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 21, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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... \ GAINESVILLE FL 32611-

A weak frontal system moved through our area Tuesday morn. 10_.__.. ....... .. ..... ._ .
ing, bringing some relief from humidity of the past several days. soc1.L. .... ......,. ..6.IOA "
Relative humidity at noon Wednesday was only: 48%. legal.,........, .., .,.:...6.7A ..
Morning temperatures fell into the low 60s with highs remaining Sport ,. ., ... ..... .U2A !"
In the high Boa with eastern breezes. '. ctcgrap

We can expect one more day of this pleasant weather before SECTION II 12 ,.".. ,. :. ;,. :
typical summertime weather returns to the area with high Sntr.pr..urr..j.ij.,../":: ....IS ::
temperatures once again Into the mid SOB and lows In the 70s. Crlm. N.w..2.3.7* .
No general rainfall Is predicted through the weekend but some But Driver Incid.nt..4S

Isolated, light and brief thundershowers may occur particularly I In Plant Show.. . . ..IBN.wl .
the late afternoons. ..
Short..4. I.h e-Sweetest Strawberries I This Side of Heaven
Tides will be low at 10:53 Friday 11:48 Saturday and around 1:00: ClauHlod. Adi...t,10IIB
Sunday for beachgoers who want lots of open beach. Obltuorl... ...-.'. .'' I2B 110th Year STARKE.FLORIDA 35('.nts Copy
: ..- 49th Issue Thursday June 21. 190o DSPS 062-700

''Worth Traffic Light Needed on 301 -S at Deerfoot Village, DOT Says I

otirt Councilman Ed Wall distributed ranted for the Intersection.The by the city in approving the site soliciting their assistance in getting Brown to contact the Herman Maisel
copies of letters to other council plan. the landlord to expedite installationof Company in an attempt to get a firm
members June 5, indicating the copy of the second letter ad- the light.Although. date for completion of the work.
Class of 1975... Florida Department of Transportation dressed to the Herman Maisel Co., Chamber of Commerce Executive the second letter Is un- Ms. Rink says the Herman MaiselCo.
The final reunion planning (DOT) has completed its checkof Inc., owners of Deerfoot Village, ad- Secretary Anita Rink said the dated,Wall believes it was written In has been broken up Into two
meeting is set for 7p.m..Thursday. traffic on US-301S at the entranceto vised the company to proceed with chamber has written to the early April. separate companies and that pin-
June 21, at Joy Tetstone's, ph. Deerfoot Village Shopping Center installation of the traffic light in con- managers of Food Lion Grocery pointing responsibility to pay for the
964-6089. and concluded a traffic light is war formity with requirements Imposed Store and Wal-Mart Discount Store The council instructed Attorney traffic light may be difficult.

The reunion is scheduled Saturday --
June 23, with a party at the
Camp Blanding Training Site .,bij
beginning at 11 a.m. $11,100 Said Due

Saturday evening, at 7 p.m., the
reunion will begin at 7 p.m., at the

Bradford Softball.County.. Fairgrounds. ffjrIL 7'r To 31 PolicemenIn II

The Youth Softball Associationwill ... .t.. r.

host a men's church Softball -.M. M+r _.
tournament. Friday and Saturday, Back
June 22-23 at the Edward's Road Pay FlapBy

complex, in Starke. --irv -0-nJLa -
Saturdays activities will include I
a yard sale dinners and a home- n Buster Rahn
I 1972-March 31, 1990. Based on J7:
run derby as well as Softball. BCT Staff Writer records furnished by Florida
Come on out and join in the fun. The flap over incentive pay for Department of Law Enforcement i:
Starke police officers is winding (FDLE), incentive pay of $53,700was
Brooker Council... r down with city auditors Davis due tohave been paid. During
The Brooker Council will hold its .., r y : Monk Farnsworth and Co. (DMF), the same period the city actually
regularly scheduled meeting, Tuesday :. providing amounts due individual officers paid Incentive pay In amount of
July 3, at 7:30: p.m., rather totaling $11,100 according to 44700.
than the second Tuesday In the a July 19 report by City Clerk Linda DMF found 15 police officers were
month. Council meeting will returnto : I Ii Wise. overpaid a total of $2,100 during the
the second Tuesday each monthin Early estimates placed the liability period and 31 officers were under r,
August. i for back pay as high as $50,000, paid 11100. '
but Mayor Vernon Silcox and City "Overpayments were the result of
: Attorney Terence Brown maintained a combination of factors, Including:
St. John's Day... all along that the amount would 1) rounding that was attributable to
not $15,000. converting the monthly supplementto
Morning Star Lodge no. 26 invites Payment of the Incentive money an hourly rate and payment of
everyone to attend St. John's Day, will increase the police salary the supplements prior to the 'one
Friday June 22, at 7:30: p.m. budget of $320,757 less than three year employment' requirement that,
The event will be held at the New percent for the year, but will require was effective for the period July 1,
Hope Baptist Church, the Rev. amending the budget by the city' 1972 through September 30, 1979.
Jake Davis, pastor. council at an early meeting. "It was difficult to conclusively
City Clerk Linda Wise said the determine the cause of the underpayments -

Garage Sale... A Hot New Sign for Bradford Middle School... wages will be charged to the Police however, they appeared
Department budget but to result
BHS cheerleaders are funding to from changes in personnel, ,
planning a garage sale, 9 a.m. to 2 This new 600 pound engraved and painted granite colorful sign. The letters of the scbooillre yellow. The amend the budget will be drawn poor communication between the
.m., Saturday, June 23, on the sign made by Ray Durban now graces the Orange school flags are red with black squares Inside. from other departments that may police department and the finance
p Badcock Furniture Store parkinglot. Street entrance to Bradford Middle School. Shown In the photo, above l-r, are artist Ray Durban; have uncommitted funds available department and a generalSee .t
The new sign ii a project of the 1980-90 BMS Student Julie Loper. treasurer of the Student Council; Candice In auditing/ the records, DMF r
Council which paid for the materials. Noted engraver Norman vice-president and at right Beth Modesitt found the Police Department had 99 ( Back Pay..p.3A)
Pop Warner Football... Ray Durban donated his artistic talent to engrave the secretary. employees during the period, July 1,

A car wash and registration is iBBBBISilcox.

slated Saturday by,Pop June Warner 23, on the Footballers ColnwwmuniLy.StatsBankLking .M Apologizes.oc: Keeping .uncil in Dark

, : .J.at4G.,w- Y -- *

a.m. to 3 p.m.Brooker .., -, -, ,
By Buster Rahn shine Law,.;Silcox said events moved forcement (FDLE) John Alwood, In' sales and cigarette taxes collected amendment will be on the ballot this
SCT Staff Writer rapidly and a special council attendance. within a municipality. fall, for consideration by voters.
Awards... Mayor Vernon Silcox apologized to meeting would have been requiredto Silcox quoted Alwood as saying,
The Brooker Athletic Associationwill the other four council members during brief them on events as they "It's not a big problem/ in' Silcox said the city has receivedthe
hold its awards presentation the June 5 city council meeting, transpired.The reference to the city's not paying incentive Silcox said the Incentive pay is an names and amounts due current
ceremony, Saturday, June 23, at saying ne regretted not having kept pay for a period of time. unfunded mandate,and he looks for- and former police officers from
the baseball field in Brooker. Time, them informed during the flap con- first meeting concerning the Funding for incentive pay supposedly ward to the passing of an amend- FDLE, and is now working to con-
4 p.m. cerning police Incentive pay. incentive pay was held In City At- comes from the state,but not as a ment this fall that will preclude the firm those amounts.
Blaming the lack of communication torney Brown's office, with City line item. It Is part of the state's legislature from mandating the expenditure
Clay Hill Days... between the mayor and other Clerk Linda Wise, Si cox and a revenue sharing package, in which of funds without furnishing The city will pay the entitlementswhen
The Clay Hill Community councilmen on the Florida "Sun- Florida Department of Law En- the state refunds a small portion of the money. The proposed the audit has been completed.

Association has scheduled "Clay
Hill Days" Saturday, June 23, at
the Clay Hill Elementary School, 10 July 4 CelebrationSet

a.m. to 5pm. New School Funding Remains TightThe
The Oakgrove Bluegrass Band,
The Country Bluegrass Band and Here Chamber
His Praise, a gospel quartet will BY
furnish entertainment. school funding picture is became'a little clearer another some 73000. That's known as dangling a car-
"" this week with new financial Information from the rot, said one administrator.
will Games be featured.crafts and good eating A July 4 celebration called from Sawyer Gas; hamburgers hot Department of Education. .. With those funds the approximate 500 school
Call ph. 282-9169 for booth rental. Freedom Fest 1990 is set to begin at dogs and other fast food items The Bradford school district is set to receive Just a employees,teachers,non-instructional employees,and
7 p.m. at the Bradford High football donated by the new Subway Shop little over$310,000 from the Florida Education Finance administrators, could receive a salary increase from
stadium and is sponsored by the sunglasses from Len Schlofman, Program (FEFP). An FTE (fulltlme equivalent stutwo to three percent.
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- chicken sandwiches from dent) unit is increasing some$70 per student, going up A three percent salary increase is also hooker
Bible School... merce. McDonalds T-shirts and more. from $2,538.28 for 1989-90 to 2608.75 for fiscal 9091.In the budget for county employees but the for
Vacation Bible School will begin Entertainment, food and A food booth will dispense hot That will fund the experience step-up in the salary the county commission is how to fund the increase.
Monday June 25 and run through fireworks will be the order of the dogs cokes, snow cones, and more schedule, now estimated to cost some $250,000. The funding picture Is really still muddled says
not added. In above the the Florida Finance Director Jean Chitty because the Legislature
Friday June 29, at the Heilbronn day says Event Chairman Cliff food items yet addition FEFP increase
Springs Baptist Church. Time 6:30 Chapman. No speaker is planned.. Entertainment, to begin at 7 p.m., Legislature has approved salary incentive funds which has placed so many dollars in categorical programs
Begin making plans now ,to will be provided by Katie Smith a will give the Bradford district another $395,000 if the meaning the funds must be spent on that program.
to 8:45:
pm.Bible observe the Bradford July 4 celebration singer from Gainesville, who will school board also increases its discretionary millage That takes away local control" Ms. Chitty points out.
School... urges Chairman Capman.For sing the national anthem; Bill by three-tenths) (.3 mills) of one mill which will raise "It pins our ears to the wall said said.
the first time the Chamberwill McRae of Starke who will sing"Flagof
Highlands Baptist Church has solicit donations at the gate to Freedom" written by David R v.nuG.n.ral Fund
scheduled its Vacation Bible help pay for the event to cost around Dodge; Patty Kay Elder and Carol 19M/89 1989/90 1990/91
School, 7-9 p.m., Monday June 25 $4,000. Nobody will be turned away. Milner from Starke. and Natalie Jo 2288.82 2538.2 2608.75
-through Friday June 29. For each dollar donated,'the donater Minor from Keystone Heights. A (Bos Student Allocation)
will receive a ticket for a dance group from the KH Dance FEFP Regular 11,449.177 11.7oS.7M 12,771,849
for a large number of prizes draw Academy will performa patriotic 7th Period 215,815 300,339 306,843
Three BHS Classes... by the businesses community. Examples dance. Some members of Nostalglai Sparsity 397,399 174.560 217,471

Three BHS Classes, 1959-6041 of prizes: a 6-foot picnic a Jocal singing group Salary Incentive 0- .0395,043
table from BARC built with treated McRae will sing. .
-0- .010.156
scheduled 30 year" reu- .
have a Moth/Setne.lne.ntive
Emcee will be Terry Vaughan of
limber a U.S. Savings Bond from
and July
Friday Saturday.
EAGLE Radio Station.
Florida Federal; a barebcue.grill:
20-21. Sub-Total 12.062,391 12240.665 13,201,382
It is essential that all class
members return forms as soon as Sen. Grant Renews Call
possible, in order that planning can Instructional Material Regular 125,459 124,269 127,213
be finalized. Instructional Material 7th Period 10,485 13.333 13,864
For information, call Charles For Flag Burning AmendmentCongressman Instructional Material Media 13,459 25.319 25,808
Francis, Ph. 964-7735, Tom Smith
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon Ph. Bill Grant R-Dist.2, the burning of the American flag" Student Development 76,631 80.485 64,673Merit
964-5358. FL has renewed his call for a Con- Rep. Grant said. "The decision was Schools 24.198 39.551 -0-
stitutional amendment outlawing an insult to the millions of men and Middle School PRIME 4.195 97,009 103,039
BHS Class of 1930... desecration of the American flag. women who gave their lives protecting 569,227 584.209 666,324
"The Supreme Court of the United the ideals our flag symbolizes."Last Transportation .
Class of 1980 Is set for 100.779 126,208 100,557
The BHS Education '.
convinced that Compensatory
States has once again struck down year, I was a .
August 11, 1990. Anyone may attend our efforts to protect the sacred Constitutional amendment was the IC-Improvement PREP, ,. ,. ;;, 340.708 344.170 363,538
it is not Call restricted 964-74 to 75 1980 for in- symbol of our freedom and liberty," only way to remedy this deplorable School Bus Replacement fi:7';: !.i.". 59,042 79.640 '0.135f
graduates. ph. Rep. Grant said. "Our only recourseis situation," Grant said. "But I went Writing Skills :., .;"'), : 75.179 69.355 93,166
formation. to make protection of the symbolof along with the passage of a Federal }. '. 24.617 0- 0-
our country pert of the U.S.Con- law outlawing flag burning becauseI ,Reading Resource Specialists
stitutlon." was promised by the House leader Hl-Cott Science Lab 5.656 8.647 6,476Pr.Schoollnt.rv.ntion
Upcoming... Last year in response to a ship that if the law was ruled unconstitutional 111.129 167.566 172,358
Public meetings scheduled in the U.S.Supreme Court decision declarIng we would be allowedto Sub-Total 1.540,764 1.759,761 1,839,151

coming weeks are the burnina Ttn meric.n flag' vote on a Constitutional amend- TOTAL STATE ..- '.603.1SV (4.000.426 15,0040,533
Bradford County school board a form of fretprotected; by ment. ,
meets Monday June 25, at 7 p,m. the First Ame6dnHnt.-Rep. Grant "The U.S.Supreme Court has said .. .1
Bradford County zoning board filed legislation calling for a Constitutional twice now that burning or mutilatingthe Local Effort U/59,j ''/tO 90/91
meets Tuesday, June 26, at 7 p.m., amendent to give Congress American flag as a political DUt.Taxfln J.
in Starke UaB. and the state the power to statement Is permissible,' Grant mill) .& / 5.604 5.943 5.827 1.155.682 1.492.384 1,584.878
zonuiffboard meets Thursday "I the U.S. Supreme Court ,
Starke outlaw desecration of the American said. say 1.019SubTotal 148,275 180,553 277,157
June 28, at 7 p.m., In Starke flag. is wrong and we need to immediately "t. Discretionary. .719 .719
,City Hall. 'It is inconceivable to me that the begin the process of giving our ::
.. Starke City Council meets Tuesday U Supreme Court could stretch the flag the protection it *o richly "- '. : 1.303,957 1,672.937 1,862,035
;July 3, at 7:30 p.m., In City ConstituH"far wowhto. _gHlml7., deserves." 20.730 21.875 29,935
-- -- .
City Council meets Tuesday Starke Qualifying Set July 23-27 lC r ElectionBy .

July 3, at 7:30 p.m.. in City Mutter seats will be Monday noon,July xi 10 TOTAL LOCAL 1.324.687 1,694.812 1.891,970
Hall. The meeting has been RannCT Friday noon July 27.'
rescheduled from its regular date Staff Writer GRAND TOTAL 14.927.842 15,695,238 16.932.503
the second Tuesday in the month. City Clerk Linda Wise announce (See City Election..P.3n)
qualifying dates for Starke counci.


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Belchers Blunders.
I 'r'Driving

Course Suggested after Officer's 3rd AccidentBy


Bust.r Rohn for $200 and recommended the officer work done by Veteran's Day, Nov
be allowed to lake the course at n. trf
'CT Staff Writer ri*&
tier own ( 1+
expense.Belcher 1, y1 e. i
Officer Cheryl Belcher hasdone II\ v
agreed to pay the cost of Grant Writer... .1J i r
again. the driver training.Commissioner I
The commission canceled a contract -
For the third time in less than a Vernon Barber ) .
made earlier this with
she has been involved In a year
year asked if there circumstances
were contributing Langton and Associates of Jackson- .
fender-bender while police -
driving a
I such as stress or long '
cruiser resulting in her coming ville to prepare an application for a n *
before the city council, since hours. city grant under Community
Development Block Grants statutes P a J .
da exceeded $100. /
mange Chief Epps said Belcher had worked '
I i .
following a recommendation by '1.7 ,,
Chief of Police Jimmy Epps. accompanied 88 hours during the week of the Glenda Epps .chairperson of the i
i by Officer Belcher, met Bradford Fair and could have been Downtown Progress" Committee, a
with the city council Tuesday June suffering fatigue. subcommittee of the ChartfWt ofjOimperce. h r'
19, to report the incident and seek Mayor Silcox told Chief Epps, :
guidance( in handling the situation. "The council has agreed for the two .1 .
of you (Epps and Belcher> to workout /.* M'el S Langton has an excellent
Chief Epps, while praising the problem..." VVeteran's > "record for grant writing. The problem
Belcher for being an excellent police Langton ran for and was
officer, recommended the council Park... elected to the House of Representatives -
either transfer her to a non-driving Two weeks ago City Operations and came under fire during The Class of 1945.
position in the city or terminate her Manager Bill Weldon proposed that the legislative session for a conflictof
from the police department. city owned property across Water interest Front row(I-r): Evelyn Slump Griffin, tcarlirr; Betty Crosby Howard Frances Collcy Gurwlt. Audry Crews
Officer Belcher offered no excuses Street from the city generating plantbe Jean Adkins Prevail OlecU Green llardrnbrook. Benson Elise Green Pass Betty McRae Well, (.arnica -
for the three minor accidents, say- set aside for a Veteran's Park Tuesday night, Ms. Epps asked Virginia Kliodcn Cain, Mary Elllen Wasdin Andrews, Hullo Parker.
ing, "I can drive forward,but I can't and the city council agreed, telling the city council to consider terminating V.R. Ferguson, teacher; _l-ucllc Edwards Johns.
bacic too well." Weldon to present a plan for the pro the contract with Langlon teacher Third row: Tlicmias A. Wasdin, George Shuford
ject. and Associates, and possibly con Second row Rosa Lee Allen Padgett Marie .:dR."ror. Robert Barksdale. Roan J. Turner, Bobby Bigg i PhiiShufOl'd
Commissioner Bobby Biggs tracting with an associate for completion v+.-I- Rffrtinrn linrnp Barksdalc Winifred Warren Wink lor.
observed the accidents were "pretty Tuesday night Weldon presented of the application.City .
small" and that she might be given a drawing for the proposed park, In-
another chance. cluding sidewalks a flag pole and Attorney Terency Brown said 20 Attend BUS 45th Anniversary Reunion I
Mayor Vernon Silcox said he water fountain,saying the estimatedcost the contract provides for termination
thought Chief Epps should have of Improvements to be 2100. 30 notice Rosier
upon days without BHS Class of 1945 graduated Although several members could Dorothy Rivers Bertice ,
authority the situation over personnel within the and handle Weldon said tables and benches penally. 58The and 20 member attended not be located, so far as it Is known, Clarice Rosier, Cozette Sapp, Jesse
police and other equipment may be the 45th anniversary reunion Saturday only one 1945 BHS graduate, Eula Jones Scott, William B. Stanley
department.Chief donated by veteran's groups June 16,In the Starke Woman's Mae Eunice Bary, has died in the In- William B. Stanley, Frank Tomlin-
Epps said city ordinance's businesses or Individuals, with a The Costly Code... Club. tervening years." son, Thomas Wadsworth, Mary
require that damages exceeding small plaque Indicating the donor. Attorney Brown reported that cost Bobby Biggs,class vice-president, Ellen Ward, Monteen Warren, Ar-
$100 must be brought before the of codifying city ordinances will be was the only class officer. attending Not Attending... nold Wasdin, William B. Matheny,
council, and recommended the Former City Commissioner and $9,800. and will include furnishingthe the reunion. Members of the Class of 1945 not Jr.
minimum amount be raised to $500, former Commander of American city with 50 copies. attending the reunion: Lora Crews
eliminating many small issues. Legion Post 56, Charles Schaefer The council agreed to proceed A total of 40 people, including Anderson, Dorothy Barnes, Bobbie Notables...
Commissioner Ed Wall said he said the local American Legion post with the project, which will be complete graduates, spouses and guests en- Beckham Billie Brookes, WilliamR. Coming the longest distance was
comes in contact with Officer will support the Veteran's Park and in about 15 months. evening, visiting with old Burney, C.W. Colson, Donald Marie Edwards Baker, who lives in
Belcher frequently In the courthouse the facility anchoring Call St.on the :rends, reminiscing about old times Crews, Hazel Crosby, William Salt Lake City, Utah.
and that she Is a "good officer East with Santa Fe Community College Clerk Wise reported :'the and trying to put names and faces Crosby, Mack Futch, Berta Lee Rosa Lee Allen Padgett took
never hesitating to go into a on the West will be an additional Legislature increased the gross together. George, Betty Hazel Green, Merle honors for having the most children,
bad Situation." Wall recommendedthat asset for the city. receipts tax on utilities from 1.5 per- Three teachers, Evelyn Griffin, Grider, Stella Mae Hayes, Marian seven.
she be allowed to attend a cent to 2 percent, effective July f. Lucille Johns and V.R. Ferguson,at- Johns, Ida Mae Johnson, Barbara Holding the record for being married
driver's course and remain on the The city council appropriated The city will have to re-program its tended the reunion. Keen, Ailene Kelley, Eustace ihe longest is Mary Ellen
police force. $2,100 for the project and told computer to show the additional The dinner was catered by Oleeta Kelley, Helen Loll, Amanda Molt, Wasdin Andrews, 44 years.
Chief Epps said a 40 hour driver's Weldon to proceed. amount as a separate item as required Hardcnbrook, one of the 1945 Louise parrish, Irene Prevatt,
course for police officers i is ovwllnhi/ Weldon said he expects have Un by stale law. graduates.'! Pansey Reddish, Catherine Revels,

. Hampton Council Told Grant Funds Too Short for Tankto I I NORMAN'SROADSIDE

Funds available are insufficientfor fire hydrants.The "Elevated tanks are long "We need to get water to the people funded, the council was told,
either an elevated or ground Department of Environmental established for storing volumes of who don't have it.That's our first whereas a grant to extend water MARKET
level water tank Hampton commissioners Regulation <( learned at a special meeting storage tank be installed if fire Thomas said. "But repainting the inside Wadsworth in discussing what can Street (SR-18)), and do street repairs 301 North of Starke
called by the Hampton City Council hydrants are Included in the project. Is needed about every five years be deleted from the project in orderto "has an excellent\ chance" of being 964-9152
Tuesday June 19. The water system now has only a and repainting the outside about afford a storage lank. funded, said Gary Bethune of Clark,
The meeting( ib called to con- small tank, 6,000 gallons or so. says every 10 years." Maintenance is If fire hydrants and storage tank Roumelis and Associates.The .
sider the merits of a ground level Mayor Lola Williamson which is not costly he indicated.Two are deleted from the current project, council made no decision al
water tank versus an elevated tank. sufficient for DER approval. types of ground level tanks chances of gelling another grant this meeting preferring to table the I CANW1NL,1t/Jt1.t I
The council adjourned without a Les M. Thomas, vice-president, are recommended, metal with a next year are lessened, the council issue for further study. No date was
decision. Engineering Department of Clark, porcelain like glaze inside and out has been told.A set for another meeting, but a time
Only $84,000 from the original Roumelis and Associates Inc..coordinators or concrete. The glazed metal tank grant request that includes providing will be announced soon, said Chair-
grant of $350,000 are still uncommitted. for the Community is corrosion resistant and has low water to persons who do not man Thomas.
The least expensive tank Development Block Grant, described maintenance over. a. long period of now have city water will have a better .. V.ineRipTqmato': $;
available is a 60,000 gallon ground various tanks available: A used time. chanci"'1f' IhanTTreT= ":Time Is Short... '" ,
storage tank at an estimated cost of elevated tank,, with 100.000 gallon "What do we give up to get the quest for flre. rants and storage' '$ThI current grant 'must be $122,000, with additional pumps re- capacity will cosl$i43.000, or a new tank?" asked Council ChairmanPete tank. In tact:grant request fadlre'/J;! before another grant
  • quired to distribute sufficient water elevated tank is priced at 185000. Thomas. hydrants will almost certainly not be according to requirements of ,
    the stale Department of Community _
    Affairs. This means that the entire

    . County Zoning Board Gets Quorum on Third Trywas September.Councilwoman grant must. be Jane committed Hall\ sug-by Zipper Cream Peas

    By Buster Rohn repair shop. worked for Starke Kadiaiur and taken on his request. gested an alternative of building the $800 Hamper
    'CT Staff Writer The zoning board voted to recommend Transmissions, on the corner of The county zoning board is com- water tank, a cement grumd level
    The Bradford County Zoning approval of the request,which US-310 and SR-16. and is putting in posed of seven members, but the re- tank, and buying Ihe necessary
    Board met in special session Friday. will now go before the county com the radiator shop to serve area cent resignition of Spyros Drivas pumps, to expend the current grant Silver 'Cajn
    June 8, after failing to seat a quorumin missioners for final disposition, customers, since Starke Radiator no leaves it one short, with one vacan-- funds in time to apply for an additional Queen ,
    the regular meeting Tuesday, Wednesday, June 13. longer repairs radiators and the cy. It still requires four members grant this fall. '
    May 29, and a called meeting business is being offered for sale. present to make a quorum. "That is one of your options," the "
    Wednesday, June 8. The parcel, part of a large tract Zoning board members and council was told. $700 Bush&Cucumbers
    Francis .Meng, who owns land owned by Meng, Is currently zoned Other Zoning Matters... Members of the Board of Adjust "No work has been stopped" Les >*. ;>
    fronting on US-301 and Hampton OR (Open Rural The zoning board Paul Wright also petitioned the ment, both city and county serve as Thomas of CRA told Chairman Pete
    Lake, petitioned the board to rezone approved Its being reclassified\ toILW zoning board to reclassify a parcelon volunteers, not even receiving reim- Thomas, who was concerned that
    one acre just south of the US-301and (Industrial Light and US-301, two miles north of bursement for gas and oil. It is thus delaying a decision might delay
    SR-18 intersection, to allow his son, Warehouse). Lawtey but failed to show at eitherof difficult to discipline members for work now in progress.
    ;: David Meng to establish a radiator David Meng said he formerly the two special sessions.No action missing meetings. Water lines are now being installed $ 00 Bushel
    to Hampton Villa, the highest I
    item on the priority list.

    . Commissioners Refuse to Close Block of Sun View Drive Dishman James, residents Milzel of and the Villa Pauline and

    ":: present at the council meeting, were
    The block of Sun View Drive in SE Weldon said ne oppose me closing was employed with the city tor six A special exception is now required active in gelling the city moving 1
    Starke between Southgate Drive and because if the city ever needs the months after the retroactive pay increase every time someone applies for car toward water system expansion.
    Palm Avenue in Southgate Subdivision property it would be difficult to get it was effective. At the recom- sales said Zoning Director Darrell From an original proposal for a
    will remain open after city commissioners back mendation of Attorney Terence O'Neal. grant request in 1988 in \the amount
    declined to take action the council took the option of of
    to Brown, Contributed $129,305, prepared by Linda Day,
    $750 to financethe
    : close it March 15. Odds & Ends... having the case heard by a bearing help a former grant coordinator with offices
    1990 Fourth of celebrationat
    ..: Sun View Drive is an open unused In other May 15 action the council officer from the state's Departmentof the request of July Cliff Chapman, in Starke, the projects have also
    platted street which runs all the way : Administration. chairman of the Chamber committee. grown to$700,000 today with a grantof OkraSquash, Peppers
    :: from Geiger Road to Peterson Street $350,000 already received and an
    : in Southgate Subdivision in SE Was told by Commissioner Ed Siemer will be responsible for half additional grant of $350,000 an- Blackeyes, Beans
    Starke. Wall that work would begin lastweek of the cost of the hearing icerback Contracted with the North Cen- ticipated for next year. PotatoesCantaloupes
    Barbara Strode wanted Sun View on extendiing water lines down pay about$750.Approved tral Florida Regional Planning
    Drive closed between. Palm and Edwards Road to the city limits. the rezoning of a houseat Council based in Gainesville, to
    Peterson to build a garage. 639 Laurel Street from residential rewrite the city's comprehensiveland
    Heard Commissioner Wall congratulate (RIC) to residentialprofessionalRP use plan by July 1991 for a cost Need An Elc sctrician?
    Mike Tiemey a city power plant the Sheriffs Department ( ). Rick Replogle's purchase of of $10,000. No grant funds are
    :: employee, appeared to oppose the for the"excellent manner''in which the home across the street from the available, said Zoning Director Darren call DAN WA]NWRIGHT[
    closing at the May 15 public hearing. the Operation Rockpile drug raid new nursing home, Windsor Manor, O'Neal and it would cost from
    :: Tierney said access is needed for wu carried off. Wall said he toped was contingent on the rezoning. $20,000 to $30,000. to hire an outside -36Yr. Experience: AU Types Electrical Work,
    :: emergency vehicles and that he Is for the same response from the city Replogle's wife, Wendy plans to contractor. tIklI 1 1 : Single:3 Phase- Reasonably Priced Work
    ; opposed to giving away any city pro- Police Department. operate a beauty shop in the former Als
    :: Mundorff home.Instructed 0...
    perty. Removed Itself from the Decided after discussion, for the
    z: City Operations Manager and grievance procedure in which ex- Attorney Brown to city's election code to be rewritten to Custom & Pr gfab
    ;: Utility Director Bill Weldon said city firefighter Rex Siemer Is seeking rewrite the city's zoning code to In- adopt the state election code to the << Welding
    :: four persons opposed to closing the six months of a raise,amounting clude car sales in the heavy In- extent it does not conflict with the city -
    block of Sun View Drive had approached to $750 given firemen after Siemer dustrial classification B-3, which charter. Current city election
    r: him. Weldon said there are left the city. The pay increase for already Includes sale of mobile rules could lead to conflicts,said attorney
    other areas unopened and unused. firemen was retroactive; Siemer homes marin<< sale of boats etc... Brown.

