Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01873
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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south which, in turn, is pushing unstable weather before it. EdI. orials. ..... ..u-
A 10 to 40% increase in the chance of rain is forecast. Social..'A '
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watched. No intensification is expected but a westerly drift might Sport....;......... ;...'.IIIA
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weekend is over. g'dlJThe
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lows in the mid-70s,with only slightly lower temperatures Saturday ) ThmpyV.....1.191
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Nights are becoming darker with moonrise coming after mid-- Shorts..........
night. The last quarter moon will occur Sunday, July 15. a.........Ad..............,.7lfBObltuorl.i Sweetest. Strawberries This Side of Heaven
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p.m.,Saturday .... 110th Year STARKE FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
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52nd Issue Thursday,July 12,1990 USPS 062-700:

Area Residents Invited to Supper Today With Gov. Martinez I

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lingTh. Florida's governor, Bob Martinez, ford High School about 4 p.m. T>><> tour the Andrews Center of Santa Fe Elder. Tyler Elder, Holly Shields visited 47 of Florida's 67 countief
and his wife, Mary Jane, will be the governor will tour thehigh Community College in downtown Joey Herres, Carol Stevenson, and i with Gov. Martinez.
honored guests at a chicken and rice school and the BUS 1 ; Starke at about 4:25 p.m. Warren Stevenson. Kinita Bishop The governor was supposed to
Lunch Bunch. supper at 6 p.m. today (Thursday gym: with school officials Around 6:30: p.m., Gov. and Mrs. will provide accompaniment. Hero spend Wednesday night, July 11, in
.. July 12), at the BradfordFairgrounds. county II! Martinez will arrive at the main dining Stuckey will handle the sound Lake City. The next morning
The Lunch Bunch will meet at employees,and visitors. I room at the fairgrounds on system. (Thursday, July 12) the governor,
the first Presbyterian Church, Fri- Area residents are invited to meet The governor signed ai > US-301 north.Entertainment. Gov. and Mrs. Martinez will be according to his campaign office,
day July 13. 12 noon. Bring a and greet Gov. and Mrs. Martinez, bill allocating $400,000 at the fairgroundswill guests of Orian and Donna Wells will travel to Orange Park,
covered dish and enjoy the Florida's first lady. The meal is for the renovation of the Martinet be provided by the local ensemble while in Starke. Gov. Martinez has Switzerland on SR-13 go to Fernan-
fellowship. free.Gov. From "Nostalgia" led by Bill McRae. traveled for the past six weeks in the dina Beach, then Callahan. and thento
Martinez will arrive at Brad- the gym, Gov. Martinez will Other members are Patty Kay Wells' motor home. The Wells have Starke.Appeal .

Museum Associates...
The annual meeting of the Camp
Blanding Museum and Historical ," ,." Set
Associates, Inc. is scheduled for

Saturday July 14, 1 p.m. at the ..
Post headquarters, Camp Blan- .
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drive is set for SaturdayJuly 21, 9 ', V.tt'A. .. City BoardBy
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day) at the Starke Plaza on SR-100 : ." ..: ',1'I "f'. .., '
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Solid Waste Association benefit to ., Irr' ::'h"'id., ". Joe CissyBCT

Sunshine Industries Akt\on\ Club or ,. ,l ..:--". ,:,,,'. ,. ":':.'- Staff Writer
''' .. the Starke Boardf
keep the money yourself. Recycleglass .; An Aug. 2 quasi-judicial hearing before
aluminum: newspapers and Adjustment is sset on an appeal of a decision by Zondmg
plastic soda bottles and milk jugs. Director Darrell O'Neal who issued a building permit for a
'. '. crematorium in the industrial park in southeast Starke
I just off SR-100.
Throe BHS Classes... Originally scheduled for July 19, the date and time have
been moved to 7:30: p.m. August 2, at Starke City Hall.
Three BHS Classes, 19594041, The appeal Is at the request of Terence M. Brown, in-
have scheduled a "30 year" reu- dividually, and the City Commission of Starke, who allege
nion, Friday and Saturday, July that O'Neal erred in determining that the location of a
20-21( Thermo Environmental Systems,Inc. plant within the City
It is essential that all class Limits of Starke to be a permissable and acceptable use in
members return forms as soon as an 1-1 classification.The .
possible, in order that planning can permit was issued by the zoning office in February
be finalized.For after the Bradford County Development Authority agreed
information, call Charles to sell a lot in the park to Thermo Environmental Systems,
Francis, Ph. 964-7733 Tom Smith, Inc. (T.E.S.), a subsidiary of Federal Medical Processing ;
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon, Ph. Corporation of Virginia

964-5358.. The land sale and building permit was based on a request

Reception for Teachers... from T.E.S. that they wish to build a crematorium, for
--FE- cremating human remains and confidential papers such as
The classes of 1959, 1960 and 1961 may be accumulated by banks,lawyers or other businessesor
will hold a reception to honor all professionals. No mention of incinerating contaminated
teachers, administrators and medical waste was made, according to Ray Navitsky ex-
parents of class members Satur- ecutive director of the Bradford County Development Cor-
day, July 21, 3 to 5 p.m. at the poration.But .
fairgrounds. All teachers, parents when an intent to issue a permit was advertised Dy
In"Nostalgia" the Department of Environmental Regulation, the permit
request was for a "biological waste Incinerator", and for a ,
possible air pollution source-described as a 'pathological
waste incinerator.".

.. Biological waste is described as solid waste that causes,
r. will perform at the First United ( or has the capability of causing disease or infection and Includes
l Methodist Fellowship Hall July 24, but is not limited to, biohazardous waste, diseasedor
7:30 p.m. Gospel, contemporary l---.h.. v dead amimals, and other waste capable of transmitting
, 'jazz and jazz from the big band era pathogens to humans or animals.
will be on the program. i6 1.
Members are Joey Herres, Bill Pathological waste includes parts of human bodies,
McRae Carol and Warren Stephenson hospital wastes,etc. but does not include the incineration of
Holly Shields, Patty Kay Elder! paper unless it has been contaminated in some manner.
and Tyler Elder
see Appeal page 3A

. Sales Seminar...

"The Basics of Successful Sell-
ing", a seminar by Jerry Hines, is
scheduled for August 14, 7 to 10
p.m. at the Andrews Center Board BC Qualifying
Room. Cost is $25. Sponsors are the
Santa Fe Community College and
the Chamber of Commerce.
Opens Mondayby
BHS Class of 1980...

The BHS Class of 1980 reunion is ''..". ..... r-- !i h .,'II.!, '.'
set for August 11, 1990. All class Marcia Coodg.BCT .
members, guests and friends are 1 f fTop Staff Writ.rQualifying
welcome. Call 964-7475 for Informa- "'f" opens at noon Monday, July 16, and runs
tion and reservations. through noon Friday, July 20, Bradford candidates for 2
county commission seats 3 school board seats and the posi-
Tough Love... tion of county judge, said Deputy Supervisor of Elections

Tough Love, a parents support Carol Milner.
group, meets every Thursday even-. ...: .' Any resident of the various districts up for election may
Ing at 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian "'" qualify for the race by first opening a campaign account in
Church on East Call St., including any bank and then paying the qualifying fee for the desired
holidays. .. ; position and completing the required forms.
Dealing with problems in family :Kids ploy under fin hose at crowd gather r..... and JIr worA&At left:celebration chairman Off Chapman,left tours The qualifying fee must be paid for out of campaign funds
relationships, especially between to Skip Everett at ht and we,Limns.delicately set char gat for tile J rrb.. fix-inch shell equals 3OO pounds of TAT and the paperwork includes financial disclosure forms
parents and adolescents and older Everett sold Bill McRGllIinJiJoI ofliwdom ItoIdiIv_Andrew,4,to Wuafrate tile polnL Lyrics 10 tile song written by David which detail assets and liabilities and net worth and might
children Tough Love is a self-help Dodge,art below. take some time to fill out. If someone would like to be a can-
program sponsored by the church. didate, they should probably give themselves a couple of
Everyone welcome. There is no days to complete the forms and turn them in before the July
charge to participate. 2.000 See Fireworks at BHS Stadium 20 deadline.
"Someone who waited until the last day to come get the

Gator Boosters... 1 and prosperity, and through war and depression. It forms could probably not get them finished in time," said
The American flag was honored in song and some 2,000 Milner.
to the The symbol of that successful
has taken us moon.
Plans have been made for a fan- spectators enjoyed a brief fireworks display at the 1990 July even Is the flag of the United States of Seats up for election include county commission seats for
tastic fun filled, as well as Gator 4 celebration I last Wednesday in the Bradford High football America.experiment To respect and revere that flag is to keep that experiment districts 2 and 4. Qualifying fee for each of those is $954.06.
informed for the Starke Gator
year stadium. District 2 Is the seat of incumbent E.L. "Nook" Norman
to be citizen of the greatest
alive a responsible
Quarterback Club. First meetingwill ;" who is finishing his 12th year in office. So far, four can-
be Sept. 6 in the community nation on earth. Democrats Arthur Gaskins, Greg Alvarez, and
center at the fairgrounds. Call Carol Milner, Patty Kay Elder, and Bill McRae, all local Bill McRae sang Dodge's song with son, Andrew, 4, perch didates.Bolin and Republican Marvin Rosier,have announced
9644911 or 964-7451 for informationand singers, and Katie Smith from Gainesville entertained the ed on his shoulder. The lyrics go: Manly intentions to Norman.
crowd with Oh look at our flag flying so proud over this land-
reservations to follow the growing patriotic songs, including "Americar. for unless
Rosier will not be election In the primaries
Gators to Alabama, Tennessee and The Beautiful" as the crowd gathered. Ms. Smith's rendition It's red-red white and blue flying for me, flying for you- up Norman's but will
another for seat,
Kentucky. Dues were due June 30. of the national anthem was stirring and of a quality My heart sings with love for that flag, the red, white and face the Republican Democratic qualifies candidate In the general election.
Mail to P.O. Box 417. rarely heard here. blue, flying so true, my heart sings-
The Stars and Stripes of America proclaim our country District 4 incumbent is Joe Riddick, who is completinghis
first 4-year term of office. So far only John Anderson
Candy Stripers... David Dodge has written a song entitled "Flag of freeFreedom" We-all are free In America to be what we want to be- has announced an intention to run against Riddick.
Applications for Candy Stripersto for which Dodge composed the lyrics and melody. The promise of America belongs to every one- Qualifying fee for the three school board seats Is $869.88for
work as volunteers may be pick- Dodge's explanation of how he came to writ the song set it An if fail in America you're free to try agaln- each. The three Incumbents presently do not have any
ed up at the Information Desk, up for the audience. Dodge narrated: So we you owe our plege to the flag- announced opposition but the number of opponents do not
Bradford Hospital. to the become official until the close of qualifying.
Yes, we owe our pledge flag-
the school board seats District l's Jimmy
"Over 200 ago this nation embarked on an experiment in Teach a child a love for the flag- Incumbents in are
Upcoming... government unheard of any place in the world; an expertTeach a child respect for the flag- Scott District 2's James "Cobby"All three Wainwright candidates, and
Public meetings scheduled in the ment that allows the people to choose their own destiny, and And that child will always be true- District S's Evelyn their Chastain.first term in office and all intendto are
coming weeks are: to have that basic freedom protected by constitutional law. To the red,the white and the blue- presently completing.
Starke City Council will meet That experiment has successfully guided this nation through _To the red, the white and the blueNeighbors' seek office reelection.The for county judge, presently occupied by

with engineer Don Ruckman at 7:30 -- George Pierce, Is also up for election this year. Qualifyingfee
a.m. Monday July 18, to go over a TensionMike for that seat Is S3.074.04.
revised Land Use Plan. Squabble Over Road Spawns Candidates seeking the seat of county judge must also
will will
The Starke City Council .IL have been a member of the Florida Bar for 5 years in orderto
meet Tuesday, July 17,7:30: p.m. at Brunettl and his neighbor across Commission meeting Monday, and said, .but Realtor Ralph Bryan has ac- run,according to the Constitution of the State of Florida.
.Starke City Hall. School the road Resale Dowling, are In a heated sald"tbe tension down there is getting so quired property there and is developing a The judge's office is up for election this year instead of
The Bradford District battle over a fence Brunetti built along side thick you could cut it with a knife." He Is trailer park. 1992 due to the 1981 appointment of then County Judge Elzie
Board meets Monday. July 23, 7 a county road, which leaves only 30 feet of afraid some violence may occur if the problem "The county only claim to the road is Sanders to the Circuit\ Court.
at the District Office. that have graded It. But that'swrong circuit in September
p.m. between the fence and oak la not solved. they When Sanders was appointed judge
NRSWA has scheduled a meetingTuesday right-of-way tree. an "The road Is quite passable across my ," Brunetti said. "They lifted the of 1981, George Pierce was appointed to fill the county
July 24, 7:30 p.m. at the "I left 30 feet property" Brunetti said. "I only fenced a blade, made a 'U' turn and went back." he judgeship until the election of 1982. Pierce ran in the 1982
a on
Baker County courthouse. for the road/passageway!said Brunetti,my but property now loop where they were making a U-turn.The said. A road is still open through the election, instead of In 1984 as Sanders would have if he had
Zoning Board meets
Starke Brunetti property. not left the county judgeship to to the circuit court.
.fowling has narrowed it down about 8 feet county right-of-way ends at my line. go
Thursday, July :26 at 7 p.m. at City so there is only 22 feet left. In answer to a question, Brunetti said, County surveyor Pat Welch will be The seat of the county judge has then come up for re-
Hall. Dowling has placed logs along his side of "the school bus doesn't turn here anymore.It assigned to investivate the situation and election each four years since 1982, and Pierce will\ once
The Bradford County Zoning the road to traffic from the oak only turned here for about a year after I report l his findings back to the Commission.The again run for re-election this year.
Board Tuesday, July 31,7pm. tree to keep it. away bought the property," neighborhood is off CR-325 south of The first primary election is set Tuesday,Sept. 4.The se-
city HaD Board Room. Louis protect Marney, another resident in the Only two trailers and chicken houses are Hampton and on the way to Schenck's Cor- cond primary Is Tuesday, Oct. 2. The general election Is

neighborhood, appeared at the County beyond the Brunetti property, Brunetti ner. Tuesday, Nov. 6.


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Dist. 1 Dist. 2Marvin k Vacation Bible School

Steve Futch 34, owner of Rosier 65, of Lawtey has MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
I Funeral Home announces he I announced Ms Intention to seek the r
tends to run for the District 1 District 2 seat on the Bradford Coun-
the City Commission of Starke.It Yf ty Commission on the Republicanticket. i (ijj! invites you to attend if you are
will be the first time Futch
run for public office.The seat is Rosier. has lived in Bradford County ''\ :,<"1") between the ages of 2 to 102.
rently held by Bobby Biggs. all his life except while he was ,
Futch has been Involved serving his military duty overseas .[ ,'. Come Fellowship. with us.
Chamber of Commerce during World War II and the Korean "... ......" ""
Starke and Bradford County and'r War.
years. He has held many Rosier's wife, to whom he has Marvin Rosier JULY 16 20
committee assignments and been married for 47 years is the Dlit.3:: County Commission Candidate
served on the Board of former Louise Ross of Ocala. The 6:45 pm to 9:00 pm
for the past 10 years. Futch Rosier's have two children; a
headed the Starke 2 County Commission race because"I
up daughter Bonnie Durban and a son,
Parade for the past four Steven and seven grandsons all am very concerned about how our
Futch is also a Mason and a residents of Bradford County. tax dollars are being spent. I am and
member of the Kiwanis Club. have always been conservative Beaver Twist I [Jjj
Futch is also a certified Rosier served as rural mail car minded when planning a budget or Pastor U
technician and has volunteered rier of Lawtey for over 15 years and taxation that is going to affect our
worked with the retired from that position in 1968. He local people. I feel my experience In
Medical Service of Bradford then established, owned and local government has proved my
for 17 years. operated successfully for 25 years qualifications and my ability to vote
Futch was born raised and Rosier's Monuments and Garden my convictions."I ---
lived and worked in Starke Center on S.Walnut Street In Starke.' iL_..9 .5&0 'ik .... &.10
few blocks of where he lives am now retired and can devoteall .K.- >x II. i3&4I
l Futch and wife Cindy, bought Rosier has served as a member of the time needed to discuss the dif- !4..10 II 5G. s !CI
Starke and Keystone Heights the Lawtey City Council for almost ficult decisions that must be made in try W/.I .s-\C.6
of Jones Funeral Home in 1984. 20 years serving as mayor for 10 the future." 41I c.
Futch's also bought the Jones years during that time. He announced The Rosiers are members of Nor- 9.O. sy
valescent Ambulance Service his pending resignation from the thside Baptist Church. They have ."-411.I...-
1984. Lawtey council at its July 2 meeting. resided on the corner of Lake and 9J.1y -
"As you can see, my business Rosier says he is entering the Dist Grove Streets in Lawtey since 1966.Appeal .

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page Stark.. Florl.. kr Tlrtn. of tk..utkerity ...t.A
The Appeal... --; Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal was R 1. .. \i law. .. b...., call for flrot Pri..ry Bl.cttoa
.. h.l. ot tko City Sail !. tk. oforoMl City of
The basis of the appeal as stated false and misleading as to the nature llrCT to qualified ..t... .. T.....T. 8o,t..'.' 11. 199O. A.D.. for
in a letter to the Board of Adjustof' the business planned by T.E.S. tko purpooo of oloetlos tko follol. offic....
ment, are several: The appeal asks that the Board of
(1) The planned usage a Adjustment "reverse the decision of d MANLY CITY CITY CONMISSIOIH COMMISSION -- DISTRICT DISTIICT S 1
pathological waste incinerator will the Zoning Director and find that the t CITY COMMISSION DISTRICT S
require a continual 24 hour per day proposed plant of Thermo Environmental -
operation, year round which "is inconsistent Systems, Inc. is not a IISPICTOIS rot SAID ILECTICJILUCILLI
with the requirements of permissible and acceptable use in an CODVI* IEIIADINS BAILT
1-1..zoning regulations." 1-1 zoning classification. MAICAIET NOOSE CLASS COLSOIOLBTA
I-lis a light industrial classlflcaT.E.S.., on the other hand claims B BIATIICI JOCIELLOCT JtCrSOILAOIA ETTA FATS TBOEITO
tion which is intended for light that its planned crematorium will be f WIITB
manufacturing, processing storage small "not to accommodate more
and warehousing than 5,000 pounds per day. Our ALTEIIATISSELISE
(2) The City of Starke zoning capability Is limited to 500 pounds an O. PASS ACRES DIKCIIS
regulations prohibit any use not hour" they say.
delineated therein. A pathological? Because of the plant capacity only Commission District 2 CLUE
waste incinerator is not specifically small water needs and small County ,
set forth in the regulations amount of emissions and ash EAT CASTER

therefore is not allowed. residue, they should be considered ....
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(3) The information provided to "light industrial", TES says. A New Time ..* c.... tko Soot of tko City to ko koroooto offlio chi.S. .
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I. CAP Withdraws Name From Administrative# Hearing Petition .1 I.1Ii

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Joe CUtyCT Although remaining opposed to a special solid waste assessment to' for their waste: a special assess- to James Croft of NRSWA.The composting also said la wrlIazardous:"'
Staff Writer any form of hazardous waste facility help pay for solid waste disposal. In ment, garbage collection fees and operators currently
UCAP members voted for the being placed here,UCAP will not ac- addition,waste collectors charging tipping fees that will ultimately be do what they claim they can do,says Waste...
organization to withdraw as a particIpant tively oppose establishment of a fees for picking garbage charged back to the customers, ,Frank Darabl,association engineer. "The hazardous waste issue will
In a petition for an ad- solid waste facility for the three and will pay a = when whereas DOC facilities in the counties There are also financial problems in be back on top as soon as a dump is
ministrative hearing being sought county region of Baker, Bradfordand delivered to the These there are now seven prison Installations Sumpter County. That operation is put in".at Ellerbee Curve,said J.L,
by those in opposition to the EUerbee Union counties. charges will ultimately be passed in the tri-county area, now under its third ownership, Wilkinson.
Curve solid waste landfill."I This action was taken at a meetingof back to the citizens in the form of will pay only tipping fees. Darabi said."RecycUng. "The information from
regret that it is necessary for United Citizens Against Pollution higher garbage collection fees.DOC Is the key," said J.L. Tallahassee Is that the hazardous
me to do this," said Pete Schloeser, held July 2 at the Union County cour- will be paying only the tipping fees, Other Matters... Wilkinson. "They got land for the waste plant is coming our way,"
as he made the motion that UCAP thouse."I and presently are contributing "Why can't our commissioners be landfill" ,where is the recycling facili- said Buddy Revels. "Things are real
(United Citizens Against Pollution) find no problem with the landfill nothing towards operation of forced to bring in concerns who wantto ty? he asks. quiet over there.,There is no information
withdraw from the petition raised by engineering," said UCAP President NRSWA, planning and construction compost?"asked William Griffis. The association "should spend from anyone about Polk
a Citizens Committee of Raiford. Buddy Revels. The design Is "the of the landfill says Revels. "There is a concern who wants to money on something that will County."
"I also regret this action" said best I have seen. In terms of "DOC will have as much as, or come in and charge from $25 to $40 separate trash Instead of Igloos to
Ken Parrish in seconding the motion engineering aspects of the landfill,it more waste than Union County to go tipping fees for 20 years and they collect recyclables.," said Pat A request for a permit to constructa
that was passed by a near appears to be the best we can get. into the landfill," Revels said.Also, won't bring them in. They will com People won't take a plant in Polk County has been in
unanimous vote of members pre- "My concern is not DOC was given credit for the valueof post everything. You won't need a 10-cent bottle back to the store; they the hands of DER since last fall, but
sent. Lone dissenting vote was cast the landfill. The act withoDOC the land and will be repaid that landfill, he said." won't take recyclables to a collection no action has been taken on one of
by William Griffis, one of the prin- Is the area of most concern" he value in tipping fee credits once the There is a problem with heavy center."" she_says three questions DER has regardlnga
cipals in the petition. J.L. and Pat said. landfill is in operation. Revels sees metals Revels explained.The "People are not going to go by the Polk County permit. Also the
Wilkinson other members of the This concern stems from the fact this as being unfair to the residentsof compost being produced In (the recycling collection point), aid{ matter of an eagle's nest, an en-
Citizens Committee, had left the that each county In the New River the three counties, saying that Sumpter County has not been ap- William Griffls. "I'm not.." dangered species, on the proposed
,room before the vote was taken. ..Solid! -Waste Association has Imposed ..citizens: will be charged three.times .proved for sale by DER, according "I'm 100'for recycling" Griffis site has not been resolved.

I City Transfers $371,000 From Utility System to Cure Budget ProblemA I

$371,000 transfer from the Utility to' a-Renewal and ReplacementFund from prior years. etc., other than utilities. Examples'of We Code 'Enforce noon Friday-- ,v July"27.
System to the General Fund has ,so twice the$371,000 had to be The General Fund was In the red New Code Board... ment Board actions on citizen com- Three council seats are up In the
solved Starke's most pressing available in the utility system. $98,000 in the budget year ending Four new members were namedto plaints are overgrown lots and old off-year city election: District 1,
budget problem.Commissioner. "We're lucky we had the money in Sept.30,1989.Through May 30,whichis the city's Code Enforcement vacant houses. Bobby Biggs who has served 8 yearson
Travis Woods mov- the utility system," Clerk Wise told the 8th month of the current Board. The new members are the council; District 3. Travis
ed to make the tranfer Commis- The Telegraph. 1939-90 budget, the General Fund Is mond Blye, Van Vubosky, Felix Ray- City Election... Woods, 10 years, and District 5, Ed
sioner Ed Wall seconded, and motion Different items in Starke's In the red some$45,000,but incoming Ramos-Vargas, and Beverly Qualifying for the upcoming Sept. Wall, 2 years.
passed 4-0.There was no discus- General Fund have been naming in revenue may make up that shortage, McGee. The holdover member is 11 Starke election opens at noon Starke voting is by single member
sion. the red for the past several yaan. In Clerk Wise says. surveyor Pat)Welch. Monday, July 23 and runs through district and is non-partisan.
City Clerk Linda Wise said she got 1988 the General Fund was in the red .
the transfer okayed in writing from some $200,000 which forced the City Revenue is budgeted at $1,082,037'for I ...
the attorney representing the city's Commission to increase city millage 89-90; expenses so far are
bonding company before making the for the first time in years. $1,127 748. The $480,000 PoliceDepartment The DriveJULY
transfer.When money is transferred This $371,000 transfer includes a budget is overspent by RecycleSaurous Recycling
from the Utility System Revenue lot of what Clerk Wise terms "due $60,000 through eight months.
Fund to the General Fund an equal to" and "due from" items and will The General Fund includes all city
!amount must also be transferred In- clear up shortages in certain areas operations, police, ,fire, garbage,

I Blanding--- Park Site Processing- I Help: SUNSHINE 21,INDUSTRIES 1990

Plans for anew Clay Coun struction later this' summer. the "proposed park, with layers of
ty/Camp Blanding recreation park Members of the committee are- sand with a polyethylene coating AKTION CLUBby
on 220 acres at the northeast in- from Blanding: Col. Petelle; Town- underneath.The sand will be provided -
tersection of State Roads 16 and 215 send Strickland, in charge of Blan- by Blanding from an unused and
near the Blanding main gate are 's MWR unit (Morale, Welfare unreclaimed area mined out by the recycling your
progressing rapidly, according to and Recreation); Warrant Officer DuPont Company.The ,. ;,w:11
Manager, Col. Kent Mario Alarcon; Sgt. Danny park will be free for use by the j glass
Patelle. Brabham; Ms. Marie Wynn; and public and Camp Blanding personnel aluminum
The park, which will include soccer from Clay County: Jack Brooker, with no fees charged except ;
and Softball fields, jogging recreation director; James Corbin; when used by Softball or soccerteams .
paths, tennis courts, picnic groundsand acting county administrator; ,or tennis tournaments. r Hr newspapers i
other recreation features Is be- Charlie Rossi of Orange Park; '' ,- .p plastic (soda bottles
ing developed as a joint effort by Richard Roberts, Keystone Heights,
Clay County and Camp Blanding of- and James Jett, county commission Commissioner Jett said a portionof and milk jugs) ..
ficials.A chairman.The the county's $420,000 recreation
newly-appointed committee will land to be used was originallyused fund derived from the One-cent option Take your recyclables to:
meet at Camp Blanding at 9 a.m. as a landfill for Camp Blandingand sales tax would be used to
Tuesday, July 3, to fine-tune the Clay County. The landfill was develop the property, and Camp STARKE PLAZA ON HWY. 100 :
make arrangements for closed several years ago and the Blanding will contribute some
breaking ground and starting con- ,ground will be reclaimed for use by materials and labor. Date: Third Saturday of each month -

Hours: 9OOam-Noon .
i Supt..Duncan", Present Tentative .
Balanced School Board 23 l .
Budget to July .. .. Bradford County For more information,call the recycling hotline at 1-800-76REUSE -- -

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Supt.Jim Duncan is still working on the$UL9 cut the"amount to be borrowed. -- : - --- '-
million spending bill but has set July 23 as the There are 37 school buses in the Bradford -
date to present the School Board with a ten- fleet. Supt. Duncan said four new buses are in
tative balanced budget. the budget in various places, including one In ;
The first of two required public hearings on the General Fund which may have to be back- eDEPARTMENT
the budget Is set for 7 p.m. Monday, July 30. ed out.
Meantime, Supt. Duncan has Invited board Supt. Duncan gave the board a list of 12
members to tell him about anything they want building projects totaling$1,448,000. Major pro-
included in the budget.As jects are:
of Monday night,July 9,the$500,000 com- eA new 6-classroom kindergarten buildingfor OF STATE
puter project was not in the budget and Supt. Starke Elementary of the same type built
Duncan is still working to come up with a down this past year at Southside Elementary and ."
payment plus payments close to $ Member budgeted at$553,000. DIVISION OF ELECTIONS
year over five years. School Board eX renovation of the 32 year old gym at Brad-
Evelyn Chastain found out when she asked. ford High School, budgeted a$552,000. $400,000of
Supt.Duncan said a $35,000 grant still must be that is a special state grant which Gov. Bob
written for hardware purchases.By Martinez did not veto this year the third timeit OF ASSISTANCE
October, Duncan said, computer pur- has In the state budget. PUBLIC NOTICE .
chases for the middle and high school will be Capital improvement information ,
"pretty well finished.Then he'll refigure and estimated revenue and are listedbelow
possibly have to pay less than$500,000 and can : expenses Under Florida law persons with physical disabilities, the elderly and

1990-91 Capital Improvements-Information: those who are unable to read are entitled to special assistance in

Estimated Revenue registering and voting.

State PECO! (Public Education Capital Outlay) $ 298.000

State Capital Outlay and Debt Service S47.000 s SECTION 97.061 provides that such persons SHALL be

State Special Maintenance Funds 147.000 registered and receive assistance at the polls in casting their ballots.
State Asbestos Abatement 87.000

State Science Facilities 53'000'I and the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965
: SECTION 101.051
I Local Capital Improvement Projects| ((1.5)) 39,000
Education Enhancement (IH$ Gym) 400.000 provide that persons who are blind or unable to read may choose a personto

Energy Conservation Project 26,000 assist (other than an employer or official of the voter's'union), or have

$ 1.448,000 the help of two election officials in voting.

Estimated Expenditures Sp.Prolect PE.C.p 1.5 CO-DS Sp.Malnt:

Starke Elementary 298,000" 190,000 30.000 23.000 ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLEAny
\ Bradford High Gym 00,000 110,000 17,000 25,000

' School Bus k"'. i. 't. 30.000 registered voter who cannot go to the polls without assistancefrom
School Fencing Protects >t
BMS Computer Rm Remodeling < .1''v_ 10.000 another person' may request an absentee ballot from the Supervisorof

BMS Bleacher Repair 7,000 Elections by mail, telephone or in person. ,, ',''.

BHS Tennis Court Repair ,, 8,000 "

Voctlonal Center A/C 26,000''" 26.000 For full Information on aids available for the elderly' and

C.V.D Classroom Expansion 5,000'' handicapped at registration and polling places, call the office of your
HE Stage Area Remodeling 3.000
LCS Computer & Classroom Area 18.000 !I county Supervisor of Elections.

Asbestos Abatement 17,000 '

School Walkwayi.Accei Safety ft Environ.Areas.Carpentry Projects 30.000 30,000 16,000I I' FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED

Science Facilities 53,000 .
Total $ "I," ,000 I' The Office of the Secretary of State, Division of Elections, has

Hunger Hotline Offers Help h' Installed a telecommunications device for the deaf that will give the hearing

volunteers& peter callers impaired important voter and election information. The telephone numberis
A toll-free Hunger Hotline belying .Hotline ****
'to nearby agencies offering free information 904/488-7690.
'people locate emergency '
their community Is now available on shopping wisely '
statewide through the Florida feeding children on a low-incomo .\ ',',
budget; nutrition for breast-feeding : 7T
Association for Community
mothers etc. CLOSE OF "
(FACA). This hotline, -
1-800-329-FOOD, is sponsored by a The iiunger Hotline operates .."' .,
from the Department of Com weekdays, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. EST, r theSeptember
grant munity Affairs and is the first of its at FACA headquarters, 1101 NW. I" You must register to vote by August 6, 1990, to vote In
Florida. Ave. Suite D4, Gainesville, Fla., second :You"'must
kind in '32801. 4 first primary or the October 2 primary. \

Directing callers to local FACA is a non-profit federation of, register by October 8 to yote In the November 6 general election:
resources like soup kitchens charthe state's Community Action Agencies -
ches and .is FACA's Head Start programs and '
goal for the Hunger Hotline. Details Weatherlzatlon programs. Incorporated Jim SmithSecretary
food alamo centers, government in 1980, it promotes exchange ,'
on area of State
surplus food distribution sites of research and communications r : ,.;.
and a variety of meal programs for networking between social .
specific groups like senior citizens service providers and professionaland ,_ .
farm workers are also training for its members on Issues
available. Additionally, Hunger affecting poor people.

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Politically Speaking... _.

Bill Nelson neighbor and supporter Al Kurth towed his boat all the way Even Chairmen Must Relax...
from Melbourne to get In a plug for his favorite candidate for Governor.
Clay County Commission Chairman James Jett leaves budget trouble!
Kurth's wife Patsy (at right) took a good-natured and unexpected behind as he takes off with Ann Hill at the helm of her fishing boat "Bas
plunge In Kingsley waters while boarding the boat. She may be all wet. Buggy".
but Nelson's not, she says.



LIi''IChiles' ();{ : : ,1;\.

