Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01874
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01874
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Auditions Op.n... I\ Facing

"Stage Door Productions" has
scheduled auditions for "The Rain-
maker", a ramantlc comedy In Serious
three acts. Auditions will be held In _..:. nm-t yp iinT"* *'
room 305 Andrews Center, SFCC,
Thursday, July 19 at 6 p.m. The
show will open in mid-September.
From the people who did "Its a 1 WteL sL JtoS* ". Shortage
Scream" and some of the same'

and folks Old who Lace helped. Director bring "Arsenic is Jim If you think the county had budget

Bray, phone 9643519.: Needed: six I /4 problems last year,just wait.
men and one woman. LL Bradford commissioners were
recipients of two bombshells last

Gospel Sing... ., Wednesday night, July 11.
1- The proposed $35 special assess
At Raiford Community Center, -. : ,/ ment will not be included in new
Saturday, July 21,7:30 p.m. Mr budget figures, Clerk Ray Norman
Everyone is invited to attend. l served notice. That means the 90-91
Featuring the Thornton Family budget will show some $240,000 less
from Starke and other local talent. income.

Help our community protect the en- CPA Pat Farnsworth said
vironment. preliminary estimates, admittedly a
guesstimate, show 90-91 income to
Test Your Pressure.... w be $2 to $3 million less than expen

The Medical Explorers of Post ditures. "Your work is cut out for

460 scheduling, Boy Scouts a blood of America pressure, are check, i you," said he is CPA not "crying Farnsworth wolf., who" ( insisted -

Farnsworth quickly added
at Deerfoot Village (Wal-Mart) up ex
penditures and income losses
exceeding -
,Saturday, July 21, I a.m. to [
3 p.m. :, $2 million. He listed:
S .$900,000 of income budgeted for

Car Wash... 89-90 from the $100 special assess
ment, now defunct, was never col-
The !Bradford Middle School Jazz a. lected and will have to be made up
Dancers have scheduled a car wash from other sources.A .
Saturday, July 21,from 10 a.m to Fi" $500,000 Increase in the solid
3:30 at $\ per car at theCommunity waste budget to pay engineering
State Bank parking lot: fees for a landfill plan prior to clos-
to help buy uniforms.The ing and for a contamination assess-
Jazz Danders! are a team of ment plan and test wells required to
twelve 7th and 8th grade girls. MIEiiE} correct a minor contamination pro-
blem which has been found in one
RecycleSaurous Drive.... L' test well at the landfill. At present it
The is not known how expensive It will be
RecycleSaurous recycling _

a.m.drive to is noon set for(every Saturday July Satur-y 21, 9. : Frank to correct Darabi the terms problem.the contamination Engineer

day) at the Starke Plaza on SR-100 find very minor, so small it
west. Sponsored by the New River would not have been considered a

'.....,,. -. Solid Wallt4AssoclatiODt on benefit Club to or. ;: ip) problem The sheriffs a few years budget ago. shows a

$1 Increase. -
keep the yourself. Recycleglass I 'Bo'b : The .
aluminum, newspapers and r,1 Gov. Makes Rounds iii Starke.:.. 89-90 Budget Included $1

plastic soda bottle: and milk jugs. Coy. lob Marlines spent moil of Friday afternoon and night' In million In carryover funds from the
Stark during a N-FL campaign tou,. 88-89 budget year. There is not'expected

Stark. Qualifying... Abe.. Goy Marlines, at right, vltlted, Th. Telegraph offlco where this year.to be very much carryover

Qualifying for the three council ho I. Interviewed by MuDemocrat I.Matthews. From lofts State Clerk Norman told the board July
seats whose terms expire this year Attorney ten ....1".'. Orion Well. t.LMatthews, SCT reporter Joe 11 he still expects to have to borrow
will be held Monday noon, July 23 t Gin,. SCT reporter Marcia Coodgo and Cov. Martinet. $350,000 before the current 89-90

through Friday noon, July 27. Photo at left FDU officer shelter Cov. Marlines from tha rain' at fiscal year ends Sept. 30.
District seats number 1,2 and 3 are the governor and hit entourage maket Itt way from the Andrew Computer problems have kept the
to be filled. Only residents of those -.f Center of SFCC to tho Telegraph. commission from getting copies of
districts for the proposed 90-91 budget. Clerk
may qualify a place on
the ballot or vote In the October Above right Brenda Starling who workt In tho tax collector'. of Norman said Tuesday he hoped to
election. fice, meett Cav. Martins as the governor mak. hi. way through have the budget figures ready for a

the county courthouse.For Wednesday, night, July 18, session.

Chamber After Hours... more pictures and Information' on tho visit of Cov.Marlines Spending
... Page B-l. requests are up $951,445
The Chamber of Commerce( has in the proposed 90-91 budget. The
scheduled an "After Hours* socialat 89-90 budget totaled $7,768,810.At .
Gold Kist on US-301 north, for
Tuesday, July 24th. from 5 to 6:30: the July 11 session commis-
p.m. Bring a friend. Starke sioners decried their lack of
Budget Onlv 187.673 OutAn knowledge about county expenses."I .
Legion Meeting... want to know what it costs to
s'- eJ' operate this county for 12 months"
The American Legion, Post 56, $8,235,417 proposed 1990-91 said Commissioner Joe Riddick.
regulators and for
will hold a special luncheon budget, with expenditures exceeding $25,000 spare 13.2 "What do have in the "
KV transformers we bank ask-
meeting Tuesday,July 24, 12 noon, expected income by only $187,673 General Fund: 89-90 Proposed: % Change plant upgrading, and; $6,761$600 for for power ed Riddick. Plus Reddick said he
a computer -
to prepare a budget for fiscal year was presented to Starke commis- Administration $4lS2.944 $l56
,807 +215% and monitor to use to train wants to know the salary of each
1990-91. This meeting will replacethe sioners Tuesday night, July 17, by Police Dept. 479,757' 537, 452 +12% employee.Chairman.
and $1,450 for
employees a
regular Tuesday evening Clerk Linda Wise. FIre nyr- Maxie Carter
Dept. asked
202,824 229,010 +13% draulic for the Gas
meeting. Mayor Vernon Silcox set the first Recreation squeezer Clerk Norman to write each depart-
budget workshop for 7 p.m. Monday, lso.480 1151,907 +16.4% This would be paid for with a ment head requesting that Information
Thr. BHS Classes... July 23, in city hall. The public is in- Sanitation 296,845 288,3503% $200,000 transfer from the Utility Holding up his hands defensively -
Revenue Fund.
Three BHS Classes, 1959-6041, vited.In System total Expenditures Clerk Norman pointed out he re-
$133,811, leaving an ex-
have scheduled a "30 year" reu- its first action on the 90-91 including electricity-'water, and in the transfer of 66189. quested that information last year
budget the
nion, Friday and Saturday, July budget, the council set its millage naturl gas totals 6495300. Proposed are following requested Commissioner Ed Wall cast the and got the salaries from each office
rate at 3 mills expenditures the clerk said
which will In :
2021.It bring utility expenditures total vote the but in lump sums. Norman told commissioners
only against setting
is essential that all class $10,400 more in property tax than in $5,652,564, leaving working capital of -A new fireman to cost $13,000. millage. Wall said he'd rather wait they'd have to go to each
members return forms as soon aa fiscal 89-90. The three mills will 802736. That profit could be cut into Resurfacing and relight the Pratt until after a budget workshop or two office and get the information, that
possible, in order that planning can generate $242,000 in income.It by a warm winter or a cool summer Street tennis courts, estimated at to decide the sources of funding.The the county officials are not requiredto
be finalized. is the city's General Fund (GF) with utilities would be used less than $15,237. other three commissioners agreed give the clerk Information.
For information, call Charles that is$187,673 out of balance,and 12percent usual, or if costs increased more Paving the parking area behind with the suggestion of Mayor Vernon Commissioners say they want to
Francis, Ph. 964-7735. Tom Smith, more than 89-90 income of than expected. the recreation building, the old armory Silcox to go ahead and set the give employees a three percent pay
Ph. 533-2038 or Bob Shannon, Ph. 1562850. Proposed GF expenditures Electricity sales revenue for 90-91 $8,750. millage so Clerk Wise can certify the increase this year. Last year county
9645358. income total totals$1,777,526. Proposed GF is budgeted at $5,021,000 proposed Re-fencing and relight the Pratt Starke millage to Bradford Property employees received no salary in-
1582853. expenditures at 4457865. Street softball field, estimated to Jimmy Alvarez before crease.
Reception for Teachers... Since commissioners, in a 4-1 vote The General Fund includes the ad- cost $16 504. the Appraiser Aug. 6 deadline. By going to the 10-mill limit on
set the millage they now must cut ministration police fire .Funds to pay for promotions of property taxes the county could
The classes of 1959, 1960 and 1961 recrea- The proposed 90-91 budget had just
will hold a reception to honor all proposed make expenses or Increase income tion, and sanitation and trash three policemen to corporal'and One come off the computer in city hall raise $1,018,894, CPA Farnsworthtold
to up the 187673. Or the board. "We wanted
lieutenant to Chief just
teachers, administrators and budgets. Only sanitation and trash captain. Jimmy about 5 p.m. Tuesday. It was the you
they can transfer the money from asked for funds to to know that. We're not suggesting
Epps start
proposed expenditures are down a
of class by progressive first glance commissioners had of
parents members Satur-
Utility System Revenue Fund that do that said Clerk
at ,so three percent. The rest are up from promotion system. the out of the budget. you Nor-
day July 21, S to 5 the print new
p.m. long as 'they stay within the 12 to 25 percent. man. One mill will be worth$277,099,
fairgrounds.' guidelines of the city's bond. con- The increases are general Clerk Wise Included in the proposed Commissioners declined to up$13,275 over last year. If the coun-
says 90-91 budget for truck
$80,000 a
venants. Clerk Wise. speculate Tuesday night how they'dhandle ty Imposes no increase in property
Sales Seminar... The total proposed utility budgets. Not included In the proposed disposal mounted of digger/derrick a PCB transformer$20,000 and for General the Fund.$187,673 overage In the tax, it would receive a $30,838 Increase -
"The Basics of Successful Sell- in property taxes from new
Ing", a seminar by Jerry Hines, is construction. Leaving millage at its
scheduled for August 14, 7 to 10 City Serious About New Land Use Plan 89-90 level 6.517 mills would mean a
p.m. at the Andrews Center Board Correction... $51 528 increase in property taxesand
Room. Cost is $25.Upcoming. the commission would have to
In its June edition
12, 1990 The
Telegraph reported that, a "Once the plan is submitted and It drainage, electricity, gas, roads, firm of Bessent Hammack and advertise a property tax increase.

... building permit had been issued Is approved, It becomes law," streets, transportation, recreationand Ruckman, "you are looking at a Property taxes in 1989-90 totaled
Don Ruckman told the others. It will also
Engineer Cl-
require that great economic impact on the com $1,721,262 22.2
by Starke Zoning Director Dar- percent of the
Public meetings scheduled in the rell O'Neal to Thermo, En- ty Council at a workshop Monday the plan be funded by 1992, he said. munity." $7,768,810 budget. In other words
coming weeks are: vironmental Systems, Inc. to evening July 18, at City Hall on the "This can be used" as a revenue The NCFRPC has so far produceda almost 78 percent of the county's In-
The Bradford District School build a crematorium in the in- revision of Starke' Comprehensive generating Mayor Vernon generic plan for the 11 county come is from sources other than
Board meets Monday July.23, 7 dustrial park. Land Use Plan. utility system Is a region it represents but has had no taxes.
at the District Office. The workshop was scheduled to money maker. Or It can be used to
p.m. A building permit has not been community input from the public or Commissioners at the July 11
The Bradford County Commission Issued. The only action taken by review what has been done by the limit growth, be said. city or county commissions. They meeting set the first of two required
will hold a budget workshop the Zoning Department was to North Central Florida Regional "It will tell you to raise taxes and have adopted a policy to assist each public hearings on the 80-91 budget
with department heads Monday certify that a crematorium is a Planning Council (NCFRPC),and to where to raise them," Ruckman county with a basic plan which,with for 7:30: p.m. Aug. 30, at which time
July 23, 7:30 p.m.at the commission permitted enterprise In the M chart a court for the council to said. "This 1s all part of the Growth citizen input can be modified to fit the board la supposed to have the
meeting room at the courT classification (light industrial). follow land toward completion of a revised Management Act, passed by the the needs of the city, Ruckman told budget balanced and up for tentative

thowe. It was later learned that the application use plan. Legislature" some years ago the council. adoption.The second public hearing
he Starke City Commission has to DER for a The plan will be due In Ruckman told the board. "You need They have developed a plan that is set for 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17, for final
scheduled a budget workshop Mon crematorium includes a medical Tallahassee by July 1, 1991 to understand the cost and how it "will meet the law, but may not approval of the new budget.
day. July 23, 7:30p.m. at meeting waste and pathological waste In-, Ruckman told the board. "Just one will affect you." meet the needs of the jurisdictional Next
NRSWA !has scheduled year to work on it. We are late get- budget workshop, at which
a cinerator. An appeal has been "If the Infrastructure Is not there, area. You need the absolute max- the board wants to meet
Tuesday,July 24,7:30 p.m. at the made to the Starke Board of Ad- .ting,started he said. we cannot go," Councilman Bobby imum flexibility within the law," he heads Is set for 7:30 with department
A minimum of three public hear- p.m.Monday -
Baker courthouse. told the council.
justment to rescind the zoning Biggs said Indicating the law will
23. Further
Starke Zoning Board meets certification and declare that the ings will be required. The scheme Is require that the plan be followed; it The land use plan can be changedtwo workshops July: aret set budget
Thursday, July 26 at 7 p.m. at City Incinerator is not permissible to develop a basic plan, then hold will say what uses can and cannot be times per year, it was said. But day, July 26, and : p.m.Thurs-
Hall. under the M classification.The hearings for public Input, and made in each area of the city. to allow growth to the city, that is, when the board plans Monday to certify 30,
The Bradford County Zoning appeal will be heard by the modify the plan as necessary. The level of Infrastructure will annex an adjacent area, two plans 80-91 millage to its
Board meets Tuesday,July 31, 7p.m. Board of Adjustment on August 2, "Once the plan Is adopted It will determine growth. The plan can be will have to be modified, the city Jimmy Alvarez Property Appraiser
at City Hall Board Room. 7:30 p.m. at City Hail. establish the level of services" the city used to foster growth,or it can be used -. plan and the county plan.A state's Truth-in ,Millage as regaled law.by the-
-The Editor I will have to supply, Ruckman to limit growth. "Either way," lot of cooperation between the The budget
said, Including water workshops are open to
said Mike Saylor, planner for the (See Plan...PJA) ,the public.pKY .

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worm, Schaefer Seeks Dist. 5 N Wall Up for Re-Election I

Veteran Starke commissioner government service. He served S3 and losing by 30 votes in a second
V oting Charles Schaefer, who gave up his years with th? Florida National F Ed Wall 43, of Starke has an- primary\ run-oU. In 1988 Wall againran
nounced his Intention to for re
_. seat In Sept. 1969 so a black voting Guard. Schaefer is a member of .4 run for the commission this time for
election to the District 5 seat of the
district could be established,has an- American Legion Post 58 of Starke,' the Group 3 seat vacated by former'
nounced his Intention of of City of Starke. commissioner Jimmy Crosby. In 88
to challenge VFW Post 1016. the 40/8 Honor
.. Wall with the
District S Incumbent Ed Wall In the Society of the American Legion an investigator Wall beat Julius Eunice.
The musical group ;/Nostalgia" Sept. 11 Starke election. V-215 of Jacksonville Beach,and the Public Defender's office here, is Wall moved to Starke 18 years ago
his first termon
will perform at the First United Schaefer has served 18 years as a Seabee Veterans of the U.S. Navy.A completing two-year after being honorably dischargedfrom
the This will
Methodist Fellowship Hall Tues- city commissioner,from Oct. 1972 to native of New York City, city commission. the U.S. Navy.During his four
day, July 24, 8:00 p.m. Gospel, con Sept. 1978 and from Oct. 1979 to Sept. Schaefer has been married to the member districts.city election by single year enlistment Wall spent some 22
temporary jazz and jazz from the 1089. He has been chairman of the Margie Kersey Schaefer for 42 Wall first for the commis- months in Vietnam.
council and of Starke half The couple has two children ran city Wall has been an Investigator with
big band era will be on the program mayor a years. : sion in incum-
dozen times and was chairman and Nora V.Schaefer Tabah and CharlesJ. bent 19861...Ioner challenglnlng Travis Woods the public defender's office for 12
Members are Joey Herres, Bill mayor In 1989.Schaefer Schaefer Jr. years Prior to that Wall was
McRae, Carol and Warren Stephenson won the council seat in The Schaefer's have lived at 500 employed by the Bradford County
Holly Shields, Patty Kay Elder 1972,defeating Incumbent W.E. (Bil- S.Westmoreland Street in Starke s: Sheriff's Department.Wall Fe
and Tyler Elder ly) Noegel. In 1978 Schaefer l lost his since 11153.Schaefer's. graduated from Santa
seat to Ted Ogelsby,a vo-tech school goals he says, are to Community College with an
BHS Class of 1980... administrator. The next election In serve the people of Starke with Associate of Arts degree and from in
1979 Schaeffer ran against incumbent honesty, integrity, and he promisesto the University of North Florida
The BHS Class of 1980 reunion is Joe Warren and won another be accessible to the citizens. Jacksonville.He .
set for August 11, 1990. All class seat, and served on the council until "Overall I am Interested in good ChorUs Schofr
members and their guests are retiring in 1989. government for all the city of is a member of the Florida
welcome. Call 964-7475 for Information Schaefer, 62, in retired from IT.S. Starke." W Stark Commliilon Candidate Council on Crime and Delinquencyand
and reservations. of the American Legion.
Wall is married to Starke native
Girls Athletics... JoAnn Walker whom he married
All girls who plan to participate Gas Prices Show Slight IncreaseIn while in the Navy and stationed have two in
in school athletic teams should Jacksonville. The
report to the office of Dr. Pete children: Kim 16 and Chris, 14.
Gianis in Starke for physicals, Starke for Summer Season "I appreciate the voters of Starke
Saturday, August 4, starting at 1:30: supporting me In the last election
p.m. Forms can be picked up at the and I enjoy working hard for the
field house prior to the physical. Gasoline prices in Starke have A price rise for the summer mon- citizens of Starke" Wall says.
risen at least six cents per gallon for ths is normal for Florida plus this Ilotloni leg. l'Iu. prm. "I have always been very Im-
BHS Alumni... self-serve unleaded regular since July 1, an additional one percent Honda-Way =1.019 11.05t I1.1St pressed with the friendly and caring
BHS alumni the spring low price of .959 per sales tax was added throughout the LJI Champ 1.010 1.05t 1.IStHu..t people of Starke.I share their hopes.dreamslnand ,
centennial celebration are planning of Bradford a gallon. Lowest price for self serve state,bringing the gasoline sales tax I..on 1.00t 1.1" 1.349Mobil concerns. I will do
School unleaded regular at the cut-rate to 6%, In line with general sales 1.029 1.1" I.Ut my power to keep
High which will be 100
years old in 1991.A pumps is now 1.019 per gallon. taxes in Florida.Prices locally have MoI'c' MIt,. 1.01f 1.05t 1.1st Ed Wall Starke a clean and desirable" city to
Prices during the winter declined about two cents for higher DI..ltor.* Commission Candidate live In and raise a family.
'B' Book will be Ih.1I
new published. 1.03t 1.1"t 1.a.t
skyrocketed after the snow and big octane grades at some locations in
If you have any pictures and annuals Texaco 1.01f 1.139 1.:1":
freeze at Christmastime 1989 and spite of the tax Increase. .
that would like to donateor
you Coastal 1.01f 1.04t 1.139
have never returned to the level
loan to us, please send to Alumni Benefit Fund Raiser Set for Injured RacerA
Amoco 1.04t 1.lIot 1."t
before the snow. In early winter There are three grades of gasoline "'
Hildebran Association-964-6800.or call Linda If your name 1989, self serve unleaded regular at being marketed In Starke now, all '.p-O 1.01f 1.05t 1.lit benefit dinner and fund raiser has been set for
cut-rate pumps was .879. unleaded -87 octane regular unleaded sxxon 1.04t 1.lst I.Ut
left out of athe'B' Book at the
was please Saturday July 28 Lawtey
Prices also skyrocketed in April 89 octane plus (mid-grade)
let book us to know.have Plans more are history for the and new pictures 1989, due to panic in the oil industry unleaded and 91 octane premium Full service pumps are becoming School at 11 a.m. Plates will cost $3.50 and will

of our school and community.The over the Alaskan oil spill. Although unleaded. No leaded gasoline is rare as Is leaded gasoline. One sta- include fish or barbecue chicken, baked
prices eased somewhat after several available in Starke, tion in Starke still full
anymore. offering ser
BHS Alumni Association is
a membership drive. months,they have remained at rates Prices at self serve pumps in vice has prices starting at 1.389 for beans, cole slaw and tea. Soft drinks will be on
Join sponsoring today. If your membership has higher than "pre spill" and "presnow" Starke, before the additional taxes regular, 1.439 plus and 1.499 sale. Country music and a raffle for a

lapsed, renew today. Annual dues prices. were added are: premium. microwave will round out the festivities. Raffle
are $5. Send checks to Alumni
Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke tickets will be $1 donation each or six for $5.
12001.! Dale Brown, President. Keep frozen poultry hardfrozenuntil Proceeds will benefit Oral Tanner.
time to thaw and cook promptly
Candy Stripers... after thawing.

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for the need or. and.support for, Commission District 2 THEE !! 11
establishing! a "S A.F.E Hadrt';->s. County Y }
shelter for abused persons, in the
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North Central Florida area, says P ; ft
their mother, Doris Honkala of A New Time SI 0 fsr 50 Rolls 530 ea. }i
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girls hiked through Bradford A New Face iiSLaYe S j.1
County this week, coming from near s sf .Sfti
Florahome Saturday, June 16, and A New 964.u. '!
moved on into Union County Tuesday ,. '! 1 00111 35 sf
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parole date. William McOcthy 57,
is serving two life terms and a 30 S Straight 1/2 or 1/2 cut : Portable Print/Display/
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.1. Thrasiter Qualifies for House SeatClay

County school board chairman this is her first challenge by another public office in 1988 in Clay County
'John Thrasher formally Republican. As of press time, no when he defeated a 24 year incum-
qualified July 16 as a Republican Democrat has qualified, and the bent school board member. Since
candidate for the Florida House of race will be decided In the then, Thrasher has served an unprecedented -
Representatives District 21 seat now republican primary to be held on two terms as the
held by Incumbent Rep. Chance Irvine Tuesday September 4. board's chairman, and also served
This will be the first race for state as vice-chairman.
Thrasher has been running for the office In modern history In District Thrasher Is the general counselfor
Florida House seat since last fall. 21 that has been dleclded In a the Florida Medical Associationin
Official qualifying began Monday at Republican primary.Democrats Jacksonville.
noon, and will end Friday at noon. still hold a slight edgeIn "My pledge," said Thrasher, "Is I
Thrasher was seventh in line to voter registration in the district, to serve all of the voters of District
qualify for state office. but In Clay County Republican 21. When I cast a vote in the Florida
Florida House District 21 is com- registration is nearing 50% of ,the House, it will be for the voters of the
prised of all of Clay County,western electorate. district, and not dictated by a party
St. Johns County, and eastern Brad- "We're bringing the Republican leader who may be trading my vote
ford County, including portions of Party and District 21 into new territory on a critical bill for someone else's h /
Starke east of US-301. ,"said Thrasher smiling after vote In exchange later.
The seat has been held by Rep. Irvine qualifying. "This is not a race that is "The single representative of
R-Orange Park, since 1964 going to be decided along party Distrlcdt 21 must have a strong ,
when she narrowly defeated incum- linear but! rather a race that will bedecided voice, one that can be heard above .. & 1
bent Democrat Frank Williams. by the voters choosing the the roar of the House and can makea
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Rep. Irvine has been challenged most qualified, and best candidate. difference for our growing 1I I
every two years by a Democrat,but Thrasher was first elected to district."


Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn congratulatesGreg tends to qualify today
Alvarez for being first In line at noon Monday to Incumbent James (Cobby) Walnwrljht, School
qualify for political office. Board Dint. 2.
Candidates shown above l-r) are Manly Bolin, Greg Incumbent Evelyn Chastaln, School Board Dlst. 5.
Alvarez,John Anderson,Judge George Pierce,and Joe County Commission, Dist. 2. has five qualifier The
Rlddlck. four Democrats are Incumbent E.L. (Nook) Norman,

"";::'''1' :' !-.. As of Wednesday afternoon 10 candidates bad Greg Alvarez Manly DoUR Arthur Gaklns. Marvin
,;': : qualified and another was expected In today (Thursday Rosier has qualified as a Republican candidate and
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!'. .. ..,; ';,,"", ....".", '. \ ,",',".CO'.."i"'C....,'" .. ..... {4>".",.'a1 .. Incumbent Jimmie Scott,School Board,Dist. 1. Scott The first primary election Is set Sept.4. qualifyingends
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acT Staff Writer sales lot.Wright. The motion carried unanimously.
.. Two for both who said he has been In Gilbert -
: requests rezoning, on Crosley...
:1. i US-301,one north and the other southof the automobile business eight years
'I' .. ''.. Starke, were approved by the told the board he will keep about 20 Gilbert Crosby, former owner of
Crosley Trailer Manufacturing Co.,
i cars in inventory, but he will not
......_ Bradford County Zoning Board in a sought to rezone about an acre from
-- -- --._-- .. -... short agenda Tuesday, June 26.. operate a repair facility, other than
Agriculture to Industrial
minor Light
to make repairs, such as
Director Darrell O'Neal
Zoning Warehouse, located 200 yards south
replace starters, generators, etc.
briefed the Zoning Board on the
of the GS and F railroad the west
Thrasher Qualifies for Florida House Seat... Flood Plain Ordinance and the Com- Wright was questioned by Zoning side of US-301.
Board Member Med since
prehensive Land Use Plan, due to be
Florida Secretary,of State Jim Smith (far right acRepresentatives District 21. Looking on from left are rewritten and he had been before the board a few Crosley Is using an existing
cepU John Thrasher's qualification papers In the son Jon, daughter Jennifer, and wife Jean, standing from now, July, 1991. No action year was months ago seeking to rezone the building for the assembly of small"
Capitol building on Monday. Thrasher was qualifying directly behind the candidate. taken on either issue, but board same parcel for a junk yard, which vehicles, termed "Long Haulers,

as a republican: candidate; for Florida House of members agreed to read the Flood was denied. by Crosley.No one appeared. to oppose the re-

Land Use Plan Getting Down to Business Plain discuss Ordinance it in a subsequent and be prepared meeting.to pose No the one request.attended the meeting to op- vote.quest, which was approved on a 5-0

from Pare 1A Connelly moved to recommend ap- The recommendation will go to the
city and county will be necessary to, budget will have to fund any deficiencies the plan after it is completed by the Paul Wright... proval of the request to county com- county commissioners for a final
develop plans that are compatible, now or projected-the fun- planning council. Paul Wright is requesting the missioners, who will make the final decision July 18. '
said Ruckman. ding is mandated, according to In the past two years the planning rezoning of one half acre north of
"The new plan Is not a guide.\ Ruckman. The Infrastructure will council has been paid$21,000 instate Lawtey on the east side of US-301.
When adopted it will be-law.'vsaid.a ,have-to. te-ia pla a. If there>ia noinItastroctnre grant-funds to begin preparing the from Open Rural to Commercialphi Need An Electrician?

Ruckman. "You will be outside the growth will be,!I.limited, ,updated land use plan.,Grant funds i .., :! ...
law if you deviate from it." he said.._ t,:-;: .! ..'.are Jonger available; said Mayor. two 1.j"6Arhoot, toyvera f t"i C' flJ ;u"b WAINWRIGHT El
The zoning map will have to be' 17 the Starke Vernon Silcox,and the city is lookingat 'World{ Trade Canter in New York
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brought into compliance with the coutr toy have Bessent, having to pay the planning council City occupy only two acres, but can: ;782-107t SIngle fc 3 Ph_ .ReuonaUy Type*Priced Work
land within two for final version it will accommodate 130.000 people.
new use plan years. Hammock and Ruckman, Inc., the $10,000 the
Also, the capital 'Improvement city's: engineering firm, to review turn out this year.


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After five,.you'll find Centel f Services Supervisor' who works on bake salespeople

.under a lot of different to raise money for the Tallahassee Jaycees'

hats. Scout leader caps Volunteer annual Christmas Shopping Spree for

fire department hats. t underprivileged children.

So the next time you see Alveria, or
Little League coaching caps. _, '

Doing things you'd\ expect any of our people, take a moment to tip

good neighbors to do. I ,your hat. And say hello to a neighbor. .

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Cherry a Tallahassee Customer ] f WHERE PEOPLE CONNECT


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Old Tires and Speed Boats Don't Mix;


Fish-Attractors in Santa Fe Lake RemovedOld

walks on crutches. Donald Wiggins, his
tires 1,400 of them- were sunkin friend and neighbor on Little Santa Fe Coleman Is convinced he hi) a tire,
Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes last Lake, had injuries requiring 14 stitchesin and although Fish investigators Commission from at first said it

fall by the Florida Game and Fresh his left foot and 20 above the knee. could have been an alligator or some
Water Fish Commission in hopes of at- other floating object. They suggestedthat
tracting more fish to these popular Two other passengers Tommy Coleman could have been speedingand

bodies of water. Adkinson, also of Little Santa Fe, and driving recklessly.! They later fall. He also opposed earlier "brush and this also 1 increasedjthelr flotatlo
Sarah Schrowser of Gainesville, received removed his boat to take scrapings piles" created by the Commission to at- factor.In .
But now, in the wake of a serious lesser injuries. from the bottom to analyze for rubber tract fish saying they were hazardousalso.
boating accident on July 4th, Game and residue. Results of the lab tests have Hill said that some of the brush spite of the trouble at Santa Pel
Coleman said he about not been announced but the fact that Gib Owen, ish-attractor coordinator I lif
Fish wardens are busy this week pulling was driving 35 piles are now three or more feet above
said would
batches of tires that were mph some 600 feet from shore when theboat's tires are now being removed from the the lake surface since the drought has Kissimmee Central, Florida they lakes. remain He I It
up lakes would indicate conclusion that some said a
a level to
weighted down on the lake bottom as propeller stopped dead in the sunken tires were responsible for the caused the water few broke loose In the first few weeks ofi
fish.a t tractors. water after hitting an object he believesto accident. two( feet. the program, but have not floated loose It
.. have been one of the Game Commis- Other residents around the lake have since then.
Four people in a boat driven by Jim- Coleman feels that he should be compensated also complained about tires breaking
sion tires. The prop and its shaft were for damages because The Commission plans to return a!
"they beaches.Lt.
my Coleman, were hospitalized knocked into the rudder and the boat, came out here and created this hazard, loose. and floating Weaver up spokesman on for the thousand tires to the Bradford County!
Dewey ,a
Wednesday, July 4, when his SK speed made a sharp turn to the left and went, and they should pay for it." Game Commission said the current landfill, where they were obtained last I

boat, powered by a car motor, struck an into a U-turn, Coleman said. It capsizedand Harold Hill,president of the Santa Fe low level of the lake caused the tires to year, according to landfill supervisor!
Wise. But Bradford I
been of ther County has
have one
object believed to sank all into Lake Dwellers Association shift position due to motorboat wakes
throwing occupants ,strongly opposed take the
declined to remaining 400 tires !
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sunken tires that broke loose from its about ten feet of water. All were pickedup sinking tires in the lake when and wave action, causing the wearingout Wise said and it is not known what!
moorings and floated to the surface. by spectators on shore and carried they were first dumped and tied to of plastic ropes that held the tires to disposition will be made of them.
Coleman lost a "hunk" of flesh from his weights to create "fish-attractors" last the bottom. The tires were also stuffed
by ambulance to Alachua General
them upright,
with styrofoam to keep
right leg, which is still in a cast while he Hospital.


UiIiRegister[ 1 : ; t ,: : -' 'I. Political Rallies Before Television I

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Were Big Events in Bradford CountyAn .

It's hard to get anyone Interested in and one-time state senator, chargedthat fights than the primary, because they
politics with the temperature soaring the courthouse at Starke was so were easily controlled by political cli
into the upper 90s and the humidity factor rotten that the insurance companies ques.

Vote LaterTime making it feel like 110. In July and had cancelled their policies on the After a county convention held in

August, the voters who are not on vacation building. Lake Butler in 1888 The Telegraph
in a cooler clime are sitting around that "We
reported : are pained to say
near the air conditioner wishing that
that after the meeting was over a

is getting short for those who that option.Due they were too. shooting affray occurred. Mr. Jack
That is one reason some people would Chancey fired twice upon Mr. Wm. Addison -
would like to vote in the September to the purging of registration booksin like to move primary election back to ,one ball entering just to the left of

primaries but have not yet registered at April of 1989, the total currently the spring, where they were held for the right nipple, the other passing

the Elections Office in the courthouse. registered is about 150 less than the 8,226 many years. There seemed to be much through the clothes over the left
more interest in the primaries then shoulder. The wound is considered
Voter registration books close for the registered in 1988. However this total will when the weather was cool and politicalrallies serious.

primaries on Monday, August 6. The of- probably be exceeded by the time books were held in every precinct of "May the day not be far distant when

fice is open from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. close on August 6. the county, including Heilbronn Springsand harmony, good will, and morality
Graham. Now that television
with shah
Currently :in Bradford County, there Bradford County's voting record is its 30-second negative commercials, reign in Strife every heart throughoutthis has
county. us
are 8,077 citizens qualified to go to the usually better than the state and national has taken over the scene, the old- wrought so much damage among that we are

polls and vote. Of this total there are figures. In the General Elections of 1980 fashioned political rally is almost ex- constrained to shed a tear to see such

6,766 registered Democrats, 1,113 and '88 (presidential election years) 82 or tinct barbecue.But, except. for an occasional fish fry ugly thistles and thorns growing where

Republicans, and 198 registered as "no percent of those registered to vote actually lovely flowers should flourish."

party" affiliation. turned out at the polls. It is doubtful if have been political mild rallies affairs In recent years The convention system of nominating
compared At that time the Red Man's Hall, an candidates continued until the turn of
these records will be broken this '
has year, those in the 1870s, 80s and 90S before
Republican strength slowly old frame
grown two-story building on the site the century. In an editorial denouncing
but steadily over the past decade, when although a hot race for Governor may form Bradford Union County was divided in 1921 to of the present city hall, was being the convention system, The Florida Advocate
and Starke and
the party's registration was less than 200. turn the trick.Everyone rented for use as a courthouse. Crews wrote in 1898:
Lake Butler were engaged in bitter
Republicans cannot vote in the has a stake in voting, and rivalry at the polls to see which town so also poor charged and rotten that the that jail a prisoner in Starke could was "The delegation of the sovereign will

nem 1i.c.prbnuy; : but in the General every vote counts. In past years some would be the county seat. easily get out by using a shoe string or of the people into the hands of a few

Elecucji\thex ears: cross overhand vote for elections have been won by one vote. It In the spring of 1898 a mammoth buckle' open the door men' is always fraught with\possibilities

Jpe KffpuTblipao nominee for.:,president could happen again, and that one basket picnic was held at Long Bridgeon After refuting this statement,The Ad- 'of remote fraud the and'corruption.The delegation\of bower; more from

and' many registered Democrats take deciding vote might well be yours I 11 I speeches New by River orators, followed from Lake by Butler torrid vocate hinted at skullduggery on the the people, the greater the possibility of

and Starke the Lake Buller side and said: "We know the will of the people being defeated and
two towns that were
all about their plans to have a lot of controlled by cliques and combinations."The .
fighting to become the county seat of
voters arrested on pretense of illegal
Job Losses UnfortunateBut Bradford County. registration, perjury, or anything else Primary plan leaves the powerof
I According to The Florida Advocate, a they can think of. We know too of the a free ballot in the hands of the people
of The proposed to votes who alone are responsible for Its
newspaper contemporary attempt buy on election
Arms Reduction NecessaryPresident Telegraph at that time: The politi- day, and other wild schemes to proper use. A fundamental principle of
cians were there rings and anti-rings steal the election." Democracy is the rule of a majority,
and we believe that the Primary plan is
shaking hands, bowing and scraping
Eisenhower, a military man The loss of these jobs is unfortunate, to the ladies and kissing the babies The Advocate also said that war had a nearer approach to the Democratic

of the first water, had foresight enough to but also inevitable in a world where until the marshal of the day announced Bulletin been declared and between the Lake Buller idea, and if properly conducted under

see the dangers inherent in an ever- neither the U.S. nor Russia can afford to that the big guns from both sides were the courthouse the Starke election Telegraph, which "bids over existing laws, as has been shown whereit
loaded for bear and about to has been adopted, will give more
expanding military/industrial complex, waste billions that explode. fair to shake
on weapons were often the foundations from the general satisfaction to the public
such as developed in the Reagan ad- found unfit to perform in the manner for "The fusilade was led by J.L. Hill for ramparts of Swift Creek to the bat- generally."

ministration. which they were designed or were Lake Butler,followed by Col. C.L. Peekof tlements of Sampson River".
Starke, and the onslaught was kept * *
In his farewell address, delivered on declared obsolete when something sup- up by John B. Crews of Lake Butler There were also some heated con
posedly better came along. followed frontations in the years of the last cen- The Primary system has endured
January 9, 1961, President Eisenhowersaid by T.A. Knight of Starke. tury when candidates for office were through this century, and will once

: Some of these weapons industries will Things went from bad to worse after nominated by county conventions again be used to nominate candidates of

"We must guard against the acquisi- be able to convert to products for civilianuse the opening guns were fired. Mr. rather than in primary elections. The both parties in the First and Second
Crews, a former county commissioner convention system led to even hotter Primaries this September.
tion of unwarranted influence, whether thus creating new jobs for some of

sought or unsought, by the military- those who will become unemployed. If the

industrial complex..Until the latest of Government will channel some of the so-

our world conflicts, the United States had called "peace dividend" (money saved Recycle Riddick

no armaments industry; American by the reduction in armaments) into Open Letter to Class of 85 For Another TermIn

makers of plowshares could, with time restoring the nation's infrastructureroads
answer to Doug Wilkinson's letterto
and make swords well. ( bridges, etc.); needed conserva-
as required as
cultures of people who don't know what the editor in last week's paper, I
But now the total influence economic, tion projects (acquiring more wilderness Dear Fellow Class American freedom really Is. I've seen think it's a great idea to recycle Joe

political, even spiritual is felt in every areas, improving and creating new na- Members of 85: the pathetic suffering of those who have Riddick. He has done a great deal for

city, every statehouse, every office of the tional parks, providing clean air and Today, I found a very special surprise labored and toiled beneath the walls of Bradford County in his four years in office

federal: : government." water for all Americans); beefing up the awaiting me as I opened my mailbox. It oppression and depravity. Not a day .

drug war, and assisting in new hospital, was none other than an invitation to at- passes that I don't find myself on my So, YES, District No. 4, let's recycle
In spite of'this warning, the Reagan administration prison, and school construction tend our 5-year class reunion on July 21. knees thanking God that I enjoy the Joe Riddick and re-elect him for
many There was something about that Invita- liberties of freedom and democracy.It another term.
whipped the nation into a new jobs for those without work could be tion that started the winds of nostalgia

Cold War frenzy, spending untold billionson created. blowing. In my mind, I drifted back to Is unfortunate that circumstanceshere JoAnn Graham, Hampton Lake
armament that themilitarymdustrial those last days at Bradford High. What in West Germany do not allow me
every.new Ike was right, but his warning was ig- bliss one finds when one ventures down to join you on this very special day for
wanted to
complex nored and you and for me and for all the membersof
as pointed out by columnist those avenues of memories; when one
produce, including "Star Wars". Richard Reeves, "...the military dares to recall the happy times, the sad dent the that Class of 1985.endeavors but I remain confi- KLPOA Officers
industries to times, the good times and better rela- your will be suc- AnnouncedFor
Established geared up dustrial complex evolved into a con- cessful.The labor you have expended in
manufacture from Stealth national tionships, the teachers and homework, New Year
everything glomerated security establish- the after school Jobs and weekend making this great reunion event happenis
Bombers to toilet seats at exhorbitant ment that employed or benefited ties and football games. Those were par-the indicative of the quality leadership

prices,{and new industries rushed in to manufacturers and universities best times that helped to fill the hollows which brought our class to that climactic Bruce Ivey has been re-elected presi-
the act. and of our memories. graduation day. dent of the Kingsley Lake Property
get in on legislators, generals and admirals, fiscal I
Owners Association for the new
ex-generals and ex-admirals working for But that something followed happened in those fiveyeai'll and In closing, let me encourage you all to year starling July 1. Herb Sellers was

Now that the Cold War is history and defense companies still determined to because of that one our element graduation, none,of us keep those eternal flames burning. elected vice-president; Hill was re-

the threat of an attack on this country carryon busniess as usual" (after it was will ever be as we were then. That Remember that behind every closed elected secretary, and Jean Peters was
door there is
an ,but if
open one only
you re-elected
less likely than ever no longer ). maturity)
from Russia seems necessary When care to open it. Accept disappointmentsand

a reduction in the armamentsbuildingprogram The time has come when we cannot af- closed that summer doors of evening Bradford in May High to bad limes as challenges and stepp- Directors elected to three-year terms

is inevitable. This will bring on ford to keep armaments manufacturers:: the Class of'85,they had closed forever. ing stones to brighter days, for the sun were Bill Adams,Steve Denmark,Jean

a new problem the loss of jobs by those going at top speed simply because they Never again would we be able to walk really will come out tomorrow! Peters, and R.G. (Buddy) Paterson.It .

who were employed by armaments need weapons contracts in order to supp-- those halls of education as we once had. May your every waking day be
Never would we sit again in English or was announced that on
manufacturers.The ly jobs for who have become crowned with God s richest blessingsand a
people Math or1 Science class and glean the the application for placing Kingsley
may He keep you in the palm of His
Department of Defense estimates dependent on the military/industrial wisdom from our instructors as once we Hand... Lake on the list of Outstanding Florida

that the jobs of some 340,000 civilian complex for work. If the money.saved on had. Never would we play again on our ...Until we meet again. Waters will be held before the En-

employees in defense-related industries, armaments is spent by the Government favorite athletics team or lend our Always keep the vision alive, vironmental Regulation Commission in

representing ten percent of the defense in the right way, we can still provide jobson 'membership to a certain school club or Farewell,Class of'851Alan Tallahassee on September. 26.
organization. Yes, those doors are clos-
work force could be in jeopardy duringthe projects and products that will be of ed now I 8-43 ADA G.Rogers
next five years due to cuts in militaryand more benefits to Americans than unneeded Yet time is filled with swift transitionand APO,N.Y.Germany 09182 .
spending. weapons.giWgiiiptt. we do move on: some in search of New Members
weapons happiness I and true love,perhaps others Elected toDemocratic

a higher education or a good job, and Mailbox Vandalism CommitteeTwo
always there are those who still haven't Noted in CountyWe
found what they're looking for. vacancies on the Bradford County
Perhaps...even you..fit in one of these Democratic Committee were filled at
categories.And it's o.k.,If you don't for have been having a rash of a meeting held July 12. Albert.. fAIl
pPIb.. Thoreau said "If does not mailbox vandalism in this county. Last
once a man Crosby, Jr. was elected from Precinct
4 keep"' pace with his companions, Saturday night our mailbox, which was 14, and William H. Dowling was electedas
A perhaps he hears a different drummer. mounted on a plow for over twenty a membcr-at-largc.

Let him step to the music he hears, years, was viciously vandalized,
was however measured or far away", destroying both the mailbox and the
BOB G.FERGUSONJOHN M.MILLER plow. Darla Christoffcr, chairman of the
But whoever whatever
we are, we
0 Publbhcr DEC led a discussion of plans for ac-
have become and wherever our I have no malice toward the people
tlvitlcx Democratic
destinies will us, we should never who did this deed. I do that to support
carry pray they ,
rl o'. entered nominees in the November; General
Pubnshed each Thursday and on Second Clan Matter at forget the sacrifices of those who have would use their in
Office at Starke Florida under Act of March 3. 1S79. energy constructiveways Election after have been
Phone 964-6305 the Post they
ensured that we enjoy the blessings of so that Bradford County would be ,
135 trfCcill St. liberty and freedom., For the a better place to live. in the September primariesThe
Sutxcrlptlon' Rat tn Trad Aroo-:$16.00' Pay.ar'f 9 00 six month peace
P.O Piower A; StarUe. Florida Outside Trod Area: S)7.00 pw yoc W.SO tta month. past three years I have lived in Europe William Haas committee will meet again <>n.
and have been exposed to'many n, 4 c.. .,, August II at 7 u.m.. in the Santa Fe (.''"<
'11\ ('"fitinboard! room

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ociaC Events Parties, Parties, Parties. .

Michelle Sapp Honored at Bridal ShowerMiss

Michelle Sapp(Kurlmay) was honored a lingerie shower Thurs
day, June 28, at 7 p.m. at the Kingsley Lake home of E.L. Matthew
C Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Tammy Baldree,Mn. Robin Bar-
rett. Miss Nancy Payne, Mrs. Mary Anne Starnes, and Mrs Stacy
-". er.
--.-...-.. Miss Sapp was presented with a sachet corsage upon her arrival..
All social items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm, Guests visited for a short time, then were Invited Into the dining room
for publication on the following Thursday. NO where the refreshment table was centered with a silver tray holding
monogrammed wedding glasses and an arrangement of grapes.
COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper Guests then sat on the deck overlooking the lake where they enjoyed
staff. If black visiting with Miss Sapp as she opened her gifts.
a & white photo is not available
honoree with and
was presented a pink satin and chiffon gown by
submit a color negative for printing. the hostesses as a memento of the occasion.
ti. Among guests attending were Miss Sapp's mother, Ms. Carolyn Sapp;
[,, her future mother-in-law. Mrs. Erwin Muse; her sister. Mr.. Kim
L Crockett, and her niece, ?Hiss Maegan Crockett.

Engagements. ....
.. Rehearsal Dinner Held July 6
-,- For Tillman/Starnes WeddingThe

'1! ,.,., Michelle Kurimay, rehearsal dinner for the Tillman/Starnes wedding was held Fri
:. -.' Jimmy Muse day July e, at 7 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mra.
John M. Miller.Prior .
'" To Wed July 21 to dinner, guests enjoyed Sangria coolers,soft drinks,and snack
': !:I 'i
1,. on the patio which was decorated with pots and buckets of geranium,Im-
/ .. """
," > ... ""'"oil'i patiens and fern.
;'01' I'': ,. Michelle Kurimay and Jimmy Dinner tables were covered with teal cloths and placed outdoors.
'i"''''iiiiij4') Muse cordially invite all friends and
; :;' : ,; Centering every second table were summer baskets of Southern Charm
'I' j :i. \ : ..... ,. relatives to join them in their wed- and soft pink azaleas with baby's breath. Garlands of the
.. : ,.. .. .'iI,, '/ grapevine ran
'. 'ru; i ,.''v,,'". ,.',.\'../. " ,"lIfl ding ceremony to be held Saturday, length of each table and were interspersed with tuUphap votive with
(.",.!. ',"';,:.', {. July 21,at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist
I i', ..:,-.i", '.. :.' : :' "i candles. The buffet table was centered with an arrangement of
':0:1' 'f,/) /:.: ;; Church of Starke. A reception will shocking pink tropical lillies and foliage.
., follow in the church fellowship hall. Following the which
blessing] was given by Rev. Dwight McQueen,
guests were served a buffet dinner which included
::;11 i grilled pork, specially
;.,,1.. A nursery will be provided.Miss prepared by the groom's brother-in-law, Mr. Phil Turner, of Arcadia.
Kurimay is the daughter of The bride and groom-elect presented gifts to their attendant following
Carolyn Sapp of Starke and the late the dinner.
.. Zolton Paul Kurlmay. Mr. Muse is The 65 Included
guests the wedding party,friends, relative and out- f-
of Ed and Hazel Muse of
Michelle Kurimay the son town guests.Assisting .
Jimmy Muse Lawtey. were Mr. and Mrs. Reed Hlx of Middleburg; Mr Mike Ben-
neileld and Mr Tom Schieffle of Melrose; Mrs. Bill Meng, Miss Dana
-.-- VIeng and Miss Anna Davis of St. Petersburg; and Mr*. J.E. Denmark,
Chanda K. Padgett & Mrs. Len Eaves, Mrs. Bob Star Aimee Ferguson, Mrs. Bert McGee
: and Miss Kathy Struth of .
John Stanwix-llay ,

Mr.- &Mrs.D.S.Miller To Wed July 28 Church News .

