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: July 5, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Summer Weather has been with us this week, and is expected to ( .. .. ... ... .:4A
continue Into the weekend with highs In the mid to high 90s and lows Social.. . .. ... . ...5A
In mid to low 70s. Scattered thundershowers can be occur almost 'uiln.M Review ... ... ..4A cterap b
every day for the next several weeks. Ugali .. ... .. .. 7A
Thursday,June 21 was the first day of summer,the longest day of
the year,when the sun reached Its northernmost point. Sunrise was SECTION Bi 12 Pagn
at 8:29a.m.and will set at 8:33: p.m. The daylight hours are 14 hours flr.word.. . .. . ..II
and 04 minutes,compared to ion 13m for December 21, the shortest Ar.o It.m.. .2,4.6.61
day. N.WI .r'.3.'
Tides for the 4th of July at St. Augustine, will be low at 1:12: p.m. R.cycllnll..7. The Sweetest Strawberries I This Side of Heaven

exposing plenty of sandy beach for beachgoers. Weekend tides will Claulfl.di. . .. .9.IOS 110th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 35 tents Copy
be low about 4 p.m. Saturday and 4:45 Sunday Ohltuarl.t. . .. 121 Slut Issue Thursday.July 5, 1990 ISPS 062-700

.. Local Treatment FacilityFor

Hazardous Waste


Still an Issue, UCAP SaysBy

Joe Gassy generated south of the Orlando area.
4 ..t1z BCT Stall Writer Union County was chosen for a
Is a hazardous waste plant at hazardous waste plant by the con-
Ellerbee Curve in Union county a sulting firm of Weston, Inc. which
dead Issue Not at all, is the opinionof claimed to have screened some
opponents to Its location there. 10,000 state owned land parcels
The UCAP organization (United before narrowing the choice to
Citizens Against Pollution) has not Ellerbee Curve in Union County.
abandoned its vigil, and is keeping UCAP officials brought action
its fingers crossed, waiting for a rul- against the siting process, claimingit
ing on a possible siting in Polk County was arbitrary and flawed, and was
If a Polk County site is permitted, to have had an administrative hear-
the Union County site would become ing in mid-1989 The 1989 state
moot, at least for the time being. legislature passed a bill designating
In the meantime, residents of Union County as the state s first
Madison, in Madison County, have hazardous waste treatment site
approached U.S. Senator Bob thereby bypassing the ad-
Graham in opposition to a proposedsite ministrative hearing process and
UCAP to be heard only at
in Madison County for a privately allowing
operated hazardous waste treat- the time permitting for the plant is
ment plant there. considered. This angered UCAP of-
Madison County is under mandateto ficials, who are considering court
build a new jail, as is Bradford action as a last resort.
County, and some there would
Polk County Emerges...
welcome the revenue such a plant
would generate. Madison Co. has In the meantime, a private com-
T been at the 10-mill property tax limit pany, Florida First Processing Inc.
i for three years, has special a subsidiary of MidcontinentaiDevelopment
assessments of $170 annually, and Inc. of Virginia, has
has no way to raise funds, some acquired an 86 acre tract in southern
$250,000 per year, to operate a new Polk County and has submitted a re-
w- jail.With quest for a permit to build a com
a hazardous waste treatment parable plant there.
? p plant costing some $100 million to Discovery of an American bald
build, tax revenues to Madison eagle's nest on that tract has
County could amount to as much as delayed issuance of a permit there,
$1 million annually, assuming a levyof but Florida First officials have said
10 mills It was said that at least they can locate the plant at a great
.J__ four of five Madison County Com- enough distance from the nest to
missioners privately favor the plant, proceed without disturbing the
... which would provide funds to build eagles.The Florida Game and Fresh
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\t..l': ,j 'If.-. sic ,I Pack 'Em Up UCAP Organized... (Department of Environmental
'- } Truck 'Em Off UCAP was formed by a group of Regulation) ruled on the permit application -
Union and Bradford County citizens .
.I (Above) Harvesting The Bald Eagle is an endangered
who to
are opposed transporting
watermelons is hard, hot work,
hazardous wastes from deep in the species\ and its nest cannot be
but sometimes it pays state of Florida to Union County, disturbed for any reason.
Franklin, TerryWhitchea
a1dt. &hP4.q.r *'ctj Dyyyane since most of the hazardous wastes
t' Greg Sams. Kenny See Hazard... 8A
: Franklin and Ricky Beeman generated in Florida are said to be page

wore hard at work last week II
harvesting melons in a field In I,
IMoodyville, planted by Bobby
Carter and Terry Whitehead.Left AM YOURS \

( l-r) Kenny Franklin and I was born on July 4, 1776 and the Declaration of Independence

Ricky much hand Beeman labor can is attest Involved to how in is my birth certificate.! The bfood lines of the ,

harvesting watermelons. The world run in my veins, because I offered freedom to the op-
amount of labor required is one pressed. I am many things, and many people. I am the na-
reason there are not more producers tion.I .
in the county.
Although watermelons require am 250 million living souls, and the ghost of millions
r little capital investment they do who have died for me.I .

,G require Estimates a good deal say of that labor a ex-producer am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexingtonand

pense.in this area needs to fired the shot heard around the world. I am

receive four cents per pound in Washington,
order to break even. Jefferson and
Carter and Whitehead did all PatrickHenry. ',
right, receiving five and one-half
cents per pound for half their I am
crop and four cents per poundfor John Paul .
the other half. Jones the c' -
Green Moun-

7* JWorth.looting Watermelon tain Boys and .' : ?

Crop... DavyCrockett. ,
I am .

Money to Be Made In Spite of Uncertain Pricesby Lee and and Abe Grant Lin- ria -
Fourth of July... Marcia Goodgo crop harvest and market for watermelons in this area are readyfor coln. z --

The BC Chamber of Commerce is BCT Staff. Writer watermelons might be a major market. With watermelons, as I remember .:,,
with most the who -
that Bradford County doesn'tgo crops grower
sponsoring "Freedom Fest, a watermelons be reason the Alamo the
can a ,
Growing gets to market first will usually
into watermelon production in a
Fourth of July celebration, Wednes-
uncertain undertaking due to the best Maine and
very receive price.
day, July 4, to be held in the BHS the sensitivity to weather factors big way. '
crop's According to IFAS, although Pearl Harbor.
'We don't have as many
Football Stadium, beginning at 7
and to swiftly fluctuating watermelon producers in this area watermelons don't require a large When freedom

p.m.Entertainment, food and market prices Bobby, said Taylor.In Bradford. Coun- as in some others," said Taylor, capital investment, they,' are called I answered and stayed until it was over, over there.I .
Agent labor-intensive. This
will be featured in the ty "Looking at it from a county-wide "moderately Field the rock of Cor-
fireworks spite of factors including high have other means that they require a lot of left my heroic dead in Flanders on
fun-filled Chairman spectaclular Cliff,Chapman.There'n says Programs labor costs, weather and an unstable crops perspective that are, we more important many here work, particularly when it comes to regidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea and in the steaming
market, some Bradford Countians than watermelons" harvest time.Florida jungles of Vietnam.I .
be and the
no speeches still to make in
admission is free.Holiday. watermelons.manage Bobby Carter money and Taylor said that growers down am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheatlands of Kansas and
in leads the nation in
loaded south often put very large of Vermont. I the coal fields of the
Terry two semis of watermelons. diermelon production, producing the granite hills am
... last week. The first truckload acreages Watermelons are a crop that must about one-third of the national total!, Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the West,
The Bradford County Courthouseand brought five and one-half cents per be rotated for best results. That is, if according to or about 65,000 the Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am In-
Starke City Hall will both be pound and the second brought four in IFASi of these are
a grower plants 10 acres one placeone acres. dependence Hall, the Monitor and the Merrimac.I .
closed for business Wednesday, Ju- cents per pound. year, he will have to have harvested by hand and trucked to
ly 4. They will reopen Thursday, another 10 acres somewhere else in market. Using old harvesting and am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, my
July 5. Banks are also closed for Carter and Whitehead planted a order to plant as many the next shipping techniques means a higher arms reach to embrace Alaska and Hawaii... 3 million
the holiday. total of about 30 acres in two year."Farms. cost in labor and uncertain con- miles throbbing with industry. I am more than 2 million
separate fields, one on Brownlee in this area aren't usually sumer quality, said an IFAS farms. I am forest, field, mountain, and desert. I am quiet
Upcoming... Road and one near Moodyville The big enough for farmers to be able to representative.
Public meetings scheduled in the watermelons were shipped to put in a large number of Although labor Is high, capital in- villagesand cities that never sleep.
coming weeks are: Rochester, New York. watermelons, and rotate the crop, vestment is low since very little You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down
Starke City Council meets Tuesday year after year," said Taylor, "We specilized equipment Is required to the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his
July 3, at 7:30 p.m., in City During the watermelon harvest have two or three who put in produce watermelons. According to Ross with her needle. You can see
season (usually June in this area), watermelons every.year, but for the IFAS, costs were estimated at $650 arm. You can see Betsy
Hal.Brooker City Council meets Tues- prices go up and down within a day's most part, the producers we have in to $700 per acre in North Florida. A the light of Christmas, and hear the strains of "Auld Lang
day July 3, at 7:30: p.m., in City time and the price you get for your this county will put in some yield of 17,500 pounds per acre would Syne' as the calendar turns.I .
Hall. The meeting has been crop can be changed drastically due watermelons this year and then mean that a producer would have to Ruth and the World Series. I am 83,000 schools
rescheduled from its regular date, to any number of factors, includingthe plant something else next year." get four cents per pound for his cropin am Babe
the second Tuesday in the month. weather, the cost of labor, Competition from southern producers order to break even. and colleges and 346,000 churches where my people wor-
Bradford District School Board transport costs, competition from often accounts for the low Costs for South Florida are ship God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a box,
meets Monday July 9, at 7: p.m. at large growers down south, and prices sometimes received by typically twice as high, but then the the roar of a crowd in a stadium and the voice of a choir in
the District Office on Temple market demand, said Taylor. growers. According to information earlier harvest dates mean that the a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper and a letterto
Avenue. "Watermelon production is a very provided by the Institute of Food and price received by South Florida.
Hampton City Council meets speculative investment at best," he Agricultural Services (IFAS), the watermelons is two to three times a Congressman.I .
Tuesday, July 10, 7 p.m. at Hampton said. southern harvest occurs In April and higher than those received in North am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Tom Edison,
City Hall.: The unpredictable nature of the May, a full month before Florida. Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley,

Governor Plans for New Recreation Park Near Blanding in ProgressPlans Washington Will Rogers carver and .the Daniel Wright Webster brothers., and Jonas I am Salk.George I am

for a new Clay loiui- Clay County and Camp blandmg ot- Mario rtiaicun ; bgt. uanny John Kennedy and Martin Luther Bob Martinez ty/Camp Blanding recreation park ficials.A Brabham; Ms. Marie Wynn; and I Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whitmanand
am ,
will be in Bradford on 220 acres at the northeast in- newly-appointed committee will from Clay County: Jack Brooker,
tersection of State Roads 16 and 213 meet at Camp Blanding at 9 a.m. recreation director; James Corbin; Thomas Paine.
County for a near the Blanding main gate are Tuesday, July 3, to fine-tune the acting county administrator; Yes, I am the nation, and these are the things that I am. I
Barbecue on progressing rapidly, according to plans and make arrangements for Charlie Rossi of Orange Heights Park;, was conceived in freedom and, God willing, in freedom I
Training Site Manager, Col. Kent breaking ground and starting con- Richard Roberts, Keystone
Thursday. July 12. Patelle. struction later this summer. and James Jett, county commission will spend the rest of my days.

The park, which will include soccer Members of the committee are-: chairman. May I possess always the integrity, the courage and the
and Softball fields, jogging from Blanding: Col. Petelle; Town- The land to be used was originallyused unshackled to remain a citadel of
(see next weeks paper 1 paths, tennis courts, picnic groundsand send Strickland, in charge of Blan- as a landfill for Camp Blanding strength to keep myself ,
for more detallal J other\ recreation features is be- ding's MWR unit (Morale, Welfare, freedom and a beacon of hope to the world.
ing developed as a joint effort by and Recreation); Warrant Officer See Rec. Park..page 8A

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.Smaller Ground Tank Meets. ReQuiremen.ts., : Proiect Back on Line
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change order would be electrical the'flnt
S'aH WriterA work ot Angwl, saw Shaw also asked If Clark, and the land
to hook up the pumps available measures Election Qualifying...
slightly smaller ground level and tank This Roumelia was collecting any addi- about
work generally estimated 50 feet across. Shaw asked
water tank will date will put the tional engineer's fees for the or the town election
satisfy Department to run about change what will Qualifying
$7,000. Once the happen to the tank
proposed city In a prime position to apply for a present
of Environmental Regulation order Thomas said no additionalengineer's A-Ul be held July 23-27. Seats up for
of and
paving Pine Central and DIvi- second CDBG project to extend Thomas said it would be incor-
(DER) requirements, bring the sion Streets Is deleted fees were being assessed porated Into the to act a election Include MayorWilliamson's
along with a water along Nevarre Street and system as
for the Council members Ted
Hampton ,
water change order.
project under previous proposal to extend water pave roads,said Thomas who shock absorber and provide addi-
budget Shaw and Walden Wadsworth and
and still leave the way open lines out Nevarre Street, the grant that the city's chances of continued quizzing Thomason tional water volume in times of high Curtis
to another Community Development should still have approximately second grant are good. receiving a the project and asked if the need need, such as in the case of a fire. Marshal John Hodges.
Block Grant (CDBG) project, said $5,000 left "in the bank said for the tank could not have been forseen. After the discussion was com-
Attorney Gene Shaw said he Business.
Lea Thomas, vice president of the Thomas. concerned about altering was the Thomas pointed, out that the pleted, Shaw recommened that the June ..
engineering division of Clark, Once the price for the electrical original contract by about 40 percent basis DER used for refusal to grant council accept the change order for Other business settled at the
Roumelis and Associates. work is nailed down, it might even and not rebidding. "Can we do that the necessary permit for the water the ground level tank and they voted regular June council meeting held
"Things have been in a state of be possible to pick up the paving of without bidding!?!" he asked. system was not a regulation that unanimously to do so. June 12, the council:
confusion, but we've learned a lot in one of the could have been looked up by personnel -
streets, Thomas said, "To the best of my knowledge, .Voted to take a 1979 Chevrolet
the past week" regarding the situa- noting that the proposal for paving can," said Thomas. He said that the we in the engineering firm. truck to a garage and have a brake
said Thomas to the council in a Central Avenue was under $5,000. Hamilton correctional facility being Marshal Elected? job, tune up and front end alignmentdone.

special meeting called Monday Thomas said that DER had been built by the state was first bid at Hampton residents will be able to The truck was one confiscated
25, for
the purpose of settling contacted regarding the new tank about $700,000 and that change "DER said 'This' is what we think decide whether the town marshal after it was abandoned during a
and had given Clark, Roumelia the orders mounting to$1.5 million were you should do. We could argue with should be an elected or appointed police. It was neverreclaim
go-ahead, indicating that the tank later added. "If the state can do that them, but they have the uncanny position. and was turned over to
would satisfy their requirements in with that much money we should be ability to negotiate" and the process The council voted to put the mat- the town of Hampton.
Thomas told the council that the providing enough pressure for the able to do this" he said. could be a long one,endangering thecity's ter on the September ballot in the .Instructed Marshal John Hodgesto
contractor, Sun Construction, had fire hydrants ability to apply for another election.A previous decision find out the dimensions required
found a ground level tank which grant. rear
special election to settle the for dog pens needed before enforce-
would be in keeping with budget "We made a decision based
on the ment the animal control
question begins on
available. Negotiations with the con- The tank and pumps should be "Why not"said it? "Ep arts best Interests of the town. We are night and a unanimous vote Monday taken to ordinance.
tractor had resulted in a proposed here within four weeks and the con- the"Why not? trying to be fair with the town, with put the matter on the regular elec- Instructed Town Clerk Martha
change order which included a 60,000 tractor estimates one week for in contractor Is nearly finished this man (contractor) and satisfy tion ballot. Williams to order dog licenses.
gallon metal ground level storage stallation. Except for work con- with the job, he has provided a very DER," said Thomas. The town will not have to Instructed Council member Jane
tank with high service pumps, completely nected with the water tank, the project and reasonable he proposal for the tank, Shaw asked if the ground level the cost of a special election.cope The Hall to order two lawn swings
installed for is finished final be finished with the project tank would fit on the land
$87,360. nearly and the available. town charter labels the marshal suitable for adults and look into buy-
The only thing not included in the completion date should be around second in time grant.for"the city to apply for a Thomas said it would, noting the an elected position, and a vote is re-as ing a refurbished merrygoroundfor
is 25 feet long and 28 feet high quired to change the charter. the town park.

I Crystal Lake swimming 7r.r

OK'd After Coliform ScareBy y k p .{r i ry

LRM Anne Editor SponhoHi unacceptable levels of coliform in secutlve weeks ending June 20, the

It's good news for Crystal Lake the Camp Crystal area,officials con- water Quality of Crystal Lake is con-
ducted an extensive bacteriological sidered to be
residents. Just in time to enjoy July acceptable for recreational
of the
lake. While
survey awaiting "
uses Including
4th It has been announced that water swimming.
quality of Crystal Lake has been results from that survey. Bray said Besides officials releasing the
declared for he did not want to cause panic over press release, Clay County Commis-
swimming the situation, but advised that it sioner James Jett contacted
lifting a Clay County Health
would be best
as a
ment recommendation that precautionary residents of Crystal Lake Road by
residents curtail swimming area measure, to curtail swimming pen- letter to Inform them of the findings
pending ding results from the extensive from the
the testing.
results of water samplings of the
lake survey. Crystal Lake is located north of SR
Those surveys have been com- 100 between
The Keystone Heights and
recommendation to curtail
pleted and
according to a press Starke.
swimming was issued by Gene Bray, release from the HRS, Included an
Clay County environmental health extensive bacteriological quadrant During the initial .
director testing Bray
as a precautionary survey of the lake by environmental said that all other Clay County lakes
measure when it
was discovered
specialists from the Health with
Depart- public swimming areas were
that the levels of the bacteria col-
tested, including Camp Immokaleeon
iform exceeded
standards permissible According to the release
press Brooklyn Lake and Keystone
to grant a permit to Camp "based on laboratory testing of the Beach on Lake Geneva, and these
Crystal, a located
camp on the lake.
most recent collected
When the samples three areas were found to be safe for 1
survey revealed the consecutive days for three con- swimming.Art .

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GAINESVILLE HEARING Keystone Heights is planning it's --- -- -:

13th annual Festival of the Lakes NRSWA Board and UCAP
: AID CENTERWILL Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day Directors Meet in Union County' _nJ Courtronm____ u ......
week-end, Saturday and Sunday, New River Solid Waste Association Engineer Frank dinator James Croft, Union Commissioner Marvin
BEAT September 12.Applications. Darabl explains his design for a solid waste landfill to Prltchett Bradford Commissioner Joe Riddick,
are now being ac.--_,, ..the Board of Directors of United Citizens Against Darabl,Union Commissioner Gerald Griffis and UCAP
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE cepted for participation in the Potlntton'June 22.-;'.ft vUnlon Omnt3rCourUiouse" Friday, Officers: Director Geneva ,H, Roberts,' Vice. Pres. ,
show. Contact Karen Dean ,
person Traylor Secretary Sally Traylor, Director L.C. I
127 E. C Street McGill, ph. 473-4807, Keystone ,: : The plans have been submitted to DER requesting a Sapp, Director Millie Redding Director Pete
On the second Wednesday of each month Heights City Hall, ZIP 32658. permit to proceed with the landfill construction. UCAP Schlkonser, President Buddy Revels, and Treasurer
has Joined the Town of Ralford and five local citizens In Ken Parrish.
: Close of 1985... requesting an administrative hearing In an effort to
1:303:30 Presiding at the meeting, but not shown was Baker
: p.m. Our 5 year class reunion plans In stop the the three planned landfill. Copies of the plans are on file Commissioner George Knabb, NRSWA Chairman.
haved been finalized. If have county courthouses. Standing are Telegraph Joe
: you Cissy and
FREE HEARING TEST not received an invitation, please Seated at the table are (I to r) Solid Waste Coor- Times-Union reporter Bruce Ritchie.

contact Donna Eaves at 964-9317 or
; Varnea. 984-7683. Deadline
I for reservations is July 9th. UCAP

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WE WILL BE GLAD TO GIVE A QUOTE V;.:% THE Still Opposes Ellerbee LandfillBy

ON ANY OFFICE PRODUCT NEEDED i OFFICE Joe> GlssySCT "Maybe we can resolve some of
; Staff Writer our differences," replied George
150 W.Call at.atsks UCAP directors listened to a Knabb, chairman of the Board of
lengthy discourse June 22 by NRSWA.

Get the best price you can, let us see If we can beat III! ', _964-5764 W gave NRSWA no engineer clue If they Frank will Darabi abandon but Regional Beginnings...

FREE 0' their opposition to a 3-county solid The
EFFICIENT association was formed
SERVICE try waste landfill
& at Ellerbee Curve In Baker, Bradford and Union coun-
Union .
County.In ties, the three easternmost counties

R.9.U.N1DSJI LIQUID PAPER :LEG AL':,PAD,$ RINGBC'PENSN' i ,wells Darabi a for new offered two move residents to Engineer drill new who Frank deep live of The regional a 13 county solid north waste central study Florida group. I

J 13 coalition
) '8'tI2xt1314* tL % BINDERS i nearest the proposed landfill and fragmented over the county costs of hauling !
,, now have shallow
wells. The
; List $1.69 ftf.; garbage to a central, regional land-
I : t fllJtid mfJ In 14 Colors residents
orMedlum ; : are approximately one fill and the fear
pfno : that Alachua County
j. mile distant said I
1"Col. Darabi
; and
> only
t would "run the show" because its I
,j.it i .f it four wells are involved.
SALE higher
Ft population and
::4c$6 l SALE : Perimeter test wells, to be spaced in the 13 county group, explained power
.:$ \ ; every 200 feet will detect any con Darabi.
; k'ii., : tamination before it leaves the land- "There
/ $ 29 are two areas of highest
99 ; fill area, said Darabi. and if
'DOZEN ... any oc- costs In a landfill "
said Darabi
.... ; Il j. ListI i curs, steps will be taken to contain "operation of the and
'List $4.20 ::Ll8tt$12i50 EACH it.There will be no odor a mile away, transporting waste." landfill

>, ,>: 14a '?t i $3.80 x he said. The key to controlling odors The 13 county regional study
is to cover the waste.A daily cover Is financed by tha state legislature and
required by law. "Outside
HON FOUR DRAWER i there will be only an ocas.property Alachua of County, looked at all
LASER.P.RIHTER BOND PAPER sionai whift of odor." aspects months and solid waste disposal for 15
came with the
FILE CABINET PAPEI 5Jl'te (United The Board Citizens of Directors of UCAP clusion that one central up landfill con-was
i Against Pollution) the most economical
ts $79 called the joint meeting with explained
Letter Size ,for*Cannon/Ricoh; / BM 8 1/2 x 'II NRSWA (New River Solid Waste Darabi.But when the
and others fl 20 lb. Association), Friday, June 22, in the 13 counties to costs of hauling from
$ i95 8 !l2xii; 20lb'I Union County courthouse in Union three sub-regional one central landfills, or, even was
1'' "We requested this meeting to considered, hauling costs from
outlying counties was a limiting lac-
CASE I gather Information from NRSWA "
tor. Also,
$2895 said UCAP President opposition arose within
Buddy Revels.
: E
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.. ; R[ to."We" want to see what you are up see Waste page 3AELECT

$ 95 x FREE Delivery and Charge :
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ON sALE $ 99 Casio 8 Department ON SALE $249I I J1'Jr: : MANLYBOON

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County Commission, District 2

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MC&VISA A New Beginning t


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. Lawtey FB on 12-1 Winning StreakWith I

a 12-1 record, First Baptist plex. FB. of Law. 33 .OG. 2 won 10-3 Thursday, June 28.
Church of Lawtey leads the Men's Tuesday, July 3: Stars vs. Churchof The First Baptist Church of Leading the Stars going home
with two
w Church League sponsored by the God at 7:30.: First Methodist vs. Lawtey outhit the Church of God 34-2 were Vince Robinson
Starke Recreation Department. Air Park and First Baptist vs. First and won 33-2 Thursday,June 28. runs, Kenneth Carlton, Daryl
zc*,, FB beat the Church of God 33.2 Presbyterian at 8:45p.m.: Leading First Baptist going 5-for-S Gnann, and Jason Pilcher. Gettingtwo
this past week. Thurs., July 5: Air Park plays with two home runs and a triple was hits were Donnie Francis, Craig
Team Standings: First Baptist of Lawtey and First Steve Campbell. Going 4-for-S were Wise, and Link Bishop.
.. iopi. .. ..... .......... ..12.1 Presbyterian plays Church of God at Stuart Duncan and Kelley Dyal. GoIng Leading Air Park going Robert 2-for-3
First. Pr.ihyt.rlon. ...... ..........,-, 7:30 p.m. The Stars play First 4-for-4 was Curtis Crawfotd. were Lonnie Olive Hildebran Jr. andS.
S'... .. .. ... ... ................. i-7 Methodist at 8:45 p.m. Getting three hits were Donnie Wise Broughton Wilburn.Kirby Jo
kIILd. Alr..ark. . .. ..... ..............7.7 and Tommy Wise -iliug t l two hits .
First. M.thodlit. .. ... ... .. ..... .. .,., Monday, July 9: Air Park vs. were Davy Norman, David McNeil,
Church of Cod.. .. .. .... ....... ..1-13 U.C.I. and Stars vs. F.S.P. at 7:30 and Billy Gault. F.Meth. 9. F.Pres. 5
First Methodist vs. Starke Leading the church of God going
p.m. The First Methodist beat the First
lfor2. which was a home run. was
Upcoming... Merchants and First Baptist of
Presbyterian 9-5 Thursday June 28.
The Church League and Men's Lawtey vs. DuPont at 8:45: p.m. Dwayne Allen. Going 1-for-2 was Leading the First Presbyterianwas

w-. ....1..11'..'.... League play games with each other Tuesday, July 10: Stars vs. Du- Lloyd Allen. Larry Paterson going 3for3.
because there aren't enough teamsin Pont and First Methodist vs. F.S.P.at .
2-for-3 and
Going were Eddie Dyal
10 AirPark 3
It's a hit... played either at the league.Edward's All Road games Com-are Starke 7:30 Merchants p.m. Church at 8:45 of p.m.God vs. Stars!.. .' ......."hitA l--! si I0nrt Jim Lewis.
Dennis Jackson of the Twins makes It to first base in a game against the

A'g McKenzie.Friday. The umpire Kellle Jackson and the catcher Is Chris Starke Merchants Riding 13-1 Tide to Men's League Championships

lss ar.esr-..__LA-""_.___ -. ._ _...-..._ The Starke Merchants still lead Team Standings: The Men's League and Church Stars-at 7:30: p.m. F.S.P. vs. First
V the Men's Softball League with a 13-1 Stork. Merchant. .. .. .. .. ... ..'3.' League play games with each other Baptist at 8:45: p.m.
record and only four games left to DuPont .. .. ... .. ...... .. '.1 because there aren't enough teamsin Tues.
.play. U.C.1. .... ... ...... ... .. ..... .5r -t either league. All games are 7:30 ,.July 3, U.C.I. vs. F.S.P. at I
The Starke Merchants have lead s.p.... ... .. ... .. ........ .. .4Upcoming. -e played at the Edward's Road : p.m.Thurs..
July 5, DuPont vs Starke
the Men's Softball League for the recreation complex. Merchants at
past mnnth Mon.,July 2,Starke Merchants vs. p.m.


