Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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PKY LIBRARY i 6 1 0 1990

OF FLA. HISTORY -. Bradford Coo

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As hurricane Diana breaks up in the mountains of mainland Mex- SECTION At 10 Pages .
ico, no other tropical disturbances are evident at present. I 879
Diana formed in the western Mediterranean Sea last weekend Editorials...._____._ II \ \ ,
crossed the Yucatan Peninsula as a tropical storm, continuewestward SolcUU-.........._......-5.6A
Into Mexico building top winds of 90 mph while crossing Public Notices. ........?,04% I
the Gulf of Mexico. Sport.................._.0,10A I \ \\1 I I
Here, some heavy rains are expected to continue, and even
worsen, Into the weekend. ..
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panhandle cold front has stalled and become stationary from the Guide .IB \l.lI VIP i iBFCC
through central Georgia. Warm moist, tropical air Dog :===
from the Gulf of Mexico is trapped ahead of the front and is causing New. .2B
the daily thunderstorms throughout north Florida. No relief Is ex- Blandlng New...-., ........3.70
pected through the weekend. Crime owl................4,50
Tides at St. Augustine beaches will be high at 12:43 Saturday and DeFoor.. .. ... ... 60
1:30 Sunday. Classified Ads..._. .: .i: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

The moon was full Monday,Aug. 6,and will reach the 3rd quarter Obituaries ..._........11.12O tilth Year STAKKE. FLORIDA M Cents Copy
Monday, Aug 13. _. ._ 4th Issue Thursday,August 9, Iruu LISPS 062-700

Worthjgjiig County Plans Emergency Services, Jail Assessments for Nov.. Ballot I

Wheels were put in motion"Monday, Aug.:e; the municipal; services tax unit (MSTU) Is Starke commissioners want to submitthe service. When Starke commissioners balked,
for Bradford County to advertise for adoptiona proposed for the unicorporated areas of the problems to their own voters. and wanted to approve a $35 assessment it
Municipal Services Tax Unit, a vehicle the county. Municipalities Starkel Lawtey, Should a municipality decide not to participate left the county short$1 million in revenue. Asa
commission can pass and use to levy special Hampton, and Brooker d choose in the emergency medical service, result the county Is walking a budget
Class of 1975... assessments. whether or not to participate in each of the for example. Bessent told county commissioners tightrope and had to increase property taxes
Commissioners also plan to put on the proposed county provided services. they have the right to establish rates 1.7 mills, or $1.70 per $1,000 of taxables property
Photos are finally in and can be General Election ballot in November the For example Starke has fire protection, and to bill the municipality for services above the $25,000 homestead exemp-
picked up at Williams Jewelrynew following assessments: $10 for the volunteerfire and would no doubt choose to provide Its own rendered Inside corporate boundaries.The tion.The
( location on Madison Street.) departments $33 for emergency medical fire protection, attorney Bessent pointed out. difference Is,as Commission Chairman county assessments, if approved by
services, and $65 to operate the county Jail. Maxie Carter sees it, Bessent is saying the voters, would not be imposed until the 91-92
Pop Warn.r Football... Presumably the commission will follow The county, however provides the only jail county does not have to provide services,suchas budget year. The 90-91 budget in the processof
for Warner Football choice of county voters on each issue. and only emergency medical service. Starke emergency medical services or a jail. being adopted would not benefit.
Sign ups conducted Pop at practice Four ordinances were presented to county commissioners would have to decide whetherit Last year county commissioners were un- Chairman Carter says if all three
are being Monday thru Friday commissioners Monday, Aug. 6, by new coun- wanted to participate in those services or successful in establishing a $70 assessmentfor assessments would be approved, the countycan
every from 5:30 night to,7:30p.m. at the ty attorney Bill Bessent, who explained that provide their own, Bessent said. Bessent said the jail and $30 for emergency medical probably reduce property taxes.

fairgrounds. Children 7-13 years old
may participate.Signups open until Incinerator

August 31..

Senior Pictures... Hearing Set

BHS Senior retake pictures will
be made Wednesday to Friday
August 8-10 at the BHS auditorium, WednesdayBy

10-3 p.m. Aug. 8 and 9-3 p.m. Aug. r
910. For Info, call Chrissie Naz- %
worth, 964-4281. r StarkeWhether

The Lunch Bunch...
or not Starke's light in-
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri- dustrial zoning classification per-
day, August 10 at noon. Bring a x < mits the location of a controversial
covered dish to the First i-. crematorium in the Enterprise In-
Presbyterian Church hall. dustrial Park will be debated at a

public hearing set for 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. IS, before thecity's
BHS Class of 1980... five-member Board of Adjust-

The BHS Class of 1980 reunion Is ment.
set for August 11,1990. All class At this time the board will hear an
members and their guests are -TI .. appeal filed by the City of Starke and
welcome. Call 964-7479 for informa- its attorney, Terence Brown to
tion and reservations. reverse an opinion given earlier this
-- year by Zoning Director Darrell
O'Neal that the light industry
Car Wash... i ,
'm.e classification (1-1) permits
The Middle School Jazz Dancerswill ,- .s crematoriums.Since .
hold a car wash again at the that time, however, it was
Community State Bank, Saturday 9Z'' determined that the facility proposed -
August 11. from 10 till 3:30.: They .ni : to be built and operated by Ther--

are raising money for uniforms for s' ..i4 I mo Environmental Services, Inc.,
the girls. b it ? (TESI) of Jacksonville would also
permit the cremation of surgical and

SingSat.. Nite : biological wastes. Including metal
needles and plastics and other
There will be a Sing Saturday possible toxic materials.,This infor-
night at 7 p.m. at the First Community -H- mation was disclosed when the
Church of Brooker featuringthe Florida Department of Environmental -
Brush. Arbor Times Singers, Regulation (DER) published a
Come and bring> the family. notice of intent to Issue a permit to
," n..:.j Everyone-w.lcome. -Refreshments, .TESI for construction of a
are being served. "biological w inclnera tlon facility -
," not just a crematorium for use
Bible School... by funeral homes.
Church This notice by DER touched off
At First Presbyterian
from the public
thru 16 6:30 to 8:30 strong opposition
Auguat 12 : p.m.
officials TESI to
and city causing
For children 3 to:5th grade.
years ask DER to place its
.a eventually ap-
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the in
to facility
BHS Band Camp... ti. plication operate
Starke's industrial park in an "inac-
At Bradford High Band Hall. tive status."
Mandatory for band seniors. 8 a.m. The August 15 hearing at City Hall
to 3 p.m. Aug. 13 thru 16. For Infor- Thought We Were Having a Drought... will be replete with lawyers
mation call 96488740. This Keno has not been present very often In our area In recent yean. udden downpour overloaded storm tewen.Only light! rain only 1/2 Inch engineers, TESI officials, city of-
Remember when It wa too wet here wa recorded 11/2 mile west In Creen Acre.A Inch rain Tuesday night! ficials, and expert witnesses
drenched CreeD Acre. brought in by both sides to argue for
A bard summer.hower caused this water to collect on Walnut Street
Candy Stripers... the director'soriginal
and against zoning
looking south to the Bradford County Library Wednesday afternoon when a
Applications for Candy Stripersto opinion.
work as volunteers may be pick- Formal courtroom-type pro-
ed at the Information Desk, cedures for the hearing have been

Bradford up Hospital. \Sheriff adopted Members by of the the Board general of Adjustment.public will
Football Practice County: You Run JailUnless be they required wish to to speak sign for In or at against the door the if

Begins Aug. 15 .-F Issue.
an additional employee is die on the communications system budgeted for the employee, who Etheridge replied he was "fixingto TESI which wants to uphold
Practice for the 1990 football funded. Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge housed in the jail. Chairman Maxie would start at $14,500. do something." O'Neal's original opinion, will be
season begins at 9 a.m. next: Wednes- says the jail will be turned over to Carter would like to investigate hir- "Well Mr. Chairman I asked you "Wait a minute," cautioned Com represented by a nine member
day, Aug. 13, at the field house at county commissioners Oct. 1, the ing an outside firm to run the jail to leave my jail budget intact," missioner Waters. "Are you fixing to group including Robert Lee president -
Bradford High School. end of the current fiscal year. and to look into having food catered, Sheriff Etheridge told the commission take us to Tallahassee?" Was the of Federal Medical ProcessingCorp.
All 10, 11, and 12th graders should The money just Isn't there, com- as the hospital does. ,citing the administrative duties sheriff saying he was going to appealhis ., TESI's parent corporation;
report Wednesday morning, says missioners have explained to the Meeting the commissioners Saturday and paper work necessary for Huntto budget to the Department of Robert McKiernan, chairman of
Head Coach David Hurse. sheriff and pointed out they've Aug. 4, for a second go-round. do. Revenue in the state Capitol, Waters Fed/Med's board; Mitchell Sullivan,
All ninth grade JV players are always supported the sheriff and Sheriff Etheridge said he'd do "I can't see where we can leave was asking. Fed/Med senior vice-president;
asked to report at 9 a.m. Friday. given him everything he asked. without the $62,000 in the sheriff's the jail budget intact," said Com- "No, I'm fixing to give you-all the Steve Altman, general manager of
Coach Hurse asks that players get Saturday commissioners beggedthe budget for two more deputies and missioner Wilbur Waters. "You're jail. I'm putting you on notice," Crawford Engineering Co., makersof
their physical examinations prior to sheriff to reconsider. Not without two cars. But, Etheridge said he gonna have to work with it," Waters .I Sheriff Etheridge said, handing a the proposed Incinerator; Robert
reporting to practice.The the extra employee,the sheriff said. needed the extra employee, which told the sheriff. prepared letter he'd brought to the Baker of Baker Engineering; Les
Fall Jamboree Is set Aug.31 at But by Monday the commissioners would Increase the jail staff from 15 The sheriff asked, "Anybody else meeting to Chairman Carter. Loggins advertising and public
Keystone Heights High School. seemed to have begun liking the to 16, to do paper work so the chief have anything else to say?" The letter was a notice, and does relations,and two attorneys,JeffreyP.
The first game is set Sept. 7 at idea. For example. CommissionerJoe jailer, Lt. Ray Hunt, can get his Chairman Carter replied, "We all Greenberg and Edward Savitz of
Wildwood. Riddick would like a better han- work done. Some $24,000 was agree." Tampa.
Zoning Director O'Neal contendshe
Upcoming... issued the permit while under the

Public meetings scheduled in the 1.7 l Mill Tax Increase impression that only funeral O'Neal homes
coming weeks are: County Sets would use the incinerator.
The Bradford District School says if biological and medical wasteis
Board meets Monday August 13, included the incinerator would re-

7:30 p.m. at the District Office. A 1.7 mill increase in ad valorem of program faults in the county'snew cover the shortfall if the county gets be used for operations said Riddick. The a heavy city's industrial industrial classification. park is-
The Raiford City Council meets taxes or $1.70 per $1,000 of taxable computer system.Commissioners all the income it has budgeted. The Legislature studied allowing zoned for light industry.In .

Monday, August 13 at 7:30 p.m. at CommissionerJoe of one-cent sales for opera-
property was approved 5-0 Saturday "It's a gamble part a statement this week City At-
Raiford City Hall. Bradford commis cut some $2.3 Riddick said repeatedly.To tions but took no action this past ses- a "If
by said petitionersthe
Aug.4, Brown :
The Brooker City Council meets million out of $8.5 million in budget on one thing would be torney
gamble and himself) prevail on
Tuesday, August 14, 7:30: p.m. at sioners.The property tax increase requests. They faced revenue short- all right,but to gamble on 10 items is sion.Without some new avenue of fun- their( city appeal TESI Inc. will be prohibited
Brooker City Hall. precariously{ balances a $7.345 falls of $143,778 In the General Fund not, pointed out Chamber Director ding, the county property tax payers by Zoning requirementsfrom
The Hampton City Council meets million budget cut almost back to $721,831 in the Transportation Trust Anita Rink who sat through most of face being at 10 mills the limit locating on the proposed site.
Tuesday, August 14,7p.m.: at Fund $736,460 in the Fine and "You allowed by law, in two or three
the 89-90 level. Biggest increase is a the county budget workshops. DER'a intent to issue (the permit)
Hampton City Hall. three percent salary increase for the Forfeiture Fund, from which comes can't win them all," Ms. Rink said. years. Clerk Ray Norman says, the will be thereby rendered moot sinceit
scheduled its next the law enforcement budget $3,095in
NRSWA has who got no ; She got no argument from the com- way expenses are going up. The site in
150 county employees is site specific. ques-
14 at the Law Library $284,481in
meeting for 7:30 p.m. August last budget missioners.Can Chairman Carter questioning Lots 21 and 22 in
the Bradford County courthouse.The raise First public year.hearing on the proposed -, the Emergency Medical Service the commission get by with asked "If we did this, we'd be tion Enterprise comprises Park on SR-100 in SE
Starke Board of Adjustmenthas Fund and$482,059 in the Solid Waste ?"
for fiscal 1990-91 this, Chairman Maxie Carter asked legal
tentative budget Starke.
scheduled a meeting Wednes- Fund. The Fine and Forfeiture and can'but "Yes."said CPA Farnsworth.The
Farnsworth. "You might
Tues- CPA mentioned in
is set for 7:30: August 28, a Biological waste
day August 13,7:30: p.m. to discuss day. The firs f.m.two hearings was Emergency Medical Service Fund you're taking a big chance'tFarnsworth county can go along as long as It can DER'i intent to issue permit, is
the medical waste Incinerator.The changed from Aug. 30 to accomodate were In the worst shape, said CPA said. on carryover funds and hope to get defined under the Florida Ad-
Bradford County Commis- Commissioner Wilber Waters vaca- Pat Farnsworth. Does this Include going back to through fiscal 90-91, which ends ministrative Code as "solid waste
sion meets Wednesday, August 13, tion plans. Clerk Ray Norman and CPA Farnsworth department heads and asking themto Sept. 30, 1991. The board may haveto that causes or has the capability of
7:30: p.m. at the courthouse. Facing $1:5: million less revenue added in the 1.7 mill increase cut five percent, asked Commissioner borrow some $350,000 to make it causing disease or infection and includes -
The Starke City Council meets than budgeted In 89-90 commis- totaling $448,369, Into the Waters. No, said Farnsworth. through the year, Farnsworth said. but Is not limited to,
Tuesday August 21,7:30 p.m. at sioners have struggled to cut ex- budget.That got the budget shortfall If voters would pass the special That won't happen until the money biohazardous wastes diseased or
City Hall.The j. almost back to the 89-90 level. down to $311,980 where it remains. assessments it would help next year, runs out says Clerk Ray Norman dead animals and other wastes
Bradford County School penses They have worked without up to date However the county is required to Commissioner Riddick noted. Or, a who plans to cut all the comers he capable of transmitting pathogens to
Board meets Tuesday. August rt, 7 expense figures using only amounts budget only 95 percent of its funds one cent sales tax would help if the humans or animals.. "
p.m. at the District Office. budgeted in 89-90 and 90-91. because and the five percent reserve willthey legislature would allow part of it to
The Bradford County Board of

Adjustment meets Tuesday, August Sheriff 14 at Faith Church II
28. 7 p.m. at City Hall. R. County Residents to Question Assessor, Aug.

The Bradford County Commission It SJL J do not get full benefit"- of the Tuesday August 14, at 7:30 p.m.,. the Bradford County Kescue'Unit; tions was presented In detail.
has set the first public hearingon From 60 to 73 residents of the services again to be held at Neal Hall. Mike Miller,chief and Jack F. (Jeff)
for ,
its budget for Thursday August eastern fringe of Bradford county at- taxes they pay county front Miller Jr., engineer both of the The next meeting will feature In-
'30, 7:30: p.m..t the commission tended a "Neighbor's Rally" recently particularly since water properties The first meeting was centered Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire formation from Bradford County's
meeting room in the courthouse. held at Neal Hall of Faith have been reassessed and around fire and rescue services and Department, gave Informative Tax Assessor Jimmy Alvarez and
The Starke Zoning Board meets Prebysterian. Church on CR-21 and valued at much increased levels.is not what Is available to the area. presentations of the services they of- Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.
of the meetings
Thursday, August 3CI. 1 p.m, in City. CR-21B. Intended The purpose to be a political rally, but Percy Sullivan; Jr., Chief of the fer and how contacts can be made
Hall. Information seminar.A Tberessa Volunteer Fire Depart- for their services. The notifies Everyone Is urged to attend and
Bradford county residents on the an '
Cliff of followed "f thu :. bring a neighbor.
ment Director O.t.
east side of Lake Santa Fe feel that second meeting Is scheduled for ; Chapman,

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More Worth Noting... DER Says. No to Santa Fe Boat Ramp

Official I N.*-.I.d... A meeting is set Monday August Life and Praise Ministries Invites
13, 7 p.m. In the Gainesville High you to Vacation Bible School Another battle has been won in a against Pass development starting proved If developers change their
Have you ever thought of becom School cafeteria. For more Infor August 13 thru 17, 6:45 to 9 p.m. 12-year struggle by Santa Fe Lake In the late 1970s, described himself plan to protect or replace the
ing a football official? The midmatlon, call Tom Roberts at Preschool through years old. Dwellers to prevent what they con as overjoyed by this latest victory wetlands.
Florida Official Association la 473-907. .._ Located two miles south of Starkeon sider overdevelopment and loss of but Larry Cheshire, vice presidentand Cheshire said Santa Fe Pass will
looking for a few good people to rr 301. fish and game habitat In their lake, a leader of SFPass develop- do just that.
loin them on the field this year. BlbU School... but the war is not yet over. ment, said the war la not over yet. ''we will be willing to furnish offsetting -
''i... '" '" p' ,,:, ; : : .0. ,', .'''''.' .... ,,' n" ', ; '. : 'OO '" In the latest skirmish In the four- lie was quoted In the Gainesville Sun habitat to compensate for the
year battle, the Florida Departmentof as saying, "We are in the process of disturbed area many limes more
NOTICE Environmental Regulation had requesting an administrative hear than what will be disturbed,"
The New River Solid Waste Association will meet in regular session Tuesday, denied a permit' Santa Fe Pass ing. The permit denial was based on Cheshire said. "We are willing to
Inc. to construct an 80-foot long con some items we feel we can address discuss and implement any
of the
August 13, 1990, at 7:30 p.m. to consider adoption budget crete boat ramp at its lakefront and comply with." available, reasonable requests by
summarized below. The meeting will be held in the Commission Chambers at development at the narrow neck of In its pre-permittlng process DER any of the agencies to resolve the
the Bradford County Courthouse, in Starke, Florida. land separating Big and Little Santa found that the ramp itself would problem."
Fe Lake north of Earlelon Beach. eliminate almost 1 000 sq. ft. of While environmentalists have
wetlands underneath the massive argued the ramp site was part of
BUDGET SUMMARYNew The Alachua County Commission, structure, and that boats using the Santa Fe Pass' illegal fill violationand
which was remiss in allowing the should not be allowed Alachua
River Solid Waste Association ramp facility would destroy up to
developers to dump hundreds of 1,300 more sq.ft. of adjacent vegeta County Commissioners this year,
3rd Street
55 yards of fill dirt in a wetlands area tion. DER concluded that such a with the exception of Penny Wheat,
Macclenny, Florida 32063 illegally more than a decade ago had drastic loss would reduce the lakes' voted to allow construction of the
approved the boat ramp plan,saying capability to perform their vital ramp on staff advice that it would '
it would not be environmentally ecological functions. have minimum environmental impact
harmful. on the lakes system.In .
General Capital Total SER, however denied the permit The ramp's projected impact on addition to the DER permit,
Fund Fund because of potential long-term harm both wildlife and water quality Santa Fe Pass developers still must
to the water quality, fish breeding would violate Florida's Administrative receive a permit from the Depart-
grounds, and other biological Code, the DER found, ment of Natural Resources and the
resources of the lakes. but the agency also stated that the approval of the Florida Cabinet
Harold Hill who has led the- fight permit application still. could be ap- before they can build the ramp.
Estimated R.v.nu.slInt.rgov.rnm.nt.l 1- -- _""' .. ,i.

Revenuai SSOO,000 -0- 9500,000
A) Baker County $17S,000 J
B) Bradford County $223,000 T
C) Union County 9102/000

Other Financing Source -0- 92,892,531 92,892,531

Total Revenues and Other
Financing Bouecea $500,000 92,892,531 93,392,531

Total Estimated Revenues
and >Balance 9500,000 92,892,531 93,392,531

Expenditures/Expenses : ite&-l a V

Physical Environment 9500,000 92,892,531 93,392,531


Tigers are Championships of the Small Fry League...
The tentative, adopted, and/or final budgets are on file in the office at the Member of the Tiger are,from left
address Kneeling Charles Johnson,Justin Maiut,Josh Touchton,Jesse Colston.Rob Kroll,Brandon Smith,and Timothy Lee.
Standing:Justin Hall,Jonathan Dugan, Magic Austin,Michael Blakenshlp.Pamela Reddish,and Julie Me Illan.
above."c Coaches Linda Smith and EarnesUne Underbill.

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>'.j,* VJfc!\ J ," f44ro "" ., ;;.,", With a 12-3-1 record, the Tigers are Tlg.r*. .. ..,.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .12-3-1 Reds 24 Pirates 14
>? ,0:1.'" Ii'';" ,. .: .\" ., the champions of the Small Fry Soft Sun.. ... .. . .. . .. ..10-* The Reds outhit the Pirates
11"! ) o' '' ?1''': P < ball League sponsored by the Starke Rods. . .. .. .. .. .. ... .9."! and 24-14 31-22
r,0.. .. .', ", Ic Recreation Department. Pirates. .. .. .., ...,.. ., ...e-11 won the Wednesday Reds August 1.
"' 0 .' .. 'I .* 1\ ,It' t.' Team Standings; : Gator. ... . .. .. ... .. 3-13 were Leading Cory Chappell, Matthew going 4-for-4 Hull,
".-. .- ......... .. 1 -... .. _._ .a j. i'F "!; 'C '",,_'. ,t1',..,.. ._.,......._ _....... ,. and Jeremy McRae. Going 3-for-4
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was Jeremy Buckhalt. Going:3-for-3
was Brad Muse. Getting two hits

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Pusateri, and Thomas Casey.
Step Bumper
Reds 17 Gators 9

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Into rest and won 17-9 Thursday August 2.
GaL PINEHURST Leading the Reds going 3-for'-:3
24 Mos. o were Evan Hardee, Don Thornton.
964-SSg Jeremy McRae, and Sam Roberts.
VARIETY p Getting two hits were Mark Odom.
Matthew Hull, and Corey Chappell.
$ i I Leading the Gators going 3for3were :
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create to Whitehead, Josh Crews, John Ryan
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Year Warranty \ of paints, stencils, fabric and-Shirts to choose
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Tag Included in This Price J ,*""", ............, _._" The Tigers outhit the Suns 20-14
and won 10-5 Thursday, August 2.
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Tinted Windows, Chrome .: ',:.. ,Bread;milk, and cold drinks. I were Magic Austin and Michael
Blakenship. Getting two hits were
Step Bumper Josh Touchton, Charles Johnson,
1 2, 687 Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary Pamela Brandon Reddish Smith. Justin Hall, and

Leading the Suns going 3-for-3 was
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in This Price + ax & Tag NORMANCOUNTY n but The ttheAReds Tigers 2.outhit won mo the Reds Thursday 21-18

J .'Y. =:',._, '4 >' }." ." Leading the Reds' going 3-for.3
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Our Service Department Is ready to DISTRICT 2 Jeremy McRae.

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.- matter where you bought your car or RE-ELECT A.MAN WITH 12 YEARS EXPERIENCEWill Gators 24 Pirates 14

truck. The Gator outhit the Pirates 28-23
'' Continue To Work Hard To Serve All The People, and won 24-14 Thursday night

We Have A Large 'Selection of Used Vehicles! Of Bradford County Fairly, Honestly, Impartially 0 August Leading 2. the Gators going 3-for-3

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.. .A Man That Is QUALIFIED and SINCERE About The Tillman, and John Robert Goeti-
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TERWILLEGAR Winningham Aaron Wood/In. Llnd-
sey Sheffield, O.J. Starling, Adam

,tt 'V6'A'JSroot Hudson, and,Joshua Keith Warren Bennifield., Zack Francis

100 US 301 Starke ; J'e J2J1iyaaAz Leading the Pirates going :3-for-3::
964-7200 Hwy & were Jeremy Buckhalt and Thomas
Casey. Getting two hits were Brad
Muse, Melissa Pusaterl. Kenny
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Judge Dismisses Case Against I1aniffllA I

Committee lawsuit brought of Raiford"by the. "Citizens lawsuit, but the judge hearing the the judge upheld, granting DOC the. the claim that court action Is not proper
of composed case promptly dismissed the case as dismissal.An until all avenues for administrative -
of the
Ellerbee area around being improper venue. option left to the petitioners remedies are ex-
Curve, site of a planned The case should have been filed in (Citizens Committee) is to ref lie the hausted.An .
landfill and solid waste disposal Union County, he said, where the suit in circuit court in Union County.If Reward
operation, has been dismissed by a contested action is to take place. that occurs, Wershow says, the administrative hearing has $500) \
circuit court Judge in Tallahassee. DOC, Department of Corrections motions tn dismiss will be again filed been scheduled for early December,
Jon sw B B s ii i s s B w i
Wershow, attorney for the had also filed a motion for dlsmiBlaion there. where the petitioners will be heard.
New River Solid Waste Association, the grounds that there was no Foremost in the motions for An appeal of that decision could then '
flied Jail a lengthy m<'Hoii to dismiss,..- cause of n'-'l i. ",'--t DOC which dismissal,according to Wershow, is be taken to circuit court. Leading to the

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not mention a specific turnover date. tax would still pay nothing."I ask," said Chandler. "I'm not comfortable with them arrest andconviction
As he left the meeting, Sheriff was just trying to save some "I'm only asking for$24,000,"said making it sound as if it's our fault,
Etheridge said he'd get with the money. If the jail is not operated Sheriff Etheridge."It when it's not," said Chairman
commission on the date. properly,the state will step in,"said sounds like you're threateningus Carter. of
After a recess, Commissioner Sheriff Etheridge.Chairman "said Chandler. Sheriff Etheridge points out his 10
Waters came back with the same Carter asked, "Sheriff, "
"Let Lt. Hunt talk, said deputies are kept busy about half the
reasoning."With the(budget)short- are you undermanned?" Etheridge."He time transporting jail Inmates to the
fall I'm" still aiming to cut your Etheridge explained he transferred can talk all he wants. It still dentist in Keystone Heights, to the
budget, said Waters. one Jail employee to being a won't change the fact we don't have medical examiner in Gainesville, anyone damaging
"Mr." Waters, I cut $66,000 off of deputy on the road with a car. Now, the money," said Commissioner and that last week deputies made
it, said Etheridge, adding "The the sheriff said,he's short at the jail. Riddick. two trips to Chattahooche transporting -
people of Bradford County deserve "None of the girls up here can help Hunt said the sheriff pulled a man mental patients. automobiles
better law enforcement." you," asked Carter."I out of the jail and put him on the at
need it at the jail," the sheriff road, leaving four regular Most Florida jails are traditionally -
Water answered,"I agree 100 per- said. employees to cover a 24-hour shift. run by the sheriff. A few, In-
cent, but who's going to pay for it? Commissioner Ross Chandler said Only one person Is on duty at times, cluding Alachua and Levy Counties, ;
The same 50 percent of the people?" he understands the sheriff's pro- Hunt said; are operated by county commis- Terwillegars.Contact .
Waters meant that the same people blem.But,said Chandler,the people Carter asked, "Well, Is that the sions. Three Florida counties, Her-
who pay property tax now will have want services, such as law enforce- board's fault?" Carter pointed out nando,Monroe,and Bay,have turn-
to pay the increasded taxes, while ment, but they don't want to pay for again the board had fixed the sheriffup ed their jails over to private com- Chief
many persons who paj' no property it. "We can't give you what you last vear with two new deputies, panies.

