dial or barbecue *The All-American Sale lasts from May 25, 1990 to July 7,1990.
High Ridge Estates; was a veteranof Grimm of Gainesville, Sarah L. at Sonny's. Dad can dinner plate of Interest begins to accrue on October 12, 1990. Financing plan
the U.S. Army WWII; was a Edmondson of Conroe, Texas, Judy have his choice of a equal or greater available to qualified buyers only.
member of Keystone Senior Service R. Goldinher of Ocala; two sons, barbecue chicken, value.This Fathers
and also worked as a blueprint Clarence B.Goldtrap: >, Jr. of Hampton beef or pork lunch- ,, _.
operator while in Chicago. and Thomas.'Arjes.Goldtrap! of. eon.special or a t Daymeajwillbe r'saryadl ; :. : ,'N "; J.'
Survivors include his wife, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Alice'peyatt barbecue chicken, "-- innrYsi ,* l "* ........::::;..1Ifii Ei ..
Cleophus A.DeWitt of Lake Geneva; of Tucson,Arizona; 31 grand ribs dIning room only Haven't'OU'dom'TO RQ n_ .' ,'
one daughter, Barbara O. Tolbert of children adn 49 great grandchildren. or pork For the best dad in ; Tractors&Rid
ing warsBRYAN'S
Chicago, 111.; one son, Othello E. Funeral services for Mr. Goldtrapwere dinner plate. Dad's meal is free America on his special day this I
DeWitt, Jr. of Chicago and two held at 10 a.m. in Waldo Bap- when one or more members is barbecue at its bestl) ... .'
grandchildren. tist Church Monday, June 11, with
Funeral services for Mr. DeWitt Rev. Ivan K. Clements officiating. CQ11/S.
will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Burial was In Santa Fe Cemetery Starke Hwy.301 S.. 964-4642
June 16, in the DeWitt C. Jones under the direction of Jones Funeral
Chapel, Keystone Heights, with Dr. Home of Starke.In REAL PIT BAR.B.Q teE
E. Winson Butler officiating. Burial Keystone Hgts. Hwy. 100 473-4006

will be in Florida National 230 S. Temple Ave. A
Cemetery, Bushnell, under the Loving MemoryOf Melrose .Hwy 21 N. 475.2400
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Starke, FL 32091
Keystone Heights. Honorary Hardware And
Paul BennettOn
pallbearers will be members of the Fathers Day 1990 Phone: 964-8840 Centers Interlachen .Hwy.20. 684-2811
Andrew Sunday School class of the It takes a special/ kind of man to bea Garden
First Baptist Church and Church dad like you.A .
Ushers. In lieu of flowers, donations man with understanding and ft -
may be made to the building fund of .lot of patience, too. Ii
First Baptist Church, Keystone Your quiet way of giving advice
Heights, FL.Beatrice. that was always wise and kind
Makes words rememberedand
II. LaMondaMrs. often brought to mind.

Beatrice Hines LaMonda, 71, Your thoughtful way of helpingand
of Hampton Lake, died Saturday, always being there tITSALESTAINMASTER
June 9, at her home on Hampton Is a wonderful example of the waya
Lake following a short illness. Bornin dad should care.
Alachua County, Mrs. LaMonda We are proud to have had a dad
moved to the Hampton area 9 years like you, so special and so dearA
ago from Graham. She was a Dad to be remembered and loved
member of Graham Baptist Church more every year.
and was retired from the State of Daddy, we love you
Florida, Sunland Training Center, Sc miss you >
Gainesville. Your Daughters 99
Mrs. LaMonda is survived by her Judy, Brando RhondaIn $9
son, Jimmie Starling of Hampton SCULPTURED
Lake; one brother, Dudley Hines of
Jacksonville; 6 grandchildren and Remembrance
four great grandchildren. CARPET J
Graveside services were held at 1 O/Our "Pa" Installed with pad.
p.m. Monday, June 11, at Santa Fe Paul BennettOn .1I A V (U
Cemetery, with Rev. Mark Copley Father'Day, 1990 a--
officiating. Jones Funeral Home of We Love You
Starke was in charge of ar Your Grandchildren NO WAX
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t r : Nature Lovers Find Ideal

