Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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moon will be full again Friday, August 6. Ad.... ,,.!.',. .nd Issue Thursday,July 26,1990 LISPS OC2-700

7\ Worth. School Budget Tentatively Adopted, Public Hearing Set Monday

\ A $17,682,664 school budget was hearings on the budget is set for 7 they're not making more this year enough money to take care of a computer ject. Needed this year will be a down
mg. tentatively approved 5-0 by the p.m. Monday, July 30. than last," said Supt.Duncan, who lab at the Bradford High. Last payment of$100,000,
School Board members in action Supt.Jim Duncan said the mlllage said it takes 2V4-3 percent more each year the state gave BHS $26,000 and School Board Member Evelyn Chas
Monday, July 23. increase is necessary to maintainthe year just to maintain the annual step there will be an increase but Duncan tain said she "...knows we're proceeding -
Car Wash... The budget includes a .3 mill In- salary schedule. Bargainingwith ups in pay.Non-instructional and administrative did not know how much. just like we have been, but
The Madison Street Baptist crease, or some$80,000, to make the the Bradford Education salaries will also go up this is not real progress."
Church la sponsoring a car wash school board's discretionary property Association has just begun, with no about three percent, said Duncan. Early in October county level administrator By October, Duncan said, he
Saturday, July 28,10 to 1 p.m. at tax load 1.019 mills, up from .719 percentages of raises put on the The $500,000 computer project is will sit down with IBM should know how much money he'll
Wal-Mart Discount Center, proceeds mills.The. table yet. still on hold, said Supt. Duncan. The representatives and get back to
to go to Youth Camp Fund. : first of two required public_ "I don't want anyone to feel superintendent hopes there will beT work on the $500,000 computer pro- (See School Budget..P.3A)

Come help these kids go to camp. ,N_

MobUy The 2nd Reunion.annual Andrew.. Jackson 2 Races Set

Mobley family reunion is scheduled
Saturday, July 28 at Stricklands
Landing, Klnssley Lake, starting at I
10 a.m.,with basket lunch at 1 p.m.
Come and enjoy.. .the fun and

fellowship.Benefit Dinner... For Co. BoardOnly

A benefit dinner for Oral Tanner
is set July 28, 11 a.m. until-... at two Bradford County com polls show Chiles leading both Mar-
Lawtey Community School. mission races are on the Sept. first tinez and Nelson so far.
Chicken or catfish plates $3.50. Also primary election ballot. Rep. Nelson, 47, served nearly 12
bake sale. Only late surprise was the entry of years In the U.S.Congress. As chair-
political newcomer D.M. (Donald man of the U.S. House Subcommittee -

,Band Leadership Training... Mallette) Hale of Silver Lake near on Space, Nelson flew in space on
the last Shuttle mission before the
Keystone Heights into the District 4
All drum'maJora., section leaders
disaster. Nelson was the
Bradford with incumbent Challenger
County race
and officers must meet for band : Joe Riddick, who seeks a se- top Democratic contender before
leadership Hall training at the BHS p. !\ ; cond term, and earlier challenger Chiles and MacKay entered the
Band 1 to 3 Monday
p.m. p.m. 2
John Anderson of Santa Fe Lake, race.
thru Thursday,July 30-Aug 2.. also a newcomer to politics.It's .
U.S. House...
Cards. a four way race for the District
Report 2 County Commission seat held by Dist.2 U.S. Rep. Bill Grant, R, has
Parents are required to pick up three term veteran E.L. (Nook) Nor. no Repubican opposition in the
their student's report cards at BHS man who is challenged by three primary elections but faces the win-
so the student can register for the Pr Democrats: ag teacher Greg ner of a Democratic primary race
appropriate courses in the fall. Alvarez, poultryman Arthur between two Democrats, Bob Boyd
Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondaythru Gaskins, and fireman Manly Bolin. from Tallahassee and Pete Peterson
Thursday. The winner will face Republican from Marianna in the November
Marvin Rosier of Lawtey in the General Election. Boyd, 26, is an at-
Pin Valley Bible School... General Election."I torney and former legislative aide to
Pine Valley Congregational was surprised,"said one county former Congressman Buddy
Holiness Church has scheduled a official, that alf three Bradford MacKay. Peterson: 54, is a formerAF
vacation bible school from 7-9 p.m district school board members up pilot, POW, and is a teacher and
each evening, Monday, July 30 for re-election got by without opposi-- businessman. Rep. Grant is a
through Friday August 3. tion. They are: Jimmie Scott, Dist. former banker from Madison.
Everyone Is welcome. The churchis 1; James (Cobby) Wainwright,Dist.
on the dirt road behind Bradford 2, and Evelyn Chastain, Dist. 3. It Secretary of State...
Furniture Factory. will be the second term of all three. Secretary of State Jim Smith a
County Judge George Pierce, 59, Republican, is being challenged by
BHS Band Camp...' did not draw opposition and will three Democrats: Alcee L.

I At Bradford.High Band Hall. Shooting the begin his third term. Hastings, Jim Minter and John P I
, Mandatory for band seniors 8 a.m. Rogers.
: :; .. ".to 3 p.m.'IIU iog.' >.thrntsPorlnfor'mation .a'.i ,.?.* Gubernatorial; candidate .. : l ,State)Iousg-' t i
r call 96488740. with Bradford lupparleri (l-r) State Rep. George Crady, Attorney l'eral.' .. :
Flynn, and I.L. (Gene) D-Yulee, by without opposi Attorney General Robert A. (Bob)
Senior Plctu....... at the Town Hall In Oranga ". tion. Rep. Cray, elected In 1977,has Butterworth, a Democrat, got by

BHS Senior retake pictures will Sen. Chllei shook handi, served 13 years. with no opposition.
be made Wednesday to everyone who approached .P State Rep. Chance Irvine,
August 8-10 at the BHS auditorium. campalgn", which limits R-Orange Park, drew Thrasher State Treasurer...
10.3 p.m. Aug. 8 and 9-3 p.m. Aug. opposition from John School State Treasurer Tom Gallagher a
9-10. For info, call Chrissie Naz- former chairman of the Clay Republican, is being challeged by
worth, 964-4281. : Board. No Democrat ran for the Democrats Jake Crouch and George
: Dist. 21 state house seat.Governor's .
: Stuart.
Ninth Grade Band... ,
Race... I
Student and Parents meeting at- Comptroller...
tendence mandatory. Choose one of Expected to be the biggest draw in Incumbent state comptrollerGerald
the following evenings: Mon., Tues.or an off-year election is the race for Lewis, a Democrat, is being
Thurs. July 31), 31 or Aug 2.7:30: governor. Gov. Bob Martinez, seek challenged by Republican Chris
p.m. BHSl: Band Hall. For Informa- ing his second term, has Republican Comstock.
tion call Mike Woodfln,964-8740. opposition but is not expected to be
seriously challenged. Republicans Education Commissioner...
Legion Auxiliary... running against the governor are: Democratic commissioner of
John Davis, Warren E. Folks,
The American Legion Ladies Marlene Woodson Howard, and An- education Betty Castor is being
Auxiliary will meet Friday, Aug. 3 'thony R. (Andy) Martin. challenged by three Republicans:
at 12 noon at the Post Home on Ed- Gov. Martinez,55,a former school Amefika D. Geuka, Claude Kirk and

wards Road. to teacher, restauranteur, and mayorof Ken Stepp.
All members are urged to attendto Gubernatorial candidate con,4' the
also faces tough competition -
participate in electing officers Chiles'visited for nearly two from the Democratic side from Ag Commissioner...
and making plans for the 90-91 on the lawn of the Orange Park former U.S. sena'or Lawton Chiles Sen. Bob Crawford, president of
fiscal year. Lunch will be provided. hall Saturday, July 21, on a by and running mate Buddy MacKay. the state Senate, is( the lone
skip NE-Florida.jump campaign Chiles, 60, from Lakeland, served in Democratic candidate to succeedthe
Sales Seminar... across (by Conner.
his theme of the Florida House 1956-66 and the retiring Doyle
Continuing we and in the Three Republicans, Charles Bron-
"The Basics of Successful Sell- the government back to the Florida Senate 1966-70,
by Jerry Hines, Is Chiles said Americans are U.S.Senate for 19 years, 19701989. son, Jack P. Dodd,and Ron Howard,
scheduled for August 14, 7 to 10 this election and waiting to see they MacKay, 57, an Ocala native,served sioner.are running for agriculture commis-
p.m. at the Andrews Center Board the people of Florida vote pro- 12 years In the Florida legislature
Room. Cost is $25. Sponsors are the peo- before moving to Congress in 1982.
and seat in 1988 State Attorney...
He left his congressional
Santa Fe Community College "If believe that people
the Chamber of Commerce. more important that money;, to run for the U.S. Senate and lost a Len Register, a Republican ap-
help.Chiles and (Buddy) on close race to U.S. Sen. Connie Mack, pointed state attorney by Gov. Bob
Upcoming... turn Florida politics upside R-Cape Coral. Martinez at the death of the late
to on Chiles and MacKay have state attorney Gene Whitworth, got
and return our
Public meetings scheduled In the said Chiles, who Democratic opposition from by with no opposition In his first time
I coming weeks are: peoPlel" the U.S. Senate and U.S.Congressman Bill Nelson and up; for election to the Eighth Judicial
Budget Workshops are scheduled it running mate Tom Gustafson. State Circuit office.
by the County Commission for out of retirement to challenge .
Thursday, July 28, and Monday July cumbent Republican Gov. Bob an
30,7:30 p.m. at the CommtslIonmeeting tinez. ,
room at the courthouse. "Every day we are out among State, National Political Scene.. .
Public la invited. people, visiting our
Starke Zoning Board meets centers, schools, senior centers, Republican gubernatorial candidate Marlene

Thursday July 26 at 7. p.m. at City. homeless shelters and to of Woodson-Howard visited Starke recently and spoke with
businesses. We are listening
Hall. to
Telegraph staff members. P.IB
,wants and needs. The
Bradford :
Board has scheduled County the 1st public Florida are ready for leaders in- A U.S. Congress candidate swam across Crosby Lake to

hearing on its budget for Monday, to make those" changes. We -, demonstrate concern for the environment. P.6B
'July 30.7 p.m., at the District Of- ready to lead, Sen. Chiles to
crowd of some 100 persons.
fice.The Starke City Council has' Over'20,000 people have

scheduled a budget workshop for
Monday.July 30, 7:30 p.rrf.at City '

HalL The Bradford County Zoning Political Considerations Aside Budget Must Be Balanced, Carter Says .

'Board meets Tuesday, July 31, 7''
Hall Board Room. 4-hour talking about July 30. The costing some $102,000, for county voters approve the two proposed
p.m. at City Still $2.3 million out after a commissioners were for 7:30 p.m. Monday,
The Bradford County Commission workshop Monday night, Jan. 23, cutting all new requests, and going public Is invited. employees. No raise was given last special assessments, the county will
meets at 9:30 a.m. Monday Bradford commissioners seemed to back to the 1989-90 budget. Clerk The $1,342,560 request of Sheriff year.Commissioners. not have to secure Interlocal
August 6 at the Commission come face to face with the severityof Ray Norman agreed. The $7.4 Kenneth Etheridge occupied some are still talking Increasing agreements to levy the assessments
meeting room at the courthouse.The their budget problem.Are budget of 1989-90! however minus three hours of the July 23 workshop.The property taxes by not taking Inside corporate boundaries, attorney
Starke City Council meets not commissioners personally $900,000 In special assessment in- sheriff asked for two new the rollback rate plus increasingone Bessent told commissioners.Clerk .
Tuesday August 7 at 7:30: p.m. at liable ,for mishandling county come budgeted.But deputies, for a total of 12, two new mill. They will not levy 10 mills, Norman has already told
City Hall. money,asked a deadly serious Commissioner ,Norman said,the commission cars for each,a new employee at the the limit allowed by law, even In commissioners he's not budgetingthe
The Raiford City Council meets Joe Riddick after the needs a base Income to work toward. jail and a part-time employee in his their current budget crisis, commis- 'special assessments. Norman
Monday August 13 at 7:30 p.m. at meeting ended. Yes, said county at- That, the clerk said, Is so far impossible office to handle victims' rights. sioners agree so far.Commissioners still. feel each fears the assessment can't be
Raiford City Hall. torney Bill Bessent, confirming to determine because the duties and help catch up on back- counted on.Attorney.
The Brooker City Council meets what Riddick already knew. Riddick state Department of Revenue, as of logged paperwork. household should pay some Bessent recommendedthe
at does not want to afternoon, refused to reveal Commissioners, facing the $2.3 commissioners
Tuesday, August 14,7:30 p.m. said, at 61, he Monday Assessments... separately
Brooker City Hall. chance losing everything he has, including new state allocations. Until it la million shortage, declined to the two assessments on
;The Hampton City Council meets' his home. known how much money comes miss anything to the sheriff. They The commission decided over the the ballot. Bessent said the fire protection
Tuesday, August 14, 7:p.m. at "Well, I'm ready to get down to it from the state, about 80 percent of did agree a new washing machine past two budget workshops, July 18 assessment could not be
Hampton City Hall. and cut what we have to," said the budget, it is Impossible for Clerk and dryer are needed at the jail. and July 23, that special levied In towns which already have
The Bradford County Commission Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. Political Norman and CPA Pat Farnsworth to Commissioners asked, where Is the assessments of $35 for emergency fire protection,such as Starke. If the
meets Wednesday. August.15 considerations aside; the budget accurately calculate. the 909in>< money coming from? medical service and $10 for assessments were separate Starke
be from votingon
7.30pm. at the courthouse. must be balanced Carter said. Commissioners come. The sheriff is requesting volunteer fire departments will be voters ; exempt "
NRSWA has scheduled Its next are currently looking at Clerk Norman is also working to $1,342,560, up $189,228 over the placed on, the Nov.4 General Election the flre.issue. that if
meeting 7:30: p.m. ,some $8.5 million In spending requests give' the commissioners up to date $1,153,332 budgeted in 89-90. ballot. BessajU\ told commissioners
7:30 p.m.at the Bradford County and, so far some $6.2 millionIn expenditures in each line Item. Despite the cutting job they face, If passed vby the people, the votersntjreject the emergency
Courthouse.! income. Budget workshops are set for 7:30: commissioners are still talking assessments win not be levied In the (SOP County Budget... .3A)
By t the end of the July 23 workshop p.m. today (Thursday, July 26) and about a three percent pay raise, 90-91<< budget. However, 'county

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i Staff Writer received the proposed budget the and Ruckman, the city's engineer- department with a special Jax cil," Bobby Biggs said. "Why do AtistU.M.C.Vacation .
I Failing to resolve a budget deficit previous Tuesday to study. ing consultant, warn of some of the district or assessment setup county they have to Increase 5% every Bible School starts Monday
of'187,ooo. effects the new plan may have,particularly wide -
Monday for
night,the Starke No More Mandates... funding. It may Include year? SO at First United
economic ,
and July
Impacts, the,
Council scheduled at. ,
another workshop police, fire and rescue combined. Capital outlay Is budgeted
for Monday,July 30, 7:30 p.m. Councilman Travis Woods recommended need for local Input from sources Commissioner Ed Wall wondered $18,000 and$13,000 for one new policecar. Methodist Church. each
that the council familiar with local needs. Ruckman From 0:30 to 11:30 a.m. day
"I don't find "
lot of where
a slack, In the the savings would be; deputy .
and recommend voters to would for their classes planned for children In
support quote no price ser are
budget as presented sheriff's think In real good shapein
said Mayor start at$16,401,about$2,000 "I we are and
ammendment No.3, in balloting this vices, however.As the Education Building
Vernon Silcox looking fund said-
for fall. The more than city police, he said, and the fine and forfeiture Hall. Bible stories,
Is Brown will haveto
sponsoredby city Fellowship
something to cut out. attorney the level of service from "We will make the $50,000 as
we get our Epps.
"There hasn't been the North Florida League of rewrite city zoning ordinances to crafts, games, songs
in there that Isn't anything"' t Cities, and will prohibit the comply with the new plan he says. own than police department is far better budgeted. the council refreshments will highlight the class
needed 30
said City we could expect from a county Next Monday,July ,
Clerk Linda Wise. Councilmen legislature from passing mandates "The bulk of the work is already wide police force. will try to come up with a balanced time, according. to Director Debby
down to the cities and counties done the Anderson.
by regional planning council -
"What makes think the budget after the proposalmore
you studying commencement Is plannedfor
without funding. he said."We need to hold public sheriffs with A VBS
There have been 330 unfunded fine department would be here and consulting Opera- 6:30 ,Friday, August 3
hearings, tune the plan, who : p.m.
Weldon was
Fee from somewhere out In the if tions Manager BUI ,
Is welcome.
Impact mandates from the legislature, ac- negotiate with the Department of Everyone
we needed extra help, asked Wall. out of town this week.
cording to the League of Cities,said Community Affairs" to correct "We The fiscal ends Sept.
Silcox, and in small cities with a flaws and ultimately gain approvalfor are giving you premium law" city's year
enforcement for basement dollar 30.
May Go Up small there"tax for base loca''the funding.Comprehensive money. just isn't the plan. _, said Police Chief Jimmy Epps. "We
have had three homicides In the city, i
Police Budget...
all solved compared to one in the
Planning... "Every year the Police Department county with no Important development -
After UsageThe An item under Comprehensive costs more money" Silcox on It yet,"he said. NOTICEREGISTER
Planning In the budget, an Increaseof said. "I can't point a finger at any The Starke P.D. budget is just
issue of fee for the from $2,437 to over $15,000 this one thing, but ...(these Increases)... over half a million dollars, with
an Impact
year, reflects an amount needed fora can't continue.Every city and coun- $537,452 budgeted, up from $479,757
KOA US-301
new Kampground on
revised comprehensive land use ty around Is In the,same situation.At last year, an increase of $57.7million.
south, has been resolved.
never plan required by law to be submittedoy ( the county level), there Is a .
Councilman Bobby Biggs broughtit : July 1, next year. $192,000 Increase for the sheriff." Salaries total $343,000 with an additional -
to the attention of the council at a !
Attorney Terry Brown informedthe "It's coming some day we will
; $67.000 earmarked for over-
workshop meeting,Monday,July 23. council his law firm is getting In- have to fund law enforcement time and fringe benefits.
Biggs received a complaint and in- to developing land use plans for separately," said Silcox, referring "Salaries have Increases 40% In
vestigated to see if an impact fee other area cities, and promised that to a county wide consolidated police eight years I have been on the coun- TO VOTE
had been paid.No record shows thatit his firm will prepare the basic plan
has been paid.According for 10% less than the North Central
to attorney Terry Florida Regional Planning Council, Need An Electrician?
Brown, when KOA moved to its pre- who has bid $10,000 for the projectfor
sent location, the site plans were the town of Starke.At call DAN WAINWRIGHT
turned over to the city engineer to
a workshop last Monday, the -36 Yrs.Experience-All Electrical Work
determine the impact charges to be Books
made. council heard Don Ruckman and 1 Single it 3 hose -Reasonably Priced Wprk Registration
Mike Saylor, of Bessent, Hammack
Then owner of KOA Fred McElroy
contested the amount of the fee, ,--- ----- - Close For
$11,000, based on his new construc- j
tion: added 24 new campsites, t Cox Appliance 1st and 2nd Primaries
reduced 10( mobile home sites to one, &
reduced 15 showers to 10 showers
and restrooms, and did not replaceone ., Air Conditioning
gasoline filling station. oee:2 Service
The issue has never been resolved, Jk' A .o
and apparently "it fell through the M : O
cracks, Brown said. ANLYre.BOLIN
"Now we can measure the actual
impact by using actual usage
figures. The ultimate fallout may
show more than $11,000," said

Brown.City ordinances now have a builtin i Election Office Open
safeguard to insure that Impact

fees turned are on paid, said before City Clerk utilities Linda are Sat., July 28 &: Sat., Aug. 4

Wise. "We are set up now so there is

no paid hookup," she said.until Utility impact connectionsare fees are County Commission, District 2 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

coordinated through Operations
Director Bill Weldon s office and Joe Cox your friendly' repa bran.Call
must > certified in writing beforec A New Time /1lmtodcJyforanyappilancer.palr.'ServlC9 PHONE: 964-6280
& Repair on:
ic ins
nade.now determined A New Face .All Major Appliance* Neva Flynn
by neers and are .Air Conditioning-Refrigeration
based ... oats i olved in A New Beginning"Pd.Pol.Adv. .Eleetrtcol' Supervisor of Elections
making connections. Although they
may be higher than in the past,they s Bradford County
will be consisu.it in the future,said Pd.for by Campaign Treas. Dem.
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I NR; 'WA Hearing Set TuesdayA

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motion to Dismiss a suit aimed n wet acictfnave severe limitations houses, fish ponds and/or a hog \
+ at stopping the trI-iOWIty landfill on for landfill 1 use due to wetness, farm. ,
SR-IZlat EUerbee In Union ponding, seepage and poor filtration All fear groundwater contamination -
County... been filed by attorney and are corrosive to metal and concrete will adversely affect their
John Wershow of Gainesville, who and other highland\ areas Are livestock as well as water for personal I ,
represent the New* River Solid available within the three counites. consumption.
Waete Association (NRSWA). Also, the suit alleges, ar- NRSWA attorney Wershow, of -. r r'l
cheological finds have been made on Gainesville Is expected to argue the \! l4.i ,
A preliminary bearing on the the lands and surrounding area and citizen's suit, Is frivolous. Lea r "
NRSWA motion Is set there Is unmarked
Tuesday July an cemetery
31, In circuit court In Tallahassee. located In the area. Defendants propose Union County, Bradford County 1u f TI 1f
The suit against NRSWA was to dump ash from the hazar- and Baker County (which make up __ (
brought by a "Citizens Committee of dous waste treatment plant into the NRSWA) are political subdivisionsof
Raiford", a group of six nearby landfill and several endangered the State of Florida, and the w ( .* :
residents to the landfill site: Robert species of animals and plants in- Department of Corrections is an :
J. Anderson John L. Wilkinson, habit the area, are other allegations agency of the state; therefore they 'a--
Maxie D.Wilkinson,Johnnie L.Grif- contained In the suit. are subject to suit In the circuit court
fto. Hubert Griffis and William J. Four of the plaintiffs live withinone "in and for Leon County."
Griffis.The half mile of the site, one within
suit alleges that the site"Is three-quarters mile and one withinone Attorney Bill A. Corbin, Blount-
not suitable for use as a solid waste mile of the site, the suit claims. stown, In Calhoun County west of
(sanitary) ...landfill" because the All are engaged in farming opera- Tallahassee, Is attorney for plain w
soil types.have all been designated tions vrt" Horn*",f! ._." *, thicken| tiffs. .. !'!:' ),!;ri./'.:... -,- ... .

4-Qualify for 3 Starke Seats...

I Tax Increase SRWMD] City Clerk Linda Wise, right, accepts qualifying fees 'sioner Bobby Biggs. Biggs qualified Monday but didn't
,Proposed by from (l-r) Travis Wopds, Ed Wall. Charles Schaefer, stay around to be In the pltoto. Dist. 5 councilman td l
and Steve Futch as qualifying opened at noon Monday. Wall Is being challenged' by..veteran councilman
A north central Florida resident rate to .518 runts from the present .5 be the most luxurious office buildingin July 2l Charles Schaefer, who I* getting back into Starke
with a$50,000 home may see his property mils, an 8% increase in its $24.5 the district? At presstlme. nobody else had qualified for the Sept. politics after giving up his seat when the city dividcil
taxes rise fifty cents a year if million budget. One mil means one dollar in taxeson 11 city primary. Into single member voting districts last year. This will
the Suwannee River Water Manage- each $1,000 of taxable assessed So far, District: councilman Travis Woods has nooppnnltinn. be the first Ingle member district election. Slarkc
ment District (SRWMD) tax Increase Executive Director Jerry Scar- property.Assessed values are deter- St.vr. Futch Is rhallrnffilnf nt_. 1 *..-.1...
Is approved after a Sept. s borough cited a seven percent In- mined by county property ap-
public hearing. crease in operating expenses plus a praisers, and exemptions are
need for some new office space as he available.
The governing board has scheduled presented the millage request to the After taking a $25,000 homestead
one public hearing for the general board. exemption, the homeowner with
public to be heard on this matter. It $50,000 in property value will pay tax Voters to Decide Tourism Tax Issue
Is set for September B,at.:30 The states five water manage- on the remaining $25,000.
the district headquarters at Live ment districts were created by the The SRWMD tax increase means Voters can decide on the Nov. i merce recommendation to submit a supervising, and promoting tourism
Legislature in 1972. Florida voters he would pay $12.95 in water first primary election ballot whetherto two-percent: "tourist development locally, statewide, nationally or in
Oak.All amended the state Constitution in management taxes next year com- establish a two percent tax on tax' to the voters on the First ternationally. Activities allowed include
of Union and virtually all of 1977 to allow the water management pared to $12.110 this year. motel and hotel room rentals in Primary ballot In September.The cost of preparation and
Bradford counties are lathe Suwannee districts to levy taxes. A maximumrate The proposed tax increase would Bradford County. tax is added to bills paid by distribution of printed matter and
River district. Only a small portion was set at 1 mil.The legislature pay for construction of office space any person who rents or leases living advertising media such as maps,
of Bradford County around Bed- then established a .75 mil cap. A needed to carry out new responsibilities The two percent tax would cost a quarters or accommodations In any directories, billboards, signs, and
ford and Crystal lakes, where water management district can of the Land Acquisition and room renter 80 cents on a $40 room. rooming house, mobile home park, banners. It would also include
drainage Is eastward Into the St. raise property taxes and is not subject Management Department and the Generally, those persons not subjectto or condominium for a term of six design, construction, maintenanceand
Johns district, is not in the Suwannee to a vote of the electorate.One Communications Department.The sales tax will not be subject to the months or less. The owner or promotion of tourist attractionsand
district. The entire district la land acquisitions and tourist development. To be exempt landlord of the property is responsible a tourist Information center.
made up of nine complete counties of the first things the district management program accounts for requires filing an exemption cer- for adding the tax to the amount which may include offices and group
and parts of five others In north cen- did after receiving its first tax percent of SRWMD's$24.5 million tificate annually with the Department owed,by the occupant. meeting facilities.
tral Florida. revenue, was to build a luxurious, budget. of Revenue.In .
spacious, multi-million dollar office Such a tax, also called a bed tax, Is Commission Chairman Maxie
The SRWMD governing board has complex. Now they say they need July 11 action, county commis- already in effect in many Florida Carter headed the Tourist Develop
proposed raising! its ad valorem tax additional space,.but does it have to sioners voted 5-0 to pass a new ordinance counties, including Duval, Clay, ment Council. Other members are
Tough Love... to place the tourist tax on Alachua, Marion, Columbia, Vivian Rignola of KOA Campground
Tough Love, a parents support the Nov.4 ballot. St.Johns. The tax would raise some Bradford Motel owner
I group, meets every Thursday evening "Now, we have to work hard to ac- $40,000 per year to promote tourism, Shirley Chambers Mayor Vernon
at 7 p.m.ln the Presbyterian quaint the voters with the proposal," Chamber Director Anita Rink says. Silcox, City CommIssioner Ed Wall,
111uYn, naJJ: nitr f:'a\lin j \ s ::R,. ,vi w'i I Church on East Call St., including President Med Connelly told the She said the Chamber will do the leg Econo-Lodge Manager Ron
y ..,,' 'i holidays. Chamber of Commerce Board of work to acquaint county voters with Disbrow, Chamber President Med
Dealing with problems in family Governors July 19.Commissioners the proposal. Connelly, and Chamber Board
relationships, especially between May 7 created a Funds raised by the tourism tax Members Steve Denmark and Steve
Stuart's Auto Parts parents and adolescents and older panel to consider a Chamber of Corn- are restricted to use for funding, Futch.

New and Used Auto Parts
I Gator Boosters... Starke Considers CDBG for Grand Street Area I

Stuart's Auto Parts has served this area since 1967. Plans have been made for a fantastic -

Wholesale auto parts a complete line of used parts they i Informed fun filled for, as the well Starke as Gator Gator Fred Fox Enterprises, Inc., the recommendation of Robert S. portunity to apply for the job of ad-
have a full time mechanic and wrecker service If you need I Quarterback year Club. First meeting Palatka, proposed that the city app- Webb, grant administrator for Fred ministrator, once the grant is ap
them give them a call and a wrecker will be on Its way I will be Sept. 6 at the fairgrounds. ly for a new Community Develop- Fox Enterprises. proved. An 8% fee is Included in"
line ment Block Grant (CDBG), at a "There are three catagorles for grants for administrative costs.
have complete Infor-
and If need a transmission they a I Call 964-6911 or 964-7451 for
you the
follow budget workshop meeting Monday applying for grants through Webb said, and that covers the cost
and reservations to
wrecker will pick "
of good transmissions. Their up your Department of Community Affairs,
evening, July 23. preparing the application, at
Alabama Tennessee
to ,
T' ''iaiP.TaHa" '' *::lhelr'shop. ; 'and, install your the Gatprs Kentucky.. r'1 Dues are,..... he grAnt Jf..received, would' be I'". said Webb: housing, neighborhood 'torney fees, auditing fees..... 'and ad-
__-Jpi2 8 y \ pCC. : \ rclga" fnlnt. -dijtallowl.MpPto.: .: $Ax41tai': r- L f3PJPr wat 1'1:; BeWrttndstreeF << 'rivttallzatfon'"and.commercial' mfnislrative costs. '
1a; 1I.::r.Ww rr----- -r paving 1'fbC'ra' li Street Tevttallzation. Grant applications have to be in by
eel drive specialists.
transmissions. area, the area west of US-301 behind Grants requests are viewed by about October 1 and something
and automatic Starke ..
They have'standard Qualifying. the courthouse and the Days Inn DCA on the basis of points, Webb should be heard back in 30 to 60 days.
motors and more. Qualifying for the three council (former Econo Lodge), according to said, and a higher point rating can Webb said.
They are a 20th century economy to the automobile I seats whose terms expire this year be obtained by requesting water and "We told them (the residents in
owner why? Because they have everything In the way of I will be held Monday noon, July 23 sewer improvements rather than the Grand Street area) they were go
to the people of this through Friday noon, July 27. housing improvements. ing to get it, then we had to turn
which mean only one thing I
parts can District seats number, 2 and 3 are County Budgetfrom Water and sewer improvements, around and tell them they got knock
area Savings! I to be filled. Only residents of those including hook ups, are given 75 ed off the list," said Mayor Vernon
This savings Is made possible because you do not have to I districts may qualify for a place on point ratings, he said, while fire protection Silcox, referring to an earlier grant
( IA)
buy a new part every time something goes wrong for here the ballot or vote in the October page flood and drainage Im- request that was denied.
some of I election. medical"service assessment the provements such as installing fire The council will take up the pro
and them right -
you can buy used parts get away I board would have the option of plugs and storm sewers rate 60 posal for action at its next meeting/
these parts are as good as new and can really save you Girls Athletics... discontinuing the EMS service. The points, and housing and street improvements Starke has received funding in llu
motors starters generators, county is required to provide only rate 45 points.
money whether Its I' All girls who plan to participate! past for several neighborhood
services listed in the Florida Constitution There is charge to file an
transmission or whatever It may be. in school athletic teams should no ap- revitalization grants, including
for those hard to find parts new or to the office Bessent said. plication for the grant, Webb told the sewer and water and road paving in
here report of Dr. Pete
not stop
Why The county, for instance, is not re- council, and no cost if the grant is the Reno section of just north of Sit-
used. So shop here and save. Furthermore, you will be Gianis In Starke, for physicals, quired to operate a jail. It if does denied, nor is there an obligation to 16E.
given a square deal at all times. r Saturday, August 4, starting at 1:30: operate a jail, however, a county Is hire Fred Fox Enterprises as Ad-
p.m. Forms can be picked up at the to standards set by the is received.
They are located on Highway 41 South. Lake City field subject ministrator if the grant
house to the
I prior physical.
of Correctkrhs.
1-800-356-0637. Department "We only want to given an op-
Phone 752-4434
Florida. or
I School Budgetfrom

Kountry Korner Kountry Restaurant Korner Is Restaurant located at 1916 N. Marion Peking Seafood Restaurant & Lounge have Textbooks for computer( funds page purchases will IA) be 'real

Street. Lake City. Florida, phone 752-4833. Where you tough" this year because the price

will vegetables always and find home-made delicious Jelly.home cooked food, fresh (Formerly China Garden Restaurant & Lounge) goes being up and Introduced a new K-l this reading year seriesis

There are 37 school buses in 'the
at the
I For a delicious meal you will never forget dining said
NEW OWNERS Bradford fleet. Supt. Duncan
fine restaurant they feature the finest of food. : fr ,' four new buses are In the budget in

This fine restaurant Is a classic restaurant, no matter ., various places. A 66-passenger bus
what the size or scope of the restaurant It Is still a matterof /r +",,)" "''' y,<,' <1 '1'j wa <' now costs $41,000, compared to
details the personal service and the >\ 'Un "'0: f S:3 S Week" $34,000 last year, Duncan said. In
the small Is word for this IQ'R' e {y .a'X S ; / "it 3 1-! first grade the new ready series
authenticity' of cuisine. Unique one find .a "' '''<-\'j<'t>,t':0y.t-l: > '! 4>:'' ',,: \, ,:; h)'' ; costs about $50 per student.
restaurant with so many Items on the menu, you can Supt. Duncan gave the board a list

Just what you want in the finest of food. Buffet 12:00 2:30 of 12 building projects totaling
Lunch -
Their name Is a familiar name to the people of the Sunday $1,448,000. Major projects areA :

country over and Is recognized as one of the great places to building- new for 6-classroom Starke Elementary kindergarten of

dine in this area. Peking LoungeNow the same type built this past year at
People who live In this area take their family and friendsto Southside Elementary and budgetedat I

this fine dining room and a knowledge of good food $553,000.A .
Open Happy Hour 4-7 renovation of the 32 year old
spreads at Bradford High School,
So, plan to dine here soon for a delicious meal you will 'l- gym budgeted a $552,000. $400,000 of thatis
never forget and where every guest Is a V.I.P. Free Hors d'oeuvres Mon., Thurs., & Fri. a special state grant which Gov.
Bob Martinez did not veto this year,
964-6601 the third time it has in the state
Ave. *
Direction Connections 800 N. Temple
Jacksonville tCmVaJ18,

Direct Connections Jacksonville Custom Vans Is locatedat ELECT
7640 Atlantic Boulevard. Jacksonville Florida phone Arthur

725-8303. As a County Commissioner, I will
'They are your complete van recustomlzlng and

accessories place. They have the largest Inventory In GASKINS meet with all the elected officials in

Jacksonville.If .
want your van customized, Direct Connections Is 1 r a
the place you to go because they can make It something truly the Courthouse as many times as

special-custom-made for you. All it takes Is a trip to their ; Democrat

shop to let them know just' what you want and need. Commissioner needed to familiarize myself with
Deluxe or economy--they give discount prices to all. They County

can install captain's chairs and sofas, sunroofs. Interior District 2 their budgets, their revenues and
what want. Then
and exterior accessories-just you
their experts will get to work and before you know It. they their so that at
expenditures budget
will have,It ready for you. They do total van customizingor Your vote and ,

want for so the you do-it-yourselfer can do It. they will sell you what you M support will be time I can make better decisions.appreciated. .