Budget from page *A
'-"" Jimmy Epps Starke
can and will try get through the year Medical Service Fund and the Fine points out, because most of the car Trust funds must, by law, be spenton
without borrowing.Farnsworth and Forfeiture Fund. ryover funds from 89-90 has been building roads or operating the
said the General Fund Getting through 90-91 without bor- and will be used for operations. Road Department. Police
has loaned money to the Emergency rowing will be difficult, NormanELECT There won't be much carryover Dept.
because it has been used, points out
the clerk.
For all the budget problems the Next Meeting...
county can afford to pave Forsyth The commission will meet on the 9645400As
I Road, SE 11th Street, with funds budget again next Wednesday,Aug.
|from the local 6-cents per gallon 15, after its mid-month zoning
gasoline tax. The Transportation meeting, Clerk Norman said. MHi H B

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A public hearing on the proposed July 24 by the Florida Department} of ERC will make the final decision .
designation of Kingsley Lake, six Environmental Regulation DER) following the September 26-27 hear- ...;}<< ., .,'I..r t t
'I Do".m" limn 01 pelllion
miles east of Starke, as an OUtstan- which based on information contamedi ing.The 2,000 acre lake is believed by ,.. I
ding Florida Water, will be held by in the OFW application geologists to have been formed in : '" !

the stale Environmental Regulation presented earlier this year by the pre-historic times by a giant sink I
Commission on September 26-27 in Kingsley Lake Property Owners hole on the eastern slope of Trail I'' "
Tallahassee. Hearing sessions startat Association, has recommended to Ridge,which was the first part of the I I II

9 a.m. and all interested partieswill ERC that Kingsley Lake and a portion Florida Peninsula to emerge from .. ''
the sea during the Ice Age when seawaters ztsw.
be heard at this time. of the North Fork of Black receded due to the formationof I ,, ,, '"' I
Notice of the hearing was released Creek be designated as an OFW. ice at the polar caps. The lake Is ,;" Nor' ,Fork
also believed to be the oldest In the I. ,'- .,;"' ;. .f.C Creek
state and also the highest in sea level .
-, .... ." ....',,,, ., ,, 'f" '"' ''' ""j.'-. at 175 feet. Its perimeter forms an I .. )" ". .'r.If ..
.,,1 iE'\ \' ", (. :', '/ \'' TiJSJ.1.:1' '. almost perfect circle, giving it the 'I '; ',J,

: : ,J;, A,.. '.\". ":: '" ,A,.. tjL" H It. viewed appearance of a silver dollar when "..I .' "-.: ,.'
:' eo ., .". ...m. .. .. e .1.1Starke's the nickname from the of air,"Silver and winning Dollar It I 225 (' ,

Lake" by aviators flying over Camp .
Blanding during World War II. if
Good Points
The purpose of an OFW designa- II
tion is to prevent deterioration of ex- !
isting water quality in a lake or
Recognized by Frequent VisitorThe stream. The primary effect is that I Ktnp&.y take

potential polluting activities that re- I .
quire DER permitting must meet .1 ca.w .
higher standards than that demanded y fps aanAinp
( following letter recently received by the Chamber of Commerce speaks for itself. by other bodies of water. I'I
The writer was Inspired after reading an out-of.towl1l1ewspaper article that said Bradford
fniintv. hx little la nltrr taurlsti.) In general, permits cannot be ,
issued for new direct discharges of l.I l.-
pollutants from manufacturing I ID.......

The writer Bill Perrine, who gave his 1857. The original business district Call plants and other commercial -\-- 250

address as 267 Ross Road, Tallahassee, Streeet) still has many of the first brick sources flowing(; Into and loweringthe Kingsley Lake

enclosed a clipping of the article with the buildings and the entire street from U.S. indirect water pollutant quality discharges of an OFW.(those New i & North Fork of Black CreekGeneral I Ii
301 to the railroad is the National
following comments: on coming from a tributary) must not i
Register of Historic Places. It also has a significantly degrade the OFW. i
"First let me say my family, consistingof residential district, North Walnut Street I i '
;; DAR ,
In general cannot issue
my wife and four teenagers, have spenta permits
that is still lined with stately homes for direct pollutant dischargesinto I Il
good part of our summer vacation in the .
recalling a bygone lifestyle of leisurely OFW's that would lower existing i Locution ,
Starke area. The article says that Bradford living as it was a century and a half ago. quality or would: l .
County has little to offer tourists. 1.Adversely affect the public 1 .JI
Well, we have used your pleasant and Starke is less than ten minutes to health, safety, or welfare or property -

friendly town as a home'base to make Kingsley Lake and Camp Blanding, both of others. I B c ,
of which well worth 2.Would adversely affect the con- \ a mi
are including on
some injoyable day trips to nearby at any servation of fish and wildlife In- !
tourist's /
tractions.We itinerary. Kingsley is one of the cluding endangered or threatened 'Ii SealS
finest recreation lakes in the state and
species, or their habitats. I
found we could stay in Starke and
has two public beaches that are enjoyedby 3.Would affect navigation or the
enjoy the sights of St. Augustine and thousands of visitors annually. Camp flow of water or cause harmful erosion
return, all in one day. Another time we Blanding will become of or shoaling. rivers, a few lakes, several Approximately 110 people attended -
went to the Jacksonville Zoo and back fora even more a 4.Would adversely affect the estuarine areas, and the Florida a public workshop on Kingsley
day Starke is a great place to depart tourist attraction this fall when it opensits fishing or recreational values of Kevs.I OFW proposal at Camp Blanding
new World War II Museum and last March 21. No one the
and marine productivity in the vicinityof approved, Kingsley Lake will be opposed
return to after a day's tour of the
Memorial Park which will offer picnic the OFW. the fifth Florida lake to obtain the proposed designation, and DER said
University of Florida in Gainesville.We grounds for visitors. OFW designations are usually OFW designation. Others already on that endorsements for the OFW

have enjoyed the friendly people in given to National Parks, Wildlife the list are: Crooked Lake designation have been received
Starke is only a short distance from Refuges, Seashores, Forests, and Lochloosa Lake, Orange Lake and from numerous local government officials
Starke at such
fine restaurants as The Gold Head Branch State Park, one of the Scenic and Wild Rivers. tributaries, and the Santa Fe River private citizens,chambers of

Chicken Factory and Skeeters, and my most attractive camping, swimming, and Also are included certain "special system Including Santa Fe Lakes, commerce, environmental groups,
teenagers were pleasantly waters" which, at the time, civic organizations, and other interested -
surprised by hiking areas in the state. It is just north of present Alto Lake, Santa Fe Swamp, and
include so of Florida's 1.700 parties.
the curb service at Powell's Dairy over Santa Fe River.
Keystone Heights on Highway 21.
Freeze-something you don't see or hear
much about these days. Bradford.County's 1902 red brick cour-

thouse with its landmark clock tower at-
Motel rates like the ones offered our tracts the admiration of tourists

family at the To-Rena Motel are both af- passing by on U.S. '301. many This historic .<*? p J

fordable those found and on pleasant the coast.to stay at-not_ like Community building is now College the Andrews home of Center.Santa Fe A .& LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

While traveling it was nice to find historical marker at its., front entrance :

some of the friendly churches to worship states that Bradford County was namedin Ash

in, like the Madison Street Baptist and honor of Capt. Richard Bradford, the -----.-. .. ---..... ". _of Uhla.Democracy-a government"of

Pine Level Baptist. first Florida officer killed in the Civil Poor Attendance at County Budget Hearings the people, by the people,and for
the people' .
I believe your fine county has a lot to of- War. Sooner or later the taxpayer's con

fer for good clean family fun, and I have Although prisons are not usually Shows Public's to TaxesTo cerns must be felt and our needs
recommended your area to several thought of as a tourist attraction, they do Apparent Indifference must be met. Our bureaucrats cannot

friends.P.S. arouse the curiosity and interest of continue draining the taxpayers
The Editor pocketbook and reducing their
: quali-
.: I really enjoy reading The sightseers, and there are five or more the two Commission seats up for ty of life.
Telegraph when available.Bill such institutions within a 15 mile radiusof I had reached the conclusion that election this year didn't see fit to attend Candidates-speak out and show
the voting public in Bradford County either. So much for the
Starke. Prisons the voters want to make
Perrine Tallahassee play an important part had you a dif-
acquired a new interest in the Interest in County finances. ference.
. in our increasingly crime-ridden civiliza-- financial affairs of the county when
tion and Americans need to become more the proposed assessment was oppos- The County budget which will M.L.HillSampson

Come to think of it, we agree with Mr. aware of their existance and their man- ed so vehemently by so many. I felt result from the hearings will determine Lake
Perrine that Starke and Bradford Countyare ner of operation. that certainly this must mean that what out taxes will be for next Handicapped Reader
many interested citizens would attend year. U we aren't willing to participate
strategically located as a base for These are just a few of the things in the budget hearings of the in the budgeting process, Says Courthouse
one-day visits to many attractions withina Starke and surrounding areas that shouldbe County Commission to express their how can we complain about the Ramps InadequateDear
radius of hundred to how taxes which result?
a miles or less. The opinions as the various
of interest to visitors. Of course, one of in the This Commission has Editor:
departments County
and county were
city the also have
county at- U
you're in Starke
many the main attractions, as pointed out by spending our tax dollars. I couldn't taken a lot of abuse from the public driving on
tractions of their
own that Highway 16, to 301 North and
can provide Mr. Perrine, is the "pleasant and friend have been more wrong. The in recent months. This is the same two go go
hours north. Look to left
enjoyment for tourists and other ly" atmosphere of the town. That is an in- meetings were very poorly attended. public that does not see fit to make and will find beautiful your tw"
visitors. you a
So much for public interest in Coun- its feelings known when the budget
valuable asset that-as they say-puts the finances. is being story building called the Bradfor
When will
prepared. we
Starke is now in its 133rd year since the icing on the cake. The voting public should take learn? County Courthouse.On .
establishment of the post office here in heart however. The candidates for H. M. Connelly July 10 it was mandatory that I
Thanks Mr. Perrine for
reminding us. Hampton Lake go into the courthouse to take care of
business in the Tax Collector's of
fice. For the past several
Baker Commissioner Commends Bradford'C have sent my transaction yearsthe

The Does courthouse, but on this date my
Lottery It
for help with daughter drove me up to the south
I LandfillEditor side of the building.I .
With am handicapped and in a wheel
Blue Smoke and MirrorsThe Telegraph projects, and is currently chair. My daughter took this big,
I wish to seeing a Federal grant to assist heavy wheel chair out of the trunk
Commissioners commend your County composting (in conjunction with the and proceeded to escort me into the
who serve on the University of Florida). courthouse. To our surprise, we
lottery giveth and the Legislature number of years through the general New( River Solid Waste Association Numerous trips to Georgia, Iowa, found no wheel chair ramp at the
taketh away. education budget." and NRSWA-namely Maxie : Joe Riddick Washington, and Tallahassee were South entrance. She began to look
Carter Jr.
taken to look at new technologiesand and ended up walking all the way to
That seems to be the theme of com- For example, he describes the mannerin This Association was formed two seek grants in this cause. Their the north side of the building only to

plaints from School Superintendentsaround which Bradford County replaces its old years ago with Baker, Union and countless hours of unselfish service find a small ramp that seemed in-
th State who say that the net school buses. General revenue funds once, Bradford Counties to more feasibly and their dignity and pride have adequate to meet the needs of hundreds
benefit to schools from the lottery used for bus and safely cope with the solid waste caused this Baker County Commis- of handicapped people in
money replacement are no longer
disposal problem. sioner to respect them. Bradford County who must go to the
received is zilch.It distributed by the state. Now, the school Please continue to support this Tax Collector's office, the Property
seems that Florida public schools district must pay for new buses with lot- IJRSWA has taken the lead In acquiring organization and these Commissioners Appraiser's office, and any other
205 from the
tery Big deal."We're acres Department in their efforts major offices that are on the south
received more $638 million from the money. of Corrections, receiving a $2 George W.Knabb end of the building.
lottery this year, but instead of going onto afraid that at some point the million grant for construction of this Baker County Commissioner; I read about Bradford County's

the plus side of me ledger it only replaced legislature will say you don't meed much landfill actively encouraging Chairman of NRSWA financial problems, but I do feel

money lost to schools from general general revenue funds because you have' there should be a handicap ramp at
dollars. One the two major entrances to the cour-
revenue superintendent Candidates
the lottery, Duncan says. "It s foolish UrgedTo thouse. Handicapped and
complained that the lottery was approvedby philosophy to base children's education LETTER POLICY Speak Out people using canes, walkers elderly, and

a vote of the people of Florida in the on how much people are going to Lore to UM E&t dwuU k**p.4 fur, On Tax Problems wheelchairs are not able to step up

belief that it would mean additional gamble." mid pl.idrtttbu.ubl..pe.A..a amltd..nit men then L__"- Editor, Telegraph: on. the sidewalks. Please help us.

dollars for schools, not simply replace WII.AIl....._.__.t...b............ladufe UMlxK Just when I was developing some Distressed HandicappedRFD
pl wr- Un.rn.dI.ttrn Starke.
dollars that were already being received. According to recent computationsBradford win net taprinMd.'bat BUM wink pride In the number and quality of (Name withheld
athh.ld_ws..ts..plt.rl_ candidates standing for public office on request)
Bradford County's School Superintendent County received $1,448006 in An ku..h.utd M..nd.tlurUy.ndMet.owu..nentnr.ny I read where one of them is not
Jim Duncan lottery dollars this fiscal and Union. __..," taking a position what Kiplinger Letter
heartily agrees, say- year, fatal....>n -l>U In rdr to fnint UM on, to me, the
ing: "The lottery dollars nave just County's share was $707,369. But the bot- writer..*th*MW. ...|M>An pwlbl most Important Issue In the election- Predicts Win

replaced programs financed for a large tom line_is what was the net gain? UmulU.poUtlad wu.nelo.-t--IIf. taxes.Why In the world would For Lawton Chiles

.. -, -. ..........Burt M .... Ml......110 stand for office if anyone From The
MTOM TfukHt___...- public : he or she Kiplinger Florida Let-
61endoh1p-". Isn't ready to take a position on Important ter, dated July 26, 1990:
...L....01 lllenb ID IMI.W.t..r_ issues?Personally, I want to Looksvs Lawton Chiles will be the I
aaaoroao cov .....W.-..mlly. IID UM per tt hear candidates address every issue next governor.We I
pl : *- .pnt---L.W.wdhrq affecting our lives that government think he'll win the Democratic I
-MCSHI _the may..pub l.....ku ibMU M4blind
gi p1t .knf Um*MtoUwl MM* has chosen to become Involved in. primary Sept. 4. Chief rival. Rep. |
AH fettan ihiaH xUrawU to Uttm to Have our public servants forgot- Bill Nelson has mounted a vigorous
UM Mlur,ra.OMM A.Wvlw,H.SUM ten what constitutes the foundationA campaign against the ex senator
but he hasn't given Democrats goodreason

t>r O BOB 0.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER to reject their elder
Publishers statesman.
Chiles shouldn't have much trouble
Published each Thursday and entered on Second doss Matter at toppling Gov. Martinez In Nov.
Phone 64-o305 the Post Office ot Starke. Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. 1 r although the GOP incumbent willrun

E. Gad St. a slick and well-financed cam
SublcRlIIon Rot.ln Trade"k as 116,00 per year: $9.00 six monttM paign.
PO. Drawer A; Stark. Florida dubide Trove stern 117.00 perv-otlI9.eobc, monlhl.
female pigeon cannot lay egg without seeing another ptg on. If no
other pigeon Is available, her own reflection In a mirror will suffice. ,


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Donna Anderson, Brad Hildreth Wed June 16

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Donna Sue Anderson daughter of length gown of pink taffeta, puffed decorated the hall. The bride's table The food tables were decorated and
bows and 'Ivy
/ Rudolph and Anna Mae Sapp ofStarke. sleeves off the shoulder fitted .featured a large 4-tier wedding cake with large pink The
and Brad Hlldreth, son of bodice. She carried a cascade arrangement with staircases joining the side held a variety of finger foods
Ronald E. and Doris Hildreth of of white Queen Anne's cakes. Also on the tables were silver punch table featured a bubbling pink
Starke, were united in marriage at lace pink roses, violets and pink rib swans with pink rosebud mints. The champagne fountain with Ivy sur
& Northslde Baptist Church June 16 at bons. cakes were accented by a lighted rounding It.Breanna the
Candillo, niece of
pink water fountain against a
7pm. Also attending the bride were Carroll and
Bro.James Cowart performed the Anderson, Jeannie Pierce, backdrop of white lattice with Ivy, bride, handed out rice bags
nuptials before a lighted arch Susan Knight, Dee Dee Waters. pink and white balloons, leather leaf scrolls.
candelabra, tree candelabra, on They wore gowns identical to the fern, and pink flowers were under Gloria Lee, Marcella Carter cut
each side and spiraled. Decorated matron of honor; all wore pearl the cake. The rake top was a white the cake; Tammy Cowart attendedthe
with gladiola, pink carnations, white necklaces. They carried nosegays of gazebo pink flower and porcelain bride's table,assisted by Shirley
Pat Hart, Denise Crapse,
'" sprtngerie, fern; with ivy on the the same flowers as the matron of bride and groom. Mobley,
spirals. Sable palms were used for a honor. The groom's table was centered Laurie Hilgendorf, and Barbara
background on white marble Tiffany Anderson, niece of the with a 3-tier chocolate fudge cake. Bridges.
pedastals,accented with fern. In the bride, was flower girl. She wore a Silver trays of chocolate mints and Following a five-day cruise to the
nuts with ivy surrounding I them also 'Bahamas and Salt Cay Island
windowsills were crystal gown designed and made by Carroll
,, Atlantic, the
aboard the Star Ship
accented I hi* Inhlo
candlesd with pink and mauve Anderson of pink taffeta with cabbage -, In Deerwood
flowers. Large pink satin bows with roses. She carried a handmade couple are residing
Queen Anne lace overlaying adornedthe lace basket with rose petals. 'I Subdivision.
family pews. The vestibule table Christopher Hildreth, nephew of ---- -
was adorned with a Princess Di the groom, served as ringbearer. He
bride doll. Wedding programs were carried a white satin pillow, trimmed -
handed out by Tammy Boone and with pink flowers and ribbons.
Angel Mobley. Given in marriage by her father,
Wedding music was provided by the bride wore a gown of white satin,
organist Don White Jr.; nuptial puffed sleeves, sweetheart neckline,
music was provided by Don White, adorned with Irrldescent sequins,
Jr. and Julia Geiger, soloist. beads, and pearls, scalloped with
Serving the groom as best man lace accented throughout the
was Ronald E. Hildreth, father of cathedral train with cabbage roses.
the groom. Ushers were Brian She carried a cascade of white roses,
Hildreth, Dean Dunlap, Lamar stephanotis, fern, white satin rib-
P Priest, Tod Samons, all dressed in bons. Her only adornment were k- _
grey tuxedoes with pink cummer pearls. Her fingertip poof veil was -
: bunds. The groom wore a grey tux attached to a headpiece of white *
.. with tails. roses and Irrldescent seed pearls.A *t'-
.... tI Debbie Anderson, sister-in.law of reception was held in the
the bride, attended as matron of fellowship hall of the church. Palms
# honor She was dressed in a full with pink and white balloons
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their Gainesville daughter,formerly Tracy of Starke, to .!..;;.. ... .R" .L1':.. .. ..!..!...!...!..!....!...!..!..!...!...;;..
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There are only so many hours in the day. And with some

banks spending so much time on their own merger or buy-out I

plans, you have to wonder if their customers aren't getting lostin i

the shuffle.

On March 27th, First National Bank opened its doors for

the first time. And friendly, personal service was the whole

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

"" your friends and neighbors right here in Bradford County. So, I
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"'j';' ,;' : ./ : you can be sure we won't be letting any outsiders take over. I I1.'Ii

':", ,t our bank or tell us we have to change our name. "

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,.. .. .; to banking a lot more satisfying than the by-the-

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And It Starts Going Aug. 17 Ona

Fun Trip with Words 'n MusicThe

", Bradford Community Players have reached the home stretch in
n their preparations to present the long-awaited Cole Porter musical com
.j.je. edy "Anything Goes' An award-winning Broadway favorite for years, rs
this fast-moving musical comedy is sure to be a favorite with local au-
diences as they join the cast sailing on the USS American with a
shipload of laughter, romance, and fabulous music.
Director Laura Conti is confident that this production will lop in au- 6 rL
dience appeal anything the Bradford Players have done before. Many r
familiar, as well as new, faces join in singing such favorites as "You're
The Top", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "All Through The Night", "Friend
ship", and the title song, "Anything Goes". The entire cast and stage
crew have devoted hundreds of hours in making this an unforgettable per L t1
Opening Friday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m., "Anything Goes" will continue on /
the 18th 24th, and 25th.Two dinner performances will be offered at the ,; r
Saturday performances for $12.50 per person, with dinner served at 6:30,
and performances at 8 p.m. A buffet will be catered by Dexter's Cafe
Gourmet. A Sunday matinee will be held on August 19th at 2 p.m. with a
special senior citizen's discount ticket for$3.50. All tickets for the perfor-
mance only will be$5.
r'1Mr. Tickets are now on sale and may be obtained from Laura Conti,964-8498 ths
or Lila Rae Yawn at SFCC Andrews Center, 964-5382. / "
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Samanthia DuBose, Larry OwensTo Ready to Sail!

Who could resist a crew like this? From top left, counter-clockwiset: : I
Wed Alienist 25 in OlusteeSamanthia Lynn Iloltzcndorf, Chris Davidson Pam Clark Donna Illckcy, and
Pi-nine Linger.Swabbing.

Diana DuBose of Lake August 25,at 6 p.m., in Olustee Bap-
Butler daughter of Tony and Jessie tist Church. A reception will followin
Owen of Keystone Heights and the Fellowship Hall.
Melvin (Larry) Owen son of Rev. No formal invitations are being
t Melvin J. and Laura Owen all of sent but all friends and relatives of
Olustee the couple are cordially invited to at-
&/fIn. Glenn Whitehead The wedding will be an event of tend.

Local Couple Attend Conventionyears

Hutmaker Glenn WhiteheadWed
Wendy Local Watkins distributors became distributors last
Michael and Ramona Crapue returned year, and was recognized along with
in Jacksonville CeremonyWendy recently from LaCrosse Wisconsin other new distributors at the conven-
,where they attended the 11th An- tion.One s a
nual Convention of Watkins Inc. of their granddaughters. "
Gayle Hutmaker daughterof The bride wore a gown of Dutchess Distributors and dealers from Michelle Ceballos, went with them. "
Mr and Mrs.William Clifton Harris satin featuring a wide Bertha collar throughout the U.S. attended the She was their helper in their
of Orange Park and Capt. Mat with a portrait neckline. The fitted four-day convention. business unpacking and filling ...
thew Hutmaker of Washington D.C. bodice was enhanced with re- The Crapse have been in the orders for their dealers. I .t.
and Glenn William Whitehead son embroidered alencon lace and tiny Watkins Products business for 9
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier pearls.The full skirt had a matchinglace the Decks ....
( Sink of Starke) and appliques and terminated In a
formerly Sally
( ),and Robert Thorpe
left David Richard Muse purser
chapel length train. From : Thorpe
the late Glenn W, Whitehead of Lake
Her fingertip veil of illusion was aboard the USS American.
Butler and grandson of Mr. Rudolph Baby ShoeBRONZING
Sink and the late Mrs. Myrtle Sink of attached to a narrow band of pearls
Starke and Mrs. Mary Lou and irridescents: with a spray of Crosby Clan Set to Gather
Whitehead andd the late Mr. A.W. pearls cascading down the side.
Whitehead of Lake Butler, She carried a bouquet of white
united In marriage Saturday, July Casablanca lilies, white freesia, and For Family Reunion Aug. 12
21. at 7pm. white tulips accented with varigatedivy.
Rev. Tom Sikking performed the Descendants of Philip Abraham other states, many will meet and
double ring ceremony which was Her bridemaids wore gowns of ir- and Clarissa Bragg Crosby will stay at the Days Inn Saturday night.
held in the Unity Church in Jackson- ridescent taffeta in turquise.The fit gather Sunday, 12, for a reuAll will gather at the Fair building
ville. Wedding music was providedby ted tops had portrait necklines and nion as they each summer on Sunday.. Aug. 12, at 11:30: for a
organist Eugene Hudson and three-quarter shirred sleeves. The AUGUST since 1943, making this their 48th brief business meeting and lunch
soloist Steve Osburn. Diagonal waistline was caught witha reunion. will begin at 12:13.:
Mrs. Thomas Williams served rolled fabric ornament centered ONLY The location this year is the Brad-
the with a rhinestone and flared at the ford County Fairgrounds in Starke. All family members are invited to
bride as her matron of honor and her Style 51 Unmounted
bridesmaids included Mrs. Davis hips.A. Shoe- Bright BronzeNow Arriving here on Saturday, Aug. 11, bring their family, friends and
reception was held following the and and share.Plates
Jacquett Mrs. Richard from cities throughout Florida enough food to eat
Malison in the Veranda Rooms of forks, ice, and other
Mrs.David Coakes and Wendy Webbof ceremony } cups, napkins,
the Independent Life Building. accompaniments will be provided. __
Lake Butler. r Weddings PortraitsfPwtcympfiy
The wedding party was honored Reg. $19.95Wj
Ashley Mattson was her flower with a rehearsal dinner aboard the : : ,. :; : : The Starke fairgrbunds are on Db tl tlki
bearer was Andy 'rt'
and the
Webb.girl ring .. -. Annabel Lee hosted by Mr. and ''';(, !:''' 5 t, c .' sot:"(i-'mHe nor )uf,*he'Days l. u\v.
chose Thomas Mrs. Robert Rosier. ,. Z For assistance iiv directions*-ttou -
The groom Following the wedding trip to other details call Albert Lee
Williams as his best man and his ing or
groomsmen included Chris Hut- Freeport Bahamas the newlywedswill '-..... :: 2 (Al) Crosby or the Days Inn.
reside in Orange Park. t :'dJete : t'Vrez
maker, Danny Webb of Lake Butler, ,
John Taylor and David Jacquett. Is the time
to save on bronzing Phone 964-8877
baby's precious shoas With Business Phone 964-2184 I
every adorable scuff and crease In My Heart are Many Memories :
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August imtl TE.L.K.lilUU'ss -..- .
Box 248, Breaker, FL 32622, sole owner Notice Is August 2, 1990.
doing business under the firm name of Attorney for P..lOnoiR.p..ntatlY.1 Gainesville, Fl 32602 ., .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
((904)) 376-5226 '--'' 'EIGHTH HUDICIAl CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
AUSTRICH. Route 1 Box 248. Brooker, :
r Legal Notices ] Florida 32622, Intends to register said PAUL D. NEWELL 8/02 2tchg 1/09; Cont. U\\ BRADFORD' COUNTY FLORIDA

fictitious nom. under the aforesaid P.O. Box 1369 PROBATE DIVISION
statute. Keystone Heights, Fl 32656 The School Board of CASE NO.: 9O.72CP
., Dated this 23rd day of July A.D., Telephone: ((904)) 473.4928Fla. will sell Bradford County DIVISION
-- 1990. In Bradford County. Bar No. 134389 by sealed bid several tractor*, FILE NO.: 1.4201IN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.'EiGHTH'JUDICIAL for a period of sixty! ((60)) days after the 7/264tpd 8/16; Cont. 541 Personal Representative: frelghtllners, vehicles, flatbeds, engines. RK ESTATE OP

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bid opening date. JANET T. PARENTEAU and mist scrap metal MARY W. LYONS,

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Plans, Specifications, and Contract' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 604 Hibiscus Trail Contact Jim Ward at Vo-Tech. ; d .
CASE 964-6800, Ext. 116 to view .', .
NO:90-391.CA Documents may be examined at Storke REGISTER Item* swe-) .
M.lbourn'l.och. FL ;) ,
FREDA C. TEMPLE Hall 32951 receive' a copy of the lid H,. 0-0115-- "
City or at the office of Bessent FICTITIOUS NAME 8/02 2tchg 8/09; Cont. No. 556 Vo-Tech NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Plaintiff Hammack A Ruckman Inc., 1900 Corporate Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Surplus.
v.. Squar. Boulevard Jacksonville Statutes, notice Is 8/02 2tchg 8/09; Cont. No. S3)
hereby given that the PUBLIC NOTICE ,, administration of the (state of
ROBERT LEE TEMPLE JR. and Florida 32216 ((904)) 7212991. undersigned MARY E. MASSEY Rt. 2 The Bradford County School Board MARY W. LYONS deceased File

SHIRLEY TEMPLE Copies of the Contract Documents Box 2452 Melrose, FL 32666, sole Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Number 1-4201 Is pending in the Circuit

Defendants.NOTICE may b. obtained from the office of Bes owner doing business' under the firm on the Special Programs and Procedures JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR C9urt for Bradford County Florida Probate

OF ACTION .sent Hammack & Ruckmon Inc.. name of ROSE STONE SERVICES, Rt. 2 for Exceptional Student Education BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA. Division. the address of whish Is

TO: DEFENDANTS ROBERT LEE TEM Charges for Plans and Specifications will Box 2452 Melrose FL 32666 Intends to on August 22. 1990.7:00 In the CASE NO.: 90.313-CA Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
PLE. JR. and SHIRLEY TEMPLE: b. $15.00 for .och ..t. Partial sets of register said fictitious name under the School Board Room of the District Administrative Plaintiff ESTHER L. MUIR Florida: The name and address of the

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Ins Plans may b. obtained for $2.00 per aforesaid statute. Offices, 582 N. Temple personal representative and the personal
HUitlon' of this action by Plaintiff sheet. Partial sets of Specifications may Dated this 31it day of August, A.D., Avenue, Stark. Florida. vs. representative's attorney are set
against you ..king to qul.t tltU on the be obtaln.d for $10.00 per sheet. These I99O In Bradford County. Copies of this document may be obtained IGNACIO O.ALDERETE and forth below. '
following described prop.rty In Bradford charges are not r.fundabl. 8/02 4tpd 8/23 at the Bradford School Board Offices M. ALDERETE his wife, Interested persons are required to

County Florida to-wlt: 7/263tchg; 8/09; Cont. 548 Monday through Thursday. Defendants.NOTICE file with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS .

