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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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The first (tropical storm, Arthur, never made hurricane strength Hard N.w., . . . . ..3A
but dissipated in upper air turbulence In the eastern Mediterranean IdllorialiSaclati . . . .. .. ..4A
Sea. The second storm Bertha,barely a hurricane,had peak winds . . . .. .. .. S.iA7.IA
of 75 mph Is still churning in the north Atlantic, and is giving Logo) .. . . . . .. .
freighters there problems. Sperlt.. . . . ... .',10A

Our outlook is for little change with continued hot weather with k
scattered afternoon thundershowers and highs In the mid 90s with SECTION Bt II Pagn ctcrapb
lows in mid to low 70s. U.S. Ho.... Soc. . . . .. .ISIS t
The moon will be full August 6 SPCC Fall Sch.duUPaDoa . . .. j

Tides at St. Augustine will be high about 8 a.m. Saturday and 8:45 5.a..2$
a.m. Sunday. They will be low about 2:10: Saturdayand3pm.ArN.._. . .. .. .3.,7,'"
Sunday. p.m. Drug Conviction. . . . ....
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Sunrise Is at 6:49 this morning and will set at 8:21: this evening. Daath Raw U The I
Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
The day is 13h 32m long, as they shorter towards the fall Clo..lf/ed.. . . . ....JOB
equinox September 21. grow Obltvarl.. . . . . 12B huh Year STAKKK, Fl.nit 11M .1!"> (nils) < 'op\
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by Marcia Coodg time. Reddish was told to maintain the status Duncan emphasized that no new positionhas and new responsibilities i'1IheadministratlI' I

BCT Staff Writer quo for this year. been created, that he just transferred offices. Board Chairman Jimmy Scott sug I
duties from one position to another. No gesled that Duncan give the board members
Changes have been made in the respon- "When I indicated that the status quo would change of status or salary is involved. copies of the chart and that they hold a specialmeeting

DeFore Visits... sibilities of several school board ad- be kept down there, two or three days later Board member Evelyn Chastain said, "It's on the subject prior to the regular/
ministrative positions by Superintendent Jim changes were made," said Supt. Duncan told not the best situation when people are so upset Aug. 1:1 I: meeting i /
Sheriff Allison DeFore Candidate) Duncan who stepped in to alleviate problemsthat the school board Monday night, July 30 "Peo that they can't do their jobs. If you expect Hoard member Len Schlofman agreed, saying
for Lt. Governor on the Martinez had arisen at the operations center (bus ple were asked to do things they had not done poor Mr. Tanner (Gene) or Mr. McLeod for that tho change in the duties w 'isin ad

ticket, will be in town Friday, barn). before and some were asked to stop doing that matter, to work things out, good luck." mini"ti, ,,u1.n"'injp, and that the s( liool,) hoard
August 3 for a Dutch Treat lunch at Lennard Register, long-time Director of things they had been doing." McLeod said he would take on the responsibility '01!( 'I 1- ,, :Ih (JO'IC..
noon at the Western Steer Operations, retired June 30 and Mike Reddishwas Duncan said that situations had been and should be bringing Information \\i 11 ha n' siunc lie, ,is down there that
Steakhouse Public Is Invited. transferred to fill his position. created which he did not believe would work back to Duncan soon. "I've told them, all of in.edtolrt" ,,id Ire scd so idIuncanalthough

Reddish had requested that three and that he didn't want. He told the school them, that we've got to work together" he he st I .1.t .<) liK-daj thut( there is no real pro

Revival... employees of the operations center be board Monday, July 30, that he had decided to said.Duncan th'in with fn WilY ritddish. is performing as \
elevated to supervisory positions,with raises. transfer some of the responsibility tradi- said he would bring an organizational ducclor ol t opcialions I just felt thatic'cissigningsijmenl
The St. John Missionary Baptist The school board vetoed this, saying funds tionally held by the director of operations to chart to the board in the meeting for ,,""h.. re icsponsihility.. ap
Church holds a prayer service weren't available to cover this change at this Wayne McLeod, safety and energy officer. Aug. 13 to show them the chain of command prupi i"tie
nightly from 7-8 p.m. July 30 to

Aug. 3. Revival August 6-tOth -' ... .... .--- ...
beginning at 7 p.m. Rev. Joe
Cephus Johnson, Messenger, .rs.as+..,i School
Pastor Ebenezer Missionary Bap- Budget

tist Church, Hollandale. Rev. Her.
man Johnson, Pastor, Everyone Pco
cordially invited. 1'YCO f CA II

At 17 Million

LB Singles Club... CHO ? ;

Dancing and socializing Satur-

day, August 4, 8-12 p.m. at Lake
Butler Community Center. CAsualor
dressy attire. Admlssln $5. Live :; )rn .: Millage Up .3

Band. All singles over 21 Invited. f !

Gospel Sing... -

Church of God of Prophecy, Inc. A $17,682,664 school budget, tentatively lights ul Bradford High' 11 i VHMMiO;! '

Sat. Aug. 4, 7:30: p.m. Everyone adopted July 23. was of- project.Nor .
welcome. Pastor W.T. Laney, ficially approved 5.0 by School I is a down payment on tlu
964-7712. Board members Monday, July :10 $5UOooo computer project included
The budget includes a three-tenths in (the budget That will depend upon
Bible School... (.3)) of a mill increase, or some receiving some $40.000 in stategiant

The New River Congregational $80,000, to make the school board' monies, says Sup! Duncan
load Included in the budget I arc Hinds
discretionary property tax I 1019mills
Methodist Church has scheduled a
up from .719 mills The .3 mIll)) for four new school buses 'In'ec to he
Bible School for August 6-10 9 a.m.
increase enabled the school district purchased this year and one ordered
will be held
to 12 noon. Registration
to get $390,000 in new state monies last year and not jet delmied
4 with
Saturday, Aug. 3-6 p.m. a
from which all salaryn"rea\ es There are 37 school buses III the
homemade ice social.
cream
must come. The school boai'd's Bradford fleet A M>'passe'ngei tins
invited.SenlCr .
Everyone Is millage, broken down is: now costs $41.(100. compaieil! ''o,,
$34UOO last '. Duncan -aid. mil
s Local Effort. . . 5.853 ,'sen
Pictures... he hopes to t buy three mar hiis.next s
Dlicr.tlanary 1.019)

BHS Senior retake pictures will ,! Capital Outlay 1.500 Even year though the disll'II't niusi list
be made Wednesday to Friday, 8! Total . . . 8.372 buses with over too,000 miles. the
August 8-10 at the BHS auditorium,,, The 5,853 mills is the school older buses are still safe because it i
10-3 p m. Aug. 8 and 9 3 p.m: Aug board's base local required effoit. the excellent lob done /bRiailf., .id, I \
9-10. For Info, call Chrissie Naz- r aawi't' set by the state, to participate in the bus mechanics ways Supi Dum i":-
worth, 9644281. Florida Education Finance Program The mechanics! are Edwin Vicku\!
from which the board chief mechanic and Ronnie :Norman -
receives about 90 percent of its and l.acv
Charles 'owart. .
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BHS Band Camp... money. The 1.019 mills is a discretionary -
/ 8 Young
At Bradford High Band Hall. 4 11 levy required if the school Included in the budget is a list t ui I u
Mandatory for band seniors. 8 a.m district is to collect fully its share of building projects, totaling $1.448.(Hid
to 3 p.m. Aug. 13 thru 16. For infor state monies, Supt. Duncan explain Funds come from the state and the
matron call 96488740. ed. 1 5 discretionary mills. Major pro
The 1.5 mills of capital outlay
jests are:
monies is a discretionary l -vto .
.A new 6.classroominderal'l.! / "
Football Physicals... 1 + U. enable the school board to do various building tor Starke! Elementan oi
things for which state monies are insufficient .
built this it t
the same type past year
Coach David Hurse asks football
1 For instance, the $400<> .(Oo) Southside Elementary and budgetedat .
plalyers to have a preseason state grant to renovate the BUS gymis
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examination. To to player
physical not enough to complete the -
project old
,\ renovation of the :12 year
family physician or, Dr. Pete and the school board will haveto Schoolbudgeted .
Gianas will perform physicals for the with some $150.IHKI gym at Bradford High
sweeten pot thai
.I at $552,0(10) ) $4oo.(><>0 of
varsity and JV players at 9 a.m. to 200000. There would not be any
which (dm;
4 at his office. $10 ...Jik" is a special state grant
Saturday Aug. ... other source than the 1 5 disie t
this '
Bob Marlinedid not veto u ai
charge. Practice begins Aug. 15. tionary mills. And, for instance the third time it has been presented' h
funds to the
state capital outlay
in the state budget.
Special Olympics... Camp Chaos Day Made for Smooth transition... school district are insufficient to do A second and final public heatingon /
building projects such as last year at
7
the school budget is set al
A picnic is planned for all par- (Top) At left, customers of the now official First as a First Union employee. Southside Ele and the one set at new
10
ticipants in the Bradfo4rs County Union branch in Starke register for the door prizes (Bottom, left) Not many changes will be visible to Starke Elementary this year p.m. Sept will be
Special Olympics. It will be held given away Wednesday Aug. I, during Camp Chaos the customer. Few employee changes have been made Supt. Duncan says money
but he's looking for a good
Friday, Aug. 10, at Keystone Day. At center First Union's Human Resource Officer and familiar faces like that of Customer Service Of- The school board received 5 7 percent light !
Beach, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please cal Sally Hufner was in Starke from Jacksonville to help ficer Theresa Moyers will still be seen at First Union. in new state monies for the !cxi'!)! school year. Teachers return In
Johnnie Mse at Sunshine Industries out during the transition from Florida National to First (Bottom, right) Customer Maria Stephenson exits school year, compared to 10"( in work Aug 20, students Aug .27
(964-7699) if you plan to attend or Union. At right, Melissa Backus, daughter of one of the bank on Tuesday where both Florida National and fiscal 89-90 and 13% in 88 8'!)' And No shall has been cut in the new The
for information. First Union's tellers, waits to serve punch and First Union signs are visible. Tills Florida National Supt. Jim Duncan points out in the budget, Sup! Duncan notes the
teacher ratio will be about
refreshments to customers. In the background Safe sign Is the last one In Starke and will be coming down 90-91 budget much of the stale pupil-
Deposit Custodian Sherry Mack Is busy with her duties 1001I.It's money is categorized, limiting what same.
Grant Visits... the local board can spend it on. There is a /good bit ot movement
from one school to another b\

Representative Bill Grant will The new budget includes a three teachers transferring But there an j
visit Bradford County Thursday, First Union Here Nowby percent salary increase in the base few teacher openings other than III
August 9. He will be at the cour- salaries for administrative and mm specialty positions such as a
thouse from 10 to 11:30: a.m. in the instructional personnel listing guidance counselor at the Vo=l'eeh 1
Commission meeting room. At 1::30 Marcia Goodg, BCT Staff tional sign remains up on bank buildings, the one on the about $155,000. Teacher raises are Center and a speech therapist I a

he will tour Sunshine Industriesand Florida National customers in Starke don't need to main office building, and it will come down as soon as subject to collective bargaining just perennial problem.
will tour the shopping centers about changes due to the bank's recent merger workmen can get to it. getting under way. However, Supt. In fact, the !school system duesn t
after that, at Wal-Mart, Food Lion with worry First Union which became effective here this week, Anticipating no major problems, but knowing that any Duncan told school board members have open positions to employ all 1 the J j
and Winn-Dixie. said City Executive Officer Cindy Boatright on Tuesday, change this big is liable to cause some confusion, bank" July 30 that teacher salariescan't "... recent local education graduates j
since few changes will be visible to the average employees jokingly dubbed Aug. 1 "Camp Chaos Day. be much higher. The money says Supt. Duncan and some in-
Legion Auxiliary... very Decked out in appropriate camping gear and just isn't there." having to teach in adjoining cnunlx
customer. decorating the bank to \lift spirits which might become such Baker, Clay' or Union.
The American Legion Ladies Boatright has been at the Starke branch since March Responding to a system wide request as
ruffled during the major computer and other systems Duncan more /
classroom supply Supt. expects posi
coordinator for more
served
Auxiliary will meet Friday, August and before that she as area operations
changeovers, employees set out to make the transitionas the budget includes $10) tions to open up here as Alachua
new i
3 at 12 noon at the Post Home on for First Union in Gainesville. money, schools ind
painless as possible. student, from $3S last >ear. Counly builds more
branch closed at 2 per up
Edwards Road The Starke Florida National p.m.
With the computer system being changed, tellers had Not Included in the new budget I is teachers working here choose' to n-
urged to attend and morning,
All members are on Tuesday, July 31, reopened Wednesday slailium closer to home
and participate In electing officer! Aug. 1, as a First Union branch. Only one Florida Na- (See First Union..p.2A) replacement of the football main
and making plans for the 90-91


, fiscal Report year.Cords.Lunch.will. be provided Current TV Ad Doesn't Stretch the Truth Nelson Says I


Parents are required to pick up
I, their student's report cards at BHS Bill Nelson stands by his current weapons and the"only candidate not by many but changed his stance
advertisement which he's pro-choice, after he began running for governor
r so the student can register for the television afraid to say
appropriate courses in the fall. depicts the Democratic guber- because I trust the women of Martinez favors abortion only In
Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondaythru natorial candidate as author of the Florida." Nelson also says he Is "the cases of rape Incest and to save the 1+s16 ta.
Thursday. state's first growth management candidate standing up for growth life of the mother. Last year the ,
management" and has been governor tried unsuccessfully to impose
Girls Athletics... act.Nelson, from Palm Bay on the SE "fighting on that Issue ever since ( additional restrictions on abortion
! Florida coast, was in the Starke wrote this state's first growth in Florida.On t.:
All girls who plan to participateIn yesterday (Wednesday, Aug. Dfora management law."
athletic teams should growth management: Nelson,
school
Dutch treat dinner with the Kiwanis The St.Petersburg Times, saying
!
the Times states, was not yet in the
to the office of Dr. Pete
report Steer ads that bombard voters
Club at the Western political
Florida Legislature when in 1972
Gianis In Starke, for physicals, Steakhouse. Afterward Bradford will be described and analyzed, says lawmakers enacted the law that
4 starting at 1:31: <
Saturday. August campaign manager Len Schlofman the TV ad "repeats three familiar '
some consider the state's first
p.m. Forms can be picked up at th, brought Nelson by the offices of the Nelson themes, and stretches the growth management acta

field house prior to the physical. Telegraph and the School Board."I truth in all three cases." measure requiring statewide comprehensive 1 -

School Starts... won't let them take that away On assault weapons: Nelson planning and state con- .
"
from me, said Nelson of a Spot acknowleges that both opponents, trol over developments of regional
Aug. 27 is the first day of the Check the St.Petersburg Times ran Lawton Chiles and Gov. Bob Martinez impact. The 1975 law mandating V g
1990-91 school year In Bradford Tuesday, July 31, analyzing the TV opposed assault weapons but county land-use planning that ,,
County. Bus routes will be same aa ad Nelson Is currently running. The says neither has promised to fight Nelson takes credit for writing had .
at the end of last year. viewer sees Nelson saying 'elec.tlons for legislation to outlaw such several champions, the
Teachers report Aug. 22. are about the future, not the automatic weapons.On St.Petersburg Times said. Among
past." He also states "What matters them were then Gov, Reubln Askew
Chamber Mixer... Isn't where we walk, but where we abortion: Nelson says he's the and then Sen. Buddy MacKay, nowChiles'
stand. The Petersburg Times only cabdudate using the words"prochoice. running mate. Nelson, the
Tuesday August 28, at the First also has
But Chiles
National Bank of Bradford, W. calls the statement a "thinly veiled Times states, had moved to Con-
Madison Street. PrudenUal-Bache criticism" of the fame Lawton said he would veto any legislation gress when, in 1985, the Legislature I
Inc. host. Bring Chiles gained walking across restricting a woman s passed the measure that most now .
Securities, as a -
Florida. choose. Nelson, the Times forceful sayshasn't call the state's growth managementlaw. Hill Nelson, DC mm.111 lie 'a..hll.ll' fur Omrrnor, Is greeted by Brad
in the TV ml then ho always been such a the law dutch treat luncheon at the
Worth Nelson, says Attempts to weaken ford Commissioner Marie Carter, Jr. at a
..I See Noting..p,3.\1, Is the "only candidate i inimtttrd, champion of abortion rights. He Western Steer Steakhouse In Slarke. W'clnl'scl..y.ulCusll..
|/ to fight against the salo of assault once was considered anti-abortion (See Nelson..P.2A: ) J
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. Rogers Seeks City Seat 3 Races Set in Starlce Election

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MS jean. Rogers, a three-year MS. Rogers has worked as a A third Starke race deveT-ped last cumbent Ed Wall.And funeral home Biggs, 63, has served:council.five He terms was
Starke resident, has qualified for the payroll clerk with Schrader In- Thursday July 26, when newcomer owner/director, -Steve Futch 10 years, on the Currently
District 3 seat on the City Commission dustries, a large firm outside Jean Rogers qualified for the Dist.3 qualified to challenge four term. In- chief of police 1967-69.enthusiast, has
of Starke. Raleigh; as a secretary with Norton council teat cumbent Bobby Biggs. Biggs Is a race horse and
Incumbent in the District 3 seat is Lilly Steamship Agents, as a legal Rogers Is challenging Dist. 3 in- Schaefer, 62, won his first council operated an auto body shop
three term Commissioner Travis secretary for an attorney and a cumuent Commissioner Travis seat In 1972, defeating IncumbentW.E. laudrles 10
term,
Woods.Ms. Superior Court judge and a civil Woods of Saratoga Heights, a (Billy) Noegel. In 1978 Woods 49, Is a five council. He year Is adriver's
Rogers and husband, Fred, engineer and accountant, as a 10-year veteran on the council. Mrs. Schaefer lost his seat to Ted veteran on the examiner for then
moved to Starke in 1985 and boughtthe substitute teacher in grades K-12, as .... Rogers, 60, has lived on Walnut Oglesby, a vo-tech school ad- of license Motor Vehicles.
home of Aunt Bessie Smith, her a school district payroll clerk, as a Street since she and her husband, ministrator. The next election, in ; i i inn
mother's sister. They retired from school secretary, as a student work- --=- Fred, retired and moved to Starke in 1979, Schaefer switched groups and
South Carolina where Fred Rogerswas study coordinator. She Is an aide to 1965. Ms. Rogers is the aide to Dr. ran against Incumbent Joe Warren, Futch and Ms. Rogers are
a school administrator there Dr. April O'Connell's at the SFCC April O'Connell at the SF'CC Starke won another seat, and served on the newcomers to Starke politics.
and in North Carolina for 33 years. Andrews Center in Starke."I Center. council until retiring In 1989. The Sept. 11 election will be
Ms. Rogers grew up in an orphanage Schaefer has served 16 years on Starke's first under the single
for 15 years,and graduatedfrom am a people person," says !Ms. The District 3 race was a surprise. the council, has been chairman and member districts ordered by the
high school in the Methodist Rogers. "My energies flourish while Two races had developed the mayor of Starke some half a dozen U.S.District Court In Jacksonville.
Orphanage High School in Raleigh interacting with the people, to en- previous week when veteran city times, as he was in 1969 when he. The Bradford Chapter of the NAACP
N.C. in 1948. She attended High Point courage them to achieve their Ir + councilman Charles Schaefer, who retired. sued the city and won a suit for a
College in N.C. for two years, and highest hopes and dreams. had resigned his seat to mako room Wall, 43, an Investigator with the black to be represented on the coun-
took additional work at Western 'It will be an honor to serve the for a black district in 1989, announced public defender's office here,is com- ty and for the establishment of a
Carolina University while working people of District 3 as their councilwoman I I he will challenge first term in- ,."Us l: hi.. f'.ntt !-r m on th. rminHl black majority v"tlng district.
in the Student Financial Aid Office. I ask the people of
She studied real estate in Columbia, District 3 to support me for that .,,; It's Starke
n
First Union Here in
S.C. and was a licensed real estate council seat. I am capable and eagerto J. Officially
agent before retiring and moving to serve you. I hope to talk and meet on RogerD.3 11-... A V
Florida.. with each of you. It.... Council CwtdMot vm page 1''' possibly causing any inconvenience to the customer Is

to get used to the new system and new forms, but no the fact that for the time being, payments on Florida
other problems should arise, said Boatright. Most Credit, Executive Credit or equity accounts will no
. changes which will be obvious to the customer should be longer be automatically deducted from the customer's
Employee Drug Testing Proposed for StarkeThe positive changes, she said. checking account. Bills will be sent for these paymentsto
"People won't see a lot of new faces, we don't plan a the customer's mailing address.
Code of Federal Regulations, all city employees, including lion. A second test will be given at employees or anything like that.The This slight inconvenience is only temporary,however.In .
Title 49, part 199 sets fourth rules for himself, be tested randomly, by a the end of the probation period (six ple who have been serving them will continue to serve September these payments will go back to being
natural gas facilities to develop an computer generated selection of 50 months), A negative test is required them," she said. automatically deducted from the customer's checking
anti-drug program. percent of the employees every before an employee can be made Florida National customers have received numerous account.
Part 199 CFR "requires operatorsof year. permanent. letters concerning the merger and changes connected to Positive changes which came as a result of the merger
gas and hazardous liquid Random testing will be done it in past months. Most customers have received a green were numerous. One example is the First Union policyto
pipelines and liquefied natural gas The Starke Plan... throughout the year, using a 50 per- First Union automatic teller card this week to replacethe offer an automatic extension each year to customerswith
facilities to have an anti-drug pro- The personnel director will be cent sample of all employees, in- brown Florida National card. loan accounts. Many customers who have paid
gram for persons who perform on responsible for scheduling, record cluding full-time,part-time and tem- The Florida National card will continue to work In the their loan accounts and with whom the bank has had no
these facililtiles operating, keeping and administration of drug porary employees. Employees to be teller machine until 5 a.m. Friday, Aug. 3. Boatright ad- previous trouble,have already received a letter offering
maintenance or emergency- testing for the city. Records will be tested will be selected by a computer vised customers not to destroy their Florida National them an extension.
"
response functions... kept in a separate locked file and generated process using payroll card until then. Customers should also check their First
"Testing under part 199 is to be privacy and confidentiality will be identification numbers. Union automatic teller cards and make certain that they Boatright said that it Is First Union's policy to offer
conducted prior to employment, maintained at all times. Test results Post accident testing will be required work properly with the same personal identification the extensions twice each year, once during the summer
after an accident, randomly" and will not be part of the personnel file of employees involved In a number. Customers with problems should contact the and once around Christmas. However, if the customer
upon reasonable cause, says the and will be known only to the In- 'significant" accident within 32 bank immediately.Customers chooses to accept one of the extensions, no other will be
U.S. Department of Transportation. dividual and the personnel director. hours of the accident. Refusal to will be able to use their First Union teller offered until the next year.
Compliance is mandated by August undergo the test will result ia that cards In more places than they could use the Florida Na- "We like to help people have a little extra cash when
21, 1990. A licensed physician will be employee being removed from duty tional card. The First Union cards make It possible to they need it, like at Christmas or during vacation time,"
In addition, each employer must designated as a Medical Review Of as an employee." make withdrawls from any Honor or Plus System teller she said.
provide an assistance program to ficer. His primary duty will be to Reasonable cause testing will be machine and are also fully functional in any First Union Boatwright noted that Florida National banks in three
educate personnel about prohibited review and interpret positive test required when there is reason to teller machine in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, other areas in Florida have already undergone the tran-
drugs, the policy against their use, results to determine whether a believe the employee is using a prohibited North Carolina or Tennessee. sition and that problems which arose during those
the help that is available and train- legitimate explanation could ac- drug. Specific indicators According to Boatwright, customers can also write a changeovers have already been foreseen and corrected
ing for supervisors in indications of count for the positive result.If such as repeated errors on the job, personal check at any branch in those states up to an here.
drug use. an employee refuses a drug test rule violations, unsatisfactory time amount of $200 (with two forms of identification.) Some 32 Florida National branch banks in north
The city of Starke proposal Includes or fails a drug test because of prohibited and attendance patterns coupled Presently, it is against federal law for deposits to be Florida were converted this week, with a total of about
plans to provide a drug drug use, the city may not with a specific event that indicates made across state lines, that is; a First Union customer 110,000 customer accounts. These are the last branchesin
rehabilitation program for knowingly use that individual as an drug use could provide reasonablecause with a home bank in Florida cannot make a deposit to Florida to be converted. There will now be a total of
employees who need help, accordingto employee until he/she has suc- to test for (drug use. their home account at a First Union bank In Georgia.The 346 offices throughout Florida where First Union
Operations Director Bill Weldon, cessfully completed a rehabilitation Return to duty testing must be checks and deposit slips which have Florida National customers can do business.
and will return them to duty upon program, been recommended for given after an employee completes on them will still be usable indefinitely, Boatrightsaid. "There may be some problem In the mass mailing of
successful completion of the return to duty by the personnel rehabilitation treatment in additionto Any checks or deposit; slips that are reordered will the new teller cards, for example, we might not have a
rehabilitation program. director and passed a drug test. being subject to the other types of automatically; come with the First Union logo on them. current address on some customers, but other than thatI
Only three employees of the testing. This period of unannounced If at some time in the future, the bank stops using the foresee no problems," she said.
Starke city work force are directly Types of Testing... testing can last up to five years, and Florida National checks completely, the company will Any change in interest rates, policies or personnel had
assigned to natural gas operations, Pre-employment testing will be a one year Is considered a reasonable buy any of the old checks back. been made in February. "We don't anticipate any other
said Weldon, but he is proposing that part of the initial physical 1 examina- minimum time. The only difference Boatright could identify as change," Boatwright said.