This is a business that requires experience. They employ .

only the best. So go by or give them a call and get ready for I- I .....N"-_- --
summer fun. .See Jack or Carolyn Bartlett, owners of

Direct Connections.


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Pale 4A TELEGRAPH July 26, 1990

tri'gued by trlatlwlons 1985. Then an
'. 'l:.v infant sport,triathalons were relatively
Officer .
Camp Blanding Wildlife r unknown outside sports enthusiast ti
circles. In recalling his first triathalon
Garrison says, "It was harder than I
Leads Rigorous Life as TriathleteBy expected."Previously not a strong
swimmer, Garrison had to really strug-
gle to even finish the swimming portion
Michael: Howe of the race. He adds that swimming IB
SFCC:Journalism Student the part of a triathalon that requires the
most individual skill because
swim triathletes who fail to develop a good ( _____
The quiet stillness of one corner of the such order where the competitors __
stroke become com
Camp Blanding wilderness is disturbed nine-tenths of a mile, bicycle 25 miles,; swimming never l
only by the rhythmic footfalls of a lone and then run 6.2 miles. The object is to It took three years of consistent racing t a
runner. This is home and training complete the entire course faster than before Garrison began to bring
ground for Jim Garrison, 35, a Wildlife anyone else. Garrison recalls his home what he calls "hardware," the
successful amateur longest triathalon as consisting of name given by triathletes to trophies.
Biologist and Some of his better finishes have occur-
who utilizes the secluded swimming 1.5\miles, biking ,
triathalon racer red at the Sunshine State Games, Lake'
roads and trails of the military and finally running 13 miles. Alto, and the Jekyll Island Triathalon
reservation to train for the rigors of his Garrison says 'tie first began postgraduate where he won in his age group and
competition in 1980 by runn- finished fifth overall. Racing in the

sport.Triathalon racing is a physically ing in a marathon, a 26 mile foot race: 35-39 age group, Garrison is not In- ;
timidated t riders since .
marathon >y younger
demanding challenge consisting of "I wanted to try and run a triathalon racing requires skill as well
three sports in one swimming, bicycl- just for the challenge, to see if I coulddo as endurance; "Most of the best ridersin
ing, and running. Garrison says a it." This race led to his competing triathalons peak between 26 and 35.
triathalon race is usually conducted in regularly. Garrison first became in- Twenty-one Is just too young," he says. a \fkL.
Training is as Important as en-

.. ..., ... .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. ., .. .. .... wasted durance in; not without knowing it,where raw and talent whento is

; :E( : Jn ('j'rtIT; ) 1"': iS\\ ? steady apply pace a burst necessary of speed or to the conserve sure and .

..A'; .n., .. \(, ..,. .... ... ... ). ro... ., energy over long distances. Garrison is Iii
"I.1 .1&1,. .. .. "' .. il,1, .., ,- .. -- roO .' ... ). in better condition at 35 than he was at I,
'} 25. Ten years of athletic training
lowered his heart rate, reduced his
weight, and hardened his endurance to f
Political Process overcome the strains of a strenuous
Public Confidence in sport.

Just as triathalon racing requires
RestoredWhat physical ability.it requires nerve as
Be '
Needs to
well. Sometimes races are conductedin
areas still accessible to traffic. He

can account for the seemingly in- the one word heard most often has onlookers been while sprayed other with riders aerosols have been by Ti i I

ert and indifferent attitude on the part of MONEY. He quotes one officeholder as pelted with cola bottles and foodstuffs.

the public to political campaigns, the out- saying: it costs $100,000 to mount a cam- Garrison describes the most frightening -
come of which will directly affect their paign, even at the local level. On the state part of the race, the beginning,
which is swimming: "It's like swimm- -I __
lives? _
and national level it now requires
ing in a washing machine. If you make -
It is a hard, and almost impossiblething millions to pay for expensive negative the mistake of getting in the middle of

to analyze, but there are several advertising on television. the pack there are several hundred people JIM GARRISON I
swimming over and under you,even
possible reasons that are obvious. Florida voters are now being given the kicking your goggles off you.' ...atop the triathlete's tool of the trade.

One is the loss of confidence in can- opportunity to demonstrate that politicalraces Most successful athletes possess an
didates who will promise anything to geta can be won without these exhorbi- inward drive that supports them when for three sports an average of one and a
the all
remaining 30 miles is
vote. When the President of the United tant expenditures, paid for largely by the physical demands of their sport assent. The last 30 miles take longer grueling to half hours a day,six"days a week,it can
be too much Garrison
States says "Read my lips" over and wealthy contributors who are paving begin to tax their level of endurance.Jim in. ride than the first 70, due to the steep get What to drives such, athletes like says.Jim

over again and then backs away from their way to become wealthier when Garrison also finds inspiration who at climb. In order to endure such a test a Garrison to accept the tortures of
Ormond Beach age
what his lips are saying,why should other "their man" gets elected. 82 Ed, Root is still of competing and,consistently from rider must alternate his riding style triathalon racing with unequaled zeal?
sitting standing. In of such
to be spite Perhaps as the miles roll by they
candidates expect their promises manages to finish ahead of some
taken seriously? The eyes of the nation are now on than himself. physical riders adversity,out of approximately become one with their machine, a unityof
younger 1,400 Garrison finished in the
man and mechanics, a struggle of
Another for lack of interest is Florida and the Chiles/MacKay cam- top 15 percent. About 20 percent of the each to master the other. Triathletes
Garrison recently this inspiration
to if the employed field
paign. Americans are waiting see never made it.
that voters reluctantto and his are perhaps the best athletes in the
many potential are racing experience, in
in their
people of Florida are successful the "Assault on Mt. Mitchell" his amateur racing world,and reflect the natural instinct of
register because of fear of being pickedfor a Throughout .
bid to bring government back to those man to overcome the physical limita-
that demandeing bicycle run of 102 miles career, Garrison's greatest nemesis
jury duty an obligation every who can pay only $100 to support a can- from Spartanburg,SC, to the top of Mt. has been the lack of enough training tions of life. Someone once said that the
citizen should feel it a duty to perform, didate rather than the few that can paythousands. Mitchell in North Carolina. The ride time to become competitive. Coupled reason a man climbs a mountain is
not shun. It is estimated that Bradford begins at an elevation of 500 feet abovesea with the demands of his professionalcareer because it's there. That same deter
County has at least 1,500 residents who level and climbs to approximately and home life, this requires a mination must burn within a triathleteas
are eligible to vote, but have failed to If Chiles and MacKay can pull this off- six-thousand feet. Garrison says the special devotion on the part of the he stares up that mountain over the
register because jury lists are drawn and we believe they can it will restore first 70 miles consist of rolling hills but athlete. "When you're trying to train handlebars of his bicycle.

from qualified voter lists: the faith of the people in the "widow's
mite" rather than the millionaire's bite.
A third reason is the lack of competition -
It will also have a stimulating effect in I
for many offices because able and restoring interest in politics by bringingin Du Pont Issues Statement on Black CreekThe
and often do not
qualified men women additional candidates for office who
want to endure the ordeal of raising the .
all of the
have qualifications except
big bucks that are now required to mount Du Pont company this week sued the possibility with DER. When it of the seepage either occurred, or were
campaigns on'every level 'from the state money. released the following prepared\ statement was concluded that this was indeed hap- ,accentuated, because the ,mine had
house to the courthouse.T1iis has resultedin Candidates who are dominated by the concerning a change m acidity of pening, Du Pont took immediate stot ed,,*' 'Wastewaterdischarges
water in the North of
Prong Black remedial
under action. Surface runoff was and flow'in the creek was
many office holders retaining their monied special interests are Creek, and a reported fish kill on June 9 diverted to avoid the affected area.The extremely low. Both situations arose
jobs unopposed, while better qualified pressure, whether direct, implied, or in the Clay Hill area. small volume of seepage, itself, is due to the lack of rainfall and drought
people may be available, but unable to even subconsiously, to' call the shots in DU PONT STATEMENTBased either being neutralized or collectedand conditions. "
the cost of running for office. favor of those' to whom they are returned to the system for ap- If any damage has occurred in Boggy
pay on continuing studies of Black propriate treatment.Du Branch or Black Creek, Du Pont has
This is currently the case in Duval obligated. Creek following a reported fish kill, Pont has agreed to contribute agreed to restore aquatic or plant life.
County where only five out of the 28 of- When people become convinced that both Du Pont and the Department of $20,000 to the Pollution Control Trust The company also volunteered to con-

fices that are for grabs this year, are their $100 (or less) contribution will be as Environmental Regulation! have con- Fund and undertake further engineerIng duct an enhancement program to even
cluded that acidic
water studies around
seeped its entire pond further improve the habitat in the
being contested at the polls. This unusual important to a candidate a big cor- undetected from a small area of Du system to ensure no such event will oc- creek.
circumstance caused the Times-Union poration's $100,000 they will tike more in- Pont's retention ponds. The seepage, cur in the future. DER will review their Luebke said, "It is, and always has
columnist Ronald Littlepage to ask terest in' putting that man in office, and which penetrated earthen dikes, or studies. The Pollution Control Trust been, our policy and day-to-day prac-
"Why?" He answers!' the question with return to the polls In record numbers. levees, was not readily apparent and Fund has been established by Florida tice to operate in a responsible and environmentally
was being carried along with normal statute to provide financial resourcesfor sound manner. We have
surface drainage to Boggy Branch and funding environmental studies and done so over the years, as most peoplein
into Black Creek. It is Inconclusive that cleanup projects. the community are aware.And we In-
Taxpayers May Help Bail Out the reported fish kill was caused by the Any effects in Black Creek as a result tend to continue to do everything we
seepage. can to protect the environment."
I Following their Initial investigation,
'Toor' MultiMillionaireHow DER strongly suspected some Ir-
regularity in Boggy Branch where Du r- .
Pont normally discharges wastewater,
but they could see no evidence of a spill, Public Service AnnouncementELECTION
much tax money would you like to Neil Bush may not be living quite as dump or misoperation of the Du Pont
pay to keep Bill Walters living in luxuryi high as his friend Walters, but some of his system.
a $1.9 million California estate and a actions on the board of direc brs are "The fact that seepage occurred Is C
regrettable, but we are certainly gladto
$250,000 oceanfront weekend mobile questionable, such as approving liberal
find the problem correctit
home- both of which have been placed in loans to a former business partner, and ," said Don Luebkel so Plant we can Manager of DATES 1990

his wife's name so that his creditors can't also a $100,000 loan to himself which was Du Pont's mine. "It has been our com-
First Primary . . . .
touch them to repay his debts. reportedly never paid back.x' mon objective with DER in the course September 4, 1990
( Judicial Offices
of this Investigation to ensure the en- Includes! )
Walters is a Colorado developer once Federal investigators, under public ,vironment is protected." Second Primary . . .
said to be worth $100 million, but now that pressure, are belatedly stepping up their In Du Pont s mining operation surface October 2, 1990
it's time to recoup some of the Silverado investigation of S&L mismanagement and ground water is stirred up and General Election . . .
becomes murky. This water is treatedto (Includes Judicial Offices) November 6, 1990
S&L's losses on bad loans, he claims to be and/or possible criminal actions in their
removed suspended solids in a man-
penniless everything's in his wife's lending practices. It is estimated that the ner similar to municipal water treat-

name. To heck with the taxpayers, who ultimate cost to taxpayers might exceed ment systems. The solids are settled by IIl1enPeQPletOre/ _
will have to pay for the S&L's federally $500 billion, most (or all) of which will adding small amounts of sulfuric acid uscen
guaranteed losses. have to be coughed up by the taxpayers. and allowing them to precipitate out In \
a series of retention ponds. Lime Is add-
It's just a coincidence, of course, that The Savings & Loan debacle is of such ed to the clear liquid from the top of the
Walters' loans were approved bySilverado's magnitude that it will likely take years to ponds to lower the acidity, commoniymeasured OFFICES TO BE FILLED BY

board of directors, of which get to the bottom of who did what, and remain in the by what ponds.is called pH. Solids ELECTION IN 111110

the President's son, Neil Bush was a who their debt if not in dollars
beer The clarified liquid IB then discharged Representatives In Congress (One for each Congressional ;iiiiIl
member. Another coincidence was that then with time behind and controlled basis
yet, on permitted District. Florida has 19 Congressional Districts) .
Neil Bush i and Bill Walters were one-time prison bars.Socalled to Black Creek. The discharge Is Governor ..

partners4n an oil exploration company.But regulated under an NPDES permit Lieutenant Governor iiiII1
'white collar" crime has too from the US Environmental Protection
often been airily dismissed with a shrugof Agency and an Industrial Wastewater Secretary 01 Slate Registration Books
Waltenpwas smart enough to set administered DER. The settling Attorney General ,
upa the shoulder and a slap on the wrist. permit by -
trust for his jroperty, with his wife But when the American people fully and storage ponds are also Comptroller First
regulated under the Industrial Treasurer Primary
named the beneficiary. Therefore he
as realize what has been done to them, and Wastewater Commissioner of
permit. Education
still lives in the high style to which he are called on to start paying taxes.tp, bail The treatment system and retention Commissioner of Agriculture Close'S"t: Aug. 12

became accustomed, with two Mercedes- out S&L's and their managers, they will ponds were initially constructed in 1965 State Senators (Even numbered Districts)' ,
Benzes in the garage and a staff of demand that the high-flyers who danced 35 years ago and have been successfully State Representatives (All Districts)

gardeners to mow the lawn at $800 per with such'gay abandon should now pay Pont's environmental operated since performance that time.has Du .State Attorney 20th Circuit 5 p.m.

month. the piper. been good. Public Defender 20th Circuit .

Du Pont had cooperated fully in County offices vary from county to county; however, most will
DER's Investigation. Du Pont also has elect:
conducted an Investigation and ex- 2 Members of the Board of County'Commlssloners
changed Information with DER. When 3 Members of the District School Board
.ADoaD C'OflN Du Pont suspected that there may have Information listing offices for a particular county can be obtained
nQlf1. been some seepage, they jointly pur- from your local supervisor of elections.

Justices of the Supreme Court
Judges, District Courts of Appeal

NO FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER (only those whose terms will expire In January 1991)
C Publishers CIRCUIT JUDGES (Only those whose terms will expire In
c January 1991) \

TioN Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at COUNTY COURT JUDGES (Only \ whose terms will
Phone 964-6305 the Post Office, at Starke.Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. / expire In January 1991))

135 E.Call St. Sublcrt>1Ion Rate h Trade Ate: 116.00 per year:$ Amonlhs" Andrew Johnson, was the only ex- NOTE: County Court Judge candidates must qualify for office with
P.O. Drawer A; Starke. Florida OutsIde Trod.Area: 17.00 per year' .60.te monttn. President to be elected to the I their local supervisor of elections(Ch. 89-152. Laws of Florida).
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".-t ,......Af:',. ..... July 28.1990 TKI.KIiKAPII: : : l'IIt.t.. :.\

I II ocia Events Engagements. .

S ,,,.. 'tft /, ) {" Clianda K. Padgett,
'" '
) fl'Jtttie${ Meetin 8' .' ;:;'>;/': John Stanwix-IIay

I .(:Wedding'$4M""r.;" .ngagements;. ""ff-1, ;> To Wed July 28

rs Bitt"'i' t' .Aiinaurlcernefits:3All ;\\'V.icl< Mr. and Mrs. Michael Targonbki
of Jacksonville and Mr. Craig
: xm social items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm, Padgett of Green Cove Springs
r t for publication on the following Thursday. fJQ would like to marriage announce of the their approaching

COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper daughter, Chanda Kay Padgett, to

"tz yLt staff. If a black & white photo is not available please John Mrs. Stanwix-IIay Raymond ,Stanwlx-Hay son of Mr. and of

submit a color negative for printing. Hampton Oaks.
The wedding will be an event of
t. Saturday, July 28, at 4 p.m. at the
c ) First Baptist Church of Starke.
ryii A reception honoring the couplewill
be held immediately followingthe
T Tt wedding ceremony in the church
rCr. fellowship Hall.
: ; pt All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend.

} Becky Crawford
t Jh. J ,
Dale NormanTo

Wed Aug. 4

Mitchell and Wanda Crawford of
Lawtey announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter Becky
i Lynn Crawford, to Charles Dale
nAP Norman, son of Carl and Ethel Norman
also of Lawtey.
P 't The wedding will! be an event of
rt I IA M1d Saturday, Aug. 4, at 6 p.m. at the
a u F.S.P. Training Complex:, with a
d reception immediately following.
rt All friends and relatives are cordially
invited to attend.

Kimberly Busby,
.-7 Y Blaine ThorntonTo

Wed Aug. 4

.r + e eys. Kimberly Leona Busby, daughterof
\ Mr. Danny Busby of Starke and >
---_._ .. ..__..... ---" ...;........1 \ Mrs. Vickie Slade of Starke, and
Joseph Blaine Thornton will ex-
Mr.& Mrs.Michael Starnes I change wedding vows on Saturday,

.. Aug. 4, at 5 p.m. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thornton of
Mary Anne Tillman, Robert Michael Starnes It'1 <' Lester Johns Road, Starke.
t 'r f M1 The wedding is set to take place at
Wed 7 in Starke _'r '-':-"_ .___ :- .,_: the groom's parents home. A
July Ceremony covered dish supper will follow the
Mr.and Mrs.Donald J.Dennis,Jr. ceremony.Friends and relatives are

At First United Methodist ChurchMary Lisa R. Rogers, Donald J. Dennis, Jr. cordially invited to attend.

Wed July 5 in Starke Mary McMahon,

Mr. and Anne Mrs.Tillman John ,M.daughter Miller of of with neckline a bow., and Each accented carried at the hip The buffet table in the dining Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Rogers of Starke announce the marriage of their Eddy Frump ton
Starke and Robert Michael Starnes, arm bouquet of mixed flowers a tied room, overlooking the lake, was daughter, Lisa Rene, to Donald J. Dennis, Jr., son of Mrs. Theresa To Wed Aug. 11
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Starnes of with an ivory satin bow. covered with an imported ivory Rayburn Dennis of Marion, North Carolina, and Donald J. Dennis, Sr. of
Sarasota, were united In marriageon cloth, and centered with a wicker El Paso Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Frampton of
Saturday, July 7, at the First The bridegroom's father, Bob J. basket of summer fruits. Wicker, The private wedding ceremony was held July S in Starke. Starke wish to announce the upcoming
United Methodist Church in Starke. Starnes, served as best man. Ushers bamboo and wooden serving pieces, The groom is a member of the US Navy aboard the USS Leyte Gulf, stationed marriage of their son, Edward
The 4:30: p.m. ceremony was per- were Jack Starnes of Irvine, CA, with teal) and ivory linens were usedon at Mayport, Jacksonville.The (Eddy) Frampton in Sylva North
formed by the Rev. Dwight Mc- brother of the groom, and Kevin the buffet table and in the alcove. bride, a graduate of Santa Fe Community College, will continue Carolina, to Mary McMahon, also of
Queen and was preceded by a program Miller, of Santa Fe, NM, brother of Floor hostesses were Mrs. Bert her education at the University of North Florida. Sylva.
of nuptial music by Miss Kris- the bride. Junior usher was John McGee and Miss Kathy Struth, After a trip to the Great Smokey Mountains, the couple are now living The wedding is set to take place in
ty Johns, organist; Mrs. David Ryan Tillman, son of the bride, assisted by Misses Aimee and Julie in Starke. Sylva, N.C. All friends and relativesare
Canova, pianist and Mrs. DeWayne Flanking the altar were large urns Ferguson, cousins of the bride Mrs. cordially invited to atiend.
; of ; Wanda Kuck, Michael Qualls
pink daisies
snapdragon gerber ,
Elder soloist. The wedding was Steve Futch, Mrs. John Arthur Red
directed by Mrs. J.E. Denmark of Fuji mums, and carnations, and dish, and Mrs. Donald Thornton, all Wed June 8 in LawteyMr.
brass tree candelabra burning
Starke and Mrs.Dave Walker of Sef- holding of Starke; Mrs. Reed Hix: of Mid-
tapers. In the background were and Mrs. George J. Kuck of Starke announce the marriage of their
fner. Mrs. Reed Hix kept the bride's spiral candelabra interspersed with dleburg; Mrs. Dave Walker, Self- daughter,Wanda, t J Michael J. Qualls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Qualls of
book. ner; Mrs. John Valinski, Starke.
Given in by her father, springer! fern. Satin bows with Gainesville Miss Martha Cavic,
marriage ; The private marriage
of fern marked the ceremony was performed in Lawtey June 8.
,.. .. the bride wore a floor length gqwn of garlands. family Santa Fe, NM; Mrs. Paul Meng, The groom is on active duty in Aberdeen,Maryland, and will continue
t.? silk-faced Ivory satin! ,The fitted pews. Mrs'Randy Scoggins and Miss April' 'his AlT Training for the National Guard: ...
the the !It3
litDuring : ...
ceremony COMB ,
SJB wbodice. feiatlr} d'with a' "$i; ft teart 1)Jighted)! .ihe: ,unity candle,,fallowed by Scoggins, of Hampton; ''and Miss 1 -The bride is currently employed at Winn Dixie.: '. <, < .,. 1- I
designs Ann* Mrs.-Bill "
of Davis ,''aunt of
neckline outlined Meng "
the Lord's Prayer, sung by'PattylKay The couple will be l'eIIidinglI1S r e",,?, >? .. .."
the bride
hand-sewn pearls. Short, puffed and Miss Dana Meng,
sleeves, banded in beaded lace, and cousin of the bride of St. Luncheon
After the Held Recent
natural waistline styling lent added ceremony, a receptionwas Petersburg. for BrideA
held at the Kingsley Lake homeof
beauty to the traditional design of
the Beaded schiffll appliqueswere the bride's grandfather, EugeneL. Birdseed bags, tied with bows of bridesmaids luncheon was given Michelle
gown. Matthews. Greeting guests were the bride's colors, teal and pink, 14, for was presented with a
repeated on the full gathered Saturday, July Michelle crystal fruit bowl and four matching -
Mrs. James Rogers of Starke and
skirt which descended into a were passed out by Miss Jacqueline Kurimay, recent bride of Jimmy bowls with the initial "M" engravedon aAngelu
cathedral length train edged in lace. Mrs. John Woody of Orlando. Thebride's Cunha, niece of the groom, of Muse, at Dexter's in Starke. Each each the hostesses .
piece by Mrs.Betty
: -
book was kept by Miss Tam- Tallahassee, and Miss Katie Griffithof ,1:" i
The bride wore a circular headpiece guest was served a refreshing citrus Allen, Miss Kay Allen, Mrs.
and Mrs. Davis.
of tiny silk lilies of the valley, my The Dempsey bride's table was covered witha Gainesville. punch upon arrival. Anne Greene and Mrs. Dana E:. Barber
with two-tiered veil,scattered with White Army-Navy cloths were used Greene.
white cutwork cloth and centered a wedding trip to the North
as an over-lay to the
and beads. Her only on pink cover
pearls crystal
Carolina mountains the
with a three-tiered weddding cake, couple .
tables. The head table
ornament was a pair of diamond was Angela Barber
with a bouquet of white and residing at N.E. 4th Avenue in '
decorated with mixed
earrings, worn by her maternal pink Starke. a arrange- Weddings Portraits
roses and miniature carna Graduates SFCC
grandmother, the late Mrs. E.L. ment of carnations, mums, and
Matthews. Her bouquet was a tions. A cascade of fresh flowers and The bride graduated from the baby's breath and pink and tur- 1U ; ;;> ProgramMrs.
cascade of white and pink rosess and ivy adorned the cake, which was cut University of North Florida and will quoise balloons. The round tables ;.rt. w. t' H.o<, "
stephanotis, accented with ivy. and served by Mrs. Bob Ferguson, teach in Bradford County in the fall. were also decorated with carnationsand K f'J?<' Angela Epps Barlx-i
and Mrs. L.w. Rosier of Lake City, graduated from" Santa Fe Cuinnmni
Miss Michelle Sapp, of Starke, The bridegroom graduated from arrangements of balloons. Thoioarapmi
maid of honor, and Ms. Tammy aunts of the bride. Wofford College in Spartanburg. SC Places for the bride and guests were ly College's Kadiologic Technology
i' Baldree and Miss Nancy Payne of The groom's cake was encircled and is employed by the Florida National marked with china plate cards. JJeiit.j'VaTUPhone{ Program un June 30.
Orange Park, bridal attendants, with greenery and carried out a Guard at the State Arsenal in Each guest was served a delightful Mrs. Barber is(he daughter ul Mr.
5 of fishing motif. Serving the cake were St. Augustine. meal.Lordy: and Mrs. Harold W. Epps of Siu. kc'
! wore tea-length gowns Mrs. Verl Best, aunt of the bride, ri 964-8877 She is now employed at Aladuia
i teal satin, featuring a V-shaped and Mrs. Len Eaves. Business Phone 964-2184 J General Hospital, Gainesville.

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Church Service Before n. vlvul..
News. Prayer
.. Young at Heart ,
7 8 .m. July
To Meet Aug. 2 Communlly Prayer Meeting will be hold n.
at St. Juhn Missionary Baptist Clmix'h.
Vacation Bible School Set The Young at Heart of the First Baptist Church of Starke will hold their 30-Auit. 3 6-10, Communlly Revival will hct hold nightly. beginning! lit 7
At Northside Baptist Church regular monthly meeting Thursday,Aug.2,at noon in the fellowship hall. August. JM Cophus Johnson, pastor uf ,Klxn.r; Missionary. H Lunch will be provided by the church. Church
Vacation Bible School has been set for the week of Aug.6-10,beginning Medeiros will ent Ilallundae( will be messenger. I IIcrmun J"hnKtJIII'mliur.
at 7 p,m. each evening. Rev. Dave pre a musical program for your enjoy The Iluhlie IK cordially Invited to attend. IGw
ment. Everyone is Invited to al lend.
An old fashioned bible school Is the theme for this years events, featuring -
arts and crafts, bible studies and fellowship.Children of all ages are Vacation Bible School Set Announcing.
invited to attend. .
The church is located at the corner of State Road 18 and County Road At Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
225. For more Information,call 984-7124. James Cowart Is pastor. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will be conducting Vacation Bible School Kaylann Rebecca AllenMr.
Wednesday through Friday evenings, Aug. 8-10. The theme of this Vacation
Highland Baptist ChurchTo Bible School is "FRIENDimension: Where God's Children BecomeFriends" and Mrs. Robert Scott Allen
announce the birth of their daughter,
Gospel Sing Each evening will begin at 6 p.m.with a snack supper and will concludeno Kaylann Rebecca, on June 13. She
Highland Baptist Church, located on Hwy 301, North of Lawtey, Is later than 8p.m. All children In kindergarten through 12th grades are weighed 6 Ibs. 10 oz.
hosting a gospel sing Saturday night, July 28, beginning at 7 p.m. invited to enroll in VBS.This year there will be a choice of two classes for Maternal grandparents are Mr. v
Featured singers will be the Buck Family from Callahan. adults. and Mrs.Joe Murphy of Vero Beach,
Rev. George Chisholm cordially invites everyone to attend. Plan now to be a part of Vacation Bible School at Kingsley Lake Baptist Florida, and great grandmother is 1
Church, Aug. 8-101 Mrs. Cora Murphy of Orlando,Fla.
"Island In the Son" Theme Paternal grandparents are Mr.
For Vacation Bible School Ministers Deacon UnionTo and Mrs. Robert Everett Allen, Jr.
of Starke and grandmother Is
great 01"
First Christian Church of Starke Is presenting an unusual theme for Convene July 27-29 Mrs.Emma Williams of Gainesville. c s
their Vacation Bible School, "Island In the Son'. Beginning July 29 and The East Coast Ministers and Deacons Union will convene with the Mt.
I continuing through August 3, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m each evening. Calvary Baptist Church, beginning July 27-29. Rev. Alphonso Jenkins,
The church is located at 517 West Call Street,Starke.In addition to the President; Rev. A.J. Simmons, moderator.The .
Vacation Bible School there will be an Island Beach Party held at the president is asking all officers and members to be on time and Katherine Hepburn has been nominated
church July 22 at 3 p.m. Registration for VBS will be at this time along come praying that we will have a good time in the Lord. for 11 Academy Awards
with an island carnival complete with games and prizes for all children. more than another actor.