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Alachua County against importing divide, where all drainage is away taining only the high ground, for the creased. The spray will be a fine
wastes from the region to their land- from the site, said Darabi, who was landfill. A seven acre portion of a 28 mist and will give off very little
fill. Consequently the North Central consulted and recommended the acre cell will be activated first. This odor, according to Darabi.
Florida Regional Solid Waste site. Further study determined the should last about five years under Solid waste as received is normally -
Master Plan was abandoned,first by site is underlain by up to 200 feet of present volumes, but with recycling dry, Darabi said, and it takes
Baker, Bradford and Union coun- heavy clay with just shallow sandy to get under way, the life should be moisture to break down garbage.The .
ties, then by Alachua and Gilchrist topsoil, a condition highly preferredfor extended considerably,says Darabi. moisture added to the open land-
counties, leaving the western eight landfills. The landfill will be above grounddue fill will aid decomposition in addi-
county group, which later further to the high water table, he says. tion to evaporating the leachate.
divided. The Plan... Eventually it will reach a peak of 62 "Most of the time there will be
"Small counties cannot afford a feet in height, having a side slope of very little leachate in the basin. And
NHSVVA Evolves... landfill on their own," Darabi ex- 1 to 4.Three. every leachate pipe is double,a pipe
The Counties of Baker, Bradford plained, "because of the time and feet of compacted clay will within a pipe Darabi explained."I .
lie's Safe... and Union had talked with DOC at equipment. Even one compactor can be placed on the clay already there have left nothing out" Darabi
the start of the 13 county study, and cost up to$320,000."That is too much (DER regulations now require 18 inches said. "I am ready to go fight," referring
Patrick Dugan second baseman for the Twins makes a good but unsuccessful when it (the study) began to crum- money for a small operation where ), then a 60 mil plastic liner to a lawsuit brought by six
take out Jason McCullough of the A's Friday.June 29.
attempt to above the residents of the area.
ble, the tri-counly 'group and DOC the equipment would set idle muchof clay.
reopened negotiations and becamethe the time. Above the liner will be layers of
first regional coalition to come to "That is the only reason the three sand and river gravel and per
Royals Lead Junior an agreement on a course of action counties are together. They can buy forated pipes to collect leachate, the
for the benefit of all. one $320,000 compactor instead of water that percolates down throughthe The Lawsuit...
DOC was at first a voting memberof each buying one." fill material and collects at the A lawsuit has been filed by RobertJ.
the group, but it was determinedthat Darabi explained the design for bottom.leachate collection pipesare Anderson, John L. Wilkinson,
Softball League 51With ,under Florida law,only entities the tri-county landfill in great detail, double, a pipe within a pipe, Maxie D. Wilkinson,Johnnie L.Grif-
with equal powers could sit on the asserting that the design far exceedsthe Darabi said. fis, Hubert Gnffis and William J.
board, therefore, DOC is now an In- latest revision of the State The association cannot afford a Griffis asking for a permanent injunction
a 5-1 record the Royals lead are played at Edward's Road Field. active partner. DOC was includedin Department of Environmental leachate treatment plant.A leachate to stop the landfill.
the Jr. Softball League sponsored by Tues., July 3: Braves vs. Cubs, 11 negotiations because they have Regulation specifications, and was collection basin will be built adjacent They have also been joined by
the Starke Recreation Department. a.m.Thurs. "lots of land". A site on state owned purposely designed that way by to the landfill cell, with a UCAP and the Town of Raiford in
Team standings: ., July 5: A's vs. Yankees at land, at Ellerbee Curve, in Union direction from the governing boardof similar lined bottom to prevent petitioning for an administrative
Royals ... .. .. .. . .. . 5-1 11 a.m. County north of Raiford,was chosenfor the association."We leakage. Aeration spray nozzles will hearing "regarding the State of
A..4.2 Fri., July; 6: A's vs. Braves at 9 a landfill due to its central location want the best landfill that we recirculate the liquid and increase Florida Department of Environmental
.. . . .. .. ..
.. .. .
Brov> 33Yonk..B a.m.; Twins vs. Cubs 10 a.m., to the three centers of popula- can build,"Bradford Commissioner, evaporation at the basin, and during Regulation's intent to issue a per-
. .. .. .. . ... .
33Cubi Yankees vs. Royals ft 11 a.m. tion, Starke Lake Buller and Mac- and the first Association Chairman, times of little rainfall, will mit to the New River Solid Waste
.. .. .. .. ... ... ... ....2.4 Mon. July 9: Royals vs. Twins at The particular site was Joe Riddick told the engineer.A leachate back over the landfill spray, Association for a trl-county
clenny. open
Twin .. .. . . . .. J., 11 a.m. selected because it is located on a 200 acre plot was surveyed, con- where evaporation will again be in- landfill."
Tues., July 10: Braves vs. Twins
Upcoming... at 11 a.m.
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I Smaller Ground Tank Meets Requirements.:, Project Back on Line |IbV

Marcia Goodg change order would be electrical the-Ont' week ot Attgwtt MMThomas. Shaw also asked If Clark, and the land available measures Election Qualifying...
KT It off Writer work needed to hook up the pumps Roumella was collecting any addi- about SO feet across. Shaw asked or the town election
A slightly smaller ground level and tank, work generally estimatedto This completion date will put the tional engineer's fees for the change what will happen to the present tank ill Qualifying be held July 23-27. Seats up for .
water tank will satisfy Department run about f7 000. Once the propoe- city In a prime position to apply for a order. Thomas said no additional and Thomas said it would be incor- election* include Mayor
of Environmental RegulationDER ed paving of pine Central and Divi- second CDBG project to extend engineer' fees were being assessedfor porated into the system to act as a Williamson's, Council members Ted
( ) requirements, bring the sion Streets Is deleted, along with a water along Nevarre Street and the chance order. shock absorber and provide addi- Curtis and Walden Wadsworth and
Hampton water project in under previous proposal to extend waterlines pave roads,said Thomas, who noted Shaw continued quizzing Thomason tional water volume in times of high Marshal John Hodges.
budget and still leave the way opento out Nevarre Street, the grant that the city's chances of receiving a the project and asked if the need need, such as in the case of a fire.
another Community DevelopmentBlock should still have approximately second grant are good. for the tank could not have been for- After the discussion was com- June Business...
Grant (CDBG) project, said $5,000 left "in the bank," said Attorney Gene Shaw said be was seen. Thomas pointed out that the pleted, Shaw recommened that the
Lea Thomas, vice president of the Thomas. concerned about altering the basis DER used for refusal to grant council accept the change order for Other business settled at the
engineering division of Clark, Once the price for the electrical original contract by about 40 percent the necessary permit for the water the ground level tank and they voted regular June council meeting held
Roumelis and Associates. work Is nailed down, it might even and not rebidding. "Can we do that system was not a regulation that unanimously to do so. June 12, the council:
"Things have been In a state of be possible to pick up the paving of without bidding?" he asked. could have been looked up by personnel Voted to take a 1979 Chevrolet
confusion, but we've learned a lot in one of the streets, Thomas said, "To the best of my knowledge, we in the engineering firm. truck to a garage and have a brake
the past week" regarding the situation noting that the proposal for paving can," said Thomas. He said that the Marshal Elected? job,tune up and front end alignment
said Thomas to the council In a Central Avenue was under $5,000. Hamilton correctional facility being Hampton residents will be able to done. The truck was one confiscated
meeting called Monday, Thomas said that DER had been built by the state was first bid at "DER said 'This is what we think decide whether the town marshal after it was abandoned during a
29, for the purpose of settling contacted regarding the new tank about $700,000 and that change you should do.' We could argue with should be an elected or appointed chase by police. It was never
the problem. and had given Clark, Roumelis the orders mounting to$1.5 million were them, but they have the uncanny position. reclaimed and was turned over to
go-ahead, indicating that the tank later added. "If the state can do that ability to negotiate"and the process The council voted to put the mat- the town of Hampton.
would satisfy their requirements In with that much money,we should be could be a long one,endangering the ter on the September ballot in the Instructed Marshal John Hodgesto
Thomas told the council that the providing enough pressure for there able to do this," he said. city's ability to apply for another regular election.Aprevioudesionto find out the dimensions requiredfor
contractor Sun Construction, had hydrants.The grant. hold a special election to settle the dog pens needed before enforce--
found a ground level tank which "We made a decision based on the question was rescinded Monday ment begins on the animal control
would be in keeping with budget "Why not rebid it?" asked Shaw. best Interests of the town. We are night and a unanimous vote taken to ordinance.
available.Negotiations with the con tank and pumps should be "Why not?"said Thomas, "Because trying to be fair with the town, with put the matter on the regular election Instructed Town Clerk Martha
tractor had resulted in a proposed here within four weeks and the con- the contractor is nearly finished this man (contractor) and satisfy ballot. Williams to order dog licenses.
change order which included a 60,000 tractor estimates one week for In- with the job, he has provided a very DER," said Thomas. The town will not have to cope with Instructed Council member Jane
gallon metal ground level storage stallation. Except for work con- reasonable proposal for the tank Shaw asked if the ground level the cost of a special election. The Hall to order two lawn swings
tank with high service pumps, com nected with the water tank, the project and he will be finished with the project tank would fit on the land available. town charter labels the marshal as suitable for adults and look into buy-
pletely installed for $87,360. is nearly finished and the final in time for the city to apply for a Thomas said it would, noting the an elected position, and a vote is re- ing a refurbished merrygoroundfor
The only thing not included in the completion date should be around second grant." tank is 25 feet long and 28 feet high quired to change the charter. the town park.

I Crystal Lake SwimmingOK'd

Coliform ScareBy
p t I r t?r r y,r N 'u .., r;'

Anne Sponholti unacceptable levels of coliform in secutive: weeks ending June 20, the
LRM Editor the Camp Crystal area,officials con water Quality of Crystal Lake Is con- Y
It's good news for Crystal Lake ducted an extensive bacteriological sidered to be acceptable for recrea- "
residents. Just in time to enjoy July survey of the lake. While awaiting tional uses Including swimming." ; 4t
4th it has been announced that water results from that survey Bray said Besides officials releasing: the
quality of Crystal Lake has been he did not want to cause panic over press release, Clay County Commis-
declared acceptable for swimming the situation, but advised that it sioner James Jett contacted
lifting a Clay County Health Depart- would be best, as a precautionarymeasure residents of Crystal Lake Road by
ment recommendation that area to curtail swimming pen- letter to inform them of the findings
residents curtail swimming pendingthe ding results from the extensive from the
results of water samplings of the survey. Crystal Lakes located north of SR
lake Those surveys have been com 100 between Keystone Heights and
The recommendation to curtail pleted and according to a press Starke.
swimming was Issued by Gene Bray, release from the HRS, included an
Clay County environmental health extensive bacteriological quadrant During the initial testing Bray
director, as a precautionarymeasure survey of the lake by environmental said that all other Clay County lakes
when it was discoveredthat specialists from the Health Depart with public swimming areas were
the levels of the bacteria col- ment. tested, including Camp Immokaleeon
iform exceeded standards permissible According to the press release, Brooklyn Lake and Keystone
to grant a permit to Camp "based on laboratory testing of the Beach on Lake Geneva and these
Crystal, a camp located on the lake. most recent samples collected three areas were found to be safe for 1
When the survey revealed the consecutive days for three con- swimming. r

Art Festival... .
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: GAINESVILLE HEARING Keystone Heights is planning it's
13th annual Festival of the Lakes NRSWA Board and UCAP Directors Meet in Union County Courtroom...

Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day New River Solid Waste Association Engineer Frank dinator James Croft, Union Commissioner Marvin
: AID CENTERWILL week-end, Saturday and Sunday, lains his design for a solid waste landfill to Pritchett, Bradford Commissioner Joe Riddick,
BE AT September 12.Applications. the Boar of Directors of United Citizens Against Darabl, Union Commissioner Gerald Griffis and UCAP
are now being accepted --.._..., '.-Potlatton-,*at'the'UnionaCsentrCourthouse Friday Officers: Director Geneva .H, Roberts,' Vice. Pres.
: MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE for participation in the 'Jane?2.The .- Dean Traylor Secretary Sally Traylor, Director L..C.
show. Contact person, Karen : plans have been submitted to DER requesting a Sapp Director Millie Redding Director Pete
127 E.Call Street McGill, ph. 473-4807, Keystone permit to proceed with the landfill construction. UCAP Schlkosser, President Buddy Revels, and Treasurer
: On the second Wednesday of each month Heights City Hall, ZIP 32656. has Joined the Town of Raiford and five local citizens in Ken Parrlsh.
Class of 1985... requesting an administrative hearing In an effort to Presiding at the meeting, but not shown was Baker
: stop the planned landfill.Copies of the plans are on file Commissioner George Knabb, NRSWA Chairman.In .
1:30- :30
: p.m. Our 5 year class reunion plans the three county courthouses. Standing are Telegraph reporter Joe Cissy and
haved been finalized. If you have Seated at the table are : FREE HEARING TEST not received an invitation, please
contact Donna Eaves at 964-9317 or
: SALES SERVICE REPAIRS BATTERIES Rhonda Varnes, 98+7683. Deadline I
t for reservations is July 9th. UCAP Hears NRSWA Engineer

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-': Still Opposes Ellerbee LandfillBy I

Joe Gassy "Maybe we can resolve some of I
ON ANY OFFICE PRODUCT NEEDED I SHOP SCT Staff Writer our differences," replied George '
j 1tOW.C USt. UCAP directors listened to a Knabb, chairman of the Board of
ataukaB1 lengthy discourse June 22 by NRSWA.
964.764 NRSWA engineer Frank Darabi but

Get the best price you can, let us see if we can beat it! ;.. gave their opposition no cluo if to they a 3-county will abandon solid Regional The association Beginnings.was formed.. by

FREE DELIVERY EFFICIENT FRIENDLY SERVICE. ...az f:." waste landfill at Ellerbee Curve in Baker, Bradford and Union coun-
.. Union County.In ties, the three easternmost countiesof
a new move Engineer Frank a 13 county north central Florida
RINGS I Darabi offered to drill new deep regional solid waste study group.
B.9.U.ND STICK: LIQUID PAPER liEG'ABPADS! 'wells for two residents who live The proposed 13 county coalition
-- I fh 1'" BINDERS nearest the proposed landfill and fragmented over the costs of hauling
:u{ BJC'PENS' ." :u2X' 11:314 '1 now have shallow wells.The nearest garbage to a central, regional land-

.' : ::: ; fc; List $1.69 Iffj fll}!sled' l In 14 Colors : residents are approximately one fill and the fear that Alachua County
mile distant said Darabi and
1"Col. only would "run the show" because of its
TF(1)9; of Medium* .>; &:. ; four wells are involved. higher population and voting powerin
j ., All fColors! .:; SALE ,...;' .6 \. SALE Perimeter test wells, to be spaced the 13 county group, explained
every 200 feet will detect any con Darabi.
,- t"I:
39 1 .;; : tamination before it leaves the landfill "There are two areas of highest
$1 ;., !' I( $ 29 area, said Darabi, and if any oc- costs in a landfill," said Darabi.
". TOZEN 99 'l/'p'! '; =Jitt 1 1 curs, steps will be taken to containit. "operation of the landfill and
i will odor mile "
., > ilst'$12SQ: : EACH There be no a away, transporting waste.
List he said. The key to controlling odorsis The 13 county regional study,
: ',. d u"'h tit List $3.80 :. to cover the waste.A daily cover is financed by tha state legislature and
required by law. "Outside the property Alachua County, looked at all
i there will be only an ocas. aspects of solid waste disposal for 15
HON FOUR DRAWER J L .E6eR; ITR BOND slona whitt of odor." months and came up with the con-
PAPER. The Board of Directors of UCAP clusion that one central landfill was
(United Citizens Against Pollution) the most economical, explained
FILE CABINET eAp.EF.it.' 5010 nee is $ 79 called the joint meeting with Darabi.
Ricoh 81/2x11 NRSWA (New River Solid Waste But when the costs of hauling from
Letter Size ForQannolt; } BM. a, 20 Ib.CASE Association), Friday, June 22, In the 13 counties to one central, or even
rand others. 1 courthouse in Union
r Union County three sub-regional landfills, was
:.8 I/l r it.1.,2011r; > ., i County. considered, hauling costs from
2995 ''' "We requested this meeting to outlying counties was a limiting fac t>
II : $ .99: : gather information from NRSWA," tor. Also, opposition arose within :,
.. s $28 said UCAP President Buddy Revels. '
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Lawtey FB on 12-1 Winning Streak I

record First plex.Tuesday. FB. of Law. 33 .O.G. 2 won 10-3 Thursday,June 28.
With a 12-1 Baptist
Church of Lawtey leads the Men's ,July 3: Stars vs. Church The First Baptist Church of Leading the Stars going
Church sponsored by the of God at 7:30.: First Methodist vs. Lawtey uulhit the Church of God 34-2 were Vince Robinson with two home
Starke Recreation Department.FB Air Park and First Baptist vs. First and won 33-2 Thursday,June 28. runs, Kenneth Carlton, Daryl
beat the Church of God 53-2 Presbyterian at 8:45p.m.: Leading First Baptist going 5-for-S Gnann, and Jason Pilcher. Gettingtwo
this past week. Thurs., July 5: Air Park plays with two home runs and a triple was hits were Donnie Francis,Craig
Team Standings: First Baptist of Lawtey and First Steve Campbell. Going 4-for-S were Wise, and Link Bishop.

.. iopiit... .. ........ .........ii-l Presbyterian plays Church of God at Stuart Duncan and Kelley Dyal. Going Leading Air Park going. Robert 2-for-3
4 7:30: p.m. The Stars play First 4-for-4 was Curtis Crawford. were Lonnie Olive Jr.

k4wt +rt' Stars First pr.sbyt.rIen..1/. . .. ............ ....... C.-, Methodist at 8:45 p.m. Getting three hits were Donnie Wise Broughton. Wilburn.,Kirby Jo Hildebran,andS.
Air Pork .. . ........ ..7.7 and Tommy Wise ''-.'lliug two hits
First MUthodlit .. .. .. ........... ..5.' Monday July 9: Air Park vs. were Davy Norman, David McNeil,
Church of Cod. ...... ... .....2." U.C.I. and Stars vs. F.S.P. at 7:30: and Billy Gault. F.Meth. 9 F.Pres. 5
First Methodist vs. Starke Leading the church of God going
p.m. l-for-2. which was a home run. was The First Methodist beat the First
Upcoming... Merchants and First Baptist of
Dwayne Allen. l-for-2 Presbyterian 8-5 Thursday, June 28.
Lawtey vs. DuPont at 8:45: Going was
The Church League and Men'lLeague p.m. Leading the First
..-. .... _'..N', ..'' .., play games with each other Tuesday, July 10: Stars vs. Du- Lloyd Allen. Larry Paterson going 3for3.
because there aren't enough teamsIn Pont and First Methodist vs. F.S.P.at .
Stars Going 2-for-3 Eddie and
10 AirPark 3 were Dyal
It's hit. either league. All games are 7:30: p.m. Church of God vs.
a .. ** Jim Lewis.
!.. r; .. 21.lon'srt
played at the Edward's Road Com- Starke Merchants at.8:45: p.m.
I Dennis Jackson ol the Twins makes It to first base In a game against the
A's Friday. The umpire Is Keltic Jackson and the catcher Is Chris - -
McKenzie Starke Merchants Riding 13-1 Tide to Men's League Championships m

helm___ "' ... .....,.._ _.....><'a'._ The Starke Merchants still lead Team Standings: The Men's League and Church Stars-at 7:30 p.m. F.S.P. vs. First
the Men's Softball League with a 13-1 Stark M.rchonH. League play games with each other Baptist at 8:45: p.m.
record and only four games left to DuPont '-au.c.t because there aren't enough teamsin
Tues., July 3, U.C.I vs. F.S.P. at
play. either league. All
SUpcominf -' games are 7:30 .
The Starke Merchants have lead ..1...... ... ... .. ... ...,.. ... ..4., played at the Edward's Road p.m.Thurs..
July 5, DuPont vs. Starke
recreation .
the Men's Softball League for the complex.Mon. Merchants
past month .,July 2,Starke Merchants vs. at 8:45 p.m.