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Targonskyof
'' Jacksonville and Mr. Craig Grace Baptist Church
I ;: : : Lee Mossman, Douglas Miller Padgett of Green Cove Springs Welcomes New Pastor
would like to announce the ap-
Wed June 16 in proaching marriage of their Grace Baptist Church of Starke welcomes Rev. and Mrs. Fred John to
:;; ;: Casselbury daughter, Chanda Kay Padgett, to the pastorate. Brother Fred is a native of Bradford County and is well-
: John Stanwix-Hay, son of Mr. and known in this area.
.' ": Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-Hay of } He and Jackie have two children Tammy and Carl, who also reside In
; Lee Ann Mossman, of Lawtey, of ivory satin and lace Renaissance Hampton Oaks. this area. Bro. Fred and the fellowship of Grace Baptist Church would
,: .at 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. styled, heavily beaded with pearls, The wedding will be an event of like to extend an invitation to all the community to join them In service
',r. Mossman of Altamonte Springs, and ending in a train with lace and pearl Saturday, July 28, at 4 p.m. at the Sunday.There will be special singing during the morning service and dinner
I I" :: Douglas S. Miller, son of Mr. and trim. Her headpiece was a bouffant First Baptist Church of Starke. on the grounds following. The church is located 3 miles south of
::I: : Mrs. Guy Miller of Lawtey, were ruffle across the crown heavily A reception honoring the couple Starke on Griffis Loop.
J1-.: united In marriage June 16. trimmed with pearls and ivory rib- will be held immediately followingthe
I.'I The Ascension Lutheran Church of' bon flowerettes. She carried pink wedding ceremony in the church
Casselbury was the scene for the 3' roses,ivy,white stephanotis,and accented fellowship !nail. 1AYR
p.m. wedding ceremony. Rev. with an ivory ribbon. Her on- All friends and relatives are In-
1:1:1': :
II ,. Gerald Seaman and Rev. Ronald ly adornment was her flowertoppedbible vited to attend.
:..n.' Engle performed the nuptials sur- ,used by her mother at her own ..
L -- --
-.1 rounded by arrangements of pink wedding.A Sheila L. Rhoden,
carnations and baby's breath, gracing reception was held in the Ascen- Celeste Carter
1'1.:. the altar. sion Lutheran Church fellowship Romey E. StanleyTo &Robert Wilkison
I Mrs.LaDena Moyer organist,and hall, decorated with baskets of pink Wed
:J :!rt Mrs. Carol Wadley,soloist, provided flowers and greenery adorning each Celeste A. Carter, PINEHURST
Sheila Louise Rhoden, daughter of
music for the ceremony. table. Robert Wilkison
:::r./. Mr. Guy Miller attended his son as The bride's table was centered Mrs. Ella May Rhoden and the late % Z a.
Leroy R. Rhoden of Hampton, and Announce EngagementMr.
1. best man. Ushers were Jackson with pink baskets of flowers and & VARIETY
Romey Eugene Stanley, son of Mr.
;:I.: Guice and Daryl Roberts. greenery accenting a silver and Mrs. James C. Carter of
.r.: Miss Jennifer White cousin of the and Mrs. Ronnie Stanley of Green
candelabra, given by the bride's Lawtey announce the engagementand
bride, attended as maid of honor. grandmother.Mrs. Cove Springs, announce their. approaching marriage of their
..', Adorned In a floor length pale pink Mary Cunningham presidedover engagement and upcoming wedding.Set daughter, Celeste Ann, to Robert
:.:..,; taffeta gown of brocade with a the punch table where punch take for September at 22, the weddingwill Lewis Wilklson son of Lavonne ;
:;. draped bodidb! and matdhifig! bow at was served from the bride's grand- place Hope. Baptist. WilkistftT and guardians ''Mr: and';
in Theressa. 5:0Gl'aUtJ
Church I
""ala :lliJe card kl cascade mothers bowl crustal 0.. } Mrs. Bennett- Wilkison III -all of'
V.rl'rhef .F : crystal punch ; of ;
t4it ;
,The Is.a Bradford '
ram bride( graduate -, :1
,, bouquet:: puiK: carnations, with ,dishes,also,,were used for nuts and School the "Lawtey/' 'V;; ;.1:;' '+11 -..? i I : ?
? ". matching flowers worn in her hair. the High ; groom The wedding is set for
mints. The mints were made by School in '
--Ih; Amy Workman, Beth Workman, bride. Green graduated Cove Clay High 8, in the First United Methodist ''l
...n,, both cousins of the bride, were co- Miss Tammy Belka greeted guestsat Springs. Church of Starke. All Printed Fabrics
attendants. Beth Workman served the door, presenting each in turn
: > / as junior bridesmaid. to the receiving line held in the Nar- Eileen Sharp. I
"''':. Both attendants wore floor lengthen thex of the church immediately Dale TenlyTo Such as Florals,Pastels, r. Come
pink dresses, with carnations and following the wedding ceremony.
1.tatfete; Serving the three-tiered cake for Wed Nov. 10 Stripes Checks See Our
:; ; the wedding couple was MargaretBon Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Batton, Sr. .
.-. '" waistline with a sash, the neck and Ventre. The cake was decoratedwith of Green Cove Springs,announce the "i f Fabulous
'i"< : sleeves were trimmed with ivory pink roses and cream frosting. engagement and approaching mar
'.%!s. pearls. Amy carried a cascade bou- Miss Tammy Belka also kept the riage of their daughter, Eileen We Do Alterations. FaI5rics! .
v :!>r quet of pink carnations; Beth carried bride's book. Assisting in serving Sharp of Gainesville, to Dale
.?/, a circle of pink carnations and and attending guests were Mr. and son of Sonny and Lane TenlYi in alterations between
;>it'! : ribbons. Flower girl, Elizabeth Mrs. Ronald Belka, Ms. Carol Starke. ""I Bring or pick-up your
Guice,was dressed identically to the Lucore, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. White, The ceremony is slated to be held Weddings Portraits lam 8pm Mon.-Sat., Sun. 9am-6pm.
bridesmaids and carried a white Mr. and Mrs. Theron Goss and Mr.
Saturday, November 10, at 7:30: p.m. ""

cay: : and wicker trimmed basket with filled roses.with rose petals and Following Mrs. Herbert a wedding Watson.trip to St. in Starke.the First Baptist Church of 1""<'.', '.".(.'v...rtL,, ;tic.. v' I ? C m;bian, -fget + jtt rh> *Vrllaundromat ?l
-.i., Phillip Glynn, cousin of the bride, Augustine, the couple will reside in The bride-elect is a graduate of fi t '6"/ and your1at| '<< l!WtV ''i
ic K attended: as ring bearer. Lawtey, where the groom is the Clay Jr.-Sr. High School, Green 'r p ".,;Byead/inilk/andcotd i('Iti m'
"FIDO- Given in marriage by her father, owner of Lawtey Farm Equipment. Cove Springs and is manager of Cen- v<>,WIi<" i< '

the bride was resplendent In a.gown. tral City of Gainesville.The tJJe.r k..ft (la ) Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary

-- Darlene Hobbs Marvin Patrick Bradford groom-to-be High School graduated and from is Phone 964-8877 ;-

I employed by Florida Air National Business Phone 964-2184 .

Wed July 4 in St. Augustine Guard-- of Jacksonville. .

,' .I'I' Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs of Starke formed on July 4 in St. Augustine.Mr. 1q
v announce the marriage of their Patrick is employed by Sver- THIS WEEKEND! Double QflfenjMaovec
I '""1' daughter, Darlene, to Marvin A. drup Engineering Firm in Jackson- :
"f1, Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marl ville. The couple ,are living at
Hammette of Jacksonville.The .' Kingsley Lake.'
marriage ceremony was per
T.tnu The "ten: V
proud grandparent,

Mrs. Minnie B. Sherrill.
'j,I 11. $ ,)
will have a small private V

-- I- birthday celebration for

v? I her grandson, Mark ;,''tZ 0

Calvin Griffis, on his 1st

Birthday. July 25th - -
: (

with a cake cutting
1 served with ice cream at Saturdayc 8pm-When Harry Met Sally Free Gift. : & :
July 21 10pm-Just for laughs:
t.'._ ,- her home in Rajford. Montreal International Comedy Festival I

.'''.11'..,' . . . . . . . . July Sunday 22 8pm 10pm.The Bill and'Burbs Ted's Excellent Adventure I The New Look Bonus I iFieeWitAnyS145O 1 \ I

II'II Monday 8pm-Troop Beverly Hills
23 10pm.Three Fugitives I I
V Mote Norman Cosmetic With a free mini-
r PREVIEW I I makeover you've never I
-. FREE ruraitoC.
'Hamp.ton.Baptist Church I | natu1'2llook of I looked so good so fist I

On Channel 20 eawith There's the Youthful Effects
the our New Look
9 I
I IThere's
:;:;1 July 23rd 27th I bonus mini-makeover,help you

Oh'; ', I lipstick In Cafe I get f ihodsoe littttle appearance lines and I

;rf : : Bro. Mike Norman Pink and powdery creme
a,. -Zzj sm I wrinkles,the Quick I
;: : Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church If you have cable you can watch the funniest movies and live I blusher In Satin Mauve, LuxNatural I the Eye-Enh2ndng
comedy on TV during SHOWTIMes free preview weekend. Tune In I Ilva Skin Refining Cleanser; mini-makeover;Your Best I

:: : Services Start 7:00 p.m.Out starting Saturday and sample '' Luxlva Day Creme and Lux- I Colors and the Long Lasting
.. SHOWTIME all weekend. SHOWI1ME I iva Liquid Creme Foundation. I
It all Makeup minJ.I .
Then call to enjoy] year.
:: : CS"
Upgrade Installation ( Save $15)) :
RlERLE noRmAn.
J til: ;: : Revival will start off with a Preachers NON SUBSCRIBERSCall I I

fir\ : Fellowshistarting at 2:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. us for a GREAT INSTALLATION .' "II COSMETIC STUDIOS I

b"0 I ". :: : A meal will be served at 5:30 Regular revival SPECIAL ( Save up ,to $20)) 118 S. Thompson
:: : services start at 7:00 p.m. V ss--on 964-6308 .r.:'' I : Starke. Fla. o.
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Church News. vacation 1bleSChool/ SetAt "Island In the Son" Theme
Northsidc Baptist Church For Vacation Bible School

Fellowship of Churches Set Vacation Bible School has been set for the week of Aug. &30, beginningat First Christian Church of Starke is presenting an unusual theme for
For Sunday, July 22 7 p.m. each evening.An their Vacation Bible School. "Island In the Son'': Beginning July 29 and
The Fellowship of Churches will hold their worship services Sunday old fashioned bible school is the theme for this;years! events, featur- continuing through August 3, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m each evening.
afternoon at 3 pTm. These services will be held at Mt. Zion July 23 In ing arts and crafts, bible studies and fellowship. Children of all ages are The church is located at 617 West Call Street Starke. In addition to, the
held at the
invited to attend. Island Beach Party
Pierce as pastor. Vacation Bible School there will be an
Lawtey President with Jenkins Is asking all churches to please be present and on The church is located at the corner of State Road 16 and County Road church July 22 at 3 p.m Registration for VBS will be at this time; along
time to help us lift up the name of Jesus. 225. For more information, call 964-7124. James Cowart is pastor. with an island carnival complete with games and prizes for all children.

Women's Women Day of New CelebrationThe Bethel Baptist Church,corner of Keller and Florida Highland Host Gospel Baptist Sing ChurchTo I r Classifieds Get Results!! I

Streets in Starke, cordially invite everyone to worship services Sunday, Highland Baptist Church, located on Hwy 301. North of Lawtey, Is
July 22 at 11 a.m. in their annual Woman's Day Celebration.The hosting a gospel sing Saturday night, July 28, beginning at 7 p.m.
speaker will be Dr. Flossie H. Mann, of the Central Florida Con- Rev. George Chisholm cordially invites everyone to attend. ..
ference, Ocala District. mr- 11111111 '" mmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmt ,,_ =: I

1st AssemblyOf USDA Choice Beef Untrimmed

God Sets Sliced FREE! ((20 25 Lb. Avg.) -

Special Services 4 ::1 _
Special guests, Rev. Mike and $
Mona Shields and family, will be WHOLE
present Sunday, July 22, at 6 p.m.
Rev. Shields is the former youth _
director for the Minnesota Districtof
the Assemblies of God and is BOTTOM
presently evangelizing Rev.
Shields' exciting, Numerous and _
truthful presentation of the Gospelwill
be enjoyable for all ages. Come ROUNDS Lb. ; ,
let the power of God change your
life! _
Lifestyle Youth Choir from the I II
Christian Life Center in Titusvillewill
be special performing guests on
Friday,July 27,at 7 p.m. The group
California Red Purple
which has some 30 participants, willwarm ,
the heart in concert. Don't Prices In Green, BlackPLUMS,
miss these two exciting, life this

changing The First events.Assembly of God in msgrnmrna good Monday,
Starke is located at SR-16 west and July 16 thru California Sunblushed
Weldon Street.Call 964-6971 for |
more (

Information.1st ChurchOf BREISJ lENDERf 1 July: 22,, 1990 NECTARINESPEACHES &

God Sets

Flea MarketIn

MiddleburgThe f
youth group of the MiddleburgFirst L e .I O
Church of God is sponsoringtheir 1
Mid-Summer Flea Market on
Saturday, July 28, beginning at 8
a.m. and lasting until 2 p.m. Country Pride
The Flea Market, located at 3965 Fresh Chicken
Old Jennings Road is open to public Lb.

sellers at a cost of$5 for a table and __________ -
$2 for yard space. Donation articles LEGQUARTERS i- .,
will be accepted. If donated articles % .I
need to be picked up, or if you would
like to reserve a space call Kathy at
2825736. '
The First Church of God is locatedat I
the intersection of Old Jennings
Road and Long Bay Road in Mid- _

Legal dleburg. Notices Io

32C8S-1008 ,
In accordance with Florida Statute _
266.0105 this serves a> notice that a
Meeting of th. State of Florida Armory
Board will be conducted on July 29, 1990,
8:(XMO: a.m.,Conference Room Stole I L
Arsenal 82 Marine Street; St. ,
Augustine, Florida.
ttchg7/19.. ; Cont. No. 523

MAXINE D. ALLEY. 10 Lb. Bag New Crop
... .. .. ... .. .. ..
THE ESTATE: .: '" : ', ''', :: : :' .." : ." -,: ': ,,', ', .. ".:' :" : ,,': ,--" ":' : _:,', I
administration of the estate of MAXINE

D. ALLEY. Deceased, File. Number With Onion I 11.5 Ounce AD/EP Vacuum Bag 24 Ounce Wesson
1,4 176, Case Number 90-44 CP, It pen 16 Oz. Reg. or -
ding In the Circuit Court for Bradford I Master Blend Flaked
:: County Florida Probate Division the BUSH BAKED CORN
; address of which Is Post Office Box B,
: Stark., Florida 32091. The personal BEANS.COFFEE
:: representatives of the estate are OIL
: WILLIAM D. ALLEY and SANDRA DOWL- MaxwellHousc ||
: ING whose address Route I, Box 949 ASTER

:: address Stark., of Florida the personal, 32091.representative's The name and 4 a 112"9ge!! BLEND I] $179 99o

-; attorney All persons are set having forth claims below.or demands O

:: against the estate are required WITHIN I, I I
: : 11
:. file with the clerk of the above court a .
written statement of any claims or demand I i /1"" 16 Ounce Bama 12 Count .lesson. 12 Ounce Sealtest I
they may have. Each claim must I
be In writing and must'Indicate the basis' APPLEo JELLY CHILLYWILLEE COTTAGECHEESE
for the claim the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attorney, and s
the amount claimed. If the claim i I. not GRAPE JELLY OR JAM
yet due, the date when It will become
due shall be stated. If the claim Is contingent -

the uncertainty or unliquidated shall be the staled.nature If the of '
9ge = 5ge
; 8ge
claim is .secured the security shall be I I
described The claimant shall deliver .
sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto .

each enable the clerk to mail one. copy to ,.._ /., _
personal representative.All --
persons Interested In the estate to Wise '
whom a copy of ,the Notice of Administration SOFT 01.1.79
hat been mailed are required & GENTLE TOILET TISSUE. e e e e e e 4 PK. .99 LAFAMOUS TORTILLA CHIPS e e e e e is

THIS NOTICE to file any ejections
they may have that challenges the
validity of the decedenft will the 2 Liter Diet Pepsi

court.qualifications, or the venue of the or personal jurisdiction representative of the PEPS! COLA Pabst Draft, PabsiXLtPabstLt BUD, BUD Lt & 1.5 yin Chablis Rose, Burgundy ,


Date of the first publication of this 12oz./12pkcn
Notice of Administration: 19 July 1990.

Personal Representative of 2 Liter Mtn. Dew
the of MAXINED. $1f99 $369I
.ALLEY.Estate Deceased. Diet Mtn. Dew ...........1.09
. Personal Representative of 3 Related ....1.79

I 954 North Temple Avenue
Pest Office lox 99S
I Star.... Florida 32091 There Is a Food Lion location near you:
L ((904)9648050)

:, Attorney Representatives Florida Bar for 144625 Personal ; fr rfaat Village Shopping Center VS. 30i South .1

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S. Techniques to be used In evaluating Southerly right of way line; of Donna CIRCUIT COURT 3, Page 48 of the public records ol Branford -
feasible energy saving opportunities. Street (also known as Jenkins Street); CLERK OF THE County Florida and run S B9' 110'E
6. Status of present work load and thence run N 89"*39'' East along said By: Tosher Allen Dep. Clerk along the South line of KEYSTONE
( Legal Notices ] ability to begin this project. Southerly right of way line 311.821eet to 7/12 2tchg 7/19; Cont. 524 OAKS'. 39685 f..t; thence run S

7. Clear statement that the applicantIs an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way 00*14'58" E 400.00 feet to the Point of
an equal opportunity employer and line of Tom Hall Street (also known as AMENDED NOTICE OF APPEAL Beginning; thence run S 89*1'49' E
will comply with Executive Order 11246 Church Grade); thence run S 07*49 W The City of Starke Board of Adjustment 1127.18 feel to the Westerly right of way
entitled "Equal Employment Opportunity along said Westerly right of way line shall hear an appeal 1 from a decision line of a County Road: .thence run S
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO described as follows: 85.35 feat; thence run N 8939'East 40.41 of the City of Slarke Zoning Director 25*20'58"W along said Westerly right of
REGISTER A PARCEL LAND CONTAINING 3.90 All Interested Individuals or firms feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof on August 2, 1990 at 7:30: p.m. at way line 65.96 f..t; thence run N
FICTITIOUS NAME ACRES MORE OR LESS AND LYING IN shall submit their proposals to Jim Dun way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun Slarke City Hall. 89*1'49" W 1098.68 feet; thence run N
Pursuant to S.ctlon 845.09. Florida THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST can Superintendent Bradford County N 0749"E along said Easterly right of The City of Starke Board of Adjustment 0014'58" W, 60.00 f..t to the Point of
Statute, notice I I. h.r.by given that the 1/4 OF SECTION 26 TOWNSHIP 5 School Board 582 North Temple/ way line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and hod previously scheduled this Beginning.IN .
undersigned CHUNG-LUN CHIANG. 800 SOUTH RANGE 21 EAST BRADFORD Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 by 3:00 the Point of Beginning; thence continueN hearing for July 19, 1990. WITNESS THEREOF I have executedthis
N. Temple Av.nu., Slarke, FL 32091 COUNTY FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING p.m., Monday July 23 1990. 07" 9' E along said Easterly right of This appeal concerns the granting of Notice and affixed the seal of this
ole owner doing business und.r the MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS Bradford County School Board way line 77.25 feet to an Iron pipe; an application to construct a crematory Court this 11th day of JUIy. 1990.
firm name of PEKING SEAFOOD. 800 N. FOLLOWS: Jim Duncan Superintendent thence leave said Easterly right of way on Lois 21 and 22 Enterprise Park RAY NORMANCI.rk
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 COMMENCE AT A CONCRtU MONUMENT Bradford County Schools line and run N 8930'00" E 202.07 feet to Starke, Florida zoned 1.1. Light In. of Court
Intends to register said fictitious name FOUND AT THE NORTHEAST COR- 7/12 2tchg 7/19 an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 dustrial. By: Tosher Allen
under the aforesaid statute. NER OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF NOR of the SW 1of SW 1/4; thence run S Those persons, groups or agencies Deputy Clerk
Dated this 10th day of July. A.D.. THEAST 1/4 FOR POB AND RUN SOUTH IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF 005ror W along said Easterly line who have Interests In properly adjacentto 7/19 2lchg 7/26; Cont. 537
1990 In Bradford County. 00 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 04 SECONDS THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe; thence leave or In close proximity to the proposedsite
7/12 4tpd 8/02 WEST ALONG THE EASTERLY BOUN- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA said East line and run S 89-39' W 211.47 or who have other evidence to present IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
DARY THEREOF 766.30 FEET TO AN CASE NO.: 90-71-CA feet to the point of beginning.at to the Board of Adjustment should JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
IRON PIPE ON THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY UNITED COMPANIES FINANCIAL public outcry to the highest and appear and be heard at the time and BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF THE ROW OF CR 225 (FORMERLY CORPORATION a corporation. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: place prescribed. CASE NO: 90391CA
REGISTER SR S-225)): THENCE SOUTH 80DEGREES Plaintiff o'clock Noon on August 15, 1990 at the Darrell O'Neal FREDA C. TEMPLE.
FICTITIOUS NAME 35 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST ALONG front door entrance of the Bradford Zoning Director Plaintiff,
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY 216.32 vs.MARY JANINE MANNING a single County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. 7/12 2lchg 7/19, Cont.No 527IN vs.
Statutes FEET TO AN IRON PIPE IN THE Dated June 28 1990. ROBERT LEE TEMPLE JR. and
notice Is hereby given that the woman If living MARY WILLINGHAM, a : THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH .
undersigned DONALD L. HARDEN. singlewoman or If said Defendants are JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BROOK 408 N. Orange Street Stork., DRAINAGE DITCH: THENCE NORTHERLY deceased their respective unknown United State Marshal BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Defendants.
FL 33091 sole owner doing business ALONG THE CENTER LINE OF SAID DITCH heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, Middle District of Florida CASE NO.90-68-CA NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
under the firm name of FLORIDA HEART THE FOLLOWING BEARINGS AND creditors, (tenors and trustees, and all Ralph J. LeeAssistant FARMERS AND DEALERS BANK : DEFENDANTS ROBERT LEE TEM-
APPRAISALS 408 N. Orange Street other persons claiming by, through a Florida banking corporation.
Stork., Florida 32091 Intends to register MINUTES 54 SECONDS WEST 387.88 FEET; under or against the named Defendants, Attorney Plaintiff, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the institution -
said fictitious name under the aforesaid THENCE NORTH 14 DEGREES 10 MINUTES COUNTY OF BRADFORD STATE OF Attorney for Plaintiff of this action by Plaintiff
statute. 30 SECONDS EST 243.17 FEET; THENCE FLORIDA JOHN DOE and JANE DOE 7/l24tchg 8/02.: Cont. No. 514 vs.JOHN GREGORY GRIFFIS and against you seeking to quiet title on the

Dated this 5th day of July. A.D.. 1990 NORTH 13 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 20 and all other persons In possession of RICHARDSON OIL COMPANY. INC.. following described property in Bradford
In Bradford County SECONDS WEST 185.78 FEET TO AN subject real property whose names are IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH a Florida corporation County Florida to-wit:
7/12 tpd 8/02 IRON PIPE LOCATED ON THE NORTHERLY uncertain JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Defendants. Commencing at the Northeast corner
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 Defendants. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA of Intersection of Broadway and Hoyt
hereby that
REGISTER DEGREES 34 MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant AMERICAN GYPSUM DEALERSOF final given pursuantto of run Easterly along the North side of Hoyt
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY. summary judgement Street a distance of 105 feet to a Point of
FICTITIOUS NAME to Final Judgement of Foreclosure GAINESVILLE foreclosure dated July 11, 1990. enteredin
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 229.0 FEET TO THE POB. entered In this cause In the Circuit Court a Florida corporation. the above styled cause I will sell to Beginning, thence run Northerly parallel
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the more commonly known as Route 1, of the Eighth Judicial Circuit I will sell Plaintiffvs. the highest and best bidder for cash at with Broadway Street 105 feet thence
undersigned THOMAS RAY SUTTON RR Box 2175 STARKE FLORIDA 32091. the following property In Bradford County the front door of the Bradford County run Easterly parallel with Hoyt Street a
2. Box 990 (Hwy 16 West), Starke, FL This action has been filed against you Florida: SHIRLEY FRANK JOHNSON and Courthouse In Starke, Bradford County distance of 52% feet thence runSoutherly