Commencing at the Northeast comerof Denise Adams, Director OF ACTIONTO OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
Intersection of Broadway and Hoyt Exceptional Student Education : NOTICE:' ((1)I) claims against the estate
Street In the City of Stark., Florida and NOTICE OF APPEALRESCHEDULED FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME 8/02 3tchg 8/16: Cont. No. 549 RESIDENCE O.UNKNOWNAND ALDERETE and ((2) any objection by an interested'

run Easterly along the North side, of Hoyt P.O. Number 1269 person to whom notice was mailed that'
Str..t a distance of 105 feet to a Point of Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN challenges validity of the will ,the
Beginning thence The City of Stark. Board of Ad Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the : .
; run North.rly parallel qualifications of the personal
(ustm.nts has undersigned GLEN W. DESUE P.O. Box IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR YOU ARE NOTIFIED that repreientatlve
with Broadway Street 105 rescheduled the hearing an action to
feet thence venue, or jurisdiction{ of the
run Easterly parallel with Hoyt Street for the appeal filed by the City Commissioners 1135 Stark., FL 32091, sole owner, do- BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA foreclose on a mortgage on the following court.

distance of 52% feet, thence a of Starke and Terence M. Brownconcerning Ing business under the firm name of PROBATE DIVISIONFILE property In Bradford County, Florida: ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
run SOLAR CONTROLLER 649 N. NO:: 9O.62.CP A parcel of !land In the
South.rly and parallel with Broadway an Incinerator to be constructed Temple SC 1/40' Section SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Str..t 105 feet to Hoyt Street th.nc.run by Th.rmo Environmental Ave., Stark. FL 32091 Intends to IN RE: ESTATE DIVISION OF : 1.4192 7, Township 7 South, Range 22 East. Publication of this Notice has begun of
Westerly Systems on Lot 21 and 22, register said fictitious name under the Bradford County Florida being more
along the North side, of Hoyt Enterprise JOHN M. KUESPERT this 9 day of August 1990.Personal .
Street 32% feet to the Point of Beginn Park of Starke, Florida. loned 1.1 light aforesaid statute. D.c.a..d.NOTICE particularly described as follows: Representative
Industrial for a cr.matorlum and Dated this 31st day of August A.D., Commence at the NE Corner of said SE Bill,

ing.YOU ARE REQUIRED to file writ- disposal of other blohaxardous waste. 1990 In Bradford County. OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 1/4 and run South 88 degrees 43 minute' Route 5, Box Buby 7628Starke
your of the
estate of
t.n d..n.... If any to this action with The new hearing date' Is set for 8/02 4tpd 8/23 JOHN 30 seconds West along the North lineal Florida 32091
M. KUESPERT deceased File
sold SE 1/" a distance of 1503 feet the
Wednesday to
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for August 15. 1990. 7:30: p.m. Number
90-62-CP Is pending In the Circuit
Bradford County. Florida and serve a In the Council Room Stark. City Hall. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Court for Bradford County Florida Point of Beginning. From Point of Beginning Attorney for Personal Representative

copy thereof upon the attorney for the Those persons, groups or agencies BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Probate Division the address of which Is thus described run thence South 0 JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE
Plaintiff who Is: who wish to present evidence In this op- PROBATE DIVISION Bradford degrees 30 minutes East a distance of. 405 WEST GEORGIA STREET
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR., Esquire p.alat. case should app.ar and be CASE NO: 90-58-CP Florida. 32091.County The names ,and Starke addresses 162 1/2 feet to a point; thence run North STARKE. FLORIDA 32091

JoHnny R. Hobbs, Jr. P.A. heard at the time and place prescribed DIVISION: 1.4187 of the personal representativeand 81 degrees 15 minutes 54 seconds W..talong TELEPHONE NO.: ((904)) 964,4667
P.O. Box 938 above. IN RE: THE ESTATE OF the a country road right-of-way FLORIDA BAR NO.: 0242871
Anyone who personal representative's attorney Ilnel48.14 feet to the Easterly right of
Stark. Florida 32091 a verbatim SIMONNE PARENTEAU set forth below. ___ 08092tchg0816
((904)) 9645700not transcript of these proceedings shall be Deceased way line of State Rood No. 200 (U.S.
responsible for their PERSONS ARE Highway 301)); thence run Northeasterlyalong
later than August 20. 1990. own arrangements. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe NOTIFIED THAT
: said ,
DATED this 12th 7/26 3tchg 8/09 administration of the Easterly right of way line witha
day of July 1990. estate of All persons on whom this Notice Is curve concave Northwesterly laid ''. NOTICE OF INTENTION
RAY NORMAN Control No. 550 SIMONNE PARENTEAU deceased File served who have TO
objections that REGISTER
curve having a central angle of 4
Clerk of the Circuit Number 90-58-CP is pending In the Circuit -
challenge the validity of the will the degree 07 minutes 47 seconds, radius NAME
By: Tosher Allen Dep. Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Court for Bradford County Florida. qualifications of the personal representative of 7099.6 feet and a chord a and

7/194tchg 8/09; Cont. 538 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Probate Division the address of which Is venue, or jurisdiction of this distance of North 12 degrees bearing 04 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA P.O. Drawer B, Stark., Florida 32091. Court are required to file their objections 53.seconds North minutes Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CASE NO: 90-389-CA The names and addresses of the personal with this Court WITHIN THE LATER East feet to the line the undersigned Debra J. Norman,
Division Bradford of said SE 1/4; thence run North M sole business under the
REGISTER : County representative attorney are set OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF owner doing
FICTITIOUS NAME IN RE: The Marriage of forth below. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE degrees 43 minutes 30 second East firm name of Beary Special Kids, in
ANDREW JAMES ALL INTERESTED along said North line of the SE 1/4 a /endso register said fictitious name
distance of 188.7 to the Point of Beginn under the aforesaid' statute.
Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that th.und.rslgn.d. Husband NOTIFIED THAT: SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON ing. Dated
this 7 of
day A.D. 1990
and All whom August
GLENDA persons on this notice isserved
has been 'filed and In Bradford
: you are required to County.
Walnut St., Stark., 32091. sole owner" CHONA RIVERA WISE who have objections thatchall.ng. All creditors of the decedent and
of 08094'
serve a written If chg0830
copy your defenses 1
doing business' under the firm nom. of Wife the validity of the will, the other persons having claims or demands ,
on R. Hobbs
any Johnny Jr., plaintiff'sattorney
SHEAR DESIGN. 737 S. Walnut St.. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO qualifications of the personal representative against the decedent's estate on whom a whose address Is P.O.
Stark., Florida 32091. Intends to register : Chona Rivera Wise, 47 A-P Del venue, or jurisdiction of this copy of this notice is served within three 938 Stark., Florida 32091

sold fictitious name under the aforesaid Rosario Extension C.bu City 6000 Court are required to file the objectionswith months after the date of the first August 31, 1990. and file on the or anginaplaintiff's before, I
court WITHIN
Philippines THE LATER
statute. OF publication of this notice must file their
with the clerk of this court either
Dated this 24th day of July A.D.. You are notified that a Petition for THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER service on '
1990, In Union County. Dissolution of Marriage has been fII.d FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF thereafter attorney otherwise or Immediately

7/26 4tchg 8/16 against you and you are required toserve THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ; a
default will b.
entered church of God of
a copy of your written defenses, If VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF the relief demanded In the against you fa/, Prophecy, Inc.

INVITATION TO BID any to it, on Petitioner's Attorney, THEM. SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON WITNESS hand and the petition of 2138 N. Temple
seal this
Th. of ZELDA J. HAWK whose address Is All creditors of the decedent d THEM. my
City Stark., Florida will another
court on this 31st day of July. 1990. Pastor W. T. Laney
receive Bids for Wat.r Main ExpansionsPart 2830-K NW 41st Street P.O. Box 7035 persons having claims or demands All other creditors of the decedent RAY NORMAN. 964-7712

2, Phase I I. until 10:00 a.m. local Gainesville, Florida 32605 on or before against the decedent's estate on whom a and persons having claims or demands BY: Carol WilliamsDeputy -,' SERVICES
tlm.on the 13th day of August 1990 City September 3, 1990 and file the original copy of this notice Is served within three. against ,the estate of the decedent must Clerk un

Hall 100 Thompson Str..t. P.O. with the clerk of this court either before months after the date of the first file theit claims with this Court WITHIN 8/02 2tchg 8/09; Cont. S59 lacs. .y..l0am&6prt. . . . 12 Noon

Drawer 'Cr !Storke,| Florida. ;2091r at I service on Petitioner's Attorney or Im- publication of this notice must file their' *' THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER Wed.. . . . .7:30 pm
whfeh Itn.e nllibJdewUtbe mWicly!) ''M". J (. th.reofrer1 ..Otherwise.., a claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER THE DATE OF THE! FIRST PUBLICATION Thur... . . .12 Noon
ed and read,aloud.i ui ;r, t FdofauF-wlll 1 .be entered: agalnif' you for' OF THREE MONTHS AFTE-THeWTP"OP-: >.",OF-"W" NOTICED. Fri .. .. . . . 7-30 pm
Th. project will consist of a water the relief demanded In the petition THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT ,

main extensions and connections to existing Dated July 19, 1990. OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Come Worship With Us
piping and all r.lat.d Incidental RAY NORMAN SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON The date of the first publication of this i

work Items required to compl.t. the Clerk of the Circuit Court THEM. Notice has begun on August 2, 1990 STARKECHURCH BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

work as drawn and specified to provide ByCarol: Williams, All creditors of the decedent and persons Personal Representative: Comer of Pratt and Christian
a compl.t. and op.rabl. facility. Deputy Clerk having claims or demands againstthe WILFRED H. WAGNER JR. OF GOD .

This project will b. fund.d by the City 7/26 4tchg 8/16; Cant No. 546 decedent's estate must file their 316 Blairmore Blvd. West 422 N. St.Clair 6444* Sun. School 9:45: am I

of Stark., Florida. claims with the court WITHIN THREE Orange Park FL 32073 Pastor David Pleasant( Sun. Morning Worshlpll:00: am :
Each Proposal must be accompaniedby NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Sun.Evening Service 7:00: pm I I
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. : \Wo Invite you to "worship with (ut,.
Bid Security In an amount not less REGISTER Wed. Night Service 7:00: pm
p.rc.nt ((5 ) amount
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Fla. Bar No. 045236 Sunday School ,m_.sits ssi ttss i>i_ 10 ffffB Pastor Ronald Hannah I
bid. Bid either Florida
Security shall b. a cer- Pursuant to Section 865.09
BARRED. Morning Worship _. Hem
lifted{ check a cashiers check or a Bid Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the CHANDLER GRAY LANG & HASWELL EvIftirlISonl.. ,_?_.__ < Asst. Pastor John Leshuk .'
Th. date of the first publication of this, P.A. ? pcn
Bond. No proposal may be withdrawn undersigned April E. Austin Route I. Post Office Box 23879 Wedneod. Youth...............___.730: PnclemixgThe Blood The Book Blessed Noprsit. \

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407 N.Temple 9647911MITCHELL'S Keystone Heights! 473-3176

DRUG STORE Community of Jesus MinistriesCrafts TULLER

Specializing in State Bankof It Consignments
OLD FASHIONED SODA Starke Located off 100 S. towsnlKiyitons .
take right on 24th Ay*. CHIRrIrcnc. Care
FOUNTAIN SERVICE Starkes I fame Owned follow sins.Evss. / You Need It

I independent Bank 964-7109 "'...O.11JU11 473-7213

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US 301 SALES Printing Company ,
Tire &Auto I From"/Ill of us at Western Steer
Complete Shop
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Custom made." systems 1018 N. Temple 964-6461 964-6436 113 E. Call St. 964-8923

FLORIDA NATIONAL'' NAPA AUTO Terwillegar Motors, Inc. CROSLEYMANUFACTURING /1J Isfatg* {Insurance:*. I -

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right"lac.. Starke 964-7200 CORPORATIONMark (Wlnn-Dlxle Shopping Center)., Accident Ac: Family Care Center

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j Page HA TKI.KfiltAI'l AUgO'.t! !It, I HlIIII! Florida Bar 144625Attorney Copies of the bid form may be pickedup
the security shall be described. The claimant ALL CLAIME DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS at the Bradford County School Purchasing -
WITHIN shall deliver sufficient copies of NOT SO FILED WILL HE FOREVER for Personal Representative Department 519 N. OrangeSt.
the required
r THREE against MONTHS estate FROM are THE DATE OF THE the claim to the clerk to enable the clerk BARRED 08092tchg086. ., W.. Stork., Fl 32091, or call
Legal FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEto tn moil I ono to melt poi sonalrepresenSaliva. Date of the first publication of this Michael Reddish, Director of Purchasing -
Notice of Administration: 9 August 1990. at ((904)) 964.6800, ext 29 and a
file with the clerk of the above court owritten
Interested the Robert F. Mock will be sent to you.
NoticesSWILL of claim or demand All persons in estate to copy
statement any have bids atthe
they may have. Each claim must whom a copy of the Notice of Administration Personal Representative of the SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED Interested persons not later than
has been are required Estate of RUFUS HENRY MOCK, liD No.0.0B17.1Th. Purchasing
the basis bidsto
be In trlting and must endicate mail 2:00: P.M., August 17, 1990 Send
for the claim, the name and address of WITHIN THREE FROM Michael Reddish Director of Purchasing
the creditor or his agont or attorney and swill from all 519 N. Orange St., W., Starke.Fl ,
INVITED THIS NOTICE, to file any objections 954 North Temple Avenue will receive bids on MUST
amount claimed. If the claim is not yet 17, 1990 32091. Outside envelope
BID No.0-0817-1 due. the date when It will become due they may hove that challenge the validity Post Office Box 995 school cafeterias P.M..Interested on August Individualsmust CLEARLY STATE: Bid DescriptionSWILL:
shall be Haled. If the claim is contingent of the decedent's will, the qualifications Deceased. at 2:00 bid: each school separately and BIDS and BID NO. 008171.
Th. School Board of Bradford County or unliquidated. the nature of tho uncertainty of the personal representative, or Storke, Florida 3201 bid on or all schools, 08092tchg0816
on one
will receive bids on twill from all school shall be statod If claim is *,',urad. the venue or lurlsdlrin.>t I ,the court. ((904)964-8050) may
cafeterias on August 17, 1990, at 200 -4
P.M..Interested Individuals must bid on
each school separately and may bid on J
on. or all schools.
Copies of the bid form may be pickedup USDA Choice Beef -
at the Bradford County School Purchasing
Department, 519 N. Orange St.
W.. Starke, FI 32091 or call Michael Boneless 58
Reddish Director of Purchasing, at ((91M) : t
964-6800 ext. 29, and a copy will be sent I
to you.
Interested persons must have bids at SIRLOIN II
the Purchasing Office not later than 2.OC I
P.M.. August 17 1990. Send bids to:
Michael Reddish, Director of Purchasing
519 N. Orange St., W.. Starke. Fl 32091.
Outside envelope MUST CLEARLY STATE: STEAK I I 1 1
008171.Bid Description: SWILL BIDS and BID NO. Lb.


Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Prices In this
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 1 1 1 1 ad Blue
undersigned Debra J. Norman, sole 9Monday
owner doing business under the firm ,
name of Beary Special Kids Intends to August 6, thru
register said fictitious name under the GRAPESAvg.
aforesaid statute. Sunday,
Doled this 7 day of August A.D. 1990in August 12,
Bradford County. 1990.
08094tchg0830 L o


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Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the LEG
undersigned, North Florida Medical Corporation a
655 E. Main Street, P.O. Box %
455, Lak. Butler FL 32054, sole owners,
doing business under the firm name of
Union Medical Supply. 655 E. Main
Street Lake Butler FL 32054, Intends to CANTALOUPESTURKEY
statute.register said fictitious name under said

Dated this 7 day of August. A.D. 1990In

Union NOTICE County.OF PUBLIC HEARING 8094tchg830 IIJ

3 9 T4
The City of Hampton will conduct a
Public Hearing on a proposed amend
ment to the scope and budg.t of the current -
Community Development Block Lb.
Grant on Tuesday, August 14, 1990, at lacfo
7:00: p.m. In City Hall.
Questions or comments should be addressed .
to: r.
Ms. Lola Williamson, Mayor

Post Hampton Office Drawer City Hall 250 Fresh L US #1 -10 Lb. Bag

Hampton Florida 32044 '
and should be received by the time of ROUND ii
the hearing in order to be considered.



CASE NO.;90-68-CP .
DIVISION; t. Yellow Onions . . . 3 Lb. Bag 1.29
FILE NO.: 1.4198

16 Oz Diet Frosh/Diet 5 Ct. 5 Oz. Butter-Me-Not 6 Pk. 5 Oz. Reg/4 Oz. Fat Free
administration of the estate of Gingerale Assorted Flavors
Number 1-4198. Is pending In the Circuit BISCUITS
Court for Bradford County Florida, Probate FAYGO
Division, the address of which Is YOGURT
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
Florlad. The name and address of the
personal representative and the personal y
forth below.representative's attorney are set 4/$1/ $179

interested persons are required to
file with this court WITHIN THREE MON
NOTICE: ((1)) claims against the estate

and ((2)) any objection( by an Interested 3 Lb. Margarine 25 Lb. Bag Dog Food
person to whom notice was mailed that 50 Ct. 8 7/8 Inch Plates
challenges the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal representative SHEDD'S FIELD TRIAL
venue, or jurisdiction of the STURDYWARESealtest

Publication of this Notice has begunon $ 09
this 9 day of August, 1990. : 1 :.

Personal Lawrence 1452 Representative Myrtle Schattle Ave. g $159. $489

live Oak, Florida 32060
< =
Attorney for Personal Representative: ,

TELEPHONE STARKE NO.FLORIDA((904))964.4667 32091 SOUR CREAM .59 : .99
FLORIDA BAR NO.:0242871OB092tchg0816 . . S . . .. . . 10 Lb. Bag


COUNTY FLORIDA CASE 90-63-CP 2 Liter Diet Coke Caffeine Frat Diet BUD BUD Lt '& Coke
FILE 14193In
:_. -: you buy 13.8 o:.IMal A.I.ktB.n.
." RUFUS Re: The HENRY Estate MOCK of COK BUD DRY CANS :: 1/1 ttniJ/14/80

Deceased. ..,,e fCOD UODl, IIIC.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO DASS'C '-F 12 OZ./24 PK IFtaisin&on __ '11363900.Ww.

All PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR .:.-" .er-r..wr
INTERESTED z LIt.. lilt srtte, :::: -- III I II II I ISot1ta
AND IN THE All ESTATE OTHER: PERSONS ... .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ... .11 $1179' __. f-o'c.T::: : ::: : I
YOU ARE HEREBE NOTIFIED that the Pkg. If ..12 Dz. C F-tIrJ I I rt
administration of the estate of RUFUS I AeIatIII IlBtld ..: ..... ..........1.71

'. HENRY MOCK deceased, Caw Number
t. 90-63-CP: to pending the Circuit Court
for BRADFORD County. Florida Probate
Division the address of whim I I.Poet Of-
# flee Box I, Stork. Florida 9201. The
personal reproeentoHrvo. of the estate It
r I Robert F. Mock whoso address Is tit
t f Eighth Avenue, Albany. Georgia 31701. r
r. The name and) address of the personalrepresentative's '
' I
, attorney or* Mf forth
.) '
A/la.nan'/ having dabne or,demands


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9.1990 TELECRA. Page 9 A

To The Citizens of Bradford County: I


; I want to thank all of you who I

have shown your confidence : I

in me by allowing me to CONCEPTS Deerfoot Village

964-694G Shopping Center

continue_ serving you as your

county judge. The Movie Store With A Whole Lot More. .


George H. Pierce


o No Membership Dues ENOO

LegalPUBLIC Notices WE
Best Prices In Town

_ _

-NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO o Night Drop for Movies o OpBz g A

Procedures for providing special
education for exceptional children rule Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
number 7.30 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Movies On 1A\
Purpose and Effect: undersigned, Irene Acosta and RobertW. [
To revise procedures to conform to Bayer. P.O. Box 663, Starke Florida ?9
new Hate and federal guideline In 32091 (olnt owners, doing business
order to Insure the rights of affected under the firm name of Silver Strand Industries JThuisdayPARENTS
persons. 1.4 miles south of Starke, Hwy

Summary: 301 Intends to register sold fictitious ,. ;" $;\ u""" :'!<" ."'I! ;> : .. -, ;"Ji'g: ) '

exceptional 1.Changes students the manner ore served.In which some name Dated under this the 1 day aforesaid of August statute., A.D. 1990 t;'f a; ; :;let 'us order. yourachobi kids: Band :;/t ; $', :.

2. Changes the age limits to certain In Bradford'County.' ;{t;4i/ fAv'te' '!V.t'g8iti#:' i l .< I?. ': ,j.,. ..m&rttKt,
exceptional education programs. 8094tpd830IN N5f.&t ,,> :NJ st'rum'Nent'''g"'ow. yap}'.' ,': :: ? '.,

Authority: THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH '. ;' : its CAN : : ; 'IUsedjlhstruments /'<; f
220.22 ((2)) Florida Statute JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR > f J:. J.ii z 1 We: : SAVE'YOU.MONEY, ., ri jJ / '

law 230.23 Implemented: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA /,: dNei+ 'Vu'J;& :! : ,in-stock for sale or' rent!