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    Incumbent Joe Riddick, 60, has waste problems and protect the en insight to problems and solutioriJ of ,meeliiigs than I, representing"Bradmy' ,,time"as needed to the complex
    announced his intention to seek reelection vironment.These meetings resulted our neighboring counties including' ford County on many'' of the hard problems of'government. Again I
    to the District 4 scat on the in the IrsUUle regionalism of three permits for OKI's (Developments' of decisions affecting the taxpayers of pledge four years of my best ellorts
    Bradford County Commission. countiesUnion, Baker, and Regional Impact, Economic he county," KUIdick Kiiys. to meet your needs being impiirlml I
    Riddick, retired from AT&T, Bradfordforming the New River Development, Job, Service, Growth and fair to all. This commissioni'i
    recently sold his partnership in R&S Solid Waste Association. Soon, four Management, etc. "No oilier com "Four ago I promised to be a still makes house calls," Itiddick
    Telecom, Inc. Riddick, and wife, environmentally unsafe landfills missioner has attended, more full time commissioner\ devoting says.
    Ruth,live on US-301 south,just north will be closed and a regional facilityof
    of Environmental ,'" ,. .1
    CR-18. !it meeting all Department ( ".,
    Riddick has led the coup ys' effort Regulations (DER) ,, ,
    to solve the sold waste problem. Rldrules with full recycling will be open- I ',\', : \ Alvarez Seeks BC I
    dick is in charge of the county landed.. This will ensure a safer environ- 'I', '
    fill near Keystone Heights and ment and savings of millions of lax ..,w'
    represents the county on the dollars to the people of these three ;';;'::1.
    3-counly New River Solid Waste counties," Riddick says. Commission SeatGreg
    Association which currently has a $2 He is also the county's representative ,
    million state grant to 'build a new on the North Central Florida \
    solid waste facility at Ellerbee Regional Planning Council Alvarez, a Bradford High mittee, is a member of the Bradford
    Curve in Union County. (NCFRPC), serves on the board of FFA advisor, announces his intention Roping Club, as the livestock
    ilonr Joe Rlddlck "I have spent many hours and directors of NCFRPC and is present. to seek the Disl.2 seat on the superintendent of the Steer Show on
    S..... R.-EI.ctton to DI... 4 countless meetings with the 13 counIy vice-chairman of the council. The Bradford County Commission. the Swine Show Rules Committeeand
    ties in our region to solve our solid monlly meetings of NCFRPC give The Dist.2 seat is now held by E.L. as the buyer of the 4-H pig in
    (Nook) Norman, who has served for 1990, coached the first BHS girls
    12 years and plans to seek a fourth Softball team, and is in the adult
    term on the commission. choir of the Community Church."I .
    Alvarez,40, grew up on a farm and feel my community Involve-
    Bolin Seeking BC for the past 18 years has taught ment with youth and other groups
    agriculture science at Bradford enables me to be aware of the coun
    I High School and has been an FFA ty's needs for the future," said
    advisor. It will the first foray Into Alvarez, who says he wants to use a
    District 2 Seat 1 politics by Alvarez, the brother of common sense approach to the coun
    Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. ty's problems.
    Greg Alvarez hold a bachelor's
    Lawtey area resident Manly Bolin the concerns and problems of the Greg Alvarez degree in agriculture from the Alvarez wants to enter the
    announces his intention to seek the citizens I represent."I To a. DUt.J Condldot. University of Florida. political race to "help make our
    District 2 County Commission seat have been employed by the Born and raised in Bradford Coun- county a better place to live for our
    now occupied by Commissioner/ Jacksonville Fire Department as an I ty,Alvarez is married to the former future generations."
    E.L. ( engineer for the past 25 years.I have Kris Friedlin from Keystone He feels his teacher's schedulewill
    1, Bolin originally from Jackson been stationed at the Maxville station Heights. They have two children: give ample time, with the sum
    ville,moved to County Road 125 west since January, 1985. Whitney, 7, and Jesse, 5. mer break, to give full time serviceto
    of Lawtey: In May, 1984. Bolin is aJacksonville Bolin is a past president of the Greg Alvarez has served on the the commissioners demands and
    fireman.It parent-teacher organization of the Bradford County Fair Association citizens of the county.
    will be his first foray into Brad- Lawtey Community School,and will Board of Directors, the Bradford The Greg Alvarez family lives on
    ford County politics. be vice-president for the upcomingyear. County Soil&Water Conservation asS Brownlee Road northwest of Starkeon
    "The past 25 years of public ser- He is a district vicepresidentfor 0, s Ith..I".. tho r.1f !:*r..mhlA (nm- the family farm.
    ,p. vice have given me the opportunityto the Professional Fire Fighters of
    -- see the many areas that our Florida. J'
    citizens need help,"Bolin says. "My Bolin and his wife, Wanda, have 1
    Manly Bolin personal concerns are the environ- two daughters: Dardie, 13,an eighth Norman MakesReelection.
    $..... Dlit.2 Commliilon. S.al ment and public safety. Once grader at LCS and Manlyelle, 10, a ;
    elected, my main concerns will be fifth gradersd at LCS.

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    Ltt r' (Nook) Norman, who has The county's six cents per gallon
    twice served as chairman and four gasoline tax is an example of a
    axe times has been chairman of the positive decision which has allowedthe
    Road Department, announces he paving of the following county
    will seek re-election to the Dist.2 roads: Flume Road,NE 13th St.,one
    Bradford County Commission seat. mile, in 1979; Immokalee Road, SE
    Norman, elected in 1978, lives on 62nd Ave., in 1980; Crawford Road,
    E.I. (Nook) Norman Bayless Highway, CR-225, near its NW 57 Ave., 2.89 miles, in 1981,
    Dlit.2 Incumbwit to RunBack intersection with Brownlee Road, Speedville Road, SE 43rd St., 2,25
    CR-229. He Is married to the former miles, in 1983; Laura Church Road,
    Margaret Norman. They have two 1.2 miles, in 1985; the Burt Ellington
    d. Pay.. children: a daughter, Margaret Road NE 10th St., in 1985, and
    .. J Anne Bennett, and a son, Wayne, Eunice Loop Road, NW 105th Ave.
    (from page 1 A) and five grandchildren. in 1987.
    ,.. ."1" misunderstanding of the legal requirements Norman, 60, says that "12 years Serving on the county commission .
    'J ," said the DMF report. experience has a stablizing effect to "an honorable service for a
    ,IIA Councilman Travis Woods movedto make decisions based on experienceiiwipsteadpfg civic minded citizen," is my reason
    r.1 -lPt t,1 accept the DMF repor'and pay' work.'ohl h.. r for running\ ,Norman says.
    .. ;. the'officers'in accotdanowilh the. .. ..,
    I. f'" '11 "audiiorfB: flnCUngl'J.a'he Mutant car"ried tint/Cft &lcctlQ'it;';. V,Jdo a't.ms 1m H4n1M-lY.Inn. uthl' :" '
    unanimously.Mayor .
    IItL '. L .1":"" ,, ,.. Silcox said the city will not (from page 1A)

    L' ....;:.-. : ;;;" 1J.fIt" 0' .. move to recover the overpayments, Starke residents will be voting by District One: Bobby Biggs I
    8- ...... retired or no longer work for the ci.' October, and since there are no city- District Three, Ed Wall
    ..iii" [If ty. wide seats up for election, only All three incumbents have
    -. FDLE Executive Leon Lowery voters in three districts will be going declared an intention to run for re
    declined to review the DMF report Ip the polls. election,and while there are rumorsof
    prior to publication. The three districts and Incumbents opposition, there are no firm com
    are: mittments at this time.
    Memorial Day Observed... '- --

    Members of Port 1018 VFW and member of the been engaged.
    BHS Junior ROTC stand In silent< salute before the flag "So long as two of us remain...so long will the
    at the Bradford Courthouse, In memory of departed Veterans" of Foreign Wars render tribute to our heroic
    comrades of all wars in which the United States has dead.


    Two Proposed Ordinances on Slate with StarkeTwo

    proposed city ordinances,one Officer Gets Fees... Benevolent Association PBA), the
    dealing with bidding and purchasing police union, and had to reinstate
    Brown advised the -
    procedures and the other on adop-- Attorney to for Officer council W.S. Allen. Season Is Over..You've Cleaned Your
    ting the state election code, are be- pay attorneys The police union offered to settle
    Allen which attorney

    prepared by City Attorney $17,300 represents for the amount,providing it receivesthe
    Brown for a first reading at an early fees and.court costs. money within 10 days of May 29, Guns and Taken Care of Your Equipment,
    commission meeting.The The amount does not represent a date the offer was made.
    proposed ordinances were settlement with the officer. Ofc. Councilman Bobby Biggs movedto Have You??
    discussed at the June 5 city commission Allen was dismissed after wreckinga pay the amount, receiving '4 or
    meeting. city police car but the city lost its unanimous support from other council

    School Officer... arbitration case with the Police members. Fishermen LOOK When you- faiftliroiigh l tl e ditches, did

    The council gave its approval for >you geLwer>lf-yOWI'.trafSLer.
    when back
    Attorney Brown to prepare an you > -
    agreement between the city and the :a your boat in1 I the :C>15C7.:.
    Bradford County School Board to r tVcnaog* the greatse
    furnish a resource officer for Brad- water, you need to F
    pa 5 Ll case
    ford High School. 7F
    service *
    The school board will fund the i-J your and front end on
    15-month program in the amount of MANLY'BOLIN transfer cases ; ca: t* 4z4'*.

    22000.A resource officer Is a certified .............................................................................

    police officer to patrol' school

    grounds.Since the contract Is of limited 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE

    duration,and subject to terminationby .
    either party on short notice,
    Brown said it will be preferable to 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
    out of the union
    the position
    keep .
    contract. 2) We Install A New Oil Filter

    The council agreed.Looking 10 MINUTE 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis
    Commission District 2
    County ,OIL CHATQEt 0JBL '4)) We Check and,Fill Radiator Coolant

    RPENNZOn 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid

    T to Buy? A New Time ;" Si. ', 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid

    Rent? SeU? Check the A New Face / D 7)) We Check and Fill Power, Steering Fluid
    5a .' ,D Fill Differential Fluid
    A New .. 8)) We Check and
    B-Section Classifieds at D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery

    Td-PoLAdw" Dem. Try; ldCr1010)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid

    y Ofj ) We Wash Your Windshield\ -

    Protection- 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades

    PUBLIC NOTICE .. 13)) We Inflate Your :Tires to the

    Pressure '
    Proper "

    Qualifying for the two-year s_of' : 0 14)) We Vacuum the Interior ,

    'City Commissioner Dis'riot 1 ) $2O 95 D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter .,' ).

    ,0 16) We Check Your Breather Element '
    City Commissioner District 3

    Commissioner District 5 ........:........................ ......\...:. ... .

    will take place at the Starke City Hall,

    beginning noon, July 23, 1990 and ending 150 W. Madison St. 964-9000

    noon, July 27, 1990. Starke, FL '


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    ,, .8"'i\;: ; \:. ( : \ :" '\ ,,' Timber Companies Oppose 'racingBartram's

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    Ixia on Endangered

    Clay County and Camp Blanding I

    May 19, 1989, the U.S. Fish and
    Join for Recreation Park
    Up Wildlife Service, a department of the
    U.S.Department of the Interior, proposed rr
    to list Bartram's Ixia (Salp- r

    Camp Blanding, whose interests during of* minimum training value 10 us, species Ingostylia under coelestina the Endangered) as an endangered SpeciesAct R, e ey

    and after World war II have been mainly although it's a very nice area, with a of,1973.

    concerned with the military, will soon creek running through it, and beautiful The Ixia was"rediscovered" in Bradford -
    become involved in a wider scope of com- trees." County In 1931 after being on the
    mumtylifp in Clay and Bradford Coun-. "missing list" of botanists for a long
    will include the
    Clay County project .
    period of time. It is foind: bnly in Brad-
    ies.Not its recreation budget and also hopes to ford, ClaySt')Johns,Putnam Alachua
    only will Blanding be opening its get 50 acres of Blanching property along Baker, and a small area of South Duval
    Museum and Memorial Park and Treat Road in the Keystone Heights area County.A .

    :. Gardens in November on the 50th An- for recreational purpbSes, Jett said. public hearing on the proposal to r
    niversary of involvement of the National place the Ixia on the endangered
    Guard in World War II, but it will embark In return for the use of its property, species list was held in Jacksonvillelast
    this fall Camp Blanding will have the use of the year. A final decision on the matter
    on a Joint project with Clay Coun-
    Clay County landfill at Rosemary Hill was postponed until after the flowering
    ty to expand recreation facilities for the
    near Green Cove Springs. The land at season in 1990 in order to make a more
    public and the Guard in this area. thorough study of whether the Ixia is
    SR-16 and 215 was originally used as a
    The Museum of World War II artifacts landfill for the Blanding area, but has endangered or not. Ixea Growing Among Wire Gra

    photographs, and recorded history will been closed for several and the Some opposition to placing it on the
    this years, endangered list developed among the will send their findings to the Florida The Ixia is highly adapted to fire and
    put training site the national
    on map, property is now in the process of being forestry industry, including ITT Forest Association in Tallahassee Is usually found on flatland that has
    attracting World War II veterans who reclaimed with natural vegetation. Rayonier Container Corp.. and where the data will be compiled andsent been burned over regularly. The fact
    trained at Blanding, and their families, to Commissioner Jett said that the free Georgia-Pacific. These companies expressed to the Fish and Wildlife Service In that the custom of burning the woods
    visit their old stomping grounds and show concerns that banning certain Jacksonville before the July 2 deadline annually has now been largely abandoned
    the youngster where Daddy learned. park will be used for soccer, softbaU, ten- insecticides to protect the Ixia might- A recommendation concerning place- in the forests planted by timber
    be an infantryman in the sandhills of nis, children's playgrounds, jogging, and terfere with necessary forestry prac ment of the Ixia on the endangered companies has contributed greatly to
    other activities. tices. Protection of the Ixia could species list will be made in Jacksonvilleand the Ixia's decline. It has also lost muchof
    Trail Ridge. It will also give them an op- possibly also interfere with the option of sent on to Washington, where the its habitat to development, both
    portunity to see and enjoy beautiful While the County will contribute funds large forest landowners to sell portionsof final decision will be made by residential and commercial along
    Lake, which may soon be for the park development, Col. Patelle their acreage for housing and other November 19, 1990. highways in recent years.

    honor by being added to the list of said the base will contribute some equip- developments.As Large numbers of Ixia have been

    Outstanding Florida Waters. ment and materials, including lumber, a result of comments received at con Anyone on the wishing Ixia issue to comment do pro so or in observed in pine plantations where the
    and will also make some labor available. the Jacksonville hearing, the Fish and writing to the Field may Supervisor trees had recently been cut and the

    Now it has been announced that Blending Wildlife Service found there was Jacksonville Field Office, U,S.Fish andWildlife ground disturbed by logging equip
    Jett said that a portion of the $420,000 substantial disagreement regarding the Service men Small numbers have also been
    which is owned by the State Armory that the county has budgeted for recrea- accuracy of available data on whetherthe South Suite 120,,Jacksonville 3100 University,FL 32216.In Blvd.. observed in recently-plowed fire
    Board, has joined with Clay County in a tion from receipts collected through the Ixia was endangered or not. breaks.

    project to develop 220 acres of base pro- one-cent local option sales tax levied by Consequently the Fish and Wildlife its proposal last year to place the Since Ixia plants do not flower every
    at the northwest intersection of Clay County will be used for the develop- Service extended the comment period Ixia on the endangered species list the year under such conditions, and
    Highways 16 and 21$ as a recreation park ment. until July 2. 1990. to provide time for interested Fish threatened and Wildlife Service said "It is because the plants resemble wiregrass
    parties, including landowners, by habitat loss due to stems when not in flower, they
    for the well the may go
    general public as as
    to take inventories of Bartram's Ixia residential land development by unnoticed until fire
    With its interest in these major attrac- logging, or other
    military. during the current spring flowering due to the planting of disturbances This
    occur. makes it difficult
    tions for the and of local
    enjoyment use period and make comments on their findings dense stands of pine for pulpwood and to estimate the flower's
    James Jett, chairman of the Clay Coun- residents, tourists, and especially Blan- by July 2. by suppression of naturally-occuring within its geographic range presence,

    ty Commission, feels confident that these ding "alumni", the camp will be playing Rick Ward, of the Bradford County fires that formerly maintained open, where it appears along the edges except of
    plans will materalize, and Col. Kent a major role in providing facilities for office of ITT Rayonier, has recorded the grassy pines.understory vegetation beneath road rights-of-way.

    Patelle, Training! Site Manager of Blan- visitors, as well as home folks, and will sightings of the rare flower in this area Previous observations indicate that
    ding, says that right now there is no opposition also be making a major contribution to and reports observing them alone The Ixia was first recorded by as pine flatwoods are converted to
    to the plan.".He added: "It's going the economy and well-being of Clay and Road-18 east and west of Hampton and William Bartram, an early American dense pine plantations, and as fire sup
    Highway 100 near Meng Road.
    Dairy naturalist on his first trip to Florida In pression has become increasingly
    Bradford Counties.
    to be first class site. The is
    a property He that has
    says the spring of 1766. After Bartram's prevalent and effective, flowering Ixia
    reported sighting the Ixia on its discovery the Ixia was misidentified by plants have become fewer. Botanists
    holdings in Putnam County and also in botanists until 1931 when John K. Small believe it is possible that the shady con
    St. Johns County. Ward says that most of the New York Botanical Gardens ditions of maturing pine plantations are
    Jacksonville Massacre Shows Need people miss seeing the Ixia along found it flowering in the pine flatwoods unfavorable to the Ixia and partly ac-
    I highways because they are not along U.S. 301 about halfway between count for its decline in the past half cen
    .. For Tighter Assault Gun Laws specifically searching for it, and also Starke and Lawtey. tury.

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    people, possibly might be alive murder ln 1971. the time hiS case Letters ) l'd 'pl Ti
    in Jacksonville today if a seemingly mild- wound its way through the tangled court Sgt.: vv a a' :ups .1'" amcu I

    :: mannered man had not been in posses- system, the charge was reduced to DOC 'Officer of the Year'Sgt.
    sion of a semi-automatic rifle and a manslaughter. Even that lesser chargewas Rational TellerAppreciation

    revolver. wiped out later by a plea bargain
    How a man, with a lengthy police when he was placed on probation for five Wanda Phillips who is responsible -
    for serving three meals manager of the Brama Restaurant in
    a day to
    record like James E. Pough, could be years after pleading guilty to aggravated Editor, Telegraph: 1,540 inmates of Union Correctional In- Starke (now Skeeter's) where her

    running around mowing people down assault, and the judge withheld adjudication We often set aside special days to stitution near Raiford has been original Brama-burgers attracted
    with a semi-automatic rifle is a question of guilt. thank you to individuals whose efforts say selected as the Florida Department of customers from a wide area. She is an

    that remains unanswered. It has been Not only that, but Pough is also may seem to be under-appreciated. Corrections "Officer of the Year". active member of the Kingsley Lake
    Baptist Church
    the Bradford County
    reported that the rifle was registered in suspected of several more killings during Throughout the year we recognize In addition to her duties at UCI, the Parent-Teacher Organization -
    teachers secretaries, nurses and other 42-year-old mother of
    Pough's name, indicating that he victimswas three, goes home
    may his bloody weekend. One of these
    professionals for the many contribu- to cook dinner for her
    have it family each night For her award, Phillips will receive
    purchased overthecounter.The standing on a street corner Sunday tions they make and to let them know after the inmates have eaten.Phillips is $1,750 in cash, plus a trip to the
    U.S. has a gory record of mass when a man drove by and fatally shot him how highly' we value their service. also credited with greatly improving American Correctional Assn. Congressin
    j.: murders such as the one Monday in in the chest. Minutes later a 30 year old That s why June 28 is a special day UCIs procedures for receiving and San Diego in August.
    for Florida
    National Bank. On this date
    :::\ Jacksonville. Thirteen have occurred in woman was shot in the head as she walk- we are celebrating "Teller Appreciation -, disbursing maintaining food one of supplies the best and with

    :;; the past six years. 179 people were killed ed with some companions along Myrtle Day"at all First Union and Florida systems in the DOC. inventory

    :I in these incidents, including the five Avenue. Pough was reportedly identifiedas National locations. We're proud of our One of the
    :?. murderers who committed suicide the gunman by witnesses to the two for tellers the,and want to thank them publicly her Job is helping things the she inmates likes best who about work L ftj
    good job they do today and
    \ following their heinous crimes. Sunday murders.It day. every in the kitchen learn to cook-a skill tha'

    sThese' mass murders are always shocking is true that Pough was never tried Tellers are ine unsung heroes of the can released help into them the get outside jobs world.after being Two
    ,r even when they occur in far distant and convicted of the 1971 murder with banking industry and are our front line District U.S. capitals preceded the
    Phillips is the former and of Columbia and
    New York
    r' localities,. but they are felt even more which he was charged. But it is bitter to for delivering the quality customer ser owner Philadelphia. :

    ;: when among the victims are those who think that had he been placed on trial and vice our company promotes.The -

    s.: have friends and relatives locally. Three not plea-bargained away with five yearsof banking industry today has tnt
    i of Monday's victims were formers probation, nine innocent people who technology and capability to provide
    residents or resided in Keystone Heights. met a gangland type death Monday mor- customers:: with sophisticated financial

    :ij::;; Two were women who were employed in ning, might still be alive today. services. The computer has given us
    power", but it is tellers
    "banking our
    : the
    ;is office where the massacre took place, who extend personal, friendly serviceto
    ? and the third was a Keystone resident our customers.We .
    v J who had gone. to the office to transact Leave Bill of Rights invite our customers friends and
    :j!i> business. neighbors to join us today in recognizing -
    Like It Is. our tellers. Greet them with a smile
    n Pough's lengthy police file, starting in and a handshake and help us say thanks t
    r: 1965, included two charges of vagrancy, Editorial for all they do. _
    :::j one attempted robbery, one assault to .Sincerely,
    from Fla. TimesUnionIn Cindy Boatright,President
    ..: murder
    one charge of gambling, one for Florida National Bank
    :.-: displaying weapon in a threatening manner the United States; the few who

    :K one auto theft, one murder, two desecrate the flag dishonor themselvesand '
    r;:; separate incidents of bad debt, and one not the flag. To The Special PeopleOf
    a:;: unemployment compensation fraud. In Bradford County: Kingsley Lake

    ., addition he was the subject of a protection The flag needs no legal protection as We would like to express our love and
    ri; petition filed by his wife and granted long as it retains the respect earned so thanks to you for the sharing of lives,
    tor one laboriously over the years by those the sharing of experiences, and the sus- Parade
    who have fought and I died for what tained growth we've received from you,
    l-i How such a person could be. prowling over the past fourteen years we have
    they felt was right and those who have resided here.
    rr around with a semi-automatic rifle
    put their lives and trust and sacred
    rr: revolver, and multiple rounds of am- Due to my husband's career promotion
    .. munition is a bit difficult to understand honor Into the building of a decent na- we will be leaving the area soon.
    tion, as did the signers of the Declaration We want you to know it has been a
    especially it he had been able to register
    privilege to know each of you through
    f itthe: semi-automatic in his own name. Are Independence.Keep various organizations and activities. rrnli---C

    !:''. the gun control Jaws that- weak and unenforceable the Bill of Rights intact, even if Bradford County was the ideal area

    iv-1 ? that means some will desecrate the flag to rear our family and grow older. As a -...:

    It be of comfort to the and escape the penalty of law. Theflag's teacher I sincerely appreciated being
    f l: can no source able to share the lives of many of our A new tradition has
    families of the eight murder victims to. claim to respect never has been youth. They were each a treasure that been born. the parade will start aL 10
    r know that the man responsible for their based on the coercion.of law but rather left a special gift before leaving my' ,Fourth of- annual a.m. and will proceec
    //t:; tragic loss was on probation after being on its representation of "one nation classroom. Each student was a special Parade July Boat two-abreast clockwise

    rfi: hauled into court and charged with under God,' with liberty and justice./ror Joy.This at :Kingsley t around the lake at slow

    :,: all." Is a very special community, Lake. speed in order to avoid
    ;i., very much like Heaven. We are happyto Last year's initial
    ----- -- ---- have been a part of Bradford County event was so successful troublesome wakes.
    this time in lives. Decorated boats will be
    .:. during special our attracting over'50 en-
    \ saAosbaa goo"' Brenda J.Stroud tries that a decision seen against a
    ..itf .rwii 7', William.A.Stroud was made to repeat it background of docks,
    -! .., "lit. 4. this Fourth also bedecked flags and
    g only
    :.2 e }rap ,.
    &:::: attM ', ". '!. Post Office Her Flowers and beer. All patriotic banners.
    + Brighten
    DayA property owners on
    ;.,;: Participating boats
    A BOB O.FERGUSON-JOHN MILLER' word of appreciation to express will form at 9:30 a.m the lake, who are not
    PublUimPXibUhed :mine and others feeling to our local post Wednesday;July participating in the
    office for the beautiful '
    of blooming
    display -
    parade asked to
    Fourth at the Girl are
    eoeh Thursday and entered on Second dan Manor at plants out front. gather
    the Port Office at Stark.Florida under Act of March 31879. Since I am a regular morning visitor Camp in the southwest on their docks
    Phone 044.4906 for mail it makes. a nice picture. corner of the lake. TheF and add to the spirit of
    Sub Mon Ral*h Trad Araat S1A.00 $9.00 ilx
    P.O.Drowr A Stark .Florida pw Man months for the this occasion.
    : Out,d.Trad Ana: f 17.00 par y.oi: S9.80 sIx month memory day.
    Vernie P.Odom Starke

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    .Events.Parties Announcing.Jessika Christine Jones. son,Jardian Darrell,born May 10, In
    ( ] General
    Michelle Jones announces the Hospital
    "1 ,' Gainesville. He weighed 8 Ibs. 3 oz.
    ':), ?Jt l.l' ( fr1/ birth of her daughter, Jessika
    and 19 inches
    .. was, long.
    ... -'. '1/' ; Christine, born June 4 at the Naval
    Hospital Jacksonville. She weighed Maternal grandparents are Con
    7 Ibs. :2 oz.Maternal. nie Stroblfl and the late James Stroh
    Honor July Bride-Elect grandparents are Her ,of Star e. Maternal great grandmother ;
    j, man Jones and Patricia Jones of iSiMarvelle Wilkerson of

    Mary Anne Miller TillmanMs. Starke.Jardian Darrell Thomas, 'Nas1Wille.Paternal Tenn.grandparents are Carrol

    and Charlene Thomas of Keystone

    Mary Anne Tillman, whose .honored with a lingerie shower Tuesday Sherry and Tim Thomas of Heights and Ola Thomas ofGainesville.
    marriage to Michael Staroes will be June 19. given by Ms. Tammy Alachua. announce the birth of their ., Fvla.PINEHURST: .
    an event of July 7, was honored at a Baldree Mrs. Robbin Barrett, Miss
    lovely luncheon Saturday, June 2. Nancy Wayne, and Miss. Michelle \ :" : :...:.:.:..:..: ':"/ '
    given by Mrs. George Roberts Jr. Sapp at the home of Mrs. Tressie -' tit. ': ,{ ?t/. ,'.
    and Mrs. S.G. Denmark 'at the Harley. ..EO'R"'II"/I\f .f.C' .RDY?' ;
    Kingsley Lake home of the latter. Upon her arrival, the honoree was '.:;. '4t i.:. 1w!:':":"' .:. :: ::'::!,:.'.

