Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1989
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>.
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today worsening conditions are approaching. Crack Suit. . . ... .. ..IB
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for this evening, increasing to a 60% chance Friday and Saturday. 431M Mobllla.tlon..45

Afternoon tides will be low at 12:57: p.m. today and at about 1:40 Araa Deaths. . . . . ..7.Cl. .
p.m. Friday 2:23: p.m. Saturday and 3:06: Sunday.High tides Saturday .......... . . . . ...1011Ir. The S
will be about 10:10: a.m. and Sunday 11:00.: Award . . . 1M2B 109U48th. _....cr UT Heaven
The moon will be full Monday June 19 at 1:57: a.m. Scholarthlpi .. . . . .. B ..vnIUA 25 Cents Copy
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/" Officials Ask

$3.1 Million I

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By Joe Gassy process of doing quite a few changes :
in property values. But Alvarez said
BCT Staff Writer It will be two weeks, at least before
1 1j
County commissioners face he will know how much property
budget requests which exceed by assessments will increase. Increase
$3.1 million the income for
expected property values mean more tax
: 1989-90. money for the county at the same
Preliminary estimates of budget millage rate. I
deficits presented Monday night, "This happens to be a year when
June 12, shocked some commis- the Department of Revenue Is doinga

sioners, said County Clerk Ray Nor- study on us," Appraiser Alvarez I
man. added.
Expected revenue for the year

1989-90 is projected to be $5,297,583. Communications...
Budget requests before review by 1
"Is there possible to
any way
the commission .
are $8 440,205, or
operate the jail and answer the callson
$3,142,622 over estimated revenue. ( the radio and the 911 system)
There are no carry-over funds this
hiring these five new
The has been told.
year. Telegraph "
employees? asked Commission
Carry-over funds kept the county Chairman Wilbur Waters of Sheriff
budget in the black the last few
Kenneth Etheridge,at the opening of w,
.' Gib years.Brown For example balanced, outgoing the 1988-89 clerk the first budget workshop Monday
j e rw & evening, June 12. I
'i.T'T with almost million in
: budget $1 "We need those five," answered "

carry-over funds. Etheridge, "because with the calls !
But those funds have been spent. coming in on the 911,and the radios,
The money just isn't there this year, we are not keeping the correctional

.. !!! !T .;. '- .;\. e,It.', levy assessed The The Telegraph is county's 7.5 property mills,has current or value.$7.50 been property per told.$1,000 tax of people review At to be.the upstairs session,'end of like where a they lengthy no are obvious supposed budget- I

Under current state law, the coun- areas of excessive requests were

.. f fl ty mill can difference levy up to(10 10 minus mills. 7.5 The, 2.5 at identified, the sheriff was asked by

...... by.....010 Iowok $216,544 per mill would raise Chairman Waters to cut 10% from
his budget and bring it back to the
Set Up at Farmer's Market... $541,360 i if the county commission commission for further review.
wants to increase property taxes.
Rose Payne sets up plants under a tent at the State Farmers Market offered local farmers a chance to sell directly to local consumers. The The county commission has its
located on US-301 Wednesday. June 7. Ms. Payne works at the Little BHt market will be open every Wednesday.2 to 7 p.m.. and Saturday.8 a.m.to work cut out for it with the $3.1 Correction...
Nnr...rv owned by John Steyer.This Is the first year Bradford County has 1 p.m. for as long as local farmers need it. million shortfall says Cleik Ray Etheridge states that his budget f
Norman. Increase is only 67.2% higher than

"We're just to the point where last year, rather than the 82.8%
we've got to catch up the slack" reported in The Telegraph last
Worth Lawtey Council Votes for Pay Raise said Clerk Norman. week, after ammendments made

There is no way increased this year are considered.The .
._ .. .. .. '.........- assessments. will solve the ammendments referred to are
E Noting By' *::flssy"' *Palatka the ,is the grant coordinator for surveying chetectural planning services and drafting-ur- county's budget deficit problem,. the hiring of five additional! correct 3.I;
Staff WriterThe town of Lawtey. financing, Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez 1. iI
Lawtey Council, in a generous t "I expect to have this grant all at no cost to the city for the study. said. The appraiser's office is in the See... Budget... page 2A i -,
"We had estimate of to
an $22 $23
wrapped up by August or
Correction. mood at its regular meeting Monday -
.. dollars month 8 to 10 .
Reese ,
September, says. per years ago
June 3, voted themselves a $25 '? II
The Telegraph misidentified month raise. Contractors won't build a block said Mayor Rosier. "Our people
Joi.ph sioina Thornton in a graduation per The motion was for a 50% raise home for the amount of money couldn't afford that then and it can't
picture on Page 1A of the June 8 edi- approved unanimously,which raises available from the grant" Fred Fox be any less now," he said.
tion. The Telegraph apologizes for the council's from $50 to $75 told the council in answer to a ques- However, the study was authorized -
pay per
the error. month effective July 1. tion from councilman Emmett ,at no cost to Lawtey,and a report
-The Editor The council then voted a $75 per Bright. "Septic" tank requirements will be forthcoming back to the coun
month raise for Police Chief M.M. have gone up costing about $2,000 cilAlso I
more per home, he said, which at the June 5 meeting, RalphE.
Jordan who
currently earns $21,320
4-H Car Wash... build of Denman and
and a'$50 week raise for City leaves only enough money to a Eng Eng,
The Starke 4-H Tennessee Exchange Clerk Queen Robinson, increasingthe frame home. Associates Inc., Gainesville, madea
Program will be having a clerk's salary from $250 to $300 The homeowner can pay the dif- similar proposal to the council,
FREE car wash Saturday June 17 week. ference and have a block home built, and was given an OK to proceed? with

beginning at 10 a.m. in the parkinglot per All the above were passed by a 3-0 however Fox said. Financing ar- his study. He, also will include a
at Taco Bell.BIrthday vote. Laura Harris acting as mayorin rangements must be guaranteed to study of financing, the possibility of
the absence of Mayor Marvin the contractor before construction a grant from the FmHA, and an
estimate of the cost to residents for
Party... begins.
Rosier Bill Crouse and Emmett

The Bradford County Public Bright sitting as councilmen, voted New Grant...? sewer services.
Library will host a birthday party for the raises. Councilmen Robert !
"Play Street"...
for Smokey the Bear Tuesday June Scott Buster Bennett and Mayor Application for a new grant for
should be considered at A delegation of and
next parents
Rosier absent. year
20, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Bradford -,
County Library. The party for Last month the council granted a this time Fox indicated. An area of students now free of school for the ////FA.2.i

children ages 3 to 12 will kickoffthe raise of$1 per hour to Lit Phillips to a minimum of 17 occupied homes summer requested that the council
summer reading program at $8.50 per hour water department will be necessary to apply and funds close a street for skateboarding.
the library. The program Is free. employee and raised the temporarypay are expected to be available for The council, fearful of possible
for weekend standby at the from $16,500 up to $22,000. per home liability would not grant the re-
water plant to $50 from the present he said. quest, urging: the parents to ap-
$30. Fox will make a survey within the proach the school board about using
city to determine if such an area exists the school grounds and parking lot.
Air Force Meets... and make preparations for an The possibility of closing the gates

The Gateway Chapter of the Air application to be submitted around for the summer on the street just
Housing Program...
Force Sergeants Association and October. north of the school as is done during /:1b
The last residential structure to be '
hold June school hours was discussed but no
will meeting
Auxiliary a
rehabilitated and/or under
replaced action taken.
22 at 7 at the Bradford Fami-
p.m. the current housing grant for the city "Who would open the gates at
ly Restaurant. Retired, active duty Sewer ..
of Lawtey was approved by the night? was asked.
reserves, Air National Guard are council. Construction will begin im- At the last council meeting May 1, City Attorney Johnny Hobbs defer-
welcome. For further informationcall mediately and final completion is Jeannette Jordan of Precision Planning red advising the council on the 4d.
Ed Muse at 782-3452. expected by late August, or Inc., St. Marys Ga., made a liability issue until he could researchthe l )
September according to Ms. Autrey proposal to the council wherein question. Not being familiar with :
Job Training...
Reese, Fred Fox Enterprises Precision Planning would conduct a the particular points Involved, he ..iu .
Application for the Summer Youth representative In Lawtey. study of the feasibility of a sewer t u
Employment and Training Program Fred Fox Enterprises, Inc., system for-Lawtey, including land See... Lawtey... pap SA

fuhded by the Job Training w
Partnership Act (JTPA) are of
available at the local Job Service of t
Florida Office 608 N. Orange St. Landfill Planning to Beginby iP ':raft Ch iiL.t

and the Union County Courthouseon ..
Main Street in Lake Butler. Applicants ..
must be economically
disadvantaged, age 14 to 21, and a Joe Gassy the wells a protective barrier can Deconstructed lects in the bottom of the landfill"
Bradford/Union County Resident. to prevent widespread Darabl explained.It .
ICT Staff W...., dispersion. can be pumped into a tank then .
The New River Solid Waste The clay subsoil is the reason there are two choices. It can be haul-
Association voted at its regularly some opponents of the location have ed to a treatment plant or treated on
scheduled meeting Tuesday evenIng said the area is too low and wet for a

Upcoming... June 13. to authorize Engineer landfill. Rainwater cannot percolate site.Other alternatives are to re-
Public meetings scheduled In the Frank Darabi to proceed with a downward, it can only drain off or circulate the leachate by spraying
coming weeks are: design and plan for establishing a3county evaporate therefore the area stays back over the landfill during dry
The Starke City Council will landfill at Ellerbee Curve, wet for long periods after a rain. periods when it will evaporate.

meet June 20 at 7:30: p.m., at and submit Environmental the plans to the Depart- Landfill' Design... Eventually It will become so concen-

Starke City Hall. ment of and Regulationfor The landfill will not be trated that some will have to be

The Bradford June County at Commission 7:30 The approval site has been permit.test bored, soil underground Darabl explained it hauled to a treatment plant. Quick Fix for Downtown Electricity Outage...
will meet p.m. is to construct
be all above ground.When
at the Bradford County Courthouse.The samples taken and analyzed. will constructing the landfill "a evaporation ponds with an aeration A loose ground wire and high wind combined Monday afternoon to
Starke Zoning Board will "This"is a good type of soil for a will be system to enhance evaporation. knock out electricity In downtown Starke and on US-301 north for about,
landfill said Darabi. There is couple feet of the sandy soil
meet June 22 at 7:30: at. Starke City the liner These ponds would have to be lined half an hour Just after S p.m.
about a four feet layer of sandy topsoil pushed back then plastic
and utilities director
also and do have some additionalrisk According to Bill Weldon. city operation manager
Hall.The School then a clay.layer for the next 250 will be Installed. Perforated pipes above. The
Bradford County be thin of factor if leakage develops. electricity arced over Into the concrete power pole pole
will layer clay
feet. placed on a
Board will meet June 28 at 7 p.m. has steel reinforcing which acted a.a ground.The Jefferson Street feeder
It requires three feet layer above the liner to collect leachate when the Insulators exploded,
at the School Adminstratlon only a line grounded onto the steel support arm
B of CIa.rrf to meet the requirement that will drain down through the Budget Considerations... and the current had a path to the ground. When that happened Weldon
The Zoning of landfill, according to En- wastes. Several feet of clay will then device the andthaf when the
Bradford County About $245,000 will be needed next ,the city'protective *cut power,
be of the liner to
compacted on top
flat 7:30 vironmental Protection Agency tights
Board will meet the association.the board went out.
that trash will year by
p.m. at Starke City HaD standards Darabi said "and this is insure equipment or was told, for professional services Lineman Merren Llzenbee replaces the blown Insulator using the
The Starke Chamber of Com- a very good clay." not penetrate the liner. contractor selection and on site Inspection city's new Moot boom. Uienbee has Just gotten to his. home In Heilbron
the The landfill will also be lined witha I'How high do you want to go?
merce will host a gathering during construction. Cost of Springs when he was called back.A .
Econo Lodge June 27 from S to plastic liner, but even if a leak ,asked Darabt. "The higher you go construction of the landfill will city worker pick up piece of concrete blown off the base.,the pole.A .
will and the longer
It be
e:90p: m.'The develop, the leachate will not the cheaper amount to about $1.7 million. blackened area where Uienbee I* working where the Insulators ex
radford'County (Commission penetrate downward through the ,the landfill .will last, Darabi said. Each county will pay a pro-rata ploded. Uienbee put In new Insulator and wired the power line to them

Budget Workshop will be July clay according to Darabl. It may Leachate Processing... share of the t240 000: Union County It happened in a wind storm Monday afternoon. Electricity was off for
.eat. 7 p.m. at the Bradford County. drain laterally, but some of the '.There are several choices In $49,980 Baker County $73,500 and brief period or bunked when limb fell on electric line In the Ugh winds.
well all side of the
Courthouse. landfill pick it on up. If detected in what to do with the leachate that col- Bradford County $109,207. In several other part of town.

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Heavier clouds and a 50% chance of thundershowers are in store N.wl trial. . . . Z.t.7,13B:
for this evening, Increasing to a 60% chance Friday and Saturday. Ultl Mobllkatlan. . . . 41
Afternoon tides will be low at 12:57: p.m. today, and at about 1:40: Area Dvcithl . . . . 7B
p.m. Friday, 2:23: p.m. Saturday and 3:06: Sunday.High tides Saturday Claiillladt . . . . 1101Sr. The S
will be about 10:10: a.m. and Sunday, 11:00.: Award. . . . 1M2I _....G ur Heaven
The moon will be full Monday, June 19 at 1:57 a.m. Scholarship. . . . . . IIW' 10Ut1 ._ .nIUA 25 Cents Copy
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/", _. Officials Ask

= I I,, $ 3.1 Million l

I Over Income

.. ..

rf By Joe Cissy process of doing quite a few changesin
property values. But Alvarez saidit
,4ts aCT Staff Writer will be two weeks, at least, beforehe
County commissioners face will know how much property
budget requests which exceed by assessments will increase. Increase
$3.1 million the expected income for property values mean more tax !

1989-90. money for the county at the same I
Preliminary estimates of budget millage rate.

t y deficits presented Monday night, "This happens to be a year when
1 June 12, shocked some commis- the Department of Revenue is doinga
sioners, said County Clerk Ray Nor- study on us," Appraiser Alvarez
yRr"" r man. added. I
Expected revenue for the year

/R 1989-90 Is projected to be $5,297,583. Communications...
,. Budget requests before review by
"Is there any way possible to
the commission are $8 440,205, or
operate the jail and answer the callson
y J f $3,142,622 over estimated revenue. ( the radio and the 911 system)
There are no carry-over funds this without hiring these five new
J / year The Telegraph has been told.Carryovt'r "
? asked Commission
A "" employees
F ,4y
kept the county Chairman Wilbur Waters of Sheriff
budget in the black the last few of I
Kenneth Etheridge,at the opening
years. For example, outgoing clerk the first budget workshop Monday
Gib Brown balanced the 1988-89 June
evening, 12. f
budget with almost $1 million in "We need those five," answered 1

carry-over funds. Etheridge, "because with the calls I
But those funds have been spent. coming in on the 911,and the radios,
:'.R '. yY1' The money just isn't there this year we are not keeping the correctional

'.. --, The Telegraph has been told. people upstairs; like they are supposed ,
\ The county's current property tax to be. '
.. e, levy is 7.5 mills,or$7.50 per$1,000 of At the end of a lengthy budget

.. t assessed property value. review session where no obvious
Under current state law the I
coun- areas of excessive requests were
f ty can levy up to 10 mills. The 2.5 identified, the sheriff was asked by
mill difference (10 minus 7.5), at '
Chairman Waters to cut 10% from
..e_...M... $216,544 mill, would raise
per his budget and bring it back to the
Set Up at Farmer's Market... $541,360, I if the county commission commission for further review.
wants to increase property taxes.
Rose Payne sets up plants under a tent at the State Farmers Market offered local farmers a chance to sell directly to local consumers. The The county commission has its
located on US-301 Wednesday, June 7. Ms.Payne works at the Little Bill market will be open every Wednesday 2 to 7 p.m., and Saturday 8 a.m.LoN work cut out for it with the $3.1 Correction...
......ry owned by John Sleyer.This Is the first year Bradford County has 1 p.m. for as long as local farmers need It.Worth million shortfall, says Clerk Ray Etheridge states that his budget ,
Norman. increase is only 67.2[, higher than

"We're just to the point where last year, rather than the 82.8%
we've got to catch up the slack," reported in The Telegraph last
Lawtey Council Voles for Pay Raise said Clerk Norman. week, after ammendments made
this year are considered.The .
There is no way increased property -
-" assessments. will solve the ammendments referred to are
Noting Byl plsy: - palatka, is tA0 grant oordinator for surveying, planning, drafting.ar. county's budget deficit problem,. the hiring of five additional! correc-!!; ::. j
the town of chetectural services and y
staff Wrlt.r Lawtey. financing, Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez :
The Lawtey Council, in a generous "I expect to have this grant all at no cost to the city for the study. said. The appraiser's office is in the See... Budget... pop a* I -
mood wrapped up by August or "We had an estimate of $22 to $23
at its regular meeting Mon-
Correction...! day, June 3, voted themselves a $25 September," Reese says. dollars per month 8 to 10 years ago," .
The Telegraph misidentifiedJo..ph month raise. 'Contractors won't build a block said Mayor Rosier. "Our people 1
per home for the amount of couldn't afford that then and it can'tbe
Bloin.Thornton in a graduation The motion was for a 50% raise, money
picture on Page 1A of the June 8 edi- approved unanimously,which raises available from the grant," Fred Fox any less now," he said.
tion. The Telegraph apologizes for the council's pay from $50 to $75 per told the council in answer to a ques- However, the study was authorized -
the error. month, effective July 1. tion from councilman Emmett ,at no cost to Lawtey and a report
-The Editor The council then voted a $75 per Bright. "Septic tank requirements will be forthcoming back to the coun-
month raise for Police Chief M.M. have gone up," costing about $2.000 cilAlso f ff
Jordan who currently earns $21,320, more per home, he said, which at the June 5 meeting, RalphE.
4-H Car Wash... and a '$50 per week raise for City leaves only enough money to build a Eng, of Eng, Denman and

The Starke 4-H Tennessee Ex- Clerk Queen Robinson, increasing frame home. Associates, Inc., Gainesville, madea
change Program will be having a the clerk's salary from $250 to $300 The homeowner can pay the dif- similar proposal to the council,
FREE car wash Saturday, June 17 week. ference and have a block home built, and was given an OK to proceed with
beginning at 10 a.m. in the parkinglot per All the above were passed by a 3-0 however Fox said. Financing arrangements his study. He, also will include a
at Taco Bell.Birthday vote. Laura Harris, acting as mayorin must be guaranteed to study of financing, the possibility ofa
the absence of Mayor Marvin the contractor before construction grant from the FmHA, and an
Party... Rosier, Bill Crouse and Emmett begins. estimate of the cost to residents for

Public Bright sitting as councilmen, voted sewer services.
The Bradford County New Grant...?
for the raises. Councilmen Robert
Library will host a birthday party
"Play Street"...
for Smokey the Bear Tuesday, June Scott, Buster Bennett and Mayor Application for a new grant for
20, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Brad-, Rosier were absent. next year should be considered at A delegation of parents and
ford County Library. The party for Last month the council granted a this time Fox indicated. An area of students now free of school for the

children ages 3 to 12 will kick-off raise of$1 per hour to Lit Phillips, to a minimum of 17 occupied homes summer, requested that the council F a
the summer reading program at $8.50 per hour, water department will be necessary to apply, and funds close a street for skateboarding.The ji "
the library. The program is free. employee, and raised the temporary are expected to be available for council, fearful of possible b
pay for weekend standby from $16,500 up to $22,000 per home, liability, would not grant the re-
water plant to $50 from the present he said. quest, urging the parents to ap- r s
$30. Fox will make a survey within the proach the school board about using ht'tY
city to determine if such an area ex- the school grounds and parking lot.
Air Force Moots... ists, and make preparations for an The possibility of closing the gates k3: ,1 r
The Gateway Chapter of the Air application to be submitted around for the summer on the street just /
Housing Program... a"F
Force Sergeants Association and October. north of the school,as is done during
The last residential structure to be
Auxiliary will hold a meeting June school hours was discussed but no -
rehabilitated and/or under
22 at 7 at the Bradford Family replaced action taken. t' '; 3
p.m. j f, +
the current housing grant for the ci- "Who would the
Retired active open gates :,.
Restaurant. duty S
Sewer Study... ,,
of by
Guard ty Lawtey was night: ? was asked.
reserves, Air are council. Construction will begin im- At the last council meeting May 1, City Attorney Johnny Hobbs defer-
For further informationcall
welcome. mediately and final completion is Jeannette Jordan of Precision Plan- red advising the council on the
Ed Muse at 782-3452. expected by late August or ning, Inc., St. Marys, Ga., made a liability Issue until he could researchthe .

Job Training... September, according to Ms. Aubrey proposal to the council wherein question. Not being familiar with } 1 ,,z, .,:a h ''kt. r ''.1, ,
Reese, Fred Fox Enterprises Precision Planning would conduct a the particular points involved, he
Application for the Summer Youth representative in Lawtey. study of the feasibility of a sewer ,
Employment and Training Program Fred Fox Enterprises Inc., system for-Lawtey, including land See... Lawtey... pop 3A ,,_ f
funded by the Job Training
Partnership Act (JTPA) are
available at the local Job Service of
Florida Office, 608 N. Orange St. Landfill Planning to Beginby

and the Union County Courthouseon ,
Main Street in Lake Butler. Ap- .. '-' _. 1 _
plicants must be economically
disadvantaged, age 14 to 21, and a Joe GI.., the wells,a protective barrier can Deconstructed lects in the bottom of the landfill,"
Bradford/Union County Resident. to prevent widespread Darabi explained.It .
afT SMff Writer can be pumped into a tank, then
The New River Solid Waste Themclay subsoil
is the reason there are two choices.It can be haul-
Association voted at its regularly of the location have
some opponents ed to a treatment plant or treated on
scheduled meeting Tuesday evenIng aid the area is too low and wet for a

Upcoming... June 13,bio authorize Engineer landfill. Rainwater cannot percolate site.Other alternatives are to re-
Public meetings scheduled In the Frank Dara to proceed with a downward, it can only drain off or circulate the leachate by spraying
design and plan for establishing a evaporate, therefore the area stays landfill
coming weeks are: back over the during dry
The Starke City Council will 3-county landfill at Ellerbee Curve, wet for long periods after a rain. periods when it will evaporate.
and submit the to the
meet June 20 at 7:30 p.m., at Environmental plans Department Landfill Design... Eventually it will become so concen-
Starke City Hall. of and Regulationfor The landfill will not be trated that some will have to be
approval permit.
The Bradford June County at Commission 7:30 The site has been test bored, soil underground, Darabi explained, it hauled to a treatment plant. Quick Fix for Downtown Electricity Outage...
will meet : p.m. is construct
Another to
Courthouse. samples taken and analyzed. will be all above ground.: wire and wind combined Monday afternoon to
at the Bradford County evaporation ponds with an aeration A loose ground high
Board will "This Is a good type of soil for a When constructing the landfill, a knock In downtown Starke and on US-301 north for about
The Starke Zoning to enhance evaporation.These out electricity
landfill said Darabi. There is the sandy soil will be system
meet June 22 at 7:30. : at, Starke City ledfbacJt liner ponds would have to be lined half an hour Just after S p.m.
then the
about a four feet layer of sandy top- pua plastic and utilities director
Bill Weldon city operations manager
Hall. additional According to
also and do have some
The Bradford County School soil,then a clay layer. for the next 250 will be Installed. Perforated of pipes risk factors if leakage develops. electricity arced over Into the concrete power pole above. The pole
feet. will be placed on a thin layer clay
Board will meet June 26 at 7 p.m. has steel reinforcing which acted as a ground.The Jefferson Street feeder
at the School AdminstraUon It only requires a three feet layerof above the liner to collect leachate lines grounded onto the steel support arm when the insulators e::p oded.
to meet the requirements that will drain down through the Considerations. had to thegro and. When that happened Weldon
B ClaJnP Budget .. and the current a path
The Bradford County Zoning of landfill according to En- wastes.Several feet of clay will then About $249,000 will be needed next explained,the city's protective devices cut the power,andthal's when the
be compacted on top of the liner to
June 27 at 7:30 vironmental Protection Agency
Board will meet : the the board lights went out.
by association.
.m. at Starke City Hall. standards, Darabi said, "and Ibis u Insure that equipment or trash will was year told, for professional services, Lineman Me'rren LUenbee replaces the blown Insulators using the
r The Starke Chamber of Commerce a very good clay." penetrate the liner.' contractor selection and on site inspection city' new esVfool; boom. Uienbee kao Just gotten to his home In Helfbron
will boat a gathering at the The landfill will also be lined witha '.allow high do you want to go? when be was called tack. '
during construction.Cost of Springs
Econo Lodge, June 27 from 5 to plastic liner but even if a leak asked Darabi. "The higher you go, construction of the landfill will A city worker picks up pieces of concrete blown off the base of the pole.
and the
develop, the leachate will not the cheaper it will be longer Is where the Insulator
* A blackened area where Llxenbe Is working ex
amount to about $1.7 million.
:2rn Bndtol'd! County Commis penetrate downward throw the ,the landfill will ]last, Darabi said. Each county will pay a pro-rata ploded.Uienbee put In new Insulators and wired the power line to them.It .

sionl'fiBeudget Workshop Will be July clay, according to may Leachate Processing... share of the $243,000: Union County happened In a wind storm Monday afternoon. Electricity was off for

6 at 7 p.m. at the Bradford County' drain monitoring laterally wells, on but all some sides of of the the '"There are several choices In $49,980, Baker County $73,500, and brief period or blinked when limb' fell on electric line In the Ugh windsIn .

Courthouse. landfill vUl pick it up. If detected in what to do with the leachate that col- Bradford County$109,207. several other parts of town. i

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10 Earn Straight-A's. at RMSTen .
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of 823 students, or 1.09 percentof and Mrs. ".J. Jarvis of Raiforu.
the student body, earned straight- Molly O'Neal, daughter of Mrs. Seventh Grade : Angela
A's at Bradford Middle School for Mi*. .loiin R. Smith of Stance. Baker, Santa Barnes, Dawn Brown,
the fifth six-weeks grading period Maura O'Neal of Starke and Darrell Brittany Bula, Brian Clark Keyon
which ended April 20. O'Neal of Starke. Davis, Chad Deese, Angelia Denton,
Another 73 BMS students, or 8.95 fclise MstrunK, daughter of Ms. Estella Denton, Danny Frampton,
percent of the student body, earnedall Trish Sistrunk of Starke. Laura Goodner, Heather Herscy,
A's or B's for a place on the A-B. Traci Thomas-daughter of Mr. Kim Jones, Jesse Kersey, Justin
honor roll. and Mrs.Tommy Thomas of Starke. Lee, Jason Lewis, Shondee Lewis,
The straight-A students by grade Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. Greg Marshall, Tera Matiyasic,
are: and Mrs. Wilshire Walkup of Chris McMonigle, Billie Mullis.
Eighth Grade... Melrose. Dawn Nail, Lloyd Odom, Hetal

Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and A-B Honor Roll.., Patel, Smith Patel, Amy Rankin,
Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton Lea Ritch, Charmil Spooner, Penny
Lake. The 74 students on the A-B honor Stivers, Serena Thornton, Wendy
Heather Safer, daughter of Mrs. roll are, by grade: Thornton, Lauri Toth, Samantha r.
Gina Safer of Starke and Sheldon Eighth Grade: Angie Baldree, Truman, Kim Wilson.
Safer Emily Bradford, Shena Burgess,
Seventh Grade. Jason Canova, Ethan Caren, Kerl Sixth Grade: Tanya Anderson,
Crystal Greer, daugher of Mr. and Crafton,James Crawford,Tara Dix- Robbie Bassett, Linda Dixon, April
Mrs. William Greer of Starke. on, Amanda Harris, Jeff Johns, Gaskins, Erroll Hampton Donald .-.. -
Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr. and Byron Lee, Kelly Lee, Stephen Handy Bynne Harris, Philip! Hunt Top Students at BMS for 5th Six-Weeks...
Mrs Ricky Lee of Starke. McLeod, Kim Nettles, Erica Pfen- Julie Loper, Amy Mosley, Kerl{
Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and niger, John Ripplinger, Kishanna Packham, Julie Ponder, Erin The students earning stralght-A's at Bradford MiaBack row: Trad Thomas Molly O'Neal Elise
Spooner, Caryn Taylor, Janna Rodgers, Shannon Safer, Jamie die School for the fifth six-weeks are (1-r): Sistrunk, Bethany Lee, Jonathan Smith Cassandra I
Thornton, Carlos Trent,Erin Wilkinson. Schaller,Erin Slack, Heather Smith, Bottom row: Lindsay! Walkup Heather Safer. JimJarvis..
Cassandra Jarvis,daughter of Mr. Kelly Willis. my Parado, Crystal Creer.