I Nelson .' : ':- County Whacking Mightily, ;But :Not: There Yetfrom

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( page IA) cond Going job. to solve the state's crime Oh, for a utility system from millage levy. By then Clerk Ray iMurinuuluiyscourthouse T--.l- : '- -( i talked;labout' financing':'the'"new;' :

have been thwarted by Gov. Martinez plague by establishing youth camps. which to transfer money from Brad- Norman and CPA Pat Farnsworth officials will have to rescue unit, but have made no firm
For what he called "children at ford County commissioners wIsh. In- hope to have better figures on ex- "bite the bullet," that the 90-91 decision.
Nelson said Wednesday he is the risk," Nelson advocates first spen- stead, they've had to sharpen their pected income from the state, and budget will be extremely tight. Car-
author of the Local Government ding money on Head Start and pre-K pencils. whatever carryover there is, by 7:30: ryover funds will be small, becausethe
Comprehensive Planning Act of sometimes in hunks has been using what Going back to the 89-90 budget will
programs. Cutting, huge pm. today (Thursday, Aug. 2) when county
1975, a law which called for each .Planning to invest in education to on $8.5 million in requests, $1.5 commissioners again are due to would ordinarily be left over to leave the county a revenue shortfallof
county to develop a comprehensiveland cut down on the state's drop out rate, million of which is over last year, tackle the budget deficit.So cover expenses.For around $1 million Clerk Norman
use plan. The law was amended said to be the highest in the nation."We've Bradford commissioners trimmed a far, commissioners have work- says. If, Norman says, $300,000 in
10 years later, in 1985, Nelson said, $2.3 million budget deficit to$760,000in ed without knowing what has been new state monies can be found,
and evolved into the state's growth two workshops this past week. spent in the first nine months of example, there won't be two numbers that can be counted on; if
management law. got the surge going, That will have to be made up for fiscal year. Commissioners have on- new deputies with cars or a new the county can get by without bor-
Speaking to some 100 persons at Nelson" said. "You've got to do the with increased incomewith a combination ly the amounts budgeted in fiscal employee at the jail for the Sheriff'sDepartment. rowing $350,000, and if the commis-
the steakhouse, candidate stated his rest. of increased fees from the 89-90 and what is requested for 9091. The Fine and sion levies 1.5 mills of new taxes,
often themes. Gov. Martinez will be well Forfeiture Fund from the the which bring in $415,000, the budgetcan
repeated campaign state, from carryover funds, and Every budget workshop Clerk Nor- ,
well financed and will
organized, ,
said he's sheriff is funded has be balanced.
Nelson : from increased property taxes. man says he hopes to have the a $736,460
out whoever is
Climbing in the polls, gaining on come strong against revenue shortfall.No .
Gradually, commissioners are figures at the next meeting.The .
Lawton Chiles. the Democratic candidate Nelson Increasing taxes 1.5 mills would
cutting back to 89-90 spending levels.
For increasing salaries of state said.Nelson funds into cost a homeowner with a home
Even that leaves a sizable deficit. are put the solid
prison employees, recalling talkingto asks that voters "size me clerk says he's tired of soun- waste budget to pay for an engineerIng assessed at $50,000, thus paying
one correctional officer who earn- up." Nelson promises to be a ding defensive about the computerand study on how to handle the well taxes on $25,000, after the $25,000
ed $16,000, had a wife who didn't govenor who leads legislature, not How much property tax will go up feels like taking a double bar- contamination problem found at the homestead exemption is deducted, is
work outside the home, and sup- one to allows the legislature to lead depends on the amount of carryover relled shotgun and ending the com- main landfill. an additional $37.50 in property tax.
plimented his state salary with a se- him. funds and increases from state puter's misery. CommissionerWilber and would be a 23 percent increase.
sources. Waters said he'll join Nor-
Commissioners have until Mon- man in using the shotgun on the Nix- The emergency medical services "By Thursday,we may have a bet
BEARY SPECIAL KIDS day, Aug. 6, to decide on the 1990-91 dorf computer. budget has a revenue shortfall of ter handle on the carryover, but you
$284,481. It looks as if a new rescue guys will be barefooted," CPA Farn-
301 S. NEXT TO MOSLEY TIRE unit, badly needed, will have to wait sworth told commissioners Monday

OPEN AUG. 1 I another year. Commissioners have night, July 30. i

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. N'Jl'g: Brooker More Likely Than Ever to Get



Community Development. Block Grant


(from page iA) Tough Lov.... advertise their Intention to apply for means the funds available should sidered as the company to oveiaee

friend or co-worker. The food and Tough Love, a parents support by Marcia Good,. the grant so that either firm would nearly double. the grant project.
refreshment will be great! group meets every Thursday evenIng KT ftett Writer have enough time to complete the Webb said that although the grant "Where Is the profit in this for
at 7 p.m., In the Presbyterian Brooker may have a much better lengthy and Involved application.In will provide funds for things like you?" asked Councllmember Jim
Festival of the Arts... Church on East Call St.. including chance at a Community Develop- the past, said Webb, Brooker's sewer and water Improvements, the Bryant "If you are awarded the
The holidays. ment Block Grant (CDBG) for chances at the grant have not been requirements for those types of grant, we would like the opportunityto
Santa Fe
needs Community College Dealing with problems In family neighborhood revitalization after re- good, but this year the rules have grants would be difficult for Brookerto compete with other companies for
Starke workers for the 5th annual relationships, especially between cent changes In the way project ap- been changed. Each year the project meet. The funding category the right to administer the grant,"
Festival of the Arts, set for parents and adolescents and older plications are ranked.A applications are ranked according to Brooker would be most eligible for is said Webb.If .
call October 27 & 28. If you can help, children. Tough Love is a self-help maximum of $350.000 could be a point system. This year, cities neighborhood revitillzation or hous- Brooker is awarded the grant In-
SFCC
at 964-5382 or the program sponsored by the church. coming Brooker's way for use in which have had projects before will ing rehabilitation, or a combinationof volving housing rehabilitation, the
Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278. Everyone welcome.there Is no rehabilitating old houses within the have points deducted from their both. company administering the grant

To Vote!I... charge to participate. city limits, if the grant Is funded, score. Also, any city which has a Housing rehabilitation would involve would receive 15 percent of the grant
Register said Bob Webb, a representative of grant project that is not finished at renovating houses in the funds. (On the maximum of$350,000,
Registration books close August 6 Gator Boosters... Fred Fox Enterprises of Palatka, a the time of this round of grant application Brooker area. Neghborhood this would total about $52,500.)
for this fall's Primary elections. Plans company which writes and administers will be ineligible. revitilization generally involves The percentage is set by the state
have been
made for fan-
Registrations can be made at three tastic fun filled, as well Gator a grants for cities and coun- Webb said that these two demolition and replacement of and is higher on housing rehabilitation -
locations next week. Informed as measures will exclude a lot of cities houses, Webb said. The houses eligi- than on other types of projects.
for the Starke Gator ties.Brooker
At Ace Hardware, Thursday and Quarterback year Club. is considering offers from who are often seen at the top of the ble would have to be owned by people Since it generally costs more moneyto
First
Friday Aug. 2 & 3, 9a.m. to 5 p.m.; will be meeting two separate companies who will grant fund listing and improve the earning low to moderate income renovate a house than to build
Sept.6 at the fairgrounds.Call .
at the Chamber of Commerce Mon- 964-6911 write the application and administerthe chances of cities like Brooker who levels. one, and requires more manpower,
day thru Friday July 30-Aug. 3, or 964-7451 for infor- for them the state allows
mation and grant should they are often ranked much lower. a higher percentageof
reservations to follow
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; inside Wal-Mart the Caters to Alabama, Tennesseeand decide to apply. Webb from Fred Besides the rule changes, Webb The CDBG is a 100 percent funded administration costs for this type
store, Saturday, Aug. 4, 10 a.m. till Kentucky. Reminder! Dues are Fox Enterprises and Bud Clark of also told the council that nearly grant, meaning that the city would of grant.
3 p.m. due now!. Mall to P.O. Box 417. Clark Roumelis and Associates bothtalked twice as much total grant money have almost no expense connectedwith
Class of with the Brooker city council will be available to cities this year. it. Webb noted that the city will Webb urged the council to makeIts
BHS 1970... during a special meeting held Monday The grant program usually runs one have to pay the advertising costs, a decision soon, since the grant
Festivities for the 20 year reunionof Candy Stripers... .July 30. year behind,that is,money received minimal amount, and might have to deadline is Oct. 1 and it takes some
the BHS Class of 1970 is scheduled Applications for Candy Stripersto Into the program this year is not pay for an audit at the end of the pro- time to complete the application.The .
for Friday and Saturday nights work as volunteers may be pick- The council made no decision paid out until next year. ject, if It is funded (about application process would takea
October 26-27. All graduates are ed up at the Information Desk Monday night, choosing to postpone The Department of Housing and $1,000-$1,500 Webb estimated.) couple of months, he said.
strongly urged to send in their Bradford Hospital. discussion until: the regular council Urban Development (HUD) is Both companies offered to file the Webb estimated that if Brookerwas
reservation forms and money to meeting,July 14. The council will be pressuring the state to spend all the grant application free of charge, in funded, about 14 houses in the
Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help Sales Seminar... asked to decide whether or not to money in thin fund said Webb Thin exchange for the right to be con- BrooKer area could be refurbished. &

cover Please the send costs$40 of the per reunion.couple or$20 "The Basics of Successful Sell- Starke Zoning! Board Has Small ;!endiinouHII.'1

per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, Ing",a seminar by Jerry Hines, Is
RFD 5, Box 7641, Starke, 32091. scheduled for August 14. 7 to 10 ---0 o _
The next meeting of the planning p.m. at the Andrews Center Board By Joe Cissy special exceptions to already ex- action was not possible at this $624,658 in new construction plannedfor
committee Is scheduled for Tues- Room. Cost Is $25. Sponsors are the isting zoning categories.All meeting. The meeting will be the month of July,with$2,954 col-
day, Aug. 7, at 7:30 p.m., at the Santa Fe Community College and BCT Staff Starke WriterThe Board three requests were reportedto reconvened at a later time, as soon lected In fees and 65 permits issued
home of Cindy Futch, 403 S. Cherry the Chamber of Commerce. Zoning con the Board of Adjustment with a as possible. during the period. I
sidered three items at its July 26
recommendation for approval.The Director's Report... Starke is growing, more dollarsare
St.For additional information, call Upcoming... meeting.No Board of Adjustment, being put on the tax rolls, said
to to the The director's for activities
present object
Cindy, ph. 964-8953, of David Public meetings scheduled in the changes.one was All three were requests for however, which was to meet immediately nf F thn StnrlrA, Zoni report'nais nffl U111W A indicateThe Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal.
Kirkland 473-2372. after the zoning board,
ph. coming weeks are:
minor
changes, requiring only
The Bradford County Commission failed to muster a quorum, so final UF .
BHS Alumni... meets at 9:30: a.m. Monday First In N. River Tourney oJ

BHS alumni are planning a August 6 at the Commission First Baptist Church of 6-2. Later in the evening FBCL lost
centennial celebration of Bradford meeting room at the courthouse.The NoticeNOTICE I Lawtey (FBCL) won first place at to the Suburban Cleaners 4-3 and
High School, which will be 100 Starke City Council meets Legal the 2nd Annual New River Correc- then won against the Suburban
years old in 1991. Tuesday. August at 7:30 p.m. at tional Institution Softball Tourna- Cleaners 8-7 to give FBCL first
A new 'B' Book will be published.If City Hall. ment in Lake Butler played Saturday place.
you have any pictures and an- The Raiford City Council meets application at their regularly scheduled July 28. Most Valuable Player Trophy and
nuals that you would like to donateor Monday, August 13 at 7:30: p.m. at PAUL A IRENE FAULKNER hove mad meeting on Tuesday August 30, 1990 at It was an American Softball honors went to Curtis Crawford.The .
loan to us, please send to Alumni Raiford City HaU. application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 7:00: p.m. In the Council Room of Starke Association(ASA)sanctioned event, First Baptist Church of
Association or call Linda The Brooker City Council meets 9 for a Youth Group Living Facility, to the City Hall, 209 N. Thompson St.. Starke. and a double elimination event. Lawtey will be competing at the
Hildebran-964-6800. If your name Tuesday, August 14,7:30 p.m. at Bradford County Board of Adjustment on Florida. That morning at 8 a.m. FBCL won State Championships to be held in
was left out of athe B' Book pleaselet Brooker City Hall. prop.rty that It claialfled RMF-2 and Those persons, groups or agencies by forfeit against Cue Lake. That Tallahassee August 3-5. All fans are
us know. Plans are for the new The Hampton City Council meets described below: who have Interest In prop.rty adjacent afternoon FBCL beat the Starke encouraged to come and supuportthe
book to have more history and pic- Tuesday. August 14, 7p.m. at Parcel No. 02217-0-00000, Section 16 to or In close proximity to the proposed Stars 12-0 and the Starke Merchants team.
tures of our school and community.The Hampton City HaU. Township 6 S., Rang.22 E. located N. US site, or who hove other evidence to present ;
BHS Alumni Association Is NRSWA has scheduled its next 301 50O1- from Starke City Limit on should app.ar and be heard at the -
sponsoring a membership drive. meeting for 7:30: p.m. August 14 at w..t Side. times and place prescribed. Anyone who
Join today. If your membership has the Bradford County courthouse. This proposed request for a Special wishes a verbatim transcript of these
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues The Bradford County Commis- Exception Is iubect| to a public hearingto proceedings shall b. responsible for NOTICEREGISTER
are $5. Send checks to Alumni sion meets Wednesday, August 15, b. held before Bradford County Zon- their own arrangements.
Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke, 7:30 p.m. at the courthouse.The ing Board on Thursday August 23 1990 Darrell O'Neal
32091. Dale Brown, President. Starke City Council meets at 7:00 p.m. In the Council Room of Zoning Administrative
Tuesday August 21,7:30 p.m. at Starke City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Official
301 Light... City hall.ThrBF1l. Street Starke, Florida. Th. Zoning 11chg S/02: Cant.561
"" .. ,, iford qountyScjiool; ? ,, toarcCWUPmoke' rcDftiie d A traffic" light 8n USI'It tilt} a tJ'd 'f .
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Board meets Tuesday,August 27. Tp.m. Bradford Board of Adiuit'm.nt \ > .1' P. 1l.... ...
the CountY ..
Deerfoot Village shopping center at the District Office. -
who will take flnnl nrtinn on this
exit will be Installed soon a DOT ., The Bradford County Zoning

spokesman has told County Clerk Board meets Tuesday August. 28, 7 .* Sdt. ((';; n .s U.11' TO VOTE
Ray Norman. No time table Is p.m. at City Hall. JI isayd
available at this time. The Bradford County Commis- sc. sd.srrev
sion has set the first public hearingon .s- Sd:.
Ce $sy
BHS Class of 1980... i
its budget for Thursday, August .
The BItS Class of 1980 reunion Is 30,7:30 p.m. at the commission f1I.4 G3.-a r.Y
set for August 11, 1990. All class meeting room In the courthouse. Sod.PYr..ersac. Books
members and their guests are The Starke Zoning Board meets _A/a. .. Registration
welcome. Call 964-7475 for informa- Thursday August 30, 7 p.m. in City
tion and reservations. Hall. J.I7 S. 1990BLBCTION Close For

AA"'A" A A A & & . & A ,,41\0.

? I. Versos D. Silcos. Najar-Coealaalaaar of the City 1st and 2nd Primaries
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL ef Starka, Florida, kj virtue of the authority *aatadla
-e ar lav. .a held at tka City Ball la the aforaaald City of
.aallfla voters ea Tuesday Saataaaar 11, 1990, A.D., for
Northside Baptist Church the furies of alaetlag the follovloi offlearai A s 1I

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a / 3r* day of July, 1990. A.D. Neva Flynn

Supervisor of Elections
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Come to the Place Where Friendship Grows -
LIIDA .. WISE. CITT CLERK
August 6. 10, 7:00 pm 9:00 pmA ..

prize will be given to those who color and returp this

picture on the first day Vacation Bible School This is my family.I .

Call 964-7124 for more informationVacation 1

James Cowsrt, Pastor
about their
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I future.



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., Bradford County are
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Greg Alvarez Jesse,Whitney Kris Alvarez


Bible School at I'm a Family Man and I Care About My Family.I L


Evergreen Baptist Church Care About TOUR Family, Too.


August 6-10 6:30 pm 9:00 pm
GREG ALVAREZ THE RIGHT CHOICE

8 Mi. W. of Lawtey on SR 125

SHARE HOPE: Reach Through Vacation Bible School AlvtnzCOUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 2 Dem.August2 .
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Page 4/\ TKLKGKAl'll Au! UKl 2, 1990ThoseMvsterious!

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; UFOs Are Back in the' ,News Again'N: {[-

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As far back as July 1914 The
Check it up to summer heal, brain- Breeze got national attention when six Telegraph carried the following item Put on your seat belt,

draining humidity, or visionary trips to U.S. soldiers interested in UFOs slipped under the heading "OMEN OF EVIL":

escape vacation boredom -- but the away from an Army Intelligence "A trio of meteors flashed across the we're to lam?
country is off on another UFO flight of brigate in West Germany and made it sky over Starke Tuesday night at 7:30, ready
fact or fancy. This time attention is to the meeting because they thought the lighting up the whole dome of the
centered on the Gulf Coast town of Gulf world was coming to an end and that heavens. One of the meteors was of in Cooter Pond
unusual size and brilliance, and accompanied -
was
in spaceship.Their .
which is Jesus would return a
Breeze near Pensacola rapidIv by two smaller bodies. After
gaining unwanted publicity as the na- arrest was reported by The the disappearance in the west, a low
tion's UFO (Unidentified Flying Object Miami Herald which referred to Gulf strange rumbling was heard for severalseconds.

) center.It Breeze as "America's Flying Saucer The phenomenon caused some
Spaceport". alarm among the people,some of whom
isn't a title that the town is seekingand regarded it as an omen of evil."

the mayor fears Gulf Breeze is This touched off a stampede of TV Several weeks later In its Issue of

becoming the nation's laughing stock reporters and photographers with pro- Aug. 14, 1914, The Telegraph carried
because of what he considers aprankster's grams televised on Unsolved this puzzling item in its Clay Hill News

hoax. On the other hand, Mysteries, A Current Affair, and Inside rnliifnn*
some Gulf Breeze businesses welcomethe Edition. The notoriety brought an influxof A STARTLING SKY WONDER

influx of sightseers that are flocking curiosity-seekers, and merchants "East of Mr. Hudson's, north of Mr. G
there as a result of the national atten- benefitted from the sale of UFO books, Lang's west of Mr. Strickland's, and
is like it not. T-shirts and other gimmicks. south of Mr. Taylor's appears to be a 1 Jed
tion the town receiving, or jewelry, marvelous light at times. It seems as if Cr Co 4

Gulf Breeze hit the national airwavestw it is riding in four-wheel chariots over
There is new under the sun
nothing rigid potato beds, westward bound, un-
years ago after sightings of uniden- (or under the moon, for that matter) til at last it takes a smooth, straight
tified flying objects were reported. In- and UFOs have been around for a long flight into the far west. at a slow speed in a southeasterly (that they were UFOs.

terest in these real (or imagined) time early-on they were direction. The light was a searchlightand There has been much study of UFOsin
although "Now and then one says it Is a star, was directed toward the ground,
sightings were recently revived when known as "flying saucers" or, simply another an airship, another a Jack-o- brightly illuminating a circle about 60 the last half century by leading scientists
the Mutual UFO Network; held its an- identified as brightly lighted objects in Lantern.The writer does not know whatit feet in diameter. It is supposed that the but there has been no actual proof
nual symposium in Pensacola Gulf the sky. is. If anyone wishes to see it,just look object was one of those airplanes from that any of the objects sighted were
into the west about 8 o'clock at night, the Pensacola station on a journey to manned by beings from outer space.
and then, if you know and can, pleasetell the East Coast. So far as known, this is Three or four decades of study have

.. .. .. .. "" us." the first time such a machine has shown that over 90 percent of UFO
: ; I Two years after the Clay Hill sightingThe visited Starke." of be natural explained as misidentification -

:; fjiiil I : Rii, ) s; : Telegraph in its issue of Jan. 21, In the late 1970s a member of the phenomena, or as outright or manmade hoaxes

m ".. ". .,,1.... ...,. '. .H. .. . 1916, carried the following story: County Zoning Board on his way to perpetrated by some J publicity-seeker.;
,. ... ... ,, .... .. . ... .. ,, .. . J MYSTERIOUS OBJECT Starke for a meeting, reported seeing a A lot of the "sightings are attributedto
SIGHTED HERE brilliantly lighted object hovering ordinary people who see what they
about 300 feet above the road while take to be extraordinary things, but
"E. Frank Chase who lives
northwest between Graham and Starke to to be
of Starke, is an early riser. driving prove only ordinary things, suchas
attend a Vo-Tech class. Mr. Lang'ord flares, spotlights, or brightly lighted
he at 4
Tourism Tax Offers OpportunityTo o'clock Wednesday and went morning out to get got some up wood. drove into the lighted area, stopped his planes or balloons.
truck and got out. About that time the
Fund Promotion of BradfordAn from He heard an a automobile.strange purring The noise noise as was 1! object starting rising,making a strange Some leading scientists, however,

overhead, and looking he saw a pulsating noise while rising to about still see a challenging mystery to be
bright light emanating from up an.object 3,000 feet before the red, white, and solved in the sighting of UFOs. Those
whose shape could not be clearly made orange lights went out. who have seen-or think they have seen
opportunity to obtain funds for bet- sidered one of the most outstanding to be out. Several other mysterious"sightings" these mysterious objects will no doubt

ter promotion of Bradford County will be staged by any small county in the State. "The machine was less than a have been reported in this area over the tinue.agree that scientific studies should con-

presented to the voters in the September quarter mile above the earth and mov- veers but so far there has been no proof
4 First Primary. Funds raised from the special tourist

tax levy are restricted for use in funding,
These funds will from
come a proposedtwo
supervising, and promoting tourism
percent tax on hotel and motel room ]] and
locally statewide. Permitted
these rentals facilities.to be paid Bradford by the County occupants is of cover the cost of preparation uses and Former Starke Businessman Included
way
distribution of printed matter and adver-

which behind is in tapping this source of revenue tising media such as road maps, direc- Jacksonville's Ten LeadersCharles
already being collected by mostof tories, billboards, banners and tourist Among Top

our neighboring counties, as well as souvenirs depicting attractions in Brad-
those in
Central and South Florida. ford County.
Sawyer, president of Sawyer
The two percent levy is hardly enough The tourism tax is more important now Heating and Air Conditioning of Starke,
to cause any complaints from tourists. It than ever due to the opening next and Sawyer Gas Company of Jackson-
would cost a room renter only 80 cents on ville, has been listed by the Florida
November of the World War II Memorialand
a $40 room-less than the $1 tip that is Times-Union as Number 5 among
Museum at Camp Blanding, which Jacksonville's ten"most powerful"and
voluntarily left by many tourists and will attract tourists to this area from all influential businessmen.
others
on the average meal. parts of the country. Many of these Sawyer, who started his career In the

The tax would be added to bills paid by visitors will be stopping at the Starke gas and appliance business in Starke,
I anyone who rents or leases living Chamber of Commerce to get directionsand moved his base of operations to
quarters or accommodations in other information Blan- Jacksonville 18 years ago. He is now
any concerning
serving his first term-a president of
rooming house, mobile home park, or ding.The Chamber will be providing a the Jacksonville' Chamber$ of Com- t: ;,
condominium for a term of six months or real service to these visitors-a service merce and is a former president of the

less. The owner or landlord of the property that will be far in excess of the 80-cent tax Starke Chamber and the Rotary Club of
is responsible for collecting the tax ow- they may have paid on overnight room Starke. He is said to have been the fast
"small businessman" to head the
ed the
by occupant.The rent.
Jacksonville chamber, he was also a
tourism tax is already in effect in The Tourism Tax will be the very last member of the Jacksonville Transpora-

many neighboring counties including item on the ballot]] you will receive at the tlon Authority. sx eM.e/O/re_

DuvalClay, Alachua, Marion, Columbia, polls)) on September 4. A yes-vote on this In reviewing his career, the Times- wI _

and St Johns, not to mention those in proposal will)) be a vote for your country, Jacksonville Union wrote after that Sawyer marrying moved Joanne to yft s,i
t
South, Central, and West Florida. It is your city, and yourself as a citizen who Slade, the daughter of Tom and Flo
estimated that it would raise approx- will directly or indirectly benefit by Slade of Starke. They married one week

imately $40,000 per year in Bradford anything that helps present our com- after both graduated from Emory
County to promote tourism and provide munity in a favorable light. Why not give University in Atlanta, but Sawyer spent :1 ,
funds for adveritsing events those from other several years working in his father'sCharlotte
taking place areas something to read retail business
clothing
here, such as the annual Arts Festival, and remember about Starke and Brad- before moving to Starke. After his Rural Urban Day

Woman's Club Antique Show, and the ford County other than the Electric father's death he took a three-week Charles Sawyer, then president of the Starke Rotary Club, welcomes
Bradford County Fair, which is con- Chair? crash course in the propane gas guests to Rural-Urban Day festivities at the Bradford County Fair In the
business and came to Starke to become 1960's, before his move to Jacksonville
associated with the Slade Gas Com-

pany. on drug abuse Chat proved to be Hit
_ Big Dailies Launch Campaign In the 1960's, when Sawyer took over with their employees and created a In- now than receiving 600 Jacksonville national businesses acceptance.,and is
the business! it continued steady terest among other Jacksonville
growth and He began buying other gas businesses. The idea caught on and the Although some of Sawyer's contem-
Against Negative Political Ads companies, including one in Jackson- Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce the poraries Ten predict that he could slip from
ville, owned by his brother-in-law, Top after his term as chamber
helped provide money for printing. president Is commentedthat
former State Senator Tom Slade Jr. He completed,one
literature the
outlining
program now his
and
managerial leadershipskills
also became involved
in civic affairs in
cials for what called "Put Drugs Out of Business". It will ensure that he remains a
they are-low blows aimedat Starke
helping club and
organize a golf
Maybe negative political ads on TV are has been used successfully by more: force in Jacksonville.
on the way out--or at least on the way to knocking out the opposition with a also winning a seat on the Bradford
County School Board the
30-second punch.According during
being toned down. troublesome desegration period. To

Laurels in this case go to several of the to the Wall)) Street Journal, ease the way toward integration Letters to the EditorReader i
nation's leading some political strategists believe these Sawyer promoted a plan to have black 1
includingthe
Washington Post newspapers, the Los Angeles critical columns are already having an and white school patrons spend time CriticalOf sioners' attempt to shove the $100 \
together, explaining the new educa-
effect assessment down our throats. His
on producers of Board's Attitude com-
Times, the Miami Herald, and the negative commer- tional system to their children. ments regarding the taxpayers led me
cials
Sacramento Bee in a movement called making them more cautious of Not long after his election Sawyer Toward TaxpayersEditor to believe that he had very little

"Ad Watch". Hopefully, this movementwill their content. Generally these columns bought his first business in Jacksonville Telegraph: knowledge about the taxes we already

)) spread to other newspapers, daily show still shots from the commercials, prompting him to move fromStarke I am compelled to disagree with Mrs. have to pay.

and weekly, !throughout the country. describe the text, and expose false claims in 1972, after completing his Graham's letter of July 19 regarding His behavior and statements while
line by line. term on the school board. He and his Mr. Joe Riddick's service to Bradford serving as a commissioner equates to
The effort to curb negative ads by ex- The columnists wife now live in a lakefront home in the County as 'a county commissioner. what I call "a Yankee mentality"toward
posing them for what in say they aren'tcrusaders Deerwood section of Jacksonville. After observing him over the past few citizens of Bradford County, _
they are comes
the wake of the but like to think they are hav- Sawyer spent much of his time lobby- years, and the other commissioners, I i.e..slow talk and a laid back manner
1988 presidential cam- ing some influence in diffusing a lot of ing in Washington for the National Pro- cannot think of any contribution that equals ignorance. If this Is true, then I
paign which reached a new low in a negative advertising that threatens to pane Gas Association. He was especially Mr. Riddick or the other commissioners suggest that Mr. Riddick reassess his
negative commercial that made the saturate the air waves Their active after the gas Industry came have made to the taxpayers of position about his constituents.It .
again.
of Willie goal, under federal and allocation this county,
name Horton a household word. as stated is to price con- amazes me that Mr. Riddick and
equip readers with
some trol in 1974. He also time
spent After observing him at commissionmeetings for that matter, incumbent
any has the
The 1988 campaign proved that ability to evaluate the
advertising that with the of
negotiating Department I must conclude that he has audacity to stand for public office after
negativism pays off politically, so it was comes into their homes via TV screens. Energy and Congress over price controls very little regard for the taxpayers of their actions over the past term of of
followed by more of the same in 1989, and They hope to give American people a bet- and other National Gas. Assocta-: Bradford County. It appears that he fice.,
shows ter idea tion in 1985. was one of the leaders In the commis-
signs early-on of making its in- of whether what they're seeing ? M. L.Hill,Sampson City
fluence felt in 1990 unless there is a voter and hearing is reality or simply a smoke. By 1989, Sawyer Gas had grown from
a staff of four employees In Starke, to
revolt such
against tactics.In screen across the TV
screen. its In .
from
present 160, and $120,000 annual .
an r' tempt to dam the flow of TV The coming weeks should prove sales to $12 million now. '"

mud sc eral major newspapers have whether these critical columns are having -. Although Jacksonville business
launched columns devoted to fact- an effect on negative advertising or .community heavily supported "native w'

checking and exposing negative commer- not. Hopefully]] they will. .... son"Republican Steve Pajclc candidate for Governor Bob Martinez against :

Sawyer-and other chamber officials "

helped smooth things over with the new .Close
Books
I Governor after Pajclc's defeat. .Registration

Sawyer's help proved effective since- c
/ Tom. Slade Jr., had been chief fund- "
raiser for Martinez In Northeast 5 pp .m. Monday, Aug. 6

.g; 1 iiiPl1 Florida.Sawyer demonstrated' his leadership' For First PrimaryELECTION