Vacation at Gold Headby

Sue ElUn Smith coolest area in the park.
BCT Staff Writer Loblolly Trail begins where the
There's more to do at Gold Head Ridge Trail leaves off and forms a
Branch State Park than Just swim, circle, crossing the clear waters of
J the Gold Head Branch stream twice.
f 1 y Assistant Park Manager Robert
1 e Also for those who want to
Dampman said, but few people get
< realize it."We've. close to nature, there is a primitive
got 1,600 acres out here," camping area just northeast of Little
+ Dampman said. "But Lake Johnson.
< people Just
don't realize what all's out here. For bird watchers, Dampmansaid
Gold Head State Park,located six the park offers a variety of
miles east of Keystone Heights on birds,Including ospreys,red-headed
SR-21,was developed in the 1930s by woodpeckers, bald eagles, barred
: the Civilian Conservation Corps.For owls and screech owls. Other
years it has provided park visitors animals which may be sited In the
i with great opportunities to observe park include,opossums,armadillos,
I IY r nature as well as areas for swimm- raccoons, squirrels, turtles and
: w ing, boating and picnicking. But, deer.
8'edL Dampman said, most park visitors The park even offers a nature trail
never stop to see the natural beauty for the blind that consists of a
of the park.Dampman. 1,000-foot roped trail marked with
knots in the Each time a blind
said he has seen a lot of
T people just drive through the park person using the trail encounters a
r with their boats and then leave knot in the rope,he or she would turn
without ever discovering the other on a tape recorder provided by the
activities the park has to offer, ac- park to hear instructions on where to
: tivities, he said, which include hiking reach. to find certain trees and
bird watching, biking and plants.The
canoeing. park has just recently started
L I "There's a lot to do here but people renting bikes for$3 an hour or$13 a
don't really know that," Damp- day at the park store near the swim-
man said. ming area on Little Lake Johnson,
For nature lovers, there are two Dampman said. The park has
nature trails,the Ridge Trail and the always rented canoes.
Due to low lake levels, Dampmansaid
Loblolly Trail. The Ridge Trail
: meanders through the park's scenic ,motor boats are no longer very
; ravine. Springs issue from the sidesof useful at the park.Big Lake Johnsonis
the ravine to form the Gold Head so low that its boat ramps are no
longer in the water. However
-- ----- -- Branch stream which empties into ,Little
I The Kdgs T ail nature trail crosses Gold :Branch Stream which runs thraugtt the park. Photos by 8ul Ellen 8m"tl"5CT Lake Johnson. The ravine is the see Park page 14B