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Alachua County against importing divide, where all drainage is away taining only the high ground, for the creased. The spray will be a fine
wastes from the region to their land- from the site, said Darabi, who was landfill. A seven acre portion of a 28 mist and will give off very little
fill. Consequently the North Central consulted and recommended the acre cell will be activated first.This odor, according to Darabi.
Florida Regional Solid Waste site. Further study determined the should last about five years under Solid waste as received is normally -
Master Plan was abandoned first by site is underlain by up to 200 feet of present volumes, but with recyclingto : dry, Darabi said and it takes
Baker, Bradford and Union coun- heavy clay with just shallow sandy gel under way, the life should be moisture to break down garbage.The .
a ties, then by Alachua and Gilchrist topsoil,a condition highly preferredfor extended considerably,says Darabi. moisture added to the open land-
counties, leaving the western eight landfills. The landfill will be above grounddue fill will aid decomposition in addi
county group, which later further to the high water table he says. tion to evaporating the leachate.
.r divided. The Plan... Eventually it will reach a peak of 62 "Most of the time there will be
T "Small counties cannot afford a feet in height having a side slope of very little leachate in the basin. And
NHSVVA Evolves... landfill on their own," Darabi ex- Ito4. every leachate pipe is double,a pipe
The Counties of Baker, Bradfordand plained, "because of the time and Three feet of compacted clay will within a pipe Darabi explained.
lie's Safe... Union had talked with DOC at equipment. Even one compactor can be placed on the clay already there "I have left nothing out." Darabi
(DER regulations now require 18 inches said. "I am ready to go fight" referring -
the start of the 13 county study, and cost up to 320000. That is too much
Patrick Dugan second baseman for the Twins makes a good but unsuccessful when it the study) began to crumble money for a small operation where ), then a 60 mil plastic liner to a lawsuit brought by six
to take out Jason McCullougli of the A's Friday,June 2A.
attempt the tri-counly group and DOC the equipment would set idle muchof above the clay. residents of the area.
reopened negotiations and became the time. Above the liner will be layers of
the first regional coalition to come to "That Is the only reason the three sand and river gravel and per.
Royals Lead Junior an agreement on a course of action counties are together. They can buy forated pipes to collect leachate the
for the benefit of all. one $320,000 compactor instead of water that percolates down throughthe The Lawsuit...
DOC was al first a voting memberof each buying one." fill material and collects at the A lawsuit has been filed by RobertJ.
the group but it was determinedthat Darabi explained the design for bottom.All leachate collection pipesare Anderson, John L. Wilkinson,
Softball League 51With ,under Florida law,only entities the tri-county landfill in great detail, double, a pipe within a pipe Maxie D.Wilkinson,Johnnie L.Grif-
with equal powers could sit on the asserting the design far exceedsthe Darabi said. fis, Hubert Griffis and William J.
board, therefore, DOC is now an inactive latest revision of the State The association cannot afford a Griffis asking for a permanent injunction
a 1>-1 record the Royals lead are played at Edward's Road Field. partner. DOC was includedin Department of Environmental leachate treatment plant.A leachate to stop the landfill.
the Jr. Softball League sponsored by Tues., July 3: Braves vs. Cubs, 11 negotiations because they have Regulation specifications, and was collection basin will be built adjacent They have also been joined by
the Starke Recreation Department. a.m.Thurs. "lots of land". A site on state owned purposely designed that way by to the landfill cell, with a UCAP and the Town of Raiford in
Team standings: ., July 5: A's vs. Yankees at the board similar lined bottom to for
land, at Ellerbee Curve, in Union direction from governing prevent petitioning an administrative
Royal.. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..a-1 11 a.m.A' of the association."We leakage. Aeration nozzles will hearing
.. .. . . . . ... .. County north of Raiford, was chosenfor spray "regarding the State of
4-2 Fri., July 6: A's vs. Braves at 9a.m. a landfill due to its central location want the best landfill that we recirculale the liquid and increase Florida Department of Environmental
Brav..3.3 .; Twins vs. Cubs 10 a.m. build Bradford Commissioner, evaporation at the basin, and during issue
three of Regulation'sinlent to
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Yonk... . . .. .. . .. .....
3.3 Yankees vs. Royals at 11 a.m. Lake Buller and Mac- and the first Association Chairman, times of little rainfall, will mil to the New River Solid Waste
tion, Starke, spray
Cub.. .... .. .... .. ... .... .. 2-4 Mon. July 9: Royals vs. Twins at site Joe Riddick told the engineer.A leachate back over the landfill, Association for
clenny. The particular was open a tri-county
Twins . . . . ... ... .1-5 11 a.m. selected because il is located on a 200 acre plot was surveyed, con- where evaporation will again be in- landfill."
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something; and because cannot do
j On this Fourth of July 1990 214 years everything, I will not refuse to do the
after the signing of the Declaration of In- something that I can do."

dependence, we are presenting quotationsfrom *'
the life-giving and freedom-giving
documents of our country as it was founded. Abraham Lincoln: "With malice toward ,
for all with firmness in
1 No one can begin to understand the great none right with charity God gives us to see the right let
triumph achieved in the formation of the the as

democracy under which we live, without
knowing and understanding these thoughts of
great leaders of the past.

BEFORE ELECTION ? ft J>* -C32! In these indestructable documents are

Washington and the Cherry Tree? found a deep belief and faith in God, a
recognition of the age-old yearnings of men

for liberty and dignity a set of guarantees \)
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Read Those Lips Daniel Webster: "No man can suffer too us strive on to finish the work we are in,'to
much, and no man can fall too soon, if he bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him
suffers or if he falls in defense of the liber- who shall have borne the battle and for his

But Did Bush Read Them Too? ties and the Constitution of his country." widow and orphans, to do all which may
achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace
among ourselves and with all nations.
Patrick Henry: "I have but one lamp by
All right he wanted to be President, what he obviously had to do raise:: taxes which my feet are guided; and that is the *
-- he was a gone gosling. But did he haveto know of of of 1990 after all the
and if he couldn't be elected President lamp of experience. I no way On this Fourth July ,
telling the truth there was only one keep repeating that stupid catch judging the future but by the past. Is life so firecrackers have been spent, after all the
alternativeand he took it. He misled the phrase, "Read My Lips" ad infinitem, dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at races have been run, and after all the

American people by repeating and re- when he must have known in his heart, or the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, parades have passed, it would be well for
repeating in an endless chain the chant : at least in his brain, that such a promisewas Almighty God! I know not what course each of us to pause for breath and not only
doomed to failure. But it won him the immortal words of great men of
read these
"Read my lips NO NEW TAXES! others may take; but as for me give me
presidency -- that and the equally obnox- the past, but sit for awhile and ponder their
it then and liberty or give me death!
We didn't believe even
videos of Willie roundan the
ious Horton going meaning, and what they meant to men
George Bush couldn't have believed it around in prison revolving doors. who uttered them in times of great trial and

either, with the already hundreds of The Declaration of "We tribulation the like of which we today have
billions of dollars in debt and no possibleway But voters who had become used to ,
hold these truths to be self-evident that all known.
to lower the deficit without raising looking at the world through RonaldReagan's never
taxes. Even a middle school math student rose-colored glasses didn'twant men are created equal, that they are endowed *
to hear the truth and by their Creator with certain unalienable
were willing to
could figure that out. A generation from now,when America will
that these Life
buy Bush's promise of no new taxes rights among are Liberty,
have changed in we cannot even im-
and the Pursuit of Happiness. ways
although they must have known he
these words will still be rememberedand
It is sad American agine,
a commentary on couldn t deliver the goods, just as hecouldn't their influencewill
revered and hopefully
when candidate can't
politics a get
elected by telling the truth. Senator Mon- deliver on being the Education Edward Everett Hale, a former Chaplainof still be felt as it was by those who heard
President and the Environmental Presi-
dale learned that lesson, as did Michael the U.S. Senate: "I am only one, but I am them spoken for the first time, over two hun-
and the
Drug War President.It .
Dukakis. Ronald Reagan taught the still one. I cannot do everything, but I can do dred years ago.
American to is small comfort to see Mr. Bush at
people accept sugary
platitudes about the present and future long last coming to his senses (when he

condition of the country, rather than fac- has no alternative) and finally embrac- Bradford Introduce I
Young Entrepreneurs
ing hard realities. It worked with Reagan ing "everything on the board" tax

because he was, first of all, an actor, measures when he has no other choice.

trained in the technidues.of; -never-never where js,,, however, some degree of
land. satisfaction in;seeing that the strongest Video, "

But President Bush has no such opposition to his NO NEW TAX backdownis

magical gift and when he is caught in the coming from his own political party v

act of reneging on a promise that was where GOP candidates in this election Graphic
'aken seriously by millions of Americansand year complain that he has jerked the rug
was in large part responsible for his from under them by taking away the No .J YMy

being elected President, it shakes thevoters' New Tax platform they were hoping to ImagingBy

faith in all political promises, and use as ammunition against the
Democrats.One .
rightfully so.

George Bush took a calculated risk. good thing comes out of all this l\Jichaelllowe r
After seeing what happened to Mondale childish charade we can bet that Presi-
and Dukakis he and his cut-throat crew dent Bush will not be asking us to read his

of "advisers"' knew if he told the people lips in the 1992 campaign. Two young Bradford County men are I
bringing professional video imaging, r
and desktop publishing, to the Starke
area. Eric Lane, 20, and Eric Starling,
also 20, both products of Santa Fe Com-
Small Tourist Fee on Rooms munity College's educational efforts in
Starke, recently started Brittany Starr '
I Desktop Graphics in Lawtey. Lane
Would Help Us Promote Our AreaThe graduated from Santa Fe this spring
with an Associate of Arts degree: Starling .r
holds an Associate of Science in

Graphic Arts. ,

County Commission will be Branch State Park and two of the most
Lane explains that desktop Two young Bradford County entrepreneurs are bringing professional
presented this month with a Chamber of popular swimming and water sports publishing is producting printed video Imaging and desktop publishing to the Starke area.Eric Lane and Eric
Commerce proposal to place a referen- centers in the State, located six miles material such as pamphlets,letterhead Starling both 20, and both products of Santa Fe Community College Andrews -
dum on the September First Primary from Starke on Kingsley Lake. stationery, and advertising brochureswith Center, have launched Brittany Starr Desktop Graphics. In Lawtey.
ballot for the people to vote on, placing a the use of computers. By using Lane graduated from Santa Fe this spring with an Associate of Arts
two fee transient tourists But until tourists learn about these computers it is possible to eliminate the degree, while Starling holds and Associate of Science degree In Graphic
percent on ren-
task of This is Arts
lengthy typesetting. a
things through attractive colorful
accomodations while
ting room passing
procedure where a typesetter composesthe
Bradford brochures, highway signs, and which used in the
through County. type is printing capabilities and usages f computers,
newspaper or even television advertising desired material. Since computers do and that Bradford County needs to be business world are unavoidable as weStarke.
Under the auspices of the Chamber of they won't know what this wonderful this electronically on a monitor, one ready for the influx of computer approach the twenty.flnt century.ThIs
Commerce,a Tourist Development Coun- Lake Region area of North Central person can produce the type along with technology. As Computer Lab Super- 'is made even more apparent by the ex-
cil has been appointed to develop this Florida has to offer. It just might be that any desired Image' (diagram, logo, visor at the SFCC Andrews Center Istence of the Andrews Center In
plan, which a majority of Florida Coun- of these tourists would etc.). This allows the computer I Lane reports that he often sees students Today's college students are
many prefer the to the material for finding computer skills and
operator proofread who are intimidated computer
have in effect and make computers
already a slower pace and less congested at- errors rearrange it, add to or delete simply because they do not understand accessibility,more and more necessaryIn
recommendation to the Commission. The mosphere of this part of Florida rather from it before the final product is ever them. He relates one incident in the our complex society. Starling pointsout
Council has not yet made its report, but it than the fast track lifestyle of Central and printed.While. computer lab where a student switchedon that in order for Bradford County to
is believed the members will recommend South Florida.It a computer and then jumped back reap the benefits of comoute-
placing this question on the ballot, since desktop publishing Is already surprised, asking "What's It doing?"
is estimated roughly state available in Starke. video graphic Im- technology, the public must become
the benefits are obvious, even to the cies by agen- aging is unique to.the area. Lane Both Starling and Lane agree that the more aware of the services that computers -
tourists who will pay the fee that would dealing with revenues collected from describes this as a process where com- effects of computer science on the local can provide.
amount to only 80 cents on a $40 room. such tourist fees that a county the size of puter graphics are Imposed onto video
Tourists will benefit by being served by a Bradford; bisected by one of the most taped scenes. Graphics are the picturesor
with in- heavily travelled highways in the state, diagrams created by the computer. Music Festival Set
Chamber of Commerce equipped
Lane explains this feature enables
should benefit To Benefit SFCC Center
roughly by collecting from
formation and printed material about them to Improve a standard video with
restaurants, lodging, and amusement at- $50,000 to $70,000 annually. The fee is so special effects. An example would be in Admission for "Music for Minds", a
tractions in our area, as well as those in modest that it is unlikely that few, if any, using a video of a wedding or child's festival organized by Gainesville's
tourists would object to paying 80 cents birthday party. By use of special com- black community to benefit the Santa
any part of Florida they choose to visit. more for a room that is already puter equipment, titles could be addedto Fe Community College Downtown
The benefits to our community are also in the video as well as credits and a list Center, Is $2 for students and $3 for
moderately priced comparison with of characters. The computer Is also adults.' An SFCC release sent under a
obvious. Over motor vehicles
30,000 pass accommodations in some of the more capable of Imposing cartoon charactersonto separate cover reported otherwise.
through Starke each day on U.S. 301 and popular tourist centers. real life scenes,thereby producing =
Minas" pin. Saturday
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perhaps a third of these are carrying a customized enhancement of the video. Music for
tourists, most of them headed for Disney The Tourist Development Council The advent of computer technology July 7, at Citizen' Field. Thefestival ,
live bands dancers
comprised of representatives of andcount makes such available to the features ,
World and other South and Central city creativity and rhythm and blues, rap and gospeliniters. KingsleyLake
governing bodies as well as avenge consumer
Florida amusement centers. But with the .
business people, will be responsible Lane that only a small
proper advertising and promotion, if only says percentage The African American Steering Committee -
to the County Commission for the ex- of the population is aware of the
one percent of these cars could be induc- set up the festival a* part of Its
ed to turn off 301 and visit Starke penditure of these promotional funds plan to raise $50 000 from the black
restaurants, antique shops, and perhaps through the Chamber of Commerce. The community for development.of the
law provides that all fees collected shall Downtown Center.
stay overnight in our motels, it would
most of them be spent only for the betterment of the
mean 300 cars, carrying at Designed partially aa an outreach
least two or more people. This would do community and its citizens. center for the black community, the Boat
much to enliven the Call Street District, Starke and Bradford County have been facility on NW 6th Street houses credit .

as, well as businesses along U.S. 301. missing the boat for many years by not classes counselor and college entrance "** ,

With a World War II Museum and taking advantage of this additional Gainesville Mayor Courtland CoWefd"city J
Memorial Park opening at Camp Blan- source of revenue, as many of its Like Boton.New Jersey had a*.waparty" commissioner Rodney Parade
neighboring counties have done. If the during the mounting friction SFCC Provost Portia Taylor will kick I
this fall and new
dint a County Commission this between the colon!**and Great Bri- off the festival. .
off Highway 10$east of Blanding open- referendum the approves of tain. At Greenwich near Delaware The gospel music runs from ,.',
ing to the public sometime next year we should, people Bradford Bay. young mere In Indian costume 3:115-5:30: p.m. Rhythm and Blue 10 AM.. 'Wednesday
will have much to offer the tourist, along I County give it unqualified supporton burned a shipload of tie from England bands, dancers, rapper and soloists
/ the ballot next September. In 1774. perform from 5:40-7:50 p.m.
with other attractions:' 85 Hold Hean IPa

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Engagements. Birthday i

Mary Anne Tillman, All friends and relatives are In- i r rrsisi
the and
vited to attend ceremony
Michael StarnesTo reception to be held at the home of I
Wed July 7 Eugene Matthews,on Klngsley Lake.

Ms. Mary Anne Tillman and Mr. Ms. Tillman is the daughter of Mr. We Love You!! J
Michael Starnes will be married and Mrs. John M. Miller of Starke. mm -.f-; -
Saturday. July 7, at 4:30 p.m. in the Mr. Starnes is the son of Mr. and Lewis 50th Wedding Anniversary... ,
First United Methodist Church of Mrs. Bob J. Starnes of Sarasota. Tom and Christine Lewis celebrated their 50th wedding. anniversary but
Starke. Friday.with friend and family at the Suwanoee. River Economic c.cu.rn .

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The McCall-Tyson family reunion Bayless
will be held the weekend of July 7 Vacation Bible School will be get- 'I.
and July 8 at the UCI Pistol Range ting underway at Bayless Highway .1
Raiford. Florida. Baptist Church on Monday July 9, +aw/tm I S
Church service will be held at 11 and will run nightly\ through July 13. If Z .i _m.4I.-t ---trltaaolt
a.m. Sunday July 8, at Pleasant All services will begin promptly at j:
Grove United Methodist Church 6:15 pm.Theme. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Rev. David Edwards pastor. this year is "Sharing Hope g
Messenger will be Rev. Joseph Gordon Teaching Through the Bible". In ? First Baptist Church of Starke, Florida
pastor of Pleasant Grove Bap- the children's classes there will be US MM JcfftM St NMM1In
tist Church St. Petersburg. Bible Study arts and crafts Ii7 l,rwtor
The public Is cordially invited to refreshments and activities that In- Ie
worship with the family at this reu- volve all the children.Our Youth will eI
nion. be actively Involved at Bible School
this year. They will have a guest
Vacation Bible School speaker each night discussing topicsof
interest geared toward the Youth.
July 9-July Also there will be Bible Study and
St. John Missionary Baptist Biblical movies. Both children and Ieii
Church will be holding Summer Youth will be served a meal each ii
Vacation Baptist School from Monday night. I.
July 9-Friday July 13, daily Adults will have a Summer Bible
from 5:30.8p: .m. Everyone is cordially Study at the same time as the Vaca- -. --
invited to attend. tion Bible School. The topic being
studied and led by the Pastor will be I:
Special Worship Service Satan's Second Coming This study :I
There will be a special worship will help show how to recognize the Celebrating Their 66th I.
and Dot Dixon
service at St.John Baptist on Thurs- enemy understanding his strategy William R. sj k
day night July 5, at 7.30p: .m. The and defeat him. The rapid spread of
public m cordially invited. Rev. Her- devil worship is increasing, teenage Dixons Celebrate over Florida to attend.
man Johnson pastor. suicide drug abuse and ritual The cookout was attended by joE
murders. Plan now to attend and br- 66th AnniversaryFour about 60 family members, including
Young at Heart ing a friend with you. Adult classes generations of the Dixon William and Dot's children; Bill Dix- Ii
Set Meeting will run approximately 1'A hours family gathered at the home of the on of Palatka H.E. "Tip" Dixon of m Iiiti
beginning at 8:15: p.m. William R. Dix- Bear Creek Ala., Sue Massey of
I' The Young at Heart of the First On Sunday evening. July 15, the family's, Lawtey patriarch, on Saturday June Lawtey and Louise Owen of Angier,
on near
{Baptist Church of Starke will have church will host Vacation Bible 30, to celebrate an important N.C. 1 COME TO VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
[their regular monthly meeting School family night service. At this milestone in the family history. Many of the Dixon's 14 grand- July 16-20 9:0012:00 Noon
[/Thursday, July S, in the fellowshiphall time you will be able to see what the The family gathered to mark the children and some of their 23 great- A pita win b.flWn K>Dim wfco ook nd Mum, Ihto, ptckw w*w Anl edy ofmd.9d
at noon. have been studying and grandchildren also attended, along Vacation eL
children anniversary of William iiio Yfartfai Mto idbrf OU45S2) of
66th wedding at to dhm*oflto f omt*rtb to
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church.- ,_Come. ., .....be....-with us.,...,. ....- ......... .efreshnpJtta.Will: be served follow-, actually on Friday, June 29, but the members. tit 1 l M 1 Fey Ind Y m t t+m 1-1 1 1 1 M 4 =
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your bridal gown bridesmaid's and mother's dresses. Also, will discover expertly chosen fashions a little different from and save 40-70% on your hub caps (one hub cap'or more).
formals. pageants and proms. the usual run of clothes found elsewhere. There is no one who offers a better or larger selection of hub
This Is where most of the loveliest brides In this area have Their dress department presents distinguished name caps than Hub Cap Annie. By reason of the fact that the
made their selection. See the beautiful gowns from famous fashions that delight discriminating taste with elegance and management has had wide experience in every feature of this
Bridal Courtiers Bridesmaids and Attendant dresses also Individuality. Their sports department has come to be a business and because': of thHr comprehensive knowledge of
dresses for the bride and groom's mothers and flower girl mecca for lovers of tailored suits, pants skirts. sweaters, every branch of the trade, this establishment has continued to
dresses. blouses and play clothes. tness the increase in the number of their patrons.
Never before has greater care been exerted by the bride In But the visitor must not leave without a stroll throughout the This is the day and age when the public demands the best
choosing her wedding gown. store where you will find many items priced so low that their rvice and the best price.
They carry a nice selection of lovely bridal gowns. Brides to price tags are hard to believe. Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a wide
be In this vicinity now patronize this firm because of their So during your visit to the city don't fall to visit Bettye's xperlence In their particular field of endeavor the
helpful hints and suggestions cordially extended their Fashions. Inc. You will find your size because they carry lots anagement of this enterprising concern has been able to
customers. of sizes from ladles size 10-20 Missy sizes 4-20. half sizes 12 ender a service to the people in hub caps that' Is distinctly
They have built up a large business and the unusually large 1/2-22 1/2. petite 4-6 and more. Here you are always atlsfactory.
trade they enjoy Is the result of the nice selections of bridal .welcome, always courteously received and Intelligently
gowns In every price range and no wedding Is too large or too served. Norman's Vacuum Supply

Lem Turner Factory Outlet Moody Truck Center Norman's Vacuum Supply located at 862 Cassat Avenue in
Jacksonville, is a complete sales and service center for the

Lcin Turner Factory Outlet is located at 9105 Lem Turner Moody Truck Center is located at 4600 Phillips Highway leading vacuum cleaners of the country such as Hoover
Road In Jacksonville phone 768-6435. Fay Lewis Invites you Jacksonville. Florida, phone 739-2296. New and used heavy Eureka. Whirlpool. Royal. ShopVac. Regina and more phone

to come by and shop or browse through their large, beautiful :iuty trucks, authorized sales service parts for Klnworth 786-9404.
selection of curtains, draperies, rugs. bedspreads towels and International and Isuzu trucks. Mid duty and heavy duty They have served this area for almost half a century with
much more. Here you will find name brands for less. rucks. Moody Truck Center represents a piece of advanced one of the largest Inventories In the city. In fact they are
Now Is a good time to brighten up your home or apartmentwith =ngtneering that has answered every test and has proven a vacuum headquarters and offer authorized service for the
new draperies beautiful curtains, bedspreads in the inner In the hands of enthusiastic owners who have found above vacuum cleaners. If you are having problems with your
colors and patterns at very affordable prices. Make your hat their trucks not only stood up under the load but vacuum bring It on In and they will repair and service it for
home more cheerful and beautiful than ever! perated very efficiently at a low cost of upkeep. The slow you. Their repairmen are experts with years of experience.
Yen will find no one offers a nicer or larger selection then lepreclation and constant service of these trucks (and they When they repair a vacuum. It is well done at affordable prices
Lem Turner Factory Outlet because they know just what and :arry many top lines) make them a sound investment.The and there Is nothing overlooked.If .
where to buy. They know Just what most of their customers management deserves the consideration that the publics you are In the market for a new or used vacuum come by
want. This Is a very popular outlet with the people In the giving their establishment which has merited the large and see If they have just what you want. You will always find
surrounding area because Lem Turner Factory Outlet strivesto ;patronage because their service Is eminently satisfactory.They them courteous and willing to help you solve your vacuum
present only quality merchandise at discount prices. They are recognized as an authority on motor truck cleaner problems whether you wish to buy at this time of not.
have assembled a selection of curtains draperies, bedspreads, :ransportation being thoroughly familiar with all the details Come In and look over their line and say hello to Barbra
etc.. that are popular the county over. if most trucks on the market today whether In the largest or Seymour. President of Norman's Vacuum Supply.
On your next shopping trip to the city, don't fail to visit Lem ;maller size. They can give facts and figures on original costf Direct Connections
Turner Factory Outlet-- where you are always welcome! ) maintenance rapidity of service as It related. They have Jacksonville Custom Vans
been called upon to assist many large and small ,concerns

TROUSSEAU & TREASURIES most satisfactorily.It Direct Connections Jacksonville Custom Vans, located at
is such business men as the management that make for amore
3567 St.John's Avenue 6428 Beach Blvd.. In Jacksonville, phone 725-8303, features
live and Jacksonville.
Avondale Shopping Center progressive total van customizing, fiberglass Installation and repair
Jacksonville Phone 374-3O25 custom painting and striping and custom body work.
If you want your van customized Direct Connections Is the
Did you know'that if you haven't browsed through Trousseau place to go because they can make It something truly special-