Get Back to Work on Forsyth Road Commission Says


Fellow urged county Commissioner commissionershave E.L. the Commissioner June 8 meeting Norman, but agreed remindedthe at culverts Wilbur Waters were installed pointed but out nothingelse five up"so we can get some blacktop on a t Away The Sumr Ir

(Nook) Norman, chairman of the board the county has only 11 has been done. it, said Commissioner Joe Riddick.
Road Department, to get county employees in the Road Department, "We going to get some weather Commissioners also asked
workers back to preparing Forsyth and they're strung from one end of some time. We need to Ipllhal
Road for paving.Budget.. the county to the other. Chairman thing See...Commission... Pap 7A For Just $15! 11

Lawtey. Pay just $15 and you're on your way to a
. slimmer waist l and healthier body!$15.
from That' all youll pay rfrltf' KM to Join Weight
page 1A from page 1A Watcher the proven weight lou
to back to been in the shop in Ocala and old trucks. that show how to klseweight
tional officers to man the new jail promised report acting The old truck has gallon program you
a 5,000
annex for the last quarter of the Mayor Harris his findings. Jacksonville, has been repainted fat and keep it off for a lifetime.
and now will have new tires put on tank compared to a 10,000 tank on
year-$30.000, jail annex remodelingand the front. the new one, said Commissioner Bill Call today. Watch your waist and your
preparation-$48,000, and "I don't see why you needed a new Crouse, and is a 1958 model. weight go away this summer...
for officers and
severance pay Other Matters... truck to be used maybe once or twicea Three old vehicles were declared and never come back!

employees-$40,000.leaving the department .Attorney Hobbs will negotiatewith year."I think it was a waste of surplus property and will. be offeredfor Regular Registration Fee .,. ... $17

The current budget is then LCI regarding the prison's money. The town already had two sale by sealed bids.5TSSPE'S Weekly Meeting Fee "..... .....jJHTotal

$753,907, compared to $1,261,077 re for water the bill institution., and propose LCI is a new rate ,*....... ............ $25
quested for next year, an increase of currentlyon
67.2%. a flat rate and is watering its ow Join For Only $15.
grounds with city water instead of ,

Sheriff's The Budget... it using was the said.According prison. wells for irrigation Y U'SAVE 40: o!
new fail expansion accountsfor
five additional correctional officers 5(9LI2 .
and a cook, in the new budget, to the meter, LCI uses
at a cost of $114,000 for salaries plus almost half the water pumped by the .
insurance, retirement and social water department. Last month, 454 W. MADISON STREET STARKE '1;
security. April LCI used 1,020,000 gallons and
Medical care cost for 20 additional the department pumped 2,626,000, 964-2323
inmates will amount to about$20,000 according to Barry Watts, water
extra, and food for the increased jail department employee.The .
population is figured at$38,000, bas-
ed on a cost of $5.50 per man per day county road department will LADIES HAIR CUTS Meeting Locations and Times

average.Another item causing a large in- be contacted regarding cleaning $6.00mEIluS
some ditches and
removing some
crease in the Sheriff's budget re- blocks in ditches. STARKE
quest is the hiring of four additinal The First Presbyterian Church
Bud Barber, garbage collector, HfllR CUTS
deputies, two of which would be
requests that some limbs overhanging 921 East Call Street
assigned primarily to highway
patrol duties. his route be cut so they do not $7.00SHBmpoo Mondays, 7 pm
trash off his truck.
New cars, radios and radar, car scrape
and radio maintenance, operating G SET
costs, additional uniform costs and Some money will be put in the I
fringe benefits in addition to new budget for Christmas decora- --w- P
salaries, push the budget up about tions for Lawtey, said acting Mayor IIIL__>___._ _,__. ..Jtt.DO ,.: O
$160,000. Harris. '
This cost would be more than off- Paulette Strong! questioned, the A '.'. .' ;'. ...>:ti ?:'.. k j J' fcj OPERATORS: ji TOLL IN F FREE A :t-OO-342-9155 u
.... m'at-' .
set by fines collected from traffic need for the new fire truck, )jusrac- .iIIti.J +- : sea JESSIE LORAIN AND ANN aa -

tickets issued by the' partol officers, quired in October, and which has """ ___"-.-....""" -..-...--...-......-......---.....yfaUU
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the sheriff said. ptOM rM MM MMM>Quo. *It*MM. E""Nf..miN NRnMroLL.Cr
Also, five new communications OMOniWTCHIMWTWATWNfti.MC.iM.THE
personnel are asked for in thebudget ..... f ,

which will add another ...t..........
$75,000, including salaries, in- sss.rr .. \. .
surance and retirement. a:,
The communications people will '
relieve correctional officers from OFFICE
answering radio and 911 emergencycalls 411Dr'SHRIN'IP\ i
,so they can be on duty full time ,1 SHOP
for jail security. 1 I 11o w.Call Bt.Stuk .
Assistant Attorney General Jim il I .
Peters said that, according to a re- 964-5764
cent jail inspection, the county may =1'
be in violation of a consent order ..... 'tW
signed last October, regarding staff- JUNE
ing in the existing jail.
A requirement is that a correc-
tions officer be on the top floor of the Kids lgtn
jail in the cell block area at all Hey,
times. This is impossible if he is also '
We Have Pens
required to handle communicationson
the ground floor, therefore the 4kv'rFROM
need for separate communications 98 : -
operators. CRAB 4Up '

Jail Annex Delayed... We Have Got Lots of Pens

The annex was to be Cross Chrome Pen
Jail expected FISH! for Dads
ready for occupancy by March 1,but &: Pencil Set IIHIfi !
delays in getting plans for electrical 1
wiring and toilet facilities approvedby 00 !
'King $
the Department of Corrections w.4. 22
slowed progress. I I tamd lo use,it In only! t
"DOC said 'don't do a thing until ?jmn/M" ,without.
we approve the plans,'" said Jail Instruction bookl l t
Supervisor Raymond Hunt.
The deadline for having the jail Heavyweight Wrestler
annex ready for occupancy was ANNOUNCINGTHEFIRSTFULLY
June 1. two-month extension, until We Have
August 1, has been granted by DOC. IBM' COMPA COMPUTER ,
DOC agrees that delaying hiring THAT WILL BRING OUT THE \\ r
five correctional officers for the an- I GENIUS IN YOU! !J
nex until it Is ready for occupancy; is JI
proper, but the five new jailers for rNl + ;I
the annex will not satisfy the staffing l + ..
violations at the existing Jail. D .
"The cost of the five communications !
people may be a lot less than r
the cost of a lawsuit being entertained -
by having correctional officers
doing double duty," Etheridge said. DELUXE u 250/00ff

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$ '99 "! :: :. : I 'j

Solid Waste... Shrimp, crab;fish, fries, cole slaw ':I:. .

Large increases afire due mainly hush puppies and cocktail sauce.Capthin. HEADSTAKTExclWM We, Have FAX
budget estimates to ..
anticipated costs of closing the land- .nesdi,10 plug ki a,jj ,6,t.nmoZ:; Murata
fill near Keystone, and switching to Dk HEAOSTAHT"anvnmmant makasbcih .
the tri-county landfill to be opened at novfca and.,.tal2rdae.tMaa1. Machines i I' : : .
Ellerbee Curve in Union County. productlva.euanriaad. : :'
IBM -XT compatMa "
"About 91 or 93 percent of the Ultra laal I UHt kital a06a-2"Pracaaaor., re..,$899. $ ;.
special assessments for solid waste S12K MM namory....-..to 7UK Oyd 'f. '
disposal have been received," said A Ufe Use 100%Cholesterol Seafood, '. 2-300K(dell truly*wnplate rna aandard.Thaflnt with a dock. SALE PRICED OrffirC'. ,

Solid Waste Director Darrell Free Vegetable Shortening w caMndar. buealt,-n not' t prtaiar, ftSZtt.'
O'Neal. This represents about 2-oyitlcka.| mouat Hgnl pan.
$600,000 income, be stated. SUNDAY MONDAY Ie. 7 anpanaion'IBM*Mote and harty 131.." Computers '
Commissioner Joe Rlddick chairman WEDNESDAY SPECIAL TUESDAY SPECIAL .powar tuvftf tor kitura. axpandWUty. Briefcases
of the New River Solid Waste ALLYOUCANEATCountrystyle 2-Piece Fish Dinner =anandad 1 y.er Hrniiad.,eovaraga.warranty wrM optional tow ,. ,Chairs
Association sid will be
Fish Dinner
known about possible grant moneys The Complete Package: ,. GE Micro-Plus from
and the start up costs of the Ellerbee $429 $239 '
Curve landfill after a meeting of Qdy toronly *1049! Recorder' '

NRSWA Tuesday June 13. HO.UOM mi 00 ,
Some of the solid waste budget requests Lighten Salads iQfTWMl'SkWaWldar .CMOMM Wrtar", '$4495.3'2 I
will be offset by grants from' Try our Upg(!)> ., _Pavsl CAt.C" U P. ,
the .
state which have been appliedfor '

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;," '- '" Old Books Fscape For Use in South' Africaby

7 ,.- .' .. "_ ..:.._.__ Br4>nda Bawok UIHUT IIHKiiiMTVisioii 01 l Offieerltchl "It was a fire hazard" she w.nl
'" The books are not up-toilale,
.CT Staff WriterThousands >erg. loaded the books fromBradford
'. County onto the trailer especial the history and science
--.- ..... of Bradford County s. Morgan said, but they
school books have cucaped the The trailer of 15,000 books was
dismal fate of burial und art dcxtincd whipped to Durban Harbor in South are skills good for practicing reading

for a more productive life in Africa.The Benevolence Through Education She said the program was an excellent
South Africa thanks to the Hooks for opportunity for the school
founded abut
South Africa program sponsored by program and was halillt-'tn 2'h board to put the books to use.
the Benevolence Through EducationIn years ago participation "Someone somewhere will get
its book Increase
/ Southern Africa organi/alinn "We contact program every county in some good out of those books" Ms.

Bradford County participated in "Florida" Cjosney said Morgan lIBid.Secretary.
the Books for South Africa program This year was the first year Bradford and printing clerk
sponsored by the non-profit nonpolitical County participated in the program Becky Stevens said she was there
organization by donating two years ago when they were taking -
about '7,500 discarded 'fxx>ks. The Director of Food Service in Bradford the books to be buried
; organization operates on the County Dolores Morgan said "I could hear them throwing the
volunteer work of its members. two years ago surplus books were books into the truck" Ms. Stevens
-"" loaded by inmates onto three trucks said. "It really bothered me."
President of the organization Cliff: from the Vo-Tech and buried Gosney told Ms. Stevens the books
Gosney Jr. said the textbooks, encyclopedias Ms. Morgan said before the hooks are a treasure to South Africans. t
and reference books will were buried the school board advertised Ms Morgan worked with Gooney
be put Into black school libraries, not for county residents to choose and Sgt. Kelly at New River Correctional
but to provide books to use for their children. East to coordinate the inmates -
i: supplementary education. "We had a tremendous response" with the arrival of the tractor
a > Gosney wan in Bradford County: Ms Morgan said trailer.
Wednesday June 7, to help oversee Even after local citizens pickedout She said would like to thank the
Books Bound for Africa... -.,-- the loading of the bonks onto a tractor books there were still books prison system and area merchants
trailer which also curried books sUcked knee.high from the floor in a for helping with the program.
Inmates from New River Correctional KuKt, James books from the Bradford County 'h'N.lllllur" Office from Sanford and Bunnell. Inmates back room in the school bard "They do so much for the school
Keys, left and Mike Denmark!. work to load discarded onto a tractor trailer bound for Durban Harbor In South from New River Correctional K.ist, building Ms. Morgan said system" MI. Stevens.said

Africa Wednesday June 7. ,

I Brooker Council Reverses Itself, Bans Sunday Sale of Alcoholic Beverages ''IIIy i

Sue ElUn Smith Sunday alcohol sales. After specify- Council Chairman Gene Melvin Jewell Kecdwcll who also lives
ing that the Brooker Handy Way commended Handy Way for its im- near Ellis Trucking,told the council company fluid the was dumping hydraulic In other business Tuesday night
CT Stall WriterBradford on property. the council
store needed to improve lighting in provements to the Brooker store but that the trucks were being worked
County residents will its parking lot and fence off the rear said he didn't think asking for a Sun- on writ into the nighl"They're "That" goes Crawfoid straight (10 our
soon have one less city In which they of the store the council changed its day alcohol ban within city limits aquifer Mr. said
can buy alcohol on Sunday thanks to proposed ordinance to allow the!sale was unreasonable Proposed an open container ordinance
an ordinance passed Tuesday night of alcohol within city limits on Sunday "We ask for one day" Chairman there all night long, Mr. Crawford also said the trucks that would make it illegal to
June 13, by the Brooker City Council between I p.in. anil midnight Melvin said. "Our people ask us for sometimes seven days week" Ms. from the company were tearing up have open alcoholic beverage containers -
one day." Kcedwcll said. the streets in the area. on Brooker city property in-
The new ordinance is to become Mrs Crawford also complainedthat cluding streets and sidewalks. The
The council approved 4-1 all ordinance effective June 27 company trucks often blocked proposed ordinance, if passed, could
banning the sale of alcohol In May the council, faced with driveways and streets. Chairman Gene Melvin !said the mean a $500 fine or 60 days in jail for ;
within Brooker city limits on Sun- citizen opposition to the April proposed "They park in such a way that wo council 1 had askcit 'the company to persons having open alcoholic-
day. Councilman Jim Bryant cast ordinance returned to the have to wait for them to move the keep its I trucks oil I (In- bat.k --Ini ts. beverage containers on city proper
the only dissenting vote. original March proposed ordinance Noise Complaints... trucks so we" can get in our own ty.
banning altogether the sale of Also night the council! driveways; Mrs Crawford IIlIld.!
Tuesday After hearing citi/en'M complaints -
Councilwoman Sue Davis haul she)
The passage of the ordinancecame alcohol within city limit! on Sunday l prompted by citizens' complaints of had asked the truck drivers not to Chairman Melvin instructed Agreed to allow the Departmentof
after dicussion at the last !Dungs that go bump in the night instructed block rily HlrrHH! City: Attorney Hobbs look into the Corrections to use the farmer'smarket
three council meetings of ordinances City Attorney Johnny matter and "get some concrete property, which is to be
Attorney Jones representing Handy Hobbs look deeded back to the city by the
dealing with the sale of alcohol to into the operations of answers" for the next meeting
on Way Food Stores, told the councilat Ellis Trucking. Russell Crawford, husband of liar- Danny Ellis could not reached Department of Agriculture as a
Sunday.At Tuesday's meeting that Handy Ellis Trucking owned and bara Crawford, said he thought the for comment. storage area for building male-rials 1 1Father's
Way Food Stores had made the requested operated by Danny Ellis since IUH5
its March meeting the council Improvements at its is located in a residential urea on
proposed an ordinance which would Brooker store and didn't understandthe Melvin Road!
have banned Sunday alcohol sales council's reversal on the i:sue.

within city limits. The council saw
the proposed ordinance as a way to A small group of citizens appeared
prevent Sunday disturbances caused before the council Tuesday night to
by people drinking alcohol in the "Our position is we have done voice complaints about the noise!
Brooker Handy Way Food Store what we thought you wanted us to do coming from the lix-alion'
parking lot. to solve the problem" Jones !said

"They crank these things up at all ,
At the council's April meeting attorney hours of the night." said Barbara .. .y'f
John Jones who represents "We think we responded responsibly Crawford who lives near the area "
Handy Way Food Stores in the matter Frankly we don't understandwhat "I was under the impression that
appeared before the council and we didn't do as compared to they weren't supposed to work lifter
asked it to reconsider a total ban of what you asked us to do." II o'clock at night."

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Bradford County Was Champ ProducerOf

etriTORlAlSParents Goats and Syrup in State in 1900In


1900,Bradford County had the distinction area,"it is the premier syrup producing MAN DUMPED IN KETTLEOF
of raising more goats than any other county and In 1900 manufactured 7,160 bar- BOILING WATER
county in Florida. It was also the"premier rels and received$50,000 in cash for same.It .
Must Be ResponsibleFor syrup-produclng" county in the State. is the largest strawberry raising countyin For a bit of comic relief (which isn't so
Lake Butler was larger than Starke at that the State. funny, after all), we turn now to The
time ana both it and Sampson City were Starke, the county seat, contains a Telegraph's issue of December 6,1907,anda
Keeping Guns from ChildrenTwo described as "Important railroad notnts." population of 2,120.Lake Butler Is the prin- spectacular fight between Barney Johns
cipal settlement and has a population of and J.S.Bennett. It reads like this:

These book are among the interesting facts in 2,429. Starke, Hampton, Sampson City, News has been received here about a difficulty
a called "Memoirs of Florida"
children were killed and three pie who fail to keep loaded guns out of Rowland H. Rerick, edited by Francis by P.. and Lake Butler are important railroad that occurred between J.S. Bennett

others injured in separate accidents last reach of children. It passed the House, Fleming, and published in 1902 by The and Barney Johns on.the former's farm
southwest of Highland.It
week as schools began summer vaca- but the Legislature adourned) before Southern Historical Association.

tion and children had more time on their the Senate could act on it. Following is the highly complimentary Johns seems to boll that syrup Bennett for him had and employed ship it to

hands to explore the house. The fact The bill's sponsor, Rep. Harry Jenn- section on Bradford County which, at that Jacksonville,where Bennett lives,but that
that many of them are left alone at ings, said "It's obvious that something time, also included the area West of New the shipments had not been satisfactory.
River that became Union County when
home while both parents are at work must be done\ to develop responsibilityin Bradford was divided by legislative act in Bennett went to see about it and arrivedon
could be another factor in the his farm at the time mentioned. Soon,
the daily habits of people who own 1921. The article said: after engaging in conversation with Johns,

prevalence of these tragic accidents. guns and leave them around where BRADFORD COUNTY, just south of the two men got into a quarrel. Bennett

children can get their hands on them. Baker, has an area of 560 square miles called Johns a liar, upon which Johns

Under this bill, leaving firearms in (belore the county division); a populationof struck him in the back with a stick.

where would be accessibleto 10,295, an increase in ten years of 2,779or Bennett turned around and hit Johns in
places they 36.9 percent. (Not bad for those times). the face with his fist with such force that
children would be a misdemeanor, This is essentially an agricultural sec- two bones In his right hand were broken.
and would become a felony if the person tion and the soil is susceptible of great Johns then grappled with Bennett and dui

making the gun available was cultivation. There are many lovely lakes ing the scuffle seized the third finger of thelatter'a
stocked with a choice variety of fish. King Cotton left hand with his teeth.
negligent, and a child died or was per- .
This county is crossed by the Georgia, Johns is and Bennett
manently disfigured in the resulting ac- a powerful man ,
and have locations.
Southern & Florida Railroad Jacksonville points prosperous
cident. rendered hors de combat (out of the fight)
Bradford is the watershed between the St.
& Southwestern, and other roads
assuring by having his right hand disabled and the
Something needs to be done also about easy access and a certain outlet for all Marys and Santa Fe Rivers, and contains left held by Johns' teeth, found there must
children carrying guns to school. A bill truck and perishable products. While there elevations 250 feet above sea level. be something doing right quick If he would
are no large rivers, there creeksof Editor's Note This last statement is
was passed in the House by a are many ( : escape severe punishment.
----- considerable size, and there is a not entirely accurate. The eastern part of
unanimous vote of 116-0, providing a plenteous supply of fresh and salubrious Bradford County is on the western slope of The scuffle took place near the sugar
furnace and the kettle full of hot
latest shooting victim, a four- three-year minimum sentence for water. Trail Ridge, but the highest part or the was
water. Bennett his
yeThe was listed in critical condition possession of firearms on school Timber of every variety consistent with ridgethe actual watershed- just toward the kettle navigated and, at the psychological opponent
grounds but was lost in the Senate. and latitude abounds and Is across the county line in Clay County.
Monday at a Tampa hospital. He had topography moment,with all the effort he was capable!
manufactured into lumber Thanks,anyway, Mr. Rerick for your com- of Johns into the hot water. This
,shingles,syrup dumped
found his father's 25-calibre pistol undera Sponsors of the House bill said that barrels and crossties.The entire country is plimentary article on Bradford County, gave Johns something else to think about,
couch. 2,996 firearms were confiscated in dotted with cypress ponds from one published 97 years ago. From an almost and he let go of Bennett's finger in his
week Florida schools during the 1986-87 term. quarter of an acre to larger sizes. They totally agricultural county in those days, haste to get out of the bath.
During the previous a 10yearold Bradford is now more dependent on In-
contain inexhaustible of muck
Most of these doubt found deposits
Orlando boy was killed by a guns were no that is valuable as fertilizer.The dustry and the large prison payrolls in this Bystanders now intervened and the fight
Miramar girl by children in dresser drawers or hid- area than it is on agriculture. Once the ended. Bennett returned to Jacksonvillewith
playmate'; an 8-year-old den under mattresses in their homes, in- chief field products are Sea Island leading strawberry growing area in both hands bandaged, and Johns was
was accidentally killed by her 13yearold dicating that parents are also largely to cotton, of which over one million poundsare Florida, it is now far behind Plant City in hurt in the shoulder where it struck the
brother, a four-year-old Orlando girl produced annually; corn, oats, sweet volume. Where once Bradford had up to edge of the kettle, and was scalded to some
was wounded in the neck when her six- blame for children carrying guns to potatoes, sugar cane, and field peas. 1,500 acres in berries, it has now dwindled extent. No arrests, as far as we can learn,
year-old brother dropped a pistol he had school. Though; one of the smallest counties in to less than 50 acres.) have been made.

found in the house, and a nine-year-old Gov. Martinez is considering'calling a

Tampa boy was wounded by his 13yearold session of the Legislature to

brother while playing with a han- discuss turnpike funding, and some JI 5 .Letters to the Editor FORESTRY-

dgun, also found at home. legislators would like for a parent-
responsibility gun law to be consideredat IN BRADFORD COUNTY

Five accidental shootings of childrenby that time, The Governor has said he -J Tri-County Citizens Must Begin Now

other children who "didn't know the would discuss the matter with Home Tree CareBy
gun was loaded" have left Floridians legislative leaders, commenting that To Ensure Safe Handling of WastesEditor

shocked and have brought home to "There's been a series of tragic ac- David Norton

parents- a terrible pricethe lesson, cidents here that has the people of The Telegraph: time, fully trained, fully equipped Bradford County Forester

not to have guns around the house Florida very concerned". The emergency response team. County foresters throughout the State
residents of Union, Bradford and
The State of Florida must fund the cost
where children can get hold of them and The sooner these concerns are addressed Baker counties must begin now to ensure of this protection and provide impact fees are changing their views on the value of
tree paints and the destructive ef-
play games with,deadly weapons. by the Legislature, the sooner the safe handling and disposal of hazardous to the three counties due to the adverse ef- fects pruning of wounds or damage to tree trunks.
wastes at the Union
After the third shooting, a bill was introduced the lives of children who are victims of disposal plant. No one proposed else in the State County of fect the plant will have on surrounding property Much of the change is a result of
values and the added cost of road
other children research efforts by Dr. Alex Shigo,
in the Legislature calling for experimenting with Florida has an immediate and long-term maintenance.The a na-
will be saved. stake in disposal. It is now, when tionally famous tree specialist,concerning
guns proper
terms of to five for other residents of Florida must
up years peo it's in the planning and funding stages the decay process in trees. He has come up
that we can insist the protection ofour recognize the cost of safety and protection with some new (and startling) on
upon thoughts
lives and our environment. efforts as a part of the costs of responsible the subject which are
disposal of hazardous materials. Union, everyone should care for their special
Regardless of whether the plant will be
.' Atwater and Bipartisanship state or privately owned/operated, the Bradford and Baker Counties cannot be trees. Here are just a few: :
I a > 01. ui> ., 'W.r.. ." .... typical result )Is/ a facility built and expected to bear the cost of protecting (1) Trees do not, and never will heal (or I. '
themselves from the concentration of the"state's .repair la iwound. Wounded damaged
operated as cheaply as possible with i or I
Are Total Strangers -- '-- minimal concern for safety and protectionof wastes in their backyard""'" >l' wood will.always be damaged: The tree's
the environment. (The Alaskan oil spill Once the site for the plant is selected, only defense is to isolate the damage by
disaster is the best recent example of the built and operating,it will be too late to de- growing many years of new wood aroundit.
usual disregard for the hazards of possible mand safety. No one else in Florida cares Callous tissue around the edge of a
The "kinder, gentler America" that responsibility." Of course, Atwater industrial mishaps.) about our three small counties. Once they wound is the beginning of this process.

President Bush promised during his made one of his stock "apologies". Big We must insist upon complete and permanent stick us with the disposal plant, the hazardous (2) Pruning paint does not help the tree
campaign, suffered another defeat this read the attack protection from the mishandlingof wastes and safety concerns will be to recover from damage, nor does it help
deal! Millions smear "out of sight and out of mind." prevent decay. Dr. Shigo feels that paint
week when Mark Goodin, director of the wastes. Permanent, periodic inspec-
communications for the Republican Na- while only a comparative handful of tions of the plant and transport vehicles by It is now, when many communities are may actually slow down the healing pro-
in location of the He believes the ONLY to
an independent of the up arms over disposal cess. advantage
tional Committee, delivered another readers will see, or even care, about the management agency must occur. Problems plant must plant and is anxious to avoid pruning paint is that it camouflages the
low blow about on par with Lee "apology." The damage has been done. be corrected immediately, with reserve hazardous wares in their backyard, that wound.

Atwater's "Willie Horton" stunt, which President Bush makes much ado authority in the inspectors to suspend we can demand and obtain the protectionwe (3) Heartwood is NO more susceptible to
accomplished Atwater's stated goalto operations until completed. need. NOW is when the rest of Florida decay than the new growth, or sapwood.
make Willie Horton household word. about "bipartisanship' between par- The possibility of an industrial accident would be willing to recognize the danger Some species like pine, cypress or cedar
a ties, and even invites Democrats to the must be accepted and a response planned. and fund the protection. Wait and it will be over many years add a chemical that acts
White House on occasion. But the fact Accidents could occur in transport to the too latel] hollow the older wood. Likewise a
remains that he put Atwater at the helmof plant or in disposal at the plant. At the Frederick ReplogleStarke tree may be healthier than a solid

the Republican Committee, knowingfull minimum there must be an on-site, full- tree.
(4) Proper pruning and maintenance of
well what makes Atwater tickand a tree IS its best defense against decay.

it isn't bipartisanship- even the Reader Says Bradford Needs to Support Improper pruning (leaving branch stubs)
truth. Mr. Bush can't have bipartisanship and abuse of trees are two of the worst

and Atwater, at the same time.'. Better Pay for Law Enforcement OfficersDear death enemies., besides They looking lead to ugly.early decline and

Dr. Shlgo's theories are backed by years
sonnel to these positions, our county and
Editor: of intensive research on the subject;
With the rise in crime and the use of surrounding counties need to bring the nevertheless, they are still theories, and
"Just Even It Up"The drugs, what has Bradford County done to salaries of officers closer' to the national not necessarily fact. All scientific data on
combat these problems? As a concerned average. the subject presently collected seems to
While the need for officers
citizen of this county, I realize that law en- increases,the support his ideas as better than those that
Salvation Army, one of the forcement officers of this area are highly technology for officers is somewhat foresters used to believe.
4.6 limited and the
conditions for
working of-
( most respected charitable underpaid and somewhat overworked. ficers so demanding, Bradford County Overall, the information is an excellent
full-time officer is for to with new
Becoming a not as way everyone keep
easyas up
organizations In the country, in people seem to think. needs to support and take pride in the law developments in tree care. As in any

cooperation with Winn-Dixie food An officer has to undergo over 600 hoursof enforcement agencies. The need for more science, this Is an important part of the
officers should not be just a for the
stores have come up with a neat classroom training, as well as 160-240 concern job.
Sheriff and other but
politicians, a concernof
hours of field training. In addition,
Idea to help wage war against every every citizen, especially when these of-
officer is required to keep his certification
hunger across the southern Sunbelt. ficers to and
are working serve protect New Officers
intact by completing 40 hours of classroom Bradford County.

LH MIIJtIIn' When you get to the check-out training every four years plus firearms U w.t (as citizens) are going to make a And Directors

counter and your bill Is so many qualification every six months.The educa- ouierence and stop the rising crime rate, Elected by KLPOABruce
tion process for an officer is never ending,
dollars and we need to provide financial
so many cents, just say
yet so demanding. these agencies, the citizens of Bradford Ivey was elected president of the
Atwater doesn't take credit for "even It up" to the, next dollar Officers' working conditions are hard to County need to their commis-I Kingsley Lake Property Owners Assn. at a

Goodin's scurrilous attack by memo on amount. Your change will then be explain, since their jobs are so complexand sioners to approve encourage the Increase in the proposal directors meeting following a covered dish

the new Speaker of the House, Rep. Tom credited to food certificates for the demanding. Some people are of the for the ,next fiscal year. supper at the Civic Center Saturday June
that officer's job entails
needy, and will be matched In opinion an patroll- Name Withheld 10. Herbert Sellers was elected Vice i'resi-
Foley but he probably wishes he hadthouaht ing around the county and writing a few on Request dent. Officers re-elected at this time
of it first for it is right in line equal amount by Winn-Dixie. The tickets; however, no one realizes the life- Ann Hill, secretary, and Jean Peters were,
with his idea of keeping the "high moral money donated by the store and threatening situations that arise. If an officer Minister Pleased treasurer.

ground" in politics. Like Oliver North, you will be used to buy food cer- risks nis life one time, he can never With Church's Ad New directors elected for

Goodin was acting along the lines he tificates which are redeemable at get ever enough repay this compensation risk. It takes from a society dedicatedand to To Whom It May Concern: terms were David Crews, Stanley three-year Red

thought would please his boss. But even all Winn-Dixie stores. The Salva- hard-working person to be an officer of I want to personally express my dish, Herbert Sellers, and Donald Thorn-
the President said he was "disgusted"by tion Army will identify the the law. gratitude for the fine work that was doneon ton. Terry Ivy and Ingrid Smith will serve

the memo, and Atwater true to his neighborhoods of greatest need and The technology available to an officer Is our Telegraph advertisement last week as co-chairmen of the Membership Com-
"ethical" standards put the blame on distribute the certificates In thos limited compared to that of his adversary. for our Vacation Bible School and the mittee.
Most officers still carry a revolver which James Dobson series that we are presen- Henry Graham Jr.
chairman of

Sounds a committee
Goodin. areas. like a good Idea, ard} limits them to six rounds; however, some ting at the same time., I appreciate the preparing an to have
speaking of Atwater columnist An- you won't have to be bothered with departments have converted to the 9mm creativity and inventiveness that went into Kingsley Lake placed application on the list of
so much loose change.For semiautomatic pistol which enables an of- making an outstanding and appealing ad. Outstanding Florida Waters, reported that
"He is
thony Lewisjaid, plainly a man God bless
ficer to have 15 rounds per clip. Even with you. the application will be ready to submit to
with'the courage of his convictions. His more Information, call Salva this transition, most departments are outgunned "Preacher Tom"Crafton Tallahassee in July. The board approvedthe

conviction is that the way to win in tion'Army's Captain Hall at by high-tech semi-automatic and First Christian Church action of,the OFW Committee.
automatic pistols! and rifles. All the training
politics is to smearand then disavow 376-1743. in the world it not going to enable an ofticer ,

to fully do bin JOb unless he has the

.. .. ,,adversary.As advanced surrounding.technology counties to have overcome Increasedin his 'Even It Up for the. Hungry- Plan :)r '"

%Rtb CQPhon population, their demand for officers The Salvation and Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. 'J':
Army ,are
cooperauim in a -
4 \ has also Increased. Most counties have. called "Even It Up for The Hungry", in an effort to battle against 'r,
enlarged their force along with the Increasing -
ijtiliiW hunger across the Sunbelt states.
: pfi' population l : meanwhile, BradfordCounty ; !
.Mt U far behind In this area. Bradford Winn-Dixie supermarkets in Alabama; Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and
County baa approximately .45 county officers the Carolinas will allow their customers "even up" their checkout totals
o per 1,000 population, whereas surrounding to the next dollar, with the pocket change going to help feed the hungry. "
KM ,;
cTioN G. IIGUSOH,....-...JOHN... M.MUM counties average anywhere from Under this plan, a Winn-Dixie customer with a purchase, for example, of
Published 1.1 to 2.3 county Diners per 1,000 popula $24.75 may ask the cannier to"even it up"to 125,with the 25 cents difference
each Thursday: and entered on Second Class Matter at. tion. With the expansion of surrounding credited to the"Even It Up for The Hungry" fund.,Winn-Dixie will then contribute
the Post Office. at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1 879. counties such as Clay and Alachua, Brad: funds to match the customer's donation., '

.M4-A03 Subscription Rate In Trade- Area $14.00" per year.; $8.00. ,ix'monthi' ,font which County is also increasing In population The money will be used to purchase food certificates that are redeemablei
means that there must be an in-
P.O.Drawer A; Stark, Florida Outside Trade Area S'1 5.00 per year; $8.50 six month .j creaio in the number of officers in this at aU Winn-Dlxie ltorea. \ .

