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 16, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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seen today, Thursday, August 16, and temperatures will again l.9"'... . .. . .. .. ..,,.7.IA
range Into the mid-90s. The sunny and hot weather should. continue Sport. .. . . . .. ...IIA
through the weekend. ,

With the 90*degree temperatures again,we can expect afternoon SICTION s> 12 Pog.Rpr .. t 32611d

and evening thunderstorms to develop, some locally hard,but brief ...ntatlv. Grant.. .. .. .ISPollc It
rains and short-lived high winds Beat . . . ...IB
Tropical Storm Fran,again diminished to only a tropical wave,Is Kerns of Intoreit . . ,3.S.M
moving westward in the eastern Caribbean Sea and shows signs of land Sol.. . . . ...4*
regaining strength. The westward drift should keep it away from ClauHUd A.....,. .. .. ... 7.SB _
the U.S.-No danger to us is forseen. Area H.we. .. .. . .'.111 Sweetest Strawberries
Side of
Sunrise was at 6:58: this morning,with sunset at 8:10; daylight Oblluarl.. ... . .. 121
hours are 13h 12m. tilth Year STARKE. FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
5th Issue Thursday, August Iff. 19AO USPS062-700

N'fJling ;r : Phone

Pop Warner Football... A ., RatesRising

Sign ups for Pop Warner Footballare

being conducted at practice .
every night, Monday thru Friday if
from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. at the
fairgrounds. Children 7-13 years old
may participate. Signups open until
August 31.ChilesNelson.
Debate... The Florida Public Service Com-
mission has scheduled public hearings
Competing candidates for Governor in Tallahassee and Fort Walton
of Florida, Lawton chniles and Beach, to hear public comments on
Bill(Nelson, will debate at 8 p.m. i + .i ,. the proposed rise in telephone rates
Thjursday, Aug. 16, TV Channel 4, requested by Centel.
Jacksonville. : I The PSC has granted an interim
-r r r -. i w'r rate increase of $1,142,672, or 5.26
Post 314.
.. percent, pending the outcome of the
A meeting Is scheduled today, rate case, indicating that the PSC
Thursday, Aug. 16, 8 p.m. at the has already deemed a rate increase
Post home. All members are urgedto appropriate. The request from
attend. Refreshments will be {il J Jr4.Y ,, ,, ,4rY' .: .' Centel was for $3.66 million in In-
served. terim rates and a permanent rate In-
crease Of $18,087,736.The .
Democrat Ex. Comm... service hearings are held to
allow customers to comment on the
The Democratic Executive Com- proposed changes and the quality of
mittee of Bradford County will holda service received from Central
breakfast meeting at Denny's Telephone.

Restaurant, Friday, Aug 17, 8 a.m. ', Anyone can make a statement to
All DEC members and Democratic the commission. Customers wishing
candidates are cordially Invited to to testify before the commission are
attend. Plans for political rallies encouraged to arrive early.
will be discussed. The first hearing was held in

Tallahassee August 15, room 106,
Lake Butler Singles.... Fletcher Building, 101 East Gaines
Dancing and socializing Sa't t. Aug Street at 6 p.m. The second hearing
18, 12 noon to 8 p.m. at The Loop New Boat Ramp and Pier set for Sampson Trestle... is scheduled for August 20, in the

Lakeside park Casual or dressy attire Fishermen are having a hard time getting boats Into the water at the The county has approval to build a boat ramp and a pier on the west Fort Walton Civic Center, 109
Admission: $4 members $3 boat ramp on Trestle road, due to the low water levels. side of the railroad track on land donated to by J.D. Odom, then boaters Miracle Strip Parkway Southeast
non-members. ROCK BUFF band The canal above connects Rowell Lake and Sampson Lake, giving going Into Sampson Lake won't have to go under the railroad trestle. (Highway 98) at 6 p.m. CDT.
will be playing. All singles over 21 boaters a choice which lake they want to use. Whether or not to bid the project out or use county labor Is up to the Maxie Norton, Norton Com-
munications in Starke has tried
welcome. AI Wilson, launching his boat above, Is from Lake City but Is a frequent County Commission. The Starke Bass Club started the project Hi years far to,have so
Families visitor to the lakes.The current lake level is as low as ever he has seen,he ago. Money for the project comes from fees from fishing licenses and unsuccessfully, a public
Against .. hearing in Starke.
Drugs. Is in Alloca-
says. boating registrations and the Florida Boating Improvement
Families Against Drugs (FAD) Some fish are being caught but the fish don't bite as well when the lion and Is on account In Tallahassee. Next item is for county commis- Phone
will hold its first meeting of the water Is down, the Telegraph was told., sloners to get the project rolling. (See Rates..P.ZA>

'new school year Tuesdy, Aug. 21 at

: p.l11..at the VoTechCenter..- .. .. .. . .. .. .
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we Ribbon make week."Anything plans. for our October Red What. Are We Paving Taxes For, SE County., Residents Ask I I

"We pay our taxes and I don't the floor as 9 p.m. approached, explained However, there some 1,600 mobile assessments all over the county go Alvarez. In fact, Alvarez said, some
A Cole Porter musical comedy by know what we get for it," said Ms. his jail troubles, how home decals sold In the county on values on Lake Geneva have been
the Community Players will open Lou Miller, who acted as chairmanof deputies have other duties and only which the owners elect to buy rather up.A depreciation factor is Includedin reduced, going on what the lots are
Friday, August 17, and will con- a group of southeast county six are left to patrol the entire coun- than have the property assessed for the assessments. The same selling for. More of that will come
tinue the 18th., 24th'and 25th, at the residents questioning Property Appraiser ty. Finally, one citizen told the tax roll. Mobile home tags square foot costs are applied to unless it rains, Alvarez said.
Woman's Clu ,. Dinner is at 6:30 Jimmy Alvarez and Sheriff Etheridge he appreciates the average around $53, the tax collec- similarly constructed homes, but a Why not raise the assessment of
with performances at 8 p.m. Buffet Kenneth Etheridge. sheriff's problems, but was more In- tor's office says. The collector gets depreciation factor brings the value every property owner 39 percent to
dinner will be catered by Dexter's Some 80 persons, mostly older terested in why there is never a $2.50 per decal; the rest goes to the down for older homes, depending on get everybody on the tax roll, it was
Cafe Gourmet. Tickets $12.50. A retired residents who live around the deputy in the southeast county area. state, and is remitted back to the how much they are depreciated, asked. "I can do it, but I won't
special matinee is scheduled for northeast side of Santa Fe Lake and Etheridge agreed that end of the local municipality and half to the Alvarez said. because it isn't right," Alvarez.
Sunday, Aug 19, 2 p.m. Tickets $5. the surrounding area met in' the county has less law and fire protection school board and half to the county. Are property taxes going up Alvarez said he would support a
Senior Citizens discount: $3.50. Faith Presbyterian Church on SR-21 Alvarez says a lot and a mobile because the special assessments utility tax, on which homeowners
midway between Keystone Heightsand So did County Commissioner Joe home many times are valued at less didn't pass, asked one resident. would pay on the amount of electricty -
BMS Orientation... Melrose. They live in Bradford Riddick, who was present. Riddick than $25,000 homestead exemption, Alvarez hedged on that, but later used. A Clay Electric employeesaid
Orientation for new students at County but have Melrose addressesand pointed out the county commission and don't pay any taxes. said property taxes could be lower if several counties have gone to
Bradford Middle School is set for telephone numbers with a 475 approved two new deputy positionslast The Santa Fe Lake residents the assessments were in place. the utility tax but property taxes
Thursday, August 23 at 7 p.m. in prefix.The. year with the agreement that repeatedly asked if Alvarez ap- Chester Moody, a Brooklyn Lake haven't gone down.
the Middle School cafeteria. All southeast Bradford residentssay one deputy would be stationed in the praises their homes every year. "I resident, said the increasing property -
parents and students are Invited. they hardly ever see a sheriff'scar southeast county area. Etheridge. really don't believe there's a person values are causing a hardship on The Sheriff.
lake ..
residents who bought
here with lake front property whose
The many
in the area, their roads are full of agreed Riddick was right.
Theressa all ..'. potholes, and emergency medical sheriff said he had a deputy in the (property) value hasn't gone up front property when prices were There is a deputy sheriff for each
services come from the Town of Keystone Heights area hired but he each year In the past 4-5 years. much lower, and now are having a 2,318 people in the county. The na-
A fish fry and political rally Is set Keystone Heights rather than the quit after six weeks because of the Wasn't there an edict," one person difficult time paying the taxes and in tional average is one deputy to 1,000
for 5:30: p.m. Saturday! Aug. 25 at county. Plus, they say, they cannot constant pressures of making one asksed. danger of being forced to sell. people, Etheridge said.
the Theressa Community Center. dial 911 and get results quickly call after another Alvarez said no, property values Alvarez sympathized, but said he After other duties and responsibilities -
Dinners: $3.50. Sponsor: Theressa because of all the relays from one Answering questions Appraiser don't increase every year. It takes has to value the property by the only six of the county 11
Volunteer Fire Department. phone system to another. Alvarez explained that 70-75 percentof four or five years for his five market value. Comparable sales are deputies are actually on duty to
These same complaints have been Bradford acreage is classified as employees to reassess the entire used, Alvarez said. cover the county, the sheriff said.
School Starts...., voiced for years. What brought the agricultural, which drops property county. But there continues be a There are people with a lot of Of the 11, one serves court papers,
Aug. 27 is the first day of the citizens together for two recent In- values from$1,500 per acre to$175 to state edict to raise property valuesto money who pay big prices for lake one is an investigator, a chief depu-
1990-91 school year in Bradford formation sessions was last year's $240 per acre. Alvarez also pointedout their market value, Alvarez said. front property, said Alvarez. Then ty, and one drives inmates to the
County. Bus routes will be same as dramatic increase In property that two large timber com- Has property gone up that is not on the new homeowner wonders why doctor, dentist, and other Institu-
at the end of last year.. values last year around Santa Fe panies,Jefferson-Smurfitt, formerly a lake, another resident asked. Yes, the property next door isn't valued tionsleaving six deputies.
said there is
and said Alvarez. The appraiser's office the same. Alvarez no Etheridge said he hopes to have a
Teachers report Aug. 22.. Lake, and still the county servicesare Container Corp., 36,000 acres,
no better than ever. Rayonier, Inc., 28,000, own a lot of works in different areas of the coun- choice but to Increase the value of deputy soon who will live on Bedford
Appraiser Alvarez anwered Bradford acreage, which cuts downon ty each year, he said. lakefront property to its market Lake.
Hampton Rally... ques- In value. If not for the six volunteer
tions about property values and how the total of property values.To Components appraising property -
The city of Hampton cordially Invites -' his office goes about reappraisingthe change the current $25,000 are the land, the building, a work Alvarez said lake front on Santa deputies working on weekends, he
all candidates running for county for better than an hour homestead exemption law would require shed, a swimming pool, or a deck ad- Fe is assessed at $400 per front foot; couldn't cover the county, said
political office to attend rally during which nobody left the a change in the state constitu- ded could mean an increase in on Hampton at $350; on Crosby at Etheridge."If .
Saturday, Sept. 1. 6 p.m. at Hamp-- meeting room. Alvarez said the felt tion, Alvarez said, and he doubts it assessment, Alvarez said. $125, and on Sampson at $150-160. we have any protection, I don't
ton City Par. Ail candidates will the residents were after Informationand can be done at this time. Some years land is revalued all What about the value of KH area know where it is," one man said."We're .
have an opportunity to speak. were cordial and appreciative of Currently,61 percent of some 5,000 over the county. Other years lakes in which the water is going part of the county, too,"
Refreshments, country and his answers. Bradford property owners pay ad- building costs go up and buildingsare down, asked another resident. Will said Santa Fe Lake resdldent Harold
bluegrass and gospel music will Sheriff Etheridge, finally getting valorem taxes; 39 percent do not. revalued. When that happens, the assessment go down? Yes, said Hill.

follow the rally. .

BMS Majorettes.., Slater Stephens Named Deans As New School Term Nears .

The BMS Majorettes are holding ,

a car wash Sat. Aug. 18 at the Com- Two dean of students positions tranfers from one school to another professionals for the 1990-91 term on- charge of the warehousing and pur- buses, four per year, over the next
munity Bank parking lot from 9 were filled Monday night, Aug. 13, ''are being approved except when the ly.The chasing, was named to succeed two years through the bid programof
a.m. until 1 p.m. $1 per car. John Slater at Bradford Middle school being transferred to is over- school board also approved a Register as operations director. But the State Department of Educa-
School and Rick Stephens at Brad' crowded. change in the administrative chart, in a recent change Reddish has been tion. Talking to Chief Mechanic Ed-
ford High School In action which for this term only eliminatesthe retitled as director of purchasingand win Vie kerr. Supt. Jim Duncan said,
Upcoming... personnel the warehousing. Assistant "This won t really get us ahead"
operations director, position Supt.
reported to the school board. .. Administrators were talking to a
scheduled in the now-retired McLeod is now working with meaning the school distdrict will stil
Public meetings Teachers return to work Monday, guidance counselor "who looked held last year by the Wayne
coming weeks are: Aug. 20 and student return the Eugenia Whitehead Lennard Re ister. the transportation system. have buses on the road older than 10
The Starke Board of Adjustmenthas following Monday, Aug. 27. director of student services, told the "You don't want us to change Reddish's salary did not go up when years. "It'll really help, though,"
scheduled a meeting Wednesday Most all crucial positions In every school board. A speech therapist re- anything else, do you,'! asked Board he assumed the operations answered Vickery. Most school
August 15,7:30 p.m. to discussthe schools are filled, said Supt. Jim' mains unavailable, said Denise Member Len Schlof man. director's job and has not been buses, except a few older ones, now
medical waste incinerator.The Duncan. A few teachers living in Adams, director of exceptional "I'd prefer you didn't. I know the reduced, says Supt. Duncan.In have diesel engines, Vickery said,
Bradford County Commis- temptation," said Supt. Duncan, answering a board member's ques-
Gainesville resigned late when they education and the pre-kindgarten other action, the school board: '
sion meets Wednesday, August 15, got jobs closer to home but those programs. Supt. Duncan said the drawing laughter from the audience tion.
7:30: p.m at the courthouse. positions have been filled., salary of the speech therapist will be of mostly school administrators.Mike Approved a committment to school pur- (See ScllOOl..P.2A( )
The Starke City Council meets Supt. Duncan said student used to employ two para- Reddish, who had been .In chase eight 66-passenger
Tuesday August 21,7:30 p.m. at

City Board The Hall Bradford meets TuesdaY County August School rr, 7 Leaving Campus At Lunch Is Real Senior Privilege, Principal Says .

the District 01 fice, ..
'p.m. at it is Impossible wants to hold .is low us possible so enough seating in the cafeteria so
of students off
Bradford County Board "I'm to true'senior that the In- are campus
The make it to
trying a Ms. Steele hopes can afford the lunches which that every students who wants to eat
monitor such activities as parents
Adjustment meets Tuesday, August. ,privilege, said new BHS creased campus patrolling will now cost $1 for elementary students, there will have a seat, Ms. Steele
7 at City Hall. Principal Paula Steele 'of difficult for under Illegal drug use.
28, p.m. senior make it more asked $1.10 at the middle school and $1.25at says.
board members
The Bradford County Commission class members with to leave School
leaving campus for classmen cars campus.
hal set the first public hearing lunch. School officials are "totally Supt. Duncan to talk with Ms. Steele the high school. .teachers assigned to duty at'
and bring a recommendation to she Bus routes will be the same as at various places on
on Its budget for Thursday. August Plans call for fencing a parkingarea opposed" to underclassmen leaving campus.
the last of the 1989-90 term.
3U, 7:30: p.m. at the commission in front of the ROTC building campus, says Supt.Jim Duncan. Sept. 27 meeting. picture Identification cards, cod-
meeting room in the courthouse.The where senior class members who Bids to fence the are in front of the Steele hopes to cut down on student ed with a separate color for each
Starke Zoning meets drive cars park. At lunch ROTC building were let Aug. 13. loitering by having: resource class, issued to each student. Park
Thursday August 30.Board. in City seniors will be may allowed to leave cam The topic arose at the Aug. 13 Supt. Duncan hopes the job can he officer, a county deputy sheriff, ing stickers will be issued for
Hall school board meeting when Families completed by the Aug. 27 school spend a good deal of time outside on automobiles driven by students. i
pus.Principal Steels hopes to control Against Drugs! requested that the opening, but doubts that will >be the campus. .co-op students who park cars at {
students coming and going on the ,board revise Its current policy of ,done. three lunch periods, which will the vocational school asked to leave
twee Worth Noting..P.JA) campus for I the 1990-91 term which allowing seniors to leave campus for No change Is planned in school cut students out at one time from 500 thorn at Vo-Tech and take a shuttle
begins Aug. 27 for students. Ms. lunch, pointing out that while lunch prices, which,Supt, Duncan ''to around 300. ;There will also be bus to the high school.


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Rec. Dept. Offering After-school: Programs. for Children
Now that summer l.-coming to a will be Sept 21, Ms. Godwinfsays. number who regISter each Wednesday at Pratt Street tennis -
close, it's time to begin thinking Soccer is for ages 47. Clinics are Tennis classes will begin Sept. 26 courts.
about the after school programs offered set Sept.24, 25,and 27 from 3:13: to 4 a Wednesday. The first class willbegin Registration fee for soccer andfootball
by the Starke Recreation p.m. at Pratt Street Field. at 3:15 p.m. for ages 6-12. At is $10, to cover the cost of a
H Department, and which your child Flag football Is for ages 9-12. this clinic participants will be divid- T-shirt and award,and must be paid
might participate in, says Recrea- Clinics will be conducted the same ed Into two classes: Beginners and by Sept.21.Tennis .
tion Director Cheryl Godwin. days as soccer, Sept.24, 25.27 from Advance Beginners. After the first classes are free. The
Registration is set August 27 4-5 p.m.at Pratt Street FIe'd.. clinic, the beginners class will be Recreation Department will furnish
through September 21 for soccer, Games will begin the week of October from 3:15: to 4 p.m.Advanced begin-' balls and racquets to use in class for
flag football, and tennis. Age deter- 1. The days the games will be ners will have class from 4:15-5 those who do not have a racquet.
1 R P mining date Is how old your child played: will be determined by the p.m.. Tennis classes are -scheduled .1
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Education Communication Information

"' Since receiving my Bachelor of Science degree from the University of

Florida in 1972, I have been an educator. Basically, education involves

Browns Get Scholarships... gathering information deciding which facts are important, and

Each of the Brown triplets. Jody, Jennifer and Jason, (above, left to 4 x communicating those ideas to others. Being an EFFECTIVE County
right) have received a scholarship to the University of Florida, upon similar skills.: A County Commissioner must:
transferring there from Santa Fe Community College. ,
Only ten such scholarships were given,and all three received one,bas '$ Educate himself and others about the needs of the county and gain a
ed on high scholastic achievements.
Although Jody earned straight A's In high school, he managed to get thorough understanding of the budget. '
one B at Santa Fe. Jason and Jennifer also got some B's. '' k __ Communicate with his constituents and exchange ideas for solutions to
All three are majoring in psychology,the boys looking towards pre-med
and a final doctorate In medicine; Jennifer more inclined to pursue a problems.
career In dentistry. Make Informed decisions difficult issues.
Jennifer is listed In Who's Who In American Junior College Students for --
her academic record and her activities.She was the first student council EDUCATION COMMUNICATION -- INFORMATION
representative from Starke,and served two years.Jody was also student ; --
council representative last year, elected at large. WHICH IS MOST IMPORTANT?

The Right Answer? All Three... The Right Choice? GREG ALVAREZ
Zoning Board Approves :

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3 New Cable TV SitesCounty crt

zoning board members the towers;he said,and a small 6' by y GREG ALVAREZ ....THE RIGHT CHOICE
denied two requests at a regular 10' building. The site will be main-
meeting Tuesday night,July 31,and tained by a full time maintenanceand Pd.PoL Adv.-Dem. COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT
approved sites for three television service man who will also main
cable receiving stations. tain the site, Maddox said.
Harold T.Wadsworth's request fora The Wadsworth Story...
change from OR, open rural, to I, Harold T. Wadsworth, resident
industrial,was denied because it"is just south of the hardshell Baptist
not compatible with the surrounding Church on Morgan Road, requesteda
neighborhood." zoning change for IVi acre from
James Davis Jr.,of Cocoa Beach, open rural to industrial, to continue TERWILLEGARUSED
was also .den!ed approval for a operating a small fabricating shop,
special exception to sell alcoholic making elevators and conveyors."I .
beverages,beer and wine, at a disco have been in business here two
now in operation In the Peetsville years. Most of my work is off site,"
area,for the same reason,"not com- Wadsworth said,and he works in the
patible with the established land use shop only during daytime hours dur-
pattern" ing the week and not on weekends, CAR YEAR END CLEARANCEHWY
Neighbors in the area opposed the he said.
change. Spokesperson Patricia Several residents In the area complained
Smith described the disco as a little of noise from the "welding
shop for kids, and "we don't want shop" from early morning until late
this (alcohol, beer and wine" ) in"our at night and on weekends,and light 100 & 301 964-7200 STARKE FL,.
nice clean community. from welding torches that might Injure

More TV Cable... "My eyes closest of neighborhood neighbor on children.the northIs INSTANT..FINANCING. ; HIGHEST ,TRADE-IN_ VALUE FOR. _YOUR._ ... ..._ .CAR...
Southeast 1 Cablesystems,Inc., of Dolph Reddish and he is not hereto .. ...."... "...... .
Sebring,requested that three sites in complain, and on the south is a 20 : ". Cherokee j :
1990 Lincoln Town:Car ; :1990Jefip ;isJ: 1 p R"9 riSupercab Y
he .
the county be approved for construc- acre field, explained,so howcan 1 ., ,? r <, :
tion of receiving stations for cable noise be affecting anyone he asked. Signature Series, Fully Loaded, Leather Laredo Lariat
television systems: one west of The reason for living in that $18 49500
US-301 near Morgan Road, one on neighborhood is because it was Int. 11,000 miles. 4x4 Black Cherry Sandalewood clearcoat, 11,000 miles, 6 cyl.
SR-16 east and one on Griffis Loop. peaceful and quiet, said some, and 11,000 miles, !
The stations can serve an area one industrial zone may open up a $ 9950 0 New retail $ Sloe..sale $
about 15 miles distant, said Ken whole new avenue for other things to mm m j 1O,495
Maddox, representing Southeast 1 happen.