Economic Impact: ? f3 ,., 3 y: 151 RiT5
CASE NO.:89-126-CP((14114)IN )
RE: the Estate of
If a hearing Is requested within 21 tIMI
days of this publication In accordancewith
Section 120.54 Florida Statutes, It : ;
will be held on September 11, 1990 at ''I'"I
6:00 P.M.. Union School)
Library. A complete text of this proposed The administration of the estate of T. I reg.
rul. be viewed In the
office of
may G. BLACKWELl deceased Case No. SONY KV-2 y DS1
the Superintendent ol Schools, 55 S.W. 89-126-CP ((1-4114)), Is pending In the Or- 27" TRINITRON CONSOLE I $1199T1206Hour
6th lake Florida.
Street Butler
cult Court for Bradford County Florida, STEREO MONITOR/RECEIVER I I
OBOtltchg Probate Division the address: of which Is

Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, e Microblack Trinitron picture tube i ,,, I ,,
Florida 32091, The name and address of 0 Dual '
full-range stereo speakers
and ol the
personal representative o Stereo broadcast V,t ption; ----.
personal representative's attorney are
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH set forth below. o Direct video/a dr($'inputsCablecompatible \
JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT IN AND FORBRADFORD Alllnt.r..t' are required to o pIMIIN lllpll INgllwi NMI i nuauui
FLORIDA. persons Express Tuning system I NI MI IIpN ll {ll
file with the Court WITHIN THREE MON e Auto timer/channel block system '
CASE NO.: B6-352.CA NOTICE o Unique space-saving console design-
((1))All claims against the estate and ((2)) e Sand cabinetry a bargain at $8 9 9 00 I
any objection by qny personto
FLORIDAa notional banking association whom notice was mailed that
assuccessor challenges the validity of the will, the
by merger to Florida National qualifications ol the personal representative WE ARE BLOWING AWAY THE
,venue or jurisdiction of the Court. "

PlanllHvs.. ..-.f .._. -- SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED. .. .- SHARR
this has
Publication of Notice begun'
et SAMPSON o1. LAKE FARMS. INC., .I c.s; ...._ ....Johnny August R.9,Hobbs,199O. Jr.. P.A. $299-- ". ... 'FROM SHARP MINDS -'."' .-100 Watt Sharp System I ,

DefendantsNOTICE P.O. Drawer 938 COME SHARP PRODUCTSDouble Cassette Turntable
Starke Florida 32091
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant ((904)) 964-5700 5 Band Graphic Equalizer

to a Consent Final Judgment el Attorney for p.rlOnolropr..nlotlvo Large selection 150 Watt System Remote Control JIlL .
Foreclosure entered In the abovecaptloned 3? "<"
action. I will sell the property Model 7700CD -- --
situated In Bradford County described 8O92tc.g0816 of Guitar Strings Full Function Remote Double Cassette ContinuousPlay
In Exhibit "A" at public sale, to the Bass System. Compact Disc Player ri i
highest and best bidder for cash, at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD & Picks in store. Reg. $1198 El
Bradford County Courthouse In Starke COUNTY FLORIDA

Florida 1990. at 11:00: a.m. on September. 6, CASE FILE 90-64-CP 1.4194 ( .. i... .... _

Dated this 6 day of August 1990. In Re: The Estate of ... !
Ray Norman BELL M. ROSIER 5 FREE Audio Sale $999 tit

Clerk of the Circuit Court Deceased.NOTICEOF.
By: Carol Williams ADMINISTRATIONTO Tape blankswpurchase ;
Deputy Clerk r t tfie
A tract of land situated In the South % AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN any portable or in Home @ti
ol Fractional Section 33, Township 6 S. THE ESTATE: '
Range 21 E, and In Fractional Section 4, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the full size AM/FM Entertainment.FULL '.'..
Township 7 S, Range 21 E, said tract being administration of the estate of BELL M. on.,Rp '
more particularly described as ROSIER deceased Case Number cassette radio !
follow.: 90-64-CP. Is pending In the Circuit Court
Commence at a concrete monument at for BRADFORD County Florida Probate SIZE CAMCORDER
the NW corner of Fractional Section 4 Division, the address ol which Is Post Of.
and run N 89 57' 06" E along the North fits Box B, Starke, FL 32091. The per. G.E. RADIO
line ol said Fractional Section 4, a sonal representative of the 0"01.1.Dot
distance of 251.43 feet to the E'ly ROW II. Sue Prevail, whose address I. Route DUAL WITH ALL
line of County Road No. C-225, thencerun 1, Box 702 lawtey FL 32058. The name 9"
SE'ly along said ROW line with a and address of the personal representative CASSETTE THEFEATURES PORTABLE TV
curve concave NE'ly said curve having a s attorney are set forth below
central angle of 25>35'54", a radius of All persons having claims or demands Two'\ decks f for _MODEL 09GP101
2814.78 feet, on arc length of 1257.57 against the estate are required WITHIN On-Screen Operating and Status Displays
feet and a chord bearing and distance of THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE hi-speed dubbing, cont. On-Screen Time and Channel Number
S 53'47"E.. 1247.14 feet to State Road FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to play, 4 speakers Sleep Timer
Department ROW marker and POE; file with the clerk of the above court a AM/FM radio. $79 9 Picture Reset $299
thence run NW'ly along said Ely ROW written statement of any claim or demand 2-Way AC/DC Operation147Channel
line with a curve concave NE'ly' sold they may have. Each claim must Capability
curve having a central angle of be In writing and ust Indicate the basis Keyboard/Scan Control
OS-WOT. a radius ol 2814.78 feet on for the claim the name and address ol $69 95 26" Television
arc length of 252.23 Ieet and a chord the creditor or his agent or attorney,and $AAQ,
bearing a distance ol N or42"W.. the amount claimed. If the claim Is not w/Remote Control "
252.16 feet; thence leave sold ROW line yet due the date when It will become 25" GE Console
and run N 43*1B'16" E. 365.00 feet; due shall be stated If the clalmls con-
thence run N 64'18'16" E, 675.00 feet; tlgent or unliquidated, the nature ol the G.E. w/Remote Control
thence run N 3IM8'16"E. 384.66 feet to a uncertainty shall be staled. If the claimIs
point In the center line of a 100.00 feet secured. the security shall be described SPACEMAKERRadio
Clay Electric Co-op Inc. ROW easement The claimant shall deliver sufficient
recorded In the claim the M';
for Power Transmission copies of to clerk to enable &
Misc. Book 19, page 191 of the Public the clerk to mall one copy to each personal .
Records of said County; thence run S 1 representative.All Cassette Player !
Interested In the estatewo ,
said easement persons i +
38"23'44" E. along
centerline 650.00 feet more or less to the whom a copy of the Notice Of Administration AM/FM radio, stereo
Centerline run of The Simpson River; has been mailed are required cassette player w/elect. -- I1 4
thence run SWIy along
1,350.00 foot more or less to the E'ly THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF digital clock.
THIS NOTICE to file objections I
ROW line of sold County Rood No. C-225 any
and point earing S 46>41>44" E. from they may have that challenge the validity
ol the decedent's will, the qualifications
said cenlerllneand
the POE thence leave $8395
of the personal representative or VCR W/Remote .
run N 46"41'14" W, along said Ely' W"
the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
ROW 325.00 feet more or .let. to the
POB. Subject to an easement ol Clay ...
Electric Co-op Inc. 'for power ROWacro.*
the Ely 50.00 feet ol) the above decrlbed BARRED G.E. NITELIGHT
Date of the first publication of this $199
tract.l'arc.1. 2 Notice of Administration: 9 August 1990. RADIO $
Dollle Sue Prevail
of land lying In Sections 32 and
A parcel
Personal Representative of the
21 East
33. Township 6 South Range baby
Estate of BELL M.
Township 7

and South.the'of North In Section Range Fractional by 33 me 21;bounded East North Section being line on 4.of bounded the the West South on by 954 North RICHARD Temple E.Avenue WELTY radio, sleep sWitch. 45" Big Screen TV ON SALE!' !" !

the Sampson City County Graded Rood; Post Office Box 995. allows child to fall _
on the Soyt-west by State Road No. Florida Deceased.Slarke asleep to 30 minutes of
the East 1 by>> lake Smopson; and 1
225 on .
: ((904))964.8050 music.
on the South EXCEPT 1 by>> the Sampson ell existing River.roods ". :i' Florida Bar 144625 At this price you must take possession at store. $1 5 9 9
LESS AND : .f' ) Attorney for Personal price if delivered.
and Rights of Way Sold lands containIng '. 1 Representative8092lchg816 $2 9 95. Slightly higher
237 acres, more er less, ore located: .',
In Bradford County ''t

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Starke Stars Tie

for 13th Place at TEXAS OR'O' RK A P EEL CAS .99A'v edges

Tif ton TourneyThe ,' SOL IMPORTED MEXICO NR.ITIJ 1410L 3.49 Utter

Starke Stars (Senior Boys) .) I RED, WHITE & BLUEST 94EO I 6.49 49

traveled to Tlfton, Ga. last weekend PAUll GUI opo & 3.99 750 M
(Aug. 2-5) to participate in the 16th ,... I
Boys 18 and under National
Softball Tournament r1 I
A total of 25 teams competed LITE,
(about 15 less than expected) from /mil GENUINE DRAFT
12 different states, including '
Florida Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas tIln's
Il ,
Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, j CALENDS .. O9 i;
Ohio, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, '

Tennessee The opening, and Texas.ceremonies were CZJ iii] lit! mom' GIRLS V 99 r 1 049.200= SUITCASE I

canceled and the first round of t 24-11OZ.CANS
I games were postponed until Friday y. CALENDAR unT SALE PRICE-MAIL-IN. REBATE=AFTER REBATEDM
August 3, due to torrential rains andlighting. J s

I The Stars. first game at 9:45: a.m., ,: 2YS 1
7 E I+
Friday was in essence depressingsince 1J-
the bats never woke up and the SALE DELACOURBRANDY .I'il' 1 OR LIGHT
Stars lost to the Bandits of Tifton, IUli.ee
Ga. 10.0, collecting only six hits.The ,T o
Bandits went on to finish third. 111 1
Going l-for-1 was Jeff Carver. Go- 99 = 649TWO
ing l-for-2 were Link Bishop, Ken 799.150
Carlton, and Daryl Gnann. 1 1 + / / 750 ML 24-12 OZ CANS
After a two hour break and facing I i 1' 12 SALE PRICE-MAIL.IN REBATE=AFTER REBATE
the dismal prospect of being the first 1 1 p
team out of the double elimination
tournament the Stars, after a .,-, s..rrn e vflW,, ra .",.- ..,,...a.w:. fr ,, COUPON FOR
'secret' team meeting with out
$i.oo OFF
coaches, came out smoking in game I 1 r'C1i' 1 I 1 1 1
two at 1:30 and
: p.m. whipped the
Pups of Tallassee, Alabama 16-4 in .' ABC 80 .
CHIVAS f1\Organ CLUNYt06e
( G> five innings. The Stars collected 18 lifACHER" -: ,RIIGINLL 1' /
hits and every starter had at least VODU. SPICED RUM HOLLAND BEER
one.Leading SCOTCH WHISKY GIN RUM crerwlT+e 17514.99 SALE SCOTCH
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Jeff Vince Carver.Robinson.Going Going l-for-l 2-for-2 was was CS. OF 12. $209.88 CS. OF 6 $125.94 FREE euNV irate.Te CS. OF 6. $59.94 t y CS. OF 6. $89 94 CS. OF 6 $82.95 I"" 299 COUPONREDEEMA NIIBTLS 12 OZ .

Jamie Bowen. Going l-for-2 were cJ i MYERS'S : t DEOIITER
Ken Carlton, Daryl Gnann, and .oCOteS b r. USHER'SSCOTCH N EN y tngfnm's BEEFEATER' ..."_ TAKKOV I : WITH THIS I CUT-OUT
Jason Lewis. 0 ..s'M. ( DARK RUM I COUPON FOR
The Stars played game three at din GINLIUI 9.99 VODKA $1 e0o OFF
6:15: p.m. against Woodland of Mq l 1
Heflin, Alabama and easily defeated T ., ML 2.00 ::::An
them 93.Leading. 1499 1499 ry 629 99 649
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2-for-3 were Jeremy Crawford and I I of Gtoltctt Premium: See ,
limit an (per nounnou MM only to
Donnie Francis. Going 2-for-4 was 'DEWARS, Cutty FlEISCHMANN's I! WILD M Honda nsidtnll of legal drinking' ago
Ken Carlton. Going l-for-2 were camru GIN' I EXPIRATION DATE:AUG.14,1990
Tommy Balckom, Jeff Carver, and 'Wbtt Lab E Saik TURKEY
Game four was played against Lit. s s LTR. IMPORTED GERMAN
2 00 A"eAn '
tie Italy of Cleveland, Ohio, who .+. L P w1LO 11 49 99
went on to finish 7th In the tourna- 2199 1299 t 9 BECKSLIGHT
4.99 H
ment. By now it had been a very U'I1' 750 ML I R':". D 750 ML 750 ML OR DARK
long day and the Stars ran out of gas : CS. OF 12 $163.00 CS. OF 6 $131.94 CS. OF 12 -$155.88TAA.KA CS. 0F12 83.88 CS. OF 12 $137.88 CS. OF 12119.88 6

and lost to a strong team 13-3. This YAW14ti".JYYP M.MA AirMM.w!.Wnw.w Mw. .. ., ,, -- 99 I IWanmb
ended the tournament for the Starke II
Stars at 2-2, a tie for 13th place. 1 1 1 1I1'I '] M I e I A e 1 I
Leading in game four going 2-for-3
were Ken Carlton and Vince Robin btoucnnaya E
son. Going l-for-2 were Ashley Al- n @nun k;, dIM KESSLER RED :
day Tommy Balckom, Donnie 80 VODKA <
Francis, and Jason Lewis. VODKA o* 14.99 k WM a{ 1 BEAM WHITE
The Stars final record was 28-23 WHITE & BLUE
and the team baiting was t -I.SO 4M i ''j.8 '' j
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13.49 i :
Sexton Won'tCoach 1 17 wean 750 ML t..eWP..e / 24-CS TC 0' .
Football 7 CS. OF 6 559.94 CS. OF 12 $179.88 I CS. OF 6. $ 14.95 CS. OF 12 $159.95 t CS. OF 6. $80.94 CS. OF 6:$76.14

Veteran Coach Mike Sexton is ; ABSOLUT Canadian HARWOOD cxD .Ancient i =-
hanging up his football cleats after RELSKA. Mist 1J'a
25 years at Bradford High, he says. e" I '" .n.
Sexton coached the line and 800 VODKA VODKA 750 6.29 SALE BLACK LABEL REGULAR,LIGHT,ALE
linebackers and has been the right ML O AA I
hand man for Head Coach David 99 Irvin: I *uee 29
299I _
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had hoped he could get Sexton to go

: Seagram'sV.O. :
"There comes a time when you've mini) fT1E SchlHz
got to hang it up and I think it's { A4 PROOF twoL CANADIAN :
time," Coach Sexton said Wednes- 17512.99 SALE ; 7Crown BLEND 'A PREMIUM BEEN A7
day afternoon. Sexton told Coach 80 VODKA VODKA LTR. 200 we AfJ/jAR/ PRICE'Lo"o /
Hurse during Spring practice he MUTI 4'9' .
wanted to quit coaching football. 149 10.99 8 t 134 109,
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over the summer but Sexton didn't CS. OF 6 389 94 CS. OF 12 $13188 R EE cD Twou"A COLA CS. OF 12 .$101.88 j i; CS. OF 8 $80.94 CS. OF 6. $65.94

change his mind. ._ .. . ....... ... .. :.I... .. ......,._
Sexton, 50, will still be the BHS

athletic director,will coach golf, and 11I1,1.1:0, : ]:t =4' 'I'll I ,...,.,II -.11[t-I""lI 1 1'f'"ill "il"I: mt '..ml"'''.1 II=-
will carry his regular classroomload.
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Bradford High has an 18-2 record .. ..
M 5.99 Gallo =::. L3.79 Korbel "".:0' 9.99 4.29
over the past two years. Opponentshave Mouton Cadet P. u. SebastianlBerlnger ee"L M

per game averaged against less BHS than over four points those ROlhbury tln'ooiir:: :M 8.49 Mondavi := LTI'1. 8.99 Gold Seal ...K......., M 8.99 Z:: :'LTrlmbach M 449 3 $$99

two Sexton seasons.points out that the BHS CNIIAC.: M 8.99 Inglenook "''1.l.i'!':" d". 6.29 *Dom Perlgnon "en. :M: 69.99 *Chat. SI. lean o.a, MC 12.99 c"'

coaching staff has several capable ,. *Chaleau.m:: :: :M 19.99 Taylor...<...r.. =' L4.79 ; Cook's ..UTI-... 4,49 Glen EllenSebastian "' ML 4.79Yalckenu'.w
coaches with experience, including .
Coach Lanier Clyatt,who has coached UIIC55AU"N'LCN: :M 4.49 ABC a .,:SS FS LA. 4.99 Beccaro Asti! Spuman. M 8,49 =:\" M 4.29F
the offensive line; Coach Roland
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defensive secondary, and Coach r Yago Sangria Red \ 6.49.j Andre e11TCOLOWCN;' : :M. 2.99 2.99
Jerry Kaminski, who coached the Brown Bros."ARSON"Ar :M 9.99 : Gallo ;u35"Ew t: M 79

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Cross Country "" :E I + l ,118 YORE ON Y -.
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practice girls ....L ICfl ASTI ,qLao I ""\ LIQUEUR oronaa"1
and boys cross country training Is Jcdoi r"Ae"eA6 Mi. M 7.4 9'I .-..--., SPUMANTE *Far Niente M 27,99
set at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. IS, at ...:;;oc:.:::.. I CHANONNAV ""
the Bradford High gym says Coach *|I.V. Meursoult :M 19.99 I 799 Gallo "" ":'- :M 3.49 E"-
George Loper. 49 ML I
M 6.99 SALE Kendall'aAN.N: M 9.49 65
Bring physical examination Dubaeuf "tea" I TM x
forms, if have one, asks Coach I 1.S LTR. 736 ML HOLLAND HOUSE NINA 170L
Loper. you Lancer's Rose 706 ML 3.99 ti l. S.OF 98 S. OF 12. 69.90 COLADA, WITH A.o PURCHASE A i Monday i"'" 766 ML 7.49

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"L Learning to Love and Let Go

F + Starke Girl is Raising Guide Dog Puppy for the Blindby
Sue Ellen SmithICT become the eyes of a blind person. she received a call to come pick up courages temporary owners of the
Gretchen's reward for raising and her new ward in Gainesville. Gret- puppies to Introduce the puppies to
Staff Writ.rElevenyearold giving up Katlend? chen was the first of the 11 people almost every type of environment.This .
Gretchen Wilkinson "Just all the slobber one puppy there to get her puppy."I means Gretchen can occas-
of Starke just got a new puppy can produce," Gretchen's mother she "
thought was really cute, sionally take Katlend to shopping
she has promised to love, take care Linda, said.Gretchen. Gretchen said. "She likes to play." malls, grocery stores, on public
of and give away to a stranger who has had the puppy Gretchen's job of socializing transportation and other places not
after a year's time. for almost three weeks, found out Katlend began that day and Includes usually frequented by puppies.
Gretchen has volunteered to raise
about the program through Alachua housebreaking the
puppy, teaching Once Katlend learns her puppy
the ll-week-old female yellow County 4H. Alachua County 4-H her basic commands, and introducing manners and learns to sit and stay
Labrador retriever, now all legs and cooperates with Southeastern Guide her to a variety of sights, sounds she may even go to school with Gret-
tongue, for Southeastern Guide Dogs in placing potential guide dogs and experiences. chen, a fact that may make Gret-
Dogs, a not-for-profit organization in with children and adults who will chen
Manatee County that breeds and Katlend has learned to extremely popular
raise the puppies until they are of already get classmates.
trains guide dogs for the blind. age to begin guide dog training. along with other animals Gretchen "When I told best friend that
For the next year Gretchen will be said, and loves all of the Wilkinson's Katlend my
might to school with
responsible for caring for and Gretchen, who has wanted to raisea other animals which include dogs she said 'Oh, I go want to sit me'"
socializing the puppy she has named guide dog puppy for more than two and horses. Gretchen said. by you,
Katlend. Then she must give the years, filled out an application for "She even likes the cat," Gretchen
puppy back to Southeastern Guide the program through Alachua Coun- said.
Dogs which will train Katlend to ty 4-H in March. Five months later Southeastern Guide Dogs en- see Pappy page 1 IB





209 West Call Street,

Schedule Starke Phone, -53832091

Gainesville 395-5850

, FALL Schedule .

Gretchen Wilkinson and Katlend the puppy she is raising for

.' Southeastern Guide Dogs find a place in the shade in front of Tuesday-Friday................July 11-Aug. 3.............Freshman Registration 9:00am-3:00pm: :

Gretchen's home. Once Katlend is old enough to begin guide dog Monday-Wednesday....... Aug. 6-8........................ RegIstration by appointment 10:00am-4:00pm:
training Gretchen must return her to Southeastern Guide Dogs. Thursday.......................... Aug. 9............................RegIstration 10ooam-4oopm: : &c 6-8:00pm: ,
Friday.................................. Aug. 10..........................Registration 10ooam-4:00pm: : I IWednesd.y.
......................... Aug. 22....................P.eglstration 10ooam-4oopm: : &: 6-8:00pm:
.Thursday-Friday. ............. Aug.23,24 .....................RegIstration 10ooam-4:00pm/Fees: : Due
Monday............................... Aug. 21..........................Classes Begin/Schedule Adjustment
...................................................................................... 10:00.m-4:00pm: :
, IPUMrwi
.w Monday..............................Sept.3.............................Labor Day Holiday
, Monday...............................Sept.l0........................... Last Day To Drop &c Receive a Refund
i....... Friday.................................. Oct. 19 ........................... No Classes (College Open)
Monday............................... Nov. 12..........................Veterln's Day Holiday (College Closed)
Wednesda ......................... Nov. 21..........................Last Day To Withdraw &c Receive a .W"
-fS ...!.:ir.\.t. ......................:;............................................. (No Evening Classes) . ,
............. Nov.22,23......................Thanksgiving Holidays (College Closed)
Monday-Thursday ........... Dec.11-20.....................Final Exam Days ':

Course SectIon ID CourneTitle Time Days Room Cr Instructor

CEBIOtI OSI D Intro.to Business 830-9.45 MW 212 3 SIrJckland0ST2711
OSI D Word Processing I 830-9:45 M W 204 3 CrlffnMACI102
0S1 P College Algebra 1 8JO.9:45: MW 108 3 TBA
MAT0024 OSI C Elementary Algebra 8.JO.9:45 M W 205 4 Becker
P5Y2Ot2 OSI P General Psychology 830-9:45 M W 209 3 TBA
HCPOl00 OSI 0 Nursing A elalant 9001.00: MF 106 4 Hitchcock
EC02013 OSI P Prln.Of(Economics I 1k.11:15( ()() : MW 212 3 SlrlcklandENC1102
OSI P Writing About UL 10:00.11:1S: : MW 210 3 HellmichMAT0002
s = OSI C CoIleg.Prep Math" 1000.1059 M W 205 1 'FDAMAT0002L
OSI C Prep Math L.tb 11.00.12:29: M W 205 3 'FDAMiBI371
OSI D Health Related Math 1000.1115 M W IOt 3 Parker

::21'1500. 3/1O .j SYC2410 OSl P Marriage Family 1000.1115: : M W 209 3 'FDAARHI000
,... OSI P Art Appreelatlon 1s0: -l1:15 M W 108 3 'FBAAP32150
OSl P Cener.I Biology< 11JG.12.45: M W 210 4 Feldherr
APB21S01 0S1 P General Biology Lab 100.245 W 210 0 Feldherr
JIM TATUWTS :E 786-8770 ENC1101 OSI P College Comp. 11JG.12.45: M W 209 3 TBA
""''THUll' 7 0ST2711 0S2 D Word I'roassIng I 11JG.12.45: M W 204 3 Crlffln
TVEEDEATER. HSC2400 i OSI P FlrstAid 113012.45: M W 108 3 Chapman
ACC200t OSI D Accounting I 11JG.1245: M W 210 3 SlrlcklandEECl00l
-- OSI D Educ./Childhood M 212 3 TBA
SPN1120 OSI P BegInning Spanish I 8.JO.9.45 TH 108 4 Lyall
MVK1111 lISl P ClaaaPlanol 8.JO.9.45 TH 101 3 TBA
; .F oRloa CCSl000 OSI D Intro.lD Computers 8.JO.9.45 TH 204 3 Elliott
ENC002D OSI C CollegePrepwritlng' 8.30-9-.29 TH 205 1 Ellihitt
r 'PEST > ENC00201 OSI C Prep Writing Lab 9.JO.I0.59 TH 205 3 EOiMttENCI101
ONTHOL 0S2 P College Comp. 8.JO.9.45 TH 108 3 TBA .
ANT2000 OSI P Inlro.1D Anthropology 10:00.11:15: TH 210 3 Johnson
I ENC2301 OSI P Advanced Comp 10:00.11:15 TH 204 3 'FDAMACII4O
OSI P Colleg.Algebran 10:00-11:15: TH 212 3 TBA
THEl000 OSI P Inlro.toTheatre 10:00-1115: TH 209 3 TBA
"" ".. ".' HUMI020 OSI P Intro.toHumanlttes 11:30-1.45: TH 108 4 LyaUREA0010
OSI C College Prep Reading" 11:30-12.29: TH 205 3 EllihittREA00101
SPECIAL PURCHASEI 0S1 C Prep Reading Lab TH 205 1 EllIMttAMH2OIO
O'iER / OSI P US History To 1877 11JG.12.45: TH 209 3 TBA
r SAVE MODEL 130A '. CCS1510 OSI D EIec.Spresdehats. 11JG.12.45: TH 204 3 Elliott
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{.it.. e MATOOO2 0S5 C College Prop Math' 700-7.59n MW 205 1 Monroe
MATOO02L 0S5 C Prep Math Lab 800-9:29n M W 205 3 Monroe
SPC2601 0S5 P Public Speaking 700-9:45n M 108 3 LocII.CCSl000 .
tR. 0S5 D Intro.To Computers 700-9:45n:: M 204 3 Baker
MVKl111 0S5 P Case PIano I 700-8lSn: MW 101 3 TBA
eouw nvls REAOOtOL 0S6 C Prep Reading Lab TH 205 1 Marquis
L 44 Q REA0010 0S6 C College PrepRading' 600-7:29n: TH 205 3 Marquis
aoa.e t STA2023 t 0S6 P Intro.toSlallstica 5.JO.6:45n TH 209 3 Becker
Rep,la./cep Re -\ :--- SPNl120 t 0S6 P BegInning Spanlalll 600-7:15n TH 212 4 TBA
ARTlOO1C 0S6 P Art Fundament 75 -945n: T 210 3 TBA
99 MODEL 2510 ELECTRIC BLOWER.a.Nw.L.re. MAC1102 0S6 P CoUegeAlgebra I 700-9:45n T 209 3 TBA
? a/e./ CCS2540 t 0S6 D Data SM.n.ge.. 700-9:45n: T 204 3 Elliott
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.ir MCF1202 rs1 P TopicIln Flnae Math 7009:451W 212 3 TBA
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HUMI020 0S8 P Intro Human11e1 6:>-9:451H 108 4 TBA
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rrw-: -- r SFCC Registration

I J.." Rr i I Now Underway

-H .
r- Regular registration Is currently Announcing... .
underway for the Fall
I the Andrews Center 1990 of Santa semesterat Fe New Clothing Outlet Store In Starke!
k. Community College In Starke.There
Is a special evening registration
f' tonight,Thursday, Aug. 9, from 6 to VOGUEMANUFACTURING
8 p.m.
A record 62 classes are being offered OUTLETHWY

ii ____ I area business of this,expansion Including term.wlth in Accounting the the greatest field of, 100 E., 1 MILE OFF 301 ON LEFT

M; l: Word Processing (Word Perfect II),
Economics, Intro. to Computers,
Electronic Spreadsheets (Lotus
t )_ 1,2,3), ) Data Base Management Come in and
Business Law, Tntro.to
c+ ""a ViI and Business Practices., Real Estate Principles save on shorts,

In addition to basic classes In pants andif
Math English, Science, History, :r' : ,

fall Social schedule Sciences Includes and Humanties such varied, the of- ':r I'I shirts. All Styles

ferings as Class Piano,Spanish land All Sizes
II,Art Fundamentals,Marriage and I
the Family,and General Pschology.The :r .

ends Dec.fall 20 term begins Aug. 27 and ,I Open:

Registration is scheduled daily Monday Friday 9:00 a.m. til 4 p.m.

from 10 a.m., call to 964-5382.4 p.m. For more Information Saturdays 9:00 a.m. til 12 Noon


I Andrews Center Coordinator Bernard McFadden, left, 1 oW
accepts an original
.1 watercolor portrait of the center from Gainesville artist Ken Small. Small,who painted .
the portrait four years ago,gave the painting to the center because he no longer k: G-
intends to show it in art shows.WeIIlin0vn. .
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. .r pNO: PAYMENT :::=:

Portrait to SFCC Andrews Center. tsv NO INTEREST. 3 TVaelora
-- TIL APRIL 10.12. 16 A 20 HP
by Sue Ellen Smith Former SFCC President Alan medium he works in,he said. a WhuelRmse_ _, a 1991 Down !
BCT Staff Writer Robertson, Andrews Center Coor- Trxrana adingMmven, No Payment
It a picture paints a thousand dinator Bernard McFadden and An- dinator Andrews Center Coor- words then Gainesville artist Ken drews Center Executive Bernard McFadden said he V.I.P. Service Club Membership With Purchase 0 bWO
Small has just presented the Santa Lila Yawn also influenced Secretary his deci- the was honored to accept the portrait of Buy ($50.00 Value) $4S00
center from V.I.P
Small. ; Service Include
Fe Community College Andrews sion to present the painting to the "(Ken Small) is Now : Save Up To$400 On
Center with a 1,000 word essay on the center Small said.Smah Gainesville a well-known Before 1. Free blade sharpening/ __ TORO Workhorse Garden
history of the Starke artist. For him to select 2. Free annual & Tractor
campus. a former illustrator pickup delivery pedal. *
this subject shows his insight to 3. Parts discount r
broadcaster Prices on all In-shop repair,
has been a full-time '
Small, a watercolorist known for watercolor artist history, McFadden said. "I con- Increase 4. Factory authorized! warranty service. Riding Manrars
for 16 years. sider it a tribute to Starke that sucha Optirnol extended
his engine warranty. 8,10,
12 HP
architectural Model
paintings, last Although he also 6. *
paints landscapesand well-known artist would select this Priority 5-dav service guarantee. Available
week gave the center an original seascapes, he is !
perhaps best
subject. We
are happy to it
portrait he painted four years ago of known for his architectural pain- and will display it with pride accept" Mommy Payment
the 88-year-old former Bradford tings and has in the past been com- amenll
County Courthouse.He also gave the missioned to paint several University tow a
center several smaller prints of the of Florida buildings. 'BRYAN'S
portrait. Starke architectural subjects WeIIAuto" $3400

I Small has painted besides the An- A ALL MODELS IN STOCK AND .. sw on Allae.r
Small showed the portrait and drews Center include the United Engine nkJoo,GranCalchM
prints four years ago as part of his Methodist, First Presbyterian, and LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM AnlMM lor Al
exhibit at the first Starke Festival of First Baptist churches in Starke. RUM
Starke the Arts. Small aid he chose the Small said he does most of his architectural Know 1 Hardware And INTERLACHEN Miller's Plaza Highway MELROSE 21 North KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STARKE
of his campus paintings as the subject because of one paintings from sketches, Garden Centers, Highway J NextJoWllllamson'sGrocery Highway 100 East Highway 301 South
he but he does
use photographs for Next to
understood Michael 684-2811 475-2400 473-4006 Sawyers Gas
the historical value of details. Watercolor is the by Brunetti,Manager
the former courthouse. only., Santa Fe Auto Parts 064-4642
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Small, who has participated i in IM&FRAISEMINISTR1ES JrJ JJJJ"J JAA J_ J JrJ _
VJJ J V V V V V V V J V Vel -
Starke Festival of the Arts f'
shows, said he P.O. r.ww 9G9 r
wanted to present the Stub,PL 30091
painting to the Andrews Center PASTOR EDWARD(..VAN CAMP CLEAR '
because he would no longer be
a partof
the annual Starke show. He is AFULLGOSPELFAMLYCHUEHG OFTROUBLE"Power .
limiting his art show participation t "Come experience the difference" :Joan s fashions
he Gainesville said. and Cedar Key shows, Schedua.. of Services: Steering"used to be availableon
Sunday Morning Worship- a new car only as an option.Today,
IR3oam drivers are likely to find that"power
"Since I was not planning to be in 1 Sunday.Evening Worship assisted"steering is a standard feature.The
any more Starke snows, I was not 7:00pm main difference between the old and new V
planning" to show (the painting) any Wednesday Evening Worship- systems involves their ability to bring Summer
more, Small said. 7:30 pm sense of road feel to the driver's hand. 11J .-,,r
Earlier power steering systems often ,
-- required so little effort that the driver had ilv

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indicate trouble.Fluid levels may be low,
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replacing. symptoms should be
WE FINANCE addressed immediately. J J Savings H&an Before.Joan's

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RAY PARRISH BAND Invite Everyone to Drop By Their New Location

Playing Wed.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun.