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School Food Service Holds

Annual Awards Luncheon June 6 Parties

The Bradford County School Food Service Association held its annual
Retirement and Awards luncheon on June 6 in Gainesville. Weddings
Retirees TrueLove Smith and Warrenetta Crawford were honored with a
plaque and certificate, along with gifts for their years of service. 'Engagementslibtns
Ceolar Hudson and TrueLove Smith were presented with thirty-year
awards; Willene Griffin received a twenty-five year award.Perfect atten-
t dance awards were presented to Louise Bell and Amandalene Chandlerand Items :
BCSFSA.a certification award was presented to Barbara Reed, President of Announcements

A special plaque for the"Heart of the Program" was awarded to Willene
Griffin for her excellent work and dedication to the school lunch program.
Dotty Kite introduced past retirees attending the luncheon and special The Collinses
guest Becky Stevens. Weddings. .
Food Service Director Dolores Morgan presented each outgoing officer To Celebrate
1 with certificates of appreciation for their work with the association. JenkinsJonesTo Fiftieth Anniv.To .
\ President Barbara Reed presented each new officer with a red silk rose
as she installed them for the 1989-90 school year. Newly Installed President Wed June 24 celebrate their iparenU fiftieth

Barbara Moore presented out-going president Barbara Reed with a plaquein Lone Ann Jenkins, daughter of wedding anniversary: the childrenof
appreciation for her year of service as president of the association. Annie Mae Jenkins of Starke, and Harold and Claudia Collins of Bed-
Officers for the 89-90 school year are: President Barbara Moore, David Antonio Jones, son of David ford Lake request this honor of your
; President-Elect Louise Bell, Secretary Marion Evans, Treasurer Delores Jones II of Starke and Mrs. Mary presence on Saturday, June 17 from
Stafford, Membership Chairperson Dorothy Kite, Certification Chairperson Lou Frazier of Jacksonville, will be 2-5 p.m. at the Oceanway: Civic
Anna Ruth Johnson, Legislative Chairperson Amanda Chandler, united in marriage on Saturday, Center, 12215 Sago load, Jackson
Nutrition Chairperson Margaret Diggs, and Reporter Dolores Morgan. June 24 at 6 p.m. at the home of Mr. ville. I
Closing remarks were made by President Barbara Moore,Dorothy Kite, & Mrs. Clifford Kelley, Sr in No gifts, please.Announcing..
Region IV Director and Food Service Director Dolores Morgan. Thirty- Lawtey.All .
four association members enjoyed the luncheon. friends and relatives are in- ... r
vited to attend. ...Garrett Norman '
;: 1
Church News. CrawfordPerezTo Wayne and Debrai Norman an-
Engagements. .. nounce the birth of 11 son, Garrett
Marry TuesdayRay Michael,born May 28 in Gainesville,
Bradford Baptist Crawford and Joyce Perez and weighing 8 IDS, 4 oz. He Joins

i Giddens-Jordan Hosts Special will be united in marriage on June 20 brother 9-year-old sister Vanessa! 4-year-old
Told at 8 at Jordan and 2-year-old
Engagement Drama TeamThe p.m. Crystal Lake. brother Derek.

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Giddens announce friends No invitations will be sent out. All Maternal grandpare nts are M.M.
public is invited to attend a and family are invited.
the engagement of their s presentation by the Bob (Butch) and Barbara Jordan of
daughter, Diana Lynn, to William Jones University Truth in Action Lawtey. Great-grandmother is
tJ; 'I Michael Jordan, son of Mr. & Mrs. drama team at Bradford Baptist Ebenezer Baptist Daisy Thompson of La Jordan. Paternal E.L.
: Millard Church June 21 at grandparents are
on Wednesday, ,
\';' The bride-elect is a 1981 graduateof Ushers Celebrating (Nook) and Margaret Norman of
Orange Park High School and is :The p.m.program will be in two parts: Anniversary 6/16 Starke. Great-grandparents are
currently employed with the Army Leon and Thelma Norm an of Starke.
Mr.&Mrs.Robert Earl Starling (1) a sermon presented The ushers of Ebenezer Baptist

National Guard. readers'-theater-style, allowing all Church of Starke (Rev. O.E. Harris,
The groom-to-be a 1981 graduateof six team members to relay the be
pastor) will celebrating their an-
Bradford High School and is cur-
message and act out illustrations. niversary on Friday, June 16 at 7:30:
MarriedIn >>
Clark-Starling rently employed with the Army Na-
The entitled 'Judgement'MS
tional Guard. sermon p.m. Rev. Eddie Robinson,pastor of ,
been adapted from a message Pleasant Grove .
Baptist Church of
May 27th CeremonyMiss The couple is planning a preached by Dr. Bob Jones, Sr. (2) Keystone, will deliver the message. ,
September wedding at Clay Hill j an original story dramatizing the You are invited to come and join in ..:..
Tracie LeAnn Clark of Starke and Mr. Robert Earl Starling of Baptist Church. I II rapture of the church called, 'Act of for a glorious time. .
Lawtey were united in marriage May 27 at the First Baptist Church of II I God' whose main character, an unsaved -
Starke. I young man, seeks to understand -

The bride is the daughter of Mr. &Mrs. Ted Clark.The groom is the son I what has taken place at the rap-
of Mr. &Mrs. Robert Glen Starling of Lawtey. I ture.
Water Aerobics & Exerciseby
The church was garnished with beautiful royal blue and white bouquets, Bradford Baptist Church is
with some placed in the candelabras. Bouquets with candles were in each I located on Griffis Loop(100-A)( )at the
window sill and also in the family pews. I railroad tracks just off Hwy. IOCS. Georgia and Dana

Bro.James Cowart performed the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided Pleasant Grove .
by organist Charlotte Durrance,pianist and soloist Jimmy Alvarez and
soloists Greg Alvarez and Lisa Waters. Bible School

Robbie Cowart served as best man,with Greg Clark, Kenny Clark,Robert NEW CLASS BEGINS,
Vacation Bible School will be June
Carver, Kevin Johns, Paul Rodgers, and Mike Rourke serving as ushers.
Given in marriage by her father Miss Clark 19-23 from 6-7 p.m. nightly at Pleasant '
wore a white satin gown
with a pearl drop beaded vep-necklme and long Renaissance sleeves. The I Grove United Methodist TUESDAY JUNE 20!)J r
I Church. ,
bodice featured hand-beaded pearls and irridescent sequins and a basque
theme this is 'Jesus
waist. The full skirt, accented with a large bow at the waist back, flowed The year
into a semi-cathedral train edged in schiffli lace. Tracie carried a dainty I Christ,Giver of New Life'.Everyoneis Tuesday & Thursday
I invited to come and enjoy studying
nosegay created with a striking balance of white flowers and
pure crystal Suzanne Marie Wilson I the word of the Lord.
beaded pearls, accented with white lace ribbon. 9 a.m. KOA Kampground Pool
The bride's headpiece had a band of satin flowers accented by crystaland and Victor Frank McQualg Bayless Hwy. Baptist US 301 Starke
seed pearls, surrounded by a sheer illusion puff and fingertip length
veil.Maid Wilson-McQuaig Bible School Soon $25/Month 473-3784 473-4106
of Honor was Erika Gruen, who wore a full-length royal blue taffeta Engagement Told Church ,
Bayless Highway Baptist
gown with a sweetheart neckline. The shoulders and lowered back I(SR 225) will be having Vacation Bible Register at Pool Before Classes
and Chris
& Linda Wilson
were framed in white and royal blue sculptured ruffles.She carried a fan- Jerry
1 School June 26-July 2 from 6.30-9:
Davidson, all of Starke, an-
shaped bouquet created with royal blue &white flowers and ribbons. Greg
is welcome to attend. .
the of their I p.m.
Bridal attendants were Michelle Clark (matron of honor), KellienBaldwuviMieoie nounce engagement -, .
b .. daughter, Suzanne Marie, to,Victor -
Ciampa.xDonna'Langleyt'Stacey Reddish and MelissarStarling.'They
Frank of Starke, of Mr.
McQuaig sop
were attired identically to the maid of honor. '
& Mrs. Louis McQuaig of Ocala.
Kyle Alvarez, daughter of Mr. &Mrs. Jimmy Alvarez, served as flower
The wedding is planned for August
girl. Matt Bennett,son of Mr. & Mrs. Joey Bennett,served as ring bearer. 26 at the First Baptist Church of
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Woman's Club of
Starke. The serving tables were coverd in white lace tablecloths and
bride-elect graduated from
featured royal blue and white flowers and ribbons.The seating tables were The
School and is
covered with white lace cloths and featured candles and greenery for a High /
employed by Mitchell's Drugs of
centerpiece.The Starke. The graduatedfrom
wedding cake consisted of layers that increased in size as they groom-to-be 1
Forest School in Ocala i
cascaded down in a swirl. The layers were placed on flower-filled glass High sr
and is Lawtey Correc-
employed by
cylinders and were connected by decorative stairs,featuring ceramic dolls tional Institute. CENTEL .
which complimented the wedding party.
Michelle Sexton, Tracy Rowan and Terri! Frounfelter presided over the gip
punch table.The cake was cut and served by Nancy Grider and Marla Reddish -
Leslie Laing and Amy Jackson presided over the bride's book. Where connect ;
Following a short wedding trip to several sites in North Florida,the wed- people
ding couple now reside in the Starke area. 1 / 1
: Tracie will attend the University of Florida this fall to obtain a '
microbiology degree, then pursue a career in general dentistry. Robert is jj'i'OUST i
employed by the Franklin Company at DuPont. JUKE


Earlv Bibles tracks down private eyes

Displayed Here CALLING

I A most rare collection of Ancient
Bibles and manuscripts will be on
view June 18-21 at 7:30: p.m. at the MYMARRIAGE
: Calvary Baptist Church in Starke. Get thePeace SAVED

Dr. Jewell E. Smith, long-time
; Temple Baptist Church in W
Orlando, will be presenting "Your of
'. Biblical Heritage' f a history of the
English Bible. He will also be focus-

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attack upon the Word of God. This
collection of Bibles at one time
belonged to the worlds' largest With CALL WAITING
private collection and were His Name Is Jesus!
displayed at the coronation of the hubby gets through
present Queen of England.

The Bibles and manuscripts date You are invited to to worship Him with us at: wife's busy signals a
:; as far bask as 2040 B.C. (from Ur of
I Chaldees-Genesis 11)to the present.
l' The manuscript writing includes FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

cuneiform, Hebrew, Greek, Latin BO7! W. Call Street,- Starke
and English written or printed upon Call CENTEL for_ If '
clay, vellum, papyrus, and paper. Bible School 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. .

Calvary Baptist is located at 150 S. 'The Friendliest Little Church In Town" details about'TOUCHCALL !4h,
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Honors. .
Two Area Residents Amy Lee Clark Cum Laude Grad From Boston Univ.

Two Bradford Residents Named to UF Honors Amy Lee Clark graduated Cum Miss Clark is the daughter of Jean Professions at BOB ton University.
Melissa Gay of Starke and Ed- Laude from Boston University witha Clark and the former Connie Clarkof Amy will continue her studies at
Receive Stetson Honors ward Cole of Keystone Heights have degree of Bachelor of Science in Hampton. She is a 1986 graduateof BU, working toward a Master of
Two former Hradtord High been named to the President's Rehabilitation Counseling. Bradford High School and attended Science degree In psychiatric
students have been named to the Honor Roll for maintaining (perfect The Sesquicentennial Commence- Santa Fe Junior College on a rehabilit< spring semester Dean's List and 4.0 grade point averages during the ment took place at Nickerson h'leld Board of Trustees scholarshio. M =_
Honor Roll at Stetson University: spring semester at the University of on Sunday. Mav 21, under the direction Upon graduation from Santa Fe, :eFATHER'S water is
Miss Sherri Christine Harrell Florida this year. of Boston University President she was the recipient of the Foster About halt as much hot aa in
daughter of Mr & Mrs. William M. John Silber. President George Bush Shi Smith scholarship and attendedthe used In the average shower
Harrell of Brcoker and French President Franrni Mit. University of Florida until Juneof the average bath.
Robert Hollis Thorpe son of Mr. terrand addressed more than 7,000 1988 when she transferred to DAY
& Mrs Robert D Thorpe of Starke; degree candidates and their guests Sargent College of Allied Health
he was also named to the Honors
Program and Honor Roll
Academic 'lonors are announcedat
the close of i each emester About
550 of the 2,503 under graduates earn- USDA Choice
ed honors for the spring semester

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:Mary Katherii Ie Wainwright

Dr. Wainwright Prices in this ad are good
Receives Ph.D.
From Purdue, thru Sunday, June 18, 1989.

Former Stance resident. Mary
Katherine Wainwright was
with a Ph D. in American USDA ,
graduated Pu rdue University (W. rho
Lafayette IN:' ) on May 13.
Dr. Wainwrig as Associate Professor
of English at Manatee Com- p,527ieef
munity College; in Bradenton is a
member of Ph i Kappa Phi national:
honorary society a McKnight (
Junior Facultj fellow and a former ROUND SCOT
David Ross fe'llow.,
She holds a B.A. in English from
the University of North Fla., and an
M.A in Engli sh from the Universityof
South Fla. She has recently been
published in The Harlem III
Renaissance: Revaluations
(Garland Press 1989). A chapter $198
from her dissertation won the 1989 South Carolina
Chester Eis Inger Prize at Purdue
University.She .
is the daughter of James
Richard W sinwrig t and the late PEACHES
Katie Fugal Wainwright of Starke,
and a 1960 JUS graduate.St. .

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Honoring GradsOn ''Lbs.
Juno 25, St. John Missionary Regular Chips ,
Baptist Church in Lawtey (Rev.
Herman .Johnson pastor) will pre-
sent a special youth day program in Packaged
honor of the '89 graduates of Brad- Percent',99c|
ford High School. .2.1
Honorable Cynthia. Moore qLb
Chestnut,"recently elected Mayor-' '100 'I 'I f
Commissioner of Gainesville will be
the guest speaker for the morning \ GROUND 6.5'Oz.Coors. Cut Halves & Quarters
program commencing at 11 a.m.All
1989 Bradford High School
graduates are cordially invited '
along with the community. Those BEEf r
graduates planning to attend are
asked to contact Mrs. Nova Burns- .
Bright before June 20.7823537.Hampton California
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During the Awards Ceremony held
at the school Thursday evening, Sprite, Diet Sprite
June 1, Principal Mary Ann Kyle in- b
troduced Joseph Watson,
1 .09
Kindergarten teacher, who 690
presented diplomas to his pupils who r 2 liter
graduated to first grade. Cer-
tificates of Excellence for the entire
school year were given to Charlene
Clifton Renee Ford. Emily Genest,
Brian McClellan and Rachael Smith.
Mrs. Kyle then presented Cer- g g g '
tificates to students who attained all
A's for the year: Grade 1-Juston
Hart, Joshua Hodges, Brian Lott, .
Julie McMillan, Brad Muse, Dusty lift!

Jason Rivers Lovell Paul,Turner.Crystal 2-Detria Murphy,Jassy Ford Salmon Or 46 Oz. Juicy Red 12 Oz. Topping Food LionLEMONADE

Starling.Archey, 2-3-Nikki Vicki Hutto Baker., 3-Clay John STEAK'1.HAW.AIIA'. PUNCH COOL 1 WHIP
McMillan. 4-Jason McCullough. f SHARK
5-Tori Hersey. 6-Jenmfer Darley.

A-B given HONOR to: 1-Jason ROLL Barr certificateswere ,Kristin \ o asr $129 59c

Bradley, Sabrina DeSue, Amanda I 790.
Flanagan Jeremy Gates, Brandi! $398 .
Gatlin, Ryan Hendrieth, Antonio ; : 1/2 Gallon

Jones Starling., Matilda 2-Jessica Rhoden Marshall, Joshua Erik Lb. ,

Scoggins, Ester Smith. 23MelodyBarr
Nena Contois, Daniel Davis. Halibut/Swordfish
3-Robert Broome, Amy Crews, 7 Oz. Pepperoni/ 8 Oz. AssortedBREYERS
Alicia Crosley, Peter Knipp, Amanda SpringDistilledFOOD 7.2 Oz. Combination/Sausage
Meng, Matthew Mullis, Paul STEAK
Phillips, Amanda Rowland. 4-Hope ,LION WATER MR. P'S PIZZA YOGURT
Archey, Chris Gibbs, Alex Kir- .

Meng Smith.chaine Rivers.Broome, ,April e-Missy 5-Gretchen Tracey Shaun Scoggins McCullough.Brown Muse Harris,,, Charlotte Christina Charisse, Angela $498 0. Lb. 2// $ 1 69 .., .1... 2/990/ ::=- .

CERTIFICATES went to Jason .. : .
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Barr, Dusty Rivers, Raymond Dale ;
Rhoden. t14 8110 1
TIFICATES to Charlotte Smith and 14 Oz. Liver/Chicken/Chopped Beef
Stacey McGregor. 250 Ct. Facial Tissue 64 Oz. 45 Off Fabric SoftenerSNUGGLE j
Cullough.ty"Spelling Bee Tracey Mc- KLEENEX _

Spelling Beer Gretchen Harris,Tori
Hersey, Bobby Howard, Ian
Marney, Angela Meng. Christina 990I
Broome, Tim Crews Jennifer
Darley, Carr Jones, Tracey Me-
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tramurals PARTICIPANTS: Clay Archey IN ,.lWlnlh Vicki Hut-In- ..1. ;.! '; ; ,- "
to, John McMillan, Amanda Meng,
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June 15, 1989"r. TELEGRAPH Page TA

Marie Bennett, Otto Hirte Wed

May 20 in St. Mark's EpiscopalMarie MTHERlDffiInstall

Lorraine Bennett of Lawtey and Meinhard (Otto) Hirte of Starke .
were united In marriage on May 20 in St.Mark's Episcopal Church by Rev.
Gilbert Crosby. .
Brass vases filled with hot pink roses,orchids, white& pink carnations, !
white gladioli,and white pom-poms accented the altar.The windows each w
held s arrangements, while each pew was adorned with a pink bow
and tufts of white tulle and hot pink ribbon accents.The guest book stand
was decorated with a corsage of white mini-carnations and pink roses.
Mrs.Jackie Grider provided nuptial music,on an organ decorated with a
white taper in a globe, surrounded with roses, carnations and orchids. ,HG '
Given in marriage by her son, Jimmy Johnson, the bride wore a soft 1 i :
pink, tea-length gown of chiffon over silk. She carried a crescent shaped : I
bouquet of pink roses, mini-carnations, pom-poms, orchids and ivy. She r ygt
wore a white pearl necklace and earrings and a white hat with a short veil. C
Best man was Don Hirte, with Eric Starling and Ron Hirte serving as $ i
3 ..c rI' Matron of honor was Elenor Rossano,wearing a hot pink,tea-length silk Joyce Meng Kent II'
C gown. She carried a crescent-shaped bouquet of pink roses, mini-
carnations,pom-poms and orchids. Former
The bride s granddaughter,Jean Rossano, served as flower girl, wearing Hampton I''
a white embroidered dress and carrying a pink basket decorated with Resident Receives

roses and carnations. Floral CertificationJoyce ,
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at St. Mark's Parish
House. The fireplace was decorated with floral arrangements in the Meng Kent of Orange Park, !
bride's chosen colors and flowers. designer-manager of Orange Park i
The two-tier wedding cake was adorned with fresh flowers in the bride's Florist, has been certified as a
chosen colors. The table was coverd with a white lace cloth over white Master Designer by Florists'
linen.The punch table was coverd with a white lace cloth over white linen.A Transworld Delivery Association
t corsage of flowers matching the other arrangements accented the punch (FTD).
bowl. She is the daughter of Paul and A

,I The groom's nieces, Pattle and Debbie, served and cut the cake. The Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake and a Hen PackageAir
'J' groom s granddaughters, Kelly and Lisa Hirte presided over the bride's 1973 graduate of Bradford High
book. School. She also holds a Master Conditioner

Assisting/ guests were Applean Brown,Sheila McClellan,Kay Austin and Florist Manager's certificate. .,,
Janet Willis. Evaluation of arrangements is
Mr.&Mrs.Meinhard(Otto) Hirte Following a wedding trip, the newlyweds now reside on Call Street in handled by an FTD certified floral GREATER
Starke. design judge. Once all the re- ENERGY SAVINGS
quirements are met newly-certified I
Master Designers are awarded certificates I
Commission. Shae Blom Attends and lapel pins which CASH & CARRY
iry !1 ,l recognize their accomplishments.
(from page 1A) f Leadership SeminarShanae The Designer Club program was
Was thanked
by Librarian Sue
introduced FTD in 1986 S.E.E.R9.00 '
surveyor Pat weicn to determine Crum for the new shed under which by to encourage
Lynn (Shae) Blom, c I excellence and creativity in
owns whether six Junior oak Griffis trees or that the county Griffis the new bookmobile is parked. sophomore at Bradford High School.,,. floral design, and to recognize the Heil!package air conditioners are
attended the North Florida Leadership achievements and talents of those
planted In front of his house. Commissioners Was told by Ms. Crum that an Seminar May 5-7 ir I designers who excel in their work. engineered for dependability and
are willing to leave the $8,000 federal grant just receivedwill Tallahassee.Miss energy efficiency.Installed outside your j j ,
trees and go around them if the trees be used to purchase recreational Blom is the daughter ol f r home,they save floorspace and deliver !
are only a few feet inside the county reading to entice youngsters to use Police Chief and and Mrs. Jimm. :
right-of-way. the library. energy savings all summer long.
Epps of Starke. She was sponsor I
The north entrance to Forsyth Okayed the closing of 642 feet of by the Starke Woman's Club. I
Road off SR-100 also poses a pro- the entrance road to the Big Buck Miss Blom was nominated for th. 3 I
blem.Commissioners want to have a Hunting Club off Forsyth Road. The honor by a committee of faculty I _.NE'Ask
right-angle entrance to SR-100. The club will pay for culverts and a turnaround students at Bradford High, based o n II I A fnl-
current slant-in entrance is con- Bruce Scott said. her leadership ability and other ac us lVlnw" I
sidered too dangerous. The owner of Agreed to award the bid for a new complishments. She is serving a second -
the parcel at the entrance won't sell, telephone switchboard for the cour- year as class senator on the. 3-Ton Just $799 I
however, and the board is looking thouse at its June 20 meeting. Low Student Council. Shae is a JV.
Installation Extra
for another parcel to buy. bidder is Norton Telecom of Starke, cheerleader and a member of the. I
In other action, the commission: $36,553. Other bids were: Southern Key Club. ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS i
Agreed to approach the City of Bell, $59,401; AT&T, $55,528; IBM Shae attends First Baptist Church I 310 E. Call St.
Starke about donating some 10 acres $59,337; Centel $76,392. A county and is a member of the You:II I Starke. FL 32O91 r
of property behind the Wal-Mart committee headed by CommissionerJoe Shoe BlomL.ad.r.hlp Ensemble and Youth Choir. (904) 98 .2966
Shopping Center and on city proper( Riddick, a retired telephone Award Recipient The Youth Foundation wa I ,
ty for a new jail to be built sometime __ company employee is studying the established by actor Hugh O'Briarin
in the future. bids. 1958 with the belief that America'
greatest resource is in its youth. I

I Morningside Nature Center Offers Cl]lasses for Kidsfor out Purpose, recognize of the and foundation reward is potentia to seek]i Need An Electrician?

Morningside Nature Center is offering Nature, Grandma's Kitchen, programs for 4 year olds and up in high school sophomores by bring; DAN
morning and afternoon sum- Wilderness Survival and Nature's are available and snacks are included ing together select groups of these. call WAINWRIGHT .
in of the sessions. students with a group>of distinguished
mer classes for children ages 2 to 18. Magic.All many
leaders in business
classes require preregistrationas Registration material is availableat science
Beginning in mid-June and ending well as a fee. Programs are Morningside Nature Center, 3540 education, government and the pro 964-9139
in mid-August some of the programs limited to 12 students with a East University Ave. or call 374-2170 fessions.
offered will be Farm Life, Sounds of minimum of 6 required. Discounts for additional information. 36 Years Experience-All Types Electrical
Work and Three Phase
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, Legion Post to Install Officers Cecelia Brannen 24 Hr. Service Serving 5 Area Counties Reasonably Priced WorkAndrews

American, Legion Post W* 56i and isH JeDeetl. ardt, of Lento,. ... ..'I. . . .
the American Legion Auxiliary,Unit"'president of District IV. -.J>-. -e SCleaning'Services' ; I
56, will install new officers for the Accompanying Mrs. Deethardtwill
coming year at a banquet set for be District Sgt-at-Arms Rita Commercial Residential
Tuesday evening, June 27. McLaughlin, Bellview; Asst.
Secretary Sara Smith, Floral City; Drugs !
A social hour will begin at 6 p.m. Dist. Chaplain Felicia Sees, Ocala; Satisfaction Guaranteed Reasonable Rates
followed by the banquet at 7 p.m., Dee Rose, Hawthorne; Asst. Dist. Licensed Insured ((904)) 782-3089
catered by Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B- Sgt.-at-Arms Genevieve Norris, 356 W. Madison 964-7170 ,i
Que. Crystal River, and Elsie Phillips,
Special guests of the Legion include Crystal River, wife of District Com-
Florida Department Com mander Tom Phillips.
mander Larry Sheets of Miami,Nor Special awards will be presentedby Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop Watches MTNCNS DAY After Shave
thern Area Vice-Commander Tom Post 56 Commander Charles ;
Wiley of Jacksonville and 4th Schaeffer, but will not be revealed J .. Wallets Much More
District Commander Tom Phillips of until the installation.All Tuesday Saturday 10-5:30
Crystal River. members of the post and Unit, )'.:

Installing officer for the Auxiliary and spouses, are urged to attend. _. Basket Weaving t4ADE POi
:-" .. ,. ?;:::' I Classes Now Starting.

I Clark Talks to LSC StudentsWiley 7ForsythcRoad"". -'f-: Limited Space So Call

how it responds to juveniles when : ;. \ Now to Register.
(lark, investigator for the __ oa
State Attorney's Office in Bradford they fail to comply with the law.The Many Gtftsfor} Dad on His Day

County,recently spoke to grades 5-8 students were of the already 964-7109/964-6376
knowledgeable proposed
at Lawtey Community School. legislation to deny driver l licenses to
dwelled the
Clark on importanceof
school dropouts and when mentioned -
the student's responsibility as
drew and
an immediate almost
citizens to respect authority,adhereto
from the
the niles of society, further their dience, said reponse Ms. Harrell. MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
education, according to
The program was one of several From
Counselor Iva Jean Harrell. related to substance abuse '
The students were extremely attentive activities throughout the year at Lawtey Com- on Hwy 100, Next to Pinehurst Variety
and asked many questions School. Sandtrapsto J
concerning the judicial system and munity Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendoand ,,

VCR Rentals Available J' "
Florida County Maps Listed in BookThe ; '
Monday Wednesday 2 Movies for $3.00

location of 500 charted in- fish there best season to fish and Thursday.All Movies are $1OO Each Sandcastles

shore and offshore fishing spots in what baits and lures to use. Please FrI., Sat. & Sun.$2.5O Ea.ch

Florida can be found in the 112-page allow 4 to 6 weeks: for delivery.. Remit Rent 3, Ge; 2 FREE,

"Florida's Charted Saltwater Fishin' $4.50 per copy to Bureau of b
Holes." Included for each hole is a Maps-Charts P.O. Box 5317.Tallahassee

discussion of water depth, species of Florida 32314. Open 7 Days A Week for Your Convenience

Nintendo Games $1.50 Each .,
Licensed WholesalerI Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea.
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RL I,Box 854B Vacation Bible School nuke your family) vacation a memorable yet qffonlabtu, experience. i
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CHURCH Invites YOU if you are For the kids,The Grasshopper Gang sponsors organized IdMt1eI in->
SUN dulling beach games, pizza parties, treasure hunts and hike-. a daily,
.wJo RENTTOOWN between the,ages of 2 to 18 yrs. adventure hi fun so exciting they ll want to come back far m reI/ '

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I \ Legal Notices T Representative:
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.P. Th. City of lawley's Community Introducing.
O. Drawer 938 Development Office as part of their
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starke Fl) 32091 Demolition/Relocation Program will
Firms or individuals Interested In pro- ( sealed bid. for the
(904)) 964-5700 receive DEMOLITIONAND
t lORD JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD followingA.viding this service should submit the Personal Representative: LOT CLEARING of seven ((7) single (ART 1 lCs3TgC! <>illimj'1) rWl'>tJo@M1Jf\ <1>!1'U l '

CASE NO 88 476.CA Notice of Interest to provide theservices BETTY SPEER BOLAND family dwellings. '.Ij<,,"M
IN I HIThe" Matter. of 4329 Barnett Shoals Rd. LOCATIONS: County Road 200 B, >
I hu Adoption Of Athens, Go.30605 Southeast First Street and Truman -Summer '8ft Teaming Activities :
ROBERT ALLEN JOHNS. B Verification of current registrations 4tchg 6/15-7/6 Street. There are four ((4) of subject
as a land surveyor in the State of Control homes In the East Lake Street
( minor 105 targetar.a.
i look acttoUtes that are designed to
NOTICE Florida Three ((3)) homes on Truman StreetIn from now through August for
10 ROBERT CLIFTON BURKE C Verification, of successful performance IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH our second target area.Acceptance of help young people understand and appreciate the world In which
Address Unknown. as a land surveyor on a Florida JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD bids will be at the Office of CommunityDevelopment
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that project. COUNTY FLORIDA we live. Using the calendar children will explore different{
a located In the
D. Other information about the firmsor Lawtey
I i "Mion" lor Adoption of the minor child individual ability to perform the ser IN RE: Th. Marriage CASE of NO. 89-236-CA Volunteer Fire Station Post Office Box environments and cultures.We .
OBtRT ALLEN BURKE has been Mod In .. : 418, Lawtey, Florida 32058, until 12:00:
he- above styled Court. You further ARTHUR W. QUICKSALl. these activities will creativity In homes throughoutthe
are hope spark
,tiliod All Information should be sent to Mr. Husband p.m., Friday, Jun. 23, 1989.
that the Court waive
i I.." to abandonment of the consent child Jim Duncan Superintendent of Schools, and The City of Lawtey's Community community. We encourage everyone to /team something newt
minor District School Board of Bradford TONI! Development reserves the right to reject
,,,,d County KEITH QUICKSALL ..
hId" grant on adoption of the minor 582 North Temple Ave.. Starke Florida W Ile. any and all bids. Th.City of Lawley lion ,. ,.." -;'-" "" ",; ,"c'.,. ''' ; ',

You are required to serve a copy of 32091. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Equal Opportunity contractor Employ.r.Award.d will. Indicate ; ( R t : -1i.Yj,", ". ff. .. .J
v 'ur written def..n..... if any to the ace All interested firms or individualsmust : ARTHUR W. QUICKSALL "sealed bid" ". .
by notatlng same on exterior
on on the Plaintiffs who.e"or'l1O reply in writing no later than 4:00: 2123 Raiford Road
attorney of
and address l I. DARLA JEAN P.M. on the 26th day of June, 1989. Starke, Florida 32091 will also be envelope.required Awarded to provide contractor proof ofcontractor' Most cities have more trash than they know what to do with.slna' .
( CHRISTOPHER Post Office 3tchg 61isControl YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action
Drawer .
40. liability Insurance, the Amcrlcan family throws out 3.5 pounds of
095 for dissolution of average
Florida 32091 on or before June marriage and workman's compensation coverage and
26 1989 and file the -- other relief has been filed, against In
original with the --- you tax number. garbage a day. How many pounds of garbage does your family
Clerk of this Court either before service the above-styled Court and you are required Control 107
,''i the' Petitioners attorney or im REQUEST FOR BIDS to serve a copy of your written IIchg 6/1 S throwaway each week? How much of It Is aluminum cans, glass or
modiaiely thereafter, otherwise the. The City of Lawtey Is now accepting defenses, if any, to it on TERENCE M.
i>hef requested in the Petition will be separate sealed bids on the following BROWN ESQUiRE Terence M. Brown PUBLIC NOTICE paper waste that can be recycled? Is there anything you can

granted< surplus property: P.A.. Post Office Drawer 40 Starke, The City of Lawtey's Office of Community re-use?
WITNESS MY HAND and official seal of Garbage trucks ditch-digger and Florida 32091, on or before the 20th day Development Is in the process of
,this Court on this 23rd day of May 1989 front-end loader. of July 1989 and file the original with soliciting contractors who may be interested Survey neighbors or friends about recycling to find out different
CLERK: OF THE CIRCUIT COURT All separate sealed bids must be the Clerk of this Court either before service In participating In the city's
By Carol Williams received by 12:00: noon July 3. 1989 at on the above-named attorney or Immediately DEMOLITION/RELOCATION PROGRAM. ways we can get rid of. or make less trash. Launch a neighborhood
Deputy CletrkConlrol091 the Lawtey City Hall P.O. Drawer G, thereafter otherwise a Th. program Involves construction of
recycling drive. Or find one or two Items that can be re-used suchas
lowtey. FL 32058 default will be entered against you for new single family dwellings.The .

