Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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50th Issue Thursday,June 28. 1990 USPS mt2.7IO

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/7\1Wo oting, Way Down Upon the Sziwar ,ne River) Carla/s I

Early Edition...

Because the Fourth of July falls Liquor

on Wednesday, The Telegraph will 4
publish today July 2, next week. r K
Copy far of The
Telegraph should be submitted no Permit
later than Saturday noon. '

U-Cap M0.t... ( : rft
U-CAP, United Citizens Against PendingBy
Pollution, has scheduled a meeting
Monday, July 2 at 7:30 .m., in the
Union County dourthouse.Brooker Buster Rohn

Council... BCT Staff Writ.
Faced with a procedural error and
The Brooker Council will hold its threatened with a lawsuit, Bradford
regularly scheduled meeting Tues- : commissioners have moved to allow
day, July 3, at 7:30 p.m., ratherthan liquor to be served in Carla's Sand-
the second Tuesday in the --e wich Shoppe on SR-16 six miles NW
month. Council meeting will returnto of Starke.In .
the second: Tuesday each month a 3-1 vote Tuesday June 26, the
in August. Board of County Commislsoners
remanded the Carla Hawthorne ap-
Fourth of July... yy peal to the Bradford County Board of
The BC Chamber of Commerce is Adjustment with instructions to
"Freedom Fest," a reverse its former decision and ap-
Fourth of July celebration Wednes- prove the sale of liquor with meals In
day, July 4, to be held In the BHS Carla's Sandwich Shoppe. (See
Football Stadium, beginning at 7 Carla's appeal in companion story).
p.m.. Commissioner Joe Riddick read a
Entertainment, food and prepared statement in which he
fireworks will be featured In the quoted from the legal opinion
fun-filled spectaclular, says Pro- prepared by County Attorney Bill
grams Chairman Cliff Chapman. Bessent that said in essence, the
There'll be no speeches and the .naS Board of Adjustment did not follow
admission is free. proper procedures in rendering its
decision, and should be overturned.

Boat Parade... 'tt ( Riddick made the motion to re-
mand the issue with instructions to
Boats entering the Second Annual
the and received
approve request, a
Kingsley Lake Boat Parade should 1 second by Commissioner Wilbur
form at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday July Waters. Commissioner Ross
4, at the Girl Scout Camp at the Chandler voted with Riddick and
SW corner of Kingsley Lake. All Waters to approve the motion.Dist.2
boat owners are invited to par Commissioner EL Norman voted
ticipate. Kingsley residents, please no
decorate your docks. Commissioners averted a possible
lawsuit by following the recommen-

Candy Stripers... .. dation of County Attorney Bessent..
Hawthorne's attorney, Darla
Applications for Candy Stripers Christopher, stated a refusal to ,
to work as volunteers be pick
ed up at the Information may Desk .. .. Photographers zero-in on Sen. Wyche; Fowler left; ,.and_Sen.,fob: Graham in front of a canoe on the,Suwannee.Wdh the follow result Bessent's in.an recommendationwould appeal to the
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Three BHS Class**... Background.: ..

Three BHS Classes, 1959-60-61, Save the Suwannee Effort Bradford County Commissionersheard
have scheduled Kicked OffWhile
a 30 year" reunion the Hawthorne appeal,
Friday and Saturday, July Wednesday June 20, detailed in an
2021.It a bluegrass band played County residents fighting a hazar- although Sen. Graham favors a both Florida and Georgia will work accompanying story.
is essential that all class "Way down upon the Suwannee dous waste treatment facility and a return to the natural system rather to preserve the Suwannee "I thinkon After Hawthorne and Attorney
members return forms as soon as River (Old Folks at Home)," medical waste incinerator facility. than artificial control of water flow. a local level we can do a better Christopher, left the hearing room,
possible in order that planning can Senators Bob Graham, D-FL and Saving the natural beauty of the Both senators agree however, a job with the existing structures,"the followed by some 100 spectators
be finalized. Wyche Fowler, D-GA,. set off on a Suwannee was the main topic of the basic protection plan is needed to Georgia senator said. county commissioners took a short
For information, call Charles canoe trip on the Suwannee River, save the beautiful river from en- Sen.Fowler says the water level in recess and talked to their attorney,
Francis Ph. 964-7735 Tom Smith, Sunday, June 24, to emphasize keep- day."It was great," said Graham after croaching development.The the Okefenokee is at a record low. A Bill Bessent.
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon, Ph. ing the beautiful river basin in its paddling down the river. "I haveSeen Suwannee starts its life in longer canoe trip further north was The Board of County Commis-
964-5358. natural state. on the Suwannee when the Georgia. The Alapaha and planned for Sunday, but was changed sioners had been sitting as a quasi-
The two United States senatorsare 'ater covered these limestone Withlacoochee rivers, which join the because of low water levels.Evenso judicial board, to hear Hawthorne
Starke Qualifying.. seeking a strong two-state effort banks and today it's probably the Suwannee, originate in Georgia. the Suwannee was low enough in appeal a decision by the Bradford
Qualifying for the three council to save what Sen. Graham termed"a lowest I've ever seen it. But it's Sunday's canoe trip was sponsoredby places for canoes to drag on the bot County Board of Adjustment, in
seats whose terms expire this year great natural asset for the beautiful under all conditions." the Suwannee River Water which Hawthorne had been denied a
will be held Monday noon, July 23 nation." The Suwannee flood plain is Aware of the beauty of the river Management District, which tom.Occupied by inexperienced pad- license to serve liquor in her 29 seat
through Friday noon, July 27. about evenly divided between and the need to protect it, Sen. oversees water usage in North Central dlers in some cases, the canoes ran restaurant on SR-16 near the In-
District seats number 1, 2 and 3 are Florida and Georgia, said Sen. Fowler said, "It's one of the most Florida, to initiate the two-state into each other as photographers tersection with Bayless Highway.
to be filled. Only residents of those Graham. beautiful rivers anywhere, effort to protect the river. jostled for position. But the river Before adjourning the appeal, At-
districts may qualify for a place on "It's a two-state treasure, and 'a anyplace, and we're trying to figure Sen. Fowler forsees no national was exceptionally calm and torneys Christopher and Bessent
the ballot or vote in the October two-state responsibility. It's a out the best way to keep it for the legislation to protect the Suwannee everybody had fun had agreed the commissioners
election. wonderful beginning of a project to future." but Sen. Graham would like to see The bluegrass band which played would vote on the issue Tuesday,
save it, serve it, and protect it," The 235-mile river originates in the river get a national Wild and for the launch was made up of June 26 thus no vote was takenWednesday
BHS Class of 1980... Graham added. the Okefenokee Swamp in South Scenic River designation. The employees of the Spirit of the Suwannee night June 20.
Some 70 persons, media"and en- Georgia. A canal and levee system St.Mary's River,which snakes along Campground, said Barbara
Bessent ..
The BHS Class of 1980 Is set for vironmentalists, in 30-odd canoes ac- .that rings part of the swamp and a the Georgia-Florida border north of Johnson. Band members were Says.
August 11, 1990. Anyone may at- companied Senators Fowler and discharge structure controls Jacksonville was recently was Marge and Charlie Campbell Ed Attorney Bessent told commis-
tend, it is not restricted to 1980 BHS Graham on a two-mile canoe trip, releases of water Into the Suwannee.A designated a Wild and Scenic River. Underwood Bob Wilson, and Ms. sioners that he would prepare a
graduates. Call ph. 964-74 75 for in- launched at the Spirit of the Suwannee recommendation signed by Gov. The designation would allow Johnson.Of paper, available Friday, for their
formation. for federal officials to use in arriving at a decision. If thecommissioner's
Campground and ending at a Bob Martinez calls a joint develop protec-
public boat ramp operated by the Florida-Georgia management plan tion standards for the Suwannee course Sens. Fowler and decision is un-
BHS Class of 1970..., Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- that would restore the pre- such as more stringent review of Graham joined the band for fun and popular, Bessent said they can then
Festivities for the 20 year reunionof mission.Some 200 persons joined the impoundment hydrology to the federal dredge and fill permits.Sen. to give photographers another photo say it was made on advice of
the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled senators for lunch at the Stephen river. Fowler hopes state and coun- opportunity.Sen. Fowler borrowed a counsel.
for Friday and Saturday nights Foster Memorial Center where the Sen. Fowler doubts the Impound- ty government officials environmentalists guitar and played. and sung "Pistol (See Carla'S..P.2A)
October 2627. All graduates are senators were corraled by Madison ment structure will be altered, and residents in Packm Mama.

urged to send in their reservation

forms and money to Mary Sue First ]Ever License .
Tomlinson ASAP to help cover-the County Commission Hears Denial Appeal
costs of the reunion. eJ
Please send $40 per couple or$20 By Buster Rahn mission Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. proximately 100 people showed up serve liquor is expected to increase Ms. Hawthorne, who had stated
per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson. BCT Stall Writer Chairman Carter and County for the hearing.In profits. Under questioning earlier that the business Is profitable
RFD 5, Box 7641. Starke, 32091. Bradford County commissionerssat Clerk Ray Norman were to tabulatethe a quasl-udlclalsetUng, people Hawthorne said she does not expectthe evaded a direct answer but
/ The next meeting of the planning. in a history making quasi- votes and announce the decision.A from the audience are not allowed to serving of liquor to increase floor finally said the restaurant would
committee i Is scheduled for Mon judicial session Wednesday,June 20, tie vote would uphold the decisionto testify. .traffic, but expects it will increasethe face bankruptcy without the license
day, July 16, at 7:30: p.m., In the to consider an appeal by Carla deny the request by the Board of tab of each customer, thereby In- because of expansion of the building.
home of Cindy Futch, 403: S. Cherry Hawthorne, whose request for a Adjustment, since the decision will The Hearing... creasing profit for the firm. In summing up, Attorney
St.For license to serve liquor was denied by not have been overturned. Attorney Christopher called Hawthorne said she has disconnected Christopher said she had made
additional information, call the Bradford County Board of Ad- A tie vote Is possible because Com- Hawthorne to the stand and through loud speakers lowered lights several attempts to determine the
Cindy, ph. 964-8953 of David justment earlier this year. missioner Maxie Carter, who has questioning, led her to repeat mostof and built a buffer in response to procedure that would be used in the
Kirkland. ph. 473-2372. Carla's Sandwich Shop, owned by amusement games In the 29-seat the narrative heard by the Boardof complaints that surfaced in the appeal but received no answer from
Hawthorne, Is near the prison com- restaurant disqualified himself for Adjustment. Board of Adjustment meeting. County Attorney Flynn or County
BHS Alumni... plex on SR-16. some six miles northwest possible conflict of interest. Hawthorne said she has been in After a 10-19 minute recess in Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal.
BBS, alumni are planning a of Starke.Hawthorne The Rev.James Cowart, pastor of business 3V4 years without experien- which attorneys Reggie Flynn and Later O'Neal admitted the appeal
centennial celebration of Bradford was represented in the Northside Baptist Church asked cing any problems with law enforce- Bessent conferred, Bessent ques- process has never before functioned
High School which will be 100 appeal by Attorney Darla Chairman Carter to step aside and ment agencies. Hawthorne stated tioned Ms. Hawthorne.The in Bradford County and procedureswere
allow the vice-chairman to thrust of Bessent's quest!, not established.
old In 1991. Christopher, an associate in the she Is operating a legitimate
years The BHS Alumni Association la Terence Brown law firm. In Starke. moderate the panel! but. Attorney business conforming to the various Ing was whether or not Carla's Sand- Attorney Christopher said the Zon-
membership drive. The commissioners on advice of Bessent ruled that darter could re- state agencies that monitor wich shop would face bankruptcy if ing Board and Board of Adjustmenthad
sponsoring a but would be beer and wine tho liquor license Is denied. not followed written
Join today. If membership has County Attorney Bill Bessent, main as chairman restaurants, offering procedures,
your vote'on the Issue. sit down Attorney Christopher voiced an the review of
Annual dues delayed a final decision until 7:30 unable to with carry-out: meals, citing special excep-
lapsed$5.,Send renew checks today.to Alumni pm. Tuesday, June 28, at which The meeting wa to have been held meals, catering and parties. objection to the question as being irrelevant "- tions bv the Zoning. Board im-
are Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke, time each of four commislonen In the commissioner's room but had Hawthorne admitted the bottom to the issue, but Bessent insisted -
to be moved to courtroom when line and being able to on an answer. (See Appeal..PJA
32091. Dale Brown, President. were to submit written votes to Corn- a ap- ia profits,

Upcoming.Public meetings.. scheduled. 'in the $400,000 for BUS Gym Survives Governor's Veto ]Pen .

coming weeks are: .
26, at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. Bradford High bChOOl'S $400,000 tinez's line-Item vetoes: '"They dida < Complete renovation of the drawn and have the project completed George Crady has placed the BHS
Starke zoning board meets Thurs- gym renovation project passed the terrific job," said Supt. Duncan. 35-year-old gym will include a new in time for the 1991 basketball gym renovation in the state budget.
day, June 28, at 7 p.m., in Starke Governor's turkey-test,escaping the The only sombre note In an otherwise roof, new floor, new bleachers, and lesson It was vetoed twice by Gov. Mar
City Hall. line-item veto pen that wiped $81.6 bright picture Duncan said Is new dressing rooms, and some new tinez but survived this time in an
Starke City Council meets Tues- million from the state budget Tues the fact that Inflation has increased classrooms added to one side of the The gym project's major-domo election year for the governor.
daY July S, at 7:30 p.m., in City day. building costs by at least 25 percent gym. Duncan said the appropriated school board member Len Schlof- The same line Item No.2909D, the
Hall., since the first gym estimates were money will be held In Tallahassee man, was out of town on vacation BHS gyn was In, contains $2.5
Brooker City Council meets Tues-' Bradford's jubilant School made three years ago. What was to and made available to the School when the good news broke and could million in school funding for various
day July S, at 7:30 p.m., in City Superintendent Jim Duncan be a $400,000 project will now cost aa Board in increments. He hopes to get not be reached for comments. counties, including $300,000 for roof
Hal I. The meeting has been credited magnificent support from additional $100-to-$125 thousand, the first planning money this fall. Needless to say, survival of the gym renovation at Union High School,according -
rescheduled from its regular date, community leaders and the county's Duncan said. "We'll have to make The scenario now Is to complete the project will be icing on the cake for to Jim Allred, administrative
the second Tuesday In the month. legislative delegation for getting the up the difference from other upcoming basketball season in the his vacation. assistant to Rep.
gym under the wire of Gov. Marx sources" he added. gym as it is, while plans are being This Is the third year that Rep. George Crady.a .

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TELEGRAPH .t, 28.1990

I Subdivision Ordinance Passed Gaskins Seeking

By County; ..._..... -- --.. 1

I y luster RohnCI Positions shifted further when Attorney raved street inside.the subdivision,
Staff Writer Rick Replogle! a committee and the 8 I lots must oe inside or part' District Two Seat
County commissioners approved member, pleaded with his peers to of a larger subdivision.The .
5-0 the new compromise law set aside personal gain and work for effective date of the ordinancewas -
regulating subdivisions which has the good of the county. set 90 days away In order to Arthur Gaskins,55,of CR-225 westof tlon which covers five NFL coun
been 17 months in preparation after Real estate people, including give property owners time to bring Lawtey has announced his Inten- ties.He
meetings with realtors. developers and commissionersfound into compliance.In tion to run for the District 3 seat on is married to the former Peggy
The commissioners were told at common ground in requiring accepting some graded roads, the Braford County Commission.It Hinson of Hampton. The Gaskins
their June 20 mid-month meeting by road paving In some situations, and the county eliminated Home-Owner will probably be a 4-way Dist. 3 have two sons, Randy and Mike,and
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal that the county accepting grades,stabltz- Associations, whose primary race. Previously annoucned candidates one daughter,Teresa."I .
the new subdivision ordinance was ed with limerock, in some areas. responsibility Is to construct and are incumbent E.L. (Nook) am entering the commissionrace
complete and ready to be adopted, The new law includes a number of maintain roads within subdivisions.The ,Norman and newcomers Manly because,like most other people I
having met all legal criteria for provisions, but the compromise for new ordinance defines a sub- Bolin and Greg Alvarez. Lawtey In the county, I am concerned about I
advertising and public hearings. construction of streets is clearly division as a parcel divided into 9 or Nr councilman Marvin Rosier say he taxes and the structure of our tax
Commissioner Wilbur Waters defined, and in the future, each plat more lots with one exception, the ,plans to run for the Dist.2 seat on theRepublican base," Gaskins says.
moved to adopt the new law. will state that the county Is under no dividing of a parcel into 8 or fewer ticket. "I will be very conservative spending I
In January, 1989, then Commission obligation to pave graded streets in- lots Is unaffected. askins, who has lived and farmed the taxpayers' money, as I was
Chairman Waters appointed a side subdivisions. A person buying a The one exception,added to the ordinance In Bradford County all his life, while serving on the school board.
Subdivision Committee,drawn from lot on a graded street will be duly advised by commissioners, require owns and operates a poultry farm "I have the ability to vote NO
real estate salespersons that the street will remain un roads to be stablized with limerock, four miles west of Lawtey on CR-225. when I think the taxpayers'money is
developers, county officials andothers paved.There. the same provision as in larger sub- I He served eight yeasrs (two terms) not being spent wisely. I
,to write a new subdivision ordinance are four standards pertaining divisions. on the Bradford school board, from "With the county commissioners'
advising the committee to to streets: 19741982. budget In the red this year there is
move expiditlously. A) All streets In commercial and Gaskins was president of the going to be some tough business
A series of meetings ensued, in industrial subdivisions shall have Meng Zoning... Arthur Gaskins Bradford Fair Association for two decisions to be made in the next few
block streets with paving 24 feet wide Francis Meng, acompanled by his He is of the North- years. I believe I can help make the
which the main stumbling was of S...ki Dirt. ft Commlulon .... years. president
the paving of streets within subdivi curb and gutter, with 60 foot right son, David, received final approval Florida Broiler Producers Assocla- right ones for Bradford County." I
sions. Some developers and real way.B June 20 on zoning an acre on US-301,
estate people contended that Brad ) All Streets in residential sub- from OR (open rural) to LI (industrial I I
ford homeowners cannot afford to divisions, where any lot is smaller light warehouse) to operatea 4 in StarkeNeed
than feet of radiator Freedom Fest July
buy lots in which the streets are paved 10,000square ,regardless repair shop.
and others do not want to live on the number of lots, or any lot less Meng's son, David, plans to _
paved roads. than 100 X 100 feet, then all streets operate a repair shop in part of a A July 4. celebration, called sunglasses from Len Schlofman, "Flag of Freedom," written by I
shall be paved, 20 feet wide, curb former chicken house. Freedom Fest 1990, Is set to begin at chicken sandwiches from David Dodge; Patty Kay Elder and '1
County commissioners, which and gutters, with 60 feet of right of Chairman Carter reminded Meng 7:30: p.m. at the Bradford High foot- McDonalds, T-shirts and more.A Carol Milner from Starke, and
have the responsibility of maintaining way. that he (Meng) had sought and ball stadium and Is sponsored by the food booth will dispense hot Natalie Jo Minor from Keystone I
some 350 miles of graded roads, C) In any subdivision in which all received reclassificatlon of the property Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- dogs, cokes, snow cones, and more Heights.A dance group from the KH 1
vowed long ago, to never again accept lots are equal to or larger than 10,000 by the Board of Equalization merce. f vw}.items not yet added Dance Academy will performa ''i
feet, streets shall have from residential to agriculture andrezoning at dance. Some members of
unpaved roads for square pav- Entertainment, food, and Entertainment, to begin 7:30 patriotic l I''
maintenance.The ing 20 feet wide, with 60 feet right of the one acre could possibly fireworks will be the order of the m. will be provided by KatieSmith Nostalgia, a local singing group led "
two positions appeared to be way. Curb and gutters not required.D affect the ad valorem taxes. day, says Event Chairman Cliff a singer,from Gainesville, by Bill McRae, will sing. '
polarized for the first two meetings, ) This standard is an exemptionto Meng said he didn't think rezoning Chapman. No speaker is planned. who will sing the national anthem; Emcee will be Terry Vaughan of }l''
but positions thawed after Ralph Standard C in subdivisions with one acre would affect the land Begin making plans now to Bill McRae of Starke who will sing WEAG Radio Station.
Bryan demonstrated a plat being short access roads serving 8 or less classification, and asked the commissioners observe the Bradford July celebra-
in the Lawtey area, and lots. Short streets must be graded to proceed with the tion, Chairman .
satisfy the committee that paved and stablized with limerock 20 feet rezoning. the first time,Capman.For the Chamber Our Country Day Tennis Tournament
wide, in a 60 foot wide right of Commissioners .ded the
roads are not feasible in all cir way. approv! will solicit donations at the to
cumstances. The unpaved street must feed into a Meng request 50.Building help pay for the event to cost gate around The Deadline for the Our Country Day Tennis Tournament Is TODAY,

t4.ooo. Nobody will be turned away. June 2& Applications are available at City Hall in Keystone Heights or by

For each dollar donated;the donaieF calling Tournament Chairman Mark Friedlin at 473-0579. Due to an error

3 Incumbents Returned to Permits Up will receive a ticket for a drawing the mixed doubles category was left off the application.If you wish to play
I for a large number of prizes donated doubles make form,or contact the
in June; Costs Still by the businesses community. Examples mixed ,please a note on your applicatio

Office in Lake Butler ElectionLake Trail Last Year'sBy of prizes: a 6-foot picnic chairman at the above number.
table from BARC built with treated The tournament will begin Friday,June 29.Admission is S8 singles and$S

Bust.r Rahn limber, a U.S. Savings Bond from per person for doubles.Trophies will be awarded.Finals take place on
re-elected Grady received
Butler voters Herring 188 votes,
BCT Staff WI.., Florida Federal; a barebcue grill 4.Times will be announced at a later date.
three incumbents to the city council Fred Sirmones 168, Craig Shadd 109, from Gas hot Wednesday,July
Sawyer hamburgers,
Building permits issued in June ;
Daniel Wiliams and
Tuesday, June 26. 50, Leamon
dogs and other fast food items
show an increase over prior months
Waters 23. ,
Jimmy Whitehead, who has servo
donated by the new Subway Shop,
ed 14 years on the council, led the The turnout was just under 50 percent but estimated construction costs
election with 390 votes, 283 at the with 530 of the approximate continue to lag last year's average of
polls and 107 absentee votes. Mayor 1,100 voters going to the polls. $1 million per month. Cox Appliance
Leroy Stalvey was second with 241 141 of the votes were absentee Zoning Director Darrel O'Neal
votes, including 27 absentee votes. ballots; 20 were thrown out for being reported to the Bradford County &
Longtime councilman John Shaw Improperly marked.The canvassing Zoning Board, Wednesday, June 26, Air
board Hal Maines that his office issued 51 permits during Conditioning
was third with 233 votes,including 64 was city attorney
absentee votesChallenger city councilman Bill Thomas andFletcher June, with an estimated $830,000 Service J PINEHURST
Reni''Allen, 232 votes, Myers, and Mary Jenkins. construction cost. I 0 ftt
lost to councilm .haw by one vote. About 50 percent of the absentee Permits. issued: .SSY)1 VARIETY AtIp.. "
The votes were to be recounted votes were from residents of the 20 mobile homes, $162,621 ", .
Wednesday. In case of a tie,a run-off housing project. Candidates Jimmy 5 SF Homes, $392,790 !'"
election would be held between Shaw Whitehead and John Shaw both work 1 Addition, $168,400 1 tO'1
and Allen. for the housing authority.ing .25 Other. $108,248COrrf'ction. '
fA"i "S1 Nom!

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Appealfrom -
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( pale 1A) meeting since the commis- Last week the Telegraph quoted a SURGES AHEAD -

mediately) prior to the Board of Ad- sioners already have a meeting source Transmission as saying Starke Radiatorand
no longer repairs WITH 21ST
justment meeting.The scheduled at the time. radiators. ,

defense attorney's main Attorney Bessent reminded com- Owner of Starke Radiator, Randy Joe Cox.your frtondly mpalnran.Cad AND
thrust was that the Board of Adjust missioners of the Florida Sunshine Rowell, said the information is incorrect !him today for any appliance repair.Sevtes .
Law and advised them to make an GREAT VALUES
ment seemingly ruled on "com- and the garage continues to & Repair on:
criteria for of individual decision, without con-
patibility, a approval .
special exceptions, based on sultation with other commissioners.The offer radiator service. All Maof( Appliance* 2 RMS. !*,3 w 4 ttirsttf Mctef, 1 a r.
The s
Telegraph regrets In- Air Conditioning Refrigeration
vote will be tabulated and the any CMVWtttfflI
popularity of the issue. convenience to Mr. Rowell. Rectrteol .. _afyS_ _
the Board of results announced. t U4Eli
In adjustment inMullr""," ,1Id1
meeting, Board Member Pete Although the votes will be in writ ::964-.7a.62:; : I '.Extra stMgtkfMnuliMtMl
Schlosser observed the large ten form, the vote of each commis- I .Color cMH anMlIIII) $69g
number of people in the audiencethat sioner will be published. Lie OR A 0046994. 0007578 I toMkM NlMMl
opposed the request for a liquor When deliberating Board of Adjustment .test Mlt-tapMtor t NtonmMMlCwna
license and said "I decisions, commissioners MEW
discover MMwwMtfswBlftQl
and a
I .May
number of people that oppose the re- normally have three choices, 1) An Electrician? '
the decision of the Board of DEALER
quest. Does that make it incompatible uphold
? I suppose it does." Adjustment, 2) remand the issue DAN WAINWRIGHT W Do Alteration
Attorney Christopher said Mark back to the Board of Adjustment for call Come in and get your change for the laundromat and your
Hardenbrook touched on a key issue another hearing, and 3) reverse the 36 Yn.Experience AU Types Electrical Work bit minute items:Bread,milk,and cold drinks.
when he said many of the objections decision by the Board of Adjust- '::1a2 : Single it 3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work
related to the Board of Adjustment ment. I,. ,i071'I ,, Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
should properly be directed to the During her discourse, Attorney Also...
Bradford County Health Depart- Christopher said Board of Adjust
ment or to the Sheriff's Office, since ment Member Pete Schlosser shoulddisqualify Custom & Prefab Welding
they were not within the area of con- himself, since he signed a
cern by the Board of Adjustment. petition opposing the request for a liquor -.
The Board of Adjustment, license prior to voting on the
Christopher said, failed to state issue In the board meeting. Duringthe CLAY
specific reasons for denial of the recess, Schlosser reviewed a CL.
license, as required by statute. copy of the petition and found the
Atorneys Bessent and Christopher signature, "Peter M. Schlosser." all9erAstr, a I__
agreed to postpone a decision by Board Member Schlosser said --- -
commissioners until later, giving first that he does not remembersigning =--=---=-= -=---- ---
them an opportunity to a petition, and secondly, the AT STARKE, FLORIDA
perty. After some discussion signature is that of his son. Board IVIANLY
everyone agreed to having a finaldecision Member Schlosser's name Is CalvinE. is pleased to announce
announced the June 26 zon- ., with "Pete" being a nickname.

the addition of

Carla's iBOLINCounty

Attorney lessen sums his opinion
(from page 1\ by telling commissioners that the -
Attorney Bessent's' opinion states action by the Board of Adjustment
that the peltioner (Hawthorne) has cannot be sustained under county or-
met seven of the eight criteria dinances, nor the law in such case
outlined in zoning ordinance 25.7.3, provided; wherefore it (denial of the '
and there is nothing in the record to request) must be reversed and the Commission District 2
reflect any showing that she has not. petition remanded to the Board of ,
"The record reflects no statementof Adjustment with instructions to approve
the Board of Adjustment'sreasons the special exception. *
for denial, much less a full Attorney Christopher confirmedher A New Time :
statement" the opinion states. intention to seek relief In circuit A New Face "HOME OF YOUR HOME TEAMS"
Continuing, "An exhaustive court if county commissioners do not
review establishes no specific, reverse the decision by the Board of A New Beginning ON JULY 1 1990 CHANNEL 32
substantial evidence or proofs of Adjustment, or remand the issue to ,.
adverse effect within the criteria set the Board of Adjustment with in-
forth at Ordinance 25.7.1(8) a-k. structions to approve the Hawthorne ..!d.PoLAcI" DeaL: COLLEGE SroR'ISFLORlDA'GATORS
There are obvious arguments and ,request. *
adverse opinions stated, but these
are founded on conjecture, un- MIAMI HURRICANES
qualified opinion, and personal

that many who appeared before the OF SO. FLORIDA
Board of Adjustment feared the im- .
pact of traffic Increased use, of '
for the two-year terms :
development,and opposed the use of Qualifying COmlNCE\dlAMPIONSWPS I
alcoholic beverages in any manner City Commissioner District 1 SE
and in any place, none of the FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS I
,representations or objefctiohs rose Commissioner District 3 .
above conjecture and preference. (;r> NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