BUDGET SUMMARY NOTICE David Dodge "Certified
Real Estate Appraiser"Laverne
17.682,664... > are | '8731.172.! ._---l Outlaw,Outlaw Realty in
Starke, is proud to announce
PROPOSED MilLAGE LEVY David L. Dodge, an appraiser with
OPERATING the firm since its inception in 1985,
LOCAL EFFORTDISCRETIONARY 5.15:1: ," ",(;, r ," has recently received the designation -
'" .
1.019 i' ',, '" as a Florida State Certified Real
DEBT SERVICE Estate Appraiser.The .
CAPITALOUTLAV -.-- ..brTOTAL new liscense allows Dodge to
_: do state certified appraisals on all
types of real estate, including, but
BUDGET not limited to, residential, vacant
land, hotels/motels, shopping
centers, commercial and/or -
Revenues General' S pedal Revenue Debt Service Capital,Protects Internal Service Trust and Agency Funds profes-
sional buildings of all kinds and
Federal 25,000. 113,500.ur special assignments such as chuches
!: .. nJH 70. ,536.Bla--: 3"5,580. 1,0"",1"6. and government buildings.The .
.' .1 "n.... .. 2 ,,70. 38 250. IIl0.R66ve new state licensing program,
n ,.. which went into effect his year,
t makes it mandatory for those ap-
.rftou..c.. "If 000. praisers wanting to provide state
FUND BAL 20. .u Lti5Z. certified appraisals to the public, to
t.ANCES 17.161, 2 092 59r-; 1.05mu--: -1.B66.0 -597 SSI-- meet extensive prescribed experience
and educational requirements
h e"diturel and to pass a state administered
written test. The
Instruction 10,511.952. 888,911. prescribed requirements of the
Pun i P..onn.l. .rv e.s '2Z.283. 3. '92.
Florida law are also designed to
MAdl. Services 4 63.167, meet the standards set by the
In.tructional Services 6 CuYriculuome 562.,,/i. 5'.6611. federal government so that Florida
.L I. certified appraisers may do appraisals -
o due. for those lending Institu-
Genera n .tra on 1n tions that are federally Insured, or
School m n.. r.A. provide money for federally backedor
..... .. n. 1.. nnn. b.... federally sponsored programs.In .
1P1. 4 ,965. addition to the state certifica-
."ood e.. LO"0..775.entr tion, Dodge also is designated as a
""-e.. Master Senior Appraiser (MSA) by
.: the National Association of Master
lI n. 98. and a Certified Review
_. ., LF Appraisers
Appraiser (CRA) by the National
II. In. 11111
Association of Review Appraisersand
Debt erv car n. '
"ii1o '__ Mortgage Underwritewrs.
727U. "Having an appraiser on our staff
.r u ''''RRR. Q0 -
Jtm. 1O5.598.TRANSVEBS 52. who has this latest and prestigious
'1Mtt if P designation," siys Outlaw, "is just
i BALANCES 17 717 162. ',092.593. 1,05000. 1866076. 591,652. another one of the ways that Outlaw
Realty maintains it's high quality of
.service to the local community.

I, s s m It'I'' NOTICE' OF' 'F X I.J U : I
:,! ,/YtY NOTICE :.i:



School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a

The School Board of Bradford County will measure to impose a 1.5 mill property tax for the capital outlay

projects listed herein.
soon consider a ,measure to increase its

property tax levy by 5.881 percent. This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed taxes of

6.872 mills for operating expenses and is proposed solely at the

discretion of the school board. THE COMBINED SCHOOL BOARD


A portion of the tax levy is required under CAPITAL OUTLAY IS SHOWN IN THE ADJACENT NOTICE.

law in order for the school board to receive

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $394,867. torequired
$13,245,491 in state education The
grants. be used for the following projects.CONSTRUCTION .

portion has increased by 1.667 ,

percent and represents approximately AND REMODELING

seven-tenths of the total proposed taxes., 1. Remodeling at Starke Elementary

2. Renovation of BHS gym

The remainder of the taxes is proposed ,

solely at the discretion of the school board. 1. AHERAAsbestos Compliance at Various Schools and Centers

2. Radon Compliance at Various Schools and Centers.

3. Carpet Replacement at Various Schools and Centers.

4. HVAC Replacement and Repair at Various Schools and Centers.

All concerned citizens are invited to a public 5. Correct'Deficiencies Relating to Safety-to-Life, Health, and

Sanitation at Various Schools and Centers.

hearing on the tax increase to be held on .

July 3O, 1990.. at 7:00 p.m., in the School BUS. PURCHASE .

Board ,Meeting Room at 582 North Temple.
Purchase (up to 3 65 and 88 capacity) ,

Avenue. Starke' Florida., '
j- concerned citizens invited to a public hearing to be held
; All are on

:. ,'.; : July 30, 1990, at 7:00 p.m. in the School Board Meeting Room, 582

North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. x .

A DECISION on the proposed tax increase .

and the budget, will be made at this hearing. A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will

be made at this hearing.i '

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OAKS. 396.85 feet; thence run'S against the estate ore required WITHIN Starke, Florida. P.O. Number 4125
0014'58" E 400.00 feet to the Point of THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Each Proposal must be accompaniedby
Beginning; thence run S 891 W E FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to Bid Security In an amount not lest NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
I ( + ] 1127.18 feet to the Westerly right of way' file with the clerk of the above court a than five percent ((5%) of the amountbid. REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO
< line of a County Road; thence run S written statement of any claims or demand Bid Security shall be either a certified THE LAND USE PLAN
25*20'S8" W along said Wes'nrly right of they may have. Each claim must check a cashiers check or a Bid An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehenslve -
way' (line 65.96 feet; thence run N be In writing and must Indicate the basis Bond. No proposal may' be withdrawnfor land Us. Plan Element and
89 II1',9" W 1098.68 feet; thence run N for the claim the name and address of a period of sixty ((60)) days after the Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance -
NOTICE OF INTENTION Church Grade); thence run S 07*49' W 00*14'38" W, 60.00 feet to the Point of the creditor or his agent or attorney and Bid opening date. with the 1 local Government
TO REGISTER along said Westerly. right of way' IIn. Beginning. the amount claimed. If the claim It not Plans, Specifications, and Contract Comprehensive Planning' Act of 1975 as
FICTITIOUS NAME 85.35 feet; thence run N 8939'East 40.41 IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have executedthis yet' due the date when It will become Documents may be examined at Stark provided for In Chapter 163 of the
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida feet to on Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof Notice and affixed the seal of this due shall be stated. If the claim It contingent City Hall or at the office of ....ent. Florida Statutes.TO .
Statutes, notice I. h.r.by given that theund..lgned. way' line of Tom Hall Street; thence Court this 11th day' of July 1990. or unliquidated the nature of Hammock a Ruckmon, Inc., 1900 Corporate : All dtlzent. Taxpayers and other
CHUNG-LUN CHIANG. 800 run N 0749' E along said Easterly right of RAY NORMAN the uncertainty shall be ttated. If the Square Boulevard Jacksonville Interested parsons
N. T.mpl. Avenue Stark. FL 32091. way' line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and Clerk of Court claim is .secured the security shall be Florida 32216 ((904)) 7212991. You and each ot You are hereby and
tol. owner, doing business und.r the the Point of Beginning; thence continue By: Tasher Allen described. The claimant shall deliver Copies of the Contract Documents herewith given" notice In accordancewith
firm name ol PEKING SEAFOOD 800 N. N 074r E along sold Easterly right of Deputy Clerk sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk may' be obtained from the office of Bes- Florida Statute that the Board of
T.mpl. Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 way line 77.25 f..t to an Iron pipe; 7/19 Jtchg 7/26; Cont. 537 to enable the clerk to mall one copy to .sent Hammock < Ruckman Inc.. County Commissioners of Bradford
Intends to register told fictitious name thence 1 leave said Easterly right of way' each personal representative.All Charges for plan.and Specifications will County Florida designated the Bradford .
under the aforesaid talule.. line and run N 89MQVOO" E 202.07 feet to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH persons Interested In the estate to be $15.00 for each set. Partial sets of County Zoning and Planning Board
Dated this 10th day of July A.D., an Iron pipe on the East line of the W,12 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR whom a copy of the Notice of Administration Plans may' be obtained for $2.00 per .to hold a public hearing at a regular
1990 In Bradford County. of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4: thence run S BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA has been mailed are required sheet. Partial sets of Specifications may' meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the Council
7/12 4tpd 8/03 00*31'02" W along laid Easterly line CASE NO: 90391CA WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM be obtained for $10.00 per sheet These Room of Stark City Hall Slarke
76.50 feet to an Iron pipe; thence leave FREDA C. TEMPLE THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF charges are not refundable Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990 and
sold East line and run S 8939' W 211.47 Plaintiff, THIS NOTICE to file any objectionsthey 7/263tchg B/09; Cont. S48 made a recommendation to the Board of
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO feet to the point of beginning.at ".. may' have that challenges the County Commissioners to consider on
REGISTER public outcry to the highest and ROBERT LEE TEMPLE JR. and validity of the decedent's will the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Wednesday August 15. 1990, at the
FICTITIOUS NAME best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: SHIRLEY TEMPLE qualifications of the personal representative REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO Commissioners' Room of the Bradford
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida o'clock Noon on August 15 1990 at the Defendant. or the venue or jurisdiction of the THE LAND USE PLAN County Courthouse, Starke, Florida at
Statutes, notlc. I. hor.by glv.n that th. front door entrance of the Bradford NOTICE OF ACTIONTO court. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance relating to:
undertlgned DONALD L. HARDEN. County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. : DEFENDANTS ROBERT LEE TEM ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS Land Use Plan Element and The rezoning of the following described
BROOK. 408 N. Orange Street Slarke, Dated: Jun. 28. 1990. PLE. JR. and SHIRLEY TEMPLE: NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Map by Bradford County Florida In ace property and amending the Com.
FL 32091 tol. owner doing builneit Richard L. Cox Jr. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the In. BARRED. 'cordance with the local Govemment prehensrv land Use Plan to provide
under the firm nom. of FLORIDA HEART United States Marshal ttitutlon of this action by Plaintiff Date of the first publication of this Comprehensive; Planning Act of 1975 as that land currently zoned A and
APPRAISALS. 408 N. Orang. Street Middle District of Florid against you seeking to quiet title on the Notice of Administration: 19 July 1990. provided for In Chapter 163 of the designated by the plan as Open Rural
Slarke, Florida 32091 Intendt register Ralph J. LeeAssistant following described property In Bradford WILLIAM D.ALLEY Florida Statutes.TO (OR) be rezoned to Commercial
said fictitious name under the aforesaid United States County Florida y to-wlt: Personal Representative of : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other General I, and designated CG the property
ttatute. Attorney Commencing at the Northeast corner the Estate of MAXINED. Interested persons. of ..,11. Caudlll, described as
Dated this 5th day of July. A.D.. 1990 Attorney for Plaintiff of Intersection of Broadway and Hoyt .ALLEY Deceased. You and each of You are hereby and follows:: Parcel No. 00471-0-00400. In
In Bradford County. 7/12 4tchg 8/02; Cont. No. 514 Streets In the City of Stark., Florida and SANDRA DOWLING. herewith given notice in accordancewith Section 24. Township 5 South Range 21
7/12..tpel8/02 _- run Easterly along the North side of Hoyt Personal Representative of Florida Statutes that the Board of East Rd. 225 East of Hwy 16 1 mile on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Street a distance of 105 feet to a Point of. the Estate of MAXINED. County Commissioners of Bradford left approximately 200 ft.xSOO ft.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Beginning; thence run Northerly parallel ALLEY Deceased County Florida, have designated the You are further given NOTICE that a ,
REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA with Broadway Street 105 feet, thencerun RICHARD E. WELTY Bradford County Zoning and Planning copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
FICTITIOUS NAME CASE NO.90-68-CA Easterly parallel with Hoyt Street a 954 North Temple Avenue Board conduct. a public hearing at a available for your Inspection at the office
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida FARMERS AND DEALERS BANK distance of 52',\ feet, thence run Post Office Box 995 regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the of the Director of Zoning and Plann
Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that the a Florida banking corporation Southerly and parallel with Broadway Starke, Florida 32091 Council Room, Starke City Hall Starke, ing, City Hall, Thompson Street Stark,
undersigned THOMAS RAY SUTTON RR Plaintiff Street 105 feet to Hoyt Street, thence run ((904)) 964-8050 Florida on Tuesday July 31, 1990 and Florida. .
2, Box 990 (Hwy 16 West), Stark., FL vs. Westerly along the North side of Hoyt Florida Bar 144625 make a recommendation to the County Each and every person having any Interest
32091, sole owner, doing business und.r JOHN GREGORY GRIFFIS and Street S2'/i feet to the Point of Beginn Attorney for PersonalRepresentatives Commissioners and the Board will consider whatever In the enactment of this

the firm nom. of BIG T, RR 2. Box 990 RICHARDSON OIL COMPANY INC., ing.YOU on Wednesday August IS, 1990, at proposed ORDINANCE should appear
(Hwy 16 West) Starke. Florida 32091 In. a Florida corporation ARE REQUIRED to file your written 7/19 2tchg 7/26; Cont.539 the Commissioners Room of the Bradford and be heard ot the time and place
tends to register laid fictitious name Defendants. defenses If any to this action with County Courthouse" Starke, Florida pr.a lbed.
under the aforesaid statute* NOTICE OF SALE the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO at 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance relating to: Board BRADFORD COUNTY
Dated this 2nd day' of July A.D., 1990 NOTICE Is hereby given that, pursuant Bradford County Florida and serve a REGISTER The rezoning of the following described COMMISSIONERSBradford
In Bradford County. to summary final )Judgement of copy thereof upon the attorney for the FICTITIOUS NAME property and amending the Comprehensive County Florida
7/12 4tpd 8/02 foreclosure dated July 11, 1990 entered Plaintiff who Is: Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Land Use Plan to providethat 1 tchg 126; Cont. No.535
In the above styled cause, I will sell to JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR.. Esquire Statutes, notice is hereby given that the land currently zoned A and P.O. Number 4125
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT the highest and best bidder for cash at Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. P.A. undersigned, GLENDA EPPS 737 S. designated by the plan as Open Rural
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA the front door of the Bradford County P.O. Box 938 Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091, sole owner, (OR) be rezoned to Industrial and LEGAL NOTICE
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Courthouse In Starke, Bradford County Starke, Florida 32091 doing business under the firm name of designated I I. the property of Harold The Suwannee River Economic Council
Court No. 89.732-Clv-J.12 Florida at 11:00 a.m. on August 14, ((904)) 964.5700 SHEAR DESIGN 737 S. Walnut St.. Wadsworth, described as follows:: Parcel Inc. Board of Directors will hold a
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1990, the following described property': not later than August 20, 1990. Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to register No. 00618000000. In Section 1. meeting of the Board of Directors on
Plaintiff A parcel of land situated In the East DATED this 12th day of July 1990. said fictitious name under the aforesaid Township 6, Range 21 East, Located on Monday. July 30, 1990. 7:30: p.m. at the
".. 445 feet of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of RAY NORMAN statute. NW 37th Street off 233 Southslde, 1/4 Holiday Inn In Lake City. Florida.
JOHN N. GOODMAN; DIANE C. Section 13. Toownshlp 8 South Rang. 22 Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated this 24th day of July A.D., mile on left. 11chg 7/26; Cont. No.545
GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES East, Bradford County Florida; said By: Tasher Allen Dep. Clerk 1990V In Union County. You are further given NOTICE that a
and DESSIE JACKSON parcel being more particularly describedas 7/194tchg 8/09; Cont. 538 7/264tchg8/16 copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is

Defendants. follows: Begin at SW corner of Lot 32 -. -- available for your Inspection at the office
NOTICE OF SALE of KEYSTONE OAKS as per plat thereof PUBLIC NOTICE of the Director of Zoning and Planning
Notice Is h.r.by given that pursuant recorded In Plot Book 3, Page 48 of the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold a City Hall Thompson Street Starke,
to a Default Judg.m.nt entered on Jun. public records of Bradford County public sale of Bin Number 37, belongingto Florida.
19, 1990 by the above entitled Court In Florida and run S B9inO" E along the NUMBER 1.4176 Lyle Walker; Bin Number 40 belonging Each and every person having any Interest .
the above the undersigned to Alvin Fayson; Bin Number 42, whatever In the enactment of this
styled cause South line of said KEYSTONE OAKS.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF Church of God of Inc.
James Williams and Bin
United States Marshal or any of hit duly 395.85 feet; thence run S 0014'58" E. MAXINE D. belonging to ; proposed ORDINANCE should appearand Prophecy,
authorized deputies will ..lIlh. proper 659.97 feet to the South line of said Section Deceased. ALLEY Number 13, belonging to Donald Dick. be heard at the lime and place 2138 N.

ty situate In Bradford County Florida 13; thence run N 89"17'34" W, along NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Sale will take place at 2117 N. Temple prescribed. Pastor W.T.Laney
Avenue, Starke, Saturday August 4, Board of BRADFORD COUNTY
at: said South line of said Section 13 a ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 964-7712
A parcel of land lying In the West On. distance of 395.86 feet to the SW cornerof DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE : 1990. at 9.00: a.m. COMMISSIONERSBradford ,,.ow, M,,y.,. SERVICES! ; -" .,
Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. said East 445 feet of the SE 1/4 of SW AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN I 7/26 2tchg 8/02 County, Florida Sunday..... ...10 wn fc 6 pm
tlon 22. Township 6 South Rang. 22 1/4; thence run N 00"14'58" W along the THE ESTATE: 1 tchg/ ; Cont. No. 534 Tots............. ...12 Noon
East, Bradford County Florida said West line of said East 445 feet to a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the INVITATION TO BID Wed.._..... .. ... .730 pm
parcel being more particularly described distance of 660.71 feet to the Point of The City of Starke, Florida, will Than...............12 Noon
follow. said 6.000 administration of the estate of MAXINED. receive Bids for Water Main ExpansionsPart Come Worship With Us Frl... ...... ... ... .7:30 pm
a. : Beginning parcel containing
ALLEY, Deceased, File Number 2, Phase I I. until 10:00: a.m. local
Comm.nc. at the Southwest corner of acres more or less. 1-4176 Case Number 90-44-CP. Is pending time on the 13th day' of August 1990. City BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH i
"IJ said Section 22 and run Easterly along Together with ,an easement for in the Circuit Court for Bradford' P.O. STARKE
iii the Southerly boundary'tlSJ o* 3&4J "IIJIII! ,, a"ISL" gO 1l.r coadW''IU'Q'.' Probate the. Hall 100 Thompson Street Corner of Pratt and Christian
C.;)until.. Florida, Division .. Drawer C, Starke, Florida 32091 of
W f..t, more or less, to the Easterjy bp n. lCj.ij 'lend ttu t.d\ I in'' address of which Is Post Office Box fli $
,\ which time all bids will be publicly' 9:4
Sun. ScbooW r am
Township I opened !! :
dory of Old Lawtey Road thence North Section 13. South. Rang. 21 Starke, Florida 32091. The personal and read aloud. Worshipll-00 U2 N. St.Clair 964M45Pattoh i
0007' East along sold Easterly boundary East, Bradford County Florida sold representatives of the estate are The will consist of a water Sun. Morning am David PI Kjanr t
c t 700.00 feet to an Iron pip. on Ih.SOUlh.rly easement being more particularly project Sun. Evening Service 7:00 pm
WILLIAM D. ALLEY and SANDRA DOWL- main extensions and connections to existing "We Invtto )roU to worship with UI
of line of Donna described follows Commence at the Wed. Night Service 7:00 pm
right way a. : ING. whose address Is Route 1, Box 949 piping and all related Incidental Attended Nursery
Street (also known at Jenkins Street); SW corner of lot 32 of KEYSTONE OAKS. Starke, Florida 32091. The name and work Items required to complete the Pastor Ronald Hannah Sunday School ____ lOam
thence run N 89"39'" East along said as per plot thereof recorded In Plat Book address of the personal representative's work as drawn and specified to providea Morning WorahifF ________. 11amEvexini
Southerly right of way' line 371.82 feet to 3, Page 48 of the public records ot Brod"ford attorney are set forth below. complete and operable facility. Asst. Pastor John Leshuk Service .__,_-_-- an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way County Florida and run 58<)111'10"E All persons having claims or demands This project will be funded by the City Proclaiming The! Knot,The Book Bussed Hope l.y Youth .-..-___.-r-. 730pm
line of Tom Hall Street (also known as along ,the .South line KEYSTONE I -:

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Store 1/ "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE""Your
Finance- ,
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complete Buy Here Pay Here : ,/ 987 N. Temple Ave. t

1320 N.Temple Ave \ I 864-N.Temple 964-7061 9646111Lewis
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.DOUGLAS BATTERY OF Jones Service .";, 'I .. 'J It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. e P.O.Box207
STARKE Distinguised, Caring 8S3! ." better at Denmark's Starke
For Over 50 Years I .
Werebuildstartersllltemators "tl "
& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch i I r i-" ,, I :" i'. 434 W Call 964-5827 964-6871
Starke 964-6200 .
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407 N.Temp 964-7911 Keystone Heights; 473-3176 I i'L '' '' f"'f. ,0" )
of Ministries
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MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE .Community ,:, ;:. l .. .'. Crafts tic Consignment LECENTER Ii
State Bank ." Locttsd off 100 STtowsid CHIRrIrCl'lCCBNTEROLD ,
FASHIONED Specializing *SODA II :..'tI of Starke .--- -.- Keystone *right on 24th Ave, : It

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Mosley Tire Co. AUTO I : CORBETT'S TIRES & Allen's Office Supplies STEAK HOUSE '

US 301 N. Starke' SALES SERVICE and Printing Company From all oJII'at Western Steer .
&Auto US 301 South
Complete Tin Shop It
.Art Custom Framing
964-6600 Worship this tv tiut every'r R fro Supplies .. '
Service'at the church of your choice 402 N.T, ?:HWY 301 N. a pining a Office Supplies j .
24 HR Wrecker I 36Tenvlllegar 113 E. Call St. 964-8925 ...ye ,
exhaust system 1018 N. Tem le 964-6461

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BANK Sales & Service 440 W.

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Mark Mullins At Employees
SR 21 Keystone Height
Staff 155 W. Brownies Rd. 9644060


Page 8.TELEGRAPII July 26, 1990

mediately thereafter. Otherwise, a East, 120 ft. thence North 0141' West,
I I default will be entered against you for parallel with said Westerly boundary
Legal Notices. the relief demanded In the petition 130 ft. to the Northerly boundary of said
Dated July 19. 1990. NE Iof SE 1/4 of SW 1/4: thence South
I I NORMAN. said boundary
RAY 8917' West along Northerly
Clerk of he Circuit Court 120 ft. to Point of Beginning.
Clerk previously conveyed
D.puty above contains properly
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 7/26 4tchg 8/16; Cont. No. 546 to Bury Traylor, Jr. and his wife,
The City of Starke Board of Adjustments CASE NO: 90-3B9-CA r Patricia N. Traylor by virtue of Warranty
PINEHURST ( has rescheduled the hearing Division: Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Deed recorded In Official Record Book
4.55x1 OPfo7. for the appeal filed by the City Commissioners IN RE: The Marriage of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 174 at Page 296 of the public records of
96 VARIETY s"fotJ.-sstp", of Slarke and Terence M. Brown ANDREW JAMES WISE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Bradford County Florida. Company does
> concerning an Incln.rator to b. con Husband CASE NO: 89-474-CA not purport to Include previously conveyed .
"** m vffitt structed by Th.rmo Environmental and KEYSTONE STATE BANK property .as described In said
Come in Systems on Lot 21 and 22 Enterprise CHONA RIVERA WISE Plaintiff deed In this Abstract
and let Janet show you how to use paints Park of Starke. Florida, zoned 1.1 light Wife. VI. at public sale, la the highest and best
and fabric from our craft and fabric department to Industrial for a crematorium and NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Del JACK COURTNAY and bidder for cash 'at the front entrance of
disposal of other blohaiardous waste. : Chona Rivera Wise 47 A-P ASSOCIATES INC. and Courthouse In
create your own T-Shirt We have ; the Bradford County
a large selection Th. date Is set for Rosarlo Extension. C.bu City 6000
n.w hearing JACK M. COURTNAY Starke, Florida between 11:00: a.m. and
paints, stencils, fabric and T-Shirts to choose Wednesday. August 15. 1990 7:30 p.m. .Philippines Defendants 2.00 p.m. on August 10. 1990.
from. In the Council Room Stark. City Hall. You arm notified that a Petition for NOTICE OF SALE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy
Those persons, groups or agencies Dissolution of Marriage has been filed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant : Carol Williams Dep. Clerk
: ;t 'J1 V'Fd who wish to present evidence In this op- against you and you are required la to Final Summary Judgement of 'LAWRENCE c. ROLFE, ESQUIRE
;, ;t [ f pealate case should appear and be .rv.'a copy of your written defenses, If Foreclosure' dated July 16 1990 In Case 720 Blackstone Building
heard at the lime and place prescribed any to It, on Petitioner' Attorney No. B9. 7 -CA; In the Circuit Court of the Jacksonville, Florida 32202
.::T.Shirts: & Crafitems! JM@ 'pptiWe above. ZELDA j. HAWK whose address Is Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Brad- ((904)) 358-1666
> Anyon. who wishes a verbatim 2830-K NW 41st Street P.O. Box 7035 ford County, Florida In which KEYSTONE 7/26 2lchg 8/02

transcript of these proceedings shall be Gainesville, Florida 32605 on or before STATE BANK It the Plaintiff and JACK. __ _____ J_ _'o_ _
responsible for their own arrangements September 3, 1990 and file the original COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES INC. and IN THE'CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH:
with the clerk of this court either before
Do Alterations. 7/2631chg 8/09 JACK M. COURTNAY. are the Defendants JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
Control No. 550 service on Petitioner's Attorney or Im- I will sell to the highest and best BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
.... bidder and best bidder for cash In the PROBATE DIVISION
--- -- -------
Bring in or pick-up your alterations between lobby of the Bradford County CourthouseIn CASE NUMBER: 90-65-CP

7am 8pm Mon.-Sat. Sun. Stark, Bradford County Florida at IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
9am-6pm. 11:00 a.m. on Friday August 10th. 1990 GRACE G. PAGE,

Come in and> get you ':ichange for the i{ forth the following In the Final described Summary property Judgement set: Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe

laundromat and you last minute items'Bread t Lots Four ((4)), through Twelve ((12)) Inclusive administration of the estate of
; Lot Fourteen ((14)), lots Sixteen GRACE G. PAGE deceased file number
; milK}and ota drinks, .>if> ((16)) through Twenty-Six ((26)) Inclusive, 90-65-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court
-:- .. and lot Thlrty-Three ((33)), ARI WOODS for Bradford County Florida Probate
Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary -- ). as per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book Division the address of which Is 945
-= 3, Page 53, of the Public Records of Brad- North, Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
ford County Florida 32091 The names and addresses of the
/ Dated this 16th day of July 1990. PeVsonal Representative and the Personal
..--- The five most popular sports activities for American adults are swimming Clerk of the Circuit Court Representative's attorney are set
fishing bicycling bowling and running.
By: Carol Williams fort) below
Deputy Clerk Alt Interested persons are required to
Post Office Drawer 1589 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all
REPORT OF CONDITION Gainesville FL 32602 claims against the estate and ((2)) any objection
((904)) 376-8201 by any Interested person on
of Attorney for PlaintiffFla. whom this notice was served that
Consolidating domestic subsidiaries the
Bar No. 222348 challenges the validity of the will the
Bradfor'd ',f'-' 7/26 2tchg 8/02; Cont. No. 542 qualifications of the Personal Representative -
First National Bank of CftuntVN of.; Starke .
.. -- venue, or jurisdiction of

in the state of. at the close of business on 1990 FICTITIOUS NAME
published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under title 12 United States Code, Section 161. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Publication of this Notice has begunon

Charter Number 22005 Comptroller of the Currency Miami District Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the July 26. 1990.
undersigned April E. Austin Route 1 I. Personal Representative:
; ." ) Box 248, Brooker FL 32622. sole owner DONALD B. PAGE. JR.
I doing business under the firm name of 3661 N.W. 23rd Ave.
AUSTRICH. Route 1 Box 248, Brooker Gainesville, FL 32605
Florida 32622 Intends to register said EUGENE F. SHAW
fictitious name under the aforesaid Attorney for
.0. .. "statute.
Personal Representative
Statement of Resources and Liabilities Dated this 23rd day of July A.D. 925.E North Temple Ave.
1990 In Bradford County.
I' Stark., FL 32091
Thousands of dollars 7/26 4tpd 8/16: Cont. 541 ((904)) 9645200Fla.
Cash and balances due from depository institutions:
.. .
-- Bar No. 072941 1
Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin. j.. . .'t. ;::. . . . . . . . IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 7/26 2lchg B/02: Cent No,544

Interest-bearing balances. . . . . . .. . .' . j'. . . .: . . . . . JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR --

Securities . . . . . . . ... . . . . ...,;. . . .-. .). . ... . . . m79 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA iWrHECIRCUlt: COURT, EIGHTH
Federal funds sold . . . . . . . '# .'. .'. . ; . . . . . AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

Securities purchased under agreements to resell ,. . . .to. . . . . . . . FLORIDA INC. PROBATE DIVISION
Loans and lease financing receivables: Plaintiff CASE NUMBER: 90.66-CP
Loans and leases net of unearned Income. . . . . .'.'. ... . 7 vsA.J.. DUGGER and MARY PAULINE FAIRLEY TAYLOR

LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses . . . . . ... .U .. \ B I ....'.t'. '...... DUGGER_ e? '
t .
LESS: Allocated transfer risk;i ervaiivtT.. . . .,. . . 'a{ ... Defendants. "TTT" T73' ':'4, -OT'CE' TO CREDITORS t::
Loans and leases net of unearned Income, allowance:: and "'P' 14 i Is hereby given that pursbanii l EMA S\'AGA.tN5T THE ABOVE

INn Assets held in trading accounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to an order or a Final Judgement of ESTATE:

< Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases) . . . . . . . . . captioned Foreclosure action entered I will sell In the the propertysituated above- You Summary are hereby Administration notified that has an Orderof been

Other real estate owned . . . .. . . .'y. . . . . . . . . . 0 In Bradford County Florida entered In the estate of PAULINE

Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies . . . .. . . 0 described as: FAIRLEY TAYLOR deceased case

Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding. . . . . . . . . . Township 6 South Range 22 East, Section number 90-66-CP. by the Circuit Court
21 : A triangular parcel of land lyingIn for Bradford County Florida Probate
Intangible assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the NE 1of the SE 1of SW 1/4 In Division the address of which Is P.O.

Other assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the City of Slarke Bradford County Box Drawer B. Starke. FL 32091 that the

'Total assets . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . . Florida; said parcel being more par total cash value of the estate is I less than
Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823j( ) . ', . .'. . . . . . . . ticularly COMMENCE described at as concrete follows::monument $25,000 and that the names and addresses -
of those to whom\ has been
Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C.18230)( ) . ; . . . . . . located at the Northwest corner of said assigned by such order are:
0 ." NE 1/4 pf SE Iof SW 1/4 and run North JONATHAN ROBERT TAYLOR. JR.,
89'17' East along the Northerly boundary
9127 NW 9th Avenue, Gainesville, FL
Deposits: thereof 120.0 ft; thence South 32606.