    Arrangements of spring flowers presented with a corsage of white I Ar YE'; : .i\\.il. i'W .0 14'0' .: \
    : : : ,
    were placed at vantage points of interest carnations and pink rosebuds. i -1It:
    In the and Guests and then 1 ., :' : ,+.
    party rooms enjoyed visiting !JSIfSJStSfSt. ;StSl," : :l.iYfjjl: :
    centered the dining tables. Markingthe were invited into the dining room '; SJSttf'S(?Sl':', 11'': .,t1lSJ. .::.'
    ": '
    seating arrangement of the 16 where the refreshment table was "H' "B-l-/t'Iti.fa'
    : a if
    4 Iii :.
    guests were placecards: adorned covered with an Ivory cutwork cloth .8RII'; "':.'
    with flowers. and centered with "
    dainty an arrangement
    The hostesses presented the of silk flowers in the bride's chosen .,ap ;* :ii,1 : > l."f I:{'yJtl':%':%'fIW.fll: ..':%{' i'.>.>{
    honoree with a rosebud anda colors. '.. .: .JSir'r ... ; :
    corsage 11 'AI'i; ; : u."Is......
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    gift of pottery as a memento of the After refreshments, Ms. Tillman l : 1 "5 ".

    occasion. opened blue her gifts which included with a { I! I + ,, ,.l/1t117S7S7SStSltfSft...,tSf.}.,.\StStSf'.},..'.",5f,7S-fttSJt...;..'},;..,.,...,...1.,..t"',I..9.". .a J.'Wood. :. :. .J'':'
    Among the guests were the royal nightgown accented
    honoree's mother Mrs. John M. seed pearls and a heart-shaped tin
    Miller; her grandmother, Mrs.S.M. filled with toiletries given to her by
    Miller; and aunts Mrs. Bob the hostesses as a memento of the I
    Ferguson and Mrs. L.W. Rosier, Jr. occasion.
    of Lake City.Mary Assisting in serving the guests was i
    Miss Nicole Harley.
    Anne Tillman Among the 25 guests were the
    Honored at ShowerM honoree mother, Mrs. John M.
    Miller, and out-of-town guests Ms.
    Mary Anne Tillman was Libby Smith of Jacksonville and t,
    Miss Dana Menu of St. Petersburg. 5$1

    Events. 96 .5 VARIETY"mI "

    Upcoming ....; ; "_'J 1
    Sp FEl
    Mr.&Mrs.Keith Thompson I rrTrNEW

    Janet Montgomery Lisa J. Mitchell, iabn
    Tim Hughes David Williams, Jr. Deborah (Angel) Nichols N

    To Wed June 23 To Wed SaturdayThis Keith E. ThompsonWed HOME
    Saturday June 23, Lisa
    Montgomery of Starke and
    Tim Hughes of Green Cove Springs Jeanine Mitchell and Earl David SURGES AHEAD .,,
    cordially invite all friends and Williams Jr. will exchange the First mar in June 9 CeremonyAngel WITH 21ST CENTURY \
    at 7 at
    relatives to join them In their wed- riage vows p.m.
    ding to be held June at Christian Church, 507 W. Call Street SEWING AND
    ceremony Starke. .' ( ) Deborah Nichols, The bride's table was centered ->
    3pm. and relatives are invited and Debbie Ruisof with a double tier white cake with VALUES .
    The wedding will take place at the All friends daughter of Buddy GREAT
    blue and white Also
    roses swans. agroom's
    First East to atteud.Starling Starke, and Keith E. Thompson ?hpNir I
    Presbyterian Church 921
    son of Lenore Cronin of Starke,were cake made of chocolate mwlto.,3 Of 4 ttfwd srger,
    Street in Starke.
    1 with chocolate icing was served. CIIII".Ifi.1 1yta s
    June 9 at
    married Saturday p.m.in
    Janet is the daughter of Mr. and Celebrate40th
    and Ed
    Church In Starke. Polly Conway Conway ZDCXJJ4 "nrwExtra
    Airpark Baptist .
    Mrs. David Montgomery of Starke. Wedding Anniv.Dick the greeted guests at the reception door. Electronically control edl
    Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. LeRoy Olive performed Assisting in recording the o stlllQllllUmll ..
    Hubert Hughes of Green .Cove Spr- and Betty Starling of Lawtey ceremony.The decorated with ceremony on video tape were Ann .Color coM.lllreatilngl
    ings. will celebrate their 40th wedding an- church was Nettles and friend, Bonnie. o Instant tension rstoaialI
    niversary Friday June 29, at 7:30 blue carpeting to match blue cur- Following a wedding trip out of I o ..tt built-superior performance '
    'J of the Lord hangingon
    Free Gospel Concert p.m. '.<&. tains.the A cross picture and white lillies made town, the couple will reside in CWTM In today and discover I""sew' NEW H 0.E
    Set for June 23, 30 The ceremony will take of place at, for a beautiful setting Starke where the bride is a senior in -'d 1II..lngl AUTHORIZED DEALER
    Church Lawtey
    the First Baptist high school at BHS next year.
    .. Raiford Community Center cordially with a reception following in the The groom graduated in 1990 from We Do Alteration:
    invites everyone to a Free fellowship hall. Sister Myrtice Conway suppliedthe Bradford High School and will be attending Come in and get your change for the laundromat and your
    Gospel Concert Saturday June 23 All friends and relatives are cordially nuptial music. Santa Fe Community Col- L last minute items: Bread,milk and cold drinks.
    and Saturday, June 30, beginning at invited to attend and help the Sal ludice served as best man; lege. He is currently the assistant
    Sherry Scott served the bride as 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
    7 p.m. each Saturday evening. family celebrate this special occa- manager at China Restaurant and Hwy.
    Everyone is cordially invited to at- sion. maid of honor bride is
    ToRena Motel in Starke. The )J
    Given in marriage by her brother, Lake Butler w. -
    tend.Mass Andy Nichols, the bride was resplendent currently employed by _
    Choir 'Summer Fest' Set in a while wedding gown with Apgarel.
    white lace and a long train She car
    Receives InvitationsThe For June 30 ried an assortment of four shades of

    Bradford County-JhlassJChoix _.." God, blue flowers..cQyered. In. *>!?by's
    has received several Invitations for will.I"trst""Assemblr.of be having a'Summer? Festival'Starker breath. Her headpiece was or while
    the next couple of months. lace.
    will begin at
    June30. Tile festival '
    'They are'still trying 'to confine- \ .on 9 a.m. and go until 5 p.m. Plans are Crystal Masters served as flower
    their efforts to maintain this choir if for a full day of activities for girl. Approximately 75 friends and OFFICE. nI
    possible. A meeting and rehearsalwill in the family. family members attended.A r- a
    be held Saturday,June 23,at Mt. everyone The following activities are planned reception was held at Airpark SHOP
    Calvary Baptist Church at 7 p.m. : flea market, games for children Church following the wedding. 13o W.Call Bt.Btaxke .
    Please come out with prayer and baked goods, hotdogs, puppet show, Streamers in colors of blue and pink ?
    praises for a spirited and much and many other things. Join and en- with while lillies and wedding bells 964.5764 -
    needed rehearsal. joy the fun Saturday, June 30. were the decorations for the recep-
    Contact Mrs. Berry or Mrs. tion.
    Thomas for more information.

    Given .: : .: .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::: :::::. .:.:
    Reception . .
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    For reception Jeannie to meet BakerA Bradford IF i : : :: ::: :: 3 b::!: ::3::

    Hospital's new adminstrator, Jean- .. 4 :Sappy ixh4aybaby : /
    nie Baker and her husband, John : ...
    was held Friday night June 15, at . . . ...., . . .
    the home of Ada and Drew Reddishin : -.:-. :.- :-.:-.:-.:-" :-:-:.> .:-: .:-.:-.: ..:-.:.-:-.:..

    Green Acres. 4I . .' .' .......
    . .
    LoveUU: : . .
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    Hosts and hostesses were Jeannie . . OO
    and Bobby Biggs Anna and Pete '. .. .... ... . . ... .'.'.' .'.'.
    Felos, Linda Johns Rose and Nealy :.:-:-:-:.:-:. :-:-:.:.:-:.:-:-:.:-:.: -:-:.;.:.
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    McConnell Betty and Warren 'n .
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    Perry, Ada and Drew Reddish Bet- ... ............................... ..... . o ea,,,
    ty and Joe Warren and Lucy and t h
    Olin White. The hostesses were \
    members of the Bradford Hospital

    Auxiliary.Mrs. cItWL.
    Linda Johns greeted the CLAY
    guests and introduced them to the
    Bakers. ..-" ._ --
    Mrs. Lucy White and Mrs. Rose r RENT
    McConnell Invited the guests to the -- -=
    dining room where a delicious AT STARKE, FLORIDAis A FAX t
    assortment of foods were served.
    Mrs. Betty Perry and Mrs. Betty
    Warren then invited them to the .pleased to announce ,
    back porch for punch. The cabanaby the addition of 45/MO.
    the pool was also used for ,

    refreshements.The '
    beautiful flower arrangements '" :
    used throughout the Let' Us ,

    party rooms corsage and boutonniere -
    given to the honorees,were arranged Demonstrate.Your .
    by Jeannie Biggs. SportsGh&nnel"HOME :
    Assisting the hostesses were Ada A FAX .In
    Allen, Midge Frick president of the
    Auxiliary and Nancy Norman the : I Office.
    administrator's secretary. '
    Pouring punch were Mrs. H.H.
    15.0OO CopyWarranty
    Adams Mrs. Ed Bennett and Mrs. Murata 1200

    Pete Felos. '. OF YOUR HOME TEAMS"ON
    Charles McDearis entertained the For $1899

    guests throughout with beautiful the evening.piano selections JULY 1, 1990 CHANNEL 32 or Rent Sanie$799

    Out of town guests attending Included -- For $103Per

    Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. COLLEGE SPORTS Mo.
    and Mrs. J.T. Brinson and sisters
    Rose Mary Halre and Linda. FLORIDA GATORS I
    O'Brlan all from Madison. .
    Ita DC-1203

    Did you know.... UNIVERSITY OF SO. FLORIDA .r )

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    "'1- ionJnd H. Lajoie has earned the SE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Suggested .- ,',

    'c., J bachelor of theology degree from FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS Price $2100 "
    Florida Baptist Theological Collegein .
    1 GracevUto, Florida.'Donald is a *'NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE-) ON SALE ;;; \ )
    . .
    of Starke.
    ; native Graduation was held Friday May NASCAR AUTO RACING > .FOR .

    18, 1990 at First Baptist Church In '* PRO BOXING

    .I Dothan. Ala. College = Or Rent for $05.00 $.1699 .
    Florida Baptist Theological THOROUGHBRED RACING ..
    : teen agency of the Florida Baptist per month + 3.5 copy .
    I a; Convention and.Is accredited the and much, much moreSTARKE p
    the Commission on Colleges of
    I Southern Association: of Colleges and 964-6308
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    Pace IA TELEGRAPH Jonp 21. 1900
    Doled this 13th day of Jun.. A.D.
    Darga,Christopher Schmidt,Joshua

    Hampton Hilites. Hodges.Grade lluytTKmd Rhoden Legal Notice ................................ 1990 In Bradford County.6/21 4lpd' 7,12

    New Arrival Grade 3: Nena Contois, Detria Jenette Gatlin, Tyler Caldwell, Kel- S
    Ford, Jason Lovell, Marcus Affront ly Bowen, Chasity Jones, Wayne INTENTION
    Brown Peter Jesser Grade 4: Clay Archey, Vicki Hut- Woods Karris Lee.Grade Weddings Portraits NOTICE REGISTER Church of God of Prophecy,Inc
    Pete and Monica Jesser of Valley to, Amanda Rowland. 3: Nikkl Baker, Danile FICTITIOUS/ NAME 2138 N.
    Falls, N.Y. announce the birth of Davis, Alisha Joey Rowe, Temple
    Grade 5: Hope Archey. Hayes Purport to Section 865.09, Florida 29th
    their son, Brown Peter jesser, born Earning A's and B's for the entire Erik Scoggins, Melody Barr. notle it h.f.by glvw that the Is starting May daytime
    on May 31,Weighing 8 Ibs 4 oz. school year were: Grade 4: Robert Broome, Alicia i"c '- ;.s&t Statute IInd.r.lg...... Wayne Frtar, Rt. 8 Box Services on Tues.,&Thurs.at .
    Paternal grandparents are Mr. Grade I: Cory Campbell, Renee Crosley, Hannah Ford, Peter Knipp, / 1089. L/v. Oak. fi,32060. tola owns, 12.00: am.
    and Mrs. Bob Jesser of New Ford, Paul Jones Brian McClellan, Amanda Meng, Matthew Mullis, doing business under the firm name of welcome.:
    Rochelle, N.J.Maternal Christina Meng, Chad Rhoden.. Danny Wiggins, Rachel Cantu. f 4Yar uk: WAYNE FRIER'S HOME CENTER, Rt.3 Box Everyone
    grandparents are Mr. Grade 2: Matilda Rhoden, Juston Grade 5: Jason McCullough. 199... Hwy 301 North, Stark., Florida Pastor W.T. Laney
    and Mrs. Lamar Brown of Jackson- Hart, Brian Lott Paul Turner, Grade 6: Jenny Johnson, Angela Phono 964-8877 32091 Intends to raglrtw .ald fictitious 964-7712
    ville. Maternal great grandparentsare Brand! Gatlin. Chris Business Phone 964-2184
    Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown of Jeremy Gates. Meng April Scoggjns. __ name und.r th. crformnM statute

    Hampton. Maternal gnat great
    grandmother Is Mrs Florae Relit
    Brown of Hampton SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUR FBI.ZZ. SAT.
    Condolence.. 1s9 20 21 23
    Sympathy is extended to the family 24
    and friends of Edwin Luther Horn. 9 L I i L- I .
    sby, who died June 14. Prices good

    June 1, Karen Birthdays.Waldron; 2, Chad Smith 5 Monday, June 18 thrutSunday, June 24, 1990.
    Samantha Truman; 3, Hershel
    Waldron; 4,Jason Flanagan; 5,Alex CHUCK
    Kirchame, Bernardo Baez, Jimmy
    Coleman; 7, Karilyn Hawkins; 11. $48
    Randall Smith; 12, Roger Under- Mlsi s USDA Choice Beef
    wood; 14. Jamie McClellan, JoshuaCampbeli
    Gregory Swan, Joshua
    Ross, 15, Kimberly Wilson, Greg
    Swan; 16, Emily Genest, Ian .. Sliced FREE ((20-25 Lb. Avg. )
    Marney; 17, Stephanie Acree; 18,
    Tonya Brown; 19, Frank Koser; 20.
    Regina Padgett; 21, Cindy Bartlett,
    22, Brenda Curtis; 23,Brandi!Gatlin, I WHOLE BOTTOM
    Amanda Glenn, Detria Ford; 24,
    Christina Carmichael; 27 Missy
    Brown, Jeffrey Starling, 28, David
    Stone; 29, Renee LaBuen. _
    Hampton Elem. School Lb.
    News.... ROUNDS
    Honor Students
    During the awards program at the
    school on May 31, the following -- I*fj
    students received certificates for
    earning all A's during the 1989-90 I/ U3DA'Lb. a
    school year: h01ce
    Kindergarten: Brian Saxon, Beef
    Renea Hutto, Eric Carroll, Jennifer r
    Frees, Bryan Meng, Stephanie T ,,
    Acree, Crystal Ramsey, Jamie Mc
    Clellan, Kary Lynn Hawkins.
    Grade 1: Charlene Clifton, Emily'
    Genest, Rachel Smith. A1I
    Grade 2: Brad Muse. Grade 2-3

    .Mandy.. .., -Heine... .......- ...

    Class of 1970

    Seeking ClassmatesThe

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    classmates,please call Jan or Maxie
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    DUVAl COUNTY FLORIDA Township 6 South Range 22 East, and Limon Creditors........., or Other
    Legal Notices 1 CASE NO. BB-10495-CA, Dlv. CV-K .. It known that I, Jim Smith run East 1043.5 feet to Westerly line of claimants dolmlng by. through, under
    ITT COMMERCIAL FINANCE Secretary of Stale of the State of Florida S.R. No. 16, thence run In Southeasterly or against ALBERT .. YOUNG JR.. whoIs
    CORPORATION, a corporation do hereby give notice that a GENERAL direction along said W..a, line of not known to be dead or alive; BAILEY
    Plaintiff ELECTION will be held In Bradford County S.R. No. 16.330..it for Point of Beginning ADVERTISING' fUW I. SANDERS and
    -.- -- : vs. ', State of Florida on the first Tuesday thence continue In a Southeasterly SANDRA P. SANDERS .... wife: and
    UNITED STATES DiSTRICT COURT THE TRUMBLE COMPANY after the first Monday In November. direction along said Westerly line of S.R. ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG.. CO..
    MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA NOTICE a corporation .t al A.D., 1990 the sold Tuesday being the No. 16 185 feet, thence W..t 264 feet, D bndanM.SECOND
    JACKSONVILLE DIVISION to those Defendants SIXTH day of NOVEMBER, to fill or retain thence In a Northwesterly direction AMENDED
    CASE NO.:90-34B-C1V..M6: conc.rn.d and affected that FL NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE the following offices: parallel with S.R. No. 16 183 feet NOTICE OF SALE
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Aquastors and Utility Can.truct'Inc.. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that I, Kenneth Representative In Congress for the thence East 264 feel to Point of Beginning Notice to .hereby given that pursuant
    Plaintiff Is performing Project) No. DC-eTttMOII. Emerldge, Sheriff of Bradford 2nd Congressional Districts( ). and lying In SE 1of NW 1lie. to en order or' a final judgement of
    VI. Ground'Storage Tank Lawtej Correctional County Florida und.r and by virtue of a Governor and Lieutenant Governor tion 17, Township 6 South.Range 22 East foreclosure .entered In Ine abovementioned .
    RANDALL E. YON; LINDA J. YON: Institution Bradford County! FL. Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out Secretary of State and all West of S.R. No. 16. action.will sell 1 the property'
    and CYNTHIA E. YON n/k/a CYNTHIA of the abov.-.ntltlsd Court. In the Attorney General at public sale, to the highest bidder situated In Bradford County. Florida
    ELAINE WARFEL. above-styled cause have levied upon State Comptroller for cash In the lobby of the Bradford described. ass
    Defendants. NOTICE the following property situate, lying State Treasurer County Courthouse. In Stark. Florida Parcel One: Lot 3 of loch 1 ef
    ORDER OF SERVICE NOTICE IS HEREBY MADE to all those and being In Bradford County Florida, Commissioner of Education at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of July. Highway Addition to Stake AND Lot 1 of
    BY PUBLICATION concerned and affected that to-wll: Commissioner of Agriculture 1990. Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East 146
    This caute cam to be heard uponPlaintiff's UTILITY SERVICE OF GAINESVILLE A parcel of land situated In the South Retention of Two Justices of the Witness my hand and official seal this feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41
    Motion for Order of Service by 1360 NW 53rd Avenue One Half of the Northeast On. Quarterof Florida Supreme Court: leander J. Shaw 13th day of Jun., 1990. feet; and Lot between Blocks I end E.
    Publication and It appearing that this Gainesville FL 32604 Section 13, Township 8 South Range and Raymond Ehrlich !HAY NORMAN EXCEPT 84 feet; and lot 2 of Block E. EXCEPT
    action hat been brought for the enforcement ((904))377-1511 22 East Bradford County Florida: sold Retention of District Court of Appeals Clerk of the Circuit Court 146 feet, and North 2 feel of Lot 3.
    of a lien against real property Is performing STATE PROJECT NO. parcel being more particularly Judg., 1st DCA 4 Judges By: Carol Williams Mock E. EXCEPT East 146 feet as plot of
    situated In Bradford County within the DC-8702801 ?, DUMPING AND described. as follows: Circuit Court Judgei( ). 8th Circuit Deputy Clerk N.J. Jones Addition la the Town of
    Mlddl. Dlttrlct of Florida and deicrlbed TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. CORRECTION Commence at a concrete monument at Groups) 4,8 and 9. 6/21 2tchg 6/28;Cont.No.503 $ta......
    follow 'OF WATER SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES. the Northeast corner of Smokerlse, a Parcel Two Situated
    at : County Court Judges), Groups( ) 1 at 321 Clark
    Lot 6. Block D, Dalewood Subdivision, LAWTEY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION. subdivision as recorded In Plat Book 3, State Attorney: 8th Circuit '0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Street, II........ Florida and described' as
    al p.r plat thereof recorded In Plat Book BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.All page 33 of the public records of Bradford' Public Defender: none JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR follows: Th. lots, parcels and pieces of
    3. Page, Section 21, Township 6 South, Parties furnishing labor materials County Florida and run S 8844 37" W, Stale Senators). Districts) none BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA land situated In the County of Bradford
    Range 22 East Bradford County Florida. and/or equipment to said protect\ are to along the Northerly line of sold Members) of the House of Representatives CASE NO: 89-587-CA Stats of Florida.known and described as
    and It furth.r appearing that Defenddants provide notice of such In writing by certified Smokerlse 342.98 feet to the Westerly Districts) 13 and 21 COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE follows: te-wlt: East 84 fet of Lot I.
    Randall E.Yon Linda J. Yon and mall to the Division of Building right of way IIn. of a 66 foot road, Board of County. Commissioners, Plaintiff Block E es per map or'plot of N.J. Jon,.'
    Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elolne Construction, Department of General thence run S 614031" W, along said Districts( ) 2 andM.mb.r. 4 Addition es recorded In Deed Book N el
    Worf el cannot b.served within the State Services, 2737 Centervlew Drive Knight Westerly right of way IIn.1676.191tto of the School Board vs.GENE B. VANZANT. NOtMA! J. VAN- Page 379 of the current public' records of
    Building. Suite 300. Tallaha._. Florida the Northerly right of way line of a 66 Bradford Florida. .
    of Florida; that II Is not practicable: to Districts) I, 2 and 5 ZANT County. ALSO beginning
    serve th.m personally for the 32399-0950 within twenty ((20) calendar foot county road, thence run NorthSrOlMI" Bradford Soil and Watsr Conservation BERYL E. BLEWETT. BOB WRIGHT HOUSING at NE corner. of said Lot 1 Block E and
    whereabouts or residence of said Defendants days of first providing such labor W along said Northerly right District Groups I, 2. 3, 4 and 3. run Northerly and parallel with dark
    are unknown and Defendants Randall materials and/or equipment. of way IIn. 549.61 feet; thence run Northwesterly JIM SMITH CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE Street 32.3 feel more or less to South
    E. Yon Linda J. Yon and Cynthia E. 6/14 3lcha 6/28 along sold Northerly right of Sscretary of Stale INC. side. of Block. B of N.J. Jon..' Addition
    Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Warfel have Control No. 500 way IIn. with a curve concave Northeasterly 6/21 2tchg 6/38; Cant No. 494 and CITY OF STARKE thence run Westerly along South side of
    not voluntarily appeared herein' It Is- sold curve having a c.ntral Defendants. said Block B. a distance of 84 lost
    therefore ; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGON angle of 025'19", a radius of ..95.78 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH NOTICE OF SALE thence run Southerly parallel with dork
    ORDERED as follows: PROPOSED BRADFORD COUNTY feel an arc length of 62.56 feet, and a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT M AND FOR Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Street a distance of 32.S feet more or
    1. Defendant Randall E. Yon Linda J. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT chord bearing and distance of N BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA to an order or a final (judgement of less to North edge of said Lot 1 of Mock
    Yon and Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia ORDINANCE NO.9O-2 54.9'02" W. 62.56 feet to the Westerly CASE NO: 89581CA foreclosure entered In the abovementioned E. thence run Easterly along the North
    Elaine Worfel shall appear In this cause NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the right of way IIn. of a county road and COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE action I will sell the propertysituat.d side of sold Lot 1 of Block S .distance
    and plead to the complaint filed herein' 11th day of July 1990. at 7:00: p.m.. the the point of beginning: thence run Northwesterly Plaintiff In Bradford County', Florida 84 feet to point beginning.. eH being In
    on or before Jun. 25 1990, or In default Bradford County Board of County Commissioners along said Northerly right of v. deicrlbed as: SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section 28 Township 6
    thereof; the Court shall proceed to In special session to be h.ld way line with a curve concave Northeasterly JAMES E. TUCKER and THE PERRY C. COMMENCING at the NE corner of SW South Range 22 East.
    (lodgement In this cause to the extent at the board meeting room at the Bradford laid curve having a central MCGRIFF COMPANY INC.. 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 South Parcel Three: All of Lot Six end the
    provided for by Section 1453 Title 28, County Courthouse. 510......Florida. angle of 0728'IS", a radius of 849578 Defendants. Rang. 22 East and run South 400.2 feet South 50 feet of Lot Seven el Mock. One.
    United States Code, as If said Defen will hold a public hearing on the proposed feet, an arc length of 366.37 feet and a NOTICE OF SALE for POB thence continue South 228.8 of HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of
    dants had been served with enactment of Bradford County Ordinance chard bearing and distance of N Notice is hereby given that pursuant feet thence West 1166 fe.t to East ROW Starke, according to the plat thereof
    within!' the State of Florida. process 90-2. being an EMERGENCY 5372'16" W, 366.35 f..t to the West line to an order or a final )judgement of IIn. of State Highway No. 100, thence In recorded In the office of the Clerk of the
    i, 2. This order be published i ItTT MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) Ordinance of the NE 1/4; thence run N 00" 19'08" W, foreclosure entered In the abovementioned a NWly direction along said ROW of said Circuit Court of Bradford County'
    newspaper of general circulation which would establish a county wide" along said West IIn. of the NE 1/4 a action, I will tell the property State Highway No 100, 193 feet thence Florida. In Plat Book No. 2, page 16.
    Bradford County Florida, not less than In special assessment In the amount of distance of 20.19 feet to the Southwest situated In Bradford County, Florida East 193 feel to POB. all of sold land lying at public sale, to the highest bidder
    once each week for six $35.00 for a one year period forth,purpose corner of the J. Tennis Lot as described described{ as: In SE corner of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of for cash In the lobby of the Bradford
    weeks prior to the consecutive date of EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESEMS In O.R. Book 16, page 135 of the public The South 4 acres of the W 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 said Section. County Courthouse In Ita...., Florida
    herelnabove designated.' return ( ). records of Bradford County Florida, NW 1/4 of SE 1/4. In Section 16 Township and Range. at 11:00 a.m., on the 23rd day of August
    Th. Ordinance will repeal Bradford thence run N 89'54'26" E, along the sale the bidder
    DONE AND ORDERED at Township 6 South Range 22 East. EX. at public to highest 1990.WITNESS
    Jacksonville. County Ordinance No. which South line of sold Tonnls Lot 208.72 feet hand and official seal this
    Florida this 1st day of May 1990. 'JO.1. pro CEPT any part thereof lying within public for cash In the lobby of the Bradford my
    UNITED STATES vided for a special assessment for toe concrete monument; th.nc. run N rood ROW. County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida 13th day of Ju.... 1990.
    MAGISTRATE, .m.rg.ncy medical services In the am'06" W. along the East line of sold at public sale, to the highest bidderfor at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of July RAY NORMAN I
    .Harvey : Schleslnger amount of $35.00 per year. Tannls Lot, 157.57 feet to a concrete cash In the lobby of the Bradford 1990. Clerk. of the Circuit Court
    5/17 otchg 6/48; Cont. No. 47V Th. substance of the proposed ordinance monument on the South line of County Courthouse, In Star...., Florida Witness my hand and official seal this By: Coral Williams i
    NOTICE UNDER Is an ordinance establishing Roosevelt Street os shown on "Th. at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of July 13th day of June, 1990. Deputy Clerk. .
    FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE countywide special assessment for 'the Hav.n" as p.r plat thereof r.cord.d In 1990. RAY NORMAN Fred H. Kent III
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the purpote of emergency medical services; Plat Book 2, page 25 of the public Witness my hand and official seal this Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida Bar No. 327042
    undersigned Intends to register with the providing definitions; Imposing special records of Bradford County Florida, 13th day of Jun., 1990. By: Carol Williams Kant Ridge B. Crawford
    Clerk of Bradford Florida assessment establishing beginning date thence run N 88'34'26" E, along th. RAY NORMAN, Deputy Clerk. 225 Water Strait Suite 900
    to Section 865.09 County Florida Statutes pursuant for said special assessment; defining Improved South line of said Roosevelt Street, Clerk of the Circuit Court 6/21 2lchg 6/28:Cont. No. 504 Jacksonville, Florida 32202
    the'fictitious of WINDSOR, parcels to b. assessed; 165.75 feet to the Westerly right of way ByCarol: Williams, ((904)) 358-1000
    name establishing special assessment rates: line of a county rood, thence run S Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Attorney for Plaintiff 6/213tchg 6/28
    MANOR, und.r which the undersigned Is
    engaged In business. Th. providing for'Hen and enforcement of 11'12'IS" W. along said Westerly right of 6/21 2tchg 6/28 Conl. No. 502 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Control No. SOS
    present principal special assessment; establishing an effective way line 408.61 feet to the point of BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA
    place of business Is located at 602Ea.t
    Laura Starke Florida 32091.
    Th.r. Street All Interested parties or. Invited lo os the property of the obov.-namd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'IN AND FOR FNB PROPERTIES. INC., a Florida
    are no persons Jote/uJedJa laid. present their comments at the time and Defendants, and that on the 23rd day of BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA corporation,
    business oth.r than the undersigned' and place set forth abov. July. 1990, Monday at two-o'clock on CASE NO: 90-27-CA Plaintiff,
    the Interest of each of the undersigned Persons are advised, that if they said day on the premises of the Bradford COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE
    In said business Is as stated below. decide to appeal any decision mad. at County Sheriff's Office{ I will offer lor Plaintiff, vs.ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.; Th. Unknown Com worship With U*
    Percentage of lnterest-100 percent. this hearing, th.y will need a record ofJtthetpressedlhgs sale and sell to the highest bidder for
    .'.._ ... H ,SIGNATURED.u >"end las,such purpose, ca.h. In hand,the obov.-d.scrib.d property vs.WAYNE L. ALLDREDGE. and. CITY -STAiUCE: BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
    I 0 BRADFORD INVESTMENTS INC. fctherjnay need to ensure that verbatim as the property of the sold Defendants OF STARKE Comer Pratt and Christian .1
    By: Jam. E. Hall record of the proceedings Is mad., to satisfy said Execution. Sale will! Defendants. CHURCH OF GOD
    I Its President which record includes the testimony and b. subject( to any existing Hens. NOTICE OF SALE 422 N.At.Cleir- e44U Sun. School 9:45 am
    I 5/31 41pd 6/21; Cont. No, 492. evidence upon which the appeal to be KENNETH ETHERIDGE SHERIFF OF r Notice is hereby given that pursuantto Pastor DavId Ptaatxmt Sun. Morning Worshipll:00 am
    based BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Sun. Evening Service 7:00
    I an ord.r or a final judgement of pm
    DATE: this 21st day of Jun. 1990. 6/21 4tchg 7/12, Cont. No. 508 foreclosure entered In the abovementioned WotnvttoyoutowoaNpwtfrnjfAttended Wed. Night Service 7:00 pm
    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. will tell the Finery
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    Classified BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA situated in Bradford County Florida, Sunday sdml Meal Pastor Ronald Hannah
    RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF COURT Morning WuraMp Hem Asst. Pastor LeshukEyeglass
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    12th annual Youth, Suflbiill till both fields when the traveling villa will play l,c'tuon Heights HJIU-
    Association\ Invitational Klimpilchoftlnill loams arrive, says Coach JerryMcliriff. / list tlf 1'ahslka. '1'..,,'
    tournament for men K ; .Whlllll'I: church and buys 18 mid uiiitcrjuniorOlympic tournament climiiiiilioii liiiiriuinioiil" each hour
    ( ) learns i is*ol Friday Other teams entering (he limriiainenl and! ti luiir wild the championship|
    and Sal urdiiv. June :"--?:!, III i Ktl: are last >'t'III"1I' cliamiw. Artinf.lon KIIIIIC NfltcdiiK'd for 7:30: p.m. on r1 ''S ; IhR, 5
    wards Kimd Complex end WenlsuteI'iirk. Assembly of Cod; of Jackmiitville. Field NII,2 A mvoixl play-offgame
    if 'nc.cssaI')'. in SlarkiTlio -. lasl cur's runner-up. First if net-essnry in CIIKO I he und'f'uIl.'dIt'lIlII
    limitKiment in tuitu-liiiucti l"v Itaplisl 1'iil.ilka., Calvary Raids( losot In UK first play-off game \
    the Florida Amateur SofltatllAtwiHUil I of ralalkii. Ix'imin llciglils liiiplisl is c"I| for 1) .).11I. oil Field No.2.
    ion. All proveed will IH iistil of I'ulalkllI't'lI llll Uaplisl elf Sixviitl features, in mmjunrliini .M
    in conjunct) inn with Youth SoflUillAsmH'iatiun Gainesville; and New Oak (;I'II't'If wild IJH' Iniirminionl,t'uuch McGrilf
    ncliviticx.The 1 High Springs. sans, arc Siilurdiiy dinners, a yard w'.m,? ?iJ
    night First Haplisl of I'.ilalka will pia, sale n homo run derby will a pit-
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    Field No.2:! tit the .Edward' Hlllld Covenant Haplisl will play Calvary "( 1111I,' on out, hl'llIg| the family
    Complex between l\vc local learns Baptist of Palalka on Field No.2: ill II tind enjoy nil Iho fun and all (he Kevin Wise Goes For The Catch...
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    With an Kl-l record the First, Bap- played al Ihe'Edward's Road Com Vaughan and Ilerres. were S. Cambell and T. Wise. Going Leading First Baptist going 6-for-8 pouglas./ :
    list Church, of Lawtey lead the plex. C. Burfiin went 2-for-2 for the 2-for-4 were K. Wise, D. McNeill, was Tommy Wise. Going:3-for-3 was Going 2-for-3 for Air Park was Kirby -
    Men's Cliurvh League sponsored by Tlun-s.. June 21. Air Park vs. Church of God. Gel I ing one hit were and B. Gaul! L. Norman. Going 3-for-6 were L. Jo Hildebran. Getting one hit
    the Starkc Recreation Department. ('.O.i. and First of Law.vs. Firs' ) Bennett and Walstni. Going 2-for-3 for the Church of God Turbyfield and K. Dyal. Going were Lonnie Olive Jr., Lloyd Gilpin,
    FB bent the Church of God 18-8 Melh. al 7:30: p.m. Presbyleriiin VII.Sial'll were D. Schmill! and A. Matthews.C. 3-for-7 at the plate were C. and Jason Olive.
    and First Presbyterian 25.11 this al 8:45: p.m. F.Mclli.-Slars! (I.. Burgin and D. Allen went 2-for-4 Crawford, S. Cambell and D. Wise.
    past week. Mon., June 25, F.B. of Lawley vs. First Methodist oulhit the Stars al the plate. Going 3-for-8 was D. Norman. Stars 12 C.O.G. 1
    Tt'lIlI1I'lIdinl%": Stars al 7:30: p.m. 13-10 and won Thursday,June 14. Leading First Presbyterian going The Stars outhit the Church of God
    .. Safiat.. .. .. . .. .10-1 Tues.. June 26, C.O.G. vs. Isl Going 3-for-2 for First Methodistwere 5-for-3 at the plate was Fitzpatrick 20-8 and won 12-1 Tuesday, June 19.
    Air Park. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7.4 Methodist at 7:30p.m.: Presbyterianvs. Johnson K. Polk, Heavner, Gelling two hits were B. Patterson, Leading the Stars going 4-for-4
    St.,. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7-5 Air Park and F.B. of Lawley vs. and E. Douglas. Going 2-for-2 was J. FB of Law. 25 F.Pres 11 Dyal, Vaughn, Anderson,Thrift,and were Craig Wise with a homerun and
    Pint r.-byt.rtas..7'S U.C.I. at 8:45: p.m. Polk. The First Baptist Church of Veronac. Vince Robinson with a triple. Going3for4
    First M.tho Church of God. . .. .. .. .. .. I." F.Prcs. 22 C.O.G. 0 was Pilcher. Going 2-for-3 was 31-18 and won 25-11 Tuesday, June two hits were Jeff Carver and Tom-
    First Presbyterian oulhil the Bowen. 19, in a 14-inning game. F.Meth. 12 A.Park 1 my Balkcom.
    Church of God 26-4 and won 22-0 The two teams went scoreless for First Methodist outhit Air Park 17- Gelling one hit for the Church of
    Upcoming... Thursday, June 14. FB.Lawtey 18 C.O.G. 8 seven innings. 11-11. In the 14th First 5 and won 12-1 Tuesday, June 19. God were Lloyd Allen, Doug Bennett -
    The Church League and Men' Leading First Presbyterian going First Baptist of Lawtey outhit the Baptist exploded for 14 runs., game Leading 3-for-4 was Billy Heavner. ',Aaron Matthew Dwayne Allen,
    League play games with each other 4-for-4 were T. Lewis Fitzpatrick Church of God 17.10 and won 18-8 was lied for the final seven innings. Going 2-for-3 at the plate were Jeff Greg Harmon, Billy, Harrison,
    because there aren't enough learns\ and Thrift Going 3-for-3 was Der.. Monday June 18. Tommy Wise tripled deep into right Johnson, Don Roberts, and Colby Dewey Schmill, and Clayton Watson -
    in either league. AH game are bow Getting Iwo hits were PPII" Leading First Baptist going 3-for-4 field to start the 14 run rally. Smith. Going 2-for-4 was Evan .