32091 sole owner doing business under and EDWARD D. KASTER AND Lots 5 and 6, Block 7. CORILOTTA according CAROLYN NORTON JOHNSON a/k/a Florida at 11:00: a.m. on August 14, feet and parallel with Broadway
Street 105
the firm name of BIG T, RR 2, Box 990 LOURETHA P. KASTER HIS WIFE; to the map or plot thereof as H. JOHNSON 1990 the following described properly: to Hoyt Street thence run
(Hwy 16 West) Starke, Florida 32091 Intends JACKSON N. GUICE JR., and you are required recorded In Plat Book 3, page 14 of the Defendants. A parcel of land situated In the East Westerly Street 52'1I..t along the North side of Hoyt
to register said fictitious name to serve a copy of your written Public Records of Bradford Co'mty NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 445 feet of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of to the Point of Beginn
under the aforesaid statute. defense, if any to It, on SHAPIRO A Florida.at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 13 Toownshlp 8 South Range 22 ing.YOU
Dated this 2nd day of July A.D., 1990 FISHMAN Attorneys, whose address Is public sale, to the highest and best a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated East Bradford County Florida; said ARE REQUIRED to file your written .
In Bradford County. 7077 Bonneval Road, Suite 450 Jacksonville bidder for cash at the Bradford County July 9. 1990 and entered In Civil CaseNo. parcel being more particularly described defenses, If any to this action with
Florida 32216 on or before of the of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for
August Courthouse 90-207-CA Circuit Court
7I124tpd 8/02 Starke, Florida jn August as fallows: Begin at SW corner of lot 32 Bradford
2, 1990 and file the original with the 9, 1990 between 11:00: a.m. and 2 p.m. Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Brad. of KEYSTONE OAKS, as per plot thereof County Florida and serve a
clerk of this court either before serviceon DATED this 9th day of July. 1990. ford County Florida wherein copy thereof upon the attorney for the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 48 of the Plaintiff who Is
Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately AMERICAN GYPSUM DEALERS OF
RAY NORMAN public records of Bradford County,
thereafter; otherwise a default will be Clerk Circuit Court GAINESVILLE INC., Is Plaintiff and R. HOBBS JR., Esquire
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Florida and run S 8911'lO" E along the
R. Hobbs
Johnny Jr. P.A.
entered against you for the relief Tosher SHIRLEY FRANK JOHNSON and
BRADFORD COUNTY By: Allen Dep. Clerk South line of said KEYSTONE OAKS P.O. Box 938
CASE NO.: 90-236-CA demanded In the Complaint. 7/12 2tchg.7/19; Cont. 525 CAROLYN NORTON JOHNSON a/k/a S_ 395.85 feet; thence run S 00%I4S8" E, Starke, Florida 32091
hand and seal of this
DIVISION: GENERAL WITNESS my Franklin Johnson and Carolyn H. 659.97 feel to the South line of said Sec- ((904)) 964.5700
Court on the 2nd day of July 1990. UNITED STATES COURT Johnson Defendants I will sell thehlgh..t "
DISTRICT are to 17'34"
CENLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK tion 13; thence run N 89 W, along not later than August 20, 1990.
RAY NORMAN MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA and best bidder for cash the
at said South line of said Section 13 a
Plaintiff DATED this 12th of
day July 1990.
Circuit and County Courts JACKSONVILLE DIVISION East door of the Bradford County Courthouse distance of 395.86 feet to the SW cornerof
vs. By: Carol Williams, Dep. Clerk Court No. B9.732.Clv.J-12 In Slarke Bradford RAY NORMAN
EDWARD D. KASTER AND LOURETHAP. County said East 445 feel of the SE 1/4 of SW Clerk of the Circuit Court
SHAPIRO S FISHMANFla. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Florida within the legal hours of sale
1/4; thence run N 00'104'5B" W along the
KASTER HIS WIFE; JACKSON N. By: Tasher Allen Dep. Clerk
GUICE JR. IRWIN LUXTON a/k/a Bar No. Plaintiff which are 11:00: a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on West line of said East 445 feet to a
; 7/194tchg8/09. Cant 538
IRWIN LUSTON 90-1464 J vs. the 21st day of August 1990 the follow distance of 660.71 feet to the Point of :
Defendants( ) 7/12 2tchg 7/19; Cont. 522 JOHN N. GOODMAN, DIANE C. ing described property as set forth In Beginning said parcel containing 6.000 ---

NOTICE OF ACTION GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES said Summary Final Judgement of acres more or I....
NOTICE and DESSIE JACKSON Foreclosure, being situate In Bradford Together with an easement for
IRWIN LUXTON A/K/A IRWIN Bradford County School Board Is announcing Defendants. County Florida to-wlt: utilities and general road purposes Prophecy
: Its Intention to employ a State NOTICE OF SALE Beginning at the Intersection of the across a 60 foot strip of land situated In 2138 N.

LUSTON Residence unknown If living including Certified Technical Analyst as Consultant Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto South line of Lot 5, Block "A", MOUNT Section 13, Township B South Range 22 Pastor W.T- Laney
to complete Technical Assistance. a Default Judgementenlered on June PLEASANT ON SILVER LAKE according East,", Bradford County Florida said
< unknown of-the said '" 964-7712
any spouse Audits for the school district. The 19, 1990. by the above entitled Court In to plat thereof recorded In Plot Book 2, easement being more particularly ..
Defendants If either has remarried andIf -- SERVICESterun <<
estimated Federal Grant for this project the above styled cause, the und.r.lgnedUnited page 45, Bradford County Public described as follows: Commence at the
Defendants ... ....
either both of said are 10 am & 6
or and the estimated .y. pm
dead their respective unknown heirs, Is 9277.00 percentof Stales Marshal or any of his dulyauthorlz.d Records, with the Easterly rightofwayline SW comer of lot 32 of KEYSTONE OAKS lues. .... ....... .. .12 Noon
Federal funding Is 50%. deputies will sell the of State Road No. S-2I-A; thence run thereof recorded in Plat Book
devisees. assignees, property a. per plat Wed ... . .. ..- .7:30 pm
grantees and all Proposals submitted by Interested Individuals situate In Bradford County Florida In a Northerly direction along the Easterly Thurs.......... ....12 NoonCHURCH
creditors, Jlenors, and trustees, or firms shall contain but not described as: right-of-way line of State Road No. Come Worship With Us Frl .. . . . .. 7:30 pm
other persons claiming by through be limited to the following: A parcel of land lying In the West One S-21-A a distance of 175 feet; thence run
under or against the named 1. Experience with Florida school Half of the SW 1of the SW 11401 Section South 62*19' East a distance of 146.5 BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCHComer S
Defendants( ); and the aforementioned districts In completing Technical feet thence South 4950
22 Township 6 South Range 22 ; run East a Christian
of Pratt and
numed Defendants( ) and such of the Assistance Audits In the Institutional East Bradford County Florida said distance of 125.8 feet (more or less) to OF GOD

aforementioned unknown Defendantsand Conservation Program through the parcel being more particularly describedas the waters of Silver Lake. Thence run Sun. School 9:45: am 423N.Sc.CUir a 964-5443
such of the aforementioned Florida Governors Energy Office.; follows: Southwesterly along the waters of Silver Sun. Morning Worship 11.00: am
unknown Defendants as may be Infants, 2. Evidence of State Certification. Commence at the Southwest corner of lake to Intersect the South line of lot 5. Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm Pastor David Pleasant
Incompetents or otherwise not sul juris. 3. Professional Information' on Individual said Section 22 and run Easterly along {Sold distance being 43 feet at the high i Wed. Night Service 7.00pm: Wa Invite you to worship with la
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action or staff scheduled to perform the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 water line); thence run West along the Attended Nursery

has been commenced to foreclose a audits. feet more or less, to the Easterly boundary South line of Lot 5 to the Point of Beginn Pastor Ronald Hannah Sundsy School __?.?__. 10 m
mortgage on the following real property 4. Information from past audits In successfully of Old Lawtey Road thence North Leshuk Morning Warship -?____?. lira
lying and being and situated In BRAD obtaining Energy Conservation 00'07' East along said Easterly boundary ing.DATED this 9th day of July 1990.RAIJJORMAN. Asst. Pastor John Evening Sirvtco .?.__- .?. Spot
FORD County Fla.rlda. more particularly Grant Funds. 700.00 feet to on Iron pipe on the Pmckiming The flood The Book Blessed Hope W""dn Uy Youth .......................... 730pmEyeglass :


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(4. St. John Missionary Baptist will ohserve-Men and Women1 Day Sunday .
ta ,July 22. II a.m. speaker will be Missionary Klurwico. 1A.'Cuf Aluchua.
3 p.m. speaker will ho conducted by novo Mack..Kdwards and the
Magnolia Baptist Church of itaifnrd. The public is cordially invited to at-

Gnann Going Lend.Prayer service for community revival will\ begin Monday July :30

r- through Friday, Aug. 3 at St. John.
To Nationals Community Revival will be held at St. John Missionary Baptist. txglnning -
? wD? 1 ui. Monday, Aug. 6 through Aug. 10. Messenger will be Itcv. Joe Ccpnus
Johnson, pastor of Ebcncxcr: Missionary Baptist Church, llallandale, r I*,
2nd in StateJill
Vacation Itiblc School Set

At First Church of
Gnarm, 10-year-old Starke Baptist LawtcyThe
youth, will soon be winging her way First Baptist Church of lawlcy will have 1U annual Vacation Bible
to Lincoln Nebraska to compete Ju- School this year from July 23 through. the 27th. The school starts each,
ly 24 on the national level of the night at T p.m. and ends at B ,p.m.
Junior Olympics. Classes for all ages range from 2 years old through 19 years of age.
Gnann qualified for the national Craftwork Includes work in ceramics woodwork l-shirt designs, and
competition after making a top paper work for the younger ages. There will be six classes.

showing at the state competition Ju- ,,. ,, .. Commencement exercises will be on Sunday July 29a t 7 p.m. in the
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ly 13. Gnann placed second in the 100 church
meters third In the long jump and Dixie Youth Majors All-Stars... church is located on Adams Street In Lawtey, the street behind the
fourth in the 200 meters.A Elementary School three blocks of US 301.
first, second or third place at The top players In Bradford County's 11-12 year old KSP) Employee's Club> ; Melt Mingo. FSP Employee' After bible school expenses, the entire offering raised will go toward
state makes an athlete eligible to Dixie Youth Major baseball league amen their way to Club; David Prescott Carla's Sandwich Shop; Dominique getting Rev. Don Davis and his family to the mission! field which costs
compete in that event on the national district competition against Columbia County In lake Barber FSP EC) Saul Urrutia Carla's Sandwich 12000. We are hoping to raise $500. Last year we raised $800. They are
level, so Gnann will be representing City Friday. July ZO, at 7:3 p.m. Shop: Edward:: Baker, Mosley Tire Service; Brad missionaries to the Falkland Islands off the South America continent.
Florida in the 100 meters and long The best player from each of Bradford County's Bishop. FSP EC; Tim Crew. FSP EC. and Head Coach Each night a well-rounded program Includes a 30-minute( bible lesson, a
jump on the national level. Dixie Youth Major team were chosen to comprise the Tim Crews. 30-minute craft project, a refreshment time of cookies and Kool-Aid and
Gnann a first year competitor in All-Stars who will face Lake City la district. competition Mlddlcmin back: Coach Mike Plant. an excellent musical time with Kristi McNeill.
track and field events, plans to con- beginning Friday. District winner go on to state Front row, l-r: Shaun Bergin, Starke Recreation The public is cordially Invited to attend. Rev. Grayson McNeill! is
tinue competition on track teams at competition.Seen Center; Brad Barber Joan's Fashion; Jason Wilkinson pastor of the church.
Bradford Middle School and Brad- here porting brand-new uniform provided by FSP EC; Jason Norman Gary Oliver. Wayne
ford High School. generous sponsor are district-bound player and their Davis Starke Roe Center; Terrence Tyson. FSP EC;
She is the daughter of Cherrie and coaches. Back row. ,1-rt Coach Robert Norman Kevin Green Western '
Don/ Gnann of Starke. !". ".... w...l.>... .nnmmrrd by Fl w+*. ..<... Prison .9L.... 9. $&. 9 Y.s.c.
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With a 8-3 record the Royals lead Wilkerson. Leading the Twins going 3for4was bishop. J.11 S. 1190ILICTION
the Jr. Softball League sponsored by Leading the Royals going 3-for-3 Dennis Jackson. Going 3-for-3
the Starke Recreation Department.Team was Jason Bennett. Getting two hits was Matt Odom. Getting two hits Yankees 19 Braves 3

standings: were Michael Sutton Cory Goetz- were Trent Patterson Drew Wainwright The Yankees outhit the Braves I, V..... D. Sllci, Mr.r-Co..S..S..r.I tk* Cltff
Royal. .. . . . . . 8-3 man Mitch Ames, and LeAnn Rhiannan Bott, Billy Moss, 32-11 and won 19-3 Monday July 16. St rk., rlorl<., kf ci..o.I tk. ..ekcrlty ...t.. '
A'. . . . . . . . 7.3 Carlton. Morgan Fill, and Jacob Ferguson: Leading the Yankees going 6-for-6 !. .. .? I... 4o k.r.kr call for a First ..ta.ry lectio ,
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Cub.. . .. . . . . . 4.7 The Yankees outhit the Cubs 16-12 The A's outhit the Cubs 29-8 and Andy Redding Kenneth Wain- puryoc clcctlM t\-foll.vi.t
Twin. . . . . . . .3.7 but the Cubs won 10-9( Thusday July won 17-1 Friday July 13. wright, and Travis Stacey. Going CITY COHMISSIOIII BISTIICT I
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Upcoming... the Cubs going S-for-3 wa Brandy Lewis Jason McMillan Stacey. Getting two hits was v.
Michael Pusateri. Getting two hits Amanda Welch, and Adam Mar- Brian Kelley. rot 8&U ILICHOMlLOCILLI
All morning games are played at were Jonathan Elder and Sean chese. Going 3-for-4 were Shawn Leading the Braves going 3-for-4 GODVI RUUADIN5 HILT
Pratt Street Field." All night gamesare Phillips. Muse and Stefan Nichols. were Nikki Jackson Phillip Pom- NtlGAIBT Moot CLARA COLSO
played at Edward's Road Field. Leading the Yankees going 3-for-J Leading the Cubs going 2-for-2 was bier and Matthew Rittman. IAT1ICI JACISOILiOIt OLBfA AIDMIIOOCBTTA
Fri. July 20: Cubs vs. Braves at 9 was Travis Stacy. Getting two hits Jonathan Elder. JOCIBL rays TIOMTOI
a.m. Yankes vs. A's at 30 a.m. Twinsvs. were Andrana Hamm, Nakisha LOCI VIITB

Royals at 11 a.m. Williams Kim DeSue, and Tony Royals 25 Braves 6 Royals 20 Cubs 7
Mon., July 23: Braves vs. A's at 11 Reddish. the outhit the Cubs 27-15 ALTIIIATIStILISI
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a.m.Thurs. The Yankees outhit the Twins was Cory Goetzman and Mitch were Michael Sutton and Mitch
., July 26: Royals vs. 47-20 and won 34-10 Friday July 13. Ames. Going S-for-Swas Jason Ben- Ames. Going 4-for-6 was Keith (AT cams
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Leading Andrana Brian going 4-for-6 Michael Sutton. Taylor. 3-for-3 was Shalen I. T..ti...r vh....f, I k....it. .nkserlk aa.... '
A's 13 Royals 12 were Hamm Kelley Going was Goetzman. Going ..*.e.... tk. 10.1 .f tk. City to be k.r...to .I'S..4 tkl3r .
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David Paul Brooks. Getting two hits Wainwright, and Amanda Stacey. was Phillip Pombier. Getting two Phillips. Getting two hits was Josh ATTEST-
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With a 14-2 record and only four Kevin Thomas Randall Polk,James The Dixie Boys"
games to go the First Baptist Churchof Whitehead, and B, Hammond. Getting
Lawtey leads the Men's Church two hits were Bill Hamilton, J. Baseball All-Stars... .
League sponsored by the Starke Chance Billy Heavner, and Colby Members of the All-Star, learn are
Department.Team Smith. (l-ri
Leading the Church of God going Kneeling: Brian Melvlnbat boy),

P. eopist! Standings. ... ....:.i..... .. .. .,''..2Flrot Greg 4-for-4 Harmon.were Aaron Going Matthews 3-for-4 was and Scott Clellan Jones Steve,Chris Lewis McLeod, .Jason,Josh Dodd Mc-

Fr..byt.rlan,..,.. .... .|o-7 Dwayne Allen. Getting two hits and Jimmy Brown., :
... ..... . .
Staff .. .. .. |Q.| were Kyle Harrison, Doug Bennett Standing Coach Rene, Melvin,
Air Pork ... ,.......,..... .. ... .7.8 Mike Ronqville. Roy McKinney,and: l< "nxo Gilmore, Anthony' MvNeal,
First Mvrhodlit. ,.. .,.;. .. .. .. ..7.10 Matthew Ciirlton. Coach Charles Mclxrnd.Vinnie ,
Church of Cad ....... .. .. .2-IS Brian Smith, Tory Kitties, Bryan Blye ,
Scott and Coach
Kiirclrn MeItalian. -
Upcoming... F.B. or Law. 9 Stars 8 Nut pictured: Span Davis.
The Church League and Men's ,
The First Baptist of Lawtey oulhit
League play games with each
other the Stars 13-6 and
won 9-8 Thursday,
because there aren't
enough teams July 12.Leading.
in either league., All
games are
played at the Edward's Road Baptist going 3-for-3
was Donnie Wise. Going 2-for-4 were

Thurs. July 19: First Baptist and Davy Kelley Norman Dyal and, Larry Steve Campbell.Turbyfield, -....-..- - ""
Air Park at 7:30: IB H M m '" -
p.m. Presbyterianvs.
Getting one hit each for the Stars
First Methodist at 8:45: p.m. were Donnie Francis
Craig Wise,
Mon.July 23: Stars vs.Air Park at Ashley Alday, Ken Carlton Jamie HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSDeerfoot
7:30: p.m. First Baptist of Lawteyvs. Bowen, and Tommy Balkcom.
Church of God at 8:45: p.m.
Tues.July 24: Air Park vs.Church Pres. 14 A.'Park 6
of God and Stars vs. Presbyterian at The Center 964.6946
Presbyterian Church outhit
7:30 First Methodist
: p.m. vs. First
Baptist of Lawtey. Air Park 19-5 and won 144 Thursday -
July 12.
F.Mcth. 25 C.O.G. 14 Leading First Presbyterian going
3-for-5 were Buddy. Paterson and
The First Methodist outhit the Larry Paterson. Going 3-for-4 was GRE096P223IFT
Church of God 30-22 and won 25-14 Tim Lewis. Getting two hits were
Thursday, July 12. Jamie Thrift, Terry Vaughn and
Leading First Methodist going Matt Herres. FOR THECAMPER
S-for-6 was Jason Polk. Going 4-for-5 Leading Air Park going 2-for-4 .
wan Allen Wood. Going S-fnr-5/ were was Lonnie Olive Jr.

Suns Shining with 6-3 $ CE We bring good things lo life.
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With a 6-3 record the Suns lead the Smith, Josh Touciuuti, and Justin Black and Sliver 7-2SSS colorl'Dnn&n1 __
Small Fry Softball League spon-. Hall. Getting two hits were Charles --
sored by the Starke Recreation' Johnson, Jesse Colston Tim Lee, '.------.-"-- -
Department. Julie McMillan, and Justin Maust. : l

Sum Team. ..Standings.. .. ... ....:.... .. .. .....7.4 Reds 14 Suns 8 General' Electric'beat', .'',..,' ;,
Tlg.r.... .... ....... ..... ......7-3-1 The Reds outhit the Suns 22-18 and LT as sound long-range quality reception .
R.d. ... .. .. .. ..... .. .. ... ..5-4-1 won 144 Thursday, selectivity and station I,
Plratoi.. ........ .. .. .... . ....'.".7 Leading the Reds July, 12. 3-for-3 separationHigh _- '' ,",
Gator...,.... .. .. .... .. ....3-1 were Mark Odom and going Jeremy
McRae. Going 3-for-4 were Phil Performance
Upcoming... Sellers and Matthew Hull. Getting
All morning games are at Pratt two hits were Cory Chappell, Adam FM/AM Portable Radio with
Street Field. All night!\ games are Wainwright, and Evan Hardee. two-speaker sound
Edward's Road Ballfield. Leading the Suns going 3-for-3 $6995
FISHER RACK SYSTEM .Two ipulw performance:6W hiph-..ensitivlspeaker
Tues. July 24: Suns vs. Gators at 9 were Chad Mercerr Chris Olin and .
plus plezo tweeter Tuned on FM
a.m. Tigers vs. Reds at 10 a.m. Jared two hits were
AM/FM Tuner Dual I Deck Turntable end AM e Ceremlo'IF filter plus 711'tuned circuit
Wed., July 25: Pirates vs. Tigersat Jamaal Chandler and Kyle Hannah. $399'Tapa e Swltcrwble AFC on FM Separate ben,treble,
11 a.m. Gators 23 Pirates 11 Reg. loudness control.2
Thurs. July 26: Suns vs. Reds at 9 The Gators outhit the Pirates 31-19 ALE .Ir.lonllanllnnll
a.m. Gators vs. Pirates 10 a.m. and won 23-11 $00.00ftfeet((38-FM whip and 7W rod)
Thursday, July 12. e Precision vernier tuning
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Leading the Gators ging 4for4were
Suns Gators 14
18 Ron Whitehead, Aaron Wood-,
j i The Suns outhit the Gators 29-21 fin, and Lindsey Sheffield. Going.rot"3loM i. ,;0.)1 bishrA,: oJIr.J '' '/I'

and Leading wun UHf the Suns Tug.iil.iy.'Jtrfy-Mt-tptwirn going Mor-4 was, O.J.were Starling.Andrew Going Wlnnlnghamland 3-for-3 was ,NO ]1)m :"_ lIefM! ?? t'the Kids 'a Free-Movie'

Jamaal Chandler. Going 4-for-5 Keith Warren. Getting two hits were
were Chad Mercer and Latoya Adam Hudson,William Atwood,and - -- - - -- -
Chandler. Going 3-for-4 were Kyle J.R. Goetzman. ****MOVIE SPECIAL**** ; COUPONFREE :
Hannah, Chris Olin, and Dane Leading the Pirates going 3-for-3
Stephens. Getting two hits were were LaToya Chandler, Star Pitt-
Kenny Hannah, Ryan Marchese, man, and Chris Hobbs. Gelling two : MOVIE rJ
James Ross and Jarett Dukes. hits were Will Hobbs,Kenny Cooley, RENT 3 GET 3
Leading the Gators going 3-for-3 Joshua Hodges, and Mike Schlof I z 8
were Aaron Woodfin, John Ryan man. NAME _
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Tillman, and O.J. Starling. Gettingtwo FREE ; o;
hits were Ron Whitehead, Josh Suns 19 Pirates 18 01
Crews, Zak Stephens, and Adam The Pirates outhit the Suns 28-26 That's 6 Movies IU ADDRESS' ZI;
Hudson. but the Suns won 19-18 Tuesday,July
Reds 18 Tigers 4 17.Leading the Suns going 3-for-3 for' $5.50 + tax : PHONE :

The Reds outhit the Tigers 27-13 were Steven Browning and James I Good Tues., Wed.__& Thurs. I
and won 18-4 Tuesday July 10. Ross. Going 3-for-4 -
were LaToya
p- - - - - - -
Leading the Reds going 4-for-4 was Chandler, Jeremy Rlioden, Kyle
Matthew Hull. Going 3-for-4 were Hannah, Chris Olin, and Jamaal
Phil Sellers, Don Thornton, and Chandler. Getting two hits was
Mark Odom. Going 3-for-3 were Jarett Dukes. SUPER BUYS OF THE WEEK!
Evan Hodge and Jeremy McRae. Leading the Pirates going 4-for-4 ,
Getting two hits were Adam Wainwright were Melissa Pusateri and Thomas
Christy Reed, Mark Casey. Going 3-for-3 were Mike
Padgett, and Sam Roberts. Schlofman. Going 3-for-4 were Dave
Leading the Tigers 'going 3-for-3 Schlofman,Star Pittman,and Aaron
was Justin Hall. Getting two hits Tetstone.Getting two hits were Jen-
were Timothy Lee,Charles Johnson, Brad Muse, Josh SHIMTOM VCR $
and Julie McMillan. Hedges, and Chris Hobbs. x 199STEREO
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The Pirates outhit the Tigers 30-28 The Tigers outhit the Gators 20-18
and won 21-16 Wednesday, July r-4 and won 13-8 Tuesday, July 17. (
Leading the Pirates Leading the Tigers going 3-for-3 VCR
were ..William Thomassen, Aaron were Phillip Sellers, Justin Hall, 0 _____ 299
Tetstone, and Thomas Casey. Get Tim Lee, and Michael Blakenship. -- NK
ting three hits were Josh Blackburn, Getting two hits were 'Julie
Brett Reddish,and Mike Scholfman. McMillan, Josh Touchton, and Reg. $399
Getting two hits were Dave Schlof- Justin Maust. .+ #7575.Remote
man,Justin Adkins,Joshua Hodges. Leading the Gators going 3-for-3 On
and Chris Hobbs. were Andrew Winningham, Lindsey Screen
Leading the Tigers going 4-for-4 Sheffield, and Joshua Crews. Get- .4 Event
was Magie Austin. Getting three ting two hits were Ron Whitehead, .lYr Timer
Reddish, Brandon Jennifer Frees,and John Goetzman. 1
hits were .Pam J 110 ch Cable
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Rascals 71
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I To Meet Critters and. 'PeepsWith

a 5-0 record the Rascals lead Rascals 28 Peeps 18 !
the T-Ball League sponsored by the Rascals outhit the Peeps 31-23
Starke Recreation Department.Team and won 28-18 Monday,July 16. NO 7J