In domestic offices . . . . . '.' . .,' . . . . . . . . . . . J $ 4 189 I 01 boundary'4V East of said parallel NE Iof with the SE Iof Westerly SW the All Clerk persons of said are Court required WITHIN to file,'THREE with

Nonenterest-bearing. . . . . . . . ,; 1.\ . . f 536 1/4, 65.00 ft. to the Point of Beginning.From CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE

Interest-bearing. . . . . . . . .'. : '," ..'. . . 3. 53 I Point of Beginning thus decribed FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all
continue South 0141' East, 65.00 ft.; claims the estate In the form and
Federal funds purchased . . . .r.. . . ".: . .. . . . . . . . thence North 89*17' East, parallel with manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of

Securities sold under agreements 10 repurchase . :.'. : . . . . . . . said Northerly boundary 15.70 feet too the Florida Statutes'and Rule 5.490 of the

Demand notes Issued to the U.S. Treasury . ::. . . . . . . . . . . 60 North penny 15I2'33"nail set West In pavement 67.12 feet; thence to the Florida Rules of Probate and Guardian

U) Other borrowed money . . . . . . . . . . . .r:.: ; .. Point of Beginning.A Procedure.ALL .
ly Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : parcel of land lying In the NE 1/4 of FILED WILL CLAIMS BE FOREVER AND DEMANDS BARRED.NOT SO

:J Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding . . . . . . . .'. SE 1of SW 1/4 of Section 21, Township Publication of this Notice has begunon

m Subordinated notes and debentures t.. . . . .) ;' lei; . . 6 ford South County Range Florida 22 East; said in Starke parcel, being Brad- July 26, 1990. EUGENE F. SHAW

... Other liabilities . . . . . . . . . . .. . .,. ,'p.t.,jo; .,. . . . . more particularly described as follows: Attorney for Petitioner

Totaillabllltes, . . . . : . . : . . . . : ,... ../ h \. ,. ,'\'. . . . . COMMENCE at the Northwest cornerof 925-E N. Temple Ave.
said NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW Ifor
Llmited.life preferred stock and related surplus . . . .. .. . ; .'. . . . . . . Point of Beginning and run South 01'41' Starke((904)),9645200Fla. FL 32091

East along the Westerly boundary Bar No. 072941

Perpetual preferred stock and related surplus . . . . :. . . . ... . . . . .0 thereof 130 ft.: thence North 8917' 7/262tchg 8/02: Cont. 543Je'lr

-' Common stock . . . . . . .'. ..:. : . . . . ..'. . . . . . .

< Surplus. . . . . . . ..,n'. ;-..: .: :h: .. ; ..... .. . .. . . 1x650 srs
C "' 'i(.. g su..
Undivided profits and capital reserves. . . .'. . :.y.. -:" !\I'; t : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 248 9L..Y.Si.La

LESS: Net unrealized loSS'' on marketable.equity securities. t:: ;... ;''> ,:'.:. . . . 0 JI/3a4I
,-. ." ; ,,' se,AW .,.
Total I equity I capita.I . '.' . ... .. ::.t." '.'. . ...,. h'>'it'"'",;\,' . . . . 3,0 .- .. ,t'.7.t1.a' -z-z.; '

;:) Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230),; ( ) /.'. . 'of ', >; : ..' :;"j. . . . .. 0W !'. -

Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant 10 12 U.S C.1823j, ( ) 'I. ...l; .. .., .. . . . .3 05 s'6 ----
Total liabilities limlted.llfe preferred stock equity capital and 1 losses 4'I=t"" "" ...tf+/.w

deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823j( ) . . . . . '.'. . . : . . . I 7 261 3, 1990

'j.'to .
:"). vs'i I \ f. ELECTION
"" .; .., .. I. Verses D. Slice ,. .
:( HeyerHCoeeleeioner ef the City
.. '" .' )'a', 'C. .. "'i.. ''I' 0,.' \'-" ( of Seerke fieri, fey virtue ef the eetherlty vested
', -.. ::1)) In .. by 1... 4a hereby eelfor First Prissy Election
[ r ; to be held .t the City fell 1. the. efareeel City ef
,'. ......., .!J! qualified vetece e* T.....'. September 11, 1990. '.D. for
: .,.,
:.f'1t-i the .ur.o. elective the' following effleeres

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I Royals Rule, Jr. Softball. League with 9-3 Record 'I'IWith

a 9-J record. I the Royall lead Upcoming... Mon.:JuIyUff: Royals vs. Bravest :won:25-13:" Wednesday July 18. Sherman Ross. Going 3-for-5 was Brandi Lewis. Going 3-for-4 were
the Jr.Softball League sponsored by All morning at 9 a.m. Yankees vs. Twins nt 10 Leading the A's going 4-foM were/ Matt Odom. Getting two hits were Shaun Muse Stefan Nichols and
Recreation games played
the Starke
Department. Pratt Street Field. All night a.m. Cuba vs. A's at 11 a.m. Sean Muse and Adam Marchese.. Rhiannon Butt Billy Maust Drew David Paul Brooks. Getting two hits
Team...standings. : at Edward'i gamesare Tues.,July 31 Night Games: 5'8 Going 4-for-S was Stefan Nichols. Wainwright and Greg Mou.A' were Will Hartley Louis Mann, and
Rey.b .. .... .............. played Road Field.
A's............... ...............t.9-4 7 Thurs., July 26: Royals vs. place teams at 6:30: r.m. 3*4 place Getting three hits were Jay WUker- Leading the Yankees in. going 3-for-3
'rev.... ........................J4 Yankees at 11 a.m. 7:30p.m.'A"teams: 6:30. p.m. ,2 teams two son and hits David were Jason Paul Brooks.McCullough Getting and The 12 A't'outhlt Yankees the Yankees 10 2623and were Kim DeSue Travis Stacey,and
Star.v.v.v.v.v.v..v..v.v.MTwlm! Fri.. July 27: Twin VI. Braves 9 23 Twins 13 Louis Mann. won 12-10 Friday 20. Laklsha Williams. Going 3-for-4 was
....................... .. J.Q a.m.vs. Cubs A'I VI.at 11 Royals a.m. 10a.m. Yankees The A's outhit the Twins 25.21 and Leading Sean Davis1.the Twins Going going S-ifcr-3 4for4was was Jay Leading Wllkerson.the A's Going going 3-for-3-for-4 was was were Andy John Redding.McMillan Getting Tony two Raish hits

.. ., .... Andrena Hamm and Tim Flowers.
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Braves 12 Cubs 11
Fresh The Braves outhit the Cubs 20-17
Daily 75% Lean and won 12-11 Friday July 20.

5 Lb. Pack or More were Leading Nikki the Jackson Braves, Tonika going Bright 3-for-4,
Kyle Llzenbee and Matt Rittman.
Getting two hits Josh Llzenbee Brad
.GROUND 9 9 Bishop and Christy Wooley.
Leading the Cubs 3-for-4 were
t ILb. f Jonathan Elder and Mike Pusaterl.
: Getting two hits were Charlene
Wright, Matt Pusaterl Sean
BEEF Phillips, and Jeffery Nettles.

Royals 31 Twins 10
g j The Royals outhit the Twins 37-17
Fresh Dally GROUND TURKEY . .89 Lb. _______ and won 31-10 Friday July 20.
Leading the Royals going 6-for-8
were Mitch Ames and Josh Lee. Going
c 5-for-6 was LeAnn Carlton. Going
i r 4-for-6 were Keith Taylor and
Phillip Pombier. Going 4-for-5 was
r Cory Goetzman. Getting three hits
Prices In this Large "was Jason Bennett. Getting two hits
ad good were Kevin Taylor and Ryan Lee.
Monday Western Leading the Twins going 3-for-3
was Chad Farnsworth. Going 3-for-4
July 23: thru was Sherman Ross. Getting two hits
Sunday, were Trent Patterson Drew Wain-
g July 29, 1990 CANTALOUPES wright Matt Odom,and Greg Moss.

0 Braves 10 A's 2
The Braves outhit the A's 14-11 and
won 10-2 Monday, July 23.
Leading the Braves going 2-for-3
1 were Josh Llzenbee., Matt Rittman,
$ Brad Bishop, and NIkki Jackson.
Leading the A's going 2-for-3 were
Each Macy Stephens Shaun Muse and
Holly Farms Grade A Louis Mann.

Cubs 12 Twins 11
LEG Fresh Summertime LIMES . . The Twins outhit the Cubs 23-22
and won 12-11 Tuesday, July 24.
Leading the Cubs going 3-for-3
were Jonathan Elder and Trish Lee.
4kA Going 3-for-4 Michael Pusateri and
QUARTERS Josh Lee. Getting two hits were
I Charlene Wright Sean Phillips and
Chris Moss.
Leading the Twins going 3-for-3
were Chad Farnsworth adn Matt
Odom. Going 3-for-4 were Drew
s s Wainwright and Greg Moss. Gettingtwo
hits were Trent Patterson,
59 9 _________ Morgan Fill, Marcus Moore.

Lb.NC P.WarnerSignUps

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Frozen 10 Lb. Bag Bag Set Sat.

CORNISH New Crop Tasty $29

HENS $99 Sign ups and a carwash are set for
lol l 1990 Pop Warner football playersand
cheerleaders this Saturday, July
28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
parking lot of the Community State
790 Bank on US-301S.
ONIONS Boys and girls aged 7 to 13 are
POTATOES eligible. Fourteen year oids are
eligible if born after Aug. 1.
Sign up fee: boys $35, girls $15.
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c ' -" !! '-' Girls Warner football.
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: , : may play Pop
New applicants are asked to bring
birth certificates. Anyone from the
Keystone Heights area is eligible to
Assorted Sizes & Flavors Ounce'Breakstone's play in Starke since KH has no Pop
16 Ounce Phillip'sPORK 16 Warner football program.
Healthy Choice Practice begins Aug. 1 at the
fairgrounds field, from 5:30-7:30: :
AND BEANS FROZEN DINNERS SOUR CREAM p.m. Monday through Friday until
school starts Aug.27. After school
starts Pop Warner practice will be

2/7ge/ I 9ge held preseason three nights jamboree per week.A is. set for

:: $279 ; Starke Alachua-Santa Sept.8. First Pop games Warner Fe, Newberry are teams set Sept., Lake play 14.

beans tisl'e. \r. Butler Orange Park and Mid-
-- .- dleburg.
..,:.:..- Players sign up for one of four
-- teams, depending on size and
Whiskas 6 OunceTunaMealtimeCatfishBeef 12 Ounce Frozen Fruit weight. The teams are:
20 Lb. Bag Food Lion I HeartPunchLimeadePink Lemonade Mitey Mites, for which a coach is

Country Chicken FOOD LION needed.Jr. Pee Wee coached by Phillip

CHARCOAL CAT FOOD LEMONADEPuffed Pombier..pee Wee, coached by Gary Bak-

$199' "I89/ 2/9ge/ ken.Burgin.Padgett.Jr.There.Midgets Midgets,is coached a coached Pop by Warner by Ronnie Bill

cheerleading squad for each team.
Two cheerleader sponsors are need-

Kraft ed.If interested in making uniformsfor
Mild Cheddar/Mozarella
Wise -
& Crunchy the cheerleaders, contact Linda
1.79 Pearce phone 964-4362 after 5:30:

CHEEZ DOODLES. . . . 7 Oz. .99 SHREDDED CHEESE. 8 Oz. p.m.Team sponsors are needed for Pop

Warner football. Cost: $250.

2 Liter Related Hems OLD MILWAUKEE & :::"" RegisterTo

OLD MILWAUKEE LT. -* TM Uckv VoteRegistration
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$1 09 12/12 PK CN w.J S ttwt. books close August 6
::.-. _1/063900.. for this fall's Primary elections.

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I Lawtey 1st Baptist Take Trophies in League 17-2. .. I

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the champion of the Men's Church r Kenneth Carlton and Jeremy Leading the First Methodist going
League sponsored by the Starktf Crawford. 2-for-3 were Jason Polk, Kevin
Recreation Department, with a 17-2 Leading Air Park going 2-for-3 Thomas, Randall Polk, and J.
record. This past week FB of were Lloyd Gilpin and Robert Change.
Lawtey beat Air Park Baptist 5-1, ice. a r .+ t Broughton. Going 2-for-4 was Lon-
the Church of God 16-3 and First nie Olive, Jr. Stars 11 F.Pres.9First
Methodist 13-2. They will go on to M Presbyterian outhit the Stars
compete in the state playoffs August F.B. of Law. 13 F.Meth. 11-8 but the Stan won 11-9 Tuesday
3-5 in Tallahassee. The First Baptist Church outhit July 24.Leading.
the First Methodist 18-13 and won the Stan going 2-for-3
Standings: 13-3 In their final Tuesday was Jamie Bowen. Getting one hit
p. eapl.t.. . .. .. . . 17.2 night July 24. game were Vince Robinson, Kenneth
Flrtl Pratbytcrlon. . . . .12-' Leading the First Baptist going Carlton, Gnann, Ashley Al-
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titan .. . . 12-' 3-for-3 was David Starling. Going and
Air park. . . . . . .'-'2 3-for-4 were Tommy Wise and Larry Leading Carver.the First! Presbyterian
First Methodist. . . . . .7.12 Turbyfield. Getting two hits were going 2-for-4 were Buddy Paterson,
Church of Cod .. . . .. 2-11 Curtis Crawford Stuart 'Duncan, Eddie: Dyal and Tim Lewis.

Pres. IS (<'.Met". 11
The First Methodist oulhit the
First Presbyterian Church 13-13 but iJw NOTICE NOTICEALL
the Presbyterian won 15-11 Thurs

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Herres. Getting two hits were Eddie.
Dyal Terry Vaughn.
Leading the First Methodist going
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James Whitehead. Getting two hits
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Evan Douglas. First Baptist of Lawtey is Champion of the-Men's Church League.i AUGUST 1,1990YOUR

F.B.L. 5 A.Park 1 Members of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey soft- Standing: Bob Clayton David McNeill. Larry Tur-
The First Baptist Church of bull loam are l-ri by field. Lee Casey, Kevin Wise Davy Norman. David
Lawtey outhit Air Park 8-5 and won Kneeling: Curtis Crawford. Donny Wliecoach). Starling, Stuart Duncan. Jason Thomas and Kelly NEW CHANNEL LISTING
5-1 Thursday, July 19. Tommy Wisecoach). Paul Norman Steve Campbell Dyal. Not pictured was Billy Gault.
Leading the First Baptist going and Joseph Startling.
2-for-3 was Tommy Wise. Getting 2-HBO 17-USA
one hit were Davy Norman, Larry Olive, Sr., and Robert Broughton. was Tommy Wise. Getting two hits DeWight Allen, and Mike Ronquille.
F.B. of were Curtis Crawford, Davy Nor- 3 ESPN 18-DISNEY
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Leading Air Park going 2-for-3
Jo Hildebran. Lawtey outhit the Church of God Air Park outhit the Stars 12-9 but PROGRAM GUIDE 20- SHOWTlMEI.
was Kirby Gettingone IS-11 and won 16-3 Monday. July 23. Leading the Church of God
going the Stars won 6-3 Monday July 23.
hit were Jamey Crews, Lonnie I iviriinf First Rnntiar( rnnnn" "'.rnn.Q" 2-for-2 were DeWayne Allen Leading the Stars going 2-for-2 CINEMAX 21 TBS (Atlanta)

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I Starke Stars Headed for 7th National TourneyThe 8- WCJB ((20 Gainesville) HEADLINE NEWS (

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Starke Stars (Senior Boys a thrilling come-from-behind 11-9 imately 10 teams entered in the at the E.B. Hamilton Complex in Tif
ages 18 and under Softball team) win over First Presbyterian Tues- A.S.A. Sanctioned event, Including' ton. The tournament will begin im- 8 10 -WJKS(17 Jacksonville) NASHVILLE
have qualified for their seventh national day night. the Starke Merchants and the First. mediatley thereafter. The draw will 11 WOGX ((51 Ocala) NICKELODEON
tournament (fifth year in a The Stars will compete this com of Lawtey. be held Wednesday,August 1,at 7:30
row). ing weekend in the First Annual New Sunday, July 29, the Stars will so the Stars will not know when 12 -WTLV (12 Jacksonville) 27- HOME SHOPPING NET.
They will head to Tifton, Ga next River Correctional Institution make a second trip to L.W.C.I. in they play wntil then.
13 WNFT Jacksonville
Thursday,August 2, to participate in Employees Club Softball Tourna- Lawtey to play two of the inmate The Tournament is scheduled to (47 ) DISCOVERY
the 16th Annual National Tourna- ment to be held at the Lake Butler teams beginning at 1:30: p.m. end Sunday afternoon August 5. 14-LIFETIME 29 BET
ment with approximately 40 other Recreation Complex, just off of Practices at Edward's Rd. will be Anyone wishing to donate to the
teams from around the U.S. Highway 121. held Monday and Tuesday nights team's expenses may concact Jerry 15-MTV 30-TNT
The Stars currently with 24 wins The Tournament will be playedSat. prior to a 1 p.m.departure on Thursday McGriff at 964-4698 or the Starke 16-CNN 31 FAMILY
and 18 losses for the season and a second ., July 28, and the Stars first August 2. Recreation Department on N. Tem-
place finish in the Men's game will be at 9 a.m. The team they Opening Ceremonies for the Na- ple Ave. (Hwy. 301) Checks shouldbe 32- SPORTS CHANNEL
Church League (record 12-8) tied will play against will be announcedthat tionals will be held at 6 p.m. Thurs made payable to the Youth Soft-
with First Presbyterian by virtue of morning. There are approx- day August 2, on field number one ball Association. CLAY ZeeCure.!

ticipation in the show. Contact perIs seeking artists and crafters to .
Art Festival.I .. son, Karen McGill 473-4807, participate in the 4th annual arts Cable'JL----
BHS Class of 1980... Keystone Heights is planning it's Keystone Heights City Hall 9 to 4 and crafts festival slated for Saturday -
13th annual Festival of the Lakes p.m. weekdays, or write P. O. Box Oct. 20. STARKE
The BHS Class of 1980 reunion is Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day 1132, K.H. ZIP 32656 Deadline for Last year the festival attractedset FLORIDA
for August 11,1990. All class week-end, Saturday and Sunday, applications is July 27th. "thousands" of visitors, according
members and their guests are September 1-2. to the sponsors.
welcome. Call 964-7475 for informaApplications are now being acMlddleburg Festival... For further information please 964-6308
tion and reservations. cepted from local artists for parThe Historic Middleburg Festival call Mara Ph. 282-9169.

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I: Rascals Preserve T- Lead. 7-1 Record. I IWith

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a 7.1 recCrd,the Rascals lead Leading the Peeps going 3-for-3 hits at 27-27 but the the
Critters took
the T-Ball League sponsored by the but the Peeps won 37-35 Monday,Ju-
Starke were Kristen Touchton, Dustin game at 21-20 Monday,July 23. ly 23.
Team Recreation.Department.Standings Smith, Pam! Martin, Suzanne WhIt- Leading the Critters going 3-for-3 Leading the Peeps going 3-for-3

tassel ...........,......... ...7-1 tle,.Stephen. Cubbedge, and Daniel were Jaime Lynn Reddish,Christina were Shannon DeBlock, Austin
top........ ....................53Crlttere. Fuqua, Getting two hits were John Vickery, Harrison Pearson Jesse Carter, Dusty Grtffis. Kristen
............................4 Winningham.Dusty Grlffls, and Michael Alvarez, adn Travis Chandler. Get- Touchton, Suzann Whittle Dustin
Zonkere...,..........;...........0-t ting two hits were Andrew Polk,Will Smith Derek Browning, Josh
Adams,Matt Coleman,Jared Johns, McKinney, Daniel Rollng Stephen
Leading the Critters
Upcoming... going 3-for-3 and Kiley Alvarez. Cubbedge and Nick Ames.
were Alisha Polk,Harrison Pearson, Leading the Rascals going 3-for-S Leading the Zonkers 3for3were
The night games are played at Edward' Andrew Polk, Christina
Vickery. were Destiny Kelly, William Eric Carter, Jamie Patterson,
Road. Matt Coleman Jared Johns and Thomassen,Josh Blackburn,Robert
Mon., July 30: 6 p.m. 3 4 place Kiley Alvarez. Getting two hits were rehberg,and Isiah Branton. Getting Crawford Christopher, Lisa Welch Detlefesen, ,Ashley Laura
teams. 7 p.m. 2 1 place teams. Zachary Hull, Justin Johns
Jamie two hits were Alphonso Smith,Jacob Reddish, Dave Schlofman, Lauren
Peeps 28 Critters 25 Lynn Reddish,and Travis Chandler. Hodges, and Melanie Reed. Detlefsen, Andrew McRae, and
Brett Reddish. Getting two hits
The Peeps outhit the Critters 30-29 Critters 21 Rascals 20 Peeps 37 Zonkers 35 were Drew Moore, Phillip Sellers,
and won 20-25 Wednesday,July 18. The Rascals and Critters tied their The Zonkers outhit the Peeps 39-33 and Randall Wheeler.

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: Two local umpire, members of the North Central Umpires Associa
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Joe Gordon left was presented a plaque for"Most Improved Umpire"and
Willie Brown received a plaque for "Umpire of the Year".
Brown was also presented a certificate for his officiating In the championship GIFT '
game for the State 3-A High School Athletic Association tournament
held at Boardwalk and Baseball near Orlando In June.

Gordon, Brown Honored

Outstanding Umpires $ CE.We bring good things to life.

Local umpires Joe Gordon and 299 9" Diagonal. _
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Gordon was honored as "Most Improved .
Distinguished Service ; ,;
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Umpire of the ,
Year in high !
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Butter Rahn woods long and straight, and hit Ills
BCT Staff Writer irons surprisingly well for a
In about youngster weighing 47 pounds. He
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"Melvin Wins the United States

Amateur Brian Lee Golf Melvin Open."7, son of Gene Tom's Last Tournament year, Brian, held entered at West the / 5 1Il.YiT VCR $ 1 QQ

and Lynn Melvin of Brooker has End Golf Course,in Gainesville and Special IHH) $799
been hitting golf balls since he was 3 come in 3rd, but won the long drive Remote Control JL
contest with a 121 yard drive.
years old and competes in tour- ..
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boys 2-3 older
than he. years year did from Orlando,with another STEREO VCR
8 year old coming in second. Brian
Although his parents encourage was 8 years old at the time. -.,..... $299
Brian his love for hitting a golf ball This year the tournament will be ,
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come from within. He hits 50-100 golf held in August, and Brian plans to
balls every afternoon and plays the have another go at it. : Reg. $399
Starke Golf and Country Club course Two years ago, Brian attended a 7575
with his dad each Sunday,and in bet clinic for S year olds at West End, : .Remote On
ween, when possible. and the teaching pro, Scott Dom- > Screen
Gene gives Brian a stroke a hole, broskl. told Gene, "Don't bring .4 Event
and gets beat from time to time.The Brian back. He's too advanced for i .lYr Timer
only concession: Brian hits from the this group." w/i*.** *- -'V 110 ch Cable
ladles' tees. In late August Brian Li- -

Last Wednesday, Brian hit over ing In a tournament at Lakeland, _ _ .Comp.
Alligator Creek on the par 3 number Fla., with his mother caddying for Remot Control
2 hole chipped up and sunk the putt him. Brian says his dad talks during
for a par. his backswing, and he prefers having
On the long par 5 number 3,Brian Lynn for a caddy. Next year
hit his driver, a 2 wood, 127 yards when he turns 9, he will be required
straight down the middle. His se- to carry his own clubs.
Brian Is interested In all sports. NO S.r:7:
1 Like his father,Brian is left handed,
although he plays golf right handed.In DOWNPAYMENT NO
baseball,he throws with his left / DOWNPAYMENT
hand but bats right handed. In foot- [
ball,he kicks soccer style. + ;
,The Irons Top Flight Plus) Brian wac 46"
ruses were won ff> a Cake; City Tournament 26'1 $
by Gene several weeks ago
,and re-shafted by Charlie King,local 1 $77
'golf club repairman. As Brian / /
grows, the shafts will be lengthened 4 4 mo.
to accomodate his height. ,per
Gene and Lynn would like to see per mo.
Brian Melvin Brian's Interest In' golf continue,
'possibly Into a golfing career, since
coed shot with a 3 wood went even' he already plays exceptionally well. T
further, straight down the middle. However,Gene says, 'As long as he
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_j Lawtey 1st Baptist Take Trophies in League 17-2 I

First Baptist Church of Lawtey is was Jeff Carver'Going 2-for-3 were and Lee Casey.
the champion of the Men's Church Kenneth Carlton and Jeremy Leading the First Methodist going
League, sponsored by the Stark Crawford. 2-for-3 were Jason Polk, Kevin
Recreation Department, with a 17-2 Leading Air Park going for-3 Thomas, Randall Polk, and J.
record. This past week FB of -w u were Lloyd 'Gilpin and Robert Change.
Lawtey beat Air Park Baptist 5-1, Broughton. Going 2-for-4 was Lon
the Church of God 16-3, and First nie Olive, Jr. Stars 11- F.Pres.9First
Methodist 13-2. They will go on to Presbyterian outhit the Stars
3-compete$ in Tallahassee.in the state playoffs August F.B. of Law. 13 F.Metli. :3 11-8 but the Stars won 11-9 Tuesday,
The First Baptist Church outhit July 24.Leading.
the First Methodist 18-13 and won the Stars going 2-for-3

Standings'. Bop la'..:. .. .. . . . .17.2 13-3 in their final game Tuesday. was Jamie Vlnce Bowen.Robinson Getting Kenneth one hit
Flrrt Pr.ibyl.rlan. .. .. . .121 night, July 24. were Al-
*,... .... ... .. .. .. ... ... . . US Leading the First Baptist Going going Carlton, Daryl Gnann and Link, Ashley
.. . 3-for-3 was David Starling. day, Jeff Carver, Bishop.
Airpark . . .t-12 Wise and Larry the First Presbyterian
. .. 3-for-4 were Tommy Leading
First NUthodlit . .. 7.12 two hits were 2-for-4 Buddy Paterson,
( Church of Cod .. .. .. . 2-11 Turbyficld.Curtis Crawford Getting, Stuart, Duncan, going Eddie Dyal and were Tim Lewis.

Pres. 15 F.Meth. 11
The First Methodist outhit the
First Presbyterian Church 13-13 bul NOTICE NOTICEALL
1 the Presbyterian won 15-11 Thurs-
day, July 19.Leading SUBSCRIBERS IN STARKE
the Presbyterian going CLAY CABLEVISION
Herres. Getting two hits were Eddie.
Dyal and Terry Vaughn. WEDNESDAY
Leading the First Methodist going
3-for-4 were Kevin Thomas and
James Whitehead. Getting two hits :
were Jason Polk, Billy Heavner,and ...ls _- + -- .:.- !,".t ,'

Evan Douglas. First Baptist of Lawtey is Champion of the Men's Church League.jMembers J AUGUST 1,1990YOUR

F.B.L. 5 A.Park 1 of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey soft-
Standing: Bob Clayton, David McVelll. Larry Tur-
The First Baptist Church of ball team are l-r): by field, Lee?Casey Kevin Wise Davy Norman David .
Lawtey outhit Air Park 8-5 and won Kneeling/ : Curtis Crawford Donny Wl e(coach). Starling/ Stuart Duncan Jason Thomas, and Kelly NEW LISTING
5-1 Thursday, July 19. Tommy Wlsccoach), Paul Norman Steve Campbell Dyal. Not pictured was Billy Gault.
Leading the First Baptist going and Joseph StarUina /(.
2-for-3 was Tommy Wise. Gettingone 2-HBO' 17-USA
hit were Davy Norman, Larry Olive, Sr., and Robert Broughton. was Tommy Wise. Getting two hits DeWight Allen, and Mike Ronquille.
Turbyfield, Stuart Duncan, Donnie F.B. of Law. 16 C.O.G. 3 were Curtis Crawford, Davy Nor ESPN 18-DISNEY

Wise, and Joseph Starling. The First Baptist Church of bell man,,Kelley Larry Dyal Turbyfield,and Paul, Steve Norman.Camp- Stars 6 Air Park 3 4-WJXT(4 Jacksonville) 19 -WGN ( Chicago)
Leading Air Park going 2-for-3
Lawtey outhit the Church of God Air Park outhit the Stars 12-9 but
was Kirby Jo Hildebran. Gettingone 5 PROGRAM GUIDE 20 SHOWTIME
18-11 and won 16-3 Monday, July 23. Leading the Church of God
going the Stars won 6-3 Monday, July 23.
hit were Jamey Crews, Lonnie I "rfin" Fire t Rinrfet e.ninn ,-,,,..., 2-for-2 were DeWayne Allen, Leading the Stars going 2-for-2 8 CINEMAX 21 .;TBS (Atlanta)

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The Starke Stars (Senior Boys thrilling come-from-behind 11-9 Imately 10 teams entered in the at the E.B. Hamilton Complex in Tif
ages 18 and under Softball team) win over First Presbyterian Tues- A.S.A. Sanctioned event, Including' ton. The tournament will begin im- ij' 10 -WJKS (17 Jacksonville) 23 NASHVILLE
have qualified for their seventh national day night. the Starke Merchants and the First. mediatley thereafter. The draw will
11 -WOGX ((51 Ocala) NICKELODEON
tournament (fifth year in a The Stars will compete this com Baptist Church of Lawtey. be held Wednesday, August 1,at 7:30
row). ing weekend in the First Annual New Sunday, July 29, the Stars will p.m. so the Stars will not know when WTLV (12 Jacksonville) 27- HOME SHOPPING NET.
They will head to Tifton Ga. next River Correctional Institution make a second trip to L.W.C.I in they play wntil then.
13 WNFT Jacksonville DISCOVERY
Thursday,August 2, to participate in Employees Club Softball Tourna- Lawtey to play two of the inmate The Tournament is scheduled to (47 )
the 16th Annual National Tourna- ment to be held at the Lake Butler teams beginning at 1:30: p.m. end Sunday afternoon, August 5. -LIFETIME 29-BET
ment with approximately 40 other Recreation Complex, just off of Practices at Edward's Rd. will be Anyone wishing to donate to the
teams from around the U.S. Highway 121. held Monday and Tuesday nights team's expenses may concact Jerry 15 -MTV 30-TNT
The Stars currently with 24 wins The Tournament will be playedSat. ; prior to a 1 p.m. departure on Thurs- McGriff at 964-4698 or the Starke 18 CNN 31 FAMILY
and 18 losses for the season and a second ., July 28, and the Stars first day, August 2. Recreation Department on N. Temple
place finish in the Men's game will be at 9 a.m.The team they Opening Ceremonies for the Na- Ave. (Hwy. 301). Checks shouldbe 32- SPORTS CHANNEL
Church League (record 12-8) tied will play against will be announcedthat tionals will be held at 6 p.m. Thurs- made payable to the Youth Soft-
with First Presbyterian by virtue of morning. There are approx- day, August 2, on field number one ball Association.is Mlle!
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p.m. weekdays, or write P. O. Box
13th annual Festival of the Lakes day, 20.
The BHS Class of 1980 reunion is Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day 1132, K.H. ZIP 32656 Deadline for Last year the festival attracted STARKE, FLORIDA
set for August 11, 1990. All class week-end, Saturday and Sunday, applications is July 27th. "thousands" of visitors, according
members and their guests are September 12.Applications. to the sponsors.For .
welcome. Call 964-7475 for information are now being accepted Middleburg Festival... further information, please 964-6308
and reservations. from local artists for par- The Historic Middleburg Festival call Mara, Ph. 282-9169.

