Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01868
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01868
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hunclershowen are predicted to continue through the weekend N.wi . .1-3.11.12A 'e C'(

with hot, humid temperatures to continue also. Some lessening of Edlto.tols. . . . ..A ,
the number and intensity of the storms is expected for Friday and Social. . . seA \l7)7"{ 7.fah fCptZiafyY p V

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Highs will be in the 90's and lows near 70 throughout the period. .(1\\ \\I' Y
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Normal temperatures for the period are a high of 90 and low of 66 spores . . .9.IIA t i II.1 I 'it% \J.\ ',;7;I':":a,11
Record temperatures for Wednesday June 6 are a high of 102 in All Spott Banquet .IOA : f"L
1983 and a low of 58 in 1958 "_'J tt I. I 1 "

The moon will be full seal was at 6:29: this morning SECTION B, 12 P09'' i ,(n_ i I 11-= Cv
Thursday, June 7, and will 8:28: this evening, the day is 13h FOlte Parents tats %)
59m length. Clme New. 2.3.7B
\ For bcachgoers, the surf temperature is 80 degrees, and tides will Aeo News ..5.6B
' be high at 10 a.m Sat. and 11 a.m: Sunday, and will be receeding Clonlfled Ad. .9.IOB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

throughout the afternoons, reaching low tide after 4 p.m. Obirueris 11.128 IIOth Year STARKK. FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy

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\ Worth Lawton Chiles to Attend Saturday Fete at LB Farm CenterSen. I

noting Lawton Chiles, Democratic Butler ,Farm Center on SH.121. will Dinner is also set for 5:30: p.m:The the area-wide event, he recognized Representatives, I rum IMC Fer I
candidate for governor, will visit host a customer appreciation' day" menu will include barbeque chicken an opportunity, and contacted the tiliser, Animal Supply, Feed, Seed,
from 4-5:30: p.m. this Saturday,June Saturday June !II), in combination hamburgers, watermelon, corn on Chiles campaign headquarters withan Lawn, Garden and Hardware Sup-
9, at the Lake Butler Farm Center on with a "Lowton Chiles day" sponsored the cob, baked beans, cole slaw, invitation to meet with area pliers will be available to discuss
Tiny Tots... SK-121 southwest of Lake Butler on by Stnikc Banker\ Guy Andrews cokes and lea. residents problems and proper techniques for

Registration for tiny tots and all the Worthington Springs Road and foinier" Union County Cason, who purchased the Lake Dean Saunders field operations varied interests of customers.
day activities at the Starke Recreation Shenll John VthiUliiMclKxeryono !, Butler Farm Center recently, was coordinator for the Chiles-McKay Lake Buller Farm Center is
Department for children ages Jack Cason former executive planning the customer appreciationday campaign said Chiles was "looking located about one mile west of the intersection -
4-14 will! be June 7 and 8.9 a.m. to !5 with the Florida Coca Cola Bottling is invited! to Ihe gala oc to announce the change in for an area event" and accepted the of SR-121 and CR-231 on
p.m. at the Prall Street Recreation Co and current owner ol the Lake elision. ownership. When Andrews heard of invitation to speak at the dinner. the Worthington Springs road.


,.Lunch The Lunch Bunch.Bunch..will meet Fri- I. ;, Gas Set to Go Up

day, June 8, in the Presbyterian P
Fellowship Hall, at noon. Come, br-
ing a covered dish, and enjoy the

fellowship. _- 5.2 Cents a Gal.


Rummage Sale... J ....'". .. This

Whispering Pines Convalescent By January

Center will hold a rummage sale, 9
a m. to 5 p.m., Friday and Satur-
day, June 8-9 for the benefit of the By Buster Rohn be used for projects in the transpor
tation district in which it is raised,
residents. BCT Staff WriterA
which is for North Florida
will 1.2 good news
gallon of gasoline go up
BHS Class of 1945... cents July 1 and an additional four Road Districts, such as the N.E.
Florida district headquartered in
BHS Class of 1945 will hold its ; :.t+fi cents The Jan.l Florida in Bradford Legislature County., which Lake City. Department of Transpor-

reunion, Saturday, June 16, beginn after 5 tation officials in Lake City have
its 1990 session just
ing at 6 p.m., in the StarkeWoman's yam. adjourned been concerned that this district will
June 2,
Saturday morning
Club. '
be short changed in road building
For information, call Warren passed a sliding tax on gasoline. and maintenance funds, with road
is the
The to the tax
Winkler, ph. 964-7812 or 964-7596, or \ j1t amount of gas tax added by each money going to vote-rich South
call Oleeta Hardenbrook, Ph. Florida.
964-6775. county, under a tax option extendedto If Gov. Martinez lets other bills
the counties in 1983 and increasedin
become law, motorists will see in-
BHS Class of 1980... r v Ivw lidt. 1987. The more local option gas creased fees in other ares of
tax levies the higher the
{ a county ,
The BHS Class of 1980 is set for new tax. transportation, effective July 1:
-The motor vehicle title fee will In-
August 11, 1990. Anyone may attend In 1983 the Legislature gave coun-
it is not restricted to 1980 BHS raise crease from $3 to $24.A .
ties an option to gas
will in-
graduates. Call ph. 964-74 75 for in- four cents per gallon. Bradford rental car surcharge
from 50 cents day to $2.
crease per
formation. commissioners optioned to
county -The initial fee on a
taxes the full amount, although
'f' raise vehicle will to $100, from $30
counties went for lesser go up
Tough Love... -New vehicles brought into the
I.... amounts. state will be assessed a flat $295 if
Tough Love, a parents support In 1987 the Legislature again gave
Florida Sales Taxes were not paid on
group, meets every Thursday even- ...... counties an option to raise gas taxes, the
ing at 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian this time for two cents per gallon.

Church on East Call St., including 'Y'w Again, Bradford County commissioners Other Taxes...
holidays.Dealing. went for the maximum
with problems in family amount bringing gas tax in Brad For a governor that campaignedon
relationships, especially between ford County to 6 cents per gallon a "No new taxes" slogan, a $1.5
parents and adolescents and older under local option. billion increase in taxes and fees
children Tough Love is a self-help The 1900 Legislature based the was no small feat by the Democraticconl'r

rogrem sponsored by the church new fax on the amount being levied lled slate legislature
veryone welcome. by the counties, which means that However, many legislators see the
Bradford County motorists will be 1990 tax packageas a patchwork job,

BHS Class of 1975... paying the maximum tax,come Jan. with serious problems awaiting a
1. later legislature.New .
The BHS Class of 1975 will hold a There are 13 counties in the state taxes include:

final organizational meeting for the that do not levy the full six cents per -Intangibles tax; Increase on
15th class anniversary Monday, gallon, and, and 10 levy between one slocks and bonds from $1 per thou-
June 11, at 7 p.m., in the home of and five cents per gallon. Three sand to $1.50 per thousand dollars.

Joy Tetstone, Green Acres Subdivi- small panhandle counties, Libery, -Documentary Stamps; Raises
sion.The Calhoun, and Franklin, levy no gas the current 15 cents per $100 to 32
class reunion is scheduled cents per $100 on financial transactions

Saturday, June 23, at 7 p.m., at the tax.Union County levies five cents per .
Bradford County Fairgrounds.BHS y + gallon, Bradford six cents. Cigarette Tax, Increases the tax
on a pack of cigarettes 9.9 cents,
Class of 1970. from 24 cents to 33.9 cents per pack.
1990 BIIS Grads Go Through Steps... The Formula... -Alcohol Tax; Places a new tax of

Festivities for the 20 year reunion The crowd was large, graduates were hot inside their At bottom left, Christina Bath adjust the motorboard The formula calls for the state to 10 cents on an ounce of liquor and 4
of the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled gowns but they wanted their gowns and hat just right.of Jaime nO\\l'n. At bottom right, Paul Gaskins gets his levy two thirds of the amount being ounces of wine, and 4 cents on 12
for Friday and Saturday nights, diploma from ills Judy Brown after graduation levied under the local I option gas tax, ounces of beer served in restaurantsand
October 26-27. All graduates are plus raising the sales tax on gas bars.
urged to send in their reservation from 5 percent to 6 percent Gross Receipts Tax; Increasesthe
forms and money to Mary Sue Think Positively 1990 Grads UrgedOne Bradford County, levying 6 cents current 1.5 percent lax on gross
:Tomlinson ASAP to help cover the per gallon, will see a four cents per receipts of utilities such as telephone

.costs of the reunion. Steve Thornton wished his gallon raise, based on the first part service,electricity and gas, to 2 per-
Please send$40 per couple or $20 of the largest crowds in years book, entitled All the Places You'llGo" classmates all the best in the of the formula and 1.2 cents per
per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, overflowed the Bradford High Thornton thankedthe gallon, based on the sales tax increase centDriver's License: Increases auto
RFD 5, Box 7641, Starke, 32091. stadium, capacity 3,000, for the "Your mountain" is waiting, so get farewell speech. and according to the Florida tag replacement to $10 from $3, in-
The next meeting of the planning graduation of the 230 members of the on with your life, Dr.Tyree told the parents for raising suppor- Times-Union. Total amount of Increase creases duplicate driver's license

committee is scheduled for Mon- Class of 1990."Think graduates. ting the graduates. in gas taxes to be paid in from $10 from $5; Increases the

day, July 16, at 7:30 p.m., in the Dr.Tyree has local connections, Senior Aimee Ferguson explainedeach Bradford County is 5.2 cents per replacement driver's license fee
?come of Cindy Futch, 403 S. Cherry positively, urged Charles Francis said. 1990 graduate would present gallon. from $1 to 510.Corporate .
Salutatorian Scott Duncan, his honor Principal his/her parents with a pink rose, There was a move afoot in the Filing Fees; Increases
instructor Sandy
St.For additional information, call medals jangling as he asked his American history his teacher connoting friendship. "Without your Legislature to equalize gas taxes various fees on corporation legal fling -
Cindy, ph. 964-8953, of David classmates to take a positive role in Sanders was directing 1965.66. love and support we could not have throughout the state by raising the by 75 percent
when he interned in Tyree
life. "If think positively,possibly made it Thank and we love
Kirkland, ph. 473-2372. we Coach David you optional gas tax to 6 cents in all
positive things might start to hap- also recalled that called "a fine you," said Ms. Ferguson. counties, but Governor Bob Mar- Where It Went...
Hurse who
pen," said Duncan, the son of Supt. Tyree Charles Francis greeted with the
Principal tinez refused to along
Notice... human being, was his seventh go The 1990-91 state budget will increase -
and Mrs. Jim Duncan. grade physical education instructor. each senior, shook hands with each, idea, saying the option must remain $1.5 billion to $27.5 billion, In-
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, and turned them over to Supt. Jim
the distance and with the counties. cluding$300 million in bonds for the
thunder in
Inc. is to identify those With who shook their hands and has not signed the
trying Duncan Gov. Martinez
cool winds blowing from nearby Dr.Tyree said hopes everybodyhere purchase of environmentally sensitive
families who have children receiving went off realizes that SFCC has very presented them with a black book tax measure, saying he wants to be lands.
rains the graduation
free or reduced lunches throughout and strong ties to Bradford County. This depicting a diploma. Class Sponsor sure the Democrats didn't slip "Even though the budget is 18 per
school system.If smoothly quickly. fall 43 scholarhips will be offered to Sandy Smith called out the names something in the package of whichhe cent higher than last year, and con
you child is in either of these "Nobody's promised you a rose BHS students, which means a total and Sponsors Allison Aljets and doesn't approve. tains a record revenue increase,
groups, you family may be eligible garden," said Dr. Larry Tyree, of 75 Bradford students will be on Judy Brown handed out the pink The sales tax increase, 1.2 centsper legislators say it is essentially a
for food through our agence duringthe president of Santa Fe Community scholarship at SFCC this fall. Tyree roses. gallon in Bradford County will status quo spending plan that barely
summer months. If you would College in the featured address. Life pledged to "do all I possibly can to Fire crackers set off near the end be effective July 1, with the four keeps up with Florida's explosivesee
like to apply for food assistance, of the graduation was the only thing increase being add
can be a challenge and a lot of fun, strengthen the ties" between Bradford cents per gallon
*ome to 408 W. Lafayette St., said Dr.Tyree, interspersing his County and SFCC. to mar the ceremonmies. Principal ed Jan. 1. Gasoline..p.3ACounty )
Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m., to make speech with rhymes from a Dr.Souse West Point bound valedictorian Francis apologized to the parents. The gas tax revenue will have to

coming Upcoming.Public weeks meetings..are:scheduled in the Worried About Getting $35 EMS' Assessment for 1990 I

Bradford County Zoning Board assessment when City Attorney homeowner would pay the assess
meets in special session, Wednes- Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. is worried Flynn discussed it and got the dates was part of the 1989-90 fiscal year jail Terry Brown backed the county ment, which would be in addition to

day, June 6, at 7 p.m., in Starke Ci- that Bradford county won't straight"I budget. down by asking the county property taxes. Residents whose
ty Hall. have its proposed $35 assess- thought we had it all squared "We've" got to have it. It's just that represented by Attorney John property values do not exceed the
Bradford County school board ment for emergency medical ser- away on this. Damn if it ain't.This is simple, said Chairman Carter. Kopelousos, where in Florida $25,000 homestead exemption pay no
meets Monday, June 11, at 7 p.m., vices ready to levy by the time tax getting to a a nightmare," said The amended ordinance must be statures does it authorize "a jail property taxes under Florida law.
in Administration Building on N. bills go out in November. Chairman Carter. approved by the commission, then assessment. An assessment would hit all 9,000
Temple Ave.Brooker Attorney Reggie Flynn broughtthe "What we need to do is get advertised for 30 days before the Starke commissioners last year county property owners.
city council meets Tues- proposed amended enabling or- something in gearin high gear," board can adopt it. Then the $35 indicated they may approve a Starke resident J.D. Kelly again
day June 12, at 7:30 p.m., in City dinance to the commission Monday, said Chairman Carter. assessment ordinance must be ap- smaller assessment. The county told commissioners the assessment
.Half., June 4, but the dates included ad- "Why don't you go on to something proved by each of the four must get its enabling ordinance into ordinance is not drawn according to
Hampton city council meets vanced the levy into 1991. The com else and table this...," asked attorney municipalities in the county for the line before approaching the guidelines set up in state statutes.
at in mission wants to levy this for Flynn. assessment to be collected Inside Cartel listened politely,
Tuesday, June 12, 7 p.m., City year municlpalties again, however. Chairman
Hall 1990. Flynn said he didn't realize the "We don't want to miss this municipal boundaries.The Residents opposing the $100 then asked Kelly: "You cot any opinion -
Bradford county commissioners board wanted to levy in 1990 and deadline. We can't le it go by," said county attempted to levy a $70 assessment filled the BHS on helping us make up this

mid-month meeting, Wednesday, back to the drawing board went the Chairman.,\ Carter, knowing the county assessment to operate the county auditorium last year. The measureis shortfall' "
June 13, at 7:30 p.m., in the Cour proposed amended ordinance. needs 'fie$315,000 to help fund thecounty's jail and $30 for the emergency commis- calculated to help pay for y"Thai's up li Mr. Farnsworth,"
services. Starke
thouse.. CPA Pat Farnsworth discovered approximate $1 million medical necessary nnhlir services, Even {Celly l repliedTighten .
Starke city council meets Tues- the date mix-up and he and attorney budget shortfall The$35 assessment sioners refused to approve the $70

day June 19, at 7:30 p.m., in City

Half Bradford,. County school board' ,* Down on Attendance, School Bd. Tells New Principal 1

meets Monday, June 25, at 7 p.m.
Bradford County zoning board A crackdown on attendance is set Ward and the School Board met for parking spaces so cars can be highway, "...is almost impossible to School Board Member Len Schlof-
wants to
meet Tuesday, June 26, at 7 p.m., at Bradford High School in the nearly two hours Monday night, assigned to a space. control." man Slop students; from going
in Starke City Hall. 1990-91 term. June 4, about the attendance problem
board meets Thursday The school board will have to find downtown for lunch in their cars, except
St.tike zoning Too students leave Bradford and how to remedy it,
', June 28, al 7 p.m., in Starke High by many car and on foot How to keep The school officials agreed there is money to build parking lots in a tight A mole slim'Imril aHeml.ime seniors who have that as a
City Hall. students in class is a major problem. a need for a positive program to im- budget, however.VT policy is desired by both the Ms privilege.
school attendance. They Director Ward warned thebotrd ministration and students, see Attendance..p.3A)
Newly appointed Principal prove
,. I Paula Steele, Vo-Tech Director Jim agreed there is a need for more the BHS campus, on a busy Steele told school board members.

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Aux. Installs

New Officers :

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By Joe Cissy
ICT Stall Wrlt.r
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary eI.T ,
installed Midge Frick as president
fur the coming year, at an Installa- .
tion and awards presentation din- '
ner, held at the First United i K\ + :
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall f
Monday evening, June 4 at 6:30. -, I .,
Other officers installed are: Elsie ..... I
Recder, 1st Vice-President, Betty I
Perry, 2nd Vice-President, Lucy 9. ... I
White, Recording Secretary: Evelyn j it / It.a t '"
Griffin, Corresponding Secretaryand Gw ..
Ada Reddish Treasurer. Linda t J.r ...I'r r
Johns is the immediate Past Presi- .
dent, and was Master of Hospital Auxiliary Officers Installed... \ ,/ ....

Ceremonies. Officers for Ute Bradford Hospital Auxiliary for the Frick; 1st Vice-President, Elsie Reeder; Treasurer A -r r rI
Eighty eight members were present year 1900-91 were Installed at an Installation and Ada Reddish; Recording Secretary Lucy White; Cor-
along with several guests,out of awards presentation dinner held at the Fellowship hail responding Griffin
Evelyn Past President,
a total membership of 108, Johns of the Methodist Church Monday, June t. Linda Johns. ; I I Gold Kist Recipient of May ImprovementAward.
reported. From Ml to right/ the officers ores President Midgeski
Treasurer Ada Reddish reportedthat ...
the booth at the fair this spring ,Wilma King, Beulah Moody,Liz Doctors Memorialized... ting goals accomplished tor the Manager John Smith of Gold Kist's farm service center located at the
grossed $7,346 and produced a net Nasworthy and Gerri Rodrigue. 400: year. Farmer's Market on US-301N receives the Chamber's May ImprovementAward
profit of$4,495. Mary Brown, Mary Gissy and Bobbi Five doctors who are now deceased "Changes are going on around us. from Dr. Rill Murchm rh.lrm.n..r '>." Improvement Award
Moore. and who were active in the early I don't know another industry that is Committee.
There are 14 Life Members, 7 days of the Bradford Hospital have changing as much as the health care Gold Kist has almost tripled the size of Its store and redecorated Inside.Planl .
Honorary Members 11 sustaining been memorialized by the auxiliary. Industry." she said, introducing are.to add a greenery area, says Manager Smith.
Money was donated to the hospitaland Hospital Administrator Jeannie
members and 61 active volunteers,
500 Dot Sherrill.600 Bell
: : Margaret in their
equipment bought Baker.
reported made award Bernadine presentations.The Early. who land Betty Perry. 700: Louise Mat- memory. Baker praised the auxiliary say- Flag Day Ceremonies Set at Legion Post Home
total I thews Atalyne, Rahn and Joyce Doctor Jack Barry was ing,"Many hospitals enjoy an active
members contributed
a will ceremonies.
American Post No. 56 ing appropriate
Riherd. ROO: Sharon Gaines and memorialized of Legion
by purchase an auxiliary but Bradford Hospital is a
of hours of service to the
7,409 hold at the Post
Mable NesSmith. 900: Jeanne Cor automated blood cuff. An flag day ceremonies
pressure small hospital that has a active
the and ad- very is invited to attend the
Hospital during an The public
year Home Edwards Road at 7
on ,
nell. 1,000: Ruth Merlie, Cleo Redding EKG machine in
was bought auxiliary she said. The number of
ditional hours of outside ac- ceremonies and having an
10,617 announcedPost anyone
and Leona Whitehead. on Flag Day June 14th,
1,300: of Ritch the hours
memory Dr. Tommy of in-hospital service is
said Early, who presented old they wish to dispose of may
tivity: Marg McRae. 1,400: Jane Trawick staff is Commander AI Rodrigue and flag
dining room being augmented by hours of outside
members. Four- many home at that
service pins to 47 Vice-Commander Charlie Schaefer.Old bring it by the post
and Delores Meng 1,500: Betty War redecorated in of Dr. A.Y. service
memory doing other things such as
member of the
remained in the
teen members same time,or give it to any
and flags that are soiled worn or
ren Mary Humphries. 1,600: Covington, Dr. Donald Chrisloffers screenings,she said.
bracket as last year. faded and are no useable for American Legion for proper
Sophie Kimutis. 1,700 Lucy White. is memorialized by purchase of a ..... _..nrt. will .loner'..... ..f dnn disposal.
1,800: Evelyn Griffin. 1,900: Ruth pulse oximeter and Dr. Lloyd Jenn- Mrs. Frick commented, "I think
Receiving pins this year are: Meng. 2,000: Betty Castell. 2,500: ings, by purchase of a you were desperate," (in choosing
For 100 hours service: Pauline Wilma Clark. 3,500: Kitty Chism. sigmoidoscope.Drs. her to be President). "You, the HEARINGThe
Oeschger and Dolly Spiers. For 200 4,000 Rose McConnell. 5,000 Elsie Barry and Ritrh were activein workers, are what makes NOTICE' OF PUBLIC
hours: Alice Anderson, Alice Brad- Reeder. 7,000: Wilmajean Linda organizing the first Bradfuid happen," she said in asking for help
dock, Toni Coss and Dorothy Emo. 7,500 Ada Reddish. 14,000 County Hospital, in 1954, said PastPresident and cooperation from the member- City of Hampton will conduct a
300 hours: Ada Allen Betty Da/In- Johns and 16,000 Bernadine Early. < Linda Johns, in recoun- ship for the coming year.TJrIPIH" .
public hearing on a proposed amendmentto

I Jack Rink Wins NSF the scope and budget of the current

Scholarshipearly Community Development Block Grant on

W. Jack Rink, of Tallahassee,who 1991 Rink will work with Dr. 1..0UJiGE Tuesday June 12,1990 at 7:00 p.m. in
will receive a doctorate from Rainer Grun at the University of ,
Florida State University this month, Cambridge in Cambridge, England. Keystone Heights, Hwy. 21 B City Hall. '
has received a NATO Postdoctoral Dr.Grun is widely recognized as the MellePRESENTS
Fellowship in Science and Engineering world's most skilled practitioner of
from the National Science Foundation electron spin resonance dating. His Saturday, June 9th Questions or comments should be
research involves studies of the light
Rink is a research assistant in the sensitivity of quartz from various 1st Show 9:00 Jackson| addressed to:
FSU) department of chemistry. His geological and archaeological con-
major professor for his doctoral texts. 2nd Show : until... Ms. Martha Williams, City Clerk

work is Dr. A.L. Odom, professor of Jacks father is William Rink of p fter City of Hampton
geology.In Starke, and is the stepson of Anita Free Dance
the fellowship, which begins in Rink, of Starke. concert. Admission $12.00 in Advance Post Office Drawer 250

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.,.. tion Monday, June, that both Chiefof truck, saying he knew of three trips
; ) .. !; Police M M. Jordan and the council made in filling n resident's pool.
; ; Officer$huford said he
''It!!" tlIifI1 ,." ,' approved providing written procedures was await-
.. .\
.." ""1'1'''/. for hiring and firing of of the incident, and that the resident
'1" 'f police personnel. paid Crouse for the hauling.
y. f' While the resolution falls short of Barber said no money was turned
t rf allowing the chief to hire police officers in to him.
f i it, does provide for his Impul Last year the Lawtey Council
as a member of a two-person review disbanded the County Volunteer
committee composed of the mayor Fire Department in Lawley, and
and chief. formed the Lawley Fire Depart
The review committee is charged ment bringing the facility into the
with reviewing applications, and the city's jurisdiction The fund main-
city council "shall make the final tained by the former volunteer
determination to reject or employany department was not transferred to
l applicant upon the recommendation the city, as envisioned by the council -
of the review committee." and apparently continues to ex-
The resolution,written by City At- ist. Chief Crouse did not attend the
torney Johnny Hobbs with input by meeting.
Lawtey Policeman Ray Shuford, Rosier asked for the Fire Depart-
'kI outlines minimum requirements for ment to be placed under the chair-
consideration. Including the ap li- manship of a councllmember
cant's meeting minimum police similar to other departments in the

standards prior law enforcement city.Mayor
training and/or experience, medical Scott agreed, and appointed
examination, drug or alcohol addiction himself to chair facility.
physical and manual skills required
\ It for police work and other Big Payments Due...

criteria, A discussion ensued concerningthe
wisdom of purchasing an $85,000
Committee Reports fire truck. Rosier defended the deci-
Commissioner Delbert Jordan sion,saying $30,000 has been paid on
'J' """ .,"" -" .. 4'F chairman for Streets Department, the vehicle, and "some day it will be
tt w' 4' for and be to have
l said the department has moved into paid you'll glad
the end of the old Wharf recently It.
vacated by the Department of Cor- No action was taken, but Coun-
rections, and needs to purchase an cilman Emmitt Bright voiced his
air conditioner and heater. displeasure in making $10,000
: o' New SE Park... Mayor Robert Scott said the city's year payments for the next live
coffers are low on funds and "We years.Bright.
Starke Elementary students need to go slow on spending." finance chairman, said,
gathered round May 24 to dedicate a Chief Jordan complained about "We're on shaky ground in the
: ; new park under an oak tree which was red the financial situa-
:* the county being slow in sending fine concerning
bushes and
formerly Just shubbery. the townis
and forfeiture funds, but City Clerk tion of the town indicating
Now students can enjoy lunch In overdrawn In bank account.
Earl Barber produced advice a
h K
t the shade outside tin cafeteria after
Scott said $14,000 -
1t1 memorandums showing the county Mayor a payment
the sponsored by the SE Student
project the water will be due
is up to date in payments and sent a on plant
Council. check in excess of $9,000 a few days soon as will a $10,000 payment on
Roadrunner Park is located betweenthe the fire truck.

i a office and lunch room. Four picnic ago.The council. advised Barber to ap- Rosier pointed out that the city
i I I t..blcsVere purchased from Sunshine ply for membership in Sams Dis- continues to be in sound financial
pal Industries. The Roadrunner sign was
condition with amount of
count House a discount retailer in a large
made by Debra and Rick Stephens.
invested in certificates of
Jacksonville, in hopes of purchasingitems money
"The students worked hard to make
but current
at lower prices. deposit, expenditures
J "
this a special place said Guidance outstrip income.
: Counselor Melba Johnson.
Meters Not Read...
Plans to brick the area will be for a Jordan's Suit...
future Student Council. Principal Commissioner Rosier,
= Dewey McKinney praised the 89-90 who heads the Water Department, Attorney Hobbs reported that he
s# t #n r Ar } Student Council for completing the complained that Meter Reader and Attorney Gene Shaw, who
project saying he'll always have a Barry Watts evidently did not read represents Chief Jordan in a suit
special place In his heart for the 89-90 water meters last month, and probably regarding the payment of qualifyingfees
group. not the month before either, have met and discussed the

Members of the SE Student Councilare and the billings were estimates. case.
Shaw recommended the city institute -
Commissioner Laura Harris
(1-r) Emily Hartley Lindsay
rF : hJ1M:1'TIlj1fi.9iC Woodfin. Darrick Page Sekennla Bell. reported that past due water bills a retirement policy, Hobbs
said but the two did not discuss a
Drew Wainwright Mitchell Ames are not being collected with some ,
settlement of the suit, nor is a retire-
Sarika Patel. Crystal Melvin. patrons owing $120 or more. Un-
Guidance Counselor Melba Johnson collected past due water bills exceed ment policy tied in any way to a set- i
in rear. $5,000, according to figures mentioned tlement. :
in the meeting. Rosier said he is interested in :

'.-, . .. ... -- ...; Rosier moved to.ha.ve the cleft, In-, discussing a retirement Plli tiinq"tf1&\ :

(' \ : ., ,J'. .... .,,,.... ,....... ..."" .. ... I .e..a ... H. ,.t 1 1form I Watts,to_eut-Off delinquent ty employees afford\ $uttQesft at this' time;-. i
l JAUO3 J ,-X..Y-ir"? .. ......r.-.....w'....v r', ,.,,.,...'-. .c.-r-. f .........., .......V w ter patrons and to enforce a $3 city Hobbs can said the one city will not be f
c l-off charge and a $3 reconnect
I Attendancefrom charge added to the bill prior to cut- hostage to a setlemenl of the suit bya
ting water back on. The motion also demand to implement" a retirement
( 1A) provides for each water bill to be system.
page paid in full, prior to reconnecting. The council told Barber to set up a
Station a BHS administrator at There is a serious need to lock cars control attendance. Parents who School Board Member Evelyn Partial payments will not be ac- workshop with a representativefrom
the Handy Way on SR-16 to steer inside parking lots, said Ms. Steele, talk to him favor that, Watson said. Chastain suggested a policy to cepted, according to action taken by the Florida League of Cities.
students back to campus. a move that would restrict cars going Schlofman pointed out that if the abolish corporal punishment. Both the council in approving the motion The League deals in retirement
Make Adkins Street on the south off campus. Designated parking BHS principal acts according to Ms. Steele and Director Ward said unanimously.Rosier systems.
side of BHS, one way. would allow school officials to know school policy the school board will they'd like to retain the option to also moved to require Fire Hobbs said some of the problems
Put speed bumps on Washington who had left campus. Ms. Steele said back the administrator up. paddle, although both said they try Chief Bill Crouse to obtain a pur- faced by the city stem from the loss
Street, on the north side of BHS to she has been in touch with someone Board Chairman Jimmy Scott not to paddle students. chase order prior to making pur- of documents by the city leadlmg
slow traffic. City officials have who can provide a picture ID card asked Ms. Steele to layout suggested chases for the fire station. Rosier to make a motion requiring
refused to allow speed bumps for students. parking lots for the board to study. Clerk Barber reported that someone that all ordinances and resolutions
because it is against state law. "Everyone, students Included, Ms. Steele also suggested going to Principal Jesse Moore has a policyof called and asked the city to be recorded in the office of the coun-
Schlofman congratulated Ms. want more structure," said Ms. nine week grading periods, rather not paddling students. Teachers pay $900 for fire hoses ordered by ty clerk In the Bradford Courthouse

Steels on being appointed BHS prin- Steele. than the current six weeks, but said have authority to paddle,however if rSJrlrJrJfJ.Jrtrlrl,if if if>fif if'Jrt rtfIf If If If If If If If If if If If if if If if If!
cipal, then asked for her sugges School Board Member James Wat- teachers would have to notify of they follow the rules of having a S ti
son,suggested fencing the campus to failures during the grading period. witness. Sis,

tions.Gasoline Sorry that couldn't be with you on L:

:'" tfjis special occasion, but know that I .