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    I.' A's ,Take Dixie Youth Minor I 1' ',. j v ,. P '

    .League, 'with 16-0. Record r rr

    The undefeated A's, 16-0 24-14 and won 17-8 June 8.
    champions of the Dixie Youth Minor Going 3-for-3 at the plate were I
    Baseball League, for youths 8-10, Steve Adam and Steve Page. Gamine
    sponsored by the Starke Recreation 3-for-4 were Michael Blakenship
    Department.Team Keith Taylor. Getting two hits were S
    Standings: Chad John McMillan,Aaron /
    A'. ... i.... .....144 Tetstone,B.J.Pearce,and Gary Sut-
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    Cardinal ......... .. "I.ad. 9 I
    The Cardinals beat the 10-9
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    Sun.. '
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    7hinr. j..214Hornets Jeremy Crawford hit a triple to win
    ") the game. ,
    15 -Phillies 0
    The Hornets beat' the Phillies 15-0 Reds 11 Hornets 10 I .

    Junes. The Reds outhit the Hornets 22-14 f \ + ti
    Getting two hits were Clay Ar- v :
    won 11-10 June 11 >j
    ,Daniel Davis,Robert
    chey Broome i
    Leading the Reds with 4-for-4 was
    Trent Jones, and Randy Brooks. Charlie Norman. Going 3-for-4 were I r

    Blue Suns Macy Stephens, and Will Hartley. -
    Jays 3
    Josh Forman and Aaron Chism were
    The Blue Jays outhlt the Suns 13-11 3-for-3. Getting two hits was Jeff
    and won 7-3 June 6. Nettles.
    Leading the game going 2-for-2 ,
    were Michael Blakenship, Steve A's 14 Phillies 6 1 *
    Page John McMillan,Chad Mercer. The A's outhit the Phillies 27-22 :

    Hornets 10 Suns and won 14-6 Tuesday, June 12. :
    Leading the A's with 4-for-4 was :
    The Hornets beat the Suns 10-9 M. McMillan. Going 3-for-4 at the
    .June 8.Bulldogs. plate were J. Reese, P. Phillips, K.
    Lizenbee, J. Lizenbee, and M. ,
    12 -Indians 3 Joyner. Getting two hits were J. /
    The Bulldogs outhlt the Indians Hull, K. Tacey, and J. Faulkner. ;
    17-18 and won 12-3 Thursday June 7
    Going 3-for-4 at the plate were
    Jason Davis, Alan Floyd, and Keith Indians 10 B.Jays 9
    Griffis., Getting two hits were Chad The Blue Jays outhit the Indians
    Thomas, Jason Ellis, and Deanna 24-17 but the Indians 10-9.
    Cochran. Leading the Indians with 3-for-3
    were Chris Evans and Michael Sut- 5'+
    i B.Jays 17 Reds 8 e
    ton. Getting two hits were Jeremy l Y '
    +; The WIHS Jays outhit the Reds Lawson and Karl Sembroskl. '

    if Clay: Historical Society Plans Tour A's Undefeated In League...
    I The A',took tint place In their league after winning all of their garnet.Pictured are First raw,left to right Matthew Hull Eras Hardee JatoB

    r f.;, of Camp Blanding Grovesites Faulkner,Kyle Lizenbee.Kori Tacey,Justin Phillip.
    .- Second...wleft to right Coach Phil Pombler,Joth Lhenbee,Jonathan Reeie,Chris Olin,Philip Pombler Paul Phillip Tbnay flower,Coach Coy I
    The Clay County Historical Society At lunch we will share dinner on Padgett.
    f' extends an invitation to everyone the ground so bring your favorite Not pictured ant Mathew Joyner,Michael McMUIIan,Coach David McMUllan,Coach Mat Hull.
    interested in touring the many old "old timey" food. Paper goods and
    : ;. gravesites inside Camp Blanding, drink will be provided.
    !Yi--:: Saturday"It is a,rare June opportunity 30. to be. able ........................................................ ........ ......... .....; '; L- '

    ,'t, to visit these cemeteries and those
    :..a with family members burled in this :T THE

    area"Those are issued people a in special the northern invitation.part WE WILL QUOTE YOU ON ANY OFFICE OFFICE \

    r./5.;" courthouse of the county at please 8:45 Saturday meet at the morn newt f s SHOP

    : ing (June 30) and we will leave pro- } 1 10W.tall St.
    !If.mptly at 9 a.m., or you may meet us
    !;, at the flag pole at the Main Gate at I
    ro;. Camp Blanding at 9:45 a.m. Get your price and I let us see 964-5764
    .. Parking will be at the Flag Pole

    .,! rler-to and then the-apecific we will travel cemeteries.by troop car-..W0i ..... if.we.:can.beat-it! .1... -- J

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    .. Art Festival... S1'... "' Keystone Heights Is planning it's ""1m-!) ';'{"ill, F Y1PHIf0.' <.,.'S SALE l. ,.rs!
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    : Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day .,; < '; < I
    week-end, Saturday and Sunday, I I'. 'ti g' C, : "'. r
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    j' September 12.Applications. ?I' _, ;> ,.t, $ 29 .
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    McGill,ph. 473-4807, Keystone Iisxd, ,..;. =!< ,..' 4 ". ,.,
    Heights City Hall, ZIP 32856.AAlddleburg :tor""t j "" t .,. ';. <, List $3.80 It-
    The Historic Middleburg Festival HON FOUR DRAWER LA BOND PAPER i
    l is seeking artists and crafters to rR'PRINJER;
    participate in the 4th annual arts
    and crafts festival,slated for Saturday r .' 1 Ream
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    Last the
    "thousands"year of visitors, accordingto Letter Size .. ?For Cannon, Ricoh, IBM 81/2 x 11

    the sponsors. ,x,:' and others, 20 lb. i
    For further information,please
    call Mara Ph. 282-9169. i 8 1/2' )$11 20 Ib.
    $ I 2995 \ .

    BHS Class of 1970... ,$799 ,: :" CASEFREE $95 *
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    .' for Friday and Saturday nights, October 26-27. All graduates area :>::. 4.' ':; Delivery and Charge It :

    ./. 'Urged forms to and send money in their to Mary reservation Sue $14995 .;:t:: .. usi, ,$io.oo; : '-, :FS To Your Account

    Tomlinson ASAP to help cover the *

    ',., costs of the reunion. :
    f Please send $40 per couple or$20
    r' ..' per RFD person, Box to 7641 Mary, Starke Sue Tomlinson, 32091. ,' H1fRi! i
    .'-. .committee The next Is meeting scheduled of the for planning Mon-, cral ( IN *

    day, July 16, at 7:30 p.m., In the
    home of Cindy. Futch, 403. S. Cherry
    St.For additional information, call CASIO 2 DEPT. REGISTER CASIO DEPT,:REGISTER

    Cindy, ph. 964-8953, of David

    Kirkland ph. 473-2372. ON SALE $199 ON SALE $249'

    BHS Alumni... .1 .
    1. BHS alumni are'planning"a : -
    centennial celebration of Bradford
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    High School which will be 100 Pl
    years old in 1991. :
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    I The BHS Alumni Association
    I sponsoring a membership drive. sq! '
    jBT Join today. If your membership has
    I V. I lapsed, renew today. Annual dues
    I are$5..Send checks to Alumni e$39
    , J Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke,
    32091,pale Brown,President.
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    i Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, '5
    Inc Is trying to identify those ;, LFN
    I, families who have children receiving -

    , free or reduced lunches" through. .'
    I f out school system. ?
    ,! If child Is In either of these f'
    you DELIVERY
    j,' groups, you family may be eligible t:1i:::: ,' / S FREE :
    I JO t for food through our agemM duringthe : : : .
    summer months. If you would '. .t,' MC & VISA '<> 'I' ;;'f8, '
    like to apply for food assistance, : .. -q' )'',
    come to 408 W. Lafayette St., FAX SERVICE AVAILABLE 964.6905 1
    to make
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    the fifth six-weeks grading period are (l-r): Christine Crlbbs Joanle Dampier Alan Rexael Otis
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    fifth six-weeks grading period. Key Jeslka Pombier.Stephanie Steinmety Tamantha McRae. Mike Schlofman. Bryan Wagner. Dustin CarTop row: Evan Hardee. Chris Hobbs Julie
    First row (l-r): Bryan VanCamp. Michelle Brandt Anderson Candace Cragg. roll. Monica McGee. Emily Mills Gene Anderson, McMillan, Pamela Reddish Ne Terrell Warren,
    Nicole Herring. Aron Barnett Kristoipher Winton, Top row: Gina Corey Jim Fix Gina Griff, Can- Alyce Nash,,Danlelle Parker. Vanessa VanCamp Rachel Bunker.Straight .
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    Front row: Ginnie Campbell.Heather Jarvis Morris Back row: Travis Crew. James Hankerson Sheetal
    Mahoney. Diptl Patel Carrie Thompson Shameka Patel, Jeremy Pilcher Bill Wallace Emily Hartley
    Walker. Amy Greene. Kim Pharls. Vicki DeSue and Michelle O-Steen. Drew Wainwright. Amanda Welch
    Amanda Stacy. and Naklsha Williams. .
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    Drlvas. Leigh Johns Brian Gunter. Michael O'Neal Josh Davis who were participating in I THEil'S J
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    tion complex. .OF 12.$131.88 es.OF 6.$89.94 CS.OF 59.94 es.OF 6.$77.94 +rrlNwlr CS. OF 6.580.94 CS. OF 12.$203.88 6-PK, t
    Thurs.,June 21,DuPont vs.Starke
    t Merchants at 8:45: p.m. 1 'I'I 1 if 1 II' 1 : I i l t I Ic
    Mon., June 25, U.C.I. vs. Starke
    Merchants at 7:30 p.m.; F.S.P. vs. BUSCH
    DuPont at 8:45: p.m. WINDSOR izaa Stolichnaya ABC 80 rADLyiNlJ: Stngtnms _
    Tues., June 26, F.S.P. vs. Starke CANADIAN w& I 80 VODKA VODKAGIN pr- BUSCH LIGHT
    Merchants at 7:30 p.m. V.C.Is.. 11.99 SALE 'tCrlilvn NATURAL LIGHT
    1.49 17519.99 RUM 173 _
    First Baptist of Lawtey at 8:45 p.m. LTB. SALE SALE MFR
    Thurs June 28, U.C.I. DuPontat LTR 3.00 MEBATf -TR--2.oo flEBAU /9
    vs. -
    ? -1.50 "j-I' 7i.'. (
    EErxtt 99 yildllMFs s 9
    8 45.S.Mer.
    : 1199' I 1902.
    ,"": AFTER t 9.99 6750 11 PK,
    1 O.99 AFTER d 16.99 REBATE LTR.1.7S REBATE ML CANS t 7
    J. U.C.I. 2
    U.C.I outhit the Starke Merchants CASE OF 6-$71.50 CS. OF 12_ $149.88 CS. OF 6-$119.94 CS.OF 6.559.94 CS.OF 71.94 CS.OF 82.95

    day 8-7 but, June the 14.Merchants won 3-2 Thurs- CAIfJlErn: wiseR 6mimlJ/f TARKOV $KD TOM SIMS Schlitz
    the I : AGED 1O VEARS
    Leading Merchants going 6 YR.86 KENTUCKY PREMIUM BEER ATW
    3-for-3 was Ratliff. Getting one hit CANADIAN 80 VODKA VODKA BLACK LABEL A POPULAR P //Ct"
    were Starling,Cato,Bawr,and Wad- 1.75 12.99 SALE

    dell.Going 3-for-2 for U.C.I was LTR. -2.00 REBATE 17 9 699 1 099 1099 13 9 .

    McBride. Going 2-for-2 was -,. 10.99 RE ATE' Lin 1 ML d: -- 6-PK CANS ,

    Beard Jackson., Carter Getting, and one Holmes.hit were Reed, CS.OF 6-$77.94 CS OF 6.$107.94 CS. OF 12.$83.88 CS. OF 65.94 CS.OF 131.88 CS. OF 8.$83.94

    F.S.P. 15. S.Mer. 1 Seagram's ..

    their The first Starke loss Merchants to F.S.P. suffered F.S.P. ,, V.O. ot 80 VODKA VODKA mm PRBLEND r = Blue Ribbon

    outhit 4-for-4 and Leading won the at 15-1 the F.S.P Starke Monday plate.was Merchants, June Going Seeley 18.3-for-4 going 25-16 -a'1"m" 799 ML 16&. V J 11 99 750 ML 10 Lin.9 h Wes;' 6 49 750 ML 10?? := 16PK.es. "'"

    were Odom, Chastain, and .OF 12-$95.88 Cs OF 12.$203.88 CS. OF 143.88 Cs OF 12.$77.88. CS. OF 6-$65.94

    I Bardette. Davidson was 3-for-3. Get- ,. .. iI
    ting two hits Muse y
    were Davis,
    Devaney, and Green. "
    l Going 2-for-3 for the Starke Mer- I iIMl']: ..a'm I "" '..II=411 l'r'I'H I=tJ.t-v':: ill =- "i1"I; : mt1i'W I=--.II. =II KELTGallo ..

    chants were Starling, Thomas, Andre NAV..coiooUCA 7110 99 ...-..
    r Williams, Cato, and Maines. Going |JY. "ChassyRuffino Attt fAOE... .ML.. 4.49 -:. SSSSCarlo : !:: L TR.a 5.99 ML. Bermger .- M 699 49
    2-for-2 was Thigpen. C.O. ":, t. 5.99 3
    t"'" 3.29.Frelxenel '" Kendall .Mog:: M 9.49 .
    OrvletoDuboeuf :M2: 6.49 Rossi i5= L .... fPK.UOl.
    Gold Seal ..-.......lUm., .1 750 99 CHNIN
    O.C.I. 12 DuPont 11 ''.'..'.''.'0'..'.'' M 6.99 J ABC CIMItl''::sC7x fl.to'= UA.a 4.99 rAUrLA.Ar ML. Charles Krug BLANC M 5.99

    U.C.I. 22-19 but Taylor ...t..M..r M 4.99 *Freemaik Abbey ::= M 11.99
    U.C.I.Came out ahead and won 12-11 Nicolas ,::. M 2.49 Gallo 0af rMAC" Moel & Chandon :, M 18.99 WAIT' LOWENBRAU
    Monday, June 18. Sutler Home t. 4.29
    Maitre d'Eslour NEO M 5.99 5.99 lA.AA.lL
    Leading U.C.I. Going 3-for-3 were. Taylor arJu&9owM".M: :\ L

    Baker and Beard. Going 2for4were Duboeuf I CNARDOANAV 7110 ML.99 Mondavi I "..c%::ElW."Ml'ffunM. LT"... 8.99 OudinolBallafore ..u. M 17.99 Mon"uvl "cm",50'.'10_ ML 13.49 LIGHT OR DARK
    Adkins and McBride. Going .. .. _. Spumanle M 4.49 PUWI 7110
    2-for-3 were Smith, Carter,Jackson, Chat. Du GlanalaaouletVefchere M 12.49 STYROFOAM" ?x n Chat Sf Michelle .LANC ML 649 __ 2 9

    and Leading Aycox.DuPont going 3-for-3 was = M 8.49 f : COOLERS Murnrn'sin. M 18.99 Glen Ellen CAN:MACAANON:,\: M 4.79 l 6 PK. KKR,

    McKinney. Going 3-for-4 were OJRT I" I M & R ..". *
    SlmlSebasllonl M 13.99
    I Cruce, and Saxon. Getting two hits La Francesco : :=. M 2.99 cNAArCNNAT
    were Cannes, McGee, Padget, and
    Mercer. I.V. Pinot c.......... M 6.99 Z::ou: M 4.29 BUSCH

    *IL Cardo ::::. M 6.49 Scbastiant PROPRIETOR'S .sec t'N !Sani =R BARTLES a Mondorl' M 10.99 -'

    U.C.I. 14 F.S.P. 4 RED,WHITE. WHITE ZINFANDEL -- AYMES Gallo ZJIOfAllOIL' 750 5'49 9
    U.C.I outhit F.S.P. 21-10 and Maleus I Rose'JdlimlelTeftliwe ML 3.49 BLUSH is 6.49 SALE ) ML.

    14-4 Tuesday, June 19. won : 'W M 16.99 LT1.00 pAl: 99 Glen-Ellen .UNIIZNSUN.E. M 3.99 ft QUART

    , Carter.Leading Going U.C.I 3-for-4 going with 3-for-3 a home was Blue Nun LlebtraumllchJadot M 4.49 : 4 99 5.49 =m'i' r PAK Salnlsbury auEEN.Ar :M 11.49

    Adkins run was McBride Beard. Going, Baker 2-for-4, Bennett were, r "" M 5.99 "=-" CS.OF 1s 6.$29.94 LTR. .:- es. OF 6.$38.94 CS.OF 24.$17.94 Beringer SAUV : M 10.99 _

    l' and Aycox. Going 2-for-3 was
    r Jackson.
    Muse,Crocket,and Davidson went -
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    2-for-3 at the plate for F.S.P. IIiJMMAT ] I T-6AT-iv-iE13| II I-- HDWU. JUNE M

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    job years of working -
    In the home? There Is a-special NUN LIEB. i I i VERMOUTH i I
    program to help yoju make the transition 1.5S a
    ,I from home to work. A free 3.79 .i i 5.99 LTIL Asa lu [ 3.69 LT5
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    t 3, is available to homemakers 35 and
    : older who qualify from any of the 16 r
    counties In North Central Florida.
    Focus on the Future: Displaced
    Homemaker Program Is held at San-
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    ST. Young Entrepreneur Finds Owning .

    lr.* Her Own Business is For the Birds '

    by Sue Ellen Smltn n the Orange Park Mall. She soon She also found that certain colorsof
    BCT Sta(W>l .r <' / found herself one of the store's parakeets are more profitablethan
    About once a monMrfcfteenyearold regular pet suppliers others so she began poring over
    Bobbie Westcott goes with her books on genetics and parakeets to
    mother to a pet store in the Orange learn what she could expect from
    Park Mall. Unlike other teenagerswho her breeding pairs.
    visit the store,Westcott doesn'tgo "You have to pair parakeets for
    to look at the puppies or hold the color," Westcott said. "You assumeif
    kittens or buy fish. She's there for you put a blue with a blue you get
    S { one reason-to make a profit selling .k blue. Blue with a green you'll probably
    t birds. get blue because blue's domi-
    tt, .. i bl Westcott, a sophomore at Brad-. nant."
    ford High School, has bred, raised But Westcott's white parakeets,
    and sold birds to pet stores since she she said, are still an unexplained
    was just eight years old. The genetic mystery to her.
    business she said, actually startedout "They just kind of appear," she
    as a 4-H parakeet breeding project said.
    suggested by her mother Along with genetics, Westcott had
    "We started out with five nests to learn how to keep records on eachof
    and 10 birds,"Westcott said. "All of the birds to keep track of
    .,--- .' the sudden we had 25 pairs of breedings.Also, with the help of her
    J7ft-y '- Bobbie TPettcott of Starlte ghee one of her ringneck parrot a tr aL Westcott ha been breeding bird to tell to pet parakeets." mother, she learned how to keep
    track of business and
    floret lino**h.was might yean old. The rapidly propagating Thus baby paroJiett will b*told la a pet expenses pro-
    fits. Now she does most of the
    parakeets,she said,led to selling the
    tor*when it it a little older.
    business' bookkeeping herself.
    offspring to Pet Parade located in
    "Keeping the birds is not real ex-
    pensive,but there are quite a few ex-
    ,"Westcott said.
    Westcott said all of her profits go
    FLORIDA PEST CONTROL back into the business. Heating the
    birdhouse in the winter is one of her
    biggest costs, she said.
    Westcott's business takes up
    proud anywhere from one to two hours a
    YOUR TRUCK day to maintain.
    U.S. 301 NORTH VILLAGE toannounce THOf "Sometimes 'you could spend all
    964.7500 HEADQUARTERSDEERFOOT Y'SEALthat day just cleaning up," she said.
    But for the most part Westcott en-
    CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE joys owning her own business. It has
    taught her the value of hard work,
    $500 :'ro"$ / llit : i she said.
    "And much I'm \
    pretty my own
    ( i'hJ[ 1t'nv, ; : :iJlt''Rfim'{ ;nrJtt..N WffJ9fs: : JOE REICHERT III \ businesswoman the shots. I write,"the she checks.said. ""I call

    (GEO.'Si.Olds'C: : ) als"", hev ice eb, t ': :,'Co"'sfcasfaiTtuck:;. ; ; : : is now 9s quitting Westcott once said in the she seventh came close grade."I to.
    just lost interest. I think it was

    r EJOW: .-1990)0 S1cro't.lA'! SO n w 41lfObW Pest Control Manager in she burnout.said. I had been in it so long,"
    your But with her involvment in FFA
    LOADED V-6, AT, PW, PD&L, when she entered the ninth grade
    Bradford County.Joe her full interest in the business
    Cruise Control, Tilt Steering, Pulse returned.The .
    Wipers, AM/FM stereo Cass. business proved to be quite
    LIST $17,045 invites all customers to stop by and profitable academically, too. She
    has won awards in FFA, 4-H, and
    get acquainted. He is no stranger to the Girl Scouts by owning her own

    $1.3 999* Bradford-Union County area. He is a business.Through the years, Westcott's

    . business, housed in a converted
    of Bradford andbrings
    ,. .. graduate .High: ) School storage shed behind her house, has
    '- over eight yea'rs""expeirffinee in rots expanded and finches.to inukuto She ringneck now has par-123 ,i

    $ 1g": 1990 S-10 Pickup $14995 all aspects of the Starke.pest control businessto and parakeets 28 finches, seven! ringneck parrots

    The neighbors she said, never
    per mo. the.home.office complain of the noise her birds
    Joe in
    was employed at : make. Sometimes, she said, people
    Bumper toI Gainesville. Call today Yo'r.any'of walking by her backyard will stop to
    ; your see the birds after hearing them."I .
    I' Bumper : $7495 pest control or garden supply needs. neat,hear'" she all said.the time, 'Oh that's so

    F 5 Speed Air AM/FM The prices Westcott gets for her
    / / / Rally Wheels //lG or parakeets vary depending the col
    aRioRON or. She gets $6.50 for fancy blue
    Miles $1000 Down, parakeets and$5 for regular blue or
    Cash or Trade RYI green parakeets. Pet stores sell fan-
    cy blues she said,for around$20 and
    1990 Short Wheel/ Base Extended Cab 4x4 regular blues and greens for $14.99.

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    PaRe 28 TKLKfiKAPII,TIMES: &MONITOK SECTION Juno;21. l 1990!