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T-Ball the
League sponsored by
were Kristen Touchton Dustin at 21-20
'4 Starke game Monday July 23. ly 23.
Recreation:Department.Team Smith, Pami Martin, Suzanne Whittle Leading the Critters going 3-for-3 Leading the Peeps going 3-for-3

ttos.als..ti Standings....Of............7., Holing., Stephen Cubbedge two hits, and Daniel were Jaime Lynn Reddish Christina were Shannon DeBlock Austin

., flaps...".'"......Of.......... ...-, Fuqua, Dusty Getting Griffis, and were Michael John Vickery Alvarez,adn Harrison Travis Pearson Chandler.Jesse Getting Touchton Carter, Dusty Suzann Griffis Whittle,Kristen Dustin

.4.4conk.. Wlnnlngham. two hits were Andrew Polk,Will Smith berek Browning Josh
t: Adams Matt Coleman Jared Johns, McKinney Daniel Roling, Stephen
Leading the Critters
going 3-for-3 and KUey Alvarez. Cubbedge, and Nick Ames.
Ij I were Allsha Polk Harrison Pearson Leading the Rascals going 3-for-3 Leading the Zonkers going 3-for-3
The night games are played at Ed.ward' Andrew Polk, Christina Vickery, were Destiny Kelly, William were Eric Carter Jamie Patterson
Road. Matt Coleman, Jared Johns and Thomassen Josh Blackburn,Robert
Mon., July 30: 8 p.m. 3 4 place KUey Alvarez. Getting two hits were rehberg and Isiah Branton. Getting Crawford Christopher, Lisa Welch Detlefesen,Ashley Laura
teams. 7 p.m. 2' 1 place teams. Zachary Hull Justin Johns Jamie two hits were Alphonso Smith Jacob Reddish Dave Schlofman Lauren
Lynn Reddish and Travis Chandler. Hodges and Melanie Reed. Detlefsen
Andrew McRae and,
Peeps 28 Critters 25
Brett Reddish. Getting two hits
The Peeps outhit the Critters 30-29 Critters 21 Rascals 20 Peeps 37 Zonkers 35 were Drew Moore, Phillip Sellers
and won 20-29 Wednesday July 18. The Rascals and Critters tied their The Zonkers outhit the Peeps 39-35 and Randall Wheeler.

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held at Boardwalk and Baseball near Orlando in June.

Gordon, Brown Honored

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2 hole chipped up and sunk the putt him. Brian says his dad talks during
for a par. his backswlng and he prefers having -
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hit his driver a 2 wood, 127 yards when he turns 9, he will be required -
straight down the middle. His se- to carry his own clubs.
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possibly Into a golfing career since
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straight down the middle. However, Gene says, "As long as he
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t I OF 8.556.94 CS. OF -$143.88 : CS. 0F8 $17... C3.OF .$'01." 12$131.88 cu,6-$65.94 :, ., .. .T:\ were Rhoden LaToya Chris Olin Chandler, Ryan Marchese, Jeremy,

1t AASOLVT RELSKA.m Srogrnm's @nunSsngrnuis' .I: Jarett Dukes.
"i. Inl > BEER .;. Tigers 17 Reds 4

80 VODKA V o. 'ae j 7.Crown mitt, REGULAR,LIGHT,ALE The Tigers outhit the Reds 26-18
VODKA' 86 PROOF li and won 17-4 Tuesday, July 24.

,, : ;c ,.'" 49 t 99 99tt"if, 329120L were Leading Josh Touchton the Tigers,Timmothy going 3-for-4 Lee,
I" 1299 1079 1349 1r.'h.-... _.
and Brandon Smith. 3-for-3
; i::i %i11750 ML :;: LiP U:. 750 ML 1 Michael ,
were Blankenship
CS. OF -$15588 CS' OF 6 $64.50 __ CS. OF 12-$101.88" CS. ? 12 $159.95 CS. OF 6 $80.95 CS. OF 12.$11988 { L... ':' :[' Austin Jonathan Elder, and Justin Magic
: .
-j. Hall. Getting two hits was Julie
: _ _ 1 iiui McMillan.
:, \ ,' __ _: I___ 1.I.'l. I I--'f.'iII N, _:_; [t"WIIf"II=- : ..,.'r11I.Jlm'11''ml;; : =4-'f.II: =III i{ Pj A\ Leading the Reds going 3-for-4 was

j |.V. "Chassy"Rullino Corr.NO/N A .. 7N ML 4.49 Gallo & Auw.:.. LT'R. 5.99Freixenel C. 'a":: :M 5.99 t Berl9ger.0:::':: :M rREGULAR rMALT \. 'were Phillip Adam Sellers.Wainwright Getting,Don two Thorn-hits

?:I Orvieto M 6.49 Carlo Rossl.5t::.: L\N. 3.29 : Gold Seal ':::"::: U.k.:: '::':: :' 4.99 Kendall.":: .._ :M } ,99 ton, Christy Reed, Mark Odom, and

I! I Duboeuf "ASSf? r f 6.99 \ ABC .:?o.a;= L a. 4.99 Taylor .......*.... :M 4.99 *freemark Abbey iwMrO.oN" :M 6.9911 1 6-PKJmL Cory Suns Chappell.12 Gators 11

III Maitre d'Eslour T:',? :K 5.99r_r Gallo _::lawrr_ L\R. 3.99 '. Moel A Chandon :: :M 18.99 Suffer Home IJIO.='s :. .Irr. .E The Suns outhit the Gators 23-19

*Cardo =M: :M 8.49 Taylor .OMO fA, :wRia Mr' L.99 Oudlnot HUT :. 17.99 Monday! ::::.:::. :. MAGNUM and Leading won 12-11 the Tuesday Suns going, July 24.3-for-3

4 Male us Rose' :M 3.49 :::..... :: Ballatore SpumanleMumm's :M 4.49 Choi. SI. MIchele ::z: :M MAlI LKLuol\ fi" .were LaToya Chandler and Jeremy
I : LTR. 8.99 ,,;. Rhoden. Getting two hits were Chris
Mondavi' z .
; 1. oz. CAN
,, RufflnoChlanliClassIcoDuboeul ( ML 5.99 ; .".. :. 18.99 *Simi _. T ML 13.99 Olin, Jamaal Chandler, Kenny Han.

_,. M 5.99 Cella Lambrusco L\. &. 6.49 Korbel iARY."ZION :M 9.99 Sebastian! ww::.L :L 4.29 269.loz. :f ?;:';1 1M nah Ryan, James Marchese Ross, and.Dane Steven Stephens Brown-,

t RlunJle """fl "'F L5.79: : Cook's t. 4.49 MM0' 1ng.
Black Tower *=.. 3.99 Mondavi NoW t. 10.99 : Leading the Gators going 3-for-3
Aaron Woodfin,Adam Hudson,
*Graham ..ST.'jalioulelrefclient : M 38.99 Sebastiani Gallo D.U M 5.49 Ilr MCIULAR tti.; and were Zak Francis. Getting two hits

{ ...!r3.. .N ML 16.99 ; TAYLOR G 'EL Salntsbury .......... 'ML 10.49 iMiWukee: UGHt !); were Ron Whitehead John Ryan
N.q "' D.upd CALIFORNIA 1 TUlman, and Keith Warren.
| *:sr 7N ML 5.99 ,3 wuNn 0-.=MwaAw' WHITE CHARDONNAY Beringer aANRNrrAUranoN.. 7w ML 10.99 I naz B4 S.79 SALEi.sor <
U SS :M 4.49 r'I 'N Sebastian! ......, :M &.49 sur.CAM ..-...:..- :... t.'
Iitho" MMNL. 7N I b49 -.0 4 1.5LTR.r,4 79 r .... CASE 7.29 :: .
8.49 LTR. 750 ML Chal, sa.l Mlcbell :M 5.99 i... Dixie Minor

Tlmbcrlay AND :M 4.99 """ C.OFI.I3... cs. OF 6.m.14 CS. OF" 12-$52.90 Gallo _R.Ne :M 2.99' ..1iiI"iJ

,. ,.,.........,., ? HEDGES & All-Stars 1-3
::( j''f It =-- -"iJ ::( =-.1 .

E& | /HANDY :M 7.49 Stock Vermouth=, LTH. 4.29 B ill: I'' I I : BUTLER In TourneyThe

Kahlua Ate'. LnL 16.49 Rothschild VSOP_ '? 7.49 849
Dixie Minor All-Star Baseball
.. Glenflddlch .DOTDN : 19.99 Kamora SSSS> R 7.99. I 1 .. : 0750 ML team won one out of three games
I I I played this In the All-Star tour-
Marlel VS DOUC :M 18.99 Remy Martin! VSCP : 29.99 o.t r ':rF ; nament.
... .. ': The All-Star team won 10-8 June
Ii. below art limit 2iptr J6WHJfl _r.jfWl_ aoHpca on date Indic .. """ -- \1 the Lake
'" 27 against City American
=" -
; = --- -=- .
if 'IIIIIISII&f.IUlI II iT"IATUllllAI.IUlI M ,i 1 MOIIIIAI.IUlI II ? : All-Star team. Will Hartley, pit-
: I I CANADIAN ': U. I CLAN I I RON II CO' '.:,''r;\; :lrnIl13.D" t ching all six Innings, was the winn-
j I MIST I I I MACGREGOR I :: RUM f .h'" ,r, best ing pitcher.hitter in Michael all three Sutton games.was the
,! "I 1 12A91.71'I_ 1 _I II 13 991.711 I 1 I 491.71 4. ":.,,_{. ,i / _.....0. 1", The Lake City National team beat
I I I I I I. ,1'1" ,. 1/ ='!'
"; 14-4 June
All-Stan 26 and the
; ...-.- I t Ra-.,- ; f Pa,aErws./ewP.I, ''.MrIO.E50AraRt .,''..:-t ,.. 1I 1-t Columbia County All-Stars beat the
II"" fIIII&f.IUlI ZI r flanPIN71 : ? All-Stars 10-2( June 26.
l ..:{. I GALLO z7o:m I Itt E I GALLO .'' Coach Mike Hartley was very
CHABLI69Siii. ; pleased with the cooperation of the
-...... VERMOUTH 1 kids and parents. He said, 'I thoughtthe
"'fI.'''' uu tc.m 751 .
I I 1M I 3. 79 I 3 kids did real well. I wish
1M 1 99 JIl we
Z,79 JIl I I III. ,; ,I .._,.n...._, _, I ..S DAn.S.,_ could have gotten a few more runs.

1'5" ,.. ... .. .. .' .". ,......, ... ._.<.._' ... ; .... ".".....f.ru....-.. .-.". -. .. _,_,-_ .'._ wu,."' '' ''''...... ..". ..:'10.::{,'......>a 1\1">"1''>'. .,.,;;:Ia.rn :;;. Overall Mr. Hartley, the team appreciated did a good all job.the"

I. -" WE' BEAT: : AIL LIQUOR I help Department from the, especially Starke Recreation that of
-' 0 Starke Recreation Director Cheryl
m / r1 & : -ffiJ ) Godwin. He would also like to thank
: LOCAl I ADVERTISED' &: WINE : Wayne Blakenship and Dean Brown,
j assistant coaches for their help and
hard work.P.ge :.


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THURSDAY.July 28, 1990

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, I Woodson-Howard Fights uphill Battle to' Governor's Chairby I

Marcia Coodg money nor the desire to conduct a anyone's game, she said. "They
aCT StoH Writer poll of her own, when talking to pea didn't know what to do with me at
Marlene Woodson-Howard of ple about Martinez, two issues first," said the senator, "They
Bradenton is not the type of person always seem to crop up. "There are couldn't control me and soon learned
willing to take the long way home two things that people don't like that I weighed. things on their own
simply because it's an easier road-If about Martinez, his position on abor- merits..
the road leads to the place she wantsto tion and the service tax," she said. A career teacher and math pro
be she is quite willing to take theuphill The senator had the opportunity to fessor for more than 20 years.
path. vote against both the service tax and
She took the uphill path four years the budget Martinez proposed. -. .
ago when she ran as a virtual
unknown against a well-entrenched it When asked if she might con-
incumbent in the state senate seat ; ceivably support a state personal In- '
for District 24, and came out well r \ w come tax,Woodson-Howard said she 1/ ''
ahead of the competition.Now,with feels there is a lot of dead wood in
four years in Tallahassee under her the budget that should be cut out
belt, she's ready to do the same before seeking to balance the budgetby
thing again as she attempts to wrest finding new sources of revenue.
the Republican nomination from the "To give the legislature a brand new
hands of Governor Bob Martinez. source of revenue without doing
1'v something about the waste and
Actually, this campaign should be abuse of revenue that already exists
easier in a way, she said. As a b/ would be disasterous," she said,
senator, she has a support base of "We need to clean up the process
five countiesManatee, Hardee and cut costs before producing new
DeSoto, and parts of Charlotte andLee. revenue."
Four years ago she was ':.. .',J
ting from scratch. : One area which needs immediate
A tight schedule on the long action is cutting out no-bid contractsfor
paign road included a the Department of Health and
breakfast stopover for the Rehabilitative Services (HRS) and
Starke July 13 as she pounded the Department of TransportationDOT
pavement all over North ( ). Although she acknowledges! -
something she says she will that there are rules against issuinglarge Senator Marlene
bably do many times before contracts without a bid, she WoodsonHowardWoodsonHoward
day. ii a ...- maintains that there are officials
who are finding ways around those voices many con-
"We've been on the road for rules. "There are people doing 'bud- cerns over education in Florida. She
ths, this is not our first time In trail, opposing Gov Bob Martinez on the dy deals', and that should not be. If proposes using lottery funds to
Florida," and will by no Is traveling around the state In a Ford you assume only a 10 percent sav- enhance education, not to fund the
the last, said Senator funds should not be a problem because her ings, that's a lot when you're talking general education budget. Other
Howard. have(7), was accomplished on limited funds. about a $105 million total,"she said. education issues she is concerned
One visit which is definitely One thing she would be willing to about include: 1)) vocational and
agenda in the future will be a against the millions her campaign.The do as governor would be to relin- technical programs to match
Florida State Prison, she she maintains that lack of a huge campaign quish some of her power over DOT market needs, 2) back-to-basics cur
supporter of the death penalty win a political race. budget does not seem to bother her and create a cabinet-level commis- riculum, 3) elimination of Illiteracy.
said, "I don't think any polit! going to make people too much; as she said, she's been sioner of transportation which wouldbe 4)) constitutional amendment to
can support the death there before. Her main concern now elected every four years. "Give mandate a separate budget for
without touring death row and to anyone,"said is "getting the word out" and she them four years to shape up or the education with the provision that it
ing these people in the eyes. someone contributes acknowledges that although she has people can ship them out," she said. be the first budget voted on by the
they (death penalty ) it's because they received a lot of press exposure, it "I don't play the 'good ole boy' legislature.Her .
walk out of there and can still them with good has not reached the proportions of game," she said; noting that when
they support the death penalty, ) She said she has con- that which Martinez has received. she was first elected senator she was concerns on law enforcementare
you know where they truly it clear to con- "But there's a thin line between assigned offices near some other basically four-fold; 1)) eliminate
No stranger to a they can't expect famous and infamous," she said. veterans so they could "teach her revolving door for hardenedsee
behind race,Woodson-Howard or considerations on Woodson-Howard said that the game."They soon found out that
first to admit that she doesn't contributed to although she has had neither the she wasn't in Tallahassee to play Republican p.2B

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, Police Beat

., Traffic released after a $215.25 surety bond released after a $215.25 surety bond contest criminal mischief under$200 Pedro Garcia pled no contest driving
M by Carolyn Earn Samuel Shawn Clark, 23, was arrested was posted. was posted. and was fined $172.75, ordered to under the Influence was fined
BCT Staff Writer July 23 for driving while make restitution under 90 days court $437.50, license suspended six mon
license suspended (DWLS), according Alvin Jerome Fayson, 35, walt arrested Stotts was again arrested July 24 supervision. ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours
Couple ChargedIn to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He July 23 for wilful-wanton charged with agravated assault and A charge of criminal solicitationwas community work,Tri County supervision
was released after a $215.25 surety reckless driving, alternating to battery after he allegedly struck dismissed. one year,pay fine within nine
Fight At MotelA bond was posted. elude police officer, according to Katie Lawrence with his hand and William Fred Holland pled no contest months.
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. He then threw a chair at her against Garcia for
Lake Wales couple were arrested ,according criminal mischief under $200 Charges open
July 21 after they had a fight Johanna C. Woods, 24, was arrested was released after a $525 surety to Patrolman Wilkinson. Bond was and was fined$199, ordered to make container driver and fail to obey
in the motel where they were stay. under Influence July 24 for DWLS, driving bond was posted. set at 2500. H of restitution,Trl County supervision traffic control device were dismiss
DUD) and
90 days. ed.
ing.Evelynn according to SPeedingf Ted B. Curtis, Jr., was arrested Four PleaIn
Bourguin, 36 Arthur
Belcher. Bond was set at $750, she July 19 for violation of probation
Gordon Byrd, 35, were charged with County Court
was released on her own DWLS, according to Chief John
disorderly intoxication, battery and SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
recognizance. Hodges.Joe .
criminal mischief, according to Jury trials scheduled for the weekof
Patrolman W. S. AI July 23 were cancelled after the
The couple were en.charged at the Edward Allen Groves, 22, was ar- Ceffeor Stotts, 33, was arrested defendants pled to charges. PowerGate SystemsyilllUrffllllllllUiJ(904) I
rested July 22 for DWLS according July 21 for DWLS, according
fighting.Underwood Bond Motel was where set at$1,000 they,were they fo Trooper William Ahr:nns He wns to Deputy Danny Thrift. He was James Wilson Marchant pled no ] ( ) 462-5495 3 Year Limited WarranryJfyirVryjTfrWjr

were released on their own r
recognizance. -

Hampton Man Faces Winn-Dixie; DISCOUNT COUPONS

Sexual ChargesA *3 OFF ADULT $1 OFF CHILDREN

33-year-old Hampton man was 'OR NEW, FOR
charged July 22 with walking TM
cJ V
through Wal-Mart's with his zipper >,,1r{ uy'4 j 1990 I
down and touching females on the ,
Ronnie Thomas Studstill was arrested ,.,--
for lewd and lascivious inde-
cent assault child and lewd and
lascivious behavior on a according to ....--,-.....---.--- : :--, r A MILLION GALLONS OF 3 .
Patrolman W. S. Allen. SPLASHING, CRASHING '. "
Three teenage girls said Studstill STARKE WATER FUNI
grabbed them and touched fondl- '
or 470 WEST MADISON' STREET South Rlvcrvlew Drive
ed them in the store. i i w v y a 7 a s nt Jekylll..nd' Georgia 31520 p p
Bond was set at $10,000 cash or I r Off Exit 6,105WinnDixie's

Recent Arrests n!'"1": !'f'l!

In Bradford CountyThe : GREAT FOOD
following arrests were made y 4
by local authorities in Bradford ,.. a iG ,
I a

County.Michael Clifford Wilkerson, 28, Y EVE RYDAY LOW PRICES
was arrested July 21 for failure to .ir'
appear for possession of marijuana,
according to Deputy Kinard Perry. '

bond He was was released paid. after a $50 cash L 4! Recipe For Value

June Doe or June Dell, 26, was ar- _
rested July 21 for disorderly intoxication ri, ,_
three counts battery of a law As a food expert, I know everyday low prices, and

enforcement officer, according to when I service from folks
Patrolman Robert Lyons. Bond was a good recipe see friendly

set at $1,250, she was released to a a Is a : J"1 j one. And WINN-DIXIE has who know the grocery
treatment center to be returned to
the county jail. all the necessary business. So come on In

King David Lloyd 47, of Duval Ingredients to bring you the and take a look. You'll see

was arr led on a warrant for lawenactment best value. That means the difference when you
officer owning an
al 101! ;i u\eragi 'ict. ise, accordingto quality products at shop WINN-DIXIE.
Depi "I"1 'arts. He was
releases .. ,.,uoO sui y bond

was Sims posted.Hugh Banks Jr., 46, was ar- : ; : t. ) Jt tjQ.cik. t a'a: b.e'Q le"" ]lleli: ::11 k :B:om I1.xnil J!' ra .O 'S'"

rested 20 an Alachua _
July County '. '" ... u. _
charge of sale of cannabis, according
to Agent Kenny Williams,
Florida Department of Law Enforcement -. '


Dennis Cohens, 18, was arrested C1Wk LOAF OF FRENCH or ITALIAN BREAD 'S
July 22 for failure to appear for ag- RIB DINNER jjj 99
gravated battery, according to 7Nt6N CHOICE OF 2 OF YOUR FAVORITES: ,
Deputy Gordon Smith. Bond was set O D LB. OF POTATO SALAD ONE SLAB OF RIBS
at$2,000, he was released on his own Wwd 1 LB. OF SLAW PORK DINNER

Raymond Louis Wilkinson, 25, of Tauten & 9uiey ] LB. OF GREEN BEANS SERVES A
Lawtey was arrested July 22 for Fier a -l 1 LB. OF TURNIP GREENS CHICKEN DINNERLEMON FAMILY OF

burglary, battery, according to -. LB. OF FIELD PEAS 4 OR MOREl
Patrolman Snuford Wilkinsonis
Ray flaw*. EL
charged with entering a residence
without permission and striking the
occupant. Bond was set at $2,500. If
released he was ordered to stay '

away from the victim. D F EVERYDAY -7. EVERYDAY _
Randall Green Pass, 34, was arrested PRICE LOW PRICE TASTEEOSbxasssstxsrG) PRICE
July 17 on a capias for conspiracy doLOW ) lAW
to deliver cocaine within t
1,000 feet of a school, according to I
Deputy Paris. Bond was set at ?
$1,000. Ill.

Michael Jerome Clark,25, was arrested
July 21 for aggravated bat COCONUT or
tery, according to Patrolman Jerry CHOCOLATE I S A I 1 i
Feltner. Bond was set at $2,000, he
was released on his own recogniz-
nace, ordered not to touch wife. NDr REODUR,
( (
Johnny James McCutchen,44,was DETERGENT I
arrested July 24 for burglary, petit SAUCE .
theft, according to Deputy Jason 10-ez $399 C J
Bennett. McCutchen was observed 9-IN.PIE sox ml" 69LA colt $14a
hiding behind the juke box in Papa _
Sam's Bar after closing. The owner
said there was beer missing from -
the bar. ,

'$ ...
Republican ALL VARIETIES 60'.
Opposes .SAKIO SCANS go

Martinezfrom r.S u.._ DINNER| g"o ___ gg$189


criminals, 2) adequate page 1 salaries and COFFEE: CAKES
support enforcement officers 6 ALL VARIETIES 400 OPPROYAL
3) stiffw penalties for drug $ CHEK OAKCHARCOAL HUNT'S
dealers of the and death traffickers penalty., 4) preservation 199 BEVERAGES . fU..TL .. IUs"$299 CATSUP . . ':if 99c

She said the recent incident wherean WHEN YOU VANILLA.CHOCOLATE ROYAL
inmate, serving a mandatory EA. DIET PEPSI MT. DEW HAVE MORE ON YOUR :FRENCH RRY or
work release and killed CUBAN HOAQIES or _$5
a woman 14-
should not have happened. "If an inmate DELI FRESHSANDWICHES $199 PEPSI WHILE SUPPLIES LASTI! ALL FAST. .Es,5.
is a model prisoner, he can
work himself up (to minimum EA J. COLA MAXIMUM STRENG'Jl1$387
security or early release), but there HERRLICH wt LAWN DEXATRIIN
are people out there (in prison) who VIRGINIAHAar$2 39 = SPRAY ANT1-PERSPIRANT
should not be allowed to work BAKED HAM. Nfl 12.PK.$309 CHAIRS f ULTRA DRY Or REGULAR
themselves up, and this man was PEPPERONI. SAUSAGE or HAMBURGER 12-oz. BRUT 33DEODORANT $497
one of them," she said.WoodsonHoward MAOC WITH 100% REAL CANS
maintained that . IS
changes in the ways prisoners are CHEESE"BREAD $700 ONUS IO1
still be made, the $199 NABISCO RITZ 99 (
classified must PIZZA WIPES $ 8
U. EA.
Is flawed and this incident is
system . . 1rJ. 46
a very unfortunate result of those
flaws, she said.Environmental.

marine Everglades.Woodson-Howard water: 1)resources.research 3 preservation> long-range is issues a 3)and proponent promotion of planningfor habitat of which(the Include of- I Clean Stores and Quick Checkout !


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I 3 Injured after Shooting: Soree in Pleasant Grove ''I

.. "- ...
An 18-year-old\ was taken by 1:30: a.m. At the VoTech he said a Jones were taken into custody for The main incident occurred when Deputy Holland said his investigation While trying to straighten out the In-
Rescue to Bradford Hospital after blue car with a white top was questioning but were later released Dinkins was beat up at THE Apts.on is far from being over and he cident everyone became very loud
being shot In the back of the head waiting for him.Occupants in the due to lack of evidence. A female Brownlee side for which arrests hopes to prevent further incidents. and abusive and it was no longer
with bird shot July 14. Two girls In blue car starting shooting at juvenile was charged with obstruc- were later made,according to MajorW. Occupants of 1118 Lamar St. submitted possible to reason with anyone so
the same car received minor In- Dinkins' car knocking out the rear tion of justice (disorderly conduct) C. Reno. He suffered a broken a sworn statement to the they were taken into custody, said
juries from broken glass after the window. Dinkins said he fleed from for Interferring with the investiation jaw at that time. In retaliation,Eric Telegraph stating they were Henry.When Deputy Holland finish-
rear window was shot out. the car but when he and his on Lamar St.Authorities. Johnson was shot In the foot on the mistreated and harrassed by ed interviewing the suspects they
Chris Dinkins was In extremely passengers reached Pleasant Grove say this in an ongoing Thomas St.side of THE Apts.No arrests deputies in the early morning hoursof were released since they had
good condition considering his injury and got out of their car and ran to the confrontation between two groups of were made since there Is no the latest incident. Chief DeputyPat witnesses saying they were not at
according to Paramedics house, the occupants in the blue car young people, no doubt drug related. positive evidence to determine pro- Henry replied they were just doing the scene of the shooting.
Nelson Green and Dan Cuddington. continued firing,according to Deputy During the past eight weeks least secution, said Reno. Authorities are their job, they had witness
He was treated and released from Andy Holland.A descrlpton of the police have been called to at very concerned over the ongoing statements and Identification of the
the hospital. The girls were not car and occupants by witnesses led two fights In the Reno area and have feud which they suspect will led to car and occupants who were LWCI Inmates
taken to the hospital. deputies to a home on Lamar Street received numerous calls of disorderly innocent persons)being hurt or kill reportedly heavily armed. A car
Dinkins, driving a rental car was where a confrontation developed. conduct and distrubing the peace ed since a large supply of weaponsare matching the description was at the
returning from Jacksonville about Darien and David Peques and Eric involving the two groups. reported available to the groups. home on Lamar St., said Henry. File Suit OverClassification


Fifty-one inmates of Lawtey Cor-
rectional Institution (LWCI) have
filed suits in Federal court against
j9Yj j Gov. Bob Martinez and two Depart-
ment of Corrections (DOC) ad-
t ministrators claiming that
I'- Florida's new inmate classification
...IINED' Ts '- policy, switching minimum and
r J r t 1 wwa.-w .,ay medium security prisoners to" high
/ ) GOODTHURS.WED. security prisons, was made in a
I clandestine and underhanded man-
ner, violating inmate rights.
JULY 29-AUQ. 1, 1990 The plaintiffs seek nearly $19
million In compensatory and
punitive damages as a result of the
Martinez crackdown on inmate
W-D U.S. CHOICE BEEF custody after a convicted murderer
escaped from a work release pro-
PREMIUM GRADE BONELESS TRIMMED gram and allegedly stabbed a
woman to death in a'' Tallahasseemall.

FRYER BOTTOM ROUND HICKORY SWEET The. Lawtey inmates allege that
the new policy was made without
I regard to the State's administrativecode
and that it violates both the
LEIQUARIE ROAST BONELESS HAMS 14th and Amendment equal protection right to under due process the

law,and the 8th Amendment right to
protection from cruel and unusual
8-12 LB. punishment.The .
suits claim that Martinez,
9-11 LB. AVG.PKG. DOC's Secretary Richard Dugger,
STORE and DOC classification administrator
9 Phillip Welsh changed
HOURS I classification policies across the
8 A.M. board without considering individual
rights or affected inmates,
TIL without the knowledge of inmates or
F 11 P.M. the State of Florida.
The plaintiffs contend that their
By. SLICED orGROUND rights to due process should have
been heard before reclassificationswere
LB. LB. LB, made, and that the policy
change also violated the state's ad-
ministrative code in it was done

THIGHS or WINGS .... Ssc GROUND CHUCK LB. $198 PICNICS L. $))17 vote ot the people. '
Until the governor s action, LWCI
.. was a minimum security facility.
The new policy has resulted in increased
at the institutionand
-1 TWELVE 4-N. PATTIES security
the shift of many minimum and
Community medium custody inmates to close
SPARER1BS PATTIES mm State and medium security.
oM '
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f '! .7Ji Vr'J I .co of Bank Starke Taxes Fire. Police, Officials, EMT,

s.. a4$ ". ./ ,.. n. Checking TtaV+l4r'a Checks. On Agenda July 31
i W .q. AI U \( ..: r '90K'.-a _. a'.. .LB.I Savings Account Credit Card Applications Taxpayers of eastern Bradford
Loan Applications Money Orders County are urged to attend a
OLE CARCH.INC or INDIVIDUALLY 'ROZEN Certificate ol/Deposit Night Depository meeting set Tuesday,July 31,at 7:30
HOT MILO OAK CREEK GROUPER Money Market Accounts Notary Public p.m. at the Faith PresbyterianChurch
PINKY PIG $458 9ge $999 in Keystone Heights on the
SAUSAGE I SLICED BACON. V2: FILLETS. . . sl fQa HOURS: corner of SR-21 south and 21B east.
FARMERS CHOICE .f.EfjRI. 9am4pm9am6pm sD' The purpose of this meeting is to
COOKED GROUNDTURKEY $59 discuss current taxes, garbage and
BRATWURST $399 2 HI. SATURDAY Bam2pmIVIMVDAV Bank\sr-: current
$308 proposed EMT assessments,
SAUSAGE . u > & elected officials, candidates seeking
JOHNSONVILLE W-D REGULAR these offices, fire and police protec-
NOW THAT'S ITALIAN SNOW CRABCLUSTERS FRANKS orBOLOGNA tion availability and the use of 911.