: : am there with you in my heart. :
(from page IA) authority to do so. the Soil and Water District. Schools, $10,000 for Soil and Water : : fl Congratulations on your High School g

growth and strain on services,"says The legislature approved the con- Union County fared somewhat bet Conservation, and $1 million for new Graduation. I am proud of you and I ;:
the Times-Union. struction with for Mental Health Residential juvenile .
of 9,476 new prison beds, ter, $200,000 emergency
State workers are slated to receive ) "with several counties vying for one management, $200,000 Union County treatment center. !. love you very much. Good Luck. .
a 3 percent raise and school of the new facilities. .
teachers may receive up to 6 percent Love, Your Brother s'

on the local Bradford County is in line for t Richard S
school boar willingness to increase $436,307 in state funds, with $26,307 uuauuuUUUUUU"UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDAD
ad valorem taxes. The ; for energy conservation, $400,000 for I
legislature gave school boards the BHS Gym renovation and$10,000 for Double Qfe

I 15 Feet Divides City, SFCC GI

On Rosenberg Building Gift 'K 'tii t_ __

By Buster Rahn Brown Building, between the } ..' .
ICT Staff Writer ,Rosenberg Building and the '
Starke Councilmen were told :railroad,was purchased with$45,000in
TuesdaY June 5,that Santa Fe Community -! .city funds. The city razed the ,0'T iSaveij
ollege Endowment Fund is Brown Building, and permitted the
not interested in title to the! ,Starke Kiwanis Club to build a "Kid $1199 $iop
Rosenberg Building unless the city; die Park" on the site, with the I - .

also includes 15 feet on which the understanding the equipment may Free tMtGauta.trwbcNy
former Gerald Brown Building have to be moved if the city finds Gift. Free 170hmph 32a.ngiM

stood. another use for the property. The _ ((5119.91.wtall.dI I tyiiMly. 12 il I.
City Attorney Terence Brown said, 'Kiwanis Club does not have a lease. Mod 432 rowe Blown' .
Coordinator of the Santa Fe Endow- Silcox says he doesn't understand qrI TkDesertDufE Makeover 0 J
ment Fund Harvey Sharron told him I, ;,why the endowment fund is adamantin I I I
informally that the building is unacceptable wanting the lot, which is only lblusvY>r
without the additional land '!about 15 feet wide. The remainder of
and that SFCC President, Dr. Larry' the lot east of the Rosenberg Mole Norman Cosmetic Lesson I II
W.Tyree confirmed Sharron's state-, Building is CSX railroad property, a
ment. City commissioners seem portion of the 200 foot righ-of-way I Purchase 9t X99S99
reluctant to give away property pur-1' owned by CSX. Part of the Brown
Sunwashed colors and I Come in for a free
chased with taxpayer money.The city :Building was on railroad
has agreed to deed the SFCC Endowment as is part of the building Propert3'1 skin care necessities are summer makeover with

Corp. 30 feet on the north 'St.,owned by Freeman Register III, I inside Desert Duffel.There's I Painted Desert ColorsThey'll (5119.19IIIIMII.d)
your (
side of the building, part of the says Bill Weldon city operations ( tt ww W.d)
,31tc wgln
original Rosenberg property. But 13 ,Manager. I Taupe Suede cool you in Rose- 2-gch,22a M Mycl* MilJ.nwrft.J
feet on the east side of the building Is Weldon says the city parking lot eyeshadow Sheer Tint petal, Blue Suede and 17 wnl.0 >II cvttmj *tutMMtk
'retention the north side of ( twrota.tk \
the holdup now. pond on
I Foundation Ultra Lip Violet Haze or warm you S.AtaM 1Gw tdl..ec.
.Mayor Vernon Silcox 'said he the property is on railroad right-of- .
visited SFCC supporter Guy l An- way. CSX gave the land permission I Protector and'ibtal Body I up to the Mesa tones of I Mall. h lo.n.. H dvltk'Poulcm -dutyndd.t

drews Monday evening June ...' |to use the strip of adjacent to Moisturizer.We have one Khaki, Frosted Turquoise 111 Tsl at..r .W.iy1$sly 13.4 N..
discussing the property on the eastside i the parking ,lot for the retention I
173 TriattMr
of the Rosenberg Building on I gift per customer while and Peach Lily. I II

which the Brown Building was 'me six months'ag the city our supplies last. I
located. Silcox said Andrews indicated I council voted to transfer title of the I I II1ERLE
the endowment fund is interested Rosenberg Building/ to ,the State PRO
in obtaining the additional ,Preservation! Board, with the InomRn'I I
property from the city. Silcox said understanding it would dispose of
he told Andrews that SFCC can use I the building, either to SFCC endowment STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
the 15 feet, but Silcox won't support I fund or some other,eligible 118 S. Thompson St. ,
transferring title. 'recipient, and the two year countdown I Starke FL 438 S.Walnut St. Starke 539 E.Call St. Starke

The city came Into possession of i would begin. 964-8568 9645745'hr

both properties during the downtown Buildings on the Historic Register L 964-7355 (_sibyh.lss........-.......-.......IIA Itnl.A....... .. .....MM-"Iy
renovation project,'' with the as is the Rosenberg Building, must ,_ _.......... n.r Md1..d.d d..ws n.yt..rtkt.a...If w_..l.O.dw..a. _at.tla 0.t.ds.11404)
......, _.. ... ... ....
Rosenberg Building being purchased be retained for a minimum of two,. / 1 '"S."SI L..ws t_. Wo p. a.d.4.d. NM .
for $60.000 In grant funds., The I year before being razed.



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'1I1t<<,JA TELEGRAPH June<<,1. !!
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Editorials'People I It's Open Season for Hurricanes; :j I

vs. Money'Is Hope for the Best; Prepare for Worst .;

The Hurricane Season officially open- The breaking of the main dike at
ed Friday, June 1, and it's time to Moore Haven loosed flood waters from
Theme of ChilesMacKayLawton follow the Boy Scout motto, "Be Florida May Play Lake Okeechobee onto the town, covering -
Prepared" although few of us will "Catch-Up" This streets to a depth of 12 to 14 feet,and
heed the warning, until it'a too late, if a flooding houses entirely in the, lower
big blow ever comes this way again. By Hurricane SeasonBy sections of town. Six feet of water rush-
Chiles scored heavily with his over them, because we (the team of the law of averages, it probably will. the law of averages Florida la ed over the Miami causeway, which is

people versus money" theme in a Chiles and MacKay) don't owe a thing tothem" In his Sunday column, Bill Foley of : past due for some serious hurricanes normally six to ten feet above water.

gloves-off debate with Bill Nelson in their the Florida Times-Union recalls the and William Gray, professor of atmospheric Don Hoover, son of Starke
first '90 confrontation in great hurricane of 1928 that crashed In- science at Colorado State Frank Hoover
Campaign In a recent editorial The Tallahassee photographer was
University, feels that the State Is a
Tallahassee last week. Democrat said: to Palm Beach County on a Sunday "sitting duck" during the current visiting his brother, Cyrus, in Miami as
after it had
afternoon (September 16) the hurricane struck. As soon as he was
This sparring contest, with blows that "As Governor and Lieutenant Governor already devastated Puerto Rico. season because it got off so lightly able, he wrote his family saying:
during the past 25
were sometimes glancing, and other Chiles and MacKay would bring Foley describes how the howling Gray predicts at years.least seven hur- "Cyrus and I are still on earth and

times almost below-the-belt, brought outa great change in Florida. For starters, storm smashed the southeast coast and ricanes in the Atlantic region this unhurt. As the winds increased we

crowd of 1600, the largest turnout in the they would actually confront the host of coursed across the sawgr ass to Lake year due largely to increased rainfall backed his Essex sedan in front of the
Okeechobee, "smashing dikes like toys in West Africa. He there is a door that we thought was going to blowin
history of the Tiger Bay says
politically savvy serious, complicated problems that face and causing unprecedented death and .strong relationship between Increased set the brakes and blocked the
( our growth-strangled state. destruction', Migrant workers in the rainfall In the West African Sahel wheels with stone so it sould stay in

Both participants were fairly evenly "But more important could be the Everglades huddled helplessly in shan- belt and hurricanes in the Atlantic front of the door and protect It. About 2
way ties barely able to stand..unprotected Ocean. a.m. the lights went out, trees began to
matched, with Nelson looking youthfuland they choose to get there." and alone as the storm lashed the Beside the seven hurricanes, he blow down and windows blow in. I was

combative, and Chiles looking Chiles has promised the people that he southeast corner of the lake." predicts a total of 11 storms of at trying to hold one of the doors when it
statesmanlike and blew In me with it.Finally the
displaying a quick will limit his campaign contributions to The towns of Pahokee, Belle Glade least tropical-storm intensity, and a ,carrying
wind to less violent and at
sense of humor. and Canal Point were literally washIaway ;;; hurricane destruction potential grow
$100 and he is a man who it just about But 15
per person of 90.An bas- 5:30 was gone.
rating season,
with estimated loss of average
When Nelson queired Chiles concerning strives an 2,000 minutes later it started again and fora
to his
keep promises. To do this he flood victims who drowned or were kill- ed on long-term analysis has six up
he role that his (Chiles') running mater will have to overcome the dominance of ed by falling trees or collapsing homes. hurricanes with a destruction potential little while seemed to blow just about

+Buddy MacKay, would play in a Chiles the dollar in Florida politics, and the de- This killer storm rating of 76. twice as hard as the first time.
was preceded just
administration Gray said that this "When this went to lit
thife retired Senate meaning negative advertising that year was over we a
two by the hurricane of 1926
veteran, with a., !night face, said dollars have made the trademark of low- which struck the East Coast in the favor equatorial more stratospheric intense Atlantic winds hur-will tle stone house another in hurricane Lemon City as it was the
reported was on
MacKay would enjo'"a greater role than road politics.The Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. This one ricane activity. He admits that his way. It did not come, so Cyrus and I
Bob Martinez did under Mac caused extreme excitement and anxiety projections for the 1989 season werea went to look up the Motts and found
Democrat thinks "Well-known
: here because of the large number of
bit off. four
Stepanovich. He predicted only them o.k. Then we went to the beach to'
seasoned leaders like Chiles local people who were working In these
and MacKay while there actually were seven. look for Mitch Edwards. Did not find
Developing his all-important anti-big have the credibility to launch such a bold two cities during Florida land boom him, but later learned that he Is all
money theme, Chiles referred to it as attack. and days. It was of such widespread Interest Neither I have
Competence courage are here that The Telegraph published right. Cyrus nor a cent: -
"the root of all evil" in politics, as well as words that describe Chiles and MacKay. one of the few extras editions that it The aewa coming out from Miami our money blew away with out clothes.

in matters of high finance, adding that his Courage would be a welcome innovationin has printed during its 111 years of was horrifying: 38,000 people homeless But we have some grub and plenty"of

election would be "a mandate to turn this Tallahassee affairs. But competencemay publication.On the morning of Monday and 2,000 dead, Injured, or missing; drinking water, so we'll be all right.'

government upside-down and give it back be the most exciting new ingredientthey Sept. 20, 1926, The Telegraph appeared i property damage estimated at $125 Most of the damage done by hur-
on the streets with box-car headlines million kill looters ricanes in the Bradford County area
10 the people' To show his on ; police shooting to in
sincerity would bring back to Florida govern- announcing the tragic disaster that the devasted business district.. during this century has resulted from
he money-evil question, he is sticking ment. devastated Miami over the weekend. flooding rather than winds. There has
'ith his $100 limit on all campaign con- not been serious damage in this area in
"Among his many accomplishments in Stories of death and destruction continued Starke Mayor Comer L.Peek Issued a
:ibutions. Chiles still has faith that 26 years, since Dora dumped 15 Inches '
to be related by refugees arriv-
call for contributions for the stricken
'nough people will come to his support to Washington, Chiles brought Florida's ing in Jacksonville on the first trains area..the Starke National Guard unit of rain in a four-day period in 1964. :

'name him to compete with the millions government-in-the-sunshine laws to the able to leave the stricken area. With spent the night In the armory, waiting Florida has also escaped really serious :

''hat Nelson is gathering from well-heeled federal government, which was no easy communication cut off, Bradford Coun- to be called to the stricken area..one hurricane damage for about two I I
:ontributors.With undertaking. He also served as the ty residents eagerly awaited each pieceof member was placed in jail under a decades, so the law of averages may
Senate's budget chairman, one of the news that might tell them whether 25-day sentence for failure to report to break our lucky streak any time now. If
their friends and relatives were still it does, there will be major
political revolution in the wind all most duty.
responsible positions in
alive. catastrophes on the east and/or west
iver the globe Chiles cited the current
Washington. coasts, where a million or more new
.ituation in Eastern Europe and The storm had begun on a Friday Bradford County Tax Assessor E.W. residents have crowded into these
elsewhere, implying that the United "While serving in the Florida night with winds raging until 7 a.m. Hayes received a wire Monday morn- areas. It is said that 80 percent of these G
States should set high standards for the Legislature MacKay led bitter fights to when things quieted down and residents ing from his brother saying: "Moore newcomers have never experienced a
reform worker's compensation laws and thought the worst was over- but it was Haven swept away. My fam'and S.S. major hurricane and it will be next to
many countries now turning from dic- obtain lower auto yet to come. The lull proved to be only Dowling's safe." Mr. Dow ng, then impossible to evacuate everyone from
tatorship to democracy. We cannot do insurance rates. He the "eye" of the storm, and one hour teaching in Moore Haven, was a long- coastal areas and barrier Islands in
this by showing them that the power of won many awards as "most valuable"legislator later the winds became more powerfulthan time, respected principal of Bradford time to prevent major disasters in casea

money is stronger than the power of the in the House of Represen- before. High School. Hugo should strike the peninsula. I

people.In tatives. I II

contrast to those candidates who depend The Democrat concluded its editorial
with the statement: "Lawton Chiles and
on from powerful PACs and
money l1ut?
Bud4x.MacKay; : can return the kind of
ther questionable sources, Chile???: Drugs Out' of Business Program
leclared that" winningtheeleeWw.... responsible government and leadership
'"J> i r.l i i i ,t, i. ,vii8 I lTr9 b.k":
without depending on special interest fo'Xa'DISli aele':that; Floridians: came to /; i I, Wfl

honey would allow his administration to tion.expect" prior to the present .administra- .1 Explained to Starke RotlUyCl'tiH' '""' .'''wo..I

?come under them, around them, or even I

The enormous cost to American As many as 23 percent of all U.S. A recent survey of drug users who
businesses from drug-abusing workers use dangerous drugs on the sought help in regard to their drug
employees was described to Starke job. habits revealed that: 75'' percent said
E New fees Rotarians they had used drugs on the 64
state taxes last week by Joanne Sawyerwho Cocaine deaths doubled from 1981 to lob; per-
with her husband, Charles, a 1985 and deaths attributable to drug cent admitted drugs had versely af-

This Is list of tax and fee from for Jacksonville propane gas dealer, are overdoses increased by 93 percent from fected their job performance; 44 per-
y ? a major fees now range $1 to $5 called "Put cent said
Who\ heading a campaign Drugs they sold drugs to other
1979 to 1983. More than $110 billion Is
:: Increases approved by the Florida those services.
of Business" which has attracted
Out employees; and 18 percent said they
::. The D.< subRENTAL CARS A $1.50 Increase grossed annually from the Illegal sale
Legislature. :reases are : national attention.Ms. of drugs In the U.S. had stolen from co-workers in order to
:: ject to review and potential veto by In the 50 cents a day tax on support their habits.
Sawyer cited an annual cost of
=: .the) governor. rental cars. $60 billion to the business community Drug-abusing employees incur 300 Ms. Sawyer, who has won several
:: Said CIGARETTE TAXES: A 9.9-cent! TITLE FEE:A $21 Increase In the from drug abuse among its employees."This percent higher medical costs and awards for her work with the "Put

3 increase In the 24-cent-a-pack state $3 title fee for vehicles. Is a 30 percent increase in only benefits, and are five times more likely Drugs Out of Business" program was
:; tax' GASOLINE TAX 4 cent hike InS three years," the speaker said. to be involved in an accident off the job, introduced at Rotary by her father,
DOC STAMP TAX A 17-cent Inthe state's 9.7-cents-a-gallon gas which affects their attendance or per- T.H. Slade, who is president of Slade
Charles then of the
Sawyer, president
r :No crease In the 15-cent documentary tax for 49 counties. The state tax Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, formance on the job. Transport, Inc. in Starke.

:3! stamp tax on transactions Involving would be slightly less In 15 counties conceived the idea of open war on drugs
mortgages bonds and other f1nsnhat have local-option gas taxes of a in the market place, after one of his

:; dial notes. nickel a gallon or less. employees, while "stoned" on drugs Letters to the Editor I
TAX A 50 cent InSALES TAX ON GASOLINE: A turned over a truck loaded with propane

I NewPORTFOLIO per $1,000 of value 12-cent-per-gallon increase In gas gas.Fortunately, no gas was spilled -

; financial portfolios. purchases, resulting from Increasing but the accident resulted in Sawyer "The Big Black Chair" authorities make a few dollars more on
:: The exemption for married couples, the state sales tax on gas purchases developing an anti-drug program titled Editor the deal?
b Power The name was Telegraph:
:: however. Is expanded from $20,000 from 5 t 3 It would also
tp percent. It's
eventually changed to "Put Drugs Out The a fact, of course, Florida has its
legislature and
:: people in
I to $200,000. affect diesel fuel sales. of Business" and is promoted by an general, feel they have the death penalty. But not just for
Taxes? CAR REGISTRATION FEE: A booklet that murderers but for ordinary citizens as
AVIATION FUEL TAX A 1.2- anti-drug policy was Electrocution In the 'big black chair'.-
: $295 charge on cars and trucks regcent hike,In the 5.7-cents-a-gaIton adopted and followed by hundreds of the death penalty. well. Everybody "out there" runs a bet-
istered for the first time In the ter chance of killed
; state state aviation fuel Jacksonville businesses and others na- getting than a killer
:: that did not pay a Florida sales tax tionwide. The successful program was Most of the public want it. There Is,of does of get Ing the chair. In general
LOCAL GAS TAXES A potential'Increase
: Hocus-Pocus when purchased. : featured in Charles Kurault's "SundayMornlllg" course, one way it works. "If you fry aguy. everyday public life, the average
:2 Dominocus NEW WHEELS' TAX A $70 Inn up' to 7 cents a gallon In program several months he's not going to do It again". But citizen gets the death penalty five or six
3 Attention Readers crease In the $30 "new wheels" tax focal gas (i taxes under a law that in using the big black chair, what the times a day. But not by State execution,
: would Impose a uniform local gas tax ago.Among State is omitting the televising of executions only by automatic weapons and/or
3: If you can make any on cars and trucks added to thestate's rate by 199?. other figures cited by Ms. and perhaps a few prison drugs.
3::: sense out of this roads. The ta In
excludes replacement Sawyer her talk at Rotary were: commercials. not let
Why the
5: gobble-de-gook tax vehicles, where registrations SCHOOL TAXES: A 3Ocent In
You hear, read, and see violence on
J. program, please transferred from crease per $1,000 of non-exempt
are existing TV most every day, and somewhere out
K write us a letter not cars or trucks. property value In local-option school there
right now, some intoxicated per-
y over 1,000 words in
B plaining the exCORPORATE FILING: A 75 per taxes. Forestry Bradford CountyIps son behind the wheel of his vehicle will
:3: plainable.: : unex- cent Increase In corporate filing fees. TUITION HpE| : A 10 percent tu- take another life, only because he's

::5: Please elaborateS LIQUOR, WINE TAXES A 10-( ition hike for Florida university students Bark Beetle Infests Pine Trees bored. Will it be his first time? Or
t and 20 I Increase for possibly a routine M.O.? There are all
: on: who got cent! tax on each ounce of liquor and percent
S soaked..who's going 4 ounces of wine sold In bars and out-of-stata students attending a 8y Stan Shepard sorts of articles you could think up on

E! broke..who: got off restaurants. Beer sold for consumpFlorida university. A 25 percent fee this topic.

=g: the hook..and who tion on premises, would be taxed at Increase for students attending professional Spring has arrived and so have those adults severs the tree's nutrient This is but one of them. \
S got caught with their schools pesky Insects-like mosquitoes and transport systems. Equally damagingto
an additional( cents per 12 ounces. graduate Including R.D. Russ Evans
u-know-whats insect the the tree is the of the watertransport )
?: down. law and medical students yellow flies. An of concern to plugging
TRUST FUNDS: A 7 percent service P.O. Box 66&,Starke
:; And all this mixed homeowner and the forest landowner, system by bluestain fungi,
:::: goulash in a futile at- I charge on state trust funds. COMMUNITY COLLEGES: 19)) the Ips Bark Beetle, has also arrived.No which are introduced Into the tree by

.; tempt to avoid the INSURANCE TAXES: An InA 5 percent Increase for community insect Is more deadly to Florida's the adult bark beetles. Alumni
:;; Governor's T-word crease In some Insurance taxes, incollegstudent f fees.POLLUTION pine trees than the Ips Bark Beetle. Infested trees In a commercial stand Association Expresses,
;V: (TAXES) Just before eluding Increasing the 3 percent 'CONTROL FEE:: They are about a quarter-inch long, should be subjected to a sanitation Appreciation for Help
5: an election. It can't charge or>surplus lines and Independently An additional 50 cent fee for license brownish to black in color and have a salvage removal cut. Infested trees are
'' be done, even with procured Insurance policies to tag for flat indentation on their rear that helps felled and the bark peeled off and burn Editor, Telegraph:
': blue smoke and mir 5 purchases air-pollution con Identify them. These bark beetles are ed.Then the trees are cut Into merchan- I
rors. percent trol. attracted to pine trees that are weakened .table length and sprayed with an ap- The Bradford High School Alumni
TAG, LICENSE FEES: Raising TAX ON UTILITIES:An Increase and stressed from factors such as proved Insecticide. After the merchan- Association wishes to express our ap-

the lee for replacement tags, dupllto 2.5 percent, by July 1992, In the lightning strikes,bark and root damage table Umber removed, burn or spray preciation and thanks to all alumni,
.:;; cats driver's.licenses and replace- gross receipts tax on utility services. on construction sites and drought or a the unused slash.Homeowners senior parents, sponsors, who
:s: ment driver's licenses to $10. The The tax Is now 1.5 percent. combination of stress factors. should spray Infested decorated and helped with the "Family
,::.: pines with an approved Insecticide and Senior Banquet" of 1990.
.- What we the indications of an Ips remove the trees at a later date. It is
a bark beetle? discoloration We wish to thanks to
x (Reprint f om ttuincHvllle Sun) Foliage Important to also spray nearby high give special
needle color changes from green to risk unlnfested treat 29'M-otect them. Harry Hatcher, Donald Falcon, and
,: A yellow to red to brown. Small Tumps of from attack. I J ,\ their staff from Western', Steer
reddish-orange pitch will be present on The best way to pfavenLIp*bark bee- Steakhouse for the wonderful food and a
lid, as ADFO o cof tree trunks or branches. Reddifh-N tle attacks Is through stress prevention.Most good Job done. To Diane Snow Sylvia
o ) : orange boring dust wiU caught In beetle Infestations are associatedwith Underhill Junior Servers and Floor
bark crevices or leaves undergrowth UI'root injury Incurred during Hostesses for a superb job In'Herving
f KIM iligraP4 plants. *- construction of sidewalks, driveways ,and caring for our guests. Congratulations -
Death of a pine tree results from the patio, foundations,utility trenches and on the retirement of Charles Francis -
:: Ips bark beetle boring through the outer drainage fields or (2) soil fill practices and Lennard Register for their str-
:: CiT ION 101 0.MIGUSON JOHN, M.MIUII bark and into the inner bark and outer- to raise or lower land form. Trees with vices and contribution to the education
P..n.h. .-. most sapwood. The female beetles con- loss of root or Impaired root function' system of Bradford County
s: ,Published each Thundery and: ntarorl on Second Claw Mat" at ". struct long egg galleries, depositing, are at high risk of infestation by Ips I
Again, thanks to all who helped.] ;
the .
Post Offlc
at Slak FIoIIda.ndeI Act ol March 3. 1 S79.Sutttttlpllon eggs along the sides of the tunnel.After bark beetle. '

h1e".,"-<1306 (!al.In Trade Area %\*00 pw year: (ft CO la month emerging from the eggs,the larvae tunnel -' For more Information about j forest insects DalbBrownytesidentVirginia
i ';I, fO OfnwM A.SlCllke.nanda Oulide Trod Aiaa $15 CO per yea, 18 SO..month in the same tissue as the adult contact the County Forester at Darby Eula Mae SmithtiuvisWardchairpernana
beetles. The tunneling/ of larvae and 964-6280. ext. 219. ,



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Class of 1950 Gathers for First Time in 15 Years...
Members of the Class of 1950 of Bradford High School gathered In the Stanley Wolfe Delores McKnight Koretz. Marian McRae Conner, and
Bradford fairgrounds building Saturday afternoon and night. May 19. teachers Delia Rosenberg and V.R. Ferguson.
Delores McKnight Koretz who came from New Hampshire traveled Standing: Jackie Rouse Crews,Doris Norman Smith Marycille Darley
the most miles to get to her class reunion. Georgia Standley Wolfe has Bennett Jimmy Crosby Jack Wainwright, Owen Mills, Betty Long Edwards
been married the longest 43 years. Betty Long Edwards has the most ,Sharon Sapp Elland Carl Carter Eugene Mead, Jimmy Godwin,
grandchildren 10. Elizabeth Crawford Pierce Richard Crosby Jean Parker Misner,
Attending the reunion, the first in 15 years were (l-rt Rudolph Prevatt Grace Dickinson Searle. Charles Cooley Catherine
Seated on floor: Charles Johns, Jack Eaves Ray Grlffis Paul Carter, Gainey Vanchoff Harry Green. Principal Charles Partin who came up
Jimmy Lee, Glenn Conner, Bob Stefanelll. from Lakeland and Clayton Strickland.
Second row, seated: Rebecca Brown Wise Manez Dodd Priest Joyce Eighteen members of the claM did not attend. The reunion committee
_Newsome_ Donwody JoAnn Dlnklns Stith. Esther Shuford Hall Georgia was Grace Searle. Esther Hall, Carolyn Eaves and Harry Green.

t. t. fR y i Bridal Shower Held

T p t.,,1 f,,. 'A1.W Parties Honor Wedding Couple, Bride-to-Be For Janet Janet Montgomery MontgomeryMiss was

honored at a miscellaneous bridal
1 t Rehearsal Dinner Guests enjoyed their buffet dinner covered with a lace cloth and shower at the home of the Stump
: and homemade ice cream in the centered with a silk floral arrange sisters Saturday May 19, from 2-4
For Gissy-Biggs recreation room. The couple was ment. The cake was made by Mrs. The home was decorated with
+ Held May 25 presented with a barbecue grill and Rhoda Wainwright and decorated in beautiful roses.The dining table hada
all the accessories as a memento of Lisa's wedding colors of peach and of
large arrangement roses and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy gave a the occasion. teal. The gift table was centered filled with of cake
plates finger
rehearsal dinner on May 25 at 6 40 with bride adorned
p.m. Approximately guests enjoyedthe a terracotta doll sandwiches, mints nuts and punch.
prior to the wedding of their son, affair. Hosts and hostesses were with seed pearls antique lace and After Miss Montgomery and her
Michael and bride-elect Sonja Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Chappell Mr. satins. mother greeted the guests she
Biggs. and Mrs. Jim Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Guests enjoyed a variety of finger ed her gifts and they were displayedon open-
The informal buffet was held out- Dewey McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. foods cake and punch. Followingthe tables on the porch. The hostess
doors at the residence of Jodie and Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Kathy Norman opening of gifts refreshmentswere gift was a food with all the
Karen Johnson 1718 N.W. 10th Ave., Judge and Mrs. George served as guests mingled.Miss attachments. processor
:. Gainesville.The Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell received many beautifuland Hostesses were Mrs. Nelle

.....#.'J11t ., tables were covered with light Winkler. appropriate gifts. She was Ahrhart, Mrs. Patti Connelly, Mrs.
0 blue cloths with
.. h. ; -- a large arrangement presented with a casserole serving Jeanne Cornell,Mrs.June Edwards,
., of white snapdragons, blue piece from her chosen pattern by the
Mrs.Jane ,Mrs. Griffin
Gay Evelyn
Mr.&Mrs.Len Eaves iris monti casino carnation baby Lisa Mitchell GuestAt hostesses. Mrs. Naomi Herres Mrs. Harriett
breath and white latrice.
pompom Bridal ShowerMiss
Holtzendorf Mrs. Lucile Stick Miss

Donna L. Moody, Len Eaves gifts The to bride their and attendants groom presented followingthe Lisa Mitchell, bride-elect of son Lillian and Stump Mrs. Lila Mrs.Rae Marjorie Yawn.Thom-

rehearsal. Assisting in serving David Williams, Jr., was the -
Wed Saturday, May 26 and preparing the food was Karen honoree at a bridal shower held at i9
Johnson, Cindy Merrilus Brenda Starke Elementary School on May
Congratulations Cindyon
First United! Methodist Church in Starke was the setting May 26 for the Gissy Denise Cahoon and Kathy 23. ,
marriage of Donna Lenore Moody daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Norman. Hostesses for the occasion were
Wesley Moody Jr.of Lake Butler to Len Eugene Eaves son of Mr. and Vera Adams Edna Allen, Linda Al- a job well done.
Mrs Andrew J. Eaves III of Starke. Cookout Honors day, Betty Ann Chapman, Donna
The 4 p.m. nuptials were performed by.Rev. Dwight McQueen assistedby Bridal CoupleSonja Gruen Linda Hewett Cathy ;% We are all proud of you.
John Matt Early of Mobile, AL, great uncle of the groom. Milliard, Janet Kimutis, June Lee
Miss Krlsty Johns, organist Mrs.Drew Reddish, pianist and Joey Her- Biggs and Michael Gissy Sherry Prevatt, Ernestine Register
res and Esther Hardy, soloists presented a program of nuptial music. were honored at a cookout on May Geraldine Tomlinson, Marie Thorn- Love Forever
Filling the altar area were baskets of large palms the altar candles 19, from 30-8-30 p.m. at the homeof ton, and Rhoda Wainwright ,
and two large arrangements of white cushion mums freesia lavender Judge and Mrs. George Pierce in Guests were greeted in the Mom, Daddy
liatnis and pink carnations. The pulpit area was surrounded with large Green Acres. cafeteria. The food table was Sissy & Friends
palms and three lle'tUhhpedandIHa'/! &I'll! > 'rI t' 9 t t t \- Q\ ,
Andrew J. Eaves III served as best man. Ushers were Jay Eaves of
I Lawtey brother of_tfie grCortti RobertB..EavestftJVest: : Pain Beachup-
cle of the groom; and Wes Moody brother of the bride. Ring bearer was EngagementsLynne
Myles Moody, nephew of the bride. All were attired in grey tux with
pastel cummberbunds and ties.
Mrs.Vince Culverson attended the bride as matron of honor. Bridal at- Dukes,
tendants were Ms Debbie Moody, sister of the bride Mrs. Jack AndersTo YOUR FRIENDS AT '
Waterhouse of Hampton and Ms Carmen Eaves,sisters of the groom.The Scotty
attendants wore matching gowns of)polished! cotton off white with a bold Wed June 9

floral design of lavender mauve, pink, light and dark green. They carried Mr. and Mrs. John Dukes an- Lake Butler Farm CenterHwy.
and Nieceof
a single white silk rose with sprigs of colored flowers Ivey. nounce the forthcoming marriage of
She dressed in a light
the bride, Crystal Moody was flowergirl. their daughter, Lynne Dukes of
green gown. Starke, to Scotty Anders, of Lawtey S., P. O. Box 538
Given In marriage by her father the bride wore a white satin gown witha anda son of Gwen Williams of Lawtey andBilly Lake Butler, FL 32054

sweetheart neckline on a fitted botice,accented by full pouf sleeves adorned Anders of Starke. -01' .. '..-' ',, ,, '" 'w ,. ,, > ,,' ''' ,
full shirt.The bodice and cathedral length train were The wedding ceremony will be an 'SEED FEEDi i ACQMPLE'tE FERTILIZERS :
with sequins and seed pearls. An elegant satin ruffle trimmed the <, :
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event of Saturday June 9, p.m.
fullness of the skirt. Her veil was a crown of sequins and seed pearls at the home of the bride's parents.
holding a flowing fingertip veil. She carried a cascade of white roses In- The bride-elect is a graduate of TO ATTEND

terspersed with Ivey. Bradford High School, class of 1986,
The reception was held in Fellowship Hall where baskets of large and Is employed at Community State
palms and arrangements of spring flowers were used at vantage points. Bank of Starke.
The tables were covered with matching white lace overlay.The The groom-to-be is a 1986 graduateof CDSTO.MERAPPRECIATION DAY
bride's book was kept by Mrs. David Varnes. Bradford High School and is
The bride's table was centered with a four tiered pillared cake employed by Lawtey Correctional
decorated with pink flowers and bear bride and groom between each tier. Institute.
Silver candelabra with burning tapers trimmed with fresh flowers flanked No invitations are being sent. All
cake which was a gift from the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Beulah
the relatives and friends are cordially
Moody.Serving the cake to the guests were aunts of the bride, Mrs. Tom invited to attend. 5 P.M. 7:30 P.M.
McCall of High Springs and Mrs. David Bennett of Starke.
The groom s cake prepared by Mr.and Mrs.Jay Eaves,was served by Kerrie Crawford, Served 5:30
aunts Groveland.The of the. groom, Mrs. Robert B. Eaves and Mrs. Wallace Wroten of Jerry Robbins, Jr. pm

two punch tables were centered with crystal punch bowls encircled To Wed June 15
with greenery and Interspersed with carnations. Presiding at the punch Guest Speaker Gubernatorial Candidate Lawton Chiles
and Mrs.
bowls were cousins of the bride,Paige Steele of High Springs and Krlstina Mr.
Crawford are pleased to announcethe