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Platform on Crime Control

Sets High, but Obtainable GoalsTwo


decades ago Lawton Chiles walked Revamp our
into the hearts of Florida voters in his juvenile

famous 1003-mile hike over the length and grams to provide pro- 4 A Nice Way to Travel...

breadth of the State during his first cam- effective preven- Pontoon boats were popular entries the parade,since the entire family -
paign for U.S. Senate. tion and interven- plus friends could go along. Pontoon boats are sometimes referred to I

Since that time, Floridians have learn- tion as well ascredible Boat Parade as Booze Buggies but not on the Fourth of July.

ed to put their trust in him, both politically punish-

and personally.At ment for the five Colorful Event

a time when Florida's prison systemis percent offenders of ,. .." ..... .. .. ? 4 ,
juvenile "' 1lblq \ .y- -r. rn
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under fire and the public is increasingly IX HIm "a'N N.' lli S" lif"
iL.Ij.j: ,' >,' Jii'/iqui iu.J, >- lJt V\
responsible for a !>jCi 4.
More than 60 decorated boats turned
irate the early release of 'd dl sllA
over .iiwh3: I
enii; nsais'q '".u .Mtra.TA t fir.
majority of out for the Fourth of July Parade ad'- .O:} :
prisoners and the practice sentencingcriminals
juvenile crime. Senator Chiles Kingsley Lake. Some however were'
to a few months on probation left behind when the procession took off

rather than so many years in prison, it is from the starting post 25 minutes before .
time to elect a man as Governor who i Provide effective early intervention the scheduled time of 10 a.m.

understands the needs of the State's programs for teenage mothers, since Many spectators also "missed the : .....,
criminal justice system and has a 40 of inmates nationally and boat" when they arrived on the scene at -
over percent
10 o'clock and were told the parade had
for these defi-
workable ciencies. plan correcting in Florida are the product of teen already passed by. It was originally an- I. ... ... -,.....
pregnancies. nounced that the procession would cir- _",,' .1":..'.'I-': :>';;..,' _. "':
According to an Associated Press news cle the lake for the benefit of Camp .

release Monday federal figures show Provide sufficient to all Blanding viewers but the procession
turned around at Strickland s Landingand ;:
that Florida now leads the nation in the parts of the court system to reduce dispersed in all directions. A

number of prison escapes. backlogs and ...
plea bargains. Nevertheless,those who did get to see ....'
During 1988, there were 11,277 prison the parade were treated to a spec- ..... -
escapes in the entire nation and 1,669 of Concerning capital punishment Chiles tacular sight including everything ..
says: from flag-waving{ runabouts to crowded ...;.... -
of the total
them almost 15 percent pontoon boats. The procession was led
were from Florida prison and communitywork "I have always supported capital bl.a 51-year-old Gar Wood antique
programs. Florida also ranks punishment as a deterrent to violent piloted by its owner Reggie Flynn. I

number one in property crimes, and crime. As Governor, I would carry out This was the second in the annual .
number four in murder cases among the the responsibilities of my office and sign parade event sponsored by the Kingsley --
States. In 1989, over eight people out of death warrants, according to the law. ButI Lake Property Owners Association. Parading on Their Own... 1

every 100 citizens in the U.S. were vic- would never boast or be proud of puttingany Bruce Ivey president of KLOPA expressed This high-flying flagship arrived too late for entry In the parade which ''i
hop; for an even bigger and left the starting point 25 minutes before schedule the I
tims of a crime. Shocking as these figuresare man to death." better boat parade in 1991. parade of his own. so pilot staged a
they are proof certain that drastic
changes are needed in Florida's prison
In the matter of aiding law enforce-
and judiciary systems.
ment, Chiles says:
The Rest of the StoryResponse_ '
In Chiles'
campaign statement on
"During my 18 years of service in the
prison reform he says: U.S. Senate, I worked closely with
to Commissioner
"I don't think it's right to cut fundingfor Florida's law enforcement community. Riddick's Letterborders

State Attorneys, who prosecute and Florida police and sheriff's frequently Dear Editor:
put people>> in jail, when 97 percent of brought things to my attention and we Leave it to politician to pass the this site. It was State-owned I know the citizens of Union County
criminal cases are being pleabargainedright : turned those ideas from Florida into buck and blame if something doesn't go land that has been deeded over to the don't want the leaders in neighboring
their way. Surely Joe you don't really Tri-County Board. This land was solid
Federal law. Following are some of the counties who are unqualified in
now in order to save the expense of believe that a group of citizens from formerly used for farming by the waste disposal controlling the future
prosecuting; I don't think it's right that initiatives we worked on together: Union County, The Town of Raiford, or Department of Corrections. The quality of their air and drinking water
victims of crime can't be assured of com- Mandatory sentences and fines UCAP was responsible for con- Department of Corrections had to con- I know the citizens of Baker, Bradfordand
pensation and I don't think it's right that associated with drugs taminating well water at BradfordCounty's struct large drainage ditches Union County would not want to be
/ ; current landfUT. It wasn'tenough throughout the property to accom- held financially responsible (by increased
violent criminals are let out the back door
that the State of Florida modate water run-off in wet conditions
taxes) for a major pollution
of the State's jails and prisons to make Made crack cocaine a distinct drug selected Ellerbee Curve in Union Coun- because of the high water table. Two clean-up when these liners start leakingor
space for less dangerous offenders. I under the criminal code, with enhanced ty (finally by legislative approval and nearbyarea resident wells tire only 25' in the event of a natural disaster
don't think it's right that effective programs penalties for possession, use and sale and without regard to the flawed $500,000 and 27' deep. (hurricane, etc.). There are private
and rehabilitationare of crack-houses site selection process) as a site for a companies specializing in solid waste
for education for operation
; "State of the Art" Regional Hazardous 2. There are two reasons why this site
that would be build
disposal to
being cut; and I don't think it's right Waste Incinerator that would handle was selected:
Amendment to the criminal code to composting plant (85% at least) and
that serious juvenile offenders laugh at hazardous waste from all of Florida
also meet DER with a
Convenience. requirements
make employment or use of youth in drug 1 Centrally
Southeastern states and Puerto -

the system while intervention programsfor seven (7) between Starke and Macclenny. small lined landfill in our area.
activities .
reachable youth aren't being funded. illegal; Rico. But Bradford County,
Baker County and the Department of '2. the DOC had land available and We as a group of citizens are exercising
Enhance activities by Coast Guard Corrections in these counties want to they need a new place to dump. By the our legal right by filing for an Ad
"Some offenders are getting out of Customs Service, and Drug EnforcementAdministration pile garbage 60 feet high in a so-called way DOC has Just recently been fined mlnistratlve Hearing to protect ALL
prison after serving as little as 15 percentof to expand their efforts to State of the Art" Regional Landfill.It $100,000 by the E:.P.A. for polluting New citizens': health from a few narrow
their sentence. Right now, some of the combat drugs on the seas, in the air and is most disturbing to the ordinary River at Raiford. Can we afford more minded politicians who most likely will
citizens of Union County why the line their
worst offenders pollution in this environmentally sensitive pockets instead of this environmentally
are refusing probation or on land, and use the military in fighting leaders of our neighboring counties,are area? unsafe landfill.
community control and going to prison in- drugs. so anxious to throw their garbage over
stead, since they know they will serve on- the fence into our yard. If a ironic that The to best the site NRSWA for this Chief landfill. (according Last year 'we also filed for a temporary
ly a minimum time." Make use of underutilized military not long ago Baker County Commission Frank Darabi) would have been Engineer in the injunction against the NRSWA
bases, such as Tyndal and Eglin, as voted 4 to 0 in favor of a resolution prohibiting "Highland" area of Bradford to prevent construction of this dump until
Chiles says we need to: prisons; Duval County from building a The reason it is not being put there certain major Issues are settled. The
landfill within mue of Baker Coun- truth Is
one because the NRSWA expected too much ,Joe that the DER could be imposing
Cut off foreign aid to countries not ty's line. But it's okay to truck garbage opposition from that county.We extremely large fines against
Provide sufficient prison beds to 25 miles across their county line into Bradford because current
cooperating in the drug war, and require are not the only ones that see the County your
restore credibility to the prison system. countries to negotiate drug Union County at Ellerbee Curve on SR danger lying ahead. (Lined landfills landfill Is contaminated. But they have
Fancy facilities are not needed and, as the U.S.and 121. If this "State of the Art" Regional leak). UCAP and the Town of Raiford decided they would not impose these
; Landfill Is designed so well why areyou daily fines at this time because Brad-
Governor would look at ways to provide joined forces with a small group of con-
much of time
spending so tryIng is in
your County current litigation over
Work * cerned citizens to fight this
secure prisons at cheaper prices. to put it in Union County? Let's putit Pork-Barrel landfill. The two political the proposed Tri-County dump. We are
and boot are effective for In his In Bradford or Baker County. Here million the Bradford
camps camps campaign to return Florida dollar grant from the state of Florida actually saving citizens of
many younger prisoners and I would use government toe people rather than the are some of the facts that COmmis- comes not from the Regional conceptfor County money. So if you vote for in-

them as much as possible.Make monied interests that pour millions into letter.sioner Riddlck purposely left out of his a'landfill, but because a few creased blame the taxes good citizens in your of county Union County don't

the campaigns of others, Lawton Chiles 1.There was no site selection process legislators felt sorry for poor Union for your mistakes.
.. sure that so-called "gain says "This time the people will win." It Involved for determining the location of for County the which Southeast they Regional selected Hazardous as the site All citizens insist that your County

time" is granted only when the prisoner will be a great day for Florida if they do. this Regional Landfill. The "Environment" Waste Incinerator. This landfill wouldbe Commissioners take their blinder off
work of all things wasn't even considered or recycle him if he's up for re-election
Is in train- SR-121 from
successfully engaged a directly across the
Let law enforcement agencies make'' In choosing the Ellerbee Curve this year.
Hazardous Waste Incinerator it
Ing education, or rehabilitation pro- site. For those who aren't familiar with making
use of cash and other assets seized in very convenient to dispose hazardous Doug Wilkinson
gram. drug raids. tills area. Turkey Creek Swamp waste ash. (A Concerned Citizen
nf Union Countv)


July 12,1900 TELEGRAPH D .. .1

Announcing. .

{ Events '. .' '. Stephanie Lauren McKInneyMr.
i. and Mrs. Alan McKlnney of Gainesville proudly announce the birthof
S r t1Ti a daughter, Stephanie Lauren, born June 30 at Shands Hos joins in
: Gainesville. She weighed 8 Ibs. and was 20 Inches long. She a

Wegd ng& g brother, Kevin and a sister, Holly.
'" < Maternal grandparents are Mrs.Annie Layne and the late Mr.Layne of
U itli ,fAn; U (: Tracy City, TN.

Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bans McKinney of Starke.
All social items must be submitted by Tuesday/ pm, i

for publication on the following Thursday. NO Tiffany Kaye JohnsMr.
Starke the birth of a daughter,Tiffany
and Mrs.Jim Johns of announce
COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaperstaff. Kaye, born May 18 in Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville. She

If a black & white photo is not available,please joins three brothers, Michael, Jonathan, and Daniel.
Maternal and Janis Richmond of Michigan.
grandparents are Larry
submit a color negative for printing. Maternal great grandparents are Martin and Irene Richmond and Eddis

Sheffer, all of Michigan.
Paternal grandparents are M.L. and Pat Johns of Starke/Lake Butler.
Party Honors Mary Anne Tillman,

July 7 BrideElectMary Jacob Robert O'Neal
ifKF John and Michelle O'Neal of Lawtey announce the birth of a son,Jacob
Anne Tillman was the recent honoree at an afternoon bridal party Robert O'Neal, born July 1 in Orange Park. He joins two brothers, JohnF.
held Saturday, June 30. The delightful event was held at the home of Mrs. tMr + O'Neal, Jr. and Joseph Solomon "Josh" O'Neal.
James E. Rogers Jr.on Searing Street. Hostesses for the afternoon party Maternal grandparents are Clyde and Roberta Griffis of Lawtey.
were Mrs. Bill Adams, Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. Bert McGee Mrs.M.A. a Maternal great grandparents are Fanny Lloyd and the late Joseph R.
Payne, Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. David Walker of Tampa, ZIrs. Warren Lloyd of Phoenix,Arizona and Sybil Griffis and the late Clyde Griffis, Sr.
Winkler, Mrs. John David Woody of Orlando, and Mrs. Rogers. of Lawtey.
Guests were greeted and welcomed in the foyer of the home by Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Willie and Mildred Dean and the late JohnC.
Rogers, Mrs. Adams, and Mrs. McGee. The honoree and her mother, .and Mrs.Michael Targonski O'Neal of Maxville. '
Mrs. John Miller, received and visited with their well-wishing friends in
the living room. Inviting guests into the dining room for party Bonnie Padgett, Michael Targonski Gaylon Melvin Williams, Jr.
refreshments were Mrs. Winkler and Mrs. Reddish. Wed June 27 in Las Vegas Mr, and Mrs. Gaylon Melvin Williams, Sr. of Ocala announce the birthof
The party table was overlaid with a oriental lace tea cloth over a rose a son, Gaylon Melvin Williams, Jr., born July 10 in Ocala.
Blossoms and was centered with an arrangement of fresh summer Bonnie Thomas Padgett of Lawtey, and Michael James Targonskl of Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mullins of Starke.
interspersed with American beauty red roses and baby's Jacksonville were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 27, in Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Williams of Ocala.
breath. Pouring coffee from the silver service during appointed hours Las Vegas Nevada.
were Mrs. Bobby Ferguson, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. S.G.; Denmark. The bride, daughter of Lucia Thomas of Starke and the late Russell Attend Ga.
Tropical fruit punch was served from the service at the opposite Thomas, was previously employed with Dr. Harry Gruen. Wade Overstreet to CollegeCadet
end of the silver The bridegroom,son of Mr. and Mrs. D.J. of
dining table, by Mrs. of Tampa, aunt of Targonski Jacksonville Wade Overstreet, son of Doris and Maurice Overstreet of
the bride. Guests delicious president of Gator Concrete Services Inc.
were served their choice of and colorful ,
has to his 6-week ROTC
Heights enjoy Camp
Keystone come Army
desserts from an array of cool, summer confectionary Following a stay in Las Vegas, the couple will reside in Mandarin, His
r Mrs. Jacksonville. Challenge Leadership Program at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. half-way
Inviting guests the great room were Mrs. Denmark Payne graduation will be July 25.
and Mrs. Walker. .. ___ _,,,_ point
A second)party table overlaid with a matching tea cloth I< "" The Leadership Program is a step toward Wade attending Georgia
over a yellow liner,held a large footed crystal bowl filled with fresh chill-
Military College in Milledgeville, Ga.for the next two years.At that time,
ed melon and assorted fruit.Sliver compotes held a mixture of party nuts. he will graduate as an Army lieutenant.
ble, Gracing the table was an arrangement of mixed summer flowers. Placed According to his parents, the trip away from home was hard on Wade
at specific vantage points throughout the home and porch areas were arrangements for the first week or so. He missed his truck and his freedom. He wrote
ras of summer flowers, tropical plants and large hanging home to his parents that he wished they had used"a little more disciplineon
baskets of fern and lush greenery.The him (to prepare him for the discipline in the program) while he was
bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. John Miller, were each pinned growing ."
with pink shoulder corsages upon arrival.The honoree was also given an All in all, Wade said it hasn't been so tough once you get used to it.
electric ice cream churn and set of steak knives by the party hostesses asa { As part of their training, they are put into a "gas chamber"and gassed
memento of the occasion. for 45 minutes (with gas masks, of course). Wade was quoted in his base
Invited to call during the party hours of 2:30: to 4:30 p.m. were 229 < P i. newspaper, "People in the News", as saying, "It (the gas chamber) was
friends of the bride and groom and their families. no fun at all, certainly not something I enjoy doing."

Clianda Bride-Elect Wade earned a 2-year scholarship at Georgia Military College where
Padgett, leadership means being responsible for the welfare of others.
Honored at Miscellaneous Shower w' Following his July 25 graduation, Wade will be home for about a month,
then he will attend Georgia Military College.Double .
Chanda Padgett,bride-elect of John Stanwix-hay,wes entertained at a
miscellaneous bridal shower June 29 at the First Christian Church
Fellowship hall.
+ The table was covered with a white linen cloth centered with ar-
rangements of roses. Silver candelabra held white candles. The punch 1 n Offec
xf r1LsA
t table was covered with a white cloth and crystal punch bowl. \ + :
The honoree received many useful gifts.Hostesses for the evening were
ladies of the church.Rehearsal '

Dinner Held June 22

For Montgomery/Hughes WeddingOn r ? I Ir

Friday, June 22, the rehearsal dinner for the MontgomeryHugheswedding :" *
party was held at the Western Steer Steakhouae. "" : '
The u-shaped tables were covered with lace trimmed pink linen cloths. I : _
Centering the head table was an arrangement of astromeria lilies, mini- ." 1 M, yt \ "
carnations, daisy and pom-pom mums, baby's breath and ivy. On either l\I ,
side of the centerpiece were crystal globes with burning pink votive '.. '

candles. The crystal globes with lighted candles and smaller ar- ... .
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the ''- ''' < ,
rangements like the centerpiece lined side tables. -"'"""; '-
Seating arrangements for the approximately 40 guests were marked :': ''0'
y Mr.Marion >>
with place cards. Bridal napkins accented each plate. 1IfJ".Mojer" \.. Mh. rart, N1'ti... fSsfai
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After the blessing by Edwin Montgomery of Fernandina Beach, cousinof F] { eMir
the bride-elect, the guests were served a steak dinner. 90th Birthday Celebration Held
The groom presented his attendants with gifts during the evening.
\ Guests enjoying the delicious dinner were members of the wedding party For Mrs. Marion Moyer f The New Look Bonus. j 'A If,,17Y'\A1' '71'W4:
family and out-of-town guests. Surrounded by her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, I |
JlI i Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hughes, parents of the groom, hosted the dinner. Mrs. Marion Moyer was the honored guest at a delightful surprise birth free WtthAnv Sl450 L\CUVCl.
day party on Thursday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. J. Greig Moyer (Mrs. I 11. i
Engagements. Moyer's son and daughter-in-law) hosted the joyous celebration at their Merle Norman Cosmetic with a free mini-
home on Kingsley Lake. PllldiaSe.makeover I you've never I
To begin the evening, Mr. Moyer proposed a toast to honor Ms. Moyeras
Cynthia F. Alderman, Kevin P. GnannTo an extraordinary mother and person. To add to the surprise of the I the natural look of I I looked so good so fast
Wed 27 evening festivities was the arrival of Mrs. Moyer's daughter and son-in- The-.', the Youthful Effects
July '
law, Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Riccardi (Vereen) of Royal Palm Beach.In | the 90 s wIth our New Look I mini-makeover to help I
Ms. Cynthia Frances Alderman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.William R.' the dining room, the refreshment table, clad in a blue cloth with an bonus. you
Alderman of Hampton, and Kevin P. Gnann,son of Mr. and Mrs.WilliamT. ecru lace overlay,was centered with a lovely fresh floral arrangement.A I There's In Cafe I get rid of the appearance
Gnann of Starke, announce their approaching marriage.The beautiful three-tiered birthday cake was the focal point. I lipstick of those little lines and
ceremony will be an event of Friday, July 27, at 7:30 p.m. at the Approximately 40 family members enjoyed this very special occasion. Pink and powdery creme I II I wrinkles,the Quick And
home of the groom's parents on Forsyth Road. Mrs. Moyer was also the mother of the late Elizabeth M. Strickland I blusher in Satin! Mauve, Lux- :
.;.... Following the ceremony, a reception of barbecue and dancing will be (Beth). i iva Skin Refining Cleanser, |j Natural,the EyeEnhancingLuxiva I II
attend. mini-makeover Your Best
held. All friends and relatives are invited to ,
t Creme and Luxi
Day I the
Long Lasting
:,;: I Michelle Kurimay, Jimmy Muse Local Florist I Iva LIqUId Creme Foundation. Makeup minI.

: To Wed Saturday, July 27 Places in CompetitionLocal I I
I Michelle Kurimay and Jimmy Muse cordially Invite all friends and florist Bill Wilson, Jr.,owner of Wilson's Florist,placed second in
I relatives to join them in their wedding ceremony to be held Saturday,Ju- the Florida State Convention Competition for Designer of the Year held I ffiERLE noRmon- I II
ly 27, at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Starke. A reception will June 22-24 at the Omni in Jacksonville.Bill .
follow in the church fellowship hall. also placed first in the head dress competition by designing a head I
I Miss Kurimay is the daughter of Carolyn Sappof Starke and the late dress to the theme of "The King and I". The convention theme was I 118 S. Thompson
Zolton Paul Kurimay. Mr. Muse is the son of Ed and Hazel Muse of "Flowers on Broadway". Bill also took third place in costume. He dress- I
y; r Lawtey.unty'y ed as the King from the King and I. Starke. Flat-
He was also recognized as the designer and decorator of the president's
banquet table centerpieces, gold chandeliers which stood 6 ft. tall and L---- _9ft 355_ _ .J I IWe
held three beautiful arrangements of roses, babys breath, springrea,

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Virginia Crawford Graduates JU Floriland Realty Welcomes New Realtor

Virginia Pauline Randolph Realtor is now located at Floriland Realty, 393 N.
G. Crawford
a communications Collegiate Journalists and Baptist
major from Starke, Temple Ave.,Starke.964-7700.
r Campus Ministry. Miss Crawford Pauline cordially invites all her old customers and friends to come by
was one of
the more than 450 competed in the Miss Florida
students to graduate from Jackson- Pageant as Miss Jacksonville 1987, and see her for all your real estate needs.
ville University this spring. She Miss Jacksonville University 1988,
received a bachelor of arts degree and Miss Olustee Festival 1989. She Griffis ReunionSet
w magna cum laude. placced in the top 10 finalists in 1967
She is the daughter of Nell and and 1989. for August 4
r Patti Crawford. While attending JU, She is employed as public relations The annual Griffis Reunion is set for 12 noon Saturday, August 4 at
Virginia was a member of the stu- specialist with Blue Cross and Bethel Baptist Church, Road 230 A, Starke.
dent chapter of the Florida Public Blue Shield Florida in Jackson- For more information, call 964-5617 964-5409,964-5678.
Relations Association! the Society of ville. .. ..--,
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employees hired by HRS when of- _
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associate of arts degree and from
the University of North Florida with l 1 _
bachelor of arts degree. At the '
time of her retirement she was a
public assistance specialist II in the
Medicaid Eligibility Unit under Ag- White
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Gator QuarterbackClub. t I gJul9othruSunday ,


Plans are made for a rant'u fun :; July 15, 1990,
1 as well as "Gator'informed
.,,1m the club. First meeting of .lt G RAP ES
the Gator season will be September 6
in the Community Center at the O
Fairgrounds.You will be given more
details in our next news itemIt ,
is the big year for all of you r
would-be Gators to join the Starke
Gator Quarterback Club. You will 090 I
appreciate the informative meetingsand
boosters enjoy the fellowship the Gator Holly Farms Grade A Small Lb

Have you been wanting to get Pack & Family Pack Split
away for a fun-filled weekend with
the Gators? Now is the time. Sign today
and follow the Gators to iCHICKEN BREAST r

Call Alabama 964-6911. Tennessee or 964-7451 and for Kentucky reservations ___ ,_ : _

nn't wait it may be too late. A '
reminder to all of you Gators who
".,\'c- overlooked paying dues. Dues 38 1
are due and payable June 30. Mail-
ing address is P.O. Box 417, Starke, $ 1
FL 32091. .
It's great to be a Gator In'' _
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Blood Mobile ScheduledFor Lb. :

Oral Tanner CauseThe .

Civitan Regional Blood
Mobile is scheduled for a special
stop in Bradford County, Wednes- '
...:4day?,July 18, from 10 a.m. until 2:30 $ :$
p.m. at the Double Wide Home
Center in Lawtey.Donations .
of blood are being re-
quested for Oral Tanner, victim of
severe burns suffered in a crash
while driving at the Columbia Speedway -
July 7. Tanner is in the burn $ 1 99
unit at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville with severe burns to his
hands,face,neck and shoulders,and
10 Lbo New
internal damage from inhaling Bag Crop
dames and fumes.

Revival... WHITE POTATOES Each
A revival is scheduled at the New
River Baptist Church July 9
through 13, 7:30 p.m. The church is ,. .. .
located just off CR-235, north of '_ ... :, ', .. : '::_c .' .' : ," '
Rrooker. Speaker is Terry Cran-
ord, pastor of the Lake Butler
First Baptist Church. 6 pack Cherry/Purple" Sau/Shark FinTropicalKOOLJUDKOOLERS L Hunt's 27.5 Ounce. 1 Lb. Squeeze

Vacation Bible School... TraditionalMeatMushroomSPAGHETTI H
At St. John Missionary Baptist
Church Lawtey, July 9 through 13 6 pack Mixed/Orange SAUCE H \
at 5:30: to p.m. Reverend Herman MARGARINE
Johnson, Pastor. TANG FRUIT BOX

BHS Class of 1970... -.T 99 l ( Y... AIllltl.0

,festivities for the 20 year reunion $1049 7ge
(' BHS Class of 1970 is schedul-
i( >Friday and Saturday nights,
October 2627. All graduates are
to send in their
strongly urged
Mary reservation Sue Tomlinson forms and ASAP money to to help I Food Lion 6.5 Ounce i\i 24 Ounce Assorted Sizes & Flavors
cover the costs of the reunion.
Please send $40 per couple or $20 : Light Chunk in WaterTUNA \ WESSON Freezer Queen & Morton
,per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, I
RFD 5, Box 7641, Starke, 32091. '
The next meeting of the planning I' -- OIL FROZEN ENTREES
committee is scheduled for Mon- "
day, July 16, at 7:30: p.m., in the ICED BtEF
home of Cindy Futch 403 S. Cherry ,

St.For Cindy Kirkland,additional ph., ph.964-8953 473-2372.information, of David, call 2/$1/ Fi'i99c' 8ge I.

BHS Alumni... _
centennial BHS alumni celebration are planning of Bradford a FOOD LION CHARCOAL..lo u. .99 IVORY BAR SOAP..4 .99

High School, which will be 100
years The old BHS in Alumni 1991. Association is FOOD LION CHARCOAL STARTER. .32 oz. .99 FOOD LION BABY OIL. . . is oz. 1.22.

sponsoring a membership drive.
Join today. U your membership has 2 liter DM Ceke,
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues RM DM Ck -
are$5. Send checks to Alumni i9ABSTDRAFT, a= !
Association P.O. Box 1094, Starke, COKE CLASSIC .. SAVE $1tO:
32091. Dale brown, President. PABST X-LT when you buy 20 e..Oatnwal l Raisin, Crl p.

PABST LT. --.. Jul, 9, thru July 15 1990
I 12/6 PK CN "a.,.FOOD UON, IMC.
Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, 9 9 0 #11063900
Inc. is trying to Identify those ,
families who have children receiving ?:,..._. .,.. ,"
free or reduced lunches throughout :errltfcrffl ::; -':!-,::;:........:::.":':" ": I
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school system. 2 Liter+ DM SpriteSoitto / $199 :r.r"llllj 111
U you child is in either of these .. .; ...,. ,1.11 t"C.t :: m:::w:.:w
groups, your family may be eligiblefor It.'i aCelce1;. .
food through our agency duringthe Pkt.= i ... .. 1.71.0. .
summer months. If you would
like to apply for food assistance,
come to 408 W.Lafayette St.,
Monday-Friday, 1-4 p.m., to make

application.Art ( $: I 0 c c c c
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f Keystone Height is plannIng it's fei&tf
13th annual Festival of the Lake*
M' Art Show,scheduled for Labor Day
5 week-end, Saturday and Sunday,
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T Janet M. Montgomery, Tim H. Hughes i' : I


Wed June 23 in Starke CeremonyThe

First Presbyterian Church of Starke was the setting June 23 for the The reception was held in the fellowship hall where large potted ficus
weding of Janet M. Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David H. and schefflera and arrangements of fresh flowers were used at vantage
Montgomery of Starke, to Tim H. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert points. A large wreath of Spanish moss, decorated with garlands of pink
Hughes of Green Cove Springs.The ribbon Ivy, baby's breath and fresh summer flowers hung on the wall.
3 p.m. wedding was officiated by Rev. E.F. Montgomery Jr. of The bride's book was kept by Ms. Melissa Gay.
Lake City, uncle of the bride and Rev. Jerry Patton. James H. Mon Mrs. George Copeland greeted the guests.
tgomery of Lake City, uncle of the bride, assisted in the The bride's table was covered with a white floor length skirt with a
The couple exchanged vows before a 15-candle gold arch candelabra white lace overlay. Centering the table was a four-tier wedding cake
flanked on each side by two 7-candle gold candelabra, each of the three decorated with double hearts, roses and stephanotis. Three
featured a large basket of fresh fern.Two large arrangements of pink and single lighted pink tapers in silver holders flanked one side of the bride's
white carnations, gladiolus and spider mums were centered between the cake and a decorated silver goblet, the coupe de marriage, was on the
candelabra.The unity candle stood to the left of the pulpit area.Tha fami- other side. The cake was served by Mrs. Herb Herres, Mrs. Robert Pat
ly pews were marked with ivory bows, with a white rose bud and Ivy. An terson, Mrs. Nelle Ahrhart and Mrs. Harold Gay.
A arrangement of roses, gladiolus, mini carnations, mums and gypsophilia The groom's table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered
centered the vestibule table. with a German chocolate cake,decorated with a golf course. It was serv-
P Nuptial music was provided by organist Mrs. Henry Greene, and ed by Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Sr. and Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf.
r; pianist, Mrs. E.F. Montgomery,Jr.} aunt of the bride. Soloists were Mrs. The round punch tables were covered with white floor length skirts and
Al Reinken of Charlotte, N.C. and Joey Herres of Jacksonville. white lace overlays and centered with silver punch bowls. Presiding at
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a Ivory silk taffeta the punch bowls during tbe afternoon were Mrs. Bernard Ruckdeschel,
gown with a portrait neckline on a dropped basque bodice with appliqued Mrs. Robert Autry, Mrs. L.V. Hardin, Mrs. Hugh Hutson, Mrs. Jeanne
embroidered silk organza flowers adorned with irrldescent sequins andpearls. Cornell and Mrs. Arthur Sheddan.
The long fitted sleeves had Inserts of sheer illusion with matching Both the food table and the gift table held fresh arrangements of roses,
flowers and were lavishly trimmed with the sequins and pearls and came purple iris, yellow pom-poms and daisy mums, lavender liatrus, pink
to a point over her hands. The lace trimmed semi-cathedral train mini-carnations, baby's breath and fern.
featured a center inset of silk net trimmed to match the bodice and Beth Slater assisted Trey Wickline and Anne Montgomery, cousin of
sleeves. Her double layered fingertip veil featured a rolled edge and attached the bride, In passing out the rice bags to the guests.
to a sheer sequined petal tiara with crystals and pearls. She car- Assisting in serving and caring for the guests were Mrs. William Ed-
ried a cascading bouquet of white roses, mini carnations, stephanotis, wards, Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. George Copeland and Mrs. George
freesia, gypsophilla and ivy. Stein.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Tommy Loveless. The Mrs. Bill Thomson provided piano music accompanied by Joey Herres
bridal attendants were Mrs. Alan Montgomery, sister-in-law of the bride and Mrs. Al Reinken.
and Ms Teri Hughes,sister of the groom.The attendants wore two piece Following a wedding trip to Franklin, North Carolina, the couple now
tea length suits of moire in rose petal pink. Delicate ivory lace coveredthe reside in Green Cove Springs.
portrait collar and was repeated on the sleeves. The fitted jackets
-I IMr featured self-fabric buttons and double peplum styling, accentuating the I
classic sheath skirt.They carried arm bouquets of astromeria lillies,pink
roses, gypsophilia and ivy. Cousin of the bride, Emily Montgomery, was BUS Class of 1940 Sets Reunion DateThe
flower girl. She wore a gown similar to the other attendants.
Attending the groom as best man was his father, Hubert Hughes. Bradford High School class of 1940 is planning their 50th year class
Ushers were Jimmy Ballinger, Russ Hall, Jon Krause, Alan Mon- reunion it was announced by Arch Thomas, Jr., chairman of the event.
tgomery, brother of the bride, and Phil Wainwright. Twins, Cy and Ty The reunion will be held over the weekend of October 13.
.&Mrs.Tim H.Hughes Wainwright were ringbearers.David On Monday,July 30, at 7 p.m. a meeting of 1940 classmates will be held
C. Montgomery, cousin of the bride, and Josh Slater rang the at the Bradford Family Restauratn on 301 South. Please come and help us
I church bell following the wedding ceremony.The make final plans for our reunion..we need your help.
wedding was directed by Mrs. Greg DuChanois of Jacksonville, For information call A.J. Thomas Jr. at 964-6162, Dempsey Sapp at
Church: cousin of the bride. 496-3288, or Billy Jackson at 964-5262.

News. .

Monthly Sing

Set at BrookerFirst
Brooker cordially Community invites Church everyoneto of / :I 7 SJto

attend their regular monthly sing 20" Box Fan @
this Saturday, July 14, at 7 p.m.
Featured singers will oe The 3-speeds. Plastic band
Gospelaires of Gainesville. blade. Steel l case with
b baked enamel finish.
Revival Now a 04723

In ProgressA

revival Is in progress at the
Church of God of Prophecy, Inc. $1799 I Im
Services begin at 7:30 each even-
ing. Pastor W.T. Laney cordially in-
vites the public to attend.