Cablesystems The Morgan, of Road Sebring station, Florida.will Martha the zone Wadsworth change,spoke saying In favorof that 1990 Ford Bronco X 1990 Ford F-150 XLT 1989 Jeep Grand

serve from Starke to NW55th street, nobody came to them to complain
whls. trailer
Glass Pares/Board Alum tow
he said. about the business in the two years LWB 300 six, auto, trailer; tilt,cruise,P V. Wagoneer :
One tower out SR-18 east,about Vi they have been operating there and pkg., 301 va, auto/overdrive,white/grey PL, 6000 miles. 4x4, Sandlewood,
mile north on NE 10th St. will serve her two grandchildren have not been leather $" A 49500 t i
the surrounding area there, and the harmed by it. $16 99500 $11 99500 20,000miles. iOj .
third will be located on the north end "You can't see the flash (from ,
of Griffis Loop welding torches) from the road," New retail$26,995 .sale
Each station will have two dish she said.
antennas to receive from satellites The board denied the request on 1989 Ford Aerostar 1989 Mustang LX 1989 Dodge Dakota
and a 72 feet tower to receive the basis that spot zoning is not
regular broadcasts from stations desirable and the I classification is Extended, Eddie Bauer, Fully loaded, aux. Convertible Sport\
within the area. They will be on a 40' not compatible with the residential A/C, stereo cass, equalizer, seat/bed combo,
by 40' site, no guy wires needed for neighborhood. 20,000 miles. Crystal Blue, auto, fully-loaded Black, roll bar

$14 99500 $4 -fl OQfioom $9,99500.

Phonefrom '
1989 Ranger XLT PU 1989 F-150 Lariat SWB 1988: Jeep comanche

page 1A 302 VS..auto, O/dnve.! loaded, black/reCIlnt. PU
The interim rates,set by the com- synopsis of rate changes is availablefor 11,800 miles
Black/W, 12,300 miles AC stereo
mission at its July 31 special agenda customer inspection at all Cen- cass.
conference, will go into effect tral Telephone Company of Florida $6,995 g
September 16. The Interim rate in- offices.A $12,495 $5,995
crease will raise residential rates
from $6 to $6.32 and business rates final vote on the rate Increase
1988 F-150 4x4 LWB 1988 GI 3 Dr
from $13.48 to $14.19. request will be taken on January Hyundai 1988 Ranger 364V
Several hundred rate elements are 30-31, 1991. at a special agenda XLT ACstereo
Yamaha ProY 150
proposed for change,and a complete meeting, also in Tallahassee.) '
Black/Silver; fully loaded! Hummingbird electronics, trailer

School $1 0,99500 2,795 $12,495 I

from page 1A 1988 Chevy StepsldeScottsdale 1988 Jeep GrandWagoneer 1988 Tempo GLS 4dr

.Agreed with Maxie Norton, option to renew me present contract SWB White/grey trim tilt cruiSe PL,PW LIKE
of Norton's Communications, of architect
owner Spires Drives.
to oppose, before the Florida Public Was told by Supt. Duncan that 305,auto, Ac, 14,000 miles. Fully loaded, white/leather Int
Services Commission, the rate In- health insurance rates won't go up
crease sought by Central Telephone this year. The school system's $49
Co.,which has exchanges in Starke, health insurance Is administered by $,9,99500 QQCOO $6,495
Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. County the NE Florida Education Consortium flMj
commissioners last week also based in Palatka.Supt.Duncan
agreed to oppose the rate increase. said the life Insurance program of- 1988 Lincoln Town Car 1988 Olds ClerraBrougham 1987 Jeep Wagoneer

: fers school employees a chance to 4 dr, Sandlewood metallic, alloy whls, dual Hardtoppower
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August 18.1990 TELEGRAPH Pact. 3A

I Hampton Not in Compliance Bond Issue, But Audit Still Okay I

._n__. p__ _
by Marcia Goodg A continues to make the payments. 'I) Take and keep a complete council and will be formerly ac- public roads, sidewalks and mblic Shaw also told the council that if
ICY Staff Writer Farnsworth said he realizes that physical Inventory of all fixed assets cepted at the next regular meeting. parking facilities. the contract is not signed,the county
The city of Hampton Is technically Hampton is a small city, and like (aU Items owned by the city in- The ordinance also makes it Illegal would refuse to allow Hampton gar-
not In compliance with rule other small cities everywhere, does cluding vehicles,furniture etc:)and Error on Workman's to consume alcohol on private bage to be put into the landfill.
its bond issue, but otherwise governing the- not have the money or manpower to attach permanent identification Comp. Insurance Bill property without the permission of "Unless you plan to make a dump
annual audit for 1989 checked out comply with all the best accounting numbers. Councllmember Jane Hall noted the property owner. for the city of Hampton,you're going
fine, said auditor Pat Farnsworth. procedures as outlined by the state 3) A few bills have been paid In the that a bill sent to the city from its Any person violating this or- to have to sign it," he said. "I
The bond issue are fund the and federal government. 'There are past without an invoice. Farnsworth workman's comp insurance carrier dinance will be arrested and tried. If guarantee that they will not allow
borrowed to construct their original city some things that I am going to be told the city that an Invoice Is needed was an error. The bill stated that an convicted, the ordinance providesfor our garbage in the dump."
water system, and are paying back telling'you about every year during In addition to a printed bill sent on audit done by the Insurance carrier a maximum $500 fine or 60 daysin Hampton's garbage is picked up
In monthly payments. : your audit" he said, "I know you the city's various accounts. No found that the city had not paid the jail, or both. The odinance went by private contractor Randy
The agreement governing the can't really do anything about it and payments were made without bills correct amount and that it owes the Into affect Tuesday Aug. 14, after Gaskins,who pays a fee at the Brad:
repayment of the funds require that you know you can't,but by law i still attached to show what the money carrier $944 more.Workman's the council voted on it. ford landfill when he dumps the gar
have to tell was for, but bills did bage. County officials that fees
the city maintain a reserve account you every year. some not come comp Insurance is say
which it does. The non-compliance One such issue Involves the rules with invoices paid for based on a percentage of the Should Garbage Assess.Be collected are not enough to continue
'on internal control. The rules 4) Sometimes the safe operation of the landfill and
comes into the picture when discuss- say reimbursements total payroll. Hall said that the insurance en-
ing the amount that should be kept In that If the best accounting procedures for travel expenditures are not properly auditors Included money Extended 2 Years? vironmentally safe closure of the
that account. Farnsworth told the are followed different peo- documented. Documentationshould paid to the Bradford County The council tabled the Issue of ex- areas no longer in use. The assess
council that enough should be,.,. pie should be responsible for collecting be Improved In this area. Sheriffs Department for protection tending the current $75 assessment ment is intended for that.
kept In that account money to make the money and making deposits. 5)Water rates should be revised to before Marshal police for garbage. The original agree- The council wondered if Gaskins
bond Issue payment for However a town the size of Hampton coyer expenses to the water system. began working for the city. ment, made three years ago was could find another place to dump
one month
and the total of that account at the can't afford to hire two clerks (This was done within the last few That money was paid as a contract five years for every other city in the Hampton's garbage. Hall suggested
time of the audit would not cover it. just to satisfy this rule. months.) which meant that It was covered county, but for some reason someone meeting with county officials and
Farnsworth also told the council Hampton will simply have to be Farnsworth told the council that under the county's workman's on Hampton's council wrote Gaskins at the next regular meetingand
that requirements state should content with having this item men- the city stayed within its budget in comp not Hampton's.The in three years Instead of five. allowing the public time to make
have another account called they sink- tioned In the audit every year Farn- the general fund and that it didn't council authorized Clerk The county wants Hampton to ex- their wishes known.In .
ing fund, which would, cover costs sworth noted. No further action will spend more than it brought In. Many Williams to write a letter to the In- tend the agreement for two more
and unexpected maintenance the ever be taken on it. times, he noted, a city will stay surance carrier stating that they years so that it will be on the same
on Other items mentioned in the audit within Its level with other cities.Councilmembers .
water system. The'city does not budget, but revenues turn disagreed with the bill. The bill
have a sinking fund, said Farn- report as needing correction (some' out to be less than expected,and the states that penalty will be assessed balked at approving Other Action...
sworth. of which have already- been 'corrected city overspends. This did if it Is not paid by Aug. 20. the extention, still recalling The council:
) Included: to Hampton in the general fund public outcry against the new proposed Ordered the posting of a notice

Technically, the city Is In non- 1) Maintain better records of In the enterprise fund (water Open Container Ordinance emergency assessment medical services for fire which and stating that Hampton does not
compliance with their agreement on water deposits. "This problem goes fund) the city did not generate Passed on 2nd ReadingThe they refused earlier this year. discriminate against any race, sex,
the bond issue and If the lending Institutions back a long way" said Farnsworth.It enough revenue to cover expenses. council voted unanimously to Attorney Shaw noted that the gar creed, religion, etc. This is a re-
wished to do so,they could was noted that new Clerk Martha The water rates were raised as a pass an ordinance making it illegalto bage assessment has nothing to do quirement made necessary by the
repossess Hampton's water system. Williams had already greatly im- result of this. consume alcohol on city property with the new assessment. "You CDBG grant rules.
However Attorney Gene Shaw proved the records in this area,and "I would say this is, in general a (including the park school, recreation made the contract three years ago, Set budget hearings1st on
noted it is highly unlikely that they that more improvement Is forthcom good audit," said Farnsworth. centers) and also making it illegal you committed yourself to the principle Thursday, Sept. 13,at 7 p.m.2nd on
will do so, especially since the city ing. The audit was examined by the to possess an open container on ," he said. Friday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m.

Local Gas Prices Follow National TrendGasoline

prices in Starke have on station on N. Temple Ave., at
followed the national trend by rising $1.259. Stark.Gasoline Prices Today and On.Month Ago
dramatically since the Iraqi inva- The major brands are setting the
sion of Kuwait which stirred up pace for lowest prices in Starke, at llallonl .og. Plus Prom.
uncertainty about future imports present: Texaco at$1.119,Suwannee Today July It Today July 19 Today July 19 Radiator & AC Shop
from the oil-rich
desert areas of the Swlfty (selling Chevron gas) is Handl-Way 11.159 'I.Olt. 11.259 11.059 11.339 11.159
mideast.A $1.129 and Amoco next at$1.159.The U'I Champ 1.179 1.010 1.259 1.0st 1.359 1.159
one percent, one cent on the Mobil stations are third at $1.169. Hurst Exxon 1.259 1.069 1.3" 1.169 1.349
dollar,rise in sales tax on gasoline in Handi-Way, on SR-16 west, is also Mobil 1.16' 1.029 1.179 1.139 1.3a9 1.239
Florida, effective July 1, bringing( holding at$1.159. Mollc Mark.5. 1.119 1.01t 1.259 1.059 1.319 1.159 964-9 H
the gasoline sales tax to 6' in line yi '
%, Sholl 1.199 1.039 1.319 1.1"9 1.19 1.2"9 ?? *. w r t- jj /
with general sales taxes,"was ignored -'- The folowing chart shows the cur To.aca 1.119 1.01t 1.239 1.139 1.339 1.239
temporarily by the oil companies rent prices compared to prices noted Coastal 1.l7t 1.01t 1.259 1.0"9 1.359 1.139Amoco
but in the past couple of July 19 in The Telegraph.The 1.159 1.049 I.SI9 1.209 1.399 1.219
weeks" they seem to be "catchingup. Po-O 1.17t 1.019 1.279 1.059 1.379 1.159 Radiators u- -
I..on, south 1.199 1.049 1.299 1.159 1.399 1.259
In Starke, lowest prices for newly opened Suwannee Swit- Iowan".. Swifty 1.129 1.259 1.169 1.309 1.259 Air Conditioners r-J
regular grade self serve gasoline is .ty No. 307 which opened on East Brakes Heater Cores
now $1.119, at the Texaco station,' Madison Street, 'near Southside
corner of Madison St. and US-301. Elementary, recently featured Water Pumps Urn *c *
Highest price noted this morning, regular unleaded gas at $1.069() and shift before raising the price to last week was $1.099 by the Handy
I Wednesday,August 15,Is at the Exx- pumped 4,000 to 5,000.gallons per $1.129 Sunday<
, Owned and Whitaker
Rec. Dept. Organizing Coed Softball, Volleyball for FallThe Operated by Spike
Open Mon.-Sat. Corner Orange St.
Starke Recreation Depart- least three women on the field at all on Tuesday nights (only one game a in this league, contact the Recreation 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. & Edwards RoadeElect
ment is organizing the Coed Softball times In this league. We use one umpire week). Department at 964-6792 by Friday -
League for this fall. If you are Interested and the home team is responsible Coed Volleyball Is offered throughthe September 7, 1990.
..JnJwxing! a team in the for keeping score. The cost is VoTech Community Education
League,_.contact the" R creaTt6tt* '.5.00 per game, which,is paid to the. -program and organized by the , -
Pl b U; tlflM4 bs4ttitar: : ::*! Tie.,bt1ore: the.gainer begins....'! .Recreation_ Depa wn t. Games are"
must g e usaull p'Zt6 .lDC) ..
ptember 7,1990. You hffvejt rtI Moawly: etenatp.4lt.tlJttUddie '
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last week in September through the School Gym. TR :
end 'of November or the first of
December,with games being played If yor are Interested in participating
((Worth Noting]

(from page 1A) Joe

Masons To Meet... Festival of the Arts... Chamber Mixer..
Bradford Lodge No. 35 will con- The Santa Fe Community College Tuesday, August 28, at the First
ferr the Fellow Craft degree Aug. needs workers for the 5th annual National Bank of Bradford, W.
22, at 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments Starke Festival of the Arts, set for Madison Street, Prudential-Bache
will be served. October 27& 28. If you can help, Securities, Inc. as host. Bring a
The Master Mason degree will be call SFCC at 964-5382 or the friend or co-worker. The food and CRIUDICK fi
conferred Aug. 27, at a regular Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278. refreshments will be great I _
meeting at 7:30: p.m. A covered

dish Families dinner are will Invited.be served at 8:30.:

BHS Alumni...

The High School Alumni Associa- NOW OPEN
tion has scheduled Its-firM meeting;
of the season Aug. 28 at the :?. Reynolds'Aluminum Bradford Co. Representative on North Central Florida Regional
Western Steer Steakhouse. A dutch
treat dinner at 6 p.m. with meetingat Recycling CenterIn Planning Council, serving as vice chairman to council.
7. We urge all alumni and
friends to come to this meeting and Starke Bradford Co. Representative on New River Solid Waste
help get the-1991 centennial reunion
organized. Your help is.needed and U.S.301 near Washington St. Association Board of Directors
will be Open files through Sat. f
--- 1:30 p.m.to 4:30 p.m. Active Member of Hope Baptist Church

Gator Boosters... At Reynolds Aluminum Recyclingyou Active Member of Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association

Plans have been made for a IantasUc can depend on accurate Retired from A T & T and Previous Owner of R & S Telco Inc.
fun filled as well as Gator weights;fast, convenient service ........ ,
informed year for the Starke Gator and competitive prices for your ,.,= Attended Workshops and Am Prepared to Assist in the Local
Quarterback Club. First meeting aluminum. Look for the .
recyclable .
will Call be 964-6911 Sept. or 6 at 964-7451 the fairgrounds.for Infor- red white and blue "Aluminum. .--A---..... ....,. Comprehensive Planning & Development Act Due in 1991 for

mation and reservations to follow Recycling Pays" trailer. Bradford Co.

the Gators to Alabama,Tennesseeand PlsoiLgssoiAslL.. olint 1'i00r000drs.lArYSarioarsOatd.as saarssa.
Kentucky. Reminder 1 Dues are' Three Children, all graduates of Bradford High School, and
due nowl.Mail to P.O. Box 417.
Three Grandchildren.

I promised you four years of my best as a working

,,"', ,'I.t* HELP MAKE Commissioner, Representing you at workshops,

I conferences and meetings, traveling more miles to

find solutions to complicated problems than all other]

STEVE FUTCHyour Commissioners combined.



SfarAre City Councilman I still do not have all the answers to all

District 1 problems, but with God's Help and Your VoteI

Promise to Continue Seeking and to Serve to

"I'm interested personally not just the Best of My Ability. Thank you for your Vote

professionally in the workings of City and your Trust"for the Future.



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Alternate Fuels Could Have -
Made The old bromide that"Politics makes told the cashier at an Arcadia
-- restaurant that he was sheriff in Key
-- bedfellows"
stange was never more
uJ Present Oil Mess evident that in this 1990 election year- West, she rolled her eyes up and sheriffthere"no said
UnnecessaryBack especially when it comes to the "I wouldn't want to be
running-mates of candidates for gover- doubt because of the town'sreputaUon
nor. Some voters have long wondered as a "din of sin".

in 1986 America was riding high burning spree they apparently thought what Lieutenant Governors are good On another occasion, one man sitting

on cheap gasoline because of the oil glut would never end.Everybody for anywayexcept to delvier votes in around a coffee table, told DeFoor, "I
that happy motorists apparently thought was happy and in areas where they are assumed to have thought you was still In high school,I'm I Dustafson'3t II I II
and draw down salary of .
influence, a surprised to know you're over 21.
would never end. There plenty of President of 'pro
were Reagan's fairyland some $90,000 annually, which could be
warnings that the time would come when sperity". The Energy Department, better spent somewhere ,else. Many Another question arises on the Lieutenant -
Governor front-how voters
oil woundn't flow who Carter voters wonder who needse a lieutenant many
so freely-but was fostered by President to explore would be willing to turn office of Governor
listening? alternate sources of energy was governor anyway% What was wrong over to a man who still looks wet
with the old of letting the Senate
dismantled for all intents and system behind the earsTMacKay
Now Americans are wondering-is the purposes, president take over as acting governorIn I
country on the verge of a shooting war and transformed into a "research and cases of the death in office of the ,
development" arm of the money-rich Mature...
with Iraq because these warnings were govenor% \

blithly ignored when oil was plentiful and Pentagon. Federal funds for conserva- The fact is that the running-mates of Wilborn says "MacKay with his
cheap? tion and alternative energy research gubernatorial candidates are neatly trimmed gray hair and touchesof
dried up. Experiments with heat from the sometimes more of a political debit crow's feet aroung his eyes,looks old
Four years ago American Petroleum of back than an asset ot the Governorhopeful.For enough to be running for statewide of- MacKay--
sun as a source energy, were cut I I
Institute issued this unheeded warning Instance Bill Nelson's choice of fice. He also is the best known of the
by the government because of the oil glut Tom Gustafson a legislator and running mates-a veteran of the U.S.
that was ignored by the nation's"leaders" that seemed never ending. Speaker of the House, with emphasis on Congress and a nearly successful win- II I II

especially those in high placesin Even the struggling U.S. Solar Cor-' the "speak". Gustafson has already got ner of a U.S. Senate race two yean ago. I
the Reagan administration: na- poration at Hampton, that manufacturedglass Nelson in hot water with his flit slip of He has the background of political ser- h I

tion today faces a choice between two panels to collect heat from the sun'srays the lip. as pointed out by Paul Wilborn. vice that would make him a safe successor
staff writer of The Tampa Tribune. He to any Governor.
futures the API said in its
went bust largely because the
that though runningmateswork
says even "This is effort he tolda
report. "In the more dangerous option a grass-roots ,
to in
government withdrew financial supportfor hard at trying be helpful a
receptive crowd In Bartow. "We are
the U.S. and all oil-importing countries this of campaign they may get their partner in
developing source energy. returning politics to the people of the
would face serious new deep trouble with a hasty, off-the-cuff "
energy problemsin Another alternative energy source, Gas- United States. One woman in the
as little as three to five years. The oil ahol, produced from grain alcohol, never remark. crowd said, "I wish he would speak'

'glut' would evaporate, and the Organization got off the ground because of low gas Wilborn tells us that Gustafson spent more powerfully to the issues."
most of last week trying to recover DeFoor
of Petroleum Countries
Exporting prices due to the oil glut. from his snide remarks about Lawton That seems to be the general com-
(OPEC) would regain the influence it I U Ufnfer
Chiles, causing him (Gustafson) to plaint of most voters concerning this
But the glut is and the situa-
once had. This would mean, of course now over publicly apologize to Chiles on Satur- campaign. The only heat so far is that
that OPEC would have complete controlof tion could go From bad to worse, withKuwait's coming In abundance from the 110 '

oil prices.As rich oil fields already taken day.Nelson should have been forewarned degree,August sun. The candidates are Governor.s about Chiles'ability to serveas

over by Iraq, and the U.S. forced to send for spending most of their time talking to
about Gustafson's penchant
or their and the Perhaps the voters will find out
pointed out in a column by Gil Klein, troops to help defend those of Saudi shooting (verbally) from the hip when voters-to against put it crudely-are opponents getting a Thursday night August 16, whenChilesand

a White House correspondent, "Relianceon Arabia from a similar fate. under stress. His susceptibility to foot- belly full. Maybe that will change now Nelson meet to debate (hopefully

imported oil reached a peak in 1977 President Bush has made a half- the mouth House disease when Gustafson was demonstrated said certain in that Gustafson has drawn such the Issues-not themselves) on TV
when the U.S. imported almost half of its crushing criticism for his uncalled-for Channel.
hearted attempt to sanction a new energy needs of the State were more important
petroleum. OPEC was able to send shock strategy for keeping America suppliedwith than those of elderly (senior citizens)

waves i through the American economy by oil into the next century, but accor- because "your sick and disabled will go

using that reliance to boost prices." ding to Klein it is so watered down that out away"of the, inferring picture that anyway.In they. will soon be Lawton Chiles Runs Against Corrupting

when it is finally presented next month it
Americans went to Bat in a determined the heat of floor debate Gustafsonalso
effort to lick the OPEC holdup by str- will list more "options" instead of recom- lost his cool and made an obscene Influence of in Florida Politics
conservation mendations. In his usual manner, Bush finger gesture to a fellow le lator. He Money
ingent through voluntary will likely call for more "study" insteadof also ruffled the feathers of Wild Bill"
measures. Thermostats were adjusted to action.In Bennett, former U.S. Secretary of
use less heating and cooling; more in- Education, by asking him to take a EXCERPTS FROM:

sulation was blown into attics and walls; 1986, Republican Senator James A. message to President Bush. Big Bill THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

speed limits were dropped 55 mph and McClure of Idaho, said Americans were promptly Informed the irate Speakerthat Republican National Committee Chair-
he was no delivery boy for anyone The polls suggest that these attacks
fuel-efficient automobiles became &&fat, dumb, and hafpy" while basking in after which reprimand Gustafson was man Lee Atwater has called Florida. haven't worked. Mr. Chlles's basic reply to

must. trap international and abandoning so"shook up"he had to leave the House Texas and California"the three-megastate such jibes Is that the two Jobs are differ
/efforts to develop alternative energyVBtences .- chamber. His instability wring the session anchor to our entire Sun Belt political ent: Governors as hands.on executives,
These measures worked oil atAmerica's to conserve fuel. became so disruptive that House base." All three statehouses are held by can get things done In a way that U.S. senators
reliance on imported drop., parliamentarian Geore Crady had to Republicans now. and all are up for grabs can't.On-a deeper level Ms response

ped to 35 percent instead of today's 50 Auto manufacturers already have the ; preside ovftl'.JU House a, good.portion of*,, In November. All three states stand to gain evokes one of the recurring themes of poll-
percent. Because of the oil glut, prices capability of producing cars that get 50 the Urne.T., 'I. Ut congressional seats as the result of the 1990 tlcs-tlie collision of hope with disillusion-

dropped to the lowest since the Big miles to the gallon. But up to nowwho Nelson'. app 1 J.Gustafs:
Depression and motorists went: on a gas- cared% because of his name recognition the congressional redistricting process. As a senator, Mr. Chiles was an archi-
whether bad) in the that A recent Mason-Dixon Opinion Re-
( good or hope tect of the congressional budget process."I .
search Inc. poll found Mr. Chiles leading
the ound deliver the votesin "
fiery speaker had such high hopes, he Yet that
his populous home county of 'Mr. Nelson 55, to :36%, despite a recently says.
II Nelson Deals Also QuestionableIn Broward. But he better mend his fences concluded Nelson television blitz. Mr. and system was unable to prevent Congress
with the silver-haired citizens. Chiles also led Incumbent GOP Gov. Bob Reagan from tripling the national
Martinez 53% to :36%. It Mr. Chiles dops debt. Late In his Senate career Mr.
There are some fellow ligislators who Chiles headed the Budget Committee him-
the wake of gubernatorial candidateBill In recent months, the so-called "under- shudder to think what would happen in triumph will be his way-the hard way.