& Treasures, you have,missed a treat. This Is where fantasy First Coast Equipment. Sales. ., Inc... custom-made for you.. All It takes la'a1 trip to their shop to let
becomes a reality. Beautiful lingerie and linens are awaiting < them know just'what you want and need.. Deluxe. economy:;
your selection, so come on'over and treat yourself to a trip First Coast Equipment Sales Inc. Is located at 155 South they'give'discount prices'to all. They can Install captain's
through the ultimate In lingerie, sleepwear and linens, where Edgewood Avenue.. Jacksonville, Florida phone 387-9450. chairs and sofas sunroofs. Interior and exterior accessories--
you will find the finest that market affords. They come from This is the place to see or call for store, restaurant and Just decide what you want. Then their experts will get to work
arbitors of the very latest fashion and are of rare beauty. supermarket equipment such as grinders, saws mixers. walking and before you know it. they will have It ready for you. They :
Linens and lingerie are not Just ordinary but are fine topUnes. freezers, coolers, Ice machines hot wraps, refrigeratedcases. do total van customizing or for the do-it-yourselves they will ,
sell you what you want so you can do It.
In the lingerie department you will find a complete line of It Is a well known fact that there Is no Institution In the I This Is a business that requires experience. They employ
dainty silken things so dear to the hearts of women. White community that has met with greater favor with the public only the best. So go by or give them a call and get ready for
and all the soft pastel shades can be found here. Nothing In than this well-known establishment. By reason of the fact summer fun. See Jack or Carolyn Bartlett owners of Direct
the lingerie line Is lacking In this shop. This Is where most that management has had wide experience In every feature of Connections. I
brides shop for their unique exotic lingerie and sleepwear.You this business, and because of their comprehensive knowledgeof Sleep Maker'A k
will find nothing but the best for all your needs-- from every branch of the trade this establishment has continuedto Mattress Factory" "
everyday to partytime. So If It's quality you want at witness the Increase In the number of their patrons. I i
affordable prices, this Is the place to shop and the place to buy This is the day when the public demands the best qualityand Sleep Maker-- "A Mattress Factory" is owned by Steve Ellis
all your trousseau treasures. the best price.Thoroughly and located at 2607 Phillips Highway in Jacksonville phone
conversant with the conditions and wide 399-4545. They are open Monday.through Saturday from 10
experience In their particular field of endeavor the a.m. to 6 p.m.
Gram & Gramps management of this enterprising concern has been able tQ They sell top quality bedding at discount prices. This Is the I
render a service to the people in their line that Is completely place to see or call If you need bedding. They make custom I
Gram & Cramps, owned by Doris Rosser Is located at 1514
satisfactory. sizes for antique beds travel trailers and 18-wheelers. They
King Street. Jacksonville Florida phone 389-0665. They will cut foam to any size. They have latex form also. Real
have served this area for over 35 years In fine Infants andchildren's
value and the most reasonable price possible have been the
clothing at affordable prices. Boys newborn to size and Taylor Meat Packing & Hides Inc. guiding Influence of their, policies and It has brought them
f 7 and girls newborn to size 10. Also baby accessories gifts
trade from all the surrounding territory. This Is where

toys.This modern children's shop can well be termed style Evelyn Taylor. Owner. Manager and Buyer has served this courtesy and quality meet. ,
unique for children of this area and has firmly area for almost a quarter of a century with the best meat the They have built up a large business by giving patrons a very
headquarters established Itself as one of the leading children's shops of the best service at a very affordable price and has made man comfortable mattress that delivers a good night's sleep so they
friends and customers in this area. They are located at 838 feel rested when morning comes. For your mattress needs, see

entire For area.any one to assume the fashions responsibility for Taylor Field Road (Off of 103rd Street). Jacksonville, phon the Sleep Maker people today. '

children of this area Is rather a large undertaking but this 772-9406. If you kill your own meat or If you have hides to Main Metal CompanyMain
popular children's shop through It's desire to present only the sell this is the place to see or go. They sell meat wholesal

finest and best has assembled a selection of garments whichare and retail. If youhave..cattle or hogs to kill.this is also the Metal Company Is located. at' 102 Stuart Street In
fashion leaders of the country.At place to go.Taylor Jacksonville. (Corner of Stuart & Houston off W. Adams), .I
this popular shop you will find every need of the Infant really knows how to butcher and process cattle and phone 354-3708. They are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.
from receiving blankets to beautiful dresses. A complete hogs and package It just right for the number In your family Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 8-12 noon.
child from to "Sundaybest. so nice and neat., If you don't own your own hogs or cows I firm
wardrobe for the growing play toys This offers the best service in furnishing a ready
." will pay you to buy your meat from this firm'since they are market for aluminum cans, brass copper litho lead
fair" to adorn his her Is among the'leading meat packers of the country. You can buy where the market
Nothing "ml baby can use or person radiators etc.. highest prices are paid. They
lacking.On your meat here at an affordable price. do not buy steel or Iron however. ,
don't fall to visit where Their plant Is modem and up-to-date. It Is equipped with the enviable
your next trip to Jacksonville, They have established an reputation for their fair
you will always find the management and clerks courteousand best machinery and kept in the most sanitary manner dealings. This up to date firm offers patrons the best service;
efficient. possible. All products manufactured here are absolutely pur and Is aiding In the conservation of waste materials. This is

So. come by soon shop or browse,you will be glad you did. and wholesome made under the most sanitary conditions.you If one of the leading metal companies of the state and has a large
know the excellence,of meat products buy here. You will
patronage from over the surrounding territory. The highest
be glad you did. market prices courteous treatment and good service all

Window Designs govern the activities of this justly popular firm.,
York Truck EquipmentYork For the best service and price for your cans brass copper
etc., take them to Main Metal Company.. you'll be glad you
Window Designs of Jacksonville. Florida Phone 1-904-384- Truck Equipment Is located at 321 North Lane Avenue. did! '
1388 serving North Florida for over ten years and is a favoriteIn Jacksonville phone 783-9494. .
Circle K Feed Ac FurnitureCircle
verticals custom drapery and shutters. Featuring Levolor This firm is headquarters in this area for truck body
factory direct. Levolor Rlvelrs. Levolor Micros. Levolor Wood hardware such as tool boxes dump bodies, lift gates flat beds
Feed & Furniture Is located at 9123
K Country
Levolor Verticals. They offer free
Blinds. Levolor Monocas. gas trucks cranes, wenches latches locks and much more.
shop at home service so give them a can and they will come Richard Hartley Manager Beaver Street. Jacksonville, Florida phone 7834327..

out and give you free estimates. Edie Parrtsh, Owner This is one of the leading truck equipment supply houses Tommy Klttrell. Manager.
shouldn't home or windows be also? This firm is headquarters for feed for your every need Bag
You are unique-- your whose large custom !is increasing over this part of Florida.'
Why should they look like everyone else's when ''Window This section'of Florida as a whole has an added business or bulk BO come by They also carry a line of country

Designs can make them something special? Something advantage by having in It's midst such a well known firm I furniture at affordable prices. '
custom made just for you! All It takes is a visit so they can get whose commendable business methods and accessories of If you are In the market for country furniture you will find
this Is the place to shop because they carry one of the largest
to know you, your taste your personality the look you want quality have gained for them an ever Increasing business.
and best selections of country furniture to be found placeat
your rooms to have. Then their experts will get to work to This well known firm started its business career upon a solid any
choose from hundreds and hundreds of designer the affordable prices. ,
help you foundation knowing that success In truck accessory
to harmonize with walls and carpets. You will love their selection of country furniture. Here you
fabrics styles your business could only Be gained by selling quality products upona
Then they will put professional seamstresses on the job fair margin of profit. will find Just what you want even If it Is Just one or more odd
the flawless draperies and window treatments that pieces or a room full which your purse will not find hard to
producing Fair and honest business methods at all times. Individual
your windows deserve. service to patron have established for them a trade that absorb. .
Installation Is available and you will be pleased with the every So for feed. etc.. or country furniture you will find they offer
extended In direction.
has every out-of-town customers the best of service In the quickest time
results. That's what Window Designs mean Draperies. So for the best quality at the best price and the bet service has been courteous
service 'always
Blinds, and Shutters that are yours alone! Do you deserve any possible. Their and
be did.
go by soon you glad you efficient and they have made.,friends and customers in all
surrounding territories.'i .


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July 5,1890
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KENNETH ETHERIDGt.SHERIFF OF: Bradford County Zoning and Planning Recent Parties Honor ? :
BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA Board to conduct a public hearing at a *
: Notices 6/21 4tchg 7/12;Cant No. SOB regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the Mary Anne Tillman, Bride-Elect : .

I ( ] T"*"*' '' .. -"- "* BieBS BSIS-s-sWS -. ,Council Room, Starke City Hall Starke, The Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Donald W. Thornton was the Betting
,Florida, on Tuesday June 26 1990, and
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT ,make a recommendation to the County for a'delightful kitchen shower honoring Ms. Mary Anne Tillman. on
ORDINANCE t Commissioners and the Board will consider Thursday evening, June 21.
.. IY CITY COMMISSION As guests arrived they were Invited onto the porch and served a
on Wednesday July 18, 1990, at
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF STARKE. FLORIDA the Commissioners Room of the Brad delicious punch and variety of tasty finger foods. Overlooking the picturesque -
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA DUVAl COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed ford County Courthouse, Stark, Florida, view of Kingsley Lake, guests chatted and enjoyed DM air of
CASE NO:VO-M-CP CASE NO.88-10495-CA. Dlv.CV-K ordinance, who.. titlehereinafter festivity pervading the evening.
File No.t 1-41 86 in COMMERCIAL FINANCE appears, will be first read at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relating described to: As the sun set, the group moved into the living room to admire the
IN RE: The Estate olDCWinC. CORPORATION, a corporation. and considered for enactment on th*'' Th. rezoning of the following many gifts Ms. Tillman received. After a time of celebration and
PADGETT. Plaintiff, 17th day of July, A.D.. 1990, at the City property and amending the Comprehensive fellowship, the evening concluded with dessert and drink served in the
land \ Plan to provide
Commission' \II., dining
Dece s dNOTICE vt. Meeting commencing at room.
OF ADMINISTRATIONTO THE TRUMBLE COMPANY, 7:30 p.m., Inth City Hall, 209 N.Thomp. that land curr.ntly zoned A and As a memento of the occasion the hostesses presented Ms. Tillman
AIL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR a corporation: *t at ton Street, Stark, Florida H passed on designated by the plan as Agricultural with an electric griddle.
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Defendants first reading th*proposeed Orddlnonr b* rezoned to ILW and designated In Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Cindy Futch Mrs. Donna Hlx,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED'' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE will be considered for 0 final reading dustrial of Light It Warehousing the pro ,Mrs. Ruth Johns, Mrs. Gloria Vallnskl, and Mrs. Elaine Thornton.
,IN THE NOTICE and adoption on the 7th day of August, perty Gilbert Crosley described as
ESTATE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, Kenneth follows: Parcel' No. 00937000101. In *
YOU ARE HERESY NOTIFIED that the Etrwrldg, Sheriff of Bradford 1990. A copy of said Ordinance may
administration of the estate el DeWITTC. County. Florida under and by virtue of a nbbe Inspected by any member of the, 301 Section South 24. Township 7, Range 7 miles 21 East from Mary Anne TiVjan? toWe-elect of Mike Starnes, was entertained at a
PADGETT,deceased, |pending In the Writ of Execution heretofore "Issued out public et the Office of the City Clerk In Stark 200 approximately RR track the ,lovely Bridesmaid's Luncheon held Friday,June 29, at the home of Mrs.
yards post on
abeve-coptlond Court the address ofl of the above-entitled Court. In theobov..tyled the City Hall Stark., Florida. On the Randy Johns.
dot first above-mentioned all Interested right. The three dining tables were covered with white cutwork cloths and
which It Post Office Box B. Stork. cause, have levied upon You are further NOTICE that
the parties may appear and b* a centered with arrangements of roses and spring flowers. Placecards
Florida 33091. Th. personal representative following property, situate, lying of said proposed ORDINANCE Is
of the."tat..It ROSA L. PADGETT.// and being In Bradford County Florida, heard with! respect to this proposed. Or. available for Inspection at the office marked the seating arrangement for the fifteen guests.
dl_. your Hostesses for the event presented the honoree with a basket lined with
to-wlt a
who. address It Route 2, Box 7768' : of the Director of Zoning and Planning .
Stark. Florida 32091 Th.name and address A parcel of land situated In the South AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE City Hall Thompson Street Starke, country print.Hostesses .
of the personal representative's" One Half of the Northeast On Quarter GENERAL LAW OF THE STATE OF Florida. for the evening were Mrs. John A. Reddish, Mrs. Edwin
attorney ore tt forth below. of Section '3. Township 8 South Rang I FLORIDA ON THE SUBJECT OF REC. Each and having Interest Williams Ms. Marian Douglas, Mrs. Dewey McKinney, Mrs. Randy
All persons having claims or demands 22 East Bradford County Florida: told TIONS; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE whatever every In person the enactment any of this ,Johns and Mrs. Bob Ferguson.

against the estate or* required WITHIN parcel! being mar. particularly DATE. proposed ORDINANCE should appear Mz
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE, descrlbeds at follows: Terence M. Brown,P.A. and be heard at the time and place (
'FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to Commence at a concrete monument at Attorney for City prescribed.
f II. with the Clerk of the above court a' the Northeast corner of Smokerls, a Post Office Box 40 Board of BRADFORD COUNTVCOMMISSIONERS j.-1e.G Q4
written ttat.mnt of any claim or de- subdivision at recorded In Plat Book 3. 486 North Temple Av.nue
mand thy may have. Each claim mutt page 33 of the public records of Bradford Stork.. FL 32091-0040 Bradford County, Florida

b.In writing and must Indicate the basis County Florida, and run S 8844'37"W. 7/05 2tchg 7/12 Itchg 7/05 Our driest state Is Nevada Its annual rainfall averages 8.8 Inches.
for the claim, the mm and address of i along the Northerly line of told P.O. Number 4034
the creditor or hit agent or attorney and Smokerlt. 342.98 feet to the Westerly NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF
the amount claimed. If the claim It not right of way Une of a 66 foot road, ORDINANCE -
thence S MOW" W along sold BY CITY COMMISSION ..... ..,. .. .. .
yet du., the dot when will become run '\. : .7, :. .n ,' ,/'., :,:.; ;:.' d
due thall be tated. If the claim It con Westerly right of way IIn. "76."feet 10 STARKE.FLORIDA ;
tingent or unliquidated, the nature of the Northerly right of way line of a 66'' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed :, 'Town and: Countiy" :Butlnen. .l ;Review. '!
th*. uncertainty shall be ttatd. If the foot county road; thence run North ordinance, whose till. ':': :'" :" :. ': ." : ,, ":' .'
claim It secured the security shall b. SS'O"'"'" W. along told Northerly rightof hereinafter appears, will be first read
described. Th. claimant .hall deliver way line 549.61 feet; thence run Northwesterly and considered for enactment on the
sufficient copies of the dolm to the clerk along sold Northerly right ofway 17th day of July. A.D.. 1990. at the City Fuller Electric Motor Service
to enable the clerk to mall one copy to line with a curve concave Northeasterly Commission Meeting commencing at
each personal representative. ,> told curve having a central 7:30 p.m., Inth City Hall. 209 N.Thompson -
All persons Interetted In the estate to angle of 0"33'19". a radius of 8495.78 Street, Stark., Florida. If poised on Fuller Electric Motor Service Is located at 6566
whom a copy of the Notice of Ad- feet, an arc length of 62.56 feet and a first reading the proposeed Orddlnanc. In 1875 a group of German archaeologists Commonwealth Avenue Jacksonville Florida, phone 781-
mlnlitratlon has been mailed chord bearing and distance of N34'49or will be considered for a final redding discovered the ruins of
are required 4944 and is the place to see or call for electric motors, new and
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM W. 62.56 feet to the Westerly and adoption on the 7th day of August the original/ Olympic/ stadium/
used sales service and US Electric Lincoln
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF right of way line of a county road and 1990. A copy of told Ordinance may Greece. repair. Century
THIS NOTICE to til. any objections| the point of beginning, thence run Nor- nbbe Inspected by any member of the motors Machine shop service. Dynamic balancing.This .
they may hav.that challenge the valid) 'thwesterly along told Northerly right of public at the Office of 1h* City-Clerk In outstanding business offers a most comprehensiveservice

ty of the decedent'. will, th* qualification way line with a curve concave Northeasterly the City Hall. Stark. Florida. On th. In electrical repair work on electrical motors and the

!of the personal representative, or, told curve having a central dot first above-mentioned all Interested Church of God of Prophecy. rewinding rebuilding of them. They have saved the purchase
angle of 022ri5 radius of 8495.7B parties may appear and be
the venue or |urltdlctlon of th* court. a
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND OBJEC- feet an arc length of 366.37 feet and a heard with respect to this proposed. Or. 2138 N.Temple ef many a new motor because of their satisfactory service.

TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER chord bearing and distance of N dinance. Pastor.T.Laney They also have new and rebuilt motors for sale. Throughoutthis
BARRED. 33-2T16"W. 366.35 feet to the West (line AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE 964-7712: section this concern is known as one of the best In the

Dot of the first publication of this of the NE 1/4; thence run N 00"19'08"W. BIDDING REQUIREMENTS FOR PURCHASES .< _,4 ., 6ERVICES business. You can be sure that when they do a Job it Is well

Notice of Administration: 28 June. 1990. along sold West line of the NE 1/4 a AND CONTRACTS WITH THE CITY Sunday..... ...10 am tc 6 pm done, as there Is no branch of this work that they have
ROSA I. PADGETT. distance of 20.19 feet to the Southwest OF STARKE; REQUIRING PURCHASE Tucs...............12 Noon
Personal Reprsentatlv comer of the J. Tannl. lot at described ORDERS: REQUIRING INFORMAL Wed..... .. .. . .730pm overlooked. In the repair department they have In charge able
Of the Estate of In O.R. Book 16, page 135 of the public TELEPHONE BIDS; REQUIRING FORMAL Thurs..... .eo ... .._ .12 Noon and efficient workmen, which enables them to rewind,
DEWITTC.'ADGm. ; records of Bradford County, Florida: COMPETITIVE BIDS; REQUIRING CITY Fri. .. ... ..... .......730pm rebuild, or repair electric motors, no matter what your
Deceased.. thence run N 8954'26" E, along the CLERK TO PROMULGATE RULES AND
troubles may be and they do It In a most satisfactory manner.

954 North Tempi Avenue to a concrete monument; thence run N DATE.
Post Office Box 995 0019'08" W, along the East line of sold Terence M. Brown P.A. I OF GOD Budget Mobile Home Supplies

Stark. Florida 32091 'Tannlt lot 157.57 feet to a concrete Attorney for City 42*N.S*.ClaIr .. 94-544 '
((904)) 964IO monument on the South line of Post Office 10.40 'Pastor:-David Pleasant Budget Mobile Home Supplies Is located at 8225 103rd St.,

Florida Bar No. 144625 Roosevelt Street at shown recorded on "The In 486 North Stark.Temple.FL 320910040 Avenue Wa invite/ yoi.,to worship with us Jacksonville, two miles west of 1-295 a Division of Powell Co.
Haven" thereof
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative at per plat mobile home will be glad to know can
6/28 7/05 Plat Book 2. page 25 of the public: 7/OS2tchg7/12 Attended Nursery If you own a you you
2tchg recordof Bradford County. Florid! Sunday School ?.,,_???,,..,. losers buy mobile home parts and supplies here at budget prices.
r" Control* Sill
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION. Morning Worship 'eoricrete and blocks and a full IJne 'of '
fhenceimo N-.vttMJNn: olottg-Jha 1 They.also'carry steps
-. ... srtrt"r t hi ,11 hu t Ssrvise 6 pm
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO South line of said Roosevelt Street FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO WMmwUy Youth M..w...?_............. 7-30 pm I PVC pipe arid'nttihgs. Give them a call at 1-772-0929 or 772
REGISTER 165.75 feet to the Westerly right of way THE LAND USE PLAN 0939 or go by. They have served this area for 17 years.If .
the Comprehensive
line of a county road; thence run S An ORDINANCE amending
Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section NAME 86509 florida. 11'2'15"W. along said Westerly' right of land Use Plan EI.m.nt and Come Worship With Us you want a mobile home and/or need parts and service, see

Statutes, notice It hereby given that the way line 40861 feet to the point of Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH or call someone that Is tops In the business. See this fine firm
undersigned. Wayne frier Rt. 8 Bon beginning. with the local Gov.rnmentCompr..v. which specializes In plumbing and electrical heating and "
1089. Live Oak, FL 32060, sole owner at the property of the above-named Planning Act of 1975 as Corner of Pratt and ChristianSun. parts and cool sealing, air conditioning water heaters, doors

'doing badness under the firm name of Defendants and that on the 23rd day of provided for In Chapter 163 of the School 9:45 am and winows and much, much more. They also d' t downs
Rt. 5 Box July 1990, Monday, at two-o'clock on Florida Statutes
7994, Hwy 301 North. Stark. Florida told day on th.premises of the Brodfo TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Sun. Evening Morning Service Worship 7:00 and underpinning. If they don't have what you want or need,

32091 Intends to register told fictitious County Sheriff's Office I will offer for Interested persons.You Wed. Service 7:00: pm they will be happy to see that you get it.
nome under the aforesaid statute. sale and tell to the highest bidder for and each of You are hereby and Night pm So for the best quality, the best service and the best price,

Dated this 13th day of-Jun..: A.b.- cash,In hand the the above-described of the sold Defendants property herewith Florida given" Statutes notice that In the accordancewith Board of Pastor Ronald Hannah give them a callyou'll be glad you did. They are open from 9-
as property
1990. In Bradford County. Asst. Pastor John Leshuk Friday 9-4 Saturdays and 11-3 p.m.
6/21 4tpd 7/12 to satisfy told Execution Sal.will County Commissioners of Bradford 6 Monday through
be subject| to any existing (hens. County Florida have designated the Proclaiming The flood,The Book Blessed Hope Sundays.

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complete Buy Here Pay Here 987 Temple Ave.

center" 1320 N.Temple Ave. 864-N.Temple 964-7061 %4-6111

eveglass 964-/ .- . ,
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STARKBWe for Over 50 Yean better at Denmark's s
alternators I
rebuild&Generators ttarten. Steve and Cindy Futch i i'r 43} W. Call 964-5827 964-6871

juj *.r\ifc mttrt Sta>*0 964-6200 'I
607....Temple 64-791i KevstoM Heights 473-3176 i s1 Ministries >
Lamp of Jesus TULLER
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'S DRUG STORY. t ,f .Crag is Consignments i CHIRU tCTIC'CENTER
: State B 100 STtowud: OUmpracttcCsTe I IMOISJw
FASHIONEDf3 01 Stair pea fCrysracatale right an 2'thAV''. ,J W iy
OLD SODA { follow signs.Bvss. .
FOUNTAIN SERVICE MksHom.Ows.d; i f '6r 1 ,. 9647109 b. 473-7213'
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....w..JMJ. >." N44$17 __ f' WESTERN STEm FAMILY

Most Co. NOEGEL'S AUTp 1' CORBETTS TIRES &:' Allen's Office Supplies 'Je Son STEAK HOUSE.FniHMaofuiH

U$301 yTire NT.: Starke I. SALES SERVICE and Printing Company FlbreglissWorkHamtof !! Western Steer

OmtpUUTbvSliop&Autil Art Supplies Custom framing ta Stmybiodhr* US 301. South
964-6600 WonliiftMftDttkfiUtoaywtdfa j lost
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Service your
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--exMu.t' '1018 N.Tempi Ie 964-64 '
AII I Insurance .
NAPAAUTO erwillega r Motors Inc. CROSLEYMANUFACTURING' u:.. .:: V>t ABeay'DC

PARTS STORE'Ma&faa" Sales & Service 440 W.Madison,

BANK t 206 W.Madisot.*US 301 CORPORATION CWlnn-Dbde Shopping Center) Accident, L Family Care Center
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1 voting ..LIQUOR

jl' : ....
Revival... i'f

A revival scheduled at the New Open SPECIALS SA L E
River Baptist Church July 9 July 4th
through 13,7:30p: m.The church is
located just off CR-235.north of tiI
Brooker. Speaker is Terry Cran- ------;- REGULAR, I ,
ford pastor of the Lake Butler I" I LIGHT I
First Baptist Church.Gospel 'o X-GOL6

Sing... !' I f\1\ isE : j
Free Bar-B-Que and Gospel sing, ; '
Saturday July 7, e to 9 p.m. featuring '! ''" 1079.200 '
: j 11M =
Rushing Wind and The Durden CEllGJlIJ I ] =-__ U SUITCASE
Family. Lamp of Jesus Ministries, M-120Z.CAN8
east. For info call 9647109. YID

Vacation Bible School... j 7 DAY THE KEYS ______ !. ,!
At St. John Missionary Baptist SALE on IER1/E '
Church, Lawtey July 9 through 13 \.. L
at 5:30: to p.m. Reverend Herman tMil' ocniee

Johnson Pastor. [tIi I IiffiIrnm.J." S B I .. A'. ; I '

Notice... =
799.150 ?SUITCASE
Bradford Ecumenical ,1
Ministries, '
I "
Inc. is trying to identify those I ',, '1:1: I E .f:t'JD' I. .. I\! oJ ff''I':! .,2 oz.CAlIS
families who have children receiving I i SALEPRICE-MAIL.INREBATE=AFTER REBATE JI
free or reduced lunches throughout ::
system. .,___ .... __

,groups If you, your child family Is in either may of be these eligible : II ':f11J1IIIlml1! l I I 'f! II l'Ir I !I' E p E I ,' LARGE BAO CRUSTALrw CLEAR

for food through our agency during ICE
the summer months. If you would ...j ABC 80 RONRCOwAPP I .
like to apply for food assistance, { JB TEACHER'S Gilbey's 4 89
come to 408 W. Lafayette St., fc'; I Gin.VODKA II""': ;; PUEMRTCO RUM DARK ;;'
Monday-Friday 1-4 p.m., to make SCOTCH WHISKY il' R1CAN 9.49sALI
application. ? .. Run I GOLD OR WHITE :
l .* .3.00::
'i 1J An :
BHS Alumni... 2099 1299
BHS alumni are planning a' 1199 :. ,: .j 1299 949 M ;: 11 i 6.49 AF1ER REBATE I T COUPON FOR A

centennial celebration of Bradford CS. OF 12.$143.88 CS.OF 8-$125.94 J CS.OF 8.$77.94 CS. OF 6-$56.94 CS. OF 8.577.94 CS.OF 12-111388 '$1.00 OFF*

years High The School old BHS in Alumni,1991.which Association will be 100 is ;,...\;;' C1co.,..eS6/;). USHER'S SCOTCH BEEFEATJR: W\HL'NK,, 'E'R'S il. (aptainJt\Ofgao ORIGINAL !4'-'V TFoMQ\\V. : ,

sponsoring a membership drive. I SPICED RUM I c
Join today. If your membership has : 14.99 SALE GIN GIN = ,1 l 4.99 80 VODKA
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues ">.no ,,, B';"IIR 90.4- 'PROOF"ice Li .