Gospel SingSaturday I

NightNew I SERtSwitch
River New Congregational Outlet
Methodist'Church located Rd.
on '
.,125, is hosting a gospel sing thisISatuTdalTBrgKfr 'l .p :rRuorescentSHOPUTE: 15A. 120 volt AC sWitch. JoDuplex "
July"14-'with'6ft-- "Duma 24Oz.a' or 15A 125 volt outlet.

vices beginning at 7:30.: RTU KLEENUP ._ ""3 'Tube'' (Brown,40.,45'SPIS.or Ivory
Rev. John Yarbrough cordially in- ia. MJr ... N 140.5320SP1415320aHats
vites everyone to attend. All traatN Kills weeds and grass -- 40 Watt. Lasts up to
proceeds hrU down to the root In 6 years. 'Jv Each :"'
will to 49
go Victory Revival "
1-2 weeks. 04367 1111841' &
Center of Heilbron Springs, Inc. NQYv l

Barton Featured Family.singers will Everyone be The John Is $279 i is. 99A 0

Car Wash Set Q
For SaturdayA A: ii @ ;;: Summerlzer
1 .L Lawn Fertilizer WEED EATER'Sale

car wash to benefit Victory greening through 10" Electric ATT
Revival Center of Heilbron Springswill 12-Oz. summer
be held Saturday from 9 am til Spray scmnSvut. s&nnSmt. without t TrimmerCordless fi
?712.00 per vehicle. 16" Electric %"x50' Better excessive Edger I I Telephone!
The car wash will be held in the eaautmeNS tirsa Paint Web Chair Hose growth. Trims grass and ] i Full range performance,
Trimmer Garden
Community State Bank parking lot. Use Indoors or out Oversized frame, high Hedge Covers I light weeds. <-2 digital security Last
Gloss black or white, back. Peach. Cuts branches up to Reinforced;brass 5.000 sq.ft. !! 2.amp. motor. number radial.
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Souls OutreachTo
Host Sing white 1901-8,1601 primer.813138 9999 $3999 $ 199 $599 ( $2999 $ ,,99O

Souls Outreach Mission of Hamp- .
ton will host a sing Saturday, July .- .
21, at 7 p.m.Singers ?A,. Home

will be Five for the Rfci-oBug a! Pest
Master. .,wrn Insect RTU Home Control !!
Rev. Anthony Laney welcomes SERVI: Insect --', a. Kills ants .1.1 i iN r
everyone to attend. I Killer roaches 1m
Oscillating Kills bugsInstantly. Killer CUJIIOUiIC TIt 6" and more BugllteCarpenter's
1-Week Revival SERVlSDIR. Sprinkler Fast Kills roaches, Cordless Trimmer indoors Yellow light medium
9" All Waters up to 2,800 sq. ft. knockdownformula. ants spiders, and out. base. 40. 60& 100W
Starts July 19 PurposeRoller Water measuring Aqua more. 26 oz. Lightweight. Trims 8" 24 oz. '40.80 100AV
[<.Jr.1ft". Wood Glue Gauge. M28 12 oz. 1662 818' path. CLIPOUICK #1980
Brooks will be
Evangelist surrendering ,

ning July a 19 one-week through revival 25 at begin-the iWS Super Sandable palntable.strong I ,8 oz. Cover roller a g99 $249 $299 $OQ99 $399 $199- .

Evangelistic Pentecostal Church, E701 frame and tray.
730 Pine Street. InI $ 439 CR908SSR
The public Is cordially Invited to $ 99 eutruro11ao14.
attend regardless of color or creed.

Hampton Bapt. .

Youth Day Set Wood e its m. Nails4 Liquid t.... I Yale l 12-0z. "-9

Sat., July 14 t Saver I Water-resistant Door Closer SFAYfs l'> Entry Lockset a a .

Hampton Baptist Church has set a M4ML Enamel adhesive. Only 2-speed full rack and Single-Cut Keys Plymouth entry lock. Cleans and White
Youth Day for Saturday, July 14, Moisture one application pinion closer. Silver or Brass, nickel-plated. Bright brass finish.FS1NV60SKA2 rots Acrylic
beginning at 2 p.m. protective. needed. 10.5 oz. bronze. .PM3SB.53-BL Limit 2 per customer. 40016 Latex Caulk
Everyone is invited to come out redwood Birch white M.N601B $4999 O $13 99 $ 99 with Silicone
and participate In the numerous activities 07192405,7167: 99
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Including baseball, basket or out. 0
ball, volleyball and lots more. 91 199". 1rtr Resists moisture.Paintable. .
Refreshments will be served at 4 Fuu Ik !e 20-yr. mfr.

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p.m.To get to the church, turn left off etOI
US 301 south onto highway 18, going a Neat 'n <] t crrIQ.::::: '.. 29
8" 2T>Oz.
toward Hampton and travel about Tidy Shelf O 1
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Florida Department of State's $1199 $299 990 $- $79is 9 $19 99

Bureau of Folkufe will sponsor a
seminar on "Florida Folk Art" at
the Stephen Foster State Folk
Culture Center in White Springs on Individual dealers may limit quantities. Hardware Lumber> cash and stores may terms restrict only.Items to
July 16 and 17.The program designed Individual dealers may not stock all _ems carry
for teachers and others with an
Interest in traditional art. _
The seminar will be lead by a'
team of Florida folklorists, art
educators and folk artists. The two-
day program begins at 9 a.m. and
;. runs through 4 p.m. each day. 6 We Can HelpJTAR
Teachers may earn in-service credit

I fices.A with$.prior W registration approval from fee covers district the of- I. ACME HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLY

costs of materials and presenters for ,
the event. To register, send your : ;
name address, phone number, and ,,; 301 East Call Street STARKE
registration fee to: Nancy J. Nusz. ,
Bureau of Florida Folklife P.O. Box ,..,.
26S, White Springs. FL, 32096. For P
more Information call (904)397-2192.

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I Town and Countty Business Review I

Braslngton's Trail Shop Inc. ;! O.InC'I I Bridal Gowns By Montlra .

Where Dreams Come True
Located In Gainesville at 2331 N.W. 13th St. (Hwy. 441 1ji Scan Design

N.) in Albertson' Plaza, Brazlngton's Trail Shop offers Now that you have said "yes". it is time to shop for.
equipment for travel, camping, canoeing, backpacking, When u'MJ'e contemplating furnishing your home any custom made bridal gown by Montlra. Custom made
kayaking, family camping and climbing. Brasington's part of your home or for office furniture and gifts, it will just your for you. This is where most of the loveliest brides In..
Trail Shop Is the right place to see or call at 372-O521 or pay you to look over the offerings of the Scan Design this area shop because they know Montlra will design the.
toll free 1-800-251-4073. Shop Inc. located on the corner of NW <43rd Street and they have dreamed about.
BraSington's carries a complete line for all your needs 4220 16th Boulevard NW Gainesville Florida phone gown See her also for veils bridesmaids dresses eveningwear

outdoor needs and In all price brackets, too. Here you 378-5565. also dresses for the bride and groom's mother and
will find Just what you want at affordable prices and you Even if you are looking for Just one or more odd pieces. accessories. .
will discover why most people In this area make this they have Just what you want in furniture, as they are theI Never before has greater care been exerted by the bride ;
their main shopping spot for this type recreation home of the finest Scandinavian furniture in living ; in choosing her wedding gown.
equipment. room, dining room, bedroom wall systems, bookcases, | Brides to be in this vicinity now patronize this firm
Brasington's Trail Shop Inc., has planned well for you and entertainment centers.In because of the helpful hints and suggestions cordially :
now and all year. It Is a well-known fact there Is no firm 1 the gift department you will find china teakwood extended their customers. .*,' **
In Florida that has met with greater favor with the public hostess accessories stem ware stainless steel cookware They have built up a large business and the unusually ." ."'- "..
than this well-known firm. The management has had and much more. large trade they enjoy is the result of the beautiful custom;:". '"
vast experience In every feature of the trail shop business'and The manufacturers have come to know that Scan Design '1 made bridal gowns by this famous bridal courtier. '.
because of their knowledge In this area, they have Shop. Inc. only buys the best so they offer no other. This famous bridal shop is located at 29O6.NW 13th?if,
continued to witness the increase in their number of Remember this is the firm where friendship is valued Street. Gainesville. Florida, phone 3766813. ;. .
patrons.So. highly and it is a pleasure for us to direct your attentionto See Montlra also for'alterations and custom made..-
if you are in the market for travel, camping, them. shirts. She custom makes shirts that fit beautifully for .

climbing: and canoeing equipment everything in only thirty-five dollars, monograms free so go by soon, -
i archery, come by and see them. They also carry Affairs By Fays you will be glad you did. ./
Scout and Girl Scout clothes, books and equipment, and "Elegant Caterln(1for Every Occastnns"Affairs 1
they are distributors for everything for the Girl Scouts

and Boy Scouts. by Faye is located at 710 West University 1 Expert Service Group '

I Avenue. Gainesville Florida, phone 372-5844. I II Recycling For The Future ..
MorrelTs, Inc. They feature "elegant catering for every occasion" and I 906 S.W. 3rd Street. Gainesville "...
Faye also invites you to visit her party store where you I Phone 371-3891 :

Morrell's Inc. is located on the Plnemont Road. Lake will find wedding. supplies "Gator" supplies supplies for .j Randy Narramore. Manager
City. Florida, phone 752-3910. birthdays etc.Affairs i
Shopping for draperies, spreads, etc., Is not difficult if by Faye offers a catering service of real j Expert Service Group is recycling for the future. so'
you go to the right place. MorrelTs. Inc., in Lake City is excellence and it is unsurpassed in serving weddings. j why not do your part and make money at the same time .'
the ideal place to shop and save a bundle because they They also give special attention to dinners meetings, I for here you will receive prompt and fair payments for
specialize in beautiful ready-made draperies, spreads, cocktail parties club functions teas banquets parties, I newspapers (loose or bundled), corrugated boxes (loose or
comforters, beautiful linens and much, much more at brunches and office parties. In fact planning and '1 bundled). computer print out (white or color), ledgers, old
very affordable prices because they are all sold at catering for all type of events and always do it just a office records aluminum cans glass bottles, white and
discount prices. little nicer. You can rest assured that your party will be a I color ledgers and more. They offer commercial and

You will revel at their selection of linens you will find complete success if you arrange with them to do the I industrial pick-up prompt fair payments baler service.
linens for Katherine catering. I It is a well-known fact that there is no institution in
lovely Aunt Sister Sue or Mary the
bride to be that your purse will not find difficult to Society hostesses rely on this service for a true friend j the community that has met with greater favor with the
absorb. In fact, almost anything one could want In the in time of need. The party is a burden on any women public than this well-known establishment.
way of lovely draperies, bedspreads, etc. and linens can regardless of how efficient she may be. j By reason of the fact that the management has had
be found here.Morrell's. With their splendid service, delicious food and j wide experience in every feature of this business and

Inc. has planned well for you now and reasonable prices, it makes this service truly perfect. So because of their comprehensive knowledge of every
throughout the year and you can rest assured what you give them a call 'and be a guest at your own party and branch of the trade this establishment has continued to
want and need you will find and also you will find the don't forget. Faye will do it a little nicer. witness the Increase In the number of their patrons.
perfect gift in linens, even for the person who has : This is the day and age when the public demands the
everything. Shop also for your upholstery fabric where Gator Glass & Mirror best service and the best price.
you will find just what you have been looking for. You Gary Garrett. Owner Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a
are invited to shop or browse. wide experience in their particular field of endeavor the
Gator Glass management of this enterprising concern has been able
and Mirror has served Gainesville and the
to render a service to the people in their line that is
surrounding are since 1972 with professional service in
glass and beveled mirrors. distinctly professional.
Dixie Pipe & Supply Company Inc. Shopping for glass is not difficult if you go to the right

place. The right place to go is Gator Glass and Mirror Tuten's Automotive
Dixie Pipe and Supply Company is located at 2330 N.E. j
located at 15117 North State Road 121. Gainesville., j .
Waldo Road. Gainesville Florida, phone 372-6330 and I .
Florida phone 331-1874, because they specialize
.I Tuten's.Automotlve.Jnc. on,4 214, S. Main Street in
need in valves, fittings and T < ,
can supply pipes
your every tempered glass shower enclosures, heavy glass tops etc.
Gainesville (phone 377-8100)) offers you the very best of
flanges.It I
They are mirror wall specialists and also beveled
is a well known fact that there is no institution in mirrors. I service in body repairs and painting frame pulling and

the community that has met with greater favor with the I You will revel in their selections of glass and mirrors. straightening, expert on unl-body (foreign and domestic.
public than this well-known establishment. By reason of I Here you will find some really beautiful mirrors for gifts I repairs), fiberglass repair and customizing. Jim Tuten.
the fact that has had wide in I owner gives free estimates.
management experience I for Aunt Katherine or Sister Sue on her birthday or
every feature of this business, and because of their Mary the bride-to-be that your purse will not find I Body repair specialists at Tuten's will return your
I total wreck into model automobile. Specialists have
comprehensive knowledge of every branch of the trade, difficult to absorb. In fact, almost any mirror one could '1 a
this establishment has continued to witness the increasein I want can be found here, and they are mirror wall I the expertise to rebuild nearly any auto, making it good
the number of their patrons. I as new and sometimes better. Old or new. foreign or
specialists. You will be more than pleased with their
This is the day when the public demands the best j professional, dependable service and price. I domestic, your car's body is repaired quickly and
quality and the best price. this I efficiently here.
Throughout section. Gator Glass & Mirror Is
I This shop has gained the respect of thousands of
Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a known as one of the firms engaged in the glass business I '
wide their field of endeavor the I motorists by providing quality work at a fair price. Only
experience in particular that has attained a position in the trade in this line that 1 '
management of this enterprising concern has been able I is tops in the business. the finest mechanics are employed here assuring,
to render a service to the people in their line that Is I I customers the highest quality work in this area. They' :
I also match paint tone to perfection. The paint specialists
completely satisfactory. Tile Contractors
I Supply Company at this shop have an eye for matching colors and can
2821 N.E. 20th Way. Gainesville FL I restore the brutal effect of time and elements.If .

Phone 372-0466 :I II you have been smashed lately need a new paint Job, -
I come by or give them a call. You will be glad you didt:
This firm has served this area since 1967 wholesaleand
Career Woman Fashions retail with Florida Tile Ceramic Bathroom Tile I
Decorative Tiles Brick and Pavers Quarry Tile Slate .1 Imperial Bedding Center
Career Woman Fashions Is located Newberry Crossing. and Marble. You are invited to visit their complete
Gainesville Florida, phone 332-2935. This is a boutique showroom. They also carry tools and setting materials. Imperial Bedding Center, located at 4101 South Main
specializing in classic fashions and accessories for the Because of the great volume of business transacted Street. Gainesville Florida, phone 377-8146 has served;'
career woman at very affordable prices because... when it through their extensive wholesale establishment, and Galnevllle and the surrounding area since 1948 with the'
comes to classic fashions for the career woman this because of their up-to-date business methods and the 1 finest bedding the market affords helping this area to get .'.

Boutique features the finest. high quality of products handled, this well known 1 a good nights sleep. They are your authorized dealer for*} :.s
You will find here classic fashions that seem to be made concern has gained for this section of commercial Sealy & Serta Mattresses, America's finest and best tleA.:\:
just for you. for your trip, business or school. You choose prestige as an excellent market for the wholesale and I market affords. They have in stock over twenty Sear/,*>:.;-
from this seasons best selection of sportswear when retail trade that could be gained In no other manner. I models for you to choose from which will make you not,
shopping here and all in the newest colors and styles. Their tile is the best the market affords. I only sleep better, but you will also rest better and wake'VP'3 i..fi' ".{*f,
You will also find a complete and interesting collectionof The patrons know they will receive the best tile, '1 feeling better. Just come In and look them over they..." > V; ..
play clothes and accessories at prices that suit you marble etc. at all times. They know that their orders ready for you to pick up or they will deliver. ,4' >
perfectly. will be filled equally promptly and efficiently 'I They are also the authorized dealer for adjustable',
They also carry BeautyControl Cosmetics Free color The watchword here is quality and service. The whole I electric beds that we hear so much about and are so very'
analysis. Feel free to come in and see their beauty atmosphere is one of courteous, pleasant and efficient comfortable that when you are away from home you wm':' ,
consultant.This attention. .not only miss your Serta you will miss your adjustable. .

summer and every season fashion-wise and price- They know that for quality their tile marble etc.. electric bed also.
wise; ladles come to this shop for classic fashions andacceafrories. cannot be excelled you win always find the best quality
They are unsurpassed in quality, come in the best service and the best price at Tile Contractors .
and make your selection now. while selections are most Supply Company In Gainesville ; MliM'"" '.''
complete. You will feel well-dressed and look the part in
classic fashions from this shop.
North :Florida Tractor World JI. "

Dave Hill Owner : 'oO

The Western 4
TepeeThe North Florida Tractor World is located at 2373 S.W Butler's. Radiator Service vvs ,

Western Tepee is located at 1-75 and Hwy. 441 in Archer Road. Gainesville Florida phone 372-5825 or37645O6. Russell & Elsie Butler. Owners i t ,.

Alachua. phone 462-4626. This is the ideal place to shop f Cpl"Butler's "
This progressive firm Is known far and wide for they .
for a complete line of western wear -- boots, Levis Radiator Service is located at 619 3.W. 4th ,.or
of the foremost dealers farm and
are one in implements
moccasins! ,Jeans by Lee.Wrangler Sunset Blues by Chic' Avenue. Gainesville Florida phone 372-0494 or 972-' '
farm machinery in this area and handle lines known
0495. have served the
along with a nice line of gift items. They Gainesville area for ataOt "
The Western Tepee is open Monday through Saturday throughout the world such as Case International: Kubota. :. half a century in radiator repair for cars truck,' : ; .
Long Hesston. Yanmar Tractor and Farm Equipment!; : .
to 6 and 10 to 5 User tractors and they also repair gas tanks water. *and : '
8:30 a.m. p.m., Sunday a.m. p.m. pump .
Bush Hogs. Cub Cadet Lawn&Qarden Tractors. New Idea heaters. 1-.
their convenient layaway plan.
Kathy Jarvis is the owner of this popular western Farm Machinery and others. They also .carry used. There Is nothing more important to the development .r'
apparel store where many people from this area enjoy .equipment. factory parts and service. of the modern American community than a progress; r
This firm Is under the direction of experienced
establishment such as this one. which is
shopping because they know they are buying quality complete with a
who know the business from A to Z.
at affordable management line of radiators of all kinds .and supplies and are
clothing complete prices. line of men's, ladles and I' During the time that they have been in business they prepared for an kinds of radiator work.
They carry a
children's Jeans hats, shirts. Jackets, western wear and have built a wonderful. large trade from this and' From the inception of this business; it has been one of. .
more. The reputation and large business of this store was adjoiningImplements areas. the most popular establishments in this section.
All and farm of the latest
machinery are Recoring of radiators is a important business
built upon the solid foundation of furnishing the highest very and
patterns and include all improvements the stock is they are equipped scientifically to do this work
quality at the lowest price and they have always treated and. their
their customers fairly.In composed of implements known as the best on the prices are most attractive.

western wear for the whole family, they carry a market. '>l I When it comes to radiators and repairs,'they are very
Men are in charge who are accommodating and who I complete. and you will readily learn it has
complete and attractive stock which is selected from the why cong to
manufacturers of western wear and offered to the will be pleased to demonstrate to any fanners who desire'I I ,be known as the house of service..c "
leading to drop in the favorite trading place and keep up on the,
public at great prices. ,latest models and supplies


July 12, 1900 TELEGRAPH Page 9A

I :Rascals: Undefeated in'T-Ball League Meet ]Peeps Monday. ,: I

-. ..,
I' \uWift a H record the Rascals i lead Mon., July 16: Rascals "
vs. Johns
Uj T-BaU League sponsored by the II a.m. Critters vs. Zonkers Peepsat at 10 Adams, Harrison Pearson, Will DeBlock, Kriston Touchton, Suzann 31-28 and won 31-18 Monday, July 2. Smith, Josh McKinney, Austin
Jaime Lynn Register: Whittle, Stephen Dustin
Starke Recreation Department. Cubbedge Leading the Rascals going 2-for-2 Carter, and Dusty Griffis.
a.m.Wed. Christina Vickery, and Zachary Smith, Pami Martin, and Michael
Team Standings: July 18: Criters were Destiny Kelly,Alicia Paterson,
I.acel. ........ ..-.. .... .. .. .... (.0 9 a.m. vs. Peeps at Hall. Going 2-for-3 were Buddy Mc- Winningham. Going 2-for-3 were Melanie Reed, Josh Black, Leading the Zonkers going 3-for-3
'........ .. .. ... ..... .... ... .ICr. ., Carey and Jesse Alvarez. Getting a Dusty Griffis, and Austin Carter. Elizabeth Paterson, Robert were Lisa Detlefsen, Laura
....r. .. .. .... ........ ... ..'.'.'.'M Critters 30 Peeps 28 Adams home run Harrison were Jesse Alvarez, Will Getting a home run were Joshua Rehberg, William Thomasson, Detlefsen, Philip Sellers, Ashely
Zonlw.. .. ..... .... .... ... .....p.g The Critters outhit the Lynn Register, and Pearson, Hall.Jaime McKinney,Stephen Cubbedge,Pami Jacob Hodges, Katie Rehberg Crawford, Chris Welch, Dave
Peeps 34-31 Zachary Martin. and Dusty Griffis. Jamey Stitt, Isiah Branton. Levi! Scholfman, Brittnay Johns, Drew
and won 30-28 Monday,July 2. Leading the Peeps.going 3-ior-3 Rascals 31 Zonkers 18
Upcoming... Lee Robert Paterson, and BenHightower. Moore, Will Hobbs Jamie Patter-
Joshua McKinnShannon
Going S-for-3 were
All for the Peeps were The Rascals outhir the Zonkerr Getting a home run 'Ion, and Brett Reddish.Rascals .
games are played at the Andrew
Pratt Polk
Street Recreation Polk, Matt Coleman 10.... __ -- were Josh Black William
Complex.' Stephen Denmark, Justin Thomasson, Isiah Branton, and ben

A> A : '.A..A..A. .. J Hightower. 30 Critters 29
'I vvvvvvvvvv-vrvYvY. Leading the Zonkers going 2-for-2 The Critters outhit the Rascals
: .4 were Brittany Johns, Laura Red- 35-34 but the Rascals won 30-29( Mon-
-4--tit 1st- dish, Randall Wheeler Ashely day, July 9.Leading .
:j i. Crawford, Chris Welch, Drew Rascals going 3-for-3
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Moore, Lisa Detlefsen, Andrew were Melaniethenie Reed, Destiny Kelly.
I McRae, Jamie Patterson, Dave Josh Blackburn Ryan Lowery.
First Baptist Church of Starke Schlofman, Will Hobbs. Getting a
I Florida S51 William Thomasen, Robert
163 West Jefferson SI.9M4M2enBijrutP I 9b4 VARIETy :wpm home run were Randall Wheeler, Rehberg,and Isiah Branton.Getting
> lor Ashely Crawford, and Chris Welch. two hits were Levi Lee Ben
0I I "''P1lt Hightower, Jamiee Stitt, Robert

Patterson, Alfonso Smith, and Katie
Peeps 35 Zonkers 30 Rehberg.:
The Peeps outhit the Zonkers 3l3.
JED and won S:>-SO Monday, July 9. Leading the Critters going 3-for-3

.' Leading the Peeps going 3-for-3 were Andrew Polk, Jamie Lynn
f were Pammy Martin, Shannon Register, Justin Johns, Matt Col-
II II I .' DeBlock, Stephen Cubbedge, eman, Harrison Pearson Jesse
Kristen Touchton, Suzanne Whiddle, Alvarez, Janet Johns, and Kilej
:I : All Printed Fabrics / Derrick Browing, Michael Win- Alvarez. Getting two hits were
ntphom' Dant' Rntmf nnslin Zachary Hull and Travis Chandler
I p
as Pastels

I w>JLLsr",7r' J4\\\ '. Stripes, Checks (?Fabulous See Come Our Jill Gnann to Compete ''I

I I.eg We Do Alterations. FaVrics! In Junior Olympics

I: Bring in or pick-up your alterations between Ten-year-old Jill Gnann of Starke
will travel to Miami Friday to
.I InY art I 7am- 8pm Mori-Sat., Sun. 9am-6pm. compete in the state Junior Olym-
I COME TO VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL I. $/f Cornell:arid get j tth nge for tllie i i"j a Southside Elementary stu-

.I A prin win b*July glmn bthoaswho.olor..d 16-20 9:0012:00 Mum IM.floor Noon,on Kit HIM An olni i, : laundromat,' ana your last minute Items:}f' dent track, and recently field participated division of the in Sun-the
M.VciHoi\wbM ScnooL < Bread mill and.ico1ddritlik6 i' shine State Games Junior Regional
if ; J ?
c ,
o <* On<* n*Mi'+ Kfm mt t rtd/ ,to Mutftoi WH Sdtool(5f4 M2J .I Os ( Qualifying Meet In Gainesville

7 11 4 Fey Fmay 1 1! 1 Mai t l ti l[gal ley F+ = Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary where she qualified to go on to the
=--- ,- state games. She placed second in
W. the long jump with a jump of 10 feet 3
'. -J 1/2 inches, second in the 100-meter
run with a time of 14.7 seconds, and
sr b first in the 200-meter( run with a time
I Y .f of 31 seconds. Entrants in the quali-

ji' t{;;. fying meet needed to place first, se-
4wjiit f:. cond or third in their events to
: qualify to participate in the state
Barnes Floor ;- > games. '
ContractingIf : This js only the first Jill has
Chamblee's Mobile Home Transport v.fG 1 year
1"1(111 competed In track and field events,
you need floors and want fine floors wood or tile Gainesville Phone 371-1212 ;,[ but she said she plans to com
Barnes Floor Contracting located, at 3510 S.W. 47th Melrose 4752909Chamblee's ) peting.She said she also pans to join
\\ the track teams of Bradford Middle
Street. Gainesville Florida 372-2177 Is the
phone placeto f8II
: School and Bradford High School
see or call, as they specialize In parquet flooring, strip Mobile' Home Transport Is very popular : when she gets older.
oak flooring and tile. with the this section of the state as they If Jill places first, second or thirdin

They offer a very complete service no matter what It Is offer the most modem mobile home (also small building) $I any event at the state games in
moving throughout the southeast. They offer complete j'. );; Miami next week she will qualify to
In the floor line, just call here and you will get real :
tear-down/set-up service. Their charges are very .. .. ..... :EJ; go on to nationals in Nebraska.Jill .
service. --
-' -----
is the of Cherrie and
Barnes.Floqr Contracting has built a reputation for his _reasonable apd it has beenrestimatedthat ,hey have Jill Gnann Plen Gnann daughter Starke.. .

lass *V3 fl c 1 ie-Ui&' '>!reading floor 'contractor and perform complete j In.moving mobile' .homes because: their prices are very '

and satisfactory service In wood and tile flooring and 1 affordable. Royals Lead Jr. Softball
sanding. Chamblee's Mobile Home Transport Is meeting with 'I
success as they solve the mobile home moving problem,
floors will the of
Shabby, worn mar appearance any
room especially in homes. Floors often distract because with no worry to the owner. They know how to handle 6-2 Meet Braves Fri.
mobile homes and have the equipment to do the Job right -,
clean smooth floors
they are shabby and worn can now
They are also Insured. With a 6-2 record the Royals lead
be had by his careful cleaning method which restores A's Yankees
16 6
floors to their original beauty.So There Is no more satisfactory way of moving your the Jr.Softball League sponsored by -
your The A's outhit the Yankees 17-8
mobile home. So don't make a move before callingChamblee's the Starke Recreation Department.Team
If you need new floors, wood or tile, or want your old standings: and wpn 16-6 Thursday, July 5.

floors sanded and you want the best quality and the Mobile Home Transport! Royal.. ... .. .. .. .. . .. .. '-2 Leading the A's going 3-for-3 was
finest floors at an affordable price, this Is the place to A'... .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. .5-3 Stefan Nichols. Getting two hits
call. Brave*. .. . .. .. .. .. .. ..1-4 were Shaun Muse, David Paul
Yank... . . .. ... . . 3-5 Brooks, Kevin Green, and Louis
Discount Carpets Cubs. .. ..... .. .. .. .. '" .. .. ..3-a Mann.
MICA-MODE CABINETRY Covering all of your Flooring Needs Twins...... .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .3.' Leading the Yankees going 3-for-3
was Nakiaha Williams. Getting two
2906 N.E. 20th Way In Gainesville, FL, Upcoming... hits was Kim DeSue.
Discount Carpets Is located at 330 NE 39th Avenue
Phone 378-2214 All morning games are played at
Gainesville Florida phone 3781948.If Yankees
Royals 13 3
Pratt Street Field. All night gamesare
you are In the market for carpets Discount CarpetsIs played at Edward's Road Field. The Royals outhit the Yankees
Vacchlano who
Mica-Mode Cabinetry owned by Frank the place to shop because this Is Gainesville's Mill Thurs.,July 12: Cubs vs. Yankees 16-10 and won 13-3 Friday, July 6.
has had over 15 years experience In cabinet making Is Warehouse, direct to you residential and commercial 11 a.m. Leading the Royals going 3-for-4

located at 2906 N.E. 20th Way In Gainesville FL and carpets, wood tile and vinyl and they have over 100 Fri.,July 13: Braves vs. Royals at were Cory Goetzman, Mitch Ames,
features custom built formica cabinets and countertops 9 a.m. Twins vs. Yankees at 10 a.m. and Jason Bennett. Getting two hits
quality remnants In stock. such
Top names, as A's vs. Cubs at 11 a.m. was LeAnn Carlton.
integrated Into fine quality modular systems. Philadelphia Carpets Stalnmaster Carpets Anso V, Mon. July 16: Braves vs. Yankeesat Leading the Yankees going 2-for-3
When looking to remodel your kitchen see or call Kent Worry Free Tile and Congoleum. 11 a.m. were John McMillan and Kenneth

& Fuller, custom cabinet maker'who will create a, I Why not brighten up your home or business with new Tues. July 17: Royals vs. Cubs at Wainwright.

kitchen you may call your own. I carpeting or other floor wall 11 a.m.
covering or covering only
Twins 12 Cubs 9
Twins at
of Wed. July 18: 'A's vs. 11
This firm features quality and Integrity, examples I famous brands are found here, as they are specialist In a.m. The Twins outhit the Cubs 26-20

which can be seen In many homes throughout the area. I all types of carpeting and floor covering and sell and won 12-9 Friday, July 6.
You may choose moderately priced cabinets offering a wholesale prices to you. You will find the colors you have Yankees 6 Braves 5 Leading the Twins going 4-for-4

host of convenient features. I been looking for expert Installation and a decorator will The Yankees and Braves tied their was Dennis Jackson. Going :3-for-4

Create a kitchen you can call'your own by choosing I help you choose the right colors to harmonize with hits 13-13 but the Yankees won 6-5 were Rhlanna Bott Patrick Dugan,
your and Drew Wainwright. Going 3-for-3
from a variety of wood stains, matched with your choiceof I walls draperies, etc. Friday Leading, June the 29.Yankees going 2-for-2 was Greg Moss. Getting two hits

counter top colors. They offer many colors and styles. I Give your rooms a new look of luxury a feel of was Kim DeSue. Going 2-for-3 were were Trent Patterson, Billy Maust,
Custom cabinets and vanities created to your underfoot comfort when you cover your floors with Andrana Raish and Travis Stacy. Shaun Muse,Morgan Fill,and Jacob

specifications are made In a very short time and the I carpeting from this fine firm the quality is high the Leading the Braves going 2-for-3 Ferguson.
the Cubs
Josh Lizenbee Brad Bishop, Leading going 4-fpr-4 was
prices are affordable. I price Is very affordable! They have the largest and best Kyle were Lizenbee, and Matt Rittman. Michael Pusateri.Going 3-for-3 were
Home builders or remodelers may now take advantage I selection you would find anywhere and to suit any decor Regina Wright and Jonathan Elder
'of their beautifully crafted kitchens and baths by calling I for any room In the house. Royals 10 Cubs 2 Getting two hits were Josh Lee Matthew .

this fine shop. Let them make your kitchen convenient. I Come In soon'and have your home decorated for the The Royals outhit the Cubs 21-10 King, and Chris Moss.

Having everything easily accessible makes the time you holidays ahead and they will show you what you are and won 10-2( Friday,June 29. Braves 19 A's 3
in that room more enjoyable. See or call today.They11 I each Leading the Royals going 3-for-3
spend missing day off that
put buying new
needs. you rug or were Shalen Browning and Cory The Braves outhit the A's 24-6 and
cater to your I carpeting. Goetzman. Going 3-for-4 was Keith won 19-3 Friday, July 6.
Taylor. Getting two hits were Tim Leading the Braves going 4-for-4

THE RANCHER INC Johns, Michael Sutton, Mitch Ames, was Tonika Bright. Going 3-for-4
LeAnn Carlton, and Jason Bennett. were Matt Rittman Phillip Pom-
Electric Motor Repair Company'of 'Your Complete Western Store"I Leading the Cubs getting two hits bier, and Eric Reddish. Going-
Gainesville 4821 NW 6 St. Gainesville, FL were Regina Wright and Jonathan 3-for-3 were Kyle Lizenbee and
Soles & Service I Phone 376-4595 Elder. Robert Hewett. Getting two hits
I were Josh Lizenbee and Brad

Electric Motor Repair Service of Gainesville Harry I This popular western apparel store Is where most people A's The 31 A's- outhit Twins the 3 Twins 43-8 and Bishop.Leading the A's getting two hits

Bryan, owner Is located at 2816 N. W. 6th Street, phone I from this area enjoy shopping, ,because they know they won 31-3 Friday June 29. were Shaun Muse, Jay Wilkerson,
.372-8318. Gainesville Florida, and Is headquarters In sell only quality clothing at affordable prices. Leading the As going 4-for-4 were and Emily Hartley.

this area for electric motors. sales and service. I They carry a very complete line of men's, ladles, and David Paul Brooks Kevin Green, Twins 6 Royals 2

They specialize In electric motor sales and service and I children's Jeans, hats, shirts Jackets western wear and Macy Stephens, will Hartley, and, Louis Chris The Twins outhit the Royals 13-10
Mann, Jason McCullough
are an authorized dealer for many makes. I more. The reputation and large business of this store was McKenzie. Getting three hits were and won 6-2 Monday, July 9.
This firm offers a most comprehensive service In built upon the solid foundation of furnishing the highest Jay Wilkerson and Emily Hartley. Leading the Twins going 3-for-4
electrical repair work on electrical motors and the quality at the lowest price, and have always treated their Getting two hits were Shaun Muse was Marcus Moore. Getting two hits
I for the whole family, and Lindsey Woodfin. were Chad Farnsworth, Andrana
.. rewinding and rebuilding of them. customers fairly. In western wear
2-for-2 Hamon, Kim DeSue, and Billy
They have saved the purchase of many a new motor I they carry a complete and attractive stock which Is were Leading Sherman the Twins Ross going, Dennis ,Maust.

because of their satisfactory service. They also have new selected from the leading manufacturers of western wear, Jacksonand Patrick Dugan. Leading the Royals going 2-for-3

and rebuilt motors for sale. and offered to the public at prices that .denote real and were Mitch Ames, Jason Bennett,
Throughout this section this concern Is known as one true worth. The public has come to know this and to look Cubs 11 Braves 8 and Nick McNelley.

of the firms engaged In electrical repair work of motors over their lines for unusual offerings. They can also The Cubs outhit the Braves 15-11 Braves 8 -'Twins"The
In the trade In this line that need In boots-the finest the market and won 11-8 July 3.
attained supply every
that has a position your Leading the Cubs going 4-for-4 was Braves and Twins tied their
brings an ever Increasing business and as a consequence affordsall name brands and all sizes to size 15 In men'sboots. Jonathan Elder. Going 3-for-3 was hits 6-&but the Braves won 8-4 Tues-

the place Is headquarters for everything pertaining to Charlene Wright. Gwtting two hits day, July 10.Leading .
electric motors. For work of this kind you will find they You will also find your every need In guns ammo, were Chad Whaley and Wendy the Braves going 2-for-2
were Tonika Bright, and Brad
always give complete and satisfactory service In very archery and knives. Crews. 2-for-3
the Braves'going 3-for-3 Bishop. Going was Kyle
short order. You can be sure that when they do a Job It Is They carry western and english tack-horse cattle pet was Leading Nikki Jackson. Getting two hits Lizenbee.

well done as there Is no branch of this work that they and vet supplies, and much, much more. So come by and were Kyle Lizenbee, Robert Hewett, Leading the Twins going 2-for-3
hove overlooked. shop or browse. You will be glad you did! and Matt Rittman. was Marcia Moore.r .