Rowale ..Standings,.........:.............. 7-s Leading the Rascals going 3-for-3 DOWN NO
'.epl....,..........". .........." were Melanie Reed Levi Lee Jamie / 4 r416 DOWNPAYMENT
Critter .................".......*-' Snit, Islah Branton Destiny Kelly, | PAYMENT '
Zonker,..........................0-7 Thomasen Robert Josh Rehberg.Blackburn William,and Ben wac ]

Hlghtower. Getting two hits was wac
Katie Rehberg.. d26 $36
Upcoming... Leading the Peeps going S-for-S '
All games are played at the Pratt were Joshua McKinney and Michael / $77
Street Recreation Complex.Mon. Winningham. Getting two hits were
., July 23: Peeps vs. Zonkers Shannon DeBlock, Dustin Smith permo. .
at 9 a.m.: Rascals vs. Critters at 10 Paml Martin Austin Carter Derek per mo,.
Browning,Dusty. Griffis, Daniel
a.m.Wed..,July 25: Zonkers vs.Critters Roling.
at 9 a.m. Peeps vs. Rascals at 10
Zonkers 28
Critters 29 -
The Critters and Zonkers tied their
Rascals 34 Zonkers 26 hits 29-29 but the Critters won 29-28
The Rascals outhit the Zonkers Monday July 16.Leading BIG SCREEN THEATRE
38-37 and won 34-28 Wednesday,July the Critters going 3-for-3 [CONVENIENT ON- REEN DISPLAYS Advanced
were Zachary Hull Jaime Register, technology on-tcroen displays
11.Leading 3-for-3 Christy Vickery, Harrison Pearson Itoo-alomenl maids
the Rascals going | 38-buttM TV/VCH romoto black picture screen
Justin Johns,Jesse Alvarez, Travis
Hodges, Melanie Reed,
were Ryan Lowery, Chandler, Jared Johns and Klley MTS Stereo sound : Comb filter "-
William Ben Highlower Thomassen, Josh Alvarez. Getting two hits was Matt 8-ack| audio/Video/ monitor panel $599 MTS Stereo sound with SAP

.Blackburn, and Robert Rehberg. Coleman., i .147-ehaMOl e'ble- ompilble tuner dbi else reduction
the Zonkers 4-for-4
Zonkers going 3-or-3 Leading going .
Leading the 147-channsl ciblo-eompstlblo tuner
Schlofman. Brittany were Brett Reddish,Laura Reddish, $1 699
Johns.were Dave Ashley Crawford Chris and Dave Schlofman. Going 3-for-4 .Slack| monitor panel
Welch. Jamie Patterson Andrew were Laura Detlefll n, Randall TV/VCR remote control
McRae.Eric Carter Lisa Detlefsen. Wheeler, Phillip Sellers, Chris Ml Is I rselstenl tiKtmirt d Its.NM.J"idIIIIIII1IIJ .
Will Hobbs. Lauren Detlefsen. Brett Welch,and Erie Carter Gelling two

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If It has always been your dreamto ; I 1RLJM
represent the USA in world-wide REGAL SCOTCH E E Ul BOURBON N>tiRltq GOLD OR WHITE 750 9.99 SALE 1 3.99
athletic competition, then you would 99 ML2.00 '"..n 1 1 I. .1:00: sALNnla
be very envious of Freeman 3599 1499 Cg1PON
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Hampton Lake,has been competingin '
athletic events for practically his JB '\...GK D I.4Mll'- ..... TOM' SIMS EACUF* TAftKOV 1 '" IIEOEOMI.LIITREOIl1lR WITH THIS CUT.QUJ.:
entire life. This week all that hard 1 COUPON FOR
work has paid off as Register enjoys ,_..... rMwr" w urwrr 6 YR.88'KENTUCKY SCOTCH VODKA 1 $1 .00 OFF
an honor of which few can boast. He SCOTCH SCOTCH WHISKY
has traveled to Assen Holland, to EAERIS 1 4A
compete in Olympic-type events with 99 1 :"v'
disabled athletes from all the 2349 1199 1449 999 1 O "

Register has a form of cerebral CS. OF 6 $140.94 CS. OF 12 .5132,50 CS. OF 12.$172.95 es. OF 6 $83.94 CS. OF 8.5119.94 CS. OF 8.165.94 CONSUMER Otlw jKxxt on on to.pick
palsy known as ataxia. Cerebral ol OnXicn Premium Boar
palsy (CP) usually strikes during or Johnnie >e.. fJJISCHMAN S limit m mutant PM !I IKMMIKM oltogil Vad ip only BFkxldi
soon after birth and is incurable. tty R6LSKA. Grants
Ataxia is a form of the disease which PREFERRED
affects a person's ability to maintainhis Walker Sark VODKA -
balance. 86. PROOF BLEND
Although CP has made things 99 49 99 '9 999
more difficult for Register than for 12O 21 r 12 649 BUSCHXIGHT
most athletes, he is living proof that ML L1. LTR. LTR. 1i i NATURAL LIGHT I
even difficult obstacles can be over A2 CS. OF 12.$77.88 CS. OF -$119.88
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come with hard work dedicationand
enthusiasm. The physical train SUITCASE
ing he participated in to help him
overcome his problems with balance 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 i'H1201 CANS

paid some unexpected dividends as '
he began to compete in sports, both nada n CANADIAN 9 5mimoft lv BEEFEATER: viv
on teams such as the EasUlde Rams WtM R
PREMIUM 8i.8c -
(Gainesville) wrestlers, and in solo BOMBAk WHITEBOTTLlNOTTHEPRIC
competitions such as running events 1.T518.99 SALE THE PREMIUM IS I IN THE 80 VODKA so0 PROOF GIN
in from the 100 meter dash LTR. ,8'l iII'III: wHiTD-E &BLUE
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cross country. Register lettered in g: 49 99 2299 atl'1.99' t6:1,
both wrestling and cross country at :,, 16.99 amA 13 115 1.75 LTR. 10 175 .. M 750 ML
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mother, Paula said his first
athletic competition occurred in Canadian" Stoli Schweppes BOODLES
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school when Freeman wn '
elementary Mist 80 VODKA
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rode a big-wheel in a wheel-a-thon. TONIC WAILER e 'T7 Gin COUNTRY CLUB

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has spent a lot of years running and LTR. ." ML ML
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achieved national and international 1299 ,
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recognition in various running %Y E WITH PURCHASE OF .7A9-" 110Es
events. CS. OF 6. $77.94 es. OF 12 $159.95 CS. OF 12.1131 88 STOLIbCC NAYA ti CS. OF.12,' $155.88 CS. OF 12.$113.88 .
Last year Register competed In
Minnesota at the national level witha
first place in the 800 meters, se- LORD Scngfnm's -;U FIEISCHMANN5.VODKA> i ,GObey's BURN
cond place In both 100 meters and CALVERT cnen: .DIl J\IJ:\I ?i GIN
cross country and a third place in IHlVJ..INJlrERvODr1 Gin. 17512.99 ,,
the 400 meters. Paula said cross CANADIAN SALE ;
country was a new event for him last LTR.-;.OCt S o."e.M oRAFT
year, but he enjoyed it so much that a i w 1299 1299 1299 9 99 12" \ 9 I
he Joined the Eastside cross country N:. f I- 120ECS.

team At the when Dutch he returned games Register to school.is ex- OF 6 $77.94 es. OF 6 $77.94 CS. OF 146.00 es. OF 8 .$59.94 -1 CS. OF 6 $77.94 es.V OF 6.578.95' o-PK CAN$

pected to compete in the 100 meters
400 meters and cross country. "The
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last said year Paula(in"It Minnesota was his)."best event *IL Carlo ran. : t. 6.49 Carlo Rossr.'as ."."."' LTR. 5.39 *Mumm's = 'ML 18.99 Glen-Ellen WRgedIRYC M 3.99 110R..,

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events like the discus throw, to
swimming competition and soccer. Black Tower LR:.1 CN M 3.99 Cella Lambrusco L6.49 Andrec D :M 2.99 *|Jordan lA"R IT 17.G9K

support Register along received the a way lot of from help and his *Graham ..:1:s; M 36.99 Riunile :::M00; L5.79, Korbel ....: o II. :M 9.99 Sebasllani 1 ....iOT 8.49 I MICHELOB

special parents help his from teachers an aunt and Claudia some 'JGouIeHercierre :. :. 1&.99 Mondavi"RssssaGlenEllen : ::::," L\. 8.99 Ton's := :K 5.79 Sebastian! 4.99 RED.,UOHT.DRY,DARK I

but Siders his, who accomplishments acts is coach and can tutor be, I JcdOl ". :M 5.99 ...:... L5.49 Cook's := :S 4.49 tlt61. $L Mlcbelll -=- :X 5.99 29 I

credited to no one but himself, said I jdmlel-Ttctinra 0e'Mm:,, :M 8.49 Inglenook = X 8.99 6-PKi m,;
Paula. '
"He's always had the motivation Itu 1m Uebhaumllch :M 4.49 Beringer '"::a K 5.49
himself. He Sebastiani I TAYUDR SLTITK R
was always willing to 5565605 150a..anen
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Paula joined her son Tuesday, Ju- "" fr
Chal. Du Glana :M 12.49 000. WHITE Gull l 2.99
ly 17, In Holland and she will finish 3000606 ZINFANDEL C0060 l .760:
out his 15 day stay there with """" Tee BRANDY
him. Moulon Cadet .MR. ML 5.99 /II' Glen-l leri e : 4.79
Siders accompanied Register to
Holland. Yalckenberg "=CN t. 4.49 > mss.. 1.S lendal-I cksoll :, K 9.49 9,9
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that he requested that she bring him M MBBMjlMMM
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countries of their competitors and e
America's flag is In MIR Vermouth 4.39 Sunrise Tequila Xi 12.99 o BUTLER SCOTCH
The he took whim Thurs-
dav was already depleted Tuesday.'We're Kahlua ,0.com... B ".93 fft COOLERS STYROFOAM '9

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mother Paula said, a statement QUART ..TR.I' .
which would seem unnecessary to
anyone speaking to her, since her
pride in her son Is obvious In both

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Governor Visits B-U on Campai, Trail with Starke Resident

, by Marcia Coodg owned by Starke Chevrolet-Olds at the Bradford County He rolled into Starke about 4 p.m. the Board of County Commissioners, officials and walk through the BHS
KT Stuff Writer Dealer Orian Wells. Fairgrounds.With Friday with Ken Teal of Teal Tile to a BHS student working at the gym,for which he recently approved
The hours of travel involved in "Governor Bob" was continuing 50 counties already visited and Carpet behind the wheel. Teal courthouse for the summer. I
keeping a grueling campaign his state-wide campaign tour last since June 4, Martinez U within had driven the Wanderlodge containing After leaving the courthouse,Mar Please See Governor SB
schedule were softened somewhat week with visits to both Bradfordand reach of his goal of visiting all 67 Governor Martinez,his wife, tinez traveled to BHS to greet school Page
for Florida Governor Bob Martinezas Union Counties, with a special Florida counties before the election, Mary Jane, and their staff from "
he traveled throughout North dinner and political speech "We've already been to some of their previous visit to Callahan to
Florida in a Bluebird nderlodge presented Thursday night, July 12, them twice," he noted. the Bradford County Courthouse in

,-" ''''.'-,----, ---,----,-.,..,..,'...------_._... "..- w '___'_"""" ',".",,"r-_ I Starke.Once at the courthouse, Martinez (,,:','',.'",'t', :..\,'' '.,
j toured all the offices,pausing to chat I '" ,"10 <.
with officials about various issues. '$ ,'''

rf: THE BEST SALE EVER Supervisor commented of that Elections Florida's Neva smaller Flynn :,; ', lirj:> ,

., counties sometimes feel forgotten. .' \ :
y "That's why I intend to visit all 67 :r. .
I counties," said Martinez, "I visiteda ', J..
city in one small county where ,
they said it was the first time in 30 :
years that a state candadate had ;
l1Jrmm! !! visited them."
tK 1/Dl/DlJf1 In the tax collector's office he ask- t _
ed how the Issuing of tags had gone
since the new rules had gone into effect ii
on July 1. He was told that
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things had gotten a little backed up .
before July 1, but that things had h.)
calmed down since then. ..
To State Attorney Len Register,he .
at Orlan Wells commented about the recent ft r' .i > !tw'b

restructuring of the policies used to .. I
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,; "\, :t;." 1C! assign prisoners. "There are some J' J
"C"" : ; <:' 1( ";):; 11 ," bad there ," < ' I'
I ''' t t people out (in prison) he ,,r
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2ijJ J1.> : '" iii'' .. ( j ";' L, :. said, "This was a tragic incident," .;.0 "" <
referring to that of the convicted ; ;i
1990 Chevrolet Silverado murderer who escaped from a work ).f/,' 11.
release position and killed a woman
recently. "But, unfortunately, it
sometimes it takes something like
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ter. I probably couldn't have done
what I did (reassign prisoners) "
unless something like this had happened. -
Loads w!,:dowa / $ 995 it." I would have been fought on .

Ttnte Martinez chatted with everyone -Gb ;;; -
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. I Starke Police Arrest 5 Juveniles lor tar, 'ilieitsby I

Carolyn Eav. were recovered, all damaged to tree,according to Major W.C.Reno. call Starke PD). A handgun found Uon and arrests were Chief Epos, Mack Short Jerry Feltner and Scott
BCT Staff Write some extent most had been wrecked. A 1990 Oldsmobile stolen from the was reported stolen from Port Major Reno.Lt.Kenneth Hinds,Jr.. A II." 1ALACHUA
parking lot of Telegraph was Orange In a 1966 burglary, said
five juveniles have been charged .The vehicles! stolen over the past recovered a week later In a ditch in Reno. .
with recent vehicle thefts In Brad- Several weeks Included two Hampton, the vehicle has been The juveniles range In age from 15 -
ford County. The four male and one Oldsmobiles two Cameros, one returned to the owner after repairs to 17 years all are In detention.The FORD
female have also been charged with Buick and a motorcycle taken from amounting to$3,000 were completed. habitual offenders in the group will
several counts of grand theft parking lots at VYinn Dixie Sampson Damage Included wheels out of line, be filed on as adults. .: NEW HOLLAND INC.
firearms and burglary of a dwelling Lake the Telegraph and BradfordHospItal. a dented fender and ripped wires. Additional charges of burglary are ,
according to Chief Jimmy Epps. The last Camero was the Also recovered in the possession of pending, Including one case involving I Alachua. FL
An Intensive investigation led tc least damaged since it was almost the juveniles were four rifles, three the vending machines at the 1-800-533-4737
the charges last week and the out of gas.The juveniles drove it into stolen In a Starke in May and one Starke Bowling Alley.
vehicles being fpun

. Prison Escapee... Refused to Have Fingerprints Taken I SERVICE

Prison escapee Larry Brent Thag- when he pushed Deputy Lee into r and fled from the courthouse. AI* ed Through a swampy area before e RENTAL...
gard may not be gone long but he metal door frame changed shirts liberty for several hours. he travel giving himself up on SR-100. -. -_ .
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gave an eventful goodbye July 10 In
the Alachua County courthouse.
Thaggard. who caused Deputy DISCOUNT
Gene Lee's fractured skull ADULT1 OFF CHILDREN
when he escaped from a holding cell $300 OFF
in the Bradford County Courthouse, NEW FOR
has a long criminal history and is 'AjL.
well known for his escapes. His appearance CAnTfTlYY4yP
in Alachua July 10 was to TIM
enter a guilty plea to burglary and
related charges, knowing it would ... FoRC /
mean a 25-year sentence as a
habitual offender.
According to an area newspaperd A MILLION GALLONS OF 3 .

the decided surprise he came would not allow the ___._ __. bailiff to take his fingerprints,part WATER FUN!
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Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders had to -- -
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with Thaggard who quickly had L'r
about six deputies on top of him.
Thaggard 46 was ther
transported directly to the prisor
system (North Florida Reception ;
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jail.Thaggard escaped Florida State E1.I 7HU _
Prison in 1989 only to be arrested In ::
Alachua County for trying to pawn
Jewelry valued at $10,000. He is a _
known cat burglar,having confessedto -
more than 100 burglaries across _
the nation. A six time entry in the _
Florida prison system,55 cases were _
cleared in Collier, 30 in Ocala and I
nine in Alachua involving burglary, ) _
Thaggard.He rape and.robbery, all attributed to --- CiT5

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answer charges for the FSP escape

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'by Carolyn Eaves Shirley Ann Wright, 30, was ar- Willie K.DeSue was arrested!July Robert Forest Brown, 20, was arrested released after a $500 surety bond driver's license (NVDL), accordingto
BCT SUN Writ.rRecent disorderly intox 12 for violation of probation, according July 16 on a capias for petit was posted. Patrolman Gorman.Bond was set
restedaccording to Patrolman P. to Deputy Smith. Bond was setat theft according to Deputy DannyTbrlit. at 1250.He was released on his own
ArrestsIn T. Gorman. Wright Is charged with $5,000. .Bond was set at$500; he was Charles Arthur Torode,47,was ar- recognizance.
Bradford CountyThe interferring by causing a distur- released on his own nlzance.Sandra' rested July 14 for DUI,according to
bance during a police Investigation.She Linda Annie Young 35, was arrested Patrolman Lyons. Torode's blood Charles I. Howell 27, of Orange
following arrest were made was released after a $250 surety July IS for retail theft,according Covtngton, 33, was ar- alcohol content was .27 percent. He Lake was arrested July 13 for
recently by local authorities. bond was posted. to Lt.Kenneth Hindi,Jr.Young rested July 16 for battery of a law en- was released after a $500 surety DWLS, according to Trooper D. C.
Is charged with stealing shorts ana forcement officer, resisting arrest bond was posted. Roberts. Bond was set at$215.25.
Steve Loren Trefetherr was arrested George Roberts Dillenger 49,was batteries from Wal-Mart. She was with violence,battery failure to appear -
July 14 for shooting into an occupied arrested July 13 on a capias forgrand released after a $250 surety bond (capias), according to Deputy Joseph Thornton, 21. of Union Renee Goodall, 33,of Trenton was
dwelling according to theft auto according to Deputy was posted. Michael>> County was arrested July 12 for arrested July 13 for failure to apear
Patrolman Scott Allen. Trefethen .s Gene Lee.He was released after violation of probation driving while for NVDL, according to Deputy
charged with firing shotgun at a $2,000 surety bond was posted. license suspended (DWLS), according Kinard Perry. She was released
TV set during an argument. Clinton Hill, 46,was arrested July Traffic to Deputy Smith. Bond was set after$120.25 cash bond wan"""t...t
Trefethen said he did not fire the Jessie S. Simmons 22, was arrested 16 for retail theft (third offense),according Terry Hugh Rhue, 46," was arrested at$120.25.John Man ChargedWith
shotgun according to the report. July 12 on a capias,accordingto to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. July 13 for driving under Influence
Bond was set at 2000. He was Deputy Gordon Smith. Bond was Bond was set at$500, he was released (DUD, according to Edward Kulbackt, 35, was Theft
released on his own recognizance.: set at 5000. on his own recognizance. Patrolman Robert L oni. He wan arrested July 13 for DUI. no valid From Pawn ShopA

-......... -- ." 25-year-old Chiefland man was
arrested July 16 for stealing jewelry
from Starke pawn shop.
r Police were called Monday afternoon -
to the Gun and Pawn Shop,
1 u. S.CHOICE ,, PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. -, -- US-301 north in Starke, where an
/ armed robbery was in progress.
+ JULY 19-25. 1990. v There was no armed robbery but
y i1 .. M QUANTITY RIOHTtRESERVED 11 there was a man stealing jewelry.He .
!% / had reached across the counter,
-..M..e. unlocked the case and stolen jewelry
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from the case, according to
Patrolman Stephen Smyth.
Curtis Leon Davis was charged
with theft, obstruction by disguised
person and violation of probation for
@ petit theft (from another county)
said Smyth. When apprehendedDavis

U.S. CHOICE BEEF WHOLE CRYOVAC FAMILY PACKCHUCK' Identification The Jewelry said was recovered.Smyth.
Davis was released after $1,025

SMOKED i FRYER WINGS surety One bond SentencedIn was posted.

Circuit CourtTwo

ROAST HAM THIGHS defendants received final
ft or disposition of their cases before
Judge James Tomlinson in Bradford
County Circuit Court July 9.

[ STORE with Ronald grand David theft,entered Sedgwick a plea charged or no

$ HOURS8A.M. contest was found guilty, sentencedto
$170 30 months in the Department of
Corrections, ordered to make $100
TIL restitution.
O sic Sedgwick also pled no contest to a
U P.M charge of violating probation for
_. burglary of a dwelling. His proba-
tion was revoked and he was
SLICED sentenced to 30 months concurrentwith
above case. Sedgwick has 51
LB. IBONE.LESS LB. FREE LB. days jail credit.