"Notwithstanding the natural and ) City" Commissioner District 5 \ ; NASCAR AUTO RACING
commendable desire of all conscientious -
elected and appointed officialsto PRO BOXING !
submit to the will of the ., I
zoning decisions(Including citizenry hearingson will take place at the Starke City Hall, THOROUGHBRED RACING

special exceptions) may not be and much much moreSTARHE
based upon a poll! of the audience nora beginning noon,. July 23, 1990 and ending 1.-
vote) of neighboring landowners.The .
decision must be based upon the noon, July 27, 1990. a .
facts, as the Board of Adjustmentfinds

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June 28,1900 TELEGRAPH Page3A

Starve Merchants Still on Top; Four Games Left to Play I IThe

Starke Merchants IUD lead Starke Merchants at 7:30: pm.; Barnes. Going 3-for-4 was Alvin
the Men'Softball League with a 13-1 F.S.P. plays First Baptist at 8:45: Green. Going 3-for-S was Donald

record and only.four game left to West. Getting two hits were William
play. p.m.Tues.., July 3, F.S.P. plays U.C.I. Muse, Timmy Seeley,Tim Chastain.
The Starke Merchant hava lead at 7:30 p.m. Going 4-for-6 lor DuPont were
the Men's Softball League, sponsored Thurs., July 5, F.S.P. plays the Berte McGee Larry Mercer, and
'by the Starke Recreation Starke Merchants at 8:45 p.m. Randy Conner. Going 3-for-6 was
Department, for the past month. SQ/E79Gt'4niR l.aJ7t1W 9'A. ow'G Beaver DeSue. Getting two hits

Team standings;,. were Steve Cox and John Tyson.
Stark. Merchant. ..'..131Owpont U.C.I. 8 S.Mer. 7

., ,.. Wucl. U.C.I outhit the Starke Merchants S.Mer. 3 F.S.P. 0
.... .. ''' ,. ,5.S.W 12-9 and won 8-7 Monday, June 29.
.IP... .,...... ...'j' .:....,... .. .A-, Leading U.C.I. going 3-for-4 was The Starke Merchants outhit
Mark AJkIns. Getting two hits were F.S.P. 16-5 and won 5-0 .Tuesday,

Upcoming... DeWayne McBride and Neal Mar L'g1 June 26.Leading.
the Merchants going
The Men's League and Church shall.
League play games with each other Leading the Starke Merchants go- : 3-for-3 was John Lewis. Getting two
hits Farlen McClellan and Jim
because there aren't enough teamsin Ing 3-for-3 was Ken Carlton., Lewis.were
either All ,
league. games are F.S.P. 28 DuPont 21 '" Getting two hits for F.S.P. was
played at the Edwards Road
complex.Thurs. F.S.P. outhlt DuPont 23-21 and 1 1l Timmy Seeley.
., June 28, DuPont plays won 26-21 Monday, June 25. .. FB Law. 14 U.C.I. 6
V.C.I. at 730: p.m. Leading F.S.P. going 4-for-3 was
Mon., July 2, the Star play the Don Davis. Going 3-for-S was Richie .... The First Baptist Church of
V Lawtey outhit U.C.I. 16-13 and won
jIV "lit"" 14-6 Tuesday, June 26.
l.r Leading First Baptist going 2-for-3

LH Takes YSA InvitationalSweeping ....\ .,".. '"...* 01,,..'.. ""!' ;,'....._ 'Vn including a triple were Kelley Dyal
"" ; ________ __I: '_;:'_ and Donnie Wise. Going 2-for-3 was
David McNeill. Going 2-for-4 with a

undefeated through four was 2-for-3 ((2-3)1 Jason Pitcher 2-4, Out of the Park... home run were Crawford and Steve

games Lemon Heights Baptist of Jason Lewis and Jay McKeown I-It Starke Merchant's first baseman Kenneth Carlton Campbell. Going 2-for-4 with a triplewas
June 25.
Palatka won the 12th annual YSA Invitational Link Bishop, Ken Carltqn, Jeff lilts his fourth Davy Norman.
Men's League home run over the leftThe U.C.I catcher Is Richard Aycox. The umpire I*
U.C.I 3-for-4 was Andrew
Softball Tournament Leading going
Carver Sean Jones and Vinnie
center field fence but U.C.I
won 8-7 Monday night Coach David Tew.
played June 22-23 at the Edwards Robinson 1-2. Carter. Going 2-for-4 with a
Road Complex in Starke. In Game No.2 the Stars beat First home run was Curview Baker. Get
New Oak Grove Baptist of High Baptist of Palatka 5-4. Link Bishopwas ting two hits were Richard Aycox
Springs finished second with a 3-1 2-2 for the Stars, Donnie Francis and Robinson.

record, losing only to'champion 2-3, Jason Pilcher 2-4 Ken Carlton, 1st Baptist of Lawtey Leads LeagueWith
Lemon Heights Baptist Arlington Daryl Gnann and Vince Robinson
Assembly of God of Jacksonville t
finished i third with a 3-2 record. 12.In Game No.3, the Stars lost 22-7 to an 11-1 record, the First Bap- Presbyterian plays Church of God at won 12-7 Monday, June 25.
Calvary Baptist of Palatka finished a hot hitting Calvary Baptist team. tist Church of Lawtey leads the 7:30: p.m. The Stars plays First Leading First Baptist going 3-for-4
fourth with a 2-2 record. The host Ken Carlton led the Stars going 3-4 at Men's Church League sponsored by Methodist at 8:45: p.m. were Donnie Wise and Kelley Dyal.
team, the Starke Stars and First the plate; Daryl Gnann was 2-3,'Jeff the Starke Recreation Department.FB Getting two hits were Tommy Wise,
Methodist of Starke finished tied for Carver and Jay McKeown 1-1, beat the Stars 12-7 and U.C.I. F.Pres. 9 Stars 8 Larry Turbyfield, and Joseph Starl-

fifth with identical 1-2 records; First Ashley Alday and Donnie Francis 14-6 this past week. First Presbyterian and the Stars Ing.Leading
Baptist of Palatka, 0-2. was 7th. 2-4, and Link Bishop 1-2. Team Standings: tied 14-14 in hitting but First the Stars going 3-for-3 cg

The Stars batted .446 as a team in .. Bopiit . . . . . .11.1 Presbyterian won 9-8 Thursday, were Jason Pilcher and Jeremy
The Youth Softball AssociationYSA their three games. Jay McKeownwas First Presbyterian . . . ..9.5 June 21.Leading. Crawford. Going 3-for-4 was Donnie
( ) wishes to thank those who 3-3,Ken Carlton 5-8, Link Bishop Air Park . . . . . . .7.6 First Presbyterian, going Francis. '{ a.. Rtf
helped with the tournament, says 4-6, Donnie Francis 6-10, Darly Stan . . . . . . . 7.7 3-for-4 were Buddy Paterson and Eddie
Coach Jerry McGriff. Events included Gnann 3-5, and Jason Lewis 1-2. First M.thodlst..4.9/ Dyal. Getting two hits were F.Pres. 14 A.Park 7

a rummage sale and a home run The Stars now return to Starke Church of Cod . . . . .2.12 Larry Paterson and Matt Herres. The First Presbyterian outhit Air !
derby, with a pitching machine, won Men's League play Sunday, July IS, Going 2-for-2 for the Stars, including Park 19-8 and won 14-7 Tuesday,
by Vince Robinson of the Stars whohit at LWCI. They look forward to Upcoming... a triple, was Sean Jones. June 26.Leading.
five homers.In hosting the Florida Boys 18-and- The Church League and Men's Going 2-for-3 was Josh Crawford. First Presbyterian
Game No.1 Friday night the under State Tournament the League play games with each other Going 2-for-3 with a home run was 3-for-3 was Eric Veronac. ring
Starke Stars lost 8-4 to First weekend of July 20, says Coach because there aren't enough teamsIn Jason Pilcher. Going 2-for-4 at the 3-for-4 with a triple was Tim Lewis.
Methodist of Starke. Donnie Francis McGriff. either league. All games are plate was Vince Robinson. Getting two hits were Ron Disbrow,

played at the Edward's Road Com- Eddie Dyal, Terry Vaughn, Matt ". _
T" >
plex. '_ C.O.G. ll-A.Park6 Herres, and Fitzpatrick.

Thurs., June 28, First ,Methodist Air Park outhit the Church of God Leading Air Park going 2-for-4 Making the Catch...
Carter Hudson Playing for AAUFormer plays Presbyterian and Air Park 11-9 but the Church of God won 11-6 were Lloyd GilplnJr. and Lonnie center fielder
plays the Stars at 7:30: p.m. Churchof Thursday, June 21. OliveJr. Starke Merchant'
Tornado basketballers points;lea the team with 8 rebounds, God plays First Baptist of Lawteyat Leading the Church of God going Gene Raulerson catches a fly' ball hit
Pedro Carter and Wendell Hudsonare and had three assists. Wendell Hud 8:45 p.m. 2-for-3 was Dwight Allen. Gettingone Monday night. by U.C.I. Joseph

playing for Team Jacksonville In son, who has signed with Santa Fe Mon., July 2, the Stars play the hit were Lloyd Allen, Doug Ben FMeth. 13 C.O.G. 3 Jackson.

the Men's 19 and under Amateur Community College, scored 14 Starke Merchants at 7:30: p.m. First nett, Dwayne Allen, Mike Plant, The First Methodist outhit the
Athletic Union National Basketball points, had six rebounds and. two Baptist of Lawtey plays F.S.P. at Mike Ronsville, and Roy Mckinney. Church of God 13-6 and won 13-3

Tournament this week at the Florida blocked shots. 8:45 p.m. Leading Air Park going 2-for-2 Tuesday, June 26. The kangaroo rat a tiny desert rodent -
Community Junior College South Tues., July 3, C.O.G. plays the was Mike Baker. Going for-4 was Leading First Methodist going has never been known to drink
Campus in Jacksonville. Team Florida played Potomac Stars at 7:30 p.m. First Methodist Lonnie Olive Jr. and Lloyd Gilpin Jr. 2-for-3 were Jeff Johnson, Jason water. It all of the moisture it
Team Jacksonville, one of three Valley of Maryland at 8p.m. The plays Air Park and F.B. of Lawtey Polk, Randall Polk, Allen Wood, and needs from get desert roots and herb
Florida teams, beat Nebraska 135-71 semi-finals are tonight (Thursday, plays. Presbyterian at 8:45p.m. FB.Law. 12 Stars 7 Don Roberts.
Tuesday night. Pedro Carter, who June 28). The consolation and championship Thurs., July 5, Air Park plays The First Baptist Church of Leading the Church of God going

has signed with! FCCJ, had five. games are Friday night. First Baptist of Lawtey and Fiiat Lawtey outhit the Stars 17-16 and 2-for-3 was Mike Ronville. 1 1I

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Pave tA TELEGRAPH June 28, 1900

I Antique Gar Wood Classic Boat Will Lead Kingsley Lake July 4 ParadeThe I


"flagship" boat leading the 4th of whose family lived In Starke while his was known, steadily progressed until
July Parade Kingsley Lake will be a company built old Road 13, (now U.S. 1930 when his "Miss America X" topped -
59-year old, all mahogany and brass 301) the first highway connecting a new world's record at 102.258
20foot Gar Wood beauty, now!'ownea Starke with Jacksonville. They also mph. The final and largest "Miss
by James A. Reggie) Flynn and his owned a place on Kingsley Lake, and America X" was powered by'four
wife Debra. the Helen H.,with its famous Gar wood supercharged Packard engines
All other boats entering the parade design and workmanship, was the envyof developing 6,400 horsepower. He
will form behind the "Helen H.'r at the all lake dwellers. started building pleasure boats in the

southwest area of the lake near the Girl After completing the road contract early 1920s, using fine mahogany' and r.- ..... .........
Scout camp at 9:30: a.m. and move here,the Grays returned to Gainesville, oak wood throughout.
around the lake two to Lake It''o\
clockwise and their visits Kingsley .
his Gar Wood
abreast, at a slow pace. All entries are became less and less frequent. Their Mr. Gray purchased ". ,: .
craft In 1931 at a cost of$1,100.Pleasure .
.asked not to move ahead of the lead cottage, as well as the boat, fell Into ..1.-'
boats of this quality today from
boat. disrepair, until in later years the house range '" ",.
$18,000 to $30,000 or more.
Last year's initial parade attracted 50 became the property of Mr. Gray'snephew ... ....
entries, and next Wednesday's event, restorel.;: George Flynn Sr., and was and When Flynn decided to have the boat
starting at 10 a.m., is expected to at- It is now owned Jr. by Mr. put back in mint condition by an expert Stttk, 19.12 19' Dee Wlte runabout with 100 h.p. Lodge engine
KingsleyBoat Mrs. George Flynn
tract even more boats. Lake dwellersare craftsman he was determined to use all
asked to decorate their docks Ten years ago, the boat was given to parts and fittings that were from .
gazebos,and bath houses with flags anai Reggie Flynn by his aunt Helen Davis, original Gar Wood boats. This destroyed by fire. The valuable parts was finally over, Dale Tassell of Mount
bunting in keeping with the patriotic whose name is still emblazoned on its presented quite a challenge due to the became a mass of molten metal in the Dora could finally proceed with his
theme. stern. fact that he had taken some fittings to a ashes of the gun shop. lengthy job of restoration.The boat was
gun shop on West Call Street for The lengthy search for original delivered to the Flynns two years ago,
The lead boat,the Helen H.,was named Gar Wood, the famous boatmaker, parts
for Helen H. Gray (now Davis), and Parade started his career on Lake Superior at replating, the day before Saturday, led to antique dealers around the coun- and they are most pleased to have it
was purchased by her father, L.W. Duluth, Minn. in the early 1900s.! From Sept. 14, 1978. when the entire Lex try, stretching from New York to selected as the lead boat in the second
Gray, a prominent road contractor. speeds of Just over 5 mph, "Gar", as he Green block.of business buildings was California. When the three-year hunt annual Kingsley Lake Boat Parade.

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Top State Officials Ask Floridiansto Riddick on Tri-County LandfillDear

Editor: land filling to putting it on a train and discuss the problems they have with the
Return FormsThree
Census I received some disheartening and hauling it out of the state. The two year regional landfill prior to their filing fora
disappointing news for Bradford Coun- study concluded that landfilling was goIng hearing. Representatives met with
ty taxpayers when I learned that UCAP to be required by DER regardless of the Town of Raiford but they decided to
of the State's top officials, Gov. Gustafson message continued: "1'ne and the Town of Raiford have Joined in what disposal method we chose short of fight us anyway. The UCAP President
Bob Martinez; Bob Crawford, Presidentof Bureau of Census final push for public the administrative complaint filed with sending it to the moon. said he would agree to meet with us
the Senate; and Tom Gustafson, participation will soon I be underway. A the Department of Environmental Armed with this Information, the prior to Joining suit against us but it
Speaker of the House, have issued a joint three-week media blitz will be conductedto Regulation opposing the permitting of Commissioners of Bradford Baker and never materialized. Communicationshave
the Regional Landfill. It was particularly Union Counties began discussing com- broken down.:
appeal to all Floridians to return their
reach those households that were
difficult for me to understandhow bining our to build landfill As
resources one a taxpayer myself, and as an
1990 Census forms, if they have one, or re- somehow missed by the questionnairemailout a group of citizens could organizeand serving all three counties. We were elected official trying to be responsiblefor
quest one immediately and send it in as or the door-to-door enumeration dedicate themselves to fighting contacted by the Department of Correc- our solid waste problems as well as
soon as possible.The phase of the census. pollution and potential health risks suchas tions that they too had an unlined land- our financial problems, I urge and
the locating of State hazardous waste fill located a quarter mile from New plead all the good citizens of UCAP to
message stresses the impact that During the "Were You Counted cam- facilities in Union County, then support River that was under fire by DER.With reconsider your position to fight the
this year's census the only one to be paign the Census Bureau plans to publish having four unlined, polluting, un- the common goal in mind to locate one regional landfill. Not only will it cost
taken between now and the year 2000 questionnaires in newspapers nation- sanitary landfills in Bradford, Baker landfill for the region, accessable to you and every taxpayer a ton of money
and Union County to continue while op- everyone for the least amount of but it will allow four unlined
will have on state, local and federal wide asking the public to fill them out un-
posing a new lined Regional landfill. dollars the
siting process led us to the protected landfills in the three countiesto
governments.An and return to the bureau. Toll-free lines Here are the facts. Four years ago, Ellerbee Curve location on prison landsin continue to pollute for a period that
accurate 1990 census is vitally im- will also be available for those who wishto Bradford County was cited by the Union County. After spending mon- may take two or more years to resolve.
portant because it determines the answer the questionnaire over the Department of Environmental Regula- ths studying the site including doing soil This puts the water supplies of yours
phone.It tion for having a landfill that was not in borings, preparing a hydrogcologicalstudy and other citizens at risk that may cost
Florida will
number of
representatives compliance with new DER regulations.We and
an archaeological study, the thousands to correct, not to mention
have in Congress for this decade. This is not too late to be counted. This were told that we had to stop usingour governor, cabinet and all the state what if someone becomes ill.
fast-growing state is currently suffering campaign provides an excellent oppor- current landfill and construct a new agencies agreed that this was a suitable I know I do not have all the answers
under formulas that allocate federal tunity for the census to achieve a more one that contained a protective liner site for a landfill and deeded 200 acres but after attending hundreds of
beneath and
the landfill drainage pipesto to the New River Solid Waste Associa- meetings and traveling thousands of
funds out-of-date counts that
using complete count of Florida's residents. If collect the leachate (rain water pur- tion. miles, I know that the people of Brad-
overlook our tremendous population you have not yet been counted, don't miss colating through the garbage) that has Last year, the Florida Legislature ford County cannot afford to experi-
growth in the past decade. State and this opportunity.If to be treated. Further we are to install recognized NRSWA as the first regional ment with solutions to our solid waste
federal dollars are also apportioned to monitoring wells around the perimeter approach to solving solid waste problems. We can not spend a million
cities and counties on the basis of popula- you have somehow been missed, or of the landfill to check pollution, installa disposal problems and the only dollars trying something new and different
tion as well as other benefits that affect neglected to return your form earlier in methane gas collection system In- regionalized group to initiate recycling.We as a Duval County might at-
the drive, act now to benefit yourself, stall a storm water management received a $2 million rant to con- tempt. We have to be careful where
our daily lives. community and state by calling system, install scales and keep records struct the regional landfill. With the every dollar is spent and practice the
your your of all solid
incominge waste ,
compact. donated land, the combined
package proven and conservative approach to
"This is"why we are appealing to you the following toll-free number, and' and cover garbage daily, and constructa realized a $1.5 million saving to the tax- disposal solutions.I .
for help, the Martinez-Crawford- ask that form be sent to Class III landfill for construction and
a census you now.Florida's payers and citizens of Bradford County am very proud to have served thepast.four
demolition materials. Full complianceto ..1t'Qq4'W' ...... ,, Commissioner
''; :' LfJLLll 't'P *" '*('' yearsas a County -
these new,rule,was estim"iCed fto just l: 'Jd NOW UIjt r.,yCAP-.andtheTown.of: I'.,I who has worked hard to pull
Weak Gun Control Laws $1.2 mlllion..The solid waste budget for- f, .# $l f fdM'Ve decttted to,fight NRSWA. three counties together to consolidate
1976 for collection and disposal'was.t m an administrative hearing, the legal four landfills into one. I am proud to
I $120,000. Where was all of this money to council and engineer representing have gone before the Governor and
Are Holier Than Swiss CheeseAt come from? NRSWA estimates that Bradford Coun- Cabinet to acquire the land and the

We discovered we were not alone in ty's portion to defend us in court will Legislators to get the$2 million grant to
cost $223,000. NO GRANT MONIES can construct it. It is discouraging to know
the present time, Florida's gun laws Although Pough did not have registered this other dilemma.counties In like fact us,who there agreed were to 12 be spent to defend this case. It can only that taxes may have to go up just to

are as full of holes as a slice of Swiss ownership for the Universal .30-calibre meet on a weekly basis to study and at- come from the TAXPAYERS of Brad-- keep what has been given to us at no
cheese. That is why James Pough, with a semiautomatic rifle and Rohn .38-calibre tack the problem. With a $250,000 grant ford County! Also, where is the money cost.
long police record, was able to have his revolver he used for the Jacksonville from the Legislature,an environmental Town going of to Raif come ord's from to pay UCAP's and Again, I hope the members of UCAP
legal ? The TAX- and Town of Raiford Council will
own mobile arsenal with which to take massacre, he had possession of them engineering consultant firm was hired PAYERS of Bradford and Union Counties sider these facts and withdraw their con-
of dozen innocent people in Florida laws to the Police also and after almost two years of meeting 1
the lives a contrary. Master Plan was adopted that studied petition for an administrative hearing.
Jacksonville during one bloody weekend. found an AP 9mm machine pistol in the every aspect of solid waste disposal The County Commissioners serving Joe Riddick,
weak trunk of his car which he had purchasedfrom from burning, composting, recycling on the NRSWA agreed to meet with County Commissioner,
Although state laws were so UCAP and the Town of Raiford to District IV
would not have prevented Pough from a Jacksonville gun dealer on April

purchasing guns at will, there was a 27.A
Federal law that restricts gun purchasesby new state law passed by the 1989 ses- Letters to the EditorVoters Rotary Installs

anyone convicted of, or pleading guiltyto sion of the Legislature was

a crime that carries a penalty of at into effect this coming October 1, requiring New OfficersAt

least one year in prison. Pough pled guil- all gun dealers to contact the Florida Dissatisfied with Both Parties '
ty in 1971 to aggravated assault. Department of Law Enforcement for a

Florida law requires licensed gun criminal records check on all persons Often Fail to Vote for Either One BanquetNew

dealers to keep records of gun sales, and before selling them a gun. However, due

requires customers to sign a statementthat to difficulty in setting up this system, the Editor. Telegraph officers for the 1990-91 Rotary
have been convicted of a law will not go into effect on the date : fourth party..they might Just decide year were installed Friday night at a
they never specified. Isn't It about time that American "to come in from out of the cold".For if banquet in the Camp Blanding Officers
felony. So what A person who has com- voters at the polls make their own deci- it fails to do so, the USA, like so many Club, attended by some 100 Starke
mitted a felony is apt to be ready, willing, When it becomes .effective it will at sion on what party candidate they wishto countries abroad in the 1990s may start Rotarians, guests and Rotary Anns.

and able to lie that he has not. least give law enforcement officers cast their vote for, other than the seeking new democratic governments Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders, a
something more to work with in tracking age-old "Jackass" party, or the dying"elephant" the(Of the People, By the People, and For former member of the club, served as
Gun dealers not required to make down ? If a national poll were People). installing officer
are criminals something they do not how voters will commending Rotary
background checks to determine if the have now. cast taken their today vote, as in to the next many federal election -, Letters to the editors in the news for its leadership role in community affairs

customer, in fact, is lying, and the gun the grand overall total would be media across the USA might well makea and its participation in the
sale transaction is not checked until a surprising if it exceeded 45 percent. difference. "Don't wait for George to worldwide Polio-Plus program, helping
do it". Let to eliminate this dread disease
Posies at Post your Representatives (if by providing
crime is committed with the weapon. OfficeRoses Yet, how many voters in the USA that's what they are), know how you funds for inoculation of children
might well "come back into the fold" if feel by US Mail, or telephone calls and adults around the globe.
The most blatant loophole of all which are red, violets are blue the candidates were from a third, or .telegrams and/or other public com- Larry Noegel local car dealer, was
makes a farce of the Florida gun laws, is Now we have posies at the postoffice too. even fourth political party.. munications. "Let's see if our govern-- Installed as president for the 1990-91

that the gun purchaser is perfectly free to Perhaps the start of your work day What we Americans have In the Oval ple.ments are truly BY and FOR the Peo year. Other new officers are: Chris

resell his guns on the street to anyone has been brightened, like last week's Office and In Congress for the past ten R.D. (Russ) Evans Anderson treasurer, Secretary and Dolph; Glen Reddish Norman,

who wants to buy. According to a special letter writer, by the bright colored years or so, are there today only Box 669,Starke sergeant-at-arms. E.W. Hodges is the
agent of the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, flower beds that suddenly sprang Into because Americans have given up president-elect for 199192.
hope, and lost interest in our political
Tobacco, and Firearms, "You can buy view at the post office recently. system.Those individuals now in office Parents AdvisedTo Members of the new Board of Direc-

100 or 1,000 guns if you have the money" II so, might be wondering if this are there simply because under the two Take ProblemsTo tors are: Lavern Outlaw, Ken Teal, Pat
and apparently sell them to anyone you the party system, if we do not vote for one Law EnforcementEditor Welch, Roger Jones, Barney
choose. was result of an order from the party, our only alternative, is the other Ruckdeschel, and Tim Thompson.

austere U.S. Postal Service. Not so, the. party when, in reality, we're not Telegraph: Orlan Wells,the retiring president for

Customers buying weapons at a gun flower beds are an In-house project conceived -< satisfied with either In reference to the June 21 article, I '89-90, passed the gavel to Noegel, who

store or pawnshop must show proof of and executed by Postmaster Ford,Carter,Reagan, and now Bush, want to thank you for writing the facts presented Wells with a diamond-
Florida residency, but since state Helen Davis and her staff who "Just got definitely are not FDR material, nor concerning a Bradford County bus studded past president's pin.

employees do not check addresses of per tired of looking at grass and weeds" in .was Hubert. Humphrey, nor Richard driver charging me with battery. Three new Paul Harris Fellows Kent

sons applying for such identificationforms front of the postoffice. So say we aU ... Nixon. Patelle, Ben Holtzendorf, and Tim

investigators of a crime often find and we rush to pay tribute to those who Our two major political parties have I strongly urge parents; who have and Thompson awarded were their presented at-this time
that the address given leads only to a va- deserve the credit for "brightening the brought upon themselves the confusionand similar problems with that driver or
cant lot or an abandoned house. corner where they are". UM disaffection of the American 'any others to go Immediately to the law Wells reviewed the"club's community
enforcement, as handling it through the activities for the
voter. Today, when an election takes past year, and commended
place, the campaign battle is not what school doesn't help until it's too late. the membership for participation
you can do for America: or "Not what in the Polio-Plus drive, the foreign
you can do for the people," but only abattle I'm not appealing the guilty decision, exchange-student program, and the
( personalities and 1 ideologies., as I'm going to take my earthly punisht t SFCC schcdanfclp i program. He said
a.aAD.da"C'O ment. But, then again, I don't believeI'd 'over the year ihe club has established
(. Are we really Interested in lending want to be UunYbus driver on the in- 60 Paul Harris Fellowships with con-
"Utw countries million or billions of dollarsto evitable. Judgement day. tributions of$60,000 to the Rotary Inter
\1 \lJf secure their economy? Or does our ( ) national endowment fund. '

.. own economy come first? Does I V y that the State of Florida has
American charity begin at home, or In more respect for our children's education
C l BOB' G.FERGUSON JOHN M.MILLER South or Central America, Germany, than to rely omits funding through a
Publishers AsIa? lottery -mere gambling.! Please, I urge
If still everybody, let s not take/ the chance in z
110 Publshed each and entered Second Perhaps our present politicos, such land-rich
Thursday on Class Matter at a state we live In. Our
In well after retirement
the Post Office at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. office ( age), children are our future. You only get I
Phone find that In this latter part of the 20th
9646305P.O.Drover what
SublcliDtton Rat.h Trod.M.a. SIl.DO per year.19m rx rnonh W' fed" American you put into them.
A Sfat1
< Florida turn
: e.
omight The Chinese the
dubkle Trade AMa: 117m per v-ar 19.150..nnontt. well away from both developed
political parties and vote for a third or :Deborah L.Wright Starke uo/ of paper about 100 B.C.