4tchgS 256 15 We reserve the right to accept or reject the relief demanded In the Petition homeowners will be responsiblefor an egg carton that can serve as a planter for apple or orange
-- -_.____ m___. any and all bids received. Witness my hand and official seal of choosing a contractor and the Officeof

NOTICE INTENTION Conlrol104 this Court on this 6th day of Jun., 1989. Community Development will act as seeds. ____ __________________ _
TO REGISTER 3lchg 6/15-29 CLERK OF THE COURT an agent. Th. program will also Include
FICTITIOUS NAME TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. the REHABILITATION of single family Program Sponsors: The Bradford Education Association(local teachers
Pursuant lo Section 865.09. Florida fNTHE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. dwellings according to our specifications
statues. notice is hereby given that" the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- Attorney for Wife and plans.If union);the American Federation of Teachers; Wheelabrator Technologies
undersigned, C. W. HEAVNER JR.Ruutu FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. P. O. Draw.r"O you would Ilk. to participate In this
Starke, Florida 32091 (leader In waste/oners/technology). The activities are printed free of chargeas
5 Box 7800 (Morgan Road). CASE NO. 89.80.CP((14073)IN ) program please contact the Office of
STarke Fl. 32091 and SHANE RE; The Estate of ((904)) 964-8272 Community Development Post Office a public service by The Bradford Telegraph.
JOHNSON Route 5. Box 7800 (Morgan MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER Fla. Bar No: 0289612 Box 418. Lawtey. Florida 32058 or contact -
Road). Slarke Fla. 32091 joint owners. Deceased 4tchg 6/15.7/6 Mr. Errol D. Jon... Project Administrator
doing business under the firm name of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Control 106 19047823730.
POOL DOCTOR (a pool service). Route 5. administration of the estate of The City of Lawley's Office of Community
Box 7800 Morgan Road Starke Florida MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER Deceased MEETING NOTICE Dev.lopm.nt Is an Equal Opportunity
32091 intends to register said fict lioun, File No.: 89.80-CP ((1-4073)). Is pending In The Suwannee River Economic Coun- Employer.
name under. the aforesaid statute the Circuit Court for Bradford County cil, Inc., Board of Directors will hold a IIchg 615Canlrol
Bradford Dated this County 25th day of May. 1989 in Florida Probate Division the address of meeting of the Board of Directors on 108 [Eu SED OFFICE )

4tchg5 25.' 17 which Is Bradford County Courthouse, Monday June 19, 1989. 7:30: p.m. at the FURNITURE3Ox6O
Starke. Florida 32091. Holiday Inn In Lake City Fla.
-' PUBLIC NOTICE- -. The names and addresses of the personal 1tchg 615Control
representative and the personal
The School Board of 103
Bradford County
representative's attorney are set forth CHAIRS
Florida will require the professionalservices below 12 In StockDESKS

of a registered land surveyor to Interested persons are required to USDA
Commodity Distribution Dates Set ALL TYPES
locate the 500
corners and boundaries of file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON-
School) belonging to the Bradford THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., announces the following dates $ -,- SIZES
District. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate for distribution of USDA commodities.. Qualifications guidelines and in- FROM ail -' Over 30 In Stock
The scope of the protect and required.crvices and ((2)) any objection by an Interested come eligibility scale information may be obtained Iron the Suwannee
are as follows'I person to whom notice was mailed that River Economic Council Inc. MAKE
Used Store Shelves- '
I Provide general land survey to challenges the validity of the will, the 1113
locate and mark boundariesand Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card. OFFER:
property qualifications of the personal representative You must current card to commodities. You
present your receive or cither
Descriptions corners, and at the other Agricultural pertinent Farm infor ALL, venue CLAIMS or AND jurisdiction OBJECTIONS of the Court.NOT of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities. Used Copy Machines FROM $ 699

motion ,is available from the diiactors SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Distribution site and dates are us follows:
office of Bradford Union Vo.Tech at 609 Publication of this Notice has begunon JUNE 12-23: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center 134 to;. South Street, 9:00: ll
North Orange Street Starko Florida June 15, 1989. a.m.-p.m.Please :
12091 Telephone ((904)) 964.6150 Attorney for Personal bring a box or bag to put your commodities in
Butter flour egg mix, and peanut butter III be distributed this month.

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Chamber Sets Showtime 89 to Promote ]Local BusinessesA

A three-day business festival,call- some good out of the experience, someone. Local civic clubs will be In other action, the Chamber Chamber mixer is set 5-6:30: p.m. at nors usually meet. Chamber Direc-
ed "Showtune '89," Is set for the Mrs. Rink said invited to carry on their money- governors: the Econo-Lodge. tor Larry Reddish, who operates
weekend of Nov. 18 at the Bradford The governors approved the idea. making activities. Decided to eat lunch at future Sonny's Bar-B-Q, was Invited to
fairgrounds and Is being E sponsored Mrs. Rink told the Governors she The biggest expense will be hiringa Were told plans for July 4 meetings, at the suggestion of Orian next meeting, set July
by the Starke/Bradford Chamber of visited the Gainesville Expo and decorating firm to make curtainsto festivities are under way. Commis- Wells. Area restaurants will be 'reed, at the suggestion of attorney -
Commerce.It talked to Palatka and Bunnell about divide \the booths, Mrs. Rink said. sioner Maxie Carter announced the visited. Those restaurants not set up Reggie Flynn, to invite one
will be a chance for local their business expositions. She said county will donate $500 for to host tl"- cover"..+will be invitedto member at large,one guest,and one
businesses to promote products and and got encouragement from all. In "We want to make It fun we wantto fireworks. cater a meal in thr .JC Starke student to each meeting of the Boardof
perhaps draw some business. It will fact, if the 100 booths aren't rented do an excellent Job of merchandising Were reminded the next center board room when he gover Governors.
also be chance for the Chamber to by local merchants, Rink said, ," Mrs. Rink told the governors.
sell booth spaces, as is done at the Gainesville\ merchants will take To participate in the festival a
county fair and raise some money, them. business must be a Chambermember. flY "filii
explained executive Director Anita Renting 100 booths will raise closeto .
Rink,talking to the Board of Governors $20,000. Mrs. Rink said she feels "Mrs. Rink wants a way for mer-
last Thursday, June 8. the exposition can be put on for chants to donate $ZOO and get some
It will be better than Just raising $10,000, leaving the Chamber a profit benefit said Chamber President "Act of God"A
dues,and the businesses may realize The kitchen will al'o be rented U> Len Scruofman.I .

Golf Club Expansion Being Considered,
I Drama About The Rapture

9 Holes Planned for Wainwright Propertyby

Buster Rohn Moxley says those certificateshave one memoer said. WEDNESDAY
aCT Staff Writer no value, other than to frame
The Starke Golf and Country Club and hang on the wall. New Board... JUNE 21
Board of Directors has been looking In the discussion Tuesday even- An annual election of directors to
into the feasibility of expanding the ing, Moxley made the point that any fill vacancies of expiring terms was
golf course from its present nine change in the capital structure will held Friday, June 9,with five offices rs a 7:30 p.m.
holes to 18 holes. have to be approved by a vote of the being vacated.The nominating com- r
Al Stefanelli, chairman of the membership, and he cannot mittee provided a slate of five
committee for determining the visualize members "giving away nominees, which were elected /
possibility of adding nine holes and $750,000 (current value of the golf without opposition.Ruth at
the means for financing the venture, course, according to Terry Gaines) Powell and Ben Moxley were
reported where the proposal now to proposed stockholders.1Stefanelli nominated and re-elected to the BradfordBaptist
stands to directors Tuesday, June and his committee In- board. New officers elected were
13.Stefanelli vestigated every facet in its review, Tom Smith, Al Stefanelli and Bill I Church
said J.R. Wainwright, including land acquisition, financ- Heavner Holdover directors are ., I '
who owns the land adjacent to east ing, zoning, engineering, course Jack Hazen, Terry Gaines, Leslie :.- J J
side of the golf course property, has development, by-laws Implementation Biggs and Paul Brooks. Starke, Florida
agreed to sell 120 acres required for and the possibility of city water Jim Womack, A.E. McWilliamsand J Located Griffis '
the The Clark went off the board on
expansion. price, while not and sewage. Wiley ..... -
disclosed, appeared to be The board of directors has upon the expiration of their terms, ( Loop ((100-A) at the
reasonable.The authorized the expenditure of $1,800to choosing not to stand for re-election. -'Ir' Railroad Tracks just
plan, according to Stefanelli, poll the membership concerningthe Club Manager Jim Brown Godwin
provides for the club to change its expansion. If it doesn't fly this complimented Wiley Clark for progress off Hwy 100 S.
capital structure to a corporation, time, it will lay to rest for all time, made in upgrading the Presented by a group from Bob Jones University along
owned by stockholders. The the long-held dream of expandingthe physical plant under
stockholders would then purchasethe golf club in its present location, )resident.
120 acres,add three holes on cur-
rently owned land, and six new holeson
the Wainwright property. The "Judgement"
corporation would then own approx-
imately 240 acres, allowing it to sell
some 120 lots for residences adja- SER"DrAR
cent to fairways.The .
sale of lots will finance the
purchase of the land from Wain-
wright and construction of the addi-
tional golf holes. L''
The club currently has 185-195 Summer
members, not enough to fund an
18-hole course, but membership will
increase, the board of directors
believe, if the course is expanded. Spruce-Up
Currently, membership in the clubIs

$30-S45 per month, depending on -UIu --- ____
the several factors, with the lowest JsPst1 /1uIppr-3
amount retirees. _
being paid by
Stefanelli said the dues are too low, Now Thru Sat., June 24
and will have to be raised, and suggests ,
a $60 per month minimum. _
Long-time director Ben Moxley
said each time dues are raised,some
of the members drop out, and con- IRUSICMPEH<*
sideration of an increase must keep
loss of members in mind. Silicone II ,, F Poly Hose Reel
.Last the club assessed each
Holds 150' of 5/8" hose
$75 to defray the cost of a Sealant up to
tractor,:and while the a&dssfrient' ro x 1 '+ W Qop/t/ 1 1 <., (not Incl.): Extra long leader
h -- steel
raised "$15,275, a number of Weatherproofs and insulates- for up 0 '' .; a i tubing Chrome-plated prevents rust.

members dropped out because of it. to 50 years. Won't crack, chip or peel -? ; #HR150C
The Starke club is presently own- ?
ed by its members, according to Use indoors or out. Clear or white 10.3 oz. t,:, ti<;
charter member Moxley,although a #5000.1 ..
number of people in the community $1799
own "certificates of membership $
for which they paid $300 when the
club was being formed in 1958.


County GetsSuperior

Audit .Y ,
O o a 9xq
Report for 1988by
Joe Glsty 25 FT E t 4 0

ICT Staff Wr'tar
"You have underspent your ........-
budget by some $442,000. Had you
not done that you would now be in i EATER I Zo'c dO' .
trouble." auditor Pat Farnsworthtold OamoSERVIJTFR.. 4:1I: : ':IH WEED
the county commission at a 12"ElectricTrimmerEdger Water Seal
Hornet & Wasp 1"x 25 Power Polyurethane
special meeting Monday night, May Ready-to-use water repellent for
8, following a workshop on a new Killer Spray Tape Rule Brings lasting beauty to floors, wood, concrete and other porous
borrow pit ordinance.The f lurnituitt. trim and counter tops. For Features Ta -N-Go' automatic line materials.Use on leather,canvas
commission is conservative in Powerful|jet spray reaches nests with Chrome Case finished or unfinished wood. Satin a powerful 3.1 amp. and fabric. Dries transparent and
their estimates of revenues and con- 20' above ground.. Also controls Case has belt clip; reinforced tip or gloss, 1 qt. Clear vaend adjustable assist handle. palntable. 1 gal. #10101Qcnova
servative in their estimates of ex- yellow jackets, antsleas( and other with bumper guard Marked 16 #3010-060.3000-060 Cuts 12"path. Lightweight. 1212
penditures,Farnsworth slid,or they insects.lSoz.t 1103 stud centers. #SSR
would have spent more than was
taken in. $99 $2999 $799t

In addition to the finincial report, $249 !i
there is required by law a com-
pliance report to the various depart- -
ments of the state of Florida.

,This report says not only now
county money was spent, but was it
spent in compliance with law, and
was it spent the way it was supposedto
be spent.<<:
Only one comment was made in :
that regard stating that the same
who enters financial tran- 'i..
employee -@
sactions into the data processing ..'/ f
system also makes deposits and ., 1 SERVIb1tR.16" RNN?8/RD.
handles cash.Internal m
control over cash would CPVC Tubing RUST-OLEUM Electric, HedgeTrimmer '
be strengthened if these duties\ were For hot or cold water pl es. ,Metal Saver Liquid Nails9' Sprinkler

separated, the report states. Tough protection for wood and Quick-grab, high-strength adhesive Provides even water coverage up to
No irregularities or errors were metal surfaces. 12-oz. spray. Gloss bonds most construction materials Double-edge reciprocating steel 2.600 sq. ft. Operates even on low
seen because of this lack of separa- Corrosion$149 black or gloss white. with one surface application.! blade stays sharp, cuts branches water pressure. Power jet nozzles /
tion, the report continues. #7779. Water-resistant. 10 5 oz. up to%".Extra heavy-duty motor. for precision stream control. RB-93
#LN6018 #8718
to hire
"It would make no sense
extra employees to get that com-
ment out of the audit report," said $ 9 $499
Farnsworth. Every small county 299 99 $3999

and small municipality normally J VIndhkjuil
gets that kind of comment. Y. x 10' V

"I want to commend you and your
clerk for the kind of audit report you
have received again this year," .dialers. may Bmil quintllln.IMKUail dealers may not Mock. K IMml Hardware Lumber Home Centers
Farnswortth told the board. Somt itoni..,restrict turn.to Wild. any......ortu
of the constitutional
"Every one '
officers have the same kind of excellent '" 1'i"
outstanding : '
had. \ ." .
reports he said "We no \

adverse comments at all." .'(.',, / '" ',..

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W.9 Can Help ;
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Page lOA TELEGRAPH June 15, IOK9

June Haddock Appointed to Hampton Council; Evans Wants City Waterby

asked council why the
Brenda Bawk Councilman Elwood Padgett said the appointment.Councilman located at the Junction of county Protection 'Questioned... Evans should ,000 a year for
BCT Staff Wrlt.r the council needed to appoint someone Padgett told the coun- roads 18 and 221. city thenSt"l entitled to.
The Hampton City Council filled to fill the position. cil he would like to be moved from Evans told the council his well ran The Hampton city council Sheriff ap- protection l Padgett said why paya
the vacant seat of a resigning coun- "The council needs a tie-breaker," the Recreation Committee to the dry and he In now borrowing water pointed the Bradford interim County marshalat marshal Councilman$200 a week with other expenses
Department as city
the Councilman Padgett said. Street Committee. Ms. Haddock is from a neighbor.
cilman by appointing a woman to Bnorlal l 23. and not have 4-hour servir*
position Tuesday, June 12. "We sure do said Chairman new to the council, and would be an "It's the city's obligation to provide a meeting May
Hampton resident June Haddockwill Waldon Wadsworth said. asset to the recreation department water for the residents of the city -
serve in place of resigned coun- Chairman Wadsworth called for committee Councilman Padgettsaid. of Hampton," Councilman Chairman Wadsworth called for "1 think its a waste of money "
cilman Frank Bryant. Bryant nominations from the council. June Padgett told the council. comments about the job being done Evans said after the meeting."Evenwben
notified the council by mail that he Haddock was nominated by Coun- The request was approved by the The motion made by Councilman by the Bradford County Sheriffs we had the marshal, the
would be moving out of town and cilman Johnny Allen. Hampton resi- chairman and council members. Padgett to provide water to Evans' Department sheriff came" through town at least
was resigning from office. Neither dent Arthur Thornton was residence was seconded by Coun- once a day.
Ms. Haddock attended nominated by Councilman Ted Cur- cilman Curtis. Hampton resident John Evans told
Bryant nor Well Runs Dry... the council he thought the sheriff's
I the them (the Sheriffs
! There meeting.was some discussion on tis.Ms.. Haddock's nomination was Hampton resident John Evans The city will have to connect water department was required to protectthe Department $19,000 to just run
whether to appoint a councilman to seconded by Councilman Padgett asked the council if the city could lines from across CR-18 to reach city because the city is In Brad- mown Main Street." Evans asked.
fill the vacant position.. and all councilmembers agreed on provide water to his residence Evans' home. ford County

I knew this

wa s going to happen.i ,

Here in Florida, a summer storm

can bring up to 8,000 lightning

strikes an hour.That why we're

i known as the lightning capital of

r.' ;'r!. 4, tt \ ': s+,ild' :t Pl. 4 ,i.,. ,,, rt+,, t+ 3 the world.So .

its not difficult for FPUs

troublemen like Mike Clark to

predict it will

sometimesknockout _' -

power. But

thanks to

: r FPL's light-

it a r-
.,? ova ning tracking

system,Mike can be on.the scene

almost before the thunder"I" ,

?trF':? gets there.

The system uses some rather

sophisticated tracking equipment.

t4'f Computers, sensors, and satellite

S' communications are employed to
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Yes i ty r pate where

Lightning might interrupt power.

,, And send crews like Mikes to getit

flowing again. Better than twiceas

fast as just five years ago.

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Starke Elementary Straight A's, Grade One...

Students earning straight A grades for the. fifth six weeks grading
p period at Starke Elementary school In the first grade are pictured (I to

Mm/Front row: Trade Cohens- Adrian' tatscu. Farah Martin Rebecca
Candy Thomas. Billy Adams, Erica Driver Brand Faulkner
M Jonle Starling Josh Forman. Stephen Browning and Candice Landv.

Second row: Phillip "endr.lcks. Shauna Leverson. Erin Elliott. Amanda -
Fell Florence Jenkins' Lacey McGinn. Frances McKenna. Brandi
Northrup. Janes Ross Trudy Taylor. Scott Johns and Grade Warren.
Back row: Ashley Smith 1 Chris Willis, Melissa Chl"y-Chris Lam Dana
Milner Tabitha Padgett Raymond! Rhodrn. Lindsey Sheffield Mert Ann
Sov., Aaron Tetstone. Aaron Woodfln and Arlanne Tice. I.

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Brooker Elementary Straight A's... ftwf by J A.Ol.iy,

Students at Brooker Elementary School who made 4, Michelle Townsend grade 4. r (
I stralngt A's during the fifth six weeks grading period Back row: Kelly Cook grade 2,Julie Robinson grade cfQ4t '3 1cJ
are (I to r): 5,Matthew Jordan grade 4 and Matthugh Crosby grade
Front row: Alicia Ellis grade 2. Derek Siders !ad'5.. .

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Hampton Straight A's, Fifth six weeks... I

Students at Hampton Elementary School who made Deena Crawford,Detrla Ford Jason Lovell and Jassie
straight A's on their report card for the fifth six weeks Starling.
grading period were. (I to r): Third row: Crystal Murphy. Nena Contois. Nikki
a Front row: Sabrina DeSue. Ryan Hendrieth Steven Baker Amanda Meng, Clay Archey John McMillan.
r ,t Knip Sean Wiggins Jason Barr.Chris Darga.Amanda Paul Phillips, Vicki Hutto and Alicia Baker.
p ) t Flanagan Jeremy Gates Juston Hart.Joshua Hodgesand Back row: Jason McCullough. Shaun Muse
Brian Lott. Charlotte Smith. Tori Hersey. Tracey McCullough.
Second row: Julie McMillan. Joshua Meng, Brad Missy Brown and Jennifer Darley.
It, Muse Dusty Rivers, Joshua Starllnff. Paul Turner

Presidential Academic Fitness Award, Starke Elementary... _M.,IoA.O''..'

The Presidential Academic Fitness Award for Center row: Kristy Larsen, Kenneth Wainwright,
fourth and fifth graders.Is earned by maintaining a 3.3 Tlma Cowart, Teri Laney, Melissa McLeod and
grade point average for the school year,and successful Melissa Crosby. It's Summertime and the Savings Are
completion of the State Assessment Test. Back row: Temika Berry Yemeako Fountain.
Starke Elementary school students who received this Lakelsha Austin Renee demons Angela Griffis and
award are. pictured left to right: Kesha WUkes. HOT!!! at Noeael's Auto

Front r Heather Williams,Wendy Crews Chasity Syba Griffis Holly Gill. Rebecca Gann Charles Snell
Evans. Tonya Bates Kim Register Bridgette Booker and Craig Starling were absent for the picture.and AS
LOW AS $99.00
Stars Finish Third at Tournament MONTHLY PAYMENTS PRICES YOU CAN

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The Starke Stars slow pitch soft- Stars hit at a613; pace. The hitters The tars scored 46 runs and
ball team finished third among 11 were Jamey Carver 2-Z. Wayne allowed 39 in the five games. They '79 PLYMOUTH VOLARE '81 AMC CONCORD SW
teams in the 12th ASA Trophy Com- Patrick 1-1, Kirby Joe Hildebran 3-4, were 3-2 in the June 9-11 tournament,
pany 19-and-under Boys Friendly City Tim Lewis 3-4, Robert Carver 3-4. and are 22-8, a .773 pace for the 4 DR.,AT $
Tournament in Tilt County, GA, Billy Heavner 2-3. Randall Polk 1-21 season. $GOIgWE! 795 TRANSPORT ox 1295
June 911. Matt Whitehead 1-2, Billy Sanford
The Stars lost 104 to Dixie Oil of 1-2, Allen Wood 1-2. Next Action... $99mf.MO/WEEK!
Tifton in the opening game, dropping In their fourth game the Stars won The Stars are hosting their the
the team into the loser's bracket. 10-4 over the DoeRun Crush of 11th annual Youth Softball Associa- '78 AMC CONCORD '79 PONT. B LEAT.
Hitting for the Stars were Robert Moultrie, the fourth place finisher. tion Invitational Men's Church and
Starling 2-2 (2 hits for 2 bats), Bill The Stars were 13-26, a .500 pace at 19 and under boys ASA Softball .P8,Pa, 9 CTI. $ AT.,Flt: 5
the plate.Randall Polk was 2.2,Billy >N..WO/WEEK 995 8tm
Sandford 2-3,Jamey Crews 2-3.Matt Tournament Friday and Saturday 899/ MeA
Heavner, Allen Wood and Jamey
Whitehead 2-4 Kirby Joe Hildebran June 23-24, at the Edwards Road GAS SAVER
Carver 1-1 Robert Starling and Eric
1-2,and Jamey Carver 1-2.The Stars Complex in Starke.Tournament .
had 12 hits in 26 at-bats, a .462 Billy Nazworth Sanford 2-3,1-2.Matt Whitehead and little More Down Win Put You Into One Of These Vehicles .....

average. Totals...
The Stars came back to beat Royal HAS Awe I '78 PONT. SUNBIRD
Pharmacy of Tifton,who tied for 7th The Stars were eliminated by one ..-- 0 .... 84 DODGE COLT
in the tournament, 9-8 The Stars run, 10-9 one game away from play- ..._c_ a r . went 18-35. .514 pace. Robert Starl- ing for the championship by the Omul' h.ictaAlUfi 4 .. 0 .000 $109/DN..WO/WEEK $ 2695 ] 2 DR..GOLD6180DN.40WEEK AT,...PB $ 895
ing led with 4-4, Randall Polk 3-3, Dominoes (Kenny A's) of Johnson Nth.Nlld.hno N..vw.r 1 0 a 7 1s 7 ...071kJ. ., GOOD TRANSPORTATION
Billy Heavner 2-2. Billy Sanford 2-3. City, TN.The Dominoes lost 12-10 to n.0M 1 7 10 ..., MILEAGE MAKER
Eric Nazworth 2-3, Kirby Joe tournament champion Shoppers Chuck 00.111M 4 'a JIT
Hildebran 2-4, Chuck Mullins 1-2. Guide. 0..._ 0 Is ..000wry.k We Service What We Sell
of the Hitting for the Stars In the a 1 4 JM '81 TOYOTA TERCEL
Playing their third game a_..... 0 0 ta .rtoii
Stars beat the Lil Rebels of Dominoes game were: Randall Polk III"0..1..1 7 is .
day Tifton,the 12-7 Saturday night. The Lil 2-2, Eric Nazworth and Chuck __......... 7 ta ..74R.dp 4 cm. 2 DR. $ I Serving Starke and

Rebels had"beat us like a drum" In Mullins 1-1,Matt Whitehead 2-3.Tim and M.e whll.h..d w_ a I 7 0'I4 ..000_ "H99/DN.. 2 6 95 Surrounding Areas Since 1947
Lewis and Robert Starling 2-4.
a previous Georgia tournament W..4 I a 0 .NO $45WEEKA
points out Coach Jerry McGriff. The Jamey Crews and Allen Wood 1-2. ,_....., 3 PI IQ .III
Little More Down Will Put You Into One Of These Vehicles .....

I Junior Stars Finish 3rd of 11 TeamsThe I r '83 SUBARU GL SW 79 PLYMOUTH ARROW PK

4 DR.8 ..B BPD..AC ] 4CTL,
aged 16-and-under, Devon Jackson was 3-3 with a t nms loner luuiKvt the Jr. Stars lost 9-U mN $2695 TAN .2495
Jr. Stars
finished third among seven teams in and a triple, Kenny Carlton 2-3. to the Bandits who ended up losingto GOOD AYE I $2Q9JDN..$40/WEJ3C
Friendly Tour- Jamey Bowen 2-3 and 1 RBI Jeremy the Outlaws.The Jr.Stars had on- TRANSPORTATION 1D1111I1.E8
the 12th annual in Tifton GA City this past Crawford 2-3, Kevin Boone 2-4. Josh ly three hits: Andy Goodowns was _
weekend.nament Crawford 2-3 and 1 RBI, and Andy 2-2 and Kenny Carlton was 1-2. '82 CHEVY CAVALIER !'83 CHEVY MALIBU I
,Goodowns was 1-3 with 2 RBIs. The Jr.Stars batted.438 as a team
The Starke Junior Stars opened In their third game the Jr. Stars for the tournament. Jamey Bowen 4 OIL..4.Z DR. .,AT.,PS..PB.,AC $
with a 16-1 pounding of the Irwin lost 9-5 to the Outlaws from Tifton. was 7-11, a .636 average, Devon 82RDC84ww6FJ[ 2995 ji8Z / WM BLUE$4O/W X 2995
Merchant The Jr.Stars had 16 hits. The Stars had 12 hits. Jamey Bowen Jackson was 6-11, a .545 average
Jamey Bowen was 3-3 with 3 RBIs was 2-3 with 2 RBIs Devon Jacksonwas Kevin Boone was tH3t .462; Jason ,
Kevin Boone was 3-3 with 4 RBIs anda 2-3 with 1 RBi, Jason Pilcher Pilcher 5-11, .455; Andy Goodowns i
home run, Jason Pilcher was 2-3 2-3. The Stars had six hits and five and Josh Crawford were 4-9, .444; '83 DODGE RAMPAGE PK '83 CHEVY CHEVETTEtl
and 3 RBis Kenny Carlton was 2-2 runs in the first inning, "Then our Jeff Carver 3-7, .429, and Bradley
with 2 RBIs. bats went cold," said Coach Les Ball was 1-1 for 1.000; Charlie Brown 4CYL, 4CTL.AT.AC/ ..MO/WEZX>! $2695More
Starke beat the Bandits, national Boone.In 1-2, .500; Jeremy Crawford was 1-2, RED6300DN 2995 CLEAN
champions last year,M with 18 hits.: their fourth game from the .500., ,640/VEZX

I Mavericks Win in Dixie Boys., at 110The Down Win Put You Into One Of These Vehicles....

baseball league The coaching staff for the league Rangers are Jerry Brown, r arelon
Dixie ended Boys last Friday, June 9\; leading Mavericks are Wayne McClellan and Charles McLeod. a DR..VB,AT.PS,PB AC PH....re*MORE $'
season Starke Mavericks holding McLeod,Dewey McKinney and Ken Players are Kevin Brown, Josh $4ao/DW..MOWEEKNICE $2995 440O/DN..940/WEEK .895
with the lead with an Snow. McClellan Vinnie! Bye Bryan Scott, CAR UNDER 60,000 MILES
onto the league record. The team roster Includes Chris Steve McElroy, Brian Smith.DAvid
unbeaten season Snow,' Stephen McLeod Michael Fischer Jason Lewis,Shawn Aaron, .-

Mavericks finished with an McKinney Jason Welty, Sidney Wesley Lewis! and Chris McLeod. '' PONTIAC GRAND PRIX ''84 CHEVY MONTE: CARLO, .1 .
The 81
Dixie All Stars will begin
Jonathan The Boys
of the Starke Hall, Stephen Murphy,
11-0 record in 8-3. Ferguson Shaun Raven Ryan Reddish practice Monday, June 26 and the PS PB.*MORE ]
Rangers who are from tawtey: followat Adam Gaskins, and Justin District All Stars Tournament will 50DN.. 3495 EXTRA CLEAN CAR $4495
The Dolphins jocc
5-7 and the Brooker Bulldogs trail Jones. begin July 10, to be played EXTRA }
Coaches for the runners-up Gainesville.
with a winless 0-13 record.

I 'Two Teams Tied in Dixie. Majorsby NOEGEL'S AUTO 'SALES ;.