Ronald D. Waters pled no contest
3-LBS. or MORE LEAN 10-14 LB LESS A possession of drug paraphernalia,

GROUND CHUCK La. $198 WHOLE'URKES : L. 88 FRYER BREAST : : 298 was within ordered ten days.to pay The$50 court state costs will

dismiss a charge of grand theft.


t FRANKS or ... \ COOKEDHAM 1.. CHIPPEDMEATS To Meet July 20
.. II ; CfimmunitiSlalo': "". The extended grand jury will be
s BOLOGNA. COON I t (I insession July 20 and 27 to inquire In-
'T" I flankofSlarkf" to the excessive use of force at the
F 4 W Bradford County Jail.
gg y I ?-' $2993911I. THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: Alleged beatings administered to
12-oz. 12-oz. I Checking IVaveler s Checks Inmates at the county jail during the
PKQ. PKG. Savings Account Credit! Card Apphcat, o-s year will be Investigated by the
special grand Jury. Governor Bob
Loan Applications Monoy Orders
BONELESS Certificates of Deposit, Night Depository Martinez appointed State attorney
99 W-D CHOPPED MARKET STYLE Money Market Accounts Notary Public John Tanner of the Seventh Judicial
ROUND ROAST. u $999 LI.$990 Circuit to serve as legal advisor.The
SLICED FREE W-D BRAND u.a CHOICE WHOLE HAM . . LE SLICED BACON. HOURS: appointment was made at the re-
TRIMMED US.DA. INSPECTED MON-WED 9am-4pm: Silltl quest of State Attorney Len Registerof
BEEF MADISON BRAND TURKEY NECKS: THURS & Ffll 9am 6 p m I ; n.k\w.t\ the Eighth Judlcal Circuit who
$797 $169 ,ail.$580 SATURDAY 8 a m-2 p"' said he wanted to avoid any ap-
TENDERLOINS u CORN DOGS Ls or WINGS . LNG pearance of Impropriety In servingas
COMBINATIONPIZZA GOL PAKSNACK $|R99 Tanner SlllgnF"pala a attorneyBill
2 $600 $529 In, Maloney to interview witnesses
. JIJt WINGS }s FILLETS. . . summoned for the special session.
SIZEHARVEST The term of the grand jury that
served during the fall term, which
EVERYDAY expired May 14, was extended 90
LOW PRICE W PRICE Tomlinson In order to conduct the In-
s a.M vestigation.
PRODUCE Tanner was also asked to serve as
legal advisor Into the investigationof
so".e... : the disappearance and murder of
I L I 12-year-olMeghan Renaud. That
J" s Nature makes the produce. issue will not be addressed at this
s s WINN-DIXIE makes the difference grand jury session, according to
I Maloney, who gave no indication of
would be called
,1 : "t when the grand jury

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Fundraisers Set

For Oral Tanner,
Condition ImprovedSeveral

area functions are being p
planned as a fundraiser for burn vic-
tim Oral Tanner. 0
Tanner,who lived In Lawtey most
of his life, was injured July 7 when
the race car he was driving exploded. -
Thanks to quick thinking on the 1
? 4 part of drivers Rodney Brown and
Nick Reed and EMT Wayne,Tanner
was helped out of the car only
.seconds before the car blew.
Tanner was also helped by the fact -
i,. t t that the car came to rest at an angle, .
allowing the fuel to run down the
right side of the vehicle. The cars
have an on-board extinguisher that
had been pulled, but didn't make
much of an effect on a fire that In- _
These cars run on 118 octane super
Minor Injuries In July 10 Accident... hi-test leaded fuel which has a
Only minor Injuries were reported In another accident at Wal-Mart eaUuce oa US-MI.Frauds: Elizabeth superior burn Hash point, allowing it to
Downing was taken by Rescue to Bradford Hospital, according to Paramedic Cliff Chapman. fuel.four times faster than normalcar o.ay._
Downing<,driving a 198S Chevrolet pickup truck wa attempting to CTOM the MHrthbound Ian*of US-MI Tanner had the first of many 1 1I
when ho was struck: by*.outhbounJ 1988 Ford pickup driven by Tboraa* Freldah of Spring high.Damage surgeries Friday, July 13, and Is
to the two truck totalled $8.000 according to Patrolman SUM WUkenon.Downing wa cited for failureto recovering well. He wishes to thank -
yield right of way.Recent. everyone who prayed, sent cards, :sad Taste. oz-----
gave blood, time and money on his I water Cloudy,Hazy water
behalf. He wishes to give heartfelt i Red or Black stains I
Accidents in Bradford Countyby thanks to those people at the track Corrosion of Plumbing
who saved his life. 'Thanks again,
Carolyn Eaves guys," he said. I At Culligan, we have III I II II 1
sea On Saturday,July 28,beginning at I-I technology, equipment, and
leT. wrn.r 11 a.m. at the Lawtey Community capabilities to solve one,
Starke Man Critical before colliding with the Hyundai. according to Trooper Roberts. A School, there will be a $3.50twith or any combination of,
Following AccidentA Damage to the Hyundai and Pon- 1990 Chevrolet, driven by Dwight drasier. Plates will cost I water problems like these. I II
32-year-old Starke man remains tiac totalled $5,000 in the 5:08: p.m. Franklin Bonnette, started across your choice of barbecue chicken or
Culligan Man today for a
fish,baked beans and cole slaw.Tea I your
critical after he and his bike were accident. Markman was cited for CR-229 as the Datsun approachedthe
truck south of Starke on US-301 failure to yield from stop sign. Only intersection. The Datsun left the will be furnished and cola will be for I free water quality analysis.
June 20. Wayne Douglas Crawford is Markman received minor injuries, roadway to avoid the collison but sale.A.
In University Hospital in Jacksonville according to Roberts.At was struck In the left rear by the bake sale will also be held and
where his condition continues to Chevrolet, spun around and came to country music will be heard.A raffle I
be critical. 7:28: p.m. a one car accident one rest In the ditch. Bonnette Was:cited for a microwave will be held.
mile west of Starke on CR-100A led for failure to yield from stop sign, Tickets are $1 donation each or six
Local Fcntlei Benders
to a charge of driving under the in said Roberts. for$5 donation. I
Several accidents in the Bradford fluence. Damage was estimated to be O4W4aMi
County area during the past month Thomas Edward Stpierre 59 drivIng $4,000. e
involved only minor injuries and a 1986 Isuzi, was westbound on Dial Emergency I TrusrteExperts- I
minor property damage. CR-100A. As the vehicle approacheda July 15 a Ford pickup truck flipped ". -_"=" .
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right hand curve,the driver failedto onto the side after being
June 29 two vehicles were involved negotiate the curve, travelled to struck by another vehicle on
in a fender bender on SR-16. A 1986 the south shoulder, struck the ditch Madison St.
Hyundal, driven by Lu,\. ! Markman, was northbound on 180 degrees and overturned onto it's on SR-100 hit a 1986 Ford pickup that
Florida State Prison road, attemp- right side, according to Trooper failed to stop for the Intersection of .
ting to go west on SR-16, according Roberts. Stpierre was charged with Myrtle St., according to Patrolman
to Trooper Donald C. Roberts. An DUI in the accident. Jerry Feltner. The Ford, driven by
unknown vehicle came from the east Tommie Marshall demons, received -
., on SR-16, Markman stopped in the July 1 a two-vehicle accident on $1,600 damage. The Cherolet,
eastbound lane to avoid the vehicle, CR-225 resulted in damage to both driven by Debra Barber Bailey,
however she was In the path of a 1980 vehicles but no injuries.A received $1,200 In damages.
Pontiac.The Pontiac,driven by Ted- 1973 Datsun, driven by There were no injuries in the accident -
dy Wayne Key, in an attempt to Lawrence William Koonce of according to Paramedics Jer-
avoid a collison skidded 35 feet Raiford, was eastbound on CR-129, Johnson and Rusty Barrett.
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a $400,000 renovation Page IB grant. Mar- tal Issues are," he said. Telegraph News Editor Bob governor pointed wto recently passed mandatory sentence, for dealers A
; tines noted that IM the Matthews asked the governor if he mentioned out that the sales measures which add 28,000 new who are caught within 1,000 feet of a
grant because he feels, 'small coun- thought build that allowing companies to tax can't be used for prison beds In Florida, figure that school. He said that this year the
ties are a little bit different. They private toll roads In Florida operations but must be used for con- he said more than doubled the present measure had been expanded to In-
6 have a small tax bate and need a lit was a viable alternative to DOT and struction. For many counties, funds number and totaled more than clude any area where children con-
tie extra assistance when it comes to the Florida taxpayer footing the bW are desperately needed for general the past three governors had added gregate. -
things like this." for much-needed transportation im- operations.At In more than 20 years.

After the BHS gym visit,Martinez provements."I "t f( Intend to continue to build He also noted the recent worker's
support the said Mar- the Dinner...
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traveled to Santa Fe Community prisons until' supply meets compensation Insurance law
College Andrews Center. There he tine that"Provided that it can be Insured When Martinez arrived at the din- demand he said, noting that bebelieved changes which require employers to )
these roads
spoke to Portia Taylor, Provost of with the will comply ner given for him at the Bradford that habitual offenders test employees drug use and provide
state Constitution and safety deserve to behind bars
Educational Centers for SFCC. He standards." County Fairgrounds Thursday even stay longer a premium discount for drug- Are Dtterbugs.
toured the renovated building lookIng Martinez Ing, he greeted a crowd of between free workplaces and the loss of
In on a class given by math instructor tractors said that private con- 250-300 people from several surrounding He also advocated taking stronger benefits for workers who
are now putting interior counties. measures against offender who tested inured
Judy Becker and talking any positive use.
with officials and students. roads In subdivisions, and that such His main three topics during his raises a hand against law enforce-
He then walked across the parking toll roads would constitute a fairly speech were the issues of crime, ment officials, and victims' rights. "We lose an estimated $7.5 billion
lot simple step up from there. drugs and He said that the victim
for an interview with reporters environment. of a crime of productivity every year because
from He said that one concern In that Martinez said that should have the right to be there dur- .
Tile Telegraph before retiring situation he thought it of drug and alcohol abuse, those are
would be
to Wells' Starke home to freshen up would be In how such roads very unfair to expect law enforce- ing a trial and to make sure that they losses In sick time,absenteeism,tardiness
before the chicken and rice dinner at thing about The attractive ment to do their job if Florida are not forgotten during the judicial slow and defective job performance
road the
the Bradford Fairgrounds which long term is financing that future users over could doesn't have enough prisons to house process. and on-the-job injuries,"

was Telegraph attended editorial by about 300 page people.editor help be pay for it, and the cost would forgot convicted to build criminals.them,"Gov."Someone Martinez He noted that 41 "drug kings"have he said. f..t! -

Eugene Matthews queried the not resting entirely on the said "But I didn't forget." The been put behind bars during his "I took the first test," he said, "It When It Comes
the status Matthews taxpayers. term of office,and that they can now
governor on of plans to When asked what the was the only time I ever took a test
construct a toll road from Jacksonville time scheduled looks like on this be tried under the death penalty law. that I knew I would pass." ToPestControlYouCan
to Tampa, connecting with the posed toll road, Martinez replied pro- He advocated changing a con- He said that education efforts con-
Sunshine Parkway. One of the sug that it would be hard to pin that EZWHEELS victed criminal's light to appeal to a cerning drug abuse are just as
routes for the road lies down,since the road would single-track system Instead of the necessary as punishment of drug
through probably
the dual-track system which now exists, Count QnUs.When
Starke Country Club, be constructed In segments,"It's not and advocated abusers and sellers. Educating .
another lies placing a time limiton
through an environmentally children and parents about the
something could lust wake
sensitive lakes area and passes one morning you and do." he said. up the right to appeal "so that itdoesn't dangers of drug abuse and providing
1320 N. "go on forever, and ever, and them with the Knowledge they needto
Temple Ave. ..
Governor Martinez spoke to area residents on the issuesof Starke ever resist the allure of drugs, is very

crime drugs environmental protection and many 9647783Buy "Justice should be administered Important Martinez, he said maintained.that as a father and

others. After leaving Bradford County on Thursday he close to the time of the crime, not grandfather, he Is very concerned
traveled to Reception and Medical Center(RMC) in Lake Here Finance Pay HereWe 10-15( years later," he said. about issues such as crime, drugs
Butler Martinez also pointed to the drug- and the environment since he wants
on .. free school zone law which provides his grandchildren to grow up In a -cfi
f stiffer penalties including a 3-year clean and safe state.
through Melrose.
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Improve the state turnpike system, personal income tax, Martinez _., ... ;,"":0.'.':j
but noted that this particular plan ispresently replied that since that would requirea ToOtetbugs
in its second trip through change of the state Constitution 82 SILVERADO PICK UP- '-
the legislature, since the first plan the voters would have the final wordon Counting
was flawed. Martinez said that the matter. Diesel Extra Clean, $595 Dn., The QnYoa
government sometimes has a ten- "Florida revenue Is growing in E-Z Payments
dancy to put things on the map double digits (percentages). I can'tsee
F-150 4x4: -A Work
before making a careful examina- that we would need to take this
tion of the situation. kind of horse $595 Dn.
measure to Increase revenue E-Z Call for free
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a careful our present sources of revenue
look at environmental issues," he are Increasing at rates better than 10 Payments Inspection and estimate
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The total project should cost In excess revenue increases continue ex- Luxurious $595 .
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of $1 billion with tolls ,
paid by ceeding both inflation and growth Center
the users to help replace construc- together, we should be fine." Payments
: tion costs. When it was noted that smaller 80 TOYOTA COROLLA OVER?INSURANCE Dr. VJV. Berry
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Florida's high density of lakes, it adequate revenue due to the fact Beautiful, WhIte $595 Dn., ..;
will be difficult to find an en- that the Homestead Tax Exemption E-Z Payments AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
vironmentally safe route. Martinez makes it unecessary for large HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
agreed, saying that "even wideninga numbers of taxpayers to pay taxes 84 MERCURY MARQUIS NECK&ARM PAIN .LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS | VivCXTc ONTRO -
road la difficult without consider-- on their land (about 45 percent of the Runs &Drives Good $595 MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL I .
ing the environmental It land in 4O.Ask
Impact. can Bradford County is tax ex- :
be done, but a study of the alter- empt), Martinez said that was the Dn., E-Z Payments 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE ",.
natives should be made first." reasoning behind passing a measure 87 HYUNDAI EXCEL GLS .
"DOTs mission has always been to make it possible for counties to access 964-8018 about our biodegradable |
to get a road built for the lowest cost an additional 1-cent sales tax. $595 Dn., E-Z Payments Litter Bags!
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SR-16 In Hcilbronn Springs.
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Two years of hard work and the money Dorman Well & Tank
support of the members of the com to complete the building, but It
munity and business leaders has enough to get started.Construe DOLLARS
culminated this month when the tion began on the building Tuesday
Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire June 26. The foundation was poureiion 25% OFF Inc. 1983

Department poured the foundationfor Friday the walls June began 29,July and constructionon 13. *************
their new fire house on SR-16

funded The new entirely building by, which donations will (be of The HSVFD would like to thank AND 5 HOMES' SURROUNDING AND ARE ADVERTISE NEEDED AREAS IN THE OUR GAINESVILLE TO NEW DEMONSTRATE WOLVERINE 2 & 4 in Water Wells;, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic tanks,

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building will also serve as a com the plumbing work. AND OFFERING GREAT SAVINGS FORA .:
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disaster. Department at P.O. Box 343 Stark. AVAILABLE WITH EZ TERMS. CALL Jones 275-2716 After 6
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COMMERCIAL, PROPERT. lots river access. $5950 each. No Kent 1-756-5114 Circle B Homes .blue and mauve.Never CITY LIMITS 3 bedrooms, 1 bath stucco home.Owner finance great rental
money down. $71.41 month. Owner. Lake City Florida.Your Volume Glantl! used. Must selll! $295.00. 964-3936. property. MUST SEE!

1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN 4FOR 12FRESH OLD CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In City limits on.75 Ac. Fixer-Upper $19,995

.. OKRA: $15.00 bushel. Call 485-
FOR LEASE: 1,000sq. tt.and 2,000 sq. 'kI t"'" \ HOMES FOR SALE 1687. 12 MOBILE HOMES
1110LOOKING! ,. ,. ,. ,.,.. .,. ,.
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ft.301 South Southpolrit Plaza.964- WANTED; .v oi. .Ty,5. SMALl. PIANO KEYBOARD $60; chest MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/20'x30' pole barn, nice neighborhood Call for
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8348 or 4733627. TFN 3 .. .' ... c.-n. ., of drawers,$35;typewriter table, $20; details

BUILDING AND DRIVE FOR RENT 207N. FOR A FEMALE BLOOD SALE -BYOWNER: 5 BR, 21/2 BA computer desk, $75; computer desk, MUST SELL 3 acres with beautiful doubl.wld. MH with all new appllancet,

Temple Ave. Contact 9643579. HOUND.We have male full blooded Home. 2200 sf. Living room dining $50; secretarial bed desk w/typewriter septic tank well. Call today for details.
TFN 3PROFESSIONAL redbone bloodhound. Would like to room, den. Fully furnished wash pedestal, $50; items.w/springs be $50; BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDII On 1 Ac. Underground pool double car

BUILDING on Temple breed for puppy or if you have a puppy house with washer & dryer. Call 964- and 343 many N. Walnut other St. May 12 seen at port garage, huge glassed-in sunroom, 'large utility room. Doublewlde ho.
Ave across from Courthouse. Ap for sale. Please call 964-5647. 6200 or 964-8413 after 5 p.m.tfn LOVE SEAT SLEEPER, $75 sofa table been remodeled to look like a house you must see It to believe It I
850 sq. ft CH/A W/W Carpeting 11WANTED 16 ; MOBILE HOME ON 2.5 ACRES with above ground pool. V.ry well kept!
$50 Small kitchen table with 2 chairs.
ample parking. 17961040.LOSTFOUND TO BUY BETWEEN 1-3 GRANDOPENINGSAVEISAVEISAVEI.Prices : $20.; 964-4518 or 964-2553. Assumable mort gag..
ACRES In Bradford or Union county start at $7995. CallWayne
: : suitable for mobile home. Well and Frier's Home Center U.S. 301 N., HANDMADE, KINGSIZE Texas Steer COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

septic preferred but not necessary.Call Starke. 9646380. 16 Quilt. $230. Call 782-3149. 'FANTASTIC INVESTMENT 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential.
964-8643 or 964-4583 both alter BY OWNER: In restricted Lake Hampton 12 3300 SF. Retail store and living quarter Asphalt driv.way.French drain
FOUND CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVER 11WANED Oaks,Just west of Hwy 301,approx. 1 6 PC. DINETTE SET china cabinet anc system, several wells, and septic tanks.. Price Reduced to Sell I
.Full grown young. Playful BUICK CHEVY OR OLDS. blk E. of Hampton Lake. 3 BR/2 BA four chairs. Call after 4 p.m., 964- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco Home in City Limits. Zoned commercial
Call 782-1243 after 5, but before 8' screened porch wall to wall carpet
Running or not running.Around$100 4927. 12 across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W.
p.m. 5 Woo t. USED4OR 11 CH/A kitchen appliances furnished. QUEEN SIZE BRASS BED, $450; 6 din- '2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 on SR It-El Great Investment call
Ac.2 1/2 old-wood. Call
NONWORKING Approx. yr.
Ing room chairs. $150; Twin size
ANIMALS & PETS or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- 468-1857 after 6 p.m. or call 374- Cannonball bed $75. 964-8565.
1273. ask for Morris. 11 4181 in day hours. Priced at 77060. 12USED

trailer to fit 14 ft. trl-hull boat or trade LAKE AREA:3 BR.2 BA brick 12
HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: AB metal 18 ft boat for trailer. AI Young 964- ib 1+ acre. Excellent cond. Ideal for MICROWAVE: Asking $65; peacock LOTSi Ready to build on. Beautiful location. Lakewood lito I... A very
patented device controls fleas In the 6918.11 horses. 468-2895.468.1919. male 3-4 old., best offer. Call for prestigious neighborhood.' Call today for more Information.
home without Pesticides. Results WANTED BOWLERS. Managers Spe- 16HOUSE more Information, 964-4886. '2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot 140'xl40'. Ready to develop. Invest
overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY cial, 79 cents per lane. One Week 1.00 No mortgage to worry 12 today for tomorrow's future.
GOLDKIST. 6 Only. STARKE LANES U.S. 301 about, or evon a single monthly payment BROMELIAD PLANT COLLECTION:400 GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop. Call to
8 YR. OLD APPALOOSA MARE: $500. North Starke. 11 .Full price one dollar.Little known plus plants. All or part reasonable. day.
Black filly$300;Appaloosa Colt$300 .. .. 'd.. program get the facts. Amazing recorded 964-5760 or 7823354. 12 '20 ACRESi Fantastic Investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond
red w/whita spots. Call for Information message reveals details. Call extrat. Priced to move.
i 16' WOODEN BUILDING; 3 windows. (imany
782-3089. 6 ,:RVs. ,<.CAMPERS. anytime 1-900-456-4567.16 -. some 'Intl1d >trw.l lfrig\ $550. OBO. '19 PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. Wi Owner financing. Call today.
!/f REE JO GOOD HOME: Only 2 felt 10 j STARK CITY LIMITS:$7.500 buys 2 BH a .iaiL..JAI/...5ij'8JHj Ja Y BOON; FORSYTH ROADi Great location for a beautiful home. Call today,
weekoldklttens.UnusualOkoedmaleblack i 21"TRAVEL TRAILER: Sleeps 8. excel- home plus extra building tot Call 904-.. 1i3,00o-"BTtI""MA: ONOtT N a. WyWltMlef: All fenced In, loaded with pin. Great invetl ett'WWtOwley
and white kitten and one calico lent condition. New upholstery new 3726881. 16 $250.00. Call 964-6569 after 4 p.m" : area. '- J?
female kitten. 533-2203. 6 plumbing!\!, re-wired ice-cold Colemanair FOR SALE: 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA. den with 12RAINBOW FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N, 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine

conditioning fully self-contained, fireplace, screened fronlporch large VACUUM CLEANER. Like tr.... Hwy frontage of OO'approx. 1-well, 2 septic tank.A fenced pond. Call
I f. !' ,,: .:" -' ; '. must sell. Asking $4.000 OBO. 431- deck. Carpet Large lot 964-6499. new. First$275 gets It AI Young 964- Today
'YARD"SAtES: 1177.19 6918.12
I .\" _''' '' _::':_ 14 FT. CAMPER/TRAILER: Nice cloan.

Must see to appreciate. AI Young. Sandra Terwlllegar . . . . . . . 964-4211
tinuous cleaning, and hood to match; Anne Terwlllegor Brown . . . . . 473-7541

gold In color. $165 for both. FIRM. As Low As: I Cocolia Terwillegar ..' . . . . . . 964-7776

Good shape. 964-8733. 7 3% DOWN BUY OR BUILD _. . ..
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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. .100 221 Lafayette St. e

I GRAHAM 4BR/3BA Stucco Bldg large Family Room w/Flreplace,
Real cut. starter home pricedto ,
*NEW USTINGI 3 8R/2 BA Home In City. A.. 97.90 of bi/ylng'ov selling? Cdlt ust I CH/A, Rang., Refrl and Dishwasher Well S Septic Larks Oak Trees, 3
sell at 33900. """" "''"
with Florida In city, must see to appreciate. By I Ac. Inground Pool.
*J BR/2 BA CBi Home room. 92.90 004-4522 I S.E. 35TH STREET A-Frame CB home, 3 BR/2 BA CH/A, Fireplace, Family a

appt.*1M only ACRES with 3 BR/1 BA Mobile Home. Owner needs to tell due to II- STARKE n. You Full Service Real Estate Office I Rm. Laundry Rm.. 10x16 Wood Utility Bldg. w/Wofer and Electricity. 2.79 '

53.90 Ac.
.... Priced at 26000. lot Is 100'x720. 64.90 iDavid L. DodgeiWSACRA a I HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm From. House with Well and Septic. 3.8
*BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMI on Sampson Lake, :
BR/1 BA horns CHI.... screened porch, also has 2 ; Acrs.a .
used for rental.All this on 4 acr... ; *:?
8R/1 BA MH all pes964.5370 mm i Range Refrlg. and Dishwasher, 1800 SF. landscaped lot.
*LAKI PRIVILEDOES to George't" Lake. 3 lots each 75x100. 32890 Florid* Ute Certified k-'l' 'lHeli : t.Xrf .: .*ifiiMrf< ; SAMPSON LAKEt 3 BR/2 8A Norwegian Brick, Living Dining S Family

.$7800. chicken form*_3 BR/1 BA home. 56.90 lhe IEsl.leApprsl e*< :ll""r"i faitytoi.* ? a I Rooms, CH/A 2310 SF Porch., 2.8 Acres.I a
*8 ACRES with active working REALTOR Combo
chain link COUNTRY LIVING' 3 BR/2 BA Frame. Llving-Dlnlng-Kltchen
*3 BR/2 BA CB HOMI IN CRY Fireplace, separate DR yard 71.90 Appraisals for Residence Farm CommerdartBusines I w/Snack Bar Den Screened Porch, 3.62 Acres, Pate Barn Nice Cleared ,
1 for Garden.
afford. $1,00. In Spot
EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOME at a price you can 98-9O .. 11403: PRATT STREETi 3 BR/1 Vi BA CB 8 Frame, large Family Room Laundry -

town. PRICE REDUCED!II 11 I I Room Nice Lot.
Cross-fenced. Perfect for cattle or ho.....
EXCELLENT FARM LANDS 87A9cc Excellent Buy In Storks* Finest Neighborhood I NEW BRICK HOMEl 4 BR/2 BA Stove, Refrlg. A Dishwasher, Sun Deck

and house beautiful 51-90 :3/2 On Corner lot. Nice Outside Storage Bldg.' I 2240 SF. Well S Septic 1 Ac,.. ,

OWNER FINANCING Various lie parcel home with S acre. 86-90' f Round 24x50 Pol. Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed. Well ft Septic. On Paved
*LEASE PURCHASE Butlful.tlv. Excellent location. 84-90 *SR UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A, All Appl. Pool, 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI a 1 Road.
*BRICK HOMI.UNION I COUNTY! 1S24 sq.ft.CH/A.lots Each 6x200. OwnerS *CONVENIENT. FENCED VARD. 2 BR. 1 BA. In.xp.n'v.llvlng.' I QUIET AND PEACEFULi 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story. Stove ft Refrlg., Elect.
TWO BEAUTIFUL HIGH DRY WOODED building 89-89 EXCELLENT NEICHBORHOOOi Stucco 3/2. CH/A FP, rge., rfg., D.W. T Heat Window AC. Well ft Septic 1 Acre.
financing. $9500 each. lot. On paved road. *63 ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA F'a..... Screened 'Porches, 14x16 Utility
shaded building
COUNTRY CLUB : Restricted 136-89 *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage lawtey,_. I Building. Well A Septic.