Wednesday's Ladies NigHt SHEAR DESIGN
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Bar-B-Que & Jam Session

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t>) .. ;'f..; 4 (I' r Florida JROTC Cadets Learn
& .1 ." "',,,I, \ Military Lifestyle at Camp
: '" '"
-" .. -,' ,. by Sue Ellen Smith National Guard's JROTC camp at a.m. every morning for about an
ICT Stall WriterFifteenyearold Camp Blanding last week. hour of physical training before star-
,I ,,' .'\J1.. .. Ruth Sessions The week-long camp is designed to ting their days which included
gripped the repelling ropes and leaned introduce cadets to the military everything from drownproofingclasses
'I .' precariously over the edge of the lifestyle, said Capt. Terry Madden, to M-16 marksmanship.
,' Io repelling tower.While a small crowdof officer In charge of this year's Cadets also participated in land
people looked on from well below JROTC camp. navigation, repelling, tank orienta-
j ; ., her, she began her careful descent. "Our mission is not to make tion, and face camouflage training.
J. ,t Moments later she stood on solid soldiers out of these people but to They also attended a weapons
+ '" ground, triumphant after conquer. promote good citizenship and to demonstration which included
1 ing one of Camp Standing's most familiarize the cadets with military simulated nuclear weapons explo-
/ a formidable training obstacles. life," Madden said. sions.
Would she do it again? The camp, he said, is similar to see Camp 7BINTRODUCING
,t',r''.'. "No,"said Sessions,who is afraidof basic training. Cadets were up by 5 page
Ai f" ,',: 'II heights. "This Is the last time." .
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Sessions was just one of nearly 270
JROTC cadets from all over the
,+ t rlA I state participating in the Florida Purple Gator Western Wes: J

Area ServicemenJenkins Hwy 301 South Starke 964-4809 oj

Next to Gator II Farm Supply' .

A 1 ". pleted Pfc. training Stacey Completes R.at Jenkins the U.S.Training has Army com-Infantry ([SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE!!!) f fI

School. Fort Benning,Colum-
bus,Ga.During. I Ladies Men's
the course students
'1 k r f tlt received training which qualified Short Sleeve Ord.Short I Sleeve
them as light-weapons infantrymenand I Blouses 3 3 Onf. off
indirect-fire crewmen in a rifleor
mortar squad.Instruction : Al ion
included weapons I I Dresses 2 5%off Levi's $19.99
qualifications, tactics, patrolling,
land mine warfare, field com I
munications and combat operations.He ..
Is the son of Malachi and Ola Lay-A-Ways. s [ Open:
M.Jenkins of Lawtey.He graduatedfrom Welcome plIon.Sat.9-6
Bradford High School in 1989.




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I Cadet nun Sessions descends h repelling tower at Camp Blanding during JROTC

camp last week. All cadets-were encouraged do descend the tower. John Anderson:

Starke Festival of Stewart Duncan and congregation cordially invite everyone to attend

Arts Applications a native of Bradford County.

Now AraiArtists' bl I II
applications for the Fifth, 't 'V t 'i' 'i .' I married to Sonja Lohmann :

Annual Starke Festival of the Arts
are now available This juried, has one son and two grandchildrenlives
multi-media event Is being held Oct. I
27-28 in downtown Starke. Application (ftcuu.ut Uj/

Applications deadline Is are Sept.also 28. being ac- on and owns property on Santa Fe Lake

cepted for the Community Area por- August 13 17
tion of this year's show New to the retired from F P & L
show, the Community Area will give 6:45: p.m. 9 p.m. f -
local artists and craftspeople a Toddlers 12
chance to display quilts, carvings, years
furniture, photographs and many member of First United Methodist Church
other types of arts and crafts.! Fun
Alachua and Bradford county artists Oft,80N Games member of Lake Dwellers Association
and craftspeople are encouraged to :
apply for this multi-media event. V..B.S.Refreshments:
Community Area application ---. '!

deadline Entertainers is Sept.are 30.also being soughtfor z i' BrmgAFriend! Your vote for Anderson is for you to have a vote

the show. Dancers, musiciansand y
other performers are invited to /e Friday Night Parents Open House on the Commission.Your .
apply. More than 10,000 spectatorsare
Parents Welcome Come
expected for a weekend of art, see your
entertainment, food and fun. -t r child's craft projects and enjoy program
For information vote September 4 1990 for John
an application or on ,
about other aspects of the festival, (it. b provided. EVERYONE WELCOME!
write Starke Festival of the Arts, Anderson, County Commissioner District 4
P.O. Box 1530,Gainesville,FL 32602, ,
or call ((904)) 3721976. LIFE & PRAISE MINISTRIES will benefit you and be greatly appreciated.

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by Carolyn En.. Christopher Clink Eslevez, 24, of John Alan Holtzendorf, 24, was arrested
BCT Stiff WriterKlondcs Waldo was arrested" August 5 for Troy A George, 24, of Lithia ,was Traffic August 4 for DUI (second of- Lookingfora
burglary and petit theft, accordingto arrested August 3 for violation of Michael Dale Jones, 18 was arrested fense), according to Trooper
Guilty Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. probation grand theft from Bradford August 5 for driving while William Abrams. He was released
In Weapon ChargeJury Eslevez turned himself into the County, according to Deputy license suspended (DWLS), after a $1,000 surety bond was Yard
Starke Police Department where he William Brown. He was released on resisting arrest without violence and posted.
says 44-year-old Slarke man confessed to the burglary of his own recognisance. disorderly intoxication, according to
guilty of possession of a weapon.A Robbie's Reef. He was released on Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. He was Edward Derell Mathis, 37 was ar- Sale?
Emanuel Bradford Nick "Billy'County Klondes jury found guilty his own recognizance at his first ap- Charles Woods, 27, was arrested released on his own recognisance: rested August 3 or DUI, refusing to
pearance before Judge James for assault,two sign citation, according to
of possession of a weapon by a August 1 aggravated Check theClassifieds
Tomlinsun. Patrolman Robert
convicted felon after his attorney counts resisting arrest with Lyons.
put Klondes on the stand where he violence, depriving officer of mean George Edward Coakley, 21, of
admitted he had purchased the David Jim Browning, 24, was ar- of protection, according to Alachua was arrested August 4 for Terry Anthony Vogl, 34, was ar- .
rested 3 for disorderly intoxication rested August 2 for DWLS, accor-
weapon. Sentencing in the case has August Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Woods driving under the influence (DUI,
according to Patrolman W ding to Patrolman P.T. Gorman. He
been set for trial week August 27 was released on his own according to Deputy Gordon Smith.
I S. Allen He was released m his own was released after $215.25 surety
He released a
and ordered to was on his
I Klondes may also be tried for additional recognizance stay own
recognizance. bond was posted.
from brother. recognizance.
charges against him during away
that week
Klondes was arrested Oct. 5 by 1 ",......,,, ,-""
Florida Department of Law Enforcement I
at his home on US-301
south of Slarke after a search warrant f t YOUR MARKET MANAGER.
was used to gain entry to the MAN BEHIND THE
residence. Information of Klondes I i
selling drugs and being In possessionof WinnDixieTM 9 BEEF PEOPLE QUALITY. ,"
a substantial amount of cocaineled
to the investigation and requestfor h Wlnn-Dlxle has the reputation as The Beef
a search warrant. Klondes was I People. But did you know why? It's because Of
charged with possession of a folks like your Market Manager, the man behind
firearm, possession of cocaine, the meat case. He's a beef expert. Hes spent
possession of less than 20 grams of years training to be the best- attending clinics
marijuana and possession of narcotic at Wlnn-Dlxle's divisional' schools, learning the
paraphernalia. Also arrested )/f cutting system that Insures you get beef that I.Ii Is ....
at the same time was Lacy Girard, I : I closer trimmed of excess bone and fat before
30,charged with possession of crack, It's weighed and sold, and helping you get more
possession of marijuana and possession __ for your money. So the next time you're inknow
of narcotic paraphernalia. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DiXIE LOCATION: u. s.CHOICE Wlnn-Dlxle. take some time to get to your
Girard pled no contest July 30 to STARKE Market Mansger. Vbu'll see why he's one of The
possession of cocaine and was placed > 00 WEST MADISON' STREET Beef People.
on two years probation by Judge '
James! Tomlinson with adjudication W-D BRAND
withheld. He was fined $100 and
ordered to pay costs.
Klondes was remaned into the ;,
custody of the county jail after his'' .
conviction where he awaits trial "
and/or sentencing. -
In 1985 Klondes pled guilty to
delivery and possession of cocaine in LONDON.$193
Bradford County and was sentencedto
18 months in prison. He also has a
prior conviction in Duval County
where he sold 25 pounds of marijuana = s .
to an undercover police officer

Starke Man Charged BROIL BONELESS

In July 28 AccidentA LB.

69-year-old Starke man was
charged with driving under influence
after he caused a three vehicle
accident July 28 on SR-100.
Chevrolet pickup, was westbound on BONELESS BONELESS BONELESS
SR-100, when he turned left in frontof TOP ROUND ROAST LB. 198 TOP ROUND STEAK La. $228 CUBED STEAKS . LB. $298The

Pine approaching Tree Inn Bar traffic parking to enter lot, the according '. ,- .. '. , ,-, ., -, .'... '. .- '.
to Trooper J. H.Horler.Two
eastbound vehicles braked to avoid a '

and collision Driver the pickup but of collided the, said second with Horler.each vehicle other, : I, Pit. :,Cp. k d. ti3a'r .te 'iQ' .f "'r. ke: ''Uome' ,DI rn r :P a i'.: :,

Michael William Tierney, Jr., was
taken by Rescue to Bradford
Hospital and later transferred to a fatBdl BattteeLLe? ALL DINNERS INCLUDE --
: ,
Jacksonville hospital, according to BARBECUE;"'! .ti it: '
Paramedic Bill O'Neal and EMT LOAF OF FRENCH or .iI, i I

Dana multiple Whittaker.fracture of Tierney ribs and suffered multiple I Sfou ITALIAN BREAD $ 9 9
also trauma, said O'Neal. Dick was 4.4/, Uj, .CHOICEOF20F RIB DINNER
transported to Bradford for a
multiple fracture ribs said
O'Neal After his release he was 1eae t1Jfd Q LB. OF POTATO SALAD PORK"DINNER
charged with DUI and improper left L 0 LB. OF SLAW .
turn front of
in approaching traffic, .J
No injuries were listed to the Jeitde* &
; driver of the third vehicle, HowardT. Fart a D LB. OF GREEN BEANS CHICKEN DINNER ) FAMILY OF

Alvstao in the 9 p.m. accident. 0 LB. OF TURNIP GREENS 2 WHOLE CHICKENS 4 OR MORE!
Damage to the vehicles was listed EA
as $9,000 total. ,I Ftau n. G LB OF FIELD PEAS

Starke Man Charged =

With Battery Ii

Johnel McCray was arrested Aug. ;7
:. 6 for aggravated battery and bat- I EVERYDAY '4 EVERYDAY
Allen.tery, according to Patrolman W. S. F A WW PRICE b.I p11If PRICE

According to the victim, McCray cN
would not leave her home he pickedup I GOLDEN I B I NORTHEt
a butcher knife and threatened to 'j II
cut her if she did not give him his co I CHIPS .5 a -
caine.The victim said he did cut her i FLAKE I
on her hand, she broke free from
him and went to the police station to PERDUE DELI s s
report the incident, said Allen. Mc TURKEYBREAST CHIPSCREAMPN10M I '
Cray was picked up near the '
railroad tracks and charged in the
incident said Allen. t' .oe on
'" TIDE '
-, Duval Man Charged WIBLEACII

With Possession { HALF /
LB. $'79
The driver of a vehicle stopped t .
August 4 for speeding on US-301 r

south of of marijuana.Starke was found in possession i L'' L-

David Richard Williams 39, of ANGEL FOOD ; : : .
Jacksonville was arrested and f ,
charged with possession of felony ; CAKES
amount of marijuana ((45 grams) IVIMVDAT< raw pmci IVIMYDAV IOW FRICI,'
and possession of drug paraphernalia ALL VARIETIES
: according to Lt. Winston a J COCA CHEK
Barber. An odor of marijuana from WESSONOIL
the vehicle was detected by the officer gj E' COLA DINKS

travelling when the at car 70mph.was stopped A search for c '" A

( :...'; car.Bond revealed was released was four set bags at of$1,000 on pot his inside Williams own the --.. FRESH BAKED GARLIC or 2NL' 9 9 -- -- 2 TTL. 6 8 Y ISos.LLSNDT BTL.. $1 9 9Ii .- .

,, reco nuance.

$164 It$179 $99
Near Recovered Grove ParkA I COFFEE . . Si PEANUT BUTTER.-- PRESERVES. . 32.JAI. ,

Hyundai missing from Papa : ALLVAlUn.. MARKETPLACE
-. Sam's in the early morning hours BAKERY FRESH $-99 CRACKIN GOOD PORTFOLIO WITH '
Sunday was recovered in Grove PHARMACY 6 98
MUFFINS . n. _,
,,,. park and returned to the owner. Ptt. .
'I' The victim who was visiting from' SWIFT SANDWICH MPPMONt IL"\ I ,WI WILL NOT -
y u', JaksonvWe said she left the vehicle HAM SALAMI .. KNOWINOLY THEME
,. I in the parking lot only to return later I GENOA $ 8. UNDERSOLD BOOK 4 5 c. .
to find It missing according to Lt. SALAMI T 249 C ANALGESIC ft
David Aderholt. Apparently Greg 9 9 3-4IZ.
i :, Presley,20. of Gainesville borrowed MADE WITH WO* 12-oz. SIZE ANGLER
the car and failed to return It to the' .COMSO..-SAIMAOC.- HAMSUfWCRIK. BOX FOR NAUSEA. BROOM . . EA $574 -
owner. Presley is being sought for CHEESE SHOP $00 PflC-PfVCIO tl M EMETROL 4-ca. $509 ALMOND
/ the crime. 2 ' .SIZE iE8bATUWI
NP-27 $ ftRWinnDixie

In Bradford County

11I,, .by Carolyn loves ;...

,,P 1(' KT The Staff following Writer arrests were mack : Helps: YOU Get The 'I.

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News Briefs.

"+ '- "' Ittsrlptllb dl II,9W. ion ia Circuit Court August i411ha ..... 0( violence; was placed on five years
Enforcement.A their case received final disposition.' i ifon w ld, he "1 Union County7pied' no conte.h'- probation ordered to make $300
by C.rolyn EavesBCT total of 374 calls were receivedby was placed on one year probation. gravated assault, criminal restitution to one victim and $1,000
Staff Writer the dispatchers at the county jail. Beville Thomas Outlaw pled no mischief; he was placed on five restitution to a second victim. Norman
119 Arrests 199 calls were listed as miscellenous, contest to grand theft (three Steve DeSue pled no contest ag- years probation, ordered to make also pled no contest to burglaryof
no felony investigations, 13 missing counts);he was placed on community gravated battery; was adjudicated $200 restitution to the victim. an unoccupied structure and was
ProcessedIn person, 14 fires (structure/woods), control for two years on each placed on two years com placed on a concurrent probation.
July no accident calls and three assists at charge to run concurrent.No restitu- guilt control. Gordon Wayne Baker pled no con-
accidents and 39 calls were tion was ordered. Outlaw was ar- test aggravated battery; was placedon Traffic Court FinalsThe
During the month of July 119 arrests burglaries. Three stolen vehicles rested May 21 for stealing copper Nehemiah Neal pled no contest five years probation.
were processed through the were recovered. wire and aluminum from Southeast trespass (a lesser included offense) following defendants ap-
Bradford County Jail, according to Sheriff's deputies wrote 15 traffic Power Corp.Lynford and battery; adjudication was Emanuel Brown pled no contest peared before Judge George H.
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. citations,served 453 civil papers and withheld and he was placed on one aggravated battery; placed on two Pierce In Bradford County Traffic
The arrests included 59 felony, 41 provided escort for six funeral processions C. Terry pled no contestto year probation with special condi- years community control. Court July 31 where their cases
misdemeanor, 11 driving under influence in November. sale of cocaine; he was placed on tion, serve 20 days In county jail received final disposition.Coy .
and 8 driving while license five years probation. (with credit for time served, 20 John Wayne Kontz pled no contest
suspended. Circuit Court days). Neal, 18, was arrested Jan. 2 dealing In stolen property; was plac- Alvarez charged with expiredtag ,
Starke police officers made 33 arrests Finals Aug. 6 Timmy David Warren pled no con- at Alligator Stop Camp where he ed on two years probation. on mobile home; case dismissedby
deputies made 78 ,arrests, test carrying a concealed weapon (a broke into a tool shed, took a chain- state.
seven arrests were made by FloridaUI.I..r The following defendants ap- lesser included offense); he was saw and started an argument with James Allen Norman, 29, pled no Michael Renard Davis chargedwith
Patrol troouers and one ar- peared before Judge James Tomlln- placed on one year probation. another inmate. resisting arrest. with improper tag; presented valid

... tag, case dismissed.
John Coley charged with expiredtag
on mobile home; presented valid
tag, dismissed.
Clara Griffin pled guilty violationof
:': seat belt law front seat occupant;
fined $22, Tri County Probation 90

". QUANTITY RMHTS days.Clinton R. Hutchison charged with
v .J*.'. RESERVEDPRICES expired tag on mobile home;
-----,-- presented valid tag, dismissed.

'. GOOD Phillip Scott Lazenby chargedwith
expired tag on mobile home;
" valid dismissed.
.. presented tag
," 4 9-15, 1990 Debra Luke charged with expiredtag
mobile home presented valid
on ;
'. tag,dismissed.
'.. Timothy C. Nicholson pled guilty
> while license suspended
(DWLS); fined $120.25.
.., 3-LBS. or MORE MARKET FRYER SMOKED PORK Nicholson pled guilty unlawful
speed; fined $128, defensive driving

GROUND I THIGHS or SHOULDER school.Albert O. Smith pled guilty no
.'I' valid drivers license (NVDL); fined
.. $120.25 or present valid license and
pay $52 court costs.
'I" TURKEY DRUMSTICKS PICNICS Smith pled guilty failure to obey
.' up your traffic control device; present
copy of our license for dismissal.
Daniel W. Thompson pled guilty
AUGUSTCoupon NVDL; presented valid license, $52
and costs.
: Food Gazette for Thompson pled guilty impropertag
; dismissed.
OVER Carlos Mendez Jones pled no con-
test NVDL; 30 days probation, write
$30In 500 work essay on why he shouldn't
H. have been driving.Maryloulse .
Coupons and K. Klockenbrink

mall-In robatea.M charged with NVDL; dismissed.
Jeremy Sean Boyer pled no con-
; test driving under the influence
LB. LB. (DUI); fined $437.50, 50 hours com-
LB. munity work, attend DUI school,
license suspended six months, Tri
II I County Probation one year.

SAUSAGE . .ta $3 01 TURKEY BREAST .La 138 HAMS La $268 DWLS; $120.25 fine, Tri County Pro-
'. bation 60 days.
Hugo Rynose Perez pled no con
'. test DUI; fined $437.50, 50 hours

\ W-O ANI-REGULAR! W-D COOKED fiLL YOUR FREEZERBOLOGNA community school, license work suspended, attend six mon DUI

ths,Tri County Probation one year.
_HAM SOUTHERN PRIDE MARKET STYLE $f00 Perez pled no contest NVDL;

.. % .'.:!% ..... ". mo BEEF.PATTIES.. .., S-li.lOX $399 SLICED YCONIt' 'rK,1.. ......',... 'dismissed. by state.Misdemeanor. I I
h ] TWELvt! 4Htf.FATTIES. 21'11'f"'I!: .... Court
12-OZ. .ggc 3g. W-D BRAND S-li. $2' 99 BACON ENDS $2" 00 Vernon Keith Davis pled no con-

PKO. LB. BEEF PATTIES . ,.... 7-PIECES . :I taa test possession marijuana; six mon-
U.II.D.A. INSPECTED! FIFTY 4-ox. FATTIES' ths court probation fined $163.75,
LOUIS RICH TURKEY NECKS ALL BEEF $ 00 abstain from use of alcohol and
O I, 12' aFARNER'SCHOICII 25 drugs.
ENDLESS LINK $6 99 TURKEY FIANKSiI:ta $219 or WINGS . Wf O BEEF PAniiS sox John Dewayne Fuquay pled no
SMOKED SAUSAGE ilc contest battery; fined $242.50,
PORK SNOW CRAB 00 ordered to make restitution to vic-
Iota$800 t.ta $18 tim for doctor bills.
TGURROKUENyD 2 au $159 TURKEY HAM. La $1 RIBLETS . .xc CLUSTERS . rxl: Emma Hernandez charged with
. ,. JOHNSONVILLE INDIVIDUALLY FROZEN issuing worthless check; restitutionhas

TURKEY 2 $159 BEER $328 SPARERIBS I $1600 FILLETS.a l $999 test Levi battery! Junior Trl Simmons County pled Probationsix no con-
I a ;
SAUSAGE . Pisa BRATWURST . La months, $242.50 costs.
.. Simmons pled no contest criminal
HARVEST mischief; Tri County Probation con-

EVERYDAY sLOW i Jimmy Lee Brokins pled guilty
E PRICE i =..= EVERYDAY FRESH petit theft (Food Lion); fined
W LAW PRICE ,' $163.75, Tri County Probation six
i months, violate no laws.
PRODUCE Brokins pled guilty resisting ar-
rest without violence; costs waived,
I I r Tri County Probation.
Mark D. Williams charged with
Nature makes the produce.
L battery; dismissed by state.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. :


William Frazier pled no contest
.. petit theft; fined $120.25, Trl County
iiT1 GRAPES Probation 60 days.
: -n-- Andrew Smith pled no con-
TIIBIF1T alp Robert
I i test possession marijuana; fined
J,' $190, Tri County Probation six mon-
; gge ths, violate no laws.
> :::Er- Smith pled no contest possessionof
t'. LB. state.drug paraphernalia; dismissed by

Smith pled no contest mam--
vehicle to possess marijuana
__ taininag
HARVEST FRESH ; $52 court costs, violate no

Dewey J.Williams pled no contest
ALL VARIETIES petit theft: six months Tri County
.. ; SUPERBRAND Is.L$25404 DANO'S r't Probation fined $137.50, violate no
CHEESE . . Fxa PIZZAS 3 $500. < "' 88C laws of Florida, write letter of
GREENCuJUG toE j to grandfather.
"' -ICIO s .os apology
M.1.I I SWEET MILK, BUTTERMILK or ALL VARIETIES! LB Williams pled no contest trespass
TENDER LAYER PRESTIGE after warning; costs waived.
PILLSBURYBISCUITS $-| ICE CREAM . HALI$288 David Cary Smith charged with illegal
36 ::: possession alcohol beverage:

.' 'u. SHEDD'S COUNTRYFxa ASTOR FROZEN $120 FRESH FLORIDA dismissed.Jimmy Hancock pled no contest

C ocs S-J69 ORANGE JUICE 12 CA-M.Communitv criminal mischief,trespass; 30 days
SPREAD . in jail (credit for time served),
PREMIUM SUPERBRAND $348 JELLO PUDDING IlCt $'99 make restitution.