Starke and WE
Joe Cissy cmtty, Robbie Clayton Jon UIMI McNttUey. Tlmmy, Olive Marcus Mon.-FrI.
BCT Staff Writer Elder, C. K Fuqua Donald Hardy. .Patray Thomas Payne,Joe Sanford 8:30-5:30 Surrounding Areas Since 1947 ACCEPTs t
The Dixie Youth Major.baseballleague's Harry Hatcher, Stove Lewis Chad and Brian Sutton. '
final games were rained out. McLeod Rodney Padgett Jereml The Brooker Bulldogs locked the SSoo We Service What We: Sell!! TRADE-INS H
Tuesday, June e. Wexler and Jason Wilkl woa.' .third place In the league standings : }.
The Meta and the Dodgers hold on Coaches for the Dodgers are Randy with a H record and the Lawtey North/Starke. Florida 32091 Phone ((904)) 964-6461
to a tie for the league lead with iden- Joiner and Mike Plant and Astros were in last place at 09. Hwy 301
:tical S-3 won-loss records. players Include Damton Ames Brad Dixie Major League all stars will
The Mets are coached by Jim Barber,Robbie Bassett.Sean Davis./ .begin practice Saturday,July 1.The
Lewis and Dwight Elder. and the, Cory Coetzman Kevin Green Raul. District Tournament will begin Is

team roster 1DC1ude1 ur.n\ baler Jet, dy Joiner, ,Robert Matron t, Nick' Starke Saturday,July.IS. ,

Anthony Bright, Kyle Brown. !,


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Crack Raid. .

Starke Police "Crack Down"

On Illegal Drug DealersChief

Jimmy Epps conducted a paraphernalia with bond set at
sting operation last Friday night in $2,000; Calvin Hankerson, 31, of
the Reno area using undercover and Starke was charged with possessionof
uniform officers. The operation was a controlled substance,possession P ,: i 4 ,
directed at curbing the flow of cocaine of drug paraphernalia:! with bond set
in the Reno area of Starke. at $3,000; Clifford Eugene Harmon,
Using special radios and unmarked 29, was charged with possession of
cars as well as a camouflage drug paraphernalia,trafficking with e c' + i,
vehicle the police were able to make bond set at $3,000; James Handy aw
drug buys which lead to the arrestsin Larry,42,of Lake Butler was charged -
an area plagued with drug pro- with conspiracy to traffic in con- i r
blems. trolled substance (crack cocaine); T
Six suspects were arrested around Willie Norman Suggs,46,was charged r
10 p.m. as part of a continuing with possession of crack cocaine,
undercover operation resulting in 14 trafficking; in controlled substanceSee
counts of possession and sale of nar- PaP 13B r 4
cotics and paraphernalia. The ar- !1'f .- J1I1N
rests to be the
Friday night proved I
Friday Night .. N1I
largest crack cocaine bust duringthe Roundup.
past thirty days,they were madeat Starke city policemen captured*
THE Apts at 922 E. Brownlee, suspected crack cocaine dealer
from the woods and off the streets. Friday night when they raided
Ernest Mack Dell,40,was charged several location in the Reno area
with trafficking with bond set at of town.
$1,500 Benjamin Lemark Nichols,
27, of; Lawtey was charged with The suspects are shown In the ;
possession of a controlled substance picture above being escorted Into \
(crack cocaine), possession of drug the police station after the 1IJ'I'eeu.J .

Registration SFCC

For Registration Summer will begin B Term Monday, DON IT MAKE A

June 19,for Summer B Term classesat 900
the Andrews Center of Santa Fe
Community College.Registration .
will be held daily s
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 'with a o $2,000 MISTAKE !
special evening registration Tues-
day, June 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. i :
Students are urged to register ear- -
ly to insure that classes will not be Shop WellsChevyOlds
cancelled prematurely since faculty
staffing is difficult in the summer d. _
terms and the administration needsto
know that enough students have
signed up to justify a particularclass.
-., ta 1989 C-15OO Silverado
Betty Lou Drost, an academic ad-
visor from the SFCC Main Campus,
will be in Starke to assist students --- $14343O.OO
June 15, 16, 19 and 20. -- w. M.S.R.P
Featured this term are two art
courses taught by Michal Godey.Art 19OO.OO Reg. Savings
Appreciation will be offered in a C1500 Silverado Fleetside Short. Wheel Base. .
morning class starting at 8:30: and -- FRONT STABH17ER t\IR 1 074.00 Orian Wells Disc.
Beginning Palnting..wiU meet Tuesday AIR CONDltiONlHtf! ,?,_, .*.>--. HEAVY t'UTY' SMOCKS .
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Also featured in Summer
B Termis
Introduction to Business to be I.U1.ILJARLJllilIUG ZEV P225/75R15 ALS SID RAD W/L
taught by local businessman Chuck EXT B-E-L MIRRORS SI S1EEI Z02 OPERATING COHVtNlFNCE PACKAGE YOU $ 9 *
PAY 985
McKeown Tuesday and Thursday RALLY WHEELS 2Y1 SOLID PAINT
Other Summer B classes include HEAVY DUTY BAITER 78D G/iPIIET/ CUSTOM Ct'JTH BENCH
College Composition Public Speak
ing, First AidJ.IntrOduction to Computers
U. S. History since 1877 and
Intermediate Algebra.For 1989 Oldsmobile Calais
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Arrests in Bradford CountyThe


following arrests were madein Traffic Virginia Ruth Smelcer,44,was arrested DWLS, according to Sgt. Hayes. He Joe W. Langford, 38, was arrested cent, she was released after a $500
authorities+ Bradford County by local Scott Guy Kligman, 26, of June 5 for driving: under in- was released after a $215.25 surety June 9 for DWLS, according to surety bond was posted.
Hillsborough County was arrrestcd flurence (DUD, according to Lt. bond was posted. Patrolman Smith. Langford was
June 6 for driving while license Winston Barber. Smelcer s blood released after a $215.25 surety bond Robert Earl Terrell, 19, of Starkewas
Billy George Swmey, 31, of Starkewas suspended (DWLS), according to alcohol content was .31 percent. She Alonzo L. Purdom was arrested was posted arrested June 12 on a capias
arrested June 11 for resisting an Trooper D. C. Roberts. A warrant was released after a $500 surety June 9 for DUI, according to Lt, charging DWLS,according to Deputy -
officer without violence and spouse from Tampa charging worthless bond was posted. Barber. Purdom's blood alcohol con- Dogan Smith of Starke was arrested Rhoden. He was released after a
battery according to Deputy Barry check with bond set at$500 was placed tent was .24 percent He was released June 12 for DWLS, accordingto $120.25 cash bond was posted
King and Chief Deputy Pat Henry against Kligman. Alexander Rene Suarez, 23, of after a $1,000 surety bond was Trooper W. M. Abrams. He was
Deputies were called to a domestic Lutz was arrested June 10 for posted. released after a $215.25 cash bond Garrett Bernard Petteway, 27,
dispute where Swiney was arrested. James C. Wilkerson, 44, of DWLS, according to Patrolman tl was ported was arrested June 6 for DWLS,
During transport Swiney continuedto Alachua was arrested June 6 for D. Griffis. He was released after a George W Crain, 31, of Lawtey wilful-wanton reckless driving and
veil, curse and spit tobacco on the DWLS, according to Marshal Tommy $215.25 surety bond was posted. was arrested June 9 for DWLS, expired Virginia Rhoades of Lake Butler fleeing-eluding,according to Deputy
seat of the patrol car, said King. Raulerson. Wilkerson was tag, according to Sgt David was arrested June 12 for DUI,accor- Danny Thrift Bond was set at
Bond was set at $2,000, Swiney was released after a $215.25 surety bond Theodore Robert Desilota of Goodner. Crain was released after a ding to Trooper Roberts. Rhoades' $645.75, he was released on his own
June released 12Nicholas, on his own recognizance was posted. Bradenton was arrested June 10 for $465.25 surety bond was posted.! blood alcohol content was .22 r*>r- recognizance.

Rodriquez Salazar. 32,
was arrested June 8 for criminal
mischief grand theft, according to
Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Bond was
set at$6,000 Salazar was released to
Ilillsborough County.

Morris Dean Sparks 38, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 10 for m
possession of controlled substanceand
medicine fraud, according to 1'lIi
Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Sparkswas
arrested at Winn Dixie after he iET
purchased a drug by presenting a
prescription that was forged said :>>
Feltner Bond was set at $3,000, he JI
was recognizance.released on his own

Damon Jefferson Whitaker was
arrested June 9 for possession of GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO
Gordon Smith. During a routine traf- STARKE FEED THE HUNGRY.

fic stop a search of the vehicle 470 WEST MADISON TREIT WMn!you buy.......,....|W>l ask your e,""M''or lo
revealed a small bag of marijuana. 'riww up"your grac.ni I.UI'to in.Mil do"... TM
lurxU eoltocwd I mill" go la In.S.lvillon' Army lo
Whitaker was released after a $500 lr..n food fl.m.IOT nwdy ..m".... provld.
surety bond was posted.

Kary Fredrick Padgett 26, of
Starke was arrested June 11 for
retail theft,according to Sgt. Gerald Ily4r'
Hayes Padgett allegedly took a can '' 1' We're To
of motor oil from the JR Store. He Working
was released after a $250 cash bond y
f>.as posted.

Join J Public The ParadeTo Library Give You The LowestTotal

1 here's a parade coming to town. '
li the 1989 Summer Reading Pro-
1,1 i i am at the Bradford County Public
I ihiaray, which begins Tuesday.
.I une 20. Food BilL
All children, ages three to twelve
ire invited to march along on an ex-
< wing red white and blue adventure. 'b
Some activities that will be enjoyed .d

include So, come songs march, stories along and to games.the beat V' No Minimum Purchase V' 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed


PARADE. For more information V' No Limits V' Clean Stores .
mall 964-6400 or stop in and pick up a
tree schedule of events.
V' Friendly Folks V' Quick Checkout
Tuesday. June 20, "Fourth ot
July" featuring Smokey the Bear.
Fireworks and Fun for ages 3-12
June 22, "Native ,
Thursday 1? !" -

I ting.\mericans', Indian Games featuring, etc.Sandpam-lor ages Dad deserves the best-; .
1 ',12. fa1her .it. .
Tuesday June 27, "Westward Ho"
icdtunngHats 3.5.Thursday. Bandanas, Vests forages Like the great taste of W-D Brand

June 29, "Westward U.S. Choice Beef for Father's Day!
llo' featuring Butter Churning,
story Quilt for ages 612. When you get people together for good fat so you get less waste and more beef.
The library encourages parents ot times and good foods, what you serve is So for everyday meals or special get-
children five years old and younger important. That's why the quality of togethers, you'll be proud to serve W-D
their children to the
to. accompany WINN-DIXIE'S W-D Brand Beef is Brand Beef. Bringing you the best in
programs important. It's always U.S. Choice and beef is our tradition we'd never
Focus on FutureTake it's closer trimmed of excess bone and settle for less.

the first step into the future:
a Free Class Focus on the Future: EL1
Displaced Homemaker Program at
Santa Fe Community College has a AY
new class starting on July 5. The EVEAy tBUMBIEBEEt EVERYDAY pY
class and other services are free of LpW PRICE Yg PRICE EVETIY
t charge, but pre-registration is reqUired $4KJOAN LpwPatcE
by Monday, July 3. --
The purpose of the class is to offer S
help to homemakers 35 years of age i
i\lr older who have lost the support of I
h their family through separation, FAMILY PACK INCLUDES 1 1 1 6atoragt
divorce, or the death or disability of SLAB OF RIBS, LB, COLE _
their and who are planningto /\ SLAW. LB POTATO SALAD, '
re-enter the job market after FEEDS 4 SAVE $1.17
years of working at home. Planninga
new life direction and support SPARERIBThoER
from others are basic parts of the .
class. I 'S.EA
To register or for more Informa-
tion, call 395.5047.Servicemen..


Sgt. Peter Henry

Army Sgt. Peter C. of JUMBO CAKE
Brooker, has arrived for duty at Ft. l. 1 ;J '." LIGHT DEEP SOUTH HOT,
Stewart, Ga. i ... / BUSCH REGULAR, SMOKY or
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Henry Is a cannon crewman with 9 MESQUITE
the 14th Field Artillery. $14 Q i BEER BARBECUE [I DIXIE HOME
He is a 1978 graduate of Bradford -r

Pvt. Chad Thornton BAKED or CANS 5 76ft 1

Completes NG Basic HONEYCURED 18-01. 100CT.BOX .,
Army National Guard Private HAM!
Chad L. Thornton, son of Larry L. CARLO $R99 KELLOGGS $A60 TIDE LIQUID

Thornton and stepson of Nancy M. 2 9 ) . . Vff\ FRUIT LOOPS %.ff G DETERGENT 2__ 9542ROSS
Thornton of Starke, has completedbasic $2
training at Ft., Dix, N.J. HALF MARKETPLACE
the training, students LB. 8-oz. BAG IL! 10 W 40, 8AE 40 or
receive instruction in drill and 10 W 30 PHARMACY
ceremonies, weapons, map reading, TURKEY jKEEBLEA
tactics, military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army history $979 OIL rfJ3NP1"OU
and traditions.He SANDWICH u PRETZELS ItA
Is a 1988 graduate of Bradford I CITRUS CALIFORNIA lOOctTPKO. 589
High School. MEDLEY .$019 75 Y INSULIN .

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Students Include auwsoAy4dJa6 KHHS Over 10,000 Everyday Low !

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June 15, l'J89 TKI.Et.HAlMl.TIMKS&MOMTOH-HSKrriON: : ; Page| 38

Three Area Students

All-State... Selected for AllStateBy

c ,; There member of the Bradford Joe Gl..y Ursel Thornton of CR-2211, and Don-
: 1 lUgh School Junior Clam were cliotento
BCT Staff Writer nie is the son of Charles und
,. represent the are at Boy's and Two boys and one girl I from the Charlene Francis of Starke.
;; Clrl't State program b TallahaMee .,E Junior class at Bradford High School The Florida Boys State program is
this Summer. t have been selected to attend the sponsored by the American Legion,
At left Donnie Fruidi and Steven Boys State and Girls Mate programs Department of Florida, and is
Thornton.At right Beth McKinney. in Tallahassee again this year scheduled for June 25th through July
Beth McKinney, daughter ol 1.
Dewey and Vickie McKinney ol Local students are sponsored{ by
Starke, will attend the Girls State Post 56, American Legion, iind the
session, and Steven Thornton and Post Auxiliary, Unit SB The Girls
Donnie Francis have been selected State program will run from June
..ei by Post 56, American Legion lor the 18th through the 24th
Boys State program. The students attending the pro-
Steven is the son 01 Donald and grams will be housed in dormitorieson
the campus of Florida State
University but will spend much of
their time at the State Capitol com-
plex in Tallahassee.
This year will mark the 46th session -
Florida Boys State. This pro-
gram is solely supported by and
,r-. owned by the Florida American
-- ---
r Legion Post 56, Starke has participated -
) in the program Iron its
r earliest beginning in Florida in 1440
Nationally Boys Suite was. founded
in inn:
In Tallahassee, the Boys Staters
and Girls Staters will be divided into
political parties and will be assigned
to cities and counties.
A mock government III be
established by elections. A governor -
cabinet house, senate and city
and county ol hi id Is will be elected
VOUNG-N- W D BRAND and the "51st state' will t be created
For seven clays the citi/ens ot the
FRYING TENDER U.S. CHOICE SELECT LEAN WHOLE or new State will carry out the lime
tions ol the laws
GRADE A FULL CUT RIB HALF SLICED FREE and procedures. ot the sUite ol
"'IOJ'da, as a gUide.
WHOLE ROUND OUAN TV PORK Bills. will he mil mine'fd and
RESE., tS debated in the chambers ol the
af.T_, house und senate and hio "sl.ders"will
be chosen to attend Bossa: ; -

JUNE 15-21, 989 V.l' later in the summer.Gopher .

Focus of Turtles LawThe

slog Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission has launched -
530 a campaign to draw attention to a
1988 law that makes It Illegal to kill,
capture, hunt or possess gopher tortoises -
Officials have found that
many Floridians still are unaware of

LB. = LB. BONE-IN LB. the law.
Under current laws, the only con-
dition under which tortoises may be
possessed is by special written per-
LEGQUARTERS 48C CHOPPED SIRLOIN sin PORK LOINS $147 mission's executive director.
. La L. . LI

During the 1920s, tortoises were
the sole source of meat for many
called "Hoover chickens," a
SLICEDBACON STEAK . u. $39"7 CUBED WITH "rw.O reference to economic hard times
.... BRAND u '; ; sUF +. : 'f N.aw .y t Y. .v W during the administration of.President ,.. .....
LLL.iyiaiQ m Herbert Hoover
: $497c .)

STEAKS . LaTBONE STE1AKS8 7't\ a arl et Existing regulations prohibit
Y SELECT LEAN THIN SLICED pouring any potentially toxic
PORKSCALLAPONI BankVTCommunity substance, such as gasoline or
LB. $397 LB kerosene, down tortoise burrows.
. LI This practice is almost always fatalto
MARKET STYLE w-D SPECIAL TRIMMED PORK State the tortoise and animals which
9ge $297
share its burrow.
WOO REGULAR Bank Gopher tortoise with the
FARMSTEAD BONELESS $287 r = FRANKS or 9ge Member FDIC slogan"Hands Off posters have been plac-

FRESH HAMS , u BOLOGNALEAN . Silt ed in public places across the state
FARMSTEAD BONELESS. C including courthouses, grocery

FRESH HAM $O97 97 MARKET $127 FULL SERVICE BANK stores educate and the public shopping of the centers change to in

STEAKS . . u. LB. GROUND TURKEY u. the laws.

na HARVESTFRESH Anyone who observes,or knows of,
persons killing, hunting or possess-
I PRICE ing gopher tortoises, or wiolating
!' LOW PRICE ; : LOW any other wildlife law, is urged to
call i I the Florida Wildlife Alert
e PRODUCE Hotline at 1-800-342-8105. Callers
may remain anonymous and may
receive a reward for informationthat
leads to an arrest.
I. I I Nature makes the produce.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.

I Famous Play Set


\ "Cross and Sword", Florida's official
I f state play, will open Friday,
June 16, at the St. Augustine Am-
i iI HOHEYDC phitheatre located on Anastasia
.. Island on A1A South.

EA. This marks the 25th season of the
r play which was started in 1965 by city -
county officials and residentsof
NEW CROP Augustine.
!I<" N
+l LOW.PRICIS LEMONADE, FRUIT PUNCH,ORAPEADE or CITRUS Special events are planned for
1 IVIRYDAY M POTATOES opening night including, pre-show
MINUTE ALL FUYORI ., music played live by the Early
THRIFTY:: 3RR.ELGULAA. MAID PUNCH '2 $159 BREYERS Nw$338' 5 $ Music Consort a firing demonstration -
& 8
or ICE CREAM : 1 by the Men of Menendez and an
APPLESAUCE MILD CHEDDAR MILD COLBY,MUENSTER or appearance by the royal family of
( LB.
St. Augustine.
I SUPERBRAND $119 FISH STICKS 9ge BAG visitors of "Cross and Sword" will

STICK CHEESE. .. tS I & FILLETS . stz be the newly opened memorabilia .
PI room, with picture, programs and
I 1129 SUPERBRAND HOC ASTOR FROZEN other special articles from the 1965

: COTTAGE CHEESE '&: UO ORANGE JUICE GYi 99e HARV.lcI.ESHPlAIN to current seasons.

or IODIZED \ The play will run nightly, except
ASTOR MARGARINE O $109 SARA LEE $159 Sunday, June 18 through August 26,

TABLE SALT . "t5c QUARTERS % ,IS LAYER CAKES & IFTSHEl \ 88C with the. performances beginning- at
8:30: p m. .

III i! An overheated car can put a
".:, ,, I I FRESH SEA F O 0 D ).. PURCHASES FREE. damper on your summer vacation
': HCAOLUt! LAROI rnus MAVPORT KIWI O $100 If you car's temperature warning'
) ..
; ViimE "< IGROUPERFILLETS FRUIT .V FM light flashes or the heat gauge
a .climb Into the hot one,follow these

'.: rR..H t SHRIMP .f) HARVEST FRESH 1 Oc ,tips: from'the. National. Safety Council

, .,.,' (., SEAFOOD '""g LIMES . t'k1 -Turn off the air conditioner to
" : .. SALAD S599 f give your car's cooling system a
LB. La. WASHINGTON STATE58e! rest. Turn on the heater which will
$199 drain dome of the heat away from
LI .
your engine.If
$3 $599 your car remains overheated,
FILLETS LI SCALLOPS. u pull out of traffic to a safe parking
place. Put the ,tranmlflon Into
neutral and race the engine Jar a ,
minute or two.This will increase the 3
Winn-Dixie. fan peed and 'move more air .
0 Shopping 'through the engine compartment. :
-If the car I* till hot turn off the I
Ignition, raise the hood and wait for
the engine to cool off. !

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One of the Newest Wreckers. ,
Army's .. r t .
SSg !Merren Lizenbee of lleilbron Springs operates the boom of an Keystone Heights.
I\1I-H4A1! llemett wrecker: from a remote control system. The wrecker is Sgt. Sam McCutchen on top of the truck next to the wrecker boom. Womens Roper
one of the newest Army vehicles and this one Is assigned to the 6:)1stMaintenace The new wrecker Is made with driver comfort in mind, and will cruiseup
Unit in Starke according to CW4 William T. Smith of to 75 mph said CW4 Smith. ;,f Boots $45.OO

I i t 1OO pair in

W-eigh-In. ir' Stock

Bradford's National Guard Unit

Ready for Any EmergencyIf ..LEFT ROTISSIRIE RIGHT AND BURNER' $99 Big George Has FencePost


you saw army vehicles runningup There are nine parts vans which 25
and down US-301 Saturday, it was equipped for the field, including a FISH COOKERS From
probably Starke's 631st battery storaged cooler van. eachIf
Maintenance Unit of the Florida Na- The practice mobilization is a INCLUDES BASKET _
LID A REGULATOR 5 8 you are the 72nd customer buylng'posta
tional Guard on a practice mobiliza necessary because the army has to ;
tion.The know how much each piece if equip- week. George will Install them for you free.
unit is currently has 251 ment weighs, how many space it occupies -
members with an authorized and its length, width, and SMOKERSCOMBINATION ,
strength of 257, according to Capt. height. GRILL ; ,, "
Richard Rising, commanding of- Members of the 631st spent Friday AND SMOKER. 3 LAYER 9 ;.Jr"" (.'!... '
ficer of the 631st. In the opinion of night until about 11 p.m. and Satur SMOKING '
Capt. Rising, some of the govern- day morning loading parts onto the ?U/nr 1'j u,llwnye$et SNN tt/{ >gift* _
ment's military budget is well spenton truck and vans. Saturday afternoonthe '
part-time soldiers such as thoseof loaded vehicles were driven to
the 631st. These part-time soldiers the Gold Kist Store on US-301 at the w u.u (nerd J .[!:1'131" ;g'
train on the weekend and would require county fairgrounds and weights.
very little additional trainingif Capt. Rising expressed gratitudeto 4 ; a I
called up to report to active duty. Gold Kist Manager John Smith for I
The 631st supplies parts to some staying after hours to weigh the
two-thirds of Florida's National vehicles. 2226 N. Temple 964.7871
Guard units, anything from a car-
bureator for a jeep or parts for a
howitizer.Another maintenance unit
based in Tampa supplies infantry
units. !::1iI:1. 0
The 631st has 172 pieces of equip-
ment, including a Dash 3 computer
van equipped for the field but like an r
office it is lined inside with com
puters which contain the inventory p O
, of all parts. There is also a key f/ ,
I punch van and an expandable office



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.Glen Leggett.Starke lets,and
Sp4 Edward dimming. Lawtey 9 LIGHTS _
hand down a heavy metal pole to
PFC Steve Cummings, bottom as I
the 631st loads up for Its weekend
I mobilization practice.

ASVAB Testing Now

Offered at VoTechAn

additional service for the people
of our community will be offered
this summer. The ASVAB test will
be administered at the Vocational
Center free of charge for interested
Any GED Junior or senior high
school student or any other interested -
citizen may take the test
will be Tuesday.June 20 -
which given
from :30-9:30: Vocational-Technical 1371 South Walput St.STOnfc I$ e MOtM POUCVto'HOMMT. *Our.InMWontohawwnryadvwIlMdlMmlnMock xto
Good June
Union Area Sale any untopataan raaaofl.an atfvartlaad Mam to not vaMabtato
Center free of charge. D..rfoot 9i11atg. Shopping C ID t.- '- : ...<.pixelM.WM-Man u M vM aurckaaxi' Mu.at Ran Ho ClMo Mia*prtoa on nnmal.wtwnaoaravaHabW. tornwrahandlM
;; .OURS.: Open Mon.-Sat. 9-9: .or..*)aM you I aMMar Mm at a orraaiaMa Mutton
Inprlc* w ma>wiMrtaMlliMquanittaa.UMlatloM main fZ]
cam W64-6800 to make your reser Starke. Florida Sunday 1O-6 Mm Manlca.

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St. George's Home for Domestic Crisis Victims Fills a Need


By Mark Ffledlln a newly opened Home for Bat- Rev.John Wilson of St. George's The main thing Is to help people native who founded his church have received excellent support
BCT Staff WriterA tered Mothers In Starke. Mission which purchased the who are In trouble and we here In Bradford County 18 from many of them."Rev.Wilson
glaring gap In social services' The old house on Waters StreetIn residence two weeks ago. says don't care which religion or denomination years ago. "We offer a shelter for said as the activities swirled
In Bradford County and the sur- Starke was built In the 1930's it's a labor of love which fills an they belong to."said battered mothers and their around him. Mothers were
rounding areas Is being filled by and needs plenty of work but important need. Wilson an energetic Chicago children who are Involved In preparing lunch In the big
domestic troubles and we also kitchen and younger children
r .. .
want to begin helping the found they had plplenty( of spaceto
.. younger kids who may be In play. "We need help from the
trouble with This house
community to make this project
was a the answer to a for
work. We
want to put the word
and the social services
h. out that we are here and are
ple at IIRS. who have had to available
help in domestic
send to Gainesville
women or
crisis situations and
Jacksonville instead of workingwith
teenagers who have prob-
them In their own community. lems.
I think it will be a
Rev. Wilson said he received
"outstanding support" from If any readers want to contribute -
Starke's Community Bank representatives the new center still
,, when he found the needs beds furniture clothingand
x house and finalized the funds.
transaction two weeks Rev.
ago. The
mission has received help
Wilson and members of his
from other area churches as
church moved In
right away they realize that the mission
4r n repairing painting and makingthe fills a need in social services
d cavernous old house Into
a which
was not available locally.
livable homestead after years of Rev.Wilson said.
At.' desertion.The "HRS officiate
have called this
m house came with a sepa- facility an 'answer to a dream',"
i rate 'bungalow' type dwelling In Rev. Wilson said. "Clients who
the rear of the property which. had been sent to Gainesville or
Wilson happily discovered was
Ocala can now be kept in the
In relatively good repair and
community were they feel at
40 l tb4+9612ay able to house up to two com- home and most comfortable.
; NOP'' JOllll MILS plete families at one time. That's
-- 'lia. r.. ..I Important"To
"We with
are working area reach the Mission call Rev.
churches in this project and Wilson at 964-9612.

I Rev.John Wilson........In front of ttl*church's newert aqutiltlon a 1930'. Wlkoo and his itaf have converted the old home Into a cervlce which!.
vintage mansion In Starke which he and his parlahlonen have converted Into filling a gap In(oclal tervlce*here In Bradford County and the surroundinga IIwy100East.Starke Licensed&Insured 964-7684
shelter for battered mothers who have no place to go. areas.
Pool Enclosures
Screen Enclosures
Wifmirtci 1 .Custom Minors
LAW OFFICE OF 5- ..Store Fronts
Pleaf glass
LANSING J. ROY o Replacement Window
Tennis o Shower Doors
310 S. Lawrence Blvd. a .Clsss Furniture Tops

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: s 1 Repairs
$10 per Hour OR Learn : t = { .Garden Windows
473-7256 With A Friend for$5 Each : .Sky Lights
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Yd. Green Sq. Yd. & Mini-Blinds

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next to ,Wal-Mart 131 N, Cherry Street Starke. Florida 1.', 1

Open 9 to 9 daily; 12 to 6.Sun.' '(904) 964-7423 'j

Open: Monday-Friday 9 am til 5 mJune

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Alderman Arrested HereWilliam

I R. "Bill" Alderman has man had not been applied to the
again been charged with grand mortage that he had placed on the
theft,according to State Attorney In- property .IM io release from
I vestigator Wiley Clark. the Florida Bank was issued.
Pursuant to an Investigation Parks also claims to have paid for
Alderman was arrested June 14 on a title insurance which was to be paidto
warrant with bond set at$10,000, he attorney Terry Brown who was to
was released on his own issue the Insurance to her. She has
I recognizance.A not received notice of the title in-
complaint from Mary Parks surance.
alleges she paid $8,100 to Aldermanfor Alderman, of Hampton is serv-
a piece of property in 1986-87 for ing probation from a August, 1988
I which she had obtained clear title. conviction for grand theft. He was
: Last month Parks received a sentenced at that time to four yearsin
foreclosure notice on that property the Department of Corrections.See .
from the Florida Bank.Parks learn-
!I ed the money she had paid AlderKW.'h..w Page 13B

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I i
r qfie Finest in Ladies5"ashions

Message from a Cowboy...
A Dallas Cowboy. profewlonal football player,that b. Cowboy. feiulve guard Newton. U related to SSES itudent Kim DeSue,.who proudly showed. hIm
Nate Newton. apeaka to a group of South/lde Elementary itudenta during a visit around the school a*be signed autographs and answered. quaestlons about life -i
to die area Juat before school: let out for the summer. In professional football, We selection
carry a full of $

your favorite Brand names ii

Worth NotingCelebrate i Leslie Petites gay, Missy & i

The 4th U. S. Census Su-El's Retirement Community Andrea Qayle Trophecy

At The LibraryThe Workers Needed ,1 Personal
Retirement Community Ratlramant Homo Co-ordinates
Fourth of in June? Of
July Anyone interested in working part A mall ratlrafnanlcommunity, ,
In thY amall I community wa "
It's the Red, White and Blue
course. time for the U. S. Census Bureau at Su-ECa.W. Y alto' have Su-EI'a RwlremantHoma. SaBinoJoan's
Summer Reading Program at the should meet at Room 108, Santa Fe hays ranlala or rooms tor act .A lloanMd group .
Bradford County Public Library. Community College Andrews can!independent aantora.II ,- home lor aankxa that n..d.I. i ij
Tuesday, June 20, will begin the ,la a quiet amlngwflhahomallk mlttanoa with aupervklon i.V
Center, Friday, June 16 at 1 p.m.
BOOM with a pop, bang and a Applicants will be given a two- *Mmwphtr At Wa glva paraonalliad care.
as Smokey the Bear joins su'Ers we offer houalng. 24 hr.auparvlalon.hot maala
everyone for birthday celebration to not hour they test qualify to determine for an Enumerator's whether or UI'I"' '..,maid and laundry. laundry......ca-day.weak, :fashions jj
beat the band. aarvloM with a 24 hr.margancy long term atay.Certified
designed The Summer to interest Library children Program in is Position Please which register pays by$6 telephone per hour. at optional.call ayilantMaala 1468-2619 I trained nurturing, atalt aliI.,first ak.CPR Starke Plaza 964-7651 ;?
964-5382 if plan to attend the
books and reading and is open to all meeting. you 1 mile South on S.R.325. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker Visa Mastercard Layaways WelcomeSTRICKLAND :

old.children ages three to twelve years ..- u_.'" __ ."'__.......J u_ ":OI""; .t"" "'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''"",....'"..."',..", ......_<'
Everyone will be marching
through the summer activities with
stories, games, music and fun, fun, says IT JUST
fun... Purple Gator
So, don't let the parade pass you TAKES A LITTLE SCRATCHTO
by,come to the public library for the
mer 1989 Great Reading American Program Parade, beginning Sum- Western WearHwy RIDE IN A SMOOTH VEHICLEWith

June 20. March on in for more infor-
mation and/or a free schedule of I 301 South Starke 964-4809
events, or call 964-6400. I Any New or Used Car Purchased, We
It'll be something to toot horn I
about. your Father's Day Will Donate $50.00 to Your Favorite Charityor

Smith Church Organization.
Scholarship Special....
Winners AnnouncedA
common name Smith, is the Men's Shirts 25 '
, 89 .D KOT
name of two of the four recipients of ,
j a scholarship by the same name. .. J/j1 ,,' W2i'; ',,0'1"!(! .u.
The Foster Shi and Mary Ann Leather Belts 2O Off 'S .n 'J"'t." '1i" II-j'' ; Steering- Was $98 6'i"'J"

Smith met Scholarship recently to select Revew the Committee 1989-90 Western Boots 10% Off $9,79d; Power"--"' Steering- $ 79/Month Now $8,099*
scholarship recipients. The winners
will each receive $500 to apply Levi's f I
toward tbooks. the cost of tuition and tex- $19.99OPEN *

The students selected this year f :
were; Lynn Holtzendorf,Junior UF, Monday Saturday,
Major-Dietetics; Sean Smith,Junior 9 a.m. til 6
FSU,Major-Biology&Pre-Med;Sue r p.m.
Smith, Senior UF, Major-
Journalism; Maria Thomas, Junior
UF, Major-Elementary Education.The tit
Smith Scholarship Programwas Net Rebate+ Dealer Prep
established in 1984 by the familyof Ends June 17
Foster Shi and Mary Ann Smith.It .
provides $500 to assist students at Lay-A-ways Welcomerayapcyyyyyyys 89 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
the junior or senior level. 3$ 89 DODGE W-1OO

4X4. AT. PS. PB. V-8. AM/FM Cassette. 5 Speed Air PB PS AM/FM. ;;:'c:;.
Wheel Tire Package Was $19.135 Radio >--
Now $14,900*

David A. GiantFormer Iq b .