2naBnAllMYSTON 6 old., 2 Ac. Owner *lAKEFRONTi Fish > Swim. Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach. a I TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home. CH/A. a
ClUBi CHI A, yrs
*3 Plan. 89-90 *:37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawt.y. Will divide. Owner Financing. I Stove A Refrig. Graham Area.I .
trantferred and anxious. Covered by Buyers Protection NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
free t
WEll KEPT. SPACIOUS old.r home 4 BR. 2 BA. Maintenance /lor.B-vo *:3 YR. OLD BEAUTY 3/2 CH/A, 1250 af. all appliances. a I WALNUT STREETS Two Building. Suitable for Small Business.

j completely fenced lots. More extra. A refrig> *4.79 ACRES Well 2 septic, old.r MH optional. $22SOQ I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway, plenty of warehouse space.
VoOOD JeHVl BA Excellent condition on 2 1/2 Ac. rang. 38.90 BRICK S/2-.CH/A, walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with :3 BR/1 8A CB Home. 12x60 Mobil. ,

20x2" ..p.garageck dlvld.. 69.90 BEDFORD LAKEi 2/", CH/A completely turn. Nice. 100x300. I Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 3 Septic Tanks and 4 Wells w/Pump. on
*LARGE BUILDING LOTS 301 x142 City utlllll. Owner may IAWTEY AREAl Spacious old. ha..... 3/2 Owner financed. 3 'cr..
.SEVERAL JeSSsTlff fom.54 to 32dO, 3 0' 4 bedrooms, 2 both.qualIfiedbuy.r. *PRICED TO SELli Farm House w/39.9 ac.30 ac cleared. $80,000 EAST CALL STREET Nice Office Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Proca
ovallobl. to '
.xc.l.nt. acre or more financing U.25.0 STARKE HISTORIC R.nov. 68R/3 1/2 BA. 6 fpk. Dupl.x. 1 Ac. tice.
BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brick A cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres. SELECTED PROPERTIES
.IN STARKSi CB 3/1. CH/A I 1200 plus SF, 110x110 lot. $38.000' I 40 ACRES Can be purchased. In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pine. Near
*EXCELLENT ...1A.3/2 Brick CH/A. ICWxXW lot. N.w roof. 51000. I Lawtsy.a .
One qf'Our Professionally
Call *OVER ACi Brick 4/21/2. CH/A, fplc over 2100 SF. All appliances. HOME BLDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water A Sewage. Owner Financing. a
Trained Staff Today..964-BOG9 *WATERFRONTiCrosby lake canal. Doublewlde. CH/A. Rge., Refrig. HOME BLDG. LOTSi Shady Oak S/O Brooks
*FARM HOUSE B. BARNS on 3 ac.Good ar_. Close to Stark. REDUCED FOUR d-ACRE TRACTS Breaker Hwy. Frontage. Owner Financing.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates:. *2 STORY CEDAR 3600 .... 9 BR, 3 BA, CH/A 2 F.PI. ,g.., refrlg.' D/w. Nice THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTSi Brooker. Owner Financing.
Irene L. uiliner..964-B142 *US :301 SOUTH large triple wid. 3/2 On ".5 plus oc. Close Inl I I Wayne Deugla-4-Mtl Bill Dodd 7401Novls ,

Darlene Godwln..468-23O3 *ASSUMABLE Non-Qualifying FHA loan 3/1, CH/A, goo .bo.$35.OOO. Word -44-7454 Bill Guiana**4- t4A
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core for Infant In SATUUTI SYSTEM-repossessed due to
lor landscaping 7823140. tin furnished' and MACHINE my my
pletely Clean SEWING
quiet STRICKLAND'S horn. Monday.Frlday, 85. R.l.renc.srequired. divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing edging. Call 473-0169.
12 Adults only Houck SALES AND SERVICE All makes
Apartments : 4tpd7/13-l-/8-2
4734571. 1tchg7/19 down. 12721031.4tchg7l28.2 ,
4x8 UTILITY TRAILER road-ready Starke. 964-9424. 13 and models cleaned, oiled and ad- IOOPING-AII types shingling hot tar
blinker and brake lights ready. Just .EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: With Cable justed $15. New and used sewing lik. and aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for
SATEUITI SYSTEM- new 6 mo. old
right lor lawn mower,garbage or what and HBO.Temple Motel Starke.964- machines. Hwy 233 & 16 ((Morgan NOTICE with scrambler. Nothing down. free estimates 4737073.
have you. Asking $200.00. Can be 7357. 13 Road) 964-8733 TFN 17I HOMI
1.272.1016.4chg7.12.4.2 SSRVKES-Carpet cleaning ser-
seen at 909 N. Thompson St 3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOME: NW 28th I WILL LOVE AND CARE FOR YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted MATTRESS-Seoly$49/mo. Poslurepedrlc ultra. vice. Free estimates 473-0797.

12SATELLITE Ave.Close to Starke.$250 per month. CHILD, days 'from early to late. Reasonable. to the Lake Region Monitor office King tl... Only 4 months old. 4tpd7/12-19-36/8-2
DISH: With receiver and de- Century Showcase Properties,Inc., 964-2337. 17 In writing and paid in advance $500 plush Coll 473.4846 for more Informs TIRED OP CONTRACTORS
scrambler and remote. Complete and 473-4903. 13 T.V. REPAIR: Reasonable Rates Call unless credit Is already establishedwith PRICR? Int. will build
tion. Itpd719TROMHONEKIng -Spertan custom
works good.Orlg.$2000-Now$1200. FOR RENT/LEASE: Mobile Home Lots. 9648212. 17 this office.MONITOR beginner In co... Good tennis courts mulll-colored stucco
782-3660.lln 12 One Mobile Home 10x45, for sale. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Saratoga STAFF CANNOT BE HELD condition $200.00. Coll 473-7658 brick and block structures, room oddl-
LEER CROWN FIBERGLAS HATCHBACK Westmoreland Trailer Park 9647961. Heights Mon.-Fri. 22 years experi RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1tchg7-19 lions. patios driveways, landscapingand I

TOPPER fits Chevy SWB 88- 13 ence.964-7562. 17 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER SAILBOARDMlitrlol beginner.Good condition custom build septic tanks Free
90 paid $1400 asking $750; Compound 631 W. FRANCIS STREET: 2 BR 1 BA. CHILD CARE IN MY HOME Mon.-Frl. 6 THE TELEPHONE. $400.00 473-76S81tchg7/19 ..tlmot... All work guaranteed. Call

bows, one Barnett, new never CH/A carport,fenced backyard.$340 am-5 pm. Griffls Loop. 9642349. Classified deadline 11:00: a.m. Tuesday lANO-Responslble party to assume 473-0713 ask for Shawn or Robert.NIED .
shot,one PSE equipped ready to hunt per mo.,deposit and one years lease. 17PAINTING print to Thursdays publication. small monthly on spinet A CARPINTIRT-Call Jo.
$75 each; 200 amp service pole for 9648073. 13 : Any trailer w/paint and one Minimum charge la$3.50 for 15 words, Can be payments locally. CrodllDepartment 473-7883. Free estimates Itpd719ALL at
mobile home. Complete $125. 964- 2 BEDROOM HOUSE TRAILER AND 4 color $120. Woody 964-5405. then 15 cents for each additional word. piano soon 904-2S4-848I AlOARD-lf like model

6086. 12 BEDROOM HOUSE In country. One WOULD If bills are mailed out, there will be a real send you trains or
ones $3.00 for Information
8-N FORD TRACTOR: Good condition Ford conv. van for sale. 9643728. LIKE TO CARE FOR ELDERLY $3.00 billing charge. 3lchg7/19-8/9 Like Palms '
MOTORCVCII-1987 Yamaha 139. to Twin Railroad Club 224
engine rebuilt last year. $2,000080. 13 LADY in their home. Hours 9 am-3 Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171.Keystone Shllah 1
9646114. 12 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Stove, re- pm Mon.-Fri. Good references' Call His? Fl 32656 n.w low mileage 750.. 3Brldotmald Avenue, Keystone. Heights, FL

MISC. USED FURNITURE:wicker dining frig., adults only. $220 me, 9642935. 17 dresses, worn once, 33696 1tpd7/19
964232. mauve. Sins 9,8,11 ALSO Mauvemother's MIDWAY LEARNING CENTM-has open.
room brass bed dresser etc Call monthly $100 dep. WILLIAMS DISCOUNT"AUTOMOTIVE CARS
dross, .1.. 10 $50,00 Call Ings for subsidized childcare which In.
782-1423 after 12 12 13 SERVICES work at lowestprices.
; noon. : Quality
eludes Title and
661-2134 XX Pre-K. 479-3133.
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BULLDOZER:Case 310, good condition. : ', ';':;i""" ; \\.l; W ",,,.:.. ;'. ':, i .All work guaranteed.9643412.. 1988 CHEVY MARK III-Van. Like new ful GROUND POOL-i5H round 4ft PROPISIIONAL-House Cleaning. Particular
HD3 axle trailer $4500. Call 964- } TFN 17 loaded. down. Assume I
ly $500.
E "f. Includes all and who home? Call
A deep accessories In
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4908. 12 CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free estimates payments 473-0857 2lchg7/l2-19
: winter cover $400.00.: 473-7989. resident for 16 References
: ; 71/2 inch barrel,stainless steel.$350. SEAMSTRESS: Full or part time. Alterations owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. A/C, AM-FM Radio 98,000 original FOR RENT Robin 473-4090 for 4tchg7/19-8/2
Call 9644908. 12 only. $250 per week. Call 371- TFN 17ALTERATIONS miles $1,000. 473-76M 1tchg7/l9 Elderly excellent

RCA VIDEO CAMCORDER: Excludes 1824 in Gainesville. TFN 15 : zippers, hems, buttonholes 1977 CHEVY TRUCK-with topper H/D3/4 housecleanlng. Reasonable,
LAKE ACCfS-2 or 38R mobile homes. reliable, honest. References. Call
battery pack. New $1,000. Asking ENERGETIC AGGRESSIVE SALES- patchas.etc. Drop off and pick ton, automatic, air P/S, P/B. 2000. $149/$199 month. Lake GenevaRentals
$600. Like new. Call 964-4908. PERSON NEEDED. Top Pay. Call up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- 473-4126 Itchg7-l9 p.r .venlng.473-3723.ltchg7/19
12OPEN 964-6380'for Information and appointment 5587. Pinehurst Variety across 'from 1986 NISSAN 200SX-Crulse, A/C. 5Spd, 473.7566.6mopd7.9G1.91GARAGEDEN1800 Oil MAID-Cleanlng Service. Elaln.
Ft.. 3BR/2BA
TOTHE PUBLIC.No covercharge. 15WELDERS Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFNHANDY power windows, etc $5,400.00 ALSO home. Sq. 473-0042. 2tchg7/l9-26
Cleanest used furniture anywhere.Vic's : Rail car repair facility needs 17 1988 Chevrolet Celebrity automatic, plus dep. 2640195. FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR

Used Furniture.157W.BrownleeSt. welders with mechanical ability. Apply MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. A/CCruise 6500.00 Both on.owner 2tpd7-3-19 DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF
., Starke. 9646546. Come In you In person Mon.-Frl.8.30-4: p.m. at Plumbing Electrical Decks,Additions and excellent care Call 473-2951: .W/ACCUS-to Santa Fe lake.1BR18A. LEVEL LaRue Leveling Service
may find something you can't live Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local Itpd7/19 single No pets/children. Couple or for all your foundation repairs.. 473SWEETAT -
man. 475.2320.2tpd6-
without. 12 Park Hwy 16 East, Green Cove references Woody 9645405. MOBILI HOMI-2BR 3BR VENTURROUSCHRISTIAN
or $14S/$1S3
CHARMGLOW GAS GRILL$40; 13.500 Springs FL 15 TFN 17 per ,
btu window air conditioning unit, 110 PATIENT ACCOUNTS REPRESENTATIVE WANT TO DRINK. THATS YOUR BUSINESS HOMES FOR SALE Rentals momth. lake access Lake Geneva GENTLEMAN 66 ff taE 104 tos.

volts,$100,king size bed,compelete. : Full time. Billing collections, WANT TO STOP? THAT'SOURSI 473-7966. omopdto1337YEARROUNDrental furnished widowed,dvorced. Flexible loving,
Mediterranean styling,$100sofaloveseat ; and data entry preferred. Apply to Alcoholics Anonymous 964- 3BR/1BA-I Acre A/C home w/lake of. lake generous rornantlchomeloving.No
place clear water, sand bottomedlake
Ramadan Hand Lake Butler view/access like new, 473-1136 or4730857.2Ichg7l1219 on dependents.lovesklds/Donlsmoke.
,brown $40 Craftsman 11/ Institute
plaid ; 3619 964-4I50. 964.8614. 17 oH Iaden Pow.ll Road
4 hp. saw, $15; 10-12"( McCulloughchain Hospital 1-496-2323. 15 LAWN MOWER REPAIR: Quick repairs Call Realtor drink or do drugs. All my highs are
saw $30; Ig. oval dining table, JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. low prices.Wall's Small Engines. 224 BY OWNER-Between Silver lake and Nancy Henry 1-372-9816 God's gifts. Looking for sweet lady

$25; golf clubs nice red bag 5 pun Openings available in several areas, Washington St, by railroad tracks Golf Course, 2BR/1BA, screened pore 2tpd712.19 LAKE SANTA .Two 28R who will bury her pride.Answer this
ers, 2 drivers $20; red carpet, ap- will train. For info call 708-742-8620. 9647580. 17 ch/spa fenced yard/detached garage. screened docks cottages, quality ad-allow me to spoil you as
prox. 12x15. $15; TV stand. Mediter- ext 362. 15 PRESSURE WASHING: Houses side After 3 p.m. 473-0724 Ilpd7/19 beach porches : sandy my friend, then as my wiled Jesus
ranean styling $15; 17 1/2 ft Kyack, OFFICE HELP NEEDED: Must have high walks driveways trailers, roofs and LONG POND-LAKE PLACE-on a beautiful ON BEAUTIFUL-Sllver 2tpd7-12/19 Lake. Nice clean3BR2BA calls us home Recent phot please..
$150; Sears 1350 gas generator school diploma. Experience helpful, roof repairs. Call 964-6341. Terry 200 front lot on clear water sand- Write P.O. Box 768. Keystone
house, beach.
$170;CB base station. $30;VHS ma- but not necessary.Apply BRADFORD Parks. TFN 17 bottomed lake, backed by OrdwayPreserve. sandy Swim Heights. FL 32656 or call between 6
and fish boating. A/C. Furnl.hed.JulyAugu.t. .
rine radio/telephone,$75;small office FURNITURE US 301 N. No phone CARPET SHAMPOOING: Better than Perfect fish and swim $350/wk.W/O Year )loose am and 0:30: pm .tfnBRADFORD
type elec. refrig' ., $30. All In very nice calls please. 15 Steaml $25/first room; $10 each sail 85000. Nancy J. Henry, Realtor $550/mo. furnished $500/ma unfur 17

condition Call Don 473-0301 Keystone 25 HRS. WEEK: No experience neces additional room. CC Cleaning Service 372-58161tpd7-19/26 nished. No or 1-771-9431 SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
as early as 6 am. 12 sary. Will train. Must have own trans- 782-3089. 17 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME AND LOT: pets or473.2440.2tpd712.19 Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable

WAFER BOARD. 7/16" $6.49. Pressure portation.Apply person,Fla.Crown CHILD CARE: For the working mom. Afternoons Lake Geneva. Terms. 4734436. IIENT IUASI.For the professional 3BR- prices,also*Inlherep.In.Stark.. .
Treated Lumber all sizes to 8"x8. Printing. 646 US Hwy 301 South,' nights and weekends. For 2BA 2 lake view and CIM-A1't TTM
story access
Free Delivery. Hardware and Builders Maxville FL Mon.-Thurs. 15 dependable good child care,call 964- ANIMALSTWO central H/A, 473.1136 or 473.0857UN.URNISHED.hou. YARD SALES
Supply.7 miles South of Starke on STORE MANAGER: Experienced, good; 8522. 17 ..
301.468-2624. 12FOR driving record,hard worker.Motivated.Call 3BR/1MBA near
after' 6 17277943. HORSES-Reglstered thoroughbred schools. CH/A, appliances, utility FRI/SAT-9 until ?. 180 SW Citrus Avenueoff
Residential Commercial
and reason mar. '14 yrs, great pleasure horse room. 525 Dove St., $439/mo. Call Nightingale. Itchg7-19
:i- ; RENT : DRIVERS TO $750 WEEKLY: Local able rates FREE estimates. Specializing $500. OBO. Registered Arabian 473-2899 after 7/21 2tpd7/19-7/26 MOVING IALI.Sat..Ju 21. 9 am. Pool
.. OTR. Train local. 3555500. in Houses.Pools Mobile Homes
J gelding I3rs, loves to ride. Must see 3BR/2BA-CH/A garage, den. $400/mo. Table, DR table and chairs, organ barstools
BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976. Businesses. Call R & S PRESSUREWASHINGCallStelan,78337591.tfn $550 OBO. To good homes only plus deposit. 264.0195.2tpd7/19.26 chain sew odds ends. Hwy 21
AIR.all Attorney Instructed Home Study Fin. 473-01201lchg7/19 3BR/lSASIIver Sands Lake. 13JO/mo. ''south from red light to 75th $t.

ties MAGNOLIA paid. From HOTEL$37.50 Walnut up weekly.St. Aid. Free Catalog. SCI 1-800-669- 17 plus deposit. 661-3738. 3tchg7/19-36 (Paradise Point) left on 68th directly

2555.15 SUMMER COTTAGI-near Hendersonvllle behind
Starke, in 'front of' Post Office pecan grow 473-4789 1tpd7-19
13MOBILE MAKE $8.00 PER HOUR: After 90 days THORNTON AND CONST. INC. N.C. July through October cool SAT. 1 ..m. le 1 p.m.-6639 CR3I4 1.7
t doing Intricate band saw work. Mature JONES secluded mountain scenery" near miles West of Gismo 3 ml. East of
persons with tool experience only Robert Thornton is in the waterfall, 3BR sun porch. flrepleoe---2hkahg7.19e' .. -. -+
,' 1 BATH 964-7493 TFN 13 need apPIY\APPIYJ'1' 'person Fanta ..., $<90/mo. Includes utilities.:..:rv! ;#P L VA/CGorage | 'Sun Ju.1f.2"t22. .
15" business """! SHJP
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY logging an3'buyuig 704-696-9064 2tchg7/19-36 r ft .91114o4"S !4 stroller.
.ATTENTON! : EARN MONEY TYPING % timber. Would 2 BR 1 BA MOBILE'HOME: $250 pe>"" j>l lf en.-lovS'seal tofd b/d, double
WATER, SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- appreciatetalking
7498 TFN 13 AT HOMEI! Income mo. plus damage deposlt.lm bed head board matching arm chairs.glass .

OLIN'S SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Home tel., + '' to you about any _. lee Road. 4732566. 13 ware, clothes, .1....
W-17283. 15 Memphis on Elvis' ladles'
lots for water and furnished timber want to sell. papers
rent sewer
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY WATCHING WANTEDNEED and men's golf club., starter sets. Turn
TFN 13, cable tv available. 732-3333 TV. $32.000yrIncome poten Please call Thornton and Jones right off 21 N on CR352 three miles to

tial. Details call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. A SITTERT-For your elderly motheror right Water Drive on White Sands
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for Construction Inc. at
Bk 17283. 15 father? OR a nice place for them to Lake. itpd719ATURDAY9
TFN rent. Close 13 to prison. Call 4681323. ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT JOBS 964-4663 live? Call NANCY at 473-4669 anytime. $ till ?, mist Items, clothes

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2 and 3 YOUR AREA. $17,840-$69,485. Call I AM lOOKINO-for six people' who are lawnmower furniture, military Jungle
: 1-602-838-8885 Ext R-3493. hammock,boby clothes, bottle
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- serious about losing weight and wouldbe
6115 468-1323. TFN 13 15HAIR willing to use a new diet product for sterilizer Woodland Drive off SR21
or .
STYLIST NEEDED: Medical and 30 days that Is all natural and medically Keystone. Watch for signs. 1tpd7-19
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT:1/2 Mile from dental benefits; paid vacation; holi- FOR SALE approv.n and would like to train for FRI/SAT-8 a.m. to 2 p.m.. 6275 Baylor

City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN days. Apply In person only toGoodtlmes 1 I 1 11 a position with. our company. Call Avenue. High Ridge Estates. Toys,
13 Inc., 1371 S. Walnut St, CAR :Fill Dirt Top Soil 1 363-3579. 3tchg7/19-36 household, rnlsc.ltpd7/19t
2 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely Suite 1400. Starke FL 15 CARPOOlit-wanted. Dally from SATURDAY-8.12. Good stuff at good

furnished with washer and dryer. POSITION OPEN for counter/sales per- Keystone Heights to NAS JAX. leave prices. 219 at Hlllcrest to Gustafson -
Central heat and air.all electric.$3001 son. Apply In person to New Method Large or Small Loads of Limerock } Keystone 6 a.m. leave NAS at 4 p.m. follow signs 473-9098 Itchg7/19
month plus deposit. Rent from June 1 Cleaners 311 N. Temple Avenue. Call 4734470. Itpd7/19
.. thru Sept 30 only.Call Castle Proper Starke. 15 Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer J LAND FOR SALE

...: ties U.S.A., Inc., licensed real estate RECEPTIONISTNeedadforprofassional: ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian" gen
.. broker. 964-5065. 13 office. Typing, data entry and telephone 964.6182.9645823 964.6095j"/ tleman 50 years. of age, healthy, MIDDLMURG-1.2 acres from$7900. $199
: .: FURNISHED ROOMS: All utilities paid. skills needed. Send resumes happy and fun, needs roommate to down, $95/mo. Owner 383-0066.

:1. conditioning,quiet clean.No drinkIng to: P.O, Drawer A, Starke FL 32091. share my home at Lake Brooklyn, I/ 473.0530 after 6 p.m. 4tehg7/l3-B/2

:: no prices over phone. 3 mi. south ACCOUNTANT: Entry level or 1.3 yrs. r: 2 ml. from new Milter's Mall Keystone -
; of Starke on 301. 964-5687. experience, needed for CPA firm. Heights. Total cost rent utility BOATS FOR SALE
; : 13 Send resume to: P.O. Drawer A, PUBLIC SALE phone, A/C. only $150 per mo.
;/,: DOUBLEWIDE,3:, BR 2 BA unfurnished Starke, FL 32091.," 15 plus $100 deposit Cd Don 473- left GIASTRON-90HP Johnson and

y: except for stove and refrig.' Heat and ER CLERK: Evenings and weekends. 0301,a am tit 10 pm. ,11 trailer. On. owner 4732723.

:I! air.No inside pets.$150 deposit$325 Apply to Ramadan Hand Institute SURPLUS STATE VEHICLES 2tpd7/19-26 __
:.1 rant On Griffis Loop. Call 2827117. Lake Buder Hospital. 14962323.

;: 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: 2nd floor. A Must!Apply in person to New

Stove refrig., and gas included. No Method Cleaners, 311 N. Temple WILL BE OPENED AT 1:15 P.M. I
". pets. $65 per week. 9648498. Avenue. Starke. 15 864 N.Tempi Ave. Starke

+: 13 SENIOR REGISTERED NURSE: Mln. JULY 26, 1990 Eve A: Weeltencl:9"-7578 .......
a: 2 BR MOBILE HOME Mature older
: persons qualifications: Fla. Ucensure as a
:a preferred.' After 5 pm call 964- professional registered nurse and one Well

"': 8218.13 year experience. Salary: Based on 1-1978 PLYMOUTH SEDAN Mi/iri( Drilling-
credentials and experience
negotable Residential &
expected soon. Bradford' Village Apts. up to$30,000.Annually(benefit ; JWafer Irrigation
:r. Close In.Walled patio. Call 9648601. package worth over$8,000). NEW
:\; 13 CLINIC:Successful candidate will be
3 BR 2 BA HOME with carport and garage eligible for all Fl.career service benefits 1-FLATBED FRUHAUF TRAILER I

:k': w/storage shed, fenced backyard including: state contributions to

7: corner lot,CH&A.Washer,dryer,dish- health Insurance and retirement,' 13 1-CLARK FORKLIFT i Pump

: washer. Excellent neighborhood.. paid vacation days, 10 paid sick days .
$495. 964-7403. 13 and 10 paid holidays, deferred com Sales&
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME: 93401 pensation plan,CEU's and In-Service
Ii Mo.. Large screened room, 3 BR 1 training. Send completed FL. State Vehicles may be inspected at Service On
BA. CH/A. $300 deposit Located
Application to: R. Nate Holton Per- I
225 on NW 68th Ave Lawtey. (left sonnel Manager New River Correctional Pride Warehouse All Makes 964.7061
hand side 3 ml.junction 301 and 225 'Institution Post Office' Box 333. A ,

v;;:.: 2 13 miles junction 18 4225. 782-3417. Raiford. Florida 32083-0333 or phone Monday-Friday, 8:30 am 4:00 Lie 01305 _

((904)) 064-4000. Ext 533 or 539.
:;; IN LAWTEY: 2 BR 1 BA Mobile Home.
Preference shall be given to veterans holidays).
rt: (excluding
.- $225 permo.,$100 deposit.7823168. and certain spouses of veterans.EOE pm
:x; 13 M/F. 15
available. 782-3332 Lawtey. pump
,13 AFFORDABLE! Interested bidders may obtain 70

4 BR 2 1/2 BA HOME. Unfurnished. 315 ,

I 9643579.N. Walnut St $350 13 per month. Call T.H.EIAPARTMENTS. ;, bid forms and bid conditions at anyone will feelcomfortable j II

.... 2 BEDROOM HOUSE IN TOWN: Nice inspection site or by writing or ron
clean. Call in afternoon. 9646680.