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; Engagements. .
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": '. "1 Mary Anne Tillman, Saturday Jury 21. at 7 p.m. in
't'l: Hampton Baptist Church.
,. i Michael StarnesTo The brideelectgraduated from
"> Wed July 7 Hampton Christian Academy. The
bridegroom-elect graduated from
(/ \ t Mary Anne Tillman and Michael Gainesville High School.
Starnes cordially Invited all friends The bride-elect is also the
and relatives to Join them In their daughter of the late George A. Ken-
it! wedding ceremony to be held Saturday nan Sr.Ab .
July! 7, at 4:30 p.m. In the First friends and family of the couple
b., United Methodist Church of Starke.A are cordially Invited to attend. M
reception will follow at the homeof
Eugene Matthews on Kingsley Vicki B. Crews, {

'7" : \ Lake.M*.Tillman Is the daughter of Mr. Manly C. Hinely '

\li M'- and Mrs. John M. Miller of Starke. To Wed June 30
Mr. Starnes Is the son of Mr. and
Vicki Bowman Crews of Lawtey
)t ? .... Mrs. Bob J. Starnes of Sarasota. daughter of Faye H. Bowman andthe 110.:._ ,..- ..1I1IIII! .1 -

Stephanie Kennan late James C. Bowman of Mr. &Mr6. Michael &ssr
Mr.and Mr*.Mark Murray Lawtey and Manly Clifton finely
John Sneed of Starke son of Yvonne Hinely of Sonja Lee Biggs, Michael E. Gissy I

Barbara Ann Smith, Mark Murray To Wed July 21 Starke wedding.The .announce their upcoming
Wed in Outdoor Ceremony
Edith B. Kennan of Waldo an- ceremony will be an event of
2 nounces the engagement and approaching June 30, at 2 in New
Wed in June CeremonyBarbara marriage of her Saturday River Methodist Church.p.m.The churchis Sonja Lee Biggs, daughter of Mr. Laura Thomas Brooks Denise Gissy
daughter Stephanie Jean Kennan of located on County Road 125 8 and Mrs. Bobby Biggs Starke,and Cahoon, Cindy Gissy Merrllees,
Gainesvlle. Michael Edward Cissy son of Mr. Karen Cissy Johnson and Anne
to John Grover Sneed miles west of Lawtey. Pastor John
Ann Smith daughter of embellished with cascadin Stewart. Trainbearer Durga
was of Starke
and William and Mrs. Joseph Gissy
of Mr. Mrs. E.
Fred and Bea Smith of Starke and ruffles. She carried son Yarbrough will perform the nup- Flower Sarah
crystal organza Sneed of Gainesville.The were wed May 28 at 11:30 a.m. in a Singer. girls were
Mark David Murray son of Richard a bouquet of white and pink rose wedding; will be an event of tials. lawn ceremony at the residence of Anassori Megan Biggs and Ashley

and Ruth Murray of Starke were with pink carnations and white 1111U ,......... .... Of ...-....__ .... ..... Jodie and Karen Johnson in Biggs.All of the attendants were attired
united in marriage Saturday June 2, and wedding ivy. Her headpiece w.s - - ----- -- - Gainesville. Minister Mickey Singerof In matching tea-length dressesof
in Starke Church of God. a fingertip illusion veil attached by a Area Parties. Gainesville performed the nup- off-white polished cotton in a
Rev. John P. Spratlin Sr. officiated wreath of white sheer roses wIth tials. mauve floral pattern. The flower
at the 7 p.m. wedding pearls and sequins. The railing at the steps leading to girls and attendants carried mat
ceremony.The A reception was held at the Churl Bridesmaids Luncheon the front yard was entwinded with a ching mixed bouquets of Queen
couple were united in mar- of God Fellowship! Hall following the Michelle Sapp HonoredAt sprengerei[ garland and white bows.A Anne's lace iris, gerbera daisies
riage before a stage centered with ceremony. Bridal Shower Held SaturdayFor white archway, accented with silk carnations daisies, baby's breath
an arch candelabra,flanked by pink Tables were covered with white Janet MontgomeryMiss ivy and fillies, enhanced the beautyof and monticasino.
and white flower baskets on each Rounded linen tablecloths accente Miss Michelle Sapp whose mar- the side entrance to the left into Escorted to the gazebo by her
side. Ficus trees adn Boston ferns with pink bows. Pink and white riage to Jimmy Muse will be an Janet Montgomery was com- the beautiful natural setting of a brother Erie Biggs, the bride wore a
were used as greenery with tree- balloons added a festive touch to the event of July 21, was honored with a plimented at a bridal luncheon garden wedding. white satin gown with a sweetheart
shaped candelabra on each side of Fellowship Hall. The bride's table! kitchen shower Tuesday June 28, Saturday June 16, at the Dexter's White bows marked the pathway neckline on a fitted bodice. The
the stage. Trees with white lights was centered the a 5-tlered wedding given by Mrs. Marion Payne, Mrs. Cafe Gourmet given by Mrs. Robert leading to the beautifully decorated bodice long sleeves and cathedral
were placed in the choir area to com- cake with pink roses accenting. Brad Stevens and Mrs.John Miller Autry Mrs. Arthur Sheddan Mrs. gazebo. length train were adorned with se-
plete this romantic scene. Lighted Precious Moments bride and groom at the home of the latter. Larry Hardin and Mrs. Robert Pat- The aisleway, marking the bridal quins and seed pearls. She carried a
candles were placed one each side of topped the cake. taper Upon her arrival the honoree was terson. party; pathway, was marked with cascade of white bridal spray roses,
the church. The vestibule table helda in three-branched candelabra were presented with a corsage of yellow The tables were covered with pink loral aislemarkers of mixed colors ivy sprlngerie and stephanotis.The .
large arrangement of pink roses placed at either side of the table and carnations centered with a cloths, centered by an arrangementof using gerbera daisies, liatrice, mon- wedding was directed by Mrs.
and carnations with white gladiola surrounded by mints and nuts in miniature rolling pin. After Miss white daisies and pink carnations. ticasino, carnations baby's breath George Roberts, Jr.
with votive candles,feather pen and crystal serving dishes. Cutting and Sapp greeted the included guests;; she openedher Bridal placecards with\ pink roses in and Queen Anne's lace. Food and gift tables at the reception
bride's book. Wedding programswere serving cake were Karen Martin and gifts which an electric heart marked the The white gazebo, were each centered with a large
also placed on this table. Sharon Martin. wok given to her by the hostesses as a seating miniature arrangement for the 12 the natural foliage, was decorate mixed spring bouquet and tiny bud
Organist Barbara Kirkland sup- The punch table with a pink .r- a memento of the occasion. with garlands of sprengerei. white vases of mini carnations springene
plied nuptial music to the accompaniment rangement as a centerpiece with Guests were Invited into the dining guests. bows and eight floral sprays of mix- and monticasino.The .
and Paula offered from two room for refreshments where the flowers bridal table placed
of Marty guests punch ?ink carnation corsages were ed flowers using the same as centered
Rhoden and Billy Harrison and crystal bowls, was attended by Donna table was covered with an ivory cut- the in the aisle markers. Inside the the beautiful trees was
Denise Waddell as soloists. Brantley and Frances McKinne work cloth. Centering the table wasa presented Mrs. David Mo tbgomery gazebo stood a large urn arrange- with a .4-tier basket-weave white
I Dressed in an After-Six tux of light The groom's table was decorate glass punch bowl holding crackedice and mother Erin Du Chunis who directedthe ment of the same type flowers. cake decorated with fresh flowers
grey with matching pink cummer- with a silver candelabra with pink and Cokes. Hot pink and light wedding.The David Cochrane, guitarist; John cascading off the cake to the bottom
bund and bow tie Bill Murray the tapers placed on each side of the I pink carnations and leatherleaf fern Tilton guitarist; and Victor Cole which also had matching greeneryand
best cake with a goU: encircled the punch bowl, and pink of flowers. t
brother served as man. chocolate groom's harpist presented a program nup- '
grooms Ushers were Matthew; Canton,Chris them 4.bt'1SiY.eatt td"Siyetevarious {: bow I, tapers in silver candle holders were'* honoree presented personal 4ial musior. The.groom's cape to the right of I'' '
Simmons/and Ed! Douglas,all dreamed f!' chocolate and nuts.serving -'." ,placed on either Hide'of the bawL1 gifts to her "altetKtarits durieig'the Jim Gissy"'served his brother as the bridal table was a chocolate
in an attire to match the best' at the groom's table were April I Assisting in serving the guests luncheon. They also presented Miss best man and groomsmen were Lon- cake also decorated with fresh mixed
man. Ring Bearer was Justin Murray Taylor and Jennifer Bennett. were Miss Nicole Stevens. Among Montgomery with a crystal bowl as nie Cahoon, Erie Biggs Phil Brown flowers of the bride's choice.
nephew of the groom. The food table at the receptlo I those attending were the honoree'smother a memento of the occasion. Timothy Gissy and Donald Gissy. Following a wedding coup the
Attending the bride as her maidsof held various types of finger food, Mrs. Carolyn Sapp Hazel\and her Sarah Biggs attended the bride as Smoky Mountains the will
honor were Esther A. Martin and vegetables and fruit. Centering the I fiance's mother Mrs. Muse. maid of honor. Bridesmaids were reside in-Orlando.' ---

Suzanne gowns designed Sapp. They by were"Bernelle"dressed. in A and table white was helium an arrangement balloons. of pin ........ ... ers.er..ar'e+.-......;...;....._..s.-...-...-..._...T.............,..., .. .. .. .. ..... .....................-...........*,/.oI\..".........,i -"\,\

floor-length gown of pink taffeta The couple's gift table wal I GIVE A i) 1
with lace overlay including a fitted centered with a pink heart-shape I WE WILL BE GLAD TO QUOTE "
which extended to a full skirt arrangement with pink bird seed I
bodice l ;
of taffeta, accented with a lace bow 'bags on one side, attended by Tin: ON ANY OFFICE PRODUCT NEEDED j 'f 8 I
at the back. Their headdresses con- Spratlin.Marty.
sisted of sheer pink roses Rhoden director of the i I
highlighted by pearls and sequins attached wedding greeted guests at the dooi '
comb placed on the right Kim Hosier kept the bride's boo) if beat it! qty
side of their to a hair. They carried bou- Assisting the aisle runner was the; Get the best price you can, let us see we can .s.. -- /

quets of light and dark pink roses bride's uncle, Okey L. Jones. FREE DELIVERY EFFICIENT, FRIENDLY SERVICE ate ,.aak.;
with white roses accenting. Also in Following a wedding trip I t I ----- .. -
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Melinda Powell. Their gownsil in Starke. : LEGAL PADS RING .
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Hampton Church News 'Upcoming Event their fish fry and crab boil which Chanda Pad Jett Honored at Party
also will be held .
'Summer Fest' Set at the Royal home. ,...
Hilites. Saturday morning, the family will ed her
Ms: Chanda many lovely gifts.
Padgett whose marriage
For June 30 Royal Family meet at Clark Cemetery at 9 a.m. Decorations of balloons, fresh
to John Stanwix-Hay
will be
Announcing Arrival of... Reunion Set Saturday night will be the banquet at an fern, and
First event of poms were
Assembly of God, Starke. 6:30: Saturday July 28 was
John and Karen Meng of Savan- will be having a' Festival June 28-July 1 p.m.at followed by a disco at 9 honored at a miscellaneous bridal throughout the dining room and
nah, Ga. are the happy parents of a on June 30. The festival will begin at p.m.Lawtl'Y.SUnday. Kelly's Night Limit In shower Saturday, June 9, from 2-4 patio. Corsages were presented to
baby daughter, Caroline Nicole. She 9 a.m. and go until 5 p.m. Plans are "We Are Family". p.m. at the home Mrs. Shirley the honoree'ber; mother,Ms. Bonnie
was born June 21, at St. Joseph's Hospital Savannah Reunion will be held June 28 through Calvary Church at 11 hostesses Mrs. Peggy Stanwix-Hay.
weighing 7 bs. everyone in the family. were Mrs. Linda Hicks,
II ox. and measuring 20 Inches. The following activities are planned July 1.The. nual Following the services held'the an- Mrs Denise Moore, Mrs. Lucille Among the 40 guests attending
Caroline joins her six year old sister, : flea market games for children, reunion will kick off Thursday Royal family picnic will be at the Ricks, and Mrs. Jean Shuford. were Chanda's grandmother, Mrs.
Stephanie. I baked goods, hotdogs, puppet show, night,June 28,with a get-acquainted An Invtuuon family home Mrs. Lucille Ricks greeted guestsat Lucia Thomas, and the groom's
Paternal grandparents are Paul and many other things. Join and enjoy night at the Royal family estate on U extended to all the door and Invited them into the grandmothers Mrs.:' Ruth Shan-
and Ruth Estelle Street. Friday night will be family and frleivts to attend any of barger, and Mrs. Ethel Stanwix-
Meng of Hampton Lake. j the fun Saturday, June 30. the above) acllviUea. living room where the honoree open- Hav
Maternal grandparents Steve &
are -- ----
and Nelma Lamb of Waldo. Maternal
great grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. M.F. Lamb of New Brockton USDA Choice Beef
Alabama and Nettle Fennell of
Jasper, Florida. 88

Lynn Marie Spell I II $

Steven and Mary Spell of Ewa : 1 FULL CUT
Beach, Hawaii, proudly announce _
the birth of their baby girl Lynn e ._____
Marie. She was born at Tripler '
General Hospital, on June 22,
weighing Inches. 8 Ibs 4 oz.and measured 21 r BONELESSROUND.

Paternal grandparents are Henry _
and Judy Spell of Hampton. Pater-
nal great grandparents are Viola .... _
Lefebvre of Hampton and Margaret
Bamberg of Valdosta, Ga. Lb.S. .
Maternal grandmother is Mary
Lindsey of Corpus ChrIsti!, Texas. The Other White Mean

Brian Peter Brown _ _ _
(This Is a corrected announce- 2S 28 27 21 29 30
ment from the June 21 Issue of the
Telegraph.) Pete and Monica Jesserof / TEA 1
Valley Falls, N.Y. announce the Prices In this ad good Monda .
birth of their son, Brian Peter .June 25 thru Sunday, July 1, 1990.:
Jesser born May 31,weighing 8 Ibs.

oz.Paternal nss
grandparents Mr. '
and Mrs. Bob Jesser of New C L'AIaRe (:

parents Rochelle are, N.J.Mr. Maternal and Mrs. Lamar grand- fkIi :

Brown of Jacksonville. Maternal Pride .
great grandparents are Mr. and Uf21R; __
Mrs. Kenneth Brown and Mrs. Flor-
rie Belle Brown of Hampton. ET

Visitors.... ("fiE4BA AENDERS
Mrs. Lois Somerville of Cedar
Rapids Iowa arrived June 14 for a
two week visit with her son and
daughter-in-law Chuck and Judy
Somerville, in Waldo. She also spent S .
some time with Lawrence and
Teresa Meng of Hampton Lake.
Mrs. Wilmajean Terry has return- '
ed home following a two week visit Sweet
with relatives in Columbus, Ohio.Announcing. .


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Todd A. and Sandy M. Schmidt of Recipe & Extra Mild
Starke announce the birth of their U
daughter, Samantha Lynne born
June IS in Alachua General Hospitalin JIMMY DEAN California

Maternal Gainesville.grandparents are $ 29
Charles D. and Lois R. McCulloughof pRIME.ROLL
Keystone Heights. Maternal great NECTARINES
grandmother is Mildred Glisson of ,
Keystone Heights. ThepnmenbofK
Paternal grandparents are Dr. Each
John G. and Verna D. Schmidt of Prime\ Boneless t
Starke. Paternal great grand- 1 Chefs ". A ,) -'10
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CASE NO:90-M-CP $ 09
File No.: 1-4186 1 1
IN RE: Th. Estate of pk en -
Dc.asd j
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO I Pkg. of 12-12 Oz. Cans-DletAmerica's 0
All PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Cut Boneless Center Coke, Caffeine Free Diet 59 3 9
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Pork i Chops. .. .. Lb. '3.58 Coke, Coke Classic.. .. 2.99 $4
THE ESTATE: / Sprite, Diet Sprit .. 3.29
administration of th* estate of DWITT Lb.SAVE
C.PADGETT,dee_.*... I I.pending In the .
obov-captlond Court, the address oi
which It Post Office Box B. Stork, 1 1 1 1 noc4.
Florida 32091. The personal representative -
) of the..ta1.li ROSA L.PADGETT
who.. addr.. I Ie Rout 2, Box 2768,
Stark. Florida 32091.The name and address
of the personal) rprsntatlv's =::-- Oz. .
Regular Chips/6.5 Oz. Lt. Salted
attorney..r.st forth below. 756 Chips/7 Oz. Puffed Cheez Doodles 12 Oz.: Frozen Regular or Pink 7 Oz. Chicken & Turkey"
All persons having claims or dmands 7 Food Lion Ozark Valley
Crunchy Cheez
when 14 Doodles
you buy oz.
against estate or. required WITHIN I
file with the Clerk of the above court a l27 / :
written statement of any claim or demand :::. Etc. I I
they may hov. Each claim must 4.. -w eelltieJ Q 99 c 2/99 j o 399HOa / 10

b.for In the writing claim and the must name Indicate and address the basis of .IfIIPI li I J fpafcSs ,

the creditor or his agent or attorney,and :Mi. =:.': ,_-- 4j __
the amount claimed. If the claim Is not _
yet due, the date when it will become

due shall or be unliquidated stated. If the the claim nature Is contingent of 15.25 Oz.Del Monte In Juice 3 Cola/Fruit Punch/ 10 Oz. Baked Cheese Curls

the uncertainty hall be slated. If the Chunk/Spears/Sliced/Crushed/Tidbits OrangeGrapeKIST 11 Oz. '- Fried Cheese Curls & 24 Oz., ? Sealtest
claim' Is secured, the security shall be Torilla Chips '
described. The claimant shall dellvi PINEAPPLE DRINKS 15 Oz. roc COTTAGE CHEESE
sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto FOOD
enable the clerk to mail one copy to

each personal persons Interested representative.All In the. estate whom a copy of the Notice of Administration 1M
ha been mailed are required
OF THIS NOTICE, to file any objections __ _
they may hove that challenge the validity
of the decedent's will the qualifications 22 Oz. 40 Off Dawn 4 Pk. White/Assorted. Scott 200 ft. White/Pastel Scott

the venue of the or personal Jurisdiction' representative of the court., or DISH DETERGENT TOILET TISSUE FACIAL TISSUE '


BARKED.Dot* of the first publication of this t119 $209
Notice of Administration: 28 Ju.... 1990.

Personal ROSA Representative L.PADGETT, G ;

I 3 Of the Estate of )
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934 North Temple Avenue' LiIJ
Post Office Box 99S. .'

Starke.((904)964-6090 Florida 32091 iJ III I '

Florida Bar No. 144623 _
Attorney for Personal Village Stopping C
Representative Control No.511 _



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28.1990 TELEOKAIMI "a It.. t.\

mentioned action: I will a.lllh. NOTICE INTENTIONTO
6/21 No. 508 described as: NOTICE OF SALE FICTITIOUS NAME ,
4tchg 7/12, Cont.
[Legal Notices COMMENCE at the Northwest corner Notice I I. hereby given that, pursuant Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida :
] -- oj Jaylhwest Qugrt.r, (SEJ/ U of Northwest to an order or a final {judgement of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTIONBe Quarter (NW1/4)), Section 17, foreclosure entered In the abovementioned undersigned. Wayne Friar Rt. 8 Box

Township 6 South, Range 22' East, and action I will sell the property 1089 live Oak Fl 32060 sole owner,
btSTA'ia ". :v- It known that I, Jim Smith.Secr.'ary run East 1043.5 feet to Westerly line of situated In Bradford County, Florida, doing business under the firm name of
UNITED STATES COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF of State of the State of Florida, S.R:No. 16, thence run In a Southeasterly described as: WAYNE FRIER'S HOME CENTER Rt. 5 Box I
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA DUVAl COUNTY, FLORIDA do hereby give notice that a GENERAL direction along said Westerly line of Parcel One: Lot 5 of Block 1 of 7994, Hwy 301 North Starke. Florida
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION CASE NO. 88-1CM95-CA, Dlv. CV-K ELECTION will be held In Bradford County S.R. No. 16.330 feet for Point of Beginning Highway Addition to Starke AND lot 1 of 32091 Intends to register said fictitious
CASE NO.:90-348.CIV.J-16 ITT State of the South feet of East 146 the aforesaid statute.Uoted .
COMMERCIAL FINANCE Florida, on first Tuesday thence continue In a Southeasterly Block E EXCEPT 10 name under
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CORPORATION, a corporation after the first Monday In November direction along said Westerly line of S.R. feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 this 13th day of June, A.D.,

Plaintiff Plaintiff A.D., 1990, the sold Tuesday being the No. 16 185 feet, thence West 264 feet, feet: and Lot between Block B and E, 1990, In Bradford County.
v. v*. SIXTH day of NOVEMBER, to fill or retain EXCEPT 84 feet: and Lot 2 of Block E, EXCEPT 6214lpd712ADVERTISEMENT
thence In a Northwesterly direction
RANDALL E. YON; LINDA J. YON; THE TRUMBLE COMPANY the following offices: parallel with S.R. No. 16 185 feet, 146 feet, and North 2 feet of Lot 3, -
and CYNTHIA' E. YON n/k/a CYNTHIA a corporation el al Representative In Congress for the thence East 264 feet to Point of Beginning Block E, EXCEPT East 146 feet a* plat of

ELAINE WARFEL, Defendant 2nd Congressional Districts( ). and lying In SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Section N.J. Jones Addition to the Town 01Slork. FOR APPLICATIONS
Governor and Lieutenant Governor ..
D.I.ndants.ORDER 17, Township 6 South Range 22 East
OF SERVICEBY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. Kenneth Secretary of State and all West of S.R. No. 16. Parcel Two: Situated at 321 Clark Applications for COURT-APPOINTED
PUBLICATION Etherldge. Sheriff of Bradford Attorney General at public sale, to the highest bidder Street, Stqrke: Florida and described a* SPECIAL PUBLIC DEFENDERS are now being .
This cauie cam* to be heard upor County Florida under and by virtue of a State ComptrollerState for cash In the lobby of the Bradford follow: The lots, parcel and piece of accepted by the Eighth Judicial Circuit
Plaintiff' Motion for Ord.r of Service by Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out Treasurer County Courthouse, in Stark Florida land situated In the County of Bradford of Florida.

Publication, and It appearing that this of the above.entitled Court In the Commissioner of Education at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of July, State of Florida known and described as Any Individual member of the Florida
action hat been brought for the enforcement above-styl.d cause, have levied upon Commissioner of Agriculture follows: to-wlt: East 84 feet of Lot 1, Bar, In good standing, may register his
of a Hen against real property the following property situate, lying Retention of Two Justices of the 1990.Witness my hand and official seal 1 this Block E as per map or plat of N.J. Jones' avallabllllty for the acceptance of
situated In Bradford County within the and being In Bradford County Florida Florida Supreme Court: Leander J. Shaw 13th day of June 1990. Addition a* recorded In Deed Book Not special assignments to represent In all
Middle District of Florida and described to-wlt. and Raymond Ehrlich RAY NORMAN Page 379 of the current public record of criminal cases Indigent adults and

a* follow: A parcel of land situated In the South Retention of District Court of Appeals Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County, Florida. ALSO beginning juvenile defendants before the circuit
Lot 6, Block D, Dalewood Subdivision One Half of the Northeast On. Quarterof Judges, 1st DCA 4 Judges By: Carol Williams at NE corner of cold Lot 1 Block E and and county courts In and for Union County
at p.r plat thereof recorded In Plat Book Section 13, Township 8 South Range Circuit Court Judges( ). 8th Circuit Deputy Clerk run Northerly and parallel with Clark Florida. Such person shall be listed

3, Page 8. Section 21, Township 6 South, 22 East Bradford County, Florida: laid Groups( ) ".8 and 9. 6/21 2tchg 6/28; Cont. No. 503 Street 52.5 feet more or less to South and referred to as special assistant
Range 22 Eat Bradford County Florida. parcel being more particularly County Court Judges( ), Groups) 1 side of Block B of N.J. Jones' Addition, public defenders and shall be compensated .

and It further appearing that Defendant described a* follows Stale Attorney: 8th Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH thence run Westerly along South side of at the following rates, as providedby

Randall E. Yon Linda J. Yon, and Commence at a concrete monument ot Public Defend.r: none JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR said Block B, a distance of 84 feet Administrative Order 1020A:
Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine the Northeast corner of Smokerlie, a State Senators), Districts) none BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA thence run Southerly parallel with Clark Misdemeanor and non-capital felony

Warf el cannot be served within the State subdivision a. recorded In Plat Book 3, Members) of the House of Representatives CASE NO: 89.582.CA Street a distance of 52.5 feet more or cases shall be at the rate of $50 per hour
of Florida; that It I I. not practicable to page 33 of the public record of Bradford Districts) 13 and 21 COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE less to North edge of said Lot 1 of BlockE out-of-court, and $60 per hour In-court.
.erve them personally for the County Florida, and run S 80"44'37" W. Board of County Commissioners, Plaintiff thence run Easterly along the North Capital felony cases shall be at the rate
whereabout or retidence of laid Defendant along the Northerly line of said District) 2 and 4 v.. side of told Lot 1 of Block E a distance of of $79 per hour In-or out-of court. Costs

.are unknown and Defendant Randall Smokerlse 342.98 feet to the Westerly Member of the School Board, GENE B. VANZANT NORMA J. VAN- 84 feet to point of beginning all being In and expenses shall be reimbursed subject .
E. Yon, Linda J. Yon and Cynthia E. right of way line of a 66 foot rood, Districts) 1.2 and 5 ZANT SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 28, Township 6 to certain limitations.

Yon n/k/a Cynthia Elaine Warfel have thence run S 61>40'3I" W, along said Bradford Soil and Water Conservation BERYL E. BLEWETT BOB WRIGHT HOUSING South Range 22 East. Interested attorneys may obtain application
not voluntarily appeared herein; It I* Westerly right of way line 1616.191110 District Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. ,Parcel Three: All of Lot Six and the Information by writing or calling
JIM SMITH South 50 feet of Lot Seven of Block One.
the of line of 66 :
therefore Northerly right way a CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE
ORDERED a* follow: foot county road, thence run North55'Ol'41" Secretary of State INC. of HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of Eighth Judicial Circuit Conflicts Con-
6/21 2tchg 6/28:Cent No. 494 Stark., according to the plot thereof mlttee
W. along said Northerly right
1. Defendant Randall E. Yon Linda J. and CITY OF STARKE
of the Clerk of the
the office
recorded In
c/o Court Administrator' Office
Yon and Cynthia E. Yon n/k/a Cynthia of way line 549.61 feet; thence run Northwesterly Defendant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Circuit Court of Bradford County, 201 East
sold of University Av.nueGoln..vlll.
Elaine Warfel hall appear In this cause along Northerly right NOTICE OF SALE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Florida. In Plat Book No. 2, page 16. ., FL 32601
and plead to the complaint filed herein way line with a curve concave Northeasterly Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto
FLORIDA ot public tale, to the highest bidder
before 23 said curve having a central order final of ((904)) 3743648.
on or June 1990 or In default an or a judgement Bradford
thereof the Court hall proceed to angle of 25'19", a radius of 8495.78 CASE NO: 89. 81-CA foreclosure entered In the abovementioned for cash In the lobby of the Applications must be received no later

judgement In this cause to the extent feet, an arc length of 62.56 feet, and a COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE, action. I will sell the property County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida, than 5:00: p.m., July 10. 1990.
Plaintiff at 11:00 a.m., on the 23rd day of August, Clerk
chord and distance of N Ray
provided for by Section 16SS Title 28, bearing situated In Bradford County Florida
United State Code, a* If told Defendants 544902" W, 62.561..t to the Westerly vs. described as: 1990.WITNESS Board County Commissioners
hand and official seal this
JAMES E. TUCKER and THE PERRY C. my Bradford Florida
of line of road and
right the SW
had been cerved with process way a county COMMENCING at NE corner
MCGRIFF COMPANY INC.. 13th day of June, 1990. 6/28, Cont. No. 510
the of thence Northwesterly South Itchg
within the State ol Florida. point beginning run 1/4 of Section 3. Township 7 RAY NORMAN
along said Northerly right of Defendants. and South 400.2 feet P.O. Number 4077
22 East
2. This order be published In anewspaper Range run Clerk of the Circuit Court
of general circulation In way line with a curve concave Northeasterly NOTICE OF SALE for POB thence continue South 228.8 '
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant By: Carol Williams TO: ALL CITIZENS. TAXPAYERSAND
Bradford County. Florida not less than told curve having a central feet, thence W..1116.61.lo East ROW Clerk
once each week for six consecutive angle of 0228'15', a radius of 849578 to an order or a final judgement of line of State Highway No. 100 thence In Deputy OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS
Fred H. Kent. III
the abovementioned
week to the return date feet, an arc length of 366.37 feet and a foreclosure entered In a NW'ly direction along said ROW of said
prior Florida,Bar No. 327042
action I will sell the property NOTICE OF APPEAL
herelnabove chord bearing and distance of N State Highway No 100 190 feet, thence
AND designated.DONE ORDERED at Jacksonville, 5322'16" W, 366.35 feet to the West line situated In Bradford County, Florida East 195 feet to POB. all of said land lying Kent Ridge A Crawford The City of Stork Board of Adjustment -
Water Street, Suit. 900
Florida this tit of 1990. of the NE 1/4, thence run N 00*19'08"W, described as: In SE corner of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of will hold a Special called meeting
day May :The South 4 acres of the W 1/2 of the Jacksonville, Florida 32202 concerning the appeal filed by the CityCommissioners
UNITED STATES along said West line of the NE 1/4 adistance NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 said Section,
MAGISTRATE of 20.19 feet to the Southwest NW 1/4 of SE 1/4, In Section 16. Township and Range. ((904)) 358-1000 of Starke and Terence
Harvey E. Schletlnger Township 6 South Range 22 East. EXCEPT Attorney for Plaintiff 6/21 2tchg 6/28 M. Brown protesting a crematory being
corner of the J. Tannls Lot 01 describedIn at public tale, to the highest
3/1 T6tchg 6/28, Cant. No.47VNOTICE thereof lying within public Control No. 505 allowed on Lots 21 and 22. EnterprisePark
O.R. Book 16 page 135 of the public any for cash In the lobby of the Bradford
records of Bradford County Florida; road ROW. County Courthouse, in Starke, Florida of Stork, Florida zoned 11. light
thence run N 895426' E, along the at public sale, to the highest bidder at 11:00: a.m. on the 6th day of July Industrial on July 19, 1990. 7:30 p.m.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY MADE to all those South line of said Tanni lot 208.72 feet for cash In the lobby of the Bradford Starke City Hall.

concerned and affected that to a concrete monument; thence run N County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida 1990.Witness my hand and official seal this Each and every person having any Interest

UTILITY SERVICE OF GAINESVILLE INC.: 00*19'08" W, along the East line of sold at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of July 13th day of June 1990. Church of God of ,Inc. whatever In this appeal should
1360 NW S3rd Avenue Tannl Lot 157.57 feet to a concrete 1990. RAY NORMAN Prophet appear and be heard at the time and
Gainesville FL 32606 monument on the South line of Witness my hand and official ..allhla Clerk of the Circuit Court 2138 N. place prescribed.