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Page IDA TELEGRAPH July 12. HWO ._ .
DATE. Board of Adjustment on property that Is undersigned DONALD L. HARDEN. Bradford County; Floridaltchg
Terence M. Brown P.A. classified RSF-MH and described below: BROOK 406. N. Orange Street Starke, 7/12; Cont. No. 535

Attorney for City Parcel NO. 02774-0-00200 In Section Fl 32091. sole owner, doing business P.O. Number 4125

I [ LegallVotieesNOTICE ] Post Office Box 40 23, Township 6, Range 22 East Approximately under the firm name of FLORIDA HEART
486 North Temple Avenue 40'x40t. 16 East to NE 10th turn APPRAISALS 408 N. Orange Street NOTICEDON'ALD

Starke, FL 32091-0040 left go 3/4 mile on right.' Starke. Florida 32091 Intend to register
7/05 2tchg 7/12 Th.Bradford County Zoning Board will sold fictitious name under the aforesaid L. HARDENBROOK has made
review the application and make a statute.
OF INTENTIONTO thence run N 883426" E, along the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR recommendation to the Bradford County Dated this 5th day of July A.D., 1990 Home Occupation-Real: Estate, to the

REGISTER South line of sold Roosevelt Street, REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO Zoning Board of Adjustment for their In Bradford County. Starke Board of Adjustment on property

FICTITIOUS NAME 165.75 feet to the Westerly right of way THE LAND USE PLAN public hearing to be .held, at 7:30 p.m.. In 7/124tpdB/02 that I la classified R IC and described

Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida line of a county rood; thence run S An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive the Commission meeting room of City below:
Statutes notice Is hereby glv.n that the ri2'15"W, along said Westerly right of Land Use Plan Element and Hall 209 N. Thompson Street, Stork.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Lot 6 I 7 of Block 2 In Dowling Park

undersigned. Wayne Frier Rt. 8 Bon way line 408.61 feet to the point of Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990. At REGISTER except the southerly 64 feet. Parcel No.

1089 Live Oak FL 32060. sole owner, beginning. with the local Government this time, all persons will be heard concerning FICTITIOUS NAME 03000-0-0 oo. Section 28, Township 6.
doing business under the firm name of as the properly of the above-named Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as this application a* specified In Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Rang. 22.
WAYNE FRIER'S HOME CENTER Rt. S Bon Defendants and that on the 23rd day of provided for In Chapter 163 of the the Bradford County Zoning Code. Statute, notice I* hereby given that the The Starke Board of Adjustment will

7994. Hwy 301 North Starke, Florida July, 1990. Monday at two-o'clock on Florida Statutes.TO Director. B.C. Bd.of Adj. undersigned. THOMAS RAY SUTTON RR conduct a public hearing at their regular
32O91. Intend to register told fictitious said day on the premises of the Bradford : All Cltliens Taxpayers and other" 1tchg7/12; Cont. No. 532 2, Box 990 (Hwy 16 West). Starke. FL meeting held at 7:30: p.m.. In the Council

name under the aforesaid statute. County Sheriffs Office, I will offer for Interested persons. 32091, cole owner doing business under Room of Stark. City Hall. Thompson

Dated this 13th day of June A.D.. sale and sell to the highest bidder for You and each ol You are hereby and NOTICE the firm name of BIG T. MR 2, Box 990 Street Starke, Florida on Thursday Ju

In Bradford County. cash In hand the above-described property herewith given notice In accordancewith (Hwy 16 Weal) Starke Florida 32091 Intends ly 26 1990.
1990 6/21 4tpd 7/12 as the properly of the said Defendants Florida Statutes that the Board of SOUTHEAST 1 CABLESYSTEMS INC. to register sold fictitious name At this time all persons will be heard

.. to satisfy said Execution Sale will County Commissioners of Bradford has made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION under the aforesaid statute. concerning this application a* specifiedIn
--- be subject to any existing! UtOJu. County Florida have designated the for Essential Service for Coble Dated this 2nd day of July A.D., 1990. the zoning code of the City of Stark

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF KENNETH ETHERIDGE. SHERIFF OF Bradford County Zoning and Planning TV Head-end site to the Bradford County In Bradford County. Director Stark Bd. of Adj.

DUVAl COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Board to conduct a public hearing at a Board of Adjustment on property that Is 7/12 4tpd 8/02 Itchg 7/12: Cont. No. 526

CASE NO. Ba-10495-CA. Dlv. CV-K 6/21 4tchg 7/12; Cant. No. 508 regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the classified OR and described below: .-.

ITT COMMERCIAL FINANCE Council Room Starke City Hall. Starke, Parcel No. 04815-0-OOOOO In Section NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

CORPORATION a corporation NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990 and 10 Township 7, Range 22 East Approximately REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO NOTICE
Plaintiff ORDINANCEBY make a recommendation to the County 4OV4O'. 100 South to second THE LAND USE PLAN
vs. Commissioners and the Board will consider DAVID PORTER AND NINAH PORTER
CITY COMMISSION Griff loop turn left go 1/2 mile on left. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
THE TRUMBLE COMPANY STARKE, FLORIDA on Wednesday August 22. 1990. at The Bradford County Zoning Board will land Use Plan Element and hove made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION

a corporation et al NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the the Commissioner Room of the Bradford review the application and make a Map by Bradford County Florida In occordance for No. 2, to the Storke Board
Defendants whose propo..d County Courthouse, Stark., Florida recommendation to the Bradford County with the local Governm.ntCompr..nalv. of Adjustment on property that I isclassified
ordinance title
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE read at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relating to: Zoning Board of Adjustment for their Planning Act of 1973 a* B-3 and described below:
hereinafter will be
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thaI I I. Kenneth and considered appears for enactment first on the The rezoning of the following described public hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m.. In provided for In Chapter 163 of the Parcel No. 02430-0-00000 Section 21'Township
Etherldge, Sheriff of Bradford property and amending the Comprehensive the Commission Florida Statute 6 South Range 22 East located
meeting room of City
Florida under and by virtue of a 17th day of July A.D., 1990 at the City Land Use Plan from Wheels Auto
County to provide Hall 209 Thompson Street Stork, TO: All Citizen. Taxpayer and other 301 North across E-Z
Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out Commission Meeting commencing at that land currently zoned A and Interested Sale and Service.
Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990. At persons.
of the above-entitled Court In the 7:30: p.m.. Inthe City Hall 209 N. Thompson designated by the plan as Open Rural this time all person will be heard concerning You and each of You are hereby and The Starke Board of Adjustment will

above-styled cause, have levied upon Street, Starke, Florida. If passed on (OR) be rezoned to Industrial and this application a* specified In herewith given notice In accordancewith conduct a public hearing at their regular

the following property situate, lying first' reading, the proposeed Orddlnancewl'l designated I I. the property of Harold the Bradford County Zoning Code Florida Statute that the' Board of meeting held at 7:30 p.m.. In the Council
and being In Bradford County Florida. be considered for a final readingand Wodswarth described as follows: Parcel Director B.C. Bd. of Adj. County Commissioner of Bradford Room of Stark City Hall Thompson
the 7th of
adoption day August
to-wil: No. 00616-0-00000 In Section 1. llchg 7/12; Cont. No. 531 County Florida designated the Bradford Street Starke, Florida on Thursday July
A parcel of land situated In the South 1990. A copy of said Ordinance may Township 6, Range 21 East located on County Zoning and Planning Board 26. 1990.

On. Half of the Northeast One Quarterof nbbe Inspected by any member of the NW 37th Street off 233 Southslde, 1/4 NOTICE to hold a public hearing at a regular At this time, all persons will be heard
Section 13. Township 8 South Range public at the Office of the City Clerk In mile on left. meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the' Council concerning this application a* specifiedIn

22 East Bradford County Florida: said dote the City first Hall above-mentioned Starke, Florida. On all the Interested You are further given NOTICE that a JAMES DAVIS. JR. has made application Room of Starke City Hall Starke, the' zoning codes of the City of Starke.

parcel being more particularly and be copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I'a for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 for Florida on Tuesday. July 31. 1990 and Director Stark. Bd. of Adj.
described as follows: parties may appear available for your Inspection at the office Package Store for sale Alcoholic mode a recommendation to the Board of Itchg 7/12; Cont. No. 528ft'
heard with to this proposed
Commence ate concr.t.monument at respect of the of and Planning
dinance.AN Director Zoning Beverages; bar tavern or cocktail County Commissioner' to consider on
the Northeast corner of Smokerlse. a ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE City Hall Thompson Street Starke, lounge to the Bradford County Board 01Adlu.tment Wednesday August 22 1990 at the
subdivision as recorded In Plat Book 3, Florida. Commissioner Room of the Bradford
on that I classified
page 33 of the public records of Bradford Each and every person having any Interest CG and described below: County Courthouse,-Stark., Florida at
County Florida and run S BOO..3T. W, FLORIDA ON THE SUBJECT OF ELECTIONS whatever In the enactment of this Parcel No. 01911-0-00000 In Section 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relating to:
along the Northerly line of said ; proposed ORDINANCE should appear 35, Township 3. Range 22 East locatedon The rezoning of the following described
Smokerlse 342.98 feet to the Westerly DATE. and be heard at the time and place Highway 200-B NW of 1/4 property and amending the Comprehensive -
right of way line of a 66 foot rood; Terence Brown P.A. prescribed. lawtey. Land Use Plan to
for mile East of 301 next to Railroad track provide I Ih
thence run S 61'40'31" W, along said Attorney City Board of BRADFORD COUNTY on the right. that land currently zoned A and
Post Office Box 40
Westerly right of line 1676.191110
way 486 North Temple Avenue COMMISSIONERSBradford The Bradford County Zoning Board will designated by the plan as Open Rural J
the Northerly right of line of a 66
way Stork. FL32091-4XMO County Florida review the' application and make a (OR) be rezoned to Commerlcal
foot county road; thence run North l tchg 7/12; Cant. No.53. recommendation to the Bradford County General and designated CG the pro
55'01'41" W. along said Northerly right 7/05 2tchg 7/12 wasn't until 1863 that American
P.O. Number 4123 Zoning Board of Adjustment for their perty of Berlle Caudlll described a*
of way line 549,61't; thence run Northwesterly follows: Parcel No. 00471-0-00400. 'In started to take drug In commercially
public hearing to be held at 7:30 In
along said Northerly right of mad Jacob
ORDINANCEBY NOTICE the Commission meeting room of City' Section 24. Township S South Range 21 pill Dunton a
way line with a curve concave Nor Hall 209 N. Thompson Street Starke, East. Rd. 225 East of Hwy 16 1 mile on Philadelphia wholesale druggist
theasterly sold curv. having a central SOUTHEAST 1 CABLESYSTEMS, INC. Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990. At left, approximately 200 ft.x300 ft. originated the machine. His entire
angle of 0"25'19", a radius of 8495.78 STARKE FLORIDA has made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION this time, all will be heard You are further given NOTICE that a production from 1869 until 1876
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the persons concerning
feet an arc length of 62.56 feet, and a proposed for Essential' Services for CableTV this application In copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE I I. was) less than that now mad dally
a* specified
ordinance whose title
chord bearing and distance of N Head-end site to the Bradford County the Bradford Code available for your Inspection at the office in U.S. laboratories.
54<>49'02" W, 62.56 feet to the Westerly hereinafter appears will be first read County Zoning
Board of Adjustment on property that I'a Director B.C. ad.of of the Director of Zoning and Planning
and considered for enactment the Adj.
right of way line of a county rood and on classified OR and described below: City Hall Thompson Street Storke,
17th day of July A.D.. 1990 at the City 1 chg 7/12; Cont. No.530
the point of beginning; thence run Northwesterly
Parcel No. 02047-0-00000 In Section 9, Florida.
along said Northerly right of Commission Meeting commencing at. Township 6. Range 22 East Approximately Each and every person having any 'Interest Church of God of Prophet Inc.
7:30 Inthe City Hall. 209 N.Thompson NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
line with curve concave Northeasterly p.m.
way a 40'x40'. 301 North to NW 29th whatever In the enactment of this 2138 N.
Street Starke, Florida. H passed REGISTER
sold curv. having a central on Street, to end. proposed ORDINANCE should
first the Orddlnance go FICTITIOUS NAME appear Pastor W.'I:
reading proposeed
angle of 0228'13", a radius of 8495.78 Laney
The Bradford County Zoning Board will and be heard at the time and place
will be considered for final Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 964-7712
a readingand
feet, on arc length of 366.37 feet and a review the application and make a prescribed.
chord bearing and distance of N adoption on the 7th day of August recommendation to the Bradford County Statutes notice I I. hereby given that the Board of BRADFORD COUNTY S ERV CES '

5322'16" W, 366.35 feet to the West line 1990. A copy of said Ordinance may Zoning Board of Adjustment for their undersigned CHUNG.LUN CHIANG. BOON. COMMISSIONERS Sunday. .10 sm 4c*pm
nbbe Inspected by member of the Temple Avenue. Stark, FL 32091 Tuts..... .12 Noon
of the NE 1/4; thence run N 00 19'Oe"W, any
public hearing to be held at 7:30: In .
along said West line of the NE 1/4 a public at the Office of the City Clerk In the Commission meeting room p.m.of City sole owner kfYl1ig""businesrt'brldir'1hW n I Wed...t.'t:1..9 0 m ,--
distance of 20.19 feet to the Southwestcorner the City Hall Starke, Florida. On the firm name of PEKING SEAFOOD BOO N. Thurs..12 NoonFri
Hall 209 N. Thompson Street Stark,
of the J. Tannls Lot as describedin date first above-mentioned all Interested Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990. At Temple Avenue, Stark.. Florida 32091. Come Worship With Us .7:30 1

O.R. Book 16, 135 of the public parties may appear and be Intends to register sold fictitious name
page this time, all persons will be heard concerning BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
records of Bradford County Florida; heard with respect to this proposed Or this application specified In under the aforesaid statute.
dinance.AN as Dated this 10th day of July A.D., Comer of Pratt and Christian
thence run N 89-54'26" E, along the the' Bradford County Zoning Codes.
South line of sold Tannis Lot, 208.72 feet ORDINANCE REGULATING THE Director B.C. Bd.of Adj. 1990. In Bradford County. Sun. School 9:45 am I
BIDDING REQUIREMENTS FOR PURCHASES 7/12 4tpd 8/02 51.ClaIr 964444)Potion
to a concrete monument; thence run N 422N.
llchg 7/12; Cont. No.533. Sun. 11:00 am
Morning Worship :
00"19'08" W, along the East line of said AND CONTRACTS WITH THE CI- David Pleasant
TY OF STARKE; REQUIRING PURCHASE Sun. Evening Service 7:00 pm
Tannls Lot 157.57 feet to a concrete NOTICE WetrwftoyoutowoahlpwtthuiAttended / (
monument on the South line of ORDERS; REQUIRING INFORMAL NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Wed. Night Service 7.00 pm Nursery

Roosevelt Street as shown on "The TELEPHONE BIDS; REQUIRING FORMAL SOUTHEAST 1 CABLE SYSTEMS. INC. REGISTER Pastor Ronald Hannah Sunday Sdtoal _______ WsmMamingWonMp
Haven" as per plat thereof recorded In ; has mode application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION ______.__ nan
CLERK TO PROMULGATE RULES AND Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
Plat Book 2, page 25 of the public ; for Essential Service for Cable Evening Service -_. apart
records of Bradford County FI.......". PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE TV Head-end site to the Bradford County Statute, notice I I. .hereby alven that the PtodafmiR 1b Blood.The Book Bltsu4 HOfIf W li> l y Youth _______ 730pmEyeglass

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complete Buy Pay 987. N. Temple Ave
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103 &ands 1964-8588 964-7783 w s I ,864-N.Temple 964-7061 964-6111

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STARKE Distinguised, Service r It's ,. ,. you am do Hwy 301 S. POO.Bo x201

Vie rebuild starters,alternators For Over 50 Years"I"at Deni iark'8 Starke

& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch s.x.0 et
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MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE] Community : lamp of Jesus Ministries TULLER ,

SpedtaUzbt,it State Bank ; .. ..Cnfts ConsignmentsLooried 1'"UY'D1iIr'CENTER '
SODA of Starke : off 100!STtowudBvex QUraprsctkOieMTKsnYouNesdlt
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127 E. Call- 964-7810 811 S. Walnut 964-7830 .



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US 301 N. Starke SALESWonUpWttuetktndtoaywak SERVICE I' and Printing Company
From all 01 III at Western Stttr
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Officers, Directors & r{g itftten" Starke-964 200 CORPORATION. (Wlnn-DUi*Shopping Center) Accident ec Family Ore On

Staff 155 W. Brownl.ss Rd. 9644060 SR 21- Keystone Height Mark Mullins&Employees 964-4695 864 N. Temple 9648018iw

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12, 1990 TELEGRAPH Pan It A


S. Merchants Win Season Trophy 1


With a 13-2 record the Starke Merchants S.Mer. 4 Stars I First Methodist Church 17-18 and

won the Men' Softball The Starke Merchants outhit the won 14-10 Monday July 9.

League sponsored by the Starke Stars 12-7 and won 4-1 Monday July Leading the Starke Merchants goIng -
Recreation Department.This 2. 3-for-3 was Al Waddell. Getting

_ past week the Merchants beat Leading the Merchants two hits were David Thlgpen Ken
ii-- the Stan "I. First Methodist 14-10 2-for-3 Robert going Carlton and Keith Cato.Leading .
were Jim
and Air
Park 140.
the First Methodist
Lewis Kenneth and Keith
The Starke Merchants lead the Cato. Carlton Church going"'01'-4 was Jason Polk.

4 _ Men's Softball League for the past Leading the Stars going 2for2was Going 3-for-4 were Kevin Thomas.

two months. Kenneth Carlton. Going 2-for-3 Getting two hits were Jeff Johnson
Team and
Standings: Justin Williams.
were Daryl Gnann Donnie
I Starke Merchants: .. . . .. .13-1 and Jamie Bowen., Francis

.i.F1.. ...... .. . . . . ...78DuPoftt
. . . . .. .. 4-8 S.Mer. 14 Air Park 0

U.CI,. . . . . .. .. .(-10 F.S.P. 10 U.C.I. 4 The Starke Merchants outhit Air
Park 18-7 and won 14-0 Tuesday Ju-
F.Bap.IS. F.S.P. 0 F.S.P. outhit U.C.I. 10-5 and won ly 10.

The First Baptist Church of 10-4 Tuesday July 3. Leading the Merchants going

sew Lawtey oulhlt F.S.P. 14-4 and won Leading F.S.P. going 3-for-4 was 3-for-4 were Robert Starling and
15-0 Monday July 2. Donald West. Getting two hits was John Lewis. Going 2-for-4 were Kenneth

Leading First Baptist going 2for3were Jamey Oliver. Carlton, Jim Lewis, Keith Cato,
Kelley Dyal David McNeil Leading U.C.I. getting two hits and Ronnie Thomas. Going 2-for-3
was J.W. Reed.
and Steve Campbell. Going 2-for-4 was David Thigpen.

was Curtis Crawford. Leading Air Park going 2-for-3
Leading F.S.P. going 2-for-2 was 14 F.Meth. 10 were Lonnie Olive Jr., S. Wilburn

Mike Devanle. The Starke Merchants oulhlt the and T. Hampton.was .
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Starke Merchants are Champions of the Men's'League... Lawtey F. Baptist Leads Church LeagueWith I

Member of the champion Starke Merchant Softball Cato. .AI Waddell John Lewis. William Yarbrough.

team are (1-rt Brian Barton and Ronnie Thomas. Not pictured: a 14-1 record and only four First Presbyterian. . . .. ,10-7 Jason Lewis. Going'"27or-4: were

Kneeling: Jim Lewis David Thlgpen. Bill Bailiff. Farlen McClellan Gene Ranlerson Tom Paladlno Jr., games to go the First Baptist Churchof liars . . . . .. .. .. 10.7 Link Bishop and Sean Jones. Going
Kenneth Carltoh Robert and and Mains.
Starling Terry Doug Lawtey leads the Men's Church Air Park. ... . .. . . .. .7.' 2-for-5 including a home run was
Standing Lloyd Tom Pftlarllno Sr. Keith
Gilpin League sponsored by the Starke First Methodist. . . .. .. ..10 Jason Pilcher.

Recreation Department.Team Church of God . . . .. MS Leading the Church of God going
3-for-3 were Aaron Matthews and
Standings: Upcoming... DcWayne Allen.

I Legal Notices .P. Boplst. .. . . . . .14.1 The Church League and Men's

League play games with each other

because there aren't enough teamsin Stars 5 F.Meth. 2
either league. All are
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT uncertain, Franklin Johnson and Carolyn H. played at the Edward's games Road Com- The Stars outhit the First

STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FOUND AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER Defendants.NOTICE Johnson are Defendants, I will sell to the pex.! Methodist Church 11-10 and won 5-2

TRANSPORTATION OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NOR OF SALE highest and best bidder for cash at the Thurs., July 12: C.O.G. vs. First Thursday July 5.
TENTATIVE PROGRAM OF WORK THEAST 1/4 FOR FOB AND RUN SOUTH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur. East door of the Bradford County Courthouse Methdist and Presbyterian vs. Alp Leading the Stars going 3-for-3

FOR FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1990, 00 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 04 SECONDS suant to Final Judgement of Foreclosure In Storke, Bradford County Park at 7:30: p.m. First Baptist vs. was Donnie Francis. Getting two
THROUGH JUNE 30. 1995 WEST. ALONG THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY entered In this cause In the Circuit Courtof Florida, within the.legal hours of sale Stars at 8:45: p.m. hits was Vince Robinson.

Th. Departm.nt of Transportation, THEREOF. 766.30 FEET TO AN the Eighth Judicial Circuit, I will sell which are 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Thurs. July 19: First Baptist and Leading the First Methodist going

District Two announce a public hearingto IRON PIPE ON THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY the following property In Bradford County the 21st day of August 1990, the follow- Air Park at 7:30: pm. Presbyterianvs. 3-for-3 was Jason Polk. Gelling two

which oil persons or. Invited. Specific OF THE ROW OF CR 225 (FORMERLY Florida: big described property as set forth In First Methodist at 8:45 p.m. hits was Allen Wood.
notice li provided to the following counties SR S-225)); THENCE SOUTH 80DEGREES Lots 5 and 6, Block 7, CORUOJTA according sold Summary Final Judgement of

: Bradford, Clay Putnam St. Johns.The 35 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST ALONG to the map or plat thereof as ,. Foreclosure, being situate In Bradford
Public Hearing I li scheduled In the SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY. 216.32 recorded In Plat Book 3, page 14 of the : County, Florida to-wit: F.JJ. of Law. 8. F.Pres. 2 F.B.Law.19. A.Park 11
Clay County Commission Room Cloy FEET TO AN IRON PIPE IN THE Public Records of Bradford County Beginning at the Intersection of the The First Baptist Church of
Courthouse, CENTERLINE OF AN EXISTING Florida.at First Baptist Church of Lawtey outhit Air Park 20-12 and
County Highway 17, 825 South line of lot S, Block "A", MOUNT
Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs, DRAINAGE DITCH: THENCE NORTHERLY public sale, to the highest and best PLEASANT ON SILVER LAKE according Lawtey outhit The First won 19-11 Thursday July 5.

Florida on July 23 1990, at 7:00: p.m. ALONG THE CENTER LINE OF SAID DITCH bidder for cash at the Bradford County to plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, Presbyterian Church 9-4 and won 8-2 Leading First Baptist going 4-for-4

This Public Hearing Is being conducted THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND Courthouse In Starke, Florida,on August page 45. Bradford County Public Tuesday July 3. was Donnie Wise. Going 4-for-5 was

pursuant to Florida Statute 339.135(4)c( )( ). DISTANCES: NORTH 03 DEGREES 03 9, 1990, between 11:00 a.m. and 2 p.m. Records, with the Easterly right-of-way Leading First Baptist was Kevin Curtis Crawford. Going 3-for-4 were

Purpose of the Public Hearing Is to consider MINUTES 54 SECONDS WEST 387.88 FEET: DATED this 9th day of July 1990. line of State Road No. S-21-A thence run Wise going 3for3. Getting two hits Tommy Wise and Davy Norman.

the Department's Improved Tentative THENCE NORTH 14 DEGREES 10 MINUTES RAY NORMAN In a Northerly direction along the Easterly was Davy Norman. Getting two hits were Kevin Wise
Work Program for the period 30 SECONDS EST 243.17 FEET; THENCE Clerk Circuit Court right-of-way line of State Rood No. Leading First Presbyterian going! and Steve Campbell.

1990-91 through 1994.95, and to consider NORTH 13 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 20 By: Tosher Allen Dep.Clerk S-2I-A a distance, of 175 feet; thence run 2-for-3 was Eddie Dyal. Leading Air Park going 3-for-4
SECONDS 185.78 FEET TO AN 7/12 2tchg 7/19 Cont. 525 was Kirby Jo Hildebran. two
the necessity of making any changes to WEST ; South 62'19' East a distance of 146.5 Getting
the Program.This IRON PIPE LOCATED ON THE NORTHERLY feet; thence run South 4950" East a hits were Lloyd Gilpin Jr. and
hearing will Include consideration BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT distance of 125.8 feet (more or less) to F.Meth. 7 Air Park 6 Robert Broughton.

of the work programs using the Stat. OF NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE SOUTH 89 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA the waters of Silver Lake. Thence run The First Methodist outhit Air

Comprehensive Enhanced Transportation DEGREES 34 MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Southwesterly along the waters of Silver Park 11-8 and won 7-6 Tuesday July
which becomes ALONG SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY Court No. 89-732-CIV-J-12 Lake 3. F.Pres. 20 C.O.G.
System Tax effective to Intersect the South line of lot 5. 3
January 1, 1991. County commissions 229.0 FEET TO THE POB. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Said distance being 43 feet at the high Leading First Methodist going The First Presbyterian Church

will be offered the opportunity to more commonly., o* .Jtoyte J, .Plaintiff water line); thence run West along the 2-for-3 were Randall Polk, Jamet outhit the Church of God 24-4
"kit'1 l>V/ttina\ \ ,to projects In.the KfRrJi Box 2175 STARKE FLORIDA 32091. v.. __ -,,,. South !line of Lot 5 la the Point" of Beglnn-- Whitehead, and Allen Wood.' Goinf won 20-3 ': .
Program, funded,' with; this 'revenue B This action has been filed against you JOHNlNi-GOODMAN:DIANE C., % WM '* WlUt t VL4 "J4 tfltt _* 2for4Ia l Jason Poll: Leading tirE;' Flrst"Presbyterlarn'
and -'.GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES Ing.DATED Leading Air Park
Proposals 'EDWiIRD"D'"KASTER"NDLOURETHA ; this going
source. concerning the Branan 9th day of July' 1990. going 4-for-4 were Larry Patersonand
Fleld/Chaffee Rood Corridor as a part of P. KASTER HIS WIFE; and DESSIE JACKSON RAY NORMAN was Kirby Jo Hildebran. Going Buddy Paterson. Going 3-for-4

the Florida Turnpike will also be. discussed. JACKSON N. GUICE JR., and you are required Defendants. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 2-for-4 were Lonnie Olive Jr. and were Eddie Dyal and Tim Lewis.

to serve a copy of your written NOTICE OF SALE By: Ta. er Allen, Dep. Clerk Jamey Crews. Going 3-for-3 was Shane Green. Get-

Written comments from the MPO's defense. If any to it, on SHAPIRO. C Notice I. hereby given that pursuant 7/12 2tchg 7/19; Cont. 524 ting two hits were Terry Vaughn and
.*' to Default entered June Stars 13 C.O.G.
and other. Interested parties will be FISHMAN, Attorneys, whoso ,ess Is a Judgement on 4 Jamie Thrift. .
received by the Department at the Public 7077 Bonneval Rood, Suite 45O, Jacksonville 19. 1990, by the above entitled Court m The Stars outhit the Church of God Leading the Church of God gettingone
Florida 32216, on or before August the above styled cause, the undersigned 15-10 and won 13-4
Hearing and within 10 day. after the NOTICE Tuesday July 3. hit were Aaron Matthews Doug
Public Hearing. Comments should be addressed 2. 1990 and file the original with the United States Marshal or any of his duly Leading the Stars going 2-for-2 Bennett Clayton Wat' >r "nd Mat-
to: clerk of this court either before ...rvl.on .-* authorised deputies will sell the property J.D. AND VERNIE ODOM have made was Jason Hersey. Going 2-for-3 thew Carlton.
situate In Bradford County Florida
W.W. Miller Jr., District Secretary Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for
Florida Deportment of TransportationPost thereafter otherwise a default will be described as: AUTO SALES AND SERVICE to the Starke

Office Box 1089 entered against you for the relief A parcel of (land lying In the West One. .Board of Adjustment on property thai Is Popcorn was one of the treats enjoy by the American colonists at their
Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section
lake City, FL 32056-1089 demanded In the Complaint. classified 8-2 and described below: first Thanksgiving dinner. ft was off red by Quadequlna, brother of the
Telephone ((904)) 7523300. WITNESS my hand and seal of this 22. Township 6 South, Range 22 Parcel No. 03573-0-00000 Section 28 Indian Matsasolt.
Court on the 2nd day of July 1990. East Bradford County Florida said
1Ichg 7/12 Township 6 Range 22, located corner 301
RAY NORMAN parcel being more particularly describedas and Pratt Street, the Northerly 15 feet of - -- ---.

NOTICE Circuit and County Courts follows: Lot Six and all lots Seven, Eight and Nine
By: Carol Williams, Dep.Clerk Commence at the Southwest comer of r i
NOTICE IS HEREBY MADE to all those of Block 2.
said Section 22 and run Easterly along
concerned and affected that SHAPIRO a FISHMAN The Starke Board of Adjustment will SAVE $ 3.00
the Southerly boundary.thereof 39.43 I
UTILITY SERVICE OF GAINESVILLE INC. Fla. Bar No. 258326 conduct a public hearing at their regular
less the boundary
feet more or to Easterly
1360 NW 53rd Avenue 90-1464 J of Old lawtey Rood thence North meeting held at 7:30 p.m.. In the Council t I Is
Gainesville Florida 32606 7/122tchg 7/19; Cont.522 00'07' East along sold Easterly boundary Room of Storks City Hall, Thompson

((904)) 377-151 Street, Starke, Florida, on Thursday July
700.00 feet to an Iron pipe on the
Is performing STATE PROJECT NO. NOTICE 26, 1990. Summer Special I
DC87028012. PUMPING AND Bradford County School Board Is announcing Southerly right of way line of Donna At this lime all persons will be heard I I
CORRECTIONOF Its Intention to employ a Stat. Street (also known as Jenkins Street): concerning this application as specified I ,
WATER SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES Certified Technical Analyst as Consultant thence run N 8939' East along said In the zoning codes of the City of Starke] : NOW ONLY ;
of line 371.82 feet .
to complete Technical Assistance I Southerly right way
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.All Audits for the school district. The' an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way 1tchg7/12, Cont. No. 529 I I
labor materials estimated Federal Grant for this project line of Tom Hall Street (also known as
Parties furnishing Church Grade) thence run S 07'49' W 6.95
estimated ;
Is $9,277.00 and the percent I
and/or equipment to project are ,
Is 50%. along said Westerly right of way line I
of Federal funding I
provide notice of such In writing by certified The City of Stark. Board of Adjust.m.nt
mall to the Division of General Proposals" submitted, by Interested Individuals 85.35 feet; thence run N 8939 East 40.41 shall hear an appeal from a decl I 1 W\ plus 95:sitting...