0::: 13 calling Sharon Spears, Chief "
a:1:: : $210 922 E. Brownlee St.

month 13 $100 deposit Call 9648704. Camp Standing Rd. Accountant, Union Correctional r

I; NICE 2 home BEDROOM on nice DOUBLEWIDE quiet lot No pets mobile ,no Starke.964-7133 FL 32O9& Institution, P. O. Box 221, with

children.13THREE Call 964-4801, 782-3531. 2 &: 3 BR. family oriented, with Raiford, Florida 32083. ((904)) ties tltxre Tl t2008sst .

BEDROOM TRAILER: $200 per laundry &: large playground.
M month plus deposit Call 964-0255. 431-1212, Ext. 183. I Be r
;:.: 13 FREE Electricity first month. !"' I oONl.tlt rhea'leetP'
;1 3 BR. 1 1/2 BATH MOBILE HOME.Available Rent 3046 of your monthly Income I F! #J7 Nmla6 wog.betb tina ra.orsn ae8,plus 3lesrs. P.tlL An4t4
Aug. 8. Air, heat, stove "''ria., quality.
carpet. Unfurnished. On private lot .I/you earn 43.35 per:hr.. 40 hrs. a Sale is to public. !, Cal e dag f ms 44.i thsadpL I12200 battpumP ,.
with shade trees on Griffls Loop.$250 week ft have 3 dependent, your open
2.i rent would be about $1 12 m monthor
month and $150 security deposit 43.73 day for days left In the .
Leave message or cal after 8 p.m. month, for per move-In after the first ,.,'. COWARTAir

9642999. 13 Qualified Single Accepted. This department reserves the

VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C., 2 Muve-ln cost can be aa low aa' Conditioning Contractors.

BR furnished cottage w/deck. Nice 10.00 Lou IncomeS right to reject any and/all bids.
mountain view. Convenient attractions. Rents HoumlitaEqmi. CACoareasi I -

I. $200Awk. 9647210. TFN EJ rincome p0964300 sec Bra.u0r4. ,aataa 9648025,1. '
enrroandln8.owett.g fo I' .
13 ..... 'ne ir Qualify ova FMSsw.


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I Singers:' Nostalgia I to Perform at First United Methodist in Starke I

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Noitalga.a diversely talented mances for the group at such occasions The group was organized because will concentrate on sacred music. Chariot"and"Pour on the Poor" to Joey Herres, baritone and
local singing group,will be performIng -" as the Jacksonville Easter all members had a common InterestIn Nostalgia has a wide variety of "Somewhere Out There" for the keyboard; Patti Elder, lead
In concert ate p.m.Tuesday Jo Seals of musical 'soprano; Holly Shields, second
Klck-Off Banquet singing and particular love selections in their program younger listener. I
\First In the main auditorium of the Grenamypr, *.-.wm>. RPedtordCounty ; the old standard songs that will to every age from gospel Members of the group are Bill soprano;Carole Stevenson,alto,and
Walnut United Street Methodist' Church on ChamEerof Commerce banquet always be the classics of American. favorites such as 'Ride That, McRae, bass; Tyler Elder, tenon Warren Stevenson,drums.r .
tarke; music. Such favorite
Rotary banquets, and specialhervlcea composers as
at various churches.Their Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Hogy
most recent was at the Carmichael and Duke Ellington
The appearance are
J 'OUpled by BID McRae
been ,has, chicken and rice dinner held for particular favorites of Nostalgia.
"a singing McRae together for more than Florida Governor Bob Martinez at Each member of the group has
,resident year. has a Kingsley Lake the Bradford County Fairgroundslast strong roots in religious and gospel
arranged perfor. week. music, and so a part of the concert
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Positions 'available for',Licensed RNs. This is professional nursing

work: providing care and treatment of inmate patients. Qualified

applicants will be considered for an advanced salary ranging from 1

$28,000' to $30,000 to start. Benefits package is outstanding. r. 7:

Please submit State" of Florida employment application to: .t



.. .... RAIFORD; FL '32083 t-q
PHONE: ((904)) 431-1212, EXT. 202 ..
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Pinging Oldies Goodies and Gospel...
PO..ua Nostalgia Is a Starke singing group which will appear Shields second soprano; Bill McRae, bass; Patti
:I at the First United Methodist Church July 24 at 8 Elder, lead soprano; Warren Stevenson drums; and I
p.m. Carole Stevenson, alto.
1 Seated Is Joey Herres, singing baritone and playing The group Is managed by Bill McRae of Kingsley
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE keyboard; standing L-ri Tyler! Elder, tenor;_IIollj Lake.

Positions available for LPNs. Starting salary is' $18,760

annually with excellent benefits package. Please, submita UFE&:PRAISE MINISTRIES County Ads.. OOKSI Details, 1-602838-0883 32000yr. Income Ext.potential.BK-9127
P.o.Crow_ 3* ,
of Florida employment application to: Stk PASTOR,, EDWARD L VAN CAMP ATTENTION 3tpd.7/19 I 8/2.POSTAL JOiS Start $11.41
FOR SALE p.r hour. For application Info call
A FULL GOSPEL FAMLY CHURCH 1-602.838-B885. Ext.M9127. 6 a.m.10

PERSONNEL MANAGER "Come experience the difference"Schedule EILI'S APPLIANCE. USED SALES AND p.m..7 days..3tpd.73719.,
LECANTO TOFU SHOP cook. assistants
I of Services: SERVICE. *. Mil tome,
REPAIR Buy torn
UNION CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONP. 3rd shift, apply Mon-Thurs 4963714.
Sunday Morning Worship trod some, fix some. 4962090. 4tpd. 2tchrg. 7/12 7/19.
O. BOX 221 10:30 aniSunday 4/12.4/26 then TFN. STEEL WILDING SYSTEMS MANUFACTURER -
HITCH for full slxe truck. $SO.
.Evening Worship awarding dealership In select
RAIFORD, FL 32083 Call 964-8791 ask for Jason. TFN.
7:00- areas.Starter advertising;Dealer
pmWednesday open
PHONE: (99 ) 431-1212, EXT. 202 7:30 Evening Worship- STEEL doors DOCBOX Swivel for Mat.full slie$175.truck.Call Jason Double seminar provided.; Design Purchase and Engineering factory directat support
pm TFN.
at 9648791.
low dealer price call 303759.3200
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER PO.......ia CONNEX 9648791.3300 C.-TFN.RADIO $200. Call Ext. 10. 2tpd. 7/12,7/19.
Jaton at
5 rIGs estimated weight 35 lb.. each. ATTENTION
PAY Assemble products at
$15 each. Call 496-3332 Itpd. 7/19.
Detail 1-602838-8883 Ext. W9127.
PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party toauum.
) 3tpd.7/12/19/26.
i n small monthly payments on
/ : .&., 'n". '<.''I spinet piano. Can be seen locally.
n Credit Dept 904.254.8481. 3tchrg. HOMES FOR SALE
i MOTORCYCLE with Vln. No. FROM SI (U REPAIR) Delinquent taxproperty.
o+1n nonnq nu. nd, 1 1ut. PC014105378 will be sold for Wrecker Call
..nut ,h flu s UuI '-" Bill and Sta/ogew, :; belonging to Russell '1-602838-8889 Repossessions.' Ext. GH 9127. 3tpd.
.noI. Houston'of Route 24 Box 97 of Baldwin,
,. 7/12/19/26.
I w r 4 w!w? )I.t 1'7 1 loll ; Fl. 32234.: Itclirg. 7119.PERSONAL .


1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
1990 DODGE to the Union County Times
DIVIBION of cf.nal>9I aaamRa man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 284 In writing and paid In advance
Inch water wells. Pumps- sales, ser unless credit Is alr.ady established

5 Sp., Air, Rear Step Bumper, stations-., Installation N.w Installation septic ,tanks drainfi.ldr.polr. lilt THI with TIMES this office.STAFF CANNOT 8E HELD

se\eC 1 Power Steering .. Contact. Bryan (Skeeter). RSSPONSIILI FOR MISTAKES IN
Jones-275-2004- x Jones2752714. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
10ftO 0 After 6 p.m.- State licensed- workguaranteed THI TELEPHONE.
$981325Rebate -free..lImot... 1/23 5tpd. Classified deadline I. MONDAY, 5
2/22 then/tfn P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
WESLEY LAND CLEARING fishing pond., Minimum charge" IS word.for$3.50,
QOO00 road building, land clearing 431-1090 th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter
or 496-2281. 2tehrg. 7/12, 7/19.
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318 V-8, PW PD&L, Tilt, Cruise Sliding I
Rear Window, Colorado Red 1

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Rebate $2,OOOOO J tetoXe&XAXVXA&MiXjIXXl!
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.. .7>Yar":Warranty; LOOKJR $1 0,98785T GRIFFIS GaS

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1988F-150 'kLT Was $10,550 >

; Lariat ..((4x4)SSp.tlH.Crulse.AlrtStereo; ) .$9 950 AT,V-8 Air Stepside Ml Stereo, UkeNew Cass.,14,000 $10,495ESITALLf ONLY $9900INCLUDES






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. Crady Announces Intentions to Run for Re-Election to House Dist. 13 I

"I've enjoyed serving the people District 13. jtervflUve,common sense leadership Crady was named the Quality Floridlan ''greatly benefit Baker. ;Bradford and,
In my district for the past 13 years "I have faithfully represented the lathe legislature, has established a for January 1990 by the Florida Union Counties.:
and I'm looking forward to continuIng conservative political philosophy of reputation as an effective League of Cities.In honoring Crady "I'm proud of my success in the
*? serve them In the years my constituents," Crady said. "I spokesman for the problems, concerns Raymond Sittlg,Executive Directorof legislature. Crady said, "As a
ahead" said State Representative want to thank them for allowing me and needs of the people living the Florida League of Cities said, member;rthe Appropriations Committee -
George Crady,as he announced that the privilege of serving them In In Florida's. small cities and counJee "Representative Crady has always I have been influential in
he will seek re-election to the Tallahassee." worked closely with city represen- providing funding for many essential -:
Florida Legislature from House Cradv. who is known for his con- In recognition! of that leadership, tatives to solve the many intergovernmental projects throughout the district, ,, ..,
problems In as well as successfully fighting for ..
EPJVfi Florida. He has been an advocate of increased funding for road and
r t 1 home rule and helped In efforts to bridge projects and substantial increases -
stop state mandates without fun- I in funding, for rural school
districts..,_" "" .
Through his leadership and : :
seniority in the legislature, Crady Crady, an authority on House
has Rules and parliamentary procedure,
successfully fought for addi '
> "'G'' '" $99 DOWN $3S PER' WlI\r'Kd"4"\! PVi: tlonallOUl'Cel of revenue for small bOlds a leadership position In the t" : x
{.1,} \$ t' % counties,by sponsoring and pausing ,Florida House of Representatives as
major legislation, such as. the the House Parliamentarian, chair-
79 Pontiac Grand Prix$1495 77 Chevy Camaro 1495 Prison Impact Bill and the Small: Rules Reform COmmItteeandnae : .
Stk #3432 Stk 3409 County Kicker Bill. vice chairman of the Rules
Crady said. "I am particularly. and Calendar Committee. In addi-
78 Buick Regal $1295 74 Chevy Malibu $495 proud of the fact that through my tion, he is a member of the House
Stk 3430 Stk#3389 I sponsorship of the Small County Appropriations, Commerce
Kicker Bill, emergency distribution Children and Youth, Natural -- -
78 Dodge Diplomat $995 77 AMC Hornet $495 funds for small counties were Increased Resources arid Ethic ana'Elections George Crady II
by $3 million. This will committees.
Stk #342 Stk #3418 State Representative n

., .'!',".<,>,::-'> ,. > f.l:: -:>'1o ?"..>...
,, '
ms ,,
>..',.""xws.-j.;$199 DOWN '" ',xib'$40'PERfWEEK''} : '.>.d:.'..yl'v.":& "

78 Chevy Camaro $1695 78 Ford FIDO P/U 1695 PEDESTAL .
Stk #3431 Stk 3433

76 Ford Ranger PUI AQ rS 84 Toyota P/U 1495 W ENTERTAINMENT'CENTERReg.
Stk 3427 JL *y
78 Stk Toyota#3423 Celica $1695 84 Stk Chevy#3406 Chevette 2495 Price I 38'I SALE PRICE

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: ,,;t/. ;;fM$299 DOWN ,',. $40>PER."WEE 1fX''i". ;; _:; ac,'>1> X24995z..L: / $19995

82 Stk Olds#3412 Cutlass $2695 80 Stk Dodge D-100 P/U $2495 l

Oak Finish
S3 Ford LTD $OQQCi 80 Toyota Celica 2495
I- 0' Glass
Stk 3403 < ***& J Stk#3382 29W- sr/4" :
82 Ford Fairmont $O5QPCrf&U57 85 Ford EXP $2995
Stk #339 J Stk #3362

'"1;,<,,'' "",'..''> .$499'DOWN" ',.,'>""""".,"$4'OVPER', 'WEEK, ,.'.'-:";i'd>'.f,'{.;;.'v."'f\"t.'Ii!,' ".", J">"fN,;r "':' U26Vi Hidden Storage
Will t 27'TV '" for Tapes &
84 Dodge Daytona 2995 84 Ford Mustang $QAQPi Accept>
Stk '323 stk#3342 OfircrO Monitor Video Camera

84 Stk Mercury#3129 Topaz $3495 85 Dodge Aries 3495

82 Chevy Caprice $2895 82 Buick Century $QQQEC
Stk #3317 Stk #3390 AS7S7 7 FREE DELIVERY
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the first time. And friendly; personal service was the whole

idea behind our new bank.We're owned and operated by

c:::: your friends and neighbors right here Bradford County. So,

you can be sure we won't be letting any outsiders take over

our bank or tell us we have to change. our name. -

Q .! If you feel like you're getting lost in the shuffle these days,

",i : maybe we should talk. We'think you'll' find our personal approach -

r"", to banking a lot more:-satisfying than the by-the-.

numbers system practiced by,a lot of the big chains..

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Obituaries .

Ella Toplln 81, of Little Lake Santa Fe. Waldo loss of our dear loved one. Steele of Orrvllle Ohio and Allan day July 17,at 11 a.m.at the Chapelof Cemetery under the direction of Archie I
M.. Ella Toplln, 82, died Sunday died Friday. July 13, In North May God bless each of you for Keith Steele of Livingston, TN; one Arcfcle Tanner Funeral Home Tanner Funeral Home of
July 15, at 5 PmBradford Florida Regional Medical Center, ;your kindness: and love. daughter Marla Kay Walker of with burial In Crosby Lake Starke.
HosolUl.She was the daughter of Gainesville following a short U- The Family! ot Leona Brown_ Lawtey; one brother, Ivan Steele of
the late Mr. and Mn. John lness. Born in Edmonton, Alberta MassiUon' ; three sisters, Marjorie -. ..
TopIIn Ashten Marla Daniels jBj| | ygggSJBBsM>BBHMlBMMWHMHM M aMM MB B> H B ivvi
Canada,Mr.Bostock moved to Little
(Parthenla); had resided in Winsell of Canton Ohio Evelyn
County all her life was Lake Santa Fe In 1M7 from Clinton Infant Ashten Maria Daniels died Gosness and Joyce:Sampson: ,both of BradfordChiropractic
member of the First Born 6iurch; of a and Iowa. He was of the Catholic faith Sunday; July IS,In Shands Teaching Prosperty, S.C.; 11 grandchildrenand
the Living God, Inc. of Starke for was retired as a PepsiColadistributor Hospital, Gainesville. four great grandchildren. '
many years.Survivors. in Clloton, Iowa. Survivors Include her parents Funeral services were held at 10 Center
Include one sister and Survivors Include his wife John F. and Juanita Marie Danielsof a.m. Saturday June 30, at the
brother-in-law Mrs. Zelphla Bostock of Waldo Betty Lake City her maternal grandparents Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Starke Office
Chambers (Columbus one son, Richard Maca and Faye Lackey of Home of Starke. with Rev. Ben
) one brother Clinton
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Elder Luther Toplln incudlng nieces Bostock. of ; Iowa; two Lake Butler' maternal great grand- Bryant officiating. Graveside ser- 218 S. Walnut St.
and nephews: Mr. Isaiah Petteway sisters Illinois Lucille Kocsls Oak Forest, mother Wanda Juanita Kent vices were at 2 p.m. Saturday,June Next to the Clumber of Commortt
(Mildred), Mrs. Zephanlah Cummings tendorf. Iowa Doris Arllngdale of Bet- Riveslde,Calif.;her paternal grandparents 30, at New Hope Cemetery in 9644957rfYNTROt
(Isaac) all of Starke Mr. and three ; grandchildren.: Rev. Lewis and Mary Lou Hickox Ga. with Archie Tanner
William Lane, Jr. (Betty),Jacksonville Funeral great services for Mr. Bostock Daniels of Lake City, Keith and 'Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
Debris Cantfield of Inverness.Graveside arrangements.
Mrs. Martha A. Solomon
were held at 10 a.m. in DeWitt C. PAIN ,
Cummings(Michael).of Orange Starke.Park She also Mrs.leaves Mary Jones M with Chapel FT. Starke Jeff ,McGowan Monday July of Wednesday, July services 18,at 10:30 were: a.m. in Deborah C. Dukes Headache r<
other nieces,nephews great nieces < ficiating.Burial was In Crosby Lake Philippi Cemetery In Columbia Deborah Jean Carter Dukes,40,of Neck &' Arm
nephews a host of greatgreat'nieces Cemetery under the direction of County with Rev. Lewis Daniels of- Sprlnghill,Fla.,died Thursday July Mid Back
and nephews and other Jones Funeral Home, Starke. ficiating. Archer Funeral Home of 12, other home. A native of Bioun Low Back Sc-Lcg.
relatives and friends. Lake Butler was In charge of ar stown Florida, she was raised in Work Related
Funeral services for Ms. Toplln rangements. Union County, graduating from -
were held Sunday,July 22,at 11 a.m. Card of ThanksThe Union County High School as validic- t Pcnonal Sport
at her church, The First Born John Steele Jr. torian in 1968. She was
Church of the Living God, Inc. Brown family of Leona (Ma all Boots the) (Correction to last weeks owner/operator of a furniture Auto Accident
wonder appreciate obituary) business' SpringhiU and was of the DR. W. DAVID SIXES
Thomas A. BostockMr. food many, flowers cards blessings and,prayers visits, Mr. John Emmett Steele, Jr., 77, Baptist faith.Survivors CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN |
Thomas A. "Tom" Bostock of Lawtey,died Wednesday,June 27, include her father and
:. .!bestowed upon our family during the at Alachua General Hospital! mother, Paul and Myrtice Carter of THE TEAM APPROACH
Gainesville, following an extended Brooksvllle, FL; four sons, Buddy
illness. Born and raised In Rittman, Winston and Galven Parrish ofBrooksville
and Parrish of CHIROPRACTIC
Ohio, Mr. Steele had resided there Wayde
It until his retirement from North Folk Providence; one brother, Paul
Western Railroad in 1974. Moving to Carter Jr. of Brooksville; one HOUR BEEPER
jflM! Lawtey in 1079 Mr. Steele was a sister ilenee Montanaro of Satellite 964-4957 24
member of the Baptist faith. Beach and one grandchild. TPIB 0I'JI00 Hou s Mos.-PrL.ao-6aOO.... Id.ay App&ntm nt
I Survivor include Duane Lee Funeral services were held Tues-




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Grand Master of Masons to Visit Here, ; '":' '


Starke Hosts Dist. Meeting
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Benefit Dinner
David Allen Eschrich, Grand After supper, the men's programwill than 78,000 members of Florida L. "Dink"Dinkins,District Instructor -
Master of Free and Accepted begin at the Lodge on Orange lodges,as well as over an estimated is Andy Vargo.Area Masons serving For Oral TannerSet
Masons In Florida,will visit the with Street while the ladles enjoy a program quarter-million Masonic residentsor on committees of the.Grand
n membership of the lodges of the 8th presented at the school. visitors who belong to lodges out- Lodge are Lee Taylor. (Masonic Saturday July 28, at
Masonic district at the annual side the state. Home 100), Ron Taylor (Foreign
district meeting to be held at Brad- Grand Master Eschrich makes his Relations) and William A. Bessent Lawtey Community
ford Lodge No. 35 next Friday,July home in Lakeland,where he Is an ex- The eight Masonic lodges in the (Penal Affairs and Panel. of At- School. Fish barbecue
27. ecutive at the home office of Publlx 8th District include Union,Bradford torneys). chicken and fixin's for
Super Markets. He has been with Baker and southwest Duval, All Master Masons and .their
Registration will begin at 5 p.m.at Publix for 30 of his 47 years, and a Counties- which the Lake Butler ladles are invited to be present and $3.50 per plate. Bake
Starke Elementary School cafeteriaon Freemason for 26 years.Elected and lodge Is the oldest at 129 years. welcome Grand Master Eschrichand sale and country music
Washington Street,with supper to installed Grand Master in May of District Deputy Grand Master for the officers of the Grand Lodgeto also.
1 FJfiJ follow; at.8 p.m. this year, he presides over the more the 8th district this year Is Charles Bradford County.

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SFCC Andrews Center

Sets Fall ScheduleThe

Andrews Center of Santa Fe SUS C R i
Community College In Starke has \0
announced its schedule for the Fall -
1990 Semester. The schedule In-
cludes a record 62 offerings here in '/ qp b

Starke.In addition. to basic classes, the FARCE REDUCTIONSISToREWIDE
Fall schedule includes a large vane
ty of classes in Business,Accountingand ITEMS!
Computer classes from Word SE-0 UT vi,
Processing to Electronic Spread-

sheets.Spanish I and II. Class Piano,Art f /Dented! I SUPER SAVINGS EVENT!
Fundamentals,Public Speaking and
Real Estate are among the many BBBBB-
classes of interest to the general > ,

public.Freshman registration for new Xial Purchased '
students is currently underway from ; t .
9 to 3 p.m. daily at the college officeon !
West Call Street. ILsonalClose-Of.
For more information,please call

964-5382. ODDS & ENDS u I r ,,

Smith Scholarship t OVERSTOCK ITEMS 1 !

Foster Shi and Mary Ann
,! Smith Scholarship Review Committee !--NURRINfOR
met recently to select the 1990-91 : : gE -
scholarship recipients. The winners r'
will each receive $500 to apply
toward the cost of tuition and tex-

year tbooks.were The: students selected this ;;;

Jennifer Brown, a junior at the
University of Florida majoring in :
psychology and pre-dental program.
Kelliene Baldwin Clark, a seniorat
the University of North Florida
majoring in elementary education. FULL SIZE PAID. .
Pamela Zurfluh, a junior at the _
University of North Florida major- PILLOWS
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Clay County

Super Saturday

Voter RegistrationA rr S

Super Saturday Voter Registration -
Day for Northeast Florida has
been announced by Dorothy K. Holt,
Clay County Supervisor of Elections.
Special registration drives will be
held in sites around Clay County to I f ATCHING
encourage voter registration prior to MR.WRK&OWN MATCHING
the deadline for primary election NIGHTSTAND CHAIR
registration at 5 p.m. Monday,Aug.
Any registrations or affiliation 4-PIECB Or 5-PIECB ._ .i I OUR DAILY LOW PRICK AND
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Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights
Orange Park Mall, Blanding
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12-6 p.m. I
& just
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Kingsley Ave and Highway 17,
Orange Park, 12-6 p.m. "CHARGE IT* ICE MAKER _
Supervisor of Elections Office, WITH PURCMASB r OP ANYREFRIGERATOR
910 Ferris Street(Highway 16 West), WITH OUR EASY M-STORE .
Green Cove Springs,9 a.m.-5 p.m. CHARGE PLAN* ( j3% sliw
Middleburg Library, 2245 Astor 1
Street Middleburg 12-4 p.m.
There are 42 permanent registra-

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day All in special Clay County.and permanent sites Et

can update do new records registrations of currently as well as C2 J- :

registered Clay County voters, including
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Free Class On

Career Fe FocusingSanta Community College'sFocus JF7JuIMARKDOWN WIll BE HERE FOR A U ifED TIME OtiLVWl'

on Careers department is
ready to help you if you want to get
back into the job market, want to FARMERS.
change your career or want to begina Wo're Not .
new career.Beginning Sorel D
Monday,July 23,SFCC Furniture
Is offering a free class at the
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