((904)) 371.1511 Roosevelt Street ai shown on "The 13th day of Jun., 1990. By: Carol Williams Pastor W.T Laney Darrell O'Neal

I* performing STATE PROJECT NO. Haven" as p.r plat thereof recorded In RAY NORMAN Deputy Clerk 964-771 Zoning Administrator
DC-87028012 DUMPING AND Plat Book 2. page 25 of the public Clerk of the Circuit Court 6/21 2tchg 6/28; Cont. No. 504 ,S ....d' I'II.V.I! ; ,- ("" Itchg6/28.; PO No. 3749

TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. CORRECTIONOF records of Bradford County Florida; By:Carol Williams, -' Sun Jay..... ...10 am *t pm :
WATER SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES, thence._ N.88 4'24::, E, along the Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Tuee. ...............12 Noon 4
LAWTEY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION. South line rurj.of -said, Roosevelt Street, 1gj., ...3? 6jjt 2tchg 6/28!.Cont.No. 502 __ ..JUDICIALjCmCUItlNANDFORBRADFORD Wed..._.............J30 pm ,., .
BRADFORD COupI>tI.FLORIDA. :': tM"I of ':""' -" u COUNTY. FLORIDA Thnra..,....>.......J2 Noon
labor, material $b'feaCto9V.* } right way ', IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Fri. .. . .. .. .730 pmSTARKE Come Worship With Us
All Parties furnishing line of a'county road, thence rurf''S CIVIL ACTION NO: 89 383 CA ,
and/or equipment to told project are to 11'12'15"W. along laid Westerly right of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

provide notice of such In writing by certified way line 408.61 feet to the point of BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA corporation,
mall to the Division of Building beginning CASE NO 90-27-CA Plaintiff Comer of Pratt and ChristianSun.
Construction Department as the property of thw abwve named v*. School 9:45 am
., 2737 Center/lew Drive, Knight Defendants, and that on the 23rd day of Plaintiff ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., The Unknown 422 N.St.data a M4-M4S Sun. Morning Worsru p" 00 am

Building Suite 300 Tallahassee, Florida July 1990 Monday at twa-o'clock on vs.WAYNE Heirs Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Pastor Enid PtoaraniWa j Sun. Service /.OO
32399.0950, within twenty ((20)) calendar laid day on the premises of the Bradfc L. ALLDREDGE and CITY Llenors, Creditors, Trustees, or Other Invite to wonMp with u* I Evening : pm
you Wed. Service
day of first providing such labor, County Sheriff Office I will offer for CF STARKE Claimants claiming by through underor Attended Nursery Night 7.00pm

material and/or equipment. sale and sell to the highest bidder for !>. rendants.NOTICE OF SALE against ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. whoIs Sunday School ______ 10 sm Pastor Ronald Hannah

6143tchg628Control cash In hand the above-described property that not known lobe dead or alive: BAILEY Morning Worship ._____.__. 11 eat Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
pursuantto -
No. 500 a.h. of the said Defendants Notice Is hereby given ADVERTISING, ELZIE S. SANDERS and
property Service .._ 4pmWednesd
Sale will an order or a final judgement of SANDRA P. SANDERS. hit wife; and Evening -- Tht Blood.The Book.Blessed
to satisfy said Execution. the above- w Youth ._______. 730pm Proclaiming Hope
foreclosure entered In
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103 eyeglass. e 964-8588 9647783Jones DENMARK FURNITURE Timber Co.

Funeral Home It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. P.O.Box207

DOUGLAS BATTERY OF Distinguised, Caring Service 1 x better at Denmark'sr Starke

STARKE Over 50 Years
For 964-6871
We rebuild starters,alternators Steve and Cindy Futch i 434 W Call 964-5827
Generators 964-6200 .
A_.* .07 N Temple 9647911MITCHELL'S Keystone Net hts 47M176 Lamp of Jesus Ministries TULLER.

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964-660a l Worship every .HWY3OtN. .Prin1nseOffIceSuWU" HWY l01 N MHU1..M6-IIS1
24 Hit wreckerServJce: ) at the church of your chott* 96436 I 113 E. Call St. 964-8925

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BANK M Iht right ftnit f"ditto 206 W. Madison 4 US 301 CORPORATION (WIruvDbde Shopping C n r) 4c Family Car* Center!

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P"aeR'\ TKI.KCiKAIMI JuneZII.1911Ow

Legal Notices .

Sealed bids will b. received In the SUMHERPIE
Small Conference Room of the Slot of _
Florida Department of Traniportatlon SA LSE
DI.trlclOfflce, 1901 South Marlon Street, _
Lake City, Florida, until 10:30 a.m.:(local
time) on July II, 1990, for the followingwork.
Proposal forms will not b* Issued
time alter).July 10, 1990, 10:30: a.mv (local TEXAS OR LIGHT DARK ALCOHOL FREE 12-12OZ.CANS 3 79 DELACOUR

Alachua' and Bradford Counties i'I> IMPORTED12 OZ. BRANDY
Slat Job Number 26906.9027 and 'I' ( r SOL MEXICO NR Ins. 3 eIZlldJ 49
289069007. Work convicts,of removing ITTiCJ4 R '
1 find replacing refleclve\| pavement l 'HH) RED SJUPE SS5 R., .28 TLB. 4.99 5 99
markers on various State/ Roads. (WPI ; .. ( 750 Iwo
No:.261051 and 26l018BControcl)( No. -
E-2410)D)( -FundsApprox.)( 45 calendar "'. RED, WHITE & BLUE 24-12 C L 6.49
days). NOTE: A pre-bld conference will YlnD CANS
be held on this |lob on July 3, 1990, at DAY THE KEYS KIHS SIZE '
10:00: a.m. In the Gainesville 7 : x,
Maintenance Yard Conference Room SALE ,'I A TWO LITE. f 1 e r'r
located at 1805 N.E. 23rd Avenue. k
NOTE: On these projects final' execu "
lion of the contract contingent upon on S. / III'! PACKS I i9
approved Legislative budget and funds I 1

availability Wogo rotes: Pursuant to the. Fair Labor I I I 1 1O99100 = 999 f PACK CARTON
Standard Act the minimum wage rates
should be observed for the projects Included / 1 24-12 OZ.CANS '
minimum wage rate increased on April I,( $1.00 OFF
1. 1990 to $3.80 an hour. r
l '
The State of Florida Department of I 1' r 1 1 1 / I 1 :
Transportation, in accordance with the : ::
Provisions of Title VI of the Civil RightsAct .
of 1964 ((78 Slat. 252))and the Regulations J = Seagram's BURN f RPNRiCO HOLLAND BEER
of the Deportment of Commerce J&B GIN TMCOER '
((150 C.F.R., Part 8)) Issued pursuant to Ii. Gin L R.UM 3.99EALE
such Act, hereby notifies all bidders thatit SCOTCH REGAL r +.TS 12.9 SALE GOLD OR WHITE smTOIWHISIY1.00' :'ll'.J:"
will affirmatively Insure that In any LTR. i rJiNtlllq!
contract entered Into pursuant to this :2 :: Li.OOAfM1t I 161- ( I'tii99' WITH THII

advertisement will be ,afforded minority full business opportunity enterprises i 1199 750 ML 359 irn. i)I It::. 1 1399 1 O.99::An i I 1299. 999 & 6-PK II ris.

to submit bids In response to this Invitation CS, OF 12. 143 18 CS. OF 6- $21 594 ( __: CS. OF 6 .$82.95 co. OF 8.$76.95 CS. OF 6 $77.94Stolichnaya CS. OF'119.88. MDUMASU.T mOISTM
and will not be discriminated WITH THIS CUT-OUT)
agalnit on the grounds of race, color or Clan .. ,,,,,PORT[O COUPON FOR

award.national' origin In consideration for an MacGregor Z& lf) vu' &- BOMBAY 80 VODKA MEXIIl1Nl1: $" .DD OFF

All work Is to be done In accordancewith SCOTCH SCOTCH GIN pRYiHN 750 10.99 SALE TEQUILA .
the Project Plans, Specificationsand ML V c4t Nfft.KUTE. WHITE
Special Provisions of the State of 99 Iii ON THE PURCHASE OF GROLSCH
Florida of 1440 249 LAGER BEER.
Department Transportation :r. 999 9.49' AFTER 1199
Orders for these documents should be TsTTSOML '' -" iTn. I Ik RBATI CONSUMER Olfsrooodononsih-pK::: *
ol Gralwh Premium
directed to: CS. OF 8 $86.94 CS. OF 12.$119.88 CS.OF 8.$149.94 CS.OF 12-$119.88 R CS. OF 131.88 CS. OF 6.$71.94' I Un*om"prc lmnM M ld only to
Mr. B. D. Bunn, District Contracts Administrator II) HoMs nUMnn of legal olrHong spa
Florida Department ofTransportation Johnnie GOR SeQorom S FINLANDIA EXPIRATION DATE:WLY 3,1998 '
Post Office Box 1089, B t ton's''s ,
Lake City, Florida 320561089. Telephone i _.. a. l WINECOOL.J{ VODKA
((904)) 752-3300, Ext. 203The Walker ITS 12.99 SUE Gin.ILr 75010.99sALI
right Is reserved to rwject any or SCOTCH tttt "" ,. t,
-2.00 fa. _
all bids. ?ro 290 .ML 3.00!::.. E E t
STATE OF FLORIDA 24 14 : 799

DISTRICT SECRETARY.,MILLER DIST. TWO JR. CS. OF 6 $149.94CanaMan CS. OF 8.589.94 CS. OF-$77.94 CS OF 12.$95.50 CS OF 24.$17.94 CS. OF 12-$131.88 69

.. 1 tchg 6/28: Cant. No. 509 1 I I 1 I I 1 i i I i:1 I I i I 6-P It. CA01isw
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Suwannee River Water Manage. ... &. &II
ment District announces that Is Is requesting CANADIAN x y 4 RUM BLACK LABEL BLEND IREM/UM/ TEEN A f

J Casually proposals and Health for Property Insurance and _! 11 99. 129 1CF* 942 "U99 1.1 I A AA7RICE"t'

coverages for a three year period com LTR. LTR. r,1,1, LTtI. _750 MIL s. 1lOL

coverages mencing will October Include 1,, but 1990.will not These be CS. OF 6. $70.95 CASE OF 8-$77.94 CS. OF 8 $64.74 CS. OF 8 $58.94 CSOfI2.: $131.88 cs: OF 8.$68.95 -- ii.P ANI

limited to Comprehensive General i
Liability, Automobile Liability, Electronic Canadian @mm ABSOLUT fLEISCHMANNt ; dIM CALVERT
Data Processing' Equipment, Workers Mist RED

Compensation INSTRUCTIONS, and Detailed Health. Insurance 17512.99 SALE u ot 80 VODKA VODKA BRUJr EXTRA WHITERFAll

from Proposal, and Specifications Proposals must may be be mailed obtained to: p LTR2.00 OSSATE: I 1199 Ir"", f ,KBLUE & BLUE
I lTTcjo AFTER' 1349 990 I- 1399 139 c suns
Barbara Peaden, Contracts Administrator ,I REBATE I ML I x. '

Suwannee River Water ManagementDistrict CS. OF 6.$77.94 CS. OF 159.95 \ CS. OF 143.88 CS OF 8. S59.94 -' CS.OF6.$81.50 CS. OF I.$77.95 24CS ws

Route 3, Box 64 : CANADIAN Smimoff VI KIN Seagrams:
Live Oak, FL 32060 PREMIUM 86.8 TCtotonSeagram's A
((904)) 362.1001 V.O. TliEPREMIUMISINTHE 30 VODKA FJORD J ff'lmfj\tVT
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assure the uniformity of supplementaland :
clarifying Information that Is provided 799 1349 t; 99 :9il esa
to respondents, a respondents con- is Ml i LTR.T.T. .os.Atal 899 >a 10.99 Af1El 1249 f
q.Y. i
ference has been scheduled for 10:00 UMTC
a.m.. July 5, 1990, at the District Headquarters CS.OF 12. $95.88 CS OF 6.$80,94 ': CS.OF 6.$89.94 CS.OF 12.$104.95 CS. OF 77.94 CS.OF 73.50 6-PK R a ens7so
on the corner of U.S. 90 and
C.R. 49, Live Oak.
Proposals must be received prior to
5:00: p.m., August 27, 1990. -lll 'm I 'f'1I : 1I..i'I; }:m" 'mn.i" ,=.I''

tchg 6/28; Cont. No. 512 Brown Bros. _, ML 9.19 Carlo Rossi ":!:..=toi: : L:", 5.29 Gold Seal .-:.SsSSi':K 4.99 CIIIII. R. Mlcklll _, = 899 BUSCHLIGHT
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR La Francesca ,=:J:A :M 2.99 Gallo .::: .::r ETC. 3.79 MftR ...::.,. ,:S! 9.49 BerInger _"::... :: g NATURAL LIGHT

REZONING THE LAND AND USE AMENDMENTTO PLAN Franl Reh ctoTsacr"t\ M 4.49 I ABC :a'l.n-.1' 2.99 Great Western ..... :17 5.99 Kendal CAII.' aR :: 9.49 1sumeun

An ORDINANCE amending the Com.prehen.lve *Sandeman '".:' :M 12.19 :: Gallo ..:: ==- =- L\:. 5.49 J Taylor ......-.an ;:M 4.99 Sutler Home a. :. 5.99
Land Use Plan Element and
Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance *IL Canlo NC,'::;\,= :M 14.49' Gold Seal :':=- L\:. 3.79 *TotJngerIreixenet! J. :K 65.99 BeoulleuBeringer -=-. :: ....
with the local Government
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as (adol' v':='. :M 7.49 Taylor a.r::"..:1.-.. LL' .5.99 I :::: M 5.99 = :M 11.. EYST NE
provided for In Chapter 163 of the
Florida Statutes.TO I I *|/.r. Meursaull :M 11.19 STYROFOAM Noel Chandon M' :t 18.99 bglenook! ao.T :M 9.99 REGULAR OR ,

interested: All Citizens persons., Taxpayers and other I 'Cholera de Sales teat :M 19.49 : COCIERS 199 Oudinol lOUr :S; 17.99 *Acacia! = ':: 11.. !
You and each of You are hereby and I', Lancer's Rose :M 3.19 QUART Mumm's ...... :2: '18.99 Glen Ellen "a.r= lie 1.1I '
herewith given notice In accordancewith ,..... 6 PK.rnw.Y.
Florida Statutes that the Board of /J. uCllass," c:;oIe M 4.49 *FarKlent8MondaTl a..rAr :: 27..
County Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida, have designated the I Rvfflno OnleloDuboeuf :M &.49 mtlMMMU.! ,EN TAYLOR = :: 7.41 A
Bradford County Zoning and Planning CMtRMET SAUVKUMMCMMOOMUV CALIFORNIA'
Board to conduct a public hearing at a -==r :M H9 PINOTMMniECMuwn uuF BtsE'+,TE WHITI Louis Martini :w ...
(lEla) TE MAt:1:
regular Council meeting Room Starke held at City 7:00 Hall p.m., Starke In the, |J.'. Plaol I eers.5V 'I8L" &.119 IIIII -wcet-. 5.49 1oz..

Florida, on Tuesday June 26, 1990, and MaIlrlIl'Estour "' :: 5.19 49 I Sattef.Horne. .::. :: 3,997M
make a recommendation to the County 1.5 LTA. 1.5 LTR.CS.OF8$29.M. ,
811.5 LTR e1 fir_
Commissioner and the Board will consider Matevs Rosa w 3.49 -s-l CS. OF 6-$38.94 CS. OF$ $31.95 MoDdaYI =. :: IUI, 6-PK.oAleRahlual
on Wednesday, July 18, 1990, at
the Commissioners Room of the
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida,'
at 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance relating to is 28.99
Southern Comlorf N :: 13.49
The of the
rezoning following described B
property and amending the Comprehensive IrtIII Mio1. S 18.19 Kamora s=aS s7 2 7.88 Blue Ribbon
land Use Plan to provide
that land currently zoned OR and IIHIJ"$ MIll 1J.X3 HennessynASC s 1IJ9SCHENLEY REODU99
designated by the plan as Open Rural be
rezoned to CI, and designated Commer- 1 19.99 180 r.dlrs .M 1549 --- 'i r 6-PK.t.:
cial Intensive, the property of Paul
Wright, described as fallows: Parcel No.
011720-00200 In Section 13, Township
5, Range 22 East, Approximately 2 miles : DON O POPOV .r
North of Lowtey. One half acre out of 90 '
1.66 acres. ((125' Hlway frontage by _
174.25 deep). A e 11.49I3 S C e 9.89 A.
You are further given NOTICE that a '
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is I iss.tettru.i.sBM 21A RBtEIME.PREIr S Mu. /tBIRI er1NRUM
available for your Inspection at the office IBB .IT m 1 ay.OLT I ROUT.EM I
I of the Director of Zoning and Planning ANDRI I INGLENOOK <<3ALLO!'." I CARLO ROSSI '
I I. I
I City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, CHAMPAGNE

Each and every person having any Interest 2.79 15.89 L& e 3.29 -
I whatever In the enactment of this I 1
proposed ORDINANCE should appear /A ratss..lz e/REBER I ti test.wlt'A71MM ts.rz4t.tts erosBw t tae sMSrt6.t s.w
and be heard at the time and place

Bradford County, Florida !III.3t. l r / 1 1'I' ,. J

P.O. Number tchg 4089 6/28 + -j. :

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by Sue ElUn Smith really hurts," Mobley said. "
let Stall Writer For that reason, she' said, the "' .
While recent thunderstorms In district would benefit greatly from ..' NODIVING
I Bradford and Union Counties have the amount of areawide rainfall it ; I
helped water lawns,.and gardens would get from a tropical depres- !
- they have done little to relieve the sion. "T' ,
droughts being suffered in both Last weekend Bradford County <
counties a Suwannee River Water got 2 inches of rainfall from "
Management District official said. thunderstorms while Union County I FROM
Both counties are still under a fared a little better with 2.6 Inches.
modified phase II water shortage Both amounts,Mobley said,did littleto BRIDGE
advisory due to below average rainfall affect the water shortage in either .,
levels,and SRWMD Director of county.In It
Communications Carolyn Mobley a two-year period, Bradford
said she sees no end to the advisory County usually averages 108 to 112
In sight despite the Increased rain inches of rainfall.Howeverf average _
fall.Thunderstorms rainfall levels 19H8 to
she said, do littleto May 1990 in the county were 30.5 In- 9 xr
increase water levels in the ches below average, Mobley said. I ,
district's groundwater system Union County's rainfall level from
where Bradford and Union county April 1988 to May 1990 is 36 inches
residents get most of their water. below average.
"Thunderstorms don't help too Bradford and Union counties have
much because they aren't both suffered agriculturally from
areawide," Mobley'said.. "They the lack of rainfall this year, but
helped water the grass, and Union County has seen the worst effects
may have helped crops that aren't from the drought.
irrigated. But right now it looks like Crop yields in Union County have
what we could use ... is a tropical been reduced this year due to the
depression." lack of rainfall, Union County Extension
Mobley said the aquifer; part of Director Jaques Breman said.
the groundwater system, is usually The crops that have made this year
refilled by winter frontal systems. he said, were either planted in low
"For the last two years we haven't
gotten that rainfall. That's what see Drought page 4B

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Lake Brooklyn near Kryitone Height offer teUmony to Just how dry It h..been In the Keyrione Helghte__
Keystone IlelghU which la part of the St.John River Water Management District. ,will be under mandatory water
restriction until groundwater level and lake level rise a SJRWMD official ald..

U.S.301 964.7500 NORTH HEADQUARTERSDEERFOOT.VILLAGE Early Deadline July 4 HolidayBecause

CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE of the Fourth of July holiday, the Bradford County Telegraph, Lake Region Monitor

and Union County Times will publish early next week. This means the papers will be printed

,;$5 "O"iTO: ',$2QCPi.! .. ; Monday night, you should receive your paper Tuesday instead of Thursday. The early
I publication date will enable you to take advantage of the tremendous sales for the July 4
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Ing Fib much and other seafood are becoro- the seafood safety problems This would make it harder to spot ducts The bill would give the U.S. Glenda &: Christine ofGLENDA'S
more Important to the are microscopic such as food poiso- diseases would slow inspection Department of Agriculture iDapeetton
American diet. We are eating 80 ing like V brlo, Listeria, and rates and and raise the cost per duties,similar to the inspection
IookIn much seafood bat producers are Salmonella, parasites or chemical pound.Aquaculture. programs for red meat and poultry SHEAR DESIGNare
tar DeW products to keep up contaminants. operations would be but with an Important difference.
with ihe demand. As catches 01 Obstacles to seafood inspectionhave easier to keep under Inspection as The Inspections would be mandatory:
limited traditional specie* are becoming been that seafood operations they operate more like livestock but not continuous, as in meat and presently located at
the industry is harvesting are seasonal In many caseal feedlots and poultry houses dealing poultry, but inspections are called
more exotic deep water varieties generatring small with a more uniform product.They for on a frequent basis in the bill
and raising more fish in ponds or seafood from isoJalted sites.' With also usually have harvesting opera Other bills In the House of GOLDILOCKS
raceways on our farms. the industry's harvesting, processing : tions year round and process the Representatives seek to broaden the
But as the amount of seafood we and distribution so scattered, product where they are harvested. current voluntary inspection system
eat has risen so has our concern cost of administering an inspection Congress is attempting to deal of the National Marine Fisheries 737 N. Walnut Street Starke
over the safety and quality offish we program would be high. Even the with the need of inspections of Service and to expand the Food and
consume.We are now consuming IS diversity within the seafood industry seafood. The Senate Agriculture Drug Administration's seafood In- 964-4645
to 20 pounds of seafood per person would inhibit an inspection system. Committee has voted out a bill to spection and labeling role.
per year,far less than beef,pork or Many firms work with a vanety of create a taxpayer-funded Inspection Americans would welcome systemthat BEGINNING JULY 3rd
turkey, but still far more that we species, each with a range of sizes. program for fish and seafood pro makes the food supply safer.
were eating 10 years ago. However,
there was a slight decline in consumption '. .. - -
in 1988.
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to shorter supplies and
higher prices, but undoubtedly concerns
over the safety of fish we eat HUNRT
also Ikplayed a role. Seafood is sthe
source of food-related illness in one
out of I 1 r
every 250,000 servings according 1 + ;
to Food and Drug Administration

are eliminated estimates.,When the rate raw of shellfish illness 2k: A)1)

drops dramatically to one per five
million servings. The department's
food inspectors during a nine month
period conducted 834 inspections of
seafood processors and wholesalers u woks
and conducted 1,111 inspections of
retail fish markets. The
department's Food Laboratory during
the past year analysed 1,980 W-D BRAND
seafood samples with 6,318 Individual
tests for seafood safety. U.S. CHOICE BEEF
Seafood quality and safety are important .t?
issues for consumers i1ip ; : SIRLOIN
because some waters are polluted k'iop
and some of the fish become con-
taminated in the marketing system.
There are numerous problems in-
volved in checking seafood for con i
taminants. That is one reason that
seafoods, unlike red meat and j PV
poultyr have never been undermandatory
inspection programs.
Federal and state laws require
continuous inspections of red meat
and poultry. An inspector visually
checks each carcass for contamination.
.But only samples of seafood are
inspected. The many types of
seafood products add to the difficulty
And even visual inspections in
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The big property transfer to date at the courthouse. Sierra, Starke, 8 acres In SWVi of Robert H. and Michelle C. Curtis Lloyd Cecil: and Agnes Marie James R. and Debra S. Flynn to
this year Is sale of the Western Steer Total sales for the month of JJEV4 section 22, T7S, R21E, $10,000. to James C. Williams and Claudia Douglass to Steve and Darlene Archibald J. III and Martha A.
Steak House in Stark'to Starke February equaled $1,829,400, up Anthony. Tringali, Bo Song Imogene Darley Lake City, portion Douglass Starke,a portion of E:%of Thomas, Jacksonville, as tenants In
Foods, Inc., Claremont, N.C. from 1,125,000 in February last year Chung and Pauline C. Chung to of'E 100 feet block 7, Lakeside SMr of NEV4! of NWV4.section 22,T6S, common, Lots 1 and 2, Sunny Acresat
The sale was recorded February Trapsactlons as. recorded at the llamas Retael, Starke, parcel In $127,000. R21E, $8,900.Raymond Dakota and Georgia Streets,
26 in the Bradford County Cour- courthouse are: NWV4 of SWV4! section,T6S, R21E, Leonard E and F. Charlene Dar- E. Durban to Tom W. Starke, $3,000.Charles .
thouse, two deeds being recorded, Charles L. Barnes to City of $2.500. rah to Lena Sword and Danny and Lisa D.Tatum,Lawtey,10 acres A. Garrard, Lawtey, to
and was valued at$478,200. The sale Starke, lots 13, 14, 27, 28,.block 18, Ronald L. Darrah and Pamela A. Baker, Rittman; Ohio, parcel in partly in SV of NEV4 and! partly In Daniel F. and Margaret Townsend,
Involves L.M. (Buddy) Norman sell- Knights Subdivision;$5,000.B Corey to William Hand Loretta J. SWV4 of NEW section 30,.T7S,R22E, Ntt of SEVt section 29, T7S, R22E, Jacksonville, Stt of EH lot 2 and W
Ing his 40 percent Interest to a new J. and Julia E. Brannon to Marchant, Starke,parcel in SEVi of Hampton,$2,000. $15,000. 30'of EH lot 1, block 4 hi Lawtey,W
partner In North Carolina and a Joseph W.Bennett,Jacksonville NEV4 section 4, T7S, R22E, $37,500. Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis to Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner to of R/R, $28,000.
change in corporate structure. 10 Deerfoot Trail, section 3. T7S, John and Alice F. Mathews to Tom H.and Rena Herndon,Lawtey, James W. and Sylvia M. Qulette, Gator Freightways, Inc., Tampa
Hatty Hatcher III still owns 40 percent R21E,$3J,000.Thomas George L. and Sherry D. Moore,. 5.07 acres in lots 44, 45 and 60, Starke, 2 parcels in Sv of NEV4 section to Williams Jewelry Inc., and
and Donald Falcon 20 percent of Edward Campbell, Melrose,lots 13,14,15,block 4,Santa Woodlawn, section 11, T5S, R22E, 36,T6S,R21E, $25,000. Magnolia Properties, Inc., Starke,
the steakhouse. Gainesville, to Stephen D. Cornett, Fe Shores, $49 900.! 9700. Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc, portions of lots 1,2,3,4,6 8 block 18,
Values of' transactions are figured Raiford,lot In NW comer of EH lots Stephen A. Cubbedge; to FNB Properties bonnie C. Davis to William B.and to Donald and Dorthea Linger portions of lots 5, 6, 7 8 block 19,
from the ,mount of documentary 2& 3, section 29,T63, R22E, $4,500! ,Inc.,Jacksonville parcel-on Thelma M. Woods, Hampton, lot 2 Brooker, 1.69 acres at corner 01 Original Town of Starke, 120000.
tax stamps7affixed to deeds recorded Chrysler First Financial Services Griffis Loop in NEV4 of SLy! sectionS and 3, \n NWV4 of SWV4 section 29, Walnut and Jackson Streets,Starke, Della Faye Hall to Fleet Financeand
( in the office..f the Clerk of Courts Corporation, Ocala, to Carman Iris T6S R2J5B, $85,000.: T7S, E, $40,000.. $49,500. Mortgage, Inc., Starke, 100' by
t 50' in NEVi of SEtt of NEV4 section
29, T6S, R22E, $2,400.L. .
M. Norman Jr. and Harry M.
Hatcher III to :Starke! Foods, Inc.
I Claremont, N.C., parcel partly In
NWV4 of NWV4 and partly In SWft of

CROWDCOMINTCOUNT ON WI Starke NWV4,,section$102,700.Harry 33., T6S, R22E,City of

M. Hatcher III to Starke
Foods, Inc. Claremont N.C. lot 5
and NH lot 8,block B,Blanding Sub-
Jack Courtnay Associates Inc.
TIPS FOR GRILLING n ) to Donald S. and Kristine L

Start the firs enough In advance (30 r UlMAr 6 { Richards, Keystone Heights, four
to 40 minute) so the coals are ALL STORES 9f parcels In NWVi section 25, T8S,
covered with ash when H Is time to WILL BE HOT oca mm R22E $10,700.Jack ,
start cooking. Courtnay Associates to
r OPENREGULAR ,, 2 890} Keystone Developers of Bradford
Spread coals so there Is space M? Iii
between them. I 1 01 Inc. Keystone Heights,lots 5, 8, lOA,
Rub the grill with suet or salad oil to HOURS 11, 12, 14 of Indian Lake Woods in
prevent meat from sticking to bare JULY 4th SEV4 of SWV4 section 24, T8S, R22E,
Adjust the distance of the grill from W-D REGULAR $24,000.
the coals to control the amount of Jacqueline Ogden Lahmeyer and
heat I Marvin K. Ogden, Jr. to Fred
cooking rate. /1
McElroy, Albert H. Stefanelli and
Place the meat on the that FRAN IS
grill so
pieces do not touch. HOURS Patrick B. Welch, 181 acres, the NH
of SEV4 of SEV4; 1 acre in NE corner
$ A.M.TIL of SWV4 of SEV4 of SEV4; NEV4 of
j NEV4, all in section 17, T7S, R21E,
3V2-LBS. and DOWN 11 P.M. $126,700.
Albert Edward Lane to Clarence
Pendarvis and Fred Pernarvis,
h1 Lawtey,lots 27& 28, Woodlawn,SH
PORK of SEV4 of NWVi section 13, T5S,
R22E, $20,000.Herman .
.. Floyd J. and Doris.' Stewart,
-- A9 Starke, parcel in SWV4 of SEV4 section -
SPARERIBS 35, T6S, R22E;$3,700..
THURS.-WED. Betty L.Lester to James L.Driver

__ __ JUNE 28-JULY 4, 1990.12oz.. and Debra J. Worthington, Starke,
1.02 acres in SE% section 6, T6S,

R22Es, $12t200.Charles .
E.! Lourcey and Glen E.
LB PKG. Lourcey to William H. Andrews and
James H.Andrews and Joan Adams
J Andrews 67.75 acres in lots 28,29,SO,
PORK $090 COUNTRY STYLE w.o ENDLESS UNK 36, 37, 44, 53, 60 and 61, Woodlawn,
$197 $6" section 30, T5S, R22E, $66,500.
SPARERIBS . . 'tf PORK SPARERIBS . u. SMOKED SAUSAGE :o Lillian C. Pearson to John R.