Evans Nieces of Orlando.of the Carmen Elise Waterhouse and Kasey Renee engagement and approaching Come and visit with representatives from
out silk dowers filled with birdseed.They were dressed in marriage of their daughter, Kerrie
Lynn Crawford to Jerry Don Rob-
gowns Assisting matching In food the preparation bridal attendants.and serving were Mrs. Don Hardenbrook bins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry IMC Fertilizer, Animal Supply, Feed, Seed,
Underhill,Mrs.John Arthur Reddish Mrs. Don Robbins Sr.
Mrs.Harry Green,Mrs. Gary The wedding will be held June 15 Lawn Garden & Hardware -
Mrs. Roman
S. Mullins
Butch Reading Mrs. Lamar Williams, Mrs. R. ,
at KOA of Starke.No Invitations will
Thornton and Mrs. Martha
Ernie Triest Mrs. Jimmy
Alvarez Mrs. be sent. All family and friends are & Your Farm Center Friends
Myrick. cordially Invited to attend. A recep-
Mrs. Mary Anne Tillman directed the wedding.
tion will immediately follow the
Following a wedding trip to the western states the couple will reside at i
their home on Brownlee Road west of Starke. wedding ceremony. ;Lewis Ralph nn

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.RAPIl June, 1990
the club. *. Young at Heart ,
Announcing. Bi-Lincs From Starke Gator Quarterback Club Remember our club motto "We Support Gator Football". To Meet June 7

Matthew Jacob Griffis The Starke Gator Quarterback Club has all plans made and confirmedfor Woman's ClubExpresses The Young at Heart of the First
Steve and Peggy Griffis of Starke bus trips to Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, FSU and Florida- Thanks '. Baptist Church of Starke will hold
announce the birth of their son, Mat- Georgia games. their regular monthly meeting
thew Jacob, born May 21 in Signing dates and deposit for Alabama due on or before June 30.$25.00 The Woman's Club of Starke would like to thank all.those who made the Thursday, June 7, with a covered
Gainesville. He joins a brother, each person. If you Gators have misplaced your trip itenerary for all card party on May 31 such a success. dish lunch at noon In the fellowship ",
Mitch, 5 years old. details on trips, please call Cliff Chapman, 964-6911 or Hazel Hardy, Thanks to Freda Judd for her painting and the First National Bank of hall. Come join them .
Maternal grandmother is Loletta Mi4-7451! Bradford County for the bond we were able to raffle off. Thanks to Vito's
Morgan of Starke. Paternal grand- Signing late and deposit for Tennessee due on or before July 15. Ken- Pizza, the Steak House and the China Restaurant for their door prizes.
mother Is Elaine Griffis of Starke. tucky signing date and deposit due on or before August 15. And a special thank you to all thosa who prepared or donated food and ,
Paternal great grandmother is To all of you Gators out there: If you have been thinking about joiningthe those who served and cleaned up.
Hazel Carlton of Brooker. Starke Gator Quarterback Club but putting it off, now is the time to Without all this cooperation, it could not have been the success it was
join and go on fun trips with the club. A fun year is getting planned and interesting and we would not have been able to donate over $1,000 to the Legacy of
Lauren Mykol Wise meetings throughout the Gator. football season. We want you in Love for their Washington trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise of
announce the birth of their
daughter, Lauren Mykol Wise, October SUN. MON. TUES. WED. FRI. SAT.
'rz. 1989. She joins a sister, LII
Whitney Rae.Maternal 5 6 1TIIUH.1 8 9
grandparents are Von- 10

cille Robinson Bessinger of Starke.and the late Kenneth .jfAf?.,,..?..., 7v-vi>v :,- ,-". *.:J \>| #-< Prices In this ad good Monday,
June 4 thru Sunday June 10, 1990.
Paternal grandparents are Ralph WATERMELONS'
and Rebecca Wise of Lawtey.

Eric M. Howard

Mr and Mrs. Bruce Howard of 1 1 Golden C
Barksdale AFB, Shrevesport, LA,
announce the birth of their son, Eric
Mitchell Howard, born May 29, at
Barksdale Air Force Base. .
Maternal grandfather is Byron _
Scroggins of Starke.Paternal grandparents Ripe
are Tom and Charlene .H
Howard of Lawtey.Hampton. ___ _

Hilites __ L b.

by Dolores Meng BANANAS

Ph. 468-1915 New Arrival I

James Cason Norman,Jr.

Allyson and Jimmy Norman of
Raiford proudly announce the birthof USDA '
their son, James Cason Norman, c I i iMII i tt -
Jr. He was born on May 30, 1990, at Untrirn fled Beef
Humana Hospital, Orange Park, .

20 weighing 1/2 inches 6 Ibs.in 6 length.oz. and He measuring joins his IlIBE'J If' 1111M I U 1 D t E I3

two year old sister, Alice A Lynne.
Maternal grandparents are
Harold and Alice Faye Waters of r( Sliced b. )
Maternal grand Ally
Hampton. great F.
mothers are Louise Newman of \ NEW ee! Whol
Starke and Florence Waters of Lake r

Butler. 'IJ ____ 0 1 __ ____ .5..
Paternal grandmother is Joyce : _
Norman of Raiford. Paternal great '
Raiford.grandmother is Alice Cason of $398 Sweet

Surprise Birthday Party
Mercy! Mercy! Look who turned Southern
76 on May 261! Pauline Dishman of _
Hampton Villa. Her grandson and .
his wife, Jim and Heidi Mitzel, sur S
prised her with a birthday cake.The
party given at her home was attended Jimmy Dean MildPEACHES
by family members. (submittedby
Jim Mitzel) 'ki Hot/Special ,
Hampton Ele. School
Hawaiian Program: Millie Kamig Extra Mild RollSAUSAGE
presented her sixth grade students BUD DRY
in a delightful Hawaiian program at 4 9 0
the school Tuesday evening. May 29.
A group of parents and friends en- 12/12pkcn
Joyed the story of Hawaii with
featured singing and dancing Lb...
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numbers.Students attired in Hawaiian Farms $ 79 |H '" IIII.,.,. I ." ."
costumes performed with Hawaiian Holly $5'89'
musical Instruments, poi balls and "
1 Lb.
tinkling poles to the Hawaiian \ Grade A -
rhythm. Colorful scenery props add- ?1
ed to the atmosphere.At .
the conclusion, the performers LEGQUARTERS
presented their handmade leis to ChoiceMj<
relatives or friends attending. 'Your
Honor Roll, 6th Six Weeks.
2 Liter Related Items ,
kindergarten, Eric Carroll, Joseph
Clifton, Holly Contois Stephen Den- PEPSI COLA
nis, Renae Hutto, Brandon Lott, BUSCH LIGHT y
Brian Saxon, Michelle Stanley, )
Stephanie Acree, Karl Lynn BELL PEPPERS/
Hawkins, Jamie McClellan, Bryan 0 9.
Meng,. Crystal Ramsey, JenmferFrees. 49d $1 12/24pkcn LONG GREEN!

Grade 1: Cory Chappell. Charlene SLICINGCUCUMBERS
Clifton, Emily Genest, Brian Mc- I
if 12.12 Oz. Pepsi,
Pkg. -
Clellan Grade, Rachel 2: Juston Smith.Hart, Brad Muse, Diet Pepsi. . . . .2.99 $889
Matilda Rhoden. Pkg. of 12.12 Oz. Cans
Grade 2-3: Mandy Heine, Chastity f Mtn. Dew .. .. .. .. .. 3.29 \

Jones.Grade 3: Marcus Affron, Nikki 3$1/
Baker, Melody Barr, Nena Contois,
Detria Ford, Jason Lovell.
Grade 4: Clay Archey, Vicki Hut- ill 1 ?f
to, Peter Knipp Amanda Meng,
Amanda Rowland.Grade .
5: Hope Archey, Erica
Elbert, Jason McCullough.AB .
Honor Roll: grade 1, Terry
Crawford, Renee Ford Paul Jones, 16 Oz. Libby's 6 Pack Orange 16 Oz. Sealtest 10 Oz. Charbroiled Beef Patty/

Chad Christina Grade Rhoden.2:Meng Jenny, Samara Affron, Michelle Prevatt, FRUIT COCKTAIL! KOLAID GRAPE FRUIT BOX/KOOLER SOUR CREAM BeeSliced/ Turkey/7.5tOz./Chicken

Collins,Chris Darga,Jeremy Gates, -'- Patty/6 Oz. Chicken Nuggets
Brandi Gatlin, Joshua Hodges, -- ., : FREEZER QUEEN FROZEN DINNERS
Brian Lott, Joshua Meng, 6 9 9 $ 0 9
Christopher Schmidt Paul Turner. C e. 14 1 k7f ntrh .
Grade 2-3: Tonya Brown, Kelly .. 4 w 8ge
Bowen, Tyler Caldwell, Jenette J)
Gatlin, Pat Flanagan, Karrie Lee, ........-.., -- .j ( :1"
Raymond Rhoden, Allen Rhoden, I
Madeline Rolon, Charles Thigpen,

Wayne Grade Wood.3: Jimmy Coleman, Deena 14 Oz. Chocolate/
16 Oz. Mueller'sMACARONI 5 Oz. 5 Ct. Biscuits
Crawford, Christina Crawford, VanillaStrawberryULTRA L 6 Oz. Pillsbury
Daniel Davis, Alisha Hayes, Jessie SHELLS 19 lE- IDTS
Marshall, Roger Mitzel,Joey Rowe, SLIM FAST CINNAMON ROLLS
Erik Scoggins Jassy Starling.
Grade 4hris Affron, Randy -
Brooks, Robert Broome, Rachel .
Cantu, Amy Crews, Alicia Crosley, Fast ueler's 79c 3/$1/ CR'r.lbWUf I1ULTRA ggm
Hannah Ford, Clint Morgan, Mat m .
thew Mullis,Susan Parmenter,Troy "'h"Um ;
Patterson,Danny Wiggins. (#. .-. _...-- ,.I./ .. : -
Grade 5: Adrienne Coleman,Chris 1..1 eJi'l1 .'
Gibbs, Charles Kirchalne, Lisa Mc- .... ..
Clellan, Shaun Muse.

Meng Grade April 6: Jenny Scogglns.Church Johnson. Angela 48 Oz. Dish Detergent I 36 Oz. .1' 14 Oz, Frozen ChocolateLemonCoconutBanana /


, Gospk'Si Saturday, g June Set News\9 $199 9,9c :::: )

Revival Center of _
Victory _
Heilbron Spring.Inc.will sponsor a __ __
gospel sing Saturday, June 9, at 7 __
p.m.Featured singer will be the r. f r 1
Journey Men Quartet. The sing will __
be held at the Masons Lodge on
Orange Street Starke.
Pastor W.R. (Dub) Thornton cor-
dially invite everyone to attend.
Refreshments will be served.


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JACKSONVILLE OF FLORIDA Rouse Crews County Florida have designated the bo heard ot the time and 0".0'and place

[ Legal NoticesIN 1 CASE NO.:90-348-CIV-J-16 DIVISION Slarke, Florida P.O. Box 187 Bradford County Zoning and Planning prescribed
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Attorney for P.R. Board In conduct a public hearing at a Board of BRADFORD COUNTY

Plaintiff JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. rogtilfli meeting held at 7:00: p.m. in the COMMISSIONERS
.- v*. Council/ Room, Stark City Hall Stark., Bradford County Florida
R. Hobbs, Jr.
Johnny P.A.,
RANDALL rkHMlu. on Tuesday. June 26. 1990. and tchg 6/07 P.O. No. 4034
EXCEPT 146 feet, and North feel of niaktr, ,
2 Lot
JUDICIAL and CYNTHIA E. a recommendation to the Board of
BRADFORD 3. Block E. EXCEPT East 146 feel at plat ELAINE WARFEL.Defendants. County Commissioner" end the Board
((904))964-5700 5/31
6/7.cont. 489
CASE NO: 90. 6.CP of N.J. Jones Addition to the Town of will MMitMor on Wednesday July 18.
Stork.. -- 1990. ol the Commissioners" Room of the
FILE NUMBER: 1. 177PROB..TE ORDER OF SERVICEBY NOTICE UNDER City of Lawtey Is now offering bidsto
Parcel Two: Situated at 321 Clark PUBLICATIONThis BiuiHiMd County Courthouse Stark. ,
DIVISIONIN Street Stark., Florida and described as FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE Fknklrr. at 7:30 p..... an Ordinance contractor to cut or remove trees for
RE: THE ESTATE OF cause came to be heard the Contact lawtey City Hell
: follows The lots, of uponPlolnllff' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ,..lull.. k.: City.
: piece or parcels Motion for "
EATHER L. DYAL.Deceased Order of Service 782-3454.
land by undersigned Intends to register with ho Iliu cl Monday-Friday
situated In the County of Bradford Publication and It ifcyofiiiiij tfto following described
appearing that this 6/07 Ztchg 6/14
NOTICE State of Florida known and described as action has been brought for the enforcement Clerk of Bradford County Florida pursuant pl<>f>orty end amondlng tho Comprtihoiikiw :
OF ADMINISTRATION follows: to-wlt: East 84 feet of lot 1, of a 'lien real to Section 865.09 Florida Statutes, land. Uw Plan to provide NOTICE

Eolher Th. administration L. of the Estate of Block E as per mop or plat of N.J. Jones situated In Bradford against County within property the the fictitious name of WINDSOR that land currcinlly yoribd A and NOTICE IS HEREBY MADE to all those I
Dyol. deceased Case No.: Addition as recorded In Deed Book Not Middle MANOR under which the undersigned Is designated .by the plot at Agricultural.,
District of Florida and describedas concerned and affected that FtAquastore
9()- 6.CP. Is pending In the Circuit Court Page 379 of the current public records of follows engaged In business. The present principal be IOFOIKK! to /HW. and dotifjriaKnl I.. and Inc.is '
: Utility Construction
for Bradford County Florida Probate place of business I I. located at 602 ,
Bradford dusfrlol. a 0 .
County Florida. ALSO beginning Lot 6. Block light Warehousing ii'
Dalewood DC-870280II
performing No. ,
Division the address of which Is Bradford Subdivision East Laura Street Slarke, Florida 32091. ,,,,,',, Project
C ,
at NE corner of sold Lot 1 Block E and as per plat thereof recorded in Plot Book perly of Gilbert ,, d""I.J u: f,..,iind Storage Tank lowt.t Correc-
County Courthouse, Storke, Florida run Northerly and parallel with Clark There are no person Interested In said follows: Parcel No. 00957000101,
3. Page 8, Section 21, Township 6 South in ".'.....lln.'ltution. Bradford County Fl.
32091. Street 52.5 feet more or less to South Rang. 22 East Bradford business other than the undersigned and Section 24. Township 7, Ranu, 'i\ ItiM. i
The name and address of the Personal side of Block B of N.J. Jones Addition and It further County that the Interest of each of the undersigned 301 South approximately 7 milri*. I.n.,

Representative and the Personal thence run Westerly along South side of Randall E. Yon appearing Linda J. Yon Defendants and In said business Is as stated below. Starke 200 yards past RR narks ,,r "/.,,

below.Representative's attorney are set, forth sold Block B, a distance of B4. feet, Cynthia E, Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Percentage of Interest: 100 percent. right.

.. thence run Southerly parallel' with Clark Worfel cannot be served within the Stateof SIGNATURE: You are further given NOTICE that u
Interested persons are required to Street a distance of 52.5 feet more or Florida that BRADFORD INVESTMENTS INC. copy of said proposed ORDINANCE "'.
It I I.
; not practicable to
file with
this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS less to North edge of said lot 1 of Block E serve them for By: James E. Hall available for your Inspection at the of Classified Ads
personally the
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS a distance of B4. feet to point of beginning whereabouts Its President flee of the Director of Zoning and Florin
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate all being In SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section unknown or residence and of said Defendants 5/31 4tpd 6/21; Cant. No.492 Ing City Hall Thompson Street Storks Gel Results

and ((2)) any objection| by an Inl.r..t.dp.r.on 28 Township 6 South Range 22 East.Parcel are Defendants Randall .- -.-- --. Florida.
Yon Linda J. Yon and
to whom notice was mailed that Three: All of Lot Six and the Yon n/k/a Cynthia E. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Each and every person having any Interest -
challenges the validity of the Will the South 50 feet of Lot Seven of Block One not Cynthia Elaine Warfel have FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO whatever In the enactment of this
qualifications of the Personal voluntarily appeared herein; It is
Representative of THE LAND USE
HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of therefore PLAN
venue, or jurisdiction of the Storke thereof An ORDINANCE the
according to the plot ORDERED amending Comprehensive
Court. recorded In the office of the Clerk of the 1. Defendants as follows: Land Use Plan Element and Church of God of Prophecy Inc. STARKE ;
NOT Circuit Court of Bradford County Map by Bradford County Florida In
accordance CHURCH
Yon OF
Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a
SO FILLED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. CynthiaElaine 2138 N.Templeis
with the 'local
Florida. In Plat Book No. 2. page 16. Gov.rnmentCompr.h.n.lv.
Publication of this Notice has begunon at public sole, to the highest bidder and Warfel shall appear In this cause Planning Act of 1975 as starting May 29th daytime 422 N. St.flair %4-5645

Thursday May 31, 1990.PERSONAL for cash In the lobby of the Bradford plead before to the complaint filed hereinon provided for In Chapter 163 of the Services on Tues. &; Thurs Pastor: David Pleasant
or June 25. '990. or In d.laultth.r.of.
REPRESENTATIVE County Courthouse In Stork, Florida the Court shall Florida Statutes at 12:00: am. Wo Invite you to worship with ut
Wilb.rt H, Gunt.r at 11.0O: a.m.. on the 7th day of June, proceed toludgem.nt TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Attended Nursery
Star Rout. I. Box 72 for in this cause to the extent interested' persons. Everyone welcome. Sunday School ._.?___.._. 10 sm

Waldo Florida 32694 1990.WITNESS my hand and official seal this United provided by Section 1655. Title 28, You and each of You are hereby and Pastor W.T.Laney Morning Worship ..........,_....._..... 11 on
Attorney for P.R. 8th day of May 1990. States Code, as if said Defendants herewith given notice In accordancewith Evening Service ._.,?_?_...... ipm
DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER RAY NORMAN had been served with process Florida Statutes that the Board of 964-7712 Wed.-oy Youth .....................?.. 730pm:
TERENCE .within the State of Florida. H*
BROWN P.A. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Post Office Box 40 2. This order be published In anewspaper
By: Tosher Allen Dep. Clerk
Stork. Florida 32091-0040 FRED H. KENT III of general circulation In
((904)) 964-8272 5/31 2tchg 6/7cont. 490 Florida Bar No. 327042 Bradford County Florida not less than
once each week for six consecutive
Kent Ridge B Crawford
weeks prior to the return dole
NOTICE 225 Water Street Suite 900
herelnabove designated.
Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold a Jacksonville, Florida 32202
DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville,
public auction of: ((904)) 358.1000Attorneys e
Florida this 1st of 1990.
Wells.Bin Number i j.belonging to Yolanda for Plaintiff Control 5/17 Number 4tchg 6/03 481 UNITED STATES May MAGISTRATE. jfuN;; I\IIi) ; ; J' S.T.v'I.' :

Sole will take place at 2117 North Harvey E. Schlesinger

Temple Avenye, Starke, FL 32091 on IN THE COUNTY COURT. EIGHTH 5/176tchg 6/2B.; Conl. Na.473-
Saturday June 9, 1990 at 9.00: a.m. "iSTrHi

----- - -- -.- OF STARKE CASE NO: 9O- 8.CP lUhrrm. .1"If/J.fi7"1'I',1-/Nr.( !J/rr"/h.oj"Nkd' : f.w .J./t-/'h; t//;


CIVIL ACTION NO; B93B3CAFN8 Defendant. HUBERT C. ROUSE k''hYl'lJ STAJUCB rk'/. FLORIDA hnwp"/"'", ;/I'Y'Ni-Jll
PROPERTIES INC., Florida Deceased,
corporation/ : TRACY M. FOX Residence NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe /1/ /,..;,4,4.kl/M, :1 ,,.J.I/.l'p'kl"'I'Y/n/PIP" nwp/.H,//iw Arts ",,//1'--/'
Plaintiff"', Unknown administration of the Estate of .. ?
vs.ALBERT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action HUBERT C. ROUSE deceased Case No.: AYwrrwr,. //,. r/eJwffltydrr/tWM fxJr "yrrswrrlvrtwtur //" ""P,,,,'
F. YOUNG. JR.; The Unknown for damages has been filed againstyou 9O- B-CP. Is pending In the Circuit Court ..
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, and are required to for Bradford County Florida Probate 1'.0/" /'
you serve a otD.thrrrforr.I
Llenors, Creditors, Trustees or Other of your written defenses, If any to It copy, on Division, the address of which Is Bradford I:! "''' f(#,; /n.;"'h'Y: / -J ''';' ;w el rriiir1rY/

Claimants claiming by through underor the County Courthouse, Starke, Florida
plaintiff'attorney whose and
against ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR., whoIs address is: name 32091. /,./VVwrrrX", tI.JI.I. 7"/I/"nn'/ re//i' "I'4oI'.lln/:' 'J"'I'I''' .;",.,.,,/,.' .

not known to be dead or alive; BAILEY JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. The name and address of the Personal ,

ADVERTISING; ELZIE S. SANDERS and Johnny Hobbs, Jr., P.A. Representative and the Personal
SANDRA P. SANDERS, his wife; and P.O. Box 938 Representatives attorney are set forth
ROYAPPLIA FG i CCMDefenlnts. Starke, Florida 32091 below,

ENDED. NOT 1Ji' .1olo.' JrK and. above-styled file the OiifllodljvlllKlhe.d court on or Clerk before of.the .. fill Interested with this Court persons, WITHIN are THREE required MON-to .' .. '. / J' ..", ... .. ... ., .. .. .. .. ., .

Notice Is hereby given thai, pursuantto Monday. June 18. 1990; otherwise aludg.ment THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
an order or a final judgement of be entered against NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate In '
may you tl'sllmonlllDhrrl'of..u
foreclosure entered In the above- for the relief demanded In the Com and ((2) any objection by an Interested /: ': '' 'IY'/.I'/9/

captioned action I will sell the propertysituated plaint. person to whom notice was mailed that #;r/h7 J7th 'p'/' HAJtcn /9mCfiirtn
In Bradford County Florida WITNESS my hand and seal of said challenges the validity of the Will the

described as: court on this 11th day of May 1990. qualifications of tho Personal Representative
Parcel One: Lot 5 of Block 1 of RAY NORMAN venue, ur jurisdiction of the i

Highway Addition to Starke AND Lot 1 of Clerk' of Circuit Court Court. Ns 22110' ..
Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East 146 By: L.Royce Edwards, Dep. Clerk ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Deputy ..;."fl4.I:1'
feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 5174tchg607Control SO FILLED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

feet; and lot between Blocks B and E, No. 482 Publication of this Notice has begunon

EXCEPT East 84 feet, and Lot 2 of Block E, Thursday May 31, 1990. -
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Inc 1, HOME .AlllO' e sous...

Management &:: Staff } Monuments AUstaI1r 984-7828
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HWY 301 North r 4/ I --"" -' '
HWY 301 S. 964-5757' -- -- ; -
964-7500 _


E-Z Wheels Auto Sale SERVICE"Your'
Eyeglass -We Finance-
Attend church regularly/
Here Here your
complete Buy Pay
987 N. Temple Ave.
1320 N.Temple Ave. >
eyeglass 964-7061
864-N.Temple 9646111Lewis
103 Edwards Rd. a 964-8588 '


STARKE Distinguised, Caring Service //'s a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. P.O.Box207

We rebuild starters,alternators For Over 50 Years ::4 ,; better at Denmark's Starke

& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch d ; i9 964-6871
W. Call 964-5827
Asto-MerW twwir stark 964-6200 s,, S" 434

407 N.Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights! 473-3176 .

TCHELL'S DRUG STORE Community w ? lamp of Jesus Ministries TULLER

State Bank "t Craft Jk Con.lrnm nli CENTER
Specializing B S Located aA 100 S.:toward c-
OLD FASHIONED SODA of Starke Kentoao,ttk nghl on:24
FOUNTAIN SERVICE jtarkea Home Owned tirtlo a.rowan c........ 473-7213,

-",-' independent Bank Y, "All Nature Sing of Je us" 240 B S '-_ Ivd..tcM__
127 E. Call St 96y 4-7910 811 S.Walnut "9647830CHINA. ;'

.. *m +. :80011 QuaUtyUsedrars
=. 583'f : I = Qlocy to Qoo in the highest. FURNITURE

,'L7;': -- (DM Meek..:III Ie. .!: ana on e Rth peace, qoo6 will toward men. South 964-8358 Kim &:: Jan Johnson

Kl S.Walaiif St 9MM17MosleyTirejCo. .=.r:. .... r -luke a.4 Hwy.301

) CrifflJ V Sons STEAK MOUSE

US'301 N. Starke SALES SERVICE and Printing Company .lbftpuaWorka From all of ta at Western Steer

964-6600 Worship mcft md sorry wax Complete Tin Repairs Shop&Auto > Art SuppUe* o Custom Framing .,.e y... US 301 South

j 24 HR Wrecker.Service J ..ttIMdum:1tofyowdu1lcl402N..Tempi*.HWY 301 N. e PrlnJng Office Supplies HWYMINSMl... 964-8061'. ,
9646436Terwillegar 113 E. Call. St. 964 8925
Custom made exhausts y lem 1018 N. Temple 964-6461 -


BANK STORE Sales & Service 440W.Mdi 1 on VsglA.BenyDC

.Nl1Iw III pis Ift.u 1M I 206 W. Madison &: US 301
Officers, Directors & .{ rtwae' Sbarke 964.7200 CORPORATION fhrnn-jDbdeShoppingCen( 'er) Accident & Family Care Center!

Mark Mullins & 964-4695 864 N. Temple a 964801.1r
Staff 153 W. Brownie..Rd. 9644060 SR 21Key.ton.Helght.. :: Employees

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II Page I A TELEGRAPH June?. HMIIIfr color creed, religion, sex handicap
\ / \ ---""' ....,...-...."" ""' ; /Mt.Pisgah: AME age .or national origin during sum.
; ) when school
.' ..: ; ( 'f Church News mer vacation lunches are not
.. '. .w Bible SchoolJune : breakfasts or
Vacation old
..f Mt. Plsgah A.M.E. Church will be available All children years
". V* > Vf lunchat
......,. i \ ,. sponsoring the "Summer Food jSer- and younger are eligible for a
., ',L' -'''' vice Program for Children' at the JlQ c arge.The programs are only
\" \ for geographical studies of
of. 15 Ebenezer Baptist Church located at approved
{ Steel Mill Road in Starke, Florida need (or enrollment) where onehalfof

9 am -12 Noon during August.the months of June, July and reduced the children price qualify meals during for free the or

ALL AGES. The program is slmildr to the National school year. Lunches will be served
r School Lunch Program. It provides daily from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
nutritionally balanced mealsto Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1544 Steel
t : needy children: redardleiw of race. Mill Road. Starke.
Pre-School .
kuf xS* v td'PINEHURST

rJj k'. through Youth

Jj "\0' For more information,

11 : := call the church office at o
:iI y 468-2232 964-551 VARIETY .fll.t:: ,
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62nd Wedding Anniversary... 9a"-6.''P1II
: :
I Arley and Illlaira NesSmlth celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary June VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH

2 at Quincy' Family Steakhoiue In Lake City. Twenty-five family member : Come in and let Janet show you how to use paint

helped the two celebrate this momentous occasion. Pine Street e Hampton ; and fabric from our craft and fabric department to
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oq, -.tLtLtttLtinLisfi&tfiMsM&sf..J.iLit.AsLfi! 1t create your own T-Shirt. We have a large selectionof

: i stencils fabric and'T-Shirts choose
Need An Electrician? paints, to
0' J from.


.36 Yn. Experience. 'AH Types Electrical Work. Janet is now available on Wednesday and Saturdayfrom
Single k 3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work
10am-6pm. She will be able to demonstrate'

Also. the new Home Micro Computer Sewing Machine

Custom & Prefab Welding and three New Home MyLockSergers.We .

do alterations.

GAINESVILLE HEARINGAID Bring in or pick-up your alterations between

i 7am-8pm Mon.-Sat., Sun. 9am-6pm.

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BEAT chartg for the laundromat"' !: ::

MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Cee-e--k> ; r: 6rei tJthUkandcold, '
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27 1890???
Sunday, May 127 L Call Street

No, Sunday, May 27, 1990! On the second Wednesday of each month Hwy. 100 S.Across from Southside ElementarySME

M.D. Gassett and Greg Whitaker families held Old Fashioned Day ut

Graham Baptist Church Sunday, May 27. 1:303:30: p.m. A' ;wr "T.u.--
Everyone reported enjoying preaching and dinner on the /grounds. They
had some fine ole singing after dinner by The Country Folks. All the
children enjoyed the wagon ride but they can't believe that only a few
years ago (65 to be exact) this was the only way to travel.
Mr. M. D.Gassett expressed the opinion that he would like to/go buck to $
this way of living might have to some day he says.Legal ( 3.00

Notices. W. Fogan and Ann. Y. Fagan South 89 deg.09 min. 06 sec. East,along

. . . . . . eSTATE William K. Gordon Esquire said South IIn.365.66 feet to the Point of
Jeffrey M. L.uk.l Esquire Beginning.