Vehicle Inspections
Stale 41/so-CT. jwso-cr.

of SlarkeTHESE The Florida Highway Patrol will
'- SERVICES AVAILABLE: WHITE mm SCALLOPS CELERY be conducting driver license and

I. Checking credAeCard' SWEET C vehicle the week inspection of Aug.checkpoints 10 through Aug.dur-
Account Application $ $ 9 9 ing
Savings "9
Loan Certificate Application of Deposit I Night MoneyOros Depository*! FISH ERMAN 5 5 POTATOES 11 SR-16 16 on SR-21, CR-18, SR-100, CR-16, SR-230, CR-21B, SR-18,,

Markel Accounts Notary PublIc LB. CR-225, CR-125 CR-229 CR-231,
Money FRESH SEAFOOD (> La. HARVEST $159 CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
HOURS. in Bradford County.
;" 9m.4p.m.THUB& ; FRESH CARROTS I
FBI. 9s.m6p.rn.SATunoAY : : DELTA PRIDEe- $399 FRESH OCEAN $299 .FRESHSto

'.,m-2 p-rn. CATFISH FILLETS. Lx PERCH FILLETS IArr Union CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
.. be conducting driver license and
..... .. vehicle Inspection checkpoints during

.'. Food lilt 16 in the SR-100 week,of SR-121 Aug. 10 SR-231 through, SR-241 Aug.,

-...'!..... .. "-......'. !Lowest! !Total I : Everyday SR-238 796A CR-125:In,Union CR-231A CR-18 County., CR-237 CR-24A, and CR-229 CR-,

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I 80 TELEGRAPH., TIMES"MONITOR: August 9. 1990

Martinez Running Mate, DeFoor, Says Crime, Environment Smith SelectedTo

Education Floridians Main Concerns for '90 ElectionA Attend

reformed law enforcement said DeFoor. Leadership Seminar FLORIDA.
county judge and now sheriff Is howJ. Most Floridians,DeFoor said, are DeFoor. raised in Tampa has a law degree Danielle T. Smith was recently
Allison DeFoor, II of Monroe interested in a very small spectrumof Hands On... from Stetson Law School. He was selected to attend a managementand TWIN THEATRE
County, the elected sheriff of Monroe County in
running mate of Gov. things about which they are con- leadership training seminar.
Bob Martinez, described himself to cerned: As mayor(Gov. Bob Martinez was 1989; was a member of the law firm This course,conducted by Operation Starke 964-5451
some 100 persons Aug.3 at a Dutch Crime and drugs, listed first by mayor of Tampa before becoming Cunningham, Albritton Lenzi, Enterprise of the American
treat dinner at the Western Steer Sheriff DeFoor. Gov. Bob Martinez governor) and sheriff "we have a Warner, Bragg and Miller, P.A., Management Association (AMA), 1.
Steak House in Starke. has doubled the size of the state's fundamentally different way of look- 1987-88; Monroe County judge, 16th was held at Mitchell Point in ;UO:
Reformed means a tough stand on prison system. If not, said DeFood, ing at things, DeFoor said. DeFoor Judicial Circuit (The Florida Keys), Hamilton New York. ..i. ..PECWl
law enforcement, said Sheriff 30,000 people now In jail would be pointed out he went out and bought 1983-87, carrying full criminal court Smith lives In Starke and attends That eh
DeFoor. Monroe County, population walking FluilduEnvironment 1I1.'e"w. drugs from a dealer as both a judge load; director of Narcotics Task Bradford High School. She is the
77,003 in 1988 is on the SW tip of : DeFoor said he enjoys and sheriff. Hands on experience Infighting Force for State Attorney, 16th Cir daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Florida and includes the Florida the outdoors and deplores the crime and drug trafficking cuit, Key West, 1981-83; assistant Smith OPEN EVERY NIGHT-
Keys, including Key West and destruction of sensitive environmental Is very different from sitting in an state attorney 1980-83, and assistant Operation Enterprise, founded in HELD OVER
Marathon.The areas. Gov. Martinez proposes a office and telling somebody else public defender, 16th Circuit, 1963, selects participants on the
what to do. It's first hand informa- 1979-80! ; public defender 16th Circuit -SCREEN 1-
average Floridian is not In- $3 billion project over nine years for basis of leadership activities, an
terested In the election now, said the state to buy endangered lands, tion rather than receiving word Key West, 1979-80. essay, academic achievement and
Sheriff DeFoor, and won't be until an ambitious effort, DeFoor said. when he's sitting behind a desk, DeFoor is married to Terry whiteof personal recommendations. BRUCE> WILLIS
around Labor Day. Gov. Martinez Education: A good system is in DeFoor, pointed out. Rochester, NY. They have two Reader's Digest Foundation was
expects little opposition In the Sept.4 place. But reform efforts are neededat daughters: Melissa Anne, 8, and the sponsoring organization for
primary and Is saving his $7 million the classroom level. All the Leading the Monroe County fight Mary Katherine,s,and one son,two- Smith.Many civic-minded organiza- =
for the General Election when the money put Into education hasn't against drugs and drug dealers month-old James Allison, III. tions, corporations, foundations and ..
Democrats will be broke, tired,hurt reached his wife's elementary seems about the same to DeFoor,he Individuals provide scholarships to
from party in-fighting, and liberal, classroom that he's noticed, said said, as two pistols at dawn. Coming... Operation Enterprise. 002
An article In'the Miami Herald by During this ten-day session,Smith
Innovative Lawman... T- Patty Shillington when DeFoor was had an opportunity to interact with
31 ears old, states, in part: top executves and leaders in the -SCREEN 2-
. Items of Interest Newspaper articles attached to ''When describing J.Allison fields of management, human rela-
DeFoor s resume term the young DeFoor II, buddies and colleagues tions and career planning. Other JOHN RITTER In
by Carolyn Eaves ., public defender, state attorney, inVaribly choose the same three ad- topics discussed were leadership,
county judge and sheriff as an innovative -
jectives: driven, ambitious and marketing and environmental con- '
BCT Staff WriterCrosoy's
law enforcement officer
cents. The Includes round
Set All young adults from 12 to 21 are who DeFoor earned, 36 national, a seventh honor.generation "Driven and ambitious because atlee table'hands-on'discussions exercises, team and projects, CIlJ IlJf)) 1m]
48th Reunion invited to attend this free program. Floridian born Coral Cables and DeFoor 108 recreational
Drop by the Public Library Monday, page activities.
Descendcents of Philip Abrahamand August 13, for an entertaining even- 301 DRIVE-IN
Clarissa Bragg Crosby will ing of red-hot tunes in the sultry 1NOTI0E Starke 9647484Fri.
gather this Sunday, August 12, for a summer twili ht. JMIMIMII IrlrI
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reunion, as they have every summer For more information, call the / lmm ClassifiedsGet Sat. Sun.,
since 1943, making this the 48th an- Library at 964-6400. | GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION & GENERAL REPAIR ;
nual reunion.
Location for the event this year Focus On Careers: Now Has 2 Locations To Serve You! 1'tJk..
will be the Bradford County Single ParentsOr 1 TO THEFUTURE
fairgrounds, U.S. 301 north, Starke, Keystone Heights Starke I '
about half mile from the Day's Inn. HomemakersFocus I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Corner of 301 & Hwy. 16 -
A brief business meeting and the on Careers at Santa Fe i 473-9543 964-6810 ._ Results!! '
j election of officers, will begin at Community College can assist you in : I I'I'I
11:30: a.m. with lunch scheduled at the decisions necessary to pursue a i Free Towing Free I'L

12:15.: new career path. With Major Repair A/C Check 1I L
Many will arrive Saturday During the two week seminar __
August 11, from throughout Florida from August 27 September 10, the
and other states and will be stayingat following services will be provided: ; GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION I
the Day's Inn in Starke.All vocational assessment information biT
family members are invited to about high wage training programsand I
bring their family, friends and lots employment trends. In addition, i AND GENERAL REPAIR i ,
of food to eat and share. Plates, goal setting and personal growth
napkins, cups, ice forks and other skills will be addressed. The I i
accompaniments will be provided. seminar meets daily from 9 a.m. un- 8 Point Transmission Check
There will be some door prizes. til 2 p.m. Monday through Friday i iX
Change Fluid, Replace' or Clean Filter Adjust Bands. Check 1
Put your diet on the back burner and is FREE for adult residents of Vacuum,Check U Joints, Check CV Joints, Check&Adjust -
and plenty of food on the front! Alachua and Bradford Counties. ... Linkage, Road Test Performance I
For assistance or directions hous- Contact Andrea Ashley at 3955393for
ing or other details, call Albert Lee further information. i
(AD) Crosby (904-964-5074)) or the
Day's Inn, 964-7600 ((1-800-325-2525). New Books vAt (Only Valid With Coupon) FREE 13 Point Multi CheckCOUPON $1 995 i

Public LibraryThe Visa & Mastercard _
Blazing PerformanceSet "_ _, (: i_IrIrIrI111 rc
Bradford County Public
For LibraryWhat Library has recently added over 70 Vt "

happens when you mix a hot new bestsellers and popular books to
t new music group with an intense the shelves. BradfordChiropractic
crowd of teens A sizzling new New books ready for check-out include ,
young adult program at the Brad Burden of Proof by Scott
ford County Public Library. Turow Blossom by Andrew Vachss CenterStarke .
August 13, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. the Sullivan's Sting by Lawrence ",
Library will present the last pro Sanders, Three Blind Mice by Ed Office A l't
in it's Wanted Adultsat McBain, Wealth Without Risk by 1
: Young
gram !rj'
218 S. Walnut St. w t'
the Library series. Featured at Charles Givens, Twins by Roxanne a ;
this musical synchronization will be Pulitzer, Starbust by Robert Parker, Next to the Chamber of Commerce
the blazing new group Tempest. Mountain Laurel by Jude Devereauz 964-4957
Tempest is a talented local band and many others.
consisting of: Scott Godwin on Library hours are Monday 9 a.m. ORIAN WELLS CHEVY-OLDS
drums Billy Johnson on lead and 10 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and PAIN CONTROL
rhythm Carl Richie as Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday 9
vocalist and John Richie on bass a.m. to 7 p,m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. Headaches Invites you to stop by and say Hello to
guitar. Tempest has appeared at to 2 p.m. For further informationstop Neck & Arm rattINTURIES : and
Tammy Douglas
several local functions. by or call the library. Mid Back

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Jerry Auto Accidents Douglas is at Deerfoot Village Shopping Center

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; I The camp U staffed mainly by basic training.
Florida National Guard recruiters "I'm going to miss everything
I from all over the state,all hoping the about JROTC and the camp,' Bag-
camp would encourage cadets to gstrom said. "These were some of
enlist In some branch of the the best times I ever had."
: military. Madden said he thought Seventeen-year-old Ashley
most of the cadets participating In Burkhalter,one of 10 Bradford High
$ .7 : : the camp were considering some School JROTC cadets to participatein
type' of military career. the camp this year,said this was
'We hope that by their attendance the second time he had gone to the
here they will lean towards the Na- camp. He plans to go again next
tional Guard,"he said. year.
Pfc. Raymond Baggstrom, a recent "It's great," Burkhalter said. "I
I Florida National Guard recruit love It. It's just hard to get enough
-. and part of the support personnel for sleep."
last week's camp,typified what the Seventeen-year-old Sharea San-
National Guard wanted to see from ford, also a member of the BHS
the annual JROTC camp, Madden JROTC, said she also enjoyed the
; I said. camp.
Baggstrom has graduated high "It was a great experience, and
school and is now in National Guard I'd do it again,"Sanford said.
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JROTC cadets about the MOO tank."I like seeing the kids'eyes roll around when I tell them what the tank can do," r
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responsible ., five famllys. eight miles west EruJit1ji1r
any debts Incurred by Linda Gnlfis. 1980 GUERDON : from Lake Butler. Microwave ASSUMABLE. NEiNQ Loan 3 Bedrooms.
effectively Immediately. 1 2 BR/t BA. ,TV,cabinets,clothes.Some 2 Baths Nice Starke Sub., 2+ acres. 1
ACCEPTING sealed bids on 1965 Chevy power pole Look for signs. Owner transfered. MUST SELL Call
truck. It can be seen at Industrial $5900. OBO. 864-4108 No ;
agents please.
Complex ot Raiford CR 229, Raiford 4SAVE ft 12.9am til ?In Lawtey on 225 16 tC:9
FL, 431-1898. Bids will be opened at UP TO $ Kitchenwares clothes, games BY OWNER:3 BR, 1 BA Livlngroom din- PHONE 964-7776 [[ ]
12 noon, August 30 1990. Please line other items. Watch for signs. Ingroom, familyroom with fireplace ..
write BID outside of .
1 Circle B at-ln kitchen on 2 acres, fenced with ; 205 N. Temple Star> Your Volume 8am 30X30
SALE Saturday -4pm shop. Off 219 on Hall Road -
USED HOMES! : antiques, motorcycle, near Melrose. 72500. 475-1586. ,
Call clothing dishes, dryer bi- Cecelia Terwillegar
Lake City lots more... 557 N. Walnut SL PERSONAL SERVICES SPECIAL OF THE WEEK
1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior CREDIT CHECK 7
good tires,302 Cl, four captain chairs, ON MOBILE : CHILDRENS & adults clothing B.outllul 3 bedroom 1 both hem In the city limit. with big fenced in yard.
sofa. AC/AT. PS PB PL Good con WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S YOUR BUSI- Priced to tell. First come,
Kent $1.00 old. Fantastic neighborhood
50 cents. Drapes, I
over Approximately
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dition. $4750 OBO 782-3660. TFN TO STOP? THAT'SOURSI
2 Lake City, Lots of other Items Fri. &Sat Alcoholics Anonymous. 964- First tervo

'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: 4PALM 11, 9 am til ? 1006 N. Thompson 3619 964-4150 964-8614. 17 HOMES ...

Loaded with many extras. $5600 MOBILE : ? NEED YOUR HOME OR OFFICE BEAUTIFUL RICKt 3 BR home In Country Club area. CH/A outside wooden .
CH/A. W/D. Three family. N.E. 10th SL
Please call 964-5647 after 6pm. ; CLEANED? Call Theresa's Cleaning This house must .Immediately.
well lawn.
2 porch carport, Ave., Bessent Rd. across from Service 473-7539 after 6pm. Residential deck with 1 ac. and'very kept
overroof. City hospital. 10:00: 4:00: Saturday Please call today for more details. '
1970 VW KARMAN GHIA: Custom paint fenced lot in It Rain. 7 and Commercial. 17 '3 AC. W/3 ER. 2 BA CN/A HOME- In Country Club area.2444 sq. II..
and Interior. Boom stereo system. DIVORCES$95-$150; WILLS,$35-$50; X
883-8233 or west of Starke on State Road DEEDS $20. MANY MORE POSI- Assumable mortgage.
$3800. Formoreinformation.calUss- 1974 Mobile Prison. HOME INTERIOR TIONS AVAILABLE. Call Bradford HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOMEi w/beautlful view of lake Sampson.
1442. Good many other mise. items.9 am to 1 Secretarial Services Inc., 964-2700. Locat.d at Brlmwood Point 3BR/2BA central heat pump carpeted. Insulated .
1980 TOYOTA Celica Very good condi units ready Saturday August 11th. tfn 17SPECIALIZING windows, skylights, mahogany ext doors sunken tub ceiling fans, 2205 SF .'
don Call 964-3421 2 6284 4 1537 SF wraparound porch. Must see to appreciate. Owner
In roof leaks, repairs and living room
88 RANGER XLT 4 5 '
; cyl speed over- MOBILE HOME Yard Sale; Fri & Sat. 8 am 4 reroofing. 964-3511 17 financing to qualified buyer. Reduced to sell. .
drive tinted win
dows low miles cassette$6500. 964-2546 septic and Morgan Road across from Mor- EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and ONE OF A KIND 7 acres plus w/handy man special-low down payment.
eves. 2 Financing Road Baptist Church. Clothes(all care for your infant in my home. Excellent Owner finance for qualified buyer. Call today!
1974 FORD COURIER TRUCK 964-6432 1991 Fleetwood ), toys, home Interior ceramics, references. 964-3521 COUNTRY CLUB AREAi3BR/2. BA, brick home, fireplace pool, hot tub immaculate .
; only 12729. items,furniture,linens and much
condition. Must.&I.Coll today.COUNTRY .
after 5pm. 2 WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well
Payments only 7
1976 FORD MUSTANG 964.8432 after N., Starke. FAMILY yard repair all makes and models. Lifelong CLUB CEDAR HOMSi Gorgeous landscaping. 3BR/38A. Must see tobeliev.l
sale.Aug 11,8.m sell-Call
Reduced to today
5pm 2'ATTENTION Brandnew resident with many years experi !
1991 791 Pratt St 7
GOVERNMENT SEIZED CONCRETE BLOCK HOME the country. Hardwood floors, with 5
Call Collier 3
ence. at
carpet shingle Fri & Sat., 2 1/2 mi. N. of
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes pliances, of Hwy 301 7 BABYSITTING in my home: 2 hot meals acres of land.Home Is priced to sell. Great Buyl I
Corvettes Chevys Surplus -2 STORY CEDAR I STONE home on 4 1/2 acres. Only 4 yrs. old. 2 BR whugeloft
they last. Call SUN 10 am til ? lots of baby w/snacks. Weekdays 6 am to 6 pm.
Buyers Guide. ((1) 602-8885 Ext. A- All appl. Jenn-AIre,' bathrooms ceramic tile, kitchen quarry
4 & miso. items. 718 Laura St Have trampoline, swing set & fenced- upstairs.
17283 2 For SaleNew 1 in-yard. 964-6341 ask for Debby. tile.Sep. mud room I-lg. porch In front a screened-ln back sun room waddt'I.carport. .
1980 Factory Conversion Van new factory with Air condi Big Yard Sale Lots of misc., 17WILLdo Must Sell! .
motor 3700 miles, see at 512 & dryer sliding toys, ceramio molds private nursing in your home.Call FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD Beautiful block horn on 1 Ac. In city limits. 3
South St. 964-3728 '
2 roof, wood atari etc.take 16 West 5 1/ 964-6443. State of Fl Uc. 0386- BR/2 BA. Assumable mortgage. REDUCED to$79,000
82 Camaro PS/PB Air, 6 cyl good con- stove & ref, to NW 57th Ave. (Crawford Rd.) 263941029. 17 oA WONDERFUL 3 BR HOME the country with 4 acres. Beautifully maintained.
dition. 964-3412 anytime! 2COMMERCIAL per mo. Call signs. 7 TAKE A BREAK!! I will clean your house. CH/A. Must see to believe! Call today for an appointment
4 FAMILY Yard Sale. 910 Reasonable Rates. 964-4191 -IN CITY LIMITS nice 4 BR/2'/t BA. Completely furnished! Must sellCall to
PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE 1991 Fleetwocd. Drive Fri. A Sat., Aug. 10 17 day.
fireplace only $ 8.30 4.00, from Bradford Hos HOOFTRIMMING Certified. 473-4347 OLD CONCRETE BLOCK HOME City Limits on .75 Ac. Fixer upper.reduced.
left-Hurry Call take Colley Rd. to Southgate I WILL LOVE AND CARE FOR YOUR .IN TOWN 2 BR/2 BA central heat and air. Outside deck with Hardwood floor
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR SALE: 4 7 CHILD days from early to late. Rea- great Investment property or rental property.
Immaculate condition for professional 1991,4 BR YYardSaJe.furniture,clothes sonable. 964-2337 17 MOBILE HOMES -
offices retail stores, beauty shop & den perfect lots of misc. 16 W. to NW 57th
restaurant florist 1680. sq. ft CH/A only $249. per (Crawford Rd.) 7 BUSINESS MOBILE HOME ON 2 AC.i w/20'x30'pole barn nice neighborhood Call.
Excellent location parking. Selling 752-1452 SALE: Fri. & Sat.Aug. 1011. OPPORTUNITIESWATKINS ATTRACTIVE 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDEt On 1 Ac. Underground pool dbl car-
below appraisal. BY OWNER 964- bed vac cleaner,dinette table port garage, huge glassed-in sunroom large utility room. Remodeled to look
8738.3 LOST & baby bed, hi-chair swing PRODUCT Dealers Wanted; like a house must see It to believe Itl!
walker tires, bed spreads You need to make extra money, we MOBILE HOME ON 2.' AC. w/above ground pool. Well kept! Assm. Mtg.
LAND FOR SALE towels dungarees, pots & have a business opportunity for you. LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
FOUND; Pekinese dishes silverware toasters & a For Information call collect 904-782-
MIDDLEBURG: 1-5 Acres from $7500. Ford Fairmont 7 ml. South of 3068.20 WATER FRONT PROFERTYStucco home, very neat, 3BR/1 BA. CH/A. An. mtg.
$195/Down; $95/Mo. Owner. 282- on Rd 100 on left 7 NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon -3 LEVEL 4 BR, ( BA HOME ON THE LAKE CH/A approx 3000 sq. ft. Beautiful
0066. Call 473-0530 after 8 p.m. representative for information call asphalt drive w/2 acres of land. Call Today
9 FOR SALE Ramona at 782-3068. 20 -7 PLUS ACRES ON LAKE GENEVAt Great developing property. Reduced
WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. BE A PARALEGAL; Accredited 1976 modern. Circular
2,3,4 & 5 on Breamwood Point. HAPPY JACK :
: 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA. den with Attorney Instructed Home Study Fin. drive with all tile and carpet flooring CH/A 3 BR, 2'/ BA.
prox.9.3 Ac.870 ft on walertronUAiw patented( riflyjce" : Aid Free Catalog. SCI -1-800-669-1 .. T .
or all lots. ((305)) 883-82881r1B64- ,. S home W t :: ? / screened frontporch large 2555 20 LOTS ACREAGE .,;:t '(I... .
6727. 9 -. : !"> arpel.i target,loti 964-6499. 'wESLEY LAND CLEARING-Flshingl! "" rtRt hna "fia' 99tto eniq! bl
1 3 Acre Lots for sale. Financing Avail. ft. GOLDKIST. 16 '' ponds,'road building land clearing:' .1 ACRE with tank and well. OwnerfinjcalLterfay-: .nptnt.nn..ra.y
No Down, 964-7724 9 PONY for sale: : Clean large 4 DR. 1 1/2 BA 431-10900r498-2281. 17 TWO LOTS: Ready to build on. Beautiful location. Lak.wood Estates A very
also very block home. CH. A/C car prestigious neighborhood. Coll today for more Information.
$175., C
'WANTED, ;, horse $500., In Starke 39900. OBO For ; :BOATS:' .2 LOTS IN COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES, Each lot 140'xUO'. Ready to develop 'Invest
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FREE to good call after 5 pm 1-726-7651. today for tomorrow's future.
WILL BUY USED OR NONWORKINGVCRs ard-1/2 golden 16 FT Aluminum boat motor and trailer- GREAT INVESTMENT 10 vacant lots In city limits ready to develop. Call to
or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- and a 1 yr.old 14 ft aluminum boat motor and trailer day. Reduced to sell!
1273. ask for Morns 11 6" 9645901. 8 -20 ACRES Fantastic Investment w/2 4" wells, septic tank, 3 acre fish pond
WANTED TO BUY; Trailer for 14 ft. Tri- AKC DALMATIAN many extras. Priced to move. REDUCED
Haul boat or will trade 17 ft. boat for months, .9646786'Y -I* PLUS ACRES ON BROWNLEE Wi Owner financing. Call today.
good trailer of equal value. AI! Young TOY POODLES. 7 THORNTON AND JONES CONST INC. -3 AC. ON FORSYTH ROADi Great location for a beautiful' home Call today.
964-6918 11 6pm, FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PROPERTY 301 N, 3 Ac. loaded w/young pine
Disability Retiree wants 6* Table Saw. HORSE for sale:Th Robert Thornton is now in the trees Hwy frontage of 40O' approx. -well, 2 septic tanks S fenced pond.
964-5990. 11 hamds 7 yrs. Gr.allnv..lm.nl. Call Today
WANTED:Good used Lawn Mower pushor experienced : logging business and buying AFTER HOURS
riding. 782-1408 11 time. 6 timber. Would appreciate

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Ann T.rwlll.gar Brown . . . . . 473-7541
timber want to sell.
you C.cel0| TorwIIUgor . . .964-7776
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N.W. 28th St.LAVERN Starke' 964.6133 IIwy. Sot S.

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Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB PresidentERA ;

Faulkner R / I H VLot v/Acreage sWaterfionti.

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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R.: 10O .
O 1JTLAWi Thinking of buying or seilihgf Call ust
wl Room w/Flreplace,
catty "' GRAHAM 4BR/3BA Stucco Bldg; Large Family
CHI A. Range, R.frl ond Dishwasher Well ft Septic., Lark Oak Trees,.3
*NEW LISTING 75 x 100' Lot with Privilege G.org..lak. 9644522sTARir&n .

*3 LOTS Each 75 x :200' on Paved Road ..;/Prlvll.g... to--:.. M You Full Service Real Estate Office I Ac.S.E.,35TH Inground STREET Pool.A-Frame-CB home, 3 BR/2 BA CH/A- Fireplace, Family,

Lois S7.800.00. : Wood Bldg. w/Water and Electricity. 2.79
10x16 Utility
1 Rm, Laundry Rm.
PRICE REDUCED On this Beautiful 2000 sq. ft. plus, / I.*. Dodge I
I Screened Porch Carport.w/Workshop, also a 2BR/1BA MH THERESSA AREA A-Frame,'CB, 3BR/2BA CH/A,Fireplace, Family Room,
I In-laws, Many Extras, Call Today Laundry Room,10x16 Wood' Utll. Bldg. w/water a elect on 2.79 ac..
3BR/IA MH with a 10 x 30 Add-On, all this and more On 2 75.000.00. -
| needs to sell due to health Priced to sell at $26,000. I; *Slot*Certille* NEW BRICK HOME "IR 2I1A. Stove, Ref.. Dishwasher CH/A Sun Deck
*BEAUTIFUL ON SAMPSON LAKE 100 x 720' 2240 SF; Garage,Well A Septic 1 acre. $84.500.00.
TIRED OP WORKING FOR HAY let the chicken's do the work REALTOR 'OJ WOODLAWN STi ;3BR/2BA, CB Home, Family Rm.,CH/A. Range,

chicken farm, has 3SRII BA Home, with 8 acres of !Land.1. for Rjisidenl : 1 Refrig.,Dishwasher, Screened porch, 1800 sf, corner lot, 75000.
*3 BR/J BA CB HOMI IN CITVi Fireploce. separate. DR., ; ON THE WATER 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick, living Dining Family Rm, r
I fenced CH/A,'2310 SF.Porehes.. 2.' OC..S87.000. .
*2BR/2BA HOMI IN CITY nice Florida Roo....,imis.Jo" / :i;r.; ri-v' !V PRICE REDUCEDIII QUIET a PEACEFUli 3 BR/2 BA Frame, living- Dining. Kitchen w/Snack
I appointment only '' 1 t : '"Excellent) .Buy In II.....'. Finest Neighborhood Bar, Den, Screened Perch Pole Bam Cleared Space for Growing a

*NICE 3BR/2BA HOMI ON PRATT ST.t with CHI A, many... l *."7';;A 3/1 On Corner Lot. Nice Outside Storage Bldg. Garden 3.62 Ac., $65.000.IN .
at 33900. Call Today v.: ,'.. *V ANOFFlltll" HURRY OWNER ANXIOUS!I THI COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story, Stove, Ref..Elec.. Heat; Window
*FOREST HEIGHTS. Nice building lot '"_ '' WILL CONSIDER LEASE/PURCHASE AC.Well a Septle.l Ac.S40.000.