.ability in another field when ne and his
... DATES. 1990
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JoAnn realized that were af-
N FERGUSON drugs JI<,1. :
BOD G. -JOHN M.MILLER a ;
0 Publishers fecting their business after a drug- FlfWPrlmary ... ..'*;. .:', .' .
using driver turned one of their trucks,
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Olllcob
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loaded ,
with
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gas, upside down in a ditch. '
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at Second primary . . .
Phone 964-6305 the Post Office at Starke.'Florlda.under Act of March 3. 1879, The Sawyers decided to start testing .
135 E. Call st. their employees for drugs and found 'General Flection .
Subscription Rat In Trade Arecr, $14.00 per year: 19,00 sic month out, to their that of them Otficss
surprise, most includes Judicial
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PO, Drawer A: Starke. Florida Outside? Trade Area: 117.00peryeor. S9.SO sec month. (( _
welcomed a drug testing and education''
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carried snifter curtain background. The table ; and Miss Gayle Douglas.Two .
First Christian Church of a crystal brandy
Starke was the setting for the 7 p.m. centered with a lighted votive candle featured a four-tiered wedding cake eight-foot tables covered with
with a staircase down white satin and lined skirting
G cupped in frosted and extending
June 23 wedding of Lisa Jeanine Mitchell glass
decorated with silk each side. Fresh cut peach and white displayed a variety of hors
and Earl David Williams, Jr., cascading
carnations with leather leaf fern d'oeuvres. Each was decorated with
flowers of and teal
peach
all of Starke. The bride is the streaming
peach satin ribbons. adorned the cake. Miniature peach peach tulle, centered with a crystalvase
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy
and teal roses accented the of fresh flowers peach long
lighted,
Miss Gaines
Anders, Sr. of Starke and Mr. H. Tracy junior
running water fountain. A ceramic stemmed roses and ivy, flanked on
David Mitchell of Marietta, Ga. The bridesmaid wore a white tissue taffeta
music box depicting a bride and each side with silver candelabra
of mid knee with
length a
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. gown
Earl David Williams Sr. of Starke. dropped waist and tiered ruffles groom in an arch of rosettes set on a holding peach lighted tapers. Serv-
Mr. Charles minister which tapered to bow at the back. stand of scalloped lace, which ing were Mrs. Raymond DeVoe, Ms.
Soper performed
the before alter Miss Sena Bailes served as flower played "The Wedding March." Serving Rosela Brown, Mrs. John Arthur
""rh nuptials an the cake were Ms. Sherry Reddish, and Mrs. Shirley Norman.
covered In white satin into girl. She carried a hand crocheted
4 leading white basket enhanced Prevatt and Mrs. Virgil Jordan. Two round punch tables set with a
I the white aisle A backdrop stiffy-lace
is r F to floor runner.white curtains with coordinating peach and leal silk The groom's table was centered crystal punch bowl encircled with
( enhance with a centered archedd flowers and ribbons. Her hair was with a two-tiered devils food fudge fresh peach and white carnationsand
chocolate cake adorned with a leather-leaf fern offered peach
candelabra flanked tree adorned with matching silk flowers
by a .
t+ and ribbons model 4-wheel drive mud truck fluff punch to guests and were attended
uSfr candelabra each side. A floral
on "stuck" in chocolate icing and In- by Mrs. Edwin Williams
basket each side held white Given in marriage by her father
on spr-
scribed "Stuck and Lovin' III"! Mrs. Alan Fickling, Mrs. Gerald
and the bride
Ingerie, gladiola, spider mums, fern step-father wore a
P Silver and crystal platters held Griffis and Mrs. Bill Starner.
of white silk
featuring
and cascading orchids. Standing gown a drop-
assorted chocolates and nuts. The couple has recently completeda
sable palms filled In the ped basque bodice with a sweetheart
French coffee punch was nerved home on Edwards Road in Starke
with
neckline framed Anne
satin and a Queen
background.lace bows entwined Large with white cascades of collar. The long fitted sleeves cameto from a crystal punch bowl. Atten and will reside there,following a tripto
the groom's table were Miss Jill south Florida. I
her hands sheer illu- ding
ilk lUy-of-the-vaUey adorned the a point over II
family pews. Each stained glass sion covered the low cut back and I i I
windowsill held a single white the shoulder area. The bodice, Announcing. II I
lighted taper set in an arrangementof sleeves and lower front of the I
white roses with leather leaf fern, straight sheath skirt were lavishly David A. Barnes II Maternal grandparents are Mr. I
surrounded with crystal votive appliqued with Peau d'Ange lace Mr and Mrs. David Alex Barnesof and Mrs. James A. Davis, Sr. of
candles. Mark Strickland and Billy (meaning angel hair lace) trimmed Ft. Stewart, Ga. announce the Hampton Lake. Maternal great
Gault lit the candles on the alter. with irridescent sequins, beads, and birth of a son, David Alex Barnes II, grandmother is Mrs. Pearl Lea
The vestibule table was centered pearls. The gathered overskirt was born July 26 in North Florida Davis.
\ with a crystal vase of fresh cut ivy floor length in front, and fell in foldsto Regional Hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs.3oz. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and long stemmed peach roses. a six-foot cathedral train with a and Mrs. Leonard V. Moore, Sr. of
Wedding programs were handed out scalloped coordinated lace appll- Paternal grandparents are Mr. Starke.Paternal greatgrandmotheris
hV by Jill Strickland and Gayle Douglasat qued and trimmed border. Her and Mrs. David A. Barnes of Starke. Mrs. Aubrey R. Moore, also of

the door as guests were greeted.A fingertip illusion, poof, two-tier veil Paternal great grandmothers are Starke.
_. s .I'lOf'"' '- musical progam of nuptial was attached to a headband of seed Gladys Bennett and Myrtle Barnes,
Mr.It Mrs.David Williams music and song was provided by pearls with a cascade of satin leaves both of Starke. John M. Martin, Jr.
Mrs. Charles Soper, pianist; Mrs. and pearls that came down the right Maternal grandparents are Rev. John and Kim Martin, of
Andrew Strickland, soloist; Mr. side of the bride's face at the and Mrs. John Strickland. Maternal Gainesville, announce the birth of a
W.$. McKinney violinist. Mrs. Don- hairline. She carried a bouquet of great grandparents are Christine son, John Mantle Martin Jr.
ociaC Events na Gruen coordinated the weddingas cascading white roses springerl Strickland of Babson Park, and Mr. (Johnny), born July 12 In ShandsHospital
well as the rehearsal. fern and stephanotis which were and Mrs. Ray Davis of Orlando. Gainesville. He weighed 5
S Attending the groom as best man each centered with pearl pinheads. Congratulations, David and Wen- Ibs. 12V4 oz. and was 19 inches in
7caj 5f r'F+ "ltilS Meetin was David Hamilton. Ushers were Mitch Blake Fickling and Master dylt length.Maternal.
Curtis Greene, Dale Brown, Billy Thomas Strickland served as grandparents are Buddy
Weddings ;
;.: ,:. ,,: 'langagemcnts, Gault, Jason Huggin's, Mark ringbearers. They, along with the Thomas B. StarrMr. and Debbie Ruis of Starke.
"'. Births Announcements}=.: Strickland, Greg Clark, Rob Nor- groomsmen were dressed in grey and Mrs. Clyde Starr of Waldo Paternal grandparents are Donnie
man, Andy Norman, Tommy Jones tuxedoes with tails and a teal tie and and Patty Martin of Gainesville.
birth of their son,
i All social items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm, Aaron Mathews, Denis Jackson was cummerbund. Each ring bearer car- Thomas announce Bradley the Starr, born July 14

for publication on the following Thursday. NO junior Miss groomsman.Susan Crawford served the ried with a Victorian white satin Lace pillow and two accented gold in North Florida Regional Women'sCenter Frank E. Norman, II

! COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper bride as maid of honor; Mrs. Curtis rings embellished was held with in white the church doves.A lbs. 13,oz.Gainesville.and was 20 He"weighed in length.He 6. man Mr.of and Lawtey Mrs.announce Frank Eugene the birth Nor-of
reception
I staff. If a black & white photo is not available, please Greene Attendants served were as Mrs.matron Greg of Jackson honor., fellowship hall following the joins two brothers, Daniel and a son, Frank Eugene Norman He II,
In Gainesville. joins
David. born 27
[ submit color for Miss Susan Miss Heather ceremony. The gift table was July
I a negative printing. Peugh, Maternal grandparents are Mr. a sister Heather Norman, 21 mos.
centered with a three-foot crystalvase
... Samorisky, Miss Karen Larsen, of Flat
I and Mrs. Austin Bradley
filled with peach and white
Miss Came Shaw, Miss Brenda old.Maternal Mr.
I N.C. Paternal grandparents are
Rock grandparentsare
Church News. Griffis, Miss Stephanie Williams, gladiola. Two 5x7 silver frames Waldo and of Starke.
of
Mrs. Hazel Starr and Mrs. Dixson Hepburn
of the bride
Tavia Hed- displayed a baby picture
Miss
Miss Wendy Young,
Community Revival and the groom. Book table was the late Roy A. Starr. Maternal great grandparents are
GospefSingThe { ding. Mr. and Mrs. John Hepburn of Ohio.
St. John Missionary Baptist An I attendants to the bride, exceptfor centered with a crystal vase of fresh Ethan A. MooreMr. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Church of God of Prophesy, Prayer Service nightly at St. John the Junior bridesmaid, wore ivy and long-stemmed peach roses. and Mrs. Robert Norman of Lawtey.
Inc., Is having a gospel sing this from 7-8pm nightly beginning at gathered, tea length gowns of teal The bride's table was covered with and Mrs. Len Moore, of Paternal great grandparents are
Saturday, August 4th at 7:30pm.: 7pm. The Rev. Joecephs Johnson, moire taffeta with a bodice. white satin and skirting. It was Theressa, announce the birth of a Mrs.Betty Brown of Griffin,Ga.and
Everyone is welcome. Pastor W.. T. Messenger, Pastor of Ebennezer The scoop ruffled edge neckline draped with peach satin extending to son, Ethan Anderson Moore, born Mr. and Mrs. Alton McKinley, also
Laney, 964-7712. Missionary Baptist Church, Hallen- ended in a bow-accented V in the a gathered rosette. Palms set on July 25 in Gainesville. He weighed B
of GeorgiaUK
dale Florida.Rev. Herman Johnson, back. The oversized puffed sleeveswere each side of the table. Matching Ibs. 3 oz. He joins two brothers,
Pastor. Everyone cordially Invited. also. bow-trimmed.! They all peach satin decor draped the white Casey. and Drew. 4.

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School.Marvin attended Lake Butler Baldwin cordially Invite all friends Morgan ReunionThe
. Engagements.. High and Is employed by L. J. Construction and relatives to join them in their
Co. wedding ceremony to be held Satur- 5th annual Morgan family """
Sharon Thomas The wedding is planned for August day, August 11, at 2:00: P.M. at the reunion will be held on Saturday Weddings Portraits
4 at the First Baptist Church of Union Correctional Training August 4, 1990. A covered dish lunch -
Marvin ThorntonTo Starke at 6:00: P.M. with the reception Building. A reception will follow the wiu be served at 12:30: P.M. at the ( ArtisticTfotogragfy.
Wed Aug. 4 immediately following In the ceremony.Ms. Union Correctional Training Com- .
fellowship hall. plelt. !
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas of All friends and relatives are in- Come enjoy a day of fun with the (
Ouellette Is the daughter of
Starke, Florida announce the vited to attend. family.
engagement of their daughter Mr.and Mrs.Lee Turnage of Starke.Mr. .
Sharon Kay Thomas to Marvin Linda Ouellette Baldwin is the son of Mr. and erekll.iJaru./
Lesley Thornton,Jr.,son of Mr. and Brian BaldwinTo Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin of Starke. The cucumber eggplant, Phone 964-8877
Marvin Thornton of Raiford. and tomato
Mrs. pumpkin squash -
Sharon attended Bradford High Wed August 11 -Ib! are all fruits,not veg Business Phone 964-2184
Linda Ouellette and Brian - etables.
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Sherry Prevatt

Richard CuddingtonTo i
Wed Aug. 11 SflRLOENIITPS

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Woods of
Starke announce the engagement of
their daughter Sherry L.Prevatt to
Richard Daniel Cuddington, son of _
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rasmussen of Lb. S
Jacksonville. 11 Sliced FREE!
Sherry is employed by the Brad- _
ford County School Board. Richardis
employed by the Bradford County 1
Rescue Service.
The wedding is planned for August
11, at 2:00 P.M. at the First United I / 1 :
+ Prices In this
Methodist Church in Starke.
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Friends and relatives are invitedto ad good Sweet
attend. There will be a reception Monday,
following the ceremony. p July 30, thru Western

Sunday,
Debbra Lysek August 5, 1990.
Ronnie Moss CANTALOUPES
To Wed Aug. 19

Debbra Jayne Lysek and Ronnie o
Joe Moss would like to announce 1 I
their engagement and approaching
marriage.The 0
wedding will be an event of
Saturday, August 19 at 2:00: P.M. at 9 C
Town the home, Florida.of the brides parents in Old Holly Farms Grade A

The groom is the son of Mr. and Family Pack & Small Pack Each
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Mrs.William F. Moss,Crosby Lake

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Places in PadgettCongratulations leWZeland* ." .
Fancy Variety -
to Tamakia
LaShone Mitchell of Starke. She KIWI I Endive Escarole
went to the Diamond Patriot USA ,
National finals in Daytona Beach I Romaine Red Leaf
Florida last weekend,July 20-22 andwon ;:: FRUIT ,
3 trophies in her age 69
Green Leaf
division<18-35 mo.)for placing in the _
top ten, sportswear and swimwear I .
runnerups.In 3I $
the prelimary padget in It:
Gainesville she is the 1990 Diamond LETTUCES
Beauty and Sportswear Queen and Lb.I .
the 1989 Diamond Beauty Queen in

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Children from all over the U.S.
were at the finals. Great going to
this future U.S.A. Beauty Queen. 28 Oz. Reg/With Onion I 7 Oz. Elbow Macaroni 5 Ct. Buttermilk

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BUSH BAKED
Church News ... MERICO BISCUITS

VBS Set Aug. 8-10 BEANS
At Kingsley Lake Bapt. :
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will CREA3jTigASTA 6$1I /

be Wednesday conducting through Vacation Friday Bible School even- 790 .

Vacation ings, Aug.Bible 8-10.Schoolhisn"FRIEN- iBEANS

Dimension: Where God's Children
Become Friends".
Each evening will begin at 6 p.m. 39 Oz. 12 Oz. Light N' Lively 10 Oz. Assorted Frozen
with a snack supper and will con- Detergent
clude children no in later than 9 p.m. All I 1 COTTAGE CHEESE Or FREEZER QUEEN Or>

12th grades are kindergarten invited to enroll through in BOLD =--" 16 Oz. Sealtest MORTONDINNERS>'
VBS.This year there will be a choiceof SALISBURY

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Baptist Church. Monte Banana. i' Hellmann'sMAYONNAISE..
August 6-10, Community Revival
will be held nightly beginning at 7 .79 1.79
p.m. Rev. Joe Cephus Johnson, PUDDING CUP :.,. .. . 4 Pk. 5. Oz. . . . 32 ?,.
pastor of Ebenezer Missionary Bap- .t .
tist Church Hallandale, will be -----
messenger.The .
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Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091. sole owner, IN RE The Marriage of '.' '. G. PAM
doing l business under the firm name of ANDREW JAMES WISC. 1R00tWTY.s4QI1fox" Deceased.

I SHEAR DESIGN. 737 S. Walnut St., Husband usE Nu aLI: 05 t195 CA NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
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[ ] Star..., Florida 3201 Intends to register and AVCOiW f //AL $UCU" j. The ""administration the estate ol
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said fictitious name under the aforesaid CHONA RIVERA WISE b GRACE O- PACE deceased file, number

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Dated this 24th day of July A.D., NOTICE 1. : 'i ,\ } County Florida. Probate
OF.ACT1qI\! ::;.: ':;; .,Ij
1990. In Union County. TO: Chona Rivera WIseT,4 : !. P ." IDi4iJ.m, Ibe address ol. which is 945
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Church Grade) thence run S 0749 W fir ft
; 7/264tchg8/l Rosario Ion.lan. Cebu Sty I iIwIi.. ft !tfY......!. Temple; Avenue. Starke. Florida
REGISTER said of line .
along Westerly right way Philipp In.,1;, tA.gl! '1M9f. The names and addresses of therepresentative
FICTITIOUS NAME 83.33 feet thence N 89'39' East 40.41feel IRflCOFMLLi t4". "
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NOTICE You
notified ,
are that and the PeiItosxesenlatlve
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Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida to an Iron pipe on thst Easterly rightof Ron Denmark Mlnl-Storoge will hold Dissolution of M4 N tint '
Statute., notice I. a Marriage has "been fnWagainst ( ti .+ i y- 'i.... S attorney are set
hor.by given that the way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun public sale of Bin Number 37, and M

undersigned CHUNG-lUN CHIANG" 800N. N 0749' E along said Easterly right of to Lyle Walker; Bin Number 40 belonging, belong.Ing a copy you of your you written ore require defenses*) ,'laserve if.. f' +Adofiltra,, yr a I1j llslI / "',for AH..),below.Interested persons are required to
Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl line 154.50 feet to Iron and to Alvln
32091 way an pipe Fayson; Bin Number 42 to It,
any on p.ltloner'tt..,.. fife with this Court WITHIN THREE MON
ote owner doing business under the the Point of Beginning, thence continueN belonging to James x
Williams
and Bin ZELDA J.
; HAWK. who. .1Id.. I "' TW> .MOM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
firm nom. of PEKING 07*19' E said of Number 13 .
along right ,
SEAFOOD 800 N. Easterly
belonging
to Donald "
Dick. 2830-K NW
41st Street P.O. llo. 1IIiU: 'VILICAT1ON' Of THIS NOTICE: ((1)I) oil
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 line 77.25 feet to an Iron pipe; Sale will take i;
way place at 2117 N. Gainesville/ .
Temple Florida 32605 on at beljns' ; ',.elie. .9ei .sl the estate and ((2)) ony obV
Intend to register said fictitious namegnd.r thence leave said Easterly right of way Avenue Starke, Saturday August 4, September 3. 1990 and file the ts<..l ..' !ey Any Interested person on
erMnejl '1M4i
the aforesaid statute. line and run N 89*30'00" E 202.07 feet to 1990 at 9-00; a.m. with the clerk of this 111/! # !t is that
court eltherWow'service when Wile notice was served
Dated this 10th day of July. A.D., an Iron pip.on the East line of the W 1/2
7/26 2tchg 8/02 on Petitioner's Attorney ....2,* .*hle| .., he validity of the will, the.qu.Lt1MNlone
1990. In Bradford County. of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4: thence run S ll, .
mediately thereafter. Otherwise of the Personal
Represonvf.RvL
:>
'I
7112 41pd 8/02 0051'02" W along said Easterly line INVITATION :
TO BID default will be
entered against ; venue, or (jurisdiction of the
76.50 feet to an Iron pipe; thence leave The City of .1IIU'1.r t;
Starke. Florida will the relief demanded :
'lit the ; + t ,' ,
sold East line and run S 8939' W 211.47 receive Bids far Water Main Doled peYfip :p; : 7 1t >M tt,ylnt '. nl
Expansions July 19. 1990. ":I' :'f Ait CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
NOTICE OF INTENTION feet to the point of beginning.at Part 2. Phase I I. until 10:00 local ;
a.m
'UY NQIAM.'nJICI.rk r_HlfO/ WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
TO REGISTER public to the highest. and time on the 13th
outcry day of"August 1990. Ci of the Puelicetlait of this Notice has begun
Circuit
FICTITIOUS NAME best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: ty Hall 100 Thompson Street OcyrtBy.CerpJWIIIIenw rlery" 4X' 120.0 ij tytyq{ ;
P.O.
Pursuant to Section 86309 Florida o'clock Noon on August 13, 1990 at the Drawer C, Starke, Florida ,. Q1'Pr $u". pqrq(ipl syth W Wp.twl tI" July 36. 1990.

Statutes, notice I. h.r.by given that the front door entrance of the Bradford which time all bids will be publicly 32091 at. Deputy,Cer) % >.:. rY'of !IOVaI MP lf a '14 l' Potsonaj Representative:

undersigned DONALD L. HARDEN- County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. and read aloud. open.ed 7/261tchg 8/16: Cant. M*....SM.5;f: .',:;! 'o, t. J19N1t, hiniRs.PR Seel DONALD N.W.t.33rd PAGE.Ave JR.

BROOK. 408 N. Orange Street, Starke, Dated June 28. The will 1t pelpqivjj $
:
project consist of .
1990.Richard a wal.rmain *' c.vlll.. Fl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGW'IIi": r.: : ;t'ttfQniNRuh A t',1r1'19 32605
FL 32091 sole owner doing business L.Cox Jr. extensions and connections to '
.x. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND EUGENE F. bHAW
under the firm name of FLORIDA HEART United States Marshal (sting piping and all related Incidental FCII 1tt; lftPl, t'Y frtrr fKifff
Middle District of Florida BRADFORD COUNTY FtOtKML. /> a r.i( Attorney for
APPRAISALS. 408 N. Orang. Street, work Items required to complete the .
CASE NO :' ? Personal Representative
Starke, Florida 32091 Intends register Ralph J. LeeAssistant work as drawn and specified to : 89-474-CA ttts;! 64 Feusy! 555 11 !9t'9mAmti'thp+s.JtMrfk .
providea KEYSTONE STATE 'j" 925.E North Temple Ave
BANK. .
k
said fictitious name under the aforesaid United States complete and operable facility. Plaintiff ,\ ; : 1 !1'3" ft,47'9.pt! rbi ,tl a Starke Fl 32091

statute. Attorney This project will be funded by the City vs. : 5i: ((904)9645200Fla )
Dated this 5th of for Plaintiff : Rar / tt11 1f
day A.D. Attorney
July. 1990 of Starke, Florida. '
In Bradford County 7/12 4tchg 8/02; Cent. No. 514 Each Proposal must be accompaniedby JACK ASSOCIATES.COURTNAY INC.and) and .. ;.':. J:'".., it t(#flL511/ !!# 7/26 Jtchg 8/02. Bar; Cant.No No.072941 544

7/1241pd 8/02 Bid Security In an amount not less JACK M. COURTNAY ;.t':nt. .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH than five percent ((5%) of the amount Defendants .' ; NOTICE INTENTION

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR bid. Bid Security shall be either a certified NOTICE OF SALE i TO REGISTER

REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA check a cashiers check or a Bid NOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN .the* 'yr. f vs' FICTITIOUS NAME
FICTITIOUS NAME CASE NO: 90.391.CA Bond. No proposal may be withdrawnfor suant to Final Pursuenl Floridaftvtutts
Summary Judggmen''dForeclosure ,; P te Section 86509
P1) _
)
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida 5f.401)14n1e) tlyt1)gsP ,
FREDA C. of the
TEMPLE a period ((60)) after
sixty days
Statutes, notice Is h.r.by that theundersigned dated July 16. ItM. lit CM* a.. eletsg ,the 1 1Md111'it11 1e notice Is hereby given that theUOeJerslgned
given Plaintiff Bid date.Plans. .
opening No. 89.474 ; In the Circuit Court or,tKe. ;' ,,. GLEN W. DE SUE. P.O. Box
THOMAS RAY SUTTON RR vs Specifications, and Contract Eighth Judicial Circuit 'In end for.|rsrf-:* ', MM, %tmrk.. Fl 32091 sole owner dol .
2, Box 990 ( 16 West Starke, FL
Hwy ) ROBERT LEE TEMPLE. JR. and Documents be examined at Starke ford
may County. Florida 'In which \>tt _....... under the firm name of
32091 sole owner doing business under SHIRLEY TEMPLE City Hall or at the office of Bessent Pt r5
STATE BANK It the Plaintiff. AI CONTROLLER. 649 N, TempleA
IeIVue" rK
the firm name of BIG T, RR 2. Box 990 Defendants. 'tY
Hammock Ruckman Inc., 1900 Corporate
COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES; ; .. fork. FL 32091 intends to
(Hwy 16 West) Starke, Florida 32091 Intends
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Square Boulevard Jacksonville,
JACK M. COURTNAY are the Referdant.wlllselllolhehlghette4b.t)-; register. sold fictitious name under the
to register said fictitious name : DEFENDANTS ROBERT LEE TEM Florida 32216 ((904)) 7212991. IStesad' "alut.

under the aforesaid statute. PLE. JR. and SHIRLEY TEMPLE: Copies of the Contract Documentsmay bidder and best ., v ..
bidder for cash l 1rf+lj'U; < tQst'.4 Mil* 31st day ol August A D
Dated this 2nd day of July, A.D., 1990. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDof the In- be obtained from the office of Bes lobby of the Bradford "' '' Bradford
County Courtheu f, .U''II. }. in County.
In Bradford County. stltutlon of this action by : Plaintiff sent Hammack 4 Ruckma.n Inc.. In Starke. Bradford County FIOgI4.Tf}( ) .n 8/02 4tpd 8/23

7/1 J4tpd 8/02 against you seeking to quiet title on the Charges for Plans and Specifications will 11:00 a.m. on Friday August 1 following described property In Bradford be $15.00 for each set. Partial sets of the following NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT describprepersti; t*rt; REGISTER
County Florida to-wit: Plans may be obtained for $2.00 persheet. forth In the Final .j)'
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Summary J.u fg e>enl I.t! ,> -1.CTITIOUS. NAME
Commencing at the Northeast cornerof Partial sets of Specifications .
may Lots Four f
((4)). \
.
through W'l
Tweh/e (th ,
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Intersection of Broadway and Hoyt be obtained for $10.00 per sheet. There elusive Fourteen ;' -4>urtuent to Section 863.09. Florida
Court No. 89.732.Clv.J.12 ; lot ((14)), Lots IlifleiM: .1 + nellce Is hereby that tho
'Statutes given
Streets In the City of Slarke, Florida and charges ore not refundable. *
((16))
through
Twenty-SIx ((36).Jndual.and .,. ,,. ynas.I.e.d.. MARY E. Rt 2
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA run Easterly along the North side of Hoyt 7/263tchg 8/09; Cont. 548 lot Thirty-Three ((33)). AM.WOODS.,"' MASSEY
Plaintiff, tax 24S3. Melrose, FL 32666 sole
Street a distance of 105 feet to a Point of
vs. Beginning; thence run Northerly parallelwith as per plat thereof recorded Plat" Becfr.. ',f'p 3. Page S3, of the Public
JOHN N. GOODMAN: DIANE C. Broadway Street 105 feet, thencerun NOTICE OF APPEALRESCHEDULED ford Record.ef..fed-. bwd.ctarsath.ting1lgqttstett4lnq.01nut ef ROSE STONE SERVICES Rt, 2

GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES Easterly parallel with Hoyt Street, a Doled County.this Florida 16lh |; ,..,; < Mp4Sgr, : C+>ioh'! tfe11fJf) .iP ;I.tlK 24U. Melrose Fl 32666 intends to
of ,
day July ;
'. #.0."Jir.! ? Mid fictitious under the
and DESSIE JACKSON distance of 52'/, feet, thence run ,fefilter name
Defendants. Southerly and parallel with Broadway The City of Slarke Board of Adjustments Clerk of the ClrcuM < -' 'tit C i. r.fcJexe/seJd O"ut.III. ..

NOTICE OF SALE Street 105 feet to Hoyt Street thence run has rescheduled the hearing ByiCoreM 1W .... # ..,.., \ s 31st day of August A.D7I.VM ..

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Westerly along the North side of Hoyt for the appeal filed by the City Commissioners NANCY E. YENSER .t1. "''' ;'. .kt Iredford. County.

to a Default Judgement entered on June Street 52'/i feet to the Point of Beginn of Starke and Terence M. Brown SALTER FEIBER '';;;' ii f 8024ipd8S3Qnrch
YENSER ssPost
19 1990 by the above entitled Court In concerning an Incinerator to be constructed :':? I.

the above styled cause, the undersigned Ing.YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written by Thermo Environmental. Gainesville Office,Drawer Fl 1569 "'\ ,.....:,

United States Marshal or any of his duly defenses, If any to this action with Systems on Lot 21 and 22, Enterprise ((904)) 376-8201 32602 ..')1'ri.t\ of God of Prophecy, Inc.

authorized deputies will ..lIlh. property the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Park of Starke, Florida zoned 1.1 light Attorney for Plaintiff ..fi !'.+.:,. '. .' 2138 N.TemplerwtorW.T.laney
Bradford Industrial for a crematorium and ar{: .tJi
situate In County Florida Bradford County Florida and serve a Fla. Bar .'
No. 222348 "y.t: .I:. .
described disposal of other blohazardous waste. +t i
as: copy thereof upon the attorney for the .
A parcel of land lying In the West On. Plaintiff who Is: The new hearing date .Is set for 7/262lchg 8/02:Carus! t t:f6? : 964-7712

Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.. Esquire Wednesday August 13. 1990, 7:30 p.m. """ NOTICE ; '' > t 1t ICES
22 Township 6 South Range 22 JoHnny R. Hobbs, Jr. P.A. In the Council Room, Starke City Hall. OF INTENTION' t.l" (9 ,. . 10 am & 6 pm

East, Bradford County Florida said P.O. Box 938 Those persons, groups or agencieswho TO REGISTER ;S ';" .t, ......... ..... . .12 Noon
particularly describedas Starke wish to present evidence fit this dp-* FICTITIOUS NAMI ..a.Iy ,1 i"MWtd... . . .... .730pm:
parcel being more Florida 32091 "
peolate case should and be Pursuant; to Section 869.09 flerlet*'" I. ....... .. . .12 Noon
follows: ((904)) 964.5700 appear Statutes, notice Is hereby give Itt t tM."t lit.yre..... .. .. .730pm
Commence at the Southwest corner of not later than August 20, 1990. heard at the time and place prescribed .
.
undersigned April E. "Austin' Route :T:
said Section 22 and run Easterly along DATED this 12th day of July 1990. above. Box 248, Breaker Fl 32673. Spl, owner" ,' 'I
who wishes verbatim
thereof 39.43 Anyon. a
the Southerly boundary RAY NORMAN "
doing business under the firm
feet, more or less, to the Easterly boundary Clerk of the Circuit Court transcript these proceedings shall be name el CDrriefr d d at
AUSTRICH. Route I lox
348. iVoofcer.i ,CHURCH OF GOD
of Old Rood thence North responsible for their own arrangements.
lawtey By: Tosher Allen Dep. Clerk Florida 32632. Intends to eeiel. .
00"07' East along said Easterly boundary 7/194tchg 8/09 Cant. 338 7/26 3tchg 8/09 register W No It._CJa / 964-5445
; fictitious name under the aforesaid.. S1f,711:' ,_ >Ar.0 0
feet Iron the Control No.550 Factor: David Pleasant
700.00 to an pipe on '' C
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Southerly right of way line of Donna NOTICE OF INTENTION Dated this 23rd day of July. ....D.i.. VUr tnvffte you to worship with us
Street (also known as Jenkins Street), TO REGISTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA 1990 In Bradford County. ,. Attended Nursery

thence run N 8939East along sold FICTITIOUS NAME EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND 7I264tpd 8/11 Coin Pastor f Ronald Hannah ikt unsujyCchaol ._.,... .. .... 10am
Southerly right of way line 371.82 feet to Pursuant to Section 86309 Florida FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA lj..le.s.vrnnhlr .. .. . 11 am

an Iron pipe on the Westerly! right of way Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the CASE NO: 9O-389-CA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIQKTM A8tTastpr a John Lelh1 ILv.aiServ>M 6pmWsenasdsyYeuih

line of Tom Hall_Street (olio known as undersigned GLENDA EPPS. 737 S. Division: Bradford County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Tit tlleoli,flit))100 Ensla .......................... 7A)pm


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BATTERY OF Jones FunerafHome DE ARX. 1TURr Lewis Timber Co.

DOUGLAS STARKEWe Distinguised, Caring Service '11', a f #, you .C4tJ'tip.. r Hwy 301 S. P.O.Box 207

rebuild starters,alternators For Over 50 Years better ","""rk'* Starke

& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch 964-6871
434 W. Call :9fH-5827
/tmM 407 N.Temple 964-7911 Ke stone Heights! 473-3176 ,
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State Bank : Ctaki ,. CTIC CENTER
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OLD FASHIONED SODA of Starke .n .. .;..' [ When You N.... III
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127 E. Call St a 964-7810 811 S. Walnut 964-7830 .