32091.are Association$5.Dale Send Brown., P.O.checks Box President.to 1094 Alumni, Starke, A',\I .y...-.;.-... 1499 1 Z.99 AFTER KUTI REBATE wf'"'."' 2299 64' 9 ML .,.. g. 11.99REIATI 649 I I '.I -1.00 3.99 SALE ccuPoN"multl. ,

Iii iJJ CS. OF 8 .$89.94 CS. OF 6 $89.94Cutty _) CS OF I.$137.94 CS.OF 12.$76,95 CS. OF 8.589.94 CS. OF 12.n.ee I WITH Tltllf.
Three BHS Classes... ''I 2f2ft COUPON '

Three BHS Classes, 1959-60-61, .D EWAR' S. F1,61SCHMANN I I N0.1:t.
have '., C/CUlI//L- J --j AtDUIIAILIATAIOlSftA
scheduled a 30 year" reu- I Wbtte Label; f' GIN r-Ii r'-n I WITH THIS CUTOUTCOUPON
nion, Friday and Saturday, July .... Sark ,- OFFEE FOR
20-21. .' SCOTCH SCOTCH ..,; GIN r LIQUEUR DIEfPEPSi. ; $1.00 OFF
It is essential that all class I I'J'
members return forms { ...... L1 .t'.l 1399
as soon as 1"99 699 I < _
possible, in order that planning can I ."' .l I I 2690 2190 r .i. fA 109 v

be finalized.For CS.OF 12.$83.88 CS.OF 12.$164.95 .
information,call Charles I CS. OF 8-$161.94 CS. OF 6"$129.95 CS. OF 12- $155.88 -=:I ON THE PURCHASE OF GROLSCH

Francis, Ph. 964-7735,Tom Smith ". ',,..t"", .., CONSUMER LAGER Owen good BEER on....to-pack I
t Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon Ph. of Qrofscn Premium Beer
9645358. :tf1!1 !1 1 I I I '!1q_ II i J : i{J B i R I Llmfl on.iWKJomi pw housetxxd ex togd drtnWnj VaM tyt only toRorMi

BHS Class of 1980... ,:: \ EXPIRATION DATE:MY 10,1IMJ
TAAKA Stolichnayad T1lu1
The BHS Class of 1980 reunion is WINDSOR > U.l1tJ: ;. '.
set for August 11, 1990. Anyone may {!aa. CANADIAN VODKAOI.VODIC! ., -1 KESSLER IMPORTED GERMANBECKS '
attend, it is not restricted to 1980 BEAM
18.99 .
1.75 GIN 150 10.99sALE .
BHS graduates. Call ph. 964-7475 .7 SALE .. BLEND '
for information. .a. .2.00...... N .1.50.
:.: =l r iJINRN"t' LIGHT OR DARK.
MIddleburg Festival... '. I -.... 16 99 AmR 1199 999 9 49 AATER 14- 1390 1269 I
,1\ : REBATE -'I'' a AERATE :;,:;:,: 99
The Historic Middleburg Festival :.' .., cs. 0".$113.94 CASE'"''.$71.50 L-J CU,6 $59.94 CS.OF 12-$131.88 .<= cs.0'8..1.111 CS. !IF e'$78.14 3 1t ot.
is seeking artists and crofters to 6-PK N MTU.
participate in the 4th annual arts ; r.1 111 I "
,r I and crafts festival slated for Saturday :.. Canadian HARWOOD ABSOLUT TAKKOV 4 c'\\D 1'
Mist ..... ...
Oct. 20. f CANADIAN. s, .m. RED
Last year the festival attracted (, 750 6.29 SALE" 80 VODKA VODKA BLACK LABEL 86.PROOF I WHITE J"
"thousands" of visitors
to the sponsors.For according 1IW. ML2.00 K: .. 99 .. ll 99 Illi 99 wMn E BLUE
further information, please 4y 11 I t 21 649 1 999 "BW '
call Mara, Ph. 282-9169. 4.29 REBATE u: oI.i:;: UN. 750 ML Eu'=.
CS. OF 12.$75.48 CASE OF...".. &if\\ CS.OF6.5131.94 OFl2.IIU' CS. OF 12-$131.88 CS.OF 12-(119' ,88 624.CS 120l.J .
Hazardfrontpage .. ... .. CANS

:'.i); LORD $cagrams Smirnolf DEDflKfl fLE1SCHMAq N'S. ABC KENTUCKYBOURBON' :: '

( 1A) / 80 PROOF PREFERRED ,.-
Should the Polk County site be .-: VODKA BEER

denied become Union County for would the hazardous again ;' ; i T 849 ? 9.E REOIllAl1,UONTALL
a prime target 1299 1099
1499 1099 12 "
waste plant, UCAP President .(('I ':. 'J ii:=.,.'."- ,.1)) LTA. ......r.,.... .

Buddy Raoul siting Clark Revels a hazardous of DER said who he waste was has workedon told treat by $:, CASE OF 8.577.94 CS.OF 12.5101.88. CSt OF 8.$89.94 CS. OF 12.$131.88 ::1 ,CS.OF e.$65.94 CS OF 8.$77.94 "! 1 ti?p2iN;

ment plant in the state. !
County Commissioner Joe Riddick .II'JI.l'H. ] =4' 'WII:4iI: _.11['.'.'.1 1 'f'' ''=- "il"I; :IIII[r 'WII 'f"IItII .of'HI:. IJlm. fmll"'f''tII" =4I .
said he talked to a Polk County com Bolls ..e" ""M: 4.69 "'- -" C Beaulieu == :M 8.9'
BD -
missioner in San Francisco recently Gallo !t: !E'dA.. 6.19. Moet & Chandon = ML 18.99 BudoRMouton
at a meeting with the North Central I Cadet '=' :. 5.99 .. 750 Sebastian! ':, :M 4.29
.Y' NB
Florida Regional Planning Council. Carlo Rossi SSiS, \=. 3.79 Korbel :O:: 9.99 tl1': BUD LIGHT

Riddick said the Polk Commission is RothburyTrlmbach "H":::'ALI:' Teo. 8.49 Mondavi CA" ........"' ......-. 1 S 8.99 frelxenel 110 5.99 Beringer 2N1/AND.L"WI" 750 M L 5.49
adamant that the hazardous waste -- ? -'" LTA. .Aoo"'O'O ilL udweiB"1 ORY9.1.
treatment facility will not go into f'. ,, :: :M 8.99 Inglenook &BS&Taylor LTA. 6.29 Gold Seal oa.uNC. 7"ML 8.99 *Chol. SI. lean DMMOR"Y :. 12.99 IG.:---..::- I 61U3D ...eIli
Polk County. y :; ....
: 19.99 Mondavi ML 7.9
the with DER Chaleau M.T Teo lUll:
During controversy LM-NN. I\'I\,, L\=. 4.79 Dom Perignon ...,1 ML 69.99
over the flawed site selection process IA".NIA': MIDI :M 4.49 Glen Ellen :""MR.CN: :M 4.79 ,
ValckenbergPescetlno _,....,.. 710 4.49 C ,
other factors have been Gallo _...-. LTA 5.49 Cook's "U7E-0RY ML
brought to light. Blanco r:'':"TIIJ :M 5.49 = ::.: 16D 8.49 Parduccl CIt'A""AY :M' ...3 MICHELOB I .
One such is a regional pact Involving I' ABC; "' : =r. dA, 4.99 BeccaroAstiSpuman. ML l
several southern states, being q. Brown Bros. GAADeMA, :M 9.99 :M 9.49 Sebastian! iw.'A"M'D.L': :M' 4.29I ':.' REG.,LIGHT,DRY
supported by DER, under which Gold Seal rw 3'.wh L\=. 3.79 M & R AIUOUY' ..
Florida would import hazardous :;ii franzRehSandeman== e e :M 4.49 ,.. Geyser Peak "':::, M 4.49) 3 39 I

waste from other southern states for ; 6-PK. '
treatment.Studies by DER concluded 'roe, :M BeaulleuLouis : :M 7.49 t :

that the Sunshine State would : *IL Cardo < :M I ebnsttantMONTAICMO D,, : ANOfL GEYSER 'l'1CV'YloUV'_...,.;u. Martini E..AIDa :M 5.43 ,
have to Import hazardous waste if a 11 I EeNAT ''ON PEAK
treatment plant is to survive finan Lancer's Rose L 0 'PlNO'NO"" MoUAY" RED.WHITE CABERNET/IMAORTEDRANG BAUVNUION! Gallo .R."'eT'N.WINCM 710 ML 2.19 f;
cially. 12.9916.5 "HIT."IY SLUSH CHAAOONOAY ... Mooseheaa.REGULAR .
Since Florida has no hazardous |adol yru:. :M :L _.._ CIul. SI. Michelle ...- :M '.It !/ ,LIGHT ,
it is fair that
waste Florida accept wastes only from outside *|J.Y. Meursaull :M 649 LTR. 499 ._ 399 Sutler Home _0 S1:. :Iff 3." I 29

the state in return for depositing *Chateau de Sales 70 :; .$38.94 '-:4 Inglenook cszsi E II I 4 .
hazardous wastes that are not .( NNNAA ML .OF 6 CS. OF 29.94 CS. OF 12 $47.88 AY .. 9',99 6-PK.
degradable In outside landfills, say
officials of DER. The regional planis -1J.H.'''...."....=- ...'1J::( J ,.,......"., =- ,
also supported by the federal EPA "
(Environmental Protection Drambule ESS '? 19.99 Courvolsler YS :. 15.99 COUNTRY CLUB '

Agency). fledges Duller 86 uA 20.93 Amarelto -.A..NNe M 14.99 e MALT LIQUOR

(agermelster uHarvey's :If 18.93 ABC 100' Vodka U: 13.49 2.49 6-PK. CANS' ,.

Rec. Parkfrom =- 'Z 7.99 Bailey's ZX. M 13.99 46A Z.

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I 'O TIRMSAI ALT I u18Rsr.Rif 7 I -"'Af.Alf I I I ra-

closed and Clay several County.yean The ago landfill and was the ...."1..1. e' I SEAGRAM'S i I RELSKA I .I. I BLACK' mill

ground will be reclaimed for use by [lIe} r.. I GIN I ; I I VODKA I : I VELVET' l

sand the proposed with a park polyethylene, with layers of 4 113.49: ) I 9.99: $I 12.49171:; .

underneath.The sand will be provided E p.tO1BR .- I E tti 5BIBNaI.lBB w E ral aRTws gf.BBal j
-------- -
by Blanding from an unused and I. WBMEIBAT,na 4TAYLOR I wBAr mi tGALLO SUCAI. |UI I ; moan Ali II
unreclalmed area mined out by the I SSIRVERMOUTH I ANDRECHAMPAGNE B I ABC t
DuPont Company.The
will be free for the CHABLIS I I I I CHABLIS.11 ,..,. ,
park use by CALir. ; I I wn,nur,cou own/ ,ILUW i ,.
public and Camp Blanding personnel : I I I
with no fees charged except 3.
when used by Softball or soccer 'j E R.CBneBE wcw.M- .s e _.,/Da.Br .. -j- E As owse ss ,, E..UMIMIS.IfBDRt
teams, or tennis tournaments. -' -
Commissioner Jett said a portionof
the county's $420,000 recreation WE BEAT '
fund derived from the one-cent option _. / t ,
sales tax would be used to (/ .f!, I
/ ir
develop the will property contribute, and Camp some .mm LOCAL I I'' : : I :

materials and labor.

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THURSDAY July 5, IUlI(1Sction(

.HJ.7Mf .'r 1


1r&e County tat**

L iAdl l II

I Legal Can Still Be DangerousTake I

I Precautions When Using Fireworks This Fourth of July Safety Officials Urge I

by Marcia Coodg .
-. '!f flammaole materials. 2)) Keep a
ICT Staff Writer rww bucket of sand or water nearby for
The Fourth of July would not be \ w pouring on fireworks that do not go
complete without the boom, flash = --- off. 3)) Never ignite fireworks in a
and sizzle of a fireworks display,but container, especially one made of
only if those fireworks are handled glass or metal. 4) Spectators at
carefully by people who know what fireworks displays should stay
doing within designated safety areas.
Martha Epps, Director of Patient Even the flash powder of unexploded
Care at Bradford Hospital reported fireworks can be dangerous if bandied -
June 29, that doctors had by an untrained person.
already treated one fireworks Injury
here in Starke...five full days before Legal In Another State
the Fourth. The patient was a little But Is It Faulty?
girl who was badly burned when a ... FDACS also notes that fireworks
Roman candle blew said Epps.
which sold in other states
are legally
"In the past I've seen far too many
sometimes than the
are more con-
fireworks related injuries, she
said, "I've seen people burned, people sumer bargained for. The Consumer
Product Commission (CPSC)
who had fingers blown off... I Safety
millions of units of
can't stress the for / "regularly seizes
enough necessity
fireworks that come into the United
to children who -
parents supervise
u State from overseas. Government
are handling fireworks and for ........ t 1: safety standards violated in the past
: ''7.
parents to know safety rules. .i6. ...., .. include improper warning labeling,
According to statistics publishedby /. unstable bases, defective fuses and
Florida of
the .
Department "
powder overloading, said FDACS.
and Consumer Services ,
,... manufac-
CPSC inspects domestic
(FDACS),almost 10,000 people were '--- ,.-, turers of fireworks and firms which
treated In this country last year for
fireworks related injuries. More Legal fireworks are on sale all over Starke, and consumers should take safety During import a fireworks recent case from filed overseas.againstone

than half of those injuries were Even threat handled incorrectly. such importer, it was found that
burns, many involving the head and precautions. legal fireworks pose a of fire or injury if ---

face (including mouth, ears and ding to" ]FOACS. Only certain types of Substances Acts makes it illegal to types), Those illegal fireworks In- f' .. 1""'; -- -
eyes). About 50 percent of the victims fireworks, specifically sparklers, sell many types of fireworks in clude cherry bombs, aerial bombs, ... ar" I' .
were under 15 old. are allowed to be .. r.frkk .
years legally sold or used Florida (including mail-order kits M-80 salutes and large firecrackers .
Florida has one of the strictest in this state. which provide the materials to make containing more than two grams of 'J". .. .. ..'"' "",-
fireworks laws in the nation, accor- The Florida Hazardous your own fireworks of the illegal powder.FDACS. In hr "n ,

urges that any consumer .... '" .
aware of a place where these typesof ,. .... .:. ..,'
fireworks are being sold to con- ...l'.... .I... ;:; ;
tact law enforcement officials in 1 .
t ;' '
their area. I : -tiJ' .iL1"- 1 "'- -
L The office of State Fire Marshalhas # : ::J__ ..i r 4
.. .. -
a list of some 430 sparklers that --.'-.. I -
are approved for sale and use. "A ., S ..J! '.'
sparkler is a device that showers : I< .i i. ,4., Li;
sparks when burned, does not include ;t : 1fi >ji D
explosive compounds,does not : I "'
YOUR TRUCK detonate is hand-held 5
or explode or 'i
U.S.301 NORTH VILLAGE ground-based, cannot propel itself : : -ARKLRS I If't
964-7500 HEADQUARTERSDEERFOOT through the air and contains not h1
more than 100 grams of chemical
CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE compound which produces sparks," w < S',1
says a publication on fireworks safe-
"' "

: )SSQO'/r: ,:$2oqO:'. :, : ty However from FDACS., many people buy .

'Behind; 'Invoice::on,5/R@ri1a'nngfI.:: W"'JJ9's i fireworks from other states while \.
+ travelling and bring them into '.:, Ji'J.

:GEO'sOidS:: afs:,.;: h vY'Ce'' bt"t ,CorSlc'SfO'TI'uck, \ : is Florida not ,just usually illegal for their to own sell use.these It "" Inf

fireworks in Florida, it also illegal to
possess and use them here.
ILNm IILU..MJtJA\\ Starke Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee
( (:-\ f." said that, basically, anything that
Ot\\'l95tHEA PAYMENTS FROM $ ;,/,) .J ) explodes or propels itself throughthe 1
L-> I / air is illegal in Florida... and 3
A dangerous to use.
''" -
: = -.0 ,_
'$ 0"191Q Hardee said that firemen have
already been out inspecting places
,/," where fireworks are being sold, justas
-- a precaution, and that no illegal -
venders had been found so far in
Starke. "Our biggest problem is that
people bring the illegal fireworks in Signs mark fireworks sales displays and safety
from other states,fireworks that are
E : more powerful and have more poten- precautions like fire extinguishers are in place. Fire

tial"People to cause fire don't or injury realize," he said.how Department personnel have already checked to make

--- dangerous fireworks which certain that venders are complying with safety rules
themselves are," he said, "A rocket

QlQ 98.lZMJ 4 Q Q.dm: Qrt QQ' 'lOA l A 4} QrJa can nited lands leave and on travel the a place roof through several where the air it houses is untilit ig- said.officials"I've hope seen more that than consumers a few some will nine be as million conscientious.faulty fir<"vorks

serious personal injuries caused by were imported into the U.s. \by this
A fire can be started without
away. these types of fireworks." firm and found to
one more were
; you even realizing that it's happened have been by five other
999.2Tosele"F..m $ 991 ," imported
Legal..But DangerousEven
$9 A home destroyed and lives lost is firms.
of the devices labeled
the fireworks which Many were
per mo a steep price to pay for the sake of a are
/ few seconds of colored light, he legal for use in Floridasparklers, wrong, had too much pyrotechnic
_r _________ noted. must be handled with caution. powder, fuses which burned too fast
Any type of fireworks which leave Parents particularly should be or too slow, were unstable or failed
the area where they are ignited posea aware that sparklers burn at very to comply with the national safety
tremendous threat of fire, said high tempertures and could ignite a standards set by CPSC.
-:---;- Hardee. Even a safety-conscious child's clothing or surroundings. Local, state and national
$ w person who ignites a propelledtypeof FDACS recommends that young authorities join together in urging
fireworks in a cleared area is pos children not be allowed to play with that residents take precautionswhen
ing a threat to the surrounding fireworks at all, and older children handling fireworks during the
should always be upcoming Fourth of July holiday. If
houses,trees and underbrush. Thereis supervised closely.
no sure way to predict the precise "Always follow the directions on you want a bigger bang than can be
the fireworks and provided by the legal fireworks,why
path a propelled-type of fireworkswill use good judge-
>AT, PS, PB AM/FM Stereo & Much More take, once ignited "People ment and common sense when deal not attend one of the three fireworks
should always consider the surroun- ing with them," said Fire Chief displays planned in the area?
dl.., areas, other than just the area Hardee. Large displays such as those to be
in when of fire held in Lake Butler, Starke and
they are thinking Other safety rules recommendedby
198] hazards," he said. FDACS are: 1) Light fireworks Keystone trained Heights in handling are put on fireworks by people -
The types of fireworks which outdoors In a clear area away from
et 01.5 AT, ps pe dI jEar detonate are also very dangerous,he houses, dry leaves or grass and safely department and personnel are overseen,with medical by fire

fl rescue and police available nearby.In .
E S e OWner. B KMB B B HI B m
Pit. Starke, the Chamber of Com-
ooct p' Musl See BradfordChiropractic merce Is sponsoring Freedom Fest,
4 $1IilfreCiat to beginning at 7 p.m. on Wednesday
July 4, at the Bradford High School,
CenterStarke stadium, fireworks at dusk. The
Union County Chamber of Com-
$ O. Office 0 merce sponsors an annual Fourth of
July celebration in Lake Butler at
S49S. 218 S. Walnut St. Lakeside Park which lasts all after-
Next to the Chamber of Commerce noon on July 4,with fireworks beginning -
at dusk. Keystone Heights
964-4957 begins their celebration Tuesday
night, July 3, with fireworks set for
Wednesday night, July 4, In Theme
(2:9Q: ,Nissan Sentra '83 Plymouth Shadow 88 Hundai Excel PAIN CONTROLHeadaches Park.

rfffi- American Legion Post
Ws'tooisptY b n 4DrArAC GL Neck & Arm
k ;"})hJ j, 6$ $(' if. Mid Back Celebrates Fathers DayThe

:- f" Low Back & Leg,, INJURIES American Legion Auxiliary,
t;$9495: t $6995 ,:; 3995 .Work Related Unit 56, honored fathers in the Post
-SportsPersonal by hosting a covered dish dinner for
..., j,', the legionnaires on Friday evening,
; /00 A:, -
t lt"vv. :: >., y Auto Accidents June 15, at the post home.
About 40 members were presentfor
90 Olds Custom "'88 Chevy P/U/ ,, 89 Olds 87 Olds ? DR. W. DAVID SIKES the occasion.
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Herb Thomas was honored for be-
Cruiser,Wagon d Cutlass Supreme CustomCruiser ing the oldest veteran present. Herbis
"C'1S00 THE TEAM APPROACH 88, a veteran of World War I and
Loaded,Blue was accompanied by his wife,

$14 995 $6995 1$9495 : Loaded CHIROPRACTIC 24 HOURS A CARE DAY WHEN. 7 DAYS YOU A WEEK NEED IT Peggy The youngest member presentwas
:55 Owner Bob McGuinn, accompanied by
wife Rose.A .
'" ," 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
card party followed the
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ti3O.OO By AppolntmMit
.1000 Cash Down tax.tag &titleI rnB Onto Haunt M. p.m. and some members played pool at
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. Bradford/Union Girl Scouts Hold Joint Bridging and FIv-UiP Ceremony t tScoul.

in Bradford Union held a Each day began with spraying and tures, allrequiring individual burgers, proving rf eat well M all who contribute! to ,
can In
joint bridging and fl ,-up ceremony powdering for rcdbugs, ticks and you Sarah Looney."llrned Outd''or Cook, Thanks to
May 21 in Fellowship Hall at the yellowf lies but became creativity. a primative camp site, Outdoor Fun and Water Fun Cadet- the outstanding program at Neyati.It .
First United Methodist Church. Girl used to the procedure everyone and the fun each The most popular event at Neyati All units worked on badgespatches lea with. unit leader Carolyn Eaves, takes many people and many
Scouts K"from one level to a higher began. year is the time spent In during the week.Everyone was earned Games and Animal Observa- hours of labor to have a successful
Kingsley Lake. The time at the very excited when they learned they tion Interest All Thank to the staff at Camp
one at this each project patches. camp.
ceremony year Singing under the director of
water I is for the
never had
long enough
Brownie Troops 683 and 690 open-- Laurie Mullins was a favorite of the Scouis. Thanks to waterfront staff completed their requirementsand Scouts received (the camp patch Blanding for readying the site, to all
ed the with received their badgespatchesat Stephanie Sellers and Jeanine the staff, especially director Laurie
program a flag campers, who learned new songs Dirk Schmidt and
ceremony while enjoying their favorites. Terry Godfrey. Thursday's court of awards. Sellers staffed the Tagalong unit Mullins who put it all together, to
Crossing over the floral bedecked Wednesday the older Scouts enjoyed Daisys and Brownies with unit With everyone in their yellowT Ellen Godfrey and Jim Garrisonwho
bridge first were Daisys, Megan Flag ceremony was conducted an overnight.The smell of Girl leaders Lee Anne Dampier, Cathy .shirt sporting a Daisy with a lady shared their nature expertise,
Connaughton, Alicia Paterson, each day by a different unit. Scout stew and fried chicken filled Hilliard, Pam Thrift, Ruth Corey, bugand bee,(designed and screenedby to all the daddies who helped set up
Kricka Nelson Ashley Adams, Everyone lined up quietly to pay the woods during the evening hours Sue Moredock, Lynn Miller, Sharon Andrea Abrams) the Scouts camp, to bus driver Judy Garver
Stephanie Fulch, Laura Reddish, respect to their counlry and of course there were many burnt Brady (who also served as first travelled In the large yellow school and the crew from the bus barn who
Christy Reed, Tanisha Hamilton, Highlights of the week included marshmallows put between aider),earned Earth and Sky,Water bus to Gainesville's Morningside responded so quickly, to American
Lilian Miley, Shelly Brown and Jen- crafts, with Judy Dukes and Susan chocolate and graham cracker Everywhere and Outdoor Adven- Park on Friday.They all enjoyed the Legion Post 56 for the camperships
nifer Mollerup. Troop 332 is led by Norman, where Scouts decorated cookies. ture. Juniors, with unit leaders guided tour, scavenger hunt, (which helped five Scouts) to Oleela
Debra Connaughton, LeAnne Dam- sun visors, made bark magnets, All units cooked one noon meal in Mary Looney, Nancy Webster and playground and picnic at the Park lo for purchasing supplies and to all
pier and Dea Paterson. carved soup and painted nature pic- "'mlinhot dogs!: tacos and ham- Diane Moodv. Joyce Lewis and conclude the week of nature who 'ran off copies'.