OF FLORIDA vs. Timothy Peters Esquire DATED this 7th day of June, 1990.

REGULATION FAGAN Husband and Wife: John H. Jones, Esquire Clerk of the Circuit Court S1>>ing

NOTICE OF INTENTTO ET. AL.. James D. Salter Esquire Itchg 6/07;Cant. No.497
ISSUE PERMIT Defendants. William J. Haley Esquire

The Department of Environmental NOTICE OF SALE Tosher Allen Dep.Clerk 6/07 2tchg 6/14 r NOW ONLY

Regulation gives notice of Its Int.nt to Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned _-
Issue a permit to Pride of Florida. Inc., to RAY NORMAN Clerk of Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
construct (after th. fact) a metal furniture Court Bradford County Florida will on EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND :;: $
6th 1990, 11:00 \"Gi )) -= r,4 95
painting facility with air emissions the day ot July. at A.M. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA \ :;..:.....? 6
at the East door of the Bradford -
sources, to b. located south of S.R. 16, County CASE NO.89-580-CA .
east of Raiford, Union County Florida. Courthouse, in the City of Stark., VANGUARD BANK AND TRUST plus 951 sitting tea
Th. Department has assigned file Florida offer for sale and sell at public COMPANY, l/k/o THE VALPARAISO The Urged eyes of all 'land animal

blflhest pgcl best bfdderJor) ,. .... ....ar.tbQ"Mths ba>ievAA44ajfjc! 1i--.
number AC63-t7794S.te- A person who. substantial Interests cash the property described as follows: Plaintiff about one and a hate times) tnfaiza *.
I of land and of the human
affected A parcel being lying vs. .yes.
or. by the Department's proposed you take advantageof
situated In Section 25 8 South
permitting decision may petitionfor JACK M. COURTNAY and MARILYNR. this special
an administrative proceeding (hearing Range 22 East Bradford County Florida COURTNAY his wife; andJ.
) in accordance with Section 120.57, and more particularly desclbed as BROOKS BROWN and HELEN L. Cox Appliance portrait
follows: Commence at the Northwest BROWN, his wife,
Florida Statutes. Th. petition must con. &
loin th. information set forth below and corner of the Northeast One Quarter of Defendants. *
the Southwest One Quarter of said Sec Air One 8x10 Two 5x7's 10 Wallets
must b. filed (received) In th. Office of NOTICE OF SALE Conditioning ,
General Counsel of the Department at tion 25 and run South 367 feet: thencerun Notice Is given that pursuant to the .
2600 Blair Stone Rood Tallahassee, East and parallel with the North line Final Summary Judgment entered In ServiceJoe and 9 Mini-Portraits
Florida 32399.2 00. within 14 days of of the South 1/2 of said Section 25 a Civil Action No. 89-580-CA of the Circuit 'approx.size .

publication of this notice. Petitioner distance of 2110.54 feet to the Easterly Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, In
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shall mail a copy of the petition to the right-of-way line of State Road No. 21: and for Bradford County Florida In
applicant at the address Indicated aboveat thence continue East a distance of which JACK M. COURTNAY and

the tlms of filing. Failure to file a pet-! 1392.00 fee thence run South 63 45" MARILYN R.COURTNAY. his wife, and J. 1 with -LhWon._ --anII ck.gep.wt.t 8ed< j
shall East, 322.0 feet: thence run South 35'30'W..t. BROOKS BROWN and HELEN I. BROWN $3 OOOff -
within this
lion time period constitute -
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578.00 feet; thence run South 270' his wife, are the Defendants and 1
a waiver of right such _
any person .__._
may have to request an administrative West 128.7 feet; thence run South OS00' VANGUARD BANK AND TRUST COMPANY NOW ONLY $6:!:::.L.(Reg. $995)) 1200__A'_..........".____. ;
feet thence 31'
determination (hearing) under Section East 348.00 : run South 14 f/k/a THE VALPARAISO BANK i
1 120.57 Florida Statutes. West 30 feet; thence run 7831'09" TRUST COMPANY Is the Plaintiff I will
The Petition shall contain the follow West 1834.20 feet to a concrete monument sell to the highest and best bidder for Shooting Days/Dates: Thurs. thru Mon., June 7-11

ing Information: (a) Th. name, address. on the Easterly right-of-way line of cash at the front door of the Bradford
and telephone number of each petitioner said State Road 21; said concrete monument > County Courthouse In Starke, Florida on
the applicant's name and address being 1550 feet Southerly as June 29, 1990 the followingdescribedreal Photographer Hours: Dally 10:00: AM 7:00 PM 1

the Department Permit File measured along said Easterly right-of property set forth In the Final Sum 1 Sunday 12:00-5:30: : PM 1
Number and the county In which the project way line, from a point 367 feet South of mary Judgement: Cox your friendly repairman.Cat
Is proposed; (b) A statement of how the North line of the South 1/2 of sold PARCEL A: Description: lot 15 (less him today for any appliance repair. 1371 S. Walnut Street Starke, FL 32091
and when each petitioner received Section and said concrete monument B.D.E.F). A parcel of land situated In lot Service ft Repair on re4w .weMN

notice of the Departments action or proposed being the Point of Beginning of this 15 of Keystone Oaks, a subdivision as .Al Major AppHanceo 1 1
.q "
action; (c) A statement of how description ((1)) Thence run North recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 48 of the e Air Conditioning.Refrigeration 'MI: b''M" 1 ATI' OQ''dv.n ..0.i" ,
each petitioner's substantial Interestsare 7831'09" East, 1613.13 feet to a concrete public records of Bradford County "koelTleof AOFA41). : : ., ,.wr, I \ "''I'I\\<\! I 5
affected by the Department's actionor monument In the approximate ordinary Florida; said parcel being more par. I .win f'I
proposed action; (d) A statement of high water line of Lake Geneva; ((2)) ticularly described as follows: Begin a*a 96 'W/Z4t)2.) I
Thence run along said high waterline concrete monument at the Northwest c
the material facts disputed by Petitioner
Lie IRA ER 0007578
If any; (e) A statement of facts with the following courses and corner of sold Lot 15 and run South 55 004699
which petitioner contends warrant distances: South 2353'22" West, 217.65 deg. 02 min. 57 sec. East along the
reversal or modification: of the Depart feet; South 0506'10" East 123.91 feet; North line of said lot 15 a distance of

ment's action or proposed action; (f) A ((3)) Thence leave sold high water line 73.53 feet; thence run South 00 deg. 22 NORMAN'SRADSIDJ A 1
statement of which rules or statutes and run South 7957'46" West 315.22 min. 18 sec. East 2 5.131t; Ih.nc.run
petitioner contends require reversal or feet; ((4)) Thence run North 11'09' 2" South 55 deg. 02 min. 57 sec. East 93.04
modification, of the Department's actionor West, 242.68 feet to a point 50 feet shorton feet; thence run North 34 deg 57 min.03 # JID\t'
proposed action; and (g) A statementof this bearing of call ((1))of this description sec. East 200.0 feet to the North line of
the relief sought by petitioner stating ; ((5) Thence run South 7831'09"West said Lot 15; thence run South 55 deg. 02
precisely the action petitioner wants the and parallel with Call ((1)) a distance of min. 57 sec. East along said North line MARKET .
Department to take with respect to the 1160 feet, more or less, to the East right- 100.00 feet; thence run South 34 deg. 57 Disney 4.
301 North of Starke
of-way line of State Road 21; ((6)) Thencerun feet thencerun
Department's action or proposed action.If min. 03 sec. West 200.00 ; Channel's ,
a petition Is filed the administrative North 2518'42" East and along the South 55 deg. 02 min. 57 sec. East 964-9152

hearing process Is designed to formulate sold East right-of-way a distance of 60 '330.00 feet to the Westerly right of way
agency action. Accordingly the Depart feet more or less, to the Point of Beginning line of Paradise Lake Road; thence run FREE
close. TOGETHER WITH all of 'U 1\A' Paul Slmoni Solo stock Home
ment's final action be different from South 34 deg. 57 min. 03 sec. West,
the position taken may by It In this Notice. the property lying between the Easteerly along sold Westerly right of way line :tfJ 1J" <<," '0l}$ Sunday. J.selO'SiOOPwst.Night ShowcoteSVH. SummerPr Channel An original Premised Disney Film

Persons whose substantial Interests will boundary of the property described 58.85 feet to the point of curve; thencerun i.11&} :f4BI( :iBXtTB starring Hayliy Mills
and the of Lake
herelnabove waters
said ,
be effected by any decision of the Southwesterly along Westerly view TtMIT*. JlMM 7.flOO SMB.
Department with regard to the application Geneva and including rlparln rights right of way line with a curve concave iBYS :EL I1
thereunto appertaining Into the watersof said arc length of 484.72 feet
hove the right to petition to become Easterly
a party to the proceeding. The petition Lake Geneva. and a chord bearing and distance of : June 7 8,9& 10

must conform to the requirements pursuant to the Final Judgement South 18 deg. 13 min. 14 sec. West e Silver Queen Corn

specified above and be filed (received) entered In said Court the style of whichis 477.86 feet to the South line of sold Lot e Blackeyes a Pinkeyes r The fS flep ChannelAmerica'i !
within 14 days of publication of this FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 15; thence run North 89 deg. 09 min. 06
e WhIte Acres
notice In the Office of General Counselat ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY sec. West along the South line of said : Family Network,.
the above address of the Department. Plaintiff vs. JACK W. FAGAN AND Lot 15 a distance of 300.44 feet to the Zipper CreamButterbeans

Failure to petition within the allowed ANNE Y. FAGAN. HUSBAND AND WIFE; Southwest corner of sold Lot 15; thence e tti

time frame constitutes a waiver of any CLAY ELECTRIC EMPLOYEES CREDIT run North 00 deg. 22 min. 16 sec. West,
e e Cucumbers
right such person has to request a hearing UNION; B.A. BUSINESS CREDIT CORPORATION along the West line of said Lot IS a Squash
under Section 120.57 Florida ; ROBERT C. BLAIR AND BET. distance of 1084.95 feet to the Point of e New Potatoes
Statutes, and to participate as a party to ; Beginning. e Vine Ripen Tomatoes
this proceeding. Any subsequent Intervention RICHARD J. (GAWLEY AND RUTH M. PARCEL B: Parcel "I" (South 1/2)). A vw
will only be at the approval of GAWLEY; ALAN C. FOLEY AND YVONNEF. parcel of land situated In Lot 14 of also y ,r \

the presiding officer upon motion fliedpur.uanl FOLEY HUSBAND AND WIFE; JACK P. Keystone Oaks, as per plat thereof
GRIMES; FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS Book 48 of the Avenle. Mkkey Mouse dub
to Rule 285.207 Florida Administrative recorded In Plat ,3 Page SweetWatermelons. 1 series.
An original family
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION N/K/A FOR- new Washdays at 5i30
Code. public records of. County a.."J wU e..00 sun. Don't milS the cert of Mickey Mouse CPittb
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Capacity; Crowd Packs Fairgrounds .. '
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'Building for Senior Awards Banquet 'f"I'{ .../ I / .

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The county fairgrounds building Stephanie Galney Lisa Goltare,Cin- English: Writing: Steven. Thorn- ton,Ron Zurfluh.
was filled to capacity as Bradford dy Harris Lena Looney, Daniel ton (District Winner). ) )
High seniors of 1990 were honored at Moss Vince Robinson Shana Social Studies: Tom Bradford Other Scholarships: K/
a May 31 awards banquet hosted by Schmltt, Anastasia Staudenmaier (District Winner). Steven ThorntonFull scholarship t
the BHS Alumni Association. Misty Telken Swain, Elizabeth Mathematics: Kim Johnson to U.S. Military Academy. fit.n .
Each senior had a silhouette with Rathbun Warren. (District Winner), Link Bishop, lt
,his/her name and was allowed to Steven Thornton,Ron Zurfluh. Kevin FinchFull scholarship to
take it home as a souvenir. Gray Starke
Rotary Scholarship Military Academy Prep School and
table cloths and red motorboards (SFCC), a year scholarship: Randy Chamber of Commerce Outstan- then the Military Academy for four
decorated the tables. Milton, Mike Ripplinger. 1 year ding BHS Student: Steven Thornton. years.
140 of the 230 graduating seniors scholarship:Dana Norman,Cheryl
plus some 250 parents and guardians Thomas. Alternate: Kelley Dyal. Presidential Academic Fitness Tom Bradford- year Air Force ,
and friends attended the banquet. Awards: Steven Thornton (Extraor- ROTC scholarship at University of f (r J
Seats were jammed together to get Fordyce Scholarship (SFCC): dinary Effort), Allison Archey,Link Central Florida.
them all into the hall. Alternate: Scott Duncan. Bishop, Tom Bradford, Chad Craf- ,
Set goals and try to reach them ton, Jennifer Dodge, Scott Duncan. Ron Zurfluh- year Air Force
was the theme of the banquet. Prin- Guy Andrews Minority Scholarship Allison Farnsworth Aimee ROTC scholarship.
cipal Charles Francis told the (SFCC): Evette Covington, Ferguson Kim Johnson, Beth
seniors to be aware to take responsibility Kim Hampton, Angela Mitchell, McKinney, Wayne Patrick, Jason Wendell Hudson- Basketball '
for their choices, to think of Tawanda Tyson. Pilcher, Mark Shuford, Alyssa scholarship to Santa Fe Community 1
the back before acting,and Wessels, Ron Zurfluh. College.
to if unable to live with the Arts and Sciences Scholarship
consequences. Ag Advisor (SFCC): Donnie Francis. Girl's State in Junior Year! Beth Pedro Carter-Basketball scholar ; ,i fi .
Alvarez told the seniors to be care McKinney. ship to Florida Community Collegein l
what goals they set, because they Henry H. Beck Scholarship Jacksonville.
might achieve them.Valedictorian (SFCC): Jennifer Forsyth.H. Boy's State in Junior Year: Don- ;
Steven Thorntonwas nie Francis, Steven Thornton. Departmental Awards: : -
up and down like a Jackinthebox Medford and Patricia Connelly Walmart Scholarship: Link nYI
receiving Award.awards, including thePrincipal's Scholarship (SFCC): Travis Long. Bishop. Art: Link Bishop, Brian Maricle. ,

Strawberry Queen Scholarship National Young Leaders Con- Band: Allison Archey, Sharri
Awards handed out were: (SFCC): Tavla Hedding. ference: Kim Johnson.Valedictorian Bass, Kenny Clark,Jennifer Dodge
Scott Duncan Kim Johnson, John i
Golden "B" Award, the highest Florida Academic Scholars, state : Steven Thornton. Loper,Steven Thornton.
award a BHS senior can earn, reci- of Florida: Link Bishop,Tom Brad- 1'i
pients: John Allen, Tom Bradford ford,Jennifer Dodge Scott Duncan Salutatorian: Scott Duncan. Chorus: Cindy Davis, Carl Richie,
Kendra Butler, Kenneth Clark Allison Farnsworth, Kim Johnson, Mike Ripplinger, Nicola Shemer. a.rt .
Evette Covington, Kenneth DeSue Mark Shuford, Steven Thornton Outstanding Honors: Link Bishop, : :
Jennifer Dodge Scott Duncan Alyssa WesHll .Ron Zurfluh. Tom Bradford, Chad Crafton, Computer Education: Kevin 4
,Allison Farnsworth, Aimee Allison Farnsworth, Kevin Finch, Krack, Ron Zurfluh.
Ferguson, Kevin Finch, Lisa U.S. Army Reserve Scholar- Kim Johnson, Kevin Krack, Mark
Goltare, Ashan Jenkins, Kevin Athlete Award Kendra Butler Shuford, Ron Zurfluh. Drama: Brian Maricle.
Krack,Travis Long, Brian Maricle, Kevin Finch. '
Donald McDavid, Beth McKinney, High Honors: Allison Archey, Cin- English: A Souvenir...
Shaun Nichols, Mark Shuford. U.S. Marines Distinguished dy Davis, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle
Cheryl Thomas, Steven Thornton. Athlete Award: Kevin Finch. Douglas, Aimee Ferguson, Beth Most OutstandingSteven Thorn- Class of 1990 graduate Vernon silhouette with his/her name on it.
Alyssa Wessels and honorary award'to McKinney, Sharie Meier, Jason ton. Griffin gets a souvenir silhouette Used to decorate the banquet hall,
Charles Francis, Principal. Dreamers and Doers Award: Pilcher, Alyssa Wessells. from the ceiling of the fairgrounds the seniors got to take them after
Ashari Jenkins. Exceptional AchievementScott building for a keepsake. Mothers of wards.
American Legion Awards: Steven Honors: Kendra Butler, June Duncan, Aimee Ferguson, Mark the class made each senior a
Thornton, Kim Johnson. Someone's Watching You", Cole Sarah Douglas, Jennifer For- Shuford.
Burger King Award: David Holten. syth, Holly Goolsby, Cindy Harris, Humanities: Teresa Bassett,June Attendance Office Service: Ken-
Board of Trustees Scholarship Valerie Krack Lena Looney, Lori AchievementAllison Archey Cole, Evette Covington, Andy Mari dra Butler, Inga Crum Angela Mitchell -
(SFCC), top 10 per cent of the class: Century III Leaders: Steven Mann,Randy Milton,Dana Norman, Link Bishop, Tom Bradford, Billy cle, Dana Rathbun, Ron Zurfluh. Cheryl Thomas, Lonnie I
:;' Scott Duncan, Kim Johnson, Chad Thornton. Angela Parrish, Wayne patrlcki Brown, kendra Butler, Celeste Tetstone.
Crafton, Link Bishop, Ron Zurfluh. Elizabeth Rathbun Carter, Chad Crafton Jennifer Journalism (Yearbook): Cheryl Guidance Office: Allison Archey,
Mark Shuford, Kevin Krack.Allison Principal's Leadership Award: Richie, Mike Rlpplin er, Vince Dodge,Gayle Douglas,Allison Farn- Thomas. Lisa Goltare.
Farnsworth, Aimee Ferguson, Beth Steven Thornton. Robinson Shana Schmitt, Rolland sworth, Kevin Finch, DeAnna Fran- Starke
.McKinney, Shorts Meier Jason Shafer, Misty Telken Swain, Cheryl cis, Donnie Francis, Cindy Harris, JROTC: Tom Bradford, Kenneth Butler, David Elder Jennifer For- I
Pilcher, Cindy Davis, Allison Ar- "I Dare You" Leadership Con- Thomas. Kim Johnson, Kevin Krack, Valerie DeSue, Kevin Finch.Mathematics syth, Don McDavid, Nicola Shemer, '
chey, Lori Mann, Wayne Patrick ference In Junior Year: Mark Krack, Lori Mann, Sharie Meier, Ramona Tennant.
Valerie Krack. Eligible but not ac- Shuford, Steven Thornton. National Honor Society Awards: Beth McKinney, Dana Norman, : Link Bishop, Tom
cepting SFCC award:teven Thorn- Link Bishop, Tom Bradford, Chad Mike Ripplinger, Carl Richie, Vince Bradford, Chad Crafton, Gayle Physical Education:
ton, Tom Bradfo ,//Kevin Finch P.R.I.D.E. Awards, State of Crafton, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle Robinson, Cheryl Thomas, Ron Douglas Scott Duncan, Kim
Gayle Douglas, Alyssa Weasel, Florida: Douglas, Scott Duncan, Allison Zurfluh. Johnson, Mark Shuford, Steven Girls's Athletics: Kendra Butler,
Jennifer Dodge. Science: Ron Zurfluh (District Farnsworth, Aimee Ferguson, Thornton, Ron Zurfluh. Annette Simmons.
Guy and Elizabeth Andrews Winner), Link Bishop, Tom Brad- Kevin Finch Kim Johnson, Kevin High-Q Team: Tom Bradford,
Scholarship (SFCC): Billie Brown ford, Scott Duncan, Kim Johnson, Krack, Beth McKinney, Sharie Billie Brown, June Cole, Chad Craf- Merit AwardOutstanding Im- see Awards page 12A
Sarah., Douglas Rhonell Estes Steven Thornton. Meier.Mark Shuford,Steven Thorn- ton, Kevin Krack. provement: David Holten.

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I n''epnhrl nnn ami lA; 'i f}, ..' gritefttllpafcknowledge: the following persons and (


businesses for their support this year. Without your support, we could not have

accomplished our goals.


:. Jimmy Alvarez Cris Anderson, Clay Electric Cooperative Laverne Outlaw Outlaw Realty

W.R. Wiley) Clark James Griffis, Country Carpets of Starke William Hicks, Parole and Probation

Spiros Drivas D& S Motors, Inc. Bill Heavener, Pep-O Station

Kenneth Ethridge, Sheriff '.', S. G. Denmark, Denmark Furniture of Starke Christine Dees, Pinehurst Variety & Fabric Store

Reggie Flynn, Attorney Keith Gillingham, Dexter's Gourmet Cafe Pizza HutPowell's

Esther Hall James R. Frisbee, Division 5 Steel,Inc. Dairy Freeze

Martin Gates of Ken Mueller, Purple Gator Western Wear
Johnny R. Hobbs,Jr.,Attorney' Douglas Battery Starke
Greg Nichols Tommy Bray E-Z Wheels Auto Sales Ray and Bonnie Durban, Ray Durban Memorials

George Pierce Joe Perry Eckerd Drugs S. L. Reagan, Reagan Farms, Inc.

George Restea, MD. Gary Stone,Farmer's Furniture Riverside Uniforms

I Gene Shaw Attorney ..' Irene Faulkner, Faulkner Realty Inc. Smith Bros. Body Shop, Inc.
Disbrow Southern Lodging Associates,Inc.
Ed Wall Richard McKinney Florida H.R.S. Ron ,

I AAA Bail Bonding Cindy Boatright, President, Florida National Bank Johnny Torode, Starke Amoco

Betty Allen,Allen's Office Shop Florida Rock Industries,Inc. Jack Hazen, President, Starke,Golf& Country Club

Archie Tanner,Archie Tanner Funeral Home George Roberts, George Roberts Insurance Evelyn Womack, Stump's Department Store

Kim Johnson, Badcock Home Furnishing Center Glenda Epps, Glenda's Shear Design Surface Transport

T. M. Bement,Bement Bail Bonds Burdett Green Greene's Welding Shop Byron Terwillegar Terwillegar Chrysler-Plymouth

William Dowling, Bill's CB Radio &Electronics H T Byron Terwillegar,Terwillegar Motors, Inc.
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r Maxie Carter, Bradford County Commissioner Carl Hurst, Hurst's ExxonjServiceJessie's Cecilia Terwillegar,Terwillegar Realty

H. L. Dye, Bradford Family Restaurant Lounge J I Bill Heavener,The Beautique

Bradford Gun &Pawn Steve Futch,Jones Funera Home Paul Brooks, Timber EquipmentJohn

Rogers, Bradford Union Putnam Paula Register,Junior Food Mart Mrs. Beck, Tri-Counry Probation .

Loretta Marchant, Lil Skeeters Wayne's Taxi
John Rogers
Phil Gallo, Burger King : Jerry Wilson, Longchamp Homes Bldg. Contractors Terry Vaughn,WEAG Radio

Anita Rink, Chamber of Commerce Bobby Autry Mitchell's Drug Store', Harry Hatcher,Western Steer Steakhouse

Phillip Johns, Charley E. Johns Agency Lawrence Mosley Mosley Tire Co. W. C. Williams, William's Jewelry I

China GardenEd Maxie Norton, Norton Communications Wade Winkler, Winkler Electric, Inc.

Wall,City of Starke ? Orian Wells, Orian Wells Chevrolet Olds John Simmons,Working Man's Jewelry

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Alpha Delta Kappa (Alpha Gamma Chapter) Leila Mundy HOSTS

Ellen and Jack Bailey Junior Woman's dub

United Methodist Youth P.T.O.'s at ooker Wal-Mart .
.. .' Bradford Middle'School Western Steer
Tom Slade
'; Hampton \ Burger Neil Tucker ,.",/ a. ,
Starke Rotary dub ,/-*'> OV: : .,.;,';Lf'::, : Lawtey F1orid -$ ational v BankDenfys'J '
"\ Southside ;
Woman's Club of Starktl.J. : Starke Elementary TacoBell
WaJ- art \. } f
(C. / DuPont de Nemours and Co. : Centel t'. I ,r Mitchell's Drug Store

Jones Langford White American Legion Post 56 B.M.S. Student Council Bradford Family Restaurant

United Methodist Women Starke Elementary Student Council ... Jr. Food MartI

Presbyterian Women, Ken Elixson



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I All Sports Banquet One of Many Highlights of 1990; School ear. .


l.caking back Mule Attorney lAn Girls V Basketball... -. -- 1: ...... '" .
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HI'I'II'r vumldn't IAkeAnything for An outstanding group of varsity : ..
1,1' liiitli hch""I/Alhltlic career, even girl basketball players is graduating
llic sfiison ho was a substitute( on the this year, said! Coach John Slater. IL
IMd:67! : basketball team. The four seniorsKendra Butler
HC'I Ulster was the speaker at the Rhonda Bright Annette Simmonsand
VfM!! All-Sports Banquet honoring Dana Normanplayed togetherfour ,
some I KO athletes in every sport three the '
years on vanity ;,;('1 I
other' than football last '
Thursday Slater said.The seniors had a career
night May 25, at the fairgrounds record of 62-24. In 1989 the BUS girls :- rr a I
tuilchllt! five won the District 5-3A champion-
lU-Kistor was 6-1 and IBS pounds ship and as seniors they were "j-
and was an outstanding football district runner-up.
lineman. Going into his junior yearin Most valuable player was .
high school at BUS, ..his,father, sophomore guard Monika"Williams,
retired Coach Ixjnnard' Register got the leading scorer. Outstanding offensive
the/ idea that playing basketball player was center Aurilla I
would! improve Len's coordination Williams averaging 10 points and 10
and agility. Len said he spent all but rebounds. Forward Rhonda Brightwas -. /:
1 20 on the bench. Len recalled a nip named outstanding defensive '
and tuck basketball game in Green player guard Annette Simmons the
Cove Springs when BHS got in early most improved and Coach Slater J -l
foul trouble with only three subs on said Kendra Buller was the team

(he bench: Len Register, Greg leader. _w. < _
Kihcrd. and one other player. The Team members were Rhonda :
other player went in when the first Bright Latarra Jackson. Annette I i
BITS player fouled out shortly after Simmons, Monika Bright Kendra Awards Winners at All-Sports Banquet...
the hiilf. Butler Dana Norman and Aurilla !
That left Len and Greg Riherd, &-7 Williams.A iirnTriifKln1CJ8nl" cross country, track wrestling.' basketball, weight Second row: Jason Welly. Mark Shuford, Kenny DeSue.. Scott I
soaking wet and with a broken arm, '' basebalgolf,and tennis eVery sport at BradDavid Duncan.
member of the team for 314 lord > Elder TraV1 Long, Shere Brown Shane Meter. Rhonda
the bench. In the High except football, are (l-r): Bright
on closing minutesof years was Yvelte Covington who had Latara Jackson, and Monika Williams
the tight game another BHS to leave the team in mid-season. dra Fins row; Michael McKinney. Sampson Fuller Brad Hamilton, Ken- in back: Link ;Bishop Clyde DeSue Dereck Long, Pedro Carter
player had the fourth foul called. Crawford Eddy Siegmund John O.Williams. Donnie (holding up plaqu.s). and Wendelliludson.
Len said his heart began to pound Boys JV Basketball... Francis Dana Reddish. Rene Dauglicrty. and AI (Pop) .lonps. -I 1

and pressure his hands of knowing perspired he'd have with to the go The entire 13-9: boys junior varsity Stephen McLeod Jimmy Parado, 'ed the most valuable baseballplayer. Sophomore distance runner Kenny Jenkins, Trammell Jones Josh
basketball team was named most David Elder, Evan Douglas Shaun The award DeSue earned Derrick Wes
into the game. But, unbelieveably, golden glove 113 points for high Lewis Long Moody,
when the player fouled out Coach valuable by Coach Henry Dunn. Rowell.and Stephen Murphy. went I to catcher James McNeal. point honors. Hurdler Tyrone Jamie Redding, Eric Stewart John
Mike Sexton sent in Greg Riherd Team members were Andrew Coach Guilerrez also said McNeal Sanders was named most outstan- O.Williams Shauntel Houston Josh
despite the broken arm. Buie Lamont Mosley Kelvin Girls Softball... hit nine BHS career home runs, ding. Discus thro er Derrick Long Crawford, John Dempsey David
Coach Sexton recalled it was one Williams. Vinnie Blye Michael Coach Sue Trieste had trouble breaking the previous record of earned 56'/4 points for high point Diapolo, Joe Gordon, AI Jones,
of the few basketball games BHS Jenkins Latarus Ross. Shauntel fielding a team to start the Softball seven. Coaches awards went to pit field event competitor Scott Duncan Justin Kendrick Keith Linzy Eric
was capable of winning. He knew if Houston Larry Shannon Joe Gordon season but the girls got better as chers Bo Mersey and Kelly Dyal. received the sportsmanship award. Mason Jason Norman, Joe Sardo
Register got into the game, he'd they pliiyed. Donnie Francis, hitting at a .461 Captain Kenneth DeSue was named Mike Swanson, Michael Hall.
Senior Kendra Butler named won the batting title. most improved.Team JV
shoot the ball said Sexton. Riherd was pace Wrestling...
with the broken arm, couldn't shootso Varsity Basketball... most valuable. Laterra Jackson, Team members were Terry members were Kenneth Coach Brett Purdy introduced
he sent Riherd into the game.Sex- The 17-9 varsity basketball team termed the best first baseman in the Berry, Donnie Francis, Kelly Dyal, DeSue Derrick Long, Andrew ly three JV wrestlers: Andy Johns on-
ton recalled. won the Hamilton County Tip-Off district by Coach Trieste, was nam- Shaun Nichols, James McNeal An- Miracle Dwayne Blount Joel Jason Hughes and Kwambea
Despite not getting to play much Tournament and was runner-up In ed best offensive player. Senior dy Goodowns, Bo Hersey, Ashley Al- jacobsen Trammel Jones; Kevin Strong.
Register said today he looks back District &-3A, said Coach Rowland Sharie Mier won the Ladv Tornado day, Deron Eunice, Travis Long Woodard,Eric DeSue,James Davis

with appreciation on his season of Cummings. spirit award. Shere Brown led the and Keggie Sheffield. Chris Vansyckel,' Scott Duncan Varsity Wrestling...
basketball. Participating in Forward-guard Pedro Carter was team in hitting with a .485 John Loper Tyrone Sanders, Clyde The varsity wrestlers were
athletics; instills the teamwork concept a double award winnershared the Team members average. DeSue, Allen, Jenkins, David runner-up in the district the second
teaches values self-discipline most valuable player and was name Aaron, Kendra Butler were, : Laterra Felicia Girl's. Track... Patrick Jeremy Trimble Larry straight year said Coach Purdy.
perservance and courage to standup ed best defensive player. Center Jackson, Demetria McNeal Dana The girl's track season turned out Green Bernard Johnson. Co-Captain Brad Hamilton, who
and be counted and builds Wendell Hudson shared the most Reddish, Rita Stepheny, Rachelle to be somewhat less than expected had a 29-3 record was pitted against I
strength of character said Register, valuable player honor. Clarence Tyson Shere Brown Stephanie when the season began but the ones the toughest wrestler on an oppo-
with his parents Lennard and Williams was the rebounding leader. Gainey. Laterra Johnson Sharie who stayed out developed up to their Girls JV Volleyball... nent's team, said Coach Purdy.
Ernestine Register looking on. Point guard Reggie Sheffield won Meier Kishanna Spooner Kim level of potential said Coach George The junior varsity volleyball team Hamilton named the most valuable
the most assists award with 120. Team. Loper. was 10-8 said Coach Brenda Butler. wrestled anywhere from the 135 to
Bradford High coaches each told Truin Blye won the coaches award. The won-loss record does not Team members were Mercedo the 160 pound class. He compiled a
about the sport they coached and. in Team members were Truin Blye. mean the track team members did Davis Brandy :Ross, Lautara 69-11-1! career record. He was the second
Girls Tennis...
turn, introduced the following coach. Terry Berry James McNeal Shaun not have a successful season, said Slocum Stepanie-:; Smith Tequila Bradford wrestler to competein
Some 250 persons attended the ban- Nichols Wendell Hudson. Donnie It was a tough year for the winless Loper. Highlight of the season was Hunter Layloyia Sims, Kendra the state tournament.
quet sponsored by the All-Sports Francis, Reggie Sheffield. Pedro girls tennis team said Coach Jerry the number of them qualifying for Thomas. ': Eddie Sigmund always found a
Club which paid for the steak din- Carter Clarence Williams and McGriff. (the region championships and way to win against bigger and
ners for all the coaches and athletes. Kevin Finch. Named most valuable was Sophie Monika Williams to state in the Girl's V. Volleyball... stronger opponents said Coach Pur
It took 3>4 hours for the 180 student Fanton most outstanding was discus. dy.
athletes to be introduced and for the Mayra Cruz, and most improvedwas Junior Monika Williams, who capped The girl's varsity volleyball team Holland Schafer, a second year
coaches to honor them with com- Girls Cross Country... Kirsty Harrison. off the year by finishing 30th out was 17-3 second in district and hada team co-captain, was cited for
plimentary remarks and to hand out Coach George Loper had just Team members were Terri of 122 girls in the hepcathlon was 15 game winning streak said outstanding leadership,
awards to outstanding athletes. three girls in cross country: Rene Crawford Chiara FamiglielU!, Amy named the most valuable member of Coach Inez Diggs. ; Raymond Trimble got the 3D
Daugherty named the most improved Griffis, Emily Nugent, Mayra Cruz, the girl's track by Coach George It is the best volleyball record ever award for desire dedication, deter-
;, Cheryl Woolvin,. who receivedthe Sophie Fanlon and Kristy Harrison. Loper. Williams earned 148 points at BHS;said Coach Diggs. mination.
sportsmanship, 'award,. and running and .infield events. Rene Kendra Butler was named most John O. Williams also a coni
JV Baseball... Ramona: ennan.. Boys Tennis... DaugheHy( 'was high point'Yuhner outstanding server!Aurilla.Williams 1 i I capping,received thft.lts&an