    I Victim Made Previous Assault Complaint Against Murder Suspectby I

    .. ...
    Marcia Goody According to police officials, Cain entered his upper arm and then went" from the scene. The device, made upon Randall Mark Rhoden,in addi- grand be decided Jury what on. a gene or 11 win to
    He died with and ball bearings, tion to the murder charge.
    and Larsen's estranged wife, her into his chest cavity. as gun powder I
    iCT Staff Larsen.
    Starke Wrlt.rA man still being held on a brother, one of her children and a police arrived. was not what Is called a "hot'' The case Is expected to RO tea charge against. .
    neighbor were driving when Larsen Larsen was taken into custody and device. Starke officers could tell by
    murder charge was cited in a com- his vehicle searched. Police found a examining it that It would not explode
    assault chased them in his truck.Larsen got BUY HERE PAY HERE
    charging aggravated
    plaint out of his truck when the other vehi- homemade bomd in the truck and a if transported from the area,
    filed the victim little thana
    by a more small amount of cannabis (mari- said the If the device FINANCE
    cle stopped on Herlong Street so that spokesman.? WE
    week to his death, accor-
    the occupants could ask a passerbyto juana). After determining that the had been "hot" it would have been
    ding to records in the stateattorney's
    left where it found, the im-
    call the police. bomb would not explode upon was
    office. Larsen got out and started hittinghis transport,it was carried to a secure mediate area would have been SALESEasy
    Dennis Michael Larsen, 42, of AUTO
    brother-in-law, Randall Mike area near the Starke Police Depart- evacuated and the bomb would have
    Starke was arrested and charged ment and disarmed by the Alachua been disarmed by the bomb squad
    Rhoden, through the window of the
    with the murder of Robert
    vehicle.Cain got out of the vehicle to County Sheriff's Department bomb where it was found. Deals with E-Z Wheels
    Cain, Jr., 44, also of Starke on Sun-
    Larsen with
    loin the fight, which was broken up squad.An was possess
    day, June 17, according to reports
    Alachua County Sheriff's ing a destructive device, dischargIng -
    by a neighbor. 904-7783
    officers. ((904))
    provided by Starke police
    Cain walked around to the back of Department spokesman said Tues- a firearm in public, carrying a Avenue
    According to Investigator Wiley outf day that it is normal procedure for a concealed weapon, possession of TOMMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple
    office, the car and Larsen pulled a gun FL 32091
    Clark of the state attorney's
    the prior complaint made by Cain ) his truck and shot Cain.The bullet bomb of this type to be transported marijuana and aggravated assault Manager Starke

    citing aggravated assault against
    Larsen was made on June 7.
    Witnesses had already been sub-
    poenaed to testify on July 5 regar-- Wild i
    ding the assault complaint,but Cain
    was murdered before testimony WinnDixieTM
    could be heard or a decision made on
    whether or not to bring charges. Waters
    Clark said the assault complaint
    stated that Larsen cursed Cain and
    waved a pistol in his face.Clark also
    noted that the case probably would :.."fA1JSn..VE8'SIP'AINGSV" ,:'i
    not have been a strong one since
    waving a pistol around does not PICK-UP YOUR $2.00 OFF
    usually constitute assault
    A little over a week after the COUPON AT YOUR
    assault complaint was made by PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION
    Cain, he was Killed after a domestic NEIGHBORHOODWINNDIXIE.
    argument escalated into a shooting. STARKE .
    470""" MADHON' STRUT

    Teen Dies :; IIfr'i-' We Your

    In AccidentA ; s Respect

    road have caused
    sandy may an ,
    accident which claimed the life of a di
    19-year-old Starke resident Satur- fr--IT-
    day, June 16.Investigation.
    is ongoing Into what 1
    caused Douglas A. Rehberg to lose i: Hard-Earned Dollar.
    control of his truck Saturday after- : ,
    noon at approximately 3:50: p.m.,
    said a spokesman for the Florida _
    Highway Patrol.
    While traveling down a dirt road the most for
    that was described in the accident It just makes you get

    i report as having a "loose surface," sense to shop at a your money on every
    I Kehberg! lost control of his truck approximately .
    I 7 miles west of Starke store that understands aisle of the store.
    NW 39th Avenue.
    01 '
    The truck crossed to the north side dollars and cents. Come on In and see
    of the road and collided with a pine
    dollars how and value
    tree According to the report,it then Especially your quality
    became airborn, spun around and and cents. WINN-DIXIE add to at
    flipped over one time before comingto 1.J1. t/UJ.l'FO: {) "IEW: 'bfA.ll'. p up savings
    ", '
    n rest. works hard to help WINN-DIXIE.
    Kchberg died in''intly but the one
    passenger in the : 'k. 17-year-old
    Adam ChriM 'phe r,sustained

    only Rehberg minor uijui was a?1989. graduate of .. .. ... .. ", .

    Bradford Bradford High Furniture School in and Starke.worked at ;Real :pltd'tdk\ :B..gipecu' e I'el ': ke lil II e "pfi'nI1'er' aoks'.. ;

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    E i liT GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION ; Alabama Man Arrested

    Chiropractic; :1 n I AND GENERAL REPAIR After High-Speed Chase

    I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank ...
    Keystone Heights, FL
    I by Marcia
    i Coodg
    Center 473-9543 approximately 10 miles.
    i SPECIAL! BCT Staff Writer According to the Starke Police
    OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr.VJV. Berry 8 Point Transmission Check A high speed chase and a hunt Department, Starke Police Officer
    COMPANIES ACCEPTED:: FREE TOWING WITH I through the woods with dogs ended Michael Strickland observed Miller
    Changs Fluid, Replace or Clean Filter Adjust Bands MAJOR REPAIR I| with Starke in Starke and
    police driving
    AUTO arresting an recklessly pur
    INJURIES Check Vacuum, Check U Joints Check CV Joints,
    Test I Alabama man on several charges sued him when Miller fled. Starke
    HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN Check 4 Adjust Linkage, Road Performance I
    | pertaining to the chase and on Police Chief Jimmy Epps and Brad-
    NECK &ARM PAIN PAIN/NUMBNESS I $1995 \ outstanding warrants from Clay ford County Deputy Sheriff Pat
    MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL County Henry Joined forces with a Florida ,
    i FREE 13 Point Multi \ William Charles Miller 20,of Alex Highway Patrol officer and pursued
    24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE FREE A/C City,Alabama was arrested on June Miller at speeds reaching 100 miles
    i I 18 after he led officers from the per hour and more, from the Starke
    Starke Police,Bradford limits to the Bradford-Union
    964-8018 Sheriff's Of- city
    ( Valid With
    i Coupon) fice and Florida Highway Patrol on County line in Moodyville.Upon .
    864 N. T::mple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) Visa& Mastercard .1 I a high speed chase for a distance of reaching Moodyville, Miller
    ,! IIBBHMBIBBIMII (COUPON 1_1-1_I_1. pulled into a driveway and the FHP
    -L __ .... officer saw him run into the woods
    Deputy Henry called for the dogs at
    Florida State Prison and they track
    "THE HAMBURGER THAT BUNS LOVE!" ,mac ed Miller to his hiding place under a
    I Iw. house.
    ,.. ::; : STORE He was arrested on charges of 1)
    H S driving while license is suspended or
    0 15 % LEANER : revoked, 2) willful and wanton
    ". .." 8 A. reckless driving, 3) two counts of
    running a stop sign,4) two counts of
    THAN REQUIRED BY 11TP.M. running a red light, 5) and fleeing to

    FEDERAL REGULATION elude.Once Miller was in custody, it was
    DIXIE OAHLINO 41i I / fn +lt discovered that he was also wantedIn
    HAMBURGER Clay County and was charged
    BUNS p with outstanding warrants for violation -
    I/j,/ II t11Px of probation and failure to pay
    2 ..,.. $109 fines.
    The warrant for violation of proba-
    SELECT LEAN tion arose out of a prior convictionfor
    $ trespassing after warning,said a

    3-LBS. or MORE BONELESS Sheriff's spokesman Department.for the Clay County

    Miller was taken into custody and
    remains in the Bradford County Jail

    FRESH MARKET PORK CHOPS under a $12,000 bond.

    5 Held for Grave

    Robbery; Body

    GROUND BEEF au.w RESERVED,-.... Found in UnionFive
    PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. I men have Deer cnargea in
    Columbia County in connection witha
    stolen body found last month in a
    JUNE 21-27. 1990. wooded area in Union County.
    Four men were arrested Mondayand
    or S-LB. I't Tuesday
    GROUND BEEF . ..$1173LB8. SIRLOIN $247 by Columbia County sheriff's of
    GROUND CHUCK. $217 MEAT LOAF $208WO All were charged with disturbing
    La . La the grave of Steven Glen Morgan,
    3-LBS. or MORE FRESH MARKET HANDI-PAK the 20-year-old Columbia
    GROUND TURKEY .a 88 GROUND BEEF . .$127FRESH suicide victim who's body was County foundin

    GROUND ROUND La $247 SAUSAGE . $217 SLICED WHOLE FREE SELECT PORK LEAN LOIN BONELESS LB. $367 Charges a grave of were disturbing brought the contentsof against

    Leon Jody Thompson, 21; Charles:
    Vincent Womack, Jr., 23; Thomas
    W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF Christian Cox, 21; Joseph R Pot
    MADALLION BRAND BONELESS WHOLE HOG MILD, tgen, 21; and Frederick Day 19. If
    FAMILY PACK FRYER MEDIUM or HOT convicted, the could
    BOTTOM ROUND "# men serve up l tl
    THIGHS or, u.cHO/C1 ,. / -.1.. W-D ... M Community State five years in jail. They were still be
    i' *r.of ing held in- the Columbia County
    IUILISTICKS' i.6 sb. SAUSAGE )> ,an" ., Detention Center, as of deadline
    JfI'i. ,
    I IF R, Ji' Slarke : tWednesday.
    S THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: I Investigators cited the possibility
    178 Checking Traveler's Checks that the body was stolen for use in a
    $957 Savings Account Credit Card Applications black-robe ceremony connectedwith
    LB. Loan Applications Money Orders a game of Dungeons and
    LB. LB. Certificates ol Deposit Night Depository Dragons. In the game, players pre
    PEELED a DEVEINED Money Market Accounts Notary Public tend to be fantasy characters with
    SOUTHERN PRIDE $'399 W-D CHOPPED $ 99 ALL PURPOSE $299 HOURS: magical powers who must completea

    BEEF PATTIES . sta lox HAM . . it SHRIMP. . i WON-WED, 9am.-4pm. s1t quest.Investigators have not determined
    WATER ADDED THURS A FRI. 9 a.m.-8 p m. whether this group is connected with
    W-D COOKEDHAM W-D $429 COOKED LOBSTERS $399 SATURDAY 8am.-2 p:m.: BankW' an earlier incident of a grave rob

    . . V $299 CORN DOGS . u & IN BAG SUE. bery Chet In Croft Columbia, a 10-year-old County residentof
    M $299 SAUSAGE $Ufl90LINKS FLOUNDER 5-l1. $999 May 11 and reported it. body on

    SMOKED SAUSAGE itt . iK6 FILLETS. . . ,KG.

    :: HARVEST Folk Culture


    Florida Department of State's
    Bureau of Folkhfe will sponsor a
    / s s s ) I / ) seminar on "Florida Folk Art" at
    s Nature makes the produce. the Stephen Foster State Folk
    I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Culture Center in White Springs on
    s / July 16 and 17. The program designed -
    T A HARVEST FRESH for teachers and others with an
    CALIf013H1ANECTARIHES interest in traditional art.
    Sessions will introduce, define
    and examine the variety of folk arts
    ( I IaA in the state as well as explore uses of
    folk arts and artists
    I to enhance
    school and community programs.
    j 88C The seminar will be lead by a
    team of Florida folklorists, art
    -k educators and folk artists. The two-
    day program begins at 9 a.m. and
    n runs through 4 p.m. each day
    Teachers may earn in-service credit
    with prior approval from district of-
    POTATOES $50 registration fee covers the

    ........,..I _li DIXIE HOME BREAKSTONE $i 17 COMBO VINNIE1a4.r.7 SAUSAGE or PEPPERONI e {I'w'w'BS the costs event.of materials To register and presenters send your for

    J SOUR CREAM I.CW = sigg name, address, phone number, and
    : TEA BASS registration fee to: Nancy J. Nus;:.
    1D-LB. Bureau Florida Folklife,P.O. Box
    I .
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    $1 8 COTTAGE CHEESESUPERBRAND 'iw. -r) ORANGE JUICE 11.0: more Information! ,call((904)397-2192.)

    1=.' POPS or HARVEST FRESH NaturalistHosts
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    IN W er WATER CHUNK $. 00 UFCRBNAND"' $|00 REGULAR WOAFFLESFLAKEPreants or auTTtIIMILK'! 98 e C Program
    BISCUITS..5 25
    LIGHT TUNA c & 8 8 June

    WE WILL,GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. ( BUNCH charge Patricia of educational Ashton, programming naturalist III

    w rest 36MO-CT. HEAD-ON! CLEANED l for the City of Gainesville's Nature

    ,' -.. ........., FRESHSALMON Operations, Morningside Nature
    ." ,C..M.M C C..r b.I CNC C* LAME HEADLESS Center and Bivens Arm Nature
    ...,.. ..,.. ..
    .N.000U..C/N/ NM M r.C w. NN Park, will present a program at the
    , : "'::'- pn.1.N. .VSNV RMVERCRT1F1CATEwmiEVFRY N.CUSCCNC n/b..C .p Nn. WHITE IM CAMPBELL'SMUSHROOMS 9cCE June 25 Hospitality Hour,held at the
    , .:t : MM TptJIinUfll!WU MAKK IN OUR OTORS.' MG Thomas Center at 10 a.m. This free
    :4: : YAM 9N.r'i WITHOUT GAK/ SlAg9 event is sponsored by the Hospitality
    (MOUkA*HTMij Nu $599 GARDEN FRESH !$ 0 Hostess a welcome service since
    .7211 FISH IFRMA 1P
    :41.lit 1961, and will be catered by Burger
    amfowwlHandtow If CAIIAGE ./: King.
    _, I *$ 'I La. LB .
    l lWa Y MARVtST PREEN< Patricia Ashton will present a
    CUCU BUr fl video tour of the nature parks and
    > a
    h Cloth FRESH SALMON $99 DEVILED "! $100 hands-on program with creepy crit
    Ili* spas I 2 $100 HLL PEPPERS, m
    f( King STEAKS . . La CRABS . u turtles ters and, snakes furry, frogs friends such as
    eun; esR. possums, and
    more. These are just a few of the
    ft'\! creepy critters that are housed at
    Mornfngside's exhibit area. Join in

    Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday. this newcomers associated while opportunity learning,with sponsors about community to and meet our persons nature events other

    !oarki. For further information call

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    Page 48 TC .CrIl,AD II. T1MFS* wA 1wII': l0-Q-. SKCTION Juni 2i., 1900

    . Parent Conference Policy Changed ,for Bus Drivers After Incident. ,Promnt. hares I

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    by Marcia Goodg ,: 0

    aCT StoH Writer respectful that she approached manner and Wright remained in a was standing next to the car," slapped Trainor twice, but claimed told the officer that she was defen
    It used to be all right for a bus calm throughout the exchange. Wright,"She was mad and way- that she was defending herself. Upon ding herself and that, at the time,
    driver to exit an empty bus and talk "She (Wright) was waving her the arms. I was off-balance and I questioning by her attorney, Wright she preferred to handle the situation
    to a parent regarding a child's hand in my face and accusing me of 'car door handle poking in my said that she did not strike Trainor through Trainor's boss, Lennard
    behavior on the bus, but no more, harrassing her son," testified the in order to injure her, only to "get Register.
    said Lennard Register, director of Trainor, "I said that I was not har testified that Trainor pok- her off me." When Trainor was recalled l to the
    operations for the Bradford County rassing her son and she said she'd that three times in the forehead, Assistant State Attorney Julian witness stand, she testified that she
    .: School Board. see me in court" even before a blow Trainor's little finger went asked why she didn't tell Officer had not cursed, threatened or touch
    The school transportation department's was landed. ( her eye on the last poke and she Smith that Trainor had poked her in ed Wright except to fend of a blow
    new policy will say that bus slapped Trpinor the first time. the eye when Smith interviewed her and that she had not poked Wright in
    drivers are to remain on the bus. Wrights Say Driver Irate also freely admitted" that she that same day. Wright said that she the face.
    "The driver can ask a to walk
    over to the bus if there parent is something Wright, her husband Donald, and
    that needs to be discussed, but the her children testified that Trainorwas by
    : driver is not to get off the bus to shouting and waving her fingerin a WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
    speak to a parent," said Register.. Wright's face. Donald Wright was
    That way, if emotions run high (as testified that Trainor was cursing was
    they did in a March incident which and making comments which implied

    bus resulted driver in against battery charges a parent filed) the by bus a were raising that Wright their and children her husband without Dorman Well & Septic Tank

    driver can leave the scene without
    risking physical contact. Deborah Wright and the two
    The case that went to court Mon- children testified that Trainor had screaming."I Inc.
    day, June 18, involved Bradford poked Wright in the forehead and 1983
    County Bus Driver Edna Trainor that her little finger was poked into ,
    and Deborah Wright, parent of two Wright's eye before Wright slapped

    daisy.elementary! : school children in her.Driver Said she 2 & 4 in Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic tanks,
    She Remained
    Wright was charged with
    after slapping Trainor twice. At the Calm Throughout Exchange The Lift Stations-New Installation Drainfield Repairs.
    trial, Wright freely admitted slapp- Trainor testified that she never
    ing Trainor and pled self-defense, raised her voice during the ex-
    claiming Trainor poked her in the change and that she never touched
    eye first. Trainor denied touching Wright except when she raised her -CONTACT-
    Wright at all except to fend of a hands to protect her face from a ,
    blow. The only, witnesses to the inci- blow. Trainor also claimed that it to
    dent were Wright's husband and two was Wright who was upset and not
    children who agreed with Wright's shouting, interrupting her before she Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004
    account of the incident. The jury could finish telling Wright about the
    returned a guilty verdict in the case. fight between Hake and Thomas. Lex
    Sentencing will occur on July 3. Hake testified that he felt com- I Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m
    ments made by the Thomas boy :
    Parent Plans Appeal about him were reason to fight and her 1
    Wright said Tuesday in an Inter- that he fell the Thomas boy had LICENSURE
    view with a Telegraph reporter that started the fight. Trainor agreed was ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATES !
    she plans to appeal the decision and that Thomas had made comments to
    continues to claim self-defense in the Hake but testified that she told _. . . .........r.r.. . _. -- I
    incident. Wright that.the problem was not
    During the trialTrainor, a bus with the Thomas boy, but with the
    driver for 14 years, testified that fact that Hake had no discipline at
    : while driving her bus on March 22 home. According to Trainor, that :: :1 ] :
    : Wright's son, Jacob Hake, left his was when Wright slapped her the -= _
    : assigned seat at the front of the bus first time.
    : and began hitting a boy at the rear of The conversa tion continued for approximately :- aU.S.
    the bus. According to Trainor, when 30 seconds, said .
    : the driver began to stop the bus, Trainor during which time Wright Ml S.-Stark.964-7701 250 SW 9th St Lake Butler 496-2564
    : Hake returned to his seat,only to get told her she should get control of her
    up and repeat his attack on the other bus. Trainor stated that she told IKvwr RfTWNJ
    boy when the bus began to move Wright she had control of her bus until
    : again. Wright's children began riding it 11
    ; Later testimony by Hake revealed and Wright hit her a second time. WE MUST REDUCE OUR -
    : that he had been assigned a seat on Trainor testified that she left the -
    : the bus because he and Olin Thomas area and later went to the hospital 1S1t INVENTORY BY JUNE 30th!
    : (the other boy in the fight) had for x-rays since her jaw hinges did Q
    fought on the bus before. Trainor not seem to be working right and
    said Southside that Elementary Hake's principal had assigned at also cracked said tooth that pulled.she had to have a This/ / Merchandise At Cost or Below!!! )

    the boy to a seat, and that she had Trainor reported the incident to

    :. assigned his sister to sit next to him. Bradford County Deputy Sheriff ,,, ,,.. .,,. illylirlli1. .. .
    Hake.ll, his younger sister Angie Gordon Smith who testified that, by \ I
    : Wright,10,and Thomas,all got off at the time the driver made the report '
    ; the last stop -on-Tcainor's route she wa ,"lysterical" apd had to be, BAIIG, lN$. i
    Since the bus was empty and Hake's calmed 'dow>i. After T\aiJ\lr\ swore -- '
    : parents were in slghlin a'car parked out a complaint aga )ist:?Wright;, ( I
    in a dirt lane off CR-225,"Trainor Smith went to the Wright honse to In- : "IN LAUNDRY -.I _' E1/t iaJtlNS
    decided terview her.Parent : :
    to exit the bus and speak to -
    Kitchen Aid .
    the parents about Hake's behavior, Washer Magic Chef "
    she testified. (This was in keeping Not Specific About IllN RANGESt $37800 Washer IN REFRIGERATORS'

    with the Bradford County policies Self-Defense at First GE. Electric ICnlyl -
    for bus drivers at the time, said When Smith interviewed $15800 Admiral
    Wright Cooktop
    Register.) ,? $318
    regarding the incident, he testified I
    There was some disagreement that Wright did not specifically state I Maytag Cooktop 10"111 C'ooo:_ ..,
    during as to whether the that she had been Maytaa .
    struck or threatened 1 '
    lane was a public road, as Assistant bv Trainor Smith testified that e Gas Range D.Jo I 1 '
    $ Kitchen Aid
    State ..'y' .
    Attorney Tony Julian claimed, 10 Ov
    Wright said the reason she slapped '1 $ L 00 y n :
    or a private easement claimed 1
    as was onlY
    Trainor was that the driver "got in 1 ,w:.; $ 00
    '0 Brian by Wright and her attorney, her face" and that Wright was try DRYERS DRYERS si249 898tti
    ing to protect herself. nn

    Smith noted during testimony that ,. .. ?:: Kitchen '
    Accounts DisagreeThe Wright never elaborated on what she '.4' 'a?' '" u. sF; $24800 'sAid $698IN
    accounts of the incident meant when she said Trainor"got in $
    .1: related by Trainor and by the Wright her face." Wright later advancedthe 'iSARGJtlNS'
    ::: family during the trial did not agree claim that Trainor had poked her "'. ,-" ----....,... ..
    :: on several points. Trainor testified in the eye. .. .. "
    III :
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    4"1-.J..r Clay HistoricalSociety
    Plans Tour of
    t .
    "" Blanding Cravesltes

    .. iI''r .. JJ....I'I' The Clay County Historical Society -
    1,, 1 invites the public to join in louring
    the many old gravesites inside
    ., k !,'. Camp Blanking. The tour is a rare I
    !; 1"J 1\ .: opportunity to visit these All-American
    'I'!" -\1.\ cemeteries, and those with family
    Sit,. members buried in this area are
    issued a special invitation.
    ..,', Those people in the northern partof
    -; Clay County are asked to meet at SaleNo
    the new courthouse at 8:45.: This
    . J group will leave for Camp Blandingat
    0 a.m.Otherwise,you are asked to
    .. meet the group at the flag pole at the
    Main Gate at Camp Blanding at Money Down. No Payments. I '

    :$ 9:45.Once inside the camp, the group No Interest.f -
    will travel by troop carrier to
    ,,,. specific cemeteries including. ,,'
    Beulah, OakGrove, Lakeside, Blue 'Til October 12, 19901"T !
    Pond,Stevens Lake,Conway and the
    ., POW Burial Ground. oro Wheel Horse helps you celebrate America's
    y 1 wtS Those who wish to join the tour are
    It reminded to wear comfortable summer holidays. Starting on
    S 1(11r" ( clothing and shoes. The group will
    share a dinner-on-lhe-ground so br- MEMORIAL DAY,
    Yr .VD q ing your favorite "old timey" food.
    ;t:. ,,. Paper vided. goods and drink will be pro- when you buy a Toro Wheel Horse tractor or riding

    1 mower, you get All-American financing.*

    Sty Lawtey Correctional bwUtatlon vocational Instructor Hilton Coleman points out With no money down, no payments, and
    the nnnnuj Uoom ol a Bat Plant.

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    As low as
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    the horticulture area.

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    .... ?$$ 8, 10 & 12 HP ModelsNo
    ::' Down Payment
    Y S I jliifelfiifi! < t t tt Monthly Payments

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    9r _l )
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    The All-American Sale lasts from May 25. 1990 to July 7. 1990.
    Interest begins to accrue on October 12, 1990. Financing plan
    available to qualified buyers only.Haven't .

    '" ,
    Inmate Ronnie Davenpwt water*plant In the LWCI horticulture area. '
    A top-notch unit $119900 you done 'rm' D' ; Wheel Bcrso.
    without a Taro'' '
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    Show This Saturdayby BRYAN'S

    Starke Hwy.301 S". 954-4642
    Sue Ellen Smith "It you can get busy using your
    ICT StaN Writer hands and grow something, mental.Seventeen I
    E Keystone Hgts.-Hwy.100- 473-4006
    Lawtey Correctional ly(the program)tends to help"Col- GAS & APPLIANCES .A
    Institution inmates spend their days, eman said.
    not behind bars but behind the nozColeman said the annual plant 1103 S. Walnut Street 964-7701 .. Melrose 'Hwy.21 N> 475-2400
    zle of a hose, the handle of a rake or show gives the inmates a chance to
    the wheel of a lawnmower as part of show off what they've learned along 190 W. Main Street Lake Butler 496-2564 Hardware And .
    ornamental horticulture with giving the public a chance to Interlachen Hwy 20- 684-2811
    program.the prison's And this Saturday the see the positive side of. the Inslitu- ;, ''Prtajiicing:! r ;:' va laf.r) l w.U"O! pp \( nr d".1 : Garden Centers

    public can see the fruits of their tion. ....
    "The show's of ____ __ ___ -
    S labors at the 10th Annual Plant more an open '" 11 11I'11..
    Show house," Coleman said "The inmates > T.> > T.T.T. .T.f.* r.T.T.TvT T.TT.T.T.T.F.T. T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T. T.T.T.T.T.T.T.T.r.T..,--
    "It's our chance to let the public get to talk to'the people and
    ':', know what we're doing and to see the people to the Inmates.,The public
    some of the work the inmates actual gets to see what's going on inside the
    ..; 1 said Hilton Coleman, voca prison other than just locking up
    ", tonal horticulture instructor at prisoners."
    LWCI. Inmates in the program are
    .. LWCI, a minimum security responsible, not only for raising and
    'prison, has offered an ornamental caring for thousands of plants, but
    r horticulture program to its inmates also for maintaining the landscaped
    ,:: since 1977. The program, Coleman horticulture area which includes a
    ,said, is designed to provide participating shaded tropical rain forest-like
    : inmates with vocational garden. r
    ;' skills in horticulture they can use to The program is also supplying
    get a job once they are released. Camp Blanding with shrubbery and STAINMASTER t
    "Believe it or landscaping is a other plants for the Camp Blanding 99
    very widespread job market, Memorial scheduled to open later $9
    especially in South Florida," Colthis year. 11 SCULPTURED '
    eman said. The 10th Annual Plant Show opensat
    9 a.m. Saturday and will last until
    And although the program is not 5 p.m. All plant show guests will CARPET
    touted as emotional therapy for inmates receive a Complimentary plant and Installed with pad
    the program does seem to refreshments. The institution is
    .have a slablizing effect on its participants located east of US-301 in Lawtey on
    Coleman said. SR-200B.
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    ret( I loo between Keystone Heights sr
    With the upi'onmu; opi-nmi; ul ,-mil btarke. For more information, +11 y7TWae ((904)) 462-5495 Year Limited Warrant
    Windsor Manor, the increased demand call 473-2178.
    for Certified Nursing
    Assistants has prompted Santa Fe BC Library Summer

    Community College Andrews Centerto Program Continues
    add a second Nursing Assistant
    course for the Suminrr P. in 1 \rn\ Thosixwvcks Sign on with Captain Book and be
    coWM1 I is sriii'd'ili'tl ID ; 'Summer; Bookaneer at the Brad-;
    begin on July :2 and will meet Inmi ito I ljid I County Public Library or on the
    5 p.m. For more information Bookmobile. Have a summer of
    please call 064-5302 adventure with special guests,
    crafts stories and films. Collect
    Bookaneer Booty "gold
    Cake Decorating Class doubloons, bookmarks, and reading youngpar ah.ma will be Oil their way to a pIC store ih Orange Parts Ita a j w w aka
    Set June 26 at VotechYou logs. I 'e all free! The following are -

    can have your cake 'and upcoming NUui #6-programs"Five Little: Monkeys," Birdsfrom ( )

    decorate it,too,at beginning and advanced special guest, Petty Officer Phil
    cake decorating classes being
    offered at the Bradford-Union June 28 "The Exotic Tropics," page IB
    Vo-Tech this summer special guest, The Staff of the Santa i.Will i.
    The beginning cake decorating Fe Community College TeachingZoo. Ringneck parakeets which Westcolt will come of her business when she
    class will begin June 26 and will said she sells to the pet store for begins college,and for now she plans
    meet from 7 to 10 p.m. Fees for this For more information,call or stop $200 about in$80 some, can stores.sell for as much as to keep the business going. :
    class are $15. by the library, 9644400, 105 E.
    The advanced cake decorating Jackson St., Starke. Westcott said she plans to major in "There's one coming up to take
    class is set to begin June 25. This agricultural communications al the the business over" Westcott said
    class will meet from 7-10 p.m.. Fees Area Residents Complete University of Florida when she nodding toward her nineyearoldsister
    for the class are also $15. All par- CourseThe graduates high school in a few Carrie. "So it will be around
    ticipants must come by the vo-tech Hospice Training <<; years.: She isn't worried ahi before the first night of class to pick Hospice of North Central
    up a list of supplies to be purchasedfor Florida recently held a three part Ramadan Hand Institute For Vacation
    the class. For more informationcall death education workshop: "Begin Opens Lake City Office Check theClassilieds
    964-6800. to Understand-Death and Dying -
    at the Santa Fe Community Ramadan Hand Institute Doctors' The Week of June 18-June 23WeWII1