Services, 2737 Centervlew Drive, Knight or firms shall contain but not feel to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof Ion of the City of Stark. Zoning Dlreclor | (Reg.9.95)Spring )
line of Tom Hall Street thencerun
Florida .be limited to the following: way 2, 1990 at 7:30 a' _
Tallahassee ,
Building, Suite 300, on August p.m. J
sold of 11 >t.
with Florida school N 0749' I along Easterly right
1. Experience tots ofsmMM
32399-0950, within tw.nty ((20)) calendar Stark. City Hall. brings
line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and
day. of first providing such labor districts In completing Technical way The City of Starke Board of Adjust'tnent when you Met
Audits In the Institutional the Point of Beginning; thence continueN
Assistance aty
hod previously this eoVanMgw special
materials and/or equipment. 07'49' E along said Easterly right of I
Itn/chg7/12 Conservation Program through the hearing for July 19, 1990. portnHolterl I
Florida Governors' Energy Office way line 77.25 feet to on Iron pipe; This appeal concerns the granting cHan

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF CIRCUITOF 3.2. Evidence Professional of State Information Certification on Individual line thence and leave run N said W30W Easterly E 202.07 right of feet way to application lots 21 and to construct 22 Enterprise a cremator Park) Ion ( ) 8x 10, (2) 5x Ts,* 10 Wallets & 9 Minl-Portraite
THE 8TH staff scheduled to 'an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 f lypoc sus! I
or perform
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Starke, Florida coned '.1. Light In.
COUNTY audits. of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence run S' dustrtal. A* setfpeceaeie ja* sBa oiiefaoessantiUii*am9ea ,. ....end

BRADFORD 90-236-CA: 4. Information from pOI audits In sue' 00'51'02" W along said Easterly line Those groups or agencies -----pedega-w entrye.trsasrAlsrps.eekotrtafnrw.ardgrap1200pr.ddMartla4Mtcf
CASE NO.t persons I ,
cessfully obtaining Energy'Conservation 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe thence leave "nresaurarYabtShooting ,
DIVISION: GENERAL who have Interests In property adjacent| '
line and S 8939' W 211.47
sold East run
CENLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK. Grant. Funds. ,to or In close proximity to the proposes Days/Dates: Thurs. thru Mon.,July 1216
5. Techniques to be used In evaluating feel to the point of beginning.
site, who have other evidence to
Plaintiff. feasible energy saving opportunities. at public outcry to the highest and to or the Board of Adjustment, should prosent Photographer Hours: Daily 10:00: AM -7:00 PM I

vs.EDWARD D. KASTER AND LOURETHAP. .6, Status of present work load and best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 appear and be heard at the time and* Sunday 12:00 -530PM
o'clock Noon on August 15. 1990 at the
ability to begin this project. prescribed. I 1371 S. Walnut Street Starke FL
KASTER HIS WIFE: JACKSON N. front door entrance of the Bradford place 32091
J Clear statement that the applicantIs Darrell O'Neal I
LUXTON a/k/o .
GUICE. JR.! Courthouse at Starke. Florida.
an equal opportunity1 employer and County Zoning Director I I
IRWIN LUSTON will comply with Executive Order 11246, Dated: June 28. 1990.Richard 7/122tchg7/19Cont.No.527 _
Defendants( ) !
L Cox,Jr. AOPA
NOTICE OF ACTION entitled "Equal )Employment opportunity" _
United Slates Marshal -

TO CONSTRUCTIVE: IRWIN LUXTON SERVICE A/K/A IRWIN r AH! Interested Individuals or firms Ralph J. leeAssistant Middle District of Florida Cox Appliance .t..t.' :...'...''.1'. .t.'..:...'. .'. :.1. :.L, '. .'...'. :1..t' '.t..t..t..t.' '' t..i..t..t..t..t..i..i... .
hall submit their proposals to Jim Dungan -
LUSTON Superintendent, Bradford County United States ConBditloning L. p'
Residence unknown If living Including .
of the said School Board. 582 North Temple Attorney. Air
Defendants any unknown If either has spouse remarried andIf Avenue Starke Florida 32091. by 3:00 Attorney for Plaintiff Service VACATION BIBLE

either or both of sold Defendants are p.m., Monday July 23. 1990. 7/12 4td>g 8/02; Cont. No. 514
Bradford County School Board
unknown ,
dead their respective heirs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
Jim Duncan SuperintendentDrodford
devisees, grantees, asslgne.s.creditors. Schools7122tchg79 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
lienors, and trustees, and all FLORIDA
other persons claiming by through, CASINO:90207CAAMERICAN i SCHOOL
: :
the named
Defendants( ) and the aforementioned IN .
OF GAINESVtt.il, ,
and such of theaforementioned OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND S 1 1r
named Defendants( ) L. r'
a Florida corporation.

'and such of the unknown aforementioned Defendants be Infant., UNITED COMPANIES CASE NO.) 90-71-CA FINANCIAL Plaintiff've.. :: : JULY 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20 ::H:

unknown Defendants as may
Incompetents or otherwise not cal, juris. Plaintiff CORPORATION a corporation. CAROLYN NORTON JOHNSON a/k/a \ :: : 9&O til 12MO : :
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action H. JOHNSON am noon
Vs. ,
hoe been commenced to real foreclose a MARY JANINE MANNING a single Def......... .. r"
mortgage on the following proper .NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAil
.$y. lying and being and situated In BRADFORD single woman, or If sold Defendants are NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Joe Cal.VO'fIIeI ..CaI
County Florida more particularly deceased their respective: unknown a Final Judgement of Foreclosure dated. jsYrtoctoy for arty ap paattammt'el' > toee ifflfltIt.

described a. follows CONTAINING 3.90 theirs, devisees, grantees, assignees. July 9, 1990, and entered In Civil c.... : A Repair on:
A PARCH OF LAND No. 90-207-CA of the Circuit Court of the
AND LYING IN Creditors, lienors and trustees, and all e Al Major Appfance .
ACRES. MORI OR LESS.OF NORTHEAST other persons claiming; by. through Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Brad s Ak ConcfHonlng s Refrigeration

THE NORTHWEST 1/4 TOWNSHIP 5 under or against the named Defendants, ford County. Florida wherein Crlfflfl Loop a Rd. 10O A
1/4 OF SECTION 2*.
all other In possession
MORI PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS and subject real property persons, whose names are CAROLYN NORTON JOHNSON e/V/a I'' Lte liRA 0046994. ER 0007578

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12A TELEGRAPH July 12.19M

Ex-BHS "lA Hrlc, .. s l ii3i[',Wfp ..aM&t"'J"....." ." lIGHT ALCOHOL (-1101.
Cagers jl'
TEXAS 1.99
Lead Team Jax ;'t: ... "J.' ...j' .d, wHID ABC REODURLIOHT All 14-1101.CAM f.OO !

To AAU VictoryPedro E E :;!! lED, WHITE ft BLUE MAN::? 1.89 U

Carter scored 30 points and i'i.t1.';:;'; PEARL MIUHTCAM MOUUII Ml 01 I.99 A AI
14 rebounds and Wendell Hudson 22
points and 13 rebounds for Team
Jacksonville in the Men's 19-and- REGULAR,
under AAU National Basketball LIGHT
Tournament at Florida Community I
College in Jacksonville two weeks I
a 7
Jacksonville beat Potomac a
Valley of Maryland in overtime 1 0792c30
125-118 June 27, to move Into the SUITCASE

finals. The game was tied 111-111 at _ 24-12 OZ.CANS |
the end of regulation play. '>. ; SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN REBATE=AFTER REBATEiMikuoukee
Pedro Carter did not start but
came off the bench to score 10
points six in the crucial overtime, D REGULAR
and grab nab 3 .Old
was fornhis OR LIGHT
steals. He cited great SALE
defensive play against the other
team's top scorer. Wendell Hudsondid 29

not the play.In June. 28 semi-final game 111 6I I 879 ,150 = j
Team Jacksonville bit off more thanit I W o SUITCASE
could chew and lost 121-94 to New O"%' 24-12 OZ.CAMS
York, getting thrashed by a New i 1 1 I 1 \y rva SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN REBATE=AFTER REBATE
York team loaded with Division I p
Pedro Carter scored 13 points and COUPON FOR
played against Adrian Autry, an All-

Syracuse.American 6-4 Wendell point guard Hudson headed came for off SCOICH I i BOURBONS I I f BLENDS I I MANAGER'S SPECIALS i !$1 .D0 OFF]

the bench to score 6 points. ,
Team Jacksonville played New 'DEWARS PASSPO dJM TOM SIMS Black CHEVY WtO&I
Jersey in the June 29 consolation
game of the tournament. 'Wblt Label': SCOTCH B.IaM SYR.ee'KENTUCKY I &11 hit e'. ROYALE HOLLAND BEER
Pedro Carter has signed to play SCOTCH BOURBON SCOTCH SO"BLENDED.
basketball 3.99 SALE
for Florida Community
College. Wendell Hudson has signedto 399 99 1 1399 F | [ 99 i -1.00 COUroN,"11

play for Santa Fe Community Col- jLMu U.LTII. I 099 : : 1899 16 t.71 WITH,""
lege. The pair led the 1989-90 Brad- .a.ef..I IaJ' ITU I COUPON
ding.ford High five in scoring and reboun CS.OF 12.1163.00 CS. OF 6.589.94 s, CS.OF 0.881.50-. CS. OF II.$10L9T"9'5 CS. OF -$101.94 'r 2129 N aMacGregor .

Carter and Hudson each scored Clan Seagram:* WILD .. RPNRICOWRUM WISeR'S ftEDKMAILI WITH THIS AT CUT-OUT MOIITER
J 1
two points in the consolation game o/JmA.''iuJJ y COUPON FOR
Friday night.Suns cCtownn TURKEY I CANADIAN HERITAGE $1.00 OFF

LTA q 4_ifl .
Lead 6-3 i t -l/00 :::* 1149 pym > 121? ::rf Jt
1449 2299 1299 '
\ '
CS.OF II.$88.94 CS. OF 6-$137,00 OF II. $77.94 CS.OF 137.88 CS. OF 8-$77.94 Dons a women Premium mod on e; rfhi-0ec1t
6-3 record the Suns lead the .
a Limit ww DM houMKoM vaM only lo
Small Fry Softball League spon- ))1J) HEAVENHILL Stolichnaya Schweppes BoiWi rnlOtat a Wg drinking ige
sored by the Starke Recreation CHIVASWalker 800 VODKA EXPIRATION)( DATE:JULY 17,1990BUSCH
Department.Team JlV1> TONICER
Standings: \UU:'OW 750 10.99 SALE
Sun........ .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .(.21Tia.r. RED BOURBON ML |.eft Awn: ; LITER '
... .. ... .. .. ........ .. .. ..'.11.' I'749 i JU 1
R.d.. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ....-, 2599 S 1249 1099 9A9 & SALE -/lm-
Plral.i. ........... ....... .. .. 3-5 750 ML R SATE WITH PURCHASE NATURAL BUSCH LIGHT LIGHT
Gate... .... ............. .. J.J r CS.OF 12-$209.88 CS. OF II.$155.94 CS. OF 8.$73.50 CS. OF B-$65.94 CS. OF -$131.8 OP 750 ML OPSTOLICHNAYA


Upcoming... CANADIAN 1 I i SALE I I i I JOSE 86* 24-1202 CANS
All morning games are at Pratt CUERVO.
Street Field. All
night games are VIKIN .
Edward's Road Ballfleld. LACK Vd1S
Thurs.,July 12: Pirates vs.Gatorsat ( | RED
9 a.m. Suns vs. Reds at 10 a.m. ELVEi 17510.99 SALE Po VODKA 41 9 13! : WHITE
Tues., July 17: Pirates vs.Suns at I 750 ML
ea oIa ""' 1 j e BLUE:
9 a.m. Tigers vs. Gators at 10 a.m. .SO :a* CS. OF 12-$119.88 CS.0F6: -'880.94 sw[
Wed.,July 18: Reds vs. Pirates at 1299 1199 YaE MRIR0) 899 896PK
10 a.m. ii 'gag AfTEII y U
., M AH CS.A.j cAla
CS.OF 8 $73.50 CS.OF 8 $70.95 CS. OF 6-$85.94ABSOLUT
Tigers 13 Gators 11

The Tigers outhit the Gators 25-19 sea Gm's
and won 13-11 Tuesday,July 3. a Seagram'sYO. : @mm t TAftKOV I OMEGA
Leading the Tigers going 4-for-4 Gin DRY BEER
was Josh Touchton. Going 3-for-4 jvae A 8 VODKA VODKA 175 13.99 SALE9L04N GIN

was Michael Blankenship, Magie I REGULAR,
Austin, and Jonathan Dugan. Get- } a KUAtl
ting two hits were Timothy Lee 1899 1199 I 099" 'd4'e AFTER 11 9 / .,.a
Julie McMillan, Rob Kroll, and ..,r, LTR. 10.99 AERATE ITSLTR 52499s
Charles Johnson. CS.OF 12.$143 88 CS. OF 6.$65.94ABC -
Leading the Gators going 4-for-4 FREE aRO.pu: CS. OF 203.88 CS. OF 82.95 CS. OF 8.$ 4

was John Ryan Tillman. Going %',aazn LORDCALVERT tT' 80VODKA h : :: ..
3-for-4 Sheffield.
was Lindsay Get- t7mamurr. KSSS1R
ting two hits were Aaron Woodfin }

and O.J. Starling. 750L9..999 SALE CANADIAN r 80 VODKA i GIN RUM GIN <51i999\ '


Reds 21 Pirates 3 I- I SA9-1.50 MMn REMn 1299 -A 899LTR. 949 II ;.\;?, 11"I 750 ML "

and The won Reds 21-3 outhit Tuesday the,July Pirates 3. 34-18 CS. OF 12-$107.88 CS. OF 6.$77." CS. OF 12-$107.88 CS.OF..$,.... I CUF1'-$13... C$.OF t2..11.88IMPORTED 6PKmuuMAGNUM

Leading the Pirates going 4-for-4 .
were Sam Roberts, Adam Wain-
wright, and Mark Odom. Going II I ] :: WINE I I -SALEJ" } JUG WINE SALE: SPARKLING' I [ WINE SALE 81 '''''11I1;l.]:lm.'nmJ.1 ill=- ,

4-for-5 3-for-4 were was Evan Phil Sellars.Hardee, Jeremy Going Cockburn '=; M 13.49 Gallo .saS LTA. 5.99 Gloria Ferrer I.UT i" 11.99 Sutler Home c:="M: 3.99 MAULlQUOIVLabatt's

Thornton.McRae, Christy Going 3-for-3 Reed,at and the plate Don /tIIoulel-YarcIIeIrI r::0woa'MOaa. rTr :M 8.49 Carlo RossiK LTR. 3.29 FrelxenelCodomlu: c,:,.o :TJ! 5.99 Glen Ellen ? .==, Teo ML 3.99

was Cory Matthew Chappell.Leading Hull.. Going 3-for-5 was Blue Nua UebfnmmllchChot. :M 4.49 GallO r.wd SS K 3,. LT R. 3.99 '=: :L1; 5.99 Chat. SI. lean .=. M 9.49 &PK ISO!.
Melissa the Pirates going 3-for-4 Du Glono :M 12.49 Cella lambrusco .Y. 8.49 w Gold Seal'=::'::':- ML 4.99 Sebastlanl S3S' M 4.99 .1e .R
were Pusateri and Justin CAUNU
Adkins. Getting two hits were Mouton Cadet "S.: :. 5.99 Rlunitozrr LTR. 5.79 Great Western AMT :K 5.99 Sebasllanl .AUVIanR = 5.99
Joshua Hodges, Kenny Cooley, Da- ordan .? ill 17.99
mian Middleton,Starr Pittman, and Valckenberg--a."en ES 4.49 ABC LN 4.99 Mumm's ....,. X 18.99 /
Mike Schlofman. "l 10 Kendol-ackson| :wL 9.49 ALE ,
BollO 1S2SXRoiiibury 4.69 18.99' weal.ur
ML Meet i Cbmtdoa" :M 4..a, LIGHT
Pirates 16 Suns 14 a.I01aM'MM ill 8.49 e COOLERS 199UCH Chat. SI. Michelle :. :M 8.99 F '
Korbel M 9.99 '
The Pirates outhit the Suns 22.15and OIiART .MnwoAr.ROr CANNOT I' 36-PKIt
won 16-14 Monday, July 2. + *TrImbnch 1SS :M 8.99 Eberle :M 9.49 I i

Leading the Pirates going 3-for-3 Beaulieu Pinol Noir M 7.49
Chateau ?"y M 19.S9
was Mike Schlofman. Going 3-for-4 sebastiani MQNDFWI '
was Justin Adkins. Goiong 2-for-3 Pescerino Blracor., :L' 5.49 PROPRIETOR'S CALIFORNIA ( g Beringer aa": .. :ML 5.49
were Joshua Hodges, Damian Mid-
dleton Starr Pittman, Thomas lancer's Rose 7e0 3.99 FRENCH COLOUBOARO CtMKKETlAUVMNONILAJK' 11NITBIUSH BRUT, Sebasllanl X2aGallo : :: 4.29 '
itt coK
Casey Brad Muse, .
Christopher BLUSH 701.TILLAOe.
Hobbs and Jeremy Buckhalt.Leading { /Jadot r' ". M0 7.49 l .....-- ML 2.99

Jamaal Chandler.the Suns going Going 3-for-3 2-for-3 was *|. Meursaulla01emj :M 19.99 :' 4 t Q 7I9 1.S LTR.CS.OFI$5195. 6ll m 77 Glen Ellen .:::=. 'M: 4.79 629.Y. uCAl

were Rhoden.Chris Going Olin 2-for-2 and was Jeremy Adam da Soles I..L : 19.49 CS.OF I'$29.94 CS.OF 12 583568EParduccl csAdo0A. :M 8.49 I __ a

Marchese. t

Reds 14 Gators 13
The Reds and the Gators tied their Bailey's sz.Jouttiera K 13.99 Kahlua SSZ K 13.99 UROIMtt CRYSTAL '

Thursday hits 28-28 July but the 5. Reds won 14-13 } Comfort 80lagermelster X 6.99 Tin Maria K 12.99'iff LOWEST PRICES ICE CLEAR

Leading the Reds going 4-for-4J / x 16.93 Irish Mist M 18.99 I CUBESPage 89.
were Matthew Hull and Don Thorn- h
ton. Going 3-for-3 was Jeremy E | Brandy ft 7.49 Sunrise Tequila S3 :. 12.99
McRae. Going 3-for-4 were Cory
Chappell, Phil Sellars, and Sam rw.a.nrr..r..rrw.rpLi Oq 011 _
Roberts. Getting two hits were WEONESOAlIUlfHIT. '''i'a[siAtlAiiii fllllMUtV 13 G i"1 MOWA .(Ill It
the Gators 4forIwere
Leading going '
John Ryan Tillman and Ltad I I I

sey-Keith Sheffield.Warren and Going Jennifer 3-for-3 Frees.were: e e I Z. i19!iie? I 9 89HUM. 10.69!,?' I I I 12.49!iilnl a sI

Going 3-for-4 were Aaron Woodfin, 1 A BwTs .ICBrrI I 1 R.ONIBIu.ATBYI I N CUSHM CiKWfSUHMI. 1 A pL1Mr./HMM '
Adam Hudson.and O.J. Starling. 1I IIIUIo\ .(HI 11 IHUHIMUlir| 12 I .KM 11 .|UI II JUUOAY.mil 17

Tigers 19 Suns 6
The Tigers outhit the Suns 27-13)) ZINFANOEL I
I I .
and won 19-6 Thursday, July$. e I 3 69
TL tiirI.K I
Leading the Tigers going 4-foM ...c9pr I T5.491 > CUflimil w CIUPIN I S..wnwa. SN.asnR..awRR;
were Julie McMillan Michael
Blakenship Jonathan Dugan and
Magie Austin. Going S-for-4 wu WE BEAT: ALL
Brandon Smith. Getting two hits : LIQUOR
were Timothy Lee Charles Johnson !:I I.II3 t (1' 6 0 1111rpI
Pamela Reddish and Justin Hall. ] I
Leading the Suns going 2-for-3 was LOCAL ADVERTISED
Chris Olin. Going 2-for-4 were Chad
Mercer, Latoya Chandler ana
Jamaal Chandler -

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by Sue Ellen Smith that the pain is just part of the heal- treatments" Rohan said. "Physi-
aCT Staff Wrlt.r ing process. Without the treatment a cians recognize that expertise and
Joy Rohan can't wait to get her patients patient's condition will worsen. allow us to do that." i
Into the hot tub. Not all of Rohan's treatments are Rohan had the advantage of know- _
The hot tub, actually a whirlpoolbath painful."I ing at a young age she wanted to pur-
Is Just one of many patient have what I call my 'feel good sue physical therapy as a career. ;" ,
treatments Rohan therapies'" she said. She worked in a hospital during her a tK 1 z H .r. w,' '
therapist at Bradford Hospital It is Many of the exercises that were senior year in high school as part ofa : M 1
also one of the least known about once painful to a patient also get less school program and was placed in ( "
treatments.But painful the more they do them. An the physical therapy department. A "',
Rohan, maybe to the dismay example is exercises to gain mobility dynamic therapist in the depart- ,'. ,.
of some of her patients, doesn t after surgery."When ment introduced her to physical
recommend the whirlpool bath you've just had surgery therapy Rohan said.
warm, circulated water in a tub you're going to hurt, but if I don t The physical therapy field Is ex-
as treatment for everyone. The move you, in the long run it will be tremely diversified, she said.
treatment Is most successful for worse because you won't be able to "Therapists can work in a
treating ulcers, abrasions and move," Rohan said. "Physical pediatrics facility, geriatrics
pressure sores, she said. therapy makes the patient work into rehabilitation center, extended care
Other patients receive different the}pain and do more. Sometimes I center facilities, in cardiac rehab,"
kinds of treatments like stretches can t help the pain,but I can help the Rohan said.
messages and exercises for Injuredand patient gain in spite of it." At this time the field is an
rehabilitating areas. And manyof Rohan, who has been a physical especially good one to enter becauseof
these treatment the patients are therapist for 17 years;said she finds the demand for good physical
taught to do themselves at home. her )fob rewarding. The field of therapists, she said, but getting Into
"You've got to teach the patientsto physical therapy, she said, offers physical therapy educational programs
take care of themselves,' Rohan her a lot of variety in the types of in- is sometimes very difficult.
said as she watched back rehab pa juries she treats as well as profes- Rohan suggested someone in-
tient Bobby Musgrove go through a sional freedom. i
series of back exercises last Friday "Doctors ask for therapy, but you see Help 126 -: v o.'J'. ... .. v -
morning. Musgrove who suffers evaluate the patient and decide your

from painful back problems, comes Physical Therapist Joy Rohan treats Ed Bennett who is recuperating from rotator cuff repair
to the hosfltal'S physical therapy ,
a week for treat- ., 'lU'gery
ment. He also continues his own. :' ".l'I !
treatment at home. '
"By teaching him the exercises, '.:;;" ,':; 'h : : :f-
;" :
he's his own therapist, Rohan said. ". :
Musgrove said he knows the Importance \ .' ,\
of following Rohan's In- ,
structions and keeping up with his ;",, .\" '
exercises away from the physical ':' .f/ ', :
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therapy department."If :
I didn't do it I wouldn't be ableto
get around. It keeps me mobile," YOUR TRUCK
Musgrove said. U.S.301 NORTH VILLAGE
Rohan said that with an injury like r 964.7500 HEADQUARTERSDEERFOOT
Musgrove's, which will have to be ,
treated for the rest of his life, her job rR CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE

as his physical therapist includes the ,
responsibility of teaching him how to I :' : ,
live with the disability he has. I ..}$50.Q :r :,$2 111. ( ,

from."I get seeing a lot of patients personal get satisfaction better or!.. :Jfejilfnij'I hVol(; ':.on' 5'.R hJa.ung'Hfi\1. : ," 9,s :

\ have live ,with" Rohan the disability said. "I can they make may r 'dEO SrfJJOld, ; $: alais' I.Chet v.Ce"ebitJl: :, iorsl a:51, ::,: 0,;'f" clc. ;

their quality of life better because I !1t
teach them how to treat themselvesor b
live with the pain." i J J'yj JR .IH.EAWLmJIl.IlMJNA! l \
A patient's mental attitude can be ON\-'l )} j
the most Important factor in their $ L )
rehabilitation, Rohan said. A 'stn 9ft!: tt; I
positive approach to their treatment O I --- -
helps them deal with their cir- Si per ma
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cumstances and see the benefits of .

therapy.Rohan said she finds the use of ___
humor as one of the best ways to encourage -
her patients."I .
deal with stressful situations,"
Rohan said. "When patients are having b
difficulty I try to help them with 1r
humor. A lot of the stuff I have to do
is painful. If I approach them with
humor when I have to do somethingpainful
f it's easier to tolerate for the M

patient.When"a patient treatment involves t9JQGlOJ) BR. 4 k Q1I1 QQtQSl) 4)) QrA

something very painful like debride-
ment, removal of dead skin from From ,
burn wounds, Rohan must deal with HIMWhirlpool .- I $199':'
her own feelings of causing someone $9,9d'1.A
,else pain.
"I try to warn patients that it may treatment is a vital part of physical therapy for some po, ", .
hurt and try to control how injuries like ulcers and abrasions Rohan said.Here Rohan treats
Rohan said.
|pain I cause,
But Rohan and her patients know Roy Gardner leg for an ulcer.


I SFCC Board of Trustees Expected (0 f Kt .

.. To Approve Tuition Increase Today
.., AT, PS, PB, AM/FM Stereo & Much Morel

by Sue ElUn Smith the college receives funding for: unpaved areas for its students.: Partof .
aCT Staff Writer Last year the college had an enrollment the proposed tuition increase will 0>-' "
of almost 11,000 students. go toward paving the overflow '' '''' '
The Santa Fe Community College keen '' ;
Board of Trustees Is expected to ap- "And we're growing Keen said. ing areas if it Is approved, ..;; <" '
prove the first tuition increases the "We're estimating we 11 go well over said.At. \ () v
community college has had since 12,000 this year." last month's meeting the board 1eaa"'Ceteo PS PB .
1967 during its monthly meeting to- The proposed tuition Increases are seemed to be in agreement over the 4' O' pii's ,
expected to raise about $460,000 the need for a tuition Increase, Keen "I" ,
day.The tuition Increases presented to first year if they are Implemented, said. The proposed $2 in-state student -' C 'pac, A p e a eMus/S
1\0. e
and out-of- to
increase $3
Keen said. tuition f g1J-tt
the board as an information Item at P vet :
last month's meeting, will raise In- One dollar of the proposed $2 instate state student tuition increase, he
state student tuition $2 from $22 per student and $3 out-of-state stu- said, were not seen as excessive by
credit hour to$24 per credit hour and dent tuition increases will go into the the board. \S9 iC'S'l
out-of-state student tuition $3 from college's operating budget while SFCC President Dr. Larry Tyree ,
$44 to $47 credit hour if another dollar will go to capital im- told the board at last month's
per .
ed. provements, Keen said. The third meeting that even if the proposed In-
in-state and out-of-state student dollar of the out-of-state student tui- creases were approved SFCC's tuition :
will into financialaid would still be in the middle
tuitions were last raised in 1987 when tion increase go a fees
the board approved a $1 increase in fund. range when compared to other
In-state student tuition and a $2 In- Some of the Increased capital fun- Florida community college tuition

crease. in out-of-state student tuition. ding the the tuition college increases would receive would due go to fees.Keen said Florida's community :>'9Q Nissan' S'entif; '85 Ford l88 Hundei Exc)17:
SFCC Director Information and" toward parking imprbvements, college system charges less tuition jt
? '< ( .
'{'< ? fi $ ) % 'i
Publications Larry: Keen said the Keen said."We're than other community college ,,':it rM.: roaf,'sJ t,Wii>#etA'$'B.Af & SSpeed CTappers4oi ( $-1i.* tt4k4Gt0f'tttth: '
proposed tuition increases come starting to get cramped In systems nationally. << "'U'; )ff i1' #<{? M-tj.:; <'_: ) : ','
after one of the leanest funding parking Keen said. ... : f ..., \ <
'years In recent memory" at the co C- The SFCC Gainesville main cam- "If you look'at it statewide and nationally ', <'.. o\t\3' 9'1 9'5' '
tuition) is still a 0 't &
lege.SFCC,Keen said,has had more pus has 3,500 paved parking spacesas (SFCC's said. < 0. : $4995
students enrolled at the college than well as some overflow parking In. pretty good bargain, Keen \ ?%&& .bJb ... ?J"( 't i''iJ <'.'\ {
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I Starke Civitan Summer ,Blood Drive Set J .tIy16-18' I '
$ p .f
Starke will sponsor their summer "We depend upon people who love Dude from 3 p..n to S:30 p.m. 90 Olds Custom 88:ch a PJQI 89 Olds < .O7Olds f <

blood drive July 18 through July 18. people," says vernon Mize, donor Tuesday. July 17 At SFCC An- Cruiser # iCustarnLoadedBlua .
The summer time is generally a dif.flcult -. consultant at d vitan Regional Blood drews Center from a.m. to noon; Wagon n. (J1500 if Cutlass Supreme < )
time for blood needs, and all Center. "During the summer months At Bradford Hospital from 1 p.m. to 6.. '1. > ; ,
eligible persons are asked to le are taking vacations and S p.m.; At Wal-Mart from 9 a.m.to 5 '''"",\:"W'::<'r<>t.t'..;:?..<""-.!.'., "Cruiserg :""
donate. tend to forget that blood needs never .p.m. "e t.oad: d' '
Civitan -Regional Blood Center take vacations." $14 995 t$6995' :.. ,< .
serves 24 medical facilities In a 17 The Blood Mobile is as follows M $8995 l.p"o/P/ .,(t.f .l\-
county region In North Central Monday July it At Hercules Wednesday July 18 .At Bradford kN4
Florida. CiviUn needs over.200 units from 7:30: a.m. to II a.m.; At Square to 2 p.m.; At
a day to meet the needs of these Starke/Bradford Furniture from'' Bradford County Courthouse from 1000' Cash Down +tax. tag & title
hospitals. '::30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; At Winn-' 2:30: p.m. to 8:30 p.m.



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......_....A_. K.Ktrk WAR arrested_u .- lor
Willie Norman Suggs, 47, was ar- Henry. The arrest related came dispute.as a resultof In He recognizance.Rufus was released. on his own lion reckless warrant driving lor according wiltui-wanton to Deputy DutBond was own rte ognizanceas
Police rested July 2 on a capias charging a domestic Gordon Smith.Bell's probation officer rell'RRed on his
Beatby to cocaine, ac- gram was released after a $250 sure-
soliciting purchase TYson 62 of Paterson.N.J. charged him with Wing highly
cording to Deputy Pcny. Bond was ty bond was posted. was arrested July 8 for DUI accor- intoxicated each time he reported to
Carolyn Eaves set at$5.000, he was released on his Vera Rodgers 33 was arrested ding to Patrolman P. T. Gorman. her office and being loud and
BeT Stan WrUarRecent own recognizance.Carl July 1 for aggravated;()!assault,according Tyson's blood alcohol content was abusive. He was released after a Clem David Prescott, 37, was ar-
to Deputy Jason Bennett. The .19 percent. He was released after a $770 surety bond was posted. rested July 1 for DUI, according to
Edward Harris, 30, was arrested incident involved another inmate. $500 surety bond was posted. Patrolman Allen. He was released
ArrestsIn July 2 for petit theft,resistingwith Rodgers was released July 6 on her James F. Dixon, 53, was arrested after a $500 surety bond was posted.
Bradford CountyThe violence and battery of a law own recognizance.Lillian Norma Wood (Wheatley), 46, of July 3 for failure to appear for DUI,
officer, to
made enforcement according Lawtey was arrested July 8 for DUI according to Deputy Thrift.
following arrests were Bond set at
Thrift. was
local authorities in Bradford Deputy Louise Jenkins, 39, was arrested according to Trooper Donald Dean.
by $1,500. July 1 for aggravated battery Wood's blood alcohol content was.15 Frank Jackson, in, was arrested Levi! Simmons, Jr. was arrested
County. according to Deputy Bennett. percent. She was arrested one mile June 22 for DUI. Bond was set at failure to
G. Alvarez, 61, of Union July 2 on a capias charging
Carolyn Bond was set at 2000. south of on US-301 at 2:15 $1,000, he was released on his own
Lawtey :
Michael Thomas Mullan, 29 was County was arrested July 2 for pay no valid driver's license accor-
arrested July 7 for disorderly Intox- disorderly conduct, according to a.m. after her vehicle was observed recognizance.James ding to Lt. Aderholt. He was released -
ication,opposing a police officer ac- Deputy Thrift. She was released on Traffic weaving on the highway. She was after a $52 surety bond was
cording to Patrolmen Robert Lyons her own recognizance. Otis Oliver, 52, of Collier released after a $500 surety bond Rutherford was arrested .posted
Morgan was posted.
and Scott Allan. Mullan was ar- set at
June 22 for DUI. Bond was
Ann 43, was arrested County was arrested July 4 for driv-
Penny Ingram
rested for creating a distrubance July 2 for disorderly conduct, ing under influence (DUI), according Raymond Randall Bell 29,was! ar- $1,000, he was released on his own Dial 911 Emergency
while officers were investigating a Pat to Patrolman Charles Carter. rested July 7 on a violation of proba recognizance.
cutting, he had been told repeatedlyto according to Chief Deputy
leave the area, said Lyons. He .
was released after a $750 surety COUPONS
bond was posted. Mullan was ar- DISCOUNT
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he was released on his own
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Joseph Edward Thornton, 21, of
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for lewd assault on a child and con-
tribul'ig to the delinquency of a
minor, according to Lt. David
Aderholt. He was released on his A MILLION GALLONS OF 3 .