Nelson's repetitious TV commercials dog" Nelson raised question in oft Gustafson were to be called upon to succeed His campaign amounts to an anti-cam\ self."I guess" he reflects as his car carries

critical of his opponent Lawton Chiles'financial repeated TV commercials about Chiles'financial Nelson. paign, a throwback to a simpler era. him toward a campaign stop, "the worst

affairs, the Associated Press affairs, suggesting (without In his article Wilborn says that Because of his selMmposed'contrlbutlonlimitations thing that happened to me was getting to
week disclosed that Nelson himself substantiation) that Chiles dealingswere Gustafson's mouth has already becomean he has run only scattered ad be chairman."
this Issue in the campaign. The same vertisements on cable television. He and
somehow connected to the collapseof His final
has had a series of profitable business could also be said of President Bush's his running mate former Congressman crushingdls1l1uslonment wasa
dealings with an "angel" banker whose a Manatee County bank in 1987. lip. Apparently many politicians have Kenneth "Buddy"MacKay,typically. campaign White House budget summit-not unlike

financial institution collapsed in 1987. What Nelson failed to tell viewers is not yet learned there are some occasions In khakis/ and sport shirts. yet another the budget summit unfolding.
today-after 1987 stock-market crash."I
According to the AP report the bankeris that he, also, had a series of profitable shut. when it pays to keep your mouth Mr. Chiles has always campaigned un began to see that the president! wasn't

Anthony S. Caserta. a Miamian who business dealings with a banker whose in- conventionally. He won his Senate seat In serious the speaker wasn't serious the

joined Nelson in a string of real estate stitution collapsed in 1987.Nelson's Looks Are Deceiving... 1970 as "Walkin Lawton." the low.budget majority'leader wasn't serious," he says.
candidate who hiked from the Florida Panhandle "It was all a charade: I lust' wanted to
Florida during the classic the Allison who
ventures around past TV commercials are a In case of DeFoor
to the Florida Keys. Today Mr. scream. 'This Is a fra But I had helped
Caserta a principal the kettle black. recently resigned as sheriff of Monroe f1.
was the
two decades. case of pot calling which includes that bohemianbaliwick Chiles/ Is banking on his statewide name create it!"

founder in 1982 of the Bayshore Bank: of The big difference however, is that County called Key West, the problem recognition, his reputation for Integrlty- The episode undoubtedly contributed to

Florida, which collapsed five years later. Nelson has multi-millions from affluent Isn't too much talk it's just getting and his hunch that voters are ready to the depression that followed. Will his cur

friends to smear Chiles, while the former'U.S. himself known to the voters as Bob rebel against big-money polities'. rent unorthodox campaign lead to new dis-

Nelson told the St.Pete Times that, Senator has only a modest million Martinez's running-mate. Wilborn That assumption remains to be tested. illusionment?

unlike Chiles, he has fully disclosed all from his $100 per person campaign with says "DeFoor is the unknown In this Incumbent Gov. Martinez Is widely ex- Now: Lawton Chiles Is back in politics
held statewide
race. He has no office petted to spend$12 million to$15 million
with Caserta and that he to Nelson's charges. ; the front-running candidate for Florida'sDemocratic
his dealings which to reply and polls show him bringing little or his re-election campaign. Nomination op-
never received loans from Caserta'sbank. That's the reason there should be a nothing to the Martinez ticket." ponent BUI Nelson spent $1.7 million on his gubernatorial nomination.And

But, according to Nelson's own legal limit to campaign financing in order DeFoor jokingly tells his audiencesthat television blitz. The normally bland Mr. talking possibilities.enthusiastically-not of pain, but of

financial disclosure, he received hun- that each candidate would have an equal his recognition factor has shot up Nelson also has gone on the attack. "What 1 if."he begins. "What I If I could
dreds of thousands of dollars over the fro two percent to three percent-an advance He has criticized Mr. Chiles as Insufficiently
chance to get his or her message acrossto Jump Into the race at the last moment, af-
from his real estate ventures with of 50 percent.At: the age of :38 he o pro-choice on the abortion Issue, ter all the smart
years the people. still has the face of a teenager and the challenged: him to release his Income-tax
Caserta. dimunitive stature of a racehorse returns and. In a debate here presented money had already
He spends: much of his time exp him with a pair of shower thongs to sym- been locked up? \
long that indeed, he is old What If I could win ,
yes "bollze his alleged "flip-flops. Through It
. the IncreaseStatistics .
Teenage Murderers on enough to run for office. all. politely but pointedly, Mr. Nelson has without compromising ; ,
with the
According to Wilburn,'when DeFoor tried to make depression an Issue. big-
money people? Oh,

show that proverty, drugs, motorists over who had the rightofway'on It would be so excit- Y, ,
child abuse, and the widespread and easy ing!" y
availabilty of guns are pushing ever up- city Letters to the Editor LawtonChilesdid '

ward the number of teenagers who are 1989, 2,208 Juveniles nationwide were enter this race at

likely to kill one of their own, or one of arrested on charges on murder or non- the last moment-In Niv!
April, long after his
their elders, including parents. negligent manslaughter, an increase of 25' health problems" (hemorrhoids) could Democratic opponent -
percent over the previous year. In his Psychiatrist be construed to indicate his own problem '
Patrick Ewing a forensic Rep. Bill NelLawtoll CIl/tes
Charles killers the Critical of Nelson'sAttacks with handling stress (a common /
study of 225juvenile over past son, hud locked ------
entitled up
and author of a book of
psychologist on Chiles cause) or a lack proper dietary con-
Kill" warns that Americansare ten years, Ewing found that more than .- the smart money. And he's certainly tryingto
of half came from poor backgrounds. (The following letter appeared to the trol.Last fall I was witness to a speech win without compromising.In a fantastically
about to see an epidemic juvenile 14 Issue of the Gainesville Sun made Bill>: Nelson to the Alachua expensive Mate to campaign In. he's
violence, such as has never before been Child abuse is closely linked to later ands reproduced here In order to, .County Mental Health Association, at stubbornly limiting Individual contributions -
witnessed.The enlighten readers on some questions. the year-end award ceremony and installation to $100. He's running he says
crime "Kids learn to be
by teenagers, mental health.)
concerning 0 of new officers. He spoke of against the whole corrupting paralyzing:
trend toward teenage homicide is violent, and they learn from their role I read with dismay and anger the article his tenure on a mental health board In Influence of money in politics.

indicated recent events in models, especially their parents," Ewing In the Aug.Sun concerning House that his home county and the value of the exDerience. "Do I want to destroy the system?" he
by remarks
clearly says. Another factor, he believes, is that ': Speaker Tom Gustafson's Chiles Bill Nelson spoke passionately asked rhetorically In a recent debate here.
Jacksonville where a traffic dispute turn- churches, schools, and parents have gubernatlorlal candidate" Lawton methat I of his Intentions to seek continued "I do. with every fiber and bone In my
ed violent Monday, ending in the fatal become less influence in the 'mlaht be suicidal. It make infuriates inflam- funding for mental health services in Duly. Help us make this an election,
shooting of a teenager and the arrest of a a important Mr. Gustafson can the state of Florida and to help dispel not an auction."
life of some children, while movies, matory remarks and remain a of mental
murder charge. It the fear and prejudice Illness Mr. Chlles's sudden has
14-year-old boy on office/ emergence
television, and their have become respected candidate for nubile For Bill Nelson to take Issue with done
attributedto peers more than threaten
the of Mr.
was the third killing this year The Nelson campaign has consistently Lawton Chiles'mental health to exploitIt hopes
more important. health Nelson a clean-cut who has
between Issue of candidate: congressman
confrontation made an
an unnecessary mentalhealth. for political benefit is the worst kind been annolnted by the
specifically Lawton Chiles' and state's Democratic
I do not believe that Mr. Chiles;. of Depression hypocrisy the political most common opportunism.mental power brokers. It also has Injected a new
would of a stressful element of uncertainty into of the nation
physician approve health problem and la easily treated. one
BRADFORD co campaign schedule It he felt that if: Many people function without attention s most Important gubernatorialraces.
-( would prove detrimental to his patients nr public knowledge of their condition. '

health.As .
teraptACiM far as releasing medical recordsfor Bill Nelson must feel his leadership Mr.Chiles is convinced the risk Is worth
taking "It we can get elected this waylIt.erally
full disclosure Mr. Nelson's own. qualities are lacking compared to those
we're free, he says. As he put It In
of Lawton Chile to such a
: "w"ts pursue the debate here:."You can't kill the
N >catpublishers z malicious In
JOHN M.1t41LS. slanderous and campaign
Jem by joining It. You can't kill darkness
j .a effort to be elected Not
OC w Correction... governor. with darkness." *. -
only will I not vote for Bill Nelson,but I
qrN f'\bIllhed each 1tutdaV and entered on Second Claus Matter at 'A letter printed In this column last will campaign against l such bvno4.v 'n.... that dav. amid the gathering. ,twl-
the Post Office at Starke..Honda. under Act of March 3. 1679. week made reference to the Madison "tr -
Street Baptist Church. This was an er
sub.crlpion, .; : ode Ar1C' s t e.oo per y ... ... PhoneA9S04tJ5FIor1d OuhkMfrocieAr8dSl1.oopervearS9I1Chilcmon-
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flowers. Balloons and birthday Teleconference with Betty Castor, do when they catch a fish they wantto American embarks on a cruise to Crawford) win the hand of the love- will be a matinee performance at Z
signs were used throughout the Florida's Commissioner of Education release alive. England with a boat load of music, ly Hope (Esther Hardy) or will she pm. Senior citizen discount tickets,
back yard where the family enjoyed Thursday from 9:30: to 10:30: romance, comedy and Intrigue. marry Sir Evelyn Oakleigh (Todd for $3 will be available for this
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the Month for August Is Cindy Applications are now being accepted choice of coffee or iced tea. Takenouts
Celebrates 75th Hirt, who will be presenting unique Art Festival... from local artists for participation The Theressa Volunteer Fire will be available.
Wilma S. Wainwright will be wall hangings and three dimensional in the show. Contact person Dept. will host a fish fry and Speaking for County and State offices
celebrating her 75th birthday at items that combine weaving, leather Keystone Heights Is planning it's Karen McGill, ph. 473-4807, political rally on Sat., Aug. 25, at will begin at 7:00: pm. The' '
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'I ; .. : ( : Ii What Are Lieutenant Governors IEH

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Alternate Fuels Could Have Made
The old bromide that"Politics makes told the cashier at an Arcadia
-- -- restaurant that he sheriff In
-- stange. bedfellows" was never more was Key
Present Oil Mess evident that In this 1990 election year- West she rolled her eyes up and said.
UnnecessaryBack especially when it comes to the "I wouldn't want to be sheriffthere"no
running-mates of candidates for gover doubt because of the town's IIGustafson' !
nor. Some voters have long wondered reputation as a "din of sin".
in 19G6 America was riding highon burning spree they apparently thought what Lieutenant Governors are good On another occasion, one man sitting

cheap gasoline because of the oil glut would never end.Everybody for anywayexcept to delvler votes In around coffee table, told DeFoor "I I II II
that happy motorists apparently thought was happy and living in areas where they are assumed to have thought you was still In high school I'm
influence and draw down a salary of surprised to know you're over 21..'
would never end. There were plenty of President Reagan's fairyland of "pro- some $90,000 annually, which could be
warnings that the time would come when sperity". The Energy Department, better spent somewhere else. Many Another question arises on the Lieutenant

oil woundn't flow so freely-but who was fostered by President Carter to explore voters wonder who needse a lieutenant would Governor be willing front-how to turn office many of Governor voters .w
listening? alternate sources of energy was governor anyway% What was wrong
over to a man who still looks wet
with the old of Senate
system letting
Now Americans are wondering-is the dismantled for all intents and purposes, president take over as acting governorIn behind the eanTMacKay : I

country on the verge of a shooting war and transformed into a "research and cases of the death in office of the

with Iraq because these warnings were development" arm of the money-rich govenor% Mature...

blithly ignored when oil was plentiful and Pentagon. Federal funds for conserva- The fact Is that the running-mates of WUborn says, "MacKay, with his
cheap? tion and alternative energy research gubernatorial candidates are neatly trimmed gray hair and touchesof
dried up. Experiments with heat from the sometimes more of a political debit crow's feet aroung his eyes,looks old

Four years ago American Petroleum sun as a source of energy, were cut back than an asset ot the Governorhopeful.For enough to be running for statewide of- I MacKay I I II
Institute issued this unheeded warning instance. Bill Nelson's choice of fice.He also is the best known of the
that by the government because of the oil glut Tom Gustafson a legislator and running mates-a veteran of the U.S.
was ignored the nation's
by that seemed never ending. Speaker of the House, with emphasis on Congress and a nearly successful win-
"leaders", especially those in high places Even the struggling U.S. Solar Cor-" the"speak". Gustafson has already got ner of a U.S.Senate race ago.
in the Reagan administration: The na- poration at Hampton, that manufacturedglass Nelson In hot water with his flit slip of He has the background of political service

tion today faces a choice between two panels to collect heat from the sun's the lip as pointed out by Paul WUborn that would make him a safe successor -
staff writer of The Tribune. He
Tampa to Governor.
energy futures, the API said in its
went bust largely because the
rays that
even though runningmateswork
report. "In the more dangerous option, says "This Is a grass-roots effort," he told
government financial supportfor hard at trying to be helpful In a
a receptive crowd In Bartow "We
the U.S. and all oil-importing countries developing this source of energy. campaign they may get their partner in returning politic to the people of are the

would face serious new energy problemsin Another alternative energy source, Gas- deep trouble with a hasty, off-the-cuff United States." One woman In the

as little as three to five years. The oil'glut' ahol, produced from grain alcohol, never remark. crowd said, "I wish he would speak

would evaporate, and the Organization got off the ground because of low gas WUborn tells us that Gustafson spent more powerfully to the issues."
of Petroleum Countries most of last week trying to recover DeFoor
(OPEC) would regain Exporting the influence it prices due to the oil glut. from his snide remarks about Lawton That seems to be the general com- I U Ufnler
But now the glut is over and the situa- Chiles, causing him (Gustafson) to plaint of most voters concerning this
once had. This would of
mean course publicly apologize to' Chiles on Satur- liD. The only heat that
that OPEC would have complete controlof tion could go from bad to worse, withKuwait's day. coming In abundance fromthe 110 ces about Chiles''ability' to serveas
nch oil fields taken
already degree August The candidates
oil prices. Nelaon should have been forewarned sun. are Governor.
over by Iraq, and the U.S. forced to send about Gustafson's for spending most of their time talking to
As out in column Gil Klein troops to help defend those of Saudi penchant or against their opponents and the Perhaps the voters will find out
pointed a by shooting (verbally) from the hip when voters-to put it crudely-are getting a Thursday night, August 16, whenChiles
a White House correspondent, "Relianceon Arabia from a similar fate. under stress. His susceptibility to foot- belly full. Maybe that will change now and Nelson meet to debate (hopefully

imported oil reached a peak in 1977 President Bush has made a half- In-mouth disease was demonstrated In that Gustafson has drawn such the Issues-not themselves) on TV
the House when Gustafson said certain
when the U.S. imported almost half of its crushing criticism for his uncalled-for Channel 4).
hearted attempt to sanction a new energy needs of the State were more Importantthan
petroleum. OPEC was able to send shock strategy for keeping America suppliedwith those of elderly (senior citizens)

waves through the American economy by oil into the next century, but accor- because "your sick and disabled will go

using that reliance to boost prices." ding to Klein it is so watered down that out away"of the, Inferring picture that anyway.In they. will soon Be Lawton Chiles Runs Against Corrupting

when it is finally presented next month it
Americans went to Bat in a determined the heat of floor debate Gustafson
effort to lick the OPEC holdup by str- will list more "options" instead of recom- also lost his cool and made an obscene
mendations. In his usual manner Bush Influence of in Florida
ingent conservation through voluntary finger gesture to a fellow legislator. [ He Money
will likely call for more "study" insteadof also ruffled the feathers Wild Bill"Bennett
measures. Thermostats were adjusted to action. former U.S. Secretary of
use less heating and cooling; more in- Education, by asking him to take a EXCERPTS FROM :

sulation was blown into attics and walls; In 1986, Republican Senator James A. message to President Bush. Big BUI THE WALL STREET JOURNALThe
McClure of Idaho said Americans were promptly Informed the Irate Speakerthat
speed limits were dropped to 55 mph and ,
Republican National Committee Chairman -
and while in he was no delivery boy for anyone, polls suggest that these attacks
fuel-efficient automobiles basking
became ,
hafpy" after which reprimand Gustafson was Lee Atwater has called Florida. haven't worked. Mr. Chlles's basic reply to
must. and abandoning so"shook up" he had to leave the House Texas and California"the three-megaMace such jibes Is that the two Jobs are differ-

These worked fdumb develop alternative energy .chamber. His instability furing the session anchor to our entire Sun Belt political ent: Governors, as hands-on executives,
measures oil aiAmerica's fuel. became so disruptive that House base." All three statehouses are held by can get things done In a way that U.S. sen-
reliance on imported dro .. \ parliamentarian Gcore Crady had to Republicans now and all are up for grabsIn ators can't. On-a deeper level, his response
ped to 35 percent instead of today's 50 already have the !I preside overate. House a good portion! of-, November.All three states stand to gain evokes one of the recurring themes of poll-

percent. Because of the oil glut, prices capability of producing cars that get 50 the time.. cX.i, '/,' .h,'.' J! u .congressional seats as the result of the 1990 tlcs-tlie collision of hope with disillusion-
dropped to the lowest since the Big miles to the gallon. But up to nowwho Nelson .......ntly..s.noee.taf.ont-. ;,! 'census and their governors will be key to ment.

Depression and motorists went on a gas- cared% because of his name recognition the congressional redistricting process.: As a senator, Mr. Chiles was an archi-
(whether good or bad) In the hope that A recent Mason-Dixon Opinion Research tect of the congressional budget process."I .
the fiery speaker ound deliver the votesin Inc. poll found Mr. Chiles leading had such high hopes" he Yet that
Mr. Nelson 55% to 30%, says.
his populous home county of despite a recently
I Nelson Deals Also QuestionableIn Broward. But he better mend his fences concluded Nelson television blitz. Mr. system was unable to prevent Congress
and President Reagan from tripling the na-
with the silver-haired citizens. Chiles also led incumbent GOP Gov. BobMartinez
tional debt. Late In his Senate career, Mr.
53% to 3110If Mr. Chiles does
There are some fellow ligislators who Chiles headed the Budget Committee him
the wake of gubernatorial candidateBill In recent months, the so-called "under- shudder to think what would happen in triumph It will be his way-the hard way.

Nelson's repetitious TV commercials dog" Nelson raised question in oft Gustafson were to be called upon to succeed His campaign amounts to an anti-c"m-. self."I guess," he reflects as his car carries
Chiles' repeated TV commercials about Chiles'financial Nelson.In palm, a throwback, to a simpler era.
critical of his opponent Lawton him toward a campaign stop, "the worst
financial affairs, the Associated Press affairs, suggestin (without his article WUborn says that Because of his selfIrnposed'contrlbuttonlimitations thing that happened to me was getting to
this week disclosed that Nelson himself substantiation) that (Chiles dealingswere Gustafson's mouth has already becomean he has run only scattered ad- be chairman."
somehow connected to the collapseof Issue in the campaign. The same vertisements on cable television. He and
business His final, disillusionment
has had a series of profitable crushing wasa
in could also be said of President Bush'slip. his running. mate, former Congressman
dealings with'' an "angel" banker whose a Manatee County 1987. Apparently many politicians have Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay.typically. campaign White House budget summit-not unlike

financial institution collapsed in 1987. What Nelson failed to tell viewers is not yet learned there are some occasions In khakis and sport shirts. yet another budget summit unfolding

According to the AP report the bankeris that he, also, had a series of profitable shut. when it pays to keep your mouth Mr. Chiles has always campaigned unconventionally today-after began to see the that 1987 the stock-market president wasn't crash."I .