    Keystone Air Show Takes College Andrews Center in Starke. Office opened a satellite office in ,. .
    Several area residents completedthe Lake City. The new facility, locatedat :
    Wing Saturday June 30 14-hour workshop and an addi- 407 N. Hernando St., offers !ift ; :
    annual Keystone Air Park Air Show will host the tional become six patient/family hours of training volunteersfor to medical congenital services deformities for injuries of the hands and ;} ',?g if Usual: :Monday;'June: : ,25.t: ; tJ L

    Keystone Saturday. residents of the community witha and feet. Hand surgeons A. Moneim
    June 30.The
    life threatening illness. Ramadan, M.D., Owen B.K.
    We,4Know We Appreciate Your
    event the Patronage
    sponsored by Cityof Arthur Sheddan of Lawtey,Vivian Osborne M.D. and Alain A.
    Keystone Heights and! producedby Browder of Starke,Carlette Smith of Czaykowksky, M.D., will treat pa-
    the Aero Club will in-
    clude Keystone Keystone Heights, and James and tients on a rotating basis. "Auto"
    rides, Warbirds
    helicopter airplane rides, military jets,aerial Particia be working Dufresnes with of the Interlachenwill hospice RHI Founded offers by comprehensive A. Moneim Ramadan cafe of, e.--. .....,.e.--- '-o.!). e....

    dogfights, WWI replicas Special team. They will offer a special way the hands and feet. From initial
    Forces displays, skydiving exhibitions -
    of caring through friendship, sup- diagnosis to emergency care, LAWTEY
    by Keystone Air Sports and assistance with patients rehabilitation, RHI P. O. Box 229
    balloon rides, and a model! iiirplane port surgery through by Micbael Brunetti,Manager I CORRECTIONAL
    show. .ind family needs. provides complete specialized care. Santa Fe Auto Parts Lawtey, Florida

    There will also be acrobatic 964-5644 INSTITUTIONExtends
    demonstrations World
    by Champion
    Ellen Dean Laser Master John BAiU SiiBiUiw i l
    O'Connell Citabria Clown Bob York the recent past,auto makers have an invitation to
    and Pitts Specialist Bill Hunter eliminated asbestos from the
    virtually attend the
    Admission for the show will be $5 J essifol'llyngeStarke brake linings of their can in order to ensurea :
    for adults, $3 for student. Children healthier environment. In its place,car r
    under 12 admitted free. The show manufacturers are using semi-metallic I(
    brake linings. Owners of front-wheel-drive 1OtftLnnualT
    Florida cars may have noticed that this switch in
    materials has resulted in an unsightly
    Police BeatThe "Where and Rock Lives" accumulation of brake dust on front j
    Country wheels. This is due to the fact that the
    front disc brakes work harder to stop a \
    front-wheel-drive car than do rear drum
    following arrests wen' made availableto Pant Show
    brakes. Spray-on preparations are
    by the Starke Police Department in TUESDAY LADIES NIGHT clean grit-covered wheel covers. These
    the past week: arc preferable to"dust shields"which can
    Cynthia Covington. 22 of Starke interfere with brake cooling,as well as the
    was arrested on June ))5 for retail Live Band secure attachment of the wheel to the hub. All Guests Receive...
    theft after she alledgedly took Complementary plant and refreshments

    several articles of clothing from the / Ladies Drink Free HINT: The accumulation of brake duston
    Dollar General Store in Starke. She Sfm-llfm
    -was"i released on recognizance the ", wheclcovers from disc-brake liningi is .' .....-., TT ... .,23.\.1 9 .
    q't.arir jii.Come city.lswayne. a normal occurrence and- ,*does.*;*not iV*f indicate! .7? "' ;
    brake failure. 9i
    It.; Mr.
    -, Edward McBride, 27, of : .o: o 0I
    Live Bani'WANTED .. '4 .trXM1 ,.,, w.wc'i, i .t# .
    Starke was arrested on June 15 for FAy-Stiturday Night -
    Brake dust may be unsightly,but low brake
    violation of court order. He was
    fluid can cost lives! This advice is brought to I GJ9. (Sid) Fortner David Newsom
    released on recognizanceMyra you as a service to motorists by SANTA FE Superintendent Educ. Prog. Mgr.
    Angelica King, 19,of Orange ALIVEHappy +ff -
    AUTO PARTS 660 N.Walnut Street(Stale
    Park was arrested on June 15 for Hilton C. Coleman
    Rd.16)in Surke. We have 91,000 parts ia
    obstruction by disguised Vocational
    a Instructor
    person HourMoii.FrL stock,and nm a complete machine shop AfIIfIg .
    and drunkeness. She was released
    service. Major credit cards honored. Our C i17 iIII wa Ah.
    bond of $750. Starling
    on a surety r
    Azell Sapp, 34, of Starke was ar- Camp Blandins Starke 4:00: mALL customers become friends and have kept us in ., Asst. Educ.Prog. ll gr. '111
    business since 1971 Please drive with serial
    rested on June 16 for retail theft. He DRINKREDUCED
    care on summer weekends! Open M-P
    bond of II
    was released on a surety
    $250. r; 8-6:00: ,SaL 8-5. Phone 9645644. f

    Fred Evans, 56, of Starke was ar- Hwy:16 := __ _
    rested for disorderly intoxication on .

    June recognizance 16 and June 17.released on l Block LiQhs From [!] 964-9995

    Stark..PL 32091


    "Come experience the difference1'

    Schedule of Services:

    Sunday 10-30 amSunday.Evening Morning Worship COUNTRY DAY

    Worship O O 1 1p

    Wednesday 7:30 pmCIRCLE Evening Worship- July 3rd. and 4th, 1990

    & ALUMINUM J. FENCE Downtown Keystone Heights and Keystone Beach

    .: COMPANY
    : CR 18 & Hwy. 100
    Greased Pig and Pole Contest
    i 473-9625

    : '." ""f Street Dance at KRA Fields featuring the Larry Mangum Band

    i r !A11.T.mes of Fenc. IDg.i''wi from 8 PM to Midnight

    i She y f ti ti1I ian BradfordChiropractic '
    t ''f.",S& .
    Center i WEDNESDAY July 4th \:

    WANTED .Starke Office Parade through DowntoWn

    5 HOMES 218 S. Walnut St. Fish Fry at Keystone Beach at 4:30: ;

    NEED PAINTING Next..the Chamber of Commerce:
    I ************* 964-4957 Live Entertainment noon until dark

    SAVE HUNDREDSOF Featuring First Coast Blue Grass,George Brit,Natalie Minor,Oak Grove Blue Grass &: Gretsch 68

    DOLLARS '..
    25% OFF PAIN CONTROLHeadaches ;
    r(((f. :.
    In The Park 'I4. ;
    ************* Neck& auLt/n On' the Beach
    Craft Show ((9
    AND SURROUNDING AREAS TO DEMON- Low Back& Leg INJURIES Baby Crawl ((10 am) Fry-(4:30pm( ) .
    -Work Related ; Fireworks
    AND Eating Contest (1 )
    WINDOWS FROM THE HOME IMPROVEMENT Personal 1-mile Fun Run- ((9 am) pm

    FRAME CENTER OR OFFER ANY OTHER GOOD FOR OWNER BRICK OCCUPIED,WOOD Auto Accidents Chicken Scratch ((1 pm) : L Volleyball tournament- (2 pm)

    HOME. WE ARE CELEBRATING 10 YEARS DR. W. DAVID SIKES Moonwalk Canoe Race- (3 pm)
    AND OFFERING GREAT SAVINGS FORA Flag,Ceremony- ((10:30) Eating Contest (3:30: pm)

    AVAILABLE WITH EZ TERMS. CALL Sponsored by Country City of Keystone Ndghts
    904-37W700, OR TOLL FREE BOO-726-0564. 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER For mot Information,mil 1800940.0036Paid ," i v
    I for by Out Clay County Tourist Development Council ".
    RESIDENTIAL ASK CONTRACTORS FOR TERRY RPOOS 73 Tara'Ot11e. -Mon.-Prl.lallHNOO Po- Bat:By Appointment ', .' ':,. ,

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    ". June 21,1900 TELEGHAP1I,TIMES it MONI'fOlt-B SECTION Page 78I

    I BC Jail ]Employee Files Harassment Complaint

    ... ., '
    criminal complaint which may that interviews and investigationwould employed at the Bradford County munications' Supervisor Brenda
    l wad to formal battery charges has continue through Wednesday Jail were questioned twice in privateand Dean all spoke with each of the com- Tell Us What You Want...
    been filed against a correctional officer June 20 and a decision would be under oath. plalntants and presented their findings
    formerly employed at the made after that as to whether for- Deputy Henry said the complaints to Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.
    Bradford County Jail by one of the mal charges would be filed.If lodged by the women included B-Section is a tri-county section. We try to
    six female employees who lodged Davis is charged and convictedof specifically: 1)) Davis tried to
    "complaints of sexual harassment the three battery charges which pressure them into sex, 2) offered Davis,who had only worked at the write the stories you, the residents of
    two weeks ago. are possible he could face to a them in exchange for sex,3)
    up money Bradford County Jail since March, to
    Michael Anthony Davis, 29, of year in jail and a$1,000 fine for each tried to kiss and hug them,4)touched was still on probationary status ac- Bradford, Clay and Union counties, want
    Speedville,was terminated from his battery charge. their breasts corded new and could
    any employee read and informed of happeningsin
    at the keep
    position Bradford you
    County Jail ii nrW first notified of the be terminated with cause. After the
    on to June the 12,after an investigation In- According to Chief Deputy Pat complaints on June 2, a Saturday, investigation, Deputy Henry recom- and around your area. You can help us by
    complaints against him was Henry,who conducted tho investigation and his investigation began the mended that Davis either resign or
    completed State on June 11. which resulted in Davis being following Monday, June 4, Deputy be fired. He was fired effective the telling us what it is you want to read about.
    Attorney Len Register said terminated from hi,.,lob six wo....., Henry Lt.Raymond Hunt and Com- following day,June 12.
    You can also keep us up to date on what you,
    I I' Starke Couple Arrested for,Growing MarijuanaA .
    : e your clubs, community groups or organizations -
    Starke ouple was arrested June and the couple renting;; the lot vj5s( mr-
    19 and charged with manufacturing rested and with that be of interest to
    charged growing are doing may
    cannabis (marijuana), acceding to cannabis. ENJOY THE COOL TOUCH OF
    Lt. David A. Aderholt, Intes gator Bruce Anthony DeVito, 30, and MAINTENANCE-FREE CERAMIC TILE THIS SUMMER \ otheIyou)? have an idea for a B-Section
    the Bradford County'Sheriff's Marney Cocuzzo DeVito, 22, of
    Department., Starke were both charged. Indoor-outdoor Replace your carpet with story or would like to tell others what's goingon
    marijuana plants n
    were Bruce DeVito released his
    was on
    located growing at a trailer park own recognizance. As of press Monusud Tile available near you, write B-Section Ideas, The
    south of Starke on June 19. The In a variety of colors.
    deadline on June 20, DeVitowas
    plants were 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 feet tall! still i in custody.- Marney- Don't our forget Pee Dee to ask Pavers.about Bradford County Telegraph, P.O. Drawer A,
    Starke FL 32091.
    I 2408 N. Waldo Road
    Florida Pest Control 377-5344

    and Roto Hoe

    Present .

    I .

    I of Starke

    a model : .


    weedeaterfor t +

    the Largest Grown Tomato in

    Bradford County...

    Mr. Johnson used the quality

    fertilizer sold the Florida Pest

    Control to grow this 341/2 oz

    Tomato ,.

    tsr. IAIr1m
    J ea 0r .

    'e '"Breast Cancer j V

    ; }: ScreeningMammogram

    X-Ray Testing j

    ...Breast Cancer is a leading cause of
    death in women in America.

    Women between the ages of 35 and 40 should

    have a baseline mammogram.

    Women 40 to 50 should have a mammogramevery
    1 to 2 years as directed by their physician.
    '. Women over 50 should have a mammogramevery
    year when feasible.

    By Appointment Call

    3839 State Road 218

    ." .. Middleburg, Florida 32068

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    301 LIQUORS & ,LOUNGE :

    2309 N. Temple 19049647771OPEN Ave. 1 Mile, N. of Starke : e Final Days ,of

    : SEVEN DAIS A WEEK :to%o%
    > k ,

    t.: ), ,/ i <. WEDNESDAY'S LADIES NIGHT

    Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pm-12:00am: :

    Short and Rose Marie .
    I :" Slim on Keyboards 6 a a a
    jj' a; <.< Wed., Fri., Sat. & Sun. Nights
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    I'' ic'e[ | ds : Family piece living room suite Excellent. con, 7

    Llfvtlm.ARA Salt Spring., Fl.Coast to dition. $1200 obo. 4731534.2tpd62l28 .
    Coast Afflllat. S3700.T. G. Cato. Prepare your,homo & sid& out...
    .' 473-3634. Itnc6-2t BEAUTY SHOP EQ'UIPMENT: Work
    FOR RENT &? YARD SALES PIANO-Chick.ring. Like n.w. Pecan stations,dryers,sink,eta 9647955. JiMSllilDWSrlAM
    ... --- finish li than 2 years Moving sal., 12
    + LAKEFRONT-Mrr on d..p clear lake MOVINO-Sofo, tool., furniture, riding B.neh Incl. $1400. 4736109. % PPtECOll PIZINO I OOANULE1 DUIIIA G tAtwWLE$
    ::-J 2BR/1V4BA polio A/C. swimming and mower etc. Friday 9 to 5.. Saturday 9 2tpd614.21 NOTICE CQ Kilts hrr la,r.Ift cli bu :Ki fhlasRl
    =:* fishing. 473-4186.3tchg6-7-14-21 to 1. 500 H.bron Av. Keystone TRAVEL TRAILER-AVION 27', Good con Efd $ ? = t4'a
    L DW TRAILER-26x52. 3BR/2BA. fireplace, H.Ights. Itpd6.21 dition. $1200. Small frM..r-$50. Bar CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. otgr
    r=t CH/A. Front/Back porch. Good condition SATURDAY-9 am.2 p.m.No early birds. rlrlgrator-SSO. LR Set (Early Am*r.) milled to the Lak. Region Monitor office ,* 99 l2r21
    : S400/mo., $200 d.p. 473.7472 Lots of baby Items. 8103 Gustafson Sofa chair 2 tobUs. $175. Hpd6-21 In writing and paid In advance
    : after 6 p.m. 3tpd6-7-14-21 Rood. 4732843. 1tchg2l unless credit Is already estobllihed
    : $/SR PRIVATI-A/C home on Silver Lok. OARAGI. WARSHOUSE-Clearonce Sale. HOMES FOR SALE with this office.MONITOR Protect Your Plants From
    =C:; Private, quiet and shady plus great Office d..k., chairs, dinette sets, full. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
    : swimming. 1-9O4-642-1483 473-3373. lie beds, tools, antique dishes, W. DW ON-1-Acr.-llk. new condition RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS!
    2tpd6-14-21 cloth., marquis with 8" letters ,only$7,000 down and ossum..xlst CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER DIY O 1 NULEI$ .
    : CARACE/DEN-1BOO Sq. Ft.. 3BR/2BA building materials (sheet rock total THE TELEPHONE. } N
    1st and 2nd
    r G.:::1 home. $475/mo. plu. dep. 2640195. shingles, mobile home siding lumb.r, of $333.48 for mortgage 38R/28A Unit. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m.Tu.sday It: twlrjar
    =.; 3tcho6-14-28 etc.). AND MORE. Saturday, Jun. 23, Only 31000. this prior to Thursdays publication. P I.Ctlon kg.irgepifidM, r tStY .tu+atprnt dian as I
    ::;-. SW 2BR/r/tBA-1V\, miles from redllght. Commercial Circle behind the Fitness -, LAKE GENIVA-On large portion of th.bk. Minimum charge$3.50 for 13 words '+r+E11Rt AMa iw units111sysuxt/ wtlES Ia.dNtp fit(tli
    :r'.i: $300/mo. plus d.p. 4734475.2epd6.14.21 Gym. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ltpd6.21WANTED ) e i! .. This 38R horn with a cabana then 13 cents for each additional word.If W4
    :. bath and covered porch w/boautlful bills or. mailed out there will b. a q
    ::. MELROSI 2BR-Unfurnlshed trailer. $250 >-: hardwood floors, LR. Fam.Rm., and $3.00 billing charg.
    '.' p.r month. 473-2593. 1tchg6-21 larg. eat-In kitchen. Owner will Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 PROTECT YOUR ENVIRONMENT.T
    : WALK TO LAKE-Good for young family. NEED A SITTtRt-For your elderly moth.r finance. $139,900. Keystone Ht.. FL 32656_'-. .____ CONSERVE WATER!
    3BR/2BA In Melroie. Playground ILgarog. or father? OR a nice place for th.m to SLEEPS AlL-On Gatorbone Lak. this
    ".. :. .. $325/mo. References. live?Coll NANCY at 473-4669 anytime. home Is a family retreat. Large 18x20 LOST MOISTUft: MASTf HIAV63 yf3fSAVE SS.00" ; .

    4753348. 1tpd6-21 4tpd-28/7-5-12 sleeping! area with detached garage. BLACK KRAMER-Gultar. Stol.n WATER BT 7050ftMlLX99 7ft, RMN8IRD BPRINKIEIR5.r$5.A
    -- FOR THE F-ROFESIIONAL-3BR/2BA WANTED. roommate. $45 will finance 42390In ;
    . Responsible 20x15 Owner
    ::: 2-story, 'lake view/access. Central per_k. 473-4868 or 475-1397 after Sp.m. $64,900.eating area Stark. If you have any Informationcall .[ pyl la>Fig+rbettuts vort a
    H/A. 4731136. 1tchg62l3BR 3tchg5.24.3t.614CH'LDCA.I.P.nan'r..r CUSTOM lUILT-on Whit. Sands Lake.This the Bradford Sheriff's Office at : '
    : Was *
    BLOCK-Home on beautiful lakefront 9646280. 1tchg6-21 $11.99 NOW $8,99BUY ;
    loving 2 story custome built home by Jim
    ; lot.CH/A. .extras) $600/mo.plus
    Many grandmother-type to core for my 6 Jameson Is only 2 yrs. old with a
    dep. Call 4737818. 3tchg6-2l-28-7/3 wk. old infant My home or yours, beautiful stone fireplace and large THIS ROTO-HOE SHREDDER,
    :... ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian gentleman Mon.Fri. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Non-smoker. open living! area. Large scre.n porch Get a YARD PRO 116 GAS TRIMMER
    of ,
    58 healthy
    year age References. 4730527. 3tpd6-14-21 $125.000.
    : happy and fun needs roommate to SINGLE GREAT GET-AWAY-2BR/1BA on Whit. FREE
    share my home at Lake Brooklyn I/ MAN,,WHITE.CHRIST1ANGENTLE-56 old, "needs Sands Lake Has nice waterfront and 5 HP Briggs A Stratton Engine
    2 ml. from new Millers Mall Keystone years 16x34 garage. $61,000. f"t' Shreds leaves,weeds peat ft other
    mate' to share In nice
    Heights. Total cost rent, utility expenses YOUR TOOTHBRUSH-ls all you n..d. organic matter to produce compost
    phone A/C onluy$150 per mo. peaceful home near Lake Brooklynand linens fvt Shift Manager
    Compl.t.ly furnished Including
    plus $100 deposit. Call Don. 473- new Millers Mall.Can Don.6 am house .I t. =820 BOTH
    and riding mower. This 2BR on Modal $64995
    to 9 30 Cost
    : p.m run SISuVMonth
    0301. 6 am DUO pm. 11
    for heat air, phone, and rent 473- Whit. Sand. Lak. Is a steal-$69.5OO. Positions 50014 VALUE ONLY
    2 BA.Clay County.Near town.$350/ PACKAGE STORE LOOKING for part HOMES-Coll Watson Realty Corp., TACO Available
    Mo. plus deposit. 473-2566. time clerk Honest and dependableonly K.y.ton.473.4816,G'Vllle.473-2272 or LOR1DA / rEST
    13 Jax 2821300. 1tchg614BEAUTIFULHome 'B ELL
    apply. 475-2593. 15
    2 BEDROOM TRAILER:$250 per month. on Oak-treed lot. Apply At: ,

    Clean. Near Melrose. 475-2593. HELP WANTED 3BR/1BA split BR arrangement. TACO BELL OF STARKE ONTROL
    13 Located on Whit. Sands. Many
    amenities. 473-7818. ...tchg6.14.21.28I S.301 a1WK4C' t .
    SERVICES NEEDED-Retired Person part-
    time. Apply In person-Melrose ,
    Package Store. No phon.calls pl...... --
    BABVSITTING-ln my home. Meals provided

    references available. 4737750.2tchg.6714 LADIES ltchc-6-21-N.ed extra $$$ to make ..nd.m..t There are big bucks

    Bill's edging.LAWN SERVICS-Mowlng.Call 4730163.4tpd67142128 raking., Christmas or. Around for summer the World vacation has Immediate ? for college in the LI'.k ii

    openings In your area. Great
    pay and work from your home. For Montgomery GI Bill.
    M I M MOWING-Any av.rog.lawn$10.
    details call B.cki.473.2704.2tchg6.21.28 2310 AM
    2tpd6-7-14 June
    Paying for college has never been
    ROOFING-AII types-shingling hot tar, i east)
    aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for free IXTRA COOK-Needed, fulltime.Buddy's But joining Army National Guard can DIV OF FORESTRY MAINT YARD -
    estimate. 4737073. 4tpd6-7-14-21-28 Lakefront Reitaurant n.ar make it a lot easier.You'll\ see a world of
    Melroie. 4682080. 2tchg621.28DISHWASHEIt.8ulbay HWY 90 E. LAKE CITY FLORIDA
    ROOFING AND REPAIR-Qualtty. work at needed fulltime.Buddy's benefits-like up to$5,000 in education ,
    reasonable rates. Call George at Lak.front Reitaurant near assistance. Plus an additional$2,000 en- - - - - - -
    475-2977 or 473-3480 (ham.). Melrose. 4682080. 2tchg6-21-28 listment bonus. Plus a Surplus; veh. & equip from Dept of Trans., Dept

    4tchgS3.10.1724.31M I M MOWINO-Any averog.lawn$10. FOR SALE minimum salary of$11,000 FLORIDAover of Ag. (Div. of Forestry) Game & Fish Comm. and
    473-4055. 4tchg5-17-6-7 the course of a six other State Agencies.

    MOTHER OF-2V4 year old will babysit In SATELLITE SYSTEM-repoxessed due todlvorc. year enlistment - - - - - -
    h.r Christian home. 103 Sylvan Way. .. Still und.r warranty. Nothing All for about two days r'l 12 Crawler Tractors (Cat D-4 & HIC TD-9)
    4737750. 2tchg5-17-24 down. $39/mo. 12721031. a month-and two weeks a Transport Trucks,4 Wheel tractors 50 Pickups,Including diesel
    FLOOR SAGGINDOOR'DRAGGINHOUSE SATELLITE SYSTEM-Like n.w. 6 mo. old year. Get started today Call &4 WID,100 Automobiles,20 Boats &Motors,Ramcharger,Jeep
    OUT OF with scrambler. Nothing down. SGT David Kirkland Americansat Cherokees,Misc.Equipment,Much,Much morel
    LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service $49/mo. 12721018.
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    r. June 30, l' am-3 pm. HuntIng 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD SATURDAY JUNE 23: 0 am til 3 pm. TIME SHARE UNITS-DISTRESS SALES 205 N. Temple. Starke
    i techniques, bow tuning, broad- blewide with all the extras. $19,000 Household and childrens Items. CR Cheap!) Cheap!) World Wide selec
    head and more. Bring your bows, balance and$1000 down.A..umethe 227 Graham/Brooker road, 1/4 ml. tions. Call Vacation Network today. 1- Cecelia Terwilleaar
    dot contest and free speed test. loan. Will pay to have moved to your west of US 301. 064-5471. 800-826-7844 NATL 1-800.826-1847 SPECIALS OP THE
    Braslngton's Trail Shop, 2331 NW lot. Call 373-3423 alter 4pm, or 964- 7SIDEWALK In FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10
    13th St, Gainesville. 3720521.CARSTRUCKS. 9115 during the day. 4 SALE:Southern Villas Apartments OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded KINGSLEY LAKE WATERFRONT RENTALS Story 4 Bedroom Horn and a 1
    1 TV SPECIAL: New 24x54 Only 19995. will be having a sidewalk sale lots river access. $5950 each. No Bedroom cottage for rent weekly. Call today and reterve your vacation week
    Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL, 1- Saturday,June 23.The sale will beginat money down $71.41 month. Owner.
    7555114. 4 9 a.m. and go until ???There will be 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN HOMES
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    >>VANS V ''i vrV"-" "jflst"' T HUGE FACTORY OUTLET: Many major many, many families participating In 10 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 4 BR, 3 1/2 IA. Over 2000 .f. CH/A, ceramic the
    ,??., brands. Save Thousands! Over 40 this sale so there will be a large 2 ACRE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS bath, on well manicured lot (.86 ac.) $75,000
    ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT S homes to choose from. Circle B assortment of everything. 7 Estate with membership In Club with HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beautllul view of Lake Samp.on.localed .
    VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes Homes, Lake City FL, 1-755-5114. FRIDAY&SATURDAY:Longchamp Sub pool, tennis, other amenities. Only Brlmwood
    In Point. 3BR/2BA Central Heal Insulot.dwindows
    Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Open til 7 p.m. 4 division. US 301. 3rd house on left 13500. Contact: Keyes, Rt. 2 Box pump
    Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext. 4 BR'S BIG 1990 28x70 With plywood TVs, microwaves, golf clubs. 297 F; Highlands, NC, 28741. skylights mahogany ext. doors, sunken tub ceiling font, 2205 SF
    A-17283. 2 floors, wood siding, shingle roof, plus 7 WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA MOUN- living room, 1537 SF wrap-around porch. Mutt tee to appreciate. Owneifinancing

    1985 CHEVY 4X4: 3/4 lon Short wheel free set-up and delivery.$290 per mo. t TAIN COTTAGE on large trout stream. to qualified buyer $105,000
    'BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM, 1'/, BATHS 2900 SF home 2 VI Acre of land. Call
    base. 964-8808. 2 Call Circle B Homes, lake City FL. 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA, on 1.33 ac. woodedlot. on
    1968 CHEVY SPORT WINDOW VAN:6 1-755-5114. 4 Sam W. Jones & Son Realty, today for details.PRESTIGIOUS .
    cyl., 3 spd. $650 080. Call 954- BANK REPOS: 1985s and Up. Double- Collect. 704-321-4911. 10 HOME In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA, fireplace'; wood floors
    3728 or 964-3064. 2 wldes $1,000 down payment; slnglewldes WATERFRONT: Crosby Lake, two lots COOL NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS: Many extra 609 W. Call Street $125,000
    1987. MUSTANG GT:Maroon, Kenwood $500 down payment. Everyone adjacent 100 fronting beautiful fish- Homes, lakefronts, farms, mountaintops 'COUNTRY CLUB AREA:3BR/2 BA, brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub immaculate
    stereo syst, excellent cond. Still can buy bad credit or no credit. Ing, boating lake. Large trees. Private lots, creek fronts. Investment condition. $125,000
    under warranty. $8,000 OBO. 964- Call Circle B Homes, Lake City FL, road. Secluded. $22,000 each. Century properties.Call-Free Brochure, 1-800- BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping. 3BR/3BA
    2384. 2 17555114. 4 21 Country Lakes Realty, Randy 5627073. Panarama Land Co.. Hay- Must tee to believe I Call for Detail
    1867 MUSTANG COUPE: Runs good. 1985 FLEETWOOD: 2 BR w/add on. 1 Frazee, 18004324595. 9 esville N.C. 10LCR NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the' country. Hardwood floor, with 5
    '$1300.00.964-8175. 2 BA. 14x55. Call 964-8808 anytime. acre of' land.Home I priced to sell Call Today
    WANTED:1963 to 1970 Chevys.Restoration 4HANDVMAN BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY CEDAR 8 STONE home on 4 1/2 acre Only 4 yrt. old. 2
    projects. 964-8175. 2 SPECIAL: Older 24x60. BR, 2 BA w/huge loft upstair All appt. nn-Alre.. bathroom ceramic tile,
    1968. FORD PICKUP: 6 cyl., runs good Livable could use some work. 4 BR, !Pffrpp kitchen quarry tile.Sep. mud room, 1-lg. porch In front craened-ln back sunroom
    : $500. 964-5323. 2 2 BA.Large windows.Must be moved. w/addl'l. carport Call today!