Assistant State Attorney with the 8th Judicial Circuit ...... .
ref tm
( -

Announces the opening of

private practice in High Springs $ 2990/Month Now $10,999*


Hours: D-35O Cab & BUY!!
For General Trial Practice Including: Monday through Friday Chassis SUPER

{ Criminal Defense DUI &: Traffic Tuesday 8:301S'50 Evening U18OOpjn.p.m. Cummins Turbo. Diesel. D-350 SWEPT LINE, PICKUP

Law Wills &: Probate Saturday by Appointment PH. PS, AM/FM Cassette 5.9 Cummins Turbo Diesel 1700 Ram.'400 Lb.Torque 275
Guardianships Business Matters Radio tiP One Only. 5 Speed, Air, Cassette and Spare Tires
Dissolution of Marriage Adoptions *

Collections Child Custody &: 1025-5 N. Main St. $16,999 S,5OO

Support Personal Injury &:
Wrongful Death 454-4310

'89 DODGE SP 9


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DownPayment m. 4&r Closing tMerD t ; Net Rebate
Now *
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Traffic Criminal Court FinalsThe

Steve Gibson pled guilty test battery; costs suspended. fined $163.75, court probation 60
following defendants days, 30 hours community work. Curtis Randall Brooks pled no con Gregory
appeared license Kevin O. Carter pled no contest days.
test DUI fined $437.50, license DUI; fined$1,750, suspendedten
before Judge George H. Carolyn L. McDade pled guilty ; with issu-
fined Alston charged
ten days in jail credit criminal mischief; $137.50, Joseph
six months 50 hours years
Pierce/June 6 in Bradford County violation of driver's license restrictions suspended work, attend DUI, school community Tri four days for time served, advancedDUI make restitution, 60 days Tri County. ing worthless check (four counts);
Traffic Criminal Court. show of license for
; Probation school, Tri County Probationtwo Probation. restitution made, ordered to pay
dismissal County one year.
Bernard ) $104
Garrett pier
Johathan Bresee contest Wardell Mitchell pled no Rosa Lee Crews pled no contest years.Gibson
pled no guilty charged with DWLS; guilty disorderly conduct; 60 days
reckless driving; ordered to pay $75 mobile home tag; provide valid tag DUI;; fined$1.225license suspendedfive dismissed. court probation, fined $163.75. Vivian Deloris Burch pled no con
court costs. $50 fine and be dismissed. years, ten days in Jail, credit for Marion Tyrone Lee changed his Paula A. McCleod pled no contest test petit theft; fined waived.
Ralph Leon Byrd pled no contest Beverly Ann Ogle pled no contest time served, attend DUI school, Trl plea for DWLS': found guilty, petit theft; 24 days in jail. Burch pled no contest resisting arrest
driving under influence (DUI; fined DWLS; dismissed. County Probation one year con- sentenced to 12 days in jail with Dean V. Singleton pled guilty without violence; fined $120.25,
$700, license suspended six mon- Ogle pled no contest exceeding secutive. fined credit for time served, fined $120.25. fwwiwwion rvf rinse nnrnnhprnnlin* Tri County Probation 60 days.
ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours posted speed; $120 court costs. Crews pled no contest DUI;
community work, Tri County super- Russell Thornton pled no contest $1,225, Tri County Probation one
30 days in jail MisdemeanorKerry
vision one year. DWLS fined$120.25.
; license
Byrd pled no contest careless driving Thornton pled no contest impropertag suspended ten years, attendadvance Harry Fisher pled no con- Want a Good Deal?
; dismissed. ; dismissed. DUI school. test petit theft; in jail with
Elizabeth Myers Cook pled guilty Cynthia Wade pled guilty DWLS; Crews pled no contest violation of credit for time
careless driving; $50 court costs. provide proof of valid license, costs probation; dismissed. Troy Montgomery McIntosh pledno Check the Classifieds
Johnny L. Flowers pled guilty no suspended.Issac Crews pled no contest careless contest battery; six months Tri
mobile home tag; $52 court costs. Warren pled guilty DWLS; driving; dismissed. County Probation, fined$295, violateno
James Goodwin, Jr. pled guilty provided valid license, dismissed. Crews an additional charge of DUI laws.
driving while license suspended Michael Mcintosh pled no contest dismissed. Betty Anne Williams pled no con-
(DWLS): Tri County Probation 60 DWLS; fined$146.50,ten days in jail.

EfithtdAfl I
I ObituariesHenry v


L. ChancyHenry Wilbert 'W.H.' Gunter of Waldo; one
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Prevatt of
L. Chancy, 94, of Camp Hollywood; one son,Tom Wasdin of -
Banding) died Saturday, June 3 at Melbourne; one sister, Mrs
his residence following an extended Evenlyn Brown of Trenton; six
illness. grandchildren and three great
Born Sept. 10, 1894 In Lake Byrd, grandchildren.Funeral :
Fl., Mr. Chancy moved to Camp services were held June A
Blanding seven years ago from 13 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner J
Wacissa, Fl near Monticello. lIe attended Funeral Home in Starke with Rev. t
First Baptist Church of Ivan Clement officiating. Burial was:
Starke and was a retired farmer. in Santa Fe Cemetery with Archie
Survivors include two daughters Tanner Funeral Home in Starke in _
Ann Greene of Camp Blanding andMrs. charge of arrangements. 7 0 0
William Lambert of Wakulla;
one son, T.H. 'Buck' Chancy of Card of ThanksThe
Wacissa one brother Raymond
Chancy ;of Plant City; lour sisters, family of Doug Raley would
Mary Chancy,Melissa Jones, Fettie like to express their thanks to all the Will Be Closed
friends who through their thoughts,,
of Plant
& Jamie Chancy, all City;
prayers and deeds, helped us in our
and twelve grandchildren. time of grief. Also, we would like tc
Graveside funeral services were a special thanks to the For VacationThe
held Tuesday, June 6 in Wacissa express ladies of Baptist Church for the -
Hope Get the Relief Pitcher for 49
Cemetery with Rev. Ben Bryant wonderful dinner they prepared and only
ficiating. Beggs Funeral Home in to Archie Tanner Funeral Home for Then bring it back Week of June 19June24We
Wacissa was in charge of services burden.
helping us with our
there; Jones Funeral Home was in The Doug Raley Family; free Pepsi fill-ups all summer. Will Reopen for BusinessAs
of local arrangements.
charge Pick up your half-gallon Relief Pitcher' for$2.49 with
Card of ThanksTo the purchase of a dinner-size Pizza Hut pizza.Then we'll n....... Usual Monday, June 26
those who express their sympathy throw in free Pepsi*fill-ups with every dinner-size a::
Willie L. Glover in so many beautiful and practical Little League carryout pizza purchase you make all summer long.AportionoftheproceedswillhelpsupportLittle ut' We A reciate Your PatronageEmerson's

Willie Glover,76,of Lake City died ways during our recent of America League of America. Malun'it great:*
bereavement, we extend our heart .. .... ,.._,.. .. ... .
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May 26.Born --- .n..e" -- -- -a w- -
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in Montgomery, Ala., he felt thanks. -......--..-......-.. .-.-.- M --
moved to Lake City 45 years ago. He Helen Beard and Barbara Wood:
former resident of Lake
was a
Butler for several years,working as Norbert F. Scates

a laborer. Norbert 'Bert' F. Scales, 62, of
Survivors include his mother, Lake Geneva, died suddenly June 1 1
Mrs. Lula Bell Lark of Tuskegee, at his home.
Ala.; one daughter, Mrs. Catherine Born in Singerly,Va., on Nov. 24,
Filer, and son-in-law Henry W. Filer 1926, Mr. Scates moved to Lake
of Lake Butler; one grandson, Geneva in 1976 from Montross, Va
Harold D. Youngb Jr., USN in Guan- He was a Catholic, a retired
tanamo ; step-grandson, manager for Holiday Inn Motel I
Anthony J. Filer of Lake Butler; .Restaurant, a Navy Veteran 01
step-brother William'C.:' Sharp of WWII:, and attended Warsaw Higl
Detroit; three sisterln-liws; Mrs. School ln.WarsawVa. O
r Nancy Glover of Montgomdry/Mlsrf>' M survivors include his wife, Kath:;) t
Pinkeya Webster and Mrs. Pearlie E. Scates; three daughters, ArlenE ap I IH IS
Mae Webster of Lake Butler; Raulerson of Sanderson, Fl., BonniE cpTL1GHT _
brother-in-law, George Webster of Aberly of Glen St. Mary, and Stace:;) C/14 _
Lake Butler; and many other I. Sage of LaPlata, Md.on; < H- I o
relatives, along with a dear friend, brother, Jiles M. Scates of Dunn ,
Mrs. Lotta Powell of Lake City. sville, Va.; two sisters, Kit; Kool's
Smallwood of Montross, Va., am Quiet >
Mrs. Estelle GunterMrs. Perky Jones of California, Md.; am rugged< reliable high performance room air

Estelle Jewell Gunter, 84, of seven grandchildren. held June: 0 conditioners offer many outstanding features at
Funeral services were
Waldo Alachua, died General Saturday Hospital, June followinga 10 at in Buddy DeWitt C. Friedlin C. Jones officiating.Chapel with Interment Rev 0 0 affordable SAWYER prices during this big event!

brief illness. was in Ochwilla Cemetery 0 V
in Graham,
moved Born to Waldo when she was about there the south direction of Melrose of on Jones Hwy. 21 Funera, unde MODEL 18CM42 with all of these features: 17,600V

10 years old and has homemaker resided and Home.In BTU/HR 7.5 EER 2-Speed Fan-Easy-Clean
since. She was a of flowers, donations ma:'I
member of the First Baptist Churchof be made to Arthritis Foundation, 31 4I. 0 d Slide-Out Washable Filters Mounts flush with

Survivors Waldo. include her husband, Palmetto St., Jacksonville, Fl 32204 I. i Ul window sill Do-It-Yourself Instant

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I -.-' Cecelia Terwlllegar

LAND FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIESOWN SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone, Downtown
16 FT. TRI-HUU BOAT 50 hp Evlnrude WE BUY Spanish moss turk.y oak cuttings
I YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Starke. Reduced to 49900.
100 ACRES six room house and born.Owner with depth finder and new bittery. STORE: Choose from: Jean/sport- cypress knees. For Info call ((904)) ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY! 3 BR, 1 ba. concrete block window treatments,
will finance. $2000Acre.Phone 96 964.7771 or 964-4537. 10/20TF If I117 FT.STUMPKNOCKER c.nt.rcon. nity large/ sizes, petite, with rotary booster wood floors, n.w Andersen window, carpet rose
sole, M.rc Thruster plus trolling
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER In city no trim/lilt. dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or garden larg. patio area complete with brick BBQ grill maker, and lazy
mobile homes Zon.d for modular Call motor.9645289.60 hp Mercury Tak. over pow.r accessories store. Add color analysis. R.V.i. CAMPERS, Susan tabl., hothouse, tool tried separate pumphouse, total electric
homes 5000. Call 96 alter' 5 and weekends call 6/15 Chou., L... St. Michel., Forenza
p.m.; HOME. 4 BEDROOMS 3'/ BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
9645251 3/16TFrw Bugle Boy Levi Camp B.v.rly Hills,
fan/hood den laundryroom
LR, DR, kltch.n w/ refrlg range/oven dishwasher ;
2000 17 MINI MOTORHOME 23 ft. Win-
Grown Lucia
office, enclosed ((2 ), utility shop spaciousback
and CHSA cars
an carport
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-IS7I others. Or $13.99 one price designer nebago w/Dodg. chassis, loaded
AND I LOTS OF LAND In every direction OUT OF AREA muiti-tl.r pricing discount or family gr.at shape. 435-1746. 2tchg 6/15-22 yard with security lights. Only 71000.
from Starke. From SI,000/acre with EZ shoe store. Retail prices unbelievablefor tS DODGE MOTORHOME: fully self- BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE! 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated
terms OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded top quality shoes normally priced contained. 9.000 mil... 17900. Jimmy 3BR. 1'/,BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR IBA MM beach dock. $190,000
SPRING SALE 3BR. 2 boon 4 acres. Close lots river access, $5450 Each. Nomoney from $19 to $60. Ov.r 250 brands, 2600 Strickland 9649000. Itchg 6/IS I RAIFORD- LOVELY HOME SITE 2 BR, 1 Ba from.home on 1.63 acres. Cleared
In. Reduced to 29500. down $65.41 monthly. Owner styles. $18.900 to 29900. Inventory S landscaped only $ 20.000
95% FINANCING available for packagedeal 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF training fixtures, airfare, grand openIng CLEAN. CLEAN 164 S.F.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA wood
on land, mobile home, well septic .tc. Can open 15 day. Mr. h.at.r, built-in stove, 25x15 patio, other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
and pole set up and r.ady to move Schneider ((407)) 3668606. Itpd 6/15 garden spot. Hwy. 16W. $ 80.000
Inl KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawr.nc. Blvd.. CB, 3 BR/1 Be, carpet cent heat window
RALPH BRYAN REALTY.'''-1171 ... air. stove, refrlg DW 2 celling fans,fenced bock yard nice lot $ 38,000
REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR, 1 Ba. from., fenced yard $ 16.000
I >MATHEWS REALTY HWY.301 SOUTH From..3 BR, 2 Ba, CH&A, 1539 s.f., 1.7 ocr... $ 45.000
PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. I'/i ba, brick CHSA 100x109 lot REDUCED to$ 39.000

Bradford 5 tiJ -= 964-4469 ffij:: N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75,000
PropertiesiY GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home 4 BR 3 full baths S two
f it 'A baths 100' on Lak.G.n.va. 2Vi ocr.with sprinkler system sunbathing
& Investments: Inc: 6' RCAITOa :. wnen selling real estate, why settle for telling the whole decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.

| town... when you can tell the whole world? ASSUMABLE MTG. L.t us show this to you today!
c16476z0"W ? BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors. 1185 s.f.,5 acres $ 60.000
I ( : MOBILE HOMES HOMES CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft.on water BR/1 Ba. $ 90.030
KEYSTONE: 1983 Fleetwood, niceCLASSIC BRICK BEAUTY Commut. I BROOKER 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ ...000
LISTINGS floor plan. 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA full Starke, Gainesville. Lake Hampton MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CHSA so near $ 40,000
BEAUTIFUL pasture with well-built FARMLAND home.$2.SOO/acre South of up Starke La 40 near acres Lake of well Alto.drained Owner I.ngth F/R patios, dbl. Oaks. 1987 Immaculate. S.. to ap HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
transferred and reach to sell.A motorhome/trovel trailer port, with preciate. t ;. Also 3 BR MH, I'/i ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.

TRULY BEAUTIFUL MANUFACTURED HOME located In Clay County. 11 ft. clearance, chain link fence. TWO BEDROOM 1 BA, nice lot, .....COMMERCIAL.....
In absolutely the best possible condition with pool priced below market .1987 CONCORD 3 BR, 2'/t ba has $13.000. NICE APARTMENT! COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. T.mpl. Ave. 8 furnished one
value. S43.90O. extra lot with wood frame house,city DELIGHTFUL STARTER HOME gr.dfutilities. BR fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
HOMES In fine brick
ONE OF STArU of Offered condition solid Cherry Street. cooling unit In each apartment. $147.000
ranch as In-ground pool family room. & plenty storage space.
below replacement value. Call for price. 1973 NEW MOON 12x60. with op.NICE t QUIET PLACE TO LIVE RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldg.,
$86.0OO: Antique brick ranch home with lots of space large lot In a fine prox. 10 acres, North of Lawtey Southgate, 3 BR, 2 ba brick. paved parking. Good business Opportunity $220.000
area or town. Good value. 105th Ave. HOMES t ACREAGE 301 NORTH approximately ISO'x approx.220' $125.000
Tl IE CHEAT AMERICAN FARM HOMESTEAD: 40 acres Improved pasture LAND THERESSA AREA! 1 Acr. 3 BR, 2 301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85.000
fenced fully equipped for raising livestock or horses. Authentic farm .
S.R. 100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels.Lawtey
house pole barn horse stalls equipment sheds complete with chicken Bath 1564 s.f. home, 55000. RENTAL ON CALL STREET! I
18 with 600 ft. Hwy.
coupe. Union Ctyi 135 acres. 2700 .q.ft. Call for Lot Listings
.A BRAND NEW BRICK HOME lust completed near the hospital with an 125 frontage. brick home. After Houri
affordable of S64.OOO which low
means monthly
-S 79.0OO price NEW HOME on one shady acre.2 1/2 baths garage payments.BrooklynLake Anna T.rwlll.gar Nelson . . . . . 473-7541

Bob Mathews, Realtor I Andy Jordan Associate Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .964-3160

family-$ area.STUNNINO room! garage, Crystal BRICK! Lake HOME area.2700 s.f.. double voodoo lot. fireplace. 441 W. Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson, Associate Debra Connaughton . . . . . . .964-2833

I .S 03.5OO MODERN OFFICE COMPLEX, over 1600 s.f., equipped with Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . 964-4223
I kitchen hub of Starke.
-9 45.000 ALMOST NEW OFFICE over 900 s.f. near shopping.S .
SANTA FE LAKE HOME for those select few who realty want ,

their dollar investment to grow fast! I } : S E LE S

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
If we don't have the property you want... we'll J'nd it!

I We don'tJust list.. We sell sell sell BY OWNER. insufanc* Collision Work 'Free Estimates
43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home in Fairbanks... $150.000
CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964613a
Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in

Hawthorne ............................................::.:,...,;$25:000) & Up' .
1 Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 MUeJ-aJo" Erqrttige :"'*..:;_,',Ir-:,' r ts. M n'1.,. r >1 c ...n'1" n ":n Q ."

,. ,
"RIVER ROAD PLANTATION"North In Alachua County n >< np yl -

Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 HERITAGE VILLAS
Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton
of Lawtey on County Road 125 1 1/2
Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000
Miles West of US 301 ONE-OF-A-KIND in MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup 607 Bradford Court in Starke

the Lawtey Area!I 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

This 200 rolling acres of beauty is being offered In For Sale or Lease. 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

2 1/2 to 20 acre parcels Some with St. Augustinelawn 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
Some with Fish Ponds Some with 4 Inch Building Lots in Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 Rental Information and applications are available at the

2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22,50O Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke
6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ..... .........................................$15.000 sw Equal
TERMS!! .Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6,500 Each Call 964-6216 T- Housing

3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000. Mon.-FrL 9-5:30: p.m. ,LJZLJ! Opportunity
New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease
; 4 Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000



Ronald E.,Newman Sr. ., ..

964-6881 Evenings Call 373-9560

Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates ? 964-4544

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4 Homes)!' Lots/ Acreage! Waterfront

I OUTLAW y Farms. Commercial

ji NORTH Of LAWTEY .3BR/2BA Brick Large Family Room CHSA. :W46 SF,2 |
Susan M. haulkner. GRI. CRB President: 9644532OjMl 'Garages, Large Family Room Porches, on 1.7 Ac:.... Nke Shad. Tr....
@ IB HWY 100 SOUTH .. 2BR/2BA CB.. large. living Roomy Stov., Refrl S '
Dishwasher 1 Acre.
REALTOR : Pool Storage Bldg., Larg. Lot w/Landscaplng. j
MONTAGE ON HWY. 16 -.3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed. DW, CHSA 20x30 .
ERA Faulkner Dicks n ;tucin C spry Workshop.; Fishpond Well ft Septic.; .
1F 1 Realty, Inc. ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA! DW Mobil.Home like New, CHSA Stove. Refrl S I .

F Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R.700 221 REALTOR! C Drapes Lovely Swimming Pool j frv/Prlvacy. Fence. Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo' j
Lafoyettd St.
Storage Bldg 12x12.Larg. landscaped LolJ ., .
'* ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porches All Around. Stove. j
Refrl Wood Burning Stove Pol. Bam 24x30,Tool Sh.t 8x9.W.II S Septic 1
*HWY. 16 WEST 4BR. 2Ba 145,000. .. -AprjiciiHi HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH-Commercial Residential.. 300-Foot Frontage. Two I IMobile
*ONLY 3 BUILDING lots left) .., I
Homes 4 Comm. Bldg., Well S Jeptlci- .
*5 ACRES. South 301, lust off Hwy. $10.000. 7"A Few JOur Many Listings, CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA CB S Frame. CHBA! .'5tov.i!Refrl.t 153 SF,Nice. j
*TWO' ACRES DW MH. 301 South, $21,500. *CHARMING 3/2 stucco on I acr..'CHaA. FP, DW, range r. r..extra inflation Corner Lot. ? J
**LAWTEYi 1 /. ACRES 4 BR. 2BA FP. 13x36 open shed. Lease/Purchase. energy efficient. Paved driveway, landscaping. See this_one I,$65,000 ON SAMPSON HIVE i 3BR/2V4BA.. 'Two-Story log Home. CHSA Stove .
3/4 ACRES off 2008. *REDUCEDI 3/1 frame In Starke. Now $19,500., Refrt* pl.twvalher,3000 SF.front S BocK Porches, 4iclps.sIGeag.,Well
'$40* .000M5' 3B" ZB<1' block' brick v.n..r on beautiful acr. Reduced to *CORNER 10 ACRES CR225 S 229. High S Dry. t Septic, large lot. ", '. '< .
.LAROI LOT IN CITYi 100x200 w/30x30 garage suitable to store motor home. ACRES Of ROOM TO ROAM-2BR>2BA CB.large Living S Dining Room, I
OFF*LAKE 225 LOT on 65th St: 3BR 2Ba stucco $31,000. and auto. 200 amp, many..... $20.000. family Room, Kitchen w/Br ;okfa.t Nook CHSA.! Garage, WeH S Septk. .
acre, 100' on water 28500. *CONVENIENT TO TOWN CB 3 BR. 1 ba, lots of extras, only 39700. ,',
t *CANAL LOT Santa Fe lake area. *COMMERCIAL) South US 301. 3 plus acres with metal bldg., a mobile home. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*GREEN ACRES AREA ovr I60 lf brick 'Ig. BR- 2>/l B; could b. converted to 40 dub. '
mak.3rd BR. ACRES h.avy timber close to country 'WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobil. Home Lot 100x200;_t:
*3IR. 1" MOBILE with LEASE PURCHASE $1500 down 250mo. Clean home HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy. 16W. City Water S sewage Owner Financing.
HOME addition extra lot. *COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Building lots city water S sewer. '. '
BLDO Oaks S/D Brookes
*4BR. 2Bo with 4
plus acres. .....
*WELL S SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH. POUR S-ACRI TRACTS Brooker. Owner "
MOBILE HOME LOT water S .._r.. ; *134 ACRES Paved rood frontage. 4 mil. to Starke. ," Financing..
.; *4IR. 2.. with 9 oc.... S3'.*00. g k1> ,.fa: *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick S cedar farm home, ./2'., n acres'. .. LAKE O1NEVA Large, Lot. 100 ft..on the Water. Financing.
PROPERTY across from Wlnn DU''.. M with l Owner -
building. *ON SOUTH US Mis 5 plus acres with home S barn. financing:
l *CRYSTAL LAKE. .outllul 'lake with COMMERCIAL Hwy 30).N. ,Two-Story CB Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs, 6400
large spacious Many extras. Prked *FOREST HEIGHTS Building lots on SR 16 West. Owner financed. tI
to sell. : .. SF. Owner Financing. J ,
*LAWTIY AREAS nice home CHSA. on I act. quiet and p oe.ful. .
ACRES Road. Wilt Divide.
SILL Frontage on Forsyth
Of'Conv.nllonal. 3 BR fenced ard. f *BUILDING LOT In Conerfy Estates, nke area.
10 AcresPecan Grove. Will Divide. Well S Septic. Owner Financing.
*HWY 230t
Building lot.
5500. finest .
*LAKE LIVING AT ITS 'UT.laautlful. high S dry lot. area's home. '
,., *LEASE OPTION 6 Acres Well Septic and Power Polei/ Has Cypress Pond.
on 5 BR out country. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 s.f.. CHSA. 5 acres, paved road extra nice.
*PRICI REDUCED on this :3BR.; 2Bu almost hew brick home. *BRICK IN STARKEi 3 BR. IM Ba. CHSA. 47000. ACRES f Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water S Sewage.
0 ACRES Hwy. 301 South..
*HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2M 1 acre lots of extras. See this
en on. .
'-- '"- f.' ACRES Frontage on New River.W.II S Septk.
*CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVIUIt Nice brkk home, over 2200 s.f.
*24 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved beautiful oaks
Call pasture
barns cross-fenced.water In all pastures, mobile. homes.