Cathy Hilliard, leader of Troop
410, sent Daisys, UaToya Aldridge,
Shannon DeBlock, Amber Fmilk, -
Umtsey Replogle, Rachel Kiiy. I.
Jamie Lyn Register.Chryslal Suinp-
ter and Jaclyn Tomlinson over the
biidge. The Daisy were welcomed
to Brownie Scouts by Pam Thrift U.S. Choice
and Ruth Corey Each Daisy was
presented a fresh daisy flower by -
their new sister in Brownies and all Whole or HalfSemiBoneless
joined hands and sang the Brownie
Smile Song.Brownies.
flying over the l budge -
and welcomed into Junior Girl ,
Scouts by Betsy llersey and her
helpers<< were Melissa Crews, Deanna 7/
Henderson, Pulrishn Kimbrell .
and Tiffany Rice of Brownie Troop .
683 with Ruth Corey and Gertrude 'Ribeyes
Onffis as co-leaders Pam Thrift, I
Sue Moiedock and Lynn Miller of / LB.
Troop 6980 sent (Heather Patton,
Leigh Johns, Lane Tougaw, Shian II
Walkup, Carrie West coil, LeeAnn
Poison and Bonnie Bishop Koch of .

from these l girls:their received new sister a fresh in daffodil Junim'Scouls WHOLE or HALF BONELESS RIBEYES $398

Laurie Mullis cluster coordinator -

Tort Melissa Hersey.Crosby, welcomed'I'I'aciMcCullough from into Junior Caddies.Troop und There's Nothing Like the Taste of a W-D Brand Steak or Roast,

614 led by Betsy Hersey and Patti
McCullough. New Cadetles also W-O BRAND u.s. CHOICE ,

received a fresh daffodil BEMI-BONELEM E-Z CARVE $ 98 I I
The ceremony came lo a dose 3
w itli all Girl Scouts and leaders for- W-D BRANDU.S.CHOICE RIB ROAST . I
ming a circle around the families BEEF BONELESS W-O BRAND U.8 CHOICE p
and singing Make New Friends. SEMIBONELESSRIBEYE
$A 57
Refreshments. were served to I he I' DEIMQNICOWinnDixie '
Scouts and their guests' STEAKS 1.1.

Neyati Day Camp ROAST u !
A Big Success

107 Girl Scouts and staff enjoyed avery U uTHw; LB. BEEF $167

t successful five day camp at SPARERIBS. II II. it
!Novali: on Kingslcy Lake last week
for :Nature At lIs's''


Palatka Plans Fourthof

July Celebration DISCOUNT COUPONS .
Palalka is throwing its best 4ih of : $300 OFF ADULT, "M" OFF CHILDREN
I oleo
July Celebration ever and invites ':,:.. IIiI.V..
everyone to be part of it. NEW FOR
Traditionally Palatka draws
about 10,000 people to its riveifriml 1990!
area for activities and fircwoiks. ../
This year entertainment and special<<
events will be Included \7
Among scheduled entertainmentis A MILLION GALLONS OF
The All American Good Time Jazz
BAnd (previously seen at Rosy v
South fly.Orly. -
Circus, The Great 4th of July Raft STARKE Jtkyll Island, O.orgli 31520*
Race, and myriad free games and 479 WIlt MADISON VTMIT Oil Exit (,' W O p
activities for children, and a whule
lot more.
For more information call the Put
nam County Chamber of Commerceat
328-1503. _
Mornlngslde Nature Center pW PRICE LOW PRICEd
July 4 Program ScheduledThe

Mormngside Nature Center +
invites everyone to enjoy a iradi : -
lional family Fourth of July at the .
center Starting at 10 a,m. the day's
activities include hand churned l
icecream making, corn on the cob, \
watermelon and other foods servedall 1m HOME E
day long. Live music will also be I I I I
provided at Hogan's Cabin by the BARBECUE CH1CXBImm
''Home Boys" Around 11:30 the old
fashioned family games of I I PACK cli c Ditu a
watermelon seed spilling, egg '
losses, sace races and threeleggedraces 680 eVegYDAY
begin. Everyone is invited to ..HOU woman* Sg91 :It pYy Pfice
bring a picnic lunch.There will be no Of TWOIJi '
charge for admission, For more information IAIUM ro7ao lAUD EA.
call 374-2197 UtMUOCUMUMI4HWIC '

Blanding Youth Hunt TURKEY BOILED HAM or

Applications Available

Applications to take part in the .' HAM IVIHYDAY, LOW HICIDEEP IVIIIYDAY LOW PRICK I
supervised youth hunts on the An- ,. ;t
drews and Camp Blanding wildlife :. 9 8 REGULAR Of LIGHT SMOOTH or SOUTH CRUNCHY
management areas and the Nov. 2-4 $2 I '" 1'" I
mobility impaired hunt on the Three : i .... n''tU'f' ., KEYSTONEBEER PEANUT DEEP SOUTH
Lakes Wildlife Management Area Lt3. ,.. *' =: I BUTTER GRAPE
will be available June 25 from Game .i; JELL

and Fresh Water Fish Commission NEW 'LOW RICI!" _"lA__<'_________'r__'__' _'_
office. Applications are not JUMBO ,., o ... "
available from tax collectors or CINNAMONROLLS 12-PK.$421 $129 00
I their subagents Applications will be > 12_. 1S_. 1d-oz.
accepted July 11-27. C"" i CANS JAR JAR
Youth hunts will lake place Oct. ..."" ORANGE,PUNCH,
1M4: and Oct. 27-28 on Camp Blan- LEMOM/LHM or LEMONADE ALL FLAVORS HACK MX
ding and Oct. 20-21( and Oct. 27-28 on 1 10-K THIRST $1 49 FISCHER 99 c DEL MONTE c
ct 99PKO.
Andrews. 2-PK. $141 QUENCHER . m. TEA BAGS . rat PUDDING . pus-

out of their shells and succumb to $199 r FRENCH VANILLA,
the great taste of Northern Florida u. ClIPS STRAWBERRY SUPREME S J
seafood at the Third Annual Seafood REGULAR,NACHO SALSA,.CAT BRAN. ULTRA or CHOCOLATE ROYALS : l
Festival, July 9-14, at Pablo Cix..k UMMLTEO (/ C 'hFtas ULTRA RED DELICIOt).
Marina, 13846 Atlantic Boulevard in TORTILLA APPLE!
Atlantic Beach. IO .99c CHIPS 8 8 SLIM FAST

The culinary festival, featuring' a FRESH $5 9 4 PRESCRIPTIONBWTER '
variety of seafood 'and other KNOTor8 PURCHASEWinnDixie
L $188 KINGSFORD $9$8 1+- .
delicacies, is a main ingredient of ROLLS. CAN I.a. w o.tllB/y
1f.t: ._ .
I he Tenth Annual Greater Jackson- CHARCOAL. . 001x.0S
ville Kingfish Tournament.For .

seafood lovers, delicacies like
deviled crab, fried !gato, steamed
shrimp and grilled kingfish will be Helps YOU Get The

made available Florida' choice by some restaurants of Northeast -

including Ward' Mnding. Cedar
River Sojifo .1 I and Oyster Bar.
e Keeper'' Se..food dud Parsons

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intent to distribute marijuana. datory 10 years in prison and a max. an altercation developed between (FACA). This hotline, FLORIDA
News Briefs John Douglas Cribbs, 41, oIl imum of life imprisonment plus. *$4 himself and Larsen on Herlong 1. -329-FOOD is sponsored by a
::: Lawtey,was sentenced to 41 months I, million dollar fine. Street In Starke. grant from the Department of Community
In federal prison. Cribbs had plead Court records show thatt com Affairs and Is the first of Its TWIN THEATREStarke
guilty to conspiracy to distribute and Larsen-indicted plaint was filed against Lan D by kind In Florida.
possession with Intent to distributemore Cain for assault in an earlier inci 964-5451
Four Sentenced than 100 grams, of marijuana.. dent. Directing callers to local
For Murder Larsen remains In the Bradford resources like soup kitchens, Churches
Ian Drug Case Richard Anthony Lee, SO, of. County Jail without possibility oi and food pantries is FACA's !
Dennis Michael Larsen,42, Indicted 82T5dMi CWI
Newberry, who pleaded guilty to was parole. goal for the Hunger Hotline. Detailson I ;;it7j
Four of five men who pleaded guilty possession with intent to distribute for first degree murder Fri- area food stamp centers, govern- $b DIt
'day, Jum 30, said the office of the
earlier this year after being in- i marijuana, was sentenced to 21 ment surplus food distribution sites
dicted by a federal grand Jury for |I monilia In prlllOn. state attorney, after a grand jury and a variety of meal programs for
found that enough evidence existed OPEN EVERY NIGHr
participation in Bradford
a County specific like senior citizens
marijuana distribution ring were An Aug."IS sentencing Is set for a i for Arraignment a trial. and court dates had', Hunger Ifytllnc Now and farm groups workers are also Starting Fri., July 6th
sentenced June 29, In fifth man arrested in connectionwith 'not been set by the newspaper' Available In FloridaA available. Additionally Hunger -SCREEN 1-
federal court in Jacksonville. the drug ring, Allen Curtis deadline. Hotline volunteers can refer callers
Brothers Paul Lloyd Crawford 40,i Sapp,alias Jay Patterson,39,on his toll-free Hunger Hotline helping to nearby agencies offering free In- : Eddie In
and Rod Allen Crawford 35, both of plea of conspiracy to distribute and Larsen is accused killing Robert people locate emergency food in formation on shopping wisely, I Murphy
Lawtey, were sentenced five years'in possession with intent to distribute Eugene Cain of Starke on June 17. their community is now available feeding children on a low-income ANOTHER 48 HOURS
federal prison after pleading guilty 1,000 kilograms or more of mari- Cain was the boyfriend of Larsen's statewide through the Florida budget, nutrition for breast-feeding
to two counts of,possession with' juana.Sapp faces,a minluntum man-, estranged wife. Cain was! shot after Association for Community_Action mothers, etc. I RATED: R

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W-D SPICED $ 99 W-D COOKED $99 MARKET STYLE tau $990 Loan MoneyMarketAccouunts Applications :Money Depository Orders. $595 Dn. E-Z Payments

HOURS: One Owner, $595 Dn., E-Z
ENDLESS LINK SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $' 99TTUnaaSF 9a.rn.4p.rn.am. S 1'I!!per111.1c t
W-D BONELESS HI Rt. Payments
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NOT or MILD One Owner, $595 Dn.
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77 FORD 150 Pick Up With

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PRUITI'UNCHOAAN. BOaMa MUMOI.r KMfjnOMI another critical role. It neuBihn*certain
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Hand Towel I *2Z1 ."..."..1 HAND 99 for frequent oil(and oil filler)changes.

WaanCloth 99 FR NORTHERN SH OCEAN $O99 LARGE SEA $699, BOUQUETS u If not neutralized and impended

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t I Festival of the Arts Appllcatlon* 'tow AvailableArtists'

applications for he Fifth For an application or informationabout
Annual Starke Festival uf the Arts other aspects of the festival
are now available. This juried. write Starke Festival of the Arts
i multi-media evt'nlill being l>cl :27-ai; In downtown Siarke. Applica-
ii i u... a'""line Is Sept. 28. or call ((904) 372-1976. --

Looking to Rent? Buy? Sell?

Check the Classifieds

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to t- ; Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
E ._ & Speech Pathology
Graduate aruu Andrews center Certified nursing Assistant u>urse...
They Eighteen are,twknU from Mtt In the Santa Fe Community College Certified Nursing AMbUnt Course twoelvMl, their certificate hut.......y. Medicare. Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted

First row-Cindy. Caon,Becky Coleman Ella L.Foster Roue C Gardner.Sharon.Hamilton,Dtoanna C.Hart. Karen lord M.A. CCC/SP
Second row Cathy Hlggtnbotham Stephanie Johnson, Roberta Kane,Cheryl Mawy Karen IHathJ,Cyadee McKenna
Third row Clnny L.Prevatt Joyce Southard Cyndl Stanford,Jaou llm Thayer,Patricia Wood Elaine y_ Peggy Ploatner.
Not pictured u AnJItoUta Lee. Laura Hodges. P.T.
Fourth row SFCC admlnUtratlve staff. Mildred Hitchcock: SFCC CNA tnU. etor| Dr.Dan McKlnnon Dean,Vocational-Technical Beth Bigelow. P.T., RN A.T.C.
Vivian Filer SFCC!:: Nursing Progranu;Dr.Bernard McFadden Coordinator,SFCC Andrew Center. : Education SFCCj
S.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.
SFCC Offers Classesto I Melrose, Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091

Help Make I 475-3113 9642208Hours

Career Decisions
by Appointment Physician Referral

.. Focus on Careers kwl ..._" ..- .--,,-- -
Focus on Careers at Santa Fe
Community College can assist you in ? Our Main Branch andAM
: the decisions necessary to pursue a ; ,
new career path. During the two Bradford
; week seminar from July 23- August
i 3, the following services will be provided -
: : vocational assessment, information 1ft Branch

programs about high pre-employment wage training .. ;..1e I ERIC Will Be ClosedWednesday
preparation and discussions of ,
current e
employment addition goal trendsIn setting and per- w .y 1 i d i f ''L II ,

sonal growth skills will be addressed. e ( I July 4th
The seminar meets daily from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Fri- > 1 < "" l*'" "
: day and is free for adult residents of Regular Business Hours Will Resume
: Alachua and Bradford counties. Thursday July 5th
: Contact Andrea Ashley at 395-5393
for further information. I .L_._._ ; Florida National Bank

Whispering Pines Awards ..
Focus on the Future Scholarship. .105 W. Jefferson St.. Starke, 32091
1 From left,Gloria These of Whispering PIns Care Center la atarke prexxit (904) 964-7050-
i Divorced? Widowed? Re-emering the Unda Burgle Scholarship to Audrey Hill.SFCC Andrew Center 'St EQUAL HOUSING LENDER
; the#job market after years of working Coordinator Dr.Bernard McFadden U on Hills left.The scholarship It to be MEMBER FD.I.C.
i in the home? There Is a special used to pay for book and tuition to SFCC'Certified Nursing Aatlrtant
I program to help you make the transition program.
: from home to work. A free
; summer class. July 9 through Aug. The care center established the scholarship: In memory of Linda -p..
2->c; y?,*'J',1s'lvBtlable to homemakers 35 and Health ltel ted .:Tle1d' Radiologic Technology Car-
v Bidet
!II qualify from any of the 16
S counties in North Central Florida. The Health Related;; Division of diopulmonary Technology CAA NI a
r Focus on the Future: Displaced Santa Fe Community College; will of Medicine Respiratory Therapy Nuclear
: Homemaker Program is held at San- fer a class titled "Opportunities in Medical Technology Emergency :
ta Fe Healthcare" 10 from Technology and:
Community College. To July 6:30 p.m. Paramedics will be discussed. 32
register or for more information, to 9 p.m. in building W, room 283 at There Is no fee.For more Informa- :
f call 395-5047! the Gainesville Campus.. Careers in tion call 395-5650. -.- ---
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Fun, Fireworks Mean Fourth BRYAN'S

.' Of Julv in Tri-Countv Area IA 13

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The Fourth of July holiday this ed from J !
week will bring noon until dark July 4. awarded at 1 p.m.
everything frorr Featured
performers include First
greased Activities during the day include
pigs and
to watermelon fishing tournaments Coast Blue Grass, George Britt, children's games, pony rides, a :
eating con- Natalie Minor, Oak SUM
Grove Blue Moonwalk,
tests to the antique car show, baking
tri-county :
area. Brad
ford Union and Grass and Gretsch 68. and canning contest karate exhibition Hardware And ,
have a schedule of all The grand finale for the day's water ski show, cow pattie
celebrate events lined up to celebration will be fireworks at bingo,skydiving skywriting. WYOC Garden Hi
our nation's Centers
in Keystone Beach
dependence. at dusk. Hock-n-Roll station from High Spr-
ings will be broadcasting live begin- I
Keystone's Our Kingsley Lake ParadeThe ning at 12:30.: A band Is scheduled to
its I Country Day 59-year-old Helen H. Gar play at 4.30.Fireworks. TRUCKLOAD
it' The traditional Keystone Heights Wood boat will lead this year's begin at dusk. DOi
July Fourth
celebration actually Kingsley Lake July Fourth Parade!
fi k begins July 3 at the Keystone scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
Recreation Field with the Larry Wednesday. All boats entering the Bradford Freedom F est

*"J Mangum Band kicking off the annual parade will form behind the HelenH. In Bradford County Freedom Fest ,,( .tt,, ,1t2
/' street dance. at the southwest area of the lake ?.4; :' /" # SALE
t: On Wednesday, July 4, the day's near the Girl Scout camp at 9:30: 1990.m.is at scheduled the to kick off at 7:30 INTEREST 1wi I
V"events p 'TIL
begin with 5-k
a run starting a.m.and move clockwise around the Entertainment .i1'lf, ::i IIi v
at 8 a.m. and a one-mile fun run at 9 lake, two abreast, at a slow pace. and stadium fireworks July 4. ,food ,,",4 '.,- /:):J? ,JV&P,. '\ Come Meet The Toro '

..' am.parade Both through runs start downtown near city begins hall.at A entries Last and year's even parade more are attracted expectedto 50 the mainstay of are the scheduled evening. to be OC'T'OBER' 2 11J.9kQ.f) Factory Representative...
Entertainment !
begins at 7:30 u
11 m. '
J" a m
attend this year's parade. Lake .. ->; .: .- Mr. Ed Austin
I Theme Park activities begin In with Katie Smith, a singer from / / ; l,,' :// /
are asked to decorate their
{ 9am. with a craft show. The Gainesville who will the sing the na-
ever- docks, gazebos and boat houses with tional
anthem. Starke's
"M popular baby crawl begins at 10 flags and bunting. own Bill Na .
: McRae awaaawa.t
.r will sins "Flag of Freedom"
a m., and flag ceremonies begin at
10:30 a.m. The chicken scratch Union County Cruise-In II written by David Dodge, Patty Kay
Elder and Carol Milner from
:!l begins at 1 p.m. Starke
,: Keystone Beach The Union County Chamber of and Natalie Jo Minor of Keystone
activities begin Commerce has
organized the Fourthof Heights.
with 1pm.a watermelon and eating contest at July Cruise-In II to be held at A dance group from the Keystone
a volleyball tournament 1
Lakeside Park in Lake
at 2 Canoe Butler July Heights Dance Academy will perform
p.m. races begin at 3 p.m. t
followed by a pie eating contest at 4.The day's events begin at 4 a.m. Nostalgia patriotic, a local dance.group Members will also of
3:30: and fish
p.m. a fry at 4:30: p.m. with a fishing tournament. Weighinis
Live entertainment will be provid- at nnnn and trophies will he sing.Fireworks will go off after dark,

i. Boy Scout Troop... 7O Holds Court of Honor I s

: Boy Scout Troop 70 of Starke safety, aviation pioneering citizenship Marcus Mott, merit badge: ,
: recently held a court of honor to in the nation citizenship in the nation; rank advancement f /
recognize those scouts who have Jason Greene, merit badge: : tenderfoot scout.
achieved a new rank and/or earned citizenship in the nation. Doug Snyder merit badge:
merit badges.Those Patrick Hurst merit badges: citizenship in the nation.
receiving honors were: camping, pioneering citizenship in Nathaniel Whitley, merit badge:
Michael Becker merit badge: the nation environmental science; first aid. rank advancement:
personal management. rank advancement: life scout. tendcl'foot.' All-American
Joshua Brewer, merit badge: Justin Jones merit badge: citizenship Each boy was also awarded a
citizenship in the nation; rank advancement in the nation. "Quality Unit" patch in recognitionof
: star scout. Troop 70's participation in sum-
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Children in the Bradford County Schools Community Education Swimming Program gang up on insturctor Margaret Williams
during a splash fight the last day of the program: at Kingsley Lake.The summer instructional swimming program is designed to
teach each child basic swimming skills. The goal of the program it to teach students correct execution of basic swimming skills and r y d
techniques. The program is funded by the Bradford County School Board and is conducted in cooperation with the Florida National *
Guard and Camp Standing's Enlisted Mens'club.

SFCC Altrusa Scholarship Applications Now AvailableThe Swim program students tuck their feet while hanging onto the dock
.& .. .& at Camp Handing's Enlisted Mens'Club.The children practiceseveral
Altrusa Club of Gainesville !i.s dl'slJ'c.III'aining to improve chances award may be used to cover tuition, available. water adjustment exercises during the pro ff-am.
offering four $500 scholarships l 10 for. .advancement, to train for a new transportation, books child care or
Santa Fe Community College <<.u per field, or enter or reenter the other school related expenses Applications can be obtained from
iludenK i'ih market. The deadline for receipt of com the Santa Fe Community College
Applications will be considered ob .copied as a student at SFCC. pleted applications is July 27 19')(). Starke Center as well as the main
from any woman, age 25 or older, Demonsrates! a need for financial Each application must I bo accompanied campus in Gainesville. Written requests i
who meets the following criteria: assistance. by two letters of recommendation for applications should be
The award must be used for and a copy of the applicant'smost sent to: Altrusa-Santa Fe Scholar-
-Is a resident of Alachua County or classes beginning after the scholarship recent transcript. ship, c/o Women's Programs and
Bradford County and a citizen! If the selection committee meets; a Recipients will be notified by Aug. Special Projects R-202, Santa Fe O 1 S
United States. scholarship cannot be used to pay 21, 1990, of the committee's selec Community College, P.O. Box 1530,
Has a definite plan to use the for classes already in progress. The tion. There are four scholarships Gainesville FL 32602.e. .

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by Marcia Goodg
BCT Staff Writer recycling since 1968." Reynolds first 4
started recycling In order to save the a _
I What do old lawn chairs, pie M qt A s
, some using
money. By
plates, TV dinner recycle tw
trays, rain gutters cans Instead of refiningraw
' lawn mower housings and ore, Reynolds conserves 95 per
I' barbecue grills all have in common? cent of the energy that would be
They mean cash in hand to the con- needed to refine a comparable
sumer who turns them in at a recycling amount of bauxite ore,said Metcalf. '
point like the one on US-301 in "You save enough energy by : +
Starts. recycling one aluminum can to .& ,
The large trailer, located near power a television set for one hour,"
Washington Street on US-301,is open he said. Saving energy means

from through 1:30-4:30 Saturday each p.m.week.Tuesday money, a considerable saved on manufacturingcosts savings. :; (.. ; ; A!! / ;
Reynolds Is presently paying 30-36 Although Reynolds did not start r4cL ,
cents per pound on aluminum cans, recycling in order to conform to the
depending on the volume brought in. Florida law, the law is being ,, t r / M v'
This price is better than 1 cent per satisfied in the case of aluminum
can, since it takes approximately 28 containers. Some 62 percent of all
cans to make one pound, according aluminum cans manufactured by
to Jim Metcalf, public relations Reynolds are being recycled nation- ;;:
.director for Reynolds Recycling. wide, with the figures from Florida J
"People need to realize that when being somewhat higher than the national 'i'
they throw away aluminum ::4f
cans figures, said Metcalf. :
they're throwing away money," he "We met the mandate and exceeded : ,-
said. it,"said DeArmond, "Our goal Is
The company is presently paying to reach an 80 percent recycling Ax
20-30 cents per pound for other typesof level in the next ten years," he said.; liim 1I! nT r I' ", .....- r -
scrap aluminum. It will also After the c
pay cans are collected in
60-70 cents per pound for and .
copper centers like the one on US-301, they
25 cents per pound for brass. are shipped to a plant in Jackson- "
Interest in recycling has grown in ville where they are magnetically ....' ... '
recent years, particularly since the separated.Aluminum is a metal that ,
Florida legislature mandated that 50 will not attract a magnet, so if any
percent of all containers sold in other metal is mixed in with the Cans Destined To Be Remade...
Florida should be recycled by aluminum
1994. the magnet will find it
This law also says that by 1994,counties and pull it out. (A magnet test is also Reynolds Recycling is collecting cans like these,and paying residents cans
and municipalities will have to the best method for a consumer to cash for them. Reynolds collects all types of aluminum,as well as copper and bra.
be recycling 30 percent of all solid use to discover whether or not a con- Protecting the environment saving energy, and helping to balance at their recycling center on US-301 near Washington Street and
waste. Including yard trash, tainer is made of aluminum.) the monthly budget are all reasons for consumers to recycle aluminum SR16.and they pay cash for it.
'aluminum cans, bottles, etc. The cans are crushed and den-
If the goal of recycling 50 percent sifted into 35-pound ingots, loaded
of all packages Is not reached by onto trailers,and sent to a smelter in Reynolds now recycles on the recycle, Metcalf noted. Recycling In fact recycling aluminum can bea organization is interested in beginning -
1994, an advance disposal fee will be Alabama. The ingots are melted order of a million pounds of conserves natural resources, conserves profitable fund-raising activity for such a fund-raising project,
,mandated by the state for products down and eventually made back into aluminum per day and money has energy, and helps solve the clubs and organizations of all kinds. members can stop by any Reynolds
'sold in Florida, said Douglas DeAr- sheets of aluminum from which been paid out to consumers'for scrap problem of disposing of solid waste. "It is an excellent, two-pronged project Recycling! location and the atten-
Imond, area busines manager for more cans are made, said DeAr- aluminum which exceeds $100 But one of the most obvious reasons ," said Metcalf, "It serves bothas dants will give their assistance.
Reynolds Aluminum.This will meana mond. million annually.There prompting consumers to recycle, is a fund-raiser and a community Members can also call toll-free!
cost Increase to the consumer. Some 35 percent of the aluminumcans are numerous reasons to that recycling pays. service project." If a club or 1-800-228-252 for information.TRUCKLOAD .
"But Reynolds did not start manufactured by Reynoldscome
recycling in order to conform with from recycled aluminum,Met-
this law.'said Metcalf. "We've been calf added.