Stanwlx-Hay and Chanda K.
Padgett, Starke, lots 6 & 7, block C.
Pinehurst Subdivision, $30,000.
FRESN. or MORE 34.88. or MORE FILL YOUR FREEZER DISCOUNT Maxie D. Reddish to Anna M.
MARKET FRESH MARKET Teston, Starke, lot 6 block A.

OU N D TURKEY wwm CHUCK SNOW CRAB COUPONS Dalewood Subdivision, Starke,
$1899 3O OFF ADULT *1"OFF CHILDREN $52,000.
CWSTERS..SE. FOR Freeman Register III to James R.

.GR --- .............. '- NEW FOR Huckeba and Joan R.Papeck, lot 16,
11i isi%IIt M. F:Wiggins subdivision,section?,
gf/ (Xriry .
2 nLE .
.. .o':>? MARKET '9 90/.. / ,. .;.. T6S, R21E, $47,000. '. "
LB. ; LB. -SLICED:/BACON. \ ."; \ p' :" ".. .: Trust of Albert Longchamp,Jr;*
WATER to Grover T.Parker and Michelle D.
W-D COOKED c QICE Parker, parcel 5 in NWVi section 5,
R22E Deerwood,
T7S, $55,000.
''Hr. u*u
HAM :.. . "a*. MEATS . . SIll BEEF PAnIES. lOX .-3, Gary L.and Mary G.Rowe to EllisP.
Strang and Cassie R. Wynn, Las

W-D COOKED $ 99 HICKORY SWEET $458 SOUTHERN PRIDE $399 ;CRASHING ...:-. oJ.r Vagas, lot 32 Parkwood. subdivision,
a Starke, $42,000.Dorothy
HAM . . it. BONELESS HAMS u BEEF PATTIES . %5 O M. and Earle H. Sanfordto
PREMIUM GRADS -11 La FKO. South Rlvervlew Dr. William and Candace A. Costello,
W-D CHOPPED FRYER MADISON BRAND Jekyll/ Island, Georgia 31520 Keystone, 1 acre In WH of SWV4 of
$299 JIBe ?. $399 SEV4 section 35,T6S, R22E, $2,000.
HAM . . La LEGQUARTERS u CORN DOGS . iR Off Exit 6, 1-95 Douglas M. and Donna J. Sides to
Randall G. Milton lot 15 block 6,
HARVESTFRESH Saratoga Heights Unit 2, $34,000.
EVERYDAY, I EVERYD AY] = ,;' Kenneth W. and Vickie L. Teal to
LOW PRICE LAW PRICE Janice M.Bennett,Starke,lots 2&4,
_____________ EVERYDAY block 1, Original Town of Starke In
LOW NEV4 of SWV4 section 28,T6S.R22E
( $26,000.
I 5 Ernest E.and Carlie Mae Trlest to
Brown and Buck Homes, Inc.
I I R e e i Keystone Heights,parcel In NWVi of ,
Nature makes the produce. SEVi section 35, TVS. R22E, $15,500.
William M.and Betty Wayshner to
1 I I I I WINN-DIXIE!makes the difference. Anthony J. and Diane M. New,

parcel 8A,1 acre in Weyshner Tract,
in NWV4 section 12, T6S, R21E,
RED or WHITE 2000.
S William M.and Betty Wayshner to
I I. :. I SEEDLESS &RAPESggo Claude, Jr. and Genevieve Milliard,
l i e parcel 5A, .88 acres of Wayshner
tract in NWV4 section 12,T6S,R21E,
William M.and Betty Wayshner to
1 \.i 1' LB. Terry L. Hendrix,Starke,parcel 6A,
1 acre In Wayshner Tract,section 12,

i U T6S, R21E, $2,000.
304.* AVO.HARVEST William M.and Betty Wayshner to
FRESH Judy Norman and J.P. WiUingham,
in NEV4 of NEV,
FLAVORS'VAN section 27,T6S, R21E, 9900.
.. ALL William M.and Betty"Wayshner to
CAMPSPORK AMERICAfJ..: .. BHEYERS Michael D. and Mary. B. Winstead,

N BEAN l! SIMilES I ; ICE,CREAM $289: section parcels 12.4 and'T6S 4A, R21E.:, 2.3 acres 1OOO.in NWV4

I. A" William M.and Betty Wayshner to
=. \. \": I EA. Minnie Browning Huberparcel 4.
381; $288 $299 1.3 acres In SE corner of CR-225 and

16.0 CAN=. =. I .HALF GAL. CALIFORNIA CR-229 R21E, $3,400.Western W y. of SEV4 sectin 34,TSS,

STRAWBERRIES Steer of Starke, Inc. to
Starke Foods,Inc.,Claremont,N.C..
REGULAR or BARBECUB FROM 0f.'llUEI IRl parcel partly in NWV4 of NWV and
VAN CAMP'S fiEi e TROPICANA $.199 THRIFTY MAID $100 partly In SWV4 of NWY4 section 33,

BEANEE WEENEES r&?. OO ORANGE JUICE 0fi; | LEMONADE, 2 SS I T6S.R22E Bryan ,Daniels$375,500.and Charlene

990tH Evelyn Wood to Thomas J. and
u# Jllon..I:" [ Gov. lot 3,'section 25, TSS, R22E,
Fieldcrest r 41/50-CT. $13,000.Karol.
n.-....4M..M.IC .....-.-. ----.- I. MEDIUM HEADLESS 5-LB. Zacek to Susan M.Faulknerand
MW,VWI...1.ft*.*.*,-Iw.r. ----- i I I Darrell O'Neal, Starke, three
=::-wtW y..114ft Hnunr I ==..":;.:'==,'==- WHITE SHRIMP' IS1.25ALL PURPOSE $499 parcels in NEV4 of SEVi section 33,

OPTONPBAVPR47RfIYIrATRWrtHRVtRT*""nnpUH'HA8I'YOUMAKKINOORmJRK.' ': ': .'ftlV :u! | I,I T8S, R22E, $41,000.Youth .

mECTION. _wimoNiniuIAVU. _CAHO'_ (wnwoutCAHoMOUMt MT H|* F E A $4 g.DELV.ONTE $. H48 .HuntApplications
II .
Bath 1 $2 1WHkRI't- LB. PINEAPPLES. u I .
Hand Towel 211 S4Z1 FRESH SEAFOOD' .
Applications to take part in the
WahClot" 99.717M LIVE NORTHERN $O99 FRESH OCEAN $O99 SWEET CAUFORNU c supervised youth hunts on the Andrews
*fl3l CARROTS . U IVY wildlife
King Size MAHOGANY CLAMS SQL PERCH FILLETS u id management and Camp areas Blanding and the Nov. 2-4

mobility Impaired hunt on the Three
Lakes Wildlife Management Area
will be available June 25 from Game
'and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Total Food Bill Everyday. office. Applications are not

Lowest available their accepted sutagents.July front 11-27.Applications tax collectors will be or


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. Seafood More Important to American DietIng I *NOTICE*

ing and other seafood are becom the major seafood safety problemsare This would make it harder to spot ducts. The bill would give the U.S. Glenda &: Christine of
much more important in the microscopic such as food poiso- diseases, would slow inspection Department of Agriculture inspec-
American diet. We are eating so ing like Vibrio, Listeria, and rates and and raise the cost per tion duties similar to the Inspection GLENDA'S SHEAR DESIGNare
much seafood that producers are Salmonella, parasites or chemical pound.Aquaculture. programs for red meat and poultry,
looking for new products to keep up contaminants. operations would be but with an important difference.
with the demand. As catches of Obstacles to seafood Inspectionhave easier to keep under Inspection as The Inspections would be mandatory
traditional species are becoming been that seafood operations they operate more like livestock but not continuous, as In meat and presently located at
limited, the industry is harvesting are seasonal in many cases, feedlots and poultry houses, dealing poultry but inspections are calledfor
more exotic deep water varieties generatrlng small quantities of with a more uniform product. They on a frequent basis In the bill.
and raising more fish in ponds or seafood from Isolalted sites. With also usually have harvesting opera-, Other bills In the House of GOLDILOCKS
raceways on our farms. the industry's harvesting, processing tions year round, and process the Representatives seek to broaden the
But as the amount of seafood we and distribution so scattered, product where they are harvested. current voluntary Inspection system
eat has risen, so has our concern cost of administering an inspection Congress is attempting to deal of the National Marine Fisheries 737 N. Walnut Street Starke
over the safety and quality of fish we program would be high. Even the with the need of inspections of Service and to expand the Food and 964-4645
consume. We are now consuming IS diversity within the seafood industry seafood. The Senate Agriculture Drug Administration's seafood In-
to 20 pounds of seafood per person would inhibit an inspection system. Committee has voted out a bill to spection and labeling role. BEGINNING JULY 3rd
per year far less than beef, pork or Many firms work with variety of create a taxpayer-funded Inspection Americana would welcome a system
turkey, but still far more that we species, each with a range of sizes. program for fish and seafood pro- that makes the food supply safer.
were eating 10 years ago. However,
there was a slight decline in con- /
sumption in 1988. MK
Some of Ithe decline may be at-
tributed to shorter supplies and
higher prices, but undoubtedly con- If HUNGRY
cerns over the safety of fish we eat
also Ikplayed a role. Seafood is sthe L _
source of food-related illness in one 1t
out of every 250,000 servings accor- i I I r f'
ding to Food and Drug Administration / /' Z
estimates. When raw shellfish
are eliminated, the rate of \illness i(' ; I'
drops dramatically to one per five
million servings. The department'sfood
inspectors during a nine month
period conducted 824 inspections of
seafood processors and wholesalersand
conducted 1,111 inspections of > E
retail fish markets. The y
department's Food Laboratory dur- ; W-D BRAND
ing the past year analysed 1,980
seafood samples with 6,316 in- '- H U.S. CHOICE BEEF
dividual tests for seafood safety. : -
Seafood quality and safety are important I- : (
issues for i SIRLOIN
because some waters 'are concumers polluted ? ; TOP
and some of the fish become con-
taminated in the marketing system. ,
There are numerous problems in-
volved in checking seafood for con-
taminants. That is one reason that
seafoods, unlike red meat and UPV
poultyr, have never been under
mandatory inspection programs.
Federal and state laws require
continuous inspections of red meat $
and poultry. An inspector visually
checks each carcass for contamination. l Winn-Dixie C
.But only samples of seafood are
inspected. The many types of
seafood products add to the difficulty. -
And even visual inspections in
many cases may be ineffective for _


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Westeri Steer Sale Tops. February, Land Sale List

they Ma property transfer Steer at the courthouse. Sierra, Starke, 8 acres In SWV of Robert H. and Michelle C. Curtisto Cecil and Agnes Marie James R. and Debra Mart to
is of the Total sales for the month of .NEW section 32, T7S K21E, 10000. James C. Williams and Claudia Douglass to Steve and Darlene Archibald J. III and A.
Steak House in Stark'to Starke February equaled $1,829,400, up Anthony J. .TrIngali, Bo Song Imogene Darley, Lake City, portionof Douglass t,Starke,a portion of E%of Thomas,Jacksonville,as tenants in
Foods, Inc., Claremont N.C. from 1,125,000 In February last year. Chung and Pauline C. Chung to -E 100 feet of block 7, Lakeside S* of NEVi! of NWV4.section 22,T6S, common, Lots 1 and 2, Sunny Acresat
The sale was recorded February Transactions as recorded at the Hassan Reteael Starke, parcel In 127000. R21E, $8,900.Raymond Dakota and Georgia Streets,
26 in the Bradford County Cour courthouse are: NWV4 of SWV section 24,T6S,R21E Leonard E and F. Charlene Dar E. Durban to Tom W. Starke, $35,000.Charles .
thouse.\ two deeds being recorded, Charles L. Barnes to City of $2.500. rah to Lena Sword and Danny and Lisa D.Tatum,Lawtey,10 acres A. Garrard, Lawtey, to
and was valued at $478,200.The sale Starke, lots 13, 14, 27, 28, block 18, Ronald L. Darrah and Pamela A. Baker, Rittman, Ohio, parcel in partly In Stt of NEV and partly in Daniel F. and Margaret Townsend,
Involves L.M. (Buddy) Norman sell- Knights Subdivision, $5,000. Corey to William H."and Loretta J. SWY4 of NEV4 section 30,.T7S, R22E Ntt of SEV4 section 29, T7 S, R22E, Jacksonville, SV4 of Eft lot 2 and W
Ing his 40 percent Interest to a new Billy J. and Julia E. Brannon to Marchant, Starke,parcel in SEVi of Hampton, $2,000. $15,000. 30'of EV4 lot 1.block olin Lawtey,W
partner In )North Carolina and a Joseph W. Bennett Jacksonville,lot NEV4 section 4 T7S, R22E, $37,500. Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis to Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner to of R/R, $28,000.
change In corporate structure. 10 Deerfoot Trail section 3., T7S John and Alice F. Mathews to Tom H.and Rena Herndon, Lawtey James W. and Sylvia M. Quletto, Gator Freightways, Inc., Tampa
Harry Hatcher III still owns 40 percent R21E, $31,000.Thomas: George L. and Sherry D. Moore,. 5.07 acres in lots 44IS and 60, Starke, 2 parcels In Stt of NEV4 section to Williams Jewelry, Inc., and
and Donald Falcon 20 percent of Edward Campbell Melrose,lots 13,14,15,block 4,Santa Woodlawn, section 11, T5S, R22E 36, T6S, R21E, $25,000. Magnolia Properties, Inc., Starke,
the steakhouse. Gainesville to Stephen D. Cornett, Fe Shores $49 900. $9,700. Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc, portions of lots 1,2,3,4,6'8 block 18,
Values of' transactions are figured Ralford lot In NW corner of Ett lots Stephen A. Cubbedge to FNB Properties Ronnie C.Davis to William B. and to Donald and Dorthea Linger portions of lots 5, 6, 7 8 block 19,
from' the mount of documentary 2 &3. section 29,T6S, R22E! $4,500 ,Inc.,Jacksonville,pareettm Thelma M. Woods, Hampton, lot 2 Brooker 1.69 acres at corner 01 Original Town of Starke $$120.000..
'\ tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded Chrysler First Financial :Services>> Griffis Loop,in NEV4 of SEV! *section and 3, in NWK of SWYt section 29, Walnut and Jackson. Streets,Starke, Della Faye Hall to Fleet Finance
( In the office nr the Clerk of Courts Corporation Ocala, to Carman Iris 3, T6S. R22E, $85,000. T7S, ...... ....
t ,.. 50' in NEV4 of SEV4 of NEV4 section
29, T6S, R22E, $2,400.L. .
M. Norman Jr. and Harry M.
Hatcher III to Starke] Foods, Inc.
I Claremont, N.C., parcel partly In
CROWD NWV4 of NWV4 and partly in SWV4 of

COMINTCOUNT ONWD Starke NWV4,,section$102,700.Harry 33.,T6S,R22E City of

M. Hatcher III to Starke
Foods, Inc. Claremont NC. lot Sand
NV4 lot 8,block B,Standing Sub-
'. "- .''' .
:'" .'''',. Jack Courtnay Associates Inc.
TIPS FOR GRILLING to Donald S. and Kristine L

Start the fin enough In advance (30 r .. ,._.,:":_I=.-.0-- K Richards, Keystone Heights four
in NWV4 section 25. T8S,
to 40 minutes) so the coals' ant ALL STORES parcels
covered with ash when tt Is time to r urwYlG/ WILL BE 8M DCG BUNS R22E, 10700.!! ,
e Jackourtnay Associates to
tart cooking. 0 PiN..... 0ge Keystone Developers of Bradford,
Spread coals so there Is "".
between them. space f REGULAR PIIGS. Inc. Keystone Heights,lots 5,6,10A,
Rub 4 r HOURS 11, 12, 14 of Indian Lake Woods in
the with salad
grill suet or oil to _
SEV4 of SWY4 section 24,T8S, R22E,
prevent meat from sticking to bars JULY 4th

Adjust the distance of the grill from W-D REGULAR 24000.Jacqueline Ogden Lahmeyer and
the coals to
control the
mount of
Marvin K. Ogden, Jr. to Fred
heat and cooking rate. STORE I McElroy, Albert H. Stefanelli and
Place the meat on the grill so that HOURS 'FRAN IS or Patrick B. Welch, 181 acres, the Nye
pieces do not touch. of SE V4 of SE V4; 1 acre in NE corner
of SWV of SEV4 of SEVi; NEV4 of

NEV4, aU in section 17, TVS, R21E,
SVz-LBS. and DOWN 11 P.M. $126,700.
Albert Edward Lane to Clarence
Pendarvis and Fred Pernarvis,
Lawtey,lots 27 & 28, Woodlawn, SVi
PORK of SEV4 of NWV4 section 13, T5S

R22E. $20,000.Herman .
QUANTITY moms 0 R. and Rosa.M. Lee to
RESERVEDWMMuoimMnL Ma Floyd J. and Doris H.: Stewart
-- 9 Starke, parcel in SWft of SEV4 section -
SPARERIBS Betty L.Lester to James L.Driver

JUNE 28>1ULY 4, 1990. and Debra J. Worthington, Starke,
1.02 acres in SE% section 6, T6S,
12-oz. R22ES, $12,000.Charles .
E. Lourcey and Glen E.
LB PKG. Lourcey to William H.Andrews and
James H.Andrews and Joan Adams
J Andrews 67.75 acres in lots 28,29,30,
PORK $690 COUNTRY STYLE W-D ENDLESS LINKSMOKED 36, 37, 44, 53, 60 and 61, Woodlawn,
leta $197 SAUSAGE o $699FRiSilil section 30,T5S, R22E$66,500.
r.c PORK SPARERIBS . u. Lillian C. Pearson to John R.
Stanwlx-Hay and Chanda K.
Padgett, Starke, lots 6 & 7, block C.
Pinehurst Subdivision, $30,000.
KET FRESuil RKET Teston, Starke, lot 6 block A.
COU9LPOINS Dalewood Subdivision, Starke,
s3 OFF "OFF CHILDREN $52,000.
BeHUND lI.$1899 ADULTIce Freeman Register III to James R.
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,..,. Huckeba and Joan R.Papeck, lot 16,
w9--.C IP-a .t NEW FOR
: AIt M. F.Wiggins subdivision,section?,
: 117 qMARKET SYTLE ...." .' '
''" .s 9- .. ,- : : .J.:>-1990! T6S, R21E, 47000.
LB. La : SLICED" BACON .J. 1I..J- Trust of Albert Longchamp: ,Jr.
to Grover T. Parker and Michelle D.
WATER COOKED AlL VARIETIES Yc RCE Parker parcel 5 in NWV4 section 5,
W-D $299) W-D CHIPPED 39C ALL BEEF 25" AIIILLIONGALLONS TVS, R22E, Deerwood, $55,000.
HAM . . MEATS . . zzr BEEF. PATTIES. sox SPLASHING '-3-_ Gary L.and Mary G.Rowe to EllisP.
Strang and Cassie R. Wynn, Las
COOKED CRASHING \ ..t-. Vagas,lot 32 Parkwood subdivision,
: Starke, $42,000.Dorothy .
$399 $958 WATER FUNI, %
HAM . . La BONELESS HAMS u BEEF PATTIES . aoz : M. and Earle H. Sanfordto
PREMIUM GRADe Ml La.PKO. South Rlvervlew Dr. William and Candace A. Costello,
W-D CHOPPED 99 FRYER MADISON BRAND Jekyll Island, Georgia 31520 Keystone, 1 acre in Wtt of SWV4 of
$2 48e $399 SEV4 section 35, T6S, R22E.$2,000.
Off Exit 1-95
HAM . . LEGQUARTERS u CORN DOGS . VZ 6, Douglas M. and Donna J.Sides to
r Randall G. Milton, lot 15 block 6,
HARVESTFRESH Saratoga Heights Unit 2, $34,000.
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY Kenneth W. and Vickie L. Teal to
LOW PRICE LOW PRICE Janice M.Bennett,Starke,Iota 2&4,
? EVERYDAY block 1, Original Town of Starke in
-' LOW PRICE NEtt of SWV4 section 28,T6S, R22E,

__ 26000.
I PRODUCE Ernest E. and Carlie Mae Triest to
I r Brown and Buck Homes, Inc.
s ; : s i Keystone Heights parcel in NWV4 of ,

Nature makes the produce.I' SEV4 section 35, TVS, R22E, $15,500.
William M.and Betty Wayshner to
makes the difference.
i s i M.
I I Anthony J. and Diane New
parcel 8A,1 acre in Weyshner Tract
In NWV4 section 12, T6S R21E
RED or WHITE 2000.
William M. and Betty Wayshner to
0 SEEDLESS SHAPES Claude Jr. and Genevieve Hilliard
e parcel 5A, .88 acres of Wayshnertract
in NWVi section 12,T6S R21E,
990 1700.
William M.and Betty Wayshner to

1 O L& Terry L.Hendrix,Starke,parcel 6A,
1 acre in Wayshner Tract,section 12,
T6S, R21E, $2,000.
:30-L6. AYO..V..YDA..LOW William M.and Betty Wayshner to
Judy Norman and J.P.Willingham,
Starke. 1.26 acres in NEV of NEV4,
/ section 27,T6S. R21E. 9900.
KRAFT ALL FLAVORS II William M.and Betty Wayshner to
VAN CAMP'S AMERICAN ": BREYERS Michael D. and Mary B. Winstead,
parcels 4 and 4A,2.5 acre in NWV4
PORK N BEANl! SINSLES : ICE CREAM $219. section 12.T6S, R21E" $1SOOO.I
I : : William M.and Betty Wayshner to
=Zoo II'Y EA. Minnie Browning Huber, parcel 4.
... .
; \ and
: CR-225
; $289 $209 1.3 acres in SE corner
18-0z. 1kz. HALF CR-229 WV4 of SEV4 sectin 34,T5S,
CAN PIQ. .GAL. CALIFORNIA R21E, $9,400.Westem .
STRAWBERRIES Steer of Starke, Inc. to
Starke Foods,Inc.,Claremont,N.C..
THRIFTY MAIDLEMONADE $ 0 0 partly in SWV4 of NWV4 section 33,
65 $199 2 11.x 1 T6S, R22E, $375,500.
BEANEE WEENEES 7t,:' JUICE can:<- CANS I Bryan Daniels and Charlene
9 9 I Evelyn Wood to Thomas J. and
Presents u# ]llnn ,-1:" [ PINT 1 in Gov. lot 3,'section 25, TBS, R22E,

Div.Fieldcrest 41/50-CT. $13,000.Karol.
..-..-...-... r...'-...-., .----.- MEDIUM HEADLESS 5-LB. Zacek to Susan M.Faulknerand
w.N..n.--- ... Darrell O'Neal Starke, three
=.":::..::=.-=..::::..-::NN.d.u.'' '' :' :::'::'MN WHITE SHRIMP BAG ALL PURPOSE $199 parcels in NEV4 of SEVi section 33,

f F.TONPIlAVPR.T.RTIFIrA11WITIIIVJr.IY; $1.25 i POTATOES'. : I IMI LI. U I T6S, R22E$41,000.Youth .
YOU WITH ONI full WITHOUT CAIO sigg I. WHOLI HuntApplications
Bath 1 90 II .
Hand Towel $2" S4Z1 FRSH SEAFOOD 0
to take part In the
Wash Cloth g > LIVE NORTHERN $999 FRESH OCEAN $! 99 SWEET CALIFORN 6Se supervised youth hunts on the Andrews -

King 51z. $7 ss CLAMS .C PERCH FILLETS CARROTS . '"a and Camp Standing wildlife
MAHOGANY pot to management areas and the Nov. 2-4
mobility impaired hunt on the Three
Lakes Wildlife Management Area
will be available June 25 from Game

Total Food Bill Everyday. and office.Fresh Applications Water Fish Commission are not

Lowest available their accepted subagents.July from 11-27.Applications tax collectors will be or

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'i'KI.IHPilTIMES: : : MOMTOK-KKIXTION: : ': June 211. 1090

I: Summer Heat Affects Pets PP_ :"' i > .

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v As Well as People. Vet, Says S t

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by Su. Elln Smith anywhere you wouldn't. leave your dogs and very old dogs fire more
acT spill Writer child," she said. likely to suffer from heat stroke.
Humans aren't the only ones Even if someone Intends to leave Dogs on medication such as heartworm -
susceptible to the bad effects of ris- their dog in their car for "just aminute1 medication are also more
ing summer temperatures and a Paschall warns, they susceptible to the effects of high
blazing summer sun, a veterinariannear should at least try to provide as temperatures, Paschall said. 1 '"
Keystone Heights warns. much ventilation for the dog as "Most (being treated for heart- 1 ,z
Any animal without the benefit of possible. Dog owners who keep their worms) do fine unless subjected to
a shady area I bat risk of suffering dogs in a fenced yard or on a chain something like heat," she said. '
from heat stroke said veterinarian should be aware of outside Some owners of long-haired y
Marylyn Paschall. But dogs, by far, temperatures and be sure their dogs breeds clip their dogs' fur short In r
tire the most at risk because they are can reach shaded areas, Paschall the summer in an effort to keep v'
more likely than other animals to be said. them cooler. Paschall said that '
confined. "It doesn't take long" for a dog to although clipping a dog's fur short !
"If an animal left free to roam suffer the effects of being. can make grooming of long-haired,
they are not as much at risk," overheated, she said.Hyperthermia dogs easier and help control flea problems -
Paschall said. "When confined In ani or high body it Is not necessary to help Yj
i rea of high heat and humidity there temperature, Is the most common keep the dogs cool. ,
is an Increased risk of heat stroke." effect. an overheated animal suffers. "The fur In some breeds insula- tb
The worst place to confine dogs "You can get body temperaturesover tion against heat and cold" =; a- ,
during hot summer days is in a car, 105 degrees," Paschall said. Paschau said. "Clipping is really not 5 -'-
Paschall said. The normal body temperature for a necessary." y 1
"It's like putting them In an oven dog is 100 to 101.5 degrees. In fact, clipping the fur of some r Ili Ilii
_. to bake, she said. "It gets much Other problems an overheated breeds may make the dogs more .
hotter inside a vehicle than it does animal can suffer include brain susceptible to sunburn and eventual fi
outside." swelling, respiratory arrest and ly skin cancer, especially light ; 1
But leaving a dog in a fenced yardr coma. pigmented dogs, Paschall said.
> on a chain outside, can be almostas "There are numerous potential But most dogs will not willfully lay .. .
bad as leaving it in a car if there fatal consequences from In the sun long enough to get sun- --- -
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isn't enough shade available, overheating the body, Paschall burned, Paschall
Paschall said. said. "We're probably the only species animal k U be left b a ear for vary long In the rammer mterinmrlui Marylyn Pwcludl MiJ."Yo.houUnH leave
"You shouldn't leave your dog And as with humans, very young stupid enough to do that," she said.' your tog wiywber yes weaUnt leave yow child,* ..: MM.coi .