SAUSAGE . u $328 . ri .. $1899 . 'tnic 9ge ed For prior any further to and information concerning need-the

meeting,please call Lawrence Piperat
HARVESTFRESH 475-2134 or Jack and Lou Miller at

i- EVERYDAY 475-2518.Please plan to attend and bring all
; WW ppICE PRICE sw__ __ LOW PRICE your fight interested backlToothbrush I neighbors. We needto

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_ Harrison Receives Top Honors at Fla. Forestry Camp I Iby

Marcia sion of Forestry, Florida Forest Industries Camp, Harrison received a cornand width of trees. Once these
aCT Sloll Goodge arid Florida Agriculture 1; pass, certificate, FFA cap, FFA measurements are known, a timber
A Wrlt.r Teachers at Camp Olena State Park, T-shirt and a Biltmore stick. owner can figure out how muchA
local FKA'er represented Bradford the longest running camp in Florida, Biltmore stick is used in cruising money a certain stand of timber will
this County at state Forestry Camp being in use for the past 56 years. timber to measure the height bring.AtCHUAFORD.
month and earned recognition Students benefit from the camp by
for herself and her county with a
learning professional forestry drh
prestigious award. Forest industries benefit (
by interest in forestry 4 4't' 1 .' -
Krisly Harrison, of Mr. promoting r
and Mrs. Charles daughter McKinney of careers and they provide the funds HEW HOLLAND INC. ,
which make the camp very affor- ,
Starke, earned the designation of
dable to students.
Outstanding Honor Camper during Alachua.
the session held recently at Camp Harrison Is district FFA 1 N t 1-800-533-4737
president t613'
Olena. Harrison is the first Bradford 462-5414
County student to earn this honor in presiding over 21 FFA SALES
Chapters in north Florida. She will
the past 19 She was chosen
years. '
be for state in I
running president Fk
from 100 by havingone
among campers June at the end of the next school SERVICE
of the top 10 scores on a
100-question test covering forestry year.
Harrison's award
topics. forestry came RENTAL
right on the heels of national honors
The top 10 scorers were then votedon she won as a part of,a team which
by their fellow campers and made it to the final round in National
after making it into the top three Quiz Bowl during the National Jr.
|\i during an elimination round, she Limousin Show in Lincoln, TOWN & COUNTRY
earned the most votes in the final Nebraska. Other members of the
election. team were two Union County
"This insures that the person FFA'ers Jason Davidson and Josh
chosen is a well-rounded individual, Suggs. VETERINARY CLINICHwy.
both knowledgable and well-liked," Harrison was also elected as
said Bradford FFA Advisor Greg Florida Junior Limousin Presidentin i
Alvarez. April.As East Starke 964-6411
Harrison attended the camp whichis an award for being the Outstan- FFA Sponsor Greg Alvarez and Krlsty Harrison
co-sponsored by the Florida Divi- ding Honor Camper at Forestry


a Hale Seeks Dist. 4 BC Seating Mike Welcomes RiCer, DVM

D. M. (Donald Mallette) Hale, 57, from service in 1955, at which Heights, Lyndel M. Hale and Shaun &
has qualified to run for the District 4 time he purchased a truck stop on R. Hale of Silver Lake.
Bradford County Commission seat 301 south of Starke. Hale later 4 Risa Moore DVMYou
entered the insurance business
now held by Commissioner Joe Rid- and "I feel my past business ex- ,
was agency manager for the Farm
perience enables me to better
dick.Hale Bureau Insurance Company for 26Mi
resides on Silver Lake near understand the changing demands
years,serving Bradford,Baker,and
that are being placed on our county
Keystone Heights in the Union Counties until 19R4. At that Are Cordially Invitedto
government, Hale "Your
southeastern edge of Bradford County time Hale formed his says.
i He is a descendant of one of the and has been in the development agency of vote and support. would be greatly Stop By The Clinic
pioneer families to this area. His real estate, appreciated.Hale
acreage. has named Helen A. Herseyas and Become AcquaintedWith
great grandfather settled on New Hale is a 1951 of Union
River in 1848.His grandfather,Miles High School and attended Orlando campaign treasurer.and the First Our New AssociatesU.S.
National Bank
of Bradford
Mallette Hale, served as tax collec- Junior College. Countyas
tor in Bradford County in the late His wife is the former Carolyn campaign depository.
-' Hale has been a continuous schools. The couple has three
I Mallette Hal. businessman in Bradford County children: Don Lee of Ocala, Melanie
DII'." BC Commlnlon Con dido'* and surrounding area since return- (Mrs. Richard) Roberts of Keystone 1

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I Bradford County eI Traffic Court Finals for July., \ 7 I

by Carolyn Eavt Linda S. Luko charged withNVDL Lester Jones pled no contest hours community work, violate no J. T. Hamilton charged with issu- disorderly conduct; case closed, has
laws. ing worthless check presented pro- paid Tri comity.Dewayne .
; presented valid license, NVDL; show proof of valid license
ICT Staff Writ., dismissed. and dismiss. charged with Is- of of restitution,paid$50 administration McBride pled no contest
The following defendants ap- Larry H. Lyall charged with Jones pled no contest unauthorized suing worthless check; show proof of roars.Change. trespass after warning; fined
peared before Judge George H. ; resented valid license, use of driver license; dismissed. restitution and pay $50. $120.25, Tri County supervision 60
Pierce In Bradford Traffic dismiss Kirk Travis Kelly pled no contest Rolland Lynwood Shafer pled no of Plea days.
Criminal Court, their cases received flue or cluilo police officer; 28 dUY8'ltnatl contest alcohol beverage illegal Tony Albritton pled no contest McBride pled no contest criminal
final disposition.Earl Larry Esley Mosley pled guilty cl'fectllfui' tl' .. .s !y possession; six months Tri County trespass after warning; fined mischief; $52 court costs, proof of
leaving scene of accident; dismissed. Kelly pled no contest wilful- supervision, 50 hours communitywork $146.50, Trl County supervision 30 restitution, Trl County supervision
Barber charged with driving wanton reckless driving; 28 days in violate no laws. days. Trespass in occupied struc- 60 days.
while license suspended (DWLS); Mazia Lawrence Moore chargedwith Jail, credit for time served. Sheila Lynn Shannon pled no con- ture, dismissed. McBride charged with disorderly
presented valid license, case violation of driver license Kelly charged with DWLS; test illegal possession alcohol John Gordon Gavagan pled no con- conduct; dismissed.
dismissed. restrictions; presented valid dismissed. beverage; 60 days probation, court test harassing telephone calls; pay McBride pled no contest resisting
Barber charged with Improper license,dismissed. Francis Lee Oglesby charged with costs waived. $120.25. arrest without violence; costs waiv-
display of tag; paid fine. Larry Ensley Mosley pled guilty DUI, pled guilty to lesser charge of Katherine F. Wets charged with Is- Lester Jones charged with ed.Coy
Richard W. Braswell charged with fail to Immediately report accident; wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- suing worthless checks (six counts); trespass after warning; dismissed. Thomas Powell charged with
expired tag on mobile home; dismissed. ed $700, attend DUI school, 50 hours restitution made, pay $52. Kirk Travis Kelly charged with possession marijuana; dismissed.
presented valid tag, dismissed. Jeffrey Norman charged with ex- community work, Tri County super-.
Howard Edward Cercy charged pired tag on mobile home; dismiss vision six months.
with DWLS;produced valid license, ed. Oglesby found guilty exceeding
ordered to $52 court Ellis Little Rehberg pled guilty speed street
pay costs. posted on municipal ;
James Herbett with DWLS; present valid license and fined Tri
Clark charged $218, County supervisionsix
'. :improper: tag; pled guilty, dismiss- pay $52 Tri within five weeks or pay months. Meet Bill Nelson
GuKathl $120.25, County guilty supervision.unlawful Coy Thomas Powell pled guilty
Rehbert pled
Anne Crum pled guilty wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin-
violation of driver license restrictions speed (90mph in a 55mph zone); Tri ed $700, attend DUI school, 75 hours

Eddie; dismissed.Dean Foley pled guilty no County DWLS Trof:.Lynn supervision dismissed.Saucer three pled months.no contest tion community six months work,, Tri license County restrictedfor Proba- A leader for the '90sCongressman

valid driver license (NVDL); pre- Keith C. Roberts pled guilty work only. .
sent valid license and pay $52. DWLS fined $120.25.Scott Powell charged with DUI, open
Loretta Dawn Fowler ; container dismissed.
pled no con- with ;
test driving under the Influence Mason Spahr charged Gregory Joseph Sheley pled no
dismissed Iii had valid license.
(DUI : fined $437.50, license DWLS; contest DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri
suspended six months, attend DUI Roy Paul Sla man pled guilty County supervisor 60 days.
valid license and
school, 50 hours community work, will NVDL; present Sheley pled no contest expired
Tri County supervision one year. dismiss or pay$120.25. with tag; fined$120.25.
Joe Stroman charged
NVDL.Jerimy Pate Gassett pled guilty NVDL Bobby; presented valid license (was tag Sheley; dismissed.charged with improper

valid at time), fined $5.
Earl Wade Godwin pled guilt: A'
Carlos Trent pled guilty
NVDL; fined $120.25, ten days in jail flee elude Eugene officer Tri Coun-
or police ;
suspended if produces valid licensein Arraignments
hold license
ty supervision 60 days,
three weeks, Tri County supervi-
should Misdemeanor
60 days, 500 word essay why
sion 60 days. not violate traffic laws of Florida, 50 Christopher D. Bennett pled no rya Yt
James Allen Griffis
pled guilty hours community work. contest alcoholic beverage illegal
DWLS fined .
; $120.25. Trent pled guilty wilful-wanton possession; $52 court costs.
Jeanette Harris charged with ex- reckless driving (two counts), viola- Penny Jo Hannah charged with is- y,r
pired tag on mobile home; present tion of drivers license restrictions, suing worthless check; restitution t, 1
valid and will dismiss.
tag improper tag; 60 days concurrent made, dismissed.
Maria Media found
Harvey guilty with above. Cheryl Heine charged with issuing
DUI; fined $700, license suspendedsix David Alan Williams pled no con- worthless check; restitution made,
months attend school.
test DWLS; presented valid license, paid $50 court costs.
Phillip Hinson pled guilty DWLS; dismissed. Judith Marie Koski pled no contest
ten days in jail or may serve on Donald L. Woods pled guilty resisting arrest without violence;
house arrest fine Trl
$199 County
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County dismissed.
six months.
supervision supervision 60 days. Brian Keith Linzy pled no contest
Robert Lee Koser pled guilty ex- '
Woods pled guilty improper tag; illegal possession alcohol beverage;
pired tag; fined $52 County
$52 court costs. six months probation Tri County, 50


I ObituariesAlbert -

Ray GriffisMr. by Butler.Archer Funeral Home of Lake Kenneth II. Gatlin

Albert Ray Griffis,57of Mrs. Kenneth H. Gatlin, 92, died at
Martha Ann GuthrieMrs. Bill Nelson
Jacksonvllle.FL died Wednesday her residence, Monday, July 23,
July 18, in University MedicalCenter Martha Ann Guthrie, 39, of after an extended illness. She was
Jacksonville, following a Starke, FL died Saturday, July 21 in born in Pamlico County, North Democratic Candidate for Governorwill
short illness. Born in Bradford Coun- Jacksonville following a sudden il Carolina moving to Jacksonville 12
ty, he moved to Jacksonvllle.FL 20 lness. Born in Spartanburg, S. C.she housewife from Raiford. She was a
years ago from St. Augustine. He moved to Starke in 1968. She was a and a member of the be meeting with the
was a member of Baptist faith. member of Hope Baptist Church. South,Side Christian Church.
Mr. Griffis is survived by three She was a 'Star person" at Starke Kiwanis ClubWednesday
brothers Phillip & Harlis Griffis of McDonalds, worked at the StarkeTamesrmemtferiof Survivors include a son, William
"I, "' --Gatlit of Jacksonville; two sisters,
and RoDSrTlirTIflS"! Am-Vets'
Augustine, FL ;
..u of Hollister, FL; two''slste Heights and a veteran of i? Katherine Shelley and Lucie Fisher, :::4 -i, August lstI'I' ,1J i ....
;Q Jeanette Baker, St. Augustine, FL the US Army during the Vietnam both Jacksonville and"flvfe ; four grand : ;, / r ,
and Pearl Polk of Augustus, conflict. children great grand-
Georgia. ,She is survived by two sons,David children. from 12:00 noon 2:00 p.m.
Funeral services will be held
East Lake Ohio and
Funeral services for Mr. Griffis Lampman, ,
held graveside at Evergreen Robert' Lampman, Clarksville, Thursday, July 26, at 2:00pm: in the
were at the Western Steer in Starke
Funeral Home of
of Archer
Cemetery, Raiford, Saturday, July Tenn.; father, James C. Guthrie of chapel
with the Rev. Joe
Jacksonville Beach FL mother and Lake Butler
21 with Rev. J. J. Heizman of- ;
ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of step-father: Martha & Arthur Brockof Folmer officiating. Burial will This is to the
meeting public.
in Raiford
follow in Sapp Cemetery
Starke was in, charge of ar- Starke; two brothers, Roger open
with Archer Funeral Home in
Guthrie of Starke and Carlton
rangements. of arrangements. Pd. pol. adv. from campaign flind of Bill Nation,Dem.UI .
Crawford Guthrie of Jacksonville Beach ; one
Jewell SnyderMrs. granddaughter,Alexandria Lamp-
Jewell Crawford Snyder died man of East Lake, Ohio.
Thursday, July 19, at her daughters Funeral services for Mrs. Guthrie
residence near Green Cove Springs, were held at 2:00: pm, Hope Baptist
following an extended illness. She Church, Theressa Community,
was 78. Born In Union County she Starke, Wednesday, July 25, with cut wardrobe
moved to Green Cove Springs four Rev. Gary Heath and Rev. Ben my
years ago. She retired as a cottage Bryant officiating. Burial was held
parent from Sunland Training at Hope Cemetery under the direc-
Center in Gainesville. She was the tion of Jones Funeral Home of
widow of the late Percy Snyder and Starke, FL.Gustav .

a Freewill member Baptist of Church.the Blackwelder N. BehrensMr. in half! "

Survivors include three Gustav N. Behrens of
.:' daughters, Vast Ray of Myakka City Princeton Junction, New Jersey,
.. Ester Crampton of Green Cove died Thursday, July 12, In the
Springs and Glenda Willingham of Medical Center at Princeton,
.. Gainesville; two brothers, A. E. Princeton Borough. He was 99. He For the chronically obese person, gastric
Crawford and Kenneth Crawford of was born In Germany and was a
Lake Butler; two sisters Pearl resident of the Princeton area for bypass surgery may be the only answer to
Williams of Callahan and Loma nearly 55 years before moving to
hundreds of
Stephen of Lake Butler; eight grand- Princeton Junction in 1970. shedding excess pounds.If .
children and nine great grand- He is survived by his wife, E
Beatrice Brooks Behrens; daughter-
'- children.Funeral services were held Satur- in-law,Delores Brooks; three grand- you or 'a friend has had the surgery or just want to

,. day Blackwelder, July 21,Memorial 11:00: am Freewill in the children numerous, five great nieces grandchildrenand and nephewsin learn more about surgery for obesity, support and

Baptist Church in Worthington Spr- the Bradford County area. advice are available from the Southeastern Gastric
ings with the Rev. Barry Hedrick of- Funeral services were held Satur-
ficiating. Burial was in Ft. Call day, July 14, at the Kimble Funeral R Bypass Association.
Cemetery with arrangements made Home In Princeton.

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II Swimming Right Along. .

Congressional Candidate Demonstrates Concern for Environmentby


by Marcia Goodg* He continued to say that besides Peterson had refused to debate him.
swimming various bodies of water, although neither he
ICT Staff Writer Peterson
Most including the Suwannee River, he ,, 19r. nor has political record,
politicians stand behind a
has further demonstrated his com- S.kp he has worked in politics in
podium and tell voters what
they legislative Intern to
NorthFlorida's Washington as a
mittment to
believe In, but' U.S. Congressional Congressman Buddy Mackay.He .
water supply by helping
hopeful Bob Boyd (D-Tallahassee)
said that he offers the district"a
clean several fresh water sources
seems to prefer a more active typeof up
candidate with novel
like Glen Julia Springs In Gadsden younger
campaign statement. ideas" and that people who were
County which Is being used as a
The 28-year-old Tallahassee concerned with the that "the
campsite for the boy scouts, Lake ti'
lawyer took a trip across Crosby
Reagan and Bush administrationshave
and Blue
Mystic in Liberty County,
Lake In Starke Friday, July 20, to mortgaged our children'sfuture
In Madison
Springs County. 51
demonstrate his support of legisla- with deficit spending" would
i tion designed to protect the environ- rX find him an excellent alternative.A .
ment in general and Florida's water Boyd Says lie Fears .
In What made this
supply particular. Grant Will 'Sell Out' Water"I Conservative Democrat,
trip so unusual is that it was accomplished Death No Gun
completely under worry that he (Bill Grant, Penalty
Hovers own powerhe swam. R-Madlson incumbent in Dist 2) 'Control, No Flag Burning
Crosby Lake which measures ap- will sell out our water to the big Boyd said that he supported the
proximately one mile across, Is ac- population centers," said Boyd, "He death penalty as a state issue and
tually one of the shorter swims Boyd has a record for voting with big that he favors a federal bill that will
has completed during his quest to business." mirror Florida's bill giving the
show his concern for Florida's death penalty to drug kingpins.He .
water He has completed swims of In support of his above claim also supports the public's rightto
as long as four miles. After swimm- about Grant, Boyd pointed to two bear arms although he said he
ing Crosby Lake, he journeyed to particular pieces of legislation on v had no problem with instituting a
Union County in an effort to swim which Grant voted. Boyd said Grant short 24-hour waiting period for people -
and one-half voted against an increase in the to and
approximately one wishing buy guns a
miles across Lake Butler but an minimum wage and voted against criminal background check "but
unexpected thunder storm forced medical leave for people who have a that's as far as I'll go" he said.
him to stop before he had completedthat sick family members. Boyd said ''rr f On the subject of the right to burn
swim. that the first issue was opposed by q the American flag, he said, "Too
big business interests because of people died for that flag it
Protecting N.Fla.'s Water forced increases in payroll and the represents the values of the people."
From Southern Consumers second was opposed by big business ; He said he would vote for an am-
because it would increase costs In r mendment protecting the flag.
"Miami and Atlanta both need sick pay. He noted that the second -
new sources of fresh drinking water measure only affects companieswith Cut Defense Spending,
and North Florida has of ::
one the 50 or more employees. "t
Increase Federal Funds
largest bodies of fresh water He said that 16 of Florida's 18 ,,
available in the world," said Boyd poorest counties are in this district 4 For EducationSalaries'Boyd
"Miami has pumped as much water and that Grant voted against a : also said that he had a visionof
out of the Everglades as it can and is minimum wage increase and for a .ir. North Florida as a model of
looking for new sources." capital gains tax break benefitting ,,_.to. -,..--- American education and said that he
Boyd, who characterizes himself the very rich. "That doesn't make would support legislation that would
as a conservative democrat said sense for a representative of a Swimming Lake. return education funds to 1980 levels
that he believes North Florida's district where most of the people Crosby .. before recent budget cuts.
water must be protected from use earn minimum wage" he said. U.S. Congressional candidate Bob Boyd a 26-year-old Tallahassee lawyer; Is opposing Bill He also noted that Florida has one
and abuse by large cities and said he Boyd charged that Grant was not Grant on the democratic ticket. He came through Starke last week and swam across Crosby of the highest drop out rates in the
favors stricter Federal standardsfor as concerned with environmentalissues country and said that he would sup-
Lake to demonstrate his concern for North Florida's water supply.
minimum he should be that
water as saying
P.ll B
need clean water for the farmers Grant voted in 1988 to delay fines See Conservative

and for North Florida residents. We charged to companies who did not Grant Changed Parties, from outside Panama City to
need clean water to drink, to swim in comply with government sanctionsin Jacksonville, are registered
and to fish in," he said. A fisherman the Clean Air Act. "Grant is the Democrat to RepublicanBoyd democrats and would best Be served
himself, Boyd cast his rod and reel candidate of big business, not the also criticized Grant for by a democrat. t
several times when he rejoined the people" he said, "I am the can- switching from the democratic to
r boat after completing his swim. didate of the people." the republican party shortly before He also: noted that since the
:;: announcing his intention to run for republican party has targeted this
:: re-election. Boyd noted that Grant
particular beat as a crucial one,
said he did so in order to better serve
Grant will be getting a lot of
: 1990 BUICK PARKWEIMUE this ((2nd) district. "If the people of monetary support from the national 1k
this district had wanted a party. Vice-President Dan Quayle
:r republican they would have electedone ''held a fund-raiser for Grant and
$ said Boyd. told him he had a lot of courage in

changing parties as he did. If so,
Boyd also said that 83 percent of why didn't he switch before he got
the voters in this district, which elected to the seat?" asked Boyd.
comprises 25 counties stretching
"Grant said that he needed $1 ilsf i l
million to win this seat, that's
ridiculous" said Boyd, "I intend to
We earn the support of the people not .
Retail 424.160 buy it..Instead.of taking big.campaign -" -
checks, I am working fQr the
CLOSEOUT PRICE I Auto' people.;" -r1 'i 'y

In switching parties, Grant will ; y
Know also lose the power he had ac-

$19,999 cumulated in seniority as a .. .a,.. ,f '..., .
democrat and would start out on the ",,:,h' "i.tJS'i' ) .. .
by Michael Brunetti,Manager same level of seniority as Boyd '!1i[ .:'V;; '...._ .J.-. '" .. R ',
(Trad*i ) Santa Fe Auto Parts would if elected. r .) "Jj T
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AUGUST 9645644ACCOUNTING Boyd and his democratic oppo- ;r.l.tI.J#: '&:&.::::::51iJ1'1Jrl =-_"" .f;#.:i_:1i_SSZU:1_:! ; :.._: _:$.
I GOOD UNTIL 2, 1990 I nent, Pete Peterson are both
FOR A relative political unknowns and both Fetch Boy!...

have about the same level of cam- Boyd played!with a local pooch while waiting for his
ONLY 3 AVAILABLE DECISION TO LEASE OR paign funding. "Since neither of us entourage to prepare the boat that followed him across the
have a voting record that people can
lake. He wore the shirt from
BUYThe a wetsuit to help protect him
Pit. I..t'011.IncludM ralxM look at, we need to have a public
debate" said Boyd, noting that while In the water
tax law that became effective/ in 1981
can have an impact on a person's decision
to buy or lease car. When car is bought
and financed for personal)use,ten percent WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
of the interest paid il deductible in 1990
none after 1991. When car is used for
business,the interest paid on financing can
be more fully deductible. If the earn
leased for personal purposes,the lease Dorman Well & Septic TankInc.
: f payments are not deductible. However if
(he leased car is used for business purposes,
the lease payments can be deductible. A
leased car used for I combination of 1983
personal and business usage will find lU

jJ1gJfePPROBLEM extent interest it or is lease used for payment either deductible purpose. Before to the 2 & 4 in Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service Installation Septic tanks

making a leasing or buying decision,it may ,
make sense to talk to an accountant .
Lift Stations-New Installation, Drainfield Repairs,
Dealer-arranged financing may not onlybe
convenient,but cost-effective u well.

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III Library Conducts Successful Bookaneer Summer Program I IBelow

< Young Readers Enjoy

I A t. Special Activities

Relating to the Sea and

Other TopicsThe

Bradford County Public Library planneda

r' .+ 1 special summer program which featured

topics from the seven seas. Top, left) Dr.

$ Joanne Whaley of Marine land Introduces
.4 t summer reader Jonathan Contl to a baby sea
'_ turtle. Top, right) Captain Book's band of

!1'' girl pirates sing the program's theme song
"Yo, Ho and Up She Rises.: They are (I-r)

ItoMn Register, Tracy Rhodcn Brandy Miller,

and Kathy Crum.
t ( )TV 12's Tim Deegui talk to youngster about the weather.
Below, right) Renee Gainer (left) and Dawn Safranek (right)of Santa
r Fe Community College's Teaching Zoo training program show off two of
s their 'student'

Other programs Included banana boat races and a program by Oscar's
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Iroplcal Fish.

Upcoming Library Events... .


Music Mania Program at the Library

Think music is F.I.N.E. Well, Invited to attend and participate in '
don't be left in the dark, the Public this free program. If you play an instrument J. ra 1990 '
Library has the cure. bring It along,or if you just '
like to sing,come join in. special
You can express yourself Monday, attraction for the evening will be a
August 13, from 6:30: to 8 p.m. at the local band, Tempest.
Bradford County Public Library as When it's hot in the shade and
the last program in the series of you're feeling like enuff Z' nuff, r
Wanted: Young Adults at the kickstart your summer with a visitto .
Library is presented. If you haven't the Libary for a fun evening of r,
guessed so far, this program will be music and friends.
entirely devoted to music and the For more information on any pro
music Industry. gram provided by the Library, call
.All young adults from 12 to 21 are 964-6400 or stop in. _

I BCPL Adds to Business and Resources

'I -
Local governments in Florida are porate Foundation Profiles. b "
increasingly levying impact fees to These reference books contain In-
help pay for roads, sewer, water, formation to help agencies target
protective and recreational ser foundations by subject, geographic
vices. focus names of donors, types and to
These impact fees are a result of amounts of support and grant ap- .
limited taxing abilities. The pros plication guidelines. s
and cons of using impact fees to The library is planning to add
finance community needs in Floridaare ValueLine and Dun's Million Dollar iHHHMMM HH l HHBHBHHMn lMMMa
explained in new resource Directory to the Business Collection JHIMIMII NOTICE
material available for checkout in the near future. ,so f fi t III.!:: BradfordChiropractic
from the BCPL. Please call 964-6400 for Informa- .1
The library has acquired the National tion or suggestions. Your Library GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION & GENERAL REPAIR I Center
Directory of Corporate Giving Does More Than Keep the Books, Now
Has 2
and its companion volume, Cor- said Director Sue Crum. i Locations To Serve You!
-- di......- .. i Starke Office
Keystone HeIghts Starke
Items I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank' Corner of 301 & Hwy. 16 -, 218 S. Walnut St.
I of Interest i 473-9543 964-6810 1j I Next to 964-4957 the Chamber of Commerce

by Carolyn Eave Mining companies in various Free Towing Free i

BCT Staff WriterDuPont operational achieving categories the greatest were number honoredfor ol ; With Major Repair A/C Check 1
employee-hours worked during 198S PAIN CONTROL
.Awarded without an injury that resulted i in ST GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION Headaches
i raw
lost workdays. To quality, a com- ; Neck 8c Arm
Safety TrophyThe pany had to complile at least 30,000safe Mid Back
DuPont Florida Mine and employee hours without a lost- AND GENERAL REPAIR i Low Back & Leg INJURIES
Plant, Starke, has been awarded a time injury or fatality in that year.

Sentinels outstanding of safety Safety record trophy in 1989.for its Apply Early ; 8 Point Transmission Check i -Work SportsPersonal Related:

The compnay in the annual was one awards of six reci- For SFCCAll 4 Change Fluid, Replace or Clean Filter,Adjust Bands, Check I 4! -Auto AccidentsDR.
pients program I Vacuum,Check U Joints, Check CV Joints, Check 8 Adjust _
co-sponsored by the LaborDepartment's recent high school graduate!s Linkage, Road Test Performance I W. DAVID SIKESCHIROPRACTIC
Mine Safety and and any other individuals )g I
Health Administration (MSHA) and to start college classes at Santa Fi PHYSICIAN
the American Mining Congress.The Community College in the Fall 199i $ 1 1TRO1TO
Sentinels of Safety awards annually Term are urged to come by the An (Only Valid With Coupon) FREE 13 Point Multi CheckCOUPON 995Visa
remind all of us that workingin drews Center in Starke and complete & Mastercard _1es.lse.lti.lat.last
mines can be a safe occupation an application to the College. CHIROPRACTIC CARK WIIKN YOU NEED 11'
rrittrirta.rte.tsll 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WF.EK"Florida's
aid William J. Tattersall assistant The Fall 1990 schedule includes <,
secretary of labor for mine safety record 62 offerings including a largi
and health. The fine safety recordsof variety of classes in Business, Ac MLB DISTRIBUTORS I 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
the award winners show what can counting and Computer classes fro m TPNS Offlc Haunt M..n.-Fd. 8i3O 6tOO p.m. S.f. By Appointment
be accomplished by companies witha Word Processing to Electronic. ENJOY THE COOL TOUCH OF
strong commitment to safety,well- Spreadsheets.Spanish MAINTENANCE-FREE CERAMIC TILE THIS SUMMER
trained,enthusiastic workforces and I and II, Class Piano, Ar t THE BEST FLOOR TILE
vlrgorous accident prevention pro- Fundamentals, Public Speaking an 1 SELECTION IN TOWN
grams. Their achievements point Real Estate are among the man;
1'I Wide of rrom4"xS"
the way to a future in which there classes of interest to the genera range sizes
will be no mining fatalities. public.Freshman. ] to 17"xl7"Also _
Owned by E. I. DuPont registration for ne I Jj the best selection of RIFFIS ca )
DeNemours & Co., Inc., the DuPont students is currently underway fro m Class Blocks and accessories.
Florida Mine and Plant achieved 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily at the Andrew!I
first place in the open pit mine group Center on West Calf Street. 2408 N. Waldo Road
for its record of 402,423 annual hours For more information, please cal I 377-5344
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welders with mechanical ability. Ap- Company railroad In repairing and FOR SALE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, den with CHILD CARE: For the working mom. Afternoons
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y JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. Certified all positions welders. Send BY OWNER: In restricted Lake Hampton 17 Located In Brlmwood Point. 3BR/2BA Central Heat pump, carpeted, insulated
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ext. 362. 15 15 screened porch, wall to wall carpet, and models cleaned, oiled and ad- financing to qualified buyer. Reduced to sell.
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portation.Apply in person, Fla.Crown District is accepting applications for 468-1857 after 6 pm. or call 374- Road) 964-8733 TFN 17
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14 Printing 646 US Hwy 301 South the position of Education Coordinatorwith 4181 in day hours. Priced at$77,060 I WILL LOVE AND CARE FOR YOUR city 4BR/3BA fireplace
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OTR. Train local. 355-5500. : Responsible for the development ib 1+ acre. Excellent cond. Ideal for T.V. REPAIR: Reasonable Rates. Call condition.
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doing Intricate band saw work. Ma- resource education. Involves service corded message reveals details. Call CLEANED? Call Theresa's Cleaning kitchen quarry tile.Sep. mud rm. 1-lg. porch In front screened-ln back sunroom
ture persons with tool experience only organizations businesses, and dubs 1-900-456-4567. Service 473-7539 after 6 p.m. Residential w/addt'l. carport. Must Sell I Call today I II
need apply. Apply in person Fantasy In water resource activities. Develops 3/1 HOUSE ON 4 ACRES: Frontage on and Commercial. 17 FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD Beautiful block home on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3
Woodcraft, Lawtey. 15 plan to use district lands for educa- SR-100.1 1/2 miles west of Keystone DIVORCES$95-$150; WILLS$35-$50; BR/2 BA.Assumable mortgage. REDUCED to$79,000A
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY TYPINGAT tional projects. Develops educational Heights. Can be zoned commercial. DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE POSI- WONDERFUL BR HOMI In the country with 4 acres Beautifully maintained. -
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W-17283. 15 requires an enthusiastic selfstarterwith ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES tin 17 HANDYMAN SPECIAL 1 1 1
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Bk 17283. 15 experience. Knowledge of state and 16 Experienced mother of 2. Breakfast
MOBILE HOMI ON 2 ACRES W/2VX30'pole barn nice neighborhood Call for
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1-602-838-8885 Ext R3493. required.Salary.$20,()(>>.$35OOO annually pet. In Starke. 39900. OBO. For Info. 17REMODELING MUST SELL 3 acres with beautiful doublewlde MH with all new appliances,