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US 301 N. Starke SALES SERVICE Printing Company f MM lOtfutit Western Steer

964-6600 Worship this weekend every week Complete Tin Shop&Auto Art Supplies Custom rVwrtbif. ; .; US 301 South

24 HR Wrecker Service tt the church of your choice" 402 M Tempts.HWY 301 N. e Prtnljig Office Supplies 964-8061
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1018 N. Temple 964-6461
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53 seconds East 140 feet to the North line
dresses of the personal representativeand SION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN of said SE 1/4; thence run North 88
I Notices. the personal attorney OPEN CONTAINERS IN CERTAIN OTHER
I Legal .. I IIN are set forth representative's below. PLACES: PROVIDING PENALTIES; along degrees said 43 North minutes line X of the second SE 1/4 East a

All INTERESTED PERSONS ARE REPEALING All ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT distance of 188.7 to the Point of Beginn
NOTIFIED THAT: ; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
THE CIRCUIT COURT against the decedent's,estate on whom a PUBLIC NOTICE All DATE. ing.
FOR persons on wham this Notice Is to
required
BRADFORD copy of this notice It served within three The Bradford served Said Ordinance be Inspected hen filed and you are
COUNTY FLORIDA County School Board, who have objections that proposed may defenses, If
written
PROBATE DIVISION months after the date of the first Stark., Florida will hold a Public Hear. challenge the validity of the will the by the public at City Hall In serve a copy of your
Jr.,
plaintiff'sattorney
CASE NO: 9O-58-CP publication of this notice must file their' ing on the Special Programs and Procedures qualification of the personal representative Hampton, Florida.All any, on Johnny, whose R.address Hobbs, Is P.O. Box
DIVISION: 1.4187 claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER for Exceptional Student Education venue, or jurisdiction of this Interested parties may appear at b.for.Augu.t .
IN RE THE ESTATE OF OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF on August 22, 1990,7:00 p.m.. In the Court are required to file their' objections the meeting on August 14, 1990 and be 938 Starke Florida and 32091 file on the or original
31, 1990
SIMONNE PARENTEAU THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR School Board Room of the District Administrative with this Court WITHIN THE LATER heard with respect to the proposed Or. either beforeservice
with the clerk of this court
Deceased, THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF Offices, 582 N. Temple OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF dinance. Immediately
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Avenue Starke Florida. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE CITY OF HAMPTON. on plaintiff's thereafter attorney otherwise or a

administration of the estate of THEM. Copies of this document may be ob- OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF MARTHA M.WILLIAMS entered; for
default will be
SIMONNE PARENTEAU. deceased. File All creditors of the decedent and persons tained at the Bradford School Board Offices SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON City Clerk the relief demanded In the against you
Number 9<90-58-CP li pending In the Circuit having claims or demands againstthe Monday through Thursday. THEM. Itchg 8/02; Cont.No. 552 WITNESS hand and the petition.seal of this
their
my
file
Court for Bradford County Florida decedent's estate must Denlse Adams, Director All creditor of the decedent and
court on this 31st day of July 1990.
Probate claims with the court WITHIN THREE Exceptional Student Education other claim demands INVITATION TO BID
Division, the address of which I I. persons having or RAY NORMANBY
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST 8/02 8/16 Cont. against the decedent' whom The School Board of Bradford County
P.O. Drawer B, Stark, Florida 32091. 3tchg : No.549 estate on a Carol Williams
The names and addresses of th. personal PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. P.O.Number 1269 copy of this notice I I. served within three will sell by seated bid, ,.veraltroctora, : Clerk
repreientatlve's attorney are set ALL' CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS months after the date of the first frelghtllner' ,vehicle, flatbeds.enginesand Deputy
8/02 8/09 Cant 559
forth below. NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR publication of this notice must file their mil(, scrap metal. 2tchg ;
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE BARRED. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER Contact Jim Ward at Vo-Tch,
NOTIFIED THAT: The date of the first publication of this PROBATE DIVISIONFILE OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 964-6800 Ext. 116, to view Item and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
All persons on whom this notice Is Notice Is August 2, 1990. NO:90-62-CP THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEOR receive a copy of the Bid No. 0-0815-1, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
served who have objection that Attorney for P.raonalRepr..entallve DIVISION: 1.4192 THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF Vo-Tech Surplus. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
challenge the validity of the will the : IN RE: ESTATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 8/02 2tchg 8/09; Cont.No. 555 PROBATE DIVISION
qualifications of the personal representative PAUL D. NEWELL JOHN M. KUESPERT, THEM. CASE NUMBER:(90-66-CP
venue, or jurisdiction of this P.O. Box 1369 Deceased All other creditors of the decedent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
Court are required to file the objectionswith Keystone Heights, FL 32656 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe and person having claim or demands JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR PAULINE FAIRLEY TAYLOR
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF Telephone: ((904)) 473.4928 administration of the estate of against the estate of the decedent must BRADFORD COUNTV.FLORIDA. Deceased.
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE Fla. Bar No. 134389 JOHN M. KUESPERT, deceased. File file their claim with this Court WITHIN CASE NO.:9O.313-CA NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Personal Representative: Number 9O-62-CP Is pending In the Circuit THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER ESTHER L. MUIR. ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER JANET PARENTEAU Court for Bradford County Florida, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Plaintiffvs. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 604 Hibiscus Trail Probate Division the address of which Is THIS NOTICE. ESTATE:
THEM. Melbourne Beach FL 32951 Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT IGNACIO O.ALDERETE and You are hereby notified thot an Orderof
All creditors of the decedent and 8/02 2tchg 8/09; Cont. No.556 Florida, 32091. The names and ad. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. DEBORAH M, ALDERETE his wife Summary Administration has been
ath e r persons h_..i nq ".._._.or u demands The date of*h.first publication nl*.kl..>. Defendants entered In the estate of PAULINE
Notice has begun on A2.1990. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO FAIRLEY TAYLOR deceased case
. : Personal Representative: : DEFENDANT: number 90-66-CP by the Circuit Court
Stars Take to Tifton for TourneyThe WILFRED H.WAGNER JR. IGNACIO O. ALDERETE for Bradford County Florida, Probate

316 Blairmore Blvd.West RESIDENCE UNKNOWNAND Division, the address of which is P.O.

Starke Stars representing Sunday, July 29, the Stars went to James Balkcom is the trainer and Orange Park FL 32073 ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON Box Drawer B, Starke. FL 32091 that the
Starke Bradford and Attorney for PersonalRepresentative CERN: total cash value of th.estate is less than
County, Lawtey and beat the Lawtey Correctional Jerry McGriff is the manager. .
Florida, leave this afternoon (Thurs- Institution (LWCI) number The opening cermonies, with all : YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to $25,000 and that the names and addresses
day, Aug. 2)) at 1 p.m. from the Winn three team 3-1 and then lost to LWCI fortyteams begins today, Thursday JAMES f. LANG foreclose on a mortgage on the follow of those to whom It has been
Dixie Plaza headed north to Tifton, number one team 8-3 to earn a split August 2 on field one of the E.B. Fla. Bar No. 04S736 ing property In Bradford County Florida: assigned by such order are:
Ga.The (and finish 3 and 1 in two trips to the' Hamilton comples in Tifton. CHANDLER GRAY LANG A HASWELL A parcel of land In the SE 1/4 of Sec JONATHAN ROBERT TAYLOR. JR.,
Stars record entering the 16th instituiton). The Games begin immediatelythere P.A. tion 7, Township 7 South Range 22 East 9127 NW 9th Avenue, Gainesville, FL
annual boys 18 and under tourna- after in the double elimination Post Office Bon 23879 Bradford County Florida being more 32606.
ment stands at 26 wins and 21 losses The Stars, now down to 12 rostered tournament and concludes with the Gainesville FL 32602 particularly described as follows: All persons are required to file with
after a busy weekend. players due to late season attrition, championship on Sunday afternoon, ((904)) 3165226BI02 Commence at the NE Corner of said SE the Clerk of sold Court WITHIN THREE
The Stars took fifth place (out of apathy, etc. are led offensively by August 5. 2tchg 8/09;Cont.551 1/4 and run South 88 degrees 43 minutes CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE
nine teams) in the First Annual New Vince Robinson at .617, Kenny The YSA (Youth Softball Associa- 30 seconds West along the North line of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all
River Correctional Tournament held Carlton at .615, Donnie Francis at tion) would like to thank all the NOTICE OF PROPOSED said SE 1/4 a distance of 1503 feet to the claims against the estate in the form and
Saturday, July 28. .579, and Daryl Gnann at .518 whichis businesses, organizations, and Individuals ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCEBY Point of Beginning. From Point of Begin manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of
also the team's season average who have given to assist THE ning thus described run thence South 0 the Florida Statutes and Rule 3.490 of the
The Stars beat New River 10-7, lost Other players "surviving" and mak the Stars. CITY OF HAMPTON. FLORIDA degree 30 minute East a distance of Florida Rules of Probate and Guardian
to the eventual champion First Bap- ing the trip are Sean Jones, Ashley Donations to help defray team ex- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 162 1/2 feet to a point: thence run North Procedure.ALL .
tist Church of Lawtey 12.0, and lost Alday, Jamie Bowen Link Bishop, penses may still be made at the August 14, 1990, at 7 p.m., the City 81 degrees 15 minutes 54 seconds West CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
to the fourth place finisher Recep- Jason Lewis, Tommy Balkcom, Starke Recreation Dept. on N. Tem- Council of the City of Hampton In along a country road right-of-way FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. !
tion and Medical Center 12-6 to end Jeremy Crawford, and Jeff Carver. ple Avenue. Checks should be made regular session to be held at City Hall llneH8.14 feet to the Easterly right of Publication of this Notice has begunon
up 1-2 for the weekend. The Starke The coaches are Hiram Chappell, payable to the Youth Softball Hampton, Florida, will consider the way line of State Road No. 200 (U.S. July 26, 1990.
Merchants took third place. Lenwood Kitchens, and Pat Welch. Association. following Ordinance and proposed Highway 301)); thence run Northeasterlyalong EUGENE F. SHAW
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With a 7-2 record, the Rascals are
_ the champions of the T-Ball League Critters 36 Zonkers 34 McKinney, and Daniel Roling. Get
sponsored by the Starke Recreation The Critters outhit the Zonkers ting two hits was Stephen Cubbedge.
Department. The Rascals won there 40-34 and the Critters won 36-34 Leading the Zonkers going 3-for-3
last game 36-27 Monday night, July Wednesday, July 25. were Drew Moore,Ashley Crawford,
Leading the Critters, going 3-for-3, Brett Reddish, Jaimee Patterson,
: 30.Team Standings: were Alisha Polk,Christina Vickery, Andrew McRae, Randall Wheeler,
Andrew Polk, Will Adams, Harrison Lisa Detlefsen, Brittany Johns,
'L 7.2Pos. Pearson, Justin Johns, Jaime Lauren Detlefsen, Christopher

; Critters . .. :. . .. . 1.. Register, Ashley Adams, Jesse Welch, and Dave Schlofman. Get-
Zonkers. . . . . . . .0-' Alvarez, Kiley Alvarez, Matt Col- ting two hits was Phillip Sellers.
eman,and Travis Chandler. Getting
Peeps 27 Rascals 24 two hits were Stephen Denmark and Rascals 36 Critters 27

The Peeps and the Rascals tied Jarred Johns. The Rascals outhit the Critters
their hits at 29-29 but the Peeps won Leading the Zonkers,going 3-for-3, 39.29 and won 36-27 Monday,July 30.
were Jamie patterson
27-24 Wednesday, July 25. Randall Wheeler ,Chris Welch, Leading the Rascals going for-3
,
Crawford
Leading the Peeps, going 3-for-3, Dave Schlofman Lauren Ashley were Katie Rehberg, Melanie Reed,
were Dusty Griffis, Dustin Smith, and Brett Reddish. Detlefsen, Jamie Stitt, Ryan Lowery Robert
Michael Getting two hits Rehberg, Alicia Paterson JfAh
Winningham, Stephen Cub- were Lisa Detlefsen, ,
hedge and Daniel Roling. Getting Laura Reddish, and Will Phillip Hobbs.Sellars Blackburn, Elizabeth Paterson,
two hits were John Fugua, Austin Destiny Kelly, William Thomassen,
Carter, Kristen Touchton, Suzann Peeps 40 Zonkers 38 and Islah Branton. Getting two hits
Whittle, and Nick Ames. were Ben Hightower and Robert
Leading the Rascals, going 3-for-3, The Peeps outhit the Zonkers 42-39 Paterson.
were Elizabeth Paterson, Alicia and won 40-38 Monday night,July 30. Leading the Critters going 3-for-3
Paterson, William Thomassen Leading the Peeps going 3-for-3 were Alicia Polk, Will Adams, Matt
The Rascals are T-Rail Champs... Robert Rehberg, Melanie Reed, and, were John Fuqua, Nick Ames, Shan- Coleman,Jamie Register,and Jesse
Member of the Racb are, from lefts Josh Blackburn. Getting two hits non DeBlock,Austin Carter, Kristen Alvarez. Getting two hits were
Kneellns: melanie Reed Katie Levi were Ben. Hightower and Jacob Touchton, Dustin Smith, Suzann Zachary Hull, Christy Vickery,
Robbers Lee
Alphonio Smith Dlubeth Paterson Robert Paterson
Destiny Kelly Hodges. Whittle,Pami Martin Derek Brown- Justin Johns, Travis Chandler, and
Standlns: lien Illghtower, Ryan Lowery Josh RIK.b......William The_,Robert Rehberg. blah Rranton Jamla Ins Michael Wlnnln ham, Joshua Kiley Alvarez.
Stitt Alicia'ater....
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champions of the Jr. Softball Braves 12 Yankees 7
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League Leading Cubs, going 3-for-3,
sponsored by the Starke Recreation was Michael Pusateri. Getting hits The Yankees outhit the Braves
Department.Team were Sean Phillips and Wendy 15-14 but the Braves won 12-7 Tues
standings: Crews. day night, July 31.

A'. .. .. .. ...... .. .'.. ... .. .. 11.. Leading the Braves going 3-for-4
Royals.. .. ..... .. .. .........10-S A's 9 Cubs 3 was Adam Adkins. Getting two hits
arav.s .... .. .. ....... ... .. ... ...,-, The A's outhit the Cubs 15-9 and were Brad Bishop, Kyle Lizenbee
Yank..... .. ... ... .. ......7.' won 9-3 30. Phillip Pombier and Eric Reddish.
Cub... .. ... .. .. .... .. .. . 5-10 Leading Monday the A's July, 3-for-3 Leading the Yankees going 3-for-4
Twins.. .... ... .. ... .. .. .. .J-12 Shaun Muse. Getting going two hits ,were was was Kenneth Wainwright. Getting
two hits were Andy Redding, Kim
Louis Mann and Amanda Welch.
Royals 20 Yankees 10 Leading the Cubs, going 2-for-3, DeSue Jeffery Nettles, and B.J.
The Royals outhit the Yankees were Michael Pusateri, Josh Lee, Mattox.
30-17 and won 20-10 Thursday, July and Charlene Wright. Going 2-for-2 Cubs 21 Twins 8
was Matt Pusaterl.
26.Leading the Royals, going 5forSat The Cubs outhit the Twins 26-17
the plate, were Michael Sutton, Braves 9 Royals 3 and won 21-8 Tuesday night,July 31.
Cory Goetzman,and Jason Bennett. The Braves outhit the Royals 14-7 Leading the Cubs going 4-for-4 ws
Getting three hits were Mitch Ames, and won 9-3 Monday, July 30. Jonathan Elder. Going 3-for-4 was
Jeremiah Hamilton, Shalen Brow. Leading the Braves, going 3-for-3, Regina Wright. Going 3-for-3 was
Ing,and Brad Muse. Getting two hits was Brad Bishop. Getting two hits Sekenna Bell. Getting two hits were The A's are Junior Softball Champs...
was Keith Taylor. were Nikki Jackson, Phillip Pom- Michael Pusateri, Charlene Wright, Member of the A'.are

Leading the Yankees, ,going bier, and Kyle Lizenbee. Josh Leading Lee, and the Jimmy Twins Radford.going 3-for-3 Kneeling, from left,: Paul Brook, Macy Stephens, Will Hartley Brandl Lewis, Adam Marches,Cuey Moore Louis
4-for-4 was Travis Stacey. Going I
Leading the Royals, going 2-for-3, Mann Jason McCullough.
Patrick two hits
wsa Dugan.
Getting
3-for-4 were Tony Raish and Kenneth
Wainwright. Getting two hits nett were and Cory LeAnn Goetzman Carlton.Jason Ben were Billy Maust,Morgan Fill,Chad Standing: Amanda Welch Undwy Wood/In Emily Hartley Kevin Creen, Chrk McKenzie Shaun MUM, Stefan Mchols,
were JdnnMcMillan,Andy Redding, Farnsworth, and Greg Moss. Jay WUkenon. and Coach Clara Doue.

and Amanda____n Stacv. Yankees 19 Twins 18 --

The Yankees outhit the Twins
Braves 8 Twins 4
34-27 and won 19-18 Monday,July 30.
The Braves outhit the Twins 10-7 Leading the Yankees, going
and won 8-4 Friday July 27. 5-for-S, were Timothy Flowers, Kenneth ELECT
Leading the Braves going lor-3 r -Wainwright,. and Kim Desue.
was KyleJUzenbee: ....Going" 2-for-2. }-bras- i John McMillan. 4. i rk
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Touka Briglii'tLeading .TlpriTr r
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the Twins going 2for3'was Getting three hits were Jeffery Net
Chris Bott.A's ties and Brian Kelly. Getting two .D "M. "HALE
hits were Rose Raish and Tony .
20 Royals 10 Raish.

The A's outhit the Royals 35-19 and Leading the Twins, going 3-for-3
won 20-10 Friday, July 27. was Greg Moss. Going 3 for-4 was / Qualified DependableWill
Leading the A's going 4-for-4 Trent Patterson, Drew Wainwright
were Shawn Muse and DavidBrooks. Patrick Dugan. Getting two nits work with all elected officials to insure that the
Going 3-for-4 was Kevin were Rhiannon Bott, Dennis
Green. Going 3-for-3 were Stefan Jackson, Matt Odom, Chris **<>tt best possible service is provided-at the lowest cut to
Nichols, Jason McCullough, and Morgan Fill, Tasha Bennett andMary
Brand! Lewis. Getting two hits were Dugan. the taxpayer.
Will Hartley, Chris McGee and .

Casey Leading Moore.the Royals, going 3-for-4, A's The 14 A's-outhit Royals the Royals 12 21-19 and Psld Helm Political A.Hersey Advertisement Campaign IhMSiver "YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT ARE GREATLY APPR ECIA Pt LL. "

were Keith Taylor and Mitch Ames. won 14-12 Tuesday night, July 31.
Getting two hits were Michael Sutton Leading the A's going 3-for-3 were
Cory Goetzman, Jason Bennett, Jay Wilkerson and Jason Mc
Shalen Browning,and Adam Adkins. Cullough. Going 2-for-3 were Will
Hartley Kevin Green, Brand
Yankees 16 Cubs 5 Lewis, Louis Mann, and Casey HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSDeerfoot
The Yankees outhit the Cubs 17-13 Moore.
and won 10-5 Friday, July 27. Leading the Royals going 4for4was
Leading the Yankees, going Cory Goetzman. Going 3for4were
3-for-3, was Tony Raish. Going Shalen Browning and Mitch Center 964.6946GREAT
3-for-4 was B.J.Mattox. Getting two Ames. Going 3-for-3 was Keith
hits were Timmy Flowers, Andrana Taylor. Getting two hits were
Hamm, Andy Redding, and Brian Michael Sutton and LeAnn Carlton:



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candidate Pete Peterson for 54 bistrict a Democratic WashingtonD.C. North Florida, from the eastern por- Peterson said Friday's visit was was working at the base. Peterson told reporter. Getting
the a Telegraph
2 U.S. Education Is also a big concern of tion of
Clay County and is boundedon
House his third to Bradford County, and he remembers Marianna then American
of Representatives seat now Peterson, who thinks the education the as "a caught talking to a fellow
held by Republican incumbent Bill leadership has problems that lead to Washington west counties.by Holmes Counties and In- plans to be back in midAugust.Peterson's sleepy little" town, absolutely meant being tortured, he said.
Grant stopped in Starke last Fri- Instability in the classrom. The cluded beautiful. Repatriated March 4, 1973, Peter-
day July 27.Peterson Federal Government keeps rattlingthe Calhoun are Gulf Holmes, Washington, Background... In 1962, after a tour of duty In son was promoted to colonel and
said he plans to be back cage but hasn't solved the Gadsden, Leon, Liberty, Franklin, Douglas "Pete" Peterson was Europe, Peterson was among the continued his AF career. He retired
for another Bradford County visit classroom problems, Peterson said. Madison, Waukulla, Jefferson born June 26, 1935 in Omaha, pilots deployed to Tampa, in from the service after serving as
before the first primary set Sept. 4. Throwing money at education won't Hamilton Dixie, Taylor, Lafayette, Nebraska, one of 10 children. His response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. base commander of Seymour
The main objective of Peterson, solve the problem, either, he said. Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Suwannee, formative years were spent in the He remained there as one of 27 select Johnson AF Base in Goldsboro, N.C
from Marianna in Jackson County, District 2, which encompasses 24 ford, and,Union. Baker, Brad- small agriculture towns of the pilots chosen to create the AF's F-4 The Peterson family moved to
Is to attack the federal budget deficit counties across north Florida, from Midwest where he learned a respect training program. Volunteering for Tampa where Peterson formed and
problem estimated as high as $200 Holmes and Washington counties in Peterson"People said are about quietly angry, and love for the land and the people duty in Vietnam, Peterson flew 65 managed his own construction com
billion this year. Peterson both a West Florida to the eastern portionof Grant's defection Rep. Bill who work it. By the age of 13, Peter successful combat missions over pany in the early 1980s, building and
businessman and educator after Clay County in Northeast Florida, after to the Republican son was working as a buyer for a North Vietnam. On Sept. 10, 1966, on remodeling. He remodeled all of the
Party
retiring from the U.S. Air Force as a has the highest school drop out rate Democrat. being elected as a major stockyard and farming enter- his 66th mission, Peterson's F-4 was Steak and Ale restaurants in the
colonel in 1980 thinks he can keep and the highest pupil-teacher ratio, the switch Negative feelings about prise.In downed. Peterson was captured by Tampa area, Peterson said.
are found all across Dist.
Communist forces and
subsequently After his son died in an automobile
2, he said. 1954, Peterson enlisted in the spent 6Vi years in a North Viet- crash, Peterson sold out to his part-
Rep. Grant has a right to change Air Force and came to Florida in manese prisoner of war camp. ner and the Peterson family moved
:; r-- parties, "and I'll defend that," but 1955 as an aviation cadet for trainingat Prisoners were fed on grass soup back to Marianna in 1983. With a
I not in the way Grant did it, Peterson Marianna'a now closed GrahamAir with rice. In later days there as partner,Peterson formed CRT Corn-
said, taking Democratic dollars and Base. It was there Peterson met bread one or twice a week. "Therewas
using them for his political benefit. his future wife, Carlotta Neal, who never enough of it," Peterson see Peterson page 12B


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"' Tuesday-Friday..............July 17-Aug. 3.............Freshman Registration 9:00am-3:00pm: :
Monday-Wednesday ....... Aug. 6-8 ........................Registration by appointment 10:00am-4:00pm: :
Thursday ........................... Aug. 9............................Registration 10:00am-4.00pm: : &6-8.00pm:
Congressional candidate Pete Peterson left,meet pharmacist Bobby Autry In Friday............,.......?...........Aug. 10.........................Registration 10.00am-4.00pm: :
Mitchell' Drug Store where the Dbt.3 candidate went for lunch but Friday. Wednesday........................ Aug. 22..........................Registration 10:00am-4:00pm: : &: 6-8.00pm:
Peterson laid the home cooked food at Mitchell'counter wa especially good. Thursday-Friday. ............. Aug.23,24 .....................Registration 10.OOam-4.OOpm/Fees: Due
Monday............................... Aug.27..........................Classes Begin/Schedule Adjustment
his feet on the ground and his aim Peterson points out. More vocational .....................................................................................10:00am-4.00pm: :
straight at the budget deficit despiteall training programs are needed to Monday.........................,.....Sept.3............................Labor Day Holiday
the a congressman is meet the needs of students
subjected pressures to in Washington, D.C. in current high school unsuccessful Monday...............................Sept.10.........................,.Last Day To Drop 6c Receive a Refund
Peterson terms the federal budgeta grams, he said. pro- Friday.................................Oct. 19..........................,. No Classes(College Open)
"fiscal nightmare" created by As a veteran himself, Peterson is Monday.....,........................Nov. 12..........................Veteran's Day Holiday (College Closed)
totally irresponsible actions of the interested in the circumstances of Wednesday.........................Nov.21..........................Last Day To Withdraw &Receive "W"
U.S.Congress and the administra the veteran's benefits in ........"............................................................................ (No Evening Classes)

"\ tion..Peterson qualifies his supportfor Washington,D.C. Peterson foresees ., :.,., ., ,.. ,Thursday-Friday..............Nov2223......................Thanksgiving ys.(College Closed) ,,.' .. .. .'. ....., ;
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a constitutional amendment to "a real crunch In veterans' : Monday-Thursday ..'.........Dec,17-20......................Final Exam Days f:>
balance the federal budget, saying"if benefits." Veterans need someone in
our leadership was responsibleand Washington, D.C. to persuade the
brave enough such an amend- Congressional leadership to look out
ment would be unnecessary." Peter- for veterans in an era of military
son would prefer that Congress have winddown, Peterson said. Peterson
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the freedom it has but be fiscally points out he knows more than Days
responsible. else about running veterans'affairs.
Peterson, who commanded the CEBI011 OSI D Intro.1o Buslneoa 8JO.9:6 MW 212 3 Strickland .
Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in 0S1'2711 OSI D Word Proclng I 8JO.9:6: M W 20t 3 CdffinMAC1102
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for a U.S. House member to becomea back in the role of word leadership."We PSY2012 OSI P Ceneral Psychology 8JO.9:6: M W 209 3 TBA
puppet of his staff which is made need to get our engine HCPOIOO OSI 0 Nursing AMlatant 9:00-1:00: : MJI 106 4 Hitchcock
up of career employees who see running," Peterson said, "and gain EC02013 OSI P Prln.Of Economics I 1(100-11:15(: M W 212 3 Strickland
House members come and go. Peterson back our national self respect." ENClI02 OSI P Writing About Lit. 1(100-11:15( : MW 210 3 Hellmlch
said he hopes to take pretty The Second Congressional District MATOOO2 i OSI C College Prep Math" 1(100-111'.59(: M W 205 1 TBA
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Police Beatby burglary, according to Patrolman ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He RED DOT
Robert Lyons. Bond was set at was released after a $215.25 surety
$1,000. Clemons was released on his bond was postea.
Carolyn E v.. own recognizance and ordered to
BCT Stiff Writer stay away from the victim. Curtis Shell,27,was arrested J'lly SALE!
Car 26 for DWLS(failure to pay fine).ac-
Plunges Traffic cording to Patrolman S. M. Smyth.He .
Into Creek. Dal Wesley Beggs, 20, was ar- was released after a $120.25 cash Look for the Red D
rested July 30 for driving under In- bond
was posted. v
Driver DrownsA fluence (DUD>, according to Sgt 'S & Save A Lot!

30-year-old Raiford man drowned David Goodner. He was released Keith Randolph David, 21. was ar _____
Monday when the car he was after a$500 surety bond was posted. rested July 25 for DWLS, accordingto Save an Extra 50% Off on any item permanently reduced
driving skidded off Baker Deputy Michael Paris. He was
County
Road 229 south of Sanderson and Adro John Brown, 24, of Union released after a $215.25 surety bond 2 items or more times and marked with Red Dotsl!
plunged Into the South Prong Creek. County was arrested July 28 for was posted.
Ambrose Albert Jackson drivinga DUI,according to Patrolman Lyons.
1982 Datsun, was southbound on Bond was set at$500, he was released Tim Allen Bryan,29, was arrested DRESS FOR LESS
CR-229 at 12:55: p.m. when he lost on his own recognizance. July 27 for violation of probation fora
control of the vehicle while driving it traffic charge, according to Deputy 111 W. CALL STREET STARKE
at a high rate of speed according to Willie Hodges, 53. of Alachua was Tim Giebeig. Bryan was released CASH CHARGE LAYAWAY
9 am.8
Clark Williams. The car arrested July 27 for driving while after a $311.50 surety bond was p.m.
skidded head-on Into a bridge guard license suspended \DWLS). occurw..i --

rail, went over the rail and plunged
into the creek and sunk, said /::"," ", : :, ", .. ",' ._ :. ,.. .' .C;, : L, _" ,
Williams. Jackson drowned in the \
crash which occurred 3.4 miles southof
Sanderson.
Homicide investigator was
Trooper Thomas C. Pace.

Two Black Men

Hold Up Hardce's

Two black men are being soughtfor MI wl n
the arm robbery of Hardee's in l vi, L QUANTI"flEUJ/RIGHTS BOLOGNA
Keystone Heights early August 1. ''IV D
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An undetermined amount of --..-
money was taken by the two men I PRICES GOOD
after they entered the business as N THURSAUGUST .WED.
the employees were going to work. _
::2-8, 1990
As of press time the two men remain -
at large. U.S.D.A. INSPECTED SELECT LEAN W-D REGULAR


3 Drug Lake ArrestsIn ButlerA TURKEY BOSTON BUTT fRANKS orBOLOGNA

two month undercover operationin
Union County netted three arrests
last week. WINGS PORK ROAST
According to Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead, the arrests were a result
of a combination effort with his
department and Florida Depart
ment of Law Enforcement.
Charged with possession and
delivery of crack cocaine were
Thomas Webb and Stirley Jones.
Charged with sale and distributionof
marijuana was Robert L Webb,
Sr.Whitehead.All of Lake Butler, said $1gaSELECT 99.

The operation is continuing with
additional arrests expected.

Starke Man ChargedIn 12-OZ.