Anthony S. Caserta. a Miamian who business dealings with a banker whose in- lie won his Senate seat in serious the speaker wasn't serious, the

joined Nelson in a string of real estate stitution collapsed in 1987.Nelson's Looks Are Deceiving... 19TO as "Walkin' Lawton" the low-budget majority leader wasn't serious." he says.
Florida the commercials classic candidate who hiked from the Florida Pan- "It was all a chaiiide. I lust wanted to
ventures around during past; TV are a In the case of Allison DeFoor, who
handle to the Florida Keys. Today, Mr scream, 'This Is a fra ld. But I had helped
sheriff of
two decades. Caserta was a principal case of the pot calling the kettle black. recently resigned as Monroe T
which Includes that bohemian Chiles\ Is banking on his statewide name create It!
of the Bank of however is that
founder in 1982 Bayshore The ,
big differences ballwick called Key West the problem recognition, his reputation for Integrity The episode undoubtedly contributed to
Florida, which collapsed five years later. Nelson has multi-millions from affluent Isn't too much talk l it's Just getting and his hunch that voters are ready to the depression that followed. Will his cur

friends to smear Chiles, while the former himself known to the voters as Bob rebel against big-money polities' rent unorthodox campaign lead to new disillusionment
Nelson told the St.Pete Times that U.S. Senator has only a modest million Martinez's running-mate. WUborn That assumption remains to be tested. ?

unlike Chiles, he has fully disclosed ailhis from his $100 per person campaign with says, "DeFoor Is the unknown in this Incumbent Gov. Martinez Is widely expected Now Lawton Chiles Is back in politics,

dealings with Caserta, and that he which to reply to Nelson's charges. and race.polls He has show held him no bringing statewide little office or, his re-election to spend campaign.$12 million Nomination'opponent to $15 million In- the front-running candidate for Florida'sDemocratic

never received loans from Caserta'sbank. That's the reason there should be a nothing to the Martinez ticket." Bill Nelson spent IL? million on his gubernatorial nomination.And

But, according to Nelson's own legal limit to campaign financing In order DeFoor Jokingly tells his audiencesthat television blitz. The normally bland Mr. talking possibilities.enthuslastically-not of pain, but of

financial disclosure, he received hun- his factor has shot also has on the attack.
that each candidate would have an equal recognition up Nelson gone "What If,"he begins. "What If I could
dreds of thousands of dollars over the fro two percent to three percent-an advance He has criticized Mr. Chiles as 'Insufficiently -
chance to get his or message acrossto .. Jump Into the race at the last moment, af-
from his real estate ventures with of 60 percent.At the age of 38 he pro-choice on the abortion Issue
years ter all the smart
the people. still has the face of a teenager and the challenged him to release his Income-tax
Caserta. dimunitlve stature of a racehorse returns and. In a debate here, presented money had already r 1
n He spends much of his time explaining him with a pair of shower thongs to sym- been locked up? i

Murderers on the IncreaseStatistics that yes, indeed he is old bollze: his alleged'"flip-flops." Through It without What If compromising I could win II J
Teenage enough to run for office. all, politely but pointedly Mr. Nelson has '
with the
According to WUburn, when DeFoor tried to make depression an Issue. big- j
money people? Oh, ,
show that proverty, drugs, motorists over who had the right-of-way' It would be so exciting
and the widespread and F j
child abuse, easy streets.In ,
availabilty of guns are pushing ever up- on city : Letters to the Editorhealth Lawton Chiles did I

ward the number of teenagers who are 1989, 2,208< Juveniles nationwide were enter this race at \ 1

likely to kill one of their own, or one of arrested on charges on murder or non- the last moment-In f I

their elders, including parents. negligent manslaughter, an increase of 25 problems (hemorrhoids) could Democratic April long after his %/i i;

oppo- _
the In his Psychiatrist be construed to Indicate
percent over previous year. own problem
Charles Patrick Ewing, a forensic vent Rp. Bill Nel- LauitonClule
Critical of Nelson's i
the with handling stress (a common
killers past,
and author of book entitled study of 225 juvenile over ROil, had locked up ----- I
psychologist a Attacks on Chiles ''cause) or a lack of proper dietary con-
that than
Kill" warns that Americansare ten years, 'Ewing more .- the smart money.And lie's certainly trying
of juvenile half came from poor backgrounds.Child (The following letter appeared in the trol.Last fall, I was witness to a speech to win without compromising. In a fantastically -
about to an epidemic
14 Issue of the Gainesville Sun he's
expensive state to campaign In,
made But Nelson to the Alachua
violence, such as has never before been abuse is closely linked to later ands reproduced here in order to 'County by Mental Health Association, at stubbornly limiting Individual l contribu-
witnessed.The enlighten readers on some questions the award and Installation tions to $100. He's running he says
crime by teenagers, "Kids learn to be year-end ceremony -
mental health.)
concerning .
against the whole :
of officers. He of corrupting
new spoke
is violent, and they learn from their role I read with dismay and anger the article Influence of In
trend toward teenage homicide his tenure on a mental health board in money politics.
models, especially their parents, Ewing in the Aug.3 Sun concerning House "Do I want to ?" he
indicated by recent events in remarks that his home county and the value of the experience. destroy the system
clearly Gustafvon's
turn- says. Another factor, he believes, is that Speaker Chiles Bill Nelson spoke passionately asked rhetorically in a recent debate here.
traffic Lawton
where dispute candidate
Jacksonville a churches, schools, and parents have gubematlorial of his intentions to seek continued "I do, with every fiber and bone In my
ed violent Monday, ending in the fatal become a less important influence in the that'might Mr.be Gustafson suicidal. It make Infuriates inflammatory me- funding for mental health services In body. Help us make this un election,
shooting of a teenager and the arrest of a can the state of Florida and to help dispel not un auction."
children while movies remarks and remain a
life of
murder charge. It some the fear and prejudice of mental Illness Mr. sudden
14-year-old boy on candidate for office: Chiles's re-emergence has
have become public
television and their
was the third killing this year attributedto peers The Nelson campaign has consistently For Bill Nelson to take issue with dune more than threaten the hopes of Mr.
confrontation between more important. made an issue of candidate health, Lawton Chiles'mental health,to exploitit Nelson. a clean-cut congressman who lius
an unnecessary benefit is the
political worst kind
specifically Lawton Chiles' .mental been annolnted by the state's Democratic
.health. I do not believe that Mr. ChUes' of hypocrisy Is and the political opportunism.Depression power broke I'!. It also has injected a new
most mental
physician would approve of a stressful element of uncertainty into one of the na
and Is
BRADFORD health problem, easily treated.
CO campaign schedule If"Be felt that It- Many people function without attention tion's most. Important gubernatorial
B! ,tear. SINCE would prove detrimental to his patientshealth. or nubile knowledge of their condition. ract'$. '
<\ % .
pll As far as releasing medical records.toe Bill Nelson must feel his Mr Chiles Is convinced the risk Is worth
full disclosure, Mr. Nelson's own leadershipqualities taking. "If we can get elected this way. lit.
are lacking compared to thoseof erally we're It In
xcrw[ free. he says. As he put
rata+si.C Lawton Chiles to pursue such a the .
N MILLDlPubllsbfrs debate here: "You can't kill the sys-
BOB O.rXXOUSON-JOHN slanderous and malicious campaign in
Jem, by joining can't kill darkness
.Q ) his effort to be elected Not iLJOU
.. Correction... governor. with darkness. ,
C only will I not vote for Bill Nelson,but I
fiot* ptIlrhed! each 1tu'IdaV and entered on Second Claw Matter at 'A letter printed in this column last will campaign against i such hvniwt.v 1 uror that day amid the gathering. ,twir -
the Post Ot1lC8 at Starke.,Honda. under Act of March 3. 1879. week made reference to the Madison hi'
Street Baptist Church. This was an er-
Phone 904-63J5 Sut>*crlptlol'l ," ", : ode Ar,a! $16 I CO per v-ar. .months. ror.The church should have been refer
) rvowef A; Srarke Florida 0uta1d4*ff'ld.Areo: S1'.CO per year: 19.60.monti'll. red to as the Bradford Baptist Church.

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Mae MillerCelebrates
Starke Woman's Club Catch and Release

80th Special MeetingThe Fishing Booklet AvailableAs 1'\\
Mrs. Mae Miller '
80th celebrated her Starke Womans Club will holdan ,II ... ';'
birthday with a dinner given Antique Show special meeting '" N
by friends and staff at the Suwanee the concept catch-and-release Anchors A
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Aug. 21, at the clubhouse at 10:00: in ?
grows /
River popularity among many
Economic Council (SREC) n.east Ylhs
a.m.. Carol O'Steen of Tallahasseewill ? Allythhlll( Gooa I.HI aboard
on Friday, August 1t)1. conservation-conscious fishermen Us.B. American and fI
ready to tall Fro
She was also honored on Sunday, be present to assist with the an- it's important to know the dos anddon't day pour Into, the seas of long and .
August 12, at a surprise dinner tique show plans. All members are when catching, handling and Gel your reservation!now and Join tile '.
par- urged to attend. for the best ereYw1tC'
releasing fish. fun frolic. :,..
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There Is educational bulletin
balloons and flowers to
her by family and friends. The food Speak to Castor and available Fresh from Water the Fish Florida Commission Game,
table In the
centered with a two-tiered dining area was .Santa Fe is one of the host sites for titled Recycle Your Ban, that provides
cake topped with a bouquet birthday of fresh the annual Back to School Press fishermen with tips on what to ANYTHING GOES as the USS of the Angels? Will Billy (Pat $12.50. On Sunday, Aug. 19 there
flowers. Balloons and birthday Teleconference with Betty Castor, do when they catch a fish they wantto American embarks on a cruise to Crawford) win the hand of the love- will be a matinee performance at Z
Florida's Commissioner of Education release alive. (Esther ) will she Senior citizen discount tickets:
signs were used throughout the England with a boat load of music, ly Hope Hardy or pm.
back yard where the family enjoyed Thursday from 9:30: to 10:30: romance, comedy and intrigue. marry Sir Evelyn Oakleigh (Todd for $3 will be available for this
a covered dish dinner. a.m. in Building P room 131. A The bulletin covers topics such as Will Reno Sweeny (Chris David- Foster)? matinee. <:
The 34 guests included four of Mrs. phone will be available for the mediato hooking, playing, landing, handlingand son) and her Angels (Pam Carter, Join the Bradford Community Tickets for this exciting cruise
Miller's children Connie Best and speak with Secretary Castor. For releasing bass. It also provides Donna Hickey, Lynn Holtzendorf Players on opening night this Friday may be obtained from Laura Cent.,
.. John Miller of Starke; ,Sue Carter of information call Harley Smith at guidlines to help bass tournament and Denise Linger) sing their way Aug. 17, at 8pm. ANYTHING 964-8498, Mitchell's Drug Storei;
Daytona Beach and Phyllis Rosier 395-5430. organizers set up successful release to happiness? Willl Public Enemy GOES Tickets for the perfor- Dexter's Cafe Gourmet or Lila Rae''
of Lake City; seven of her 13 grandchildren programs to ensure survival of fish No. 13 (Joe Ballinger) make it to mances are $5. The two Saturday Yawn at SFCC Andrews Center; '
and 10 of her 13 great Hlri Featured Artistat after weighins.The the No. 1 spot? Will his sidekick, performances include a buffet din- 964-5382. ;.
grandchildren.Mrs. bulletin is free and can be obtained Bonnie (Laura Conti) become one ner served at 6:30: pm at a cost of
Artisan's GuildThe from any of the. commission's
regional offices.

Gainesville Artisan's Guild Is
W. Wainwrlght pleased to announce that the Artistof Tlicressa Fish Fry baked beans, and cole slaw; a
the Month for August is Cindy Applications are now being accepted choice of coffee or iced tea. Take.
Celebrates 75th Hirt, who will be presenting unique Art Festival... from local artists for par- The Theressa Volunteer Fire outs will be available.
Wilma S. Wainwright will be wall hangings and three dimensional ticipation in the show. Contact per Dept\ will host a fish fry and Speaking for County and State offices
celebrating her 75th birthday at items that combine weaving, leather Keystone Heights la: planning it's son, Karen McGill, ph. 473-4807, political rally on Sat., Aug. 25, at will begin at 7:00: pm. The" '
her home on CR 225, Lawtey, on work and stained glass. 13th annual Festival of the Lakes Keystone Heights City Hall, 9 to 4 the Theressa Fire Station. public Is invited to attend and hear
Saturday, August 25 at 3:00: pm. This show will run Aug. 1 through Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day p.m. weekdays, or write P. O. Box Serving will begin at 5:30 pm, con- our candidates speak.
Her family invites all her friends Aug. 31. For further information call week-end, Saturday and Sunday, 1132 K.H. ZIP 32656. Deadline for sisting of fried fish, hush puppies, 816-0823 j
and relatives ot join them for 378-1383. September 1-2. applications is July 27th. ,,0
refreshments and in wishing her a
Happy Birthday. .

: Registration ELECT !

Mrs. Brown Honored Aug. 30 31

From 4 5:30 pm "
A birthday party was given in ,
honor or Mrs. Bell Brown by her At Armory Across from BUS '
children on her 90th birthday at the w ARTHUR GASKINS
new Winsor Manor Nursing Home in Battet.
Starke. An expression of love and
birthday wishes were shown by
many family members and friends O Jazz
by their presence. Mrs. Brown is the / 4

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It rage M TELEGRAPH August II, 1999r

Please send $40 couple or stir
BHS Class per
of 1970... to Mary Sue Tomlinson,
Mlddloburg Festival... RFD per person 5, Box 7641, Starke, 32091.
I The Historic Festivities for the 20 year reunionof The next meeting for the plann-
Church NewsFBCL ] Is seeking artists and craters to the BHS Class of 1970 Is scheduled ing committee Is scheduled for
participate In the 4th annual arts for Friday and Saturday nights, Tuesday, Aug. 21,7:30: p.m. at the
and crafts festival, slated for Saturday October 28-27. All graduates home of Cindy Futch, 403 S. CherrySt.
Oct. 20. strongly urged to send in their .
Hosts Sing Mullins Tour BeginsThe Last year the festival attracted reservation forms and money to For additional Information, call
The First Roger Mullins of "thousands" of visitors, according Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help Cindy, ph. 964-8953 or David
Baptist Church of Family to the cover the costs of the reunion. Kirkland, ph. 4732372.PINEHURST .
Lawtey (FBCL) will be hosting the HlllsvUle. Virginia will begin their
Roger Mullins singing family from tour singing in Florida this fall call For further information, please ... ... ..wm/1. btI
Hillsville, Virginia on August 23, at by making its first appearance at Mara 282-9169.
r 7:30 p.m.The the First Baptist Church of Lawtey
church is located on Adams on August 23, 1990.The church is
St., on the street beside the elementary located on Adams Street,the street Tough Love...
school, 3 blocks off 301. that Is beside the Lawtey Elemen-
I Mr. and Mn. Duncan This special service Is a multi- tary School, three blocks off 301) Tough Love, a parents support
Ringing concert with David and Tapes and books will be available group, meets every Thursday even '
Kristl! McNeill singing during the In- to purchase and a love offering will. ing at 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian ;
Couple with a Vision terlude. Come early for a good seat. be taken to help defray their ex Church on. East Call St.., including 5 OPr.IIr-l.e
I Stewart and Harriet Duhcan are a A crowd of 200 to 300 is expected. pense.The holidays.Dealing 96a VARIETY au.r:, :
with :
couple with a vision to see young Several tapes will be available service will start promptly at problems In family :
children live for Jesus. The very along with their new release. 7:30 p.m.and is expected to last approximately relationships, especially between
heart beat of their ministry Is to see Pastor Graynon McNeil cordially two hours. David and children parents and, adolescents and older Come in and let Janet show you how to use paints
invites to attend he Krlstie McNeill will be singing during Tough Love Is a self-help
children born again, knowledgablein everyone as and fabric from
the Word of God,so that Jesus is a believes that this group of singers Is the interlude and the Mullins program sponsored by the church. our craft and fabric department to
daily reality to them,and able to use one 01 the best around today trying family will sing twice. charge Everyone to welcome. There is no create your own T-Shirt. We have a large selection
the Bible as a weapon against the to exalt Christ In their singing i and Come join us for a real treat of participate. of paints, stencils, fabric and T-Shirts to choose
not in Gospel singing.
enemy. They regularly teach the themselves. from.
children morals, manners

character development in their services.and gOOdcitizenship The Hamptom Bapt. Sat. Night SingAn P '

Duncans believe that children can Youth Day Old Fashioned Gospel Sing will QEE
and should walk holy before the Lord The Hampton Bagtl t Church Is be at Souls Outreach Mission in 3 "
and are giving their lives to help having a Youth Day,Sat., Aug. 18. Hampton at 7:00 pm Saturday, : m des
children do it. It starts at 2:00 pm and food will be Aug. 18, featuring the Brush Arbor
Stewart and Harriet Faulkner served at 4:00: Everyone is Times Singers. Bro. Toney Laney,
Duncan both grew up on Bradford welcome. Come join in on the fun Pastor.Upcoming We
County and graduated from Brad-
with basebalKbring your glove),
ford High School in 1974. They have basketball volleyball and more. Happy
been marries fifteen year and have Bring in or pick-up your alterations between
two children, Jonathan (3 )
and David (9 mo.).Stewart has years been I lam- 8pm Mon.-Sat", Sun. 9am-6pm. .
employed by Centel Telephone Company 60th ,
for 11 years and Harriet work- I EventsBHS I ann i1i xi aidetoirkiange f tth"
ed for the Bradford County Tax Col- ,
lector for 15 years before retiring to laundmuiliat an d your J.ast minute items: zu I

be a full time mother of their boys. Birthday ;Dread;milk; and cold drinks .
The Duncans were foundational in """" ** :,
beginning Life & Praise Ministries, was left out of the'B' Book pleaselet Hwy. 100 S. Across from
a full gospel church, in 1984 and BHS alumni are planning a us know. Plans are for the new Elementary
began as Childrens Pastors there in centennial celebration of Bradford book to have more history and pic- I Russell
1985. They are currently holding High School, which will be 100 tures of our school and community.The .
Vacation Bible School at Life & years old in 1991.A BHS Alumni Association is w.. fIi""'" .:....;jl..1i.l! ;'. :'-.....,"'_....- }II
Praise with their host of western new 'B' Book will be published. sponsoring a membership drive. .:
town citizens who being both U you have any pictures and an- Join today. If your membership has -- -
laughter and sobriety to children nuals that you would like to donateor lapsed, renew today. Annual dues
who hear the gospel. Services for loan to us, please send to Alumni are$5. Send checks to Alumni PUBLIC NOTICE
VBS are at 6:45: p.m. Mon.-Fri.. Association or call Linda Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke,
Friday night is for children and Hilrfl'bran.II. your name' 32091. Dale Brown, President.
adults and Life & Praise Ministries Absentee
welcomes. the public to come and for City of Starke Election

join Everything us. from the 8 ft. sceneryof !DMf' :E I D.AE I !DJ (::$ I !D.MJ/ DISTRICTS 1,3, & 5

cowboy Brooker clothes Flats and to Sheriff accent Stewart's create an Serving Star j for over SyearslCourtney's September 11 1990

exciting world of adventure and imagination Are Now
where children can open Available at City Hall
their hearts to receive tho gospel of 209 N.
_ Jesus Christ every Sunday morningat Thompson Street
Life & Praise. For: more information
Schoot of' ance come by during regular
business hours
HarM of the 1990 Donee Olympu Monday through Friday, 8

Grand.,.......ChompionilWill .. ,.... .. a.m. to '5 p.m. or call the office
... Boys Dying Wish Begin' Registration d a .,. Aug.- 4 -,.24 I .., .....,.. .,, .,.. .. of City Clerk,
'; t Craig"Shergold of England is a ; ask 9945027.
at the First;Presbyterian Church "
seven*year boy with a brain tumor, .. ....1... '\ "l,s'l ma 00c
in Starke. 2-6 :Classes will :
who has very little time to live. It is p.m.
Craigs dying wish to have an entry begin Sept. 5.

in the Guiness Book of Worlds For More Information. Please Call 473-7757., Courtney
Records as the endivldual who has
Carter Instructor
received the largest number of get I IS
well cards ever by a little boy. Id
Reading his cards will help him
brighten his last remaining days.
Please Bradford County, make this ,
little boy happy by sending your Need An Electrician? ,.p
cards to; Craig Shergold 36 Shelby
Road Carshalton, Surrey, SN 8 1 call DAN WAINWRIGHT
Ld, United Kingdom. .36 Yra.Experience A1I IVpes Electrical Work
Thank you Telegraph. (This arti- / angle Ie 3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work
cle was submitted by, Clara Wilkes,
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the security shall be described. Th.claimant All CLAIME. DEMANDS. AND OBJEC- Florida Bar 144625 Copies of the bid form may be pickedup
against the estate ors r.qulr.d WITHIN shall deliver. sufficient copies ofthe TIONS NOT SO. FILED WILL ME FOREVER Attorney for Personal Representative at the Brodlord County School' Purchasing
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE claim toh. clerk to enable the clerk BARRED
Department !5)9 N. OrangeSt.
Notices FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.to to mail one to enrh/ personal' represen Dote of the first Publication of this 08092tthBOB16 .. W. $10'..., Fl 3711: or call
file with the clerk of the above court a 'oU..o.Allp."on.. Notice of Administration: 9 Michael R. August 1990.
written sfot.m.nof any claim or demand Interested In the estate to Robert F. Mock Ing. at ('10.) 964.6800. e.l. 29. end a
they may ha.... Each claim must whom a copy of the Notice of Administration Personal' Representative of copy will be tent to you.
b. 'In truing and must endlcale the basistor { has been moiled or. required Estate ol RUFUS HENRY the SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED Interested persons must hove bids ot
,I the claim the porne and address of WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM MOCK. aiD No.0- the creditor or hit agent or attorney and 1HE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF RICHARD E. WELTY 2:00: P.M.. August 17. 1990. Send bidsto
SWIll BIDS ARE INVITED amount claimed. II the claim ,Is not yet THIS NOTICE'to file' any objectionsthey 9S4 North Tempi The School Board of Bradford Countywill : Mlchonl Reddish Dir.ctor ol Purchasing
liD Na.0.0817.1Th. du. the date when II will/ become due may hove that challenge the validity Post Office/ Box 993 Avenue receive bids on swill from all !519 N Orong. St.,W.. Slorke..
shall/be staled.II the claim Is{ contingentor { / ot the decedent's will the quolll.ro-' Deceased. school cafeterias on August 17. 1990. Fl 32091 Outside envelope MUST
School Coord of Bradford County lions of the at 2:00: P.M..Interested 'Individuals CLEARLY STATE: Bid Description: SWILL
unliquidated the nature ol.h.uncertainty personal representative, or Slarke, Florida
wll *....bids on twill from oil school the luritdlrtkm .. 3X1 must bid on each school separately and BIDS and BID NO.
shall be staled 11 doim'1s. '" .51. venue or > ihn rourt. ((904)964) '6050
coferw on Auovst 17. 1990. ol 2:00: may on one or schools. OB092lchg08l6
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I Pursuont to Secllon B&S.09. Florida ,
:g:::: Statutes, notice li hereby given that the CHICKEN THIGHS LONG GREEN SLICING CUCUMBERS
9 undersigned North Florida Medico. )Cor.
3 poratlon. 655 C. Main ...... P.O. Bon
:R 455. lake Butler, Fl 32054. sole owners LEG QUARTERSand L a
!5:: doing business under the firm name of
.:: Union Medical Supply. 655 E. Main WHOLE FRYERS
g Street lake Butler. FL 33054. Intends to
3 register said ficlltlous name under sold 1 1 1O

3 g statute.Doled this 7 day of AugUst. A.D. 1990
H hi Union Counry.S ,

5 9'c
Th. City of Hampton will conduct a
Public Hearing on a proposed amendment
iSi to the scop and budget of th*cur
rent Community Development Block
Grant on Tuesday, August 14. 1990 at
7:00 ..m. In City Hal,. .. I
Questions or comments should be ad r
dressed to -
S;; r :
Ms.. Lola Williamson MayorHampton

Post Off ice Drawer City Hall 250 I i Thompson
I Hampton Florida 32044:
and should be received by th* time of
th* hearing In ord.r to be considered.' SEEDLESS

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:,;.' CASE NO.;90-68-CP
'a\ FILE NO.1 I-198 GRAPE$

Th NOTICE administration OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of 8 Oz. Assorted Favors
64 Oz. Pride
FRED JOSEPH SCHATTLE deceased. File 16 Oz. Libby'sFRUIT Cap's
Number 1-4198. h pending In the Circuit LIGHT N' LIVELY 100 J
Court for Bradford County Florida Pro- COCKTAIL APPLE JUICE'
Lot. Division th* address of which .to
Bradford County Courthouse: Stork. YOGURT .
Planted The name and address of the =
personal representative and th* personal _
representative's. attorney or* set 6ge I 9ge '
forth below.
All Interested persons are required toMe UHI a 3/$1/ I 1j
with this cawrl.WITHIN THREE MONTHS .
NOTICE: (1) dims against the estate .i
and (2) any objection/ by an Interested
to whom notice mailed that
person was
I challenge qualification the of validity the personal of the representathr will, the-i. 9 Pk. 8.4 Oz.F"''' '"- 12 Ct./1 Qt.. Havoline Assorted Sizes & Flavors

t *.. vnu, or (Jurisdiction of th1 Assorted Flavors Looney Toons

; 1 rubticatlon of this Notice has begun
.a ..... .day of August 1990. '
s Personal $1169 I
Lawrence Schotrlel452MyrtlAv*. $229 $199

live Oak Florida 32060
1 us esrusaL
Attorney for Personal Representative \ a SOUR _
TELEPHONE NO.: ((904))V64-4667
r FLORIDA" NO.i0243S7l DETERGENT. 2.99 SOURTrend CREAM. 2J99