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Suite 1400, Starke FL 15 August 3, 1990. EOE. 15 ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES I- \W : Assumable mortgage.
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show howl 348-3203 tial. Details call- 2-838-8885, Ext. property. ,
((216)) ,
call you! 15 T-3493. 15 1-602-838-8885, Ext. W-17283. WANTED TO BUY BETWEEN 1-3 13 LEVEL, 4 BR, < IA HOMI ON THI LAKE CH/A approx 3000 sq. ft. Beautiful
COSMETOLOGIST anytime needed. Call 964- HEAVY EQUIPMENT operators. Pans 16WILLIAMS ACRES In Bradford or Union county asphalt drive w/2 acres of land. Call Today
4151 or 964-4645. 15 dozers. Good pay. Apply In person at suitable for mobile home. Well and :ACRES ON LAKI CENEVAi Great developing property. Reduced
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Residental Facility located in Starke, 8134281125. EOE 15 6 p.m. 11 Coll Today
Mental State Certified be 19 of or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431-
with 2 related Health/Sub must years
yrs. DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE 1273, ask for Morris. 11 FANTASTIC INVESTMENT, 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential
stance Abuse/Residential experience. age License, have current Florida Drivers SERVICES: Quality work at lowest WANT TO BUY OR TRADE: Nice boat 3300 SF. Retail store and living quarters. Asphalt driveway, French drain
substi- School
Additional tuted for degree.experience All may shifts be needed equivalent, High stand a detailed Diploma back-or prices.All work guaranteed.964-3412. trailer to fit 14 ft trI-hull boat or trade system, several wells, and septic tanks. Price REDUCED to Sell I

including part-time weekends. Shift ground Investigation meet all State CHAIN TFN LINK 17 FENCE: installed. Free es 18 ft boat for trailer. AI Young 964- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 BR. 2 BA Stucco Home In City Limits Zoned com
6918.11 mercial from Wlnn Dixie Rd. 100 W. REDUCED. Assume
across on Mtg.
differential with co. benefits. Startingsal. requirements and oral boards. Ap- timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
.$13.000-$14,850. Deadline for all plyStarke City Hall Personnel Dep- owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. _._ 12 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 on SR It-El Great Investment, call

applications July 27, 1990. Send tartment5 TFN 17ALTERATIONS :BOATS: r now.
resume to BRADFORDPUTNAMUNION : zippers, hems, buttonholes _" .. I DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL BUILDING Location Great! Call today.
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14: P"O">8oi! "'R177,>*t3tarW.Ft 32091. \LENT PAY) 1-602 eta *, up. 7 days a week7am8pm.964 1984 RANGER BASS BOAT: Fully ,'TWO LOn! Ready to build on/ Beautiful 10 cil ri'to..wOOa.UtduiV.v.ry: :
home. Details, call 88 D. v'"'
EOE. 15RVs 'pVosflbloWnelghbormWSdi-ColHodoy' fo'mor. r.r: ;mallon.w.- :
Ext W-17283. 15 '*" 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from equipped, 115 Mere ou board tall : ; :j;
ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI! Start Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFNHANDY. 475-2480. 8 12 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES! Each lot 140'*,\MO'. R.oelll""o dAN4fPAxJri; _
17 vest today for tomorrow's future.
( '''CAMPERS : $11.41/hourl For application Info call MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting, GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop Call to
... ," ., .. I 1-602-838-8885,Ext.W-17283..6am- I
'. ." 10pm.7days. 15 Plumbing,Electrical.Decks,Additions, day. Reduced to sell/I
14 FT CAMPER/TRAILER: Nice, clean. SEAMSTRESS: Fun or part time. Altera Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience. : LOSTFOUNDFOUND ', : 120 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond
Local references. 964-5405.
Must see to appreciate. Al Young tions only. $250 per week. Call 371- Woody, ''. many extras. Priced to move REDUCED
964-6918. 19 1824 In Gaines nlle. TFN 15 TFN 17 II' PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEI RD. Wt Owner financing. Call today.
: WANT TO DRINK,THATS YOUR BUSI- CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVER 13 AC. ON FORSYTH lOAD Great location for a beautiful home. Call today. .
NESSI WAN f TO STOP? THAT'S -Full grown Playful- 130 ACRES FOR SALE All fenced In, loaded with pines. Great Investment

'.', OURS) Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- Call 782-1243 after 5,young.but before 8 Located In Lawtey area. Priced to Sell I
36I9 964-4150 9648614. 17 .
Classifieds Get Results, p.m. 5 FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N. 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
LAWN MOWER REPAIR: Quick repairs
t. trees. Hwy frontage of 400 approx. 1-well 2 septic tanks & fenced pond.
; low prices. Wall's Small Engines. 224 LOST: LHASO APSO: White, female, 2 Great ..nve.tm.nt. Call Today
'. Washington St., by railroad tracks yrs old 18 pounds. Melton Terrace AFTER HOURS
964-7580. 17 and Orange Street Has Allergies -
PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks MUST HAVE MEDICATION. Call af- Sandra Trwlllcjar. . . . . . . . .964.4211
driveways, trailers, roofs and ter 6 pm, 964-7051. 5 Ann TorwIIUgar -
roof repairs. Call 964-6341. Terry
'j 964-7776
Parks. TFN 17

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.!ii i 431-1090 or 496-2281 I

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1 rtjnsur iriic; #.< : 964-4544

,I I EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR L_ _CR229_ N.W.28th St. Starke 964-6133 Ja a Starke Hwy. 301 FL S. :5t:: j

j Susan M. Faulkner. G3I. CRB President ,. rwIisa

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. 1fl-1 ,Tames VLot '-'Acreage'Wderfront::

: Located Hwy. 3O1. 2 blocks South of C.R 100 221 Lafayette st. a ./ 3t1n$ >/CoaunrclalJCRAHAMi a

DUTLAWtiny | Thinking ol buying or lellfnat' Gail us!!
*NEW USTINGi 3 BR/2 BA Horn In City. CH/A Real cute starter ham pricedto \ 4BR/3BA. Stucco Bldg, Large Family Room w/Fireploce, ,
Evenings *V Weekends
i. sell at 33900. 97.90 9644522 I CH/A, Rang, Rf rl and Dishwasher Well S Septic Lark Oak Trees, 3
*2 BR/2 BA CBt Horn with Florida room In city, must see to appreciate. By ST ARIL 1 Ac. Inground Pool.
You Full Service Real Estate Office
oppt. only 92.90i a I S.I. 35TH STREET A-Fram CB horn. 3 BR/2 BA, CH/A, Fireplace Family aRm
O.4S ACRES with 3 BR/1 BA Mobil Horn. Owner needs to sell due to II- David L. Dodge I laundry Rm.. 10x16 Wood Utility Bldg. w/Water and Electricity 2.79
I In.... Priced at 26000. S3-90 I Ac. I II
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMI on Sampson Lake, lot Is WxTXK.. 64.90 V MSAtfp'RACRes. I HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm Frame House with Well and Septic. 3.8'
*LAWTEY AREAl Beautiful BR/1 IA ham, CH/A, screened porch also has 2 9645370Florid I Acres.

I BR/1 BA MH used for r.ntal. All this on 4 ocr... 36-90 *St t* Certlfiedi lutille C;' pf *LAKE PRIVILIDGES to George's Lake, 3 lots each 75x100 all 3 lots, I Rang, Refrlg. end Dishwasher 1800 SF. Landscaped Lot.
$7800. 28-90 REALTOR SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick, Living Dining S Family
*B ACRES with active working chicken farm 3 BR/1 BA horn*. 56-90 Rooms, CHI A..2310 SF, Porches. 2.8 Acres a
: *3 BR/2 BA CI HOMI IN CITY Fireplace, separate DR, yard chain link I COUNTRY UVINOt 3 BR/2 BA From, Llving-Dlnlng-Kitchen Combo'

f: f.nc.d' 71.90 T r i V w/Snack Bar, Dan Screened Porch' 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared ,
EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOMI at a price you can aHord.' 19900. In PRICE REDUCEDIII/ Spot for Garden -

town. 98-90 Excellent Buy In Storie a'. Finest Neighborhood" 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 % BA CB ft Frame Large Family Room laun-
*EXCELLENT FARM LAND Cross-fenced. Perfect for cattle or horses. 40 Ac ,3/2 On Corner Los Nice Outside' Storage Bldg. a I dry Room, Nice Lot. ,. aNEW
and nous*. 87-90 WE WANT AN OFFER HURRYII! OWNER ANXIOUS!11 I BRICK HOME 4 BR/2 BA. Stove, F.frlg. ft Dishwasher, Sun Deck,
*POOL DON'T MISS THIS ONE 4 BR with 1 1/2.beautiful acres. 91-90 :2240 SF. Well ft Septic, 1 Acre. '

*OWNER FINANCING Various site parcel of land. *SR UWGorgeous D/W. 3/2, CH/A, All App!. Pool, 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI I 6 ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY 3 BR/1 BA A-Fram. w/Porches All ,
*LEASE PURCHASE: Beautiful executive ham with 3 acres. 86.90 *CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 IA.lno.pan.lv.llvlng. [ Round' 24x30 Polo Barn and 8x9. Tool Shd. Well ft Septic On Paved
*BRICK HOMI.UNION COUNTYl 1924 sq. ft.CH/A. Excellent location. 84r90 *BEST AREAl Starke, Brick Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. a I Road. "' a
*TWO BEAUTIFUL HIGH DRY WOODED building total Each 146x200..Owner' *63 ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. I QUIET AND PIACIFUll 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story. Stove ft Refrlg., Elect.

financing. $9500 each. 89.89 *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage, Lawtey area. I Heat Window AC Well ft Septic, 1 Acr.
*COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: Restricted shaded bi.lldlnglot. On paved road. *LAKEFRONTS FI.h. Swim. Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beach LAKI GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA From, Screened Porches, 14x16 Utility. a

Owner financing. 136.89i *37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. Building. Well ft Septic. .
i *3 BR 2 BA KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBi CH/A 6 yrs old.. 2 AC. Owner'I *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer a TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY, 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home CH/A, ,
j,, transferred and anxious.Covered by Buyers Protection Plan.' 89-90 *3 YR. OlD BEAUTY 3/2. CH/A. 1250 sf, all appliances. I Stove A Refrlg. Graham Area.
*WELL KEPT. SPACIOUS older horn*. 4 BR, 2 BA. Maintenance free exterior, *4.79 ACRES Well 2 septic, older MH optional $22,900 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .
1.31 Ac. completely' fenced lots. More extras 88-90 *BRICK 3/2CH/A. walk to shopping, quiet neighborhood. WALNUT STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. a
*GOOD 2 IR. 1 BAt Excellent condition on 2 1/2 Ac. CH/A range, ref rig., *BEDFORD LAKE 2/1. CH/A. completely furn. Nice 100x300. HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway plenty of warehouse space.
20x24 sep garagck 38-90 *LAWTEY AREAS: Spacious older home 3/2 Owner financed. HWY 301 North Salvage' Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home 12x60 Mobile ,
*LARGI BUILDING LOT 301x142 City utilities Owner may divide 69-90 *PRICED TO SELL Farm House w/35.9 oc. 30 ac cleared. $80,000 I Horn, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tanks and 4 Wells w/Pumps. on
from 24x941 32x60 J or 4 bedroom, 2 bath. All 3 Acres.
new 2-story. Over 4000 .f and 3 car garage. Un. +
excellent condition. On. acre .r more financing available to qualified finished. a EAST CALL STREET Nice Office Bldg. Suitable Doctor or Dentist Proo
14-25.0 I
buyer. *BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres. tic.
I -rtffltk *IN STARKEi CB 3/1. CH/A 1200 plus SF, I lOxl 10 lot. $38,000 SELECTED PROPERTIES
I 40 ACRES Can be purchased In 20-Acr Tracts, Planted Pines, NrLawl.y.
E Call One qf Our Professionally *EXCELLENT AREA 3/2 Brick CH/A. 100'xXW lot. New roof. 51000. .
*OVER ACt Brick All
4/21/2. CH/A fplc 2100 SF. appliances
Trained Stqff'Today..964-OO69t '* over a HOME BLDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water Sewage, Owner Financing
WATERFRONTiCrosby Lake canal Doublewlde, CH/A. Rg.. Ref rig. HOMI BLDG. LOTS Shady Oaks S/D Brooker.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: *FARM HOUSE BARNS on 3 ac. Good area. Close to Stark. REDUCED FOUR a-ACRI TRACTS Brooker, Hwy Frontage, Owner Financing.
I *2 STORY CEDAR 3600 sf. 5 D/w. Nice
BR. 3 BA CH/A, 2 F.PI. rg* refrlg., THREE 1-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker Owner Financing. a
a Irene L. ulkner..964-5142 1300 oc. AFTER HOURSlWayne
Godvrln..468-2SO3 *US 301 SOUTH large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close Inl I
Darlene 44-U93 III! Dodd
Douglas 7401
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CLUB BEAUTY Immaculate horn. All amenities Top of te line
a Warren "Woody Ryder.....964.9040 | Navls Went -* 4-7454 Bill Green *44- *64A

a Thomas (Tom) Gross.....964-6786 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
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FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIFU1 utilities VACATION RENTAL: Franklin N.C. 2 LOT: (80/mo. on catfish pond.

.. paid. From $37.50 up weekly. BR, furnished cottage w/deck. Nice Located off 225 on NW 68th Ave,
AI] 'I\r; tJC.KS, :: ':ANIMALS, : ;';&("PETS. : ) c. L' MAGNOLIA HOTEl Walnut St mountain view. Convenient to attraction Lawtey, left hand side. 3 ml. Junction
VA I't 5"I I ; "' ; O'8: Starke, In front of Post OfHoe.MOBILE *. $a //tok. 964-7210. TFN 301 and 225,2 miles Junction 166225.
\ 'SALE'
". ., '- 18 h: FOR,.. ,;J .. ". 13 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile 7823417. 13
1984 FORD VAN Customized Interior HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: Al metal WAFER BOARD. 7/16" $6.49. Pressure HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN APARTMENT FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom,
good Urea,302Cl.fourcaptaInohaira. patented device control flea In the Treated Lumber all sizes to 8x8. WATER SEWER,CABlE TV. 2 BR, 2 Bfl/2 BA DOUBLEWIDE: Completely stove, ref. $70.00 weekly/ w/utilitias.
sofa, AC/AT. PF. PB PL. Good home without Pesticides. Result Free Delivery. Hardware and Builders 1 BATH 864-7488 TFN 13 lUrrrliTied with washer and dryer. Deposit req. No Pats. 964-6232
condition. $5000. 782-3660. TFN overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY Supply.miles South of Starke on MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY Central heat and air.all electric.$3007 13FOR
2 GOLDKIST. e 301.468-2624. 12 WATER. SEWER CABLE TV. 864- month plus deposit Rent from June 1 RENT: BR 2 BA, 0/W CH/A,
1969 FORD BRONCO: Looks and run RED DUNN AQHA REGISTERED:Very TAPPAN ELECTRIC RANGE: Like new. 7498 TFN 13 thru Scot 30 only.Cad Castle Proper- fenced yard. $325, mo. +dep. w/1 yr.
good. Cal 864-5420. 2 gentle. Can work cow or chow. $200. Phone 964-5610. 12 OUN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home ties U.S.A. Inc., licensed real estate lo.ise. Castle Properties USA, Inc.
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED 3000. CaN 475-2480. 6 BULLS Calves lots for rent water and sewer furnished broker. 864-5065. 13 Licensed Roal Estate Broker 964-
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mer- ... ,. -." ., .. ... _. ,. .. ,.- BRAHMA : Very gentle. cable tv available. 782-3333 ,u. ., .. .. \ 5065 13
and yearlings. $300 to $550 each.
cedes Corvettes Chevy Surplus ;i tYARO'S\t'@; ; 964-6565. 12 TFN 13 : R E., L. ,l, .E. ST. ArE, ,:. !I FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom apt., all utilities
Buyers Guide.1-602-838-8885 Ext. ,. .. HALF ACHe MOBILE HOME LOTS for : furnished.$350. per month. Hampton
''' '\( HP TILLER with accessories. OF1S'TATE
''' SEARS 5 : : : :
A-17283. 2 t.," .,. ::. J.. .. ..! $200. Call 475-2480. 12 rent Close to prison. Cal 468-1323. ._. IOu.'T ..., .. area 964.8333 alter 5 pm.
Loaded with many extra $5600 chain saws, patio table and chairs, catcher. Elect start $900. Call MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 Iota, river access. $5950 each. No RENT: 2 Bedroom M/H. furnished,
Please call 864-5647 after 6 p.m. tillers, grinders lawn mower. 2305 475-2480. 12 Bedroom Near Prison. Call 964- money down. $71.41 month. Owner. convenient to shopping center. No
Temple Ave., No. 7.964-2124. SNAPPER RIDING LAWN MOWER:3f 6115 or 4681323. TFN 13 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN pets. Phone 864-6810 13
1881 FORD ESCORT STATION ( Cut 8 hp I/C Engine. $400.Call 964-
WAGON: AT. low mileage runs FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JULY 27, 28,8- 5854 after 6 p.m. 12
great 8644820 evenings 4.Furniture,clothing crafts and misc. TV ANTENNA FOR SALE,$50;also sma Union County Area AdsHELP I
1987 CHEVY 4X4:A/C. PB. PS Tinted 6 ml. S. of Starke. turn left on 18, apartment size dryer for sale$25.0C
window,chrome show bar big tlrel.064.e187. follow signs. 7 Call 964-5915. 12
2 MOVING SALE -831 W. MADISON ST. FOR SALE: Gravely convertible tractor
1879 MERCURYCAPRI$500.00080.: Saturday July 28,9-3.No reasonable rotary mower, sickle mower rotary WANTED PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALEIILL'S
Call 782-1499. 2 offer refused.' 7 plow and sulkie; Good condition,
1975 DATSUN 2600:$800. 864-2654. SATURDAY a SUNDAY: July 28 29. In $1850.533-2210 after! 6 pm.
Lawtey. Fishing ,radio* clothes, 12FOR
VW KARMAN GHIA BOOKS 32.000/yr. Income potential. man Well and teptlc Tank Inc.- 2&4 REPAIR SERVICE. Buy some sell some
1970 :Custom paint kitchenware, many more items.7 am SALE:'77 28 ft.,Titan Motor Home.
Details, 1.602-838-8885 Ext. BK-9127. Inch wills. .. trade some, fix some. 4962090. 4tpd.
and Interior. Boom stereo water Pumpssoles, r-
system. til ?? Turn toward
right on CR 200 ( Class A, engine factory rebuilt, new
$3800. For more Information, call LWCI), 3rd driveway on left Look for carpet 4000 Onan generator. 6 new 3tpd. 7/19. 8/2. vice, Installation septic tanks, hitatallon. 4/12.4/26 then TFN.
485-1442. 2 sign on US 301. 7 473-4478 12 ATTENTIONs EASY WORK EXCELLENT .- New installation drainfi.ldrepairs. TRAILER HITCH for full site truck. $80.
GOVERNMENT tires PAY I Assemble product. at hem*. Contact Bryan (Ske.ter) Coll 964-8791. ask for Jason. TFN.
SATURDAY JULY 28:8: am til ??Behind BABY BED$50.,dinette, table& 3 chairs
Dctaili. 1.602-838-8885 Ext. W9I27. Jonm-273-2004- Jones2732716.. STEEL DOC BOX for full size truck. Double
VEHICLES from $100. Fords. Mercedes
Days Inn US 301 North. Starke. $40., 1980 Ford Fairmont. 4 cyl.. AT,
7/I2/J9/26. doors. Swivel Call
3tpd. sent $173. Jason
After 6 Slat licensedAll work
Corvette, Chews.. Surplus Restaurant p.m.-
equipment,pots and pans, AC. $875. Phone 473-4508
guarenleed- estimates. 1-25
BuY' raGulde.1-602-838-8885, Ext dishes, shaker sets eto. 7 12MOVING Stpd.
ARIAI $17.840.$69.48S. Call CONNEX 3300 CB-RADIO Call Jason at
((1)) 2/22 thentin
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SATURDAY, JULY 28: Six family yard SALE:116 Bay Street,upstairs.TV .
1988 CAVAUER: Auto.. Air, AM/FM 602-838-8885. ext. R-9127. total NOEGEL LAWN SERVICE FreeEstimates. 9648791. TFN.
sale. 8 am til 77 Wlnn Dixie Parking VCR, microwave, furniture All
Stereo, low mileage. $600 equity Lot Hwy. 100. 7 must 964-2940 12 4963923. 3tchrg. 7/26 parly
assume payments ol$173.Call 964- GARAGE SALE: Children's clothe ft go._ nee Rive Water Management DistrictIs 8/16. assume small monthly payments on
6320 after 8 pm. 2 other items. 28th NEW.44 MAGNUM RUGER RED HAWK, accepting applications for the po.l.tlon BABYSITTING WANTED Experiencedmom spinet piano. Can be seen locally,
Saturday July ,
1978 FORD GRANADA: PS Auto., many 1325 Bessent Road. 8:00: AM till. 71/2 inch barrel,stainless steel.$350. of Education Coordinator with an would like to car for your child. Credit Dept. 9042548481. 3tchrg.
stereo runs good. $450. Call 964- 7 Call 964-4908. 12 October 1, 1990. expected beginning Will provide lunch, snacks, infants to 7. 19.8,2.
4910 after 5P.m. 2 LAWTEY-REMODELING SALE Starts RCA VIDEO CAMCORDER: Excludes/ date of employment RESPONSIBILITIES 12 years welcome. Reasonable rates.Convlently GRAPES U-PICK OR WE PICK at Martin's,
76 TOYOTA COROLLA: Runs good, Friday at 8.00 am. Comer of: 301 & battery pack. New .$1,000. Asking : Responsible for the development located In lake Butler. Fruit Form Fort White opening Mon.
look bad. 5 *pd transmission. Fix- Lake Ave., at the light. 7 $600. Uke new. Call 9644908DOUBLEWIDE and Implementation of SRWMD Janice Noegel 496-3923 anytime. July 30th. Closed Sundays. 497-2621

up or parts.$250 or offer. 964-8966 YARD SALE: Sat. July 28th. 8:30: am til water resource education program for 4tchrg2f. 7/26. 823.HOUSECLEANING llchrg. 7,26.ACREAGI .
2 300pm. 909 Cypress St. -.I" c, "., :, :li. .'. ,,!I the schools and comunltles. Forms and Need your housecleaned 3 acres in W.S. Area off rood
works with school and community ? Call 4961253. 2tchrg. 726. ISA. Call 4724081. Diane Holder P.O.
1977 BLAZER K-5 fun time 4X4,SO.OOO 7YESTERDAY'S l fl"J ; t i education comlttees to design effective 8/2. Box 528 Newberry. Sichrg. 7 26. 8 9.
mite thesis . ,..
on body rusted away. TREASURES, former -" plans for water resource education. Involves VANITY FORM A dream world to lingerieand
$700080. 1974 Corvette body only, Marys Variety has : 3 BR 2 BA unfurnished service organisations, accessories. For more information
good project car. $3000 OBO. 964- lure brio-brae and Kirby vacuum except for stove and relrig.' Heat and businesses, and clubs 'In water call 4961253. 2tchrg. 7/26, 8/2.
4785 2 cleaners. Come check us out Next to air.No inside pets.$150deposit,$325 resource activities. Develops plan to NOTICE
1987 Cadillac Brogham D'Elegence. Ed's Appliance Parts,304 E. Call St. rent On Griffis Loop. Call 2827117. use district lands for educational pro.
Leather,burgundy outside& In. Gold Starke. Keep trying. 13 jects. Develops educational materials FOR RENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
pkg. Very nice cuto. 964-8820 YARD SALEI!YARD SALEI! Sat.,July 28, 3 BR 11/2 BATH MOBILE HOME.Avail slide shows, educational exhibits. REQUIREMENTS to the Union County Tunes of.
2I Morgan Road. Lots of Clothing. 8am- able Aug. 6. Air, heat, stove, refrlg., : This position requires an fice in writing and paid in advance
12 noon.MUSICAL carpet. Unfurnished. On private lot enthusiastic self-starter with a 2 IID-1 lATH MOBILE HOME War. unless credit is already established
,I with shade trees on Griffis Loop.$250 bachelors In thington Springs area. $185 month.
COMMERCIAL::;PROPERTY; \ .. .. degree education environmental per with this office.
f month and $150 $150 deposit Call 496.2842,
security deposit education communications anytime.
..REN1 E S iSE.L : :fPRSA;:, : Leave message or call after 6 p.m. plus three years related ex Itehrg. 7/26. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES HELD IN
.. 9642999. 13 perience. Knowledge of state and local RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160.$300 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN
FOR LEASE:1,000 sq.ft and 2,000 sq.ft INSTRUMENTS.AS LOW AS ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- school systems, curriculum development monthly. Security deposit required. THE TELEPHONE.
301 South, Southpoint Plaza. 964- $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- pletely furnished. Clean and quiet and public speaking are re Sid's Park behind S&$. 6lpd. 7/26.8/30. Classified deadline, is MONDAY 5
8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 6946. 12 Adults only. Houck Apartments quired. SALARY: $20.000$35.000 annually 1 BEDS BATH MOBILE HOME CHSA P.M.. prior la Thursday publication
BUILDING AND DRIVE FOR RENT:207N. Starke. 9649424. 13 plus benefits FOR AN APPLICA Large lot. Rent and deposit. Wore Minimum
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER charge is 1 15 words for S3 50.
Temple Ave. Contact 9643579. PLATES.Measures 24x36 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: With Cable TION CONTACT: Ms. Debra Ross, thington Springs. 496.2554. llpd. 726. then 15 cents for each word IhoipallorJK '
TFN 3PROFESSIONAL inches.50 each. Great for patchingand and HBO.Temple Motel Starke.964- SRWMD, Rt. 3. Box 64, live Oak, Fl
BUILDING on Temple repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. 7357. 13 32060. Phone: 904/362-1001. Deadlinefor
Ave, across from Courthouse. Ap- Call St Starke. 12 FOR RENT/LEASE: Mobile Home Lots. receiving applications and
prox. 850 sq. ft CH/A W/W Carpet- FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL.Mulch One Mobile Home, 10x45. for sale. transcripts August. 1990. EOE 7/26.
Ing, ample parking. 1-796-1040. for landscaping, 782-3140. tfnSMALL Westmoreland Trailer Park,9647961. NEEDED HOUSECLEANER Call 4963807.
3 12 13 Mary Douglas P.O. Box 316 lake
COMMERCIAL BUILDING- FOR SALE: 4X8 UTILITY TRAILER: Road 631 W. FRANCIS STREET: 2 BR, 1 BA. Butler, Fl. 320,... 2tchrg. 7/26, 8/2.
Immaculate condition for professional ready, $175. Must sell. Can be seen CH/A/ ,carport fenced backyard.$340 EARN EXTRA $$$ NOW Need money for
offices, retail stores beauty shop, at 909 N. Thompson St 12 permo.,deposit and one years lease. back to school clothes and Christmas?
restaurant florist 1.680. sq. ft CH/A SATELLITE DISH: With receiver and de- 964-8073. 13 .Free $300 kit. Free tranlng no obliga
Excellent location, parking Selling. scrambler and remote Complete andYoboworifa 2 BR MOBILE HOUEuOna-child maxi tion. Call 496-3248 fdor details, tlchrg.
below appraisal. BY OWNER, 964- mum. Call 9648218. .13 7/26.. ..
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8738.3 ., 2 BR, 1 BATH HOME:$325 rnontiv$250:,
'* n i jezraeso.itn 12
.BUILDING' Highway
COMMERCIAL POR1tABLE deposit. Call 1-468-1857. 13
301 In Starke. Lot size Is 35 X 100. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: AC ft
Building is 2500 sq. ft Reduced for storage houses. NO buildings DOWN garages PAYMENT.green Hwy Coiling fans. Bradford Village Apts., e
quick sale. Call Harry at 904-964- 301 South, 964-8848 TFN Walled patio off-street parking. 1985 FORD TEMPO In good condition. s a t
8061.3 1212X21 $225.00. Call 964-8601. 13 Needs air, work. $2,200. Call 496-3094.
CARPORT $990.NO DOWN MOBILE HOME: 3 bedroom, 2 bath on ttchrg. 7/26. ,
one acre,SR 16 East. No house
MOBILE HOMES PAYMENT.Handi House portable pets.
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I 964-8592 after! 6p.m. 13 4. t
: buildings Hwy 301 South Starke,964- HOMES FOR SALE
Microwave for sale. BA, on catfish pond. $215/mo.$200
1980 24X52 MOBILE HOME:3 BR/2 BA. Both In good working order. Call 964- deposit Located off 225 on NW 68th ATTENTION! GOVERNMENT HOMES
Central heat Excellent condition. 8212.12 Ave Lawtey,left hand side 3 mi.junc- FROM $1 (U REPAIR) Delinquent tax
$11.500. negotiable. 752-3653 after tion 301 and 225 2 miles junction 16 property. Repossessions. Call
s.'s.'s.'Ay.srs.s YaYa'+.+.f
4 Y Ya fr f.XYar faYaYa'srYaYa+.Ufa fa'P.
p.m. seatand chair,blue and mauve.Never 4225. 782-3417. 13 1-602-838-8881 Ext. CH 9127. 3tpd.
used. Must sell! $295.00.9643938.
2 BR/1 BA. CH/A Well pump and 12FRESH

power pole Included. You move. OKRA: $15.00 bushel. Call 485-

4SAVE$6,000 )B0. Call 7823634. tfn HANDMADE 1687.12,KINGSIZE Texas Sat Quilt FOR SALE # s_ J TREE AND STUMP

UP TO $8,000 on new 1991 Sky- I I.
$230. Call 7823149.
line Circle Dotblewtde.B Homes Lake Can City 1-755-5114 Florida. QUEEN SIZE BRASS BED. $450;6 din :3Fill Dirt, Top"'Soil: ; REMOVAL

Your Volume Giant! 4 ing room chairs, $150; Twin size 1.' . . . '. .'. '. .1
USED HOMESI) Many to choose from. Cannonball 12MISC. bed, $75.964-8565. f Large or Small Loads of Limerock Jjicni d.(& ltstired.

Can 1-755-5114. Circle B 4 Homes USED FURNITURE:wicker dining \ e Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer : _t
Lake City. Florida. room, brass bed, dresser eto. Call .
CREDIT CHECK AND PREAPPROVALON 782-1423 after! 12 noon. 12 : 1
MOBILE HOME LOANS: Call. BULLDOZER: Case 310.good condition. L: '964-6182 a '964.5823 964-6096f4,) 9649300DURRANCE
Kent 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes
Lake City Florida.Your Volume Giant! HD3 4908.12 axle trailer $4500. Call 964- i e e G c Yi C[ 4ra e's C O G S a fa a e a e4wa e'

MOBILE HOME: Furnished, 2/2.
porch,carport utility shed.New 25 yr.
overroof. City water/sewer on KJ. the arrest and Robert Thornton is now in the 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke
fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate.((305) business and Eves & Weekends: 964-7578
883-8288 days. 4 conviction of person or logging buying

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12 X 65. 2 persons who stole 18 sq. timber. Would appreciate Well -
BR. 1 BA. Large living dining and Drilling
kitchen area. Good cond. Must be of shingles from my yard talking to you about any

moved. $4200. 964-3511 4AFFORDABLE between 8 p.m., Sat. r timber you want to sell. Residential & Irrigation

July 21 stand 8 a.m.. Please call Thornton and Jones

Sun. July 22. Construction, Inc. at

Call 964-2796 964-4663

and collect reward. Pump

Sales &

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Gnu tic'1305
is now accepting applications for chicken catchers.

Qualified applicants should the -
possess following: 1It

e Ability to work long and flexible hours A heat pump

e Must be physically fit /f o.

No experience necessary
In return we offer: anyone feell won :

9 Paid Holidays

922 E. Brownlee St. e Paid Vacation comfrtable,1.f Il1nO:

Camp Blandlnd Rd. e Tuition Reimbursement ? D = ?