BAVLESS HIGHWAYi 1 1/4 Acres, 4BR/1BA only $24.000.. LAKE GENEVA BR/IBA Frame, Screened Porches x 16 Util
good rental. 1 .6WtGorddoyIID/W. 3/3 CH/A.' All App). 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI Bldg..Well C Septlc.$24.900. _
*LAWTEY13 3/4 Acres : ;.FENCED YARD. 2 BR. 1 BA. Inexpensive living. GRAHAM AREAl r BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home, CH/A, ,Stove A"
HAMPTON LAKIi 3BR/1SA workshop gr..n house. I'p ,, AREA Starke.. Brick, Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 larg. lots, Ref.. 2 Ac.. $40.000. .
equipped, dock Call for appointment to view' / ACRRS-OrtCUAREO\ FARM LAND. Older MH. 2 Wells. ORAHAMi BR/3 BA Stucco Bldg., large Family Rm. w/Flreplace, CH/A, ..
*Off PRATT STREET Doubl.wid., nice large lot, chain link ..)Jt.avytlmb.r. Highway frontage, Lawtey area. Range.Refrlg. B Dlshwasher.lnground Pool.Large Oak, .Trees. 3 '
lot : C>NTl FUn, ft Swim: Wend cottage. Furn. Sandy beach. Ac65000. ..;.
MINI PARM: 3 Acres pasture, fenced and cross i.need. : ACRESw/.bu5teWlde.' Close to Lawl.,. Will divide. Owner Financing. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
barn, house 3BR/2BA over 2200 sq. ft.-, Priced to sell. -*KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESSi For Sal. to Qualified Buyer. WALNUT STREET Two Buildings Sultabl. for Small Business,
CROSBY LAKIwond.rful: wat.r-frant prgparty.wtthM2BR! ; 'PURCHASE!'Quiet, 3/2 oil app.nlce storage house HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway. plenty of warehouse space. ..
screen porch facing lake. / 1|< Story over 3500 sq. ft. unfinished HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/I BA CB Home, 12x60 Mobil. ......
REDUCTION 1'A acres, almost n.w home. $73.000. .. 3/2CH/A, walk/ to shopping quiet neighborhood. Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tanks and 4 Wells w/Pumps on
*40 ACRES-OONT MISS THIS ONEi Just reduced to $1 t"|, LAKE 2/1. CH/A completely turn. Nice. 100x300. 3 Acres.
'. : older home. 3/2 Owner financed. Office Suitable for Doctor Dentist Prac
go with it. AREA Spacious EAST CALL STREET Nice Bldg. or .
*IN TOWN Walking distance to shopping:only S38.500. Has TO SEUl Farm House w/35.9 ac. 30 ac cleared. $80,000 tic.
.1 STORY1 brick ft cedar farm home. 4/2 1/2 BA on 36 Acres. B plus ACRES Frontage en Paved Highway.
MAN SPEClALiWaldo, city| water ft .sewer 3/1. $".000. Good Area 40 ACRESi Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts; !Planted Pines Near
IN STARKEi City water and .sewer walk to everything. 10000. lawtey. _
Call One qf Our ?- / $ Nice CB 3/1'/4 w/4 rental eH. on 1 acre. HOMI BLDO. LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water a Sewage, Owner Financing. -'

Trained Staff .... .'RONTCro.by.Lake canal Doublewide. CH/A. Rge., Refrlg. HOME BLDO. LOTS Shady Oaks S/D Breaker.
: HOUSE ft BARNS an 3 ac. Good area.Close to Stark. REDUCED FOUR -ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Hwy Frontage, Owner Financing.
After Hours Call: These Realtor ;-=IDARI'3600.f:. s's., 3 BA,CHI A. 2 F.PI. rae.. refria.. D/w. Nice THREE 2ACRRIVERFRONT LOTSi Breaker, Owner Financing.
Irene L. ?. ..... 301 SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4 J plus ac. Close In I Wayne Douglas 44S3 Bill Dodd .74MNavli
Darlene Codwm.:... CLUB BEAUTY Immaculate home. All amenities Top of te line. I Ward- 64-74C4 Bill Onann .964-4444
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$14.09 PER MONTH. CALL 964- FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities LICENSED cosmetologist wanted. Busy SECTIONAL-SOFA w/queen-slre bed. LAM ACCISS-2 or 38* mobile homes GARAGE SALI-1 mile North of Melroie
6946. 12 paid. From $37.50 up weekly. salon, 7 chair shop. 1 chair available, Good 4732210.condition. $300.00. 473-3609 or tl43/t9S per month. Lak. Geneva off SR2I, follow signs, Friday and
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. 964-4151 or 964-4645. TFN llpdB-9 Rentals, 4737566. omopd7-90- Saturday August 10-11, 9 a.m. to 2
PLATES.Measures 24x38 Stariie, In front of Post Office. 15DIESEL MOMU HOMI-2BR or MR $MS/f 155 per p.m. Van Seats, Cash register rolo-
lnches.50 each. Great for patching 13HALF MECHANIC Mack trucks, Cat HELP WANTED momih. Lake aces.. lake Geneva tiller, lots of misc. 1tpdB-9
and repair TELEGRAPH, 135 W. ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for wheel loaders top pay year round Rentals 4737566. 6mopdlol2-37 FURNlTURC-Cenoe, aluminum truck
Call Sl Starke. 12 rent. Close to prison, Call 4681323. work, Send apps. to P ft T Transfer CLAY COUNTV-Sherlff's Office U II<<.P' LAKI COTTACI-Preler elderly) couple rack, miniature pooltoble, clothes,
FOR SALE OR TRADE: Antique dining TFN 13 (no., P.O. Box 854, Clewlston, FL ting applications for a licensed Practical 2BR/IIA, screened porch. 4733609.. mist Saturday, August 11.9 a.m. to 4
room set vv/S chairs, 2 buffets, china MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 33440,1-813-983-4124 Ask for Tom Nun. Experience In a correctional ttpde-9 p.m. From traffic light In Keystone 1 '/
safe; 2 dresser: full size Broyhill Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- 15 Institution desired but not re LAKE SANTA H-2BM cottages A/C. miles west on SR 100, right on 62nd (Im-
bedroom suite. Would like to trade 6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING qulr.d. Starling salary$18,894. For applications screened porch.473-1444.. 2tpd8-9-l6 mokalee Rd), left on 61sl. 473-0346
bedroom suite for one of equal value. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile BOOKSI) $32.000/year income pol- call 904-264-6512, ..t. 120. 1tpdB-9
Will trade antique furniture for living from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN. tential.Details.(1))602- 38-8885 Ext Closing dale Is August 15 1990. EOE RETIRED PERSON -Enjoy Independent MOVING SAU-Saturday and Sunday, 10
room suite/furniture. Call 431-1203 13 Bk 17283 15 chg8-2-9, living In EH. Apt. In safe, secure til, 7827 Bundy Lake Rood oil 214.
anytime. 12 3 BR, 11/2 BATH MOBILE HOME. Air "ATTENTION:. POSTAL JOBS! Start country environment Garden space 1tchg8-9
SATELLITE DISH:With receiver $11.41/hourl For Info call NOTICE pool. Roas. rat*. Call 984-7138 or lAIN OR SHINI-9
and de- heat, stove, relrlg. carpet Unfurnished application ; 864-4402. 13 a.m. Saturday August
scrambler and remote. Complete and .On private Iotwith shade trees (1))602-838-8885, Ext M-3493,6 am 11, South on 21 to Sunshine Nurtery-
works good.Orig.$2000-Now$1200. on Griffls Loop.$250 month and$150 ;Opm, 7 days.' 15 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: should be submitted LAND FOR SALE turn right and follow signs to 212.C
782-3660. tin 12 security deposit Leave message or BUYER Railcar repair facility is In needof to the lake Region Monitor office S.E.BOth Avenue, Seminole Ridge.
MISC.USED FURNITURE:wicker dining call after 6 p.m. 964-2999.No pets of a buyer with minimum 2 years In writing and paid In advance 0.00 DOWN-1.5 1tchgB-9
acres an paved road In
room, brass bed dresser, eto. Call waterbeds. 13 experience In MRO purchasing. Must unless credit Is already established Melrose $8300- VARDSALI-GOSPEL SING Saturday,
782-1423 after 12 noon. 12 2 BR, 1 BATH HOME:$325 month. $250 be self starter. Send resume with with this office. only tl50/mo. 8/11, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Matter's
BRAHMA BULLS: Very gentle. Calves deposit. Call 1-468-1857. 13 salary history to : Personnel Director MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Vineyard 1 ml. west of Melrote on
and yeerllng. $300 to $550 each RENT LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY: P.O. Drawer A, Starke. FL 32091 I RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SR-26. 1tchg89MOVING
964-6565. 12 In Lake Hampton Oaks.6 ml. south of 15 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER U-PICK SALI-Saturday Sunday. 9
PEAVY 12 channel mixer board, excel- Starke. 3 BR/2 BA, screened porch,. WELDERS; Railcar repair facility needs THE TELEPHONE. to 5. Tools, furniture, antiques. 7513
... lent condition. welders with mech. Apply In OKAPES-Dork and Grand Mesa Circle, Tree Lakes.
2Ogro Fender Stra- CH/A, wAv carpet kitchen furnished. ability. I Classified d.adlln. Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday light large and Big
tocaster Squire tuners, 3 $550/mo;$350deposit Call 468-1857 person Mon.-Fri., 8:30: am-4 pm,at prior to Thursday's publication. sweet. Open every day from 7 a.m. to 1tpd8-9
month old, hard shell case Included, after 6 pm or 374-4181, M-F,days Kustom Kar Corp., Reynolds Industrial Minimum charge Is$3.SO for IS words, 8 p.m. Lilly's Vineyard Coral Farms GIGANTIC-3 Families, August 10 and 11.
excellent condition, $325. Peavey 13 Park, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove th.n 13 cents for each additional word.If Road, Florahome. Telephone 659.2121. Firday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
Stereo Chorus 400 guitar head, 120 2 BEDROOM APT 2nd floor, stove, Springs, FL 15 bills are mailed out. there will be a /tchgB-9.30 Dogwood lane Malroie. 1tpd8.9
watts RMS 3 months old, excellent and gas Included. $65.wk. NO HEAVY DUTY TRUCK MECHANIC to $3.00 billing charge.
PETS : Aug II.
condition$325.Call Phil Jones help maintain fleet of tractor trailers.
964- Cal 9648498. 13 address BOATS
Mailing : P.O. Box 1171. FOR SALE West
to 225,1/2 mi.West of Norttiside
9272 12 Must have valid DL ft willing to work
2 BR. 2 BA. Mobile Home. CH/A. on Keystone Hts., FL 32656 Baptist Church. ,
KIRBY. HOOVER EUREKA: Best prices Kingsley Lake, Sept, 8 to May 17. No Saturdays. Apply In person at Davis ,. '-- II rtSCES-Bowrlder.. 70 hp Mercury
In town, 31/4 ml. north of Starke on children,$325.mo.Call 5333-2602 or Express Starke IS CARS w/power trim and tilt. Magic tilt
Young. ALL MACHINES 752-4339 13 ; galvanized trailer, extrat-troll

PIANO GUARANTEED FOR SALE:12 Wanted: Responsible CLEAN Stove ONE ft Refrigerator BEDROOM$70 Apartment weekly w/, will Openings train For available Info.call in:several 708-742-8620 areas, IMS TOYOTA-MINI-CRUISER. Good cone motor$2930.,473-7535.ski pull, etc. Great many family boat RETIRED COUPLI-Wont to lease home on

party to take on small monthly utilities. Dep. req. No Pets. 964-6232 ext. 362 15 dltlon, low price. Call 4752680. 1tche8-9 or near lak. of any size. Large. trees,
payments on piano. See locally, Call 13 Santa Fe Community College PARTTIME 2tpd7.26/8.2 privacy preferred. Please send detcrip-
Manager at((205) 344-5952 anytime. INWALDO:3; BRhouse stove,ref..fenced' INSTRUCTORS Neededlmmedlately 195 MERCURV-Cougar. $3200.473-0708. SERVICES tion. phon. number, to Box 1442. ln>
12FOR yard.$225 mo.,1st,last+$100 security at the Andrews Center,Starke In the 2tchg827. -' verness, Florida 32650.
Political .MUSTANGV6.good Int.rlor Ice cold ILL'S LAWN "'pd7268.2.916CAI'OOUI.wont.d.
No following areas: Sociology, SERVICI-mowlna. raking
SALE Twelve dep. pets.964-3060 after
A : excellent string Yamaha Guitar 13 6pm Science French, Spanish, Speech, air, many new parts' motor not good. edging. Call 4730165. Hchg8-9 Dally from
496-2356.case 12 condition, $250., 2 BR. M/H CH/A. No Pets no children Mathematics and English. Masters 4733768. ltpd8-9 OONNO-AII types, shingling, hot tar Keystone Heights to NAS JAX. Leave
REMODELED: Two bedroom $250 per mo. $100 sec. dep. 964-' Degree with a minimum of eighteen and aluminum. Lawn mowing. Call for Keystone 6 a.m. Leave NAS at 4 p.m.
home, stove, mobile 6251 13 ((18))graduate semester hours in each FOR SALE free estimates. 473.7073ltchgS9 Call 473-4470. 1tpd8/9
& vinyl central refrigerator heat ft air new three carpet ton 2 BR, 1 BA, home In Crystal Lake Sub., subject area In what you teach. Send KOFUStONAL-House Cleaning. Par.
air, $4500. 498-2356 12 unfumished, $275. per mo. + $200. updated resume to:Dr Heijia Wheeler SATELLITE IYSTEM.repo......d due to tlcular who comes In your home? Call ANIMALS
CAMPER TRAILER For Sale:Nice clean. dep. Now taking applications. Call' Room B2008, Santa Fe Community divorce. Still und.r warranty Nothing me resident for 16 years References.
College, P.O. Box 1530, Gainesville Kobln-473-4030. 1tchg8D 9
964-5734 13 down. $39/mo. 12721031.
Must see to
appreciate.No bath.964- FREI TO GOOD HOME-ONLY, 4'/i year
6918 Al Young. 1214ft.STUMPKNOCKERlla RENT WITH OPTION to buy;2 BR, 1 BA, FL 32602. SFCC la an Equal Oppor- 4lchg7-12-8-2 a A SIRVICISLawn care. Interior/Ex- old male, Cheaiapeake Bay Retriever
$325. per mo. or $5000. down ft tunity Employer 15 SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new. 6 mo. old ten or Painting. Build or repair porches, Needs Call between
Trailer.$800., w/papers. big yard.
assume ATTENTION: EARN MONEY WATCH- with scrambler Nothing down. fences, shed, etc. Floor tile, wallpon.Ung.
964-5567 mortgage. 964-4990 .
12 4730768.
10 a.m. > 6 p.m.
13 ING TV)$32.000/year Income poten- $49/mo. 1-272-1018. Ich replace screening. General
GRAPES FOR SALE UPtekWe Pick g7.12-S-2,
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am 7pm, Mon. thru Sat 1pm-6pmon 3 BR, 2 BA, Mobile Home on N.W. 23th tial. Details. (1)) 602-838-8885 Ext PIANO-Responslble party to assume fix-It 8 repair Call 4733120.
Sun. JOE FAULK Gnlfls Loop. St., $250. per mo. Century 21 Showcase TV-17283 15 small monthly payments on spinet 3tpd7-26-8-9
. AUTO DETAILER:Experience LAWN WORK-Call Odell
necessary. Watson
964-5678 or 9645673. 12 Properties 473-4903 piano. Can seen locally. CreditDepartment
Must have drivers Ilcense.Full time 4731503. ltchgS-9
13LARGE 904-254-8481
GRAPES, dark ft
light U-Pick.
everyday 7am HI 8pm,Lillys Vineyard open, DOUBLEWIDE, 3BR, 2 BA, In employment. Call 964-6461 3tchg7/19-8/9 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
Coral Farms Rd., Florahome 659- excellent location, $310. per mo. + EXPERIENCED Fiberglass person PIANO-Wanted: Responsible party to Septlo tank pumpouts at reasonable
2121 12 $100. dep. Phone 964-8704 needed. Apply In person only... 0-5 take on small monthly payments on prices,also drain line repairs.Stark
DINING ROOM pedestal table gray for- 13 .Gnffis ft Sons Fiberglass.301 North, piano. See locally. Call manager at 064-8121. TFN 17
mica, 4 high back padded chairs, 2 BR House trailer 2 mi. out In country. Starke. 15 ((205)) 344-5952 anytime. 3tchg8-2-9-16 -a per'
$375.; armless accent chair $45. $100. see. ,$250.per.mo.964-3728- JAIL EMPLOYEES: 2 needed, one female YANMAR TRACTOR-240D 24hp,dine I,
bedroom set Ivory formica 6 piece.; rinFURNISH... 13 and one male. Only certified 4wd. front end loader backhoe, box QassifiedsGet
$600.; with waterbed frame and 6 ED 2 BR. Mobile Home.CH/A, correctional officers need to apply. blad., bush hog, discs and trailer.
drawer pedestal $725; coffee ft two $350. mo. +dep. No Pets. 964-3595 Bd. Co. Sheriffs Office.964-6280. $6000. 4733289. l t pd 6.9 After Charles Lindbergh made his
end tables gray formica $150.; All 13Need BURNED OUT WITH YOUR USED CH/A UNIT-2, ton. $250. tory with the first solo flight across
excellent condition, Call 473-9280 1 or 2 roommates, (18-30)) to share 473-2241. 1tchg8-9 Results the Atlantic he came home by ship.IFORtSALE .
12WINDOW house rent, utilities, ito... in or near associates MH WITH LC.-Bullt-on Fla. rm.. new 200
AIR CONDITIONER 25000 town. Call 4730570leave message. Seeking for ground floor Amp ..rvlee, CH/A 4 Inch well, en 2
BTU. 5 yrs. old, runs good. $25000; 13WANTEb' network marketing opportunity In cleared acres, large oaks, very pl\-Ivat.
473-1170 12 explosive MULTI-BILLION $ Industry. on small lake. $26.500 obo. 22 ft.Tarus t 1&J)
BEAUTIFUL country floral couch; white) HELP WANTED 24 Hour recorded massage travel trall.r by Fleetwood. roof air ,

knotted brauandglas.pine coffee lamps.and Call 2 end 964-3131 tables;, _cal'!.((904)) .-1606. ... : obo..l.H self-contained.cleared Good acres condition.on small$2.650 lake s ill Dirt, Top. Soil t

(Machine oaks, with
today)112 Sewing Operators larg. travel trailer. $13.900
22 FT DODGE MOTORHOME; Price experience preferred. Will Train if AFFORDABLE! obo. 661-2908. 1tpd8-9 Large or Small Loads of Limerock
reduced. Can be driven away today. necessary.Apply In person,481-4361
064-3650 12 Hwy 20A, Cowwpen Lake Rd., Haw- HOMES FOR SALE IL Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

21/2 Horse Air Compressor,2 bostitch T- thorne. 15 T.B.EeAPARTMENTS
nail guns, miter box 7821408FORD EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble BY OWNER-Between Silver Lake and !O64,8182 .9 5B23964- =8095
products at home. Call for
12 Golf Course. 28R/1BA, screened porch
450 front end loader and back hoe Information 504-641-8003,ext 9570. w/spa, fenced yard detached garage.
diesel good condition. $5500. Call 15WELDERS 922 E. Brownlee St. Call 473-0724. after 3 p.m. 1tpd8-9-
: Rail car repair facility needs 2tchg816.23
468-2408 12
CHRYSLER ENGINE 318 $300. Call welders with mechanical ability. Apply Camp Blandlntf Rd. 48R/2BA MH-Wlth addition an 3/4 Ac..
064-3135 12 In person, Mon.-Fri. 30-4: p.m.at Starke. FL 32O91 Fireplace, CH/A. Contract for Deed.
APT.SIZE Lady Kenmore washer&dryer. Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial 964-7133 $24,700. David Dickinson. 473-7672. ,
Park, 16 East Green Cove I
$150. 964-4202 aft 5:00 MOBILE rlSX/IE
: pmPERSONAL FL 15 / For Sale; Sealed bIdawlJlbeacceptedthroughAua.10,1890
12 SPrings 2 & 3 BR. family oriented, with
COMPUTER: IBM comp. MAKE doing$8.00 Intricate PER HOUR band saw: After work.90 day Ma- laundry & large playground. 5pm for 1987 Fleetwood: Mobile Home. f" ""991 'o1Rh : =. 535" PER' WEEK
Vendex Head.tart 11, 5 1/4' ft 3 1/2 14 x 70, Crownpolnt. Contact : Clay
ture with tool
drives.C.G and monitor persons experience only FREE Electricity Ant month. Electric t81
need in Employees Credit Union,,473- Ford Courier
games software and joystick.$1500. Woodcraft apply.Apply person 15 Fantasy Rent 30%of your monthly IncomeIf 4911. ext 347. The Credit Union P/U $1O95
964-4202 after 5 pm. 12 Lawtey. you quality. reserve the right to reject any and** 4 cyl. 4 .p. 3465
PRESCHOOL Teacher needed. Experi- If you earn $3.35 per hr., 40 hra. a
FOR SALE:MuskkJIne Grapes,u-pick,60 bide. 4CONCRETE
cents per tt>..3 ml.S.on 301,33rd St. enced only. Must be at least 25 yrs. week& have 3 dependents your BLOCK HOME 2 BR 2 BA, 79 Olds Delta 88 $
on left Last house on rightSOFA old. For further Information call 964- I rent would be about $1 12 a monthor fireplace heat pump, much closet V8 AT PS PB AC 3461 995
5232.15 93.73 per day for days left In the
12 month for move-In after the first.Qualified tpac*. Keystone Club Estate ft kids 79 Pontiac LeMans
ft CHAIR $50 OBO. Secretarial l. Singles Accepted. to KHHSII Water Saorafice.$4000' $1395
desk $50. Computer desk $75 Move-In cost can be si.low aa V8. AT. PS PB. AC #3451
Computer desk $50 Piano Keyboard $10.00 touM $34,000 mortgage. 473-2513
<:IDIrWsJ 78 Olds Cutlass
-$60,Bedw/sprlngs-SSOOBO. Houston 10 895sg9DowNw$4o
ft various antique May be seen at 1 SOLAJ PS PB AC r-3464
343 North Walnut 12 of Your Income
Equal Housing If -QuaIUiI : "PER WEEK

Immediate Openings! 6 cyl. AT PS PB AC # 348
864 Temple Ave., SUrke
Eye & Weekends: 964-7578 79 Plymouth Arrow P/U 1695
STEAM PRESSERS 4 cyl. 4 ep. # 3455

Well Drilling To LEG PANTSNo 78 Toyota Celica $1495

[Residential & Irrigation j 4 Cyl.. S spd., 03423

( Seam-Busting) 78 Dodge P/U $1595

1 1 Production on 2 Machines is 62 Doz/8 Hrs. 100% 6 cyl.. .. 34392993POWN

Pays $5.60/hr.; 110% pays $6.16/hr. ;f xC $40"PERWEEK": ,

Pump 78 Olds Cutlass

Sales &, Apply 7 am 3:30 pm STARKE UNIFORM VS AT PS PB AC 5O.OOO Supreme $2495

\ Service On jAil 441 E. Brownless Street StarkeTREE 84 Ford EXP
\ Makes 9'4.70'1 w. 4 cyl. 5 ap. 3488

82 Ford Fairmont

Uc 1303 6 cyl. AT PS PB AC 3393 $2495

83 Pontiac Pheonlx $2495

4 cyl. AT PS PB AC 3101

A heat pump < "
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anyone will feel J an, 0 'trAflt V8.81 2 Delta Dr. AT. PS.88 PB AC #3459 $2995

84 Subaru GL

comfortable 4 Cyl. 2 Dr. AT. AC 3438 $2995

84 Chevy Celebrity SW $3495
V6 AT PS PB AC 3422

with. '. 83 Pontiac Gran Prix

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11 .....- :' a 4 coil plus 2 J'I8IW'' pula, ADd
85 Delta 88
fist tattri \ Clllllli eedteee JOUI' ,..,.... AND STUMP $4495
Wq ep!..-as 1*biat pump. I VS AT PS AB AC Extra clean 3401

REMJ AL 84 Dodge Diplomat $3995
e''''' COWART I VS 4 dr. AT PS PB AC One Owner '3399

1 85 Ford LTD $4295,

I Air Conditioning Contractors V8 2 dr. AT PS PB AC Like New 3400 .