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alcohol.Jefferson Jacob Johns, 47, of I j F f7 U\\ \ V/

Duval was arrested July 4 for
trespass, according to Patrolman
Cheryl Belcher. Bond was set at
$250, he was released on his own
recognizance.David 1 r' i.I

Allan Stone, 28, was arrested
July 3 for opposing a police of- i I
ficer, according to Patrolman
Lyons. Stone was released after a
$525 surety bond was posted.

David Cary Smith, 19, was arrested
July 3 on a capias for aggravated _
battery, according to Lt.
Aderholt. Bond was set at $1,500, -. it
Smith was released on his own 3
recognizance July 9. : TI C S

AI DeSue 48, was arrested July 3 7I _

on a capais to for Lt.failure Aderholt.to appear He was according I\L7 I iiL

released on his own recognizance.Roy .

Paul Stallman, 21, of Clay
County was arrested July 3 for NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY !
possession of cannabis,according to
Deputy Danny Thrift.He was released .
after a $500 surety bond was
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Kenneth Merriweather, 30, was -
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for compliance for charge of bat- \te'' : .. ,
tery, according to Deputy Kinnard .
Perry. Bond was set at $5,000, he
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The victim was wearing what ap- Bradford Hospital,alHn Gainesville.Two patients
County 157 Arrests one escape and. 16 calls were
News 1L ief peared to be a navy blue uniform were taken to Orange Park burelarles.
type sip up jacket with red quilted Rescue Answers Humana and two to Memorial ProcessedIn Sheriff's deputies wrote 23 traffic
type lining and a patch with the word 148 Calls, In June Hospital In Jacksonville. June, 1990 citations,served 478 civil papers and
by Carolyn Eaves Riteway In white or silver letters Illness related calls topped the list provided escort for 18 funeral processions -
BCT Stiff WriterGCSPD and border.Also was found with the Bradford County Emergency of emergencies with 34 people During the month of June there In June. One stolen vehiclewas
skeleton were a set of General Medical Services Rescue respondedto needing attention. Nineteen people were 157 arrests processed throughthe recovered,said Etheridge.
Needs Motors vehicle keys;the keys should a total of 148 calls/or/runs during In trauma and 14 cardiac patients Bradford County Jail,according
Help fit the following year GM vehicles; the month of June, according to were the next highest need.Another to Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.! Divorces GrantedIn
To I.D SkeletonGreen 75&83,79&85 and 67488. Two Dexter Supervisor Cliff Chapman. seven runs were to people in trauma The arrests Included 64 felony, 53
Cove Springs Police house door type keys were also Ninety-six transports required the resulting from vehicle accidents. misdemeanor, 24 driving under In- Bradford CountyThe
seeking information are found.Number on the keys is 22532T, transporting of 97 patients.Fiftytwocalls Eleven people suffered respiratory fluence and 16 driving while license
concerning following
marriages were
one was loose and the required no transporting. The problems. One call to suspended.Starke .
identification of one on ring was a drug
a human skeleton dissolved the month of
found in the debris of an abandoned with the vehicle, keys. back-up unit made 13 runs and one overdose victim, one call to a gun police officers made 59 arrests in Bradford during May
house. The house patient was transported by Trauma shot wound victim and one to a deputies made 85 arrests and County.
was burned last Ito University Hospital Jackson- suicide 12 arrests were made by Florida
December 10, after the fire was extinguished ville. Highway Patrol troopers.A Nita A. Goodson Robert L. Bar-
the skeleton was found. Anyone who has any informationof The majority of the patients, 61, wick Jr.Gloria.
The medical examiner's office has the company name on the patch or were taken to Bradford Hospital. '' dead when total of 639 tails were receivedby Thompson & Lonnie
were the
been able to determine that the a possible missing person who may Ten patients were taken to Shands unit arrive Three calls were for the dispatchers at the county jail. Thompson.William.
skeleton is that of a black female,25 have come to the Green Cove Springs Hospital nine to North FloridaRegional transfers, 524 calls were listed as miscellenous, Lee Woods Johanna C.
inter-hospital three calls
to 35 years of age and approximately area is asked to contact Det. C. Hospital/one to VA and 11 were cancelled and three calls 55 were felony investigations, six Woods.
5'3" tall. E.Jett at GCSPD, 2845636. patients to Alachua General false alarms, said Chapman. were missing ture/woods persons). 16 assists, five at fires accidents(struc, Marie Timothy Alldredge.Lee Alldredge& Cheryl

Randolph Troy Luke & Brett
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LB, LB Florida Highway Patrol will
FREE be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during
FREE the week of July 13 through July
19 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
FRV R'iii .La $137 ROUND STEAK t* *247 iitsPARERIBSN. LB. $1 177 CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CR-231,
CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
in Bradford County.

FRESH MARKET OAK CREEK or OLDCAROLINE The Patrol has found these checkpoints
MEDALLION BRAND or MORE to be effective of
FILL YOUR FREEZER an means enforcing
FRYER .X GROUND = ..; SLICED the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while Insuring
n- ,w, THIBHSOUHIN R '1 TURKEY ,- "'i.\. '- BACON INDIVIDUALLY FROZENFLOUNDER the protection of all motorists.
.' 'J'., v. : : $ .FILLET .,. . ., IS$, tfl" Union County
88C:4 g20..L.::: ; : _: ;1'2 .100. The Florida'. lghway Patrol will
t ? :=: SOUTHERN PRIDE $ 99' be'conducting' driver license) and'
PKG. vehicle during
LB. inspection checkpoints
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.qT"ltge 18 TELEGRAPH., Tn"*" *MONITOR SECTION July 12,1900

-. New Motor Vehicle Fees in 'Effect 1 1The

1990 Florida Legislature has Motorists can avoid this fee by pay- registered for more than 12 months,
Increased several motor vehicle ing all Florida state and local sales the vehicle will be assessed two an-
fees. The following changes In those and use taxes on the vehicle or if toe; nual registration tax amounts.
T3Tc fees took effect last week: vehicle Is at least 25 model years old. These vehicles include private cars,
$100 New Wheels on the Road Fee Motorists can obtain refunds for trucks weighing up to 5,000 pounds,
Lawmakers approved an Increaseto both the $295 and $100 fees if the semi-trailers, traders up to 500
$100 in last year's$30"new wheels owner who paid the fees sells pounds, travel trailers up to 35 feet,
on the road fee"which covers Initial transfers, or otherwise disposes 01the { camp trailers, motor homes, truck
for registration of motor vehicle within three mon- camera, and private motor
weighing automobiles, trucks ths after paying the fees.To obtain a
up to 5,000 pounds, and refund,vehicle owners must submitto License Plate Refunds No Longer
motor homes.Exemptions. a tag office or the Department of Available
Include registration Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Lawmakers removed the provisionfor
renewals or transfers to replace- a copy of the registration as prorated refunds on license
ment vehicles, initial registrationsfrom evidence that the fees were paid,an plates and validation decals. A
transfer of ownership by application for refund (form HSMV motorist can, however, transfer
operation of law, by transfer froman 83363)and the license plate from the credit when selling or otherwise
Immediate family member disposed vehicle. disposing of a vehicle by transferring
within the same household, registration $10 License Plate Replacement Fee the license plate or decal to a
of personal vehicles by non This fee covers original or replacement vehicle owned by the
resident military personnel, replacement metal license plates same motorist. The credit amount
registration of government vehicles, and decals that are lost, stolen or will be prorated and must be at least
or registration of trucks classified as destroyed. '3.
farm vehicles. Changes In Fractional License Tax
For certain types of motor
$295 Impact Fee vehicles the full amount of the Refunds will be issued only on
New residents will pay this fee license tax Is charged for the registration tax when a double
I ;..:home of Walter and Midge Frick at SI 1 Pratt Street In SUrko wu Darned Bradford.Union Board of ton'I when registering for the first time a registration period regardless of registration, overpayment or error
private automobile, truck; weighingup when during that yar the vehicle is has occurred: and proper documentation -
Home of Uw Month for July. .__, __.r ...........-,.---... to 5,000 pounds, or motor home. registered. If a vehicle is being is provided. "
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Name July IT ....... .. ,r t". ,'"", :' SFCC New Student Registration Begins Next Weeksemester I

Freshman registration begins According to Dr. Bernard McFad- this autumn include advanced
Home of Monthby I e next week for all students planning den, "The Andrews Center hopes to computer classes such as
i to take fall 1990 classes at the An- surpass last fall's record enrollment Electronic Spreadsheets (Lotus 1,2,
Sue Ellen Smith drews Center of Santa Fe Community which reached almost 1100 seats and 3) and D-Base 3.
ICT Staff WrH.rInteresting ,, ; College in Starke. .represented a 28 percent Increaseover Spanish I and II,Class Piano,Real
landscaping and an the previous year. With 62 dif Estate Principles, First Aid, and
immaculate yard have helped The special registration, for new ferent classes offered for the fall Public Speaking are among the
Walter and Midge Frick of 811 Pratt V rIiradjard students only,will begin on Tuesday, 1990 semester, we are very proud of many classes of Interest to the
Street capture the honor of having -- 4 July 17, at the college office in the the varied educational opportunitieswe general public.
their home named BradfordUnionBoard venerable. old courthouse In are providing in Starke to full-
of Realtors Home of the downtown Starke. New students, and part-time students seeking The fall term begins on Aug. 27
Month for July. whether full- or part-time, can higher education." and ends Dec.20.For more Informa-
Each month the Home of the register from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. New clRRxen! offered for the first tion, please call 964-5382.

Month Committee, comprised of
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Altrusa Scholarshio Still Available I
: members,searches for homeowners Annlications
who either maintain or improve 2/nIM
: their home, committee chairman The Altrusa Club of Gainesville is award"may be'used to cover tuition, available
Patty Kay Elder said. 'Boa'rd Realtors offering four $500 scholarships to transportation, books, child care or
i "We try to recognize people, who of I Santa Fe Community College other school related expenses. Applications can be obtained from
try to make the city better Elder students. The deadline for receipt of com- the Santa Fe Community College
:. said. HOME OF THEMONTH Applications will be considered pleted applications is July 'D, 1990. Starke Center as well as the main
This month the Frick home, a from any 25 or older, Each application must be accom- campus in Gainesville. Written requests -
three-bedroom, red brick house in m (IB : who meets the following criteria: panied by two letters of recommen- for applications should be
Starke, caught the eye of board -Is a resident of Alachua County or dation and a copy of the applicant'smost sent to: Altrusa-Santa Fe Scholar-
/ members.The I/(\ ., Bradford County and a citizen if the recent transcript. ship, c/o Women's Programs and
Fricks have lived In the home p United States. will be notified R-202 Santa
L:=.i ,{.. ....J. Recipients by Aug. Special Projects Fe
for 12 years, Walter Frick said. The Has a definite plan to use the 21, 1990, of the committee's selec- Community College, P.O. Box 1530,
couple had originally intended to Home of the Month Committee Chairman Patty Kay Elder,right congratulate desired training to improve chances tion. There are four scholarships Gainesville, FL 32602.ALACHUA .
L have a house built in Keystone Walter and Midge Frick.The Frick1 home wu named Bradford Union Board.. for advancement, to train for a new
Heights but decided to buy the homeon Realtor Home of the Month for July. career field, or enter or reenter the n_
J Pratt Street. job market.Is .
When the couple first moved In, rock garden which contains rocks after nearly 40 years of service, said accepted as a student at SFCC. I
Walter said, the yard was so low it collected from 26 states and two he now spends much of his time Demonstrates a need for financial
took eight loads of dirt to level it out. foreign countries. The rock garden keeping up the yard or playing golf. assistance.The .
i Walter spread the dirt himself with a also holds a brightly painted wagon His wife, Midge, is president of the award must be used tor r
shovel before he began sprigging the wheel, an antique plow, and hospital auxiliary and also shares classes beginning after the scholar-
yard. ceramics made by Midge or one of the yard work he said. ship selection committee meets; a r a
f Now,years later,the yard consistsof the Frick's children. "She gives the orders and I do the scholarship cannot be used to pay
a beautifully green lawn and a Walter who retired from DuPont work" Valter said. for classes already in progress. The
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: News Briefs Crawford In the accident suffered,multiple according trauma to Micanopy Man Killed been crossing from left to right was truck under the water while he and with much difficulty by Lawrence
Paramedic Nelson Green and Motorcycle vs DeerA also killed,cut in half by the Impact. his family were swimming. Brown Mosley's wrecker,Hid Roberts.,
by Carolyn Ecvra Dwayne Hardee. Crawford's left leg PeterrriaTf.employee of Recep- dove under water to make sure no The wife of the owner of the truck
42-year-old Micanopy man was tion Medical Center in Lake Butler, one was trapped in the truck,accor- apparently sunk the truck by driving
: BCT Staff Writer had to amputated and he Is tem-
killed July 2 when his motorcycle was apparently enroute to work
porarily paralyzed from the waist ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. The Into the river following a family
I down.Crawford's. struck:! a deer on CR-231. when the 11:43: p.m. accident occur- truck was pulled from the water dispute said Robert
Starke Man Critical Stephen red. According to Trooper Pace the
:, bicycle was struck In Tweed Peterman was ,
area is heavily populated with deer.
Following AccidentA the rear when the cycle crossed northbound 3tt miles south of Lake
from the west to the east side of the Butler travelling at a high rate of L --
32-year-old Starke man remains road, making a U-turn in front of a speed on his 1084 Honda, according Truck RecoveredIn FOREMOST and PRIcz Wit
critical after he and his bike were northbound vehicle, according to to Homicide Investigator Trooper Sale
' truck south of 00 Starke on US-301 Trooper Donald L. Dean. The 1961 Thomas C. Pace. The cycle struck Santa Fe RiverA Liquor Storts Prices
June 20. Chevrolet driven by William E. the deer as the deer ran across the four-wheel drive pickup truck combine td bring Start
Wayne Douglas Crawford was Starner of Starke received $2,530 in road, said Pace. Peterman was was recovered July 4 In the Santa Fe you
taken by TRAUMA I to University damage, no injuries were listed to thrown nearly 180 feet from the cy- River. LOWER PRICES 7/12
Hospital where his condition is listedas Starner in the 11:41: p.m. accident., ,cle and was dead at the scene, said Area resident John Brown
critical as of press time. No charges were filed. T 'ooiw Paco. The doer which had discovered the top of the roof of the

I state Prison inmates On the. -- 0--MoveSome PSO'"! TANQUERAYOIN CHIVAS REGALSCOTCifJ., ;: fiIYJ: ';, ,,lsW'pSO /,,at;

3,400 Inmates who had been Under the new policy,Inmates will j' |fect the' Bradford County area, ac- mercy killing to end her suffering 4750' DEKUYPER PEACH SCH tAP1E t" c' 6"X750
held in minimum or medium not be placed In work cording to Lawtey Correctional In- I'rom Alzheimer's disease. He was CAPTAIN MORGAN.! SPJ t ::47&
custody will be upgraded to close grams it Key are serving timemurder stitution Superintendent Ed Sands. convicted of first degree murder in SEAGRAMS : ; rm' :
I custody status, meaning many In- escape, use of a firearm or Familiar work squads will con- Broward County and sentenced to 11,75, EXTRA DRYa> tNi'Iv.g "
mates will be transferred to other a violent crime against a law enforc- tinue to be seen on the streets and life in prison, with a minimum of 25 5115 1 ;' SMIRNOFF VODKA 80' % >?' .
facilities better equipped for guarding meent officer or any other violent highways although temporarily they years.Martinez. Wi.; $' OLD ;
them. crime. Inmates also will not be plac- will be slim for the next two or three ordered inmates serving "" THOMPSQIf ", ;1$ "l::
Florida's communities will be ed in work programs if they were weeks. minimum-mandatory sentences be
safer from violent criminals previously sentenced to death, have While some inmates are being put in close-custody prison after a
because of a new prison policy not completed the minimum man- relocated It may be difficult to prisoner walked away from a work 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
ordered last week to limit the type of datory portion of their sentences or ly work squards for the next few release program and killed a shop-
prisoners who can be approved for are a habitual violent felony of- weeks since some of the inmates will per outside a Tallahassee mall. 2309 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile N. of Starke
community work programs, saidGovernor fender. be leaving LWCI. As other inmates
Bob Martinez. Initiates! on work programs can bea arrive it will take time to review 19049647771OPEN
Vttie new policy replaces an anti source of cost-efficient work to improve their files and properly place them. CHAINLINKPRIVACY
quated one that allowed prison administrators our communities. But it's Important However the prison will continue to : SEVEN DNS A WEEK
too much discretion to to remember that the I provide the{ service as we have in the FIELD 473.9043
decide who was and who was not a primary role of our prison system is' past, said Sands. REPAIRS
." likely escape risk. Although we to provide a penahty for those who Inmates on work release is WEDNESDAY'S LADIES NIGHT
.. ,, could rely on such judgment calls have wronged society not to provide another story. That program will
L when Florida's prison system was a source of cheap labor. gradually be phased out in Lawtey, Ladies Drink FREE
smaller, the sheer numbers of new Inmates are in prison because according. Sands. AUSTIN/ / FENCE CO. 8:00pm-12:00am: :
prisoners added to the system in re- they committed a crime and Five LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC
cent years have made it necessary because a judge or jury decided they Leave Lawtey Highway; 100
to put firm guidelines in place. The must pay for that crime. This new Eighty-year-old Roswell ,Gilbert, Slim Short and Rose Marie
on KeyboardsWed.
1/2/ Mile West Of I Millet's Ctr..
old system worked well most of the policy will make sure Florida'sworst sentenced to life for killing his ailing
time,but it also failed in some tragic criminals are secure in wife in what he claimed was an act Fri. Sat. & Sun. NightsPOULAN
and disheartening ways. A system facilities where they cannot cause of love, has been moved to a tougher ALL TYPES IN ANY AREA ,
that worked for 29,700 inmates in further harm, said Gov. Martinez. prison as part of Gov. Bob ..
1986 cannot work as well with 42,700 Martinez's order on Inmate security. .(" ,,..;'.'" ..."."." ".. ." .. .0 '..:" .,, ,,, '" ,,,"0, "' ;..,,,-,;.,- ,- .. 1
inmates in 1990, said the govenor. Gilbert and four other Inmatesover r" : /
The new policy allows the Florida LWCI Will Continue 55 were moved from Lawtey : : :BUYONEONE ? ( \ tG"EI71!
Department of Corrections to carry Work SquadsIn Correctional Institution to Reception i
out its main mission-to see that the Medical Center, said H. Edward '
sentence handed down by the courts CountyThe Sands, acting LCI Superindentent. :: FREE SALE, :

will be carried out with as littlethreat reclassification of Florida March 4, 1985, Gilbert shot and \, _" \ .... 0' '
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',44 Bradford County Sheriff Kenneth EdieriJge< and Chief Deputy Pat Henry are shown with 73 young plontt of 3HP with Timmer
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AI.-r and the beet off until the ear could be foamed
M-year-tid Lawtey man remains cats..mex_ the back saw -
8 to stable conrtttinn at Stands stated care aOL ear went: to the lowe downed. Tanner was wearing a
Hospital Ia1I.t after a race car inside to mess the ear while a ecood single layer fire suit which may
accident tart Satw'dam ear look to the oai .Tanner, have saved him but be was not wearing
Oral Stanley Tanner received foOowiDK GIll two cars was upon the gloves said Ashleman. Tanner
third degree....on his hands.face stalled car before be knew it was was driving a late model. car owned
and Mojud dcgiee buitt on bill there and wtib BO place to go be turned by Mark On .The car...equipped
1 stxw&ter and back when btc car sideways ajidbroadMded the car. with a foam extinguisher.
wrecked Joy 7 at the CnsnmhU Almost jattantanmndy the gas toe EMTs involved in rescuing and
Motor Sport Part. The raceway to m Tanner's ncear apparentlycame stabilizing Tanner received first
located en EUtfvfDe 14 miiM sooth off and 15 or 1C gallons of decree burns.
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American beros inaction
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The EMTs and technical
torn spcDed oil oo the ground to get T.ollbe. carhecatlse but Ashleman.
aw!*n WT.I, fens wuted As the lead of Uw Mm Mat. Mot to inspectors were great.

t G '9w Four People Injured in Boating Accident I

Pour people received- IIOC' injuries =-bei J.e Me had: a chain attached cause of the accident.
turned aramd in the water Lake residents have been finding
in a freak boating accident July ,
m 4 on Little lAb Santa Fe. and temedtatery *"*. said CoIemaa. bundles of tires floating in the lake
) r Boat owner James Jimmy) Colernan and washed up on the bank.The tires
and IBS three ntssengen were After the Injured weretransported. were placed in the lake last Octoberas
transported to Aucnoa General the IIIM4as paOedfora fish attractors but apparently
Hospital by Rescue 7S and 42,according Ibe water and SrajwnBded bywihXfif have. come loose from their moor-
to Paramedics Freeman e officers. ines.Lt.
Register and They Acard aC..1L DkaR'iiII'11bnIqIsI-.
a suffered minor to$aiesculs abrasions Fresh Water Fob and Gun Cet) Thompson said be was aware
and ces mioms, aD treated mss isis4. there mocc Mi !be the lakers were sting the tire
.... ... released and said Mrs. Co- to fee bast,mnTy! to She prpeflor. *- caused! the does
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object in IIbe! WOOBT, .a !turfleaffigator. : ... tanyy accept responsibility for our
Clot Ofl the PreM- The SK boat driven by Coleman. sand mmmnwi&The boat actions.Our investigation is continu-
7'-........._ ............,J.h 2....p.p..4f tM..-....M.s r tW fee*.,It*-.-..TWftet was trareuing! at approximately bas been. renamed! ISD OidemBB but
.,.....a ....Idp J"IUIoI.....-.... ..... pt.... u.. .....,...uric y-.L. c4 eM Ore at 1.patty SSmph when the boat apparently our invacaiaitinii iJI;Tat mnjfl< TU IMS f.r4 ertwo**** l..g.b.ew.....I.Jtc.tdr dw-j...tbs"ed*f MjM..Tlw troth cv-Mj fcy. struck an object in the water. The at an possiUn,we wiX nmonnne ifbe! ficer Lee Crews.

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Mltavapt.4..4 fate. ,.rh.rpe/4..... March 22.Deborah. Tfaimr.At the end of The bus nude said Leonard Register director of
,... ..........,.....h.i.M repetrlal,... drMy-.u..c tfr p.rrs..w.-y tier....-.L L. Wright was sentenced Marc 22. '9fnpg and I bit tmsband operations for the Bradford County
try 3 after being found guilty of bat wue.-Jtm&'tbmrdJ: dra.DarIQg School school
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ford County Court Judge George H. tndiIew.ttb 1t r htt"s am and soemg ment's new policy will say that bus
Hunter Education... Pierce ordered Wright to write a letter la dress*tile protitan Sbe left the drivers are to remain on the bus.
of apology to the bus driver and bat ta cbscnos I a* matter at which: The driver can ask a parent to walk
aft ;4 AI I ..US' cad... i1.ferfoot The Florida Game and Fresh complete 50 hours of communitwy time be dinpote. became aa affray.WnefatsaadKbefitrnckTraiocrtvice. over to the bus if there is somethingthat
Water Fish Commission 4s
I.In l'Of : hunter education offeringfree during work under Tri County supervision.An needs to be discussed but the
% courses imposed 30 day jail sentence win but only n self&!feD e.Trainer said driver is not to get off the bus to
the month of at several
Village Shopping CenterSummertime locations. August be suspended if the fine is paid in six she never strack Wright, just speak to a emote .
area months. defended herw+IL DateDlywritDesseSto That way if high as
The 12 hour includes infOI"matioD
course firearm the ax irtnirt _n-a.-.Wright they did in the Trainer-Wright incident
on safety The mother of two elementary and WngtaTs eaenrity. the bus driver can leave the
wilderness survival first aid,ethics
Clearance children who rode a school bus scene without risking physical con-
wildlife identification,conservationlaws Mied t. be for bus
and marksmanship. driven by Edna Trainer. Wright ap- It alright a tact.

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commaiyimanfs of firearm safety" July 3 County
Me -" said Lt. Rudy Herel) hunter ecuca-
tion officer for the Game and Fresh The following individuals ap- tag.pond S5S court costs. contest driving under influence
( Water Fish Commission. peared before Judge George H. Sinclair T. Crews' pled no coolest (DUD; fined $962.50, license
,- Effective June 1. 1991, persons Pierce July 3 in Bradford County drrring while license suspended suspended six months, attend DUI
j born after June 1, 1975! who wish to Traffic Court where their cases lULini fined$12ID.2S.- school, Tri County supervision one
( -'r' bunt will be required by law to complete received final disposition. Kathy Lynn Frieday pled no coo- year.
r this course. Don t delay. Pre- test DWLS;fined(129 JS.Tri County Ernest Albert Varnes pled guilty
registration Is required, so please Sarah E. Ballinger charged with suuei vision to days. DUI; fined$1,225Iiceuse: suspended
= call 353-6331. no mobile home tag; presented valid Frieday pled guilty unlawful five yean, ten days in Jail on
..r ,. The schedule of classes to be held tag, case dismissed. speed; fined $140.Robert weekends, attend DUI school, Tri
.... ......Ir __ 'x : .... ....i A in this area is: Gary W.Brown pled no contest im- Lee Koser pled guilty County supervision one year.
Raiford State Prison. August 11 proper tag; dismissed. DWLS fined 12025. Joe Mack Benefield pled no con-
and 12, 8-5 p.m.Fletcher Beverly Bryan charged with no Donald R. Magyar! charged with test DUI; fined $700. license
High School. August 6,a mobile borne tag; presented valid no mobile home tag;presented valid suspended five years,,.ten days in
25-50 % OFFJR and t.8-10 p.m. tag case dismis ed. tag dismissed. .lad attend DUI school Tri County
Orange Park High School,August John Bryan charged with no-. .\'Donald. Edwin Melt;'Jr.:pled guilty suptnristoironeyearf? ;. .
13. 15 and 16, 6-10 p.m. mobile home tag; presented valid Improper tag; presented valid
tag. dismissed.
Joe Middleton pled guilty DWLS; Misdemeanor Court
fined (120.23 Tri County supervi- Sandra Dee Barnes pled no contest
FOOD STORES sion. retail theft; fined$146.50.
Middleton pled guilty improper Mary Juanita Bradley pled guilty
tag; $52 court costs. petit theft; fined 120.25, Tri County
Keystone Heights Waldo Scott Ensley Mosley pled guilty supervision six months. 30 hours
SR100W > "Vn 0 0 11 expired tag more than four months; community work, write letter of
V I t-t Hwy. and dismissed.Mosley apology to victim.
473-4274 il/1 1 VlV Cole St. pled guilty DO valid drivers Madalyn I. Fisher pled guilty petit
New Store Hours license (NVDL); presented valid theft; fined$250.
s'u pm license,dismissed. Wallace Lee pled guilty possessionof
Prica good 6/23tbnt 8/1*t your heat Jr.Feat Store Ricky Owens pled guilty DWLS; drug paraphernalia; fined$120.25,

BREAD y// DUTCH HOLLAND presented valid license, $52 court make restitution, 60 days probation.
ICBCkEAM costs. Tracy Ann Leroy pled no contest
79 99 $1.89 ,, James Alvin Tyler, Jr. pled no petit theft; 60 days Tri County supervision -
contest DWLS;present valid licenseJuly fined $120.25 and make
KDEN4I JUST SO IT Wfo 5 and pay $52 court costs. restitution.
MJ,1JCy = DS1N / % I Morgan S. Underhill pled no con Marla Christine Nelson pled guilty
1239 99 1. test leaving scene of accident; disorderly Intoxication; 60 days Tri
dismissed. County supervision$52 court costs.
-.-.-.-. e. .1 rtattzatstas_r R: Underbill pled no contest failed to James R. Huckeba charged with
%y'' '' Super Snacks 2 For 99CPROBLEM Immediately report accident; burning without authorization; $32

:.i i T GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION I John Wade. Willis charged with court COllis.Yolanda .Michell taylor pled no

DWLS; pay $52 court costs. contest assault; six months court
AND GENERAL REPAIR i Thomas George Christakes pled probation, no contact with victim.
I (M NVDL; present valid license Johnny James McCutchen pled no
I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank- Keystone Heights, FLp i qty contest battery; Tri County sUpervI-
| 473-9543 Christakes charged with unlawful sion six months,stay away from vic
SPECIAL transfer of tag; dismissed. tim, pay $52 court costs, violate no
8 Point TOWING WITH John Clinton Hamilton pled no Jaws.i .
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riOVINQ SALE: Furniture tots of tools, MILLS has several Immediate ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING I
1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior, lots of odds and ends. Take Rd. 100 openings for telephone sales people. BOOKS. $32.000/yr/ Income potential. 205 N. Temple. Starke aEw.roH!:
good tires,302 CI 1,fourcaptain! chairs, Walt from Starke, 2nd road past No experience necessary. Guaran- h .Details,call 1-602-838-8885, Ext
lola AC/AT. PF PB, PL. Good Crosby Cemetery on left (S.W. 5th) teed $4 per hour to start AM & PM Bk 17283. 15 Cecelia Terwlllegar
condition. $5500. 782-3660. TFN then 2nd street to right (S.W. 6th St.) shifts available. Apply to Mrs. Doyle ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI) Start HOMES
then 2nd house on left Fri. ft. Sat 0 Starke Motor Court 739 N. TempleAve. $11.41/hourl For application Info call
1977 CHEVY NOVA: Exo. cond. Rebuilt am til ?? 7 Room 27. Apply July 19 & 20, 1-602-838-8885.W-17283.,6am- BEAUTIFUL RICK HOMEi 4 BR. 3 1/2 BA Over 2000 if. CH/A ceramic tile
engine, carburetor and distributor. TWO FAMILIES:Saturday.July 14, 9 am July 24 & 25, 9-1 p.m. and 5 p.m. 10 pm 7 days. 15 baths, on wall manicured lot (.Mac.) $75,000
Complete new brake system. Much til 3 pm. Sawyer parking lot,301 Equal Opportunity Employer. SEAMSTRESS: Full or part time. Alterations HANDSOMI I-STORY CEDAR HOME w/beautlful view of lake Sampson
more. 21 MPG. $750 OBO. 468- South. Check It Outs Powwer 15PROGRAM only. $250 per week Call 371- Located In Brlmwood Point. 3BR/2BA Central Heat pump carpeted, insulated
2502 ask for J.D. 2 BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: tools: COORDINATOR: Position 1824 In Gainesville. TFN 15 windows skylights, mahogany ..t. doors, sunken tub ceiling fans, 2205 SF
76 PLYMOUTH SPORTS COUPE:318: TE 22 Hiltl Hammer drill, rigid pipe available. Industrial Complex of NOW HIRING LEGAL SECRETARY/ living room 1537 SF wrap-around porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
V-8; AM/FM rear speakers; dual vice 17 ft V-hull boat w/tilt trailer, no Railord. A workshop for retarded citi PARALEGAL Availability Immediate. financing to qualified buyer. $105,000
exhaust. G64-5454. 2 motoreleo; fencecharger;10ft wood zens. Salary negotiable. Degree re Send resumes to: P.O. Drawer A, BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM. 1% lATHS 2900 SF home on 2'Acres of land. Call
1980 CONVERSION VAN: 3700 mites ladder; 1/2 hp Stayrlte water pump; quired. CR 22!), Raiford, FL 431- Starke FL 32091. 15 today for d.tolls.ePRESTIGIOUS .
Sink, bed, etc. $3600 FIRM. Call eleo.breaker boxesSki; equip.;HUlky 1898. 15 ENERGETIC, AGGRESSIVE SALES- HOME In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA, fireplace, wood floor.
J64-3728 2 bow saw;CRX rims;sewing machine; CRUISE SHIP JOBS: Hiring. $300/$900 PERSON NEEDED. Top Pay. Call Many..'ra.. 609 W. Call Street. $125,000

lots of dishes. What-nots, ceramics, weekly. Photographers, tour guides 964-6380 for Information and appoint- COUNTRY CLUB AREAi3BR/2 BA, brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub Immaculate
brass. Saturday only. 8:30: iii ?? Rain bartenders, casino workers. Hawaii, ment. 15WELDERS condition. $125,000

cancels. 100 E. Market Road, off N. .Carlnean, Bahamas. Call 1-206-736- : Rail oar repair facility needs BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOMEi Gorgeous landscaping. 3BR/3BA
301. 7SATURDAYJuly 7000 Ext. 3314N2. 15 welders with mechanical
Call for Details
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FOR LEASE: 1.000 sq. It and 2.000 sq. 1484.Dressers,table, $420-684 see
CLERKSPECIALIST: biweekly.One In Mon. Fri.
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ft.301 p.m. NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the country. Hardwood floors, with 5
South Plaza.964-
car stereos clothes much
,toys, more. year secretarial or clerical work !Kustom Karr Corp.., Reynolds Indus
8848 of land Home Is priced to sell Call Today
or 473-3627. TFN 3 acres
656 W. Madison St. 7
experience; high school diploma or trial Park, Hwy 16 East Green Cove
AND DRIVE FOR RENT: GARAGE SALE:Saturday July 14,7 am equivalent can substitute for required fL 15 on acres. yrs.
207 N. Temple Ave. Contact. 964- HI sold out.61/2 miles South of Starkeon work experience.Apply using State of MACHINISTS Springs :Rail carrepairfacllity da 2 BA w/hug. loft upstairs. All appl. Jenn-AIre, bathrooms ceramic tile,
3579. TFN 3 US 301. Right hand side of road.SOFA Florida application to:Connie Wimpy, machinist or apprentice. Must have kitchen quarry tile.Sep. mud room, 1lg. porch In front A screened back sunroom

7 Bradford County Public Health Unit, own small tools.Apply in person.Mon.- w/oddt'l. carport Call today<
MOBILE HOMES BED REFRIGERATOR. STOVE, 329 N. Church St., Starke. FL 32091. Fri. 8:30-4: p.m. at Kustom Karr Corp. FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOODi Beautiful block home on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3

"" '-'.'< .-", '" 1l-.V.--.V'i<'" "'"V"J ''' pots and pans, whole lot of misc. HRS Is an EECVAA/VP employer. Reynolds Industrial Park Hwy 16 East, BR/2 BA. REDUCED to $79,000
FOR SALE Items. Computer equipment Friday 15JOB Green Cove Springs FL 15 _. eA WONDERFUL 3 BR HOME In the country with 4 acres. Beautifully maintain.
and Saturday. 9-5. N. 301 to Strawberry OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. ed. CH/A. Must see to believe) Call today for an appointment.