Starke. Tl. 32091: .
Company Paid Life Insurance with ,.: 1:

964-7133 e Health/Dental Benefits -

2 &: 3 BR family oriented with Year Round Full-Time Work ...; .
laundry & large playground. Buy lb Tract U1200 best pump .
It's bound to provide lion J lullnf
FREE Electricity first month. WE PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM: WORK SIGHT I feellnofmmfnrt l1ecau'le' the XL;
Rent 3OM' of your monthly Income We require a pre-employment 1200 Utilhrnron*hut pump If"biked by in ...,Iu..hoe manufacturer's year
It you quaJJ YhySical. Including a drug and alcohol screen. :. ,r limited warranty on bnl1l1hu'lI11pinlHDflnd roll, plus 2 yean on paM And
.Uyou earn 3.3S per: hr.. 40 hra.week a Verification Is conducted on al provided the I. .: the unit's super high efficiency helps, irduct your enerw-ae.1I mi Inn(.
A haw 3 dependent, your on application. t :,! '? ron today for more deUltson the XL 1200 h... pump. Financing "vmluhltnuwr .
rent would be about fl 13 a month PLEASE APPLY
or 43.73 per day for days left In themonthTor IN PERSON MONDAY FRIDAY 8:3O 1:00
move-In after the Oral.OuaUned. COWART
.Single Accepted.MoveIn .
coat can be ..low.. INCORPORATED
.1O.OO 'Lou/noon 5421 West Beaver Street Air Conditioning Contractors '
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Jacksonville Florida
Hint Jar ac* CACO27873
= nfYourlncomf fles.ing Bradford County and I Iurreuadjag [ 964_8025I I
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q "111("- .ion TEI.EIIAP11: : TIMES: : MOMTOH SECTION July 26. 19110

II I Summer Reading Popular, Escape the Rat Race in a Bookby ___________- I

Sue Ellen Smith And once the public hears the new : Crum said. About 800 children attended (-

aCT stall Wtll.r book are in, Crum said, avid t summer programs at 'the
There arc no lazy, hazy days of readers start streaming in. : library In June.
summer at the Bradford County Some of fiction authors most j The list of popular books In' the
Library, Director Sue Crum said. popular with library patrons are children's section includes old
"In fact it's just the opposite," she Danielle Steel, Tom Clancy Stephen favorites like Dr.Seusu. Young adult
said. "Our circulation has almost increased King, Robert Ludlum and Eugenia \ romances are also gaining in
50 percent June." Price, Crum said. popularity among young readers,
It seems more of the county's Self-help books seem to be the Crum said.
population are using the slowed most popular non-fiction she said. The library is a favorite haunl of
i down summer pace as an excuse to "With increasing prices and the the county's children Crum said,
read books on every subject from cost of services, more people are and that will help the children when
romance to fixing motorcycles. trying to work on their own cars and they start school this fall.
But most, Crum said are looking airconditioning and healing units" "Research has shown that if a
for a summertime escape. Crum said.People child continues to read during the
"Fiction is always the main interested in keeping food summer they will maintain the same
draw," Crum said. prices down find books on canningand reading level they had at the end of

Laura Bryan of Lawley, a library preserving useful, she said. q the school year," Crum said.
regular said she prefers to escape The library's recently established V
from reality when she reads. Florida history collection is gaining 'r % .
"It keeps my mind off of mopping in popularity also. r Our Peoplein
floors and all that stuff. It's purely "People are more Interested In
relaxing," Bryan said. learning about the environment and
Crum said the library goes by the what the state" has to offer in the way Service
New York Times Book Review BestSellers of history Crum said. '
list and professional book Summertime has traditionally
review journals to stock their new meant an increase in circulation ofhildren's l 7"
fiction and new non-fiction shelves. books at the library. This Mo co Graduates CO
summer has proved to be no different
The receives book
library new Training Center
orders about once a month. from previous summers
Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice
c'\ Arneth R. Meece son of retired
***WANTED ** Navy Chief Petty Officer and Mrs.
James P. Meece of Starke, was
Man to live with couple in home at Kingsley recently graduated from Coast

Lake to help care for elderly husband. Il PI.J.! rrI rn"dli.: \ tllltlll1 iI 1KB m 'Ei; I Guard Meece recruit attended training.the eight-week

c.m 588-2281 Bradford County Library Director Sue Cram shelve seine of the library new fiction The library we the New York training at the Coast Guard Training
Times Best Seller Lint to ehooM IU new fiction and _-fiction and receives new books about once a month. Center, Cape May Among
first aid
subjects he studied were ,
Coast Guard history and seamanship -
communications damage control -
A white dwarf Is a star that has nearly exhausted its fuel supply and Schultz PromotedTo firefighting and physical condi-
[ Keystone Area AdsCARS 1 has fallen In on itself through the force of Its own gravity. Sr. Chief Petty Off. tioning.He .

Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer joined the Coast Guard in

Michael N. Schultz son Norman March 1990.Yorborough.
P. and Jacquline M. Schultz of
LAND FOR SALE BUY HERE PAY HERE Melrose, was promoted to his pre- Receives Navy
sent rank while serving with Patrol Commendation Medal

19S5 TOYOTA-MINI-CRUISER. Good con- MIDDLEBURG-1 acres from $7500. $195 WE FINANCE Squadron-16, Naval Air Station, Navy Lt. Jerry L. Yarborough,
ditlon. low prlc. Coll 475-2660. down $95/mo. Owner 2820066. Jacksonville.A son of Barbara H. Dunn of Keystone
2lpd7-26/8-2 473-0530 after 6 p.m. 4tchg7/12-8/2 1972 graduate of Keystone Heights has been awarded the Navy
Heights High School, he joined the Commendation Medal.Yarborough .
BOATS FOR SALE E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy Navy in November 1973. was cited for

YARD SALES meritorious service.The medal is an
16ft GLASTRON-90HP Johnson and Deals with E-Z Wheels Archer Joins official recognition of his outstanding -
3-FAMILIES-6619 Woodland Drlv.. trailer. One owner. 4732723. Navy accomplishments and is
Clothing household Items, misc. 2lpd7/19-26 Detachment In Puerto Rico presented during formal
tlchg.7-26 1320 Temple) Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Joe ceremonies.
SATURDAY ONIY-9 am. to 4 p.m. SERVICESBILL'S TOMMY BRAY N. Avenue L. Archer son of Lettie Anderson of Yarborough is currently serving
4752372. Your best chance for a real Manager Starke. FL 32091 Melrose, recently reported for duty with Training Squadron-23, Naval
bargain. A variety' of Hems. Pressure LAWN SERVICE-mowlng. raking with the Personnel Support Detach- Air $Station Kingsville Texas.A .
washer counter top., formica several edging. Call 473.0165.4tpd712.198.2 ment, Roosevelt Roads Puerto 1977 graduate of Edward H.
.sizes Lounge. chair Aluminum chalra..trlpp.d8. Rico. He Joined the Navy in White High School, Jacksonville,
Copper wire and tubing. ROOFING-AII types, shingling hot tar February 1983. and a 1981 graduate of the University -
New step bumper for Chev. Fits 81-87. and aluminum. Lawn mowrng. Call for WHAT PRICE of Florida, Gainesville, with a
3 rolls roofing carpet and rugs. Just 3 ro..o..0 ..0.Selling.
free estimate 473-7073. bachelor of science degree in
miles West of West
going on
SRIOO to CR21, turn left follow signs. 4tpd7-12-19-26/8-2 mechanical engineering, he joinedthe
Little Lake Santa Fe at SW list Street. HOME SERVICES-Carpet' cleaning .er. BEAUTY? Navy in December of 1981.
vice. Free estimate. 4730757.
1 Hchg7-26
YARD SALE OF-ODDS and ENDS. Saturday 4tpd712192682PROFESSIONALHouse Lolacano Completes

((7/28)), 9 a.m. til?? Appliances, titular who come In Cleaning.ham.? Par.Call It's FREE With Ultrlm -'s NC Basic Training
dishes, clothes, picture frames, National Guard Private Jcr-
Ref.r.nces.Robin Army
me, resident for 16 years. Image Enhancement
games, throw pillows, furniture, 473-4050 4tchg7/19-8/2 Program rold R. Loiacano has completedbasic
novelties, 6x11 Utility trailer, 1989 ,
at Fort
OLE MAID-Cleaning Service. Eloln.473.0Q.42. training
CR125 Dirt Bike, Misc. "Help me Clean .
;r jtJJ'
2tchg71926D Wood Mo.During.
Out The House! 7908 lake Geneva ,
lane (next to boat ), Lak.G.n.va. t A SERVICES-Interior/Exterior Pain- PERSONALIZED COLOR !" i! the training students
ramp .' ting. Build or repair porches. Jencee.. ; received instruction in drill and |
GARAGE SALE-Alr-conditloned 1tpd7-26 building. shed etc. Floor tile, wall paneling, Indudes a professional analysis of your/ best fashion style, colors : Buying ft .rreraonies, weapons, map reading. I

Friday and Saturday, July 27 A 28 9 til replace screening. General fix-It A and skin type, plus a Customized Skin Care Program and a Fabulous tactics military courtesy military
5, toasters, ladies and mens golf clubs, repair. Call 4733120. 2tpd7-26-8-2 Makeup Session sharing all the secrets of the pros! justice first aid, and Army history
camp lamp toy, clocks, clothes, hand- HOME CARE-For elderly-And/or excellent Or and traditions.His .
tiller etc. Brut, 7020 Bright Water reliable,housecleanlng.honest. Refs.Reasonable 4733723., ADVANCED GLAMOUR SESSION ALSO AVAILABLE wife, Kesiah, is the daughterof
Drive White Sands Lake. Turn from 21 Kenneth F.and Charlene J. Mann
Contouring Techniques Exclusive Eye Makeup Patterns
onto C352 at Jiffy-go 3 mile on hard A CARPENTERT-Call at JustLooking ing of Hampton.
road. ltpd7-26. 4737883. Quality work. Residentialand Featuring state-of-the-art Natural Aloe Vera

commercial ltchg7-26 Plus Vitamin E Products Marks Completes Army
WANTEDRETIRED Leadership Course
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Christian gentleman CALL NOW for STEP I your/ FREE Specialist Denise Marks has com
COUPLE-Want lease home 56 of age. healthy Color
to on years Personalized and Fashion leadership
'or near lak.-of any size. Large trees, happy and fun, needs roommate to Makeover. pleted a U.S. Army primary
privacy preferred. Please send description share my home at Lake Brooklyn l2 / Try course.
phon. number, to Box 1442 In. ml. from new Miller's Mall, Keystone Appointment Only! Students received training In
verness. Florida 32650. Heights. Total cost, rent, utility supervisory skills, leadership principles
"'pd7268.2.9.16CARPOOLERwont.d. phone, A/C. only $150 per mo. TheClassifieds and small unit training techniques
Dally from plus $100 deposit. Call Don, 473- c: essential to a first-line super
Keystone Heights to NAS JAX. LeaveKeystone 0301, fl am til10 pm. 11 OLTIIIMI'( visor in a technical or ad-
6 a.m. Leave NAS at 4 p.m. FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR ministrative environment.
Call "7 .""70. ltpd7/26 DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF Marks Is a medical laboratory
LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Servicefor 473-0764 specialist at Fort Campbell, Ky.,
all your foundation repairs. 473- with the 86th Evacuation Hospital.She .
FOR SALE 7721. TFN 17 174 Lawrence BlvdKeyscaEne is the daughter of Hattie M. and
SATELLITE SYSTEM-r.poss.ssed due to GENTLEMAN, 56. 6' tall, 104 fc>. Chicago. Her husband,' Army
divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing widowed, divorced. Flexible loving Specialist Steve L. Marks is the son
down. $39/mo. 12721031. generous,romantic,homelovlng.No r aNN r Nu s s i of Tom and Rena Marks of Starke.
'chg7.12.8.2 dependents,loves smoke
SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new. 6 mo. old drink or do drugs. All my highs are --
with scrambler. Nothing down. God's gifts. Looking for sweet lady
$49/mo. 12721018. 4chg7-12-8-2 who will bury her pride.Answer this .
PIANO-Responslble party to assume quality ad- allow me to spoil you.s
small monthly payments on spinet my friend, then as my wile ill Jesus
piano. Can be seen locally. Credit calls us home. Recent phot pleas TRUCKLOAD I SALE 1
Department 904-254-8481 Write P.O. Box 768, Keystone)
3tchg7/19-8/9 Heights FL 32656 or call between e
SM. UPRIGHT-Freezer. Manual defrost. am and 9:30 pm, 473-0301
Good cond. $75 Queen-mite sofa bed.
Good solid cond. Earthton.colors.$75. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: .
: Starting
4733613. -B-22S"CONSOLEColor Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable Jamison"Becking i VWtfftSffi ::
TV, also stereo two prices.also drain line repairs.Starke. -
speaker, record player. Brut 473-2769. 964-8121. TFN 17

ltchg7-26 FURNITURESECTIONALSOFA at unbelievably iltimss $69 TWIN ea. pc.i .

HOMES FOR SALE w/qu.en-slie bed.

Good condition. 30000. 473-3609 or ,-

200 front lot on clear water sand- BUNK-BEDS-Goad 4732210.1pd7.26 condition w..... $85 i FULL
bottomed lake, backed by Ordway .
framed. 475-2521. Itchg7.ll
Preserve. Perfect fish and swim and 08. pc.
sail. $85.000. Nancy J. H.nry Realtor. t 7
372-58161tpd7-19126 HELP WANTED

FOR RENT BODY MAN.N.eded NOW. Excellent pay
for exp. person. Must be hard worker 2 mi. South of .
U.S. Body Source Hampton
LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes.
352. 468-2203. ltchg7-26
$145/$155 per month. Lake Geneva CLERICAL on HELP-Needed. Must have typo Prices if
Rentals 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-91 $'
2 ry
ing skill and pleasant phone vole KING
HOMI-2BR orSBR $14S/$155
MOBILI momth. Lake access. Lake Geneva per U.S. Body Source 2 ml.South of Hampton sold in sets. J / 5 set
on 352. 468-22O3.: ltchg7-26
Rental 4737566. 6mopdtel2-27
WANTED-Full-tlme and .
AIDES parttime.Exp.
preferred. area.
schools. CH/A, appliance, utility
room. 525 Dove St., $435/mo. Call 475-2108. FREE DELIVERY
473-2895 after 7/21. 2tpd7/19-7/26 ,
1BR/2BA-CH/A, garage, den. $400/mo. NOTICE U DE FURNITURE
plus deposit. 264-0195. 3tpd7/l9-26 N
JBR/lBASlver! Sands lake. $350/mo. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
plus deposit. 661-2738. 2tchg7/1 -26 to the lake Region Monitor office c ii s*.
con AGI-nr Henderson In writing and paid In advance
yule secluded N.C. July mountain through scenery October coal n.orwal.rfa" unless this credit office.MONITOR I I.. already establishedwith I- i I 11Hwy ( 434 W. Call.St. NEW: STORE 8-5:30 SOURSflrot

2BR. sun porch, fireplace STAFF CANNOT BE HELD |o.* 101
Starke FL
f450/mo. Include utilities. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 411 W.Madison: >Vondajr-Pridjgr
704-696-9064 2tchg7/l -26 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 8 1
SIR HOUSI-6351 CR 352. Fenced centralair THE TELEPHONE. astir too AOQM. from Winn DlxIe Mirketpic!
carpeted. $300/mo. 17510253. Classified deadline I*11:00 a.m.Tuesday Saturday
2tpd7-26/e-2 prior to Thursdays publication. r 964-5826 964-5827
LAKEFRONT MH.On deep clear lake. Minimum charge I I.$3.50 for 15 words, i n
IA. AC. fishing and then 15 cent for each additional ward.
28R/ patio.
swimming. 473-41 N. 3tchg7-26/8 If bill are mailed out. there will be a oesf I. H*A Duct You Can Do Setter at Denmark '

1 BEDROOM-Block ham* on beautiful, $3.00 billing charge .
waterfront lot. CH/A-mony extra*I ISoOO'monm Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171,
plus dep. Call 473-7818. Keystone Hts.,FL 32656
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]Bula Tours J>>

.f' ,. EuropeJosh

Bula,son of Mr.and Mrs.Joe State College In New Jersey, they Wimberly AppointedTo
Bula of Starke, just returned from a flew to Europe. For two weeks they
two week performing tour of Europe toured Europe, perfuming in
as a member of the 1990 Spirit of Holland, Luxemborg, Austria,
U. America Marching Band. Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Ger- Pharmaceutical Co.
The only representative from many and Belgium. The highlight of
Florida,Josh was an emissary to the the trip was performing for the
people of Europe, representing the United States ambassador to the Ms. Renee Wimberly, daughter of medicines in the United Stales. MsWimberly's
best of American youth. Josh was United Nations in Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chandler of responsibilities focus on
chosen on the basis of maturity,per- Switzerland in .a big July 4th wl Starke, has accepted an associate face to face interaction with physicians
formance ability and the ability to celebration.Josh professional representative position to discuss advantages and
represent a positive image of youthin who has been in band since with Merck Sharp '&" Dohme Pharmaceutical limitations of MSD products. These
America. sixth grade, is percussionist in the Company.Ms. discussions influence physicians
Josh said it was the most wonderful Bradford High School band under Wimberly, a 1984 graduate of prescribing habits for the benefit of
experience of his life. He learneda the direction of Charles "Buddy" Bradford High School and a 1989 the patients by leading to appropiaIt-
lot,made new friends from all over graduate of University of Florida, use of the products when indicated.
"I the United Stales and had a great Ball.Director George E. Naff and the was employed for 3'/4 years with Among other awards, Merck Sharp
.r.... time. staff of Spirit of America Marching Family Physicians in Gainesville '&" Dohme has been voted the Most
.. After a week of intensive rehearsal Band Is completing 13 years of tak- I while at the University. Admired Company to work for in
f with 120 other members chosen ing bands overseas. Naff Is director Hence Wimberly Merck Sharp '&" Dohme Is the Fortune magazines' survey for the
from all over the U.S. at Glnssboro of Duke University Wind Symphony. largest provider of prescript past three years.


t. t.lli4 March Land Sales Total $1.85 MillionBradford I

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J. land sales' totaled $6,200. Jr.and Marilyn Hall,Waldo,lot 9, 12, section 8, T7S, R20E, east of Hampton, 1 acre near Hampton
II .t ll': ., t tf ,,;.; $1,850,000 for the month of March, Earl M. and Alice M. Voyles to Lake Hampton Oaks, $5,000. Brooker, $10,000. Junction, US-301 and SR-18, $10,000.
k .. .' according to deeds recorded in the Terence M. Brown, parcel. on Lake Daniel T. Roundtree, to Richard Ronnie C. Davis to Billy and Robert S.and Miriam L. Mathis to
f 1 office of the Clerk of Courts at the Santa Fe, $50,000. Allen Hall,Waldo,parcel on U.S.301at Weslea Harrell, Jacksonville, 2.5 Bruce Jackson, parcel in lot 2, block
courthouse during the month. William C. and Ruth J. Powell to Hampton Lake, $32,500. acres in NEV4 of NW'A section 22, 12, Gaskins Addition to Starke,
Values of transactions are figured Ralph P. and Mary H.Bryan,parcelon Colen M. and Gloria M. Raliiff! to T5S, R22E;west of Lawley $18 000. $35,000.
from the value of documentary tax Wilson Road, $81,000. Terry Patrick and Annette Lucille Mark B. and Amy Crulchfield to Vesta C. and James T. Tompkins
stamps affixed to deeds when Thomas H. and Marion F. Beaverto Hamilton, parcel on Hampton Lake Victor Hazy, Gainesville 5,block to John W. Jackson, lot 66,
recorded.Only transactions of$1,000or Ralph P. and Mary H. Bryan and west of SR-18, $51,100. 2 Highway Addition, City of Starke, Parkwood, City of Starke, $49,000.
more are considered. Jerry O. and Donna M. Rowe, lot on Clyde and Mae Dell Green 16 $43,000. Jack Courtnay and Associates,
Biggest sale of the month was the N side of CR-230, $12,500. James E. and Dorothy L. Hamilton, L.K. and May Belle Whilehead to Inc.to Keystone Developers of Brad-
Jax Liquor Store sold to A.B.C. LI- Gary T. and Faye F. Johnson, to 5 acres in south portion of Gov. lot Joseph K. and Kathryn C. Hewitt, See Land Sales 12B
quors for$577.800. Buddy W.V., III and Elaine N. Coll-
Sales recorded in March Are: ings, lot 4 and NV4 lot 5, block 2,
u' St. John's Trading Co., Jackson- Davis and Truby's Addition to Townof
ville, to A.B.C. Liquors, Inc. Orlando Starke, $26,000.St. NOW SERVING
1.38 acres in City of Starke, George's Church and Mission tNJNA
tiq $577,800. Romney Eastern Orthodox, to Com- BUFFETLUNCH
Howard M. Jr: and Susan Diane munity Stale Bank of Starke parcelon
Mott, to Jerry N. and Mary S. SR-100 South, City of Starke, Restaurant
Alvarez, Melrose, lot 6, Geneva $40,000. "
/'. f Lake Estates, $16,500. Thomas Berry and Lynette R. Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
) Elmer J. Steele to Robert C. and Dyal,Brevard County, to Colin H.or '
4 Doris C. Bagwell, Westminster, CO. Nancy T. Davis, Hampton, lot 1, 1900 N Tempt Staifc. Florida 32091 ,

'.. .. parcel on Bayless Highway, $7,000. Harrison Subdivision, Hampton -RENA. MOTEL
I Claud A. and Vera M. Kyle to Lake, $24,000.Robert Eat-In or Take Out
Josh BulaConservative Earllon R. and K. Virginia Benlon, L. Kitchens, Keystone For reservations take out orders'call, : SS4-7681
Brooker 3.64 acres at New River, Heights, to Harold K. and Sandra K. ALL YOU CAN EAT e ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
Davis and Wilson at
Jerry parcel
Den Iocr at to Oppose Silver Lake, $32,000. CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
Norman and Judith Woodworth to

New Republicanport Grant[ Antonio Jacksonville and, lot Sondra.18, Sampson A. Dowell Lake, BUFFET DINNER &
Friday Saturday NightsAll
and raised in Tallahassee. He is the Villas, $13,500.
providing Federal funding to son of Lawyer/Lobbyist William W. Howard and Janice White to
supplement teacher's salaries and to Boyd and Political Consultant Cheri David H.Engebretsen,Denver,CO., You Can Eat Our Buffet Consists of more than 15 Delicious Items
increase the number of teachers. Boyd, both of Tallahassee.He lot on NE side of Lake Geneva,
He said the for these
money graduated with honors from $45,000.
measures could be found by cutting the Florida State College of Law and H.L. Ownbey to David L., Sr. and
defense spending, specifically men- earned his B.A. degree cum laude in Mary F. Fitts, Melrose, lot 3, blockB
tioning the Star Wars Defense history and political science from Seminole Ridge, Unit 4, $288,000. NOW OPEN MON Tuesday-Friday: Lunch 11 a.m. til 2:30 p.m.; Dinner 5:00 pm til 9:30 pm.
System and the Stealth Bomber, Rollins College in Winter Park, Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc. Salarday 5:00 pm til 9:30 pm. Sunday: Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm;
Florida. He is a member"of the to James Allen Griffin, lot near FOR LUNCH ONLY; Dinner 5:00 pro til 9 pm
Background... Florida Bar, the Tallahassee Bar Orange and Pratt Streets, Starke,
Boyd is 26 years old and was born and the Washington, D.C. Bar $5,000.
: Daniel T. Roundtree to Charles F.,

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lOltl' 1tIS: 7I;KI.Kf.ltAI; !,1.'I.MfcS":. ; A \MOXITOK SECTION) July 26, li n l 0
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.. ". Missing Starke Man Found Murdered I
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.. ,1,; }>!; by Carolyn Eaves o McDougal he apparently left the name in the criminal justice system
",," BCT Staff Wrlt.r scene,going into the woods where he Jan. 9, 1986 he was charged with
.... : died. The body was found in the 800 grand theft in Bradford County and
An arrest has been made in the ap- block of E. Brownleo Road in a placed on five years probation. After
"" parent murder of a Starke man. wooded
area. Although badly several violations of his probation
s The body of a Starke man,missing decomposed, there was an induntification Robinson was placed on communit;;:
",' for several days, was found July 19 card in McDougal's pocket control. January 17, 1989( after
a, M In the woods off SR-16. Harry and positive identification has been violating the community control
r McDougal, 39, apparently died froma made. Robinson was sentenced to 18 months
t slab wound to the chest,according in the Department of Correc
Jo the medical examiner. Starke Relatives of McDougal had lions. Since his release he was
police have determined McDougalwas reported him missing July 16 at charged in Clay County with strong
: stabbed during a bogus drug which time the Starke Police arm robbery and placed under
deal and through an intense investigation Department started investigating a supervision.
arrested Christopher missing person case, according to Robinson remains in the county
Douglas: Robinson for the murder. Chief Epps. ,)Jail under no bond.
Robinson,22,is charged with stabbing
'\ McDougal once in the chest The case 'became a murder investigation Assisting in the inveslgalion were
area with a folding blade knife when McDougal's body Lt Kenneth Hinds, Jr., Officers
resulting in a wound to the victim's was found and the suspect was ar- Wayne Wilkinson, Cheryl Belcher,
heart, according to Chief Jimmy rested the next day. Scott Allen, Tom Gorman and
Epps After )("l.inson stabbed Robinson has been a frequent Gerald Hayes.IT'S .

There were only minor Injuries) ln this accident wlilch occurred Friday,July 20, on SR-100 near SIMS with

four Keystone Heights teenagers In the car.The vehicle was north bound on SR100 when It ran off the

roadway on the right, according to HIP Officer Donald Dean.The driver, Heidi Whitford, 16, HOT -
overcompensated| and lost control of the vehicle which veered to the left, went through a ditch and came to

rest upside down.The four girls were taken to Bradford Hospital with minor Injuries, according to SUPER SUMMER SALEin
Paramedics Dan Cuddlngton and Burl Traylor. Whltfor was cited for careless driving.

IV FPL Anticipates Record DemandMIAMI Progress with Additional Reductions

-- Florida Power & Light, pected this summer with continued insulate liyi ut> and buildings:
anticipating a record demand for hot weather in Florida. Three of against cooling loss.
summer electricity use July 25 and FPL's 31 major generating units are Avoid using room air condi-
today (Thursday, July 26)) is asking out of service for repairs which has tioners; turn them off when leavingthe fashions
customers to voluntarily conserve left the utility with a narrow margin room or home.
power, especially in the hot afternoon of power production to fill high de Reduce the use of all non-
hours. mand. Efforts are under way to essential appliances, such as
Voluntary conservation coupled return units to service as soon as dishwashers and clothes dryers, The finest in Ladies fashions
with FPL plans to implement pre- possible FPL says.Conservation especially during the late afternoonand
arranged programs to reduce measures will help early evening.
business and residential demand, lessen the possibility of widespread Turn off all non-eas..nti'I! IiflinE Start Plaza 964-7651
should provide FPL with adequate electric power shortages In the eventof and electric appliances,such as pool
power reserves to meet customer any unforseen developments, sprinkler pumps. .
'Check "' '
needs. However, the possibility exists FPL says. to see that battery ; / :
that customers volun operated radios and flashlights are } :' ) !r1 f 1\ G:11r:
that more severe reduction FPL asks '<'' ; .,. {
measures may be required if elec- tarilyAdjust: available should they be needed. .'.. ." ; ; ) ....
ticity use rises higher than expectedor thermostats settings of -If someone in the home is: dependent I 25 to t" so% OffOW:1: I .
electric-powered life sustaining m
the unplanned loss of FPL airconditioners to 78 degrees or on ; I I11
generating units occurs. more, if health permits; keep room medical equipment, check; .. < ; ,
The previous peak summer demand temperatures constant until notified back up batteries. .' ,, ', >' $' >,,' .' <." ., "": ,..,, ;
of 13,425 megawatts was set that the energy shortage is over. Keep tuned to radio or lelevisior : '- .."/ (;.' ;,.:: j- :: } :; > .r.:};'; .
Aug. 7, 1989 and similar! use is ex Close curtains and blinds to help for further announcements. Skirts&SIacks:
Dresses"Blouses, : s!

I March Land Sales \

from page 11B 16, T7S, R20E, $6,500. Anne G. Hodge to Nelida R. and MasterCard & Visa Accepted /J
Pedro P Zamora, lot 5, Santa Fe
Herbert A. Green Jr. to Mary
ford Inc. parcel in lot 15, Keystone
Oaks, $12,500.Jack Ellen Peterson, lots 3 and 4, block 3, Acres, $10,500.
Courlnay and Associates, J.M. Johns Subdivision, City of
Inc. to Keystone Developers of Brad- Starke, $9,300.Ronnie .
ford, Inc. four tracts on SpeedvilleRoad C. Davis to Margaret D. .
$11,200. Rowe, lot 32 in NW/4 of NW/4, sec-
Beneficial Mortgage Co. of tion 32, T7S, R22E, $15,500.
Florida to Kevin John Kilbride, William M.and Betty Wayshner to
parcel off Griffis Loop, $22,000. Mickle and Susan Smith, parcel No. '.
Ronnie C. Davis to Jack L. and 5, at intersection of CR-225 and
Carole A. Kunselman, Jacksonville, CR-229, $12,300.
6.79 acres partly in lots 63 and 64, Joe D. and Clair D. Lazenby to
I Woodlawn, Section 18, T5S, R22E, Harold Wayne Starling,parcel in SE
$42,000. corner of S of NW/4 of SW/4 of
Keystone State Bank to Natalie Jo SEA, section 16, T6S, R22E, $4,800.
J Minor, Unit No.2,Geneva Randall L. Reddish to Thomas S. Hwy. 100 & 301 964-7200
Springs I, a condominium, $37,000. Stilt,portions of lots 1,2,3,4,block 39,
Billy J. and Julia E. Brannon to Johns Addition to Town of Starke, '.
Roy E. and Kay A. Murray, Bran- $39,500. .
non, Fl. lot 9 Deerfoot Trail, $25,000. Kermit H. Roller to Hardy W., Jr. .. >
west side """"'''''''''''''"''''' ""'
Dennis C. and Luann Taylor,5 acres, 100"1''
Franklin D. Harvey to
Nash, parcel between railroad and of Lawtey, $35,000. ""JlIIUIJII".IJ..IIIJ"'M.JI. !L CD SAfjfj; / r
CR-325, south of Hampton, $45,000. Mercer N. and Carloyn S. Elkinsto \ V
Glen E. and Charles E. Lourcey James E.Wainwright,Fl.McCoy, .
Jacksonville, to Mark James andDiana lot 11,Unit 5,Seminole Ridge,$6,500. )
Lynn Nicklas,4.59 acres in lot George and Dorothy Morgan,
12,Woodlawn, section 31,T5S, R22E, Cumberland N.J., to Steve L. ,,
$14,900. Whitehead lot 39, Oak Avenue,
Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Crystal Lake Homesites, $35,000. i mmv-imwmtmmxmmmsm ''
Dewey G. and Katherine L. Oliver, Gerald L.and Joan A. Crawford to > .<
parcel north side of Lawtey and east Kerry and Helen Whitford, Keystone :
of Railroad, $18,000.J. Heights, 5.4 acres at Theressa,
Brooks and Helen L. Brown to $21,000. : CORVETTE STING RAY 1984 Ford ,
Ben O. and Sharon L. Pacheco, Kenneth M. and Marla Dianne :
I Jacksonville, lot 11, Keystone Oaks LeNeave to Timothy and Viola Bar- 4x4 Truck ;
South, $2,000.Bradford bara Williams, lot 4, block E. All The Toys 5;
Land and Cattle Co.,Inc. Dalewood, $42,000. $1 995 New Tires & Wheels
I to Gerald Sheldon Parrish, lot 64, Wayne C. and Brenda C. Prevatt : Red Leather Interior MB ;
to Charles K. and Lori M. Williamson -
River Bend Estates, $12,000.
Charles Hornsby, Lee County, to 5 acres in lots 12 and 21, $5, 495f
Thomas Robert Peck, Ft. Meyers, Woodlawn, section 16, T5S, R22E, ,
1.4 acres in NWVi and NEV section $52,000.

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