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from thousands starting $25. 24 hr. free set-up anddellv ry.$290 per mo. WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA HIGH a windows skylights mahogany ext. doors, sunken tub ceiling fans, 2203 SF
recording reveals low cost listing. Call Circle B Homes,Lake City, FL. COOL V4HEta living room, 1537 SF
1-755-5114. 4 12A+ with stream. Spring I AND DRYER: $250 for both. wrap-around porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
Call 801-379-2930. Ext BV108C. water. Small 8 financing to qualified buyer. $103,000
room stone house. While, Whirlpool. In very good cond-
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2CADILLAC Up. Fireplace.Canning house.Workshop. dAn., Call 964-6312. 12 IEAUTIFUL3 BEDROOM. IVk BATHS 2900 SF home on 2V4 Acres of land: Call
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wide. down
items; good tires; good body. Minor $500 bad credit payment. Everyone 7043215813. 10 *it>l0 person to take on a low monthly HOME the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA fireplace wood floors.
can -
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WILDLIFE) 1300,48-2450.; 12 condition.
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Hunting camp with mobile home. INCH COLOR CONSOLE TV Withy IEAUTIFUL
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4 PROPERTIES ?mote. Needs work. Beautiful light Muit.. to believe I Call for Details
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tide. Very good condition A REALTY P.O. Box 755, Troy Alabama nl"\lJ Clblretlftry well Kept Asking NICE 3
can be seen 3 miles south of OF THROWING AWAY MONEY BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME the country. Hardwood floors with 3
Starke on Hwy 301, next to Crosley ON RENT?Call Keith at Wayne Friers, 36081,205-566.1870. ". jf>5.00. Can be seen at 909 N. Th- ocr.of land.Ham.I Is priced to sell Call Today
Trailers. $2800 FIRM-CASH. NO and ask aboutour Rent to Own Mobile '. 'f Oftipson St 12: BEAUTIFUL' < STORY CEDAR STONI home on 4 1/2 acres Only 4 yrs. old. 2
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plinKer and brake Just
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other items. See at 2305 N.. Temple MENT new mobilehomesat Wayne housekeeper In exchange 'for room i( BR/2 IA. REDUCED to$79,000
Ave.. No. 7 call 964-2124. Friars Home Canter U.S. 301 N. -A WONDERFUL BR HOME the
or and board. Beautiful new home on : U-Plck. 25 pounds. $3.00. In country with 4 acres. Beautifully maintain
1982 PONTIAC GRANPRIX.1500 Firm. 964-4380. 4 lake in Keystone Heights, bedroom 9451a.* 12uAf ed. CH/A. Must.. to believe I Call today for an appointment.
Call 964-2593. 2 ,FREE TO GOOD HOME: 3 MO. TICK and bath. Prefer non-drinking Chris- fiRBOARO, 7/16 $5.99; Pressure
HOUND PUPPY. Abandoned at our tian lady. One child 473-3627 MOBILE HOMES
okay. d lumber; builders'vary. hardware.
COMMERCIALPFlbPEimRETAIL gate; cannot keep. Call 964-8348. evenings. 11 fee Pai Call collect for prices. MOBILE HOME ON 1 ACRES w/20'x30'pole barn nice neighborhood Call for

,I'"J, : : ACRES in Bradford or Union county ::p. 7 floe South of Starke on US MUST SELL 3 acres with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliances,
YARD'SALES. suitable for mobile home. Well and 94 1, 1 i septic tank well. Call today for details.
SHOWROOM/WAREHOUSE: '. :":' ""_'" ',,'" "" : .J septic preferred but not necessary.Call 'lV W'2: -Pc. (Sofa: A Chair). $450; Used BEAUTIFUL M, 1 BA DOUBLCWtDEi On 1 Ac. Underground pool doubt carport
320 S. Walnut Street 3200 sq. ft and: 964-8643 or 964-4583, both after' "' 1 O; new queen '
4000 sq. It 964-6433. 3 THURS.. FRI. & SATFumoiture.: refrigerator 6pm. 11 assebedr$1b0. Call after garage huge glassed-in sunroom large utility room. Doublewld. has
,bedspreads other Items. D been remodeled to look like a house you mu.t..e It to believe Itl I
FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq.ll and 2.000 ft many ,..,. :' '" "
sq. ; : :: ; ; ":: ; : 6 >.M 12 MOBILE
; \ HOME ON a..S
Jo-Lu ACRES with above
301 South, Southpoint Plaza. 964- Motel across from Wal Mart I ground pool. Very well kept I
hI' : receiver and de-
; Assumable
8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 YARD SALE I July 4-9. Corner SR mortgage.
ftfafnbl0r md remote Complete and
18 and Hwy 100. Designer name brand
clothes furniture and housewares. .good: Orig$3000-Now$1200. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
N. Temple Ave. Contact 9643579.HAPPY FUELSAVERGuaranteedfuel: 1i1( -3660. tin 12
CHURCH 7 savings up to 25% or more plus reduced HA>JQI I HOUSE PORTABLE buildings -FANTASTIC INVESTMENTi 10 Ac;. on 301 with Income producing potential
on 3300 SF. Retail
exhaust emissions. Gas or buildings, store and living quarters. Asphalt driveway French drain
'' forage garages green-
\ E' 301 In Lawtey. Clothes one dollar a diesel. Free information and documentation system several' wells, and septic tanks. Price Reduced
to Sell I
(F R\S I bag; lots of mlso. Items. ,fi,/Ius.: .. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy
package. 1-800-486-0900 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYi 3 BR 2 BA
Stucco Home In
July 7. 8:30: am til 3 pm. 7 301) South, 64-8348 TFN City limits. Zoned commercial
JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal i across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W.

patented device controls fleas in the 'TWO July FAMILIES 8,7. 9-2.Baby: Friday stroller and Saturday carseat, ::FOR:':SALE; : .21(21( CARPORT $990.NO DOWN .2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 on SR It-El Great Investment call toe
home without Pesticides. Results Infant PAYMENT.Hand! House portablelJildlng. day.
seat for bicycle, children and
overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY adults clothes, toys and lots more. C I ] Hwy 301 South Starke 964- DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL BUILDING Location Great! Call today.
: Good co / 6848 TFII.I 12
2 GENTLE APPALOOSA MARES: One the Turn left on 9643949.Grtffis Loop 1st dirt road to Asking $100. Call for more Information NP PPph _ LOTS AND ACREAGE

black App. filly: one App. red w/White' ALL KINDS OF 7 964-4886. 12 I TWO LOTSi Ready to build
: Refrlg, on. Lakewood Estates.
spots colt. Both one year old. Call for REFRIGERATOR and Microwave for sale. A very
1 Information, 7823089. 6 Street stove, turn other off Hems.301 310 Lafayette Both In good working order. Call 964- I II .prestigious 2 LOTS IN COUNTRY neighborhood.CLUB Call today for more Information.'
3 BEAGLES: Two males one female. 3 by Burger King 8212 12 ESTATES Each lot 140 x1.40'. Ready to develop. invest -
3rd house on left Saturday and Sun- today for tomorrow's future.
mos. Tri-coiored. $35.00 each. IS MOVING SALE: Checkout
Call 473-2692. 6 .. -, day. 964-5069-- or 964-4048. counter, 6 ft.x3 ft large desk roundtable ,; ], day.GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop. Call to

2 dressers ribbon flowers-silk, .
dried, and straw birds wreaths rand New Rebuilt Engine, -20 ACRESi Fantastic Investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond

wallhangings, baskets etc. Call 964- AM/FM Case, Elect. Fuel many extras. Priced to move.
8740 12 injection, Tilt Wheel, Cold J .elf PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. Wt Own.r financing. Cgll4p y,

LARGEGE UPRIG TIR;"V'ZtI: :f!.$ f.00., Air, Clock, Great Tires, I J AC. ON FORSYTH ROADS Great location forV eoutlfuKhome. Call Idrfay.
Call 964-2689'J1 1'2' Automatic< 130 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced foadeeJ'wlrVp'fner.} ""oWcH'WWStment.' \
| Located In Lawtey area. .t.' ...., '**" ',,<4

'a. FANTASTIC .INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N, 3 Ac. loadeS w/young pin.
1 trees. Hwy frontage of 400 approx. 1-well 2 septic tanks S fenced pond. Call.
| Today


.. -- I Sandra rwlllgar. . . . . . . . 964-421H

1 Ann TcrwIIUcjar Brown . . . . . 473-7541

CHella Terwillegar. . . . . . . . .964-7776


Susan M. Faulkner ORI. CRB President

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. LCR229 N.W 2'8th St I Starke 964-6133

Classifieds Get Results ]

Located Hwy. 3O1. blocks South of C.R. 10O 221 Lafayette: st. I

As Ltt( :
*3 BR/2 BA IN CITY. Fireplace In living room 2 window AC'S, alto chain link I
fenced. This home has many extras. 71-90 3% DOWN, Btft OR BUILD

SELLER ANXIOUS 2.45 Acres with 3 BR/1 BA MH. Priced to sell at 85%

*4 ACRES N. OF LAWTEY with 3 BR/1 BA Ho..... CH/A altO has 2 BR/1 BA
trailer FOR RENT OR IN-LAWS. 36-90 Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. Accelerated

BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS Live on Sampson Lake 'lot Is 100'x720. 64-90 I Realty, inc.

INCOME PRODUCING Chicken Farm with 3 BR/1 BA Home on 8 acres In Stark4 riff -
56-90 ttph.
*3 LOTS! Each 75'x200' with lake prlviledges, all 3 'lots, $7800. 28-90 >*V 964-3739 :
*2 BR/2 BA IN CITY On 2 Acres This can be made Into 3 BR. 5-90 HAROLD K. DAVIS TS&ft Box ses- Starke. FL

: BEAUTIFUL WOODED CORNER LOTi Country Club Estates. Owner Licensed Mortgage L3JSJ Located: Longchamp Bldg., ,
Finance 20-90( Broker rc..4 v Af US 301 South 964-4544l@
: *GREAT PLACE TO START OR RETIRE 2 BR/1 BA. CH/A, Separate laundry
; hous., 2.5 Acres full attic with stairs, 20'x24' workshop or garage. 38-90
*2 GREAT BUILDING LOTSi or one FANTASTIC building. Priced for quick sale. LAV tf N JfcfeUTLAW
Owner financed. ...ffIomeaLot
89-89 /Acreage, s/Waterfront
LARGE Almost new Doublewlde mobile home ; .
on one Assumable
y.': /
Mortgage or up to 90 perc.nt new financing to qualified buyer. 3 BR/2 ConlmfacialI.E.

BA.*3 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE ON 1.' ACRESi Assumable to 24-90 ittRt I BOTH STREET A-Frome CB home,3 BR/2 BA, CH/A Fireplace, Family
mortgage qualified
buyer. 25-90 96145STARJIE Rm Laundry Rm., 10x16 Wood Utility' Bldg. w/Water and Electricity. 2.79

with*EXTRA LARGES 28'x32' Doublewlde on 1 Acre. 3 BR/2 BA. CH/A, loaded ,tfL You flSMc9\ \ peal EsJala Office Ac.HANDYMAN SPECIAli Old Farm Frame House with Well and
extras, too many to mention. Financing available to qualified Acres. Septic. 3,8'
IS ACRES on CR 225lowt. 192.89 : : DAUWOOO SUBDIVISION 3 BR/2 BA CB Home Family Room CH/A.
a great Investment for 32000. 175.89 a
: MSA CRA 1 1RF Range, Refrlg. and Dishwasher, 1800 SF.
*74 ACRES OF CLEARED PASTURE All 1t Landscaped Lot. :
fenced 3 BR/1 BA Home will sell all or t SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 BA
divide. ... Norwegian Brick living. Dining Family
62.90 a Rooms, CH/A. 2310 SF. Porches. 2.8 Acr... V
.: *CITY LOT 30)'xU2' Can be divided. City utilities available 12000. 69.90 Deslgnat.et Appratae*- COUNTRY UVINOI 3 BR/2 BA ,
A PRICE REDUCTION Must see this 4 BR/2 BA with pool I Beautiful 1.5 : From. Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kitchen 'Combo
large garage. Acres : : t( ii w/Snock Bar Den Screened Porch 3.62 Acres, Pole Bam Nice Cleared
51.90 Spot for Garden.
*ONLY S3f.SOOi Walking distance to shopping, 3 BR/1 BA. CH/A. 68.90 Appraisals for Resident I : 1403
3 BR/1
CB I Frame
*LARGE HOME IN TOWNi 4 BR/2 BA.Workshop In bock 72.90 I Room Nice Lot Large Family Room Laundry -
.. *HWY 14 WESTi Small acreag. Owner financing. 76-90 PRICE REAII {t1'I. I f ,
*lAWTIYl 2 BR/1 BA good starter home. Only $23,000. Owner financing Excellent Buy In Stark#> VWN.lfifiborfio
possible. 168-89 3/2 On Corner Lot. Nlc :: *HWY 301 SOUTH Welding and Equipment Repair. Also' WE WANT AN O"ERI'SR I PRIVACY 3 BR/1 BA A-Frame w/Porches All
paint shop and bottled
| Round 24x30 Pole Bam and Bx9 Tool Shed. Well
gas soles. Nice large workshop barn with 7 acre. 'Immaculate 3 BR/2'/i Rood. e Septic. On Paved!
:: BA pool, many extras. Call for a private showing. 191-89 14WGorgeou D/W. 3/2 CH/A 1I'''( Apttl." l Paol 2 1/J: Ac.REDUCEDI' s I QUIRT AND PEACEFUL. 3 .. ,
r *GREEN ACRES 3 BR/2V4 BA, brick veneer. Owner will consider *CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 BRA\ (S__,"'tI.lvolhllnv. Heat Window AC. Well 4 /2 BA CB Two-Story Stove B Refrlg.. Elect..

: financing. 195-89 *EXCELLENT NEICHBORHOODi. StuccO frf, 4i/.... f. r"o.. rffl, D.W. I LAU OENEVAl 2 "/ BA Septic. 1 Acre. '
*JUST OFF lOOAl *63 ACRES OF CLEARED .. Frame Screened Porch., "l4x16 Utility,
3/4 Acres beautiful/wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 FARM LAND. #|.V MM. t Wall. Building. Well B Septic a
:$':: *HWY 301 NORTH Just off Hwy, 1 block 7 units, paved parking. Each unit *40 ACRES Heavy timber Highway KMl\ l d*, (Vty a,*.,. TWO ACRES .IN COUNTRY BR/2
has own CHI A. Purchase or lease. 201-89 LAKEFRONT FI.h. Swim. Wend co'M<", "'n. Sandy "bench a Stove Refrlg. Graham Area.COMMERCIAL BA Doublewlde Mobile. Home...CH/A
*EARLTON BEACH Re'dentiaIBulldlng' Lot. Lake Prlviledges. 204.89' *37 ACREStwoublewlde. Close to LaWyvV. WII)! dl'lde.' PROPERTY ,.
: *HWY 301 NORTHi Approximately/ 30 Acr... "205.89 *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS y1 'Ml t fv' ,
;: *LAWTEYi 3 BR/1 BA House on approx. 3/4 acre beautiful shaded lot priced CONNERLY ESTATES SR 16 W. Stucc\, f( nUAct pending) HWY Ml Sewtfit 200 Ft.Building Suitable for Small Business. ,
::: to sell at 28000. 207-89 *4.79 ACRES Well, 2 septic, older Mt1) ffl\0f\a\ \\ on Highway', plenty of warehouse space. .
HWY Ml Nertfci
SALVAGE YARDi With 9V4 Acres, has office 2 buildings, Extra *BRICK 3/2CH/A, walk to shopping W.* ""ICI"hkorhoo4. a I Salvage' Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Homer 12x60 Mobile
garage Home, 40x60 Auto
::; I building used car sales, 6-90 *BEDFORD LAKE 2/1, CH/A complefylf l /\,,1"C.\ *. 100x300., : )( 3 Acr.EAST... Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tank.and 4 W.lls w/Pumps on

*HWY 301 NORTHi Garage Building for sale or lease. 8-90 *NEAT CLEAN 2/1. Heat B Air. Mood tp:) ll\hll."t to .__. CALL STRSETi Nice Office
:.:i *.CALL$TREIT EAST, Building lot for sale.' 9.90 *STARKE HISTORIC Renov. 68R/3 1/3: A\. y ipfc' tupfex. I Ac. I tlce. Bldg. Suitable. for.Doctor.or Dentist ProcI :- ,

*BEAUTIFUL STORY brick B cedar fd VPtX/\ *< 4/7: 1/2 itA on :36 Acre. SELECTED PROPERTIES' ,

I *IN STARKE CB 3/1. CH/A 1200 plu 9 t, |IiUt\ 11t<} 'lo(. 40 ACRES Can be purchased In 20-Acre Planted
Call One qfOur Professionally *EXCELLENT AREAl 3/2 Brick CH/A, lO \IrW' ,lot. N_w roof. 51000. Lawtey. Tract. Pines, Near

$ *OVER ACi Brick 4/21/2, CH/A .ply. v''i\> 5F. All appliances. HOME BLDO. LOTSi
Trained StaJF Today..9648069After Hwy 16 W, City Water 8 Sewage, Owner
*WATERFRONTiCrotby Lake canal D< "tflfVitj.' CH/A. ft0... Refrlg. HOMI BLDG. LOTS Shady Oak. S/D. Brooker.. Financing.. a
I i Hour Call These Realtor Associates: FARM HOUSE B BARNS on 3 acres. <&V<"VClOM< M Stark FOUR -ACRE TRACTSi Brooker, Hwy. Frontage
f. *2 STORY CEDAR 3600 .f., 5 BR, 3 BA, K lf+, t f.H. rae. r* Irene L. ulkner..964-8142 *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMEJITEf3 BR.CH/A, f%&**t, 1 CfC:. REDUCED AFTER HOURS.' ,Financing.
4 Darlene Crodwla..468-20O3 *US 301 SOUTH large triple wide 3/1 Kht i-A. plus' dcr... Weyne Dovgles 944-ttW
BIII|| .
r, e WaneD Woody: Ryder..... 64-eO4O *ASSUMABLE Non-Qualifying FHA LooiV'\ :;'*/>. good nlflhbors.S35.000. I Nevis Ward.*64-7414 Bill Gnemi Dodd 4 M4U64A 74M

t e Thomas (Tom) Groat).....964-6788 We Invite Inquiries Oy>> \) f Other Listings

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I t.rke: Area Ads '"$ .O'i'i ., HELP WANTED i'FO'R'RENTY. : ,
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u. this exciting Openings available in several areas, orunfumished In good location$210
HOMES, FOR SALE: Q ij / 'l1yq; nity! Sell high-fiber, no cholesterol will train. For info.call 708-742-8620. per mo.,$100 deposit Call 964-8704
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'C''' "" >. ; i .., .. .. .. \ cookies Information.for Mr.appetite Brkker.04-272-1615.control. Call for ATTENTION ext. 362.: EARN 15 MONEY READING 13LOW RENT EFFICIENCIES: Air condi,
: No children or
17I 'Income and
BOOKS. $32 000/yr/ poten boned.Clean quiet.
Yesp.{d. From $37.50 up Weekly. CB home.Living room dining kitchen, CALL THE BEST PARTY LINE in America I WILL LOVE AND CARE FOR YOUR tial.Details,call 1-602-838-8885.Ext pets. 3 ml. south of Starke on 301
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. large family room w/fireplace and builtin Meet new friends. Talk or Just
CHILD,days,from early to late.Reasonable 8k17283. 15 964-5687: 13
Starke, in front of Post .
Office. bar.Screened In back porch, small HaulS,7
listen 1-900-999-7979.24
WALDO VILLAS Is' now renting 1 & 2 pool..Fenced 964-5647.backyard barn 16STARK w/eleo- days. $95/minute. $2 first minute. T.V. REPAIR: Reasonable Rates. Call $11.41/hourl For application Info,call Close to shopping. $175/Mo. plus
9648212. 17 -602-833-8885,Ext W-17283.am- deposit. Call Castle Properties USA,
Bedroom apartments,starting$2357 CITY LIMITS:$7,500 buys 2 BR MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. 15 broker, 964-
7 real estate
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free 10 pm days. Inc.,licensed
: estimates -
mo. Equal Housing Opportunity, For home plus extra building lot Call 904- Plumbing.Electrical Decks.Additions. POSTAL JOBSI Start
more 468-1971.TFN .
13MOBILE 372-6881. 16 Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. $11.41/hourl! For application Info, call : 3 BR :2 BA unfurnished
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES references. Hewitt, 964-
Woody 1-602-838.8885, Fxt M-3493..6 am- except for stove and refrlg. Heat and
from $1 Delinquent tax
(U-repair) 5405. TFN417
WATER SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR, property.Repossessions.Details,call EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and : zippers, hems, buttonholes 10 pm, 7 days. 15 air.No inside pets.$150 deposit,$325
POSTAL JOBSI! Start Griffis Call 282-7117
ATTENTION: rent On Loop.
1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 ,patches.eto. Drop off and pick
1-602-838-8885, Ext W-17283. care for your Infant In my home. Ex- Info/
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY 16FOR cellent references.' 964-3521. up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- $11.41/hourl application Keep trying. 13Fresh
WATER, SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- SALE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, den with We dream to make life 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from employment directory, Call 16028388885. -
ADOPT: special Ext. M-11006 6 am-10
7498 TFN 13 _Soulhside Elem. Hwy 100 TFN
fireplace, screened frontporch, large with your newborn. Can offer happy 7 15 '
GUN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home deck. Carpet Large lot 9646499. loving home and the chance for a .I WILL BABYSIT YOUR CHILDREN in my BE pm YOUR days.OWN BOSS: Earn fantastic ;
Iota for rent water and sewer fur- TFN 16 Call home days. Call 964-7321.
promising future.Expenses paid. Drive a'90 Start
nished, cable. tv available. 782-3333 FOR SALE BY OWNER:5 BR,21/2 BA Donna & Sid's any. 800-221-6489 11CARPET car money.consultant business.car. Mr.your Powers own, V .
TFN 13 Home. 2200 sf. Living room dining ( ) 11 SHAMPOOING: Better than 305/975-2109. 15
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for room, den. Fully furnished, wash A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: Steam) $25/first room: $10 each SEAMSTRESS: Full or part time. Alterations -
rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. house with washer& dryer.Call 964- Australian, European, Scandinavian, additional room. CC Cleaning Serv- only. $250 week. Call 371-
TFN 13 6200 or 964-8413 after 5 p.m.tfnCOME Yugoslavian high school exchange ice, 762-3089. 17 1824 in Gainesville TFN It 5
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 16 students arriving In August. Becomea CHILD CARE:For the working mom. Afternoons ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT JOBS unpeeled peaches supply
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- SEE THE HOME THAT'S NO. 1 host family/American Intercultural nights and weekends. For YOUR AREA: Call 40 percent fewer calories than apples
: 1784069485.
61 15 or 468-1323. TFN 13 IN SALES FLEETWOOD. ,almost twice as much vitaminC
WayneFrier's Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- dependable,good child care,call 964- 1-602-838-8885. Ext. R-17283.
VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C. 2 Home Center, U.S. 301 N., LING.17 8522. 11DIVORCES. and more vitamin A.AFFORDABLE.
BR, furnished cottage w/deck. Nice! Starke, will be glad to show you WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS $95-$150; INCORPORATIONS NOW HIRING LEGAL SECRETARY/
mountain view. Convenient to attractions around. 964-6380. 16 WANT TO STOP? THAT'S .$75; WILLS. $35-$50. Many PARALEGAL Availability Immediate. !
$200Avk. 964-7210. TFN BY OWNER: In restricted Lake Hampton OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- more services available at affordable Send resumes to: P.O. Drawer
13FURNISHED Oaks,Just west of Hwy 301,approx. 1 3619. 964-4150. 964-8614. 17 prices. Call 964-2700, Bradford Secretarial Starke. FL 32091. 15
APARTMENT:3 rooms and blk E. of Hampton Lake. 3 BR/2 BA BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976. Services, Inc., for free Infor PEP-O GAS AND FOOD MART Is now T.H.E.
bath.Utilities furnished.Call 964-5970. screened porch, wall to wall carpet, Attorney instructed.Home Stud' 'In. mation. 17 taking applications for cashier/clerk
tin 13 CH/A, kitchen appliances furnished. Aid. Free Catalog. SCI, 1-800-669- LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK": Apply at Pep-O 620 S. Walnut St.,
3 BR HOME NEAR STATE PRISON: Approx. 1 Ac. 2 1/2 yr.old-wood. Call 2555 17 Residential and Commercial,reason- Starke. 15
$230 per month. $100 see deposit 468-1857 after 6 pm. or call 374- LAWN MOWER REPAIR::Quick repairs able rates.FREE estimates.Specializing SECRETARY: Phone skills and typing a
Ca'964-7650 or 964-8681 4181 In day hours.Priced at 77060. low Wall's Small Engines,224 In Houses,Pools,Mobile Homes. must. Pays attention to details.Pleasant 922 E. Brownlee St.
... .. .. prices. ,
13 .' Washington St., by railroad tracks, Businesses. Call R&S PRESSURE conservative dress dependable Camp Blinding Rd.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH DOUBLEWIDE:M PERSONALSERVICEWILLIAMS '' 964-7528. 17 WASHING. Randy. 964-3477/964- Interestedm permanent position.Must Starke. FL 32O91
2 Ac lot In country. 468-1323 or 964- PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks 5610 or Stefan 964-2231 work Saturdays. Only experiencedneed
61 15 after 3 p.m. TFN 13 '.. driveways trailers, roofs and 11 apply.Call or stop by for appointment 964-7133
Call 964-6341. Terry
repairs. 2 & 3 oriented, with
from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN SERVICES: Quality work at 'lowest Parks. TFN 17 SALES AND SERVICE: All makes SALES 1018 N.Temple Ave. BR. family
13KINGSLEY prices.All work guaranteed.9643412. TALYA MOORE:From 12/15/89 on.I am and models cleaned oiled and adjusted 964.6461, ask for Connie. 15 laundry & large playground.
LAKE: 2 BR, 2 BA Double- TFN 17 longer responsible for this persons $15. New and used sewing TRUCK DRIVERS:TAKE THIS JOB AND month.
no FREE Electricity first
LOVE ITI Call J.B. Hunt.1-800-
wide.Central air dishwasher.Private ./STEPHEN D. MOORE. machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan today. Rent 30%of your monthly IncomeIf
643-3331. EOE. Subject to drug
pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- 17 Road)964-8733 TFN 17HA quality.
4339. TFN 13 EASYrWORK 15 PAYI As- .If you you earn $3.35 per hr.. 40 hrs. a
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME: In week 6t have 3 dependents, your
the country. Unfurnished, no pets. & SEPTIC TANK semble products at home. Call for rent would be about $112 a monthor
Energy Eft. $400/mo.. $200 deposit. WELL DRILLING Information 504-64-8003, ext 9579. $3.73 per day for daya left In the
Now taking applications 964-5734. month, for move-In after the first..000000ed .
2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely $11.41 HR. Move-In coat can be aa low as
furnished with washer and dryer. Well & TankInc. POSTAL JOBS ARE AVAILABLE $10.00 'Lnufnconw
Central heat and air.electric.$300/ Dorman Septic NATIONWIDE. FOR EXAMINATION AND See.a Houmtna
month plus deposit Rent from June 1 APPLICATION INFORMATION CALL I1 R IlJor 3046
thru Sept 30 only.Can Castle Proper- ((219)) 836-8157,EXT 147 ofYourlncomf If You Qualify
ties U.SA., Inc., licensed real estate 1983 8am-8pm/7 days Equal Houalng
broker. 64-S065. 13 -
for Interesting position.Call 964-6380 BRADFORD HOSPITALTHE