Coach Jeramiah Johnson said the The boys tennis learn was 11-2, the with 45 points. Sharri Bass was nam- was sive named player.most Annette outstanding Simmons defen-, ding wrestler award,
1990 J V baseball team, 10-5 is a very best record in tennis at BHS, and ed most improved. Nicole Wanton named most offensive was Team members were Leaton
Boys Cross Country... received the sportsmanship award. outstanding Morgan Jeremy Trimble Randy
talented group in which he can see was runer-up in district competition. player Monika Williams
received ,
future leaders. It is the third straight Coach Loper also ended the season Senior Mark Shuford received the the sportsmanship award. Waldron, Raymond Trimble, Brad
winning season for the JV nine. with just four boy cross country run- most valuable player award. Team members were Sharri Bass Team members were Kendra Hamilton Kevin Snow Jeremy
Team members were Shannon ners.Sophomored; Larry Green was Sophomore Michael McKinney was Yolanda Wanton, Nicole Wanton Butler Latara .Jackson Rita Crawford Phillip Crawford, Josh
Brown Tory Kitties Jeremy named most valuable senior cap- named most outstanding. Junior Bridgett Holder Katina Kelly, Rene Slepheny Monika ,..Williams Evette Crawford John O. Williams, Joel
Crawford Ken Carlton Reggie tain Kenneth DeSue was named Sampson Fuller and freshman Jason Daugherty, Inga Crum, Arkeva Covington, Annette Simmons Jacobsen Rolland Shafer.
Byrd,Joey Wiliams, Kenneth Goetz- most improved. Senior Tyrone Welly were named most improved. Williams, Monika Williams Deena Aurilla Williams. BUS Cheerleaders...
man, Jason Lee Shaun Rowell Vin- Sanders received the sportsmanshipaward. Team members were Sampson Holiday, Sheneaise Williams. The 1989-90 BHS cheerleaders,
nie Blye, Chris Snow Emory The other team member was Fuller Shannon Hicks, Michael who were not recognized at the ban-
Prevail, Sean Jones. Eric DeSue. McKinney, Robbie Sapp Raymond quet but were listed on the back pageof
Weight Lifting...
Boys Track...
Trimble Jason Welly Doug Synder, the program are:
Jim Grover, Blaine McChesney, The boys track team ended up Senior Al (Pop) Jones who is the Junior Varsity: Danielle Hersey
Girls JV Basketball... Golf Team... Mark Parado, Mark Shuford Chad about 50 percent and capped out state champion weight lifter in the, Stephanie Gainey, Cathy Jackson
A struggling JV basketball team Welch and Chris Whalen. their potential in the district Coach 148 pound class was named most Heather Safer Sheneaise Williams,
with only six players got better as 8-10 Tornado golf team went Loper pointed out. valuable by Coach Lanier Clyatt. Countney Gilliam Christa Modesitt,
the season wore on and ended up 7-7. through a rebuilding season, said Derrick Long had never been out The weight lifting team tied for Aelicia Woods Kristen Sapp, Kenya
winning the last five games said Caoch Mike Sexton after winning for track but consistently improved seventh in the state said Coach Atkins Heather Lawson,Laura For-
Coach Clara DeSue. the district the previous year. V.Baseball... right through the season in the Clyatt. Josh Crawford, lifting in the syth.

Team members were Shere Senior David Elder won the low Coach Mike Guiterrez said he expected district consistently selling personal 114 pound class finished sixth in the Varsity: Shae Blom Ginger
Brown, Tequila Hunter, Regina average award. Senior Link a good varsity baseball records each week. stale Crawford was second in the Adams Dianna Dobos, Jill
Padgett, Deena Holiday, Demetria won the coaches award. Bishop season but said the 14-5 team was The mile relay team of Scott Dun- state in the clean and jerk. Williams Mindy Gnann Holley

McNeal Laterra Johnson. Team members were Link Bishop.. snake bit. Next season will be a can, James Davis Kenny DeSue Crawford Team members, were Phillip Hersey Amy Home Cindy Quinn,
Ron Zurfluh Michael McKinney. young group, said Coach Guiterrez. and Tyrone Sanders ran as well) as Jimmy Crawford Clyde Kim Ross Christy Gault Kristy
Left fielder Travis Long was nam- they could for example. DeSue. Jonathan Ferguson Keith Harrison Misty Fili.

. Lawtey First Baptist, Air Park Tied for First in Men's Church Lea .!iii> I IWith

7-2 records,.the First Baptist Upcoming... -- --0--;
Church of Lawtey and Air Park are F.B. F.Presby.. (i Vince Robinson Devin Jackson Stars 8 F.Pres. 7 Air
tied for the lead in the Men's Church The Church League and Men's First Baptist of Lawtey outhit Tommy Balkcom Jay Mckeown The Stars Park 14 Lawtey FB 8
League sponsored by the Starke League play games with each other First Presbyterian 21-15 and won and Jason Levin. Presbyterian jouthit First Air Park Baptist outhit First Baptist ,
Recreation Department because there aren't enough teams 13-6 Tuesday May 29. 14-11 and only won by of Lawtey 20-14 and won 14-8
Team Standings: in either league. All games are S.Campbell led F.Baptist of Air Park 4 F.Meth. 3 one point. Stars Thursday May 24. I

F. sapist . ... ... ... ... ,7.2 played at the Edward's Road Com Lawtey with a '4-for-4 performanceat Air Park outhit First Methodist 9-6 Alday the plate.led .the Getting two,going hits 3for4at Lloyd GilpinSr., 4-for-4 at the.
Air Pork plex. the plate. J.Starling 3-for-3 and were plate led Air Park.Lonnie Olvie Jr.
was won 4-3 Monday, June 4.
Thurs., June 7: Church of God Francis Carlton,; Wise and. J., .and Chuck: Reed ,
Start. 4.3 Donnie Wise 3-for-4, and Scott Dun- Kirby Hildebran led Air Park with Hersey. !I were 4-for-3. Get
Fr! Prbytrlan ... ........ .4.4 tist plays of First Methodist and First Bap- can and D.McNei12-for-I. :3-for-3. Going 3-for-2 was Eric Naz- ting two hits were Lonnie Olvie Sr.,
Church of Cod.. ..I.? Lawtey First plays the Stars at 7 Air i Metres and Vaughn were 2-for-3, worth. I Kirby Hildebran, and Lloyd Gilpin,.
First Mcthedlit.|.' pm Presbyterian plays Kelly Dyal and Lewis were 2-for-4 Jr.
Park at 8:45 p.m. for F.Presbyterian.Stars Law. F.B. -F.Meth.. 3.

The First Baptist Church of 25 Church of God 6 Air Park 5 C.O.G. 4 First First Methodist Baptist 309 of Lawtey and won outhit by 12 F. Pres. 11 Ch. of. God 2

Lawtey has defeated the Stan -I. The Stars outhit the Church of God Air Park out hit the Church of God points. 15-3 Tuesday, June 5.Campbell First Presbyterian outhit the*
Church of God 14-8. First Methodist Mon., June 11: First Methodist 26-11 and won 26-4 Tuesday May 29. 11-6 but only won by one point 5-4, led First Baptist,'going Church of God only 12-10 but won 11-2
H. First Presbyterian 5-2, Air Park plays UCI at 8:45: p.m. Ashley Alday and Jason Hersey Tuesday, June 5. 5forat the plate. Duncan was Thursday May 24.
Baptist 5-0 and the First Park Tues.. June 12: Stars play Air led the Stars with 4 hits each. Ken Leading Air Park was Olive Jr.going 4-for-S K.Wise 4-for-4. Getting three Tim Lewis, with two home runs,
Presbyterian 136. at 7:30 p.m.First Presbyterian Carlton was S-for-3. Getting two hits 4-fo-3 at the plate. Getting two hits were McNeil and D.A's and Buddy Peterson were both,
plays Air Park Baptist at ':45 p.m. were Craig Wise Daryl Gnann, hits were Hildebran and Gilpin Jr.Horn.ts..it.i. Wise. : 3-for-3 to lead First Presbyterian.

I Rangers Win Two Games to Take Lead in Dixie toys, League I IThe I


Rangers with a 10-4 record Hangers 13 Bulldogs 1 Leading the Dolphins going 5forbat ..t...'-' 16 Indians 11 _
have won two games to take the leadof The Rangers outhit the the plate was Crawford. Going Red's ...... ..'.L..1't,t1..*-7 The + Cardinals 18 Hornets 7 I
the Dixie Boys Baseball League 12-4 and won 13-1: in five Bulldogs 4-for-4 was McNeal. Getting three Cardinals . _.. ... .. .... .. ..... *-? and A's outhit the Indians 32-26 The Cardinals outhit the Hornets :
sponsored by the Starke Recreation day May 29. innings Fri- hits were Brown Griffis, and ChrisW. ulldog .. .. .. ........ .'..... .. -10 won. 111 points Wednesday 34-25 and won by 11 points ThursdayLeading
Department. _. ... .. '... .. May 30.Michael i
Scott was S-for-3 at the Sun. ... ... j., i. J-10 May 31.
plate. Get-
ting two hits were Blye and McLeod. Phllll**,. .. .. .. .. .."...... .....2-13 I \
both including a homerun. ,,1
:The Brooker Bulldogs dropped to Cardinals going
second place with an 8-4 record.lead 4-for-4 at the plate were Kyle Ben
the Dixie Boys Baseball League Rangers 8 .. Bandits 4 Upcoming... Sutton Paul Brooks nett Greg Starling and Marcus
sponsored by the Starke Jeremy Lawson.l Josh Lee and Strong. Getting three hits were
.Department. Recreation Bandits 17 Mavericks 7 The Rangers outhil the Bandits 5-3,, Thurs., June 7, the Hornets play David Thomas were all) S-for-3 at the Cf Us Brown; Jeremy Crawford'Allan
The Mavericks outhit and won 8-4 Monday June 4. the Suns at 5:45: in Lawtey; In-
the Bandits p.m. plate. Getting two hits were Benjy Thompson Chad Duhaley,and
17-16 but the Bandits won going One Getting hit Scott two'Smith hits was McClellan. dians vs. the Bulldogs 9:45: at Edward's Murphy. Chris Evans, Adam Brian Reyes. -
: and McLeod. Rd.
away 17-7. Karl
Team Glissons. Sembroski.. and
Standings: ml200p088l090fS minor Baseball
Ring.r.. .... .. .. ........ .10-4 at Leis the lead the Bandits,going s-for- for 8/07/90 sports page Dewitt.
._.. . .. .. plate. Clayton got three Mts. Indians 10 Phillies 1
-"Bulldog* ....... _. .. .. FrI.,June 8: Reds vs.Blue Jays at
landll. ..., .. ........ ...... .. .. 7.7 den Coming and In with two hits were Red- 5:43: at Edwards Rd. At 7:15: A'I vs. The PhUlies oulhit the Indians'
Dolphin ..... ........... .......*-4.Mavrlck Bright. Cardinals at Edward's Rd. ifuh, the Indians: won 10-1< Mon-
*. ... ...... ......... .. .(-I* With a 13-0 record the A's hold the Mon., June 11: Reds vs. Hornets B.Jays'10Bulidogs'Z .day June 4.
lead In the Dixie Youth Minor
5:45: p.m. at Edward's Rd.;. Car
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dinals In
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Recreation Department. 21-20 and won 10-2 Tuesday May 29.
Upcoming... Dolphins 14 Mavericks 41 Team Standings: Getting two hits Were Cox Adams Going '2-for-3 at the plate
Frl.. June 8.. Mavericks vs. A'...J- .,......,......1.. ..... .. 14-0 Tues., Juno u: 5:43 p.m. Phillies Ela5f,1inl' *> Page. Taylor, Murphy Rehberg, Evans Brooks were
at 5:45 p.m. at Edwards The Dolphins outhit the Maverick HIM Jy.:.?...1.! .. .. .... .. .... .10-4 vs. A's at Edward's Rd.; Indians vs. McMillan. Jaekson. Tetsione and Thomas Sutton and Lawson
Rangers 33-8 and won by 10 points: 144. .ptdlans..a....... ... ... ,-4 Blue Jays at 7:15 at Edward's Rd. demons. and Pearce. were 2lor2.Paste .
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Big BIGMelons .,
The Starke Stars,an 18 and under day,June 7) on Edwards Road Field
softball team, will travel to Tifton, No.2.
Ga. tomorrow (Friday, June 8) to The weekend tournament Involves
play In the 13th annual KFC five teams, all from Georgia exceptthe
A patch of giant watermelonswere Friendly City" Invitational Soft Stars. The other teams Include
grown in Bradford ,just ball Tournament.The Shoppers Guide, last year's KKC .
off Bayless Highway by Count Stars, currently 11-6 on the Friendly City tournament winner
melt who ordered the seeds from rum- season and 6-2 in the Men's Church and national runner-up, from
"up country". League in Starke, are coming off a Cochran, Ga; Jo-Jo's Plowboys,
thrilling come-from-behind in the KFC Outlaws and Royal Pharmacy
"They would have gotten bottom of the seventh inning 8-7 vic- Rangers, all /from Tifton.
bigger if
we had gotten some rain" he said. tory Tuesday night, June 5, over The Stars will play their first tour-
The variety is called "Cobb Gem", First Presbyterian. The Stars play nament game at 1:45: p.m.Saturday,
and is planted on about half league leading First Baptist of June 9, on Field No.1 at the
Brummett has a 76 acre patch an acre.of Y l.nwlev at 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thurs- E.B.Hamilton Complex In Tifton.

"Crimson Sweet" that are now 1I4

ready for harvest. .....',.'...... Brooker Bulldogs 1 st Dodgers
"The price Is jumping up and I
down, now," he said. "From 7 8 2nd
cents to 4 or five cents. I think the ...:rI in Dixie Youth LeagueWith <<
price will be better up to the fourthof l ... ...,
July, but I can't wait. My melonsare R I i I ,: a 7-1 record, the Brooker two hits were Bishop and Wilkerson.
ripe and will sunburn if I don't ..... ) Bulldogs have won the Dixie Youth
.. .
harvest them now. .. Major League sponsored by the Dodgers 7 Astros 3

I .. '. Starke The second Recreation Department. The Dodgers outhit the Astros only
Melons in Georgia were frozen out the Bulldogs their place first Dodgers loss this handed past 12-11 but won 7-3 Tuesday, May 29.
this spring, he said, so Georgia Giant Melons!h.. week. Getting two hits for the Dodgers
were Jeremy Allen, Kevin Green,
mellons, will be much later this These giant melons were grown by John Brunimctt, Seated on the tailgate are grandchildren Jason Team.Standings.. .. .. ...:. Brad Barber, and West Milner.
season probably won't come In until just off Bulldog .. ..... ....7.'
Baylcsg Water Oak
August, he says. The variety Is Highway"Cobb Gem"near, Creek. Bruinmett,Jessica Brummett and a neighbor Amanda Dodger. .. .. ... ... ...............7SAstros Getting one hit were Shaun
and would
rey. M-m.r If It had rained Ri-n .......11 ..-MI have gotten Pelrrey. ... .... .. .......... ... ...1.4 and Burgin Mike, Timmy Olive, Brian Green,
M.ti. ..... ........'... ...... .....2.7 Sutton.

Starke Merchants Lead in Men's Softball LeagueWith Mets 7 Dodgers 3 7.Bulldogs The points Brooker outhit 13 Bulldogs- Dodgers the Dodgers winning 6 17.3 by

7-0 record "- The Mets cuthit the Dodgers 18-8 Thursday, May 24.
a the
chants lead the ,Men's Starke Mer- Tues., June 12, UCI plays KSP at won by 8 points Thursday May 31. May 29.Leading. and won by 4 points Thursday, May Tolleson and Crews lead the
Softball 7:30: p.m. At 8:45 p.m. the Starke Getting two hits were Lonnie Olive the First Methodist to 31. ,
Bulldogs going 3-for-3 at the
League sponsored by the Starke Merchants Play DuPont. Jr., Lonnie Olive Sr., Jo their first Jason Polk plate.
Recreation Department.Team Kirby victory were Ames, Elder, Wexler, and Hardy Getting two hits each were Mingo,
Hildebran,Lloyd Gilpin Jr.,Randall and Randall Polk with three hits. all
were 3-for-3 at the plate. Getting Baker,Sledge, Prescott, and Hodge.
standings: Norman, Ron Nazworth, and Tad Getting two hits were Jeff Johnson,
Stork M.rchants,7-0 DuPont 12 F.S.P. 2 Crews. Allen Wood, Jamie Whitehead.
....5.3 DuPont outhit F.S.P. 16-6 and won More
-' 10 S.Mer. 5 F.B. Law. 4 Worth Noting. I
FSP.| by points Monday, June 4. VCI 9 FSP 6 ..
The Starke Merchants Leading Dupont with 4-for-3 at the First Baptist of Lawtey outhit the -
have plate was Richard Hall. Getting two Starke Merchants 12-5 but the Mer- UCI outhit FSP only 16-15 but won
beaten free.
Dupont 12-4 and 4-0, UCI 15-8, nits &-6 Thursday, May 24. Reggae Festival...
12-5 and 12-10, First were Beaver DeSue Michael chants won by one point. Proceeds will for the school
Baptist 5-4, and go
Baker,3-for-3 at the led UCI
FSP 12-9 and 96.Upcoming. McDuffy, Danny McKinney, Stevie Getting one hit for the Merchants plate The Melrose Community School, playground fund.
Cox and Lee Bass.S. were' Ronnie Thomas, Farlen Mc- with a triple and a home run. Reed at the intersection of highways 26 Call ph. 475-5035 or ph. 6657780for
Clellen, John Lewis, Mains, and was 3for4. Getting two hits were and 21, will host the Melrose Reg- further information.
... Mer. 12 U.C.I. 5 Waddell. McBride, Aycox, and Holmes. gae Festival, featuring Carribean
The Men's The Starke Merchants outhit music, Sunday,-June 17, from 3:30-9 BUS Alumni...
League play games League with and each Church other U.C.I.I7-13and won by 7 points Mon- U.C.I. 10 Stars 9 p.m.The BHS alumni are planning a
because there aren't teams day, June 4. The Stars outhit U.C.I. 179 but opening act will feature the centennial celebration of Bradford
in either league. All enough Going 4-for-3 at the plate were lost by one point Wed., May 30. S.Merchants 4 DuPont 0 I'nity Band from Gainesville, play- High School, which will be 100
games are
played at the Edwards Road recrea- Lewis and Carlton. Getting two hits Going 3-for-3 at the plate was The league leading Starke Merchants ing Raggea music. Three other years old in 1991.
tion complex. were Starling and 'Barton. Two Akinson. Getting two hits were Reed shut out DuPont 4-0 in a low bands, the Charlie Chaplin Band, The BHS Alumni Association is
the Peter and the
Broggs Roots
homeruns were made by Carlton and Hodges. sponsoring a membership drive.
Thurs., June 7, the Starke Mer- scoring May 24 game. Radics, all from Kingston,
chants play FSP at 8:45 and Barton. Starling led the Merchants, Join today. If your membership has
p.m. F.!\Iet". 4 going Jamaica, will provide entertain- lapsed,
Mon., June 11, DuPont plays FSP 16 DuPont 3-for-3 including a triple. Getting ment. renew today. Annual dues
at Air Park 11 F.S.P. 3 First Methodist outhit DuPont 17- two hits are$5. Send checks to Alumni
7:30 Farlon
p.m. At 8:45: UCI play the were McClellan, Advance tickets
$10, at the ,
First Methodist.By Air Park outhit F.S.P. 18-5 and 12 and won by 12 points Tuesday Thigpen, and Waddell. $12. Children under age 14 admitted gate 32091.Association Dale Brown., P.O. Box President.1094,Starke,

I City Operations Manager Proposes- Veteran's Memorial Park on City-Owned... Land I

Buster Rahn generating station,be converted intoa additional plans. for developing the benches and picnic tables in a shad- Weldon said he visited a similarpql'k"about..twO" Memorial Hark, scheduled for
ICT Staff Writer I' vef i' n 'memorial park, honor ed with walkway through'the
plot.Weldon setting a ears' inAifetialiaVaKj '' November 25.
City'Operatlonb! ''Mllhsger"'Bi'Ii"' ins- t' rtin.>oli'aH>-warat>..ThaUy>,.. said support for the park park. Benches, tables, trees and.- Wai1';tett-eisea: with .
Weldon proposed to city commis- already owns the land,about 325 feet will be solicited from the American other items may be donated'by its beauty. TOKT. .
sioners, Tuesday June 5, that the on Call St. and 150 feet on Waters. Legion and Veterans of Foreign friends, relatives and veteran The park can be developed to coin- Weldon said the city already main-
land fronting East Call Street, The Starke council approved Wars. groups,with the privilege of placinga cide with the official opening of the tains the area,mowing the and
across Water Street from the Weldon's idea, telling him to bring Weldon envisions the park with plaque on the item donated. Camp Standing!! : Museum and cutting bushes. grass

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Sanders, Misty Telken Swain, B YR.88 KENTUCKY J.V. Pinot CH"'OO.... 7M\ 6.99 Sutter Home,.T oa ft 3.99 AYiIJit'e' ROYALE
Steven Thornton. BLENDED'
i BOURBON .I.v. CHATEAUNEUF 750 10.99 Glen Ellen KSBMfflf ft 3.99 SCOTCH SCOTCH WHISKY
Spanish: Cindy Harris. A duPAP& ML
,II -l 99 1399 Kendal-Jaduon CABERNET 750 11.99 1849 1599
Student Council: Allison Archey, J.Y. Pouilly Fuisse M 14.99 .
Ferguson Allison ,Farnsworth Kim Johnson, ,Aimee Beth OF-$95.88 CS. OF 6-$83.94. 7so SL Iidde PUllf ft 7.49Clos CS.OF- $109.95 CS.OF 6.$95.94

McKinney, Steven Thornton. Mouton Cadet ':::8:' ML 5,99

Vocational Education: 750 4.49 sa PREMIUM 86Jr
Valckenberg __at, ML AMBER OR SILVER
John Allen Crown 161" (hat.St. Jean IIA.C FUMI ML 9.49 L' RUM THE PREMIUM IS IN THE
Agriculture: Tommy
Balkcom, Kelley Dyal, Tommy 1.75. 12.99 SALE 101 PROOF la Francesca Y"IAIIOOUIIO 750 Mt5UU 2.99.! SSS ft 4.99Sebastiani
Hamilton, Bo Hersey, Sam Norris, "M. "" -2.00 REBATE = 1499 I
1149 laIIouletYerdIem i'Ml 10.99
Lance Wiggins. e..n 750
Business: Teresa Bassett, Ken- 10.99CS 1 j AFTER ML ) EADVIGNDN ML 5.99 ai Fr I
neth Clark, Evette Covington, Ken- OF 6.577 947ECS. Marques deRi alS7M\l 7.49 750 CS.OF 89.94 CS.OF-$80.94
OF 12 $137.88 Jordan wJ..n 17.99
neth DeSue, Sarah Douglas, Cindy !ilL
Harris, Melissa Jones Kevin Krack, Cockburn roo 7801349
Valerie Krack,Keith Linzy,Quetlna : ) HEAVEn : 8:49: KendalJaduonBeringer o- M< 9A9 BARTLES JOSE
Parks, Misty Telken Swain, Loren I Mouk.Yefdltne$ = ,. '

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Brick Block Laying: Junior \ 80" BOURBON GOLD TEQUILA

Acevedo.Carpentry: Randy Milton. i 19 ML 12A9 'Eberle =::. 9.49 vM. Mra-' 299 999
Cosmetology: DeAnna Francis. LTR S 750 Noir ft '. ML
Criminal Justice Assisting: Tonya Oiat Pouleaux 85 ... ML 14.49 Beaulieu Pinot 7.49 .
CS.OF 24 $17.94 CS.OF 12
Baker, Holly Goolsby, Lori Mann, CS.OF 73.50 _CS. OF 65.94 *AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC STORES ONLY $119.88OH
Kim Singletary.
Drafting: Scott Manning.
Overall Business Award: Valerie v J+

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Krack, Misty Telken Swain, Valerie I I _
Krack.Word Processing Certificate: Cindy I i I :p ,

Davis, Sarah Douglas, Cindy 4A-1
liarris Valerie Krack, Candice I'r
Roberts, Lori Sellers. I

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Bassett, La Donna Banks, Cindy
Davis,Sarah Douglas,Cindy Harris,
Valerie Krack Angela Mitchell,
:Lori Sellers, Ann Simmons, Misty I
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People- for HRS Foster Parenting- Programby LOWER combine to PRICES bring you Start 6/7