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,arth9o uiMjircjiuii-il/ / l h\ KiissrlfCruunnl. Cigarettes were being manufacsometimes Included In the plug. If a
". Misl.iix Avtthw. nl flic tured by at least 14 mills in Richplug wouldn't mold to the correct
Bradford" MiiMfi1/ / Si'/lonlthi> lit' u i mond before the war, but these and shape,the worker thought nothing of
member/ i>/Ci.ftj>iinv I:. 7th Florida/ snuff were considered to be ef applying a little saliva to help it out.
Iri/iintrv.. .' a JI"'h/ ,,' participates/ feminate. After all this, it was pointed out to
,In.O 'iltt'arHutllereenactmentsall' / A northerner that toured the South the students, that these factors lead
<>\<>r the' 1'iiNfi'rn. United States In before the war visited a chewing to more soldiers dying from disease
April, "htr was at Appomaltox tobacco factory and wrote that if the than from martial activity. Poor
Virginia, enacting the battles people that chewed could see the unsanitary sanitation and diet would take a
there an tho 125th anniversary aI he I conditions in which the greater toll than the enemy.
surrender of General Lee to Genrrnli ,/ plugs were made they wouldn't ever Recognizing this, the North organized -
i Grant April 9, 1865. He also' ,participated '. put it in their mouths. a Sanitary Commission to
In ennrlmi'iili., of "l/u-' w 4-k The unsanitary conditions were upgrade the health of their soldiers.
battle at ManassasBuURen/.. I ;ii p quoted In the late 1850s when germs For many common soldiers this
recently and liwrr. ,In, liniiir. lit' /jilts, / weren't known, so one can imagine was the first time they were away
tlclpufi'd In. I Ihr l.'Sili nnnir'r; MIM that floor sweepings weren't kept from home and the wholesome influence -
reenact.-..,. nt U.iMo,, "d r llw -in clean. The water used warn?t of their mothers and wives
render u,( it reevompuhies"t'Ihr2nd,,| potable and the flavoring used and so embarked on their adventure
Florida' ('.ilur\'. \\',fin, 'h. arruned HI (usually molasses) would attract into "see the elephant" with the enthusiasm -
mid \I.I'SI| more, limn. a iimiifliafor 7 sects rats and mice, which were and care of children
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May Kilh was "Living History -
day at Bradford Middle School. t /
History teacher Russell Crawford I Rv
dressed in clothing of the period, .; t
demonstrated for his eighth grade .
history classes the equipment, ..;oJ, ;.y.:'
clothing mores and food of a Con- I" : -
federate soldier from Florida on his 's.,' '
way home from the fighting in the ,i 1. .
north after Lee and Jonhnslon sur- r
rendered their armies. Y
The equipment demonstration w? \ 1t ;1 Y'-'L .lYl1J' R.M YI, :
consisted of detailing the most com- 4'.k
mon weapons of the conflict which Russell Crawford, dressed In clothing typical of the CMI War period demonstrates the weapon of that
was the muzzleloadmg riflemusketof period, Including tills muzzleloadlng rifle Crawford o gave example of typical behavior, foods eaten,
the period. The favored arm of the and other cultural examples of the life of soldiers of that period. .\<-
Southern Army of this type was the
1853 Enfield, imported from dog or"pup-tent". The tin canteen of vest. Also that men should not roll and boil it in coffee(cush) or fry it in
England. Several regiments from the U. S. Government was shown their shirt Iseeves above their bacon grease.Both processes soften- .- .,_ .n
Florida were armed with this type and demonstrated why it was prefer- elbows, a more also in force for ed the biscuit and gave it some -.;.:-" .: .-Jt! :.,_. w'"
weapon. red bv both sides females. flavor. -
The loading technique was The clothing demonstrated was When outside, all should wear Coffee was an important part of 4y" ,. .r .:..n .
demonstrated in its long form which that of a common soldier late in the headgear of some sort. the soldiers diet.Coffee would be put "'
took nine separate motions to complete war. The uniform jacket and Food made up a vital part of the in a poke (small bag) along with "' "" "' -- ...... .
Use of the bayonet as a military shoes (called Jefferson demonstration. Samples of hardtack sugar they were rationed and use it ..f!;:" ,: ,:,;;. ..T.-,
weapon was also demonstrated as Bootees or brogans) were the only or army cracker were distributed.This as one uses a tea bag today. This 's.eele- Lake has been closed public access for about five years ,;;let it
well as its more mundane uses suchas items that may have been issued to tasteless bread is made from saved the coffee if the soldier had to I
a tent stake or candle stick. him or were of a martial nature.The plain flour and water, and salted to move on in a hurry.To recuperate from overuse
The pack design of the period con- parts shirts, hat etc. were of a taste, then baked in about four inch supplement his diet, the soldier
taining the soldier's essentials need- civilian nature and represented the squares one-quarter inch thick. would forage for other foods, considered
ed after a day's march was the scarcity of military clothing Soldiers of the period rarely ate by them as legal thievery Parkfrom
haversack, the "catch-all" for food reaching iront line troops late in the hardtack plain. Instead they would equated with tax collecting. If a
and other daily items necessary during war. cook it up into a dish known as farmer proved to be intractible with
the march. The students were told of the Victorian skillygallee or cush. The reason was his goods, when asked, they would page 13B been measuring levels about a hun-
Other equipage demonstrated was social mores that were in not only a lack of taste but the hard- take what was wanted. Lake Johnson, where the swimmingand dred years, and a hundred years is
the shelter half, a rectangle of cloth vogue during the period. Most pro- ness of the crackers which became Another important part of the picnic areas and vacation nothing to mother nature," Damp
with buttons and button-holes so that minent were that males had to weara more rock-like as time passed.To soldier's diet was tobacco. Soldierson cabins are located, still has a fairly man said.
two may be joined together and form shirt over their body shirt (which kill weevils and get rid of the both sides used tobacco in two high water level.Dampman The park is open from 8 a.m until
what has been known since as the was considered underwear) or a mold, the soldiers would break it up ways, smoke it in a pipe or chew it. said although he sunset all year. Admission fees for
agrees the park's lakes are low, he Florida residents are$1 for the vehi-
Isn't as worried about it as most peo- cle operator and SO cents per

I Looking to Rent? Buy? Sell? Check the Classifieds! ple."People say they've never seen are passenger.$2 for the Out vehicle of state operator visitors and fees$1

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