for 15WELDERS Information and appointment. 2 & 4 in, Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic tanks,

: Rail car repair facility needs PEOPLE WHO CARE
welders with mechanical ability. Apply Lift Stations-New Installation Drainfield Repairs.
In person,Mon.-Fri.8:30-4: p.m.at ,
Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Indus- ,
trial Park Hwy 16 East, Green Cove I NURSING SERVICE:
Springs, FL 15
MACHINISTS:Rail car rapalrlacllity needs -CONTACT-
machinist or apprentice. Must have NEWLY UPDATED SALARY INCREASES:

own small tools.Apply in person,Mon.-
Fri.8:30-4 at Kustom Karr Corp., GN's/New RN's $13.15/hr
Reynolds Industrial Park,Hwy 16 East, Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004 RN/s $13.54 $15.18/hr

Green Cove Springs, FL 15 $7.54$8.76hr. ... Full time. Part time PRN
BLASTERS:Rail car repair facility"eeds" *.*Y'. ,
..... ,,,.experienced sand blaslpf,4.PapDy,!I .', rr.: *p.. ,,a.,..L x. Jones 275-2716After 6 p.m. "Differential for efeJflBgST i. : positions
8.30-4 at Kus- .
person Mon.-Fri. : p.m. '
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tom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial day weekend
Park. Hwy 16 East Green Cove and (5%)
Full time
36 hours ((3)) 12 hour Part time. PRN positions

shifts 7 p.m. 7 a.m.

Full time benefits Include:
PowerGate Systems Free employee medical and OR TECHS
life insurance paid days off, Full time with on-call.

((904)) 462. 495. 3 Year Limited Warranty more.tuition reimbursement and experience required

$99 DOWN $35'PED.WEEK' :.

FOREMOST aJ PRIcE WISE Sale 76 Ford Van $1495 For Information concerning the above positionscall

Liquor Stores Prices 6 Cyl.. Std. Trans.. PS PB. 03405 : Nancy Norman

combine to bring you Start 84 Buick Skyhewk $1495 Director of Personnel


922 East Call Street

FW9USE( r:' SPECIALS: THIS',WEEK:-! 82 V8.Ford AT. PS,LTD PB. AC. #3404 1395 (904)Starke.964-6OOO Florida ,32091 ext. 346

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78 Dodge Diplomat 1295 An Equal Opportunity Employer
J LORD. CALVERT. : :\ \;.12,99 6 Cyl., A f. PS. PB. AC 3396
r50HENNESSY'VS :,p's. ": e: :17,49
DOWN '$ << $40 PER,WEEK' .
BRANDY : L6.99 $199
&;750E fir.1 ,; .H.". DURRANCE PUMP &,SUPPLY
1f1S0 SMlRNOFF-VODKA 80 ., Y ts'' 'b,99W 77 Chevy Camaro
WILDTURKEY 10K .., !f %11.49. V8. B. AC. 3409 864 N.Temple Ave.,Starke
FLEICHMANN.ROYAL VODKAL' 4.99 Eves & Weekends:964-7578
75O Chevette $
,, "* t 84 Chevy 24958O
4 Cyl.. 4 Sp.. AC. 3371 Well -
30J'LIQUORS & Ford Fairmont $2295 [Residential & Irrigation ,
6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 3353

2309 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile N., of Starke 83 Pontiac Phoenix $2495 GOULDSWaielSysternsi

1-904-964-7771 6 Cyl.. AT PS. PB AC. 3101

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK' r$299DOWN ; # .7 p" 40"PER ,WEEK Pump ,

82 Ford Fairmont Sales &

WEDNESDAY'S LADIES NIGHT 6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 03393 $2695 Service On j

Ladies Drink FREE 8:00pm-12:00am: 81 4 Cyl.Dodge. 4 Sp.. 3386 D-50 P/U $2695 All Makes 9644061

LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC 80 Toyota Celica $2895 'Lie 1305

Slim Short and Rose Marie on KeyboardsWed. 4 Cyl.. 4 Sp. AC. 3382

Fri. Sat. & Sun. Nights 80 Dodge D-1OO P/U $2695
., VB. 3383 A heat pump

tW 499"bWN fr1 i. $40"PER'WEEK /

"FOR "SALE:/fS''' 82 Buick Century $3495 anyone will feel

FiJi V6. AT PS PB. AC. 1 Owner. 03390
.. :Dirt, Top Soil I:
<'Je > 83 Ford Mustan$3695 comfortablewith ,
Small Loads of Llmerock V6. AT. PS. 4
Large or \ ,.
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer jTREE 83 Ford LTD $3495 F : /
V6. AT. PS..PB. AC. 3403

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IIJdIal Warranty 011 both theeanp esaor.adeoIL plus 2,....011 pIJ '
84 Dodge: Diplomat $399'5 the nun mlper bItJ dfdaicy s your yeu......
AND STUMP V8. PS. PB.. AC. 1 Owner. >3399 Cats wi.7 far atop 4l..oa the t,1200 brat pwnp rmdrK 1..II.ble..

REMOVAL 84 Buick LeSabre $4295
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i ?; : i: : 84 Pontiac 6000 $4295 Conditioning Contractors

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I [ Keystone Area Ads ] LAKE$145/$155 Rentals ACCUI-2, 4737566.per FOR or month.RENT SIR 6mopd7.90.1.91GARAGEDEN1800 mobile Lake Geneva home. [ union County Area Ads_ I r

..- -. __n_"' Sq. Ft., 3BR/2BA -. -- -.

Sill BLOCK.Home on beautiful lakefront FOR SALE
CARE WORKERS-Nd Applications 1974 GMC PICK-UP-6 cyl. with topper lot. CH/A.Many extras! $600/niu.plus ILl'S APPLIANCE. USED SALES AND WILL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor-
now being tok.n for nursery thru 950. 4730218. ltchg7-3 dep. Call 4737818. 3tchg6-31-38-7/5 REPAIR SERVICE. Buy torn. Mil torn. man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 24 .
W/ACCESS-to Santa Fe Lake. Inch water _II.. Pumpssales, service 1987 ZIMMER: DOUBIEWIDB 1500 square
school ag. 3-6 hours dally Mon-Frl COTTAGE trade some fix torn*. 496-2090. 4tpd.
For Information call 473.3981. FOR SALE 1BR/1BA. No pets/children. Couple or 4/I2:4l.Za.thpt';.b4 Installation septic tanks, lift ft. Carport screen porch 3 BR. 2 BA.
tub. 15263236.4tchrg.
fireplace garden
single man. 4752328. 2tchg6-28.7.3 stationsNew Installation dralnfleld .
2tchg6267.5 TRAILER HITCH for full slse truck. $80. .
MIDWAY UARNINO-Center has openings LAKEFRONT-5798 Silver Sands Circle.. repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) 6/7-6/38.
SATELLITE SVSTEM-repossessed due todlvo.c. Call 964.8791, ask for Jason. TFN.
TV SPECIAL New 24X64 Only 19995. .
for subsldlied chlldcare which Includes .. Still under warranty. Nothing 3BR/2BA Doubtewlde. CH/A, oversized ir CAROLINA SKIFF Center Council 28 Jones-275-3004-, : Jones- 275.2716. .
Circle B Homes. Lake City 755-5114.
Title XX and pre-K. 4752132. down. 39mo. 12721031.4tchg6l4212875 2 car garag. 12.16 CB Storage H.P. Special evlnrude motor and After 6 p.m.State licensed- work
iUGR FACTORY OUTLET majorbrands.
ltchgT-3 Building. Chain-link fence. $450.00 p.r trailer. 4963778. guaranteed-estimates. 1/255tpd. Many
BABVSITTER-Needed In home to care old month. 1.751.0253 or 632-0751. 2/22 then/tfn Save thousands, ever 40.
my SATELLITE SYSTEM Like new. 6 mo. GIRLS PC.WHITI FRENCH PROVINCIAL homes to choose from.Circle B Homes.Lake .
for 3 month old other week down. 2tpd-7-3/12 SUIT LOUII NOIGEl-YARD SERVICE Free
every with scrambler. Nothing BEDROOM $400 or best offer. Call 7555114. Op.n'until 7
beginning In August.. Call 475.2803, loroppolntm.nt. 49mo. 12721018. COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE: 3 BR 1 1/ 4311714.. 2tchrg. 7/3 7/12. -Sot.Estimates.TFN 7/3.96-3933. aft.r 6 p.m. Mon. '1990 14X70 City.3 bed 2 both Free Del.p.m.and- '
References please
4chg6-14-21-28-7/5 2 BA Mobile Home. NW 28th Ave. set up. $650 dw. day. $183 per month.
117-3 21 FT. VEGA-Travel' Trailer 120000. Close to Starke. $275/Month. Century HELP WANTED W. finance. Call 7555114.. Circle IHam.
PART TIME BARTENDING ft FLOOR! _Coll to see47V24S7. 2tpd7-3-12 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., ... Lake City. 4tchrg. 6/4, 7/5.
WORK.Smith Lake Bar ask for Ton
LIFT CHAIR: Almost i brand"new. originally 473-4903. 13
Hall. 473-4534. TFN 15 $650; asking $325. Call 473- ATTENTION I IARN MONEY TYPING AT FOR RENT
47?? 12 HOME 33.000/yr. Income potential.
NOTICE DININQROOMTABLE.handmade solid BRADFORD-UNION VOCATIONAL Details, 1602838.8885 Ext. T9127.
ADVERTISING should b.submitted pine. and five chairs. $75.00; Colt 3t@.W.7111.. ft BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Unfurnished.Stove .
CLASSIFIED the Lake Monitor office Combat Commander .45 cal. auto- TECHNICAL CENTER ATTENTIONI POSTAL JOBS Start $11.41 and refrldgerator. 250month.
to and Region In advance matic, $300. 533-3428 days; 473- p.r hour. For application Info call $125 Security: deposit. Coll 4962929.
In writing established 2613 evenings, leave msg. 1-603-838-8885, Ext. M9127.a.m.1O 2tpd. 6/38-7/5.
credit Is ; >
unless already *
with this office. Commercial i 1 Drive' License Frep.Course! p.m., 7 cia".. Stpd. 73719.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN BOOKS $32.000/year Incom. pot.n.tlal.

THE TELEPHONE. with amenities that will knock your .
deadline Is 11.09 a.m.Tuesday Carol for further HOMES
Classified : socks off I Call or Lynda
publication. 609 North Orange Street FROM tl (U-Repalrl) Dellquent taxproperty. In writing and paid In advance
prior to Thursday's Information.473-3807 or 4752682.
Minimum charge$3.50 for 15 words, R. T. Lovorn Realtor 4733254. 1tpd7-3 Starke,Florida 32091 Repossessions. Call (1) unless credit .Is already establishedwith
this office.THE
then 15 cents for each additional word. 602-8M-MI5! ,Eat GH-9127.Stpd.'/21.flIJ.1S. ,
964-6800 exL 122
If bills are mailed out, there will be a
$3.00 billing address charge.Mailing P.O. Box 1171 ROOM: #20(FFA Room) $3.80 per hour. Th. Incumbent will CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Keystone Hts., FL 32656SERVICES SIGNET RING-"S" on top w/ Bob and assist elderly with bathing, dressing THE TELEPHONE.
Eralne on sides. GREAT sentimental WHEN: July 7, 1990 (Saturday) ambulation housekeeping supervision Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
value. Call 473.2807 anytime or emotional security, eating and P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
473.7794. after. 2 p.m. IIchg6-28 -- July 14, 1990(Saturday) supervision of self-administered Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
then for each word thereafter.
-"-" medications. Nurses-aide Certification 15 cents
BILL'S LAWN SERVICE-MowIng raking WANTEDNEED Valid Florida Drivers license, and $1000 REWARD for Information leadingto
edging. Call 473-0165 TIME: 8:00: a.m. -5:00: p.m. Vehicle Insurance. Must b. a residentof the arrest and conviction of persons
4tpd6/7-14-21-28: A SITTERf-For elderly motheror FEE: $25.00 Union County. Send Resume to responsible for the disappearance of
ROOFING-AII types-shingling hot tar, a your Frank walker 496.3894.
Rlgdon's dogs.
Suwannee River Economic
for them to
father? OR a nice place
aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for free INSTRUCTOR: Bart Jones TFN 6/31.
live? Call NANCY at 473.4669 anytime.. Inc., P.O. Box 70, live Oak Fl. 32060.
estimate. 4737073.SAQOIN.DOOR 4tpd7-12-19-26 ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian gentleman COURSE DESCRIPTION: General Knowledge,Combination Deadline for submission of resume:
, FLOOR 7/6/90 at 4:30: p.m.
of healthy
/ OUT OF 56 years age Air
DRAGGINHOUSE needs roommate to Vehicles, Brakes,All Endorsements
and fun,
LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling
for all your foundation repairs. 473- share my home at Lake Brooklyn V (The first three topics will be covered on the first day of class,the last topic on the last day.)
7721. TFN 17 2 ml. from new Millers Mall Keystone -
SWEET,ADVENTUROUS CHRISTIAN Heights Total cost, rent, utility REGISTRATION: You must pre-register at the Vocational
GENTLEMAN, 56, 6' tall 194 Ibs phone A/C, only $150 per mo
plus $100 deposit. Call Don, 473- Center on or before July 3, 1990.
widowed, divorced. Flexible, loving, Po.613.
generous,romantic,homeloving No 0301,6 am.till 0 pm.! 11
dependents loves kids/Don't smoke, sSitSsSiSan A
drink or do drugs. All my highs are
God's gifts. Looking for sweet lady .P
who will bury her pnde.Answer this
quality ad-allow me to spoil you as
my fnend then as my wife til Jesus JesSil'Tfrflnge! Raisins are rich In nutrition containing tan minerals of Important food
calls us home. Recent phot please. value Including Iron and copper.
Write P.O. Box 788. Keystone
Heights, FL 32656 or call between 6 Starke, Florida
and 9:30 473-OOO1.tfn
am : pm
A kangaroo cannot jump If its tail
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: It lifted off the ground. It needs Its
t Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable tail for pushing off. Country
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prices,also drain line repairs.Starke.
__ 964-8121. TFN 17


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I Zedra M. Hamilton two daughters, Holly Hamilton and Cards of ThanksThe Ing our recent ,lost of I our mother.
Zedra Marvin"Zed"Hamilton,30, Sue-L Hamilton,both of Gainesville; The : food, flowers visit
ChiropracticCenter of Gainesville, died Sunday, July 1, his parents, Tommy and LaTreUe family of Douglas: "DouIIe"Rehberg and telephone prayers calls were greatly
would like to thank ap
from injuries received in an Hamilton of Gainesville; two preciated.In .
automobile accident near LaCrosse. brothers,Blake Hamilton of Brooker everyone for their cards, food
.Born in Gainesville, Mr. Hamilton and David Hamilton of Waldo; one flowers, and visits during the loss
lived most of his life in Bradford and sister, Cynthia Cockram of our beloved son, Dougie. We would
OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr.: VJV. Berry Alachua Counties. He was the safety Gainesville; and his paternal grand- also like to thank Archie Tanner'sFuneral Loving Memory...
COMPANIES ACCEPTED director for Santa Fe Feed Mills of mother, Elma P. Hamilton of Home for their kindness Of Out Beloved Mother
High Springs, and he also was in the Brooker and support. You will always be
I Leah
AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES trucking business. A 1977 graduateof remembered. Bryant
HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN Bradford High School, he attended The family of
NECK" ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS the University of Florida and Funeral services for Mr. Hamiltonwill Douglas Rehberg She was an angel sent from
MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL24HOUREMERGENCYSERWCE, I ABACK College in Tlfton, Ga.. Mr. be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday,July Mom,Dad,Susan and Ellis,Jr. Heaven.
Hamilton was a member of the 3, in the Church of Christ in Lake ,Put here on earth to share
Church of Christ in Lake Butler and Butler with Brother Cecil Turner of her
love andunderstanding
Card of ThanksThe
was a member of the TouchdownClub ficiating.Burial will be In New River
964-8O18 in Gainesville. Cemetery In Bradford County under family of the late Mrs.Ellen I. as we'll
Survivors include his wife, Susan the direction of Archer Funeral Holmes would like to thank each and never know again.
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) I Demember Hamilton of Gainesville; Home of Lake Butler. everyone who remembered us dur-,

_. Kind words she always
brought forth

/or-/amil)! and friends.

ThEJ] Irnm ] l (; children.Sadly missed by her

.-.... ServicemenKristie

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I 't&& ,Completes BasicAir
National Guard Airman
"' Kristie D. Dickens has graduatedfrom
Air Force basic training at
h ._ Lackland Air Force Base, Texas..
During the six weeks of training
T4, ,( 'K Fr ,, l the airman studied the Air Force
mission, organization and received
t''S ''I special training in human relations.
7, ;

In addition, airmen who complete
r4lII OF JULY basic training earn credits toward

bzj, f.gi. s ; and community associate college degree of the through Air Force.the

; WEEKENDTODAYTHRUSATURDAVI 'She Is the daughter of Elaine Gun-
ner of 1030 S.Water St.,Starke Fla.
s and Patrick C. Dickens of'hurat
Route 1, Lawtey, Fla.
The airman Is a 1989 graduate of

4z: T' :rkL *. .' \* Bradford High School.Cleveland .

., i Simmons

Receives Air Medal
HOT VALUES! Army Chief Warrant Officer
Cleveland J. Simmons has been
decorated with the Air Medal at Fort
Bragg, N.C.
The Air Medal is awarded for
PVN HOT SAVINGS!' meritorious"achelvement: while participating '
ON o NpRfE in aerial flight.
0k He is an instructor pilot with the
82nd Aviation Battalion.
3 Simmons is the son of Raymond V.
0 and Cornelia R.Simmons of Lawtey,
iw His wife, Lavon the daughter of
CpraeUpua Bass of Stark ...-- .
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fTh ''w iT8n7'bfflceiris
graduate of Bradford High School.

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__ Michael DeSue
ReceivesMedalMichael ,
DeSue has been
decorated with the second award of
_.- the Army Commendation Medal at
p Fort Stewart Ga.
1 ,E The Army Commendation MedalIs
;' ; 'f1W Iiii awarded to those individuals who

demonstrate ment or meritorious outstanding service achieve-in the

i 2 performance of their duties onbehalf
4 of the Army.
I ( DeSue is a supply sergeant with
the 41st Field Artillery.He '
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY OAK is the son of Margaret W.
DeSue of Starke and grandson of
iNCU/DESLfi. C NTER& ,orirsr craowsazA+ END TABLES FINISH 4-PIECE BEDROOM Ruthmea Ginwrlght of East
This versatile living room Is covered Features a decorative wheat Palatka, Fla.
In "OZZIE". an easy-care Antron* engraving on all pieces. Brass The sergeant is a 1973 graduate of
velvet for durability.This group f finished hardware completes the MATCHING Bradford High School.
I nylon you a room full of comfort for look. Includes a full/queen/ size N1GHTSTAND1 FF
the entire family. The tables have MOBILE r yin bookcase headboard, door dresser, With eeasyrolling
J casters for versatility! COCKTAIL shelf mirror and 4-drawer chest. of 4-Pa. Group ,, .

Mark Marshall

8ectlonaL1W/ f 8 Plece Arrives in Germany
Room Group Army Pvt. arrived -
for duty In West Germany.He .
Is a portable air defense
: SAVE OVER system crewmember with the.3rd
x Air Defense Artillery.
1/2 OFF! Marshall la the son of Shirley Marshall
1 and Neal Marshall Jr., both of
i 4DRAWERCHEST .- The private Is a 1988 graduate of
-_ I Bradford High School.

This contemporary console Is ., s,1I
very functional with brass finish
I This chest I Is made of frames complete with glass
sturdy construction and panels and shelves. The mirror David Teixeira
p. has roomy drawer: space back makes for display effect. Recieves Badge
finish hardware.
with brass
I. Army National Guard Sot. DavidJ.
r SPECIALsig parachutist badge upon completionof
the three-wee airborne at Fort
This beautiful dinette feaTures a During the first week of training,
wood framed, glass table top, .students underwent a rigorous
brass finished frame and A cane ;physical training program and instruction -
backed chairs with .xushtoned._ In the theory of
seats.FASY CUSTOMER ASSEMBLY. larachuting.The second week,they
,eceived training by Jumping from
14-foot and 290-foot towers. The final
veek they made five static-line
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:: ,...,. TOydllllOUI 301 SOUTH BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 964-9616 =.....--.:- ,.,.,. E.The and lieutenant Johnny Jackson Is a 1982 of Stark graduateof .
Bradford High School and a lie
graduate of Troy State University.f' .