Assault. At BarA LB. PKG.
28>'ear-old Starke man was arrested
July 28 after he pulled a gun
during an argument at K.D.'s Bar. U.S.DA. INSPECTED FAMILY PACKS FRYER LEAN BOSTON BUTT W-O WATER ADDEDCOOKED

Johnny Lee Staten was charged DRUMSTICKS . 88clj PORK STEAKS *218 .
with aggravated assault and posses-- LB . La R HAM .1.1WO 'wo $279
sion of firearm by convicted felon, .
according to Patrolman P. T. Gor
man. Staten allegedly had an argument BONELESS W-D ENDLESS LINK
with a female at the bar, attempted TURKEY SMOKEDSAUSAGE FILL YOUR FREEZER
to strike her with a baseballbat TWELVE 4-... FATTIES
and then pulled a gun. The vic HAM PORK W-D BEEF
tim said she threw a rock at the $800 $499
defendant's car, breaking a vent RIBLETS . 1tJ: PATTIES . . 311.ma
window, in order to get away from 1 SR99 FIFTY..... PATTIES
him. A search of Staten's vehicle PORK $ 001 ALL BEEF $ 00
revealed a 38 caliber gun in the / 3-LB. "III-LI. 16 ," 25 .
SPARERIBS
PATTIES.IZ
back seat, said Gorman. P1(0. . lOX BEEF sob ,
Bond for the charges was set at IN ana
$2,500, he was released on his own SLICED COOKED 79 COOKED MARKET STYLE III-LI.$900 SNOW CRAB

recognizance. TURKEY HAM LI. $2 LOBSTERS . 2 F011 $399 SLICED BACON. CLUSTERSI\ i $1800
Jacksonville Man W-O SLICED LOUIS filCH 7 PIECES INDIVIDUALLY FROZEN
Attempts To Redeem PRESTIGE STEAK BUN LENGTH BACON $200 WHITINGFILLETS
$699PAK
Lottery TicketA BACON . 7.z"t. $278 TURKEY FRANKS 2 FIIUt ILS $219 ENDS. . . $Kfi.- . . lFAAMER'S
BOB WHITE

charged 41-year-old with attempting Jacksonville to redeeman man is GROUND CHOICE 2 $ 59 BEEF $167 SAUSAGEPATTIES $1300 SOUTHERN PRIDE $099

altered lottery ticket July 27 at a TURKEY. . PKC1' | SPARERIBS. . LI. .1. BEEF PATTIES . PKG.
Handy Way in Lawtey.
Walter Edward Brown alleged!)
fled the scene after he was confronted HARVESTFRESH
by the clerk at the store,ac EVERYDAY I EVERYDAY ',
cording to Captain R. J. Shuford EVERYDAY i LOW PRICE
Brown was later arrested, charge LOW PRICE PRICE "''
with attempt to redeem altered Tottery LOW
ticket, resisting arrest withou
violence and retail theft (for takini ClttPl PRODUCE
a cigarette lighter from the store) s s
said Shuford.
Bond was set at $2,500 he wa Nature makes the produce.
released on his own recognizance. s WINN-DIXIE makes the difference
s
1
Lake Butler Man 1 HARVEST FRESH

Charged With TheftA WHITE SEEDLESS

32-year-old Union County mar GRAPES
was arrested in Bradford County Ju
ly 31, charged with stealing a car ir 1L1 SkTfti1R '
Union County.According. : .J
to Sheriff Jerry 990
Whitehead,a bolo was issued for the
.
arrest of Johnny Driggers of Lake LB.
Butler who was believed to be in the tk
if
Pleasant Grove area near Starke in
a vehicle he had taken from an
elderly lady several days ago. _
HARVEST FRESH
Driggers, charged with grand ITtT'A.'J7R'' i ,.jl.\jH.l..J'Hofli! "VIRYDAr LOW: PRICE.. SWEET SOUTHERN
theft, is in the custody of the Union
County Jail.Recent. BORDEN'S AMERICAN SUPERBRAHD
WESSONOIL 1 $499 LOW FAT PEACHESLB.
ArrestsIn fk' SINGLES . & HU$249
FROZEN YOGURT
Bradford CountyThe TENDER MILK LAYER BUTTERMILKor THRIFTY MAKSHOESTRING> CL

following arrests were made PILLSBURYBISCUITS $-04 ..5

County.by local authorities in Bradford $1g9 . 'Sc.POTATOES: . 2 MC* $109 .
48oz.BTL. ALL VARIETIES

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rested July 27 on a capias char ERBRAND. GAL96C PIZZA . FM HARVEST FRESH
conspiracy to sell cocaine, ALL VARIETIES VINE RIPETOMATOES
caine and possession of cocaine, according -
to Chief Deputy Pat Henry. BWEARROW $K99 SUPERBRAND CELLO $199 k
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Gregory Chandler, 27, was ar-
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substance in lieu of controlled OCEANEPEACHWHITE
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Singer. Bond was set at$5,000. + SHRIMP FILLETS GREEN 99C

June Benefield 26, was arrested 8. UNOIIISOLDSPF15 PEANUTS . u
July 26 for burglary, petit theft, ac- FISHERMANS lAg $ I I
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sion of drug paraphernalia, accor- PURPOSE SOAP !?'. $330 CATFISH FILLETS La CRABS._n_ --_ _. ._ ._ t--- r l"la I
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Bond was set at$2,000. I

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July 24 on a capais for sale of cannabis Thanks for Winn-Dixie.
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the winter months. When the
the canning kitchen her during
husband and son-in-law built for BCT Staff Writer crops came in, kitchens would turn
I Many people remember their into saunas and entire families
her next door to their double-wide
grandmother standing in a hot kit would pitch in to help prepare the
mobile home. The airconditioned16x28
chen vegetables fruits for canning
with steam rising from a large or
room has nil the modern canner as she tightened the metal Nowadays it's too easy to walk in-
conveniences, including n lids! and rings on row after row of to a grocery store and pick up a can
\ dish-washer. Cherry won five of glass jars filled with a wide variety or jar of something, and most kids
I ........ nine possible awards during the of colorful and flavorful vegetables have never tasted fruits and
rr'r annual of July canning and fruits. vegetables which were grown,
contest held in Union County. Homo cunning was a long and hot prepared and preserved in their own
job that hud to be done if people had homes.
J-,. But the old-fashioned art of taking
of. fresh locally grown produce and
.
preserving (in gleaming glass Jars
for future consumption Is not entirely
a casualty of modern times. Many
: SALUTING THE MEAl EXPERT people arc returning to the old
J methods and, learning that nothing
quite compares to the pleasure of
prying this lid off a jar of soup made
from vegetables harvested from a
1 THE W-D MARKET MANAGER backyard garden In fall and heatingit
6 up for the approval of a family
chilled by winter winds.

The next time you're make sure you get the cut noire j I fashioned But just because taste doesn't you enjoy mean the y'IUI old-

shopping WINN-DIXIE, of meat you want. Like I can't also! enjoy the new-fangled convenience

make It to meet at WINN-DIXIE and Avis Cherry of
a point everyone I Raiford has learned that the two can

your Market Manager. He's he's working to give you work very well together.Mrs. .
relative
Cherry, a newcomerto
the man behind the meat the lowest total food bill U.S. CHOICE Union County,captured the attention

and he's there for and make of many local people by winningfive
case sure your of nine possible awards in the

you. He'll answer any shopping Is a pleasant WHOLE I or HALF 1 annual of July celebration.canning contest Cherry at the producesher Fourth

questions you have and experience.TUB culinary treats in relative comfort -
since her son-in-law and her hus-
RIB EYESWinnDixie band,Harold,built her a 16x28 cann-
ing kitchen with all the comforts of

.BBBF PEOPLlt home.The one-room canning kitchen is
partially carpeted with a large central
work table and plenty of counter
and storage space. The kitchen Includes
a stove, dishwasher,
refrigerator/freezer, a specializeddeep
sink for washing and preparing
produce,a double normal-sized sink
c as ysTM some large propane gas burners in
addition to the stove,and a hot water
heater separate from the house.
The kitchen is air-conditioned by
rn two window units and has a stereo
SLICED ystem,and the Cherrys plan to addi
I I television set and a sewing center.
LB. FREE The Cherrys bring in the fruits of
.heir labor from their backyard
garden plot and wash and prepare it
SLICED FREE U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HA F in the comfort of their canning kit-

PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: L BONELESS RIB EYES LB. !398 J chen."Up until a year ago,I had to go to

STARKE the Farmer's Market in Jackson-
470 WEST MADISON STREET
ville to get the fruits and vegetablesI
canned," said Mrs. Cherry, "Thenwe
W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEFDELnONICO iW-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF bought this place and we love It."
Community E-Z CARVE You'll see a The Cherrys lived in Jacksonville
li' StaleBank until about a year ago when they
ziSTEAKS RIB ROAST W-D Brand moved into a double-wide mobile

of Starkc U.S. Choice home in Raiford, planted their

THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: $' 98 ? o a shield on garden and built their canning kit-
Checking Traveler's Checks y s, $3 chen. Their daughter. Robin Gay,
Savings Account Credit Can Applications" U acploln V ,OOVKNMINT OIADIDU. every cut has lived in Raiford for about seven
and she helps her mother in
Loan Applications Money Pl1I tJ".L : Hl + s+a o ; T' LB. LB. S. CHOICE of beefWinnDixie years bit.
the kitchen
Certificates of Deposit Night tipoalldiIJ 143J: ': L : t -"I canning.was raised in Georgia quite a and grew
Money Market Accounts Notary Public W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF
watching grandmother canning
HOURS: 'J RIB EYESTEAKS RIB EYEROAST sells. up things and my was just fascinated by
MON-WED. 9am-4pm. SIt jwnflf It means we've hand-selected it, said Mrs. Cherry. "My husband
THURS. 4 FBI. 9am6pm.SATURDAY .v was raised a city boy and I didn't
8am-2pm.: : BankW' your steak or roast from the think he'd take to it, but we have
finest U.S. Choice Beef really enjoyed it."

$400 available. see Canning page lOB

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LEMON SOUR CREAM or voluntary regardingwater
BUTTER heaters, hot tubs and spas
washing machines, sinks and
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dishwashers.In .
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1 bathtub or shower. During 1987, an
2 COCA ._ I DEL MONTE LIBBY'SPUDDING estimated 3,800 tap water scald in

26-oz. COLA CUPS POTTED MEAT juries were treated In hospital
SIZE U emergency rooms. About 60 pecenl
of the injuries occurred in bathtubs
followed by sinks and showers. More
090BTL. 990 3-oz. $100 than two-thirds of those injured were
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u.nwv aitiHt PEPPERMINT __ scald
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I BC Sheriffs Office Gets First Conviction n I

for Drug Free School Zone Law Violation

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by sUe Ellen Smith DeSue,who was arrested in April of couraged by DeSue's convictior I II
this year for selling cocaine within because the sheriffs office had!I H WAI311iQ
ICT SMI Writer 1,000 feet of the RUE Center in several cases like DeSue's still pending. ), j.q.y At. rna.
A 28-year-old Starke man thli. Starke,pleaded to the charge DeSue's conviction, he said,,, _
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week became the first guilt
person _
and other possession oft made it more likely that others I _
Bradford to be convicted anc I
County .
would be convicted.The
cocaine and violating parole. The +
sentenced for violating a Florida law conviction, Bradford Count! F r
last two charges each carried three-
:I !
which prohibits the sale of illegadrugs year sentences to be served concur- Deputy Sheriff Jim Gill said,is a victory 1 H4iV s wit
within 1,000 feet of a school. rentlvwith_ the first charge. for the sheriff's department in I _y
Willie Kenneth DeSue of Stark f l I
its war against drugs, especially in I h
Lt. David Aderholt, the officer
was sentenced to a mandatory three the battlefield of the county'sachools. N f a 1
years in prison for violating the I.w.!! who arrested DeSue said he'!was en- The sheriff's office and the
Bradford County School Board have
worked together for the past six
months to post signs warning would-
be drug dealers and buyers that theycould
be sentenced to a mandatorythree
years in prison if they are I lit r, f i
caught conducting the illegal 1A1 K l! 1N1
business within 1,000 feet of a school."I .
think the law is going to help a ttl ItIA 17Aii9l
lot. and the signs are going to helpthe ,, -, ..e.ater
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law, Gill said.
Gill said that the signs,which have
A been posted at every school in Brad- Slgna like the one on the light
ford County, will help law enforce- warning of penalties for violating< ment by leading to more convic law which tUte It It Illegal<< to tell or
'
tions. boy drag within 1.000 feet of a ., -
"If the judge asks us 'Did they school have been ported at all ---- I'
know they were violating this law?' Bradford County cbool. f1RtJC, ,.
we can say'Yes sir,there were signs \ w
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posted everywhere, Gill said. i aY
Superintendent of Schools Jim h t Cr
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Fridavs Execution Otiick and Efficient I

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death Friday, July Z7, the execution of Tafero's headpiece instead of the and asked to use the telephone. AWard -uim lilt removed her clothes and
row inmate Anthony Bertolottl. proper natural sponge caught fire. let Bertolotti into her home, aped her. Ultimately, Ward was
was.carried out swiftly and effi Bertolotti, 38, received a surge of where he armed himself with a knife s tabbed 14 times in the chest and ab-
ciently.Since electricity at 7:05 p.m.and was dead and robbed her of$30. He went back lomen.
the May execution of Jesse by 7:07 p.m. Bertolotti was sentenced into the house searching for more
Tafero the electric chair has set idle to death in April 1984 for the 1983 money and became angry when Bertolotti wrote several letters to
+r, while Investigators checked the murder of Carol Ward In Orange Ward tried to talk him into putting'' irosecutors: after his conviction
cause of the heavy smoke and County. He had.spent less time on down the knife. bowing, no remorse for his crime. "I
sparks that marred that execution. death row than most executed in- Bertolotti began stabbing Ward have no regrets or sorrows for the
Department of Corrections officiate mates. and when his knife broke, he found nurder of Carol Ward," he wrote
had maintained that human On the morning of Sept. 27, 1983, another and continued to stab her ihe. "should have locked her damn
error flawed Tafero's execution. An Ward was home alone when Bertolotti until she died, leaving the second loor I really did a favor by taking
artificial sponge Inserted Into approached her in her yard knife stuck in her body. At some *ler life, don t you think so9


Florida's Death Row To Get Space for 336 More InmatesFlorida I


State Prison's death row moved from FSP. The chair used today ty. He was executed May 25, 1979.! The three oldest death row in-
inmates will increase beyond the 384 was built in 1923 by Inmates and Only 22 executions have been carried mates are: James Agan,62,sentenced -
cells available within the next few was originally located in the flattop out since that date. from Bradford County; Wiliam
years, according to a task force. building at UCI,moved to FSP when In July 1976 the death row popula- Cruse, 62, sentenced from Brevard
Death row now houses 320 inmateson death row was moved there. Prior to tion climbed to 76. As of press time County and James Hamblen, 61,
three wings but that number 1923 executions were carried out by the only state with more inmates on sentenced from Duval County.
changes almost weekly, according counties usually by hanging. death row is Texas with 329.
to records.
Most death row inmates were
The Legislature allocated money Furman vs. Georgia representsthe Howard V. Douglas, received on sentenced from these counties
1 In the 1989-90! budget for a 336 bed June 1972 U. S. Supreme Court death row Dec. 5, 1973, has been on Dade ((39); Hillsborough (27)) .
death row Tactility to be built at decision to strike down capital death row. the longest. Douglas was"nnts.nr Broward (26)); Duval ((26)); Pinellas
Union Correctional Institution. punishment because it was found to >" '<-om Polk County (19)).
4 Some of the inmates might remainat tutlonal. Thus, the
fU FSP while others are moved to the sentence of 95 men and one woman
were commuted to life in prison. In
new housing unit.The new death row p.- -
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ry'. is expected to cost$13.1 million. December 1972, the capital punish-
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July 1976, the Supreme Court ruled
There are no plans to expand the that the new statutes were constitu- II. NEW HOLLAND INC.
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Classifieds Get Results! RENTAL

Clemency Hearing Set



For Roswell GilbertState ANNOUNCING. .

TOWN & COUNTRYVETERINARY
Comptroller Gerald Lewis, man. Hancock said he never thought NEW CLOTHING
who voted in 1985 to deny clemency Gilbert should spend 25 years in
to convicted mercy killer Roswell prison.
CLINICHwy. OUTLET
Gilbert,now favors his release from Two other Cabinet members also
.
prison."I are ready to consider freeing
don't think justice would be Gilbert, who has served 5V4 years ofa East Starke 964-6411 STORE IN STARKE!
served "keeping him in prison any 25-year sentence for the shooting
longer,' Lewis said.The chances of death of his
73-year-old wife to end
him committing a violent crime her suffering from Alzheimer's Hwy 100 E, 1 Mi. Off 301 on the Left.
again are nil. It's time to let him go disease and osteoporosis. 'Attorney
and make"room for more violence General Bob Butterworth and In- Welcomes ci ::1 Come in and save
criminals. surance Commissioner Tom
The man who convinced a jury Gallagher said they will consider Mike Ricker, DVM "- : on shorts, pants
that Gilbert's slaying of his elderly, clemency when the case is heard. r
ailing wife was murder, not mercy, & < f and shirts.
now wants to set Gilbert free. Clemency is granted in Florida
when the governor and three of the Risa Moore DVMYou All Styles All
"He should be released," says six Cabinet members support it. I
Kelly Hancock, who prosecuted Gilbert's case will be considered 4h
Sizes
Gilbert five years ago but left the Sept. 12.Gilbert. l{ :
state attorney's office in 1989 for his was moved from Lawtey Are Invitedto ; J\
own legal practice.? He said he still Correctional to the Reception Center Cordially IIJ' (
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Bradford County; Land Sales Total $1.202.800. for April

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Bradford land sales for the month Hazen, Gainesville, lots 12, 13, 14, Estevez to Kenneth Elton, Sr. and Thomas Edward and Sue Ellen NV4 lot 6 and allot 7, block 17 Livingston R. and Pamela Rohde, Rockledge
of April total $1,3>2,800, with only block 2, Shady Oaks subdivision at t Annetta Sue Varnes, Hampton, Korevec to Ray E. and Kay A. Murray Truby and Co.'s Addition to Fl., parcel on east side CR-325, section
one parcel exceeding $100,000. A Brooker, $3,500.Charles parcel in NEVi of SWV4, section 31, Branford, lot 88, Deerfoot Trail, Town of Starke, $5,600. 31, T7S, R22E $79,500.
total of 40 parcels were recorded D. Bullington to A. T7S, R22E, $36,000. $17 8800.Etrnest Richard G. and Louise M Smith to W.R.Brown Construction Co., Inc.
.._ during the month, according to Laverne Sam U, Melrose, parcelon Susan M. Faulkner O'Neal to R. and Mary Ann R. May, Benson Cain Trustee and Coline G. to Kenneth R. and Tammy R. Caverly -
records In the office of the Clerk of SR-16 at Pleasant Grove road, Phillip A. and Gena L. Gallo, parcelon Jr., to Peter Erdman and Irene Erd- Cain Trustee, lot 32 Seminole Ridge parcel in NWVi of SEtt, section
Courts at the courthouse. $4,200. Glendale Street, Dalewood, man, Lawtey, lot 51 and protion of Unit 6, $47,000. 35, T7S. R22E 77500.
Values of transactions are figured Teddy R. and Judith R. Clark to $43,500. lot 52, Woodlawn, section 13, T5S, Rex K. Smith to Hillman Eugene and Mary Alice
from the amount of documentarytaxes Jack M. and Virginia Crawford lot David L. and Kathy T. Gaines, R22E $6,500.Eugene Joseph and Martha, portion of Waldron, WUlacoochee, Ga. to Finis
paid at the time of recordingthe 20, DeerwoodL $84,900. Alachua Co. to David L. and DonnaL. Miles to Gall W. Hughes, NEV4 of SWK,section 12,T6S.R21E, R. and Myrtice W. Green, Hampton,
deed. Only transactions of$1,000or Kathy B. Cobb; Graham Russell, WV4 of block 40 in J.M. Gainesville parcel adjacent to $78,000. lot in Hampton, $1,000.
more are considered. to Allen Eugene Jolly and Count. Johns Addition to City of Starke. Keystone dub Estates, in SEVfc of Norma Sweeney, Alachua Co., to Jerry L. Whitehead to Jack D.
Sales for the month are: Crews, lot 22, Breamwood Point, Frank and Ann Gaglio, Clay Co., SWVi, section 24, TBS, R22E, $2,000. Walden B. Wadsworth, S 100' of Crawford, Jr., Lake Butler, parcelin
Charles A. Jr. and Sonya L. $15,000. to Albert Thomas Sullivan and Jef- Fredrick G. Mueller to Leonard G. block 6, Town of Hampton.$15,000. NEV4 section 31, T5S, R21E,
, Baldree to April D. and Edward N. Michele T. Norberg, Citurs Co. to frey Scott Sullivan, Melrose, parcelin and Suzanne Cord, Hampton, ]portion Dennis D.,Sr.and Marsha J.Tuel, 24900.
Moore, parcel on east side of SR-100 John Henry Hinson, Raiford, parcelin lot 14, Keystone Oak $45,000. of SWV of NEtt,section 22,T7S. Dennis D. Tuel, Jr. and Kristen A. Jim Walter Homes, Inc. and Mid-
in SEa;. section 26, T7S, R22E, SE'/ section 7, TVS, R22E, $5,700. Isodore R. and Artie L. Glisson to R21E, south of SR-18, $65,000. Tuel, Minnesota, to Joseph E. and State Trust, Inc. to Ronald N.
$45,000. George D. Jr. and JoAnn B. Chong Rim Suh and Chu Cha Sub, Ronald E. Newman, Jr. to John L. S. Michael, KeystoneHeigh Cooper and Victortia Davisi
Thomas A. and Betty A. Bostock, Copeland to Joseph Lindy and parcel in NWV4 of SEV4 section 35, Ruhl, Graham 1.5 acres, lot 57 lot 7 Keystone Oaks Sub- Melrose, 1 acre, the S 132' of
Alachua Co. to William D. Russells, Rebecca F. Gill, parcel in NWV of T6S, R22E $!}000. River Bend Estates, $6,000. division, $52,000. SWV4 of NWV4. section 25, T8S,
Archer, mobile home in E"/4 of SWV4 NW/4 section 13, T6S, R21E, $9,000. Kenneth \,;. and Christine L. Ronald E. Newman,Jr. to BelindaJ. U.S.,Solar Corporation to Kenneth R22E, $20,200."Florida's .
of SEVi of SEV4, section 21, T10S, Jack M. and Virginia Ann Greene Hillsborough Co. to RobertT. Bynum and Joey Wayne Nelson,
RISE, $24,500.Bradford Crawford to Martin R. and Tammy Hall, Keystone Heights, lot 23, Starke. 2 acres, lots 35 and 36, RiverBenmrl
Land and Cattle Co.,Inc. Green, 1 acre parcel west of SR-325, Geneva Shores, $6,500. Estates, $14,000.
to Richard E. and Marguita R. Stitt, south of Hampton, $37,000. English N. and Rumania W. Elbie Rigdon, Lester Slade and
Keystone Heights, 3.97 acres, lots 4 Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell Crosley Hilton, Duval County, to Elton C. Jr. Joanne Slade to Sammie E. Fowleror GaS
and 5, River Bend Estates, $17,000. to Michele T. Norberg, Homasassa and Vivian O. Stanaland, Donald C. Lott, Hampton, 1.21 GRIFFIS
Bradford Land and Cattle Co., Inc. Springs, parcel in SEft section 7, Gainesville, 2 parcels on Big Lake acres in SWtt of SE'X. and SEVi of
to Gerald R. and Faye Hopper, Lake T7S, R22E, $5,700. Santa Fe, adjacent to Cypress SEV4\ section 24,T7S, R21E, $10,500.
Butler, 1.10 acres, lot 65, River Bend Beach, $140,000.J.C. Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
Estates $12,000.Bradford David and Teresa Rachel Dyal to and Elizabeth Vining, Don Emmet Ferguson and Harry H. Rod-
Land and Cattle Co., Anthony Carl, Jr. and Darlene L. Joiner, Elizabeth Yacey and Mary denberry and William J. Garonl!,Jr., Natural Choice Since 1941'HOMEOWNER'S
Inc., to Raymond E. and Tina Evans, and Anthony Carl, Sr. and Ann Hope to Thomas R. Long, Jacksonville, lots 5 and 6, Deerfoot
Kerschner, Hampton, lot 16, River Betty T. Evans, Keystone Heights Jacksonville, Wtt of NEtt\ south of Trail, $24,000.Janine .
Bend Estates, 10500. lots 73, 75, 77, Cypress Ave., crystalLake SR-100 and SEV of NWVi,section 22, G. and Ronnie E. Sellers to SPEC!
Brooker Development Corporation Homesites, $30,000. T6S, R21E, $72,500. Edwin and Margaret M. Williams,
to James E. and Diane "M Dionisis E. and Patricia M. 1m. 11Jm R} 1

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sheriff's office cooperated to buy New 1 legislation passed this year JJ... V'/If!''', '
two types of signs, small signs on makes it illegal to sell or buy drugs of people learn the course teaches students .,,' \: ., .;.r\GRIFFISGas..v '
metal posts to be posted on side within 200 feet of public or private how to prepare income tax how to save money on their .. Y .:,..re-F : ..;.. ;0.,,.
and to be boltedto universities other
streets larger signs colleges or post
returns from H & R Block: and taxes and also prepares them
school buildings. secondary educational institutionsor
Duncan said he believed the signs within 200 feet of any public park. then earn money as income tax for a rewarding career.
warning of the penalties for Violation of this law also carries a preparers. H & R Block: theworld's The affordable fee includes
violating the law will be a deterrentto mandatory three-year sentence.Gill $9900K
illegal drug activity around the said the sheriff's office had no largest! income tax textbooks and supplies. ONLY
schools."I plans at this time to post signs at the preparation service offers its Graduates receive Certificates
think it will be a deterrent," Santa Fe Community College An- Income Tax Course starting of Achievement and INCLUDES
Duncan said. "Much of the drug drews Center. The main concern September 4,1990.Experienced education units 120 GAL. TANK INSTALLATION
traffic around the schools is fairly now for the sheriff's office, he said, continuing
close to the schools. The side streets was the county's schools. instructors teach (CEU's). Qualified graduatestax a 50 GALLONS PROPANE
law, theory, and of the course may be offered a UP TO 10' OF TUBING

I SFCC Regular Registration Begins Next Week application. Classroom job interviews with II & R e COMPLETE SAFETY INSPECTION

R egular .... be t classes ._ b ____u_..__ discussion and practice Block, but are under no OF YOUR ENTIRE GAS SYSTEMSjVAWTODAY'FOR
regis"ra on gms nex in uusiness, accounting and
week the Fall problems provide students with obligation to
far 1990 term at the computers.In accepta '
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Andrews Center of Santa Fe Community addition to basic classes, the thorough understanding! of employment. : H
College in Starke. schedule also includes Spanish and each tax topic included in the :FROM:FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWING
Registration is by appointment on- II, Class Piano, Art Fundamentals, ';,INDEPENDENT PROPANE COMPANY _
ly on August 6 and 7, with open Public Speaking, and Real Estate course. Students learn how to Those interested in more
registration August 8-10. Students Principles. The complete schedulecan handle increasingly complex information about the II & R STARKE WALDO
will be able to register from 10 a.m. be found in an Ad in the
income
tax situations the Block Income Tax Course
as 4681792IN
964-7725
to 4 p.m. daily, with a special even- B-section of today's paper. may
ing session from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thurs- The fall semester begins August 27 course progresses. contact the H & R Block office
day, August 9. and ends December 20. Ideal for people who want to in Bradford Square or call FLORIDA 1-(800)( ) 628-5824
The Fall 1990 schedule has a For more information, please call increase their tax knowledge, 964-8286. Sale Limited Time Only
record 62 credit offerings including 964-5382.


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I Man--Cwirty of Rape Gets Sentence Delay r BUY HERE PAY HERE J

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A 24-year-old Gainesville man Gainesville.He was identified by the Deer Foot Trail subdivision acrossthe Rosa County. He also has a prior
found
guilty of rape has received a victim as the one who attacked her. road from the Renaud home.Her conviction in Alachua County for
delay In his sentencing which was Also a suspect(in another rape that partially clad body was found In a false Imprisonment and sexual bat- E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy
scheduled for July 31 before Acting occurred two months Knicker- wooded area behind her home
Circuit Judge Tom Elwell. bocker was arrested laterj 1989 March 23.While tery.According to Knickerbocker he Deals with E-Z Wheels
Michael C. during a burglary.Knickerbocker's. waited for authorities to questionhim
Knickerbocker was attorney re- physical evidence does not after Renaud was murdered but
three found guilty by a Jury June 29 of quested he be sentenced after the link Knickerbocker to the murder at they never came. During his in- ((904) 964-7783
counts of sexual battery and pending cases are disposed in this time, his January, 1989 release carceration in Alachua authorities T:MMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple Avenue
one count each
and of armed burglary Alachua County.At from prison should have made him were prohibited from questioning Manager Starke. FL 32091
kidnapping. Knickerbocker the time of the murder of12yearold an immediate suspect. He spent 3V4 him in the Renaud murder. -
times raped the 20-year-old woman three Meghan Renaud, years in prison for two counts of sex- An extended grand jury has been
during the attack May 21, 1989 Knickerbocker was living in Brad- ual battery and one count each of charged with Inquiring into the V'
at the Colonial In1tJ.'
Oaks apartment In ford County with his parents In the kidnapping and car theft from Santa vestigation of the Renaud murder.his


I Boating Accident Cause DeterminedEquipment tl II Jessie's Lounge :

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Starke, Florida
failure is the reason with the lab. substance,possibly paint from when floating and washed up on the bank
given for the July 4th boating accident "With vibration and wear the the boat was pulled upon the trailer, were the cause of the accident. The
on Little Lako Santa Fe. shaft and propeller slid easily back said Thompson."We tires were placed in the lake last October "Where Music & Entertainment Abound"TUESDATLADIES
and forth. There was no damage, it as fish attractors but some of
According to Lt.David Thompson, just seemed to have pulled out of the have nothing to indicate the the tires apparently came loose
there is a bolt missing where the connecting collar," said Thompson.The driver of the boat was operating in a from their moorings. The tires have :
shaft connects to the transmission. four bolt clamp had a rear bolt reckless or careless manner, been removed from the lake even NIGHT
Florida an officer with the missing and the shaft worked loose although the speed was fast it wasn't though they have not been ruled a i
Game and Fresh Water Fish from the connecting collar and excessive and we have ruled out any cause of the accident.A *
Commission, said he has completedhis allowed it to slide backwards, said alcohol involvement, said Thompson. survey of the lake Indicates no Live Band
investigation, having spent con- Thompson. There is no indicatin of No charges will be filed by his tires are floating, however, should F R
siderable time examining boats, the boat having struck anything.Two department, said Thompson. anyone see tires they are asked to .
talking with the SK boat manufacture black marks on the boat have Lakers were concerned the immediately report the sighting by Ladies Drink Free Span -II pm
representative and conferring been analyzed as a crystal bundles of tires they were finding calling 18003428105. I -. _


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Marshal Fined for Misconductwho WANTED ALIVE: Aug. 3 & 4
I Lx-Hampton i1 !SOUTHERN RAGE: Aug. 7, 10 & 11.