1 Trained. Staff Todag..964-5069 'Call V* About I .AFTER HOURS! i,
II After Hours Call These ReaJtor'Asioclat0sr' *LAKE LOTS *HOMES- 'ACREAGE Wayne Douglas.6--6591 BIIOrteiM.i4-444! ,


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NOW HIRING all shift, full part-time. YARD All June It 17. corner of 79 ft '80 VOLKSWAGON Rabbit good
SSS Food Store, Hwy 100. Lak. Butler, feten ..U lest It_. Five .Mocks for part, $150 both; Deluxe shower S TO 30 ACRES with large concrete GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
OFFICE SPACES 500 '". ". for r.nt on Fl. Itpd 6/19 west el ball fI...... Tools, fishing tub $175; Kimball Deluxe Organ with barns. Also, n.w doublewlde/ on 1 acre repair). Foreclosures. Repos. Tax
Hwy 301,. Stork.. Apply at Durronce FEDERAL STATI AND CIVIL SERVICE equipment, tent, lawn chain kitchen entertainment center, two keyboards, or larger In country. Call .496-3939 Delinquent !Properties. Now selling In
Pump 8 U.PP'Vl' 964.7061. 8/25TF JOBS, Now hiring your area. $13,990 appliance*. NO Clothing. ltpde/15 $300; wedding dr.... Ivory and pearl days 454-1595, evenings, tfn/chg. this area. Call (r.fundabl.)
FOR SALE OWNERS small mobile to $59,480. Immediate openings. Coll GARAGE SALE Saturday. June 17. 9 lace top one veil $150; fresh shrimp 1/19 1(319)733-6064.( ) ..t. G3054. For current
home pork on Griff loop (Rd. 100-A). 1-315-733-6O62. ext. F30I... Stpcl 6129RN a.m.-S p.m. NO ONE will b. served caught dally 473-0249 or 473-4618 or llstlngil 6/15 4tpd. 7/6
Four lot. with thr. mobile home and LPN. NA and WC small specialty before! No dealers, pleaie. Small to b..p.r no. 3909509. Itchg 6/15 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES'EARN BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
room for more. Rental Income $700 hospital seeks energetic and experienced larg. Items. JUNQUE and ANTIQUES. METAL TOOL BOX fits mid-size pick-up bedroom 3 bath In the country, Swim.
monthly Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or for full-time/part-time Woman' clothing .1.. 12 to 16. Some $35; concrete saw, 14 HP Kohl.r ming pool and satellite. large oaks
964..30 or '"."OS. 2/16TF baylor ft PRN position. Apply new. Keystone Club Estate (Golf engine, $150. 473-7989. Itchg 6/15 $2 PER ENVELOPE STUFFED S.nd a $119.500. Call 496-3939. days and
OFFICE FOR IIINTI Hwy 301. Rent Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler Club). Turn I.ft 1st street. Cortex, third FURNITURE FOR SALE 4732415. Itchg self-addretsed stamped .nv.lop. to .454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 2/2
n.gotlobl. Contact Ron D.nmork. Hospital P.O. Box 748. Lake Butler or house on I.ft (Wiles). Itpd 6/15 6/15 :PMA Box 1152 Smyrna Go. 30080.
964.5516.13TF call 4962323. 6/1TF 2 FAMILY YARD SAL 185 Garden St. 6/192tpd. 6/22

FOR LEASE OR RENTII acre with "building CLOTH CUTTER-EXPERIENCED! work Signs. Sat. Jun. 17 ((9-unttl). Kids HELP WANTEDHAIR
15..30. 2 milts' South on 301. Call shirt and pant 18 ft 12 doz.n high. cloth., sewing machine, toys. Itpd RETIREMENTMISTY
533-2407 or 9645030. 4tpd 5/25.6/15 Starting salary $6.50 p.r hour. Piecework 6/15 DRESSERS NEEDED Full time FOR RENT
COMMERCIAL RENTAL 3200 plus ft. to $10 p.r hour. Benefit program GARAGE SALE Saturday the 17th. 8 until at
storlcal Call Street business district Iq. after 90 days. Apply In person MAX-E IL 1115 S. Lawrence. Twin beds, furniture hair Designs by Joyce II at the n.w MEADOWS RETIREMENT HOME MINI STORAGE 5x5, $15; 5x10. $20.:

old dime store; will renovate for good CORP., Hwy 30-A. 481-4361. Stchg cloth., toys, other odds 8and. Keystone. 2720452.Village Squar.Stchg 6/8-23 E..p.rI.nc.dw.nt.d. Lovely country setting. ACLF 21hr.p.rsonolir.d 10x10, $30. p.r month plus S20
tenant. Call Bill 6/8.22 .. Itchg 6/15 care. Home cook.d Call
Green ((904)) 222-7500. deposit. 496-3939 or 4623068.
4tchg 6/1-22 SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS experienced FRIDAY B SATURDAY 9:30 till 9. meals. Family styled living. Excellent tfnchg. 12/22

RENT WITH OPTIONi 137-139 E. Call St.. or will train. Starting salary Bicycles, typewriters, adding LAND FOR SALE prices. Must see to appreciate. OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street.
corn.r of Thompson. 3500 s.f. first $3.5C)-.. per hr. Benefit program after machines, auto batteries 8 tires, much N.wb.rry 472-2820. 6/8 4tchg. 6/29 $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
floor 2 story stucco over brick. 90 days. Piece work. Earn to $6 per rrwr.. C-333. go 2 miles paved rood. MH LOTS Clay County. Some on paved
front and rear. Clyde W. Simpson'loading hour. Apply In person MAX Corp. White Sand. Lake. s.. signs. Itpd 5/16 road. Close In KH. $500 down $78 HELP WANTED NOTICE
19043566849. 4tchg 6/8.29 Hwy 30-A 4814361. 3tchg 6/8-22 month. 473-4373. 6tchg 5/18.6/22
FOR LEASEi Across from KOA/Wal-Mart. EXPERIENCED SET-UP ft DELIVERY mobile SERVICES MELROSE AREA By owners. 2 acres,
REDUCEDi 2000 sq.ft..-16001 1250 home man, must have chauffeur's wooded lake access. R.duc.d for WANTED-FART-TIME Life Insurance CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. tub-

.q.ft..-5430: 1000 .q.ft.-5290. '....U47 license. Experienced only need applyat SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled andodlust quick sale. ..473-7483 473-4739 Sales People.If have Increase been your licensed current within In milted to the Union County Times office
or eves 4733627. 61571MOTORCYCLES Doublewide Home C.nt.r of lawtey.No tension In your ham. Special .ve/ws.k.nds. 3tchg 6/1-13 you In writing and paid In advance
phon. calls. 5/25TF $14.93. Repair all brand. Work LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks, $14,900. the past two years, you are 11111qualified unless credit Is alr.ady established
RN. ft LPNs NEEDED at a superior rated guaranteed. 473.7862.5/4 nchg $500 down. $181 month. Phon. b..n by the stole. If you have with this office.
nursing home. Full time/port time and SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 4755675. 4tpd never licensed we will h.lp to g.t THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
qualified and train In sellingour
PRN. 12 hour shifts available. Competitive relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford 6/8-29 you you RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
salaries. If you enjoy working Septic Tanks. Starke. "' -8121. 9/4 10 ACRES 6 miles from Keystone. AskIng products. For furth.r Information CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
contact: Richard D.Vo. FinanciolManog.m.nt
1981 HONDA TWIN STAR CM-200 Ts n.w in a friendly caring atmosphere at a tfnchg $23,000 owner financing. 26<1.5713or THE TELEPHONE.
Syttems, Inc., Lake
tires ft battery, runs great. $400. rewarding job call "' .6220 and ask Oil MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine 264-4217. 2tchg 6/8-13 Butler 4961384. tfnchg. 5/25 Classified deadline Is MONDAY. 5
546-3199 leave message. Itchg 6/15 for D.O.N. 2tchg 6/15-22 and Rh.nd. 473-0042 or LAKE GENEVA CR214 Cypress St. Lots WANTED Assistant line supervisor. Pro P.M., prior to Thursday publication
RELIABLE LADY to sit with elderly disabled 473-ttt9.4tchgeVa- for sale. 4734436. Itpd 6/15 duction Good Minimum charge is 15 words for S3,50,
lady for Sunday Church services and CUSTOM AIRBRUSHING Signs shirts, SIX ACRES near Alachua covered with' apparel sewing. working then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Great benefits. Th. best
ETC. Coll 473-4099. lorg. oaks and pins Easy terms. $500
part of afternoon. May also be needed Itpd 6/15
HELP WANTEDNEED down, $180 a month $3000 acre.Call co-workers. Apply In person at lake
other times. If available. 964-6888. Itpd ANY AVERAGE LAWN MOWED $8. Coll p.r
A," 473-4099. Itpd 6/15 4732568. Itpd 6/15 Butler Apparel Company, 650 S.E. 2nd

? Sell Avon. For Information call JOIN THE CLEAN AIR TEAMI Looking for home. Also, home mad. crafts can be MOBILE HOMES LAKE BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY
WANTS YOU Ar. dedicated
Ramona, 7823068. 6/8-15 people Interested In demonstrating mode to ord.r. All occasion gift you a per SUNDECKS BUILT 10'xU',
RN POSITIONS 2 full-time positions n.w clean air' system. Full/part-time. baskets. Call Denlse, 473-1194. Itpd FOR SALE son with experience Interested In the sewing field $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps,
In ?
available. Med/Surg experience Call train. We ,
: paid holidays paid
preferred. Paid lime off program. Apply RN or LPN for 24 hour co.. In Lake GOOD OLD FASHIONED CLEANING vacation credit 5 p.m. 5/18 Stpd. 6/15
HUGHES MOBILE HOMES union profit shoring
to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Butler. If Home office real JETS
you can give 8-40 hours, mate preparation. attendance Incentive, medical and life
C.nt.r, SR 100 S 121, Lake Butler. please call ((904)) 964-8772 Upohn| Meticulous, reliable, prompt HONEST. STARKE Insurance. Apply In Lake ButlerApparel FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK
496-2323. 3/16TF Healthcare Services. 3tchg 6/15-29 Unbelievable full range of duties. "I person CLEARANCE SALE. May 25-June 25. 50
COOK NEEDEDi experienced, energetic. HOUSECLEANING WEEKLY 3 BR, 2 bath will glv. your property the same 2 BR/2 BA 24X44 DW All electric with 6/8 2tchg Company 6/15 650 S.E. 2nd Street. percent off all clothing (selected exceptions

Buddy's Lak.Front Restaurant. Graham Fl. Preferably Thursday or respect I want others to give' min." CH/A. Big bay windows ft 12X16 utility ATTENTION-HIRINGI Gov.rnm.nt jobs noted In store) J.w.lry,
468.2080.5/11TF Friday. References required. 4851174. 4730889Keystone only. 2tpd 6/15-22 shod on 5 acres, fenced S ready to your or.o. S17.840-S69.485. Call shoes, etc. 265 N.W. 7th Ave.-Loks
SALESPERSON NEEDED send resume to 2tchg 6/15.22 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING move In. $25,000 OBO with some 1(602)8388885( ) Ext. R9127. 6/15 3tpd. Butler. Hours: Tues.&Thurs. 10 a.m. to
P.O. Drawer 228, Lawley Fl. 32058. PART TIME MAINTENANCE B YARD HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call- owner financing. 4737619. 2tpd 6/15 6/29 3 p.m., Frl.-noon to 7 p.m., Sot. 9 a.m.

5/29TF WORK also helper In feeding dog.: loRue Leveling Service for all HUGHES MOBILE HOMES BE ON TV Many n..d.d for commer to 3 p.m. 6/1 4tchg. 6/22.
EASY WORK excellent pay. Assemble 485-1174. 2tchg 6/15-22 foundation repair STARKE cials. Now hiring all ag... For casting
products at home. Call for Information. CASHIER/CLERK NEEDED apply In per. ..73.7721.7/9TF Information call 1(615)779.7111( ) ), ext.
904.641-8003, a..'. 9579. 4tpd 5/25-6/15 620 S. Walnut
son. Pep-O St. Itchg T946. 6/15 2tpd. 6/22 MARTIN TAXI 4 SEWING MACHINE
LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT for small retirement 6/15 RENTALSCOMMERCIAL CARS-TRUCKS-VANS ATTENTION Earn money reading books I REPAIR SERVICE Courteous service

home. Non-drinker, old.r or $32,000/year Income potential. Details and reasonable rol... Home sewing
retired coup).. Call "468-2619 Su-EI's SUPER PARTY PLANi national SPACE available In 1987 TOYOTA long wheel base, many call 1(602)838-8885( ) Ext. 89127. 6/15 machines cl.an.d, oiled adn adjusted
Retirement Ho" 6/8TF fill! a companyIs Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. extras, $8000. Call 684-2770 after 5:30: 3tpd. 6/29 $10. All work guaranteed. 496-3651.
HOME WORK SPARE TIMEt Paint lovely seeking' to supervisory position ft. & 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility w.eknights.ltpd 6/15 A/C HELPER Full time Lake Butler area. 250 SW 2nd Avenue, Lake Butler 4tpd
forth. 89 No Investment
season. collecting no
miniature toys .arn $20 set. No experience In both location 473-3193 or 1980 HONDA 250 CC XR dirt bike. V.ry Full time benefits. Apply at Sawyer 6/8.29
necessary. Amazing recorded no delivering. Work out of 4737683. leave message. 9/4 tfnchg good condition. See to appreciate. Call Gas office In Starke, SR-301. 964.7701.
message reveals details. Call anytime, your home. 5.11 toys, home decor 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake.Fish 4734217. ttpd 6/15 Own transportation and valid driverslicence
1.900-456-4567 Ext. 5338 (only SI fashions ft Christmas with the No. 1 swim ski.. $290 w..k. 473-3856. 1983 HARLEY-DAVIDSON full dress; and mutt be 18 years of age or
minute.) 2tpd 68.15CONSTRUCTION company. Call Cheryl 1-904-2&6-4962. 8tpd 9/4-6/22 1973 El Dorado Convertible: 24 ft. Pontoon older, 6/IS 2tchg. 6/22
S7-S14/Hr./SUB 2tpd 6/15-22 ON LAKE GENEVA Only one left. Efficiency boat; 1983 club cab Ford pick-up
Hiring All Phases Now SECRETARY WANTED to answer phone studio apartment furnished with furnished camper, 473-4433. Itpd MOBILE HOMES 1 2 ACRE
N..d Several Train.... 355-5500 and take messages, typing and c laundry a dock facilities, utilities fur 6/15
JSH World $95 Fee Refundable work. Neat appearance, dependable. nished. $275 month $275 deposit. 1988 FORD RANGER XLT 4X4 for sale. FOR SALE TRACTS
2tpd 6/15-22 964-9612. Itpd 6/15 "'3-2919.51" tfnchgON Call 964-7869 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 6/15.22
I panion for elderly lady. Must have car. BR/lVi BA. kitchen equipped.' Not In atrall.r 1988 FORD FESTIVA speed. AM/FM STARKE FOR SALEBaufess
Flop coy All Shifts Op.n Now.,,,_-... -964-et49. 3tchg 6/15-29 pa*. $279 month $77S depOilT." rodlff.'MJM'iell.: 964-7699 or'475-2668 i w
FT 4 PT Trainees Also. 355-5500 DESK CLERK 1 yr. experience. Apply In 4732919. 9/4 tfnchg after 5:30: p.m. 2tchg 6/15.22 USED DOJBLEWIDES Thr. to choose
JSH World $95 F.. Refundable person at Best Western 1290 N. !."". ON LAKE GENEVA hou... Furnished ft from In stock. W. finance, 5 percent Htahuxm
2tpd 6/15-22 pl. Ave. Itchg 6/15 newly decorated. 2 BR/1 BA carpeted down. Call 755-5114. Circle B Mobile Includes Septic,
LADIES CHOICE FIGURE SALON help UNIT SECRETARY and Certified Nursing must .... laundry ft dock facilities. HOMES FOR SALE Homes, lake City, Fla. S/18 7tchg. 6/29
wonted-position exercise Instructor Assistant positions available. Experience $300 month $300 deposit. 4732919. CHILDREN Energy efficient 28'x70, 4 .Tank
floor work.r. Hours 3.9 p.m. Apply In required. Apply at Bradford 9/4 tfnchg BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 h. on bedrrom 3plvwaod floors

person. 180 S. Lawrence Blvd., Hospital. "' .6400. ext. 347. EOE. 9 SR-1'/s BA HOUSE on 929 Dove St. Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. mosonlt siding, shingle roof. S245 p.r qJJ 11..11 J4Il
Keystone. Itchg 615REHABILITATION 2tchg 6/15-22 Close to schools CH/A, many extras. Retiring owner must sell. Assumable month. Call 755-5115 Circle B Mobil.
THERAPIST LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT "50 month. 473-2899. Stchg 6/1.15 mortgag. $149,500. 14734375. 4tchg Homes, lake City, Flo. 5/187tchg. 6/29
Foren/Corr. SALARY RANGE: $716.49to l-Foren/Corr. We have an opening In CUTE 1 BR COTTAGE Holly Av. In 6/15-7/6 CHEAP 1989 14' wid., wood siding 2
$1181.49 Bi-weekly. MINIMUM month WATERFRONT PROPERTY 3 BR/2 BA bedroom 1 bath appliances Included.
the law library for someone with at town. $290 per or puchase.
QUALIFICATIONS: BA Degree In an least 2 of library experience/or 2 Owner will finance. Century 21, home with over 1500 sq. ft. Positionedon $6,995. delivered to your lot Call NOW HIRING
years bluff overlooking crystal clear sand Clrcl. B Mobile Homes Lake
allied health field behavioral or This work Showcase Properties. 473-4903. 4tchg
of supervising
rehabilitative science, vocational years 6/8-29 bottom lake. Fish swim or ski I Only City Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 $520 MONTHTO
Inmates doing legal research. Applicants $54,9001 Quality Realty of Gainesville. NO DOWN, PAYMENT if own
education sociology or other selective must b. willing to work Mon LAKE FRONT 1 BR cottage, patio you START
Inc. 372-8441 I tpd 6/15 own land, It won't cost a penny to buy a
fields. This Is a t.mporary positionfunded fishing, swimming near Keystone.
and Wednesday noon to
day. Tuesday
0-10 New local
beautiful n.w home. Fr. credit check Evenings p.m.
and conduct PreRelease 473-4186.2tc1sa 6/8-13
to coordinate 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8-4 Call 755-5115 Circle B appliance company has scv.'ralpositions
by phone
Lake Geneva house ft cottage
Interested VACATION
Orientation for inmates. NOTICECla..lfled
Th. law library Is geographically for full and
p.m. Mobil. Homes, lake City Fl. 5/18 opcn part-lime
furnished. 50
should submit for rent fully per
applicants a and
separated from the main library, help. We alTer excellent starting pay
completed State of Florida applicationto work week. Call 771-1476. 2tchg 6/8-19 7tchg. 6/29 good working conditions and a cha
be deadline
applicants must willing to Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday OR RENT avallabl. I nee
MOBILE HOME 2 ft 3 bedroom portlollyfuml.hod. FOR SALE Financing
: R. NATE HOLTON without assistance from other staff. prior to Thursday publication. career opportunities. high
INSTITUTION, P.O. Box Annual salary range Is $139 a month ft up. 473-7566 Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50 Sid's Mobile Home Park. 4963452. school graduate, have car and neat

233 Ralford FL 32083-0333 or call ((904)) $13,347-.$21,329 with excellent or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter. Itpd. 6/15 appearance. No experience necessary.
Will sell
6/15 FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA trall.r. $50 a 65 CAMEL MOBILE Will Train. For Interview call
964-4000 Ext.537 EOE/M/F. Itchg benefits. Qualified applicants should week. $190 deposit, $SO for last week. Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, cheap. Call .496-2630 between 8 a.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
INSTALLS $ TOP PAY 5All types now. submit complete Stale of Florida Keystone His., FL 32656
also. a $290 to move In. Call Tammy 479-3248. and 9 p.m. for more Information. tad. between 1 lit 6 p.m.
Will train. Subcontractor employment application to: PERSON
2tpd 6/8-19 HOMES 1-800-940-0006 or 964-2979
3555500. J&H World $95 refundable. NEL MANAGER Union Correctional Institution HUGHES
| BR MOBIL HOME furnished. $290 STARKE
2tchg 6/15-22 P.O. Box 221, Rallord FL month $250 deposit. 4737901. Itchg
OUTSIDE WORK full time, part time, 32083. Phone ((904)) 431.1212 ext. 202. 6/15 Y_.....-W.-AFFOfDABLEI I
S7-S15 hourly. Immediate openings. An Equal Opportunltyl Allirmative Ac- ROOM FOR RENT r with V4 bath and kitchen -
3555500. J&H World. $95 refundable. tion Employer. Itehg 6/15 privilege. $39 week. 473-7901. !

2tchg 6/15.22 ltd* 6/15 ''. APARTMENTS
COW PEN LAKE 2 BR MH. CH/A, furnished -
(large kitchen. Fish ski, dock 1' 922 E. Brownlee St. FOR RENT

BRADFORD AIR-CONDITIONING your boat. 4752427. 2tchg 6/39-32 Camp BlandingRd.
BR CONDO. CH/A garbage disposal

& ELECTRICAL attic Keystone/Melrose.utility room dishwasher.479-2427.Midway Itchg Starke FL 32091

24 Service Hr. Service C1I. .r 10% m..count VACATION 6/19 ON SILVER LAKE Clear sandy 964-7133 3 Mobile Homes and

7 Dale A Weed for beach., Nice 2 BR housa, screened 2 & 3 BR, family oriented,with

0.095 Senior Citizens porch pool tab)., AC. Available laundry & largo ployground. One House in Raiford
$ e August. 473-2440. Itpd 6/15 month.
i, GREAT COMMERCIAL RENTAL Across :Free electricity first

CAlLFOR from Hord..', In Keystone Hgts. Could I ,Rent 30% of your monthly Call Debbie
APPOINTMENT be living quarter In addition to commercial income if you qualify
or could be lust your home.
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YARD SALE '/17, Corner of Wilson Rd A FREE KITTENS to good horn. Russian
.... .J SE 13th St. 9 til 3 p.m. Gas range, RALPH BRYAN REALTY.'44-ll7 blue, mixed Battleship gray. 911 W.
household items Itpd 6/15 BEST BUY: 3/1 tram, central A/H In Pratt St. 964.4280.3tchg 6/1-15

p.m. Many Items, Pioneer stereo WORTH THE MONEVi 3 BR. 2 bo on Slot 7823634. ItjmREGISTERED |
couch A 2 chairs 1029 E. Palm St., off Rd. 230.
SEIZED CREAM 1-REtZER: $30O. (..ommerctuiupright Living/dining room family MAMMAS! cows and built,
TO DRINK Colley Rd. 9642889. Itpd 615MARY'S room with fireplace, and complete 1.752.5161or
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes, cooler, $400. 4681348. Itchg all ones, prices vary. Day
6/15 THAWS YOUR BUSINESS I VARIETY SHOP baby beds, satellite system. 17520679. 4tchg 6/8.29
Corvettes. Chevys. Surplus Buyers FURNITURE: complete bedroom suite WANT TO STOP chest A dressers, wicker shelves, ref., '/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CH&A, ARABIAN eves HORSES: pleasure, breeding,
Guld. 1602838.8885, ext THAT'S OURS I differentices, microwaves, enclosed patio on 1 acre, close to
with triple dresser 8 mirrors, 2 night many how or trail. All ages. Weaning to 13
3tpd 6/8.22 Alcoholics Anonymous many decor Items 304 E. Call St., over town.
tables w/lamps, dining room table w/6 Colts Illllai, mores and stallion.
excellent years.
1913 CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4: ?64.3619,961.4150,961.8614 the RR tracks 964.3250.6/15TF RALPH RYAN REALTY,964-BI7I
and 782.3267
6/1.22 chain Excellent condition. Mud sell'- $300 up. eves
shape. $3500. 473-3264. 4tchg pd7/27 YARD SALE: June 16.17: Washer dryer 6/15-22
964.2417.ltpd 6/15 weekends 2tchg
.1915 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON: $2500 or 318 ENGINE from 1976 lodge Aspen CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free baby things, etc. SR 225. Bayless Hwy., FOR SALE BY OWNER Small frame PUPPIES or : part Chow/part Norwegian
best offer 961.2483.4tpd 6/8.29 $250 or make offer. 9646740.. Itpd estimates HANDYMAN FENCE CO., between 229 C 964-5672.. Itpd 6/15 house In country. Loll of yard S tr.... Elkhound. Happy husky 8 healthy. $5
'9S4 CHEVY 305 ENGINE: short block. 6/15 Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. TF SAT B SUN., 6/17-18: Towels, sheets, 318,500.968602 after 6 p.m. TFjmm each. 4733316. Itchg 6/15

$250. Call before 3 p.m, 964.5532.3tpd FARM TRACTOR with 6' mower: actor WELL DRILLING PUMPS SERVICE Our- washcloths, furniture, mist Under THREE BEDROOM 24! bath 2 story S COCKER SPANIELS 4 males, 1 female
V 6/8.22 run good, mower needs some welding ranee Pump 8 Supply Co., Water wood Motel 301 North of Starke, 3 frame, 16x16 storage, attached garage 964.29)6.4tpd. 6/15.7/6
85 CUTLASS SUPREME OLDS: excellent 8 repair, but.asy to fix $695 for both. systems specialists, 864 N. TempleAve. miles on left. Itchg 6/15 with storage, 44x28 shelter 14x50 AUSTRALIAN PUPPIES Registered.
condition, assume payments. Call .. US 301 Stork., 32091. 9/8TF mobile home on 10 acres. 74000. Call
I I anytime. 289.9647 Maxville,, 4tchg. 9648662. 2tchg6/1522 SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME: day, week collect 02596649. Patricia Cray Real 9646884. Kim GrIHIs. Itpd 6/15
6/8.29 long term 4682619. 1117TFWE
I 1969 FORD RANGER: LWB, /, ton, new Clean Room Antl-Partlculate Filter Plu.NonSc.nt. MOVE stay. MOBILE HOMC' FOR RENT RENTAL ty. 5/25TF HOUSE Starke for Sale:2 BR, 1 shots, health paper. $200. Call
absorbent I.I the
odor mostefficIent Crawford work 964-5913 home,
exhaust Runs 964.56061STFTUTORING
brakes, new tires new bath full baiement two stock block
.I.d. 964.3139.2tchg 6/15-22 cost effective system on the SERVICES If child barely 496-2117. Itchg 6/15
360 home, CHSA,
good. c your currently rented. MUST
1979 VOLVO: runs, but needs some market today. Call Keith, ((904)) passed this year 3 months vacation MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water SELL-REDUCED to 25500. Eves flU PUPPIES: black with gold trim;
4682423. Itpd 6/15 .sewer cable TV. 964-749S. 1/12TF father--Doberman mother-.
motor work With new tires and rims can only makes things worse. Coll 473-3627.. 6/8TF
best offer, 9643460. or QUEEN-SIZE WAVELESS WATERED: 9648594. 511TFALTERATIONS FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city Walker/Blue tick. Coll Bruce or Becky
$3500 or COUNTRY LIVING Graham
In 2 3
9648948. Itpd 6/15 lighted headboard, heater liner, ilppers, hems, buttonholes water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. BR. wood heater air screened: acres porch 964-8179. 964-4363. or 9646078. Itpd

1988 FORD FESTIVA: 4 speed, AM/FM drawer storage. $ISO, 9647823. Itpd patches, etc. Drop off and 964.7498.1/12TF and sun deck. $42,500 or make offer. 6/15
radio, must sell 964.7699 or 475.2668 6/15 pick up. 7 days a week 7 am.8 p.m., HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. 4851189.. 6tchg 6/8-7/13 HORSES FOR SALE: Registered 1 yr. old
after 5,30 p.m. 2tchg 6/15.22 WINDOW UNIT AC: 14,000 BTU 2.3 964-5587. Plnehunt Variety across Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF HUGHES MOBILE HOMES filly and 12-year breeding mare. Filly
72 FORD PICKUP: 3 speed LWB, good years old. Excellent condition. $275. from Southside, Elem. Hwy 100 S. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: STARKE going for $250. mare for $BOO. Saddle
condition $700. 964.5931. Itpd 6/15 9648641. Itpd 615U TWO VACANCIES for child and Infant 964.8614 or 9645768. 4tchg. 5/25.6/15 and accessories Included Call
needs core In home Ellen Martin TWO BEDROOM mobile home AC 781-1086 eve only for Information.
78 BUICK REGAL: runs good PICK PEAS: $6 per hamper 964.6521 or my
work $800 OBO. 964.9051. Itchg 6/15 964-8733. Morgan Rd.. CR 233. Itpd 9647145. 2tchg 6/8-15 private lot on Grilfls Loop. Excellent TRAIN FOR CAREERS IN Itpd 6/15
'.2 MERC LN7: 2 dr grey, needs work, 6/15 TUTORING SERVICE certified teacher. condition no pets 4682374. Itpd 6/15
head S block OK, $500 OBO. '74 Chevy 24,000 BTU CARRIER AC: used one summer $15 per hour If once a week and$12.50 SOUTHERN VILLAS is now accepting applications -
4 dr.. $250. 964-8905. Itpd 6/15 retail $980, asking $450. Also 40. If twice a week. Call 5332196. Klngsley for 1 S 2 BR apartments. 1001 j
CONVERSION VAN ft. lake 2tchg 6/8.15 Southern Villa Drive, Stark. 964.7295 SECRETARY ,'
I 19B8 CHEVY ASTRO : running ft. shelving, 8 ft. high 2 ..
take over payments 546-3199, leave wide. No 1 material 6 sections. $450. ROOFING I REPAIRS) pressure washing. or 9644214. 2tchg 6/8-15 ..EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
message. Itchg 6/15 9644099.. Ask for Kevin. 2tchg 6/15.22 Call 9646341. Terry Parks 4tchg THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: stove & WORD PROCESSOR
1977 FORD F150: 4x4. truck. Heavy duty 15 FT. BOAT: motor, trailer, 45. Johnson 6/8-29 refrlg., also mobile home stove S HOME STUDY/RES. TRAINING Classified Ads
front and bumpers. Fiberglass tilt-trailer WILL DO CHILD CARE In home. Christian ref rig. Call 9643728. Itpd 6/15
r.ar molar good compression my :i//: .FINANCIAL: ; ; AJO AVAIiABtl! 'I
box $2600. Call Bruce or Becky. no rust new top V-hull, fiberglass, environment and references. Call THREE BEDROOM HOME carpeted .' "'" Get Results!
964-8179. 964-6078,964.4363.Itpd 6/15 new seats, 30 years old. $550 firm. AI 9649604. 2tchg6815STRICKLAND'S CH&A, 1 3/4 bath Ig. screened porch : \1Q& P1A EMt :- ,

84 DODGE TRUCK 4x4: V8, AT, AC, PS Young, 964.6918. 2tchg 6/1 5-22 SEWING MACHINE SERVICE no pets. 9645356. Itpd 6/15 .. AUISr. j\fC\ 1
PB, cassette & more $4500. OBO. : all makes and models cleaned BAYLESS HIGHWAY: large 3 BR house

473-4802. keep trying. 3tchg 6/15.29 MOBILE HOMES oiled and adjusted, $15. New and used AC ft carpet large screen porch. $300 1-800.327-7728 THE HART SCHOOL

FOR SALE Hwy. 233 A 16 (Morgan Rd.) 6/15 month plus deposit. 4962356. Itchg A Div. of A.C.T. Corp.Netl. .

964-8733. 6/8TF Hdqtre., Beech, FL
FOR SALE Pomp no

VICE: licensed insured, references, no children or pets. No drinking or
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. HOMES FOR SALE total care, carpets, tile, everything. dope. 964-5687. 3 miles South of TRAIN FOR CAREERS IN
$14.99 per month Call 964-6946. TF HUGHES MOBILE HOMES.Stark. Residential and commercial. 7823089. Stark. 3tchg 6/15-29 HELP WANTED
r NEWSPAPER PLATES: aluminum 4tchg 6/8.29 THREE BEDROOMS. 2 baths, LR, DR. Kitchen ,5r :
measures 24x36". $.50 each. Great for NEW FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath wood WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME: all ages, Den CHSA. $450 per month. No
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 siding, shingle roof, fireplace, CH8A, plenty of experience. Have 17 mo. old puts. Call 961.5484.4tpd. 6/15.7/6 Licensed
W. Call St. 964-6305 TF $288 month. 2720637. 4tpd 5/25.6/15 child. 964-6341.. 4tchg 6/8.29 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: close to :AIRLINES
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buys, sells and 1982 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME: 14x54. DANNY C WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE: free town newly remodeled $250/mo. CRUISE LINES Cosmetologist
trades. Sells new and used furniture, plus bedroom addition. 3000. estimates 964.2213.3tchg 6/15-29 964.6311 or 964-6334 or 5332416. Itchg HOME TRAVEL AGENCIES
9646551. 4tpd 6/8-29 NEED HELP WITH HOUSEWORK odd 6/15
Wicker rattan and decor items, pot.paurrl or
and incense. OH TV and 1984 14x48 MOBILE HOME: CH8A jobs? Call KSK Cleaning. Let us make WALDO VILLAS now renting Tues. Sat.

microwaves as well. 301 E, Call St.. cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan. 2 BR, you Queen for a Day. We provide townhouses 1 S 2 BR. 468-1971 or One Evening Per Week
96".3250.6. TF 1 both, $5200. Call ofte, 5 p.m.. residential or commercial needs. We 468-2777. Equal Housing Opportunity ASSISTANCE18OO3277728
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer, 964.6718 or 9645719. 2tpd 6/8.15 are members of Chamber of Com 6/15TF Call Glenda
regular machines and sergers. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 19852 BR MH. merce. Personal References. 964.4908 BEAUTY SHOP fully equipped. $400 per
excellent condition. Only $129.07 per 2tpd 6/15.22 month. 486. N. Temple Ave. for more
{ Pmehurst Variety Store across from month. No cash needed. A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL 964-4151
Bill, Information. Call 964.8272 and ask lor
Southside Elementary : Nat'l. .
9642623. 4tchg 6/8.29 Hdqtre. Pompano Beach FL
Anne. Itchg 6/15
9645587. TF Carlton Craft anytime 964.6697 or Jim.
II excellent SINGLEWIDE CLEARANCE SALE: Charm. O'Steen after 5 9647387. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: furnished or un
ing 2 BR, $11875; Enhanced 2 BR,
furnished in town. 9648704. Itchg
condition, just reconditioned 30 day 2tchg 6/15.22
$12,577 Special 2 BR $13,355 Perfect
$295. 9647529. ; : 3 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME: Mon-Fri, 6/15
warranty remaining.
BR, $14,237; Lovely 2 BR, $14,521; Irresistible Lunch & snacks MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 2 BR. 1 bath
Itchg 615SEVERAL any age. provided Mc Lawn Service
3 BR, $15,365 Duffy's
ITEMS: 28 ft. travel trailer, ; Tremendous 3 964.2953.Itchg 6/15 on 1 acre. $275/month, 1st anddeposit.
sleeps 6, good condition. Dining room BR, $16,726; America's Largest Retail DUMP TRUCK FOR HIRE: will haul 9643038. 2tchg 6/15.22
suite, sits 16 people. SW 7th Street Hwy. 301 N., Starke, FL 9646407. Itchg anytime but dirt. 7823266. 2tpd TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: quiet 964-6533
9644468.. 2tpd 6/8.15 6/15-22 location partially furnished no
1979 OLDS CUTLASS: S650. Small utilityor OVER PAYMENTS on 1989 DW. 3 CHILD CARE: Evenings, nights, children. 782-3344 7823942. 6/15TFce
Lawn ServiceIf
BR, 2 Ba, only $197.83 month. Undisputed Champion
stock trailer $200. Call 782.3531. per No weekends; dependable reliable, TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME locatedIn
2tchg 6/8.15 cash needed. Call Bill, 964.2623.4tchg mature. 9648522. Itpd 6/15 country AC, nice yard quiet.
3 NINTENDO TAPES: Mario Brothers 8 6/8.29 CHILD CARE: will watch and care for 9645630. Itchg 6/15 you are not serious,don't c l'YearAround
Duck Hunt $30: Mario Brothers $25, HUGHES MOBILE HOMES your child or infant In my home. HRS THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath mobile home I
Donkey Kong $25. 7823333. 2tchg STARKE registered. 9643521. 2tpd 6/8.15 782.3481.2tchg6/15.22 "" lawn f! Service '-

ALECIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur NOTICE Villas, Apt. 13 off 301 In Waldo. Come S175/month. Older coupe preferred. Large or Small We Do It All !
Gaskins, 7823140. 6/8TF and see m. Joyce 3trw 629ReynOIds 964-8602 after 6 p.m TFjmm ,

LO-BOY CUB 154. TRACTOR with 5 ft. bel Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON, STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to
ly mower in good condition. $1900 prior to Thursday publication your work? We have clean mobile
firm. Can be seen Sat A Sun. Call Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY homes available. 468.1323.10/8TF
4682266. 4tchg. 6/8-29 5.00 P.M. Special Classified, display FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities
SEVERAL ITEMS: Quasar 25" TV $250: placement Is NOT Guaranteed. paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA
glass and brass dinette set with four Minimum charge for classified ads I I. ts*?AlumALUMINUM Q HOTEL Walnut St by Post Oflice. TF Longchamp --
chairs $100. 7821043. 2tchg 6/8.15 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for
RIDING MOWER, Briggs 8 Stratton, 'like each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill extras, reasonable rents. PINES Homes Inc.US
new. 8 hp, 26" blade $400. Also lots of be added to each CHARGED 496.2366, SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF .
tools Call 964-6362. Itchq 6/15 classified, ad.