Sue Ellen Smith son In a similar manner two years investigator supervisor at the HRS HRS allegations that they have been
ICY Staff Wrlt.rFourmonthold before. Patty, a beautiful child withno Children, Youth and Family unit in abused abandoned or neglected by IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK:
Patty was serious behavior problems was Starke,}{says 16 foster families are their parents are true McKinney
brought Into a foster care office by placed in a foster home until a fami- not enough. Both counties, he said, said.HRS is often tipped off to possible 750 CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICED RUM 7.49
two people who claimed to be her ly member could be found who need more people to take care of this abuse by people who call the 750 SMIRNOFF VODKA 80Q" 6.99
parents.They said they had been hit would take her. area's abused, abandoned or stale's abuse hotline
chhiking with the baby and wished to Patty's story is not Uncommon. neglected children. How long a child will stay in foster 750 WILD TURKEY 101 11.49
temporarily place her in a foster Everyday children who have been "We need to remind citizens that care depends on how quickly the 1,5 CRIBARI WHITE ZINFANDEL WINE 5.99
home until they could find jobs and a abused,abandoned or neglected are these are our children," McKinney child's parents complete court requirements 750 FlISCHMANN ROYAL VODKA 4.99
house: placed in the care of foster parents.In said. "We want to keep our childrenif for them to regain
Within a week, the two had disap- Bradford and Union counties at possible.Citizens must come custody of their child or how long 750 MAlIBU COCONUT RUM' 8.49
peared. Health and Rehabilitative alone there are 31 children with their forward and ask for information. before the child is adopted. Until 150 SEAGRAMS V.O. 8.99
Services found the man was not Pat own stories to tell.Luckily,there are That's all." that time a foster family is the only 750 SEAGRAMS EXTRA DRY GIN 6.69
ty's real father. Her mother, they 16 foster families to listen. Children are most often placed in family the child has.
learned, had abandoned an infant But Richard McKinney,protective foster care when a court decides Debbie Jones, who has taken care LTR CANADIAN HUNTER 1.99
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she foster
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,... ''. ,', family can be to a child.
;1. the neglected, the abused,each witha LOUNGEStarke
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Jjo. +' ", ," >>1. love and security," Jones said. 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
;':$ :: Jones, a single parent of an
;' .' adopted neice, now cares for six OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
'! t, foster children. Her first experiencewith
"A .' ,\:";1",' I, ,,'16;..', ., "I, ;,1'I'Ii !',. foster children was when HRS
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ti,. ...' ;, -: ., ; ': months WEDNESDAY'S
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realized how hard foster parenting
oIili' < could be. Slim Short and Rose Marie on Keyboards
r.. "It was hard when they went
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1"IIII'm: '1'FLFGItAI: :<< "11. TIMKN&: Mt/NI'I'Laara.raA.1'ION June 7. IJKNI tl i I
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The woman's ten-year-old son cle! was stopped fur a traffic viola
rested June 3 for violation '
Police Beatby eventually the attack by tion June 1.Douglas contol of community Traffic : Dean. He was released after a $1,000 .,
sloped escape 8l.'ClrJlnlC to
walking bedroom N. KeddinK, 24, was M. David Adcrholt. drain in being Jeffrey: Lynn; Lynch 30, of Union surety! bond was posted.
and then running for help. At thut charged with petit theft-when it was detained for Browurd! Carolyn Eavo point the victim bit the rapist and discovered the lax on his vehicle has 111I1 horUrl'II"I' ing under Influence (DUD), driving James Warren 'I'aulk 26, was ur
BCT Staff Writer removed his hand from her mouth been stolen, according to Major W. while license suspended 1 (UWI S), rmtecl'une 2 for DWI.S, according
and yelled for her win to run get his C. Iteno. The driver of the vehicle according( to Sgt. David Four ArrestedIn grandmother, who lived next door. KimlxTly <:. Thompson, 20, was Haul Edward Cohen, 36, was':arrested l.yrwh'k bliMMl alcohol content was released! after a $215.25' cash! /bond
Hampton AccidentFour When the man started to run after charged with (petit theft and driving1' June 3 for possession of .1:1: |Mri'ent.( lIe was released after! a wits IIIIKIt 1.
(he hey the woman called the police. with mi valid driver's license said substance, according controlled i i to $:orlCJO! +surety bond was poslel.Fredidio .
people were arrested Satur.I McNenl was arrested and taken to llcim. Redding was also charged Patrolman Michael Strickland. i I
lily night in Hampton during the investigation I he county jail where bond was set at with allowing nn unauthorized person Cohens 'was released on his i
of an accident. $Suoo. lie was released on his own to drive.llcccnt. rccogni/jince. Arrested at the same Darrell! Mack 29, win ar-
Three Looking?
men were arrested when reenniyance.| rested for DUI to
time was a black male Juvenile also }tune 2 according
they interfered with Chief John The victim treated and released -
ArrestsIn charged: with possession of mari Deputy Tim lodges who attempting to work from Bradford Hospital. and alcohol!content .14
accident t'K-lft/221 Bradford County juana crack cocaine. was ,IlCreenlie Check theClassiReds
nn at at lx>tts t was released after a $500 surety
Corner The men were part of a Two Arrested The following arrests were made Robert Box was arrested on a bond was posted.
large crowd I Hint had been
drinking by local authorities in Bradford capias charging two I !
in In Traffic StopTwo aggravated
public cursing at the officer and
(Comity. assault with a deadly Itayrjiond Wayne Massey, 28, was
causing a dial rubitnee. people from Hampton were weapon He was released on his own arrested June 1 for DUI (second offense
A vehicle,driven by Arvil!Shcaley, arrested in Starke when their vehi George William 'rain, :I2, was ar- recognizance : ).according Trooper Donald
turned into the path of a eastbound
vehicle (driven by Chris Will- I I
iiiKham) on (:H-t8 striking the vehi- I
cle. Shea ley then got into another
vehicle and fled the scene. Only WinnDixie'DISCOUNT)I>
minor injuries were reported in the COUPONS

accident. : '3" OFF ADULT *I" OFF CHILDREN
When Chief (Hodges attempted to : 'ORTM
check (the pickup truck left by : NEW FOR
Shea ley, the three men kept him dm; tiym4F
from netting to the truck until : 19901i !
backup arrived.
Charged with disorderly intoxication i \\
were Clan Waldron. 40, Allen
Lee Shea ley, 28. and James Jo:. Curtis A MILLION GALLONS OF r3-
25, according to Chief (Hodges. : SPLASHING, CRASHING "..
They were released they each T --- WATER FUN!
bond. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN South Rlvcfvlaw' DrlrtJMyll l ti
posted a $250 surety -DIXIE LOCATION: 1 lilmd, Ootql. >1MO
Charged in the accident when he STARKE Oft E."4, I-M
returned to the scene was Arvil 470 WEST MADISON ITHEIT
Sheaiey, 54 for driving under In-
fluence third offense), leaving
scene of accident with property
damage and refusing to sign cita- CASHIER
tion. He was released after a $2,000 APPRECIATION
surety bond was posted.
Property damage was listed as

$2,000.Cause Two Jacksonville Local TroubleTwo Men WEEK Committed to Service.

men with Jacksonville ad-

many dresses problems; caused and local much authorities paperwork VOTE FOR YOUR :FAVORITE CASHIER.We
with their five arrests in three ; .

days.Kenneth Lee Buck, 30, was arrested ..Q We realize that all of our We want to give our customers

driving May while 30 license for theft suspended of tag,and according / w aA cashiers work hard and diji- the opportunity to vote for

to Major W. C. Reno. Buck Q customer their favorite cashier
bonded out only to be again arrested gently to give good during

June 1 after he was involved in an IX'E' service. Their hard work, decUour; Cashier Appreciation Days,
accident at Walnut St. and US-301 at
the cannon. Buck was taken by EE cation and loyalty are valued May 31-June 13, 1990. Vote for
Rescue to Bradford with
minor lacerations according Hospital to America's supermarket': highly and much appreciated your favorite cashier today!
Paramedics Nelson Green and Bill

driving O'Neal.while under He license was the then influence suspended charged and, according driving with Discount Prices That Save You More !

to Patrolman Terry Feltner
Buck's blood ati 'u. Content w 3 .29

percent. .
Donald Ray Buck,35, was also ar-

after rested causing June 1 for a disturbance public intoxication at the 200/0/ 50 ... '

Magnolia their 2 own the Hotel.recognizance.June Buck's They were were.again releasedon ar- % 50/0'/ 20o/0 2i50/o/

rested by Officers Feltner and
Wayne Wilkinson for public intoxication

released after Bar-B-Que.on causing their own a Again distrubance recognizance.they were atSonny's Off OFF Off OFF Off

Gainesville Man AUPanty All :
Ml\\ Bags ol' All AllGreeting
Charged RapeA Bonneau
Chips, Maguines CardsEveryday
Snack Trial
31-year-old Gainesville man was Sizes
arrested May 29 in Starke and Sunglasses/ i Paper Back Books
charged with rape. ,Everyday Everyday
James Coleman McNeal is charged Everyday Everyday
with false imprisonment and sex-
ual battery according to Lt. K. R. I ,
Hinds, Jr. McNeal allegedly gained
entry to the victim's home by asking
her to let him in to tell her about a VERYOAY
sick relative. McNeal and the victim aUlJalt EVERYDAY
were once married but have been r LOW PRICE LOW PRICE
divorced several years. According
to the report McNeal tried to recon-
cile with the victim but she said no,
at that time McNeal grabbed her ., {lippPd
took her into her bedroom turned
her stereo up so no one could hear 1 se-
physically restrained her her bedand S
raped her several times said .......


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964-5644 NINJA TURTLE .

An improved altitude on the part of the rya GENUINE DRAFT PACK + or PUNCH LEMONADE LEMON/LIME
driving public and greater attention to MILLERBEER '. (?( I 10K THIRST
automobile the df
lately on part of the car $1399
manufacturers have combined to make 1989! ,... TISSUE (_ 1. QUENCHER
the safest year for driving in our nalion'shistory. -
Statistics released by the National A
Highway Traffic Safely Administrationshow a ..
that the fatality rate for 1989 was 2.2 5 ROLL$6gg ... ,- $149
deaths per 100 million milcslravcled. This DELI PtG. 64-oz.
number represents a 33 percent L>* i' CANS ,w BTL.PREPRICED .
improvement over 1980's rate,and caps t .
T eo
continuous trend toward greater auto safely I REGULAR or HICKORY
throughout 19801. Tho public is to be I ILB DOVE LIQUID $12 FISCHER !I. HUNTS BARBECUE
driving congratulated safety for and its increased greater attention resolve against to 2 9 8 DISH DETERGENT 3M.TL. TEA BAGS I I I i I ioea rate SAUCE I. I I I IJ 79'

drunk driving. For their part,car FIG APPLE STRAWBERRY WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR
having produced safer with such .
cars safely FOR
failures u three-point harness restraint and HAM, TURKEY or ROAST BEEF NABISCO PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
air bags. The result a"safer roads rorcvCl'OfIO. DELI FRESH $-J99 : NEWTONS t "AiSL; lamas'=- CONVENIENCE AND LOW PRICES

Locally-legislated mandatory seal-bell SIX BAKERY VARIETIES FRISH $ 0 9 REGULAR .. .[. RED DELICIOUS
use has also contributed to increased *M.ri. $199| 1 AIM TOST ,PASTE 4(
driving safely in many areas of the tAUflNS . +. 200:. I : .... APPLE!

Some of the ol Jest fold safely' rules never OAT DELI BRAN TORTILLA I CRUNCHY or SMOOTH <. *> 8 C. ;:v, ,( PRESCRIPTIONPURCHASE
change: the larger your vehicle,the infer you 9ge DEEP SOUTH ..4-oz. ? .
are;good brakes save liver;never drive when CHIPS I . ww" $5>6tr TUBE- I I
you're tired,or otherwise impaired. Discover PEANUT BUTTER : Ml fisl Y' WE WILL NOT KNOWINGLY
Street(SItld Rd. 16))in Starko We have
91,1101IlIrta) | in stack and run a complete

honored machine shop Our service.customers Major become credit friends cards and I I 4 j1.ItLtni
M-F have 16.00 kept,Sit in business 11\ Phone since 964-5644.1972. Open :_ I : : TheI 1

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suspended, according to Patrolman was arrested and charged with tot transports required the
News Briefsby W S. Allen. Hall, who was released grand theft auto according to Major transporting of 106 patients. Forty-
June 3 after a$1,000 surety bond WitS W. C. Reno. Beard was returned to five calls required no transporting..
M posted for trespass was returned to Starke by officers of Starke Police The back-up unit made IS runs and
Carolyn Eaves the county jail. Department. He remains In the one patient was transported by
BCT Stall WriterVehicle county jail.The vehicle was in foundIn STAT-FligW.
Stolen Vehicle good condition and has been The majority of the patients, 65,
Recovered returned to Starke. were taken to Bradford Hospital
RecoveredIn Reno was assisted by Lt. K. R. Seven patients were taken to Shands
O O / Minutes After Nassau Co.A Hinds, Jr. and Patrolman Mack Hospital five to North Florida
aA StolenJune Short. Hospital and 20 to Alachua General
Being 21-year-old Starke man has been Hospital,all in Gainesville.
4 a vehicle was reported charged with stealing a vehicle in Bradford County Illness related calls topped the list
stolen from N. Myrtle St. at 11:40: Slarkc nnri driving the Vehicle to of emergencies with 40 people
a si p.m.,within minutes the same vehi- Fernanama Beavn where It was Rescue Answers needing attention. Twenty cardiac
cle was stopped on Center St. by recovered. 146 Calls In May patients (one in full arrest was the
Starke Police Officers. May 30 a vehicle was reported next highest need. Ten runs were to
Walter Allen Hall 22, was arrested stolen from North Church St. in Bradford County Emergency people in trauma and an another five
for grand theft auto,resisting Starke according to Patrolman Medical Services Rescue respondedto runs were to people in trauma
arrest with violence battery of a law Michael Strickland. a total of 146 calls/or/runs duringthe resulting from vehicle accidents.Ten .
i enforcement officer, driving under June 4 the car was recovered in month of May according to people suffered respiratory problems
f influence and driving while license Nassau County and Joseph Beard SuiM>rvisor Cliff Chapman. four calls were to drug over-
_. dose victims and one call was to a
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gunshot victim.
One call was to an obstetric patient ?
ten runs were interhospitaltransfers
"THE HAMBURGER THAT BUNS LOVE ,three runs were cancelledand
two calls were false alarms
QUANTITY RIGHTS Four dead when the
/./- _. ::;:.f.'. WMM*o.*..noMts- i.w>NOcorvmoHi ) unit arrived, said Chapman.
( O ..1 I Dial 911 Emergency

JUNE 7-13, 1990
+ 1 "mm \ tys&mw&ii'MEDALLION FIIP Troopers
.MiiM1 w-'o
Continue License,

DIXIE DAHLINQ Vehicle Inspections

Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
2u $1093LBS. fAMILY PAK vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
the week of June a through June
14 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
__ SR-16, CR-18, CR-16. CR-21B,
MORE FRYER CR-225, CR-123, CR-229 CR-231,
or CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-looA

in Recognizing Bradford County.the danger presentedto

STOREBREAST the public by defective vehicle
FRESH MARKET LB. equipment, Troopers will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being
I operated with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and defective
8 A.M. lighting equipment.. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to drivers
GROUND BEEF TIL who would violate the driver license
11 P.M laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these check
points to be an effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver
3 or 5.LB PKO W-D HANOI PAKGROUND FARMERS CHOICE license laws of Florida while Insur-
BEEF L" $128 GROUND TURKEY 2 ::';s $149 ing the protection of all motorists.

GROUND CHUCK. L" $2' GROUND MARKET MADE TURKEY. 99C LB. Union Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will
3-LBS. or MORE FRESH MARKET be driver license and
CHOPPED SIRLOIN L" 247 MEATLOAF . .a $1983.LBS. vehicle conducting inspection checkpoints during
or MORE FRESH MARKET SOUTHERN PRIDE I U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' SKINLESS & the week of June 8 through June

GROUND ROUND ,. $247 BEEF PATTIES . PKG. $399 FRYER BREAST . NL NLEg298 SR-238 14 in SR-100, CR-18., SR-121 CR-237, SR-231,CR-229 SR-241,

CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
796A in Union County.Emergency .


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.W'D iL It \" ,io..M. \ 9' $ :: : THESE SERVICES_ of WA1LABUe.Starke: '?j .,; Business Seminar' ,Set

1170 ggc 1 LB, 191- Checking 'rrave1'r's Checks at Andrews! (:ent'er' '
12-oz. CUPS Savings Account Credit Card Applications
PKG. Loan Applications Money Orders "How to really start your own
Certificates of Deposit Night DepositoryHICKORY business" is a seminar being
Woo Money Market Accounts Notary Public presented Thursday June 21, at the
SWEET ENDLESS LINK $ 99! W-D SPICED Santa Fe Community College An-
$239 SMOKED SAUSAGE IS D LUNCHEON . IB I HOURS: drews Center from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30:
La :
HOT or MILD FfjRI, 9am-8pm: : : sflBanksr' p.m.The three-hour workshop, spon-
TURKEY ROCKING M $299 | elm.2pm sored by the Bradford County
48e 21& TURKEY PATTIE. L8 Economic Development Corporationand
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Thursday, May 17, president school girl In her red and white inge which added much to her blue outfit complete with glove pipe
Maureen Paul welcomed membersand checked jumper dress. Carlton Paul Charleston demonstration hat with a feather in it.
six guests to the Bradford-Union wore the typical farmers outfit, The program was under the ilirrc
Retired Educators Meeting. complete with straw hat and hoe.An Russell Norman was a very lion of Blanche Brown wuli UH
Using scripture found in Romans original sack dress was worn by dignified President Taft In his black assistance of Millie Hardln, MamieJo
12, Mrs. Blanche Brown presentedan Mrs. Blanche Howard. This ver- suit and pencil mustache. Douglas, and Lonita McGill. Mr.
inspiringdevotional on using satile model had four muslin ham Vegetarian Millie Hardin was lovelyin and Mrs.. Chester Moody "Florida'a Natural Choice Since 1941"
talents which are givn by God. Love sacks attached at the waist with her 14-carrot: dress which was an photographed this show.
and cooperation among members paper sacks decorating the blouse. original design. A graceful hula During the business meeting,
must exist if an organization is to Mrs. Howard carried a basket of dance was performed by Mrs.Doris minor changes in the by-laws were
grow. Mrs. Brown concluded her "goodies"which she shared with the Richard in her authentic Hawaiian discussed and approved. A reportwas
devotional with prayer. audience. Senorita Laveda Clawsonwas costume. A charming tea party given on members who were ab- HOMEOWNERS SPECIAL $139
beautiful in a gorgeous full dress was worn by Mrs.Maxine Gib- sent because of illness.Chairman of
The Grace Stevens Cultural Af- skirted Mexican dress. Mrs. Delia son.Her turquois dress with pleated Community Participation Douglas I INCLUDES PLUS:
fairs Committee presented an In- Saunders was attractive in her blue skirt was adorned with beautiful tea asked that reports on volunteer work 120 GAL. PROPANE TANK COMPLETE
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Maid school teacher. The antique with red bonnet, Mrs. Ethel display.Lunch. KEEP FULL DELIVERY SYSTEM
watch necklace which she wore was Pinkston entertained the group with was served in the private .- !! :m1\" .
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lady of her position. Mrs. Cleo Red- Clawson portrayed the flapper in hr final model portrayed by'Bill Restaurant where the meeting was
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Last summer Maudrey Wain- S
wright decided she wanted to start a
garden. Not just any garden, mind Linda Ginny Smithat
you, she had something special in Ship
mind. Now one year later her idea at Eckerd's Dampfer's Pharmacy
has blossomed and transformed a Starke, FL Keystone Heights, FL
once vacant"disaster"lot on Butler From 10:00 a.m.till 2:00 p.m. From 9:00 a.m.till 2:00 p.m.
Road in Starke into a gardener'sdream. ;
.r'' Tuesday,June 12 Friday,June 15th
Wainwright who lives on Clark

Street with her husband, J.R.sald 1 *. ,-. ,.:" t't .. We service all makes and models of
she didn't have the room near her rJ
home to start the kind of garden she r Hearing Aids and offer FREE Hearing
wanted. So she decided to buy an _
empty lot. But before she could buy Evaluation. if you or someone you love
a lot, Ruth Prevatt, a friend who
lives on Butler Road, told her she has a hearing problem, or difficulty
could use the empty lot In front of
her house instead."I understanding conversation, please

you get told you her some'Maudry seed and, why go don't right .... come and take advantage of this free
over there,'" Prevatt said, pointing '4.' .r, ., .vv; >
offer. If can't in call
to the lot across the street from her ;;t. .,. you come please
house. 378-2088 and make an
And that's just what Wainwrightdid. Maudry Wainwright transformed this once vacant lot on Butler Road In Starke Into lush,landscaped fruit vegetableand
But she took more than just flower garden.Maudry .
seed. She also took plans and
building and irrigation materials,
her idea of a garden growing in her r v rrc Smith Scholarship
"I was just going to do a little bit, Application
but It kind of got out of hand,"Wain-
wright said.Wainwright. Deadline June 15 PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc.
had the lot disked and ., ,
began making beds according to her Applications are still available for
plans.Her plans called for an Irriga- students who wish to apply for the
tion system which her soninlawand Smith Scholarhip.In CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY *
grandson helped her install.She 1984 a donation was made by the
(, also began visiting cemeteries to family of Foster Shi and Mary Ann
gather leaves for mulch, which she Smith for the establishment of a Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
swears by. scholarship fund. Recipients will & Speech PathologyMedicare
"The leaves go right to the soil and receive$500 per year to cover tuition
improve the soil. It also holds % and textbook expenses. Applicants
moisture,"Wainwright said. must have completed an Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted
Once her beds were finished and undergraduate program and be
bordered with wood she began plan- ready to enter an upper level pro- Karen Lord, MA. CCC/SP
ting. And the list of what she plantedis gram in the fall of 1990. The Smith Peggy Ploatner O.T.R.
Scholarship is designed for studentsin
virtually : corn, string
beans, butter beans, eggplant, their junior or senior year at a col- Laura Hodges. P.T.
cucumbers, tomatoes, sunflowers, lege or university.: Beth Bigelow P.T.. RN. A.T.C.
pearl onions sweet peppers, okra,
To obtain an application form S.R. 26 & Centre Street
strawberries watermelon cantaloupe 486 N. Temple Ave.
Whitehead direc-
Eugenia ,
bell pepper, dill, parsley, r, Melrose Florida 32666
tor of student services, Bradford Starke, Florida 32091
squash peas t.A
at County School Board, 582 N.Temple
Her garden is also landscapedwith
Avenue, Starke (964-6800). 964-2208
a variety of flowers and plants
including roses,marigolds and large o- ,s : y Applications must be submitted by
9t:1 June 15, 1990 and winners will be
an- Hours by Appointment
castor bean plants which she said nounced Physician Referral
will keep moles out of her garden. by July 16,1990.
Wainwright encourages birds to Wainwright admire one of several sunflowers blooming fat her ___ __.__m
visit her garden with bird houses garden.She laid the planted the.un o..en for the birds who will eat thefeeds
placed throughout the garden. when the lower dry.
"The birds eat the insects, and
they can do a lot for you with their said. But there's nothing she would what she sows in her garden. She
beautiful songs," she said. rather do. said she doesn't can much but gives
The highlight of the garden is a "It's entertaining to me, plus the away what she doesn't use.
landscaped seating are _ulUler q bjeauiy"Wainwright said. "It keeps And what does Wainwright's hus- p '
huge pear tree laden with fruit." 'JI 7 me busy: and'T receive' 16'tii# ucb."3 bdrtratffik: of bar garden?
.. ,Keeping such* large/'landst l!t>e... J .VtainwV.ighuOiutlend V, aid 6)hVb'like) &" ,' Wainwright said.
garden is a lot of work, Wainwright relatives also reap the benefits ?>f "IWIhIC1 friejnds over to see it."

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Water lawns and plants in the mor- based on an odd/even number home through Friday. There are no are responsible for studying the
nings and evenings only to avoid address system. Those with an odd restrictions on low-volume irrigation underground aquifer and overseeingthe
evaporation of water. "number address can use their out- with one hose, fitted with an use of the water it contains
Use mulch to keep moisture around side water for washing cars and automatic shut-off... nozzle. regulating development in river
plants. watering lawns on Monday Wednes- floodplains, licensing well drillers,
When possiblek use drip irrigation day and Saturday from 4 a.m. to 8 Fines for violating the mandatory gathering data on groundwater
instead lers. a.m.and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Those with restrictions In the district start at quantity and quaJitYi and working to
even addresses can use outside $50. protect the water in rivers
These tips can not only help con- water on Tuesday, Thursday and The SRWMD and the SJRWMn and hkPII.I .
serve water, they can help lower Sunday from 4 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 5
Union County water and electric bills.A p.m.streets to,9 sidewalks p.m. Washing, and and other cleaning nonporous | Looking to Rent? Check the Classifieds |

small portion of southeast Bradford areas with water is prohibited
Clay County
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line is included along with all of Clay fri
Bradford County County in the St. Johns River Water
Management District. Residents of Home vegetable gardens in the
these areas are under mandatorywater SJRWMD can be irrigated with any UNCLE OSCAR'S
restrictions. For householdsin type of sprinkler from Z a.m to 8
the district the restrictions are a.m. and S p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
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by Sue ElUn Smith conservation of water In the district
BCT StoH Writer should include the following:
Don't let those late afternoon
thunderstorms fool you into thinking Inside the Home:
we're getting enough rain in the tri- Limit time in the shower to five
county area. Most of Rradford Coun- minutes.
ty and all of Union County are still Fill bathtubs only 1/4 full and be
under a Suwannee River Water sure to block drain before turning on
Management District Modified the hot water. The initial burst of
Phase 2 Water Shortage Advisory. cold water will be warmed by hot
.\ncl that, loosely translated, means water later.'Remember.
residents of those areas are being to turn off dripping
.isked to voluntarily conserve water. faucets. .
Clay County, which falls under the Turn faucet off when brushing teeth
St Johns River Water Management and rinse using a cup. t M1tY ,'','+i, d qi \s 1 ] 13.i S Mr i 4.7; r s sit
District is still under mandatorywater Use toilet dams or fill a plastic jug F { :
restrictions. weighted with marbles or stones +c
According to the SRWMD, low with water and place In the back of
rainfall over the past 24 months has the toilet. This will save a gallon of
groundwater or aquifer levels water every time the toilet is flushed.
seriously low over much of the Run dishwasher only when there is
district with some areas reaching a full load.
record lowsWithout When washing clothes adjust
conservation and/or rainfall water levels to fit the size of the load
soon, SRWMD officials say the or wash only full loads.
supply of water in the district couldun Keep a bottle of drinking water in
low since the water we use the refrigerator.
omes from the aquifer.
Outside the Home
And while there's nothing we can Put nozzles on all hoses.
do about the lack of rain, there is Wash cars with a bucket.
something we can do about water Use a broom to clean driveways,
conservation sidewalks and decks instead of a
SRWMD officials say voluntary hose.

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I Bradford County Mav 29 Traffic Court Finals I :

The following individuals appeared dismissed. f My Way or the Highway'
for arraignment before Damon Jeffery Whitaker pled no Diane S. Muhlhauser pled guilty
Judge George H. Pierce in Bradford Douglas mobile home J. Prescot charged withno contest NVDL; fined $146.50, Tri Issuing worthless check ($25 to Wal- Western Show
County Traffic Criminal Court May tag, dismissed. tag; presented valid County supervision six months. Mart); make restitution and pay Country i
29. Charles Whitaker pled no contest expiredtag
Holmes Shaw
with charged more than four months; fined $50.Lesley Padgett pled guilty issuing :
expired driver's license .u
Robert Wayne Akers pled guilty than four months; presented more valid $146.50. worthless check ($10.65));show proofof % L r ..LItBi'1ford :/ ;"
driving under the influence (DUI-); driver's license, dismissed. Misdemeanor restitution, pay$52 court costs. 'i '
fined $700 license suspended five Dogan Lewis Smith pled guilty ArraignmentsCharles Padgett pled guilty issuing wor- << High : !
attend Sch:9.1
years advanced DUI DWLS; fined $120.25. Franklin Clark pled guilty thless check ($31.92 to Wal-Mart); !
schoool, ten
weekends,days Tri County in jail,supervisionone may serveon Smith pled guilty failed to obey battery; fined $146.50, Trl County show Jackie proof Marie of restitution. -;'/' ,';L'A5ATune 9 7 ;,;. ;.<)
traffic control device; fined $52. supervision 90 days. Reynolds pled no f p.m. '
fine within ) >> '
year pay nine contest
sale of alcohol
mon Robert Earl Terrell pled guilty Stephen William Foster pled guil- to minor; 60 i
ths.Akers DWLS fined ty criminal mischief show days court probation, costs waived. .
; $120.25 Tri County ; receiptof
pled guilty driving while supervision 60 days. restitution, 60 days court proba- Rhonda W.Seymour pled guilty Issuing Family Entertainment I
license suspended (DWLS); ten Terrell tion. worthless check($33.41 to Wal-
days in jail,fined$172.75,Trl County $32 court costs.pled guilty Improper tag; Jerry Wayne Gay pled guilty Mart); show proof of restitution. Local Talent*

supervision one year. rJ Kahrine Trooter charged with reckless display deadly weapon; Seymour pled guilty issuing wor-
Akers pled guilty open container; DWLS; dismissed. dismissed. thless check ($33.97 Wal-Mart);
fined$62.Benjamin. show proof of restitution and $52 1800749SONGJR i
O. Frank Carlson Waters pled guilty Michael Anthony Gregory charged pay iI
Armstrong pled guilty court costs.
NVDL with without license
fishing a
; presented valid license ;
DWLS; fined $120.25., Tri County dismissed. present valid license and dismiss or Christy Stebbins pled guilty Issu- I
supervision 60 days. Waters charged with unlawful pay $52. ing worthless check ($18.98 to Wal- .
speed; $52 court costs. Claretha Griffin charged with issuing Mart); show proof of restitution and
Armstrong pled guilty improper worthless check ($24.07 to pay $52.Sue FOOD STORES
A. Wolfred charged with issu-
Winn Dixie) $50 court costs,
tail lights fined $32. ; pay
Change of Plea
make restitution. ing worthless check ($21.25 Winn
Guy Lamar Anderson pled no con- David Dixie) restitution has been made, Keystone Heights
test no valid driver's license Timothy Cruger pled no James Allen Griffis charged with ; Hwy.Waldo
contest DUI; fined $700, license Issuing worthless check; restitution $52 court costs. SR100W (1l U and
NVDL) (motorcycle license)
court( Costs. ; $52 suspended six months,50 hours com- made and paid $50. Willie Wright pled guilty issuing 473-4274 Ot' L''D Cole St.
Melissa A. Collins munity work,attend DUI school,Tri Griffis charged with issuing worthless worthless check; show proof of
pled guilty ex-
County supervision one year. check ($240.46 to Jeff restituiton and pay $52 court costs.
than four
more months
pired tag
fined $120.25.Doile ; Cruger charged with Improper Caldwell); restitution made, $50 Wright pled guilty issuing wor- Prices good thru May 31st at your local Jr. Food Store
thless chek to Winn Dixie)
backing; dismissed. court costs paid. ($15 ;
Allen Finley pled no contest DUTCH HOLLAND
DWLS fined $120.25, Tri Walter Joseph Hewitt pled no con- Mildred G. Griffis pled no contest show proof of restitution. :j
; 60 County test DWLS; Tri County supervision, retail theft; dismissed. 'g
supervision Finley pled guilty days. equipment un- 50 hours community work,$52 court Mary Ann Guirate charged with Charles Clark pled no contest bat 99L$1.991/25.0R11BX1 : |>
safe condition; fined $32. costs, 60 days probation. issuing worthless check ($90.56 to tery; costs suspended, Tri County : |
Hewitt charged with failed to show Wal-Mart); restitution has been supervision six months, violate no proof of tag registration, failed to made, pay $50 court costs. laws. DRINKS
obey. traffic control device; dismissed. Lancm Devane Hersey pled no Timothy Bruce Newman pled no $2Vl9.j.; 99 John Foster ?
Douglas pled guilty
contest illegal possession alcohol contest battery; fined $146.50, Trl
DWLS; pay $52. beverage; $50 court costs, Tri Coun- County supervision.Kary 1/2 -
Ronald R. Johnson charged withno ty supervision., Padgett pled guilty petit 3 f tI.4 ROUND CREAM 89
mobile home tag; presented valid Billie Paule Kitzman pled no con- Priscilla W. Jackson charged with theft; 60 days court probation.
tag, dismissed. test DUI; fined $700 license issuing worthless check ($30 to Winn
Donald Edwin Meier pled guilty suspended five years, attend ad- Dixie); restitution made, costs
improper tag; present valid tag and vanced DUI school, Tri County suspended.
pay $52 or pay $120.25. supervision one year. Virginia Smelser Moree pled guilty -
Julie B. Pizzarro charged with Kitzman charged with DWLS; disorderly intoxication; 60 days
NVDL; presented valid license. dismissed. court probation, $75 court costs.
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BCT Staff Writer Refrigerators!