    .. 1982 BUICK CENTURY: PW. power Make offer Will finance with small c<*( FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD Beautiful block home on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3
    door locks,' air conditioned. Automatic down payment 782-3949.4 BR/2 BA. REDUCED to $79,000A

    transmission.1000.Call 964- WONDERFUL 3 BR HOME In the country with 4 acres. Beautifully maintain
    5381 after 6 p.m. 2 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 ed. CH/A. Must see to believe Call today for an appointment
    oJ 1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior

    .. good tires,302 fourcaptain chairs, MOBILE HOMES
    sofa, AC/AT. PF PB. PL Good
    condition. $5500. 782-3660. TFN HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES: w/2ffx30' pole barn, nice neighborhood Coll for
    patented device controls fleas In the As Low As: details
    78 DODGE ASPEN:: Call 964-6961. home without Pesticides. Results MUST SELL 3 acre with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliance.
    GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY septic tank, well. Call today for detail.

    i $100. Corvettes, Chevys, Porches, GOLDKIST. 6 85% CASH-OUT REFINANCING BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDEi On 1 Ac. Underground pool, double cor.
    and other confiscated properties. For REGISTERED BRAHAMAS: Calves and port garage, huge glaued-ln sunroom, large utility room. Doublewide hoe
    Buyers Guide, 1-800-624-6937 ext bulls all ages. Very gentle. Prices been remodeled to look like a house you must see It to believe It I

    ends.2729. Also 2 open evenings and week- vary.0679.6 Days 1-752-5161eves.1-752-; Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. Assumable MOBILE HOME ON 2.S ACRES with above ground pool. Very well kept!

    '73 AMC JAVELIN Runs Classic. mortgage.
    : good.
    AKC COCKER PUPPIES: 2 female 1 Starke Office
    $700. Call after 3 pm 282-9264. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
    male. Black and white, sire and dam
    : 1980 DODGE ST. REGIS: Good condition !- Ph. 9643739HAROLD
    can be $150 each. Call 782-
    seen. FANTASTIC INVESTMENT 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential
    r $900 or trade for van. 964-3814. 3314. K. DAVIS Er P. O. Box 568 starke- FL
    3300 SF Retail store and living quarter. Asphalt driveway French drain
    2 PONY FOR SALE:Excellent kids,very Licensed Mortgage Located Longchamp Bldg.. system. teverol well, and septic tank Price Reduced to Sell)
    1985 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER: Runs small Broker ... .....,, US 301 South
    miniature Palamino $300; also xa u. Londor
    i COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 .R, 2 BA Stucco Home In City limit Zoned commercial
    best offer. 4682440.'COtdME'RC .
    great. or Syr.oldQuarterhorse,red mare.Good
    across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W.
    at horse show. $600. 9645323..
    t. PERTY -2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 en SR "-II Great investment, call today
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    FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED HOUND.Wehave amale,full blooded Country Club Estates Starke
    ; 1000 cq ft fast food location across redbone bloodhound. Would like to -IN CITY LIMITS: 3 bedroom, 1 bath stucco ho..... Owner finance, great rental
    from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8348. evenings property MUST SEE!
    breed for if have a
    puppy you puppy
    473-3627 TFN 3n1"RBTAIt'9HOWROOMWAREHOUSE for sale. Please call 9645647. Handsome, White Brick Home on Large Corner Double Lot. OLD CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In City Limits on .75 Ac. Fixer-Upper $19.995
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    I Ib...:. :aol ; WP\I1\ 1hf9 uf,)USED IoWANi8D4ereisnparv'GAS"REFRIG'ERAtOrr= ail kfP82-f b. Cedar Fenced, .. **. *. ., M LOTS ACREAGE<

    ..Ilil> '1n .JF't> .'fh W Ylfr, f .. nn '" r to ', G'J"1o"'rrl .: .. ." I 6'. < Deckini.1 ". "" .r" '.'" ,' TWO lOTsY'Ready to build on.:Boutifullocation. Lakewood Estate? A very
    20 x 40 Pool with 600 Sq. Ft. of prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more Information.

    -2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot HO'xl4O'. Ready to develop. In.
    Automatic Chlorine Maker.
    vet today for tomorrows future.
    GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lot. In city limit ready to develop. Call today -
    Automatic Kreepy Krauly Pool Cleaner. ,

    Master Suite with Sunken Garden Tub. '-20 ACRESi Fantastic investment w/2. 4"wells. septic tank 3 acre fish pond,
    'many extras. Priced to move.

    2 Guestor Children's Bedrooms each with own vanity. to19 PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE Wt Owner financing. Coll today.
    03 AC. ON FORSYTH ROADi Great location for a beautiful ho..... Call today
    Large Guest Bath. -30 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced In, loaded with pine. Great Investment.
    Located In Lowley area.
    Sunken Wet Bar/Breakfast Bar. FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N. 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine .
    tree. Hwy frontage of 400'opprx. 1.1'.2' septic tank( fenced pond. Call
    r Large Fieldstone 2-sided see thru fireplace. Today'

    Central Heat & Air.

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    J I EQUAL HOUSING. fy t REALTOR Central Vacuum System. I Anne Terwillegor Brown . . . . . 473-7541

    t Susan M.: Faulkner, GRI. CRB President/ Recently carpeted, ceramic tiled and wall-papered. Cecelia Terwillegor . . ... . . . ..9647776A

    x ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. Beautiful landscaping.

    .,.. Located Hwy. 301. blocks.South,of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette st. Greenhouse. .

    i Immaculate Condition.
    *BR/2 BA IN CITY Fireplace In living room, 2 window AC', alto chain link
    f.nc.d. This home has many extra 71-90 Price Bank appraised amount 1989. a a 8 a a 8 a a a .
    .' SELLER ANXIOUS: 2.45 Acre with,3 BR/1 BA MH. Priced to ell at aa

    .4 $26,000. 53-90 First Mortgage 8 3/4% assumable.
    ; *4 ACRES N. OF LAWTEY with 3 BR/1 BA Home, CH/A. alto has 2 BR/1 BA .Accelerated
    .I i .r' trailer FOR RENT OR IN-LAWS. 36-90 Owner Terms. Realty, inc.
    : I *BEAUTIFUL LAKI LOT Live on Sampson lake, lot ,Is 100'x720'. 64-90
    *,INCOME PRODUCING Chicken Farm with 3 BR/1 BA Home on 8 acre inStark. Appraisal states "Kept up well with no signs of neglect."

    .. 56-90 :
    *1 LOTS Each 75'x20ff with 'lake prlviledge., all 3 lot*, $7800. 28-90 Call 964-8384 or 964-8200 for appointment. 964-4544 a

    '.211/2.A IN CITY On 2 Acren. This can be mode Into 3 BR. 5-90 301 S.
    I BEAUTIFUL WOODED CORNER LOT Country Club Estate OwnerFinance 1St:

    20.90 LAVERN H. OUTLAW a Starke,. FL __
    GREAT PLACE TO'START OR RETIRE 2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Separate laundry -

    .-. home, 2.5 Acre full attic with stairs 20'x24'workshop or garage. 38-90 a
    *1 GREAT BUILDING LOTS: or one FANTASTIC building. Priced for quick ..ale.I .. ,. OUTLAW %/Homes VLot v/Acreage vWatwfrontNCommerclal
    Owner financed. 89-89 fttaay Thinking oil I>uyin9 orseifins? Calf us! a /Farms a
    .LARGE *' Almost new Doublewide mobile home on one acre. Assumable Evenings Weekends .
    Mortgage or up to 90. percent new financing to qualified buyer 3 BR/2 9641522STARKE. I S.E. 35TH STREETS A.Frome CH home, 3 BR/2 BA. Family Room Laundry
    BA. .. '2-90 .n. You Full Service Real Estate Office a Dm.. 10.16 Wood Utility Bldg. "'w/Water... Electricity. 2.79 Ac.
    *3 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE ON 1.5 ACRES Assumable mortgage to qualified HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm Frame House with Well and Septic. 3.8

    buyer. 25-90 Acre I j
    EXTRA LARGE: 28'x32' Doublewlde on 1 Acre, 3 BR/2 BA. CH/A loaded a DALEWOOD SUBDIVISION 3 BR/2 BA Ct Home, Family Room, CH/A. a

    with extras .too. .many.. to mention. Financing available to qualified I IHEALTOH Range Refrlg. and Dishwasher IBOO SF. landscaped lot.
    buyer. 192-89 a SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick, living.! Dining S Family a
    15 ACRES on CR 225 Lowtey. a great investment for 32000. 175-89 Rooms. CH/A. 2310 SF, Porches. 2.' Acre

    *74 ACRES. OF CLEARED PASTURE, All fenced, 3 BR/1 BA Home will tell all ordIVld. Ch rl >rynrt C 3a 2S, COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/2 BA Frame Ilvlng-Dlning-Kltchen Combo
    .. 62-90 a w/Snack Bar, Den, Screened Porch 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared

    .CITY LOT: 301'xN2'Can be divided- City utilities available 12000. 69-90 Appraisals (or ResFdencfr Farm *Comrnercfar Business I Spot for Garden. ,
    >PRICE REDUCTION Mutt tee this 4 BR/2. BA with pool Beautiful Acret.large ] 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 Vi BA CB 8 Frame, large Family Room LaunI a
    51-90 I dry Room, Nice lot. .
    *ONLY garage.S38.SOO: Walking distance to hopping, 3 BR/1 BA CH/A. 68.90 PRICE In Starke'REDUCED Fine! I 11 I IExcellent Neighborhood' I NEW BRICK HOME 4 BR/2 BA, Stove- Being' : a Dishwasher Sun Deck,
    *LARGE HOME IN TOWN 4 BR/2 BA. Workshop In back 72-90 Buy a 2240 SF. W.III Septic. 1 Acre. a
    3/2 On Corner Lot. Nice Outside
    *HWY It WEST Small acreage. Owner financing. 76-90 OFFER Storage Bldg. 6 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY :3 BR/1 BA A-Frame w/Porche All
    LAWTEYt 2 BR/1 BA, good starter home. Only $25,000. Owner financing WE WANT AN Round 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well i Septic. On Paved
    a a
    poitlble. 168-89 .SR 6w Gorg.ou.- /W:3i2.: CH/A.' All. Appl. Pool, 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI Road.
    *HWY 301 SOUTH Welding and Equipment Repair Alto paint shop and bottled I QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story Stove ft Refrlg.. Elect.
    tale*. Nice large workshop barn with 7 acre Immaculate 3 BR/2V4 Inexpensive a Heat Window AC Well t Septic I Ac,.. a
    A, ,
    BA, pool, many extra Call for a private thawing. 191.89 rge. CHURCH STREET 3 BR/1 BA Frame ( Brick. CH/A Range, Refrig..
    **3 ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Well.
    GREEN ACRES 3 BR/2V4 BA brick veneer Owner will conilder [ Dishwasher t Fan, Nice Comer lot.
    195-89 *40 ACRES H.avy timber Highway frontage, Lawtey area. a LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA Frame, Screened Porches, 14x16 Utility
    financing. *LAKEFRONT Fish 8 Swim. Wend Furn. Sandy beach.
    *JUST OFF 100A 3 3/4 Acre b.outif ul/wooded. Owner financing. 200.89 Building Well > Septic.
    *HWY 301 NORTH Jut off Hwy, I block 7 unit. 'raved parking. Each unit +37 ACRESwoublewlde. Close to Lawt.y. Will divide. a I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 8R/2 BA Doublewide Mobile Home CH/A, a
    Buyer I
    I has own CH/A. Purchase or leate. <\ 201.89 Stove A Refrlg. Graham Area.
    IARLTON BEACH Residential Building lot. lake Prlvlledget. 204-89 *CONNERLV ESTATES SR 16 W. Stucco, 3/2 CH/A, F.pl. D/W Rge. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,
    *HWY 301 NORTH:Approximately 30 Acre. 205-89 *4.7f ACRES Will, 2 septic, older MH optional. a I WALNUT STREET Two Building Suitable for Small Business.

    *LAWTEV 3 BR/1 BA Home on approx. 3/4 acre b.aullful.hoded lot, priced BRICK 3/2CH/A, walk to hopping, quiet neighborhood. I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway, plenty warehouse space
    I to tell at $28,000; 207-89 BEDFORD LAKE 2/1, CHI A, completely turn. Nice. 100300. HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Horn*. 12.60 Mobile
    '.SALVAGE-YARDS With,:9$ .Acre., ha office, 2 garagYr 1I iiI ifll", Extra') NEAT I CLEAN 2/1. Heat 8 Air. Make appointment to .... I Home, 4Ox60 Auto RepartrSttoo, 3 Septic TaXk* and 4 Well w/Pump on
    *STARK HISTORIC Renov. 68R/3112.... 6 Duplex. 1 Ac. 1 *
    building,ed cor *ole.. J : 4-9O fplc. 3 Acres. > -
    HWY 301 NORTH Garage Building tale or leom '-4. 8-90 BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brick A cedar form ho..... 4/21/2.A on 36 Acre a I EAST CALL STREET N J.effete Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist, Pro. at

    .CALL STREET EAST BuildingI' ''ei SJ for Kile. 9-90 *IN STARKE CB. 3/1. CH/A. 1200 plot SF, 110x110 lot. I tic.
    REDUCED-Cedar home. Franklin .stove CH/A rge., refr., orrl acre. SELECTED PROPERTIES
    OVER S AC Brick 4/21/2, CH/A fplc ever 2100 SF. All appliance / a 1 40 ACRES! ICon be purchased. In 20-Acre Tract, Planted Pine, Near
    ; Call One qfiOur Professionally WATERFRONTiCrotby Lake canal. Doublewide, CH/A. Rge., Refrlg. 1 Lawtey.I .

    Trained StquTodaYo 0964-ts069 *FARM HOUSE 8 BARNS on 3 ocret. Good area. Close to Slor..... I HOME BLDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W City Water 8 Sewage Owner Financing. a
    *2 STORY CEDAR 3600 tl., 3 BR 3 BA CH/A 2 F.PI. rge.. refrlg.. D/w. Nice I HOME BLDG. LOTS Shady Oak S/D Broofcer.I .

    ., After Hour Call These Realtor Associates: CRYSTAL LAKI HOMESITEi3 BR.CH/A, rge.. reg., fplc 1300 SF 1 I FOUR S-ACRS TRACTS Breaker. Hwy. Frontage Owner Financing.
    ac. REDUCED a (THREE 2.ACIIIIIIVlltfIlONT LOTs Breaker. Owner Financing.
    Irene L. FuOkner..964-5142 *US 301 SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus acre AFTER HOURSaJune

    Darlene Godwin..488-2SO3 lAWTEY AREA Brick A Cedar 2 story, 'lanced. 2 barn, 20 Acre a I Wayne Douglas9644591 Bill Dodd 740S
    e Warren 'Woody' Rytler..964-9O4O GOOD INVENTORY Building lot, lake lots, commercial property acreage. | Novi.Word -961-7454 BIN Gnenn.944-444 a

    Thomas (Tom) Groan.....964-6786 We Invite Inquiries On Our Of >Listings
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    I' .- .- ',;', '.." ',' : m ... .t. .. $41/hourl For application info,call CB homo.Living room dining,kitchen, Residential and Commercial reason
    H t r..on'iSALE\; \ o :FORi'SALE.: "', .. .. .. .. ., \ bar. Screened In back small In Houses Pools,Mobile Homes,
    l. 7 15 porch
    _- ". ,_.. _0. 0 ,- .""..- ". .. 'F .:.: "' ,"" ':'" 0 .. ; 10pm days. & S
    MEAT CUTTER: Experienced, full time. pool. Fenced backyard bam w/oloc- Businesses Call R PRESSURE
    MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,AS LOW AS FARM EQUIPMENT-TOTAL LIQUIDA- 2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely Keystone Heights area.Call 904-473- tricity. 964-5647. 16 WASHING. Randy 964-3477/964-
    $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 864- TION:Every piece reasonably priced. furnished with washer and dryer 4982 15ATTENTION STARKE CITY LIMITS:$7,500 buys 2 BR 5610 or Stefan 964-2231.tfn
    6946. 12ALUMINUM New4610 Ford diesel tractor,Hi-Clear Central heat and air all electric $300/ : HIRING! Government jobs home plus extra building lot. Call 904- 17
    NEWSPAPER A-V Farmall, 300 gal. fiberglass pull month plus deposit. Rent from June 1 your area Many Immediate open- 372-6881. 16 STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
    PLATES Measures 24x36 sprayer, 8 ft disc, 2-row fertilizer dls- thru Sept 30 only.Call Castle Properties ings without waiting list or test. FOR SALE OR LEASE BY OWNER: 5 SALES AND'SERVICE: All makes
    Inches.S.SO each. Great for patchingand trib.,3-pt. broadcast spreader.3-pt.5 U.S.A., Inc., licensed real estate i 1784069485. Call 1-602-838- BR 2 1/2 BA Home. 2200 sf. Living and models cleaned oiled and ad-
    repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. ft. mower, farm trailers, green plant broker. 964-5065. 13 8885. Ext R-11006 for employment room, dining room, den. Fully fur- Justed $15. New and used sewing
    Call St. Starke. 12 ers. Cole planters, spare parts and FURNISHED ONE ROOM COTTAGE: directory. 15 nished, wash house with washer &' machines Hwy 233 A 16 (Morgan
    NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLL- access., and misc. equip. Call 964- Sleeps one. Utilities included. $200/ ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start dryer.Call964-6200or964-8413after Road)964-8733 TFN 17
    ING MOTORS 1989 and 1990 mod- 6524 for info. 12 Mo. On Hwy 100 South. Call 964- SI 41/hourl/ For application info, call 5 p.m. 16 CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free estimam. -
    els.Belowmostdoalers 100% 27 ROUND ABOVE-GROUND SWIM- 7255. 13 16028388885.Ext M.1 1006.6 am- ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES .. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
    financing available.MarmeSales Toil- MING POOL with deck and all equip- 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH BRICK HOME: In 10 pm 7 days,for employment directory from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
    Free 1-800-544-2850, 5 days, 8 am- ment. 964-8782. 12 the country. Unfurnished no pets. 15 property.Repossessions.Details,call TFN 17ALTERATIONS
    5 pm CST. 12 24X4' POOL: Only 1 yr, old. Completewith Energy Elf. $400/mo., $200 deposit. OLAN MILLS has several Immediate 1-602-838-8885 Ext W-17283. : zippers, hems buttonholes -
    HANOI HOUSE 'PORTABLE buildings, filter, vacuum and chemicals. Now taking applications 964-5734. openings for telephone sales people.No 16 patches.eto. Drop off and pick
    storage buildings, garages green $1500 new will sell for $850. 964- EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Low Rent. Air experience necessary.Also needa 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH WITH POOL:Lots up. '7 days a week,7am-8pm,964-
    houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy 8147. 12 conditioned. Clean. No dope or drink- messenger for light delivery work. of extras. Real nice area. Call Harry. 5587.:Plnehurst Variety across from
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    301! South 964-8848 TFN '0 ) Ing. South of Starke on 301. 964- Apply to: Mrs. Doyle Starke Motor 964-8061, In mornings. No down .Southside Elem.. Hwy 100 -TFN
    1212X21 i FOR RENT" ]i 5687. TFN 13 Inn Starke FL. starting Mon. June payment 16 17PROMOTE
    CARPORT $990.NO DOWN _riFURNISHED,' ::, ''''' I; : '''.''h:... I TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $225 25,5pm-9pm.Tues.-Fri. 9 am-1 pm & FOR SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA den with WORLD PEACE:Australian,
    "'' "
    PAYMENT.Hund! House portable per month, $100 deposit. Call 964- 5-9 pm. EOE, M/F 15 fireplace, screened frontporch large European, Scandinavian, Yugoslavian
    buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities 8614. 13EFFICIENCY PART TIME/FULL TIME NIGHT AUDI deck. Carpet. Large lot 964-6499. high school exchange students
    8848 TFN 12 paid. From $37,50 up weekly. APARTMENT: Temple TORS: Apply at Days Inn (formerly TFN 16 arriving In August Become a host
    BLUEBERRIES: U-Pick. 75 cents/lb. We MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. Motel Starke. 964-7357. 13 known as Econo Lodge). No phone 3 BR/1 BA BLOCK HOME near school in family for American Ir.tercultural Stu-
    pick 1.00/lb.. Call 964-6414 Dana Starke in front ol Post Office. TRAILER IN COUNTRY:Clean carpeted. STRAILREPSTAURANTIN Lawtey. $12,000 and assume mort- dent Exchange. 1-800-SIBLINQ..
    Shane or Morgan Reddish.FRESHCUTALICIAHAYIN 13VACATION 60x14, 2 BR. Large living room and LAWTEYIsnowtaking gage. CA/CH, Call 782-1191 or((407) 17CALL
    12 RENTAL Rent on beautiful kitchen; nice yard; quiet area. One applications for Waiters and 3803366. 16 THE BEST PARTY LINE in Amer-
    ROLL.Mulch St.Augustine Beach.Park homes with child max. Meng Dairy Road and 21st Waitresses. Exp. preferred but not Ical Meet new friends. Talk or Just
    for landscaping 782-3140. tfn large dock everything furnished.Day, St. $245/per mo. plus deposit. 468- necessary. Apply between the hoursof {SERVICES' listen 1-900-999-7979.24 Hours 7

    12 week or month. Pool, tennis, ocean. 2305. 13 2-5 p.m. No phone calls please. PERSONAL..,", M .,,>. ". .. .. days. $.95/minute. $2 first minute.HANDY .
    23,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER: Win- Call Bobbie. 1-471-5636. 13 TRAILER LOT IN COUNTRY and 2 BR 15RNs : .:: : : ,: : :; 1 17

    dow unit $250. Call 964-6569 after 4 LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES:Kitch- trailer for rent. Call 964-3728. LPNs. CNA/HHAs needed Immedi- LAWN MOWER REPAIR: Quick repairs; MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting,
    p.m", ask for Shirley. 12 enettes available. 782-3332. health Com- Plumbing Electrical Decks Additions,
    ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APART- ately for home nursing. low prices.Wall's Small Engines, 224
    : MENT: Clean and quiet. Adults only. petibvesalanes Call 1-800-940-7706. Washington St., by railroad tracks, Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.
    stations, dryers, sink, etc. 964-7955. HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 830 N. Temple Ave., Houck Apts., 15ATTENTION 964-7528. 17 Local references.Woody Hewitt, 964-
    964-9424. 13 POSTAL JOBSI! Start 5405. TFN17
    FOR SALE: Excellent condition, 1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 $11.41/hourl For application Info, call NOTICE! William leroy Hln.. will nolonger EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch andcare
    $500.Call 782-3500,or 782-3869 alter MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY be responsible for debts Incurred -
    [ ( : 1-602-638-8885 Ext W-17283.,6am- by Ruby S. Mines, effective Jun.6, for your Infant in my home. All
    CABLE 964-
    FLOATING 6pm. DOCKS 12 OR MATERIAL to 7498 WATER TFN SEWER.13 : '1. P'\NA ::t.9'. 10pm, 7 days. 15COMMERCIAL 1990. 6/14 3tpd 6/28 BABYSITTING shifts. 964-3521.IN MY HOME:17 Saratoga

    757-5810. SUBDIVISION
    Very portable. : Mon.-Fri.
    JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: Heights, 22 years experi-
    12 lots for rent water and sewer furnished Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable
    available in several ence. 964-7562. 17
    CANCELLATIONS: Pay balance due. All cable tv available. 782-3333 will Openings train. For info call 708-742-8620 areas,, prices,also drain line repairs.Starke. NOTICE: William Leroy Hines will no
    steel TFN 13 964-8121. TFN 17
    buildings 30'-60'-12'$6990 40'75'12'
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    ext. 362. 15 longer be responsible for debts Incurred -
    $9295 50'-50'-14' HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for
    : $8990; 50'- RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs by Ruby S, Hines, effective
    200'-16'$26,980. FOB. Other sizes rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial, June 17I
    welders with mechanical ability.Apply 6. 1990.
    call Bob. 1-800-432-7497. 12 TFN 13 home units from 19900. Lamps,
    14' FIBERGLASS BOAT, 15 hp Evinrude STATE EMPLOYEES,need a home closeto person 8.30-4: pm. at lotions, accessories. Monthly pay
    Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Indus- CHILD,days, from early to late. Rea-
    trailer '73 FORD work? We have clean mobile
    motor galv. ; PICKIP your trial Park 16 East Green Cove ments low as$18.00.Call today FREE sonable. 964-2337. 17
    Hwy ,
    F250, 360 motor: ALUMINUM TOP- homes available call 468-1323. TFN color catalog. 1-800-228-6292.
    PER (fits LWB. Theressa. Dirt road 13
    across from landfill, one mile. Phillip 1021 W. PRATT STREET: 3 BR 1 BA
    Leonard Box 703. 12 with screened porch,family room,fireplace your area. $17,840-$69,485. Will sweep roof and dear for a reasonable :
    838-8885, Ext R-17283. 15 POSITION AVAILABLE SEWING FLOOR SUPERVISOR $15.00 for small home $20- 1,
    COLONIAL FULL SIZE DAVENPORT, fenced backyard. One years
    AUTO MECHANIC:$10.50/hr.Yourarea.No $25 for large home. Call Willie at 964- i
    earth color;Maytag washer;Kenmoregas lease deposit. $400 month. 964-
    For information 2132. 17ADOPTION
    Bement dryer 1221; all in Bradford fine condition.St... Ph. 964-T.H. VACATION 8073 tin RENTAL 13: Franklin N,C.. 2 experience, call 219-769-6649.necessary. ext. FL-- Apply at Vogue Mfg., 710 S. Water St. (S.R.I00 E) Starke : Loving married couple I
    714. 15ATTENTION to share home &
    6439, days 12 pm to 2 pm. Evenings BR furnished cottage w/deck. Nice yearns family city
    EASY WORK EXCEL: farm house with newborn.
    Convenient : country
    anytime. 12 mountain view. to attrac I
    LENT PAYI! Assemble products at Help with expenses. Call Joan bP7eters
    MARY'S VARIETY tions. $200Avk. 964-7210. TFN
    THEIR DOORSI SHOP Will sell IS one CLOSING piece or 13 home. Details call 1-602-838-8885, Ya! f f fa f f"f fa f fi fi fi hi3i fa f>.faYa f>'fa fi Fi;fa fa f YaYa f> f>.f>.f a!>Ya""fa l4fiJK attny. 600-221-6489 (R305)).

    all that is in the store.I'm tired of it and 1 BR. 1 BA HOME ON ONE ACRE. 4 Ext. W-17283. 15 I
    ready to do something else. Can be miles from Starke. Quiet neighborhood ATTENTION: EARN MONEYTYPINGATHOMEI i HEALTH INSURANCE: Most preexisting ,
    income conditions covered after six '
    reached at 964-2300. 12 May rent to own. Please call 32.000/yr potential.
    BLUEBERRIES:In Lawtey.Nice firm andIn 373-9536 leave message for Joni. Details call 1-602-838-8885, Ext.. W- TREE AND STUMP months guaranteed renewable.In and I
    season. 782-3344. 12 13KINGSLEY THE ITY'OF STARKE-Is accepting op.plications outpatient benefits. Also senior citi- ,
    SECRETARIAL DESK with typewriter LAKE: 2 BR, 2 BA Double- for she position of lobor.r In zen medicare insurance. Call 1-800- [I
    pedestal $50; storage cabinets $50; wide. Central air, dishwasher. Private the Sanitation and R.fus. Department, REMOVALs 633-1892, mention this ad. Ii'

    computer desk $75; computer desk, pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- Th. minimum requirements are .,,- '. ., ,, . ., o' ..-. WANTTO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI:1::1'
    $50; typewriter table $20 and more. 4339. TFN 13 graduation from an approved high f- NESSI WANT TO STOP? THAT'S I'
    Can be seen at 343 North Walnut 3 BEDROOM. 1 BATH CONCRETE school or a G.E.D. Applicant must hve f: fEic nsedJ I1t's1t4ed :, OURSI) Alcoholics Anonymous '
    Street. 12 BLOCK HOME:Carpet.eat-In kitchen a valid Florida Chauffeur's license. Applications ( ,0 3619. 964-4150. 964-8614. 17 964'I'I'i
    cental heat and air, front porch rear will b. received until 5 p.m., BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited !
    deck, Inside utilities.$375/per month Friday, Jun. 22 1990. Apply at the City r> 'Attorney instructed. Home Study Fin. [I
    1. V i// A.e. ; $400 deposit-, year lease. 4 miles of Starka City Hall Personnel Office* .It i 1..0;_ _. !..... 9 4-9300 J *AldT Free Catalog''. SCI, 1-800UB69-
    : .. north of Starke on US 301 to N.E.50th 20* N. Thompson St., Starke. Fla. 6/14 ;k:. 255517TlP .:a" i

    POP-UP CAMPER: 1975 Bon Air sleeps East to dead end turn right follow ",I
    6.A/C and heat.. 1800. Good condi- signs. Showing Friday and Saturday,
    tion. Call 964-5875 after 4 pm. TFN 10-3. 1-778-0314. 13

    22 FT. DODGE MOTOR HOME: Good CHI A. $273 pre mo first, and final and
    motor, inside needs some work. If deposit required. Call 964.8602 allot" 6
    interested, call 964-3650 after 4 p.m. p.m


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    i:$99' DOWN .. '$35 PER' 'WEEK ii i

    80 Ford Futura
    2 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3324

    Invites You t
    81 ChevY'Malibu
    4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3349
    To Attend An

    82 Toyota Tercel $1995
    4 #3215

    79 Pontiac Firebird $1495 OPEN HOUSE

    2 Dr. AT. PS. PB. #3376 .

    $199. DOWN .-,' .;'f11$40: PER WEEK : .-..'J.J:, : ,
    and '. '
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    84 Chevy Chevette v .,

    2 Dr. 4 Sp. AC. #3371 $2495 f "

    83 Buick Skylark $2495 F EQUIPMENT DISPLAYfor i : :

    4 Dr. AT. PS, PB AC. #3267 .

    81 AMC Concord :
    $2r 95 the
    4 Dr. AT. PS. PB, AC. #3368

    80 Honda Prelude 1995 l.-J- 'iL4L

    2 Dr. 4 Sp. AC. #3374 a AA I,1

    \{$299 DOWN:*;; yW$40 PER WEEK __

    84 Ford Escort S/W

    4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3356 $2695 ( : .