Raymond D. Simmons, former grand jury. Simmons pled to the was sought bylaw enforcement work. The investigation found Happy Hour
marshal of Hampton,pled no contest lesser included offense (a misde- officers in Florida and Penn- that Simmons owned Ladlee about WATCH Mon.-Fri.
July 30 to attempted official miscon- meanor) under a plea agreementwith sylvania. The Investigation found $5,000. FOR '
duct. Simmons was fined $200 plus the state.A that Ladlee had worked for Sim- Gov. Bob Martinez suspended 4:00 DRINK
costs, placed on a six months court Florida Department of Law En- mons' roofing company for about Simmons, who first was elected NUTS & ALL :
probation and ordered to relinquishhis forcment investigation following the two years and that Simmons knew marshal In 1986 and won reelectionIn BOLTS REDUCED''
law enforcement certificate. Feb. 8, 1989 arrest of David Wayne Ladlee was a fugitive from at least 1988 in a 73-71 vote over Mayor .
Simmons,46, was indicted May 8, Ladlee,40, on a 1986 felony warrant June 1988 to January 1989. Ladlee Elwood Padgett. The Hampton City AUG
1989 for official misconduct extor- from Pennsylvania,led to the indict- was threatened with arrest when he Council hired former Starke police NIGHT 964-9995
tion and accessory after the fact ment against Simmons. He was complained to Simmons several Lt.John Hodges to serve as marshalin
(both felonies) by a Bradford County charged with protecting the fugitive times that he was not being paid for October, 1989.
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Divorces Bradford GrantedIn CountyThe LAKE AREA : :

following marriages were
dissolved In Bradford County duringthe
month of July. PHYSICAL THERAPY, Inc.

Leonard Ermas Darrah &
Frances Charlene Darrah. CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY"Physical h
James Leon Nettles & Helen Mae I
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Jean James Clark.Richard Clark & Connie Therapy, Occupational Therapy, m/*&

Theresa Percy Ricks Everett Sullivan.Sulivan, III & & Speech Pathology U.S. 301 S. Starke 964-7701 2SO SW 9th St. Lake Butler 496-2564

Dewey Ingoe & Mandy Irene In- Medicare. Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted

goe.Henry Van Payne & Rose Marie
Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP
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Charles E. Williams & Karen R. Peggy Ploatner, O.T.R. O'c"SgO e ,;'
Williams. Laura Hodges P.T. S q"ill'Cil1'9P.S
William Albert Hamilton & Kerri G'cS"
Ann Hamilton. Beth Bigelow P.T.. RN A.T.C. illJ1e
Edward Dean Graham & Sherryl
Lynn Graham. 3.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.
Donna K. Duncan & Jimmy Lee Melrose, Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091
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Rastus Aaron & Minnie Pearl 475-3-M3* w 964- 2O8 -- tVJJj!
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Freddie Bell, Sr. & Karen Mathis Hours by Appointment Physician Referral I ((1Ni QlJ.JEjf:4tIJtWtfJJ :

Bell.Gerald Fred Fellows &.Glory A.

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Continue License,
Vehicle Inspections

Bradford CountyThe Patrol will $99 DOWN 'S3S PER WEEK;;I General' Electric Washer & Dryer Sale
Florida Highway
be conducting driver license and '79 Pontiac Gran Prix: $ .495 sram. 1 ONLY 1 ONLY
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- V8, AT PS, PB. AC #3432
ing the week of Aug.3 through Aug 9 VJ Washer Elect. Dryer
on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, 80 Chev Malibu $
SR-16, CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B, V6. AT PSPB AC #3452 .95 SATISFACTIONS #8340,Almond Color #DDE0580, White
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, $399SALE
Reg.
CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A 79 Pontiac LeMansV6. $1495 Reg. $680SALE
in Bradford County. AT. PS. PB. AC #3451
Recognizing the danger presentedto

equipment.the public Troopers by defective will concen-vehicle :!$199 DOWN w ;$40>PER>WEEK
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trate their efforts on vehicles being Large Capacity
operated with defects such as bad 79 Plymouth Arrow P/K $1695 Wash, Rinse,
brakes, worn tires and defective 4 Cyl.. 4 spd.. #3455 Temperature Selections

tention lighting will equipment.be directed In addition to drivers, at- 78 Dodge U-1OO P/U $ g 695 General Electric
who would violate the driver license 6 Cyl.. Std Trans. #3439

laws The of Patrol Florida.has found these check- 78 Toyota Celica $ g 695 x ; I Refrigerator Sale
points to be an effective means of en- 4 Cyl.. 5 spd.. #3423 _

license forcing laws the equipment of Florida while and driver Insur- 83 Pontiac Phoenix:' $2495 15 Cu. Ft.Refrigerator. Great BuyRefrigerator
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ing the protection of all motorists. 4 Cyl., AT. PS. PB. AC. #3101 .w' '

Union CountyThe }:$299 DOWN!'izC$ '$40 PER WEEK<; I V.- ___' 1' 1 Only, White, 24 Cu. Ft., Almond

be conducting Florida Highway driver license Patrol and will 84 Ford EXP $2895 __ #TB15, Reg. $549 #TFX245, Reg. $1360
dur- 4 A/C. #3458 =
vehicle inspection checkpoints 4 Cyl. Spd. SALE
ing the week of Aug.3 through Aug.9 SALE
In SR-100, SR-121T SR-231, SR-241, 77 Lincoln Continental $2495
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, V., AT. PS PW PB. AC #3273 w :
CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- $368 $1 078
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83 Chrysler
796A in Union County.CIRCLE $2995 i-: "
4 Cyl.. AT PS PB. AC. #3447 .

FENCE 81 Ford Mustanj $2895 _.. .
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& ALUMINUM 4$499',DOWNtY$4O; :PER WEEKS < BUY! in stock
COMPANYSERVING 1 for immediate
STARKF. 78 Olds Cutlass $24 5 .-a delivery
KEYSTONE HOTS.&MEtROSB VS. 2 Dr. AT PS. PB. AC #3448 r.av :- EMERSON
CR 18 & Hwy. 100
84 Subaru GL
473-9625 4 Cyl. 2 Dr'AT AC #3428 $2995 t WINDOW $'269

fSfiypcsI t of C11Cfltg:. 82 .Buick Century $2995 UNITS
z V6. 4 Dr AT PS. PB, AC #3390 y:ti a?' 5000 BTU .

I Sales, Service "Inslallatiotl. '84 Mercury Topaz $2895

4 Cyl., AT. PS. PB,

LIFE&PRAISE 919Stark. MINISTRIES lr,:$699'DOWN ililai >$45:PER:-WEEK' 3- GAS GRILLS 4O / 4VCR

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FL 32091PASTOR 84 Ford 'TBirdV6.
EDWARD L VAN CAMP $3495
AT. PS PB AC #3425 OffItems

AFUILGOSPEIFAMLYCHUROJ"Come" experience the difference 83 Mercury Cougar $3695 $99 Select Remote Controlled
Schedule of Services: V6. AT. PS. PB AC. #3444

.Sunday 10:30: Morning Worship 83 Chev Celebrity $3895 Ducane G E $209,
Evening Worship V6. AT. PS.
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Loaded with many extras. $5600 1980 24X52 MOBILE HOME:3 BR/2 BA. 1231 Bradford St.. Pool table $75.. I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS :: 20S N. Temple, Starke
Central heat Excellent condition. MONTH. CALL 964ALUMINUM -
Please call 964-5647 after 8 p.m. Computer $45., bedroom furniture $14.99 PER
2 $11,500 negotiable. 752-3653 after baby clothes many other item 6946. 12 Cecelia Terwllleear
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1975 DATSUN 260Z: $800. 964-2654. p.m. 4 7 HOMES
SAVE UP TO $8.000 on new 1991 Skyline PLATES.Measures 24x36
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1970 VW KARMAN GHIA: Custom paint Doublewide. Call 1-755-5114 9 til 4pm. Come out 100 west to 3rd Inches,$.50 each. Great for patching BEAUTIFUL BRICK 3 BR home In Country Club area. CH/A, outside wooden
and interior. Boom stereo system Circle B Homes Lake City. Florida. St., turn left3rd house on left. and repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 W. deck with 1 ac. and very well k.pt lawn. This house must .Immediately..
$3800. For call Your Volume Giant! 4 Call St Starke. 12 Please call today for more details.
485-1442. more 2 Information USED HOMESI) Many to choose from. IT'S HAPPENINGIIII Bake.Craft and Yard SMALL 4X8 UTILITY TRAILER: Road -3 AC. WBR., /2 BA CN/A HOME- In Country Club area.- 2444 sq. ".-
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED Call 1-755-5114. Circle B Homes Sale. Sat.8/4/90.8:30: am t III l ? 407 N. ready. $175. Must sell. Can be seen Assumable mortgage

VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes Lake City, Florida 4 Westmoreland St 7 at 909 N. Thompson St 12 HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME: w/beautlful view of Lake
CREDIT CHECK AND PREAPPROVALON FRI & SAT; July 3 & 4, 9 miles West of SATELLITE DISH With receiver and de- Sampson.
: Located at Brlmwood
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Point. 3BR/2BA! central heat Insulated
carpeted
MOBILE HOME LOANS: Call Starkeand Smiles Eastof Lake Butleron scrambler and remote. Complete and pump
Buyers Guide. -602-838-8885, Ext. Kent 1-755-5114 Circle B Homes. Hwy 100. A good variety of Items. works good.Orlg$2000-Now$1200.7823660.tfn windows, skylights, mahogany"' doors, sunken tub, ceiling fans, 2205 SF
A-3493. 2 living room, 1537 SF
GRANADA Lake City Florida Your Volume GlantlPALM THURS.. FRI., & SAT; 9 HI 5. 5 families, 12 wraparound porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
1978 FORD : PS Auto., financing to qualified buyer. Reduced to sell
4 Olins Trailer Park 16 W.. 1 st DoubleI I I LIVING ROOM FURNITURE: Sofa, love
stereo runs good. $450. Call 964- PRESTIGIOUS HOME
In the city of Starke. 4BR/3BA wood floors-
fireplace
4910 after 5pm. 2 MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. wide on right 7 seatandchair,blue and mauve. Never
1986 CAVALIER: Auto., Air. AM/FM CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend in 3 FAMILY Yard Sale. Fri. &Sat Aug 3-4. used. Must selll $295.00. 964-3936. many extras609 W. Call Street.
Stereo low mileage. $600 equity porch carport,utility shed. New 25 yr. 8111 l ?.On 301 In Lawley near red light. 12FRESH COUNTRY CLUB AREA:3BR/2 1/2 BA brick home fireplace, pool hot tub. Immaculate

assume payments of$173.Call 964- overroof. City water/sewer on ra. Have nice childrens & adult clothes I| OKRA: $15.00 bushel. Call 485- condition. Must sell..Call today.
6320 after 6 pm. BOB GRAVES, fenced lot In Waldo.Immaculate((305)) household lteml.what-nolland much 1687. 12 COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR HOME Gorgeous landscaping.3BR/38A. Must see to
PLEASE CALL AGAIN THERE 883-8288 or 9646727. 4 more. 7 1 16' WOODEN BUILDING; 3 windows believe I Reduced to sell-Call today
WAS A MISTAKE... 2 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12 X 65. 2 YARD SALE; 327 N. Clark St Fri. & Sat some Inside panelling. $550. 080. NICE 3 BR CONCRETE BLOCK HOME In the country. Hardwood floors, with S

'78FORDECONOLINEV6.SW8.; Runs BR. 1 BA. Large living dining and LARGE 3 family yard sale tools what- 964-7628. 12 acres of land.Home Is priced to sell. Great Buy I
good body rough Inside nice.$850. kitchen area. Good cond. Must be nots.albums electrical boxes lots of 'MISC.\/ USED FURNITURE:wicker dining -2 STORY CEDAR STONE home on 4 1/2 acres. Only 4 yrs. old. 2 BR w/huge

OBO 964-8616 aft 5pm. 2 moved. $4200. 964-3511 4 other items, 100 East of Market Rd. room brass bed dresser etc. Call loft upstairs. All appl. Jenn-AIre, bathrooms ceramic tile, kitchen quarry
'74 FORD VAN 351 Windsor engine, 1974 Mobile Home 12x66.3 BR 2BA. off 301 N. Sat only Sam til 7 Rain 782-1423 after 12 noon. 12 tile.Sop. mud room 1Ig.. porch In front screened-ln back sun room w/addt'l.
runs good good tires $800. 080 Good condition electric pole 2 AC Cancels' 7 I'BRAHMA: BULLS: Very gentle. Calves carport. Mutt Sell I

964-5206 2 units ready for set-up $6000. 964- FRI.,& SAT., 8 til ?, Bessent Road to NE and yearlings. $300 to $550 each. FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD, Beautiful block home on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3

1981 FORD ESCORT STATION 6284.4 10th St, follow signs Childrens 964-6565. 12 BR/2 BA. Assumable! mortgage. REDUCED to$79.000
MOBILE HOME on one acre with well Imens PEAVY channel mixer board excellent -
WAGON low clothes bikes household items 12 -A
: AT mileage runs toys WONDERFUL 3 BR HOME In the country with 4 acres. Beautifully maintained.
septic and electrical pole.. 964-7724 .. condition $300. Fender Stra-
tn
great 964-6820 evenings.2 & womens clorhlnn CH/A..Must see to believe) Call today for an appointment.IN .
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1979 MERCURY COUGAR XR7 $800 Saturday. Aug. 4, 8-2.3 mi. W. of 301 on tocaster Squire 2, grover tuners 3 CITY LIMITS, nice 4 BR2'BA.! Completely furnished! Must sell. Call to-
12x60.2SR.II2BA.Singlewlde$3500.MUll months old hard shell case included,
OBO. 964-6955 aft. 6pm 2 100 to Crosby Lake (Paulk Road), day'
1980 TOYOTA Celica. Very good condition Sell. Will, nego. 964-2541 or follow signs. 7 excellent condition $325. Peavey HANDYMAN SPECIAL 111 I

Call 964-3421 2 485-1627 evenings. 4 Sat, & Sun., Aug. 4 ft 5. Five family yardsalecamping Stereo Chorus 400 guitar head 120 OLD CONCRETE'BLOCK HOMI in
Limits .75 .
City on Ac. Fixer
upper.reduced.IN
watts RMS 3 months old excellent
88 LX clothing
with
Mustang hatch Loaded. / equipment
'" TOWN 2 BR/2 BA central heat and Outside with '
air. deck Hardwood
$7500. or$500. down and take over household items ml so. 1/4 mile south condition,$325. Call Phil Jones-964- floor

2 yr. paymntsof$220.mo.964-6551 "1 ,. :, ...'S. ;:1("F',... .UNQ u', I ofSH18onOS301 7 9272 12 gr.at Investment property or rental property.

'. .. <. .. J RAIN OR SHINE; Aug. 3 5. 9 am til? ABOVE GROUND POOL 21x4 ft.. 1 yr. MOBILE HOMES
83 Silverado, 4 wheel drive truck. Fully Furniture clothing.'79 CMC Van Lots old Heavy duty liner pamp & filter MOBILE HOME ON 2 ACRES w/20'x30'pole barn nice neighborhood' Call for
loaded. Many added extras Call 964- LOSTORSTOLEN;Golden blonde cocker of miso. 375 N. Cherry St 7 small deck mesh net cover cleaning details

5647 after 6pm 2 and spaniel small mix.black Answers youngdoglookslikeminiature Daisy Stinky FRI. 4 SAT., Chairs table, recliner desk items.Buyer must take down $650. MUST SELL 3 ac. w/beautlful D'WIde MH w/all new appt., septic tank well.
lots of 964-3349 12
chair house goods clothes, Call today.
< Labrador.Answers to Zoro. nice things' ,41/2 ml. from 301 west of rWO i new Acoustic Guitars for sale One ATTRACTIVE 3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDEi .
On 1
COMMERCIAL: PROPERTY Missing from Immokalee Road Key- 225 on 68th St, Watch for retails for$400 will sell for$175.One Ac. Underground pool dbl carport ,
REHT, LEASE. SELL \ stone Heights 7/21/90. Please call Lawtey signs.7YESTERDAY'S on for$125. Will consider trading one for garage huge. glatsed-ln sunroom large utility room. Remodeled to look
473-3014. 5ANIMALS like a house must tee It to believe itl I
TREASURES nexct to bass and amp. 964-7569 12
1 17 Ft tri-haul fiberglassboat for sale. Best MOBILE HOME ON 2.5 AC. w/above ground pool. Well kept! Assumable
COMMERCIAL BUILDING-FOR SALE: .' & :PETS' Ed's Appliances Is buying good used
Immaculate condition f for profes- : ( : furniture & misc household items. offer. AI Younq 964-691812 mortgage.
sional offices retail stores beauty :FOR\'SALE;\ I 964-2986.310 E. Call St 7 S 5 i piece antique white" pattern bed- LAKEFRONT PROPERTY

shop, restaurant florist, sq. ft. GIANT GARAGE SALE Sat 9-4 utility room suite, like new $475. Mattress' I I3
CH/A Excellent location, parking. trailer, water softner old farm tools from $5 to $75. set. Something for LEVEL. 4 BR, S BA HOMI ON THE LAKE CH/A, approx 3000 sq. ". Beautiful,
HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: All metal incl. Yesterday's Treasures, asphalt drive w/2 acres of land- Call Today
Selling below appraisal. BYOWNER new tent lots of knives pocket everyone )
964-8738. 3 patented device controls fleas in the knives clothes, furniture what-nots formerly Mary's Variety Shop 310 E. -7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVA Great developing property. Reduced

COMMEROiAL BUILDING on Highway home without Pesticides. Results books,household items,African geese Call St.. 12 HANDSOME BRICK HOME ON LAKE Only 3 yrs old. Very modern. Circular
301 in StarKe. Lot size is 35 X 100. overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY and lots more. 756 West Market drive with all tile and carp.t flooring. CH/A 3 BR, 2'i!. BA. Assumable Mortgage
& GOLDKIST. 6
Building is 2500 sq. f ft Reduced for REGISTERED 5 old Road Starke, FL964-B592 across Call Today

quick sale. Call Harry at 904-964- with papers.year Excellent thoroughbredstallion disp. from State Farmers Marker, 301 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
8061.3 north. 7
... rideable Will take offers. 9645206PIT FANTASTIC INVESTMENT 10 Ac. on 301 with Income producing potential.
8 ___ __ I
----- ---- 3300 SF. Retail store and
[1 (l BOATS' ... ;; I & ENGLISH puppies for sale Leslie NEW LAKEFRONT HOME (Under Con.t.) system several wells, and living septic quarters.tanks. Price Asphalt REDUCED driveway to Sell I French drain
; Whitehead. 496-2895 6
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco Home In City Limits. Zoned commercial
.
2.0OO + Square Feet 146' on Quiet Private
16 FT Aluminum boat motor and trailer across from Wlnn Dixie on Rd. 100 W. REDUCED. Assam. Mtg.

14 ft aluminum boat motor and trailer, ,j YARD.. :SALESSAT. : i Clear Water Lake. Close to shopping -2 LOTS ZONED COMMERCIAL OFF 301 en SR It-El Great Investment call

964-5901. 8MIDDLEBURG now.
center. Many extras. Completed price, DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL BUILDING location Great) Call today. I

: :LAND:: FOR SALE & SUN.Aug. 4 &8.9-5. Household $97,000.00. -2 1-ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS Mutt sell. Call Today. :
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hems toys, furniture too many itemsto TWO LOTS Ready to build on. B..utllulloca-tlon: Lakewood Estates. A very

name..G. IM_Sub..,Rt 1 Box 705 Financing Arranged cpnestlglous neighborhood. Call today for ,more Informallo''r! <. ,? ,<.
: 1-5 Acres from $7500. N.E. 15th St follow signs from hwy 'P2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Each lot, 140'x140'. Ready to develop.Tnvest '
$195/Down; $95/Mo. Owner. 282- 16E or 230 at NE 13th St 7 today for tomorrow's future.

0066. Call 473-0530 after 8 p.m. FRI & SAT. 81117 310 Lafayette St.. third, GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop. Call to-
WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. house behind Burger King antiques Call Owners at 964-6853 or 964-3739 day. Reduced to tell I F

23.4 & 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- furniture/ handmade crafts, Hoosier -20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank 3 acre fish pond, {
prox.9.3 Ao.870 ft on waterfront Anyor country Items misc. 4 families 964- many extras. Priced to move. REDUCED '

all lots ((305)) 883-8288 or 964- 4048 7 -19 PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE RD. W, Owner financing. Call today.

6727. V.A. F.H.A. & -3 AC. ON FORSYTH ROAD Great location for a beautiful home. Call today.
CORNER LOT for sale In Starke 75 X FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N. 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
110. Terms Neo 964-7963 "
CONVENTIONAL tr.... Hwy frontage of 400' approx. 1-well 2 septic tanks fenced pond.
.g Great Investment. Call Today

AFTER HOURS
HOME FINANCING

Sandra TerwilUgor . . . . . . .964. 211

Call Harold K. Davis Anne TerwilUgar Brown . . . . . 473-7541

Cecelia rwlllegar. . . . . . . . .964.7776

GAINESVILLE Ph. 964-3739

P.O.Box B68,Starke FL
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EQUAL HOUSING fv gamg REALTOR tsr N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 Starke IIwy. 301 EL S. [@ :a

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ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc.Located %/nomss s/Lot "'Ac age sWatcrfrontsFarms

Hwy. 301 2 blocks South of C.12. 10O 221 Lafayette St. vCoaimerclalI
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*NEW LISTING: 3 BR/2 BA Horn In City. CH/A, KM I cuts starter horn pricedto Strstty s I GRAHAM 4BR/3BA Stucco Bldg, large Family Room w/Flreploce.
tell at 33900. 97-90 Evening* &,Weekends I Refrl' and Dishwasher 4
964-4522 CH/A. Range, W.III Septic, Lark. Oak Tress, 3
*2 BR/2 BA CBi: Home with Florida room. In city mutt bee to appreciate. By I Ac., Inground Pool.
6TARB ,BL
You Full Service Real Estate Office
oppt. only 92-90 s I 5... 35TH STREET A-Frame CB home. 3 BR/2 BA, CH/A. Fireplace Family s

*2.45 ACRES with 3 BR/1 BA Mobil. Home. Owner need to tell due to II- David L I Rm Laundry Rm.. 10x16 Wood Utility Bldg. w/Water and Electricity.2.79
Dodge'MSACRA
.... Priced at $26.000. 53-90 I Ac. I !
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on Sampson Lake, lot It 100'x720'. 64-90 s I HANDYMAN SPECIAL Old Farm Frame House with Well and Septic. 3.8' .

LAWTEY AREA) Beautiful 3 BRit BA home, CH/A, screened porch alto hat 2 Res. 964-5370 i.i: Acres.

BR/1 BA MH used for rental. All this on 4 acret. 36-90 s DALEWOOD SUBDIVISION 3 BR/2 BA CB Home, Family Room CH/A, s
LAKE PRIVILEDGES to George's Lake 3 lots each 75x100 all 3 lots __ I Range Refrlg. and Dishwasher, 1800 SF. landscaped lot.

$7800. 23-90 : : REALTOR SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick Living Dining Family

I ACRES with active working chicken form ( 3 BR/1 BA ho..... 56-90 Rooms CH/A, 2310 SF, Porches, 2.8 Acres s
*$ mmerCia
+3 BR/2 BA CB HOME IN CITY Fireplace, separate DR. yard chain link COUNTRY LIVING, 3 BR/2 BA Frame, Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo'

fenced 71.90 s I wi Snack Bar, Den Screened Porch 3.62 Acres, Pole Barn Nice Cleared a

EXCELLENT RENTAL INCOMI at a price you can afford. $19,900. In PRICE aEDUCEDlI1 I Spot for Garden.

town. 98-90 Excellent Buy In Startle's FIat Neighborhood 1 1403 PRATT STREET 3 BR/1 Vt BA CB S From., Large Family Room launI -

*EXCELLENT FARM LAND) Cross-fenced. Perfect for cattle or hortes. 40 Ac 1/2 On Corner lot. Nice Outside Storage Bldg. I dry Room, Nice Lot s

and houte. 87-90 WE WANT AN OFFER HURRY II OWNER ANXIOUS II I NEW BRICK HOME 4 BR/2 BA, Stove, Refrlg. < Dishwasher Sun Deck. ,
*POOL DON'T MISS THIS ONES 4 BR with 1 1/2 beautiful acres. 91-90 WILL CONSIDER LEASE/PURCHASE s 2240 SF. Well & Septic, 1 Acre.
*OWNER FINANCING Various size parcel of land. I I 4 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 3 BR/1 BA A-From. w/Porchei All

*LEASE PURCHASE B..utlful.xecutlv. horn with 9 acres. 86-90 *SR 1WGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CHI.... All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI [ Round. 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed Well t Septic. On Paved
BRICK HOME, UNION COUNTY 1924 Excellent location. 84-90 a Road
sq. ft. CH/A. *CONVENIENT FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. L
*TWO BEAUTIFUL HIGH DRY WOODED building lots Each 146x200. Owner BEST AREA Starka. Brkk Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. QUIET AND PEACEFUL, 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story. Stove Refrlg., Elect.

financing. $9500 each. 89-89 *H ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Older" MH. 2 Wells. Heat, Window AC Well > Septic 1 Acre.
*COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: Restricted shaded building lot. On paved road. LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA Frame. Scr..ned Porch., 14x16 Utility
area.
*40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage Lawtey
Owner financing. 136-89 Building. W.III Septic.
LAKEFRONTl FI.h. Swim. W.nd cottage. Fum. Sandy beach.
*1 BR 2 BA KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBi CH/A 6 yrs old., 2 Ac. Owner *37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. A TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA Doublewide Mobil. Home. CH/A. s

transferred and anxious. Covered by Buyers Protection Plan. 84-90 *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. I Stove & Refrlg. Graham Area.
*WELL KEPT SPACIOUS older home. 4 BR, 2 BA. Maintenance free .exterior COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
*3 YR. OLD BEAUTY 3/2. CH/A. 1250 .f. all appliances.
1.31 Ac. completely fenced lots. More extras. 88-90. WALNUT STREETS Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. s
*4.7*ACRISt Well 2 septic, older MH optional. $22,500
*GOOD 2 BR, 1 BAi Excellent condition on 2 1/2 Ac. CH/A, range, ref rlg., I HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway. plenty of warehouse space
walk to neighborhood.
20x24 tep. garageck 38-90 *BRKK2iCHA.. shopping quiet 100x300. s HWY 301 North! Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home 12x60 Mobile
LAKE turn. Nice.
*BEDFORD 2/1. CH/A. completely
*LARGE BUILDING LOT 301x142 City utilities. Owner may divide. 69-90 financed. Home, 40.60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tanks and 4 Wells w/Pumps on
LAWTSY AREA Spacious elder home. 3/2 Owner
*SEVERAL MOBILE HOMES tram 24>S4 te J2x4G, 1 or 4.bedrooms.2 baths. All $80,000 3 Acres.
SELL House w/33.9 30 cleared.
*PRICED TO Farm ac. ac
excellent condition. On. ecre or mar financing available t. qualified s EAST CALL STREET Nice Office Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Praca
*ZONED ..0.. Beautiful new 2-story. Over 4000 sf and 3 car garage. I
24-21-tO lice.
buyer. *BEAUTIFUL STORY brick cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 "'cr...
SELECTED PROPERTIES
*HANDY MAN SPECIAUWaldo city water. sewer, 3/1 18.000. Goo Area
I 40 ACRES Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pines Near s
Call One qf Our Professionally *FRAME IN STARKE City water and sewer, walk to everything. $10.000. Lawtey. ,
*OVER I ACi Brick 4/21/2 CH/A. ever 2100 SF. All appliances.
Trained S Today..964-5069 fplc. s HOME BLDO. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water Sewage, Owner Financing. s
WATERFRONTCrotby lake canal. Doublewide, CH/A. Rge.. Refrlg. HOME BLDG. LOTS Shady Oaks S/O Breaker.