Acres, follow signs. 7 Openings available In several areas,
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD FRIDAY JULY 13: One mile west of will train. For Info, call 708-742-8620. tti9' "$'4 HANDYMAN SPECIAL 1 111 I
doublewlde. with all the 'r. ;: ,
extras. Lawtey on SR 225. Look for signs. ext 362. 15
-IN CITY LIMITSi 3 bedrooms, 1 bath stucco home. Owner finance, great rental
$19.000 balance and $1000 down. Lots of and
childrens clothes, toys VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III-F/C.
FOR SALE 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, den with property.
Assume the loan. Will pay to have mlso. Items 7
((Welder/Auto MechanlcTemporary) fireplace screened frontporch, large OLD CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In City Limits on .75 Ac. Fixer-Upper $19,995
moved to your lot Call 373-3423 FRIDAY A SATURDAY: Fri. 9-21; Sat. 9- Position (No benefits). Salary $10,00
lot 964-6499.
after 4pm or 964-9115 during the 1. Baby, adult clothes, guns, toys per hour. Contact: R. Nate Holton, deck. Carpet Large MOBILE HOMES
day. 4 mlso. 2 miles from limits. North TFN 16
city Personnel Manager New River Correctional -
1980 24X52 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR/2 301. 7 Institution Post Office Box FOR SALE-BY OWNER:5 BR. 2 1/2 BA MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/20'x30' pole barn nice neighborhood Call for
__ Home. 2200 sf. Living room, dining details
BA. Central heat Excellent condi fOUR FAMiLIES: Saturday 8 til 2. Elvis 333, Ralford Fla. 32083-0333, or
tion. room, den. Fully furnished washhouse -MUST SELL 3 with beautiful doublewlde MH with all
$11,500, negotiable. 752-3653 acres new appliancesseptic
collectibles; Ford truck wheels and phone (904)964-4000) ext 587.OFFICE
after 5 p.m. 4 ,, hub caps; adult, children and baby 15 with washer S dryer. Call 964- tank, well. Call today for details.
14x70 MOBILE HOME:Shingle roof CH/ clothes, ladies hats, books mlso. HELP NEEDED:Must have high 6200 or 964-8413 after 5 p.m.tfn BEAUTIFUL 3 III, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDEi 1 Ac. Underground pool, double carport

A, room addition, skirting. Can leave household baby Items. Union Co. school diploma. Experience helpful, 16 restricted Lake garage, hug. glassed-in sunroom, large utility room. Doublewlde ha:.
on lot Brooker area. Days, call 964- Prison Grounds,Circle Drive.Ph.431113 but not necessary.Apply BRADFORD BY OWNER: In of Hampton 1 been remodeled to look like a house you must see It to believe It I
7913,ask for Randy.After 6,call 485- ? 7MIDDLE8URG FURNITURE, US 301 N. No phone Oaks just west Hwy 301 approx.BR/2 BA MOBILE HOME ON 2.5 ACRES with above ground pool. Very well kept!
Lake. 3
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2639.4 calls 15 Assumable mortgage.
wall wall
screened to carpet,
1990 FLEETWOOD 28X64: 4 BR 2 : 25 HRS. WEEK: No experience neces porch "
LAND'FOn".SALE' furnished
: CH/A, kitchen appliances COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
BA.Only$211 month. Buy now Save .." sary. Will train. Must have own trans 21/2 old-wood. Call
1 Ac.
Thousandsl Wayne Frier's Home ; port tlon.Apply In person Fla.Crown Approx.468-1857 after 6 yr. or call 374- FANTASTIC INVESTMENTi 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential .
Center US 301 N. 4 : 1-5 Acres from $7500. Printing, 646 US Hwy 301 South, 4181 In day hours. Priced p.m. at 77060. 3300 SF. Retail store and living quarters. Asphalt driveway French drain t.
1980 GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55, $195/Down; $95/Mo. Owner. 282- Maxville, FL Mon.-Thurs. 15 16HAMPTON system several walls, and septic tanks. Price Reduced to Sell! ,+
2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump and 0068. Call 473-0530 after 8 p.m. MECHANIC to repair small engines and LAKE AREA:3 BR.2 BA brick COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco Home In City limits. Zoned com '
power pole Included. You move. 9 lawn tractors. Must have 5 yrs. exp. Ib 1+ acre. Excellent condo Ideal for merclal across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W.
$6,000 OBO. Call 7823634. tin and references. Hrs. commission.
horses. 468-2895,468-1919. -2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 on SR 14-EI Great investment call
needs work. 2 sheds. Good terms. Manning Lawnmower, Hwy 100, Key
ANIMALS & PETSHAPPY 36000. R. Wright Mclntosh. 1-591- 15 16 now.
2126 9SAMPSON STORE : Experienced, good
LAKE: E. aide, 1.3 Ao. 100 ft driving record,hard worker.Motivated.Call Help Wanted LOTS AND ACREAGETWO
landscaped lakefront 24x30 ft boathouse after 6 p.m., 1-727-7943.
JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal w/full bath lagoon dock ramp. DIETARY AIDEPartTime LOTS Ready to build on. Beautiful location. Lakewood Estates A very
patented device controls fleas In the 69000. By appt Y a B. Construction c prestigious neighborhood. Call today for more Information.
home without Pesticides. Results P.O. Box 661,Starke FL32091. HOMES FOR SALE J -2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each 'lot 140'xMO'. Ready to develop. Invest
overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY 9OCALA today for tomorrow's future.
& GOLDKIST. 6 FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR 1 1/2 Bath GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop. Call to
8 YR. OLD APPALOOSA MARE: $500. REAL ESTATE CB home.Living room,dining.kitchen, 20-25 hours per week day.

B1ackfilly.$300Appaloosa; Colt$300. large family room w/fireplace and built- Exp. preferred -20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2, 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond.

red w/white spots. Call...for.. .informa- in bar. Screened In back porch, small Apply to: many extras. Priced to move.
1101'1.'7823089. 6 NATIONAL FOREST: wooded pool. Fenced backyard, bam w/eleo- HANDINSTITUTE -I* PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. W: Owner financing. Call today.
'RHOD SIAN.fI\OGE\ BACX.PUPPIES' :;, t. >lot>,i river*accesSp$5e50 each. Non rtitncltu.964-6647i>,. <*l ni16.. RAMADAN -J AC. ON PORSYTH ROAD Great 'location for a beautiful home. Call todoj>f.
Non-registered. Lg:_ parents. Shots money down. $71.41 month. Owner.,, STARKE CITY LIMITS:$7,500 buys2 BR -30 ACRES FOR SALES All fenced In, loaded with pines. Great Investment
and wormed $50. 473-2215. 1-236-4579 1-622-2433( TEN home plus extra building lot. Call 904- LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL located In lawtey area.

6AKC 10POSITION 372-6881. 16 1-496-2323 FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTYt 301 N, 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
MINIATURE DACHSHUNDS: 2 ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES trees. Hwy frontage of 400'approx. 1-well, 2 septic tanks & fenced pond. Call
males, clear red. DOB 3/17. $200. WANt 'D': ; from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax

473-2215. 6 ," ... .. .. ... . .. property.Repossessions.! Details,call Today
1-602-838-8885 Ext. W-17283. : AFTER HOURS
BOOKKEEPER:Full charge 14 S
; :BOATS: : All aocts. all tax dep.yrs. exp.and Sandra Ts rwlls! gar. . . . . . . 964-4211 '
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.- .' returns, or what have you. Purchas- ,WANTEDLOOKING : Anne rwlllegor Brown, . . . . . 473-7541

1981 IS FT. ALUMINUM BOAT: 15 hp. ing, counter sales, etc. Can Jerry I DAYTONA } Cecelia: TerwllUgor . . . . . . .964-7776
Manner 782-9802. 11 FOR A FEMALE BLOOD-
Eska outboard with trailer.$750 OBO. HOUND.We have a mate,full blooded { :":..' .- .:: ::. :. : ',: ',;.
485-2734. 8 Brand New Rebuilt Engine,
redbone bloodhound. Would like to {
breed for puppy or If you have a puppy AM/FM Cess., Elect Fuel
for sale. Please call 964-5647. Injection, Tilt Wheel Cold

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964-5405.Running or not running.11 Woody Hewitt. 473-07366 tEveri.) Accelerated Reallydtic..

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HOUSINGSusan M. Faulkner, GRI), CRB President CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 [ UMiI1IOII5'1' ; x xL'

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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St| Jt a .../Farm!: v/Coimnerclal

NEW LISTING 3 BR/2 BA Home In City. CH/A, Real cute starter home pricedto OUTLAW a I GRAHAMi 4BR/3BA, Stucco Bldg Large Family Room w/Flreplace.
sell at 33900. 97-90 \tuty Thinking ol bin/frig or selGngT CaU us I CH/A Rang., Ref rl and Dishwasher Well ft Septic Lark. Oak Trees, 3
*J BR/2 BA Cst Home with Florida room In city, must see to appreciate. By J 'l'V itveninfl \WiBelte"iicis\ ; r/ .. .. I Ac.. Inground Pool.
oppl. only 92.90 964.4522 L I S.E. 35TH STREET A-Frame CB home, 3 BR/2 BA. CHI A. Fireplace, Family sEm
*2.45 ACRES with 3 BR/1 BA Mobil. Home. Owner needs to sell due to IIIn. STAR ZIL You Full Service Real Estate Office I Laundry Rm., 10x16 Wood Utility Bldg. w/Water and Electricity. 2.79

.... Priced at 26000. 53-90 I Ac. I
*BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on Sampson lake, lot Is 100/x720'. 64-90 s I HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm From. House with Well and Septic 3.8I '
screened porch, also has 2 Dayic* L. Dodgt I
*LAWTEY AREA Beautiful 3 BR/1 BA home. CH/A. l Acres.
BR/1 BA MH used for rental. All this on 4 acres. 36-90 L DALEWOOO SUBDIVISION! 3 BR/2 BA CB Home, Family Room CH/A,

*LAKI PRIVILEDGES to George's lake,, 3 lots each" 75x100. 011,3 lots I Range. Refrlg. and Dishwasher, 1800 SF. landscaped Lot.
$7800. 26-90 : I SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 IA Norwegian Brick Living, Dining S Family
*.ACRES with active working chicken farm S 3 BR/1 BA home.. 56-90 Detlghatesl Apprals** a I Rooms CH/A. 2310 SF, Porches 2.8 Acres. L

*J BR/2 BA CI HOME IN CITY Fireplace,, separate DR.' yard chain link __ REALTOR I COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/2 BA From., living-Dining-Kitchen Combo
fenced 71-90 a j w/Snack Bar Den, Screened Porch, 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared
EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOME at a price you can afford. 19900. In I Spot for Garden
town. 96-90 j 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 H BA CB < Frame, large Family Room laundry .
*EXCELLENT FARM LAND Cress-fenced. Perfect for cattle or. horses. 40 Ac PRKEREDUCEDIII I I 4 Room, Nice lot. 4
and house 87-90 Excellent.. Buy ki Storke's. Finest Neighborhood J NEW BRICK HOMEi 4 BR/2 BA, Stove Relrig. ft Dishwasher Sun Deck

*POOL DON'T MISS THIS ONE BR with 1 1/2 beautiful... 51.90 all On Comer Lot. Nlc. Outside Storage Bldg. I :2240 SF. Well Septic, 1 Acre.
*OWNER FINANCING Various size parcel of land. WE WANT AN OFFER 11 OWNER ANXIOUS I 11SR I 1 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 3 BR/1 BA A-Frome w/Porches All

LEASI PURCHASE Beautiful executive home with S acres. 86-90 [ Round, 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well ft Septic. On Paved
HOME UNION COUNTY 1524 .q. ft. CH/A. Excellent location. ....-90 UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A All Appl. Pool 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI- I Rood. 4
BRICK BEAUTIFUL HIGH DRY WOODED building lets Each 146x200. Owner *CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story, Stove S Refrlg. Elect.
$9500.oth. 89-89 *EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOODi Stucco 3/2. CH/A FP. rg., rfg., D.W. I Heat Window AC, Well 6 Septic, 1 Acre.LAKE .
financing. rhod.d lot. rood. *63 ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Old.r MH. 2 Wells. I Screened Porches 14x16 Utility
*COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: Restricted, building On paved GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA Frame,
I 136-89 *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawt.y area. Building Well 6 Septic.

Owner BR financing.1 IA KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBi CHI A, 6 yrs old.' 2 Ac. Owner LAKEFRONTl Fish Swim. W.nd cottage. Fum. Sandy beach. s TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA Doublewide Mobile Home. CH/A
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Plan. *37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lowt.y. Will divide. Owner Financing. I
I transferred and anxious. Covered by Buyers Protection 89-90 Stove a Refrlg. Graham Area.
: KEPT, SPACIOUS older home. 4 BR, 2 BA. Maintenance free .exterior *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS IUSINESSt For Sale to Qualified Buyer COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
1.31* WELL Ac. completely fenced lots. More extras. 88.90 *3 YR. OLD BEAUTY 3/2. CHI A, 1250 sf, all appliances, Southgate L I WALNUT STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. 4

I GOOD I BR, I BAi Excellent condition on 2 1/2 Ac. CH/A. range, refrlg., S/D $55.000 I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway, plenty of warehouse space.
, : 38-90 *4.7 ACRES W.II, 2 septic, older MH optional. $22,500 HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home 12x60 Mobile

:?LARaEPEUILDING LOT 301x142 City utilities. Owner may divide. 69.90 *BRICK 3/liCH/A. walk, to shopping qul.t neighborhood. s Horn. 40x60 Auto Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tanks and 4 W.II w/Pumps on
MOBILE HOMES from 24x54 to 2x60, 3 or 4 bedrooms, 3 ........All *BEDFORD LAKE 2/1. CH/A, completely turn. Nice. 100x300. 3 Acres.
SEVERAL condition. On. acre or more financing available to qualified *NEAT a tLIANI 2/1. Heat Air. Make appointment to see. s EAST CALL STREET Nice Office Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Proc, a
excellent 24--98 STARKE HISTORIC Renov. 68R/3 1/2 BA. 6fplc. Duplex. 1 Ac. lice.
bur.r. BEAUTIFUL STORY brick 8 cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres. SELECTED PROPERTIES

*IN STARKEt CI. 3/I. CH/A, 1200 plus SF. ItOxllOlot. $38.000 L I 40 ACRES Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pines. Near
Call One of Our Professionally *EXCELLENT AREA 3/2 Brick CHI A. 100> 3OO>lot.New roof. $51,000. lawtey.

Trained Staff Today..964-BO69 +OVER AC Brkk. 4/21/2. CH/A. fpk. over 2100 SF. All appliances. L HOME BLDG. LOTSi Hwy 16 W. City Water B Sewage, Owner Financing a
AWATERFRONTiOosby lake canal. Doublewide, CH/A. Rg., R.frlg. HOME BLDG. LOTSi Shady Oaks S/D Brooker.
I .After Hours CaU These Realtor Associates: *FARM HOUSE S BARNS on 3 oc. Good area. Close to Starke. REDUCED I' FOUR f-ACRS TRACTS Brooker Hwy. Frontage Owner Financing
*STORY CEDAR 3600 sf., SIR, 3 BA, CH/A 2 F.PI. rg... refrig., D/w. Nice 4 THREE 3-ACRS RIVERFRONT lOTSi Brooker, Owner Financing. s
e Irene L. Faulkner..964-B142 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMiSITEi3 BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 oc. REDUCED AFTER HOUIISIb

Darlene Godwln..468-20O3 *US Ml SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close In I s I Wayne Dougles 44-elt3 Bill Dodd 7401 s
Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964OO4Oe *ASSUMAILI Non-Qualifying FHA Loan.3/1.CHI A, good nelghbors.S3S.000. Nevis Word V44-7414 Bill Gnonn 141 tM4A

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INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.aD utilities DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME: $3657 171 VW-A-1 condition./ A/C, AM/FM LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes. 12ft NeERGLASS-V bottom boat$290.00.
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- paid. From $37.50 weekly. Mo., Large screened room, 3 BR, 1
II: up CASSETTE TV. New Inside and out I $149/$199 per month. Lake Geneva 6HP Johnson and tank 40000. Call
:. 6946. 12ALUMINUM MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St BA. CH/A $350 deposit Located off $ .OOO 0110 473-0412 Itpd7i Rentals' 473-7966. 6mopd7-90-1-91 "73-3 .. NEWSPAPER Starke. In front of Post Office. 225 on NW 68th Ave, Lawtey left
ItM CHIVY MARK III-Van.' Like new fully OARACI/DEN-1300 Sq. Ft., 3BR/2BA 14ft PISHINO BOAT-and trailer,
r. PLATES.Measures 24x38 13MOBILE hand side,3 ml.junction 301 and 225, loaded. $300 down. Assume home. $475/mo. plus dep. 2640195. Fiberglass' live bait well, $675. Call)
: Inches.50 each. Great for patching HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 13miles Juntion 16 &225.182-3417. 473-0857. 2lpd7-3-12 475-2696, leave message 1tpd7/12
to: and repair TELEGRAPH, 135 W. WATER, SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR, 1M4 payment FOlD 3tchg7/12-l9 COTTAGE W/ACCESS-to Santa Fe Lake.
Call SL Starke. 12 1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 IN LAWTEY: 2 BR, 1 BA Mobile Home.$225permo.$1oodeposit.7823168.. .. 1BR/1BA No pets/children. Couple or
38,000ml. $2693 .732..38Itchg7l12FOR LOSTHIMALAYAUPERSIANcat.
Ic FRESH CUT ALICIA HAYIN ROLL.Mulch MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY single man. 479-2328. 2tpd6-28-7-12-19
f. for landscaping 782-3140. tfn WATER SEWER CABLE TV. 964- MOBILE LAKEFRONT-3798 Silver Sands Circle.
-= 12 7498 TFN 13 HOME:$260 mo. CH/A. 2 BR 2 SALE 3BR/2BA Ooublewlde. CH/A, oversized Children'sPet.
FE 4x8 UTILITY TRAILER, road-ready, OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home BA. Stove, rafrigNo pets. Call 473- 2 car 12x16 CB Storage Charcoal color with dark feet and
blinker and brake lights ready. Just lots for rent, water and sewer furnished 3014.13 SATILUTI SYSTEM-reposiessed due to Building. Chain-link garage.fence. $''50.00 per ears. Area of Yale Street In Hlghrtdge/
1 for lawn LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY divorce Still under Estates If you have any Information
right mower garbage orwhat cable tv available. 762-3333 RATES:Kitchenettes warranty. Nothing month. 1.751.0253 or 6320751.
r: have you. Asking $200.00. Can be TFN 13 available. 782-3332, Lawtey. down. $3 /mo, 12721031. 2lpd-7-3/12 please call Margie 473-4828 or Sue
::: seen at 909 N. Thompson St.SATELLITE HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for .13. ... 4tchg6-14-2l-28-7/5 MOBILE HOME-2BR or 3BR $149/$199 per 473-7967 Itpd7/12
M 12 rent Close to prison. Call 46 323. a BEDROOM. J BATH DOUBLEWIDE SATILUTI SVSTEM-Uke new 6 mo. old momth. Lake access. Lake Geneva Isml200pl2sl130f3lc _
DISH With receiver and de- TFN with scrambler. Nothing down. YARD SALES
; : 13 MOBILI HOMIi CH/A. Call 964-5449 Rentals 473-7966. 6mopd7.12YEARROUND'r.nta'
s:: scrambler and remote. Complete and MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2 and 3 after 6 p.m.WILLIAMS $49/mo. t.272.1 018.4chg61..21.2875 of furnished lake *
FRI SAT-13th a 14th a a.m. to I
:': works good.Orlg.$2000-Now$1200. Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- p.nt"n
on clear water, sand bottomed
: 7823660. tfn 12 6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 81 FT. VIOA-Travel Trailer $1200.00. lake off Baden-Powell Road Melrose. _'KHES off Pecan on Cardinal Drive.
i= HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C. 2 Call to Me 475-2417. 2tpd7-3-12 Call Nancy Henry Realtor 13725816. Clothes' Atari game w/cartrtdges.
!: storage buildings garages green- BR. furnished cottage w/deck. Nice SERVICES COMFORTER SET-sheets Included. Full, 2tchg7/12-l9 books, etc. 1tchg7/12
;1: houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy mountain view. Convenient to attrac- Floral, Rust colorer $35.00. 473-2741 2BR TRAILER-unfurnl.h.d. SATUROAY-8 a.m. to S p.m. Comer of
: 301 South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 tions. $200Avk. 964-7210. TFN DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE 1tchg7/12 250/mo.475-2993 1 Magnolia and Pecan 1tchg7/12
: 12 13MOBILE SERVICES: Quality work at lowestprices. MATTRESS-Sealy Posturepedrlc ultra. LAKE Itchg7-12 MOVING SALE-Furnlture and odds and
; CARPORT $990.NO DOWN HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile .All work guaranteed.9643412.CHAIN pluih. King die. Only 4 month. old. screened SANTA porches FE-Two, 2 2BR docks cottages, sandy, ends. Saturday, July 14, SI 63rd St. off
: PAYMENT.Handl House portable from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN tFN 17 $900. Call 473-4846 for more Informa- beach, 479-1444 2tpd7.12/19 21B. Follow the signs. Ilchg7/l2
LINK FENCE Installed. Free. tion. SATURDAY-6793 Woman's Club Road
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- 13KINGSLEY : Itpd79MOTOl ON BEAUTIFUL-Silver Lake. Nice clean
8848 TFN 12 LAKE: 2 BR 2 BA Double- timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., HOMI-1989 Toyota Mini- 3BR/2BA house, sandy beach. Swim, Chrysler outboard motor boat/trailer,
REFRIGERATOR and Microwave for sale. wide. Central air dishwasher.Private) owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. Cruiser Call Joe Henkle 479-2680. fish, booting. W/D. A/C. Furnished Western .addl., tools, householdItems
Both In good working order. Call 9648212.12 pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752- TFN 17ALTERATIONS Itpd7/12 July/August. $350/wk. Year lease toys Itchg7/12
4339. TFN 13 : zippers, hems buttonholes $550/mo. furnished SOO/mo unfurnished. HIGH RIDGE ISTATU-Saturday. 14 July,
MOVING SALE:SPINET PIANO washer 2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely patches.eto. Drop off and pick HOMES FOR SALE No pets.or 1-771-9431 or 9-", 6409 Beloit Ave. Follow signs from
& dryer, mattress sets, refrig., deep! furnished with washer and dryer. up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- ..73.2..0.2tpd7/12.19 SRI00. 1tpd7/12
freeze and other Items. See at 2305N. Central heat and air,all electric.$300/ 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from 19M QUAUTY-Flesta Mobile Home. RENT/LEASE-For the professional, 3BR- Saturday 9-l-Hwy 100 East to 214 (Gismo -
Temple Ave., No. 7, or call 964- month plus deposit Rent from June 1 SouthsWa Etem. Hwy 100 -TFNHANDY 14X72 3BR.2BA plywood floors, wood 2BA, 2 story, 'lake view and access, ) 'left on Gustafson Rood Follow
2124. 12BUSINESS thru Sept.30 only.Call Castle Properties 17 siding shingle roof, total electric. central H/A, 473-1136 or 473-0857 signs. No early birds please. tcbg7/12
IS MOVING SALE:Checkout U.S A., Inc., licensed real estate MAN: Bargain Rate. Painting. CH/A, attached shed. Set at Jim Rod 2tchg7/12-19 FRI ft SAT-7275 Morning Glory lane.Turn
Plumbing,Electrical.Deck. up right at John Brown's and watch for
counter worktable 6 ft.x3 ft;. large broker. 964-5065. 13 Additions Pak and '
desk,round table 2 dressers ribbon, 14X60 MOBILE HOME:2 Bedroom.$250 Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience. $17,400 Qualify 4730169.assume loan Norris 2 BR 1 BA MOBILE'HOME: $250 per signs. 473-3397 1 tpd7/12
Negotiable R.
flowers-silk dried, and straw, birds, per mo..$100 deposit Call 964-8704. Local reference*.Woody Hewitt, 964- 1tpd7-12 mo. plus damage deposit. immoka- "
wreaths, wallhanglngs. baskets eta 13 5405. TFN 17 IM/IeA-l Acre, A/C home w/lak. lee.Road.j! *73-2566. 13 ., WANTEDNEED
Call 964-8740. 12 1 BR 1 BA APARTMENT IN TOWN: WANT TO DRINK.THATS YOUR BUSI- view/access. Like
TORO RIDING MOWER: 7 hp 25 Inch Close to shopping. 175Mo. plus NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S "73.0857.2tchg7/12-t9 new. 473-1136 or SERVICES A SITTMr-For your elderly motheror
out electricstart Good condition.$300 deposit. Call Castle Properties USA, OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 9643619.9644150,9648614. father? OR a nice place for them to
and gas Industrial weed eater, $75. Inc., licensed real estate broker,964- 17 BILL' LAWN SERVICE-Mowlng. raking live? Call NANCY at 473-4669 anytime.
468-2305. 12 5065. 13DOUBLEWIDE LAWN MOWER REPAIR:Quick repairs, ANIMALS edging. Call 473-0169. 4tpd6-21-28/7-5-12
TOMATOES: U-Pick. 25 pounds. $3.00. : 3 BR, 2 BA unfurnished low prices.Wall's Small Engines,224 4tpd7/I2-19-26/8-2 _
9645128. 12 except for stove and refrig. Heat and Washington St., by railroad track, Mil KITTENS-Black and white 473-2741 ,ROOFING-All types-shingling hot tar, & ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian gentleman -
CHINA CABINET, table wheal and four air.No inside pets.$150 deposit,$325' 964-7580 17 ltchg712AFFORDABLE aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for free 58 years of age, healthy
chairs.Excellent condition.175.964 rent. On Grilfis Loop. Call 282-7117. PRESSURE WASHING: House, sidewalks estimate. 473-7073. 4tpd7-12-19-26 happy and fun. need roommate to
4737. 12 Keep trying. 13 driveways, trailers roofs and HOME SERVICES-Carpet cleaning ser- share my home at Lake Brooklyn, "/
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE: Sofa love 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: 2nd floor. roof repair Call 964.6341Tony vice. Free ..tlmat... 473-0797 2 mi. from new Miller Mai Key.
seatand chair,blue and mauve.Never Stove refrig, and gas Included. No Parks. TFN 17 4tpd7/12-19-26/8-2 stone Heights. Total cost, rent un
used. Must sell! $295.00. 964-3936. pets. $65 per week. 964-8498. TALYA MOORE:From 12/15/89 on I am TIRED OP CONTRACTORS ity, phone A/C only $16O per mo.
12FRESH 13 no longer responsible for this person T.H.EAPARTMENTS FRICEST-Spartan Int. will custom build plus $100 deposit Cal Don, 473-
OKRA: $15.00 bushel. Call 485- MOBILE HOME: 2 Bedroom. $200 per debts./STEPHEN D. MOORE. tennis courts, multi-colored stucco, 0301. e mffl.lfllni! ._._..It ,u._
1687. 12 mo., $100 deposit. Call 964-8704. I WILL BABYSIT YOUR CHILDREN In my brick and block structures, room additions
: NICE FURNITURE:Dresser, headboard 13FIVE home days. Call 964-7321. patios, driveways, landscapingand LAND FOR SALE
: reg. or queen and night stand dark ACRES 1 BR HOUSE:Small farm- 17CARPET custom build septic tanks. Free
wood.Victorian style.Living room love house. $150 per month $100 de SHAMPOOING: Better than 932 B. Brownlee St. estimates. All work guaranteed. Call MIDDLEBURO-l-2 acres from$7500. $195
seat and couch and two recliners; 3 posit. 782-3627.13 Steam) $25/first room; $10 each Camp Blandlntf Rd. 473-0719 ask for Shown or Robert. down 95ma. Owner 282.0066
end tables; two sets of lamps: 2 pc. 2 BR MOBILE HOME: Mature older per- additional room. CC Cleaning Serv- Starke. FL 32091964713J SWEET!ADVENTUROUS CHRISTIAN 473-0330 after 6 p.m. 4tchg712.82NOTICE
hutch and mirror; dinette table and sons preferred. After 5 pm, call 964- ice, 7823089. 17 GEIJTLEMAN, 53 6' tall 194 Its. .h .
chairs;wall unit and misc.furnishings. 8218. 13 CHILD CARE:For the working mom. Afternoon ; widowed divorced. Flexible loving, "
782-3419 or 7823310. 12 ONE BEDRooMAPARTMENTVacancy: *, nights and weekends. For generous,romantic home loving.No
REFRIGERATOR: electric stove and expected soon.Bradford Village Apt*. dependable,good child care call 964- 2 & 3 BR. family orU&ited. with dependents,loves kidsDon't smoke CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
hood.Gold color.$350.00 for all. Hwy Close in.Walled patio.Call 9648601. 8522. laundry& large playground. drink or do drugs. All my highs are to the Lake should be submitted -
233 and Comer of Hwy 16. Behind 13 MIKE: You're In my life and heart Need God's gifts. Looking for sweet lady flee In and Region Monitor of.
FREE I paid In
Handy Way. 964-8733. 12 3 BR. 2 BA HOME with carport and ga- you In my arms. Love, Roberta Rent 3O Electricity%of first month. who will bury her pnde. Answer this unless credit Is advance
SMALL PIANO KEYBOARD $60; chestof rage w/storage shed fenced backyard -. XOXOXO. quality.your monthly IncomeIf quality ad-allow me to spoil you as this office already establishedwith /

drawers,$35;typewriter table$20; ,comer lot CH&A.Washer dryer, STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE -If you you earn 3.35 per:hi':.. 40 hr*. a my friend, then as my wife til Jesus MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HElD
computer desk. $75; computer desk dishwasher. Excellent neighborhood. SALES AND SERVICE: All make week:& have 3 dependent, your calls us home. Recent phot please. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES /IN
$50; secretarial desk wtypewriterpedestal. 964-7403. 13 and models cleaned'oiled and sxW' rent would be about$1 12 a month Write P.O.. Box 783 _Keystone CLASSIFIEDS; WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER
$50; bed w/springs $50; CLEAN 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Justed $15. New and I used.sowing\!! or t3.73 per day for days left In the. >Heights FL 32656 or call between.9. -tHE-TELEPHONE- ___
and many other Items. May be seen at Stove, rofrtg., $60.00 weekly. No utili/ *. Hwy'633: '*-1 B (Morgan.. (of move-In after;the first: am and'8:SO cm. 473-O301 Classified, deadline Is ,1:00q.m.Tue.

343 N. Walnut: 12 Road i fied BRADFORD SERVICE 'V
ties. Deposit. No pets. 9646232. ) 964-8733" TFN i? Single Accepted.In : day prior to Thursday''publication.
13 coat can be a* low.. Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable Minimum charge$3.50 for 1Sward.
: ; 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Hampton. MISCELLANEOUSLOST .1G.00 your__ prices also drain line repairs.Starka. then 15 cents for each: additional word.

PERSONAL.... ,- ',SER...VICE. .......... Fla. $300 mo. First and last Call after fi '11oo:. S HoualnjofYaurtncomt 064-812L TFN 17 If bills are mailed out, there will'" be a
.. 5, 964-8333. 13 Gold Bracelet In front of Post Of- ) Rerttfor 3015 FLOOR .SAGG'IN.DOORDRAG $3.00 billing charge.
2 BR. 1 BA MOBILE HOME 3 ml. of Sentimental Value GIN.HOUSE OUT OF Mailing address
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME : west fice. REWARDCall Equal Housing If You Qualify : P.O. Box 1171.'
: Saratoga LEVEL?? LaRue Servicefor
Starke. $260/mo. Inc. water and garbage 964-6399. Leveling Keystone Hts., Fl 32656
Heights.Mon.-Fri.22 yrs.experience. tax. First and last mo. and eleo. all your foundation repairs. 473-
964-7562. dep. No pets. 964-8813. 13 7721. TFN 17
4 BR. 21/2 BA HOME Unfumlshed. 315N.
care for your Infant In my home. Excellent Walnut St 2 BR HOUSE 318 Clark I

WE tarial TYPE Services references.RESUMES Inc.:9643521.964-2700.Bradford Secre- 2 BEDROOM clean.Street.Call 9643579.HOUSE In afternoon.IN TOWN 964-6630.13 : Nice Classifieds Get Results!! I I"Pi

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trailer for rent Call 9643728. PSffwEEK> :1 i JK

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\\iFOR'SALE" : < 4 C Toyota I. 5 Sp, 3365 $1495 : TREE AND STUMP

.< t 77 AMC Hornet :

Fill, Dirt Top Soil .1 s 6 C I. AT, ps, PB, '3418 $495 REMOVAL
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;c Large Tractor or Work Small Backhoe Loads of Limerock Bulldozer 78' 6 Dodge Diplomat, PB: AC 13396 $1495 I IJ : ., ![iic'Jfti' ; :': flJiit. t.. .il',' ,

? $199D[ WHt $40; Eft WEEK I 964-9300
:t; {964-6182'-:. 964-5823 964-609Stx :; ,
77 Chevy Camaro
V8 B, AC '3409 $1695

84 Chevy Chevette $2495 DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY

4 I., ATAC '3406
864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
83 Pontiac Phoenix $ Eves & Weekends:964-7578

4 eyl. AT PS, PB, AC 3101 49'S

?$299rDO\NN" ; :$4o::i n,WEEK; I Residential Well Drilling& Irrigation

JANE S. USHER 80 V8 Dodge 'D-I00 3383 P/U $2695 ,

REALTOR r Your Union County Realtorlake 81 Dodge D0 P/U .