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land areas or irrigated. crops were planted early enough to levels in the region are lower than
; "The dry weather took out the avoid the worst effects of low rain- they have been In more than 50 years
:: : squash and zucchini," Breman said. fall levels, he said. according to SJRWMD officials,and '"
.U "The quality and volume just are not As for what effects the droughtwill the area is under mandatory water S'rpr.BAN': L' S ";>
-t there. The greens growers just have have on the county's pasture restrictions.The \ "" .'"A.'U1 .:. ssr- ,\ ,' '. .
r> had a tough time. The cucumbers, grasses, Taylor said, it's still to ear-. two Inches of rain the > r.' IJJ :'",. *
even with irrigation, probably lost ly to tell.Bradford. Keystone Heights area received last 'r. e ..
two pickings anyway." County Forester Stan weekend from thunderstorms did lit- 01ctr; ., / : .
.., Those farmers who planted early, Shepard said the longer the countiesgo tle to elevate low lake levels. '.' ... ., '
=::: Breman said, had fewer losses than without rain, the greater the SJRWMD Director of Technical '. ". .
'Sf those who planted later. chance of forest fires. Dead leaves, Data Services William Osborn said ,' .
::=; Low rainfall levels have also af- twigs, branches, and ground cover thunderstorms will do little for the ,
::'r fected livestock in the county. can be easily ignited. by lightning,he lake levels because they are usually ,' '
$! "The cows with nursing calves said. isolated storms. : .. :, :: 99? ,,' .;. '..',}::. '.':/: ;.\ "
r> just really haven't cotton the growthS "And if it gets dry enough it can "Rainfall almost has to be on a a\jr.,9'. ; '" : ,: ,
j they normally do/ Breman said. put stress on the trees, and their lake before it helps," Osborn said. : ; .' . ,>1 Cvo8 e a. '
=c- 'Also because of the low waters growth can slow down or possibly. Osborn said he sees no end to ..' ,' :. ". .., ." .. \.I'I' e \.n'\9..f rot t.I.: .
levels recreational fishing ponds stop," Shepard said. water restrictions In Keystone'Heights .' -to '!'h. vs. }: a+tt.t .asY
I ''risncas "
s*> have been suffering quite a bit from Bradford and Union 'countiesaren't until the area receives a '. ".:.tr', ,' yt:ayk.: : ? \.enc. '. '
*1 fish kills. the only areas suffering from substantial amount of areawide \ Pn y Fr1 rd1Y s ot ict9 extr. \ .. .
-'iBradford County Extension Direc- the effects of little rainfall. The rainfall. \.t.'Isiat.. : c : .. .
j tor Bobby Taylor said that although Keystone Heights area in nearby .. 'tII:' \I ..ocs a,cat:..' tb 2aslcLM. J--' MSYs i.din9 1I.'j ',... .. ". :
C Bradford County has suffered Clay County, which falls under the "Restrictions will continue until. as-: .uC -:" ccOV ', .. .
p agriculturally from the effects of the St. Johns River Water Management lake and groundwater-levels-rise",: .' : a'l. .
V drought, the results have have not District's authority, has also been Osborn said. "And we feel they will dt;: businsa QI.IC. ". '_,':, '
;: been disastrous. Most of the county's suffering from lack of rainfall. Lake have to rise quite a bit," he said i '. .' ; ", '. _-"-"d.tO'U-AI<\.C\IJ.cluck\...".. .;jo' ,
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among a state The Senate approved an updated I: cte., '. .
senators from Southeastern states with a perfect proenvironmentrecord Clean Air Act In April by a vote of Wit.to the n .tOO-' 1.t'l 1.0 lean h'0 _"-.1:. th.eoa .. ,' .:..
and he's in the top 10 of the on key votes concerning the 89-11. The House has approved its t.O.'i ? W C sea .
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an independent research Overall,Graham ranked et
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The en ronmentaiQt gi was '"""pro-environment'In the !100-member voting Senate record.for The hist''*-.1- *Jrneet.to* *,-.* iron out.iij the j ,,e differences. 1_: l; Tl.ryG 'c31; rrn, \. uLtXl; 'I" \.,,\ ,I\ 'la t.l .It-.Itil ; 'w

ii prepared by the Institute for group's Senate rankings, part of its The LCV rated Graham's 1989 of tk'I'\ ,.
Southern Studies, a nonpartisan, 1990 "Green Grade" report, were voting record as 100 percent for the :: ;'
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non-profit education and research based on two factors: 1990 votes on environment. The LCV examined 10 'Y\ \( \ 1'iil;;\ '
1 group funded mainly by foundation amendments to the Clean Air Act votes last year regarding offshore _. -..;./
grants. and on past ratings published by the drilling, oil spills, national forests ., - The Institute, based in Durham, League of Conservation Voters and groundwater protection. %. ,... I. ...

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dogfight between dashing,costumed Everyone is reminded to bring I rt, ?6 P1 P1'I '
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highlighted Is a skydiving' hamburgers, Cokes, and lemonadewill
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Jockey Susan C. Lee will make her Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for
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For those not faint of heart there age accompanied by an adult will be
will be airplane rides and helicopterrides. admitted free.Keystone .
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U 3 Arrested in Rash of Bradford Burglaries Early

i r.y MIwc. GootIg.acr a burglary of a conveyance, one Starke Police Chief Jimmy Epps when In reality he was- hiding In Lane Is being held in the Bradford
Staff Writer count of grand theft, one count of said that Lane was apparently usingChandler's Chandler's apartment Police officers County Jail. Tisdale and Chandler Deadline !
What petit theft and one count of resisting Magnolia Hotel apart- discovered him there within 30 were released on recognizance on
could be termed a miniature after minutes of the last burglary which June 23.Additional.
crime arrest without violence. ment as a hiding place stealing
Starke spree baa been baited by the Accomplices arrested with Lane purses out of cars parked on Walnut occurred June 21 In from of the post The Telegraph
Police Department with the were Alvin Bernard Tisdale, 18, of Street In front of the Post Office in office. chartin the Incident Time and Lake
arrest thU week 01 three men believed Starke for be brought after further In-
to one count of grand theft Starke. may Monitor will
five be responsible for more than and Daren Lamar Chandler, 22, of Apparently Lane would watch the Major Bill Reno of the Starke .vestigation.Reno Region
burglaries of residences and Starke for two counts of accessory street from the hotel window until he Police Department said that these all have early
vehicles, all occurring within aperiod after the fact and one count of aiding saw someone leave a car. He would arrests also solve other burglaries described a major effort by deadlines next
of six days. and abetting. then go down and take a purse or which occurred between June IS and the Starke Police In this Investigation -
Brian Dmdriua Lane, 21, of Lane had been released from other valuable out of the car and June 21; one at the Days Inn,two at beaded by Chief Jimmy Epps week due to the
Starke was arrested on June 21 and prison on June It, 1990,where he had then run into the hotel. the southern Villas apartment com- and Including Reno, Lt. Hinds, and Fourth of July
charged with two counts of a served part of a five.year term for Any pursuer would think he had plex,two at the Magnolia Hotel,and Officers Gorman,Feltner,Short and
burglary of a residence; one court of, previous burglaries and thefts. run out the back door of the hotel possibly others as well. Wlfklhson. ( ,) holiday.A-section Check fordetails. the

U Body>> Missing in Union County, Investigation Coiii.v .

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body was discovered missing grave of Mack Alfred McQuaig, In burial vault had been broken open. After exhuming the burial vaultand opened there are Jaoaeversl In Colum-dif-
from a grave site in Union County the Oak Grove Cemetery in western He said he recalled that the vandalsin casket on Wednesday,June 20,it ferences. The two bodies who EZWHEELS
last week and officials say there are Union County, was discovered last Columbia County had used the was discovered that McQualg's body bia County were of young men McQuaig
some similarities between this week to have been disturbed and the same method to enter the graves was missing.McQuaig died of an ap- had died violent deaths.
disappearance and the two grave .body is still missing. there. parant heart attack on Nov. 11, 1989, was 61 and died of natural discovered causes.
disturbances discovered in Columbia An employee of Wilbert Vault and was burled in the Oak Grove One of the two bodies
He notified the Funeral In Columbia County was
Biggs missing
County recently. Cemetery on Nov. 22,1969. It is not
Company of Lake City, Charles D. Home in Lake City which had handled known when the body was removed found In Union County. Officials 1320 N. Temple Ave.
Five men were arrested last week Charles, was sent to the Oak Grove the McQuaig funeral. They later from the but officials believeit believe the five men arrested were Starke
for disturbing the contents of the Cemetery, located off CR-239B, to notified the Union County Sheriff's was sometime grave soon after the Involved In some corrupted form of
grave of Steven Glen Morgan In Col- prepare a grave site for a funeral, Department who called in the StateAttorney's burial. the fantasy game Dungeons and 964-7783
umbia A second of scheduled Sunday, June 17.
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disturbing a grave in Columbia Charles had been instructed to fill, Department of Law Enforcement Arrested wore: Leon Jody Thomp-- Buy.We Finance
County, the grave of Jeffers "Bud- in the caved in grave site of Mc- crime lab. McQuaig's family was Union County Sheriff Jerry son, 21; Charles Vincent Womack
dy"Klmbr Uls thought to be tied to Quaig while he was there. When notified for consent to open the Whitehead said that although In- Jr. 23 Thomas Christian Cox 21'Joseph
the five, also. Charles closely inspected the grave grave in order to verify that it had vestigators noted some similarities R. Pottgen, :21; and
Now there might be a third. The site, he could see that the lid of the ,been disturbed. In the way aU three graves were Frederick Day, 19; aU of Lake City.

I 3 Arrested in Armed Robbery of StoreTwo

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Stephen Foreman,42,of Middleburg Lil Champ clerk recounted the since combinations to the safes are younger men drive up In a vehicle, 5 HOMES 83 CHRYSLER E CLASS -
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women Into sex, 2) offered women 120 GAL. PROPANE TANK COMPLETE >-)l Tempte'"* Stark' *; Florida S2QB1TORENA ..
money in exchange for sex, 3)) triedto 100 GALS. PROPANE SAFETY
kiss and hug the women,4) touch- MOTEL; .
ed their breasts. TANK INSTALLATION WITH INSPECTIONUP Iv.. Fwlf..,rvatlon,' or take out enTers' call: 9M-76BI: Eat-In. or Take Out
If convicted, Davis could face up TO 10 FT. OF TUBING OF YOUR
to one year in Jail for each of the six ON TIME..EVERY TIME ENTIRE GAS 1 ALL. YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN 10 $2.50
charges, and a $1,000 fine for each .
charge. KEEP. FULL DELIVERY. SYSTEM $ ..oQ. ..

Marijuana Sheriff Makes Haul 1st BUFFET DINNER Friday & Saturday NightsAll

The first summer roundup of CALL TODAY FOR COMPETITIVE PRICES You Can Eat Our.Buffet Consists of more than 15 Delicious Items
produced a haul of 249 plants, growing
in an open field just west of .
Graham in the River Bend Estates STARKE WALDO
subdivision, said officials last week. NOW OPT MOM.Florida TaesdltJ.Jl'rlcby:Lunch 11 a...,tiI2:3O'P".m.l; Dinner 5:00 pm tD:30 pm.'
The plants were spot planted as in- 964-7725 4681792IN s. urday-5:00 pm to ':30 pm. SaDcIa,Laaeb 12 Noon tU 2:30 pm
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throughout the field and were hardto
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spot from the air, according to
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Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge,confiscated --" "
the plants Sunday, June :.' Fed&iral(
17th. .. :

"We have a suspect and an arrest
may be forthcoming," said
Etl idge.Street value of the plants
when mature would have been worth

$8,000-110,000. A WINNING COMBINATIONHigh
Dry weather this spring has kept
plants small and slow growing, said
Henry, but we may be finding more
marijuana from now on, as the .

plants News begin From to mature. Rate CDs & Accident Insurance ..

Bradford County
Public Now,for a limited time,open a new 6 month or new one-year CD and you'll For example If you open a new double-Insurance CD with S20.000 you will *
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Public Library are various Florida '
History projects that have been !;
created by Brooker Elementary 4th MONTH CD 12' MONTH CD
grade students In Mrs. Watson's
class. $500. Minimum. To Open $500 Minimum To Open :;
The products are a result of a class .
study on the great State of Florida.
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other school related expenses. statewide through the Florida Camp Standing Saturday, June 30. at 9 a.m.Otherwise,you are asked to
I Items Interest The deadline for receipt of com Association for Community Action The tour is a rare opportunity to visit meet the group at the flag pole at the
of pleted applications Is July 27, 1990. (FACA). This hotline, these cemeteries, and those with Main Gate at Camp Blanding at
Each application, must be accom- 1-800-329-FOOD, is sponsored by a family members buried In this area 9:45.
'panled by two letters of recommen- grant from the Department of Community are Issued a special invitation.
dation and a copy of the applicant's Affairs and Is the first of Its Those people in the northern part
-Nursing Assistant older\ who qualify from any of the 18 most recent transcript. kind In Florida. of Clay County are asked to meet at I Check The dassifiedsl
counties in North Central Florida. Recipients will be notified by Aug. Directing callers to local the new courthouse at 8:45. This
Course Offered Focus on the Future: Displaced 21, 1990, of,the committee's selec resources like soup kitchens, chur- group will lenve_ ,.for Camp.!. IAndlnl{. -
Homemaker tion. There are four scholarships ches and food pantries is FACA's '
Program is beldat San-
Windsor With the upcoming opening of ta Fe Community College. To available. goal for the Hunger Hotline. Detailson WrtJOC9. :: ar ; Q g. :; Q.t9Q: if w u. ;Y .rti):: {
mand for Manor, the Increased de- register or for more Information, Applications can be obtained from area food stamp centers, govern- \ .. ... I. .... 1,
Certified' Nursing caD 395-5047. the Santa Fe Community College ment surplus food distribution sites '" c'
Assistants has prompted Santa Fe .Starke Center as well as the main and a variety of meal programs for
Community College Andrews Center campus In Gainesville. Written re- specific like senior citizens
to add a second Nursing Assistant Fla. Folk Art quests for applications should be and farm groups workers are also ENHANCE YOUR IMAGEWITH
course for the Summer B term. The sent to: Altrusa-Santa Fe Scholar- available. Additionally Hunger
six-weeks course is scheduled to'begin Set
ship, c/o Women's Programs and Hotline volunteers can refer callers
on July 2 and will.meet from 1 The Florida Department of State's Special, Projects R-202, Santa Fe to nearby agencies offering free Information
to 5 p.m. For more Information., Bureau of Folklife will sponsor a Community College, P.O. Box 1530, on shopping wisely,
please call 964-5383. f seminar on "Florida Folk Art" at Gainesville, FL 32602. feeding children on a low-income I ,
the/-Stephen Foster State Folk budget, nutrition for breast-feeding
Culture Center In White Springs on Exotic Tropics mothers, etc. ( 1
Seminar Offers July 16 and 17.The program designed The Hunger Hotline operates
for teachers and others with an Prograni StAt weekdays a\m. until p.m. EST;
'CAreer SelectionFocus Interest in traditional art. at FACA headquarters, 901 NW'I
Sessions will introduce, define, Library Ave. Suite D-6., Gainesville, Fla.,1
Careers Santa"Fe
on and examine the variety of folk arts 32601. .
Community College can assist you in. In the state as well as explore uses of The Santa Fe Community College FACA is a non-profit federation of
the decisions necessary to pursue a folk arts and artists to enhance Teaching Zoo staff will be at the the state's Community Action Agen-
new career path. During the two. school and community programs.The Bradford County Library June 28 to cies, Head Start programs and
week seminar from July 23-August seminar wUl be lead by a present a program entitled"The Ex- Weatherization programs. Incor-
3, the following services will be provided team of Florida folklorists, art otic Tropics. porated in 1980, it promotes ex-
: vocational assessment, infor educators and folk artists. The two- This program is one of the change of research and communications UhTnIMr
mation about high wage training day program begins at 9 a.m. and library's summer programs.For networking between social (
programs, 'pre-employment runs through 4 p.m. each day. more information, call or stop service providers and professional
preparation, discussions' of current Teachers may earn In-service credit by the library, 964-6400, 105 E. training for its members on Issues
employment trends with prior approval from district of Jackson St., Starke.Hotline affecting poor people.Historians.
In addition, goal setting and personal fices. PERSONALIZEDMAKE
growth skills will be address A $50 registration fee covers the Provides Set FREE
ed. The seminar
meets daily from 9
costs of materials and presenters for
a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Fri- the event. To register, send TourThe
day and is free for adult residents of name, address, phone number,your and Help for Hungry Cemetery OVER SESSIONSincludes
Alachua and Bradford counties: registration fee to: Nancy J. Miss, A toll-free Hunger Hotline helping Clay County Historical Socie-
Contact Andrea Ashley at* 395- 393 Bureau of Florida Folklife,P.O.Box people locate emergency food in ty invites the public to Join in touringthe
for further Information. 265, White Springs, FL 32096. For their community is now available many old gravesites inside Color I.D., Dermanalysls, Fashion
more information,call(904)397-2192.) Over in Your Color
----- Make
Summer B TermRegistration Profile and Glamour
v v v v v v v v v and Fashion Style.

Festival of Arts I D Make-up application Techniques to enhance

There is still time to register for ApplicationsAvailable SOUTH CYPRESS FURNITURE your Image.
Summer B term classes at Santa Fe I' D 8018.at Provatt Creek(in the former Slade Tractor Bldg.) aD ALL THIS FREE OF CHARGE FOR YOU!!'

Community College Andrews ALL NATURAL ALOE VERA plus VITAMIN E
Center. Registration is going on dai-
ly from 10 a.m.to 3:30: p.m.for the B Artists' applications for the Fifth 4D PRODUCTS
Annual Starke Festival of the Arts
and ends
term which begins July 2
are now available. This Juried,
August The emphasis 16. In the upcoming multi-media event is being held Oct. THANK YOU KEYSTONE FOR YOUR SUPPORTCome
27-28 in downtown Starke.
summer term is on art with a begin- Application FicmcTalblConstructed
ning painting class on Monday and deadline is Sept. 28. visit our new and larger Image Center Locationat
Wednesday evenings. The class, For an application or information 174 S. Lawrence Blvd. across from
which can three hours elective about other aspects of the festival, Barber Shop.
write Starke Festival of the Arts,
credit for degree-seeking students,
Is also available to anyone in- P.O.call Box 1530,Gainesville. ,FL 32602, CALL NOW TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTFOR
or (904) 3721976.Altrusa
terested In learning to paint for a YOUR FREE MAKE OVER

hobby. of 2 x 6 Table Top & Benches Q
Other classes Include Intro to Club 4730764CERTIFIED
with 2x4 Legs & Braces.
Computers, College Composition
World Geography, Intro. to Child Offers $500Scholarships (offer good thru July 3.1990) IMAGE CONSULTANTS -
Psychology, College Algebra I, a
American National Government and D d d5 0 0 0 0 4 0 EVENING SESSIONS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Nursing Assistant.For .
more information, please call The Altrusa Club Gainesville Is nrUWLLrLJW
964-5382. offering four $500 scholarships to

Humanities Added Santa students.Fe Community College 7 r.[:T

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munity College Andrews Center who meets womani owing criteria: FINI1 lkJ F1NA1.ppV5
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XOX 1 FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq. ft and 2,000 sq.ft. HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD Al metal FOR A FEMALE BLOOD-
FREE BOWHUNTING SEMINAR: Sat 301 South Southpolnt Plaza. 964- patented device controls fleas In the HOUND.We have a male,full blooded 205 N. Temple Starke
Would like to
8848 473-3627. TFN 3
or home without Pesticides. Results
urday June 30, 11 am-3 pm. HuntIng breed for or If have a puppy
RETAIL SHOWROOM/WAREHOUSE: overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY puppy you Cecelia TerwUlecar
bow broad-
techniques tuning
and for sale. Please call 964-5647.
320 S. Walnut Street. 3200 sq. ft 4QOLDKI3T. 6
heads and more. Bring your bows
4000 sq. ft. 964-6433 3 REGISTERED BRAHAMAS: Calves and
dot contest and free speed test.Brasington's BUILDING AND DRIVE FOR RENT: 207 bulls all ages. Very gentle. Prices RAILROAD LANTERNS KINGSLEY LAKE WATERFRONT RENTALSi2 Story, 4 Bedroom Home and a 1
Trail Shop. 2331 NW N. Temple Ave. Contact 864-3579. vary. Days t-752-5/61eves.1-752-; china keys, locks, silver. Joe Reiner. Bedroom cottage for rent weekly. Call today and reserve your vacation week
St. Gainesville. 372-0521.
13th TFN 3MOBILE 0679.8 Box 8632 Ft Lauderdale FL 33310.SINGLE .

male. Black and white sire and dam MALE PARENT BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 4 BR 3 1/2 BA. Over 2000 sf. CH/A ceramic tile
can be seen. $150 each. Call 782- DAUGHTERS, 8& 16. seeking Hve-in baths, on well manicured'lot (.86 ac.) $73,000
1985 CHEVY 4X4.: 3/4 ton Short wheel housekeeper In exchange for room
3314. 'HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beautlful view of Lake Sampson.
base. 964-8808. 2 FLEETWOODdotiblewide and board. Beautiful now home on
1984 MOBILE HOME PONY FOR SALE:Excellentfor kids very 'located In Brlmwood Point. 3BR/2BA Central Heat pump carpeted insulated'
1968 FORD PICKUP: 6 cyl. runs good bedroomand
with all the extras. $19.000 lake in Keystone Heights
$500.964-5323. 2 mall miniature Palamlne, $300; also Christian windows skylights, mahogany ext. door, sunken tub, ceiling fan, 2205 SF
balance and $1000 down.Assume the bath. Prefer non-drinking
5 yr.old Quartemorse,red mare.Goodat living 1537 SF wrap-around porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
1982 BUICK CENTURY: PW. power loan. Will pay to have moved to your horse how. $800.964.5323. lady. One child okay. 473-3627 room
door locks air conditioned. Auto- lot. Call 373-3423 altar 4pm or 964- 8 evenings. 11 financing to qualified buyer. $105,000
transmission.$1,000..Call 964- 4 BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM, 1'/ BATHS 2900 SF home on 2 Vi Acre of land. Call
9115 during the day. 2 GENTLE APPALOOSA MARES: One '
5381 after 8 p.m. 2 TV SPECIAL New 24x54 Only 19995. R/SA'LE'/ 'today for details.'PRESTIGIOUS .
: black App. filly; one App. red w/whlte HjM S
1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior Circle B Homes. Lake City, FL.. 1- spots colt Both one year old. Cat for _...., ". ,,,,,;'.,, ,... ,A. '" HOME In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA. fireplace, wood floor
good tires 302 Cl tour captain chairs 755-5114. 4 Information. 782-3089. 6 '..... _ J;.. .m_. r..' Many extras. 609 W. Call Street. $125,000
sofa AC/AT. PF PB. PL Good HUGE FACTORY OUTLET: Many major FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BH. 11/2 Bath 'COUNTRY CLUB AREAi3BR/2 BA, brkk home, fireplace, pool, hot tub immaculate -
condition. $5500. 7823660. TFN brands. Save Thousands! Over 40 CB home.Living room.dining.kitchen i condition. $125.000
2 homes to choose from. Circle B large family room w/tlreplace and builtin BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping. 3BR/3BA.
1985 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER: Runs Homes Lake City FL. 17555114. bar. Screened In back porch, small Must_ to believe I Call for Details
great$5000 or belt offer.468-2440. Open cal 7 p.m. 4 FIVE FA (LIES: Adult and teen clothes pool. Fenced backyard barn w/eleo- -NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the country. Hardwood floors, with 5
4 BR'S BIG 1990 28x70 With plywood (Liz Polo Izod.lea Levis).furniture 964-5647. 16STARK acres of land.Ham. Is priced to sell Call Today
1982 PONTIAC GRAN-PRIX. $1500 floors wood siding shingle roof plus dishes, pots and pans, linens books CITY LIMITS:$7.500 buys BR BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY CEDAR STONE home on 4 1/2 acre Only 4 yr*. old. 2
Firm. Call 964-2593. 2 free set-up and delivery$290 per mo. games. All good quality. Low prices. home plus extra building lot. Call 904- BR, 2 BA w/huge loft upstair All appl. Jenn-AIre, bathroom ceramic tile,
1978 LINCOLN: Excellent shape. Good Call Circle B Homes. Lake City. FL, 2nd house on left Lake Hampton 372-6881. 16 kitchen quarry tile.Sep. mud room, 1-lg. porch In front A creened-ln bock sunroom
running condition. Call 964-5116. 1-755-5114. 4 Oaks. 468-2760. Saturday. June 30 FOR SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA den with w/addt'l. carport Call today I
2 BANK REPOS 1985s and Up. Double- 9 am til 77 7 fireplace screened frontporch large FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD, Beautiful block home on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3
1960 CHEVY PICKUP: For restoration or wides $1,000 down payment; single- BIG YARD SALEII Two chairs,what nots, deck. Carpet Large lot. 964-6499. BR/2 BA. REDUCED to $79,000A
parts. Partially disassembled. Com- wides. $500 down payment. Everyone dishes lamps 8 ft wood ladder top- WONDERFUL BR HOME the country with 4 acre Beautifully maintained.
plete truck. Runs) $400.964-5244. can buy bad credit or no credit. per for small truck,dishwasher tools, FOR: .:'SALE:: =: CH/A. Must see to believe! Call today for an appointment.
2 Call Circle B Homes Lake City. FL. 1990 CRX rims etc. Saturday only ,
1978 CHEVROLET SILVERADO: 57.000 17555114. 4 8:30: am til ?? Rain cancels. 100 E. __ ... I MOBILE HOMES
actual m lies;one owner.Price 4000. 1985 FLEETWOOD: 2 BR w/add on 1 Market Road., off 301 North. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS
Call 964-5156. 2 BA. 14x55. Call 964-8808 anytime. 7MOVING $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/20'x30'pole barn, nice neighborhood Coll for

'68 MERCURY COUGAR: Restorable 4THREE SALE:Everything must go. Bunk 6946. 12ALUMINUM detail
$600; 73 T-Bird. $450. 4734295. BEDROOM. 2 BATH: 1974 Year beds, dressers, table set and much NEWSPAPER MUST SELL! 3 acre with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliance,
2 Model. 6000. 9646284.4LOSTFOUND more. Fri. A Sat. 9-5. Rain or shine, PLATES.Measures 24x36 septic tank well. Call today for detail
'86 MERCURY LYNX: Air. cruise exc. '" everything Inside.603 W.Pratt Street Inches.50 each. Great for patchingand BEAUTIFUL BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE On 1 Ac. Underground pool, double carport
MPG. $2800 trade up or down on ': :' "I 7GARAGE repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 W. garage, huge glassed-in sunroom large utility room. Doublewlde ha
Pickup or sports car. 964-8848,473- SALE: Baby clothes and toys Call St Starke. 12 been remodeled to look like a house you must see it to believe III I
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3627. : : :. .: :: : : J sz. 0-12 mo*.; adult clothes. Much HANDI! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings MOBILE HOME ON 2.S ACRES with above ground pool. Very well kept! .

1973 CHEVY 3/4 TON PICKUP: 350. V- FOUND: FEMALE YELLOW LAB. 7-11 more. Friday and Saturday, 93. Carter storage buildings, garages greenhouses Assumable mortgage.
8,4-Spaedtranl.,now exhaust master Mos. old. Free to a good home. 964- Rd. In Lawtey across RR tracks. NO DOWN PAYMENT.. Hwy
pads. Irs ugly-but a work 9778. 301! South 964-8848 TFN COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
$675 or trade. 964-4539. FREE TO GOOD HOME: 3 MO. TICK Classified Ads 1212X21 FANTASTIC INVESTMENT 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential.
2 HOUND PUPPY. Abandoned at our CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 3300 SF. Retail store and living quarter Asphalt driveway French drain
1973 PONTIAC CATAUNA: 74.000 orkj. gate; cannot keep. Call 964-8348. PAYMENT.Handi House portable
system several wells, and septic tanks. Price Reduced to Sell!
miles. PS/PB/AC/ 4-Dr. Good tires. Get Results buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964-
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco Home In City Limits. Zoned commercial -
400 eng.top shape. Looks like a tank, .OST: WALKER HUNTING DOG: Male. 6848 TFN 12 across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W.
rides like a Cadillac. 50000. 964- Reward if found. Call 964-5634.
and N. -2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 on SR 16-EI Great Investment, call to
4318 after 5 p.m. E. Bridges 5LOST
Water St 2 : MALE SABLE COLLIE Missing day.
since June 17 from CR 18 near Double
:REAL: ESTATE : Run Bridge between SR 100 and HANDYMAN SPECIAL I I
,I Hampton. Please return, child upset Country Club Estates Starke
lq"'T\qFi" \ : E4"" 468-2987 or 475-1414. 5 -IN CITY LIMITS 3 bedrooms, 1 bath stucco home. Owner finance, great rental
property. MUST SEEI I
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots Handsome White Brick Home on Large Corner Double Lot. OLD CONCRETE BLOCK HOME City limits on .75 Ac. Fixer-Upper $19.993

river access. $5950 each. No LOTS AND ACREAGETWO
Cedar Fenced.
money down. $71.41 month. Owner.
LOTS to build Butifullocatlan. Lakewood Estates. A
1-236-45790,1-622-2438 TFN Ready on. very
20 40 with 600 Ft of
x Pool) Sq. Decking. prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more information.
-2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot UO'xMO'. Ready to develop. Inestnadoy .
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'many extras. Priced to move.
2 Guest or Children's Bedrooms, each with own vanity. 1*I* PLUS ACRES ON BROWNIES RD. W Owner financing. Call today.
.3 AC. ON FORSYTH ROAD Great location for a beautiful home. Call today.
Large Guest Bath. .30 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced In, loaded with pines. Great Investment.
Located In lawtey area1.
Sunken Wet Bar/Breakfast Bar. FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N. 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine .

tree*. Hwy frontage of .00'appro. 1-well, 2 septic tanks A fenced pond. Call
Large Fieldstone 2-sided see thru fireplace. Today

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Sandra Terwillegar. . . . . . . . 964-4211

| HOUSING ** I REALTOR Central Vacuum System. Anne Terwillegar Brown . . . . . .473.7541

Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB President Recently carpeted, ceramic tiled and wall-papered. Cecelia Terwillegar . . . . .'. . . ..9647776a

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ERA Faulkner Realty Inc.Located Beautiful landscaping.

Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South o[C.R. 100 221 Lafayette Stl Greenhouse.

Immaculate Condition.
*J BR/2 BA IN CITY Fireplace in living room 2 window AC't, alto chain link

f.nc.d. This horn hoi many extras. 71.90 Price Bank appraised amount ft ft A ft A'ft: A A ftf ft
SELLER ANXIOUS, 2.45 Acres with 3 BR/I BA MH. Priced to sail at
26000. 53.90 First Mortgage 8 3/4% assumable.
*4 ACRES N. OF LAWTEY with 3 BR/I BA Home, CH/A also has 2 BR/I BA a Accelerated
trailer FOR RENT OR IN-LAWS. 36-90 Owner Terms. Realty, inc.

BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS Live on Sampson Lak., lot I00'x720''. 64-90
*,INCOME PRODUCING Chicken Farm with 3 BR/1 BA Home on 8 acres In Appraisal states "Kept up well with no signs of neglect."
Starke. 56-90
*3 lOTSi Each 75'x200 with lake prtviledges, all 3 lots, $7800. 28-90 Call 964-8384 or 964-8200 for appointment a 964-4544 a
*2IR/2 A IN CITY On 2 Acrei. This can be made Into 3 BR. 5-90
Hwy. SOl S. I 4 ba
BEAUTIFUL WOODED CORNER LOTS Country Club Estates. Own.r -

Finance 20-90 LAVERN it! Starke, FL

house 2.5 Acres full attic with stairs, 20'x24'workshop or garage. 38.90 a a

*2 GREAT BUILDING LOTS or one FANTASTIC building. Priced for quick sale. OUTLAW .homes .Lot >/AcreageVTaterfront
Owner financed. 89.89 thinking of buy in$ or selling1 Call ust
LARGE Aimed new Doublewlde mobile home on one acre. Assumable ' a x/Fanns .Commerclal

Mortgag. or up. to 90 percent new financing to qualified buyer, 3 BR/2 I 5.1. 35TH STREET A-Frame CH home, 3 BR/2 BA, Family Room, laundry

BA. 24.90 '"' '" You Full) Service Real Estate Office a Rm.. 10x16 Wood Utility Bldg. w/Water and Electricity. 2.79 Ac. a
*J BR/1 IA DOUBLEWIDI ON 1.5 ACRESi Astumoble mortgage to qualified HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm Frame House with Well and Septic. 3.B
buyer. 25-90 Acres.
EXTRA LARGE 28'x33' Doublewlde on 1 Acre BR/2 BA. CH/A, loaded Dayjd I. Dodg* a DALEWOOD SUBDIVISION! 3 BR/2 BA CB Home, Family Room, CH/A a

with extra, too many to mention. Financing available to qualified Range, Refrlg. and Dishwasher, 1800 SF. Landscaped lot.

buyer. 192.89 a SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick, Living\ Dining A Family a
IS ACRES on CR 225 Lawtey a great Investment for 32000. 175.89 I Rooms, CH/A 2310 SF, Porches, 2.8 Acres.
*74 ACRES OF CLEARED PASTURES All fenced 3 8R/1 BA Home will sell all ordlvld. ( COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/2 BA Frame, Llvlng-Dinlng-Kitchen Combo
.. 62.90 [T J REALTOR a I wI Snack Bar D.n. Screened Porch 3.62 Acres Pole Barn, Nice Cleared a

*CITY LOT: SOVxU Can be divided. City utilities available 12000. 69.90 ;Appraisaisjf otResfdence Farrn> Commercfar Business I Spot for Garden.
*PRICI REDUCTION Must see this 4 BR/2 BA with pool I Beautiful 1.3 Acres, a I 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 Vi BA CB A Frame, Large Family Room Laundry a
large garage. 51.90 Room Nice lot.
*ONLY S3S.S001 Walking distance .o....,..ping.; 3 BR/1 BA. CH/A. 68.90 PRICE REDUCED111. NEW BRICK HOME 4 BR/2 BA. Stove, Refrlg. A Dishwasher Sun Deck,
*LARGE HOME IN TOWN 4 BR/2 BA. Workshop In back 72.90 Excellent Buy hi s.....'. Finest Neighborhood a 2240 SF. Well A Septic 1 Acre. a
*HWY 1.WEST Small acreage Owner financing. 76.90 1/S On Center: Lot. Nice Outside Storage Bldg. i ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 3 BR/1 BA A-Frame w/Porches AH

*LAWTEYi 2 BR/1 BA, good. .tarter home. Only 25000. Owner financing Wl WANT AN 0"11t1l.1II1.WGargu. Round 2450 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well A Septic. On Paved
possible. 168-89 a j Road. a

*HWY:Ml SOUTH!Welding and Equipment Repair. Also paint shop and bottled D/W. 3/2 CH/A, All Appl. Pool, 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI' f QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story, Stove A Refrlg., Elect.
1 gas sale. Nice large workshop barn with 7 acre*. Immaculate 3 BR/2V1 CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 SR. 1 BA. In..p.n.lv.llvlng. a | Heat: Window AC, Well A Septic, 1 Acre. a
BA pool many extra Call for a private ihowlng. 191-89 EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Stucco 3/2. CH/A, FP, rge., rfg., D.W. CHURCH STREET 3 BR/I BA Frame A Brick CH/A 'Range, Refrlg.,
GREEN ACRESi 3 BR/2V4 BA brick veneer Owner will consider **3 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. ( Dishwasher A Fans, Nice Corner Lot.
financing. 93.89 .40 ACRESi Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawtey area. a LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1 IA Frame, Screened Porches, 14x16-Utility. a
*JUST OFF lOOAi 3 3/4 Acres beautiful/wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 LAKIFRONTl FI.h. Swim. Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beach.. I Building Well A Septic.

*HWY :Ml NORTH Just off Hwy 1 block 7 unit., paved parking. Each unit *37 ACRESiwoublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. a I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2 IA Doublawlde Mobile Home. CH/A, a
ha own CH/A. Purchase or .lease 201.89 *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. I Stove A Refrlg. Graham Area.

*EARLTON SEACHi Residential Building lot. Lake Prlvlledge 204-89 only. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .
*HWY 301 NORTH Approximately 30 Acres. 203-89 CONNSRLV ESTATES* SR 16 W. Stucco. 3/2 CH/A, F.pl. D/W, Rge. a I WALNUT STREET Two Building Suitable for Small Business. a
*LAWTSYi 3 BR/1 IA House on opprox. 3/4 acre beautiful shaded lot, priced ,.4.79 ACRES Well 2 .septic older MH optional. I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway plenty of warehouse space. '
to sell at$79.000. 207.89 .RICK /JiCH/A, walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. I HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home, 12x60 Mobile
i *SALVA A-fA Di With r '-ycres. has office, 2 garage buildings Extra .BEDFORD LAKES 2/1. CH/A. completely turn. Nice. 100x300. I Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tank and 4 Wall w/Pump on. a
building.JLieacaAsale*. >- 6-90 .NEAT a CLEAN 2/1. Heat a Air. Make appointment to see. ( j I 3 Acres.
*HWY MMIOjrmi Garage Building for sale oHease. 8-90 STARKE HISTORIC Renov. 6BR/3 1/2 IA. 6 fplc. Duplex. V Ac. S a I 'EAST CALL STREET Nice Office Bldg. Suitable.for Doctor or Dentist Praca
.CALL STREET EAST Building lot for sale. 9.90 .BEAUTIFUL 9 STORY bride a cedar fart,: home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acre*. I lice.
.,IN STARKIi CB, 3/1. CH/A. 1200) .'SF. 110x110 lot. SELECTED PROPERTIES

.EXCELLENT ARIA 372 .(Ick.CH/A. lOaxSOO lot.New roof. "1.000. a 140 ACRES Can be purchased In .20-Acre ,Tract, Planted Pine, Near. a
Call One qf Our Professionally .OVER S ACi Bride, 4/21/2. CH/A. fplc, over 21 Od SF All appliance I lawtey.

Trained Stajf Today..964-O069 *WATERFRONTiCrocby Lake canal. Doublewlde. CH/A. Rge., Refrlg. a I HOME BLDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water A Sewage, Owner Financing a
.FARM HOUSE I BARNS on 3 acre. Good area. Close to Starke. [HOME BLDO. LOTS Shady Oaks S/O. Breaker.

4/ter Hours Call These Realtor Associates: *2 STORY CEDAR 3600 .... 5 BR. 3 EM, CH/A 2 F.PI. rge., refrlg., D/w. Nice J FOUR S-ACRE TRACTS Breaker, Hwy. Frontage, Owner Financing.
i CRYSTAL LAKI HOMntTEi3 BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 ac. REDUCED a I THREE 2.ACItIItIVEItFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing. a
Irene L. ulkner..964-8142 .US 301 SOWN Urge trfple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus acre. I AFTER HOURS,
Darlene Godwln..468-2SO3 .LAWTEY ARIAS Brkk Cedar 2 story fenced 2 barns, :20 Acres. a I Wayne Douglas.44-MtJ Bill Dodd .7408 a
Warren Woody' Ryder..964-9O4O sYASSUMABU Non-Qualifying FHA loon.3/1,CH/A, good nelghbors.S3S.OOO.' |Novl Ward t44-74S4 sill Onenn.V644444ft

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PROGRAM MANAGER: Needed for will no
:, Qats: J'Q :: "' ,,: ','o Opening available In several areas longer be responsible/ for debts
.. ,,SAfJ; :VA" *() NtA'[ Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Incurred
,, '." ,I\H: M" '' ., : will pain For Info. can 708-742-8620 Facility located In Starke Flor by Ruby 8, Hines, effective
AMANA ext 362. 15 ida.Responsible for to June 6, 1990. 17
WASHER AND DRYER N_. day day operations
$500. Call 964-371. 12 : FITNESS MASTER SIERRA: Top of the VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C.t 2 RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY need and will participate In the devel- WANT TO DRINK,THATS YOUR BUSINESS
TOMATOES: U.Plck. 25 pound". $3.00. line ski machine,Paid $650. used 3 BR furnished cottage w/deck. Nice welders! with mechanical ability. Ap- opment of facility goals and services. WANT TO STOP? THAT'S
964-5128. 12 mo*.Asking $325 cash.Call before 4 mountain view. Convenient to attrac ply In person,Mon;Frl.8:304: p.m.at Qualifications: Masters Degree with 3 OURSI/ Alcoholics Anonymous, 064-
PEAS .' U-PICK: pm., 533-2369.12 tions. $200/wk. 964-7210. TFN Kustom Kerr Corp Reynolds Industrial yrs related Mental Health/Substance 36t9. 964-4150. 864-8614. 17
y cream, purple hulls.Blackeye 864-114., zipper PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted-a responsible u. .' "." .. Pak Hwy 16 fast. Green Cove Abuse/Residential experience.Supervisory BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976.
12TWO person to take on a tow monthly Springs, FL 15 experience in a residential Attorney instructed.Home Study Fin.
BOAT MOTORS FOR payment on a beautiful console pi :F.O'R.rF NTI AUTO :CHANIC$10.SO/hr.Yourarea. facility a plus:Starting salary$23,500- Aid, Free Catalog. SCI, 1-600-669-
112 hP and 1. 51/2 :One 3 ano.No money down.Call toll-free. 1-1 '":. :' '.'::.',' :,' "' ':', J No experience nneotsary. For Information $24,600. RESIDENTIAL TECHNI- 2555. 17 '
a; well. Both for$450.hp 964-2555.Johnson. Run 600-346-2450. 12FARMALLTRACTOR KINGSLEY LAKE 2 Ba 2 BA Double- call. 21 -769- 649, ext. FL- CIANS: Needed for Adolescent Substance LAWN MOWER REPAIR: Quick repairs
12 AND EQUIPMENT wide.Central air.dishwasher. Private 714. 13ATTENTION Abuse Resldental Facility located low prices.Waif Small Engines,224
.WAFERBOARD. 7/16" $5.99 Pressure work good.$2950; dinette table anJtwo pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752-' : ,POSTAL JOBSI Start In Starke. Florida. Qualifications Washington St, by railroad tracks
treated lumber builder ; chair, $35. Call 4734508. 4339. TFN 13 $11.41/hourl For application Info, call : AA degree with 2 yr*. related 964-7528. 17
Free Delivery. ball; collect hardware. 12 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH CONCRETE -602-838-6885.Ext.W-17283.,6am10pm Mental Health/Substance Abuse/ PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks -
for price: 25 INCH COLOR CONSOLE TV With 7 day.. 15'ATTENTION Roof Call
468-2624. STEPHEN SMITH LUMP : BLOCK HOME:Carpet,eat-In kitchen Residential experience. Additional driveways. Repairs.
,x' BER 7 mile South of Starke US- remote. Need work. Beautiful light cental heat and air. front porch rear : POSTAL JOBSI Start experience may be substituted for 964-6341. Terry Parks. TFNTALYA
P 301. 12 on walnut cabinet very well kept Asking deck Inside utilities $375/per month $11.41/hourl For application Info, call degree. All shifts needed Including 17
BOLENS 4 WD DIESEL TRACTOR- $75.00. Can be seen at 909 N. Thompson $400 deposit 1 year Ie.... 4 miles 1-602-838-8885, Ext. M-3493.,6 am- part-time weekends. Shift differential MOORE:From 12/15/89 on I am
BACKHOE: Front loader, disk, bush St 12 north of Starke on US 301 to N.E.50th 10pm, 7daye. 15 with co benefits.Starting sal.$13,000- no longer responsible for!this persons
;, 500 hour 964-8848, 4733627. 4x8 UTILITY TRAILER road-ready, East to dead end turn right follow IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR 11-7 $14,850. Deadline all applications, debts.Itl STEPHEN D. MOORE.
: 12 blinker and brake lights ready. Just signs. Showing Friday and Saturday SHIFTS:Milt have DPR license.Call July 3, 1990. Send resume toBRADFORDPUTNAMUNIONGUID WILL
NEW2Po. (Sofa & Chair). $450 Used right for lawn mower,garbage orwhat 10-3. 1-778-O314. 13 Betty layton Respiratory Therapist I BABYSIT YOUR CHILDREN In my
r" refrigerator, $120 new ; size have you. Asking $250.00. Can be 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME:In at Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital 259- ANCE CLINICS INC.,P.O.Box 1177 home days. Cad 964-7321.

I t" bras bed $1 JiG. Call; 782-1423 queen after seen-at 909 N. .StL __. the country. Unfurnished, no pet*. SEAMSTRESS 3151.15' : Full time. Alterations ,Starke..FL 32091. EOE, 15 17CARPET '
8p.m. 12 ,'" .. : : : : Energy EH. $400/mo.. $200 deposit $250 or part NEED SALESPERSON: In Starke. No SHAMPOOING: Better than
DINING TABLE WITH 8 CHAIRS 4 sets :) Now taklno aoollcation 9645734. only. per week. Call 371- experience necessary.Call 752-5355. Steaml $25/flrst room; $10 each
; ZZA7IIIFURNISHED 1824 In Gainesville, TFN 15
dishes, 2 Iron skillet, electric percolator . EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Low Rent Air IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR HEAD additional room. CC Cleaning Serv
1ce,782-3089. 17
s:, Pratt.St toaster 964-7739.battery charger.12 791 ROOM WITH AIR.all unities conditioned Ing. South of Clean.Starke No on dope 301.or drink-964- SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC: PERSONAL SERVICESLET CHILD CARE: For the working mom. Afternoons -

., BOAT TRAILER: 21 ft. paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 5687. TFN 13 Contact Robert Schneider.4814361. night and weekends. For

I axle. No rust Also heavy have duty 18 tandem ft Starke MAGNOLIA In front HOTEL.of Walnut St TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $225 ATTENTION Max-E Corporation.: GOVERNMENT 15 JOBS US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK': dependable,good child care call964-
Post Office. 8522.17
g t boat for sale. AI Young, 964- 918.i 13VACATION per month $100 deposit Call 964- YOUR AREA: $17.840-$69.485. Call Residential and Commercial, reason- DIVORCES. $95-$150 INCORPORATIONS
8614.13 ;
12SATELUTE able rates, FREE estimates
., DISH:With receiver and de- St AugustlneBeach.Parkhomeswith RENTAL Rent on beautiful EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: with Cable '15PEPO 1-602-838-8885. Ext. R-17283. In Houses Pools,Mobile Specializing Homes- $75; WILLS, $35-$50. Many
scrambler and remote.Complete and and HBO.Temple Motel,Starke.964-' Businesses Call R & S PRESSUREWASHING more services available at affordable
large ,everything furnished.Day. 7357. 13 now prices.: Call 964-2700. Bradford Secretarial -
work good.Orig.$2000-Now$1200. Randy, 964-3477/964-
week or month. Pool, tennis, taking applications for cashier/clerk. Inc. for free Infor
ocean. TRAILER IN COUNTRY:Clean,carpeted .
7823660. tfn 5610
t 12 or Stefan 964-2281.tfn
Call Apply at Pap-0. 620 S. Walnut SL,
Bobbie 1-471-5638, 13 mation. 17
BLACK LACOUER FURNITURE Full 60x14 2 BR. Large living room and 17
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTWITH CITY kitchen nice One Phone WE DO REMODELING: Build decks or
Living Room set with accessories. ; yard; quiet area. SECRETARY skids and STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
WATER. SEWERCABLE TV 2 typing a porches, additions. No too small.
BR child max. Meng Road and 21st Job
> Black and grey tweed XLG sofa with 1 Dairy must Pays attention details.Pleas- SALES AND SERVICE: All make
BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 Free estimate. Can 964-3650.
XLG throw pillows,has black lao.trim; MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY SL $245/per mo. plus deposit 468- ant conservative dress dependable and models cleaned oiled and adjusted 17WILL ,
t two matching chairs;two end table; 2305. 13 Interested permanent position.Must $15. New and used sewing
'. one foyer table; one cocktail table; 7498 TFN work Saturdays. Only experiencedneed machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan .
13 964-3426. 17
f. entertainment i with shelv MENT: Clean and quiet Adults only. Road) 964-8733 TFN 17
center glass Call for
: Weekdays
830 N. Temple Ave. Houck .
Apt :
$1200 or best offer. 964-7927. NOEGEL'S FENCE: installed. Free estimates -
pointment Bring resume.
Int. lots for rent, water and sewer fur- 964-9424. 13 only. 6 am-6 pm. $35 wk one child,
t nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: Just remodeled. AUTO SALES 1018 N.Temple Ave., HANDYMAN FENCE CO., reasonable rates for more. than one.
ROYAL DAULTON china Coronetta" owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559.
934-6461. ask for Connie. 15
TFN 13 Griffis Loop. 9642349. 17
I: pattern; Fostorla crystal. 964-7927. HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for FURNISHED$350 per month. Can 964- 512. tin DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM AIDE: TFN 17 FOUND: FEMALE YELLOW LAB. 7-11
12 APARTMENT:3 rooms and ALTERATIONSzippers: hems buttonholes -
Close One (1)) Halt-Time Position. Neededto Mos.old. Free to home. 964-
rent to prison. Call 468-1323. a good
F FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL.MuCh: MOBILE HOMES bath.Utilities furnished Call9i ::070. instruct adult clients activities of patches.eto. Drop off and pickup 9778.
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 3 BR HOME NEAR 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964-
for landscaping. 782-3140. tfn STATE PRISON:$230 dally living,educational prevocational -
Bedrooms. Near Prison can EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and
12PIANO 964- month $100 Call clerical skills. AA 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from
c 6115 per sec. deposit ( ) degree, or
or 468-1323. TFN for Infant In
13 care Ex-
FOR SALE: Excellent condition, NOW 964-7650 or 964-8681. 13 High School with 2 yrs.experience In Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFNHANDY your my
HIRING cellent references. 9643521.
; Call or782-3869alt LEGAL SECRETARY/ 2 BR,2 BA MOBILE HOME 17
$500. 782-3500. r PARALEGAL : $200 permo. teaching recreational, occupational,
8 p.m. Availability immediate. Outside pet only.Call for appointment health or rehab services desired. Sal- MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting.
DOCKSiOR Send resumes to: P.O. Drawer A, Plumbing Electrical,Decks,Additions
FLOATING MATERIAL to Starke mornings 7-9; afternoon after 6pm. ary range $4,375-$7,250. Send res-
build it. Very portable. 757-5810. 2 32091. 13 964-5630. 13 ume to BRADFORD-PUTNAM- Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.
;; 12 BEDROOMAPARTMENTSacond 2 BR MOBILE HOME:furnished or unfurnished UNION GUIDANCE CLINICS, INC.. Local references.Woody Hewitt, 964-
:; BLUEBERRIES: Lawtey.Nice,firm and Stove refrig., and gas Included. No $210 mo.,$100 deposit 964- P.O Box 1177. Starke. FL 32091. 5405. TFN17
r:" In season. 782-3344. 12 pets.13HANDYMAN$65 per week. Call 964-8498. 8704. 13 EOE. 15
:Keystone -
Call 782-3397.
: Good Condition.
Heights. Call 964-8848 or 4733627.3BEDROOM.2BATHDOUBLEWIDE:1.
1 E WASHER AND DRYER: $250 for both.
White,Whirlpool. In very good condi 2 Ao lot in : /
lion. Call964- 512. 12 country. 468-1323 or 964- PEOPLE WHO CARE
6115 after 8p.m. TFN 13
City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN


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82 Toyota Tercel $1995 If you are at least 18 years old or a high school senior and if you For Information concerning the above positions

4 Dr.. AT;AC. #3215 are fluent in a language other than English there be some call: Nancy Norman

t 80 Ford Futura special opportunities open to you.An equaiopportunity employer. Director of Personnel
$1495 available in the and Alachua Counties.For infor-
2 Dr.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 3324 Jobs are Clay BRADFORD HOSPITAL
mation call the Gainesville District Office 9043386150. 922 East Call Street

83 Chevy Chevette $1395 Starke. Florida 32091

2 Dr., AT. AC. 3381 CENSUS '90It (904) 964-60OO ext. 346

r 81 Mazda.B2000 P/U $1495 Pays To Get The Facts An Equal Opportunity Employer

,- 4 Cyl.. 4 Sp.. #3309t'
S199POWM $r< $40 PER-WEEK
84 Chevy
y 2 Dr. 4 Sp.. AC. 53.000 Ml. 03371 $2495 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
Eves &: Weekends: 964-7578
80 Honda Prelude $1995

r .. 2 Dr.. S Sp. AC. Sunroof. 03374 Well Drilling Jk

.83 Dodge Aries $2495 [Residential & Irrigation ,
4 PB. AC. 03146
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82 Ford Fairmont $2695 anm Sales &

4 Dr. 6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 03387 BRICK HOMI WITH FISH PONDi Approximately 2 Aare Ralford.lovely coun- Service On
try horn with lots of extra*. Extra large living room wllh attractive fireplace,
75 D 8dE'g p 83,000 $2695 country ttyl kitchen-dining room with largo boy-window looking out over the All Makes 964406 1 '
to <( VS. Ml. acreage and FISH POND. Horn hoe 3 bedroom. 2 both and kitchen comes
,, quipped with refrigerator. Hove and dUhwaiher.With plenty of tree including Lie 1305
Ei j 81 Pontiac Firebird 2995 various kind of fruit alto flower and vegetable that surround the
V6. AT. PS. PB. AC 03379 home make for a lovely country home .Itlng. Shown by appointment only.
: Please call for more Information and APPOINTMENT TO SEE. a
82 Pontiac J2000 $2895SO FRAME HOMI AND 1/2 CITY BLOCK ON SR.121r LAM SUTLERi Ideal pot for A heat T
4 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 3372 Investment In lake Butler whether It be for homeowner or used. a*q rental or pump
'if: even commercial (ubject to land-u plan). Owner will finance with term
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will be owner financed to qualified buyer. Property I I. partially wooded and

'!- 80 Buick Real 2995 would make for a .beautiful -hometlte. Call for.direction and appointment to comfortablewith. 1/ p

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1" 83 Ford Mustang $3495 In Union County: Brookor Area, New River Area >Buy Uu Tnuu>iJ.1200.*.pan* ...... ....... .

\: '+ V6. AT. PS. 4 Have buyer welting tejqxcl)*** *....> *."'" ((object. to location and I It1'*bound to provide*.lon(.tubafoehnj
price). PHASE CALLltfoum + these type**! ropertto end would allow u. --, of comfort. BcctiKC the XL
,t't$6991DOWNlt:J1'01:610$45: ERWEEK'v) la how them.THAN io( .-jttM need house In city limit ef Sterile, net ever s-r 1 ;! IJOOWbiUiertroo r hot puny h.becfad"by u cabal muiiActurert 10:year *
$2SOOO with owner owner fI........... ; altN. Unil lftmllLJOIIbothdle c!mDnMOf JJc a.!plu.2rsnoup.ds. And
Olds Cutlass 1I J4'-, I the unlfi super hltfi IIdaICJ: hrlpa ROt >i 4Mifr UJM all nt:bit.n. .
83 $42.15 r : -- ---,--- --- ------.- ---- -r w- -- coder kr mote detalY .1200 heat pump Fln inta<( cnlkblc.COWART .
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-40 WOODED NEAR ILLISVtllEs Over 40 acre of wood and very ;
85 Ford EXP $389S I secluded In Columbia County. Surrounded by timberer. company and by old '
4 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB AC. 58.000 MI. -form. Owner will acc.pt 20 percent down and buyer con assume mortgage
'f' with eml-annual payment If you wont privacy, THIS IS IT.....

84 Dodge Daytona $3895 JANE..USHER REALTOR .J, Air Conditioning Contractors ,
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I [[ KeystoneAreas. ] SATELLITE down.divorce Still SVSTEM-reposiessed$39/mo.FOR under SALE warranty.12721031.4tchg6t4212B75 Nothing due. to. [ Union :County Area .Ads]] : ':;'t." **,rMOBILE

SATELLITE SVSTEM-LIke new. 6 fno. old w ',
FURNITURE FOR RENT with$49/roo.scrambler. Nothing 12721018.down. FOR SALE HELP WANTED HOMES ..