__ 08092tchgOei6M ,- .... .. .. 112 Oz. .. .. 8 Oz.

ft'. CASE Fill to.63-CI'14193f : 50 Count 8 7/8 Inch

f,,; s.\Be: The Estate of 2 Liter A RBlated Item BUD & BUD
V... Deceased. LIGHT12oz.12pkNR

,r TO All PERSONS. HAVING CLAIMS OK :I $109 ...,I" $ 09

Bf 12-12 Ox. I
.b' M THE ESTATE:' that the Ir.t: *si .. ....... ............ .... .
'.. I'll. Bf 12.12 Ox. Ca$-MtL DMT.DM j .
administration ..1h. estate of Number RUFUS I IItL Dew .. .. ....... ... .. ....I.zt _
HENRY MOCK, deceased Case J
90.61-CP. to pending In the Circuit Court E1 .
5f lor BRADFORD County Fla kfe. Probate
DMston.the address of........Is Post Of.
;'. floe Box B, Start.! Florida 3201.: The
.' personal representative. of the estate to
abort P. Mode whose oddrest to 919 1 1 1 1 1 :
Eighth Avenue Albany Georgia B1701.'
Tho nomo and address the personaletlve's
a ... attorney era tot fortji

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IN THE CIRCUlf COURT EIGHTH the POI; thence leave said centerline '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR and run N 464 ..." W, along said Ely' P.O.Starke.Drawer Florida 938 3209! for the the claim' the name and address of
BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA. ROW 323.00 feet more or lest to the 964-5700 creditor his agent or attorney and
(904) the .mount dol.......
POS. Subject to an easement at CiaI'Elecllc If Ih. claim li not
Attorney for personalrepresentative yet due. the[ dote when II will
86-3SZ.CA for becomeduo
CASE NO.: Co-op Inc. power ROW across ,
the Ely SO.00 feet of the above decrlbed. 80 2t<....0816 hall be stated If 'the claim) con.' My
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF tract Hflenl or unliquidated (he natureof Ihe ,
FLORIDA.a national banking association Parcel 3 uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim Qc
assucc.ssor A parcel ol land lying In Sections 32 and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD ,!. secured the security shall be descrlb-!>>
by merger ta Florida National 33. Township 6 South Range 21 East, COUNTY, FLORIDA ed. The claimant halt deliver sufficient #
and In Fractional Section 4. Township 7 CASE 9O.6 .C' copies of the claim Bank.Starke, South Range 21 East, being bounded on FILE I."". the clerk to mall one copy la each personal e+
PlantlH the North by the North line of the South In Re: The Estate of. representative
'A of Section 33. bounded on the West by BELL M. ROSIER All Persons'inter.sted In the estate
vs.SAMPSON LAKE FARMS. INC., etc.. the Sampson City County Graded Road; Deceased.NOTICEOF.. wo whom a copy of Ihe Notice Of Administration -
et ol. on the Southwest by Stale Road No. has been mailed or. re
22S; on the East by lake Smapson; and ADMINISTRATIONTO quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM ?
DefendantsNOTICE OF SALE on the South by the Sampson River THC OATS OF THE! FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto LESS AND EXCEPT; all existing roads DEMANDS THIS NOTICE to file any objections| !
a Content Final Judgment of and Rights of Ways. Sold lands containIng AND AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE they may have that challenge the validity I '..
Foreclosure entered In the above- 237 acres, more or less, ere located: All OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN of the decedent's will, the qualifications
captioned action I will sell the property In Bradford County Florida. THC ARE ESTATE: of the personal representative, or
YOU that the
situated In Bradford County describedIn administration of the estate of BELL M. the AIL venue or Jurisdiction of the court. The "New Kid on the Block" with
Exhibit "A" at public sate, to the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ROSIER deceased Case Number CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS
and best bidder for cash at the NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER!
highest REGISTER
90-64-CP. Is pending In the Circuit Court BARKED the political knowledge to be
In Starke,
Bradford County Courthouse FICTITIOUS NAME for BRADFORD County. FLorida Probate
Florida at 11:00: a.m. on September 6, Dote of the lint publication of this
Division the address of which Is Post Office Notice of YOUR VOICE the
Administration: ?Augu.'I990. on County
1990. Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida laIC B. Stark., Fl 32091 The personal .
Doted this 6 day of August. 1990. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the representative of the estate Is Dot Doltie Sue Prevail
Norman Personal'Representative of Ihe Commission District 2.
Kay undersigned Irene Acosta and RobertW. tie Sue Prevail whose address Is Route ,
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court Boyer. P.O. Box 663. Starke, Florida 1. Box 702, lawtey. Fl 32058. The name Estate BELL M. ROSIER!
By:Carol Williams 32091. |joint owners, doing business and address of the personal representative's
Deputy Clerk' under the firm name of Silver Strand Industries attorney are let forth below. RICHARD E. WELTY A New Time A New Face
EXHIBIT"A" 934 North Temple Avenue
1.4 miles south of
Hwy] All persons having claims or demands
Parcel 301 Intend ta sold fictitious Post Office Box 99S
register against the estate are required WITHIN A New Beginning NOW
A tract of land situated In the South I* name under the aforesaid statute. Deceased.S'arke .
of Fractional Section 33. Township 6 S, Dated this, 1 day el August A.O. 1990 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to Florida' 37091. Manly Bolin1991
Rang. 21 E, and In Fractional Section 1. In Madford'County. file with the clerk of the above court a ((904))964 8050
Township 7 S, Rang.21 E, said' tract being B094tpd830 written statement' of any claim or demand Florida Bar 14462S
more particularly detcrlbed as Attorney for Personal "Pd.PoLAdv"Pd.
they have. Each claim must
follows IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH may Repress7.stative8O92tchgBl6 I
: be In writing and usl Indicate the basis .for by Campaign Ttea .
Commence at a concrete monument at JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Dem.
the NW corner of Fractional Section 4 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
and run N 89 Sr 06" E along the North
line of sold Fractional Section 4. e CASE NO.! 89-126-CP(1-'"') '
distance of 2SI.43 feet to the E'ly ROW IN RE: the Estate of
line of County Road No. CMS. thencerun .T. G. BLACKWEll. -
SE'ly along said ROW 'line with a Deceased..
curve concave NE'ly said curve having acentral : 1 ELECT
angl. of 2S3SS4". a radius of :
2914.78 feet, an arc 'length of 1257.57 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION t
feet and a chord bearing and distance of The administration of the estate of T.
S 3353'47"E. 1247.14 feel to Slate Road G. BLACKWEU. deceased Case No.
Department ROW marker and POI: 89-126-CP ((1-4114)), Is pending' the CI,.
thence run NWly along laid E'ly ROW cult Court for Bradford County. Florida D. M. HALE
line with a curve concave HI''' said Pobol.QIYI.lon. the address of which Is '
curve having a central angle of Bradford County Courthouse Starke, ;
OS'08'04", a radius of 2814.78 feet an Florida :32091 The name and address of
arc length of 252.23 feel and a chord the personal representative and of the COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4
bearing a distance of N 44or42"W. personal representative's attorney are r SEPTEMBER 1990
257.16 feet; thence leave said ROW line set forth below.
and run N 4398'16" E. 363.00 fool; Interested persons are required to .
thence run N 64U'I4 E. 67S.OO feet; file with the Court WITHIN THREE! MON. k' I Qualified DependableWill
thence run N 31"18'""E. 384.66 feet to a THS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION .
work with all elected officials to insure that the
point In the center line of a 100.00 feet OF THIS NOTICE: _
Clay Electric Co-op Inc. ROW easement (1)) All claims against the estate and ((2)) L.J4ak ) .
best service is the lowest
for Power Transmission, recorded In any objection by qny Interested person possible provided-at cost to
Mice, Book 19 page 191 of the Public to whom notice was malted thai
Record. of sold County: thence run S challenges the validity ol the will. the the taxpayer, at the same time look for ways to reduce

38'Z"' ." E, along said easement .qualifications of the personal representative taxes. ..
centerline 650.00leet more or less to th.Centerline ,venue or|jurisdiction of the Court. .
thence run run SWIy along Smapson said centerline River; SO FILED WITH SE FOREVER BARRED.- .

1.350.00 feel more or less to the E''jy soW'',' publication,, oft this Notice'" \. has begun fm H.1.1.*FoUHoI- Advtrttonw- *- irl'''YQURYrQP7SP; i+ ,' { +iZyIFaC- GREATL't.j.fEB.: ) GJArIl;QyI ::

ROW line Of said County Rood No. C-223 August t. 19'10.- I .A'1 T.;; t'(1, .... ., ,"" .. .. .' 1 ..... .....
and a point earing S 46"41'44"} E. from Johnny Hobbs Jr. P.A.
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August IS 1990 TELEGRAPH Page 9A
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I ( ] make recommendation to the Board of OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: MUNICIPAL SERVICES TAXING UNIT:
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida County Commliiioneri and the Board ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. ESTABLISHING BOUNDARIES: PRO
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the will consider Wednesday September VIDING DEFINITIONS: PROVIDING FOR
undersigned Susan Goodn.r, Rt 1 Box 19, 1990, at the Commissioners Room of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the INCLUSION OF
.. 193: lawtey Florida 33058. .... the Bradford
owner County Courthouse, Starke, lath day of September 1990 at 11:00 MUNICIPALITIES: PROVIDING FOR
NOTICE OF INTENTION Statute, notice I* hereby given that the doing business under the firm name of Florida at 7:30: P.M. an Ordinance A.M. the Bradford County Board of ESTABLISHMENT OF SEPARATE FUNDS:
TO REGISTER undersigned. GLEN W DESKS P.O. Box Past Present RI 1 Box 971, Lawtey. i relating to: County Commissioner In regular session ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
FICTITIOUS NAME 1139 Slor... FL 32091 ole ownar. doIng Florida 33058. Intend to register said The coning of the following deurlb- to be held at the Boards Meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the
Pursuant business under the firm of fictitious nom under the aforesaid .d property and amending the Com- Room at the Bradford Courthouie
to Section M5.09. Florid. name County 10th day of September, 1990. at 10:15
Statutes, notlce'ls hereby given that the SOLAR CONTROLLER 649 N. Temple .'01..,.. prehenilve land u.. Plan to provide Starke, Florida will hold a .. .M. the' Bradford County Board of
wmfordgnwl. CLENDA EPPS. 73.7 8. Ave>:, Stork, FL 32091. Intend la Dated this 16 day ol August, A.D. 1990In that land currently zon.d OR and public hearing on the proposed enactment County Commissioners, In regular session
Walnut St.. Stork. 33091.. sole ownar""'' remitter told fictitious nome under the Bradford County. designated by the plan as Open Rural ba for adopting Ordinance No. 09.. to held at the Boards Meeting Room
doing bustnes under the firm mm ol .aforesaid' statute 081641pd0906 rezoned to ILW and designated Industrial The substance ol th. proposed ordinance at the Bradford County Courthouse
SHEAR DESIGN, 737 S. Walnut St., Doted this 311 day ol August A.D.. !, light S Warehousing the property I I. to establish funding by special Stark, Florida will hold a public hearing
1990 In Bradford County. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of Vernle P. Odom described as assessment for County Detention
Slarke. Florida 3201 Intends to register on the proposed enactment for adopting
Mid fictitious 110.... under he oforeioldtaluta. 8/02 4tpd 8/23 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAPROBATE follows: Parcel No. 04760-0-00000 In Section Facilities (CDF) for the health and Ordinance No. 906.
( 7, Township 7, Rang. 22 East, welfare of the citizens of Bradford Coun The substance of the proposed ordinance

Doled this 24th day el' July. A.D.,,,. PUBLIC NOTICE File DIVISION located 301 South across from Croiley ty Florida.All Is to .establish for the health
No.9O-71.CP .
1990. In Union County. The Bradford County School Board Manufacturing.You Interested parties are Invited topresnt and welfare of citizens of Bradford
IN RE: ESTATE OF are further given NOTICE that a their comment the time and
7364lchg1o Stark. Florida, will hold a Public Hear. at County Florida a Municipal Services
tha MABEL PATRICIA BURNS copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.avallobl. I. place set forth above. of
Ing on Special Programs and Pro Taxing Unit for the Provision
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA tedurel for Exceptional Student Education Deceased. for your Inspection at the of- Persons are advised that If they municipal services to residents of the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION face of th. Director of Zoning and Planning decide to appeal decision mad at
CIRCUIT. IN AND on "August 22, 1990,7:00: p.min the any unincorporated areas Bradford County
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA School Board Room of the District Administrative Th. administration of th. estate ol City HallThomp Street, Starke, this hearing they will need a record of and to the residents of such
CASE NO MABEL PATRICIA BURNS DECEASED File Florida. the proceedings, and for such ,
: 389-CA Office, S82 N. Temple' purpose Municipalities In Bradford County which
Division, !': Brodlgrd County Avenue, Starka, Florida. Number 90-17-CP Is pending In the Circuit Each and every person having any interest they may need la ensure that verbatim may elect to be Included within such
IN RE:The Marriage of Copies ol this document may be obtained Court for Bradford County Florida whatever In the enactment of this record of the proceedings Is made Unite
ANDREW JAMES WISE. al the Bradford School Board Offices Probate Division the address of which I I. proposed ORDINANCE should appear which record Includes the testimony and All Interested parties are Invited to
P.O. Drawer B. Starke, Fl 32091. The and be heard at the time and evidence which
Husband Monday through Thursday place upon the appeal Is to be present their comments at the time and
name and address of the
personal prescribed. bated.
Denlse Adam, Director place set forth above.
CHONA RIVERA. WISE. -. ExcsptionalStudsntEducatlon representative and the personalrapresantatlva's BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DATED this 14th day of August, 1990. Persons are advised that If they
Wife attorney are sat forth 08161 tchg PO 4232 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
8/02 3tchg 8/16: Cont. No.549 to appeal any decision made at
NOTICE OF ACTION P.O. Number 1269 ""ow. 08301 tchgPO 4232 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA this hearing they will need a record of
TO: Chono Rlvara WI., 47 A-P D.I All Interested persons are required to . . . . . . . o. 0. : RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT the proceedings and for such purpose,
Rotarlo. Extanilon C.bu City 4000 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA file with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS NOTICE OF CALL FOR BID PROPOSALSFOR 08164tchg0906P04337 they may need to ensure that verbatim
You ara notified that a Petition for BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA THIS NOTICEI( ) all claim.against tha CITY OF STARKE EMPLOYEES which record Includes the testimony and
Dissolution of Marriage hoi been filed PROBATE DIVISION ." 0'. and ((2) any objection( by an Interested NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED evidence upon which the appeal to be
ogolntt you and you ... required to CASE NO.: 90-72-CP person on whom this notice Notice Is hereby given that the City of ORDINANCE NO. 90-3 PROMOTING based.
terva a copy of your written defense. II DIVISION:, was served that challenges the validity Starke Is calling for sealed bid proposals PUBLIC HEALTH SAFETY AND DATED this 14th day of August, 1990.
any to it. on '."''Ion.r'. Attorney, FILE NO.: 1.4201 of the will, the qualification of the personal tram Health Insurance Carrier Health GENERAL WELFARE AND TO MINIMIZE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ZELDA J. HAWK whole addre.. It IN RE: ESTATE OF representative, venue, or jurisdiction Maintenance Organization and Preferred PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LOSSES DUE TO BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
2830-K NW 41*' Street, P.O. Box 703S MARYW.LYONS.Doc.o..d. of the court Provider Organization, for FLOOD CONDITIONS IN SPECIFIC AREASBY RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT
Galnatvllla. Florida 33605 on or beta,. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO coverage for City Employee Bid proposals PROVISIONS DESIGNED: REPEALING 08164tchg0906PO4337
September 3, 1990. and file Ih. original FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. will ba received by the City Clerkat BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE NO.
...\\V.the tWik, ol this court either before NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONadministration Publication of this Notice hat begun City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street, 899.
_service on Petitioner', Attorney or Jm- on August 16, 1990. Stark, Florida 32091 up to and ..n,1I10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the
mediately' thereoHecu Otherwise, The of the llot/ of P.rlOnoIR.pr..n'allv.: A.M., September 10, 1990. Informationon 10th day of September 1990 at 10:00 O n
default/ will be entered agalnl for: MARY W. LYONS deceoied. File Sammy Jo Reeder bid procedure., specifications, and A.M. the Bradford County Board of i
the relief demanded In the petition.you Number 1.4201.1. pending In the Circuit 1333 Tam-O-Shantar Drive current benefit are available upon request County Commissioner. In regular *...
Dated July 19, 1990. Court for Bradford County Florida Probate Bakersfield CA 3309 from the City Clerk at the sion to be held at the Boards Meeting
RAY Division the address of which it Attorney for Personal Representative: abovesaid address. Room at the Bradford County Courthouse O o
NORMAN. Bradford County Courthouie. Slarka, Myron C. Prevatt Jr. BY': LINDA WISE Slarke, Florida will hold a
Clerk ol tha Circuit Court Florida. The name and address of the Florida Bar No. 108860 CITY CLERK public hearing on the proposed enactment The windiest/ city In the US Is Greet
By:Carol Williams personal repretenlatlv and the personal P.O. Dcawar 790 CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA for adopting Ordinance No. 905. F.ns. Montana where the average
Deputy Clerk representative's attorney ore set Keystone Heights, FL 32656 08l62tchg0823 The substance of .the proposed ordinance wind speed Is 13.1 mph. Chicago
7/26 4lchg 8/16; Conl. No. 546 forth below. Telephone: ((904)) 473.499308162Ichg0823 P04028 Is establishing a Flood Ordinance the notorious city" actually

.. ---- --.----.---'- -- 'All'! Interested persons or. required to . . . . . . . . to prevent or regulate the construction ranks only 16th among the windiest
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO file with this. court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS . . . . . . NOTICE OF BID of flood barrier which will unnaturally cftlea In the US.
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE: ((1)) claim against tha estate REGISTER The Bradford County Board of County may increase flood hazard to other
Pursuant1 to Section 865.09. Florida and (2)) any objection by an Interested FICTITIOUS NAME Commissioners will open sealed bid on land. Will also repeal Bradford County
Statute, notice Is hereby given that the person la whom notice wo moiled that Monday September 10 190 at 10:00 Ordinance No. 89.9 In Us entirely.
undersigned*' April E. Austin Route 1. challenge the validity of the wIll. the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida a.m. in the County Commissioners All Interested parties are Invited to
Box 340 Breaker, FL 32622. sole owner, qualllkatlon ol the personal representative 'Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that thaundersigned Meeting Room at the Bradford County present their comments at the time and
'doing business under the firm nom. of ), venue, or (uritdlctlon of the Thomas C. Clark and Show Courthouse, Starke, Florida for a 1991 place set forth above.
AU TIIICH. Route I Box 348 Brooker. court. E. Grlgsby, Jr.. joint owners, doing Type I Modular Ambulance.For Person are advised, that If they "The" Is the most commonly used
Florida 32633. Intends to register sold All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT business under the firm name of Clark. copies of the specifications or any decide' to appeal any decision mod at word In written English.
fictitious name underh.. o'or..ald SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BARRED. Grlgsby Enterprises, Inc., Intends to questions regarding this bid please contact this hearing they will need a record of
statute: Publication of this Notice hot begun of regllter laid fictitious name under the Cliff Chapman Director Bradford the proceeding, and for such purpose
Dated this 33rd day of July. A.D, this. 9 day ol August 1990. aforesaid *statute County Emergency Services, 8I2A North they may need to enure that verbatim Church of God of Prophecy, Inc.
1990 In Bradford County. '.raonolll.pr..nlatl".: Dated this 16 day of August, ...0.1990 Grand Street, Stark, Florida 32091. record of the proceeding I I. made, 2138 N.
7/26'pd, 8/16; Cont. SoIl Bill, Buby In Bradford County. Phone ((904)) 9646911. Sealed bid can be which record Includes the testimony and
Rout 5. Box 7628 08164tpd0906 mailed or hand delivered to the Bradford evidence upon which the appeal Is la be Pastor W.T. .ney

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Sta..... Florida 32091 . . . . . . . . County Courthouse, Clerk of Court P.O. based. 964-7712
REGISTER NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Drawer B. Slarke, Florida 32091 before Dated this 14th day of August, 1990. 'M, i O' 0 SERVICESam
; .I j1c:11110US( N1L7Jle'j\ I > Attorney. "raonciJ II.p'.HlhI6,1v. REZONING. '. the aforementioned data and time.1} BOARD. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '' ....d.y.. U 6 pm
.t.a' s .y v' Ties .,.. ........ ..12 Noon
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Wed. .. .. .. .
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 405 WEST GEORGIA STREET PLAN SIONERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO.REJECT RAY NORMAN/ CLERK OF THE COURT Thura... ..,.. ...... .12 Noon
undersigned MARY E. MASSEY, Rt. 2 STARKE FLORIDA 32091 An ORDINANCE ameendlng" the Comprehensive ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS. 08164tchg0906'P04237 Fri.'.. ......... .7.30 r'm .
Box 3432. Melrote, FL 37666. sole TELEPHONE NO.: ((904)) 964-4667 Land Ue Plan Element and Maxle Carter Chairman _.
owner doing business under the firm FLORIDA. BAR NO.:0242871 Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance Board of County Commissioners
Come With Us
name of ROSE STONE SERVICES. Rt. 2 06092lchg0816NOTICE with the local Government Ray Norman Worship
Box 3453. Melrose. FL 32666 Intends to Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Clerk of Court STARKECHURCH BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
register said fictitious nom. under the OF INTENTIONTO provided for In Chapter 163 of the 08162tchg0823

aforesaid statute. REGISTER Florida Statutes.TO . . . . . . . . . OF GOD Comer of Pratt and Christian
Dated this 31st day ol August, A.D., FICTITIOUS NAME : All Cltllzens, Taxpayer and other NOTICE; OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED Sun. School 9:45 am
422 N. St.Clair H4- "
1990. In Bradford County. Interested parsons. ORDINANCE NO. 90-9 Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
6702 4tpd 8/23 Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida You and each ol You are hereby and ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL Pastor: David Pleasant'Wo
Sun. Evening Service 7:00:
notice Is
hereby given that pm
the herewith given notiice In accordancewith ASSESMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF Invite you fo worship with Sir Wed. Service
undersigned Debra 7.00pm
i J/ Norman Night
Florida Statutes that the Board of
sole owner, doing business under the
NOTICE. OF INTENTION County Commissioners of Bradford School .____ 10 .
firm.nom ol Beery Special Kid. Intends DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING Sunday sn Pastor Ronald Hannah
TO REGISTER to sold fictitious County Florida have designated the SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING Morning Worship _?._....:. II m
FICTITIOUS NAME under the register aforesaid statuta.Doled nome Bradford County Zoning and Planning BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL Evening Service ..,. -..?__ bps.Wednesday Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida this 7 day of August A.D. 19901f Board to conduct a public hearing at a ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED Youth ._...__?..,_ 7.30pm Proclaiming The Blood,The took Bland Hat
In Bradford County. .