SFCC Summer B tory microfiche is also avialable at at the BCPL for the Captain Book
the library. The emissions data is Summer Library Program.
Registration June 1 4 being made accessible to the publicby
the Environmental ProtectionAgency's
Registration for new students for These resourses will Include a
Summer B classes will be held on Emergency Planning and bibliography of books in cassette
Community Right to Know Act. tape, disc and/or braille and the
Thursday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to The
Bureau of Library Servicesfor
3:30: p.m. at the Andrews Center of the Blind and Physically Han- equipment needed to play the
Santa Fe Community College in recorded formats.
dicapped in Daytona Beach will of-
Starke. fer patrons the opportunity to have
Regular registration begins on special format materials available Call 964-6400 for details.
Monday June 18, with a special
evening session on Tuesday,June 19, ----- jiil
from 6 to 8 p.m. Betty Lou Drost, a BUY HERE PAY HERE
college academic advisor, will be at BUY NOW
If the sealed
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Beginning Painting. -
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Other Summer B classes Easy
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Intro to Computers, College Com original purchase
position.Principles of Management ((904) 964-7783 tA tTAG &.''%'''F price.
Business Math, College Algebra and _
TOMMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple Avenue Offer End August 31, 1990
American National Government. __ (A.k lor D..g.,
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and run to August 16. For more in-
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Amanda Murrow to WASHERS DRYERS

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Seven-year-old Amanda Brooke
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at 7p.m.In the Bradford High SchoolAuditorium. 65 Ford F100 P/U DRYERS
Her first talent show $695
V8 AT Stk. 3298
was the Medicine Show which her No. 1 preferred
mother said put her in contact with 79 Ford Courier P/U No. 1 preferred brand'Lasts
and recording studiosin $595 brand 1
song Nashville. 4 cyl. 4 Sp Stk. 3347 .1 longer, Dependabilityfewer

Amanda has been singing since fewer In
77 Olds Cutlass
the age of two and has performed in $995 commerciallaundries
talent shows in school for the past V8 AT PS PB AC Stk. 3345 less service costs
said she Large capacity
two years. Her mother
needs the support of friends and .199.DOWHt 40 PER WEEK
family at the talent show as atten-
dance and applause will help deter- 80 Chrysler Newport $
mine the winner of the show. V8 a 995 ljj&tf&Maytag I /
For tickets, contact the Murrows.
Tickets may also be purchased at 80 Ford Futura $1695 Washer or Dryer in Stock
the door the night of the show. 8 I. AT PS PB AC Stk. 3324

BCPL Offers 81 Chevy Malibu $1495 FULL LINE OF WASHERS & DRYERSG.E

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AquacultureInformation MAYTAG KITCHEN AIDE
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Bradford County residents involved V8 AT PS PB Stk. 3348v 695 WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF WINDOW AIR

the Information gathering phase of
starting an acquaculture business 81 Ford $ 1 89'
may obtain a free Florida Mustang $1695
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The revised version includes factson 79 Buick Regal $2695
permitting, regulations, produc- 8 cyl. AT PS PB AC Stk. '3335 '

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REWARD:$250.00 FOR INFORMATION MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS for landscaping 7823140. tfn 205 N. Temple. Starke ?
leading to recovery of antique SHELL 4 BR. 2 BA WITH SHINGLE ROOF $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- 12
sign removed from Torode Farm one Hardboard siding, free set-up and 6946.12 APPLIANCES: New heavy duty Kenmora'
mile South 301. Probably removed $235/Mo. Call Uncle ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER washer ft. dryer. Washer has double Cecelia TerwflletfarSPECIALS
May 28. $500 FOR 'sMobile Home Sales Live Oak, PLATES.Measures 24x36inches.50 agitator; dryer has Ig. opening with OF THE WEEK
RECOVER OF SHELL SIGN.John 9043645197. 4 each. Great for patchingand light; white used 9 mos f'oved Into
3 BR. 2 BA. FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD. ......lful.laclc home en 1 ac. In city limits.3
Torode 964-4413 or 533-2323. DELUXE 14x70 SKYLINE: repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. apartment,cannot*.t;..V64-9580
cabinets and bedrooms I bath. SS4.000.00
1 Upgraded carpet deluxe Call SI. Starka. 12 or 964-6971. $550.00. 12
fumiture. $175/Mo. Call Uncle Roy's NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLL WILLIAMS JEWELRY MOVING SALE- A WONDERFUL BR home In the country with four acre. Beautifully main
( CARS TRUCKS ( Sales Live Oak 904- tained. CHCA. Mud sea to believe Call today for an appointment
f ...._ .. ,"; ., .' .. I Mobile Home ING MOTORS 1989 and 1990 models SEVERAL SHOWCASES cabinets
364-5197. 4 and DtebokJ safe on rollers. Call Williams -
'. .. '" ... JVANS:'. "' ; SPECIAL-24X44,3 BR.2 BA with shingle financing.Belowmostdealersinvoica.available.Marine Sales,Toll.% Jewelry 964-7064. 12 HOMES
1980 280 ZX: A/C. P/B. 5-speed. AM/ roof hardboard siding. Only $185/ Free 1-800-544-2850,5 days 8 am APPALOOSA STUD: Beautiful. 27 mos. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 4 BR, 3 1/2 BA, Over 2000 .f. CH/A ceramic tile
FM Cassette. Call alter 5 p.m. 533- Month. Call Uncle Roy's Mobile Home 5 pm CST. 12 old, broke ready to ride $600; one baths, on well manicured lot (.86 ac.) $75.000 I
2530 or 533-2474. 2 Sales Live Oak, 904-364-5197. HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 17' aluminum canoe $250; on* 17 HANDSOME 3-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beautlful view of Lake Sampson.
1976 BUICK SENTRY: For parts. 455 4CALLTODAY storage buildings, garages green fiberglass canoe $125.. Call 864- Located In Brlmwood Point. 3BR/2BA Control Heat pump carpeted Insulated
engine. Running. Call 964-5405. FOR YOUR FREE CREDIT houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy 7648. 12 windows skylights, mahogany oxt. doors sunken tub ceiling fans, 2205 SF
2 CHECK on a new or used Mobile 301 South 964-8848 TFN FRESH SWEET CORN FOR SALE: Call living room 1537 SF wrap-around porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
1987 BUICK REGAL LIMITED: One Home. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home 1212X21 964-2291 or 964-2933. 12 financing to qualified buyer. $105,000
owner; exc. cond., tit air power Sales Uve Oak 904-364-5197. CARPORT $990.NO DOWN PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER:2x6x8, .PRESTIGIOUS HOME the city of Starke. "4BR/3BA fireplace wood floors.
cassette, etc. Asking $9995. Call 4 PAYMENT.Handi House portable $3.32;2x6x12. $4.98;2x6x16.$6.81. Many axtras. 609 W.Call Street. $125,000
9649519. 2 TV SPECIAL: New 24x54 Only 19995. buildings Hwy 301! South Starka 964- Lattice plywood all sizes treated lum- COUNTRY CLUB AREAi3BR/2 BA brick home fireplace pool hot tub Immaculate
'73 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL LEBARON. Circle B Homes Lake City: FL.. 1- 8848 TFN 12 ber. Free delivery. Hardware build- condition. $125,000
440 motor good body $850; '41 7555114. 4 DISH ing supplies tools.48 qt.Rubbermaid
Ford Sedan 2 DR. flat head V-8, all HUGE FACTORY OUTLET: Many major STS receiver w/remote control Vide- Ice chest, $17.99; Nelson Rainpulse Must tee to believe I Call for Detail
original, like new $8500; '74 GMC brands. Save Thousandsl) Over 40 85 Sprinkler $5.99; Eagle 1 1/4 gal.IasticgaseanSI.88.Stephen .
II Descrambler unit ready
homes to choose from. Circle B oCipher NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the country. Hardwood floor, with 5
Jimmy automatic 350 conv. top Smith
hook-up and start watching! Orig. acre of land.Home is priced to ell Call
1-755-5114. Today
964-4133. Homes. Lake City FL.
minor repairs $1850. Lumber & Trustworth Builder's Sup-
TO $1200
$2300. REDUCED ; BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY CEDAR E STONE home 4 1/2 4 old. 2
2FOR Open til 7 p.m. 4 KREEPY KRAULY POOL CLEANER ply 468-2624. 7 mi. south of Starke on acre Only yr*
4 BBSBIQ 1990 28x70 With plywood on 301. 12 BR, 2 BA w/huge loft upitalr All app). Jenn-Alre. bathroom ceramic tile
used 6 orig
works mos.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTRENTLEASEiSAtE shingle roof, plus greatl only kitchen tile.Sep. mud 1lg. porch In front S screened-in bock
; floors wood siding $499, now $200; 2 GALV. PASTURE DINETTE TABLE and 2 chairs.$40;Sofa quarry room sunroom
free set-up and delivery.$290/per mo. GATES, 12 ft. long. $25 ea.; GAS bed $45; Love seat, $40; sofa, $50. w/addt'l. carport Call today I
Call Circle B Homes lake City FL.. HEATER wall-hung unit, like new, Call 473-4508. 12 HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old concrete block home In city limit on .75 ac. Good
LEASE COMPLETED 17555114. 4 $150; GAS HOT WATER HEATER, 2 GALVANIZED GATE. 16', $50 each; fixer-upper $19,995
1000 sq ft fast food location across BANK REPOS: 1985s and Up. Double- exc.: cond.. 30 gal. $50; ELECTRIC one swivel rocker,Nke new$50.Cash MOBILE HOMES
from KOA/Wal Mart,964-B848 eve- wides $1,000 down payment; single- BED single size.Flex-A-Bed.like new only please. 7823360. 12
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 wldes $500 down payment. Every orig. $1,000 now $500. Call 782- MOVING-MUST SELLI 3 po. sectional MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/20'x30'pole barn nice neighborhood Call for I
COMMERCIAL RENTAL: Former con- one can buy bad credit or no credit. 3660. tin 12 sleeper and rectional. $550 080;Ig. detail
venience store at comer of West Call Circle B Homes Lake City FL., GARDEN VEGETABLES: Silver Queen dresser and mirror w/matching chest MUST SELL 3 acre with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliance, I
Madison and Orange Streets; ap- 17555114.SPECIAL 4 Older 24x60. com potatoes beans squash cucumbers $500 OBO; 20 gal aquarium w/stand septic tank well. Call today for detail
proximately 1500 SF building with etc. 964-7550. 12 fish, etc., $125 OBO. 964-6877.
ample parking; call Bill Green 904- Livable could use some work. 4 BR METAL ROLL OUT WINDOW FRAMES 12FOR LOTS AND ACREAGE

2227500. 3 2 BA.Largewindows.offer Will finance Mustbemoved.Make with small. some with glass some without 964- SALE OR TRADE: Antique dining TWO LOTS Ready to build on. Beautiful location. Lakewood Estate. A very
room set w/S chairs buffets
782-3949.4 prestigious neighborhood. Call today for Information.
down payment. more
NEW HOLLAND HAYLINER 310: Hay sale; 2 dressers; full size Broyhill -2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot UO'xUO'. Ready to develop. In.
MOBILE HOMES p i baler like new condition, $2500 or bedroom suite. Would like to trade
N 1);. best of far. 964-6182. 12 bedroom suite for one of equal value. veil today for tomorrow's future.
lfOTlf.O.1J I ; BLUEBERRIES: U-Pick. 75 cents/lb. We Will trade antique furniture for living for GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limit ready to develop. Call today

pick 1.00/lb. Call 964-8414 Dana room suite/furniture. Call 431-1203 more Information.
MISSING-MALEPEACOCK.Blue. Shane Morgan Reddish. 12 .20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2. 4"weill. septic tank 3 acre ih pond,
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD Contact Marcus Conner, 964-5222. 12 or ONE MINIATURE POOL TABLE. $30; many extra Priced to move.
doublewlde with all the extras. 5WHAT'S 1983 KAWASAKI KLT200ATV:3wheelerwith : one standard size ping pong table .I* PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. W Owner financing. Call today.
$19,000 balance and $1000 down. windshield and helmet. Like new. $50; AM/FM stereo record player w/ .3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD Great location for o beautiful home. Call to-
Assume the loan. Will pay to have i ANIMALS::&:(PETS Used in parades. $1200. OBO. 782- cassette and 8-track players two joining doV..H.
moved to your lot Call 373-3423 ,: 3782 after 5 p.m. 12 speakers$50.964-6187.1715 E. ACRES FOR SALEs All fenced In, loaded with pine Great Investment.
after 4pm or 964-9115 during the Call St 12 Located In
ABOUT THE FOR RENT/SALE: One mobile home lot. Lawtey area.
MUST. 4 SO DIFFERENT 12x60 unit maximum 1 MH 10x65 3-TON COLEMAN CENTRAL AIR Conditioner FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 North. 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
MOVE NEW worksll Now available for catsl GatorII single or couple only. No pets. Call and heat unit Almost year old. tree*. Hwy frontage of 400' apprax. I I.well. 2 septic tank and fenced
Bedroom 1 Bath singlewlde trailer.
964-2185. 12
,Westmoreland Park
Saturday pond. Call
Ole Feed
Farm Glory
Call 9645321. 4 Supply
964-7961. 12 TWO 18.500 BTU AIR CONDITIONERS:
LIKE NEW 1990 REPO: 14x60 with heat Gold Kist. 6 MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales wicker Window units. 9648816. 12 WATERFRONT...

pump.Uncle Roy's Payments Mobile$150/Mo.Home Sales Call FREE Nowwe PUPPIES are fat:Rescued and sassy.from Looking Hwy.301.for used furniture, appliances.You TV's it I EXERCISER 500. Like:new. 964-8816. 12 Bodytone ""0' ON SAMPSON LAKE 160' on Deer Foot Trail Rood. 170' deep. Great
microwaves VCR's name ,
hound. Call 782- fishing lake. Now''s the time to waterfront
nice Part buy
Live Oak 904-364-51(47( 4 a family. property.
ill.! Alwas looking for such items. PEAVY ELECTRIC GUITAR: Like new.
3507.6 carry IMMACULATE 3 YR. OLD brick home w/3 BR, 2 1/2 BA. 2300 SF, CH/A 97'of
In if wish to sell With amplifier $100. Call 964-5663.
HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal Stop you l' lakafront dbl.fireplace walking distance to town. $199.000

[r"WANTED i .. ., patented device controls fleas in the 304 964-5813.E. Call St.,Don't 964-3250.call alter Eveningscall 9pm. PRESTIGIOUS 4 IRIS BA 3500 SF Homo with 3 d.cks. CH/A 800' paved
.. home without Pesticides. Results TFN 12 driveway 100'lake'ront. sprinkle yt. REDUCED-OWNER FINANCING.
WANTED100 PEOPLE. Earn$$$while overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLYA "/PIUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVAt! 'of lakefront 315':on SR 100, Buy all or
lose 9-29lbs.In the next 30 days. GOLD KIST," 6 i .0 rT' REDUCED$..20 At 000" OWNER FI ANCING'
you SALE Half Dobie Half AO6RVP. -
Doctor recommended appetite con- PUPPIES FOR : ; '; !di'AFMt
trol system. Call 24 hrs.. 1-305-537- Pitt Bull.Tails cut had first shots. $20

9428.11 each to cover shots and tails. 964- 7Ic 0' Sandra TvrwIIUgar . . ... . . . . .964- 211
SMALL FAMILY LOOKING FOR PLACETO 4785. 6 A heat Anne Torwlllogar 73.75 1
RENT:In Country.Will keep place pump 'ioTrane
neat 904-260-0172 (Mandarin). Champion bloodlines.$1 00 each.964- I. Cocolla Torwlllogar. .964-7776

WANTED Paid for wwi; 4636.6
TO BUY: Cash
WWII. Korea Vietnam German will feel
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daggers uniforms, helmets ClassifiedsGet / c VETERANS
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; $ >. **- *: Refrl' and Dishwasher 1800 SF, Landscaped Lot.

*3 BR/2 BA IN CITVi Chain link fenced yard fireplace In living room, I.pu.urudining : SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelgan Brick Living Dining < Family
room,many extras. By appt.only. 71-9O //betigriafocf App lsei Room., CH/A 2310 SF Porches, 2.8 Ac.
*2 ACRES with 2 BR/2 BA Home. City Utilities 5-90 REALTOR COUNTRY LIVINGS 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo
*t ACRES with 2 chicken houses w/Snock Bar, Den, Screened Porch. 3.62 Acres Polo
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Ing farm. 56-90 Appraisals for Residence Farm;* Com Spot for Garden.

*3 LAKE PRIVILEGE LOTS 75'x200 each on paved road all 3 for$7800. 28-90 TV 1401 PRATT STREETS BR/1 a 1/2 BACBC Frame, Large Family Room laundry r.1
*S ACRES:9eaetllul pastureland! ;fenced and cross fenced over 2200>f house Northeast Florida Include franchise, business end Inventory. Information NEW BRICK HOMEU BR/2 BA Stove Refrl' a Dishwasher Sun Deck. 2240
with extras. 6500 If barn. Priced to tell 70-90 given lo qualified buyers only. Call far appointment. a as. Well a Septic. I Acre.a
*45 WOODED ACRES On Hwy.325 S.Owner financing. 67-90 .- LAKE ACCISSi 3BR/2BA Frame Largo Family Room w/Flreplace CH/A,
*INCOME PRODUCING BUSINESS for sale 66.90 *SR l6WCorgaou D/W. 3/2. CH/A. All Appl. Pool 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI 21B4 SF. ha 576 SF Workshop landscaped lot.
*CONERLY ESTATES Nice BR/2 BA on 1 Acre,brick veneer,solar hot water *CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 38R/1BA A-Frame w/Porches All Round.
new carpet and more 63-90 *EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOODi Stucco 3/2. CH/A, 'I'. rge., rfg., D.W. 24x50 Pole Born and 8x9 Tool Shed Well < Septic On Paved Rood.
*20 ACRES Wooded land. Hampton$20.000/Termi 43-90 *U ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Well*. a QUIET AND PEACEFUL, 3BR/2BA CB Two-Story Stove < Refrlg, Elct Heat.
CHERRY STREETi 2 Story 4 BR/2 BA plus C/B bldg. has been used at Day Car *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage, lawtay area. Window AC. Well a Septic, 1 Acre.
Center Will consider 1 lease purchase 37.90 *IAKEFRONTl fI.h. Swim. Wand cottage. Furn. Sandy beach. CHURCH STREET 3BR/1BA Frame Brick CH/A. Range Refrlg. r.i
*3 M/l BA BETWEEN STARKI AND LAWTIYl Excellent location for employeesof *37 ACRESiwoublewlde. Close to lowtey. Will divide. Dlshwaher a Fan, Nice Comer Lot. -

Lowtey Correctional Institution. 30-90 *ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE Brick. 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA. CH/A. Rga., Rerrlg. LAKE GENEVA 211RII BA Frame Screened Porches, 14x16 Utility Bldg Well
*HWY 2Mi Excellent Building lot. 9-90 CONNERLY ESTATES SR 16 W. Stucco, 3/2 CH/A F.pl. D/W Rga. a Septic. a
*ONLY ....,000 for peaceful quiet get away from It all home. 5 mile from *".7' ACRES: Well 2 tepllc, older MH optional. TWO ACRES IN COUNTRYl 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home CH/A,
301 on 125 In Lowtey. 34-90 SXC. NEIGHBORHOODS Near hospital Corner lot.3/2 CH/A. REDUCED a Stove a Rein Graham Area.
*POOLI I BEAT THE HEATH/ 4 BR/2 BA on 1 1/2 Acre Priced to tell at *BRICK l/2iCH/A. walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
$79.000 51.90 *BEDFORD LAKES 2/1. CH/A, completely "'rn. Nice. 100x300. HWY Ml South WO Pt. OM Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space. I
*.!WAltONG DISTANCE to everything I Can't beat the price. Only 38500.3 BR *BRICK CHI AI Over 2000 SF in the country on 2.78 Acres. a HWY Ml North Salvage Yard, with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home 17x40 Mobile tr
with i cental heat ahd air. 68.90 NEAT a CLEANS 2/1. Heat a Air. Make appointment to sea. He_, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop* Septic Tanks end 4 Well w/Pump. on J| a
I fcOVf 1700 SQ. PT. Extra large family room. In town walking dlitance to *STARKE HISTORIC R.nov. 6BR/3 1/2 BA. fplc. Duplex 1"Ac> o Acre.
schools. hopping. 4 BR/2 BA. Central heat and olr.72-90 BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brkk a cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 RAon 16 Acre a ..... Call Street-Nice SELECTED Suitable far Doctor er Dentist Practice

*IN STARKI: CB. 3/1. CH1'00 plus SF 110x110 lot. PROPERTIES .

*REDUCED-Cedar home. Franklin stove CH/A. rge.. rafr., on 1 acre. a 40 ACRES- Con bo purchased In 20-Acre Tract, Planted Pines, Near '')
Call One qf Our Professionally *OVER ACt Brick, 4/21/2 CH/A fplc _,2100 SF. All appliance. Lawtay. V ft'

Trained St Today..964-5069 *WATIRFRONTCroby Lake canal. Doublewlde CH/A. Rge.. Rafrlg. a HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W. City Water a Sewage. Owner Financing.,
*FARM HOUSE a BARNS on 3 acres. Good area. Close to Starka. HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oak S/O Brooker.

After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: *2 STORY CEDAR: 3600 tf.. 5 BR, 3 BA.CH/A 2 F.PI. rge.. refrlg.. D/w. Nka FOUR ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Hwy Frontage Owner Financing.
*CRYSTAL LAKI HOMESITBiS BR.CH/A, rge., reg.. fplc. 1300 SF. 1 ac. THRU 1-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing. )
e Irene L. Faulkner..964-S142 *US Ml SOUTHI Large triple wide 3/2 On ".5 phi acre. a
e Darlene Codwln..468-2503 *LAWTEY ARIAs Brick a Cedar 2 story. fenced 2 barns, 20 Acre. 'AFTER HOURSt
e Warren Woody' Ryder..964-9040 *GOOD INVENTORY: Building lots, take lots, commercial property, acreage. F a V Wayne Douglas- *4-m Bill Dodd'*4-740S | a
I Nev<*Wer4 964-74M BIll Gitenn.
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: '" ,; : .._.. : .' ., NESS! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S how to buy the home of your dreamsl! home units from $199.00, Lamps
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: : : ... .. '":'.. ,. I ( :," 3619. 964-4150. 964-6614. 17 details. ((209)) 573-6090. 17 tow 88$18.00.Call today FREE
GREAT HAIRCUTS $5; Perm $20; Hi- CALL THE BEST PARTY LINE In Amer- color catalog. 18002286292.
CORN FOR SALE, White Silver Oueen; ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE NEEDED: Lites$18;Spirals$35. Call Linda K., Ical! Meet new friends. Talk or just 20
Peas-U-Pick. Morgan Road CR 233 pletely furnished. 830 N. Temple Ave. Will send to school and teach. Call Diane, Mona and Gina at listen In. 1-800-999-7979.24 Hours,7 BE YOUR OWN BOSS: National manu
& Hwy 16. 964-6521 or 964733 Clean,quiet downstairs.CaD 964- Susan Faulkner 964-5069. GOLDILOCKS 964-4645, Mon.-Sat. days. $95minute. $2 first minute. facturer needs local person to service
7THREE 9424 964-8214.. 13 15ATTENTION 10-6 Walk-Iris welcome. 17HANDY
pm. 100% natural juice route. Best one-
FAMILY YARD SALE:Saturday, LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES:Kitchenettes POSTAL JOBSI Start 17HOUSEPAINTIN'G MAN: Bargain Rates Painting, man business over. No selling, No
June 9,8 am til S p.m. 415 Broadway available. 782-3332. $11.41/hourl application Info call & CLEANING: Call Plumbing Electrical,Decks,Additions, overhead.Must have$14.400 secured
Street Kitchen items, bedspreads, 13 1-602-838-8885, Ext. M-11006.6am- Tommy Lewis, "The Brush Man". Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local 100%by Inventory.Substantial return
formal dresses, eta. 7 1 BR, 1 BA APARTMENT IN TOWN: 10pm, 7 days for employment dlrecPOSTA Qualify work, reasonable rates, free references.Woody Hewitt, 964- very possible first year. This could
SATURDAY JUNE 9: SR 16 West 5-6 Close to shopping. $175/Mo.pIus tory. 15 estimates. References avail upon 5405. TFN17 make you Independent Firsttime offer,
miles to CR 233, follow signs.TWO deposit. Call Castle Properties USA, JOBS:$11.41 to $14.90/hr. For request 964-7527 after 6 p.m.NICK'S REFINISHING AND REPAIRING Antiques for details call 9 am-9pm, 1-800-633-
7 (no., licensed real estate broker, 964- exam and application Information,call 17 and Furniture.Call Harry Green 1740. 20
FAMILY YARD SALE 5065. 13 (219)) 769-6649, ext. FL214, 8 am-8 964-6813. 17
:Fri. &Sat.9 LANDSCAPE & LAWN SERV- TRAVEL AGENCY.Start your own,$695.
until 7? Baby clothes infant to 18 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITYWATERSEWER.CABLETV,2BR,1 ATTENTION 15 ICE: (Nick & Ruby Harper). We're JV CHEERLEADING CLINIC: June 25- No license or bond. For free Info/
mos.;girls clothes,up to 6X;womens : POSTAL JOBSI Start expanding our business and takingon 28., Mon.-Thurs. 10 to 12 noon. $10. newsletter, call 18009265600.
size 8; adult bike; toys. Charlotte BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 $11,41/hrl For application info,call 1- new accounts. Clean-outs, trim- K-7. Call for registration 964-8814. 20
Durrance and Kathy Register MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY WA- 602-838-8885 Ext. M-17283 6 am- 17PROMOTE
661 ming, mulching, mowing and landscaping.9645760daytlme7823354- II SHOE STORE Excellent opportunity
Evergreen St 964-9706. 7 TER, SEWER, CABLE TV. 964-7498 10 pm, 7 days. 15 ; WORLD PEACE:Australian 10 open your own store with top quality
GARAGE SALE: 1372 Blanding St TFN 13OUN'S ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI! Start evenings. TFN 17 European, Scandinavian, YugoslavIan shoes.Over 100 brands-400 styles.
(Saratoga Heights). Fri. &Sat A little SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home $11,41/hrl For application into,call 1- LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK": high school exchange students We do It all for you including opening
of everything. Clothes,dishes,lamps, lots for rent, water and sewer fur- 602-838-8885 Ext. M-3493,6am-10 Residential and Commercial, reason- arriving In August Become e host Inventory, training and fixtures From
bedclothes, curtains, eta 7 nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 ATTENTION 15 able rates, FREE estimates. Specializing family for American Intercultural Student $14,900.RiverClty-National Footwear
GIANT MULTI-FAMILY YARD AND BAKE TFN 13 : HIRINGI! Government jobs In Houses,Pools,Mobile Homes, Exchange. 1-800-SIBLINQ.. Distributor, ((904)) 7336899.
SALE:Saturday only,8 a.m. HI.5 p.m. HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for -your area. 1784069485. call 1- Businesses. Call R & S PRESSURE 17MAKE
715 S. Westmoreland Street rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. 602-838-8885 Ext. M3493.PEPO WASHING Randy, 964-3477/964- MONEY AT THE RACETRACK:
7 TFN 13 15 5601 or Stefan, 964-2281.tfn Amazing handicapping system that
105 N. EPPERSON STREET: 9-1. STATE EMPLOYEES,need home close NOW TAKING APPLICATIONSfor 17 really works- Guaranteed)Computerand 20Classified
Clothes,appliances,furniture,luggage to your work We have clean mobile full time help. Apply in person at STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE manual versions available. Call Ads
homes available.call 463-1323. TFN Pep-O Food Mart, 620 S. Walnut St.,
and so on. 7 SALES AND SERVICE: All makes ((803)) 766.2048 for recorded mes-
617 WATER STREET: Fri. & Sat Glass 13VACATION Starke. 15 and models cleaned, oiled and ad- sage with details. 17
sliding doors, children and babys RENTAL: Disney/MGM/ RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs justed $15. New and used sewing
clothes. Many new and used hems.TWO Epcou/ / Condominium welders with mechanical ability. Apply machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button- Get Results
7 Rentals. Sleeps 2-8. Com- In person,Mon-Fri. 8:30.4: p.m. at Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 holes, patches.etc. Drop off and pickup
FAMILY YARD SALE: Fri. 8 am to pletely decorator furnished. Lovely Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Indus- CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free es- 7 days a weok.7am-8pm.964-
Sat. 1 p.m. Go East on SR 18 or 230 pool. Dally/Weekly rates from$60.00/ trial Park, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from
to Country Club, follow signs to N.E. day.Reserve now.MCNlSA8COIJpted. Springs, FL 15 owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. Southside Elem. Hwy 100TFN
16th St. Bunk beds, largo mens suits, Call 18008662660. 1 ATTENTION: HI RINGI! Government jobs TFN 17 17SATELLITE
glassware household and lots of misc. LARGE 14X70 3 BR, 2 BA MOBILE -your area. 1784069485.1602
items. 1978 Lincoln Towncar. 964- HOME. In excellent location. $285 838-8885, Ext.R-17283. 15
5257. month, plus$150 deposit Central air. INDUSTRIAL SALES REP. Need both
Call 964-8704. 13 males and females for established [ j
2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: In excel- chemical company opening territories Keystone Area Ads I

ip. lent location. $200 month plus $100 In Florida areas. Base and incentives. .,
deposit Central air. Call 964-8704. .Call Faye. Born and Bom Associates. :

Inc., 1-800-842-1904. '
Cheapll Cheapll!! World Wide selec with screened'porch,family roomTire- AUSTRALIAN JOBS: 30,000 Immediate .. .. :
tions. Call Vacation Network today;.1- place, fenced backyard. One years .- openings to be filled by over 400 U.S. Chair. N.v.r used SVSTEM-r.po..*u.d doV lo WI KLY-..... tllul whit. sandy beach on
800-826-7844 NATL 1-800-826-1847 lease, deposit $400 month. .664- .. firms In Australia All occupations,tax Blue and mauve.. Socrific.-$295. divorce. Still under wa.ranty. Nothing/ Brooklyn Bay; 2BR/1BA, deck cable,
in FL or 1-305-771-6296 10' 8073.tfn 13 free income, free travel, benefits.Call 496-1 290. Itchg5.11.67SOFALOVESEATAnd down. $39/mo 1-272-1031- TV,, omp. turn. $350 per week.
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: Wooded. TWO MOBILE HOMES IN LAWTEY: 2 '. now. Each caller receives a 62 page Chair-Never us 4tpd5-17-24-3l-6/7 475.5207:2tchg6714'LAKEFRONT'cottage
lots, river access. $5950 each. No" bedrooms and 3 bedrooms. Call 782- .' job appl. kit free. 1-900-258.8510, ed. Blue and mauve-sacrlflce $295. SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new. 6 mo-;old on deep clear lake
money down. $71.41 month Owner. 3481.13 : ext. 3. $2/Mln. 15 496-1290. 4tchg5-17-6-7 with crambl.r. Nothing down. 1BR, big screened porch, boat, swlmm-
1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 .TFN: 3. BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE 301 QUICK STOP: Now accepting applications NEW LEATHER-Brown uplift chalr-$300. $49/mo. 12721018. 4pdS-17-24-3l/6-7 ;'Ing' and fishing,
10ALABAMA :' :: HOME, stove &refrig. furnished,with for full time cashier/clerk.ApplyIn Vibrating dark green raclin.r-$100. 2CDODGE :31t-Motorhom, Air. ,4731186.3tchg6.714.21LUXURY
RANCHES FARMS,TIMBERLAND front& back decks, plus shed.Also 3 person 2 1/2 Mi. South 301. Gym and swing set-$125. loveseal conditioned, Sleeps 6, ONAN CONDO-End Unit 3BR/2BA,
,AND HUNTING PRESERVES. Bedroom Mobile Home, furnished on 15WANTED couch-blue-$150. 4733280. LT6-7 Generator Complete kitchen; UtI!. ROOM CH/A garage, screened
40-1900 acres. Prices from $295 to Grillis Loop. Deposit.. Call 964-8816. : FEMALE CORRECTIONAL bathroom. J4.5OO. 4733037. ttpd5-31 porch, overlooking Geneva Springs.
$935 acre.THE GREAT SOUTHERN 13CLEAN.2 OFFICERS. Must be certified, qualified !- HELP WANTEDCAREER WEDDING GOWN-W/long veil & train. $550 mo. 475-3116. 5tchg/5-3-31
LAND CO., INC. 1-800-782-LAND. BEDROOM APARTMENT: willing to work shifts Immediate Size 9/10. Excellent condition. LAKEFRONT COTTAGES sandy
10ALABAMA Stove, refrig. No pets. $60 employment.Call 964-6280 Bradford IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call Reasonable. Please call 4734813. beach, dock, screened porch. Fur-
Southeast, 160 acres near weeklydeposit required. Does not Include County Sheriff's Department, Sheriff Dean W.av.r, Watson Realty Corp. Upd6-7 nUhed/unfurnlshed. 475-1444
Troy. 100 Improved pastureland. utilities. 964-6232.. 13 Kenneth Etheridge. 15 REALTORS 473-4816 or 4752272. lIFESTYLE-Sculler Rower with electronic 2lchg5-31-6-7
Fenced. 75 large pecan trees. Wood- 1 omochg-11-30-5-30 tlmer/counter-2 yrs old $95. Set of 4 FURNISHED-3 Air-conditioned studio

land, wildlife, creeks. $72,000, assumable ,\ 4C 1] .:,RE ,T : HOMES: : FOR Y SALE WOULD YOU-LIke to lose weight, feel table oval rugs and 2 end 1-6x9.tables 21x32.Oak$50.with Coffee marble apartments laundry privileges.on Lake Geneva.$275/mo Dock and

mortgage. SOUTHERN .. great and make money? Open to .
PROPERTIES, P.O. Box 755 Troy 282-3575. 4 t d tops. Hand made In Spain. $275/dep. 4732919.: .tchgS-1 0.17.2".31
Alabama 36081. 205-566-1870 VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C., 2 FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR 11/2 Bath everyone.AUXILIARIES p Extra 1504737509. ltpd5-7 MR/1 V.iA-SW Trailer. Partly furnished.
BR furnished cottage w/deck. Nice CB home.Living room,dining,kitchen, DENTAL SET PGA MEN'S GOLF-CLUBS. 3 Woods, 2 4275/mo. plus deposit.. Plantation
mountain view. Convenient to attractions. large family room wlfireplar.e and built- $$$$$ Permanent Irons Pitching Wedge, paid$546-1. yr,' Farms 'Keystone.. Phone 473-0537.
and(! ,
HygenistAssistant :
FOR RENT' : $ / 964-7210., TFN in bar. Screened in back porch small Temporary old. Will sell for $200.00. Set of LYNX '.ltpdA-7: '. '
.. ,, ..., ., and Receptionist.; Call COLLECT
i '! '" 13VACATION nool. Fenced backyard, barn w/eleo- : Consolidated Medical Denial Ladies Golf Clubs. 1 Bag, 5 woods9Irons 'DW TRAILER-26xS2. 3BR/2BA, fireplace,

FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities RENTAL: Rent on beautiful tricity. 964-5647. 16 Professional Staffing, ((904)) 2626681. and putter. $75. Call 4734148. CH/A.' Front/Back porch. Good condition
paid. From $37.50 up weekly. St Augustine Beach.Parkhomeswithlargedeckeverything 2 BR.1 BA FRAME HOUSE:On corner lot ltpcl6-7 '$400/mo., $200 dep. 473-7472
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. furnished. Day. in Lake Butler 905 S.E. 5th Ave. By POSITIONS 1tchg6-7 AVAUABLE-TELEPHONE WALKER.Like NEW $50-frm.| RCA Console after 6 p.m. 3tpd6-7-14-21
Starke, in front of Post Office. week or month. Pool, tennis, ocean. owner. Asking $12,500. Call 372- SALES PERSON-interest or knowledgeof color TV, good condition $100 :SIR MH-Wllh screened porch, wooded
13 Call Bobble 1-471-5636. 13 5428. 16 American and attitude obo. 4732577. 2tchg6.714HOMES lot. $275/mo. Coll Dean Weaver, Wat.'sonlKealty'Cor'p .
cars positive
STARKE CITY LIMITS:$7.500 buys 2 BR 'T' ; 4734816. 1tchg6-7

BUS'YoLAWFIRM 372-6881.home plus extra building 16 lot.Call 904- AUTO required.BODY PERSON-2 yrs ..xp.rl.nc.r.qulr.d. FOR SALE' t & 2 BEDROOM AHAHTMENTS from

I* $260 month. Call 473-3682. Sorry -
"OPEN HOUSE JUNE 9, 10. Saturday
PIT OFFICE-Clerlcal. NEW HOUSE-3BR/2BA. split plan.Fireplace Equal Housing Opportunity.
Seeks mature experienced Legal Secretary and Sunday. LOAM-5 PM. Brick homeon 13pels.
SHOP HELP nice lot many extras. Terry
with word processing experience. Salary Country acre. Pretty 3 BR, 2 1/2 Apply at U.S. Body Source, 1''A miles off Hall Homes. 4739236.Itchg67lAKEHOUSEFor NEARMELROSELlkenew,14x56MH.11l2yrs. : .
Baths, fireplace, equipped kitchen, 18 on CR325 In Hampton, Monday thru Sale by Owner. Twin .old 2 BR. 1 1/2 BA. Central
commensurate with experience. plus extras! Some should mortgage Located avail- Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4682203. lakes. Sleeps 10. 4733280. LT6-7 heat and air, utility bldg. with W/D
able. Really see. ltchg67ORGANISTCHOIRDlrector. RENT/BUY-3BR/2BA DW. large lot, un hookups on 1 acre land$325/Mo. 1-
of 16 and 54th StSigns.
Apply at Job Services comer. 964-2301. 16 Faith furnished. $325 and $200 dep. Rent 777-4501 or 4753468. 13
Presbyterian Church. Send resume to with option to buy. 4732252. ttpd6-7
609 N. Orange Street. FOR SALE OR LEASE BY OWNER: 5 Route 2, Box 2733, Melrose, Florida PRICED TO SELL-Recondltloned SERVICES
BR 2 1/2 BA Home. 2200 sf. Living _
32666 or call 4751844. 2tchg6-7-14 2BR/2BA, Close to schools. Owner will
dining den. Fully fur-
room finance w/$2900 down and ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quolity work at

1 '? FOR SALE=u t dryer.nished Call, wash 964-6200 house or964-8413after with washer & NOTICE $270.16/mo.Dean Weaver for, Watson 7 years. Realty$16,900 Corp.Call. 475-2977 reasonable or rates.473-3480 Call George(home at)

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 4734816. ltchg6-7 4tchg5-3-10.17-24-31
'FilfDirt 'Top'SoiJ' J : : : : to the Lake Region Monitor office SALE OR TRADE:2 BR. 1 BATH Mobile M&M MOWING-Any average lawn $10.
MOTORCYCLESTWO : Home One fenced 473-4055.'4tchgS-17-6-7
In writing and paid In advance acre,landscaped.
Large or Small Loads of Llmerock unless credit I Is alr.ady establishedwith 4" well, wrap around deck, 2 out MOTHER OF-2 year old will babysit
her Christian home. 103
Sylvan Way.
this office.MONITOR buildings, $1000 down and assume-! :
Tractor Work ._Backhoe Bulldozer 200 85"ATC HONDA good THREE-WHEELERS condition. $800 eachor : STAFF CANNOT BE HELD payments.$273 85 for 10 years.Call : "473-7750.. 2tchg5-17-24
782-1408. FLOOR
$1450 for both. 964-4133.
: >?',. 964.6182'::.:'964 5823::.,9646'09S".it{ : 21 CLASSIFIEDS THE TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER YARD SALESBIG LEVEL DRAGGIN.HOUSE?? LaRue Leveling OUT Service OF

Classified deadline Is 11.00: a.m. Tu.sday for all your foundation repairs. 473-
> YARD SALE-Tools,weed eater,much 7721. TFN 17
ICLII &>SAVE < CLir*& SAVE prior to Thursday publication.
6878 Deer
Minimum charge$3.50 for 15 words, more Springs Rd. Saturday
BABYSrmNG-ln home. Meal
Beg at 9 a.m. 1tpd67FRIDAYSATURDAYJune my pro
dUNE SPECIAL th.n IS cents for.ach additional word.
4 8/9, 9a.M, til? vlded, references 4737750.
If bill. are mailed out, there will be a 2tchg-6/7.14
6705 Spring lake Road, 4'N Hwy 21.
$3.00 billing charge. Hand Tools, housewares SUN SERVlCES-Pressur washing lawn
Screened Porch with Roof kitchen utensils -
Shingle address P.O. Box o
AFFORDABLE! Mailing : 1171 misc. Itpd67MORNINGSTAR service, tree removal/trimming, com.
Keystone His., FL 32656 merclal/restdenlal. FREE estimates.
Treated 3/4" Plywood Deck CHRISTIAN FELLOW- LOW rates. Call 473-3824-Ask for Kipp.
WANTEDWANTED.Ba..balllfootball GROUP Saturday
1tchg6-7 ..
Also/ complete additions June 9, 9 am Iii. ?? 5006 County. BILL'S LAWN SERVICE-Mowing" raking,
t $ "fl .ft 00 remodeling, cai'ds and Road 214 Keystone Heights.. edging. : Call. 473-0165.

I IU sq. ft. painting;plumbing, etc. collectibles. I will buy one card of your '.''' '.lpd6/ ,- ...'2-28 : .
922 E. Brownlee St. complete ..t.lf you need a cord or set. LAND FOR SALE.. .: M &M MOWING-Any average lawn $10.
CALL TODAY. 964-5405 Camp Blanding Rd. I have It. Call Bob. 4737975. : '4734O9S2tpd6714-
4tchg524316714WANTEDResponsible BEAUTIFUL-Wooded one acre lot on.lake '.'OOFING-AII types.shingling, hoi tar, &
Starke FL 32091 roommate. $45 Geneva, private fish pond. Terms aluminum, lawn mowing. Call for free
964-7133 per week. 473-4868 or 473-1397 after 5 4752052. 4tchg5-10-l7-24-31 estimate. 473-7073. 2tchg6-7-14
BRADFORD SECRETARIAL SERVICES INC. p.m. 3lchg5-24-31-6/14 LOTS-BY OWNER-3 lots, high and dry.
2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with CASH PAID FOR-WWI, WWII Korea 225', paved road. 1'/ mil. P.O. and
-A'Legal Alternative" laundry & large playground. Vietnam, German, American, bank. Terms 4733463. 1tpd5-31
P. O. Box 1284 Japanese: Swords, Medals, Daggers
'. Starke Florida 32091 .FREE Electricity first month. Uniforms, helmets, patches, books, .,
((904)) 964-270O Rent 3O%of your monthly Income postcards, flogs, posters, (WAC S
If you quality. Nurse Clothing). DOMINIC
'II $ 85-$125 Mortgage $ 45 elr you earn 3.35 per:hr., 40 hrs. a 18004513832.
Adoptions week ft: have 3 dependents, ,
Agreements $ 2575 Promissory Note : I 25 your Jessie's Lounge
rent would be about $1 12 a month
Contact for Deed 45 Name Change i ) 75
,, or$3.73 per day for day left In the ANIMALS
Deed (Warranty/Quit $20 Power of Attorney $ 25 month, for move-In after the first "
Claim) Satisfaction of $ 25 .Qualified Single Accepted. 801 N. Temple Ave.
GEESE-For Sale. $8.00 each. Call
Divorce (uncontested) $ 95-$150. Mortgage Move-In cot can be as low a* ..73.1 I 56 after 5 ltchge-7 Starke Florida
r Incorporation (Profit) $ 75 Standard Business $ 30 S10.()() Law Income p.m.
Standard Personal 9 20 Lease Sea 8 Housing TWO FRENCH ALPINE MALE GOATS:
1 Lease Wills $ 3550 @ RInlJor cove One Is 11 mos old; other Is 10 mos. "Where Country and'Rock Lives"
qf Ybur/neom old. $45 each. 4733159. 6
r General TJ'Plng Priced Per Job More Services Available!] Equal Houatnf U You Qual4fiIu

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conduct hi.own cause In any court of this atate.or before any public board
committee,or officer,subject to the lawful rufea and discipline of ouch court board A Hour fy

Committee or omcer. Horselovers interested in trail riding with Mon.Fri.4Happy::00 pm 7:00 pm %fALL

of' others with the possibility of forming a DRINKS REDUCED
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FOR SALE -_ CARS AND TRUCKS- FOR RENT Proud distributors of Services:

1_ of Pee Dee Pavers Sunday Morning Worship -
REPAIR SERVICE. Buy torn. sell torn. VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes. month. $100 Security Deposit Call I Evening Worship -
trad torn, fix .om.. 4962090. 4tpd. Corvettes, Chevy's. Surplus Buyers 496-2283. 2tpd. 6/7-6/14. 2408 N. Waldo Road
12-4/26 Ih.n TFN. Guide. 1-602-B38-88B3 Ext. A9127. t BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In residential pmWednesday
TRAILER HITCH for full ill. truck. $80. 3tpd. 6/7.6/21. area. Central Heat and Air. Rent iEr Gainesville: FL, Evening Wo"'hip-
Call 9648791. ask for Joion. TFN. II CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 2X4 Tahoe. Edl- $180 per month. Security Deposit$100. 377-3344 7:30 pm
lion. Loaded. Very Clean. Payoff IlK. Call 496-3432, evening and weekends. I
Coll 9044962690. 2tchrg. 6/7.614. 2tpd. 6/7 6/14.
AM-FM Stereo. New Paint, Competition 40,000 Readership Guarantees You Results
man W.II and Septic Tank Inc.- 2S4 Good Runs Good, Asking $1700 OBO. When You Use Classifieds! IT'S SIMPLE!
Inch water w.lli. Pumpi- ul... t.r- 9648791. TFN. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted pur ,'
vice, Installation uptlc tanks, lill.tallon. BS MERCURY CAPRI AT/PS/Tllt Wheel/ to the Union County Times office t J
.. N.w Initallatlon, drolnllcldrepairs. Power windows and locks. AM/FM In writing and paid In advance
Contact Bryan (Skt) Stereo. 33,000 miles. $2.500. 4962438. unless credit Is already establishedwith ,
Jon..-37S.2004Ux Jon.i- 2732716. this of lc.. I S
Alter 6 p.m.Slat* licn>*d- All work MOBILE HOMES THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
guaranteed- estimates. 1/255tpd. FOR SALE RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
2/22 thentin CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Screening
fr.. estimate. 496-2953. 3tpd. 5/31- 190 14X70 DESTINY 3 bed.2 both, wood Classified deadline Is MONDAY. 5 I'I
6/14. siding, ceramic tile back plash. full P.M.. prior to Thursday publication. .
HONEST AND MAID-WORKING 2'X4' stubs throughout on 16" center, Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, 't I
WOMAN DESIRES HOUSES Mobil plywood floors, fully furnished washer then 13 cents for each word thereafter. : : t
homes or offices to clean. Call Ro- and dryer. $171 per month, Call Jessie, DARK RED BULL BUT HEADED has while I !
seanne 496-1461. 2tpd. 5/31. 6/7. 7521452. streak from front legs to stomach was Thursday June 7 f s i
YARD SERVICE Wanted lawns to mow. MUST SELL 1WO DESTINY 14XM" loaded last seen between Fort Coll and CR 239 ,
Coll 496.3923 alter 6 pm. 4tchrg. 5/31- with 2' ton A/C 10 percent down. f MOa on 18. Anybody knowing anything 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (
6/21. month. Coll Phil at 7521452. Itchrg. about this please call James Mancll) $4.00First
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME In Rollbrd 6/7. 496-2147. 2tpd. 5/31 6/7.
area for .umm.r months. Reasonable LIKE NEW 190 REPO 14X60 with heat
rate 431-1124.3tpd. ,n. 6/21. pump with payments of only $150 per First National Bank of Bradford County
month. Call Uncle Roy., live Oak
3645197. 606 West Madison St. Downtown Starke
4 BR 2 IA Shingle Roof. Hard Board
Siding, free setup and Del. Only $235
ATTENTION HIRING) Government jobs- per month. Call Uncle Roy'.. live Oak. .
your area. Many Immediate openings 3645197.
without waiting list or test. DELUXE 14X70 Skyline 3 BR, 2 BA.
$17.840.S69.4B3. Call 16028388885. upgraded carpet cabinets plus fur r
Ext. R9127. 3tpd. 52467. nishings. $175 per month. Uncle Roy's CIRCLE J. FENCE
TV $32,000/year Incom. potential. 24X44 3BR 2 BA Shingle Roof hardBoard
Details. ((1)) 602.838.8885 Ext. TV 9127. siding $185 per month Uncle COMPANY
3tpd 52467. Roy's Live Oak 3643197.
HIRING! ALL POSITIONS new or used mobile"homes. Call Uncle HOTS. & UELKOSS
S17.SOO-SS8.240. Call ((1) 6028388885. Roy's, Live Oak, 3643197. 2tchrg. 6/7. CR 18 & Hwy. 100
Ext. X 9127. 3tpd. 52467. 6/14. 473-9625
BOOKS I S32.000/year Income potential. Home $4900. 496-2600. 9 to 5. TFN 6/7 %: """< "! >> < "',,
Detail. ((1)) 602.838.8885 Ext. BK 1917 ZIMMER DOUBLEWIDE 1500 squareft. &''M1Typea? of f'Fenc .,4z<
9127. 3tpd. 5/24-6/7. Carport screen porch 3 BR. 2 BA ;'x '
RAIFORD TOWN COUNCIL Is now accepting fireplace garden tub. Call 15263236. i4Sem,, ., e &, : tilsf atianft ,
67628. "
applications for the position of 4tchrg. f f
Town Clerk. Applicants must bee resident
In the City Limits of Rallord; and
all applicants must be received no later
than June 4, 1990. Send Application: BradfordChiropractic
P.O. Box 428 Raiford Fl. 32083 or bringto
Town Council meeting Monday, June CenterStarke
4th, 6:30: p.m.
O r
accepting applications for library clerk. Office
Applicant must be a resident of Union II
218 S. Walnut St. I
County, high school senior or
graduate, and must be able to work Next to the Chamber of Commerce .
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flexible hours. Port-time, late June 964-4957
through September 1990 only. Apply In
person at Union County Public Library,
175 W. Main St. Lake Butler, by June

13. 3tchrg. 53167. PAIN CONTROL and tests to heart disease...
UNION COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY Headache easy help you prevent

COMMISSIONERS for part-tirne now clerical taking help.applications Take- Keck & Arm ramINTCRIES ., Vfcudon'tneed t-tojjst for these tests; please en'y,. ,kfastprjunch,, '., \' .

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bookeeplng office. Zlchrg. 5/31 6/7. 'Low Back &Leg, ,,,. t,',...... .,....,. :' 'J ... ,'. .4 ,
I AMBITIOUS SELF-STARTERS needed to Work Related "
demonstrate Christmas Around the Sport Another service of Bradford Hospital.

Free World kit.merchandise.No Investment.Work Also own booking hours ePenonal.Auto Sponsored in conjunction with the First National Bank of Bradford County. :

parties./ Phone 9044963248. 4tpd. Fi85f : Accidents

HOME 32,000/yr. Income potential. 'CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
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3tpd. 6/7 6/21. ..
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I Obituaries :
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Mrs. Verdie (Granny) since
WhiteheadMrs. with the resided.Union She was employed Alfred D.,John H.Jack R.,WilliamJ. officiating Archie Tanner Funeral Morgantown, W. Va. and Marty B. charge of arrangements.': jjfe'
County Sheriffs and James E. Whitehead, all of Home of Starke was in charge of ar Crosby of Gainesville; one brother, :.
Verdle (Granny) Whitehead Department from 1953 to 1963 as Lake Butler; one sister, AUene rangements. Oscar Crosby of Orange Park; 12 Mrs. Annie M. BennettMrs. I
93, of Lake Butler, died Monday bookkeeper and was a member of Elsele of Tampa; 25 grandchildren, grandchildren and six great grand
night In North Florida Regional the First Christian Church of Lake 41 great grandchildren, and seven Betty O. BennettMrs. children. Annie Mae Bennett, 97, of ,, I
Medical Center in Gainesville Butler. great.great grandchildren. Funeral services for Mr. Crosbywill Jacksonville,died Friday June 1, In
following a sudden illness. Funeral services for Mrs. Betty Oliver Bennett, 64, of Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville,
Born In be at 10 in DeWitt
Tampa, Mrs. Whitehead moved Include two daughters, Whitehead were held Thursday at 2 Starke, died Sunday, May 27, at the following a long illness. Bom in /:
to Chapel of Starke, June
Merle on Friday 8,
Brown North Florida'
Lake Butler in 1920 where she has both and Olene Douberly, p.m. in the First Christian Church of Regional Medical with Rev. Bob Cooper and Rev. An- Unadilla, Ga., Mrs. Bennett moved ',
of Lake Butler; five sons, Lake Butler with Rev.Arthur Peterson Center,Gainesville,following an ex- dy Crews officiating. Burial will be to Starke in 1912 and then to
tended illness. Born and raised in
and Rev. Bill Delaney of- In Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Jacksonville in 1980. She was a
Jacksonville, she attended Andrew
ficiating. Burial was in Sapp direction of Jones Funeral Home of housewife and was a member of
Cemetery at Raiford, under the Jackson School; moved to Starke in Starke. First Baptist Church of Starke, and ,
11 direction of Archer Funeral Home of 1975 and was a member of Pine the TEL,Sunday School Class.
Lake Butler. Level Baptist Church of Starke. Survivors include one daughter, .
Survivors include her husband, Mrs. Gerry Fields Mrs. Gussie Mae Boree of Jacksonville '
Mrs. Elenanor Ilalabica Dimkum Bennett of Starke; two Mrs. Gerry Fields, 59, of ; one son-in-law, Randolph "; ".,
sons, James S. Bennett of Jackson-
Mrs. Elenanor Louise Halabica, ville and Rex K. Bennett of Starke; Florahome, died Friday, June 1, in Boree of Jacksonville; two grand-
daughters, Mrs. Iris Boree Pannellof
79,of Lake Butler died at her home one stepdaughter, Mrs. Melanie her automobile on State Road 11
MOBILE Friday, June I, following a long il Anderson of Lake Okeechobee; one South of Starke following an apparent Jacksonville Bennett and of Mrs. Marsha; <
--M lness. Born In Youngstown, Ohio, brother, Robert A. Oliver of Starke heart attack. Born in El Kaye three Hyatt Michael andDavid
great grandsons
she moved to Lake Butler two years and several nieces and nephews. Dorado,Arkansas Mrs.Fields mov-
ago. She was a homemaker and ed to Florahome in 1989 from Pannell of Jacksonville and
HOME a Funeral services were held at 2
Scott Pannell
member of the protestant faith. Jacksonville. She was a member of Middleburg; two k
h p.m. Tuesday,May 29,at the Chapelof "
Ocean great granddaughters, Mrs. Mamie ,
She is survived by one sister, Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Way Baptist Church of "
Raulerson of Lake Jacksonville a member of AmVeta Ficklinger of Spain and Mrs. '<,
Mary Butler. ;
Starke,. with Rev. Roman Alvarez .
Vanessa Adkins of Jacksonville and
SPECIAL Memorial services will be held at and Rev. Terry Taylor officiating. Post No. 86, Keystone Heights; and ; .
three great great grandsons, '
later was retired personnel service
a date. Archer Funeral Homeof Burial was in Hope Cemetery with "v
Michael and John Thomas
MOBILE HOME Lake Butler was in charge of ar- Archie Tanner Funeral Home in representative University Medical Anthony
3 TON rangements. Center Jacksonville.SurvIvors Pannell, both of Jacksonville,Derek
CENTRAL AIR charge of arrangmenta. include her husband, John Ficklinger of Spain. ,,.",
Charles C. Fields of Florahome her Funeral services for Mrs. Bennett ,t.,'
A top-notch unit $119900 I Richard Butchsko Floyd R. Crosby. Sr. mother, Katherine S. Glover; of were held at Stare in First Baptist ,:
Mr. Richard Butchsko, 52.of Tampa Mr. Floyd Russell Crosby,Sr., 82, Baton Rouge, La.; one daughter, Church in ,on June 4,with ,
designed for; mobile died Saturday, May 26, at Bed- of Starke, died Monday, June 4, in Linda Hastings. Florahome; one Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev. Joe "
homes. Priced from Subject to availability. ford Lake,Keystone Heights, follow- Bradford Hospital following an ex- son, Gary L.Hunt,Jacksonville;one McGill officiating. Burial was in
Single wid.SAYER tended illness. Born and raised in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the .
ing a camping trip with the Salva- stepdaughter, Renate Fields of ..
tion Army Camp. Bom and raised in Bradford County, Mr. Crosby was a Florahome; two sisters, Betty direction of Jones Funeral Home of ;
East Patterson, N.J., he moved to lifelong resident of the area.He wasa Thather, Kenner, La. and Dorothy Starke. e
: Tampa several years ago where he retired farmer and was retired Jane Jones of Houston, Texas; and ''"
worked as a shipping clerk.'He was from Register Oil Company' of six grandchildren. Charles Ray Bruton
of the Baptist faith. Starke.Mr. Funeral services for Mrs. Fields Mr. Charles Ray Bruton, 78, of :
)GASu& ARRLilANGES Mr. Butchsko Is survived by one Crosby Is survived by three were held at 3 p.m. at graveside, Starke, died Friday June 1, at his > h"t
brother, Nester Butchsko of Wesley daughters, Wanda Crews and Anna Palatka Memory Gardens, Palatka home following a long illness. Born -;.
1103 S. Walnut Street 964-7701 Chapel, Florida. Ruth Johnson both of Starke and Tuesday, June 5, with Rev. RicharJ in Franklin County, Alabama Mr.
190 W. Main Street Lake Butler 496-2564 Graveside funeral services were Mary Alyce Stanley of Jacksonville; H. Moody officiating.Jones Funeral Bruton moved to Bradford County
.,. held at t p.m.Wednesday, May 30,at two sons, Floyd R. Crosby, Jr. of Home of Keystone Heights was in over 30 years ago. He was a memberof

-">, .[pia$3f: $; :,',,, _' t. bl ':"wlt'' '' "'.. ppt" 'ovedCC'r, 'w.' 'dif, .. ,"oj') Santa Larry White Fe Cemetery of the Salvation, with Army Capt. handyman the Baptist and faith was;a was U.S.a Marine retired

veteran of World War II.
The I Survivors include two sisters,
Mrs. L. Delma Gibbs of Starke and
AS SEEN IN .y Mrs. Mollie M. Bonta of North Platt
I Ar L' Nebraska; and several nieces and
nephews, Including Jerry Gibbs of

Chair. And 4' Starke.Funeral services for Mr. Bruton
Always Been A Great ChiropracticCenter : wiirr were held at 3 p.m. at graveside June,
Hampton Cemetery Monday

This Father's Day It's Also A Great Deal! OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr., V.A. Berry 4.was Jones In charge Funeral of arrangements.Home of Starke "


I HEADACHE s LOW BACK PAIN Roderic Cranford "Pee Wee"
PAIN CONTROL Starke, died Friday, June 1, in
Gainesville, following a sudden il
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it was then I realized I could love who are getting into foster parenting becoming foster parents are refer "We don't deal with any blue- McKinney said the foster -
them and take care of them and then because It Is something they want to red to Johnson by other foster eyed, blonde child everybodyseeks in Bradford and Union
know that they would one day go do. They have to be patient and parents, Johnson said. There are ," Johnson said. "Our children desperately needs help in
back home," Jones said. understanding," Johnson said.A many steps to being licensed. have problems and our parents are ing areas:
Jones' involvement in foster lot of people are under the First, potential foster parents are trained to cope with those 'Shelter parents. Shelter
parenting snowballed from the first misconception that foster parentingis required to complete a 10-week problems." take any child who needs parents''I
experience, she said. But, she said, a way to make extra money, training course Model Approach to The backgrounds of each potential shelter at any time of the
she loves children and would keep as Johnson said. Partnership and Parenting. The foster parent are checked night. These toster parents
many as she had room for. "This is not a money making course's three-hour weekly sessions thoroughly for arrest records or with the child who has
"I ve always been around kids. thing. Foster parents get money for usually take place at night In the histories of abusive behavior. Let removed from its parents. ,
This was something I could do to the child's food, clothing and care," HRS conference room In Starke. ters of reference are also required. parents provide a home for
help these kids because they need a Johnson said. "I'm wary of people The training is designed to teach Homes must meet minimum stan- until the child can be placed
home, too," she said. who ask how much money a child prospective foster parents how to dards for health and safety before care through the court .*
Jones said she would not hesitateto will get a month. A lot of people will cope with the personalities and being licensed as foster homes. Shelter parents are the ,
encourage others to try foster turn around when they find our how behaviors children who have been The process of being licensed is ficult to recruit.
parenting, although she knows that much a child gets a month." abused, neglected or abandoned, long. Johnson said, and must be .Long-term foster home -'
most people don't think they could Most of the people who ask about Jones said ,. repeated every year. For children awaiting their r- .
do it.
"If people would Just open up their
homes they would know what we're OFFARMERS..DURING
talking about," Jones said. "They THE MANY .
won't know they can do it unless they .
try. I didn't think I would be able to
do it. But these kids have problems,
and they're looking for someone to OUR BIG' .
love them."

rathe Johnson, children, youth
"d family counselor under the HRSi
i .>ter care program in Starke saidit '
takes a special person to foster! )

parent. Johnson recruits and DEUUiiULJE3E

licenses Union foster counties.families for Bradfordand 777 \

"We're really looking for people \ ,.

Obituaries .
from page till I I
the Protestant faith; a member of ,i
the American Legion Post 52 in I II I
Starke; was a U.S. Army Air Corps
veteran of World War II; and was a
farmer and retired Mary Carter

Whelchel wife Daniel Atlanta his two Paint Mr.son Burke,sisters Rhoda Store,Dampier H.,William,of Ga.Dampier owner/operator.Virginia Z.Decatur,Mrs.Dampier Mrs.E.is "Billy"survived of Ruby;, Jacksonville Julia Ga.his of Clapp Dampierof and brother Starke by Marie one his of;;, : ( C D [!DI I Drr J I OJ O) :

grandson Va.Funeral, Todd Dampier of Burke,

services for Mr. Dampierwere
held at 10 a.m. at graveside,

Hope Cemetery Wednesday, June 6, e. .
with Rev. Gary Heath officiating.
Jones Funeral Home of Starke was
in charge of arrangements.Mrs. .

Mary A. Smith
Mrs. Mary Agnes Smith, 87, of ffi' t- ;
Starke, died Thursday, May 31, in
University Nursing Care Center, *
Gainesville, following a long illness.
Born in Albany, New York, Mrs.
Smith moved to Starke in 1964 from THERE NO DOW
Jacksonville. She was a member of
the Catholic faith; was a
homemaker and was a member of .
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. mJD- I.
Survivors include her husband,
Rex K. Smith of Starke; two

nefeather brothers,, Bethesda James, N.Y.Dixon and Pen-Edward Soothing & Relaxing : ,: : : t' ..

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lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Featuring Built-in Heater .,. '' 'r -..
be made: to the American and Vibrating Action __ ,,
Cancer Society. /

Funeral services for Mrs. Smith SUPER SALE PRICE I' V ---
will be held at a later date In Calvary f
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Cemetery, Johnson City, N.Y. Jones R
Funeral Home of Starke was in "
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died Sunday morning, June 3, at Lifetime+ Warranty on WITH 4 SIDE CHAIRS AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. SUPER S
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one sister, Mrs. Hazel Griffis of .
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