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= 95
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Union County Area Ads DeFoor .. "

from page 69

FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOMES 31, DeFoor, a seventh generation turned around and I enjoyed very enough, he's a very engaging affable
Floridian, already has been a public much being a part of that. In the person.".
FOR SALE defense attorney and a drug- 70's I think a lot of very honest people
Illl APPLIANCE WED SAUS AND WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor.' smuggling prosecutor In the Keys. wondered if they could continue Hitting a Snag...
REPAIR SIRVICI. Buy some. Mil torn. man W.II and Septk Tank Inc. 214. 1987 ZIMMER DOUBlEVrtDE 1.600 sq. ft. Now lie's the youngest Judge in living in the community Including But In 1986 while serving as county
trod som, fix torn. 496-2O90. 4 pd. Inch water _II.. Pumpssales, service Carport screened porch 3 bed/2 bath Monroe County and probably the mo Judge DeFoor was found guilty by
TRAILIR HITCH for full rite truck. Call Installation septic tank., lift Central heat and air llreploce, gardentub. most innovative. "In 1982 DeFoor "Is ready for the Judicial Qualifications Commis-
964.8791. ask for Jason TFN. stations- N.w Installation dralnfl.ld To be moved. $21,000 or best of. "And snort, because friends accustomed another challenge." sion in three instancesusing his of-
STEEL DOGBOX for full ill. truck. Dou- repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) f.r. Call 1.526.3236.4tchrg. 8/2. 8/23. to DeFoor's frequent
bl. doo,.. Swivel Jon..-275.2004L.x Janes2752716.. fice for financial gain, Inappropriate
964.8791. TFN. Mot. Jason at After 6 p.m.State llceniedAll work BRAND NEW 1990 SINGLEWIDE with pranks just can'fcpass up an opportunity A Young Judge...* poltical activity for a judge, and for
ACREAGE 3 ocres In W.S. Areo off rood guaranteed-_..tlmo'.', 1/25 Stpd. siding sculptured. appliances carpet shingle delivered roof for to poke size."Best fund. at the five-foot- "At 28, he ran for the Upper Keys initiating an unorthodox method of '
I8A. Call"72-4081. Dlan. Holder P.O. 2/22 then/ tfn only$8,995 whll. they lost Call Steve County Court Judgeship and soundly handling traffic fines. He was
Box 528 Newberry. Stchrg. 7 n6, 8/9. LOUIE NOEGEL LAWN SERVICE Fr. they know DeFoor Is defeated Keys Miller. reprimanded by the Supreme Courtof
GRAPESU .. 496-3923. 7/26 9047521452. Just as likely to tell the story of his holding Florida but his expressed con-
PICK OR WE PICK at Martin's Esti mots Stchrg. FOR SALE NEW 1 BR I BA with A/C furniture DeFoor started motion hearings -
Fruit Form Ft. Whit.. Closed Sunday 8/16. washer/dryer, eliding glass 1983 investiture when two pro- by conference telephone recall- triteness probably prevented more
4972621. BABYSITTING WANTED Experienced door shingle roof, wood siding, secutors slipped a red booster chair ing the frustration and inefficiencyof severe punishment.In .
CREPE MYRTLENOW BLOOMING Rd. mom would Ilk. to cars for your child. sculptured carpet, stove and onto the bench so DeFoor could sit driving 100 miles up the Keys for a Its reprimand the Supreme
Whit, pink and Whit., At Martin's Will provide lunch snacks. Infants to refrigerator only $950 down. $150 per and still be seen by the audience."It court appearance only to have It Court said DeFoor helped a candIdate -
Fruit Farm. Ft. Whit.. W. alto have 12 years w.lcam. Reasonable ra'... month. Call Steve 904-752-1452. got me off to a very humbling canceled because someone failed to for circuit judge and anotherfor
fruit plant. 4972621. Closed Sunday. Convl.ntly located In Lak. Butler. 191 FLEETWOOD 14X70 loaded with beginning," DeFoor said."AT show. public defender develop campaign
5tchrg. 8/2. 8/30. Janice Noegel 496-3923 anytime. fireplace, only$189 per month I Only 1left got more fires going than "And he doled out creative strategies.The court also said
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Ripontlbl 4tchrg2t. 7/26. 8/23. Hurry. Call Steve 904-792-1452. anyone I know," said friend and col- penalties ordering a contractor to DeFoor attempted to publicize court
party to tak. on small monthly HOME HEALTH CARE PERFORMED FOR 1991 BR DOUBLEWIDE with family room league Robert Sechen a Miami plant vegetation under the directionof statistics reflecting negatively on an
payments on piano. $.. locally. Call ELDERLY at ham.. Night or Day. and d_. Perfect for large family only assistant city attorney. And I I knowa the Izaak Walton League on Up- incubment judge and said DeFoor
manager anytime. 205-344-3932. 496-3906.2tchrg. 8/9,16. $249 per month. Call Steve lot of energetic people. He works Keys )land the contractor had Illegally coached candidates for a public
1972 TROPHY IMt. TRAVEL TRAILER A/C. 904-752-1432. Itch",. 8/9. harder than anyone I know to per cleared. That's like forcing a political forum he helped organize.The .
Stov., Refrigerator Front Awning., HELP WANTED acompllsh the tasks he sets for Chicago Cubs fan to root for the court said the activity violatedthe
and morel $2500 or bst offer. NOTICECLASSIFIED himself. And he's not afraid to get Yankees. cannons of judicial conduct pro-

BOAT 4311714.FOR 2tchrg.SALE-14 8/9 ft. 8/16.CRISS CRAFT 25 ATTENTION. GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR the credit he deserves. He's definitely "Seeking to ease jail overcrowding hibiting active participation in
HP. motor and trailer. $1000 firm. AREAI $17,840-$69,485. Call ((1)) ADVERTISING should be submitted one of the up-and-coming political DeFoor strapped an elec- political campaigns.
602.838.8885.9127.. to the Union County Times office people In Flroida for his age." tronic device to a Key Largo man The Supreme Court also
ATTENTIONi POSTAL JOBSI Start "DeFoor took his first Job as a reprimanded DeFoor for
him in his own
FOR RENT In writing and paid 'In advanc. making a prisoner
Fort Info call lawyer with the Monroe
S11.41/hourl application unless credit Is already establishedwith County home in a precedentsettlingsentence withholding judgement and allowing
((1)) 6028388885. Ext. M-9127 6 this office. Public Defender's Office In 1979 in late 1983. Since then he drivers accused of speeding up to 70
RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160-$200 a.m.-IO p.m., 7 days. 3tpd. 8/2, 8/16. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD after receiving an undergraduate has further tested the "Supervisor"on miles per hour to pay twice the standard
monthly. Security deposit" required WANTED DRIVER FOR LP GAS DELIVERY RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN degree In geography from the non-violent criminals. It beeps in fines.
Sid's Park behind SSS.6tpd.7/26, 8/30. TRUCK must b. 21 yr. old and have CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER University of South Florida and a the sheriff's office if the prisoner DeFoor told The Florida Times-
ONE 2 BED MOBILE HOME In residential' good driving record. Call "496-2564 THE TELEPHONE. law degree from Stetson College of leaves a 150-foot area in his home. Union the charges grew out of
area. Central heat and air. $180 p.r Sawyer Gas. TFN. Clanifled deadline I Is MONDAY 5 Law. While in law school he also "More recently DeFoor organized political In-fighting in Monroe County
month Plus $100 Sec. Deposit call ATTENTION PAY Assemble EASY WORK EXCELLENT at home. P.M., prior to Thursday publication. earned a master's degree in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef involving the old guard and a
nights and weekends 4963452. 8/2 products Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 criminal justice. of reformers of which he
Details. '02.131....' Ext. W9127. Institute to create a vehicle for environmental group was
TRAILER FOR RENT 3 BR, )' BA, A/C par 3tpd. '/'(1). /16.1/21. then 15 cents for each word thereafter. "I really enjoyed public defender- restoration, using fines one. "The Supreme Court doesn't
tially furnished, v.ry clean and nice. Ing because there are a lot of thrills paid by developers and boaters who take to young buck judges knockingoff
No p.t. Available Aug. 25. 4961520. in you and your Indigent client tak- illegally damaged the Upper Keys senior circuit judges," the T-U
.. .. .
ing on the entire state of Florida reef. Previously fines environmental quoted DeFoor as sayiuInconsequential. :
and winning" DeFoor said. destructors paid often ended up
"When Monroe County State At- In the general fund of the state ...?
REP f1KE PYRI'' 'sO T' s torney Kirk Zuelch was elected in Department of Natural Resources "We deem It InconM
GREY 1 i the fall of 1980, DeFoor was the first far away fromn the marine environ- Mac Stipanovich. MarUnirt'i
1nrcE i lc prosecutor he hired. After another ment in need of repair. paign manager, told' the
Ja wNtl gt.VE R v NKo ,. prosecutor turned the job down "Just last week the Florida DeFoor may have been guilty of'
'w !I. DeFoor accepted the high profile Supreme Court adopted a statewide excess of zeal" in continuing to be
A person with ordinary vision can distinguish aobut 150 different colors.An expertly trained eye can distinguish position as head of a multiagency ruling approving telephone hearingsIn politically active after being elected
more than 100,000 colors, tints and shades. task force on drug smuggling in the courtroom under certain cir judge said Stipanovich.
Monroe County."What cumstances. DeFoor wrote the rule Jeb Bush of Miami Martinez's
stands out in my mind Is his last year and argued it before the campaign chairman and son of
drive his desire to do well" said Supreme Court. President George Bush recommended
Bradford-Union AreaVocttttonal'Technlcal Zuelch. "During the late 70's the Keys "You can really be creative and you ing mate. Lt.Gov. Bobby Brantley a
Center were a drug smuggler's paradise.Few can try to do justice."I former legislator who ran with Mar-
609 North Orange Street Starfce. Florida 32091 smugglers were caught. Fewer really don't know what I want to tinez in 1986 drop out of politics.
((904)) 964-6800 went to jail. be when I grow up.." DeFoor joked."I In addition law enforcement
1 tew 8. rut "The system wasn't working and used to think 1M be interested in background Martinez
4 y MUCCMlim DeFoor's task force was charged politics; now I'm not so sure.Somew hopes the young sheriff will also br-
TIER I L- with changing it. days I don't think I'd mind a ing a generational appeal to young
CwirfVoeocumtt "The whole atmosphere here was teaching job at a good law school." Floridians.
/ B T B E t ?uyuMttlnca. the bad guys were running the show "Assistant Miami attorney Sechan Martinez, the mayor of Tampa until
NOW tvLLLtk. and they couldn't be stopped" may have the deepest insight into his election as governor in 1986
orate. i &-.cy U such a mythology about the bad guy met as high school students at a via the legislature or cabinet officerto
that we decided to put the emphasison Teen-age Republican convention in the governorship. Neither has
VOCATIONAL and ADULT EDUCATION! ] I counter ojia ands. We couldn't Tampa' DeFoor done so.Stipanovich. .
DW PROGRAM just get the work done;we had to sell "Al decided to try and take over has said that
8/27/90-6/7/91 If-r 8ilO .M.-3 3,00 P.M. It to the public." the organization" Sechan said. "He legislators who reporters think of as
"They did-and became the good had all these grandiose plans. My well-known are no better known to
BUSINESS ..t:: .. ;'8":i ::......1'DNICM./INOOS'I.'IUM., ,. .guys again. The task.. force seized friend and I just looked at each other' the public than DeFoor .
cash, boats, planes even*jwaterv, and said 'Sure.' We thwarted his 'The ohtxVreally' well-known people,
Clerk Typist Automotive Service Technology front resort in Lower Matecumbe.. plan and it was probably, his first who might have been considered as
Accounting Operations Welding Key. Members posed with drugs and political defeat." a running mate for Martinez are
Drafting Design Driving money for photographers and in- "Richard Fowler former Monroe Secretary of State Jim Smith and In-
Word Pmeeaaing/Machine: : Transcription Connercial: VeI cal : vited the media along on an occa- chief assistant state attorney and surance Commissioner Tom
Business Co-Op BrTiicatinnTECHmCALmDUSTRIM. Industrial Co-Op OJT sional raid. now a Monroe circuit judge,also has Gallagher who are needed on the
Masonry In two years, the task force con- passed hous discussing political and Cabinet said Stlpovanich.
: Agribusiness fiscated $30 million worth of drugs legal phailosophles with DeFoor. Of five lieutenant governors since
Farm Production Operations and put 100 smugglers in jail. T'I think he s got great drive and the position was reinstated in the
Nursery Operations "We certainly haven't run all the ambition and he has probably one of 1968 state Constitution after an
Heavy Duty Truck 6 Bus Mechanic ADULT DAY CLASS dopers in the Kexs out of business in the best senses of self-awareness absence of more than 80 years four
Residential t Commercial Carpentry the community DeFoor said "but that I've ever seen," Fowler said. have been former legislators and
Cosmetology GEO Preparation the public perception and feeling has "And when he slows down long one a former secretary of state.
Heavy Equipment! Operator .

: Trees Pose Dangerous Threat During


Course Dates Days Hours Fee Hurricane, Division of Forestry SaysThe

Clerk Typing 9/11-1/22 T/TH 7-10 p.m. $28.00 Carib Indians called their trees around your home to check for structures or power lines.
Accounting Operations 9/10-1/16 M/* 7-10 p.m. $27.00 thunder god Hurakan. From this weak spots and determine what If young trees need pruning to pro-
Word Processing 9/11-1/22 T/TH 7-10 p.m. $28.00 comes our wordhurricane- for the needs to be done to minimize the tect them from high winds, foresters
Word Processing 9/10-1/16 H/W 7-10 p.m. $27.00 furious tropical storms that fre- possibility of structural damage caution against the use of props
quently form In the summer causing from falling or flying limbs. which can be torn loose by hurricane ,
TECHNICAL/INDUSTRIAL serious damage along the Gulf of According to the FDACS Divisionof force winds and cause personal or '
Ale and Refrigeration 9/10-1/16 H/W 6-10 p.m. $36.00 Mexico and the Atlantic Seaboard.The Forestry dead or dying limbs property damage. They suggest, instead -
Welding 9/10-1/16 M/W $25.00( Lab Fee) 6-10 p.m. $36.00 hurricane season officially should be pruned before they driving three posts into the
Automotive Technology 9/11-1/22: T/TH, 7-10 p.m. $28.00 began June 1 and continues through become deadly missiles torn from ground at equal distance around the ,
Masonry TBA November 30. The most active partof trees by 100 mph winds. Some dead tree and tying the tree loosly to each i
Diesel Engine Mech. TBA the season begins In August, but dying decaying trees or branches tl
Small Engine Repair 9/13-1/22 THI ($10.00 Lab Fee) 7-10 p.m. $14.00 Florida homeowners would do well removed by a homeowner do point out that remov-
Sewing/Clothing Const 9/11-1/22 7-10 p.m. $14.00 to start hurricane-proofing their without special knowledge or equip-' ing dead and dying limbs or trees s
Bus Driver Training IDA homes against tree damage now, ment, but big jobs should be turned may deprive certain species of
say the foresters of the Florida over to a tree surgeon or professional songbirds of their preferred nesting
MISCELLANEOUS Department of Agriculture and Consumer tree service whose personnel sites. Homeowners concerned about
Services' Division of know what to do and have the tools to nesting birds may want to keep this II
Cosmetology Training Spec. Forestry.Published. do it. in mind when evaluating the poten-
Nail Sculpturing TBA reports say hurricane Be aware of the hazard posed by tial hazards posed by their trees and
Child Care Certification 9/27-12/16 TH ($7.50 Text) 7-10 p.m. $12.50 experts are predicting as many as 11 branches that rub on a roof during deciding how much to prune or
Modem: Square DanceSunshine 9/4-1/22 T 7-9. tropical storms this year with seven balmy days with slight breezes. In a remove.If .
Industries becoming hurricanes. Three of these hurricane the constant friction of a we're lucky, we won't have any
for seven, they say could have winds of large limb scraping back and forth storms and any trimming and pruning
English Speakers of Other 111 to 130 miles per hour putting could wear a hole in the roof and ex- will simply make your trees better -
languages 9/11-1/22 T/TH 7-10 p... FREE! them in Category 3 class on a scale pose the attic or open the Interior of, looking and healthier. If storm
GED Preparation Vo-Tech 9/11-1/22 T/TH 7-10 p.m. FREE! of 1 to 8Hurricanes, a house to rain and wind damage. warnings da come, though you'll be
GED Preparation Hampton Elan. 9/10-1/21 M/W 7-10 p.m. FREE are very unpredic- Branches that droop or sway excessively glad you had the foresight to take
GED Preparation Lawtey Elan. 9/10-1/21 HIM 7-10 p.m. FREE their in in advance.If .
table, so even experts hedge gentle winds indicate precautions
Adult Basic Ed. Carver Lodge 9/11-1/22 T/TH 30-.9i30 p.ra. FREE beta when trying to forecast this excessive weight and should be trim, you need advice In deciding
Adult Basic Ed. Sunshine Indus. 9/10-1/21 M/W 9i30- 2130 p.m. FREE most dangerous times of the season. med or pruned to minimize the whether your trees need hurricane-
Adult Basic,. Ed. Sunshine Indus. 9/11-1/22 T/TH 9i302t30 p.m. FREE! In view of unpredictable danger possibility that they will break'In a proofing call your local Division of
em Prepb i a eaar+dare aiwit 9/10-1/22 M/T/W/TH. 6I30- 8>00 pw. FREE! now .is not too soon U.-_- ;-ot the storm and cause damage to the tree Forestry office 964-4280.

Beginning Computer 9/17-10/15 M ($5.00 Lab Fee) 7-10 pjn. $915.00. WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
Quilting 9/20-1P/25 TH 2-5 p..: 18.00
Quilting 9/20-10/25 TH 7-10 p.m. 18.00
Quilting Workshop 9/22 Saturday 900 a.m. .- 4iOOp.m.5.00
Quilting Workshop 10/6" Saturday 9'00..... .. 4iOOp.ra.S.OO Dorman Well & TankInc.

Beginning Advanced Floral Floral Design Design 'TBA 9201025'TII' ''7-10 p... 18.00 Septic

CPR 9/24-9/26 M/W 7-10 p..: 10.00
First Aid 10/1-10/10 M/W 7-10 p..., 30.00 1983
Photography 9/17-10/22 M ($20.00 Lab Fee) 7-10 p... 18.00 -
Cake Decorating 10/1-11/5 M 7-10 P.B. 18.00
Wall Paper Hanging 9/2S-10/30 ''T ($10.00 Lab Fee) 7-10 p.m. 18.00
Wall Paper Hanging 9/27-11/1 TH ($10.00 Lab Fee) '7-10 polL. 18.00 2 & 4 In. Water Wells Pumps-Sales Service;Installation Septic tanks
Basic : ,
Home Repairs 10/15-11/19 M 7-10 p-rn.-" .: 18.00 .
Modern Western Square Dance 9/19-11/7 W ;.7-9.P'". 16.00 .
Adult Basketball: 9/20-1/22 T/Tfi$10.00( Lab Fee) 7-9 p.*.<.'.:'::..'10.00 ;' Lift Stations-New Installation, Drainfield Repairs. ; ,:
Adult Volleyball 9/17-1/22 W ($5.00 Lab Fee)' 7-10 pm.3t30 13.00
, Individual Fitness 10/1-11-5. ,- Its 4i30 p.m. 6.00 .
Issues Facing Senior Citizens TBA.The i -
Career Vtanan of the '90s T3A -CONTACT-
Dealing with Alzhein r'a T3A .

Family Counseling Issues TBA .
NOTE Starting dates of all classes are subject to change. For classes to begin a
minimum enrollment is required. Call 964-6800, ext. 122 fox further information. Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004
Fre-rsgistration: la preferred.

Bradford-Union Vocational-Technical: Center is an equal opportunity center: without Lex Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m.I .

regard to race, color, creed, sex or: handicap., I

TBIM For aU classes indicated 1'0 B8 AIIMHGI>>, call to lace rt.oa en the waiting U., I

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I Obituaries -


Ruby C. Minton may be made to: The Keystone flee manager for Williston Sun tffJNA BUFFETLUNCH
Heights Community Church P.O. Restaurant
Mr Ruby Carter Minton,77,died
July 28.in Daytona Box 722, Keystone Hciglils, Include two sons; Frank
was a 32656.J.
native of Starke. Weaver.Jr.Pearl River, La. and Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
James W."Buddy" Weaver, Atlanta
Survivors include
Carter of Cocoa and two Jimmy sons Carterof ; Carl Ga..Two brothers;P.D.Loudon, 1800 )J Tamp! a Staifc, Florida '320'g1'RENA.

Daytona Beach, one brother W. C. AndersonMr. Tampa, Fl and A. G. Loudon Jr., T
D. Carter of Starke. One sister, Margaret L. Eat-In or Take Out
Volusia Memorial Hampton. of Ormond .J.C.Anderson,72, of Lawtey, Jackson,Starke,four grandchildrenand For r.*.rvalton*' or take oirt order call: 064-7681
Beach was in charge of ar Florida Williston, died Friday, August 3 In five great grandchildren. ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
Memorial Hospital, Funeral services were held at
Volusla rangements.Memorial She Park was Cemetery buried at Williston following long illness. He 10:00: a.m., in DeWitt C. Jones CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
was a lifetime resident of Bradford Chaple, Starke on Monday, Aug. 6
County and a member of the Nor- with Rev. Stockton Smith and Rev.
thside Baptist Church.Mr.Andersonwas Rick Jackson conducting the ser-
Dale R. PainterMr. a retired farmer. vices. Interment was In Orange Hill BUFFET DINNER Friday & Saturday NightsAll
Survivors include four brothers: Cemetery, Williston. FL under the
Dale Raymond Painter,80,of George R. Anderson Delmar; Md., direction of Jones Funeral Home You Can Eat Our Buffet Consists of Many Delicious Items sUnder
Keystone Heights, Florida died R. D. Anderson, Midland.Texas Starke, Fl.Wilda .
Tuesday; August 7 In Bradford Herbert Anderson, Raiford, Fl andGuy the Same Ownership Since 1983
Hospital following a long illness. T. Anderson of Lawtey, FL.
Born In Meadows, Illinois on Jan. 3, Two sisters; Carrie Mae Rosier and M. HardyMrs.
1910, he moved to Keystone Heightsin Margie M. Gardner both of Starke, Wilda Mildred Hardy, 67, of NOW OPEN MON Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m.Iii 2:30 p.m.; Dinner 5:00 pm til 9:30 pm.
1972 from Crystal Lake, III. Fl. Starke died Tuesday, July 31 In VvnVvuVv S-i'jrday-5:00 pm til 9:30 pm. Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm;
He was a member of Community Funeral services were held at Bradford Hospital following a long FOR LUNCH ONLY; Dinner 5:00 til 9
pm pm
Church, Keystone, retired security 11:00: a.m., graveside, on Monday, _
guard for the prison system,lifetime August 6 with Rev. James Cowart see Obituaries page 12B
member of the American Legion, conducting the services. Intermentwas
lifetime member Moose Lodge and a in Dyal Cemetery, Starke
lifetime member Illinois Police under the direction of Jones FuneralHome
Association. Starke,FL.
Survivors include his wife,Lucille
Mae Painter, Keystone Heights and ELECTD.
one sister, Ruth E.Painter of Elgin Emma R. WeaverMrs. I
III. Emma Rene Weaver, 79, of
Funeral services for Mr. Painter Starke,Florida,died Friday,August
will be held at a later date in Com 3 at home,801 S.Water St.,Apt.706
munity Church Keystone Heights following a long illness.Born in Mor- M. HALECOUNTY
with Rev. Buddy Friedlin conduction riston, F.on June 18, 1911, she mov-
the services. Interment will be ed to Starke 15 years ago from .
under the direction of Jones Funeral Williston Fl. She was a member of
Home, Keystone Heights, Fl. Bradford Baptist Church.American COMMISSIONER,,- DISTRICT 4
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mother is quick to py once it reaches training age is Paid Political Advtrawnivnt "YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED"
point out that Katlend can only go Into what people find most difficult about Helen A.Heney,Campaign Treasurer
stores and to school If Gretchen is raising the puppies. -
given permission to take her in. "It's very difficult Harden said.
Sue Harden of Southeastern Guide "You keep it for a year and you gel
Dogs said it is very important the attached. ",, i.l 3
puppies learn as much as they can However, Harden said, Gretchenwill M Announces
about places they may be asked to get a chance to see Katlend
guide a blind person through. again once Katlend has completedher
"The more exposure it has as a guide dog training with her new
puppy, the easier it is to train it," owner.
Harden said.Harden Harden knows firsthand how
said Gretchen and others much seeing the dog again means to 1990 CLEARANCE SALE
who are raising the puppies are also those who raised her for a year.
responsible for the safety and health Harden is herself blind and has her
care of the puppies.This means fre- own guide dog.The people who rais-
quent trips to a veterinarian for ed her dog occassionally visit In-Stock Must Go!
Katlend who has already had her Harden and the dog they raised for a
first checkup."The year.
vet did the check up and "My dog's always happy to see
made fun of Katlend because she them," Harden said. "She jumps Up to $4,000Discounts
was fat," Gretchen said. around."
Fortunately for Gretchen's Gretchen said once Katlend is
parents Alachua County 4-H sponsors ready to leave her and go into guide
fund raisers such as dog washesto dog training she plans to apply for a and Financing
raise money to counter new puppy to raise to help ease the ,.
veterinarian costs. pain of letting Katlend go. But, she '
Gretchen's mother Iindat siidshe }. said she will. always...miss Katlend. Rates: As::4owAs \
-U4. b 1levesrechenwif'learn .
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much from Katlend as Katlend '"I don't want tier to go,but l:I know : 1 'i
learns from her. The two, she said someone else needs heuch more 7.9nt.
are almost inseparable already,andKatlend than I do," Gretchen said.
Is learning quickly. 1991 S-1O
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IllneB Born in Chattanooga, Ten- PI..Four daughters; Sherry Tucker, with Archie Tanner Funeral Home McKinney of Jacksonville. Two Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Kirkland of Jacksonville, four
nessee on Feb. 7,1923 she moved to Kimberly FuUwood and Tame Llnd- of Starke In charge of ar daughters; Joyce Ryal of Lake City, Starke In charge of arrangements. daughters; Mrs. Elaine Taylor and
Starke in 1989 from Altus. sey all of Gainesville and Ann Ruth, rangements. Fl and Lorene Nunery of New Symra Mrs. Jackie Brown both of Car-
Oklahoma. She was a member of Atlanta, Ga.. His mother Geneva --- Beach, Fl. Five brothers; Charlie ryville, Mrs. Sue Taylor of Lowtey
Catholic faith. She retired from the Tucker of Keystone Heights; one Mae M. VarnesMrs. Dyal of South Carolina and Jerry and Mrs. Edle Long of Jacksonville.
U.S.Air Force and U.S.Civil Servicein sister, Myra Morgan of Keystone .Mae McKinney Varnes 87,of Dyal of Starke. Three sisters; Mrs. Louise K. McCraneyMrs. Three sisters Mrs. Vicie Norman
Oklahoma and was a homemaker. Heights; five brothers, Joe Tuckerof Route 4, Box 1286, Starke, died Mon- Bertie Durham of Jacksonville, Mrs. Louise Kirkland McCraney, and Mrs. Kathleen Norman both of
Survivors include her husband, Gulfport, Miss, Mike Tucker of day night,August 6 at North Florida Clara Hersey of Starke and Mrs. 65,of Route 5, Box 52, Carryville,Fl, Lawtey and Mrs. Janie Knighton of
Jack Allison Hardy, Starke, Mother, Naples, FL, David Tucker, Regional Hospital In Gainesville, Fl. Peggy Glover of Camp Blanding. died Monday evening, July 31, at Charlotte, N.C. and 11 grand
Mary E. Graeg Starke, three Gainesville, John Tucker, Denver following an extended illness. Born Her step-mother; Alma Dyal of Bay Medical Center in Panama City, children.
daughters' Carol Campbell, Cheryl Co., and Rickey Tucker of Keystone in Hampton, Fl., she was a lifetime Camp Blanding, 17 grandchildren, Fl following heart surgery. She was Funeral services were conductedat
Geddings and Charlent Mahaffey, .Heights. 17 grandchildren. resident of Bradford County. She 23 great grandchildren and 4 great born and raised in Lawtey and 11:00 a.m., Saturday, August 4 at
Charleston,S.C..Four sons; Charles Funeral services were held at was a member: of First Christian -great. grandchildren. Highland area. She moved to Carry Cinnamon Street Baptist Church
and Curtis Jacoby of Charleston, 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 8 at Church, Starke and retired from Funeral services will be con- ville, Fl some six years ago where with Rev. Leroy Dalrymple officiating
S.C., Clint Jacoby, Ft. Knox, Ken- Pine Congregational Holiness Sunland Training Center as a cottage ducted at 2:00 P.M., Thursday she has resided since. She was a Burial was held in
and Driver, Starke. Valley member of Cinnamon Street Baptist Highland Baptist Church Cemetery,
tucky Jimmy August 9 at the Chapel of Archie
Church in Starke with Rev. David supervisor.
One brother Joseph Morrison,Tam- Buf- Tanner Church in Clay Hill. Highland, Fl with Archie Tanner
Hodges and Rev. Ronnie Surrency Survivors include four sons; Funeral Home with Rev.
pa and 19 grandchildren. officiating. Burial was in Providence ford "Blue", Mathew and G. W. Charles Softer officiating with burial Survivors Include two sons; Funeral Home, Starke, in charge of
Memorial services will be held at Cemetery at Windsor Fl McKinney all of Starke and Frand!. !Brown! Cemetery near Starke with Wayne Kirkland -, Starke and Ronnie arrangements. .
a later date under the direction of
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Kenneth J. LoperMr. I /

Kenneth J. "Kenny" Loper, __ '
42, of Lake Geneva died Friday,
August 3 in the V.A.Medical Center, SELLOUT
Gainesville following a brief illness. j A : _
Born in Bradford County on March .
II, 1948 he lived most of his life in the
Lake Geneva area. sn
He was of Baptist faith, served In
the U. S. Army, 1967-1969an
automobile mechanic and electri-
Survivors include his wife,
Carolyn Loper, Lake Geneva, one "' stav.t
son, Scott Allen, Starke. One
brother, Frank Loper, Americus,
Ga., one sister Dottie Varnes, r Wlai
Starke and step-father, Clinton Bur- !lt s S NEW 1'ul cfls..of aC aAlort.l

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