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N '.. f "" Starke City Council was hand- Weldon told the board. At presentthe "We saw that the garbage collection

r, .. \ ed Director a balanced budget by Operations Fire Department operates as a operation was losing money,"
'tc'lo IW Bill Weldon and City Clerk volunteer unit. Only two men are on said commissioner Bobby Biggs, so
_. .
.. ... Linda Wise at their second workshop duty at certain times. This is not we started the fee.What is your solution -
.. Monday night, July 30, to bring an- enough to be fully classified as a ?"
ticipated revenues of $1,584,853 in manned unit he said. It takes at "I don't like the hodge-podge manner
'' rN line with estimated expenditures of least three men to properly operatea it Is being run," Kelly answered.
.. $1,772,526. an imbalance of $187,673. truck at a fire scene, additionally, "You need money for the existing
By cutting a needed new garbage the department is called on for dump and money is charged for a
truck, estimated to cost $50,000, rescue assists more frequently! new ump. How long will it con-
transferring an additional $40,000 when the county's rescue unit is tinue 1"The
} 'c'4 from the utility fund to the general committed or needs assistance. city will continue to have the
fund, and looking at income from problem of getting rid of waste, the
\ sanitation operations, "I feel we will Recycling Coming... council said, and the feeling Is costs
x 'v3'J l-Afw /\ be able to balance the budget," said will likely increase rather than
Recycling Is Weldon
A rjw/i 'ri'i> v v / Wise. coming,
jM&-a f \ \\* <''V W' Weldon agreed, "I feel real com- warned the board. The city, since it decrease.
\/ wx Is the
> population center of the county
fortable with this
budget. Police Department...
After looking at revenues for the will have to cooperate with the
In order to achieve the A restructuring of a
county promotion
past couple of of In-
years, 65 to 70% considered Police
goal of is being by
come from utilities comes in in the 30% recycling system
specified in the 1988 Solid Chief Epps.
last four Waste Act
and September.months June" Weldon, July,August said. passed by the Florida legislature.] History shows that"five years is a
"With As soon as the county decides the long time in the department," Epps
3 Win Smith cooperation of Linda's office
Scholarships... ,
we have done lot to correct administration method of recycling It will pursue, said. Being a small town, our pay

Recipients of the 1900-91 Smith Scholarships arc l-r) is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baldwin of Starke of the general fund." he said, whether it be separation at scale can't keep up with other agen-
Jennifer Brown and Pamela Zurfluh being conand the wife of Kenny Clark. "The general fund definitely has a the curbsIde or a central separation cies which can start out at over
gratulated by Ms. Eugenia Whitehead, director of stuPamela Zurfluh Is a junior at the University of North problem," Wise said. "We need to facility,the city will have to acquire $20,000, he said.
ilcnt services for the Bradford school district. Florida majoring In elementary education. She is the build it back up where It was a few the equipment needed, maybe a "At present we hire a person and
One recipient Kelllcne Baldwin Clark, was not pre daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Zurfluh of Starke. years ago. We need to watch what truck with separate compartments he Is promoted to lieutenent in one or
sent for the photo. we spend and get a reserve built for various recyclables or a trailer two years," Epps said. Epp'splanwould
Jennifer Brown Is a junior at the University of In 1984 the family of Foster Sill Smith and Mary Ann back up." Culled a tractor for curbside col- require a minimum time in
Florida, majoring in psychology and prc-deiitlstry.She Smith donated funds to the Bradford County school Police Chief Jimmy Epps was cau- grade to be eligible for promotion,in
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of system to be used for scholarships to deserving junior tioned not to buy a budgeted new Only $20,000 Is included In this addition to passing a test for the pro-
Starke. and senior college students. police car until "December or budget for those items, but future motion.A .
Kcllienc Baldwin Is a senior at the University of Miss Brown and Miss Zurfluh were Introduced at the January" because funds might be budgets may see a substantial In- rookie policeman would not be
North Florida majoring in elementary education. She Aug. 13 Bradford School Board meeting. short until tax monies come in after crease needed, he indicated. working alone in the field without
November."I This brought a comment from the proper training. This would reduce
hesitate to audience, from J.D. Kelly,who said, lIabiltiy of the city if damage or
this, but it looks
now like the internal say "It looks like double taxation to me. harm was caused by an error in
service fund
have You charge a $10.00 garbage fee now police action, he said.
Bessent is New County Attorney carryover may ," Wise about told the a $50,000 council. and the county assesses every Epps proposed that he present his
household in
This comes from the county $75.00. That plan in detail to the council at a
.I v purchasing being hits a person who is on social security workshop meeting to be scheduled at
given control
By Buster Rahn to fill the unexpired term of County Flynn's tenure. Prior to Green's thinks. over the garage, she pretty hard." the pleasure of the council.The .

aCT Staff Writer Attorney Reggie Flynn, who resigned holding the position,Flynn served in "Internal control, thats what it
Starke lawyer Bill Bessent was the position last month. the! position for about 3 years. Is," said Mayor Vernon Silcox.
named the new attorney for Brad- The appointment expires in The city is getting larger, a
ford County in a 4-1 vote June 20. November, this year.Commissioner Background... definite need is for an additionalman
Commission Chairman Maxie E.L. Norman mov- Attorney Bill (William A' Ill Bes on the Fire Department,
Carter opened the June 20 mid- ed to implement the motion, and sent is a native of Starke, with family t1 ...--
month commission meeting with a received a second by CommissionerJoe roots going back two generations _
recommendation that Bradford Riddick. in Bradford County. His grand- Lawtey to Get EL
County retain Attorney Bill Bessent Commissioner Wilbur Waters ask father, W.A. (Sonny) Bessent
ed if the vacancy should be advertised operated a general store in Starke,
but was told it isn't necessary. and was the first town marshal when NRCI BuildingLawtey
Bessent was hired on a 4-1 vote, the town was incorporated, in 1876.
with Waters casting the nay vote. In the May 29, 1876, Starke had 42 will be given the old ad- ?( Y'f
Attorney Flynn questioned electors, with 40 of them voting. Bes ministration building from the New y n titts'
whether or not he should stay for the sent received 20 votes to Holl- River Correctional Institution, said u"ayi ri A+
commission meeting, which had the Ingsworth's 18 votes. Women did not councilman Marvin Rosier, but will ryC gs ka..aarn
Carla Hawthorne appeal on the have the right to vote in those days. have to move it within 30 days, he y i StltlBiJMti
agenda. His father,Abe Bessent, ran a pool told the Lawtey council at a regular
Chairman Carter asked Flynn to room on Call Street for 42 years. meeting Monday, August 6.
stay, saying the county would have Bill graduated from BHS in 1960, NRC has been undergoing a lot of
"co-attorneys" for the evening. and from the University of Floridain new construction since it was given
Attorney Flynn, who served as 1965. He received his law degreein status as a separate correctional institution ; .
county attorney for about a year, 1975, and opened a practice in less than two years ago. All
said his private practice has grownto Gainesville, where he remained Inmate housing units, which were
the extent that he cannot attendall about five years, prior to beginninga wooden frame buildings, have been : -
.'\., county meetings,answer the hundreds law practice in Starke, in 1981. replaced, additional wings added,
"< of telephone calls relating to Bill has a son attending Santa Fe and now the administration
\ (.. county affairs, or give the time county Community College in Gainesvilleand building, also a temporary wooden.
business requires. Furthermore, a daughter attending the frame building is being replaced.- t rJ, ...
Flynn says, "I think the position of University of Florida. If present plans materialize, it will iay uind ; .,9tt, I
county attorney should be rotated With two children in Gainesville be moved to Lawtey and be placed
among attorneys." schools, Bessent finds it more conve- between the present city hall and the
\ Attorney Flynn expressed his appreciation nient to live in Gainesville,but plansto fire station, facing the produce
\ to commissioners saying return to Starke at some future market wharf, and will be used for a
he enjoyed working for and with time. He has purchased the old fami- new and larger city hall. ,
Bill Beiient them. ly home on Bessent Road and plansto It will have much more room than
I Attorney R.A. Green was county renovate the house and move intoit the present city hall and will be Under The Sun.
N.w Bradford County Attorney attorney for 6-9 months prior to at some future time. nearly at ground level, so that folks
can get in and out without climbing a

lot of steps Rosier said. All season long yotf be applauding Merle Norman's collection
_ Hunter Education Courses Set Around AreaThe Plans are to pave the Hmerock
area from the street back to the fire of special sun protectors.There's Sheer Tint Foundation,

Florida Game and Fresh Kitecuve June i, iwn, nuutem 10 Courses are scneuuled to start in station for parking and access. Light Se Tanning Moisturizer, Sheer Bronzing Powder; Ultra
Water Fish commission will be offering years of age and younger will be re- this area at the Osceola Rifle RangeIn The building that is now city hall
free hunter ecucation courses quired to have passed a Hunter Lake City, September 4th ; "is much too good a building to be Skin Protector;; Ultra Eye Protector; and Ultra Up Protector.
during the month of September at Education Course before purchasinga at Gainesville High School, destroyed," Rosier said. Probably it
locations throughout north central license or while hunting in the September 17, 6:30 p.m.; at Mac- will be available for rent or some use mERLE noRmtirrCOSMETIC
Florida. state of Florida. All persons born clenny at the old auto mechanics will be found for it, he said..
Hunters planning an out-of-state after June I, 1975 will be required by shop across from the old high school, STUDIOS .
hunting trip should make sure law to complete this course. September 10, 7 to 10 p.m.; and in
whether a Hunter Education Course Classes are scheduled in Jackson- Jacksonville, Fletcher High School, Check theClassifieds
certification is required by the state ville, Gainesvbille, Lake City 3, 5, 6; Orange Park High '
they plan to visit. Chiefland, Perry, Bronson anJOrange School, Sept 10, 12, 13; Crown Point 118 8. Thompson St.

Park. Participants are required Elementary School, Sept 10, 11, 12; 964-7355
"That trip of a ]lifetime could turn to pre-register by calling the Paxson Sr. High School, Sept. 17, 18,
into a nightmare if you forget to take Lake City office, 9047580525.The 19; and Sandalwood High School,
the course before leaving said Lt. course consists of twelve Sept. 24, 25, 26. All Jacksonvilleclasses
Rudy Howell, Hunter Education Of- classroom hours and a trip to a are scheduled from 6-10
ficer for the Game and Fresh Water shooting range. Instruction is givenin p.m.
Fish Commission. "Most western first aid, firearm safety,
states require valid certification wilderness survival, ethics, wildlife Remember, pre registration is required -I
before non-residents can purchase a Identification, conservation laws so call Lake City, 758-O523 for
hunting license." and marksmanship.Bradford details.of Hurry and Get. Your Oil HOURSi

I Legal NoticeNOTICE I Changed Before Our I 8.1 8.5:30 Until Saturday LastCustomer M-P

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Oil Prices Go Up Serviced1O
OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO County Courthouse, Stark., time and place for the two public
POSED ORDINANCE NO.9O-7; REPEAL Florida. At this time the Bradford County hearings r.qulr.d.
ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE Commission will make the final decision' Director
NO.90-4; ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE on 'the proposed application, after having Zoning and Planning .1 ................................ ..... ................................
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF two public hearings, advertisement/ Bradford. County
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; and posting. All perssons Interested In 08161 tchg
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING this application or. hereby alven notice/ PO4232 MINUTE OIL CHANGE

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ASSESSMENT DATE. : ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE Jessie's Lounge 10 MINUTE 3)) We Lubricate'the Entire Chassis '

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat on the OIL CHANGE! D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant Ii
I 10th day of S.pt.mb.r, 1990 at 10:30
D We5 Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
A.M. the Bradford County Board of I 5))
County Commliilonert, In r.gular >... 801 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida ?>at. D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid. i
lion to held at the Boards Meeting Room
at the Bradford County Courthouse, 'Inhere Music & entertainment SlBouAUO PENHZ01L D 7)) ,We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid
Slurke, Florida, will hold hearing Differential Fluid
the a public < ...... D 8)) We Check and Fill
on proposed enactment for adopting <
Ordinance No. 90-7 D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery

NOTICEAPPLICATION FOR REZONING 20 IS MEN'S NIGHT! D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid

Arthur R. Alvarei has mad. applies' Live BandMEN'S WtMCjassProtection D 11)) We Wash Your Windshield

tlon Planning to th.Department Bradford County for recloMlflcalion Zoning and "" D 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades

of the property described below from EA DRINKS .. : D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the

i to OR: On.Acre our of No. 02007 In Section 2 FOR 1 Proper PressureD .
j 6. Township 6, Range 22. East,
located 16 West of Morgan Rd. on ,1.1$. 14)) We Vacuum the Interior ,

This subject proposed to a public chang.hearing In classificationIs to be h.ld Live Band Now Playing! $ 15)) We Check Your ''Air Filter

b.for. Bradford County Zoning Board on _'OUTHERN RAGE Aug. 17, 18, 21' 2O-. 16)) We Check Your Breather ElementTERWILLEGAR'
Tuesday August :38! 1990 at 7:00 pm at -
the Council Room of Stork f Happy Hour
City Hall, 209
N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At Watch for Nut & Bolt l\lon..FrL ". ,..,. "'
this time all persons, both for and Night,Aug. 31 4:00pm7:00pmALLDRINKS :;
agclnst. this proposal shall b. heard, as Come see u* to find out S QUICK LUBE
specified In the Bradford County Zoning all about this night. REDUCED
Cod...Th. Zoning Board will make a' Bottle of Champagne to
recommmendatlon ;fo the Bradford the winner 964-9995 St.
150 w:
Couonly Commission on this application 9649000'J

et Wednesday their prescheduled S.pt.mb.r' hearing 19. '1990 to b.at h.ld 7:30: :;; tR Thursday I* Ladle Night at Hogan' heroes 'Starke, FL .

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This V 9" diamondback rattlesnake crawled Into the front lawn of :fAt'; lif&:<'t.j''J'.x'4'O..,I" '..% '

one James Sunday Starling's afternoon mobile about home the on middle CR-225 about July.2Vt miles east of Lawtey_ 'i, f-J;' A ".ITS. tKt.frSrsA.S'npijptfp." : let us,:'order' your school'1 kids' Band" ',

James Is In center of the picture above, his brother Robert Is on the w&t ':' Instrument '
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right, and a friend Mike Olson Is at left. s gl'i1t: ->-fr fr ff '> ; ',,; ; ,
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The Town of Raiford Council year in which to hold up building the .I '
heard presentations from two firms landfill,Wilkinson said.The suit can I III i'I iI III
hoping to write the application and be ref Ued in Union county.The Judge I IIII II reg.
administer a Community Development did not rule on the case, he said, he SONY KV-27DS1 I I it I I
Block Grant, at their August referred it back to Union County TRINITRON CONSOLE I $-1 y 99 o0II
meeting, Monday, August 13. The plan Is to proceed with the Ad- STEREO MONITOR/RECEIVER II I I I I I I
Robert Webb,Associate with Fred ministrative Hearing, and then if we LI .I J. dll
Fox Enterprises, Palatka, and Deb- don't win, we can go to court in Microblack1" Trinitron picture tube i :, : ?I! III I II ul IIII I
bie Roumelis, Executive Vice Presi- Union county, Wilkinson told the Dual full range stereo speakers ,
dent, Clark, Roumelis and council.An Stereo broadcast reception ---_
Associates, Tallahassee, both made administrative hearing, now write scheduled for early December, of Direct video/audio Inputs III
proposals oferlng an ap- ;11 IuI
plication for the town. which the Town of Raiford is a petitioner Cable-compatible Express Tuning* system !III!IhPgUllp NmiullnplinpipllllllgqllllPlll
A Neighborhood Revitalizationgrant ,will be the fourm for the com Auto timer/channel block system
would help with water and plaints to be heard, said Jon Wer- Unique space-saving console
sewer extension, improvements, or show, attorney for the solid waste
establishing a new system. Some association. Results of this hearing a bargain at $8 9 9 00"i'
drainag6"W 9nd.pavirtgrcanraW"' "can then"be appealed to circuit "
be inch .r.,........._ ":l'- urt, he said bjiiithcr party. .,' ,_ "...r auu.rr9I." """"". .. .h ...n.n... .".. ,. ....n T ..._'"
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A Housing Grant would help with Attorney for Raiford, Terry "
renovating and upgrading substan- Brown,. told the council that the T-120 6 Hour' WE ARE BLOWING AWAY THE
dard housing in the neighborhood. lawsuit as filed has little merit and
New housing is not authorized ex- has little chance of being successful. VHS Tapes PRICES ON SHARP
cept an old house be torn down,then William Griffis, one .lie petitioners SHARR
replacement is required. ,also asked the council not to
Before the grant can be awarded, drop the suit. $299 FROM SHARP MINDS 100 Watt Sharp System
"If the town of Raiford drops the
a fair housing ordnance must be in "'
place and an affirmative action lawsuit, they will break the necl of COME SHARP PRODUCTS' Double Cassette Thmtable
policy statement showing the town is the citizens committee".that is
committed to eliminating fighting the landfill,Griffis said. "If 5 Band Graphic Equalizer

discrimination, must be acted on by we don t get'people: to.support us we Large selection 150 Watt System Remote Control
the council. will fold up, Model 7700CD __
The grant coordinators will committee Griffis says) needs they (the"40 citizens to 50 of Guitar Strings Full Function Remote,Double Cassette Continuous
the applications at no cost to
prepare the town. Fees will be paid from the members in the"organization to help & Picks in I store.Play,Bass System.Compact Disc Player 1 "' (
grant, if received. Ten percent of a with the money. $1198
grant is allocated to administration.The "Most of the households (In
firm writing the grant need not Raiford) have only one or two people
be hired to administer the grant, if per house," said Katheryn Alvarez,
received. who was presiding at the meeting in
The council will call a special the absence of Mayor J.D. Griffis. 5 FREE AudioTape Sale. $999
meeting in two weeks, August 28, They just don't have the money to
to help with a lawsuit, she blankswpurchase
8:30: p.m. to review proposals sub- spend
mitted and award the job of applyingfor said. 'X
the Community DevelopmentBlock ,of Your Best Buy ,
Grant for Raiford. e '
In Other Business... portable or ; in Home cy ,

Fire Department... Street lights continue to be shot full size AM/FM ,
The big fire truck Is out of service out along one street, and Florida Entertainment.FULL .; -
and needs to be rewired completely.The Power Is reluctant to continue to cassette radio 1 --
problem is getting it towed to a .
shop. Discharging firearms within the SIZE CAMCORDERG.E.
Insurance for the truck is paid and town Is illegal, says Councilman _
costs $700, said Kathryn Alvarez, Michael Dobbs. .. G.E. RADIO
President of the council. No In- Clerk Linda Jordan is to advise the
surance has been paid on the other town marshal to give special atten- DUAL
truck,which is also out of order, but. tion to the area and try to solve the
can be put back In service quickly. problem. CASSETTE P'
Lack of Inmate labor Is a problem. FEAWfRES PORTABLE TV
Solid Waste Lawsuit... Some mowing needs to be done, but
J.L.Wilkinson advised the council no labor available. Other means of Two t tape decks for .MODEL 09GP101 and Status
On-Screen Operating Displays
that a news article stating the getting. the mowing done will be explored. hi-speed dubbing; cont. On-Screen Time and Channel Number

lawsuit against the New River Solid A house owned by the town Is for play, 4 speakers Sleep TimerPicture
thrown out
Waste Association was $79 9 $
court is In error. sale for just under$10,000. A buyer: AM/FM radio. Reset 2 9 9
willobtain .
The result of the Tallahassee hear Mr. Underhill, Is Interested and 2-Way AC/DC Operation
ing was to give the plaintiffs another a loan to make the purchase. 1 147-Channel Keyboard/Scan Capability Control

$6995 26" Television

Brooker Votes to: Advertise. w/Remote Control$449
I 25" GE Console

for Block Grant Applicationby -, G.E. -- w/Remote Control

Sue Ellen Smith minister the grant it Is awarded to SPACEMAKER
Brooker.The firm awarded the rightto
Icy Staff Wrtt.r voted administer the grant would get 15 Radio &
The Brooker City of the grant funds, about
14, to advertise percent Cassette ;
Tuesday night Aug. $52,500 if Brooker receives the entire Player
for bids for the application and administration $350,000 grant. I 1 ti
of a community AM/FM radio, stereo .f
The community developmentblock ;
to be used
development block grant grant is a 100 percent funded cassette player w/elect. \
for housing rehabilitation. grant, meaning the city would have
Brooker, which in the past has not almost no expense connected with it digital clock.
been successful in getting such a other than advertising for bids and
grant, has been told by Fred Fox an audit at the end of the project If it
Enterprises and the city's Is funded. $8395 VCR W/Remote ,
and Associates that bet After advertising for bids, the
chances of getting the grant are Brooker City Council will chose a ,
have ever Control ,r
ter this year than they .
firm to file the lengthy and complicated
been due to changes in the way grant grant application. Both
applications are ranked. Brooker in Fred Fox Enterprises and Clark, G.E. NITELIGHT :
could get as much as $350,000 Roumelis and Associates have offered $199
grant money for housing rehabilitation & RADIO
Is successful In its to file grant application $549
if the town for free. T'
grant application. for baby
Housing rehabilitationincludes .

the within renovation Brooker city of eligible limits. Eligible meeting In other City business Clerk at the Charlene Aug. 14 SafetynltellghtAMlFM/ 45" Screen ON SALE!' !" !

houses would have to be owned by Thomas told the council that the city radio sleep switch Big TV
people with low to moderate income ,will soon be receiving the$50,000 the allows child to fall ,
levels. 1990 Florida Legislature appropriated asleep to 30 minutes of "
to the.city for the construction -
from both Fred' of a recreation center.The ,music.
Fox Representatives:Enterprises and) Clark. Department of Natural Resources At this price you must take possession at store. $1599
Roumelis and Associates have beenMurting will send the grant to Brooker after $ 95 Slightly higher price if delivered.
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fUr firms will be chosen to ad- agreement.

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Hampton DELACOUR TEXAS use AicoMoiMDAM a .= 1.99

Hilites BRANDY 50I,. -:::' xa'..3.49.