Butler--Lake City 4 Cyl., 4 Sp.. '3386 $2695 Pump .
496-2126 or 755-3500 :
86 Plymouth Horizon' $2695 Sales 6-

4 Cyl., AT, PS, PB, '3417
-RICK HOMI WITH FISH POND Approxlmat.ly 2 Acres. Raltord. Lovely' country Service On
home with lots of extrat. Extra large living room with attractive fireplace, 82' Ford Falrmont '
country style kitchen-dining room with large bay-window looking out over th. 2895
All Makes 964.7061
acreage and FISH POND. Home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bath and kitchen come. 6 (:yl.. AT, PSt PB AC. '3384

equipped,with refrigerator love and dishwasher. With plenty of tr... Including 83 Tercel Lie 1305
various kind of fruit, also flowers and vegetable that surround the Toyota $2995 .
home make for a lovely country home letting. Shown by appointment only. 4 '34184419JOWN
Please call for more Information and APPOINTMENT TO SEE. < .
FHAMI HOMI AND t/2 CITY BLOCK ON SR.I21) LAKE BUTURi Ideal spot for t 0 .hif{* 406IER.WEEKa: ;
Investment In Lake Butler' whether It b.for homeowner or used a*a rental or A heat .v.
even commercial (subject to land-use plan). Owner will finance with term 82 Buick Century pump7
negotiable subject to Seller qualifying the buyer. Call now for appt to see. V8. AT. PS. PB $3495
Don't pass this on. up. /
SIX((4)ACRES NEAR SANTA Fl RIVER WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Buy 1 or all 6 83 Ford LTD $a anyone will feel

Acres off Rood! No. 18, approx. 2 mile out of Worthington Spring Propertywill V6, AT. PS PB AC, '3403 495 :
be owner financed to qualified buyer. Properly I I. partially wooded and
would make for a beautiful homeslte. Call for direction and appointment to 83 Ford Mustang comfortable

l .... V6. AT, PS. 4 $2995 ,;

85 Ford EXP
HELP..WE NEED LISTINGS OF 4 C I.. AT PSt PB, AC, 13362J$6,99 with

In Union County Brooker Area, New River Area ; ,Q. ; "Vi x$4 ...IER WEEKt: aftllsTnll.n120C11sst...... ..ti...
Have buyer waiting to purchase these properties (subject to location and .
It's bound
84 Ford' to provide
price). PHASE CALL If you own these type of properties and would allow u* Mustang $3695 I hUng of -pBsojusslbsJ, ;
to show them THANK YOU. Also need. house In city limit of Starke,not ever Y6. AT PS 1200 viruhcraon-best boded b \
S2S.OOO. with owner owner financing 85 Arlcs' i'i1;C!WI' Undtet e.rnnty an bath tt eo r sa o a lush pIua,2 1II,.,.iss1ar

.. .. .. Dodge' $3895 I GErtV.of perNghemdcorylie! ttducalasy _
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'-40 ACRES WOODED NEAR tlLISVIUEl Over 40 crre ot wood and very 84 Olds Delta 88
secluded In Columbia County. Surrounded. by tlmbor company and by old. $3995
and V8. 2 Dr, AT, PS; PO, AC, 3394 COWARTAir
farm. Owner will accept 20 percent down buyer can assume mortgagewith
soml-annual.poym.nt.. If you want privacy THIS IS IT..... 83 Ford T-Blrd

JANE S.USHER.REALTOR 'Y6, AT; PS, PD. AC ..341384'BulckLeSabre $4295 Conditioning Contractors-
4't-212e leOO72073e 7SS-3500: CAC02782S ...
Your Union County Realtor..If I Don'l Have II, I'll Find III $4295 Serving Bradford County and 964-80* II!
V8. 2 Dr,'AT, PS PD. AC; '3397 surrounding counties for over 111 year, UF

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I Drug Store pharmacist,Bobby Autry.center accept the Santa Fe DomeCare Community Service -

Award for the month of June from Julia Lowell KV right and Joyce Parker RN branch coordinator of the

, Bradford Oom Care office.Autry who has been pharmacist at the Starke drugstore 16 years vat given SUPER SUMMER SALEin
the award for his contributions above and beyond in helping those in need.According to Parker Autry has ben

providing exceptional assistance to those providing and receiving health care in this and surrounding

Union Classified deadline Is MONDAY S Progressat
I County Area Ads P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge Is 19 word for$3.50.
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. I
Joan's as

man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 2V4 to the Union County Time office ]
Inch wafer w.lIe. Pump. talei, service In writing and paid In advance <
Installation.. Mptlc tank., lift unless credit I. already establishedwith ITte finest in Ladies fashions
,lotion* New Installation dralnfleld this office.
,repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT IB HELD When female elephant fight. It Is Starf.c Pfaza 964-7651
Jones-275-2004-.c Jon* 273-271. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN said they usually try to bite off each
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I Beekeeping. Important to Agriculture, Bees Pollinate Crops.. I Iby

Marcia Goodge and are therefor responsible for the .'
BCT Staff Wrlt.r richness and variety of our diets. hL "

FOR RENT, highly dependable,
low-cost, crop pollination equip Honey Of A Deal...
ment... Richard and Yvonne Risingof Putting bees on farm crops brings To Bee Or Not To Bee
Heilbronn Springs might easily some honey into the hive, but not as
ad like this one. They raise much as would be brought in by (Left) The tiny wax cellsin
hundreds of thousands of this type of plants with more numerous blooms each side of this frameare

equipmentbees.. 'You can tell what kind of flowersthe filled with honey and
Most people know that bees produce bees have made their honey
honey, but many don't know of from by the taste and the smell of capped off by the bees.
the other productive services that the honey," said Yvonne. "Honey __ d! ukr a? ....,w M 7ri The Risings use a hot knifeto
bees perform. If you want to know made from clover tastes different V ,. ,t'',+ d Y cut off the top of the
something about bees, ask either of than honey made from other ztt
the Risings. flowers." cells and a slow-moving

centrifuge to 'spin1 the

honey out of each frame.

Big Help to Crops... (Below) Yvonne Rising

Bees are responsible for pollinating 90 different wears protective clothing

agricultural crops and are said by researchersto 1w when dealing with the
represent some $19 billion In additional bees. She has been stung

profits to farmers annually numerous times, but
seldom with any serious ill

affects, she said.

Since they first started workingwith Yvonne said the main types of The husband and wife
bees five years ago, the husband blossoms that most honey in this team have been workingwith
and wife team have accumulated area is made from are orange, bees for five
a veritable wealth of in palmetto, gallberry and clover. Ris- years
formation. Facts gleaned from entomologists ing said that when honey is labeled and plan to expand their

working with the specifically clover honey, it means ._ operation from 22 hives to
University of Florida Institute of the bees were put on a clover field. 100.
Food and Agricultural Services Although some of the bees would
(IFAS), along with vast amounts of have gone to other nearby sources,
research compiled by publicationslike most of the honey will probably have IH _
the American Bee Journal come from the clover.

(published in Illinois) and others, Honey is delicious and easy to _._ _-____._ .___-.____ ._- -
-- u
add up to an impressive amount ofscientific digest, said Rising. It is made up -.--
knowledge to complimentthe predominantly of fructose and ...."
Risings' personal experience.The glucose, which are simple sugars, "A bee doesn't want to sting you," from the hive and the tops cut off the
couple has devoted an amaz- said an IFAS beekeeping report,and said Rising, "because once it stings tiny storage cells in the comb. The
ing amount of time and energy to are often sweeter than table sugar or you, it dies." Bees sting when comb is them put in a centrifuge-like
what started out as a hobby, but is sucrose. It also has trace ingredients threatened, in order to protect the machine and the honey is then spun
quickly becoming a business invest- which are important to the diet including hive and both the Rising have been out slowly and strained. The comb
ment, one that just might pay off. vitamins, minerals, amino stung from time to time in spite of can then be returned to the bees for
Although they know that it may take and organic acids. the protective beekeepers clothing. refilling.In .
several years and a lot of work Folk remedies have used honey to Both say they have built up an immunity
before that pay off is realized. The cure numerous ills, and some of to the affects pf the bee past years, the comb had to be
Risings presently gather money these properties have been substan stings, but once in a while a sting destroyed in order to attain the
from two sources with their bees. tiated. According to an IFAS report, will still make them sick. honey- was crushed and strained.
One is obvious- honey. The other honey "actively absorbs water from It is no longer necessary to destroy 4 ,
source of income comes from rental bacteria and fungi, retarding their "There are more than 5,000 the comb to get to the honey,so bees
fees paid by farmers for having growth and reproduction." Honey species of bees in North America have less work in replenishing the
alone," said Rising, "one kind can supply.
.... "'T- .......,..,..,,, -WSB50WBK*' ..., sting you and cause no big problem,
later another kind can sting you and 1
put you in the hospital." Care Required...
L Hives have to be cared for, noted
> "If you work with bees, you're go- Rising. "Bees are not self-
ing to get stung sometime," he said. perpetuating machines, you have to
Bees protect their hive because take care of them," he said.A vi
they are protecting their winter food
supply. The beekeeper doesn't take problem of late has been the ver-
I all the honey from the bees, just roa mite, a parasite which lives on ir,
whatever they produce over and bees. It weakens, and eventually, i y6 4r
above their own needs. kills them. If a beekeeper takes care
of his hives, he can destroy infected
c hives before it spreads throughouthis
f Chance Worth Taking... bees. He can also treat the bees
Bees are hard workers and bet with a chemical which has recently
ween 60-100 pounds of honey can be been approved for general use.
secured from a healthy hive... most Although there is a considerable
"d of that coming during the summer amount of work and knowledge
said Rising. quired; the Risings say they love T9ipi9am
The frames on which the bees working with the bees and plan to expand -
build their honeycombs are removed their operation.


. Product of Busy Bees 1111

hives placed on their cropland. has been used on wounds because it
Crop pollination is one of the most helps prevent infection and is an excellent -
important of the secondary services remedy for burns since it
which bees provide, said Rising. seals out the air, reducing pain and
preventing infection.
Farmers Need Bees... The Risings said that there is also
some support to the idea that con
"I had one farmer call me, wan
him for suming honey made from the local
ting me to rent some hives
his watermelon fields. He said if he area will help reduce symptoms of
didn't have bees for pollination, he allergies. "If you eat honey that was CHARMIN 6 PK.
made from the
same things you are CEILING FAN
might as well plough them under,
to builds its Assorted Colors
allergic your body up >
immunity to those things," said :: Park Avenue II 380 4.5* x 4.4' sheets per roll
Rising said that he had known the
Yvonne. '....... 209 Square feet per 4 roll pkg. ,
value of putting bees on Rag. $39.93 1 Ply, White, yellow, pink& blue
watermelons and since
peppers With .. Reg. $2.12SALE
Cooking Honey.
their pollinating of the plants directly SALE
affected the yield of the crop, Honey can be substituted in f ,
causing between two and five times recipes for sugar, said the Risings,
more watermelons to grow in a field. and according to IFAS, using honeyin Model #DC52A
"But I was surprised when a baked goods recipe will cause Reversible Motor $34.96CARAMEL $1.50
the product to stay fresher longer.
farmers wanted bees on strawberries. SMC. 52" 4 blade
I called some experts to find out Honey is a liquid and IFAS recommends -
if the gain to the farmer would be reducing the liquid in recipes
worth the rental fees, I didn't want bv one quarter cup for every one cup
them to cheat themselves if they of honey used. PRINGLES
didn't really need the bees," he said. IFAS says that 2/3 cup of honey
IFAS told Rising that the bees will replace one cup of sugar in a CORN TUB Caramelflom Assorted Flavors
would be of great value since they recipe, 1/4 cup less liquid for each 9.5 oz. $1.28 R.HSALE
would cause cross-pollination of the full cup of honey used. When 9id
Reg. '
.. : ,
': .. 1'
baked ; .
plants. When a bee takes pollen from substituting honey in goods --\,.r-n-'" SALE
one plant and drops it on another, 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda should :
the plant will have blooms and fruit be added for every cup of honey used \ :;4 "" I ':-1(
with traits from both and the temperature should be "
plants. .
,_ :... -- ; .'
;: :- 970 II
Rising explained that cross- reduced by 25 degrees to prevent 00 <'rT. ,-'.: ;..
pollination provided by the bees produces over-browning. Yvonne noted that 2 for. _
bigger, sweeter strawberriesthat since a tablespoon of sugar has 110
are not as fragile to ship. Cross- calories and honey has only 60,
pollination makes peppers more honey is better for you.
durable and easier to ship, also. When the Risings get their opera-
If a farmer does not put beehiveson tion going full scale, they plan to STACK ICE
his fields, "then he's at the mercyof market their honey with recipes at- Reg. $8.83Sale .
the insects available," said Ris- tatched to the jars.
ing, "Wild bees help, some, but you Honey keeps a long time, it doesn'tgo
can't be sure of it. bad, said the Risings. It should be APprox.101ag
Rising charges rental fees to kept at room temperature, not in the CHAIRS
farmers on his hives, based on how refrigerator. If honey crystallizes,
long they need them. Often a farmer either from being stored in the coldor $6.88 a bag
will rent hives on an annual basis from age, it can be heated slowly 600 Limited
and the Risings will go out to his until the crystals dissolve and still Assorted Colors
farm periodically and move the used.
hives from one field to another as thefarmer's "Honey doesn't have to be heatedor
crops come in. vacuum sealed in order to be
Dr. Marshall D. Levin, former purified, it's already pure, bacteria
director of the Carl Hayden Bee and fungi can't grow in it," said Ris- WAI.-MART
Research Center says that the honey ing. Honey that has been heated
bee's value to agriculture can be often turns dark and unless it's
figured at $19 billion annually.Levin heated carefully, can scorch and ALWAYS THE LOW PRICEStarke
recently published a report on his have a slightly burnt taste." 1371 S. Walnut Street Deerfoot Village
findings with factual research to Honey's lasting properties can be
back up the dollar amounts. illustrated by the fact that Egyptians FL 32091 ON THE BRANDS YOU TRUST.ALWAYS.5" :
used to it of
Florida is usually listed as one of use as a means embalming
the top two honey producing statesIn a body, he said, "They '
the nation, according to IFAS with would smear it all over a body and '
30-40 million pounds per year. The the air, bacteria and other things, Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-9, Sunday 12-6
value of the honey is easily seen, but couldn't get "to the body to cause I
the value of the pollination to cropsis deterioration.
hard to down without exhaustive .
pin Who's Afraid of the Big Bad WAMMABTS AOVtnitlNO MIRCIIANOIU POLICY- N,It out Intention to hove every advertised Hem In itock However.
research such as that con- M due to any unforeseen mown an advertised item "is not available/ purchase Wal-Mart will Issue a Rain Check
ducted by Dr. Levin, It U estimatedby Bees? [_1 [Z. ] on request for me merchandise to be purchased al the sale price whenever available or will sell you a similar
IFAS that bees are responsiblefor When asked if they are afraid of Item at a comparable reduction In price We reserve the right to limit quant.lles' limitation void In New Menlco
pollinating 90 agricultural crops, the bees, the Risings said "no."

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WatersMr. employment. Born in Jacksonville, years and had served in the U.S. brothers, Shep Thomas of Lake Funeral
services held
were at
Earl Mr. Hamlett moved to Keystone from 1960 to 1964. Butler Thomas Card of ThanksWith
Waters,75,a former resI- Navy and Leon "Gus" of a.m. Saturday June 30, at the
dent of Union County, died early He Heights In 1989 from Jacksonville. Survivors include his wife. Gail Tampa; one sister, Mrs Juanita (hiipel of Archie Tanner Funeral grateful hearts, we wish to
Tuesday morning, July 10, in faith was a member of the Baptist Ashley of Melrose; his mother. RubyS. "Tiny" Johnson of Jacksonville; 26 Home with Rev. Ben Bryant of- acknowledge the cards, flowers
Jacksonville of an extended illness. electrician, was employed as a marine Ashley of Melrose; one daughter, grandchildren, 31 great grand- ficial ing. Burial was in New Hope prayers, visits, and all other acts of
Born and raised in Union County, Repair Green for Moody Bros. Ship Kathleen Ashley of Melrose; two children and five great great grand- Cemetery at 2 p.m., Hickox:, Ga. sympathy expressed during the loss
Mr. Waters had lived in Jacksonvillefor served,in the Cove Springs and had stepdaughters, Tracy Hellman of children. with Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof of our loved one Benjamin Jr. Starling -
most of the past 30 years. He wasa U.S. Coast Guard. Keystone Heights and Shanna Funeral services were held Fridayat Starke in charge of ar- .
barber for most of his life, owning Meriam Survivors F. Include his mother Rivera of Connecticut; two sons, 11 a.m., June 29, at the Chapel! of rangements. May God bless each of you for
his own shop for many years. of Patterson. La.; Richard Ashley and Robin Ashley, Archie Tanner Funeral Home of your interest and love. We would
Survivors include one daughter one daughter Kelli Dotson of both of Melrose; three stepsons Starke. Burial was in Lawtey Mildred V. Snead also like to thank Rev. LeRoy Olive
Debbie who resides in Georgia and Keystone Heights; two sons, Donnie Blaine Rivera of Conn. and Eric andKyle Cemetery with Pastor Art Swinson for conducting the services. We
and Hamlett,Jr.of Morgan City.La.and Rivera, both of Melrose; one Funeral Mrs. Mildred V.Snead, 65, of Tam
two sons, Bobby Danny Waters, officiating. Archie Tanner would like to thank Steve Futch and
both of Jacksonville; five brothers, Eddie Hamlett of Keystone Heights; sister Rachel Ashley of Melrose; Home of Starke was in charge of arranj.emen's. pa, died Saturday July 7, in Tampa Jones Funeral Home for all their
Clifton, Carl, Russell, Harold, and six brothers, Jimmy Hamlett of one brother, Julian Ashley of General Hospital following a long il assistance in our time of need.
Bill Waters, all of Lake Wales and Grey,La.,Lee Hamlett of Nashville, Melrose; his grandmother, Mrs. lness. Born in Lincolntown, Ga., she The family of
one sister, Geneva Waters, also of TN, David Hamlett of Green Cove Julian V. Slade of Melrose, his stepmother John Steele Jr. moved to Tampa in 1958 from Benlamln.lr. Starling
Lake Wales. Springs, Edward Hamlett of Penney Lela Ashley of Johnson, Jacksonville. She was a member of
Funeral services for Mr. Waters Farms, Art Hamlett and Bill Fla. and five grandchildren. JohnSlccle. Jr.,77 of l.awtcy' the Baptist faith and was an office Thank You
will be held Hamlett, both of Middleburg; two died Wednesday morning, June 27, manager for a wholesale office supply
Saturday, July 14, at 2 Funeral srvices for Mr. Ashley
sisters, Evelyn Bennefield and at Alachua General Hospital in company. The family of Virdie (granny)
p.m. at graveside at Elzey Chapel Diana Blanco,both of Nashville,TN. will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday,July Gainesville following m extended' il- Survivors include her husband, Whitehead would like to thank

Cemetery near Worthington Spr Funeral services for Mr. Hamlett 12, at graveside, Eliam Cemetery, lness. Born and raised in Killman, John II. Snead of Tampa; one everyone for their prayers, food,
ings. were held at 10 a.m. In DeWitt C. Melrose, with Father John Holmes Ga., Mr.Steele had resided there un daughter, Joan M. Bullard of flowers, phone calls and visits during
Jones Chapel, Keystone Heights, on officiating. Jones Funeral Home of til his retirement from North Folk Valrico, Fla.; one son, Hank Snead the loss of our loved one. A
Tuesday, July 3, with Dr. Ferrell B. Keystone Heights was in charge of Western Railroad in 197-1, moving to of Plant City, Fla.; one brother, special thanks goes to Doyle Archer,
Maggie L. Hales Mills and Dr. Ed Nichols officiating. arrangements. tawtey In 1979 He was a member of George W. Moss, Sr. of Atlanta; one Art Peterson, Bill Delany, Janice
Burial was In Keystone Heights the Baptist faith. sister, Ruth Riley of Lakeland and Peterson and Hilda Mallard.
Mrs. Maggie Lee Cassidy Hales, Cemetery under the direction of Frank W. RichardMr. Survivors include (two sons Duane five grandchildren.

74, of Gainesville died Monday morning Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Frank Wilson Richard 76, of Lee Steele of Orrvillo, Ohiu and Funeral services for Mrs. Snead Thank You
at her home following a long il Heights. Lake Butler,died Friday morning at Allan Keith Steele of Livingston. were held at 2:30 p.m. In DeWitt C.
lness. Born in Kingston, Alabama, his residence following an extended TN; one daughter Marla Kay Jones Chapel, Keystone Heights, on The Griffis family would like to
Mrs. Hales moved to Alachua Coun- G. illness. Born in Union County where Walker of tawtey one brother Ivan Wednesday, July 11, with Dr. E. thank everyone for the lovely
ty in 1935. She had also lived in Union Wynelle ChristmasMrs. he had lived his entire life, Mr. Steele of Massillon; two sisters' Winson Butler officiating. Burial flowers, food, and especially their
County. She was the widow of the Wynelle Gunter Christmas, Richard owned and operated Marjorie Winsell of Canton. Ohio was in Keystone Heights Cemetery prayers, during the loss of our loved
late A.D. Hales and a member of the 67, of Starke died Thursday June Frank's Barber Shop in Lake Butler and Evelyn Gosiuss of Prosperity under the direction of Jones Funeral one. Frances Griffis. May God bless
New Oak Grove Baptist Church in 28, at her home in Starke following a many years before his retirement. South Carolina. Home of Keystone Heights. you.U.S. .

Alachua County.Survivors long illness. Born in Fitzgerald, Ga., He was a U.S. Navy veteran of
include three Mrs. Christmas moved to Starke in World War II; was a member of the
daughters Florence E. Mines; 1946 from Jacksonville. She was a Masonic Lodge No. 52 F.&A.M. of
Sarah Lee Hales and Dorothy Jean member of Madison Street Baptist Lake Butler, and VFW Post 10082 of
Padgett, all of Gainesville; three Church; was manager of Melrose Lake' Butler.
sons, Jimmie Hales of Ft. White Annex for Keystone State Bank and Sin .> :uit. include hiv wife, Mrs.
Bobby Hales of Gainesville and had been in the banking business for Ella )Mae Richard of Luke Butler;

Jessie M. Hales of Waldo; two over 20 years.Survivors one daughter, Gail Harden of Lulu;
brothers, Roy L. Cassidy of Pen- include her husband, one sister, Ruth Welch of Lake
sacola and Billy Cassidy of Irving, James Adrian Christmas of Starke; Butler; two grandsons and one great
Texas; three sisters, Myrtle M. one daughter, Kay Pharr of granddaughter.
Nelson of Pensacola, Lottie Jewell Charlotte, N.C.; one son, James Ed- Funeral services were held Sun j1 00

Swilley of Gainesville and Mary ward Christmas of Starke; one day, July 8, at 2 p.m. in the First I
Frances of Texas; and eleven grand sister, Betty Gunter Stallard of Christian Church of Lake Butler I
children. Jacksonville; two grandchildren, with Rev. Art Peterson and Rev.
Funeral services will be held James Michael Christmas of Atlanta Lowell O'Steen officiating. Burial
:301 S.
Thursday, July 12, at 11 a.m. in the Ga. and Melissa Kay Dockstaderof was in Dekle Cemetery under the Starke 964-7701 250 SW 9th St. Lake Butler 496-2564

Providence Village Baptist Church Birmingham, Ala. direction of Archer Funeral Home of
with the Rev. Jim White officiating. Funeral services for Mrs. Lake Butler. In lieu of flowers, contributions '
Burial will be in New Oak Grove Christmas were held at 10 a.m. In may be made to the North 9.0JDAY[
Baptist Church in Alachua County Madison Street Baptist Church on Central Florida Hospice, P.O. Box:
under the direction of Archer Saturday, June 30, with Rev. Henry 15235, Gainesville, FL 32604.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. McKinney officiating. Burial was in
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the 1rLflujllIliftTcNAw 1 A :
Geneva A. WilkisonMrs.
direction of Jones Funeral Home of

I Starke. Geneva Altha Wilkison, 82,of
Laura L. Messmore Lawtey, died Tuesday, June 26, at
Leona Thomas Memorial Medical Center Jackson-
Miss Laura Lynn Messmore 21 of
"Ma Boots" Brown ville, following an extended illness.
Brooker died Monday. Born in
Born in Lulu, she moved to Lawtey
Washington, D.C., Ms. Messmorehad Mrs. Leona Thomas "Ma Boots"Brown
80 where she had
lived most of her life in TempleHill 77, of Starke, died Sunday, since some resided.years She ago was married to Ceo/O S

Maryland, and Alexandria, Va. July 8, at her home in Sampson City the late Bennett"Blue" Wilkinson of
She had been employed as secretary following a brief illness. Born in member of Grace
Lawtey; was a
for the Department of Commerce.She Brooker, Ma Boots was a lifetime United Methodist Church of Lawtey.
was a member of the Lutheran resident of Bradford County. She
Survivors include two daughters,
Church. was a member of Sampson City Mrs. Annette Wiggins and Mrs. '
Survivors include her parents, Church of God, was a retired cook, Eunice Edwards, both of Starke; GREAT 5000 to
AHan trmt"Annette Messmore- registered nurse and a homemaker. mmm
five sons, Bennett"Benny" Wilkison ; "
Brooker; one sister, Anna Marie Survivors include three and Conald Wilkison both of

Messmore of Alexander, Va.; one daughters, Geraldine Brady, New Lawtey, Paul Wilkison and Charlie BUY! t in
brother, Leslie Lee Messmore of Hampshire, Glinda Powers of Atlanta Wilkison, both of Starke and Fred- O 0 stock
Alexander, Va.; her maternal Ga. and Cindy Griffis of Starke; die Wilkison of North Carolina; two L for immediate
grandmother, Mrs. Johnnie R. two sons, Buddy Brown of Keystone _
Green of Brooker; her paternal Heights and Adro Brown of New -
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Orleans, La.; one sister, Laura IOSew delivery
Messmore of Miami. Messer of Jacksonville; 14 grand- We R Sls Its nwar aa aaa.arraaw sa++. EMERSON
Funeral srvices for Ms. Messmorewill children and eight great grand- -awtN
be held Thursday afternoon at 2 children.
p.m. in the Brooker Baptist Church Fu.ieral services for Ma Boots I; Auto| WINDOW At95
with Rev. Charlie Green officiating. were held at 11 a.m. in Sampson City $
Burial will follow in New River Church of God on Wednesday, July V
Cemetery under the direction of Archer 11, with Rev. Walter F. Montz and Know UNITS
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial

will be in Hope Cemetery, Theressa, I by Michael Orunettl. 5000 BTU
under the direction of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke. Santa Fe Auto Parts
John A. WilliamsMr.

John A. Williams, 94, of Lucile M. Crews | A PLUG FOR YOUR CARA j
Lucile Mitchell Crews 80 of
Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Mrs. ,
July 5, in Bradford Hospital,Starke, Starke,died Sunday,July 8, in Brad- spark plug'j primary role ii to ignite Chest Size
short illness. Born in ford Hospital following an extended From -
following a I combustion chamber -
gases that fuel the
Jacksonville Mr. Williams moved to illness. Born In Starke, Mrs. Crews I II car.
must to wiihui a heat that ii hocenough
was a lifetime resident of the area. range
Keystone Heights in 1957 from I to prevent carbon fouling, cold BlowOut
She was a member of the First yet
member of
Jacksonville. He was a J enough to prevent auto-igmlion. A
the Methodist faith, was a retired Presbyterian homemaker Church member of Starke of, wasa the I plug heat range ii described by the spark rate at 22500Other

railway postal service employee Woman's, Club member of I which heat dissipates from its central OnFREEZERS
(retired 1957 from 35 yrs. service) Starke United of, the Con- I electrode. When*car is new it is outlined
and was a Navy veteran of World Daughters member Bradford I with spark plugs with heat ranges that
War II.Survivors. federacy, I power-train engineers
anticipate will
include his wife, MaudL. Hospital Auxiliary and member I provide good all-around perfonmnce. Styles &
of Eastern Star Starke
Williams of Keystone Heights; Order I However,drivers may later want to tailor I Sizes Available
four daughters, Jean Edwards of Chapter. I their automobiles'needs to personal driving
Survivors include one daughter.
Merritt Island Joyce Williams of hlb-IIJVA switch' to cooler plugs| may be '
her son-in-law Bob-
Keystone Heights, Pat Sasser of Carolyn Autry; I advisable for those who do high-speed
Jacksonville and Zereda Hart of by Autry; two grandchildren, J driving or live in hotter climates. Hotter
and Jim all of Starke.In .
Cassie Autry
Grant, Fla.; eight grandchildrenand I plugs may be boIler for(hose who do i
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay
seven great grandchildren. be made to The First I considerable stop-and-go driving,have cars
Funeral services for Mr. Williams J with older engines,or live in colder
were held at 11 a.m. Monday.July 9, Presbyterian Church Building Fund, I climates.J srtttass
Memorial 921 E. Call Street, Stark. FL 32091.
at graveside in Funeral services for Mrs. Crews REFRIGERATORS
Park Jacksonville. Jones Funeral In cars aged five older
years or ,a weak
were held Tuesday,July 10,at 2 p.m.
in I ignition
Home of Keystone Heights was Lake coil can cause excess plug fouling.
at graveside, Crosby
In lieu of
charge flowers of donations arrangements.be made to Cemetery, with Rev. Jerry Patton Your driving habits can affect not only the BUY NOW! If the sealed

North Central, Florida may Hospice, P.O. officiating. Jones Funeral Home of bad you choose,but also the kind of lies, refrigerator system fails
Box 15235, Gainesville, FL 32604. Starke was in charge of ar- ,fuel and engine oil you use. This ij WE. WILLGUARANTEE, before Jan. t, 2000 -
rangements. AUrf wee kly column is sponsored by SANTA FE } IT Maytag, on the
PARTS 660 N.Walnut Street(State owners Wulpb
Stephen U. AshleyMr. R4 16))in Slarke. We have 91,000 parts in TO THE, YEAR; buy back request therefrigerator ,

Annie Mae Sweat Stephen U. Ashley 48, of stock,and run a complete machine shop for the
service. Major credit cards honored. See .m.Vm ... H jm mm
died July 8 in
Sunday ,
Sweat, 63, of Melrose, R"r
Mrs. Annie Mae his home when truck your local service station or mechanic for i mm mfci'W original purchase
Melrose near a
Starke died Monday,July 2 in North auto repair-be is price.
struck his motorcycle. Born in a good customer of ours, .-- D tAYTAG WW
Florida Regional Jacksonville, Mr. Ashley had lived too.Open M.P 8.6.00,SaL 8.5. Phone

Gainesville, following Alabama an extended, Mrs. in Melrose for most of his lifetime.He 964-3644. U we haven't! got it,well find it Offer ends August 31, 1990 (ask for details)
illness. Born in Paul, for you-jaat iskl
Honda technician
resident of was a
Sweat lifelong
was a
Honda in Gainesville for 28
Bradford County. She was a Streit's a
member of Church of Jesus Christ of S L1r1wiJdl
Latter Day Saints and was a I

homemaker.Survivors Include four daughters, The '

Kay Starling, Martha Godwin and
Yvonne Rising, all of Starke, and m

Carol Kinchen of Worthington Spr- .
Ings; three sons Jimmy Sweat of ARKLA

Gainesville, Wiley and David Sweat DUCANE -, ._ .
both of Starke; three brothers, JohnP. ChiropracticCenter CHARM GLOW =

Cobb of Starke, Levy Cobb of BROIL MASTER
McKenzie, Ala. and Elbie> Cobb

Paul, Ala.; 15 grandchildren and I ItD
three great grandchildren. SPECIAL a
Funeral services for Mrs.. Sweat Dr.: VA Benry
were held at 11 a.m. in DeWitt C. COMPANIES ACCEPTED Full Size

Jones Chapel, Starke on Thursday .AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES
July 5 with Rev. Ivan K. Clements HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN

Cemetery under the direction PAIN CONTROL
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.


Mr. Donnie Hamlett Sr., 41, of 964-8018

Keystone Heights, died Thursday.
June 28 in Green Cove Springsfollowing 864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
an accident at his place of

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therapist start out by working or educational programs. therapist can be outgoing or quiet demanding treatments, Rohan said, & Service
volunteering in the area to see if and introverted and still be as effec- it's a misconception that you have to
they enjoy it. Once they find out if Other than the ability to deal with tive a therapist. be a certain size. 11.3.301- Temple Ave. Starke yj
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