After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: FARM HOUSE I BARNS on 3 ac. Good area.Close to Starke. REDUCED FOUR S-ACRE TRACTS Brooker Hwy. Frontage, Owner Financing.
*2 STORY CEDAR, 3600 sf.. S BR. 3 BA. CH/A. 2 F.PI. rge., refrlg., D/w. Nice THREE 2-ACRS RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker Owner Financing. s
Irene L. mlkner..964-S142 *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITEiS BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 ac. REDUCED AFTER HOURS

Darlene Godwln..468-25O3 *US 301 SOUTH, large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close In I s Wayne Douglas 4-Mt3 Bill Dedd.74M
*COUNTRY CLUB) BEAUTYl Immaculate' ham*. All amenities. Top of te Una. | Novlt Ward M4-7444 ,
Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964-9O4O Bill One *44.4e 4A

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WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor-
BILL'S APPLIANCI, USED
SALES AND CREPE MYRTLE- NOW BLOOMING Red.
PIANO FOR SALE; Wanted: Responsible LPN position avail on 7-3, 3-11, 11-7 STARKE CITY LIMITS:$7,500 buys 2 BR REPAIR SERVICE. Buy torn., ..11!! torn., White, Pink and Whit. At Martin'sFruit man W.II and Septic Tank Inc.- 2S4
party to take on small monthly shifts Mon. thru Fit. at W. Frank home plus extra building lot.Call 904- trod. lorn, fix torn. 496-2090. 4lpd. Farm. Ft. Whit. W. else have Inch water wells. Pump sales, sor-
payments on piano. See 372-6881. 18 4/12-4/26 th.n vlee. Installation septic tanks, lift,
locally Call Wells TFN. fruit plants. 4972621. Closed Sunday
Manager at((205)) 344 952 anytime. Good Nursing benefits Home, state, Macclenny retirement and FL ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES TRAILER HITCH for full six. truck. Call 5tchrg. 8/2 8/30. tatlont- N.w Installation, drolnlleld

., eie -- .. .. shift differential on 3-11 A 11-7 shifts. from $1 U-repair( ). Delinquent tax 964-6791 a.k for Jason. TFN. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible repair Contact. Bryan (Skeeter)
,'/ Repossessions.Details call STEEL DOCBOX full sis. truck, small Jones-275-2004- x Jones- 275.2716.
I '" "' Call Reatha Bumsed, D.O.N.,at 259- property. for Dou.bl. party to take on monthly
: /L ,9fiJ: E j1i, i 6158 or apply in person. EOE 1-602-438-8885. Ext W-17283. doort. Swivel ..at. Call Jason at payments on piano. See locally. Call After 6 p.m.State licensedAll I/25 work
estimates. Stpd
...". ., ,, LICENSED HAMPTON LAKE AREA: BR.2 BA brick 964-8791. TFN. manager anytime. 205.344.3932.3tchrg. guaranteed-
; cosmetologist wanted. Busy Ib 1+ acre. Excellent cond. Ideal for PIANO FOR SAL Responsible party to 8/2 8/16. 2/22 then/n
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIRall utili- salon,7 chair shop. 1 chair available horses. 468-2895,468-1919. assume small. monthly payments on QUEEN SIZI WATER BED drawers.., 3 LOUIE NOEGEL LAWN SERVICE Free
ties paid. From $37.50 964-4151 964-4645.. TFN Can b. of heats, comforter and Estimates. 4963923. 3tchrg. 7/26.
pillow
up week Iv' 3/1 HOUSE ON 4 ACRES: Frontage onSR.100.112mlleswestcfKeystone spinet piano. seen locally sets
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut Si. RESIDENTIAL Technicians: Needed for Credit Dept. 9042548481. 3tchrg. hams.. $175. 4963099. Mchrg. 8/2. 8/16.
Starke in front of Post Office. Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Heights. Can be zoned commercial. 71982. BABYSITTING WANTED Experiencedmom
13HALF Facility located In Starke Flor- 79500. 473-9387. leave ACREAGE 5 acres In W.S. Area off road would like to core for your child.
ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for ida. Qualifications:AA degree,with 2 or call 813-281-7596. 16 message 18A. Call 472-4081. Diane Hold.r P.O. HOMES FOR SALE Will provide lunch snacks Infants to
rent Close to prison. Call" 468-I323. years related Mental Health/Sub ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES Box 528 Newberry. 3tchrg. 7/26, 8/9. 12 years welcome. Reasonable rates.
TFN 13 stance Abuse/Residential experience. from GRAPES PICK OR WE PICK at Martin'sFruit Convlently located In Lake Butler.
$1 (U-repair Delinquent tax
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MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Additional be substituted Whit. Closed HOUSE-THREE BEDROOM one bath. Janice Noegel 496-3923, anytime.
: 2 and 3 experience may property.Repossessions.Details,call Farm Ft. Sunday,
Bedrooms. Near 2000. To b. removed from lot. Call 4tchrg2t. 7/26, 823.HOUSECLEANING .
Prison. Call 964- for degree or BA In related field. 1-602-838-8883. Ext GH3493.BY 4972621.
6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 All shifts needed Including part-time 4963737. tfn/chg. 8/2 Need your house .
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile weekends. Shift differential wl th OWNER:Clean,large 4 BR, 1 1/2 BA cleaned? Call 4961253. 2tchrg. 7/26.

from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN company benefits. Starting salary concrete In Starke.block nome. CH, A/C carpet ..______._.__._____.<.00,:._,____ -------_._------ 8/2.
13 $14,000. 15750. Deadline for all 39900. OBO. For & &'& & & [ VANITY FORM A dream world to lingerieand

3 SR, 1 '5 BATH MOBILE HOME Air. applications, July 27 1990. Send appt call after 5 pm 17267651.ASSUMABLE.NENQLoan.SBedrooms.. :. accessories. For more Information
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heal Jove,jrefrig., carpet Unfur resume to BRADFORD-PUTNAM- JK 1, call 4961253. 2tchrg. 7/26. 8/2.
nished\ On private shade trees UNION-GUIDANCE CLINICS INC. 2 Baths Nice Starke Sub., 2+ acres. ,

on Griffls! Loop.$250 month and$150 1 P.O. Box 1177 Starke. FL 32091 Owner translated MUST SELL, Call TREE AND STUMP I HELPWANTEC
security deposit' Leave message EOE 15SECRETARV 964-4106. No agents please.
or
call after 8 p.m.964-2999.No of SPECIALIST: Highly professional OWNER:3 BR 1 BA,Uvingroom,din- -
pets
waterbeds. 13 secretarial position for Hospital Ingroom, lamilyroom with fireplace REMOVAL ATTENTION I EARN MONEY READING
2 SR, 1 BATH HOME:$325 month $250 Administrator. Must possess eat-In kitchen on 2 acres fenced with BOOKSI 32.000/yr. Income potential.Details .
deposit Call 1-468.1857. 13 Work Perfect Skills; Duties Include 30X30 shop. Off 219 on Hall Road _, 1.602.838.8885 Ext. BK-9127.::!
RENT, LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY: complex secretarial skills In Medical near Melrose. $72,500. 475-1586. hI 3tpd. 7/19 8/2.
In Lake Hampton Oaks.6 ml. south of Department. Well-organized and 2 BR. 1 BA, house. $5000. equity and ATTENTION! GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR
.
Starke. 3 BR/2 SA, screened porch highly motivated Individual to handle, assume of$269 per I AREAI 17,8"0.$6985. Call ((1))
CH/A. wAv carpel kitchen furnished! many job responsibilities. Excellent mo. mortgagelymnl StPERSONAL 6028388885. ext. R-9127.
$550/mo$350deposil; Call 468-1857 typing and grammar skills; Ability to .. ... 964-9300 !",ATTENTION. POSTAL JOBS I Start

after 13 6 pm or 374-4181. M-F days. communicate Medical Terminology verbally preferred.and In writing Must; :.',. ,.. .i i! .. A* $11.41/hourI((1) 602-838-8885.! Fort application Ext. M9127.Info call 6

be familiar SERVICES. a.m.-10 p.m.. 7 days. 3tpd. 8/2. 8/16.
2 BEDROOM APT. 2nd floor, with a variety of office '
stove WANTED DRIVER FOR LP GAS DELIVERY
and gas Included.$65.wk. NO equipment Including word processor. WANT TO DRINK THATS YOUR BUSINESS -, 1i FOR be
PETS SALE 0 TRUCK must 21 old and have
; yr.
Call964-8498. transcription equipment telecommunications WANT .bc.h
13 TO STOP? THAT'S I I ... good driving record. Call 496-2564,
ROOMS FOR WORKING PEOPLE. Air terminal,etc.Approximately OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous, 964- Fill Dirt ': Sowy.r Gas. TFN.
conditioned. 40 hour work week with 's'topSoi!
South of Starke on 301. generous 3619, 964-4150, 964661417 : ,
No prices over phone. 964-5687. state benefits.To apply complete and NEED YOUR HOME OR OFFICE. '"
13 send a state application along with a CLEANED? Call Theresa's Cleaning I I Large or Small Loads of Llmerock YARD SALEB.J.
2 BR. 2 BA, Mobile Home, CH/A, on copy of State Typing Test to: C.H. Service,473-7539,after 8 p m. Residential c J
Kingsley Lake.Sept 8 to May 17. No Draggers,Personnel Manager II,North and Commercial. 17 I Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer FOISTER'S HOUSE 360 N.W. 3rd St
children$325.mo.Call 5333-2602 or Florida Reception Center, P.O. Box SPECIALIZING In roof'leaks,repairs and Lots of girls clothes and many other
752-4339 13 628 Lake Butler,Florida 32054,((904))., retooling. 964-3511 17 .964-6182 ,964.5823"9614 bargains. Sat. Aug. 4, 8 a.m. tit' 12:00:
2 ; 109"5
NEWLY remodeled small 2BR frame 496-2222 EOE 15 EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and noon.
house carpet, CH/A. Close to shop- LAB TECHNICIAN: challenging, hard' care for your Infant in my home. Ex- YARD SALE Baby items T.V., books and
ping. $235. mo. plus security +refer- working possition available for testing cellent references. 9643521. other thing 2nd St. behind Trinity
ences. 964-6680 after 12 noon. lab. Minerals processing backgrounda 17 Church. Thurs.-Sat. Itchrg. 8/2.
13 plus, but will train appropriate per HOUSEKEEPING: Christian lady has WORK WANTEDWill
2 BR MOBILE HOME: One child maxi- son. H.S. diploma with experience or new openings to clean your home, MOBILE HOMES
mum. Call 964-821. 13 A.A.S. degree required with skills to. weekyorb-weekyGood) ( references.Call do office work from my home.
ONE BEDROOM Apartment,Stove ft Re- (learn testing procedures. Send res- Linda at 964-6529. 17 FOR SALE
frigerator( .$70 weekly w/utilities. Dep. ume to: Lab Director Carpco Inc., WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well Accounting payables/receivables; typing;
No Pets. 964-6232 13 4120 Haines St., Jacksonville FL' repair, all makes and models. Lifelong 1M7
FORA payroll; Inventory tracking.Will ZIMMER DOUBLEWIDE 1,600 iq. ft
ENT: 3 BR, 2 BA, D/W, CH/A. 32206 15 resident with many years experi Carport, screened porch 3 bed/2 bath
fenced yard. $325. mo.+dep.w/1 yr. DIESEL MECHANIC Mack trucks Cat ence. Call Collier at 964-6529. Pick-Up and Deliver. Central heat and air, fireplace, gardentub.
lease. Castle Properties USA Inc. wheel loaders top pay year round 17CHILD To be moved. $21,000 or best of.
work Send to P & T Transfer Excellent background with references. Cut
Licensed Real Estate Broker 964- apps. CARE In my home by FSP/B.O.- fer. Call 15263236. 4tchrg. 8/2 8/23.
5065 13 Inc., P.O. Box 854 Clewiston. FL Experienced mother of 2. Breakfast, overhead I
2 BR/2 S4 DOUBLEWIDE: Completely 33440,1-813-983-4124,Ask for Tom lunch snacks provided. $45.00 full- your RENT"
furnished"with washer and dryer. WOMAN to do maid work. Must live In. time.Call Monya 81964-4594 for more FOR
Central heat and air,electric.$300/ Private room.50 years of age+up,or' Info. 17 782-3570
month husband wife, 964-7184 ask for SINGLE male will trade room ft board for
plus deposit Rent from
June
RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE
thru Sept 30 only.Call Castle Properties 1- Ross. 15.ATTENTION help with 8& 16 year old daughters ft --......... .... ..... ...- --.... .... ....... monthly. Security deposit S160-S200 required.
U.S.A.. Inc., licensed real estate : EARN MONEY READING house. Beautiful new lakefront home, Sid's Park behind S&S. 6tpd. 7/26, 8/30
broker. 964-5065. 13 BOOKS! $32,000/year Income poi- Keystone. Private Bedroom, private 3 810-2 BATH MOBILE HOME CH8A
LARGE DOUBLEWIDE, 38R. 2BA In tential.Details.(1))602-838-8885 Ext bath. Daytime ]Job and 1 child OK, Ww M1i Large lot. Rent and deposit Worthington
excellent location, $310. per mo., Bk 17283 15 Prefernondrinking Christian lady.964- Springs. 4962554. Itpd. 8/2
$150. deposit 964-8704 13 City of Starke POLICE OFFICER; Florida 8848 or 473-3627 eves. 17 ? ONE :1 BED.MOBILE HOME In residential
WALDO3; BRhouse,stove ref.,fenced State Certified, must be 19 years of RESIDENTIAL Technicians: Needed for WORKING WONDERS area. Central heat and air. $180 per
yard,$225 mo., 1 st,last+$100 security age have current Florida Drivers License !- Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential month. Plus $100 Sec. Deposit call
!' dep..No-pets,964-3060after, 6pm ,High School Diploma orequiva- Facility located in Starke, FlorIda Service nights and weekends 4963452. 8/2
lent stand a detailed background Qualifications:AA degree with 2 Cleaning 8/9.
-2 BR M/H CH/A{ 'Nd Pets Children:; Investigation, meet all State require-, related Cleaning "
:rift xi. years Meotal.rJealth/S"'lv> *,,, ,,j5 m 'a Deep Cleaning .
p' $250 permo.-$1bO sad.'&ep.'9641.1 i! :'ments and oral boards. ApptyStarka stance Abuse/Resldentfalexpenence r' *"...--_ ,. ''" .,
'
6251 13ATTENTION City Hall, Personnel Deptartment Additional experience may be substituted Vfltte, Office Martell NOTICE
NEED SOMEONE TO LIVE IN and help tor degree or BA In related!field. Manager 9&L9738 President
: ''HEpiWANTEiJ": : care for elderly person. Must be ableto All shifts needed Including part-time CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
weekends. Shift differential wi th Residential Commercial IncorporatedTHORNTON .
lift Call 533-2261. 15 to the Union County Times office
co: J PRESCHOOL Teacher needed. Experi- company benefits. Starting salary -....... .... .... ..... In writing and paid in advance
enced only. Must be at least 25 yrs. $14,000. 15750. Deadline for all unless credit Is already establishedwith
: EASY WORK EXCEL- old. For further Information call 864- applications, July 27, 1990, Send this office.
LENT PAY) Assemble products at 5232.15 resume to BRADFORD-PUTNAM- THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
home. Details, call 1-602-838-6885. ICU Nurse needed during week 7pm to UNION-GUIDANCE CLINICS, INC. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Ext W17283. 15 7am shift Great benefits with state P.O. Box 1177 Starke, FL 32091 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start retirement Call Kay Do lIng at 259- EOE 15 THE TELEPHONE.
$11.41/hourl For application Info, call 3151 at Ed Faser Memorial Hospital, WESLEY LAND CLEARING: Fishing .. Classified' deadline Is MONDAY. 5
1-602-838-8885.W-17283.,6 am- Mon. thru Fri. only. EOE 15AFFORDABLE_ ponds road building land clearing. P.M., prior to Thursday publication
___ 431-10900n496-2281. 17 Minimum charge is 15 words for S3.50.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. .. then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Openings available In several areas, ;WANTED" ': ;
will train. For Info, call 708-742-8620 ,
ext 362 15 T.H.E.APARTMENTS ,- '
j BE A PARALEGAL Accredited 1976, WiLL BUY USED OR NONWORKING
Attorney Instructed,Home Study, Fin. VCRs or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- Classifieds
r Aid. Free Catalog. SCI 1-800-669- 1273 ask for Morris. 11
2555.15
MAKE $8.00 PER HOUR: After 90 days 922 E. Brownlee St. t 4
i doing Intricate band saw work.Mature Camp Blandlntf Rd. Get Results
persons with tool experience only need Starke. FL 32091 -
I apply. Apply In person, Fantasy t- : .
Woodcraft Lawtey. 15 964-7133 .
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT JOBS -
I YOUR AREA. 1784069485. Call 2 & 3 BR. family oriEnted. with
J 1-602-838-8885 Ext R-3493. laundry & large playground.FREE AND JONES CONST.,INC. DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY
1 15DIESEL 8
t LOCOMOTIVE EMPLOYMENT: Electricity flnt month. Robert Thornton is now in the 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke
J Company engaging In repairing and Rent 30% of your monthly Income: Eves tc Weekends: 964-7578
business and
locomotive If you quality. logging buying
railroad diesel
\ rebuilding
If $3.35 hr.. 40 hr.. a
you earn per:
* Is the Individuals: timber. Would
seeking' following week& have 3 dependents, your appreciate Well Drilling -
I DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE ELECTRI- rent would be about $112: monthor about
to
talking
j. CIAN. Fully qualified to follow wiring $3.73 per day for days left In the you any [Residential & Irrigation ,
5 diagram schematic, able to complete month for move-In alter the first.Qualified timber you want to sell. Water
and test all AC 4 DC currents. Single Accepted. Please call Thornton and Jones
LOCOMOTIVE MECHANIC/ be low
DIESEL -Move.In cost can as aa
WELDER: Fully qualified In heavy $1O.OO ''tout Income Construction, Inc. at
I repair of EMD 567 & 645 engine .s.:. .Hawtfn
: Certified all positions welders. Send @ R rtl.Jor 31* 964-4663 Pump
resume to Personnel Director P.O. ofYouflneonwEqual I
I Drawer A. Starke FL 32091. Housing U YQual4II\ Sales &

15ATTENTION tAll
:EARN MONEYTYPINGAT Service On "h
'
" HOMEI! 32,000/yr Income potential.
Details, call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. T- CARGILL INCORPORATEDis 'I Makes 9647O61 -
3493. 15 !
E f' ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI! Start Ue1305

$11.41/hourl(1)602-838-8885.For application Ext. M-3493;ilnfocall am now accepting applications for chicken catchers. toft

Opm, 7 days 15 Qualified should the
applicants possess following:
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Posi-

I, tion Location: Counselor: Starke and Intake/Specialist Lake Butler. e Ability to work long and flexible hours A heat pump f1oJiu

Duties: Will help organize and cont 8 Must be physically fit I.
duce a vocational counseling program No
and an emplo ability counseling program experience necessaryIn anyone will
with JTPA Clients.Provide program return we offer: fee1llljjJJoncomfortable
t eligibility screening at local JTPA

omce.testingforpros Schedule work assess and entt 9 Paid Holidays .': .. /I. '

arrange Interviews with employer 8 Paid Vacation \ ,

Other duties aa aslgned by Program 8 Tuition Reimbursement f __ J:;,
Director. Qualifications\ : F"r(4)( year I .... :, .
8 Paid Life Insurance with -
college degree from accredited Institution. Company
experience In Health/Dental Benefits ,
Two(2) years
social work, counseling! ,outreachwork ...... .....
,or a related field;with emphasis 8 Year Round Full-Time Work Iaf Iia fNae Uo1200 .ar ..... ,
.
reladons. Must possesi, It's bound ID snridt sling IssttnffceUnrf
on public
well;MustM/ PROVIDE TO AND nirt. IIaaIIIIiI die XI;
to communicate WE TRANSPORTATION FROM WORK SIGHTWe es
ability '
Drivers License 1200 Wcslherfm.beet sump Is becktd'bjr sn odushc tmnuhcturcr 10 year
bondable, Valid have Vehicle Florida Insurance>. and require a pre-employment physical. Including a drug and alcohol screen. S 1 Enltad s.et.nty roabethdweemanssorsjidc< .plua 2 yeas on parta And
J the tmirr hlfh!!cflkkm Wpe reduce jour cnemusip all year Ian(.
be County.a resident Submit of resume'Bradford to:or Suwan-Union Verification is conducted on all Information provided on the application. Can hrfsjr hr.m

: nee P.O. River Box 70 Economic Live Oak Council.FL 32060 Inc.: PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON MONDAY FRIDAY 8:30 1:00 .7JMMr COWARTAir

.
Deadline for submission of resume
10 a.m. Monday August 8 EOE CARGILL. INCORPORATED

R.rCMon.health.thru Public'heath; and home health home! 5421 West Beaver Street Conditioning Contractors

experience; required, Call Kay Dowl- Jacksonville. Florida 32205 CACoareaa
at 259-3151. Mon.thru Fri.only or amramading BnMow4 CCoaat7..adl I 964-8025August2.1880 I
Ing
,apply at Ed Fraser Memorial Hosptlal.EOe Equal Opportunity Employer ceuntl e for ever 1. 7Uft.

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Old-Fashioned Canning Methods Are New-Fangled Easy I


from page 313 Cherry said he still has work to do dill pickles arid pickled green Fourth: of July celebration in union
"We have just about anything you on the kitchen which still needs 'tomatoes, both prize; winners at the County.
can name" she said, pointing out doors on the cabinets and a few other .
tall shelves stacked four and five finishing touches. "Being retired Is

-. 1..f. 11' jars deep. "Just about anything" Is tough" he said, "You never get a Kosher Dill Pickles .
exactly what the Cherrys have as an day off."
1' .S' it examination of the shelves disclose Cherry helps his wife with the 4 quarts of cucumbers 3 quarts water
1 rows of pickles and pickled produce harvesting, cleaning and slicing the 1 head of fresh dill per quart 1 quart vinegar

t like peppers onions, okra, squash produce and has learned to endure 1 clove of garlic per quart 1 cup salt
and green tomatoes. All sorts of his wife's enthusiasm! for the hobby
jams, jellies and preserves sit on with good grace. "I've learned that red peppers

shelves next to tomatoes anytime we see something in a store Soak the cucumbers overnight In Ice water. Pack
asparagus, peas, corn and vegetablesoup. that has .
anything to do with canning.I'd
1tIflfLLd + 4 Even unusual items like Mrs. better steer her clear or buy it,# cucumbers, garlic dill and peppers In the jar. Boll the
Cherry's cinnamon pickles can be he said, referring to high-stacked vinegar water and salt together. Pour over the pickles and
found the newest of the unusual are boxes of mason jars and numerous process jars In hot water for 10 minutes.
jars of fig-pear preserves. canners stored around the kitchen.
Mrs. Cherry said she loves to experiment After retiring when he first voiced Pickled Green Tomatoes
with different recipes and the idea of moving into a mobile i
combinations of produce. Trial and home, Mrs. Cherry was hesitant and 5 lbs. small firm green tomatoes 6 or 7 garlic cloves
error have produced her family's told him she couldn't can in a mobile 3 1/2 distilled vinegar fresh dill
favorite delicacies.A cups
home kitchen. They came up with 6 or 7 bay leaves
special shelf holds Mrs. the idea of the canning kitchen and 1/4 cup canning salt ,
Cherry s prize winners including her things got moving pretty quickly.Mrs. I
blue ribbon for pickled green Cherry is passing her love for Wash and core tomatoes. Cut In 1/2 or 1/4 or leave wholeIf

tomatoes red ribbons for blueberry home-canned foods down to her small. Bring vinegar, water and salt to a boil. Pack

I jelly, kosher dill pickles and daughter and granddaughter, who tomatoes In heated jars. leaving about a 1/4 Inch head
vegetable soup and a third place rib- also live in Raiford. And she has
bon for cinnamon pickles. space. Add 1 garlic clove 1 head of dill and 1 bay leaf to
recipes to well. However
pass on as
The Cherrys recently finished off there aren't any closely guardedfamily each Jar. Pour hot liquid over tomatoes. leaving 1/4 Inch
125 quarts of tomatoes and have secrets since Mrs. Cherry head space. Process Jars In hot water for 15 minutes.

begun putting up tomatoe juice, generally alters recipes to suit her
since their garden produced so well. tastes.

Tomatoes and pickles are Mrs. However, she was able to outline
Cherry's two favorite things to can. two of her favorite recipes- kosher the addtloii
!l vwiou/itet
TTe" J 1 I .. -. IEIVSL1 L'L TIl1\1I. prou s V PARX< > LA-SE a our lm.|licnicr
PARK-LAM fnhlon d..'....mcutd
Keystone Heights Area Aas .. diircrcncf tatwo bans ">iii.J end
I .tll d..rt ard/ot Id.:t.r"tWA..f'. lan &ouitatctry
( fAKK LA.! II ....Mdbl. prletltLTPJUI ,

FURNITURE LAND OCA SERVICESlawn Interior/Ex iU..<... '<,' *.'0', ...aptttout.ed
FOR SALE WANTED care. b, lOV
tenor Painting Build or repair porches, otrdurfn. .? GRA..brOPE.t.aELEs ;
SECTIONAL-SOFA / -size bed. MIODLEBURC acres from $7500. $195 fences, shed etc. Floor tile, wall ( R.0TiO>,
RETIRED COUPLE Want to lease home
Good condition. 30000. 473.3609 or down, $95/mo. Owner 282.0066. on paneling replace screening General Come loin ul end teVviw HIIJTOSI
.73.2210. ItpdB.2HELP 473.0530 alter 6 p.m. 4tchg7/12 or near lake of any size. Large trees, fix-It a repair./ Call 4733120. LOCH sL SI: ESS aa1Ex Friday, A.mn,
hr "
privacy preferred. Please send description 10.600000m R.nn pooI
$0.00 OOWN-1 road 3tpd7-26-B-9 ... .ad refmhsuim With usA .
acres on paved In phone number to Box 1442 Inverness d> ln. turn
WANTEDCLAY Melroie. $8500- only $150/mo. Florida 32650. SPARTAN. 'ENT.-Con beat contractors 1. N'e'M lOOkb4 Ibrwud w mft; >ou.' this
1-659-2269.31chg8.2.9.16 4tpd7-26/8.2916 prices. Anything from tennis courts to ipctitl ,.ml!!
COUNTY-Sheriff Office is patios. Work guaranteed. 4730713. AND
accep- CARPOOLER-wanted. Daily from SYLVIA
ting applications for a Licensed Practical FOR SALE Keystone Heights to NAS JAX. Leave ltpdS-2 cun d ,.....
Nurse. Experience in a correctional Keystone 6 a.m. leave NAS at 4 p.m. 7iir
institution desired but not re Call
473.4470.
Itpd82LOVING
SATELLITE SYSTEM repossessed due to
quired. Starting salary $18.894. For applications divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing MOM.Will babysit your childrenIn YARD SALES (
.
call 904 264 6512, ext. 120. down. $39/mo. 12721031. my home.days. 473.4531.1tchg8-2
Closing date Is August 15. 1990. EOE. ...tchg7.12.8.2SATELLITE GARAGE SAIE-2 mi. north of Keystoneon

2tchg8.2.9 SYSTEM.like new 6 mo. old 21, Service Plus. Saturday August ., y .
JUST ADOPTED small children. Need 4. 1tchg8-2
with scrambler. Nothing down. .
mature couple to help with large $49/mo. 1-272.1018.. 4chg7-12.8-2 CARS :3 FAMILIESSaturday August 4. 240 Fair
home, yard and children. Yard way 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ltpd8-2
maintenance approx. 20 hrs. per PIANO Responsible party to assume 1985 TOYOTA.MINI.CRUISER. Good condition LOTS ft lOTS-of beautiful unsoiled baby CiraitdOp wm9a46 week. Housework and child care ap small monthly payments on spinetpiano. low price. Call 4752680. clothes, stroller and misc. Cardinal
Can be seen locally. Credit 1985 MERCURY Cougar. $3200. 473. .
prox. 30 hrs. per week. Will supply 0708 Drive across from KH Elementary
beautiful furnished poolside, apt. at Department 904.251.84813tchg719.89 2tchg8-2-9 School. Friday. 91. Itchg8.2 Friday, August 10 a 6:00 P.M. 9.00 P.M.
home utilities and $300 SATURDAY ONLY-9 to 4 turn
our plus per a.m. p.m.
SM. UPRIGHT-Freeier, Manual d.fro.t.Good "PERSONAUZEO COLOR
month. Persons must be mature (pref. SERVICES off SR 21 to 21B. Follow signs.Clothing. 4 Call NOW for your ,
cond. $75. Queen-slie' sofa bed.
retired), no children In good 'health Good solid condo Earthtone colors. $75. toys, household Items, misc. Itchg.8-2 AND FASHION MAKEOVER"It )
and moral character. References to BILL'S LAWN SERVICE ,
4733613 2tchg72682PIANOWanted mowing raking
character will be Call will Include4 :
required. Gary or
: Responsible party to edging. Coll 4730165.4tpd712198.2 LOSTWALLETTaupe ; '
Diane tl2-0189. Gainesville ItchgS > a PROFESSIONAL ANALYSIS of your Best Fashion Style
take on small monthly on
SCHOOL BUS.DRIVERS NEEDED. Contact piano. See locally. Call payments manager at ROOFING.All types, shingling hot tar color, lost atMIII.r',July Colon and Skin Type.
Clay County School Board Human ((205)) 344.5952 anytime. 3tchg8-2-9-16 and aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for 25. Please call-need Medicare cards plus a CUSTOMIZED SKIN CARE PROGRAM
Resources Division, 272-810O BLACK t WHITE.New 8mm Camcorder free estimates. 473.7073.4tpd7.12.19.268.2 and driver's license. 4732366. 1tpd8-2 e and a FABULOUS MAKEUP SESSION sharing the secrets of
28..6514. 4732011. EOE. ltchgB-2
650 Intake the pros!
projector Holly high
manifold. Air cleaner/Water conditioner HOME SERVICES.Carpet cleaning ser- LOST OR STOLEN; Golden blonde
rifle, misc. 4732225. vice. Free estimates 473-0757. cocker spaniel mix.Answers to Daisyor
FOR RENT SPRINGWALL-Adiustable bed ltpdS-2 twin size 4tpd7/12.19-26/8-2 Stinky and small black young 11III m '1--= 5 ..";rr, '0:,1"'TT r-s 11.'" "'
$450. Dehumidifier 30 qt cap. $75. PROFESSIONAL-House Cleaning. Particular dog. looks like miniature Labrador.
LAKE ACCESS or 3BR mobile homes. 12.place setting Noritakl fine china. who comes In your home? Call Answers to 2oro. Missing from Appoiftfftnt iy 473-0764
$145/$155 per month. Lake Geneva Written appraisal. $1200 will sell for me, resident' for 16 years References. Immokalee Road,Keystone Heights, Only
Blvd. a Heights
174 S. Lawrence Keystone
Please call 473-3014.
Rentals, 4/3.7566. 6mopd7-90-1-91 $500. Call 481-2B66. llpdB-2 Robin 473-4050 .tchg7l19.812 7/21/90.
B ._. .
MOBILE HOME-2BR. or 3BR $$145/$155: per .. ...:::'1.- ,:' .
momin. Lake access. Lake Geneva ..
j. HOMES*OR SALE
Rentals 473.7566. 6mopdto 12-27 T x
2 BR HOUSE.6351 CR 352. fenced centralair
BY OWNER.8.tw..n Silver lake and f
carpeted. $300/mo. 1.751.0253.
screened .
2tpd7-26/8-2 Golf Course. 2BR/1BA par.
ch/spa fenced yard, detached '
garage.Call ;
LAKEFRONT MH On deep clear lake.2BRV.BA .
.
,
473 0724, after 3pm. ltpd8-2
polio/ AC fishing and ,

twlmmlng .4734186. 3tchg7.26/8.2-9 MOBILE HOME For Sale' : Seated bids .,
3 BEDROOM Block home on beautiful will be accepted through Aug.
'I
waterfront lot. CH/A-many extras! 101990. 5pm for 1987 Fleetwood