Attend Congratulations Graduation to Leslie Brown _599 ML d PEARL :.LIGHT 1-1101 CAN CAM* 1.99

who graduated in Private Security
from Career City College in
Gainesville on July 28. Graduation F
exercises including the University of e
Florida Color Guard were held at the
Eastside: School. % u r t
Among those attending the SCOTCH
ceremony were Leslie's parents, 99
Gerald and Miriam Brown, and his Y 99 -
sister,Delores Hawes. LTR SUffCE
VisitorsRoy I CEJ / ; On

Buddy and Velma Roark 1 % __
panied by c.y
spent from July 3 to 11th touring the _
Maggie Valley and Cherokee areas. THE oDAY o// REGULAR,
They visited Roy's mother, Emma 7 / ,
Roark in West Jefferson, N. C. SALE, A R It CENU"ORAFT: I
They also visited their daughterand
family Patsy and Tony George .
and daughters in Lathonla, Ga. .
49 =849
During the week of July 22nd they 1 1O ell, f
returned to N. C. to attend funeral 1 I I i jo g
services for Roy's mother.
i I
Wauchula were guests of Jewel and
Bill Young from Tuesday to Fridayof ---"T-n___ 1MWM------- _-m.----
last week. They also visited other COUPON FOR
friends in the area. I i r t i i i S t i $1.00 OFF

August Birthdays 'DEWARS: PASSPORT fG'llbey'S OMEGA CHEVY L A. ,
3-Carole Stevenson
2-ClaireBrunetti -
,also Randy and; Sallye Scoggins16th White Lab l.' SCOTCH .! .. LONDON DRY &ROYALE :Jr c
Wedding Anniversary; 4-Kelly SCOTCH 14.99 SALE Gm. 940 GIN SCOTCH.SC'OOT'CBLENDED HOLLAND BEER

Bowen,6-Kathy Ester Langford Smith; ,5-Thomas Brandon s 99 LTR.-A.Aft ".'."..., 99 99SCOTCH 9'Y I I
Meng; 649 IAlI
Lott 9-Jennle Rhea, Gene Joyner, 'N J. II 18 I
; ,
12.99 se 1.n ns a
750 ML +
Mike Mowry; 10-Carmen : .L LTR. _."..xl"-s' w. LTR.
Waterhouse, Mike Swan, Timmy CS.OF 163.00 CS. OF8.389Mute.94 I FREE R7.O NILRTN..... CS.OF i.$71.94 CS. OF 8.$109.95 CS. OF 8.$101.94 Im9 ou
Slater; 11-Randy Scoggins; "
12-Sylvia Hall Derrick Jenkins; '*' !J qia/ u.
13-Jamie Wartiuft; 14-KIm Thorn- CLJ. BEEFEATER MT: GA ,:. 8
ton, Danny Wiggins, Kelly Bowen. SCOTCHGftaflantind w..n.aa.R.R PRY Girt KUM CUTOUT FOB e

Hampton Elem School J *na Gill ,.s12.99 SALE MIMICS RUM $1.00 OFF:

parents Principal to register Rick Ezzell children reminds before 1449 22 99 }..: 11199 9 99 LTR.-O.UU o nn MU.. 9 49 &A(

the beginning of the school term on tTs 750 ML 9.99 a' 750 ML
Aug. CS.OF 8.$88.94 CS.OF 139.95 CS.OF 12.$119.88 a CS. OF 113.88
who reach the age of S CS. OF 6-$137.00 CS. OF 6 $74.95 LAGER BEER.
years by Sept. 1st, are eligeble for j CONSUMEA.OtferCIbI.padI
kindergarten. They will need birth CHIVAS Johnnie 1 ..", Sea ram's Seagram's CANADIAN VIKIN t'fZ VMM aMy\tt
certificates and appropriate a Kgal***ln(|tyt
medicaj records with immuniza- Walker f. i s c. IC' CIN&JUICE PIEMIUM 16.8 FJORD OPMATIOH DATE:AUO.21,19M
The school office is Monday
open oSSMAN
thru Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 4 3-37 :. 69 699 : 1II'OR1D899
p.m. for visits or telephone calls. tt a 750 ML 2599 \: -_.- ML 1.T >

CS.OF 209.88 CS. OF-$104.95 UQHT OR DARK
CS OF 8 -$155.94 S. F 80.94

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Births I
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Jessica L. Orton VODKA ',p. '-. .... TURKEY 6 YR.16KENTUCKY Pearl

Amy Lynn Dowling and Walt OrtonStarke irs10.49 SALE GIN RUM 1 2.99 SALE 100 PROOF BOURBON :
announce the birth of a % LTR. 1.50 LTR-2.00 "''won REGULAR UOMT
daughter, Jessica Lynn Orton born 99 In.V nun M7t9
June 12, 1990 at Shahds Hospital I In 8.99 S : 199'' 999 1149 1399L 199
Gainesville,Fl.She weighed 7 Ib.9V4 f -r: .eon : 11 i 11OLCS.
oz.Maternal OF 6-$62.94 CS. OF 12- $71.88 FREE ca:col. CS.OF 12.$109.95 CS.OF 12.$137.88 CS. OF 8.$83.94 (6-PK CANS
grandparents are Sandy
Dowling and Bill Dowling of Starke. I ABSOLUT 6mirnoff 6Pwn :
Maternal great grandparents are m Seagram'sV.O. Seagram's @W
the late Arch & Maxine Alley of 80 PROOF

Starke.Paternal grandparents are Ted & 30 VODKA VODKA ,_ ot 7 Ctown m@w $ LIGHT,*1.5.

Betty paternal Orton great of grandparents Gainesville and are '11 8 99 189 699 t 139! 124 t .329

Tim & Nettle Lee Orton of ." 750 ML LTR. 1.T.LTR '. CANE SZ
Gainesville. CS. OF 12.$143.88 CS.OF 107.88 CS.OF 113.50 CS.OF 12-$203.88 CS. OF 8 .$73.50
Ashley L. RhodenMr. i

and Mrs. James William Stolichnaya McCORMICK 1 CanaiVmn dJMI HEAVEN! RED
Rhoden.Starke, the birthof announce 80 VODKA VODKA ox : '
a daughter Ashley Lynn Rhoden, 11' mD 'D'D lUr HILL! WHITE
born August S, 1990 in Gainesville 1.7519.49 SALE GIN 17312.99 SALE UJ. 80 BOURBON rvwiprt S BLUE i
FL.She joins one sister, Jennifer LTR. 3.00 S.. LTR.-3.00 S.. I c.ws
Jws V 49 99 .
Ann, .. I / ::.
Maternal grandparents are Harmon *m* 999 Underhill of Starke and Ann 16A9 still 'P.i- 9.99 =:11 Izs.l LT'R'. U:. I cO '
Thorton of Lawtey. Maternal great I'_ CS. OF 8. 118.94 CS. OF 6- $58.95 CS. OF 70.95 CS. OF 6.$73.50 CS. OF 8-$80.94 CS. OF 6.suit
grandmother is Violet Underhill of -
Paternal granpartents are W. C. I IIh'JIl'H] =4.i'I': I I---J''iII =II : ,'JUG'WINE'SALE' : lII-i:1" :1:
Carol Rhoden A.of Rhoden Charleston of Ogden, S. ,C. and 111. Cockbum MII.. M 13.49 Carlo Rossi "SSSS=. :' L7R. 5.29 Sebastian! IUIIC-' M 8.99 Sebastlanl "'::.L M 4.29 Blue Ribbon
Paternal great grandparents are i REGULAR t UQHT
Aden and Ruth. Wood of Ogden, HI. 0. 199
Blue Nun Uebfraumilch M 4.49 ; ABC ::=: dR. 4.99 Codorniu =: IX 5.99 Geyser Peak RwoT M 8.49 c{ s

Laci S. GriffisEddie : Chat. Du Glana ML 12.43 Glen Ellen .-',?. L5.49 Gold Seal ..= .., M 4.99 *Clos du Bois OI.V 'ML 9.49
and Stephanie Griffis are
proud to announce the birth of their i lolla ...: .::....T M 1.03 J en Cella lambrusco L6.43 Great Western It..r 1Z 5.99 *Cfia St. lean w M 9.49

30 daughter, 1990.,Lad She Sierra was Griffis born on at July St. Moulon Cadel '>= 5.99 Togo Sangria Red L6.49 Mumm's = ,M L" 19.99 Sebasllanl := M 4.99 BUSCH

Vincents, Jacksonville, FL and Rlunlle ... -. L5.79 Moet & Chandon =: K 18.99
weighed 7 lb. 7 oz. RolhburyTrmSach"AAM. oM.T"' M 8.49 : Sebastian! := M 5.99 i BLBCHI NATURAL LIGHT

She is joined by one sister, Carla, = in 8.99: Taylor ....- I'A"L\ \:. 4.79 Korbel :. :X 9.99 Jordan = NO 17.99 -
7, and one brother, Eric, 9. ML '
Maternal grandparents are I *Chateau :I: ""M"= :K 19.99 In lenook "Y-:R 6.29 Andre t: 2.99 Kendal-Jackson :T M 8.49 1" '' 6-PK u
maternal great grandparents are ValcksnbergPnetTha I u..r"M'.a n.ML 4.49' ROBERT CbeL $I t. MichelleBeaulleu GMIwd1YT M 8,99
Bennett and Lorraine Wilkinson also LaFrancelC8
of Lawtey. Blanco R:':.""mI M 5.49 SU"l"I'EIt: MaNDAVI Pinot Nolr M 7.49
Paternal grandparents are Bobby Teo HO I WooDBRIOGS AsTI .RR.w no SchUtzMALTLlQUOIV;
and Freda Taylor Lawtey and Ed- "FraniRehJandeman.RRLIIMW....- ML 4.49 ) ..........._-..___ _C.NMNT 0.,.._. SPUMANTE Beaulieu ITMM.RR ML 8,99:
ward Griffis Lawtey. Paternal -. Sebastian I = :M 4.29
: M 12.99
79OAUtj9 99 R 11 OZ.CAN
Ona Hardee
great grandparents are
Lawtey, and Dopeie and Odessa I *A Cardo == M 14.49 3 II! Beringer >a..L" M 4.49 2
Griffis of Lawtey. 750 MLr 1.5 LTR.v mr 750 ML
lancer's ROM M 3.99 CS. OF 12.$45.48 CS.OF 51.95 "CS.OF 12-$69.10 Cho1. SI. Jean :, :K 12.99BARTLES 16

First Baptist Ranked 5th
The First Baptist Church of Irllll"MIs.. ML 18:119: "' ctWs Brandy M ;' 749 __

Lawtey (FBCL) competed and won IdIua = M 13.99 EC] Brandy M 1.49 Dolll ""iSSST" Sf 9.99 JAYMES
5th place at the State Championship
held in Tallahassee Amarelto : M 13.99 "101LA"110Nf '0Ls
on August 4. 11 Campari AperlllvoHeonosjyVJ M 13.99 rN.0'0 San Trapique K 749Drambuie
Leading the FBCL team with hits
were: 10-Curtis Crawford; 9-Steve ;ti M 18.99 Tia Maria L? 12.99 ,'wS2! K 19.99 R 599j

Larry Campbell Turbyfleld and Tommy Kelld Wise Kirby; 8-Jo Ballej's Irish M 13.99 Glenflddlch 19.99 Southera Comfort Iff._X 8.99- a.of 2t 117.94 wiSlf5AT

Stewart Duncan.Kelly; Dyal: 6 -
.U8HH II -I 1ATUAOAI.iUwsitt 1 t01NU.uefr n
Our hats off
go a fine team of
young men,sponsered by the Starke CAMADIAMMIST I IONBICO POPOV 1 eI
Recreation Department.Those competing i RUM i I VODKA

as at follows the State; Curtis Championshipwere Crawford, I 12.49L 1.Ta i I I 1I 1 12.49 iii I I I 9.69 1Te

Stewart Duncan, Steve Campbell, Sni..ic I S e anw vi' S A set,.'.Kww .
Tommy Wise, Donny McNeW Wise Larry 53ML AeUUU 1E HUB*I. 1 SUMUI.wni it i I A 1
Turbyfield, David Dary I I '
KIrby Jo Hildebran Kevin Wise, t I nw/uaa PINK CMAIUS I CIIAMJIUM .
Craig Wise, Billy Gault Joseph 1 f
I -
Starling,Paul Norman David Starling 1.99 I 5.49t/TL I w 3.29 ,111. : I 359 fTs
Boo Clayton Jason S.se a1 .
- tans f rawwL.rol.w 11!R/11I>'111 !I_ J R11
A special thanks to all the
that turned out to make this State
Championship so special. i I
FBCL, will be theState 5 t t
of Florida at the representing National Competition -5 1 4

to be held In Albany, Ga.on !l i! IIII i: ( ; o ?t
to Aug.attend.it.Sept.3.Everyone II Invited / 1 i i 1 -p

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THURSDAY,August 18,1990

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.> : Rep. Grant: Switching

Parties Good for Districtby
til rte e3 ''I''I't'

Sue ElUn Smith not share the same party affiliationwith dam Hussein was extremely
BCT Staff WrIUr the majority of the voters in his dangerous and must be stopped
U.S. Rep. Bill Grant, who left the district, he believes he shares the from further aggression in the Mid-
Democratic Party In February of same conservative philosophy, and dle East.
,I 1989 to join the Republican Party this shared philosphy,he hopes,will "I think President Bush has acted
said In an interview last week he hadno get him reelected."I very prudently and very decisively
apologies for switching parties think our people In North to Saddam Hussein's actions,
and believed he is better serving his Florida are driven in their decisionto Grant said. "There is little doubt in
mostly Democratic district as a vote by philosophy rather than by most people's minds that this is a
Republican. party affiliation, Grant said. "I very unstable individual that we're
The raw, stark fact is I can ac- think they vote for the Individual and dealing with.He is capable of extending -
complish more for the people of not for the party." hisbordders
L North Florida as a member of the Grant said that despite criticism of Saudi Ar biaaasowelltasother
president's party? than I ever could from state and national Democratic nations."
have before, 'said Grant,a Madison Party members he does not regret Grant also said if Iraq were allow
banker who spent the day in Starke switching parties. ed to take over Saudi Arabia, Iraq
ja last Thursday campaigning for re- "I think it was good for the peopleof would be in control of 40 percent of
election. North Florida for me to switch the world's supply of oil, and since
4 Grant said he switched from the because of the effectiveness of my the United States gets about half of
Democratic Party because he does representation," Grant said, "and its oil from the Middle East,Hussein
I not believe its platform representsthe I'm appealing to the voters on the would "in effect hold our whole na-
principles of the 2nd Congressional basis of philosophy." tion hostage."
District, even though 83 per- "For the sake of our own economic
cent of that district's voters are Middle East Crisis... stability and the sake of peace in the
registered Democrats. Grant had nothing but praise for world we could not allow that to happen -
The reality is that the principlesthat President Bush's actions in dealing ," Grant said. "The president
I':""" -': ::1' guide the national Democratic with the crisis in the Middle East. realized that and,as he said,drew a
Party are not the principles that Bush has committed about 50,000 line in the sand."
y .. : the ,ideals and valuesof U.S. to Saudi Arabia in
,. 'j ""r guide thoughts troops .
a '" '''''''''' the people of North Florida," response to the Iraqi conquest of Grant's Campaign Issues.
\- -:-=. 'I" JIiII : -- Grant said, "and I could not in good Kuwait and the massing of Iraqi Grant said he believed the most
IndustnesTn"Starke conscience continue to represent troops near Saudi Arabia. Bush has important campaign issue in North
U.S. Rep. Bill Grant,R-Madison watches Donnie Griffith at work at Sunshine
myself as following the guiding prin- also authorized a barricade of U.S. Florida is the creation of jobs. And
last Thursday.Grant, who toured Sunshine Industries as part of his campaign stop in ciples of the national Democratic warships to block all trade with
Starke last ThursdayV is involved in the Association for Retarded Citizens throughout the 2nd Party." Iraq. see Grant page 411ORIAN
Congressional District. Grant said that although he does Grant said Iraqi President Sad-


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]Police Beatby .

Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at Betty Deloris Covington, 36, was beating his wife at the JdLu Motel. rested Aug. 11 for driving while cording to Deputy Anderson
Carolyn EII v** $2,843,he was ROR. arrested Aug. 11 for failure to appear Bond was set at$1,500,h.was ROR. license suspended (DWLS), expired Holland. Smith I license was
BCT Surf Writer for petit theft, according to -. ,tag,according to Patrolman WUkerson. suspended indefinitely in 1987 for
Pernell Wade Williams, 31, was Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at$330, Traffic Bond was set at$465.25 he was failure to pay a fine.Bond was set at
arrested Aug. 10 for violation of she was ROR. Dogan Lewis Smith, 31, was arrested ROR. 120.25,he was ROR.
Starke Man Charged community control, according to Aug. 10 for driving under in-
Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at fluence (DUD and wilful-wanton Jeffery Joe Hill, 27, of Brookerwas Kelvin Twymon, 30, of Oakland
With Growing PotA $20,000. He remains in custody. Melodie Ann Smith, 25, of Lawteywas reckless driving, according to arrested Aug. 11 for DUI,accor- County Michigan was arrested Aug.
26-year-old Bradford County arrested Aug. 11 for disorderly Patrolman Hayes. Smith's blood ding to Lt. Winston Barber. Hill 11 for DUI, DWLS, according to
man was arrested August 12 for Timothy Tyson, 24, was arrested intoxication, according to Deputy alcohol content was .15 percent. He refused testing. He was released Trooper Dwaln Hudson Twymon's
growing pot off SR-100 south of Aug. 11 on a capias, according to Bennett. Smith was charged duringa was released after a $762.50 surety after a $1,000 surety bond was blood alcohol content was .17 per
Starke.A Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at$150, domestic disturbance when she bond was posted." posted. cent.. Just released from the Brig
complaint was received at the he was ROR. continued to yell profanity after be- where he had served six months for
sheriffs department concerning an ing warned to be quiet. She was Scott Matthew McQuinn, 19, of Robert Ray Roberta 30,'of Lawtey use and sale of narcotics, he is
Individual finding marijuana plants Tawana L. Kinsler, 18, was ar- released after a $250 surety bond Clearwater was arrested Aug. 11 for was arrested Aug. 10 for DWLS, according awaiting a bad conduct discharge,
growing In the woods. At the time of rested Aug. 13 for violation of proba- was posted. DUI, according to Patrolman Susan to Patrolman Gorman. He according to the report. This Is
the citing there was someone with tion for introduction of contrabandinto Wilkerson. McQuinn's blood alcoholwas was released after a $215.25.surety Twymon's third DUI offense. He
the plants who appeared to be water the county jail, according to Bruce Anthony DeVito,30,was ar- .18 percent. Bond was set at bond was posted. ,was charged with DWI in 1988 and
ing them. Deputy William Brown. Bond was rested Aug. 11 for spouse battery, $500, he was ROR. found DUI In an accident on base
Investigation of the complaint set at $1,727.50. according to Patrolman Jerry Ray Charles Smith, 28, of Lawtey Aug. 7, 1990. He remains In custody
revealed six marijuana plants about Hayes. DeVito Is charged( with Karloe Dean Moss, 30, was ar- was arrested Aug. 12 for DWLS ac under a$1,000 bond.

five feet tall recovered In a wooded
area near the residence of David E. Nfl
Bresee, according to Lt. David Winn-Dixie 1\ WIi
Aderholt. Bresee was charged with
manufacturing cannabis and possession -

______ of more than 20 grams of can-
nabis, said Lt. Aderholt. Bond was uF::
set at$1,000,Bresee was released on I
his own recognizance.The TM
investigation is ongoing and -
other arrests are possible. Bresee is
the fifth person arrested in Bradford GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO
County in 1990 for manufacturing FEED THE HUNGRY.
cannabis, according to Sheriff Ken-
neth G. Etheridge. When you buy groc.,.., Just ask your
_n cashier to ".v.n up" your grocery total
PRICES GOOD IN THE next dollar. The funds collected
4 Starke People STARKE : go the The Salvation Army to provide
Charged With Theft 470 WIST MADISON 1TH5CT fresh food Hems for needy families.

Of CigarettesThree

people were arrested at
Winn Dixie August 11 for stealing
cigarettes and one person for stealing -

Clarence little cigars.Dwayne Bowen, 27, was -g J1 _
charged with retail theft after he
took little cigars, according to _
Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. Bond __
was set at $500, he was released on Ii _____
his own recognizance.Steven :

James Hall, 28,was charged _
with shoplifting (third offense)
when he left the store smoking a ___
cigarette he had not paid for, accor- '__
ding to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. He '
\ _
was released after a $2,000 surety _
bond was posted. (Hall is also -i _
wanted on a warrant from Alachuafor ___
dealing in stolen property.) ilic: J-

Lisa Marlene Durham, 19, was '
charged with shoplifting after she ir-
placed three packs of cigarettes in
her purse according to Patrolman _
Feltner. She was released on her

own Elizabeth recognizance.Ov le Scala 19, was NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODYIWinnDixie !

arrested for i'itdil theft after she left .
the store without paying for two

packs of cigarettes, according to I }Helps You Get the Lowest Food Dill
Patrolmen Jerry Hayes and Feltner. Every.Day; Compare. -Our Like I The ,Savings.
She was released on her own ,. .. '
recognizance.All I prlc.es.r."YoMq'I ."*'*
were ordered to' stay away Discount Prices Tharsave olref
from the victim, Winn Dixie.A .

14-year-old juvenile of Raiford
was also charaged with theft from
Winn Dixie Aug. 11, according to Officer 5%
Feltner. i | l&W/nl 1 P HW0OW 20 % 25 %

Aug. 12 Robert Earl Simmons,32,
was arrested at Winn Dixie for theft, Off
according to Officer Wilkerson. \ 0', 0', OFF

Aug. 11 Reginald Allen Ross,30,of NationalBrand. All PantYhose All
Brooker was arrested for retail theft Bonneau Trial' Sizes Card
Suggested Greeting
Chips AH I
at the CR-231 Handy Way,according Bags Marl Retail Sunglasses Suggested Retail Retail
to Deputy Robert McGrath. Ross 6 Paper Price Suggested RetailPrice Price Suggested
was seen putting a container of winein Everyday Everyday Price
the front of his pants and leavingthe Everyday Everyday
store without paying. He was Everyday
released on his own recognizanceand
ordered to stay away from the


Recent ArrestsIn r1w LOW PRICE EVERYDAY

Bradford CountyThe L-1 i SOW PRICE

following arrests were made _
by local authorities in Bradford Dn.wn

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John David Wehr
28, of Baldwinwas

arrested battery, August according 12 for to burglaryand Deputy W T1XE( HOME 1 i 1 1

Jason Bennett. Wehr allegedly Iratia BAH3ECUE CHICKEN
removed a screen, leaned into the MCUMI
window of the victim's home and .imOUHOCHICMIKiMiotrmKCHtrmja mm, PACK(
slapped the victim in the face three 'CMOicf or not '
times.He was released after a$2,000 u ca.SL A '
surety bond was posted. rw
ru'M.A.ewr Sg99

arrested Doyle Travis August Thompson 11 for loitering, 28, was and ,LA LA_flI5.._ EA. __ I : -

prowling,resisting without violence,
according to Patrolman P. T. Gor- 9-INCHL CHOCOLATE, COCONUT i _ _ _ _ _
man. Thompson was stopped behind MERINGUE
the Step Saver, he attempted to flee or ,,
when the officer tried to make contact CREME PIES -.VI.YDA"_LOW' RIU: ., 'LOW ...ct': :
but was apprehended, said Gor- DIET PEPSI. MT. DEW
man. Bond was set at $775, he was CAFFEINE FREE DIET ALL'SIZES ALL FLAVORS
released on his own recognizance ar< DISPOSABLE SNACK PACK

Roy Shane Jackson, 18, was arrested EA. = lffJ DIAPERS II PUDDINGS
Aug. 12 on a capias for grand
= theft, according to Deputy Danny _
} Thrift. Bond was set at $5,000, he DA8TRAMI g99 990
was ROR. TURKEY or 2-LTR.
__ PKO.
James Stacy Hlgglnbotham, 19, _
was arrested Aug. 11 for loiteringand HAM PERSONAL SIZE
prowling, according to DIXIE HOME RODDENBERY'S '$ ZO IVORY
s Patrolman Gorman. Higginbotham TEA BAGS. Ir.r $148 KOSHER DILLS slui BAR SOAP -4rIIc 99c
was found In the Evergreen area I .:. _, . .
where he was hiding from police.
Bond was set at $250, he was ROR. YOUR ALL_rne.
: Glen Marvin Crews, 18, was arrested ecu PRCSH HAM.TURKEY,ROAST mw IWO 8" 8 c
; Aug. 12 on a capais for battery SANDWICHES or DRINKING DOUCHE 4 ...
: burglary, according Deputy | WATER
: Bennett. Bond was set at $10,000, he HOAGIE . IA. UPTOOTHPASTE BAYER


j ;i.. James Wilson Marchant, 23, was BREAD $439 = i
:: arrested Aug. 12 for petit theft, I ca ? PHILLIPS MILK O $ROO
:; possession controlled substance, ac- ROUNDS . 5S Cant nsr ,$151 of MAGNESIA ij sl U
:;: cording to Patrolman Robert Lyons. I nil
:= Bond was set at$1,000,he was ROR. SWIFT'S CHOICE PUMP
BEEF 8 $100
: Ricky Floyd Newby, 31, was ar- u COOLERS . w CARE LOTION. snIfTh4tIfl'JftjffltF
:z rested Aug. 12 on a capais for petit
::; theft, according to Deputy Bennett.
L.Bond was set at $150. he was ROR.