    80 Ford Fairmont $2695

    4 Dr. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3353

    83 Ford Ranger P/U $2695

    4 Sp. AC. #3250 MIS

    A, 85 2 Dr.Dodge AT. PS. Charger $2995 146TH SIGNAL BATTALIONat

    $499 DOWN : $40 PER WEEK: the

    82 Ford LTD

    4 Dr. V8. AT. PS PB. AC. 3359 $3495 Maxwell C. Snyder National Guard Armory

    83 Ford Mustang

    i V6. AT. PS PB. AC. #3334 3695 9900 Normandy Blvd.Jacksonville .

    84 Topaz "
    Mercury $3495 .. .
    2 AC. #3129
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    82 Chevy Caprice $3695 ,.:' .

    4 Dr. V8. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3317. $es..s..s. a .. usse. ...e.s .. .***f.i se

    $699 DOWN Jrls.l$45 RER WEEK i Saturday d..s.Jy. ," ,

    84 Pontiac 6000 $4295' i June-- 23-24, 1990 !

    .4 Dr AT. PS PB. AC, 3370 :
    9iOO 5:00
    I a.m. p.m. i" ,

    84 Buick Skylark $4295 .............................................................. .
    One Owner 4 AC. #3369

    84 Ford Crown Victoria FREE HOT DOGS&SOFT DRINKS ,' .,'

    84 Ford Mustang $3995 FREEID TAGS

    V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3342

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    I [ Union County Area Ads ] CLASSIFIED---- ADVERTISING NOTICE should be--submitted --

    to the Union County Times office i
    In writing and paid In advance
    unless credit Is already establishedwith DINING ROOM
    PERSONAL SERVICES this office.
    from $100. Fords Msrudos, man Well and $epllTank Inc.- 2S4 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Minimum qualifications: Florida licensure as a
    Corv.ttos, Chovy'i. Surplus BuyersGuldo. Inch THE TELIPHONE. D'S & .
    water wells. Pumps- sales, service S professional registered nurse one year experience.A
    O2-B38-e883.. Ext. A9127. Installation septic tanks, lift Classified deadline Is MONDAY
    3tpd. 6/7, 6/21. stationsNew Installation, drainfleld P.M.. prior to Thursday publication. Divison of
    Contact Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50 Salary: Based on credentials and experience..
    MOBILE HOMES Jones-273-2004-Bryan Jones- (2752716.Skeeter) $500 then REWARD 15 cents for for Information each word thereafter leading to, Shoney, Incorporated negotiable up to $30.000 annually. (Benefit

    FOR SALE Alter guaranteed-6 p.m.Stale.. estimates.licensedAll 1/25 work the arrest and conviction of personsresponsible Is now looking for Dining package worth over $8,000))
    2/22 thentin Stpd. for the disappearance of Room Managers. An
    tm ZIMMER DOUBLEWIDE 1500 YARD SERVICE Wanted lawns to mow. Frank Rlgdon's walker dogs. 4963894. individual must possess an Successful candidate will be eligible for all Florida
    ft. Carport scroon porch 3 BR,iquar.2 BA Call 496-3923 after 6 p.m. 4tchrg. 5/31- TFN 621.LOSTREWARD GIVEN Surveying equipment outgoing personality and must career service benefits Including: Statebe
    firoplaco, gard.n tub. Coll 15263236. 6/21. looks like a small metal yellow able to work wellwith, the contributions to health Insurance & retirement 13
    4tchrg. 6/7-6/28. BABYSITTING for IN MY HOME In Raiford box on the end of a yellow pipe, lost public. paid vacation days deferred compensation plan.
    TV SPECIAL New 34X64 Only $19,993. area summer month. R.asonabl. along highway on June 14, 1990. North Only self-motivated CEU's and In-service
    Circle B Home lake City 755-51U. rates 431-1124.3lpd. 6/7. 6/21. Florida Surveying. 496-3999. Itpd. individuals need to apply. training.
    HUGR FACTORY OUTLET Many major 6/11.
    brand. Save, thousand, over ...0ham. HELPWANTEDAMBITIOUS Send completed Florida state application to:
    .. to chooso from. Clrclo B Homes. Benefits Include I :
    Lok City. 755-5114. Op.n until 7 p.m. FOR SALE Health, Dental & Life Plans R. Nate Holton. Personnel Manager
    1990 14X70 3 bed 2 bath, Fr.. 0.1. and. SELP-STARTERS needed to 5-Day, 44 hour work week
    demonstrate Christmas Around th. New River Correctional Institution
    .t $650 dw. day. $183 month. SALES AND
    s up. per World BILL'S APPLIANCE USED Vacation after 6 months
    merchandise Work hour.
    W. llnonco. Call 755.5114. Circle BHorn. own REPAIR SERVICE. Buy some, sell some, P. O. Box 333
    Fr. kit. Credit UnionStock
    No Also
    ... Lake City. 4tchrg. 675.. partlet. Phone 9044963248.. booking 4tpd. trade some, fix. some, 4962090. 4tpd. Purchase Plan Raiford Florida 32083-0333
    1991 FLEETWOOD SPECIAL ORDER 6/7-6/28. 4/12-4/26 then TFN. or phone ((904)) 964-4000
    SINCLEWIDES Only $89951 Yes th.y ATTENTIONS TRAILER HITCH for full size truck. $80. Donus Plan
    are 14 ft. wide I W.'re dealing and we EARN MONEY TYPING AT Call 964-8791. ask for Jason. TFN.
    want your buslnesi. Call St.v. at First HOMEI Details( 32.000/yr.1-602-8388885 Incom.Ext.potential.T-9127. BLUEBERRIES you pick $85 p.r pound.we Call Today for an Interview Preference shall be given to veteran.and certain spouses of veteran.
    Coast Mobile Ham. 7521452. 3tpd. 6/7. 621.ATTENTION pick on order $1.10 per pound. 904-384-0944 EOE M/F PO RR 7243
    1991 HOMES ARE HERE I 1990 models or. Johnnie Arnold- 496-3933, 2wchrg.
    I POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41
    reducedSave up to 20 p.rcent. w.
    hour. For Info call
    have 24 homes In slock which will be liquidated per application
    1-602-838-0885. Ext. M9127. 6 a.m.10
    by July 15th, so don't miss out
    7 .
    p.m. days.A"ENTIONI
    on the best deals available In 19901
    Call Steve, First Coast Mobil. Homes, GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR !
    7521432.WE AREAI $17,840$69,483.. Call
    1602838.8885, Ext. R-9)21.3tpd.) 6/14. Er
    NEED TRADE-INSI We will give you 6/28.
    top dollar for your used mobile home. ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING T.H.E.APARTMENTS.
    All of our used homes or. gone.Example. .
    BOOKS! $32OOO/year income patentlal. -
    12X60. $"500, 14X60
    Details. ((1)) 602-838-8885. Ext.
    depending condi
    $7000-or more on BK-9127.
    tion. Call St.v., First Coast Mobile
    Homes. 752.1452. 1 Itpd. 6/21.
    FROM $1 (U-Repalrl Dellquent tax Camp Blandlnff Rd. ATTENTION RENTERSDueto
    property Repossessions. Call ((1)) Stsurke. FL 32O91
    M2-B3B-HS5 Exl.GH-9127.:3pd. 6/21
    6/28, 7/5. 964-7133

    2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with the large number of applicants presently on our waiting list for federal rental assistance in
    laundry&large playground.

    FREE Electricity first month.
    Rent 30% of your monthly Income Bradford County, the Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority is suspending the acceptanceof

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    iE.k Dirt, Top Soil'sLarge rent$3.73 would per be day about for days*112 left a monthor In the tenant applications for the Section 8 Assistance Payments Program,funded by the U.S.

    month for move-In after the first.
    f or Small Loads of Limerock Qualified Singles Accepted.

    V Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer Move-In. cost: can be as low Low as1O.OO Irvorrw@J Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), pursuant to 24CFR 882.209 (8).

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    REALTOR .heev...+yMAOIsYIN Irdewtraxsl AWFMsrret. e1s' '* ''srr Hr.SUM Mo PW _.............
    Lake Butler ---Lake City .leusde, ...._ __.. AGeor.epwsew yyw: rr

    496-2126 or 755-3500 MV$6388 $10,488 $4988 ASLCNAS'7988 $9988

    BRICK HOME WITH FISH POND:Approximately 2 Acres.Raiford.lovely coun- I I 'l[

    try home with lots of extras. Extra large living room with attractive fireplace, r n sowrsi..thraY FORD T-B.t0 ...............................$6988 'SI ss&YE/uOO.CDOnw.cHEW CREW CAB ......................4833
    country style kltchen-dlnlnfl room wllh large boy-window looking out over the .
    3 bedrooms, 2 baths and kitchen comes
    Home has
    and FISH FOND.: .
    acreage stove and dishwasher. Wllh plenty of trees In. '. II POM'T1AC f1IIEliRD_ ... .. ..... ..$6888 '.7 fOIID RANGER ... ...4933
    equipped with refrigerator ""' f11I.lI'CJAr Ill. .. : e.cvLlHOifl,a..If''AI ........... ..
    eluding various kinds of fruit also flowers and vegetable that .urround the
    home setting. Shown by appointment only.
    home make for a lovely country
    pi..... call for mora Information and APPOINTMENT TO BUTLER SEE. Ideal' for :PLYYOWN r.E..a..t CARAVELL AHOY...................$.1 8 55 =__........................S2981
    In lake Butler, whether II be for homeowner or used as a rental or 1 "

    even Inv..t"t commercial (subject to land-u.e plan). Owner will finance with terms '' 's.pa.rsi0.siB TE1tPO a& .rrNtiB ..................$8588 'n rtErty FOIID ltrtrclstnoW.RAN0E311LT c ........................$54aa _
    negotiable subject to Seller qualifying the buyer. Call now 'for oppt. to sea

    oSIX Don't((6)pass)ACRES this NEAR one up.SANTA PI RIVER,WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Buy 1 or all 6 w 4-CA PONTIAC.( =1'1 ... ...................$6988 Manser'N cHEW;:.11.1CK(datW.._........_.:3988 _
    Acres off Road No. 18 opprox. 2 miles out of Worthington Springs. Propertywill '
    financed to qualified buyer. Property Is partially wooded and
    be owner '
    87 FORD MM
    would make fat a beautiful homeslle. Call for directions and appointment to :FORD. .M13TAIfO...w ...... .. .. .. ...................$4588 A.r .. =( .IRAI.$69aa



    OR JUST ACREAGE 3-40 Ac.
    In Union count fBr> ke'Are /' ew River Area Santa FeP@f

    Hove buyers welting top ch.se.jhese properties (cabled| to 'locollo" endprice
    CAll rl iia.foAe types of prepertle.end would allow us
    ). PLEASE you
    .how then THANK YOU. Also need house dry limit of Slor.....oat ever { @

    'S2S.000. with owner owner financing.'
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    WOODED NEAR ELLISVILLEt Over 40 acres of woods and very 8 U.S.441 t mil east of t-T9.Just It mlnutoi from a.lnoov ..
    040 ACRES 412-2802
    secluded liv Columbia County. Surrounded by limber company and by old
    ol.n.1 will accept 20 percent down and buyer can assume mortgage
    wK, .ml.onnual poyn nts. If you wont privacy. THIS IS IT..... sr..r..r.rs

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    f 1 1 Obituaries ..-- I Ii

    i Douglas I A. Itrhbcrg Hchlwrg, Jr., all uf Sliirkc. County Ga., lit- attended\ schools
    Lake with Rev.
    Funeral services for Mr. I'hh-, there and Crosby Cemetery Survivors include three sons. Colin Jo'unl'rallluJn'If Siarke in charge of
    Mr. Douglas "Dougie" Ancil : entered the U.S. and
    Navy Lester Austin officiating. Archie
    Thompson of LaCrosse, ClaudeThompson .
    + Rehbcrg, of were held Tuesday, June in.! HI 2 served 6 years, / arrangcutenis.Cynthia!
    18, Starke, died Sat..r.dllY moving to Jacksonville Tanner Funeral Home of Siarke was of Gainesville/ Charles' !
    afternoon, June 16, following a p.m at Bayless highway Baptist then to Lawlcy in 1976. He was in charge of arrangements .
    of Starke three sisters,
    Church/ with Rev. Ii' dun Morgan, of the Thompson' ; I
    + Baptist faith, L.
    car accident on NW 491 h SI. and 3mhAvl' ) and was retired Mrs Virgin Perry
    Slade of Slurke, Mrs.ltlauche
    HI officiating. Burial was in )Uyul from the
    in City of
    Slarke. Jacksonville
    and raised in
    as a Miss Cynthia
    Crews of Ocala, and Mrs.Eveline "Cyndi" Perry,
    C'emclcry with Archie TannerFuneral i nil fie .
    Bradford/ ( ('ng lw'I' lie also Mrs.
    0091 V. Mr Hehlx-rg ill- attended Ruby :ThompsonMrs. 30 of
    / Hicks of Park died
    tended 1(lame of SlarKe' in charge of Jacksonville Orange ;; two Monday,
    Brudlord County schools, arrangements. Ruby Thompson, 75, ul brothers Scfoe Harris. mid Mark June 18. at her place of employment,
    { and graduated in 19119; he was Survivors include his mother, Siarke, died June 15 tit North Harris both of Siarke and 10 grand" GMAC in Jacksonville, a victim of a
    employed by Bradford Furniture Rufus Henry Mock lUr's. Ix-omi Mock of Albany, Ga.; Florida Regional Medical Center in children." shouting spree by an enraged gun
    Company and was a member of one sister, Mrs. Belly Jean Everson Gainesville! following tin extended Funeral services were held at :2 man. Born in Jacksonville, Miss
    Buy less Highway:! Baptist Church. Mr. Rufus Henry Muck 69! ofLawlcy of Albany; one brother Hubert F. illness. Born and raised in Dukes, pm. Monday al' the Chapel of Archie Perry moved back to Jacksonville,
    Survivors include his mother and died Thursday June 14, in Mock Sr. and a friend, Mrs. Joyce she moved loStarkc in 1953. She was Tanner Funeral Home with Rev from Keystone Heights, In 1987. She
    father Ellis L and Francis SI. Vincent's Medical Center in GI'llCis. 10 nieces and nephews. married to the laic Raymond Henry McKinney officiating, Burial was an accountant for GMAC Auto
    Ih'hl>el'g. one sister Mrs Susan It. Jacksonville following/ 11 bncl I illm r Graveside funeral services were "Monccy" Thompson of Dukes! and ,Was in Kl: .cy Cemetery ill Woriini Finance Company and was of the
    Smith one brother Ellis L >v v Burn and "raised II, l\lill,/ i 'held ;a u i l 11'a m 811Iurll include her
    -- .... r.Arr..nAn.f--..--. _.. (--A"'-".PoP.-, .01" .v.r, 110"001' nv"parents,,,""_,,
    Heights; two brothers Kimball"
    Perry of Orange Park and Brett
    Y 1
    LtA Perry of Keystone Heights; two
    sisters, Leah Parsons of Orlando
    ; and Taml Perry of Keystone
    FURNITURE Heights; and her grandmother,
    't Marie Perry of Starkc

    atsor, L Funeral services fur Miss Perry
    h Ciathes dur i will be held al( 11 a.m. Community
    Church, Keystone Heights, Thurs
    day. June 21, with Rev Buddy (:,
    C// / t B t YkfPA CE t Ot' fU+ Friedlin officiating. Burial will be in
    Keystone Heights Cemetery under
    Pk dtlratdl r yesY''iiadfoi the direction of Junes Funeral Home
    0 Ke ,.tRVSry Cana efdsr of
    Syl Sad ti Keystone Height!*
    4.4auw1J, Stares; Iwtll
    Edwin L. llonisby

    w Mr. Edwin Luther Hornsby, 57, of
    }] Waldo died Thursday, June 14, al-
    / his home on Lake Alto, Waldo,
    following a brief illness. Born in
    BradforCounty, Mr. Hornsby moved -
    to Waldo from Sacramento, Calif.
    in 1972. lle was a member of the
    Baptist faith; was a retired Administration -
    Lt. from Lake Buller
    Reception Medical Center, Lake
    Buller with the Depl. of Correctionsand
    was a veteran of the Korean
    Conflict with the U.S. Air Force.

    Survivors include one son,

    EVERYTHING! IS ON SALE Sacramento of Calif.Brut Michael Gainesville; two of Hornsby Siarke daughters; one and sister Karen and of Brenda Sacramento four Hornsby Miriam grand-Scutt H.of

    r9iJi childicn.funeral. services fur Mr. Hornsbywere

    ; ( IJIMP'' held at 3 p.m. Monday June 18,
    _, .' H $. pr .I, ]A in DcWill C. Jones Chapel, Starke,
    ; with Rev. Nathan Knight officiating
    .. ,
    'JrAFUbI '
    I. ,AH 67 soiittwrn.storts'bf rsfumlttM'twWIclOse
    !; .... : ; \ at, Burial was in Hope Cemetery under
    i : ",, atllayflA'DB' .. .yFi;; tit ,. .' 6PM+I Wednesday to
    prepare! 'ot'tIle Woflest MioMy- he direction
    ..t '" r ; ,DISCONTINUED, : ; of Jones Funeral Hume
    ; : +=S1CUII. Friday Salt in their hJstQIyt Farmers Oq'II/oYe' )/ wt1l of Starke.
    @iKT: .l 1' '
    "r ; ,"w
    TABLE I. {; 'f h \ IONS" be
    r i. LAMPS'M. working tIIlayThU1ldayll1d( until 1Rpoon opartno"y
    ? ,MANY' ANy '."... !'JI!'., ,',.tr'AW #' frday'lOl8I/UteprIrAI/ bra everX\ Rt111t In e'slety StPrq kr t I Myrtle C. Kinney

    '; z u-a +s ,n '.Y_ i L SOME PAIRS MANYSOECTHWSf' yew, "rr 1'YentOryJ'. ; E1/DtYthfnf""III'M", < sells'Wll be discounted. Mrs Myrtle C. Kinney, 100, of
    s : 'f.I "I C oiSPAINO: ind si+ia;price..tagged-' Q'i: % vrc: j SELECTIONS sates avatttl: fleducttontf of up \10.88'%-r_ t/VttR/ J June 13, in the V.A. Nursing Home,
    i r "D. SII.3 y3 1 i:, .IfIR''JIi' 7U46 off WiU be l8k8nl'' ,"JO .' ,"' s'I '' Gainesville, following a short illness -
    ,' : OFFl.-J' "Gl DON'T' 'JSS)''TI51S' Born in Armstrong County,
    .: !", : '"1:1":1. ;IYJ' iI PA, Mrs Kinney moved lu Keystone
    Heights in 1985 from. St, Petersburg.

    HOURS ONLYl V vO HOURS ONLYt HOURS ONLYrBEDROOMS She Foreign was a Wars member Post of No.Veterans 122, St.of

    I I ii 11L Petersburg, for 22 yrs.; was a
    member of the Baptist faith; was a
    Oak A Brass Trim Sofa A Loveseat 3 Cherry Finish Queen Anna Tables retired registered nurse (retired in
    Contemporary Style/Plush Pub Back Traditional Brown Vinyl Recliner 4-Ptace Traditional Styled Bedroom 1973); served as a nurse In the U.S.
    > 100 Styling with Durable Flnlth Easy-Car Vinyl Covering Urge Poster Bed In Army In France-In WWII
    Cherry Finish
    Duponl Antron Nylon Fabric 1 Oval Cocktail ft 2 Squirt End Table 1 ; was a
    Back Includes Bed, Dresser, Mirror Chest graduate of West Pennsylvania Nursing
    SAVE *201. $469 $233 Hospital Pittsburgh, PA.
    REDUCED. $88
    REDUCED. . SAVE '25/. .5449 Survivurs include one niece Mrs
    Sofa & loveseal with Wood Trim Traditional 3-Plece Table 1 Ruth Johnson of Keystone Heights;
    Group '
    LongWeiringOlalln Fabric -. Rocker/Recllner by Lane Cherry Finish 4-Piece Bedroom I one sister, Mrs. Mae McJunkin of
    Squ.: Rounded .
    High Button Tufted Back 1 Cocktail- 1 Square Poitt/Bavalad 1 Gleta Tufted Back, Padded Anna, Lasting Fabric Classic "Rice" Caned Poster Bad , McGrann, PA; and she was also the
    Hexagon Table .
    Multi-Position Handle/Ula-Tlme Warranty Include Bed, Dresser, Mirror Chest I widow of the late Walter L. Kinney.

    SAVE *201. $669. SAVE "732.$288 $249 I I Burial services for Mrs. Kinney
    SAVE 9151. 9351.$499Oak '
    SAVE were held at 10 a.m. at Graveside in
    Oak Trim Sofa & Loveseal Arlington National Cemetery,
    Contemporary 3-Plece Table +
    Group Overstuffed '
    Double Pub Back Styling Brass Finish with Mirrored Swlvel/Gllder/Recffner Finish 4-Pleca Bedroom Washington, D.C. on Monday, June
    Glass Top Long-Lssttng Easy-Care Fabric 18, with
    Blue Wear DatedFabric > Include 1 Cocktail 2 End Tables Contemporary Styling/Brass Highlight an Army Chaplain of-
    \ Life-Time Warranty on Mechanisms Headboard, Dresser, Mirror Chest ficiating. Jones Funeral Hume of
    SAVE 920K.769SAVE33.$377: iv Keystone Heights was in charge of
    $299 Many marAidral store
    SAVE 151. $499
    SAVE 401.
    sale Items available! Hundreds of discounted sale. arrangements.
    3-Plece Floral Print Living Room SD/Id OBIt 3-I'r Queen Anne Table SBt Pillow Back SwIveMRocker/Roclfner Black price tagged Hams are in each' of thB.97
    Beautiful Cotton Quilted Print Lacquer 4-Plece Bedroom ;:soumerrt,stores of FuavadaWqm!
    Name Brand Quality by BROYHILL tiro- that are not Robert
    Colorful Mauve Thickly-Padded, Triple-Layered Back Brass Finish Hardware a Trim hated In this Eugene Cain, Jr.
    and Blue Fabric Oval Cocktail, Oval End a advertisement) Be sure; Arid set ttiesa
    Square Table 100% MONSANTO Velvet Fabric Headborad, Dresser, Mirror a Chest wt-adve6ised' bargains!; '. .,?ij Robert Eugene Cain, Jr., 44, was
    SAVE *201.$869 $466 killed on June 17 and was buried in
    I, 134. SAVE '151. $349 SAVE 01. $599 MhII. \Kingsport, Tennessee.
    tie is survived by his ex-wife Joanna

    (fg t1S Dl "; i,J..gIOCa fc, .OVER.. 'rl$ 11,111AT(1, tt MtmR VACOUM\ Aimsinaa.Um Merchandise, t+Z-Boy SJnotr.from, Impact BmfMI Gemml,ttf Ptoptoangef.Astfait Basstnl Unclile> Soring feMnttor Air by, Reese Cain, 5, and and. Tabitha two children Cain,,3.Daniel

    T ..m .r- ::: ..-. ClEANER 'IIGGI' I', RCA.ll nltlt....M8fn81'1U la'dIoo nf j ii ---
    4 ; AR. :1 12 :. :'.ALMOSTII1Ced\ at an farmers furniture swesi : '''!J. ,
    I a ..
    No Heat Ttllw blllp
    r'R: ,_ ,OFFJ. r ; .
    r'I : : Toll-free
    4 Hunger
    811' SIZ c EVERY ITEM IN EVERY 1l11lEiCT9M4'Ic .
    lT1 t ""OfF. I ALL 97:SOUTHERN STOttES::-' Hotline NowAvailable
    r I ,., LCftBl ; : f FARMERS FURNITURE IS '".. StatewideA

    n : a sa J ;; 1'C ,':$II $ $101 ., SAVE181\, \ :: Arr. .14$, ,StH ti'S: t ragged.! toll-tree Hunger Hotline helping
    r people
    i {", ,.1'8 $ far a huge eYIrflllke this Mighty Friday Sato, art torn Is their community emergency is now available in
    .. 9', ), S" 7' sold the advertlsornent has been submitted to the I statewide through the Florida
    : \! I (' putJIicadoo and theresalu ad cwvwt bo corrected\ due 10\\ Association for Community Action
    ticti ortat Somros
    an tern 'a PACA .
    sold ( ) This hotline
    to an earner ,
    ct etomer-carat the
    rat sale and
    ) !hi
    9 HOURS ONLY! ; 9 HOURS ONLY! 19 HOURS! ONLYI Wore has m remahlna Invwitory-ot dfla Semi In them 1-800-329-FOOD from: is sponsored by a
    grant the
    cxtlnence Department of Com-
    ? pleag4.1GCe tout apology i ti
    <.gldvaulcelr'( munity Affairs and is the first of its
    kind in Florida.

    5-Plece Brass & Class Dinette Set 25" Table Model Color TV Sets 13" Portable Color Television OYUMI & PA Directing callers to local
    Glass Table Top/Bras Table Base On-Screen Display a Guide e Spacious Gas or Electric Ranges : resources like soup kitchens, chur-
    > 4 Blue Textured Fabric Side Chair' Wlreles Remote Control > Auto Long-Color Ufe UHFNHF Control Tuner .. Black Glass Oven Door :IN OUR ST flES IS ON' 3 Lf I ches and food pantries Is FACA's
    R0Bt a Broil GUlllO i is Ehriry""Wicke goal for the Hunger Hotline. Detailson

    SAVE *101. $249 SAVE 25" .,5,. $499 REDUCED $1 9 9 SAVE *111. $2 9 9 I :.Wicker Metal Seating Cocktail Group Table Group, fvtn Raduceti; ,.Wrought V!'WIcker., Eviy Wrought w Iron.*: ment area surplus food stamp food distribution centers, govern-sites

    5-pt, Console Color Televisions Iron MMalOWrlggroup..wwYs
    ec. Smoke Glass Dinette Set | / and a variety of meal programs for
    'J Wrought IronMot Outdoor' si&o I
    Smoke Glass Table Top/Brass Table.. In Richly Finished Cabinets Tower Rack Stereo System General Electric or KeMnator Red cod tar Seal ,. Every Waathorproot! Resin Arm specific groups like senior citizens
    4 Hoop Style' Side Chairs On-Sereen Display a Guide AM/FM Radio, Tape Deck Gas or Electric Ranges ''Chair..Every Weatherproof, Resin : I and farm workers are also
    > Wireless' Remote Control Turntable t a Storage Rack jW ( )proof Rosin/ OirHno Group i.onIolM1aM"ftI available. Additionally, Hunger
    SAVE '151. $2 9 9 $ Minute-Minder Porcelain' Enameled Oven F Rettrvood Lawn l SwInG a?(. tand... | ( Hotline volunteers can refer callers
    SAVE 9151. $549 REDUCED 1 99 | ;.Lounge. Ey y ,VsltaP' Chaiw to nearby agencies offering free in-
    7 Pleee Dining Room SuI.nrludn $399 VbiyT:Strap Data,, Group Reduced! formation
    on shopping
    --I.,i Table, Side Chairs A China Cabinet 27"Stereo Console Color Television VCR with On-Screen Programming SAVE UP TO a 1Q 1. rf Power Lawn,Mownr.* eiy power: *laver feeding children on a low-income wisely,
    In Richly Finished Cabinets ii>A CAr4iAK.4_ tf* .CttHI.... ..* iA
    Cherry Veneer Oval Table/4 Side Chair' Wlreles Remote Control Multi-Cycle mstlc Washer budget, nutrition for. breast-feeding
    1 > Lighted China Deck Remote ControtlOn-Scr.en Holt
    with China' Base Display Reduction System 3-Posltton Water Saver mothers, etc.

    SAVE! 601. $999 SAVE Stereo Io; / ;20J..S799 SAVE *151.299 Permanent Press Cycle a FURNITURE weekdays The Hunger, 8 a.m.Hotline until 5 p.m.operates EST,

    REDUCED$399 at FACA headquarters, 901 N.W.
    7-Piece TlldRl nlDInIng Room Audio/Video CenterBig Tower/Rack Stereo System of Ave. Suite D-6, Gainesville, Fla.,
    If Complete with Side Entertainment a Is. Sal
    Chairs Yp of
    with Remote Control 21 Cu. Ft. yhr 32601
    Pecan Trestle Tabla/Caneback Corm tompwith 1S"Color TV/Stereo Refrigerator/Freezer S
    AM/FM/FM .
    Stereo Tuner,
    Dual Tape Decks
    Dual Energy Saver Switch
    Bras a Burl Enhanced Remote Control Y' d KACA Is a
    Chine Cabinet Turntable non-protit federation
    Tape Deck Clock/Timer, 'Speakers a More Equipped For Ice Maker S IkMtlallse iaOwPw! 01
    Turntable, Speaker a MoreSAVE naToVStOUES the state's Community Action Agen-

    I SAVE '6vi.5.1 199 '312. $888 SAVE '151. $399 SAVE *211..9699 cies Weatherization, Head Start programs.programs Incorporated and

    I in 1980, it promotes ex-
    change of research and communIcations
    j! s S CtOSE! networking between social-
    service providers and professional

    SALE BEGINS FARMERS training for its members on Issues
    FURNITURE SALE ENDS affecting poor people.Classifieds,

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