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erected shell. 3 men, 3 days 964-8447
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I d': Experience Necessary or eves 473.3627.4/20TF

G STARKE RADIATOR & Paid Training the way you live. Bring us your pencilled sketchor

TRANSMISSION. Earning Potential $15.OOO rough draft. Our in-staff design artist will '

plus first year work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs.

COMPLETEAIR Benefit Package We also have
1- financing available. Harold
Applications being acceptedat Davis, Mortgage Broker with Gainesville

SERVICE! : & SUPPLY Mortgage Company, is located in our office

ii BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO TAKE A LEAK complex. Or if will
JOB SERVICEOF .Well Drilling you prefer; we work with
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Seniors Honored for Achievements at Ceremony

'V JYII. Ann. Fergulon

KT Stall Writer neat your Dad to Lunch or Dinner

Awards A three-hour banquet for Bradford High .1''',"F l1f Father's Day, Sunday, June 18th
graduates .
was held ,
Thurday ;
the night before June 1, '0-:"
graduation the "' .:! 1
newly remodleled and A
conditioned main fairgrounds all'- .. i I, .1...
building on US-301N In Starke. A
BUS Principal Charles Francis
was emcee of the
ceremonies t
spon- ,
sored by
High Alumni g
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The Golden "B" Awards the
highest honor to be achieved
by a
student, were announced< first The a'
Golden "B" was given to: Shawna .y 'y .
Blom. Yvonne Bobo Lilly Burgess, r
Crawford Chris Durban i
Julie Anne Ferguson Allsha Gruen' i

BmHH', *Joe HUdebran .... r
Unissa King, Tonya Klein, Angel 'f r
Ramsey, Viva Riley Holly Shields Student Council Awards...
Sarah Smith, Benny and
Six seniors received Student '
Cameron Council award In
Ward !
Valedictorian Yvonne Bobo leadership class. They are (l-rj Yvonne Bobo. Betsy Scott Uother Allen..Cam Ward.At right In Student Council Sponsor
Nail. Benny Tyson Julie Anne ,
Salutatorian Michelle Becker Ferguson Mindy C i !

received their medals to"Outstanding .... .
Graduation. wear at Tina Willingham, Shawna Blom, _.-
Kim Bosier, Noy Srivibul, Tonya ., ,i.
Honors Students Klein, and ,.
(G.P.A. of 454.0 Holly Shields received
received gold awards in the Sciences.
medals and cords to wear at
Graduation. Those were given
students are: to: Julie Anne Ferguson, Patrick
Michelle Becker, Shawna Blom, Moore
Yvonne Bobo, Julie Ramsey,
Ferguson, Shields, Karen Hodges, Sarah

Shields Alisha ,Gruen and Tina, Tonya Willingham.Klein, Holly Bobo Smith,,Cam Kristin Ward Pfenniger, Alisha Yvonne On Father's' Day, your dad can have his choice of
3.999-3.750)High Honors Students (G.P.A. of Burgess, and Shawna Blom. 4 r'A"a one of the meals listed below FREE when one or more

and cords. They received are: Patricia silver medals Bath and Angel a Ramsey Spanish received Honor a medal members of your family order a barbecue luncheon

Lilly Burgess Kern Fillyaw, Eric Scholarship from the Spanish Society special or barbecue dinner plate of equal or greater

Wanda Hodge, Mueller Karen ,Hodges Kristin, Kim Lee, department.Humanities. : value. This Father's Day special meal will be served In
Pfenniger :
Noy Srivibul,Tammy Jo Tatum,and Shawna Blom awards Julie Anne were Ferguson given to, ;. Sonny's dining room only. For your dad on his special

Shannon Honor Young.Students Holly Shields, and Tina Willingham. day, this is barbecue at its bestl!
of In the Journalism Department !&
3.7499-3.5000) received bronze .
Unissa .
was awarded for her
medals and white cords. These work the ..
on 1989 Yearbook and Julie .
students are: Kim Bosier, Audra Anne Ferguson 1'1: asar.s .J. I
was awarded for
Brantley, Chris Durban, Brian Ken- reviving the school newspaper, The Historians of the Arts...
drick, Jeff Moody, Betsy Nail, Tornado Twister. ,, This SundayDad
Selena Norman, Mindy Rother. Physical Education awards went Seniors receiving/ awards In The llumunilirs l-r): Julie Anne can have his choiceof
Sarah Smith, Jill Strickland, and to: Bill Hamilton, Ed Douglas, Chris Ferguson Shawna Blom Molly Shu-Ids.Tina Willingham. Between Holly
Denise Waddell. and
Simmons Tina Is Instructor Deeiu Petrelld.
Cordell Strong, John
National Honor Society Awards Berry, and Kirby Joe Hildebran. Strickland, Christi! Harrell. Susan A barbecue chicken, beef or pork
went to: Patricia Bath, Michelle
Becker, Shawna Blom, Yvonne Santa Board of Trustees Scholarships to Crawford, Elizabeth Rowell, Ben Luncheon Specialor
Bobo, Kim Bosier Fe Community College, given Hankerson, Suzanne Sapp, Karen
Lilly Burgess, E-Z
Julie Anne top 10% of the class. They Black Renee Hewett, Melinda
Ferguson, Kem
Alisha Gruen, Tonya Klein Fillyaw, Jeff were Michelle received by Yvonne Bobo, Powell, Kern Fillyaw, Donna A barbecue chicken, ribs, beef or
Moody, Wanda Mueller, Becker, Holly Shields, McKelvy, Marcilla Carter, Susan WHEELS
Kristin Tonya Klein, Shawna porkDinner
Blom, Julie Peugh, Sebrina Smith, Jeff Moody
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certificate Willingham..An went to appreciation Kemberly Fillyaw, Kimberly Lee, Brown, Wanda Mueller, and Lilly 964-7783,
Eric Hodge. Jaruwan "Noy" Srivibul, Wanda Burgess. .
Awards for academic excellence Mueller, Tammy Jo Tatum, Eric Holly Suzanne Shields BiryHere Pay Here .
in English went to: Patricia Bath, Hodge, was We FtnanceSPECIAL .
Lilly Burgess, Shannon selected as the BHS student to com lIUJ9S.
Tina Willingham, Yvonne Bobo, "Wendy"Young,Mindy Rother,and pete for the ITT Rayonier scholar- (
Shawna Blom,Eric Hodge, Michelle Audra Brantley.Other ship in district competition. She SALE!
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iExcellence Moore, Julie Anne Ferguson, Holly Shields Angel

"p" .m in the Sciences...
Sdt'nt'p awards went to (l-r): Shawna Blom. Tina and Holly Shields. Instructor Sandi Smith, at right, Is
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Top Seniors in the English Department... .. from-nan- 11B

Keieipients of the English awards (l-r): Julie Anne Ingham Kristin Pfenniger, Trlsha Bath. Not shown: was awarded an Academic Merit Florida. Students earning partial Hodge in Automechanics.
I ,crKuson, lloll} Shields. Eric Hodge Mickl Becker Jeff Moody, Jared Brown Unissa King, Denise Wad. Award to attend Florida Southern scholarships under this programare Billy Harrison, Donnie Oden,
I IIHI\.I Klein Minwna Blum. Yvonne Bobo, Tina IVilldell., Kim Lee, Teila Buie. next fall and a grant to Florida : Denise Wadell, Patricia Bath, Terry Whitehead, and Tim Slater
Southern by the Biology Depart- Eric Hodge, Mindy Rother, and received awards in Agriculture.
ment. Brian Kendrick. Criminal Justice awards went to
POOL DOCTORPOOL Lisa Mitchell was awarded a Commended students in the Na Marcilla Carter,Patrick Moore,and
scholarship to X-Ray Technician tional Merit Scholarship Programare Becky Poore.
School at University Hospital in Julie Anne Ferguson and Jeffery Business awards were received by
..... t rd} Jacksonville. Scott Moody. Donna McKelvy, Kim Lee, Melinda
Michelle Becker received a com- Eric Hodge received the National Powell,Angel Ramsey,Jerry Yates
'I f1 bination academic and music Merit Scholarship Corporation Suzanne Sapp, Carla Guida, Terri
j scholarship to Florida Southern. Special Scholarship sponsored by Kennan,Alisha Gruen,Kim Brewer,
POOL REMODELING Kern Fillyaw, Paul Coleman, and Great Northern Nekoosa Corpora- Melissa Starling, Hermia Thomas,
POWER WASHING I Ey Jimmy Quiette received full tion.Yvonne Sebrlna Smith, Patrick Moore,
Scholarship in Music to Florida Bobo received a $1,000 Brian Davis,and Lucetra Moss.
Community College in Jacksonville.Julie Walmart Scholarship Unissa King and Bill Hamilton
Now Making House Anne Ferguson received an Vocational Scholarships were received the Army Reserve Scholar-
Calls Academic Grant to attend Florida awarded to students to attend the Athlete Award.
DOES, YOfR POOL NEED INTENSIVE CARE State University.Sarah Bradford/Union Vocational Center. Michelle Becker received the
Smith was awarded "Chap- The Bradford Alumni Association Daughters of the American Revolu-
IF YOUR POOL IS LOOKING GREEN AND SICK LET THE EXPERTS AT POOL pie" James Most Promising Vocational Scholarships went to tion Award (D.A.R.).
DOCTOR TAKE CARE OF IT FOR YOU. OUR EXPERIENCED STAFF HAS THE + Teacher Scholarship Loan by the Patricia Allen for Cosmetology and Cam Ward received the Masonic
I EQUIPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR POOL STAYS State of Florida Department of Jason Johnson for Auto Mechanics. Scholarship.Jeff .
IIP-ALTIIYCLEA.1 AND BEAUTIFUL ALL YEAR LONO. Education. Rotary Club Vocational Scholar- Moody is the Kiwanis Club
NOW SERVING BRADFORD AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES. Cam Ward was awarded a full ships went to Charles Hodge-auto Student Citizen of the Year at BHS.
Habla Espanol...? scholarship to Troy State University mechanics, Christy Meyers- Viva Riley received the Key Club
964-8820 in Student Government. cosmetology, Kristie Dickens-word Award.
Angel Ramsey receives medal as Patricia Bath received an processing, and Angela Davis-word The Burger King Award went to
the top senior Spanish students and a. Academic Grant to attend Florida processing. The Sex Equity Voca- John Berry.
Spanish Honor Society scholarship. State University. tional Scholarship went to Jimmy The Bradford County Chamber of
Yvonne Bobo received an Watkins. Commerce Student of the year is
Academic Scholarship to attend Yvonne Bobo, Brian Davis, Cameron Ward.
.l Ql t 1 Boston University; she was also Richard LeNeave, Robin McRee, The Doers and Dreamers Award
awarded a supplemental Grant and and Jared Brown received awards inChorus went to Viva Riley.Presidential .
an Academic Achievement, award l Academic .Fitness
which includes work-study. ltw 7ds'Wiit't8'Mfchelfe'rBecker >:fI.watdlfwere-'teceived .'Patricl. III
Kristin Pfenniger received an Shawna Blom, Kim Bosier, Bath, Michelle Becker, Shawna
Academic Grant to attend Florida Holly Shields, Mary White, Benny Blom, Yvonne Bobo, Chris Durban,
State University and she received an Tyson, Tina Willingham, Jeff Julie Anne Ferguson, Kem Fillyaw,
w Academic Merit Award to attend Moody, Betsy Nail, Billy Harrison, Eric Hodge, Brian Kendrick,Tonya
Florida Southern College. Mindy Katherine Rother, Denise Klein, Jeff Moody, Kristin Pfen-
Students earning full scholarships Waddell, Amy Packham, and Pam niger, Mindy Rother, Holly Shields
BRADFORD PAWN & GUNBuy through the Florid' Academic Thornton. Noy Sribibul, Denise Waddell, andTina
Scholars Program a'e: Julie Anne Band awards went to Kern Willingham.
HOURS Ferguson, Jeff M,.* iy, Holly Fillyaw, Billy Starling, Melinda P.R.I.D.EAwards (Program to
Shields,Chris Durban,Tonya Klein, Powell, Kim Lee, Jimmy Quiette, Recognize Initiative and Distinctionin
Sell 964-5440 Mon.-Fri. 1O8Saturday Yvonne Bobo, Shawna Blom, Paul Coleman, Karen Hodges, Education), which are awardedby
Michelle Becker, and Kristin Michelle Becker, Karen Black, the State, were received by: Bet-
nia"e 1755 N. Temple Ave.US Hwy 3O1 Starker 1O a'm'*p.m.TORO'S Pfeniger. These students will revive Kristin Pfenniger, Renee Hewett, sy Nail (district winner), Tina Will-
$2,500 a year while retaining a 3.2 Zellouise Montgomery, Sheila Tew, ingham, and Viva Riley in the area
grade point average to attend the and Karen Morgan. of Writing; Julie Anne Ferguson
college of their choice in the state ofRICHARD'S Drama awards were received by (district winner) and Mindy
/ Benny Tyson and Jeff Adams.Thespian Katherine Rother in the area of
awards went to: Karen Social Studies; Yvonne Bobo
Schaefer, Benny Tyson, Sheila Tew (district winner) and Shawna Blomin
Michelle Bronson, Jeff Adams, andAmy the area of Mathematics; Tonya
BIGGEST SALE DOWNTOWN Lewis. Klein (district winner), Shawna
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News Briefs '.

Divorces GrantedIn "hirlestartedslidinl'si.tewa.d : slid Flip TroopersContinue
Bradford CountyThe across to the east shoulder and over-
turned near Textile Town, said License,
following marriages were HolierU Damage to the vehicle was Vehicle Inspections
dissolved in Bradford County during $515) in the 5:30: p.m.accident.
the month of May, according to Bradford County
r. court records. The Florida Highway Patrol will
4. Family Dispute be conducting driver license and
Walter Wayne Rhoden & Bridget Gets Two ArrestedTwo vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Lynn Rhoden. ing the week of June 16 through June
.'lJIi. r\ J Irven Richard Rothberg & 10 and brothers were arrested June 22 on SR-21, SR-100(), SR-230, SR-18,
i' Deborah Bozeman charged with shooting at the SR-16
Rothberg home of a third brother CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
Timothy Warren Potts & Deborah Road near Starke. on Forsyth CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231,
I .. Ann Potts. Marshall Eaves CR-227\ R-2211 CR-230 and CR.100A
39, of Jacksonville
Jeffrey W. Kleeman & Christine in Bradford County.Recognizing .
was charged with three
Marie Kleeman. countsof the
danger presentedto
James Edward Dyal & Claudia """aggravated,,palm firearm assault according, carrying to a the public by defective vehicle
... Dyal. equipment, Troopers will concen-
Johnny Glen Nettles & Marlane Deputy Barry King.Eaves allegedly trate their efforts on vehicles being
Collins Nettles. fired several shots from a .22 caliber
operated with defects such as bad
Robert D. Godwin & Candace A, handgun being told late by Saturday his brother evening to leave.after brakes worn tires and defective

__ .ft Godwin. Raymond Eaves, 33, of Lake Butler lighting equipment.. In addition, at-
4 Henry Junior Turner & Cynthia driver of the vehicle was charged tention will be directed to drivers
.. Renee Turner. with principal in the first degree to who would violate the driver license
: ..-.r, .. Don H. Smith ? Barbara Jean aggravated assault (three counts) laws of Florida.
Smith. and driving while license suspended, The Patrol has found these check-
Ray Delmar Locklear & Bobbie according to Deputy King and Dan- points to be an effective means of en-
Sue Locklear. forcing the equipment and driver
Thrift. Both releasedon
men were
Cecil Jessie Taylor & Corine their own recognizance at their license laws of Florida while insur-
Elizabeth Taylor. after- ing the protection of all motorists.
I'" :r..r.f I appearances Monday
Busted... Bobby Lee Sparks & Kimberely noon.
Leona .
Sparks.James Marshall Eaves was also charged
I Member of the Starke Police Force arrest a nupectod Crack cocaine dealer. Harlen Luther& Anna Gay with failure to pay child support. Florida Highway Patrol will
Luther. There were no injuries in the incident be conducting driver license and
;More... Neal Marshall, Jr. & Mary Alice vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
Marshall. ing the week of June 16 through June
released their
Crack. Officers on own recognizance. auxilary Clay Sellers, Tim Geib"tg Donald Doward Falcon& Frances 22 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241,
involved in the sting in- The June Vehicle SwervesTo
... 9 'snatch and graboperation' Denise Falcon. SR-238
cluded Bill CR-18 CR-237, CR-229,
Major Reno, Lt. K. R.
was with the
cooperationof Avoid Deer CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
from page IB Hinds, Jr., Patrolmen Jerry the Florida National Guard.
with bond"set Feltner, William Brown, Perry Gor- According to Major Reno, addi- Two InjuredIn Hits Metal CulvertA 796A in Union County.
$2,000 Dell,
Suggs man, Gordon Smith, Mack Short,
and Hankerson tional arrests are expected this week Friday
remain in custody. 56-year-old Starke man received
Cheryl Belcher, Wayne Wilkinson,
Nichols Harmon and Larry were Susan Wilkerson, Robert McGrath, served outstanding warrants are people were injured when minor injuries when his vehicle
involving drug charges. their vehicle overturned Friday crashed after swerving to avoid deer
afternoon north of Starke on US-301. in the roadway June 12. WiTTnirTgTennis
Cynthia C. Goodson, 29, of Durantwas Ronald Wheeler refused treat-
!More... transported by TRAUMA I to ment at the scene for an injury to the
University Hospital with servere forehead and was taken to Bradford
Alderman... account to his facial lacerations, according to Hospital by private vehicle according
personal account. He
was again arrested April Paramedics Nelson Green and Bill
from to Paramedics Dwayne Hardee
page 6B pled guilty to grand theft and was 26, 1988 charged with grand theft for O'Neal. Passenger in the car, An- and Jerrel Johnson.
Trouble in placed on two year community con- depositing$8,500 to an old account of tonio Provenzule, 37, of Denton Har- Wheeler, driving a 1982 Chevrolet, $10 per Hour Off Learn
began June of
1987 trol, fined and ordered to make full bor, MI With A Friend for$5 Each
Bradford Title and Abstract Company was transported by Rescue
when Alderman was southbound on CR-225 early Monday
charged with
restitution Call Mark at 473-4330 or
transferring $78,070 from an ef ow During his money intended for Title Ser- 60 to Bradford Hospital with minor morning,swerved to miss deer stan- 9646305Students
community control
vices, Inc. Injuries. ding on the roadway and his vehicle
Goodson, driving a 1979 Ford, was went into a deep ditch, according to
northbound on US-301 when the vehi- Trooper Donald Dean. The vehicle
cle drifted into the right turn lane continued to travel until the front
and crossed a water puddle at which end of the vehicle struck a metal Include KHHS
fit DurDew time the driver over reacted,turned culvert in a driveway embankment.. Team Members
hard left and then hard right, according Damage to the vehicle was $2,000 in
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. The the 6:15 a.m. accident, said Dean.


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Scholarships Presented in Ceremonies"Santa

Sapp,Karen Black,Elizabeth Renee Junior Woman's Club of Sl.ukc. .
Fe Comunity 'ollege has Smith and James Timothy Lewis
been a real bonus for our community the Arts and Sciences Scholarship to Hewett Melinda S. Powell Kemberly resented Strawberry Queen I two
It has helped many of our young Kimberly A. Lee, the Bury Business Lynn Fillyaw, Donna Kay year scholarships to 19118 Queen l.il\. I
people to feel that college is in their Scholarship to Sheila L. Stewart and McKelvy Marcilla Carter, Susan Burgess and 1989 Queen Wand
reach. We have students filling the Plus-One Scholarships to Kirby Jo Peugh and Sebrina R. Smith. Mueller both 1909 graduates
Bradford School
seats of higher education both at the Hildebran and Michele Garcia. Lorna___Ps"1__ 1 High
E Andrews Center and in Gainesville, Alcee Rodrique representing --u -
said Donna Gruen, member of the American Legion Post 56, presentedthe Ttrn-B .
Board of Trustees of SFCC newly created American Legion Bradford
Mrs. Gruen presented some of the Scholarship to Karen Schaefer.
47 scholarships to Santa Fe Com Starke Rotary Club two year Chiropractic Center
munity College for Bradford High scholarships were presented by Club
School seniors at the annual awards President Wiley Clark to Jeffrey Starke Office
banquet Friday, June 1. Scott Moody and Kimberli R.Bosier. 218 S. Walnut St.
Highlighting the awards Mr. Clark also presented the Rotary
ceremony was the presentation by Anonymous Donor One Year Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Gruen of the Board of Trustees Scholarships to William Brian
Scholarships to 15 graduates in the Hamilton and Cassandra D. Wad- 964-4957
top ten percent of the Class of 1II9.! dell.Mary
Accepting these awards were Tonya McCloud representing the
JIMMY M. Klein, who also received the Andrews Minority Scholarship Committee -
prestigious Fordyce Scholarship, presented two year scholar-
hawna J. Blom Tina C. Will- ships to Tangela S.Pittman,Viva R. PAIN CONTROL T
ingham, Alisha J. Gruen. Kristin Riley, Peggy N. Petteway ana Wan- .Headaches
Pfenniger, Karen A. Hodges, da C. Brown. .Neck a Arm
Kemberly L. Fillyaw, Kimberly ALee Guy Andrews personally .Mid Back INJURIES
Jaruwan Noye Srivibul, WandaM. presented 14 scholarships under the .
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Mueller,Tammy Jo Tatum, EricS. Guy and Elizabeth Andrews .
Hodge, Lilly M. Burgess, ShannonY Scholarship program. Receiving An- rf .Sporls
drews Scholarships were Jill Personal
1.'Yr Young and Audra L Brantley .
Other scholarships presented by Strickland Christi) Harrell Susan Auto Accidents
Mrs. Gruen were the Henry H. Beck Crawford, Elizabeth Rowell, Ben
\ twn vpnr srholtrshm to Karhnrn A jamin Hankerson, Jr., Suzanne d DR. W. DAVID SIKES

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'Say No To Drugs' Poster Winner... CI IIROPRACTIC CARE Wl I EN YOU NEED IT
Check Our Classifieds 24 1IOUHS A DAY- 7 DAYS A WEEK
Chris Gowens, fifth grade student at Lawtey Community School, won
the 'Say No To Drugs" poster contest sponsored by Families Against QD 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Drugs (FADin April. Chris is a student in Mrs. Eoline Underhill's fifth .
Otirf( Hour'sMon-Fri fl ?O fi 00 p m Cn' Py,Ar'+ ";intrnontt !
Melba Johnson and Iva Jean llarrell conducted the contest for FAD.

Both are Guidance Couselors in the Bradford school system. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
The poster will be reproduced by Jack Bailey, shown above with Chris. t
of Bailey Advertising Company, and painted on a billboard just south of .
Starke on U.S. 301. The billboard space has been donated to FAD by
Bailey Advertising Company for a number of years.
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Middle School faculty and staff served as judges in the contest which
was open to all students grade five through twelve. It is interesting to 'EtJ

note winning said entry.Man Mrs.. Johnson, that a member of the fifth grade submitted the 1IiI.

Arrested for Car Theft I....., 'I .,.., -

A 20-year-old man wanting a new everyone the new car he wanted.
car found he had a set of keys for the After driving to Lawtey, Smith said I _.
car and decided to drive around to he decided to drive to Claxton GA to
show people the car he wanted, late show his parents. Smith told Major WRITr I a1-
Wednesday night. Reno he had no intention of stealingthe
The car and Frankie Lee Smith car but the further he went the fIDlIJLt'IJI: ,\ ::: I -
were located late Saturday night in more he thought he might be in trou- f .:'=?'
Statesboro, GA after he locked the ble.June ; ",,,,,,,_,, -
keys in the car and called (who else) 8 Terwillegar discovered the I "r '.oJ -
the police for help. Smith was vehicle missing from the lot and I cw= B1- -'--.'-"
Bradford wherehe called authorities. The Escort -
returned to County was I fI
was released on his own entered as stolen and an alert --l '
recognizance with bond set at$5,000. policeman in Statesboro spotted the ---'- -j ,.,. -11. !
According to Major W. C. Reno car while another policeman was '" J: fI f--
Smith said he wanted to buy the 1989 trying to unlock the vehicle.A checkof ,
Escort GT from Terwillegar's and the license (which Smith had borrowed I I -- -
after filling out a credit application. from a friend)of course came FOEU I
test driving the car and just admir- back belonging to another vehicle ta.-.t
ing the vehicle he failed to return but not stolen.A check of the vehicle
the keys June 6. The next night he number however,proved the vehicle
said he found he still had the keys was stolen and Smith was placed in -- /1' .'
and decided to go sit in the car and custody.The .. --- "
listen to the radio. Better still he Escort was secured in good 1-, '( u.-- t'; 'I -
would drive around to show condition awaiting return to Starke. } -
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__t' I I uir' pi Scholarships Presented in Ceremonies"Santa

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Fe Comunily College has ,Karen Black,Elizabeth Renee Junior Woman's Club of Sturke
been a real bonus for our community. ,Melinda S.Powell,Kember- resented Strawberry Queen two
It has helped many of our young Lynn Fillyaw, Donna Kay year scholarships to 19(18( Queen Lily I
people to feel that college is in their Marcilla Carter, Susan Burgess and 1989 Queen Wanda
reach. We have students filling the and Sebrina R. Smith. Mueller, both 1989 graduates of
seats of higher education both at the R"1-" '- 1 Bradford High School
Andrews Center and in Gainesville," --r
said Donna Gruen, member of the B '7 .
Board of Trustees of SFCC. Bradford
Mrs. Gruen presented some of the
47 scholarships to Santa Fe Com Center
munity College for Bradford High
School seniors at the annual awards Starke Office

banquet Highlighting Friday. June the 1. awards 218 S. Walnut St.

n, r ceremony was the presentation by to the Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. Gruen of the Board of Trustees
Scholarships to 15 graduates in the 964-4957
top ten percent of the Class of 11)119.
alt ti Accepting these awards were TonyaM. ClassifiedsSapp
IMNIY, Klein, who also received the
prestigious Fordyce Scholarship, ]
Shawna J. Blom, Tina C. Will- CONTROL
ingham, Alisha J. Gruen Kristin
Pfenniger, Karen A. Hodges, &Arm 1
Kemberly L. Fillyaw, Kimberly A. Back INJURIES
Lee Jaruwan Noye Srivibul, WandaM. .
Mueller Tammy Jo Tatum, EricS. Back& Leg .Work Related
Hodge Lilly M. Burgess ShannonY. .Sports
; Young and Audra L Brantley Personal
Other scholarships presented by .Auto Accidents
Mrs Gruen were the Henry H. Beck
twn veer spholnrsMn In R;.rharn A '. DR. W. DAVID SIKES

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Say No To Drugs' Poster Winner...
Chris Cow ens, fifth grade student at 1-awtey Community School won Check Our HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
the 'Say No: To Drugs" poster contest sponsored by Families Against Qp
964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Drugs (FAD) In April. Chris I is a student in Mrs. Koline Underbill's fifth -
grade OHiro Hoiirs-Mnn-Frl B 10-6 OO p m 'Snt By t.1" nintmnnlRERtO'N
Melba Johnson and Iva Jean llarrell conducted the contest for FAD.
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Both are Guidance Couselors in the Bradford school system. I I I I I
The poster will be reproduced by Jack Bailey shown above with Chris. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r
of Bailey Advertising Company and painted on a billboard just south of
Starke on U.S. 301. The billboard space has been donated to FAD by
Bailey Advertising Company for a number of years.
Middle School faculty and staff served as judges in the contest which
was open to all students grade five through twelve. It is interesting to I
note, said !Mrs. Johnson, that a member of the fifth grade submitted the
winning entry.Man .

Arrested for Car TheftA .,.

20-year-old man wanting a new everyone the new car he wanted.
car found he had a set of keys for the After driving to Lawtey, Smith said I
car and decided to drive around to he decided to drive to Claxton GA to I Iii --
show people the car he wanted, late show his parents. Smith told Major \1 ._ ,.I.I1 _
Wednesday night. Reno he had no intention of stealingthe WAIT, [II __ I ,
The car and Frankie Lee Smith car but the further he went the ":- E"I fffiilllJ'IjlJ-, --
were located late Saturday night in more he thought he might be in trou- .'.- :;1 _
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keys in the car and called (who else) 8 Terwillegar discovered the rlt' I J
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the police for help. Smith was vehicle missing from the lot and -- ::w= '" .
returned to Bradford County wherehe called authorities. The Escort was r : t -
was released on his own entered as stolen and an alert --L.. _
recognizance with bond set at$5,000. policeman in Statesboro spotted the --'- _. .".. ,'--
According to Major W. C. Reno car while another policeman was "'" -II.I
Smith said he wanted to buy the 1989 trying to unlock the vehicle.A checkof CuD, III,. r.1 -
Escort GT from Terwillegar's and the license (which Smith had borrowed : --- .
after filling out a credit application from a friend) of course came I .
test driving the car and just admiring back belonging to another vehicle 'i'i-.l:
the vehicle, he failed to return but not stolen.A check of the vehicle = I I I
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said he found he still had the keys stolen and Smith was placed in .... : Y -
and decided to go sit in the car and custody.The iir'"
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