FLORAl-Eerthtones-Wood-trlmmtd 7 LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes. 4chg6.U-2t-2B-7/5 FOR SALE ?
piece living room suit*. Excellent con $145/$155 per month lake Geneva TRAVEL TRAILER-AVION 27', Good con BILL'S APPLIANCE USED SALES AND AMBITIOUS SELF-STARTERS needed to ..
dition. $1200 obo. 475-1554. Rentals, 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-91 dition. $1200. Small freeier-SSO. Bar REPAIR SERVICE Buy some, sell some, demonstrate Christmas Around the 187 ZIMMER DOUBLEWIDE 1500 square .
2tpd6-21-28 GARAGE/DEN-1800 Sq. Ft. 3BR/2BA refrlgerator-$50. LR Set (Early Amer.) trade some, fl* some. 496-2090, 4lpd. World merchandise. Work own hours. ft. Carporf screen porch 3 BR 2 BA
DININQROOMTABLE,handmade solid home. $475/mo. plus dep. 2640195. Sofa chair, 2 tables. $175. 4/12-4/26 then TFN. Free kit. No Investment. Also booking fireplace, Harder) tub. Call 15263236.
pine. and five cI1a rl. 75.00; Colt 3BR BLOCK-Home on beautiful tok.f rent 473-0661.1tpd6-28 TRAILER HITCH for full size ruck. $80. parties. Phone 9044963248. 4tpd. TV SPECIAL New 24X64 Only 19995.
Combat Commander .45 cal. auto- lot. CH/A. Many extras I $600/mo. plus USED MICHELIN-Front diesel tire. Call 964-8791 ask for Jaion TFN. 67628. Circle B Homes lake City 755-5114.
matic. $300. 533-3428. day; 473- d.p. Call 4737818. 3tchg6-21-28-7/S ((11-24-5)) 65 percent rubber. $225 cash. ATTENTION I EARN MONEY TYPING AT HUCR FACTORY OUTLET Many major .-
2613 evening, leave mig. COTTAGE W/ACCESS-to Santa Fe Lake. Call 473-0623 after 4 p.m. ltpd6-28 PERSONAL SERVICES HOME 32,000/yr. Income potential. brands. Save thousands, over 40
18 Details, 1-602-83B-8BB5 Ext. T9127.
1BR/1BA. No pets/children. Couple or
homes to choose from.Circle B Homes.
single' man. 4752328. 2tcha:! >28 REWARD 7 3tpd 6/28 7/12. Lake City. 755-5114. Open until 7 p.m.
\ 2 BA Mobile Home. NW 28th Ave. man Well and S.fIIcITank I Inc. 284 per hour. For application Info call
set $650 dw. day. $183 month. ..
up. per
A for the of
REWARD-IS offered
l LADIES-Need extra $$$ to make ..nd.m..t Close to Starke. $275/Month. 473- lost a inch((waYer wells. Pumpt- sales, service 1-602-838-8883. Ext. M9127. 6a.m.10p.m. We finance. Call 755-51 I 14. .Circle B
gold Seiko watch 6/20 at Lowry .
7 .
for vacation? Installation septic tank, 1111.tallon.
or summer 4903. 13
Homes lake City. "' 5.
Lake, Camp ..Blapdlnj.!>> 475-1603. I GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR |
Christmas Around the World hat Immediate New Installation, dralnfleldrepairs. 1991 FLEETWOOD $899 RDER ..
openings In your area. Great SERVICESBILL'S 1Ich .28 Contact Bryan (Skeeter) ARIA I $17,840$69,485.. Coll SINGLEWIDE$ dnly they "-.
pay and work from your home. For LtJST Jones-275-2004- Jones- 275.2716. 1-602-838-8883, Ext. R-9127. 3tpd.6/14, are 14 ft. wldel I Ware dealing and we
details call Beckle-473-2704. LAWN SERVICE-Mowlng. raking Alter 6 p.m.State licensedAll workguaranteed ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING want your business. Call Steve at First
2tcho6-21-28 edging. Coll 4730165. -Iree estimates. 1/25 Stpd. BOOKS I $32,000/year Income poten Coast Mobile Homes. 752-1452.
EXTRA COOK-Needed fulltime.Buddy's ROOFING-AM;types-shingling, hot tor, A SIGNET Erolne RING-"S"on sides.on GREAT top w/sentimental Bob and tial. Detail ((1)) 602 838-6385. Ext. 1991 HOMES ARE HEREI I 1990 models are
Lakefront Restaurant near FOR RENT BK9127. reducedSave to 20 We
'aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for freeestimate. value. Call 473-2807 anytime or up percent.
Mel rose. 4682080. 21chg62128DISHWASHERBusboy 473-7073. 4tpd6. ATTENTION I GOVERNMENT HOMES have 24 homes In stock which will be liquidated
needed full-time. cleaning. Particular 473-7794 alter 2 p.m. 1tchg6-28 ..2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME residential FROM $1 (U-Repalrl) Dellquent tax by July 15th so don't miss out
Buddy's Lakefront Restaurant near / about who comes in your home? area. Good condition. No air condi property. Repossessions. Call ((1)) on the best deals available In 19901
Mclrose. 4682080. 21chg6-21-28 Call me-16 yr resident. References. YARD SALES tioning. Rent $180 per month. $100 602.13.-..", Ext.GH-9127.3tpd. t/21 Call Steve First Coast Mobil. Homes. ,
DAY CARE WORKERS-Meeded. Applications 473-4050. ltpd6-28 security deposit. Call 4963452. Nights PERSONAL CARl WORKER PART TIM 7521452.
now being taken for nursery thru HOUSE CLEANING-Relioble. dependable SATURDAY a.m. to 2 p.m. No early and weekends. 2tpd. 6/21 6/28. $3.80 per hour. The Incumbent will WE NEED TRADE.INS! We will give' you
school age. 3.6 hour dally Mon-Frl. Christian lady. Weekly, bimonthly birds lots of baby items 8103 Guital- assist elderly with bathing, dressing top dollar for your used mobile home.
For Information call 473-3981. and monthly. Reasonable son Road. 4732843. ltpd6-28 ambulation housekeeping, supervision All of our used homes are gone.
2tchg6-26-7-5 ral... References available. Call eIO CRYSTAl-lake Road. Saturday NOTICE emotional security, eating, and Example12X60, $4500. 14X60
PART TIME BARTENDING & FLOOR 6592607. ltchg6-28 Jun. 30 ONLY off Hwy 100 and Brad. supervision of self-administered $7000-or moredepending on condi
WORK.Smith Lake Bar ask for Ton) FLOOR SAGQIN.DOOR ford County 18 across lake from air. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted medications. Nurses-aide Certification tion. Call Steve, First Coast Mobil.
Hall 473-4534. TFN 15 DRAG GIN.HOUSE OUT OF port. 1Ipd628CHRISTMAS.ln to the Union County Times office Valid Florida Drivers license, and Homes. 752-1452. Itpd. 6/21
LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Servicefor June-shoppers dream. 9 In writing and paid In advance Vehicle Insurance. Must be a residentof MOBILE HOME FOR' RENT Rent or
NOTICE all your foundation repairs. 473- a.m. to 2 p.m. Furniture toys, dolls, unless credit Is already establishedwith Union County. Send Resume to purchase- $160-$200 monthly securiVy
7721. TFN 17 clothes.and more. Corner of Satsuma this office. Sjwannee River Economic Council deposit required. Sid's Park behind
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: and South Lawrence. 1tpd6-28 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Inc.. P.O. Box 70 Live Oak Fl. 32060. SSS. TFN 628.
to the Lak. Region Monitor office Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Deadline for submission of resume: 1910 HERITAGE 14X56 2 BR, Mobil.
In writing and paid In advance prices also drain line repairs.Starke. WANTEDNEED CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 7/6/90 at 4:30: p.m.AFFORDABLE. Home $4900. "496-2600 9 to 5, TFN 6/7.
unless' credit Is already established 064-8121. TFN 17 THE TELEPHONE. 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME unfurnishedstove
with this office.MONITOR SWEET ADVENTUROUS CHRISTIAN A SITTERT-For your elderly mother Classllled deadline Is MONDAY, 5 and refrldgerator. $250 month.
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD GENTLEMAN, 56 6' tall 194 Ibs or father? OR a nice place for them to P.M., prior to Thursday publication. $I.I.S"c.. Dep. Call 496-2929. 2tpd.RESPIRATORY .
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN widowed divorced. Flexible loving live? Call NANCY at"73- 669 anytime Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 ttta'
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER generous romantic homeloving.No 4tpd6-21-28/7-5-12 then 15 cents for each word therealter. T.H.E
THE TELEPHONE. dependents,loves kids/Don't smoke $1000 REWARD for Information leadingto CARESPECIALIST
Classified deadline I is 11:00 a.m.Tuesday drink or do drugs. All my highs are ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian gentleman the arr.st and conviction of persons
prior to Thursday's publication. God's gifts. Looking for sweet lady 56 years of age, healthy, responsible for the disappearance of APARTMENTS /
Minimum charge Is$3.50 for 15 words, who will bury her pnde.Answer this happy and fun, needs roommate to Frank Rigdon's walker dons. 4963894. PRACTITIONERNorth
then 15 cents for each additional word. quality ad-allow me to spoil you as share my home at Lake Brooklyn, 1/ LOST-REWARD GIVEN Surveying equipment O22 E. Brownlee St.
II bills are mailed out there will be a my friend, then as my wife ill Jesus 2 mi. from new Miller's Mall Key- looks like a small metal yellowbox Camp Blandlng Rd. Florida Reception Center
$3.00 billing charge. calls us home. Recent phot please. stone Heights. Total cost, rent, utility on the end of a yellow pipe, lost Starke. FL 32O91 currently has an evening shift
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 Write P.O. Box 788 Keystone phone A/C, only $150 per mo. along highway on Jun. 14, 1990. North available for a Respiratory Care
Keystone His., Fl 32656 Heights FL 32656 or call between 6 plus $100 deposit. Call Don, 473- Florida Surveying. 496-3999. Itpd. 964-7133 Specialist/Practitioner. Completion
am and 9:30: 473-0301 0301.6 am til 10 pm. 11 6/21.
pm of
Respiratory Therapy Technician
2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with
laundry & large playground.FREE training program plus two years
s : 0 experience in Respiratory Therapy is

Electricity first month. required.For .
ENJOY THE COOL TOUCH OF Rent 30% of your monthly Income
MAINTENANCE-FREE CERAMIC TILE THIS SUMMER If you quality. more information,please call
-If you earn 83.35 per: hr.. 40 hra. a 904-496-2222 or send resume to:
Replace iri : week& have 3 dependents), your
your !stock t Dennis Devost, NORTH FLORIDA
CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke. 964-6133 Indoor-outdoor carpet with ... \ rent would be about $112 a monthor RECEPTION
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Monusud Tile available t, $3.73 per day for day. left In the
In a variety of colors. .Group,,1 I:\,Colors! 9NI4'i.Don.t ,. month, for move-In after the first 628. Lake Butler. FL 32054.
Qualified Singles Accepted.
BRADFORD-UNION VOCATIONAL forget to ask about "' tour -/ "q\J Move-In coat can be as low as Equal Opportunity Employer.
Pee Dee Pavers. $10.00 Income Preference in appointment will be
&1c. 8 Housing given to eligible veterans and
TECHNICAL CENTER 2408 N. Waldo Road @r Rent jar 30% spouses of veterans.
of Your Income
377-5344 I Equal Housing If You Qualify ....
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JWHEN: July 7, 199) (Saturday)

July 14, 1990 (Saturday) We have just one little problem. Too many cars .and not enough space. By our selling

over 300% of Ford's sales objective we are loaded with clean extra sharp trade-ins.
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COURSE DESCRIPTION: General Knowledge Combination .'iiMHM

Vehicles,Air Brakes All Endorsements '85 TRANS AM '89 MERCURY SABLE 89 CROWN VICTORIA '87-'88 AEROSTARS! '89 PROBE GL,

(The first three topics will be covered on\the first day of class,the last topic on the last day.)
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Center on or before July 3, 1990. 3toehoo&falhV-0 _AC._
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I Bradford County Traffic Court Finals I.

Cases tried In June In the Bradford guilty, adjudicated ffie$nz. damage or personal injury found driver's license, is mailing check for speed limit, license suspended. stoplamps and turn signals, license
County. Court, Traffic Division Maria Media gulltYf ed no contest guilty, adjudicated guilty, fine 12025. EfvUm' Figuerdo, DWLS 12025. suspended.
...: to DUI,continuance granted for $437.50 license suspended 6 months, Jill Dean Lormand, expired tag Also exceeding posted speed limit,
William Earl Crocker pled no contest disposition. attend DUI school, 50 hours com- more than 4 months, dismissed. license suspended. Misdemeanor...
to driving while license uspend- Gurnle Lee Jernigan pled no con- munity service work, probation 1 John Thomas Woolvln, license James Lewis Jamison, willful
eel or revoked fine$1..110. withheld, presented valid tag, fleeing police officer, adjudication unlawful speed.Capias police officer, driving while license battery, found guilty, adjudication
Randall Ed VanUuel pled no contest no contest to withheld, $52 court costs, probation suspended, $120.25 each charge. withheld, fine $172.75 probation 90
to willful and wanton reckless driving whilepled suspended, concurrent. Charge of failure to Issued... Richard Shannon Lynd, DWLS
DWLS, adjudicated guilty on presented valid driver's license, ad- obey traffic control device, drivingon $120.25. Mary S. McClellan pled no contestto
reckless driving,fine$251.50. judication withheld, $52 court costs. wrong side of road, running stop Joseph Edward Dixon,expired tag Arthur Smith, Issue worthless retail theft, found guilty, ad-
George William Anders pled no Sean Stuart Parker pled guilty to sign, driving without lights, alldismissed. more than .4 months, 12025. check, $100 fine. judicated guilty, 6 months probation
contest to DWLS. found guilty, adjudicated driving while license suspended, Willie Edward Dozier DWLS Ted Edgar Manning, DUI $1,000 50 hours community service
guilty, fine$199. Also pled disposition continued until 7/17/90. Alexander Barcia, no valid 12025. also exceed posted zone and DWLS $150. Also improper work, violate no laws.
no contest to Improper lane change Blake Allen Parrish pled guilty to
found guilty,adjudicated guilty,fine driving while license suspended,
James presented valid driver's license, CHALK UP BIG SAVINGSAT
Robert Bell pled guilty to dismissed.
DUI,adjudicated guilty,fine$437.50. Douglas Edward Redding pled
license suspended 6 months, attend guilty to allowing unauthorized per- FASHION STOP'SENTIRE
DUI school,50 hours community service son to drive, found guilty, ad-
work, probation 1 year. Also pl- judicated guilty, fine$120.25.
ed no contest to driving while 1 license Clarence L. Rutledge charged
suspended or revoked, adjudicated with expired driver's license more C t Y1Y'"
guilty, fine $199, 1 year probation than .4 months, presented valid
concurrent. Also pled guilty to license, adjudication withheld,
unlawful speed, adjudicated guilty, dismissed. -
fiDe $172, probation 1 year concur Mark Anthony Smith pled no con-
test to no tag.Adjudication withheld,
rent.Richard Carter pled guilty to DUI, cost suspended. Also pled no contestto
adjudicated gull,fine$1,225 with 6 driving while license suspended,
months to suspended 6 presented valid license, adjudication -
months, attend DUI school, proba- withheld, $52 court costs.
tion 1 year.Lintally Ronald Keith Spence pled no con-
test to driving while license suspended -
A. Chandler pled no contest adjudication withheld, $52 court
to violation of driver's license costs.
restrictions, presented valid Robert Earl Terrell pled guilty to
driver's license, dismissed. driving while license suspended, ad- .
Roderick Desue pled no contest to judicated guilty,fine$120.25, proba- FRIDAY
driving while license suspended or tion. Also pled guilty to impropertag 130 700/0 I
revoked, found auUtyl fine 12025. ,adjudication withheld,$52 court
Also pled no improper tag, costs, 60 days probation. &
,fine 12025. Kimberly G. Thompson SUMMER
Step Lamont Early, contest to no valid driver's license, SATURDAY
while license suspended or revoke adjudication withheld, continuance
presented valid license, dismissed. granted to present valid license, $52 STOCK 29-3O
Linda Jo Fernandez DUI, fine court costs. Also pled no contest to
$437.50, license suspended 6 months, improper display of tag, conti- F H N
attend DUI school, 50 hours community nuance granted to present valid tag. REDUCED 1O am-6 pm
service work, probation 1 If valid license and tag not
year. Also improper lane change presented, fine 120.25 each charge. TO
fine$52, probation concurrent. Susan H. Tucker charged with
Loretta Dawn Fowler pled no con- violation of driver's license restric- Mastercard ft Visa Welcome
test to DUI,found guilty, continued tions, dismissed. Also charged with
until 7/17/90. child restraint violation. .paid $32 452 N. Temple Ave. e 964-5772
James Flowers pled no contest to
driving while license suspended or fine.Roy Edward Conway found guiltyof
revoked found guilty, adjudicated DUI adjudicated guilty, fine
guilty, fine$120.25,10 days in jail. 437.50, license suspended 8 months,
Jerlmy Pate Gassett pled guilty to attend DUI school, 50 hours com-
driving while license suspended or munity service work,probation.
revoked, found guilty, fine $120.25. Whestley L. Lamb pled no contestto
Also pled guilty to exceeding a DUI, found guilty, adjudicated
posted zone speed limit on a guilty,fine$700, license suspended 6
municipal street, found guilty, fine months, attend DUI school,50 hours
community service work, probation
$184.David Lee Green pled guilty to 1 year.
DUI found guilty,adjudicated guilty Robert Neal $
fine $700, license suspended 6 DUll found guilty, adjudicatedy OOOO Minimum Tirade AllowanceTERWILLEGAR
months, attend DUI school, proba- fine $700, license suspended 6
tion 1 year. Also pled guilty to driv- months, probation. Also pled guilty
ing while license suspended, fine careless driving, found guilty, adjudicated -
$120.25,probation 1 year concurrent. guilty, fine$52. Failure to
Edward Wilber Harris pled guiltyto leave information dismissed Also
Improper driver's license pled guilty to failure to immediately MOTORS
(nonresident), found guilty ad- report accident, found guilty, fine
judicated guilty,fine 12025.Also pl- $32 probation.
'ed guilty to exceeding posted zone Gabriel Garet Sparks pled no lo

speed Jj.nJl.on) ,,a,state_load, found. contendre to DUI with property Hwy. 100 & 964-7200 .
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1990 F150133 W.B. 1990 Rangers108 W.B.. .

Lawtey Man on Probationguilty JgJ:5e c+ 0.

Tilt Power Locks& XLT lariat,Air Cond., Deep Dish Alum.Wheels,Tach. Q
on the aggravated baL from 302 V8,Auto,0.0.Trans., Speed, ,.oS'
Carl Edwin Griffis Jr., 33, of Windows,XLT, LOADED AMIFM Stereo Cass., LOADED
sentenced to probation
Lawtey was
Griffis was sentenced to one
Tuesday,June 19,after a December
reduced to year's probation on the trespassing
burglary charged was
charge and six months probation on
tress pass Ing.Griffis The w
with the criminal charge. _
was charged sentence will ._
six months probation __
burglary,criminal mischief and aggravated _
run concurrent to one year -
In December
battery his sentence and both probation _
1989 after he allegedly broke Into
ex-wife's Southern Villas residence sentence sentences in will a federal run concurrent case. with a ++ I n
through a kitchen window. ewnw
According to the arresting officer, I
Griffis allegedly entered the apart- Inmate GuiltyPossession
I .
ment and hit victim Daniel Starlingin y
the face with a pan. of Weapon ,
According to court records ad- Gerald McCloud was adjudged
judication of guilt was withheld by guilty of possession of a weapon by a
the judge after the jury returned a lo
state inmate after pleading no
verdict of guilty with the burglary contendre.He .
charge being reduced to a lesser was sentenced to the Depart- $70000 $1 00000 REBATE
charge of trespassing in an occupied ment of Corrections for six years to REBATE
structure.The jury also ruled Griffis run consecutively to the sentence he

guilty Jury of criminal returned mischief.The a verdict. of not is presently serving. choose 1990 Festiva L Plus 1990 Tempo G.L 4 Dr. chore

OLARPOWEREDGATEOPENERIIIIII frOm Air Cond., 5 Speed Trans. Air Cond.,Automatic Trans.,Tilt Wheel Speed Control : ao

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Frances I. GriffisMrs. Benjamin Starling Sr. Iness. Born in the Theressa com- "; one sister, Harriet Webster of where she has since resided. She We wish to thank the many frit... munity, she was a longtime residentof Milford CT one brother Albert Bennett"Blue" and relatives for their love exun ,
Frances Irene Griffis, 88 of Mr. Benjamin Starling, Sr., 61, of ; was married to the late
Kingsley Lake; was a member of Poole of Jacksonville; 11 grand Wilkison of Lawtey. She wasa ed through prayers, phone < ",iivisits ,
Lake died night Geneva died
Butler Monday at Tuesday, June 19, at
First Baptist Church of Starke wasa and cards during the !I. ., ,
; children and 11 great grandchildren. member of the Grace United "
the W. Frank Wells Nursing Home his home following a long illness .
member of the Starke Woman'sCiub brother and broth' in IIA I .
Funeral services were held Methodist Church of Lawtey. our rt 1
following an extended illness. Born Born in Starke. Mr. Starling movedto
ind raif-d in Union Mrs. Geneva 30 He and was a retired Wednesday June 27, at 11 a.m. in Survivors include two daughters, win L Hornsby.
County, years ago. was a
ownci'/operator of a beauty shop in Bob&\liru.mll: Hi, .. ,.
,iiffis was a homemaker and the member of Geneva Baptist Church, Beyers Funeral Chapel, Lady Lake. Mrs. Annette Wiggins and Mrs.
widow of the late Jim Griffis. She was a veteran of Korean War with Jacksonville Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Eunice Edwards, both of Jackson
Survivors include two sisters, Gardens, Leesburg. Friends who ville five Bennett "Bennie"Wilkison
was a member of the Pine Grove the U.S. Army; was a retired con- ; sons,
Congregational Methodist Church struction equipment operator at the Ethel Raymond and Amy wish may make memorial contribu- and Donald Wilkison, both A Very Special
Raiford. Kingroad waste Landfill Strickland, both of Starke; and tions to Hospice of Lake & SumpterSvc. of Lawtey Paul Wilkison and
near Management -
Survivors include six daughters, in Apopka. many nieces and nephews ., P.O. Box 456, Tavares, FL Charlie Wilkison, both of Starke and Thank You....
Geneva Whitehead of Lake Butler, Survivors include his wife, Betty In lieu of flowers, contributionsma 32778-0456 in lieu of flowers. Freddie Wilkison of North Carolina; We would like to thank the )1"1''i ,
Alto Mae Venhaus of Jacksonville, Susan Reamer Starking of Geneva, be made to the First Baptist two brothers, Shep Thomas of Lake of Highland Baptist Church I hn,
Jeanette Green of Citra, Beatrice three sons, Benjamin Starling, Jr of Church ferson Building Fund, 163 W. Jef- Leona A. Johnson Butler and Leon "Gus" Thomas of use of the facilities A vers|1''( ,
St., Starke FL 320ll.()!
Rosier of Lawtey, Dixie Lyons and Sanford, Thomas "Tommy" Starl- Funeral services, for Mrs. Lang Mrs Leona A. Johnson, 81, of Tampa" "; one sister, Mrs. Juanita thanks to Brother George (In-.)."
Betty Cannady, both of Macclenny; ing of Hattiesburg, MIss. and Albert were held! at 2 First Jacksonville, died Saturday, June grandchildren of Jacksonville; 26 for performing the ceremom \\
in Baptist
three sons Doyle Griffis of Glenn Starling of Brabazon, Alaska; Church p.m. with 23. Born in Starke, Mrs. Johnson wasa 31 great grand- would also hke to extend Ih.ink
June 26 Rev.
Tuesday, ,
Gainesville Bobby Griffis and Billy five daughters, Sarah Lou Revels of Ben Bryant officiating Burial was member of Pine Level Baptist children and five great great grandchildren those who supported, us with > > .
Griffis both of Lake Butler; two Sanford, Elizabeth Ann "Libby" Church. presence.
brothers Hubert Griffis of Raiford Rumbley of O'Steen, Fla, Betty direction in Crosby of Lake Jones Cemetery Funeral under Home the of Survivors include three sons, Roy Funeral arrangements were incomplete A special thanks to each ,..1' .
and Harvey Griffis of Starke; three Susan Byrd of Hattiesburg, Miss Starke. C. Johnson, Jr., James Lonnie and at press time. Archie Tan- everyone in the Sheriffs! lit 1'.11''
sisters, Rosie Griffis of Raiford, Mattie Marie Harris of Starke and William Leon Johnson; seven ner Funeral Home of Starke was in ment for doing as they pioni ",
Martha Beaver of Ft. Dodge, Iowa Geraldine Sue Flanigan of daughters, Carol J. Rowe, Mary charge of arrangements. Also a special thanks to :Ms Bi > .
and Bell Terrell of Starke; 35 grandchildren Melbourne; one brother, Johnnie. iibsoii Poole Louise Richardson, Pansy Annette Dean and Sheriff Ethei'idge fur ,tin
and 49 great grandchildren. Starling of Jesup, Ga. ; four sisters, Mr. Gibson Poole, 86 of Lady Burnett, Vivian Elise Wofford, Bonnie John Steele actions even though they knew '"?
Funeral services will be held Thelma Moss, Adelia Gossett, Vera ]Lake, died Saturday, June 23 at his Faye Register, Joe Ann Howell Mr. John Steele, 77, of Lawtey, month prior to the date '"I>i
Thursday morning at 11 a.m. at the Lee Nugent and Eunice Gunter. all residence Born in Jacksonville, Mr. and Sharon Elaine McCormick; died early Wednesday morning, ceremony. We just want. UK (I'i |I''
New River CongregationalMethodist of Starke and 11 grandchildren Poole moved to Lady Lake from three sisters, Mary Bessent, Ida June 27, at Alachua General to know what kind of prolcssnui, ,,,,
Church with Rev. John W. Keystone Heights in January. He Brown and Myrtle Dyess; 35 grand- Hospital following an extended illness we have protecting our ngliN(
Yarbrough officiating. Burial will Funeral services for Mr. Starling was a retired wholesale plumbing children, 31 great grandchildren. Bradford County
follow in Sapp Cemetery at Raiford werre held at 10 a.m. in DeWitt C. salesman, was a member of St. Funeral services were held at Funeral services were incompleteat Milton Culi'n.
under the direction of Archer Jones Chapel on Saturday, June IS Anne's Episcopal Church in 12:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 26, in the press time. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. with Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating Keystone Heights: was a member of Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home of Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof Card Of ThanksI
Burial was in Crosby Lake Melrose Lodge :No; HI!) F&AM of Jacksonville, with Rev. Herbert arrangements.
i<.arillammer Eland Cemetery under the direction of Keystone Heights; the Jacksonville Mullaly and Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating want to thank my deal t II; ," i
Mr. Earl Hammer Eland, 82, of Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Scottish Rite Bodies :Morocco Shrine Burial was in Edgewood Cards of ThanksThe for (the cards, telephone calls l If"
Melrose, died Monday at Whispering Temple Jacksonville: was a life Cemt>tf'rv. and visits at the time of the I In--, .
Pines Care Center in Starke follow- member of the Oriental Band and a Geneva A. Wilkison family of the late Floyd R. my dear mother.
ing a long illness. Born in Mason City member of the Keystone Shrine Crosby, Sr. would like to thank each Sle'jalthanks to Chaplain! ..i r i
Iowa Mr. Eland moved to Bertha M. Lang Club; and was a veteran of the U.S. Mrs. Geneva Altha Wilkison 82, of and everyone who remembered us of Jasper, Fl for Ill'r'I II i'"
Melrose 34 years ago from Pen- Navy Lawtey, died Tuesday morning, during the recent loss of our Daddy. beautiful flowers and Hamilton < < ,
sacola. He served in the U.S. Navy Mrs. Bertha Lois Moore Lang !91, Survivorinclude. his wife, Elsie June 26, at Memorial Medical The prayers, food, flowers and visits rectional Center of Jasper Fl ,
for more than 20 years retiring as a of Kingsley Lake died Satuida\ M 1 Pciole warrant officer His military career June 23, in Whispering Pinc-s tan- Gibson PiMik, Jr Hi StmrnaTN, and extended illness. Born in Lulu, she Children oi God Bless You All 1 Lace I You
included service in World War II. Center, Starke following( long il. 'I'hum.+is t H: (l'i, oil of Rockledge moved to Lawtey 80 years ago Floyd R Crosby. Sr Merle BrownSURGEON

After retiring, Mr. Eland worked asa !.
police officer for the University of
Florida for many years. He was a
member of Eliam Baptist Church of
Melrose; was a member of the
American Associaton of Retired
Persons and the Fleet Reserve. S t
Survivors include his wife, Carrie
B Eland of Melrose; one son, James t :
Donald Eland of Melrose; five :

grandchildren grandchildren and three great :

Funeral services were held at 10 '
a.m. Wednesday June 27, at the :} \ -k.- \ :
Eliam Baptist Church in Melrose ;:,, ;' : : :. '
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with Rev. Jimmy Covle officiating. ," .' ,-<>, : //o\.tJ1\\ .,.,' ..Jt. : : ,'., ;.;;.
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Fjheral Home, Melrose. ..:. :::1:: "7 ;"" >:'1':" ',:".:' .,t ?->
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Frances Wadsworth ,) ," ::'i,.:;'>:\ r 8<', '.: :" ...;: .: r'f :. ;

Mrs. Frances Alice Wadsworth .
82, of Hampton died Wednesday, .Jt' .
June 27 in Alachua General S' 0

Hospital, Gainesville, following an : =..t i.11
extended illness. Born in In- ; ,, ,/ .";..:r:'; I
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lerlachen, Mrs. Wadsworth moved .J ., to Hampton in 1931 from Graham. .
She was a member of the First
Christian Church of Hampton and
was a homemaker.
Survivors include one daughter
ilhe/ Barber of Jacksonville; three
,ons, Walden B. and Gordon P.
Wadsw. 'h, Jr., both of Hamptonand
1 ')omas H. "Buddy" 7 '' i a y'Ty' '4 y
Wadsworth of Jacksonville; one +v y ia"L"6 'a d
sister, Inzie Morrow of Plant City; n' : 1 r b =
and one granddaughter, Cherry +' 4 t tr
Platt of Lakeland, and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wadsworth will be held at 2 p.m. in
First Christian Church, Hampton
on Friday, June 29, with Pastor Ran- li.r
dy Thomas officiating. Burial will be
in Hawthorne Cemetery under the r,d i i al a

direction of Jones Funeral Home of t
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