$600/month. plus dep. Call 4737818. Mobile Home, 14 x 70, Crownpoint. :
4tchg7 26/8-2-9-16 'r
..
Contact : Clay Electric EmployeesCredit ;
MOBILE HOME 2BR 2BA, Couple Union 473-4911. ext. 347.
$260,.stove, refrig.quiet .conven The Credit Union reserves the rightto ': Hwy. 100 & 301 964-7200 ;f
ient. No pets. 473-3014 13 reject any and all bids. 4I ,j ,
t
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E 1984 Ford '.f

I Union NoticesNOTICE 1

County Legal ; ; 4x4 Truck {

J 4I JI'T

m ) New Tires&Wheels, One Owner, :

OF SALE HOUSTON PARRISH GOODBREAD JR., ; Nicest Truck In Town \

Of a '80 Honda Motorcycle with vln. Deceased. NOTICE OF PETITION FOR "Li '/ '! L' $
j'
no. PC 014105378 belonging to Russell E. ADMINISTRATIONTO :
Houston Rt 24, Box 97, Baldwin Fl 32234. ; Brenda Sue Robert, Address 5495i!
Will be sold for wrecker bill storage. Unknown and Houston P. Goodbread,
Winningham Wrecker Service III, Address Unknown.
220 W. Main St. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for

Lake Butler Fl 32054 Administration in the above estate has .,, ,,,,,,.. ..... e ,..," ,, ,, ', .. .., ., ,, .
F:'" ": >." '"Vi> m' "" '2i "''''o.'W {=.U\1 "'-'." wz : '""' ::1 J>Y. ; ff/ : : ; ; Itchg8/2 been filed in this court. A true copy of Y' ;,
the Petition and the Will proposed to be 1986
Chevy 1986 Cutlass
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR admitted to probate ore attached to this -f 1987 Mercury
UNION COUNTY FLORIDA notice. You are required to serve written ,
PROBATE DIVISION defensed on the undersigned within ? CelebrityAT Brougham : Grand Marquis LS

twenty(20)( ) days after service of this 4-Dr Supreme V-8 One Owner.
File Number 89.303-CP Notice, exclusive of the date of service, t AC, AM/FM Stereo Clean Like New Loaded r Loaded, 41,000 Mi. Like New

setting out any objections you may haveto
IN RE ESTATE OF the validity of the Will, the qualifications -
HOUSTON PARRISH GOODBREAD JR.. of the Personal Representative, the z $ $5,650 $9 1 00
Deceased venue, or the jurisdiction of the court ,995 I
Notice of AdministrationThe and to file the original of the written

administration of the estate of defenses with the clerk of the above .o' ,, ". << /' ., ,'" ' u <,u', ., .,,,' ." cf
HOUSTON PARRISH GOODBREAD/ JR., court either before service or Immediately "

deceased pending In File the Number Circuit Court 89303CP.for 103 Is and file written thereafter.defensed Failure as to requiredmay serve G 1988 Ford 1984 Mercury f '{1988 JeepWagoneer .t.tf'

Union County Courthouse, lake Butler result in the entry of an Order as requested j' ;i
Florida 32054. The name and address of In the Petition without further Tempo LX ,Grand Marquis ;
the personal representative/ and of the notice. "

set personal forth below.representatives attorney are Defenses and objections not so ser- 1. Tilt Cruise, Spt. Wheels All t Loaded, Top of the Line.. ...,.: ;;, Loaded, Leather
vled and flied will be forever barred. PW PL, AT AC "
All CLAINS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO DATED this 23rd day of July 1990 '. ,. '
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Edward E.HedstromP.O. J $ $
All Interested persons are required to Drawer 1354 $6,995 4,995' > .12 995
file with the court WITHIN THREE MON. Palatko Florida 32178 ,

PUBLICATION THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST ((904))328-6778 ," ,, .. ,.d v" "" .Y,",: .' .' u '" ','" .... --, ,
OF THIS NOTICE (1)I all Florida Bar No.091897
claims against the estate and ((2))any objection Attorney for Petitioner ,. f.f.1987: /
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1980 Ford Dodge
by an Interested perrson to B/2 2tchg 8/9 1989 Dodge
whom notice/ was mailed that challengesthe t :
validity of the will the qualificationsof NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO F250Work Dakota 4x4 Ram. Charger

the personal representative venue of FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME'' Roll Bar t 4x4; Low Miles Tilt Cass PW
jurisdiction of the court. Truck New Air Sport Model '
Date of the first publication of this Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida ,. Tires Light Pkg.1OL9OO. Tu-Tone Paint' Hi-Back Seats9,25O
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
notice of administration August 2, 1990. r ,
Attorney for Personal Representative: undersigned FRED CREWS.TOMMY $ .
Edward Hedstram CLARK and RALPH COURSON of RT 3 $3,250
P.O. Drawer 1354 BOX 1)7. Lake Butler, Fl 32054 (SR 100
West), joint owners doing business
Telephone Palatka Fl: 904-328-6778 32178 under the firm name of A FRAME CON- s <_,< "n, << ,. ., '.. ,' '" ,.
STRUCTION, Intends to register said fictitious -

THE CIRCUIT COURT 822tchg89IN EIGHT name under the aforesaid 1987 Ford 1986 Ford i 86 Cavalier
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR statute.Dated r Ir
UNION COUNTY FLORIDA this 30th day of July, A.D., Escort GT 'LTDBronze :' Z-24 '
1990 In Union County.
8/0i 4tpd 8/23 Low Miles. Like f Spt. Pkg.,AT Tilt, Cruise,AM/FM Cass., ;
FILE NO. 19.3C)3-C" Like New, 5 Speed Tilt, Cass. t.Mag Wheels, Sun Roof. 52,000 MI. Ex.
IN RE ESTATE OF New Special PriceX5,495 Clean. Exc. Cond. .


During the construction of the Hoo I.r' Dam concrete) had to b4 poured $4,995 f $5,495 .:

continually for two years.
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August 2, 1990! TELEGRAPH.TIMKS ;MONITORBSECTION PJCC I IB


Law Enforcement -




. ]Explorers Now in UniformThe



Explorers newly formed In Starke Law Enforcement Started by Chief Jimmy Epps,the special activities as required by the
are now group has already participated in school
more visible they In system assisting with foot-
are
The coed uniform. many functions including Scout ball games parades, Bradford
young adult program World at the Naval Air Station,
concentrates on the County Fair, NAS Scout World and
many facets of where
police work scouts assisted military other community services as re-
ministration. in security and ad- police In the security areas and quested.
order to ride with a helped with directing traffic.: Ex-
patrolman. Explorers must have plorers also enjoyed the all night
basic' training, including CPR and career 'open' in Jacksonville (or 13 Officers are Jimmy Smith, presi-
first aid. During the month of August hours of horror, according to one dent; George Konkel, vice presi-
the scouts will be trained In report !adult sponsor). ; hospitals, TV dent; Mary Thornton, secretary -
writing, handcuffing, radio and radio stations were open to the treasurer; Kim Singletary
transmission and traffic direction. Explorers for careers in action. historian. Police Officers RobertLyons
Officers for the Post are required to uniforms arrived in time for the and Jerry Feltner are law en-
have an additional intensive eight Bradford forcement advisors for the group.
Fourth of
hour training.Not County July
celebration where the scouts
work related all of, the the activities will be assisted, according to troop liaison At the July 30 meeting, members
group spent July 29
Major C. Reno.
tubing the Ichetucknee. Ten W. made plans to raise funds, par-
members and adult Goals for the organization Include' ticipate this fall in the Starke Arts
joyed the swift cold water sponsors(a few en- a membership of 20 scouts, a $2,000 Festival and assist at the Florida
budget(funds for complete uniforms Sheriff's Boys Ranch Rodeo.
reported
hanging In the trees
up ,
including belts and shorts for
summer -
weeds and .logs)) and apparently } n..hll.._....ht.._, name to g sand .1...._-
there was a lot of
'ribblng' concerndlWdual Meeting other
Monday
ing eating habits. report books.. from every Member of the Law Enforcement Explorer are ready for action with many fall activities: planned.The explorer are
The Explorer i 'gl| participate InArea evening 6:30: to 7:30 at the .
member
seeking
new
Presbyterian Church, In-
anyone
terested may call Jimmy Smith Back row,from left:Major W.C.Reno,Officer Robert Lyoni Jimmy Smith,Jason Howard, Officer Jerry Feltner. I
I 964-7084 or the Starke Police Department Front row, from left Kim Singletary,Virginia Reno, Lori Mann Sharon Konkel,Mary Thornton,George Konkel.Not

ServicemenPfc. 064-MOO. pictured: Bobble Weotcott,John Carter. ______ ___ ________ ______ _______

I SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
Rent ?
to
Looking Buy
Mosley professional standards traditionally rTTTfT1TITIHmfu PowerGate Systems
exhibited by Marines.He .
Completes School

Marine Pfc Rodney Mosley, son physical participated conditioning in program an active and Sell? Check the Classifieds! 11l1l1UHllllUll(904)( ) 462.5495.3YcarLimited Warranty
of John W. and Clara N. Mosley of gained proficiency In a variety of
Lawtey,has completed the School of military skills including first aid,ri-
Infantry. fle marksmanship and close order
During the course conducted at drill. Teamwork and selfdisciplinewere
Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune emphasized throughout the
N.C., Mosley received classroom instruction training cycle.
and participated in field He joined the Marine Corps in
exercises involving infantry tactics, April 1990.
the construction and camouflage of '
fighting positions, the use of mines
and other demolitions, and Intra- Pfc. Martin in Germany
company communications equip-* Army Pfc. Charles W. Martin has
ment. arrived for duty in West Germany.
1 a 1kr
A 1989 graduate of Bradford High Martin is an indirect-fire Infan-
School, he joined the Marine Corps tryman with the 64th Armor.
in November 1989. He Is the son of Verrell C. Robertsof
Lake Butler and Joe F.M. Martinof

PO Jasmin Receives Award The Temple private Terrace.is a 1987 graduate of ,r, ...o
Navy Chief Petty Officer Irving J. Union County High School.
Jasmin Jr., son of Irving J. JasminSr. [ODD 1 l
of Lake Geneva, recently received Pfc. Boyett Promoted tRlrl DAY BEDS
the Noel Davis Trophy while serv- Marine
Pfc.
ing with Fleet Jeremy W. Boyett,
Logistics Support
whose wife, Pam, Is the daughter of f, 3'f, ; <<
Squadron-56, Naval Air Station Nor- 9STYLES
folk, Va. Marcia Rhoden of Hampton, has "? rVi;.,. .i't /V $
been
f
The Noel Davis Trophy is awarded while promoted to his present rank i u. > from 3995of
with
serving the 2nd
Marine
annually to the Naval Air Reserve Aircraft
Wing, Marine
Corps Air
Forces best It
squadrons. recognizes Station, Point
Cherry N.C.
readiness levels,
outstanding train-
A 1988
graduate of
ing tion and figures.He safety. programs, and reten- ty High School,he joined Bradford the Marine Coun- CHESTS
Corps In July 1988.r"Aufo". .
joined the Navy In June 1973, (


Pfc. Jackson We PINE $ 95 Bedding
;-Training, -.- -" from ,.ypM? rSA ey *", (HrV'1
Completes : ( '
FINISH5"
Wek
-
,. ij
Army National Guard Pfc. '" $
Gregory B. Jackson has completedthe

repairer turbine course engine at Fort driven BeTvoir generator, Va. Knowby T & oirE SEAT

During the course, students were
instructed in maintenance functions, Michael BrunettI,Manager
including overhaul of turbine engine Santa Fe Auto Parts
FabricKIrkwoo Fabric Desert
driven generators and turbine 964-5644 : : Esprit
,
engine prime movers. + .l Solid Oak Trim
He is the son of Cynthia Tyson of at
Starke and grandson of Luree ENGINE Loose Pillows $89500
Jackson of Starke. ONLY
The private is a 1986 graduate of RUNONAc
Bradford High School.

r A LES
engine that continues mn slowly RECLIHCKERS
Private Bryant after It is shut off ii displaying condition
l '
Completes Training ]known u"dieseling".This engine run-on kAZBOY 2' Enttd 1 C '' '
problem may be attributed fuel thai f
Marine Pvt. Kevin B. Bryant, son con\inUellO reach the engine cylinders 'IA41r11 1rM
of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Bryant of where it burns and ignite Most likely,the 95
Lawtey, has completed recruit cause of!the problem ii*lightly cracked
training at Marine Corps Recruit throttle and hot spoil on the combustion FROM
Depot San Diego.During chamber.However,the auto technician has y.
r.a.ra satd rdrtl i
the 13-week training cycle, other lieu to investigate when it comes
Bryant was taught the basics of bat- pinpointing the cause of dieseling.High
tlefield survival. He was introducedto idle speed may be at fault,orcombustionchamber 5 PO DINETTE SET
the typical daily routine of bat- carbon buildup may

tlefield survival. He was introducedto be a cause.In some easel,a ground ,*, .\ ''';1 !, ,' (' ,, .
the typical daily routine that he problem may encourage electrical leakage '! : '
will experience during his enlist- from Instrumentation to feed back to the [I. 'fit.i ,', Table w/Formica/
ment and studied the personal and ignition cod Whatever the reason, ".."" .. '\ \(\ "::1'' ,' ,
dieseling ii an annoying problem that $ I 29r7rr
a 4 Chairs
Top
i1iii
Qiii
I should be investigated u soon as possible. :



Starke Applications Art Show AvailableArtists' Beware of mileage caps hidden cost and BUNK BED & BUNKIES I' .ETSEAT

excessive use charges what you lease. These ,
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deadline is Sept. 28. your local service station or mechanic for
For an application or Information auto repaar.he is a rood customer of ours,
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about other aspects of the festival, too tea MF 8-6.00.Sat 8-5. Phone
write Starke Festival of the Arts 964-3644.. If we havent got it,we'll find it
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ObituariesFranklin FLORIDA

TWIN THEATREStarke


Delano School Board. Funeral services were held Saturday of God and a homemaker.She Johnson, Melrose, Steve Johnson, 964-5451
Survivors include her husband, July 28, 1990 at 3:00: pm at Mr. is survived by her husband, Newport, Tenn. and Jimmy
Henry Eagle Clyde Wheeler, daughter Barbara Pisgah AME Church in Starke, Fl Ernest C. "Bill" Riddling, Sr., Johnson! !Rock Springs,Wy;15 greatgrandchildren z.il0 si crd71ha:;
Infant Franklin Delano Henry (Mrs. Ray) Powell; Sister, Wilma with Rev. George Hartsfield conduc- Melrose; father,John L. Harpe, Sr., and 4 great great tf .J )
Ergle, Worthington Springs, was Carter; brother,Willard Varnes and ting the services.Burial was at Odd Melrose; four sons, Bill Riddling, grandchildren. 8a .'
born and died on July 29, 1990 at 2 grandchildren, Edmund and fellow Cemetary, Starke, Fl. Ar- Jr.,Melrose Chuch Riddling, Green Funeral services were held at 3:00: \"W F1rat Showing Only
Shands Teaching Hospital in Michelle Jeffers.Services rangements were entrusted to Haile Cove Springs, Bobby Riddling, Clay P.M., graveside, on Monday, July
Gainesville.. were held at 10 am, Monday Funeral Home, 802 N. Oak St., Hill and Richard Riddling of Tam- 30,1990, with Rev. Ken Pippen con- OPEN EVERY NIGHT"
lie is survived by his partents; July 30, in the Chaple of Corey.Kerlin Starke, Fl. pabrother; John- L. Harpe, Jr. ducting the services. Interment was
Dale D. and Belinda G. Ergle of Funeral Home, Jacksonvillewith Melrose; three sisters, Thelma in Keystone Heights Cemetery Starting Fri., July 27th
Worthington Springs; two sisters, Mr. Rick Wiley and Mr. Glann Olga BakkenMrs. Dampier, Melrose, Catherine Hart- under the direction of Jones Funeral -SCREEN 1-
Jessica and Tiffany Ergle, Wor- Lee officiating. Interment was at JosephOlga( ) Bakken 88, sfield,Orange Park and Judy Knappof Home, Keystone Heights.
thington Springs: Maternal grand- Varnes Cemetry in Lake Butler.FI. died July 29, 1990 in Breckenridge, Melrose and five grandchildren. BRUCE WILLIS
mother,Ann Gibson of Lake Butler: Minn. She was born May 25, 1902 Funeral services for Mrs. RiddlIng Kevin Wayne Poole
Paternal Grandparents, Don and near Wahpeton, N. Dak.. were held at 10:30 A.M. in Master Kevin Wayne Poole, DIE
Betty Whitesides of Gainesville; Harry McDougald She is survived by a son, Joseph DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, Keystone newborn of Green Cove Springs, Fl, "
paternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Harry McDougald, 29, died Bakken Jr. a grandson, Gary Bak- Heights Wednesday August I, 1990, died Friday.July 27, 1990,in Univer- HARD
Franklin Ergle of July 19,1990.A resident of Starke,he ken, a granddaughter,Mrs.Richard with Rev. Tom Capell conducting sity Medical Center, Jacksonville at
Gainesvillematernal; great grandmother was a construction worker. (Linda) DiPaolo and three great the services. Interment was in birth following a short illness. lID2
Agnes Philman ofGainesville granddaughters. EDam Cemetery at Melrose under Master Kevin is survived by his

and paternal great Survivors include his daughter, Services were held August I, 1990, the directionof Jones Funeral Home, parents, Wayne Poole and Mrs.
grandfather, W. H. Ergle, Sr. of Sade McDougald of Gainesville; Wednesday, at 10:00 am in Keystone Heights. Thelma Lee'Libby"Martin,both of -SCREEN 2-
Alachua. father, Haywood Findley, Wahpeton, N. Dak., Vertins Funeral Green Cove Springs, Fl; a half
Graveside services were held Gainesville; one brother, Harrison Home, Wahpeton, was in charge of Maudie F. Miller brother Randy Poole of Green Cove JOHN RITTER In
Wednesday, August 1, 1990 at 11:00: arrangements. Springs; a half sister, Miss Tina
Findley Starke; two sisters, Barbara Mrs. Maudie F.
Miller of
A.M. at Forest Grove Cemetery in 89,
Poole of Green Cove Springs mater m@1i1L iJCIH11L@
and ;
Starke
Florida
,
Alachua County with Rev. George McDougald Keystone Heights, died nal grandmother Mrs. Lavina Mar.
Burial Vanessa Lamar of Williston; grand- Saturday, July 28, 1990 in North
followed.Ar-
Dyal officiating. Pearl A. RiddlingMrs. tin of Starke; and a paternal grand-
mother,Alice McDougald of Starke; Florida Regional Medical Center \
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler mr
was in charge of arrangements. two aunts, Estella Kates of Starke Pearl A. Riddling, 59, of Gainesville following a long illness. mother Cove Mrs. Pauline Williams of
and Teresa McDougald of New Sante Fe Lake, Melrose, Florida, Born in Tennessee on Feb. 6, 1901, Green Springs. SUMMER MOVIE FUN
Cedora Varnes WheelerMrs. York; four uncles, Ben and Bishop died Sunday, July 29, 1990, at her she and her late husband, Virgil, Funeral services were held at Wednesday Aug 6
Cedora Varnes Wheeler, 73, McDougald, New York, Chaney residence on Sante Fe Lake follow- moved to Keystone Heights in 1960 11:00 A.M. In Padgett Cemetery in
of Jacksonville, died July 26, 1990. McDougald, Jacksonville, Fl and ing an extended illness. Born in from Tennessee. She was a memberof the Clay Hill area, Monday,July 30, ,;.PpUND PUPPIES
She was a member of the Lake Frank Kates Lake City,Fl; a host of Campville, Florida on Jan, 24, 1931, Baptist Faith.Survivors 1990. The Rev. LeRoy Olive con- .
Forest Church of Christ and had nieces, nephews, cousins and sor- she moved to Melrose in January Include five grand- ducted the services. Interment was '&' ', RATED* O ; "
retired as a cafeteria manager after rowful friends, and a very close 1989 from Orange Park,Fl.She wasa children, Faye Roberson, Melrose, in Padgett Cemetery in Clay County >Showtime: 1OOO Oc 1OO..
21 years with the Duval County friend,John Johnson of New Jersey. member of Orange Park Assembleand Sue Roberson, Palatka, BobbyIn under Home the in Starke.direction of Jones Funeral '>-.. All Sent $1.00 j

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301 DRIVEINStarke

I Ponds Can Be an Asset to Property, Water SupplyThat I Sat.9647484Fri. Sun.


old cypress pond behind the In the 15-county Suwannee River floods. SRWMD, river front develop- animals; mining can destroy MEL & GOLDIE'
house may look useless, but it's not. Water Management District People also use wetlands for ment has taken some wetlands, wetland systems.
In fact, one of the worst things you (SRWMD), major wetlands areas lie recreationfishing, boating, hun- agriculture and forestry have claimed BIRD v 1A
could do is to drain it or fill it in. along the lower Suwannee River ting,nature study and camphig.And others. They have been drained, I
You'd be destroying a valuable below Branford and along most of people are the biggest threat to filled, paved, or have been cut by Aside from observing the state WIRE Iroul
part of our natural fresh water the district's other rivers. Also, in wetlands. roads. regulations on disturbing wetlands,
system-one that is hard to replace.If parts of Hamilton County, in the Wetlands can also be affected by you can make effective use of
you really tried, you could make Osceola National Forest, and in In Danger... activity nearby. Heavy pumping wetlands.
that swamp an attractive part of large sections Dixie, Taylor, In the last 150 years, Florida has from underground aquifers may
your landscaping. Madison and Lafayette counties. lost more than 60 p ercent of its lower the water table, causing some Property owners should try to Looking?
Wetlands such as swamps, river The Suwannee River has 33,000 wetlandsmore than 12 million wetlands to dry up; pollution can keep any natural wetlands, Mattson
flood plains, marshes, grass beds acres of forested flood plains, the acres-and the decline continues. threaten wetland plants and suggests. Check the Classifieds
and lake fringes should be preserved. Santa Fe has 16,000 acres, the
Steinhatchee has 7,000 and the
Anti Florida has programs' In protect Aucilla" has 10.000 scores'. Smaller -
them. but equally important, isolatedwetlands 't -

What Are Wetlands...? are found in all 15 counties. r r; r f r r f" (' f'r P; r:

Wetlands are areas where. the The Value.., r r 1 : : i.''crr\r \ Or r I-M :
\\J j \ \
water level is at,or near,the surfacefor "Wetlands fill "several valuable I fA. \ j t I \
most of the time. Wetlands may ecological roles, according to
be under+uvater all year or during SRWMD biologist Rob Mattson.
certain seasons each year. They "Not only do they provide habitatsfor
may even dry up for long periods wildlife, but they help protect I
during droughts.The water quality, can lessen the effectof I\I
water can come from rivers floods, store excess rainfall, and /
and streams or from groundwater are essential to our commercial and \
(underground). In a few areas, sport fishing."
water is a wetland may seep back in- Rainwater flowing across the IIf lf% 'Tffe doors _____
to the underground aquifer. ground may pick up nutrients and :
Wetlands are also defined by the some heavy metals, Mattson ex- .
types of plants that grow there,suchas plained. Wetland plants absorb LO ft ftoJf\ truck \
cypress, ferns, red maple,marsh some of those substances and help 1)Ia.I\\
grass, black gum, cabbage palm, clean the water. Vegetation can also ; :*
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rushes, lillies, or mangroves. slow the movement of surface water I if, r prices



I Items of Interestby I i9 .i 0 t


Carolyn Eaves 1 J f$7495W
BCT Staff Writer CHEVY PICKUP

Focus On Careers: New BooksAt till "

Single ParentsOr Public LibraryThe PAY ; r; #:.#: gr'; E:!j 1990 GEO PRISM

HomemakersFocus Bradford County Public ONLY :' MONTH

on Careers at Santa Fe Library has recently added over 70 4 Dr., Air, AM/FM Cassette, PS, Sport

Community College can assist you in new bestsellers and popular books to "\ ___ Remote Mirrors, Bucket Seats.
the shelves. r" \ n'
the new decisions career path.necessary to pursue a New books ready for check-out In- PAY t i I\ \. ., \\L ,(J.J: .

During the two week seminar clude Burden of Proof by Scott ) 'C..I 'CiI PER MONTH
Turow, Blossom by Andrew Vachss,
from August 27 September 10, the
following services will be provided: Sullivan's Sting by Lawrence
vocational assessment, information Sanders, Three Blind Mice by Ed
McBain, Wealth Without Risk by
about high training
programsand
wage
Charles Givens Twins
by Roxanne
employment trends. In addition,
Pulitzer,Starbust by Robert Parker,
goal setting and personal growth
Mountain Laurel Jude Devereauzand
The by
skills will be addressed.
seminar meets daily from 9 a.m.un- many others.
Library hours are Monday 9 a.m. $999500
til 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
and is FREE for adult residents of to 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and
Alachua and Bradford Counties. Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m.
Contact Andrea Ashley at 3955393for to 2 p.m. For further informationstop
further information. by or call the library.


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After inmpact the venicie spun
around the pole clockwise. He was 1990 CHEVY FULL SIZEAir
News Briefsby cited for failure to use due care. "' '
McCauley was taken by Rescue to PS, PB, H/D Chassis, 225 Tires, HID Shocks.

Bradford Hospital for minor injuries -
Carolyn Eaves according to Paramedics *
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NEW LUMINA ATVS
BCT Staff Writer Dan Cuddington and Nelson Green. $999500 .

Minor InjuriesIn Lake Accident WAS $18,200 from

Hampton CrashA Sends One $15,495

22-year-old Starke man received To HospitalA USED CAR BLOWOUT 1 .
-0- minor Injuries when his vehicle $1000.00 Down +Tax, Tag &Title.' With Approved Credit.
struck a power pole July 24 on 26-year-old Glen St. Mary's man
CR-221. suffered undermined Injuries when
Lannie Dean McCauley driving a he fell from a hydro slide on 1988 Chevy 1987 JeepCherokee 1989
Dodge
1968 Oldsmobile, southbound;; on Kingsley Lake July 29. 1986 Ford LTD
CR-221 at 3:26: a.m. ran off the east Jamie Anderson was transportedafter 4x4
the boating accident to St. Vin- P/U C1500 4 Dr., 44,000 Miles
side of the road, rotated clockwise, Pioneer, PW, PDL, AM/FM
sliding out of control on the shoulderand cent's in Jacksonville for observa- VB, AT AC, $3,995
skidding into power pole, according tion, according to Paramedics cass.
to Trooper William Abrams. Nelson Green and Dan Cuddington. $6,995 $5,995 $10,995
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Peterson
1990 Chevy 1990' GEOPrism 1986 Lincoln 1990 Olds Custom

from page IB Town Car Cruiser Wagon
Jackson County Chamber of Com- puters in 1984, a successful com- Corsica
merce. puter and software company.For Signature Series. All the extras! LOADEDI! Blue.
The Petersons annually presentthe the past 5V4 years Peterson $9,999 $9,995 '
"110 Percent Effort Award"to a has served as the administrator of $10,495 $14,995
Marianna High School wrestler in an Innovative professional
\+ honor of their son, Doug, who was therapeutic program through
killed in a automobile accident. in Florida State University at Marian-
Tampa in 1983.Peterson na's Dozier School for Boys. Peter-
did post graduate workat son developed the curriculum with ;,
the University of Central Dr.Wallace Kennedy of FSU,a well-
Michigan and the National War Col known psychologist. At the Dozier
"'. lege. He specialized In civil school Peterson directs the supervi-
!; engineering, personnel' manage- sion, psychological testing,
ment, security, enviromental psycotherapy and discipline of up to
engineering and fiscal management. 70 Juveniles assigned to the YOUR TRUCKHEADQUARTERS ,
i Pete and Carlotta live In Jackson Specialized Treatment Program. U.S. 301 NORTH DEERFOOT VILLAGE
I County, as does their daughter Peterson feels the program has a i
Paula, who with her husband, positive effect on the life values, 9G4750OCHEVROLET I 964-6537 I
operate a small country store in morals, and patriotism of the boys.
Bascom.Peterson's son Michael,his Peterson has a bachelor's degreeIn OLDSMOBILE' JPage J
t wife and three children, reside In history from the University of JI
Jacksonville. Tampa. He is a director of the I


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