+ Arthur Neal Smith, 42, was arrested
Aug. 12 for failure to appear Clean j

for worthless check, according to !,



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I. Item** or- Interest

by Carolyn& .. dlnated director with the Institution's activity Explorers Advisory vice. A report was heard from Explorer Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
so that resident will
advisor Officer Robert Lyonson 107 transports required the
BCT Stall Writer have Selects OfficersThe
with Rebecca Miller starting this educational access to recreational. and the academy which is underway transporting of 112 patients. Fifty-
Project LEARNSTo month. resources.We Advisory Committee of the with Explorers in training for basic one calls required no transporting.
Mrs.Miller Is Project Coordinatorfor hope to provide quality service Law Enforcement Explorer's Post requirements. The back-up unit made ten runs.One
Serve Seniors the Bradford County Public so that our folks can maintain met Thursday evening with Chief Meeting every other Monday \patient was transported by STAT
Bradford Library's outreach grant program lifelong learning skills and Interests willrequire i Jimmy Epps.Officers evening from 6:30 to 7:30: at the FLIGHT to Alachua General
County said
residents Miller. In
at this
Pines that serves citizens who are unableto some cases were 'selected at the Presbyterian Church, anyone In- Hospital and one patient was
Whispering The Homestead, to the because special cassettes to play organizational terested in Explorers call Trauma I to Univer-
Polly, Windsor come library )of a meeting. Wiley Clark may presi- transported by
Manor and SuEI'awill talking books, books
have lack of transportation or a disability. printed in was asked to serve as chairman of dent Jimmy Smith, 904-7084 or the sity Hospital in Jacksonville.
: opportunity to work _The library programs: will! be coor- braille or large type. Many of the the group with Carolyn Eaves as Starke Police Department 964-5400. The majority of the patients, 61,
will be
programs visually vice-chairman and David Kirkland were taken to Bradford Hospital.
E" using films, videos, visit kits and Bradford
as secretarytreasurer.Members County taken to Shands
Eight patients were
SOLAR POWERED GATE .OPENERS slide presentations.The of the advisory group include Rescue Answers Hospital, three to North Florida
library feels that its most Im- Cecil Ellis, Robert Brown, Hospital and 30 to Alachua, in
PowerGate Systems' I portant role will be to provide caring Vernon Barber and Dr. D. W. Whif- 158 Calls In July Gainesville. One patient was takento
and personal service to home-
I our Bradford St. Vincent's, two to Memorialand
fen.During County
1(904)( ) 462-5495 bound seniors, adds Miller. the meeting plans were Medical Services Rescue Emergency one to University, all in
3 Year Limited Warranty Please call the BCPL for more In- discussed for responded
assisting the Jacksonville. One
formation Explorers to a total of 158 calls/or/runs during patient was
at 904-6400. j In future training and scr the month of Julv. ...>.V..vll.e ,* transported to Lake Butler Hospital
Hand Surgery Center.
Illness related calls topped the list
of emergencies with 46 people
needing attention. Fourteen cardiac
patients and 30 calls to people in
trauma were the next highest need.
Another seven runs were to people in
trauma resulting from vehicle ac-
I ; cidents. Six people suffered
respiratory problems, one call was
QUANTITY_ RIOHTI to a drug overdose victim and one
--liVED, ... call was to a suicide attempt.
-- Two calls were to gunshot wound
victims and one call was to a victimof
a drug overdose.
Two calls were to obstretlc patients
s and nine calls were for inter-
hospital transfers.
MEDALLION BRAND W-D BRAND W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED unit One arrived.person was dead when the

FAMILY PAK U.S. CHOICE TRIMMED CRYOVAC WHOLE Six calls were cancelled and one
call was a false alarm, reported

FRYER BOTTOM ROUND SMOKED Chapman.Dial 911 Emergency

BREASTS ROAST HAMS FliP TroopersContinue

A 8-14 LB.SIZE Bradford Vehicle Florida CountyThe Inspections License Patrol, will

? be conducting Highway driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of Aug.17 through Aug.

9 9 y 92 23 SR-16 on SR-21 CR-18, SR-lOO, CR-18, SR-230, CR-21B, SR-18,

CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A
In Bradford County.Recognizing .

LB. QUANTITY RIGHTS LB. BONELESS LB. the public the by defective danger presentedto vehicle

RESERVED equipment Troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being
VIM BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF operated with defects such as bad
10-14 La CAROLINA FRESH BONELESS HICKORY SWEETBONELESS brakes, worn tires and defective
$267 HAMS $288 lighting equipment. In addition, attention
WHOLE TURKEYS La.99C BOTTOM ROUND STEAK La. La. will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints
SELECT LEANBOSTON FRESH FRYER FARMER'S CHOICE to be an effective means of enforcing
BUTT CUBED 6ROUNDTURKEY the equipment and driver
t: -. CommunityStale license laws of Florida while insur
... PORK ROAST STEAKS ing the protection of all motorists.
, .,.- '"::..., 2 of Bank Starke Union County
I r" j)7S) S "I., .." .. Florida Patrol will
_': : $198 $22'9 -L8. $159 THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: The 'Highway
.' .... PKGS. Checking Travel's Checks be conducting' driver license' and
LB. "'!It m __ La. w-Z''" Saving Account Credit Card Applications! vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
I Loan Applications' Monty Orders ing the week of Aug..17 through Aug.
SELECT LEANBOSTON w.o INDIVIDUALLY FROZENFLOUNDER Certificates of Deposit Night Depository 23 in SR-100,SR-121,SR-231, SR-241
BUTT BONELESS $ 98 ;$|Q99 Money Market Accounts Notary Public SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
PORK STEAKS u. $218 TURKEY HAM u 1 FILLETS S* HOURS: 796A CR-125 in,Union CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
IHINANIJOjUf IN SAO WON-WED 9a m'" p m. C"Ut.! _..., County.
TURXEY' Fla $159 2 Fa $399 ELa ? SATURDAY 8 a m-2 p m IJ WIft Safety ChecksOn
County Roads
V/-D COOKED $9 79 fttffiT1" SROO HICKORY SWEET $- 68 Hampton Chief of Police John

HAM . . 7.. CM NECKS or WINGS "FRa.. 3 SLICED BACON. it safety Hodges inspections will be conducting along with vehicle driver

license checks during the week of
ELE tVCItpW HARVEST Aug. 18 through Aug. 24 on CR-18,
CR-221 and CR-325.
E IERYDA Y r EVERYDAY l EVERYDAY Chief Hodges feels these check-
-- LAW PRICE PRICE LOW PRICE points will be an effective means of
enforcing the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insuring
the protection of all motorists.
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I Bradford.... Land Sales Top $1.6 Million for May I

and Lydia A. Williamsto
Dennis J. and Ha D. Kinxluu IoU In SWV4 of SWVi. section 28, T6S, George B.
and Nancy J. Woods, parcelIn M. Nelson,
Bradford land tales totaled Patrick B.and Ann M. Mullins,lot 30 Wayne Craft J. and Deana
J.W. Ziegler, NV4 of NWV4 of NEV4 R22E, $40,000.Clark ;
section TBS lot 17,
Oaks NEV4 of NWVi 12, In lot 18 and WV4
$1,601.000 for the month of May with Lake Hampton $28,000. parcel
east of graded road including R. Williams, Rio Rancho,
recorded Corbett, Jr., Annie R22E, $9,000. section 31, T5S, R22E,
a total of 43 transactions In Joseph R. railroad right-of-way $41,000. N.M. to David C. and Shuirley R. Woodlawn,
and Loretta J. Merchant
the office of the Clerk of Courts at Davis and Melvin Corbett to Dewey William H. Leona H. Seaman to Teddy R. and Chambers, W 3 block 3 south,range $88 000 *
Katherine L. Oliver, and to Ronnie C.and Irma J. Long, Carl A. Woolvin to Lloyd and Ann
the courthouse. G. and
Judy R. Clark and Son Gregory K. 3 west, and fractional EVi block 3
of SVtVt north section
In SWVi along of SEVi
parcel in EV4
lot Alton Road
in value recorded In Oliver on parcel
$1,567,800 was Kathy Macy
Side of CR-229, $33,000. Clark, lot 33 New Hampton Beach, south range 3 W. Simon J. Temple's I
May of 1989.Values $31,000.Leonard. subdivision 8, T6::i,"R22E. $1,500.
Martin to Sandra Ter- $85,000. $133,000.
Clifford R.
E. and Frances C. Dar-
of transactions com-
Kendal E. and Thelma J. willegar, lot 5 block 7, Lawtey, lessE Doretha Caddell Shorr to John E. I -
puted from the amount of documen- rah, to Advertisement "
j- 100V and Susan Crlssman,NWV of SWI(.,
tary stamp taxes paid at the time of Mobley, Keystone Heights, 1.32 $14,000.Martha Powell McClane to section 3 T7S R22E, $17,000. \
recording the deed.Associates acres in NWV4 of NEV4 section 34, Jesse henry Silcox to Ronald C.
Sistrunk, in SEV4
Patricia S. parcel Loss Mystery'Baffles'
Finance, Inc. T6S, R22E, $27,900.. of SEV4 section 28, T6S, R22E, and Ida Ivey, E100'; of W 3 ac. of SV4 Weight ,
Gainesville, to Gerald S. Parrish James Davis, Jr. Broward Co., to of SEV4at SWV4 N of SR-16, section
and Karen S. Powell, Starke, 3.23 Michael Lee Oglesby, Lawtey, 17Mi $59 000. 23, T6SS, R22E, $8,000. '
Ebble to
acres In SEV of NEV section. 10, acres the SW K of NE V4 of SWVi and Dwayne McKinley Clyde W. ,Simpson to James H. Scientists
0k Roland J. and Sandra L. Ledger, lot I
T7S R21E.$40,000.Bradford SV4 NWVi of NE-/ of SWV4 and Corey, Green Cove Springs, E% lots
Land And Cattle Co., NWV of NWV4 of NEV4 of SWV4,sec- in East Lawtey, $10,000.
5 and 7, block 18, Original Town of
and Euna E. Milligan to
Inc. to Joseph A. and Della H. tion 35, T5S, R22E, $20,000. Jean E. 28 T6SII.22E
Starke,sectin $65,000. scien-
Guyott, Lake Butler, lot 66, River Mercer N. and Carolyn S. Elkins Bob-Dan Enterprises, Inc. 150' east Slade and Richard WASHINGTON Sd.ntista are control provides a three-way
Clarence Truby
Bend Estates, $12,000. to Andrew W. and Sara P. Cannon, Side of US-301,section 21,T6S,R22E, D. Slade to Charles J. Laplante and ed by a natural food ingredient! tidcal1y designed method to. help,
I Larry C. and F. Allison Brown, to Lumpe, Ga. lot 8, Seminole Ridge $42,500. and Alexandria Claude A' Lecam, S3 .of SEV4 of that causes people to lose weight prevent calorie ab orptlon.
Florida Federal Savings and Loan Unit 5, $6,500.Florida Adrianna Nalzny though they don't change the which Food
Scalera to James Watson, lots 15, 16 SEY.., east of US-301, $30,000. even The mechanism by
Association, St. National Bank Properties, eat. bodyA
normally decrease
Small Business Administration to way One works to
in NWV4 of EMi of SWV.ofSWysec- Inc. to Dewey McClellan, Hampton, and 17. block 2, Little Hollywood, John R. and Barbara A.Tube,tract atudy published in The British Source weight is a complicated process
; tion 28,T5S, R22E, $30,800. 5.39 acres in NEtt of SWy4, section $3,000.Shirley J. Norman and Carl A. 14 and W 3 acres of Tract 13, Geneva Journal of Nutrition says that the called nutrl-bonding. When chewed
i i J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown toJohn 31, T7S, RuE $15,000. Woods $13,500.Beulah often used' to thicken ice swallowed immediately before
Dennison to Marvin R. and Dena M. ; ingredient, and
Harvin, and Marie Gardner to
: W. and Betty L. Percy I. Smith to Dennis and significant weight meals high calorie fats are replaced
Mich. of can cause
Belleville, Ett 1 cream,
Hidden Michael W. and L. Clemons Manning,
: Keystone Heights, lot 10, Nancy of SEof SEVi, Olga Swetlock, Melrose, lot Indian lOA without dieting. Although severwith lower calorie nutrients, therebyal
j Hills, Unit 1, $9,500. Jacksonville, lot 9 Mt. Vernon Sub- acre In SE corner weight lose nutrition and a
Beanch Unit 2, $88,600. for the optimum
section 19, T7S, explanations providing
Randall J. and dlvisiion, section 29 T7S R22E Town of Hampton,
: Gloria J. Prill to R22E, $14,000.Patrick Larry B. and Mary L. Strayer to are suggested the moat likely ac- minimum number of fat calories as
I I Sandra C. Campbell, Keystone $12,000. B. Welch and Associates, Robert and Janet Imler,lot 8,Sampson cording to scientists In a Finnish explained in an information p xnph-
j Heights,lot 13,Paradise Shores,sec-. Marilyn Hernwall, Alexandria, Lake Shores, Unit 7, $79,500. the ingredient seems to accompanies the tablets In
Partick B. and Patricia study, is that ]let that
and Inc. to
400.Virginia Va. to L. C.Cassells
tion 24 TBS, $80 Betty diet
Kenneth W. and Vicki L. Teal to bf calories.! 'prepared
: R22Eil'an to Marshman lot 3, block E,Pinehurst subdivision, Welch, lot 5, block 2, Pinebreeze, Sandra W. and James R. Reddish, decrease the absorption addition, NDR specially are included for op-
I I C. and Marie Reddish, lot on Laura 20000. $35,000. National Dietary Research, an or- plans by
lots 5, block 25, Livingston, Truby
section M. and Tessie Jordan Sara W. and James B. Reddish to committed re- timum results.
Street, Starke,SWV of SEV4, Virgil May and Co.'s Addition $13,500. ganization ntoohe
:I 28, T6S, R22E, $50.400. to Richard Warren, Jr. and Andree LeRoy Jr. and Nell Williams, lot Sit Leon Earl and :Linda Y. Waters, search and Food Source One Is unlike smy
David C.and Shirley R.Chambers Dannett Murray, 45 acres in NEV4 of block 25, Livingston, Truby and Duval Co.to Larry Clesla and LeslieJ. tional solutions to world-wide health other product on the market and &
i i to Edward Driggers and Sal NWVi section 26, T6S, R22E $18,000. Co.'s Addition, $18,000. Sohler,Melrose,parcel in Gov. lot problems, along with consulting. available Immediately because it U
Fluriach, Gainesville, WVfc block 3 Wanda Lee Kloster to durtis T. Marshman C. and Marie Reddishto T8S R22E scientists, have successfully Isolated not drug and only contains naturand
4, section 26, $130,000.L.K. a
i. South, range :a west, Simon J. Tem- Lee, lot 2 block 1, A.L. Alvarez's Ad- Ellxson Wood Products, Inc. 2 and May Belle Whitehead to Incorporated the Ingredient Into ingredients already known to be safe.
ple's subdivision, $65,000. dition to Town of Starke, $21,000. acres in S% of WV4 of SWVi of NEV. an improved method that greatly 1.1- and pharmacists ar
Fried Chicken Inc. Physicians
Factory, parcel
Wiley R. and Bonnie G. Clark to Martha Kneissler to Walter section 10, T6S, R21E, $20,000. fiancee the potential for weight lose raising Food Source One as a naturover -

I SFCC Andrews Center Special Evening Registration SetThere breakthrough Food the Sours'IP'e in One

is still time to register for day and Wednesday Aug. 20 and 22, Economics Intro. to Computers, ferings as Class Piano,Spanish landII Source One is available at a pharmacy near you.
fall classes at the Andrews Center of from 8 a.m.to noon,and on Tuesday, Electronic Spreadsheets (Lotus ,Art Fundamentals,Marriage and
Santa Fe Community College. Thursday and Friday, August 21,23, 1,2,3), Data Base Management the Family, and General Pschology.
Registration is currently under- and 24 from 1:30: p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to (DBASE3), Business Law, Intro.to The fall term begins' Aug. 27 and MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
way for the Fall 1990 semester from assist students with college plans. Business, Real Estate Principlesand ends Dec. 20.Registration.
10 a,m. to 4 p.m., with a special A record 62 classes are being of- Practices.In 127 E. Call St. 964-7810
evening session next Wednesday, fered this term with the greatestarea addition to basic classes in
: Aug. 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. of expansion in the field of Math, English, Science, History, is scheduled daily
Academic Advisor Coleman Patterson business; Including Accounting, Social Sciences and Humanties, the from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more In-
will be at the center on Mon- Word Processing (Word Pr -'net :5), fall schedule includes such varied of formation, call 964-5382. .
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Grant rlvl b -GUARANTEED TRANSIVIISSIONI.a ; Hurry .. Get Your Oil

page Bell The 0.1
R I Changed ore
providing North Florida residents Now Has 2 Locations!

with Jobs and economic stability I Radiator Corner 201 & 16 -I r'II.IeI G U.... '
Starke Hwy.
(Formerly 0
the of .
means encouraging growth ... ., II"" ear ,
business, he said. 964-6810
"If we can provide economic ; I_ TERWILLEGAR QUICK LUBE
stability for our people so that they
Across from Merchants & Southern Bank
can provide i for themselves and their (-- Keystone Heights
families, it's the greatest political II l I 473-9543 -
W. Madison St. Starke 964-90OO
heritage we can pass on,' Grant j 15O
= said. I IM -
Grant said he also supported: 8 Point t Transmission I I Check o II
a presidential line item veto .. Filler, Bands,. .. .
capital punishment Change Fluid Replace or Clean Adjust -t>M .
I Check Vacuum, Check U Joints. Check CV Joints -. .
a limit on judiciary appeals = (cbM' ? DODGE!WANIS ToEZ )
available to Death Row inmates f V.. Check A Adjust Unkage, Road Test Performance' 'M IJ .I

.a constitutional amendment I "" 9'5-.ut
s against flag burninga $19' ItIIoViES I AIlE DE.
.-continuing strong national educational defense programs FREE 13 Point Multi Check .

Free Towing .
In the November elections Grant Free AND GIVE
will face the winner of the Sept. 4 j With Major Repair
Democratic primary between Pete A/C Check. You UP To $2OOO
Peterson of Marianna and Bob Boyd Valid Only With This Coupon -
of Tallahassee. ..sastset_ _t_tsstslstassast_ISSttstatsa ltaesstalsi CASH BACK-Pius

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!! oherwiserestnctedltcabavucbokinl If an exhaust pipe ii icverely dented or UIOIIW'lMlftII IIll1IallNI'VoI IlIW'IP1lN1ft .mvR\M..I'1IM..,....,\AJtIiNI '1990 Plymouth Gran

effect on the exhiiut n.abemutant PROBLEMWATER Dodge Monaco LE Voyager LE

I exhaust gas pressure due to airflow 1 4 Dr.Loadedlll I I $17.708 7 Passenger,rear air,trailer towing package,FULLY LOADEDlll. '"
resistance ii known u back pressure. 2.170 Leaa Tarvrtlteoaf Discount.. ...
3; While all exhaust systems generate back $15.538 lJII .-.-."......$ '
pressure to some small degree,too much 2.500 Le M FactorY Retina 1)21.000 8,995
I back burnedlBlellthaurenotbeinlexpeUod pressure will restrict the amount of ? $13,09(1 *Tax a TIM ,.. '.

from thceengiroryGndert These leftover

gases only serve to dilute and retard the 199O Jeep Cherokee 1990 Jeep Wrangler.
flow of the incoming air/fuel mixture, Laredo Loadedlll l I 4x4,8 cylinder,PS
I lower the engine's overall output,and
I overheat the exhaust valves.The driver SOLUTIONCULLIGAN LMt L1Mt
may notice a loss in engine power and fuel 81 98
: I efficiency ai a result back 9&JXO $ .*1 I
19,995 495
pressure.At first,the may start up
I withoull'II1torn.but,in short time,it I \
power,i idle poorly,or stall If so, -
a beck of lhanmJIlcUndWWlstaystern ( Every Picku-Tn stoCKDR STIC I.v-REDUCED- .
is in order.Beware.

cf mcil8l&'c, : ,hidden cosu and Buy any new Dodge car or truck and get two studio passes to

excessive when you lease. These '" Studios Florida rebates of to $2000. '
plus giant
columns are brought to you by SANTA FE .yniversal up ,
AUTO PARTS,660 N.Walnut Street(Slate
Rd.16))in Starke. We hive 91,000 puts in It s the big year-end monster clearance!
stock,and run a complete machine: shop - -.- -__ -, .

service.local Major credit cards honored. See I Bad Taste or Odor i What a show! What a deal! ,
leIVic..taIiOllarmecbanicforeotoredWater Hazy water
auto repair-he is a.good customer of ours, Red or Black stains I ....... ...ft.. .
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the technology, equipment, and 1-800-448-JCEP 964-7200
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"i\ tomers ,If we close the three Aug. 21, and the three stores to A and M Discount I
stores," Thomas said. transfer Sept. 18. Beverages would not Inconveniencethe
Miller Enterprises Is offering all usual customers at the three
employees at the three stores new stores.
The Lake Butler store will be the positions within Miller Enterprises, "We hope the people of Union and
Food STORES first to be transferred to A and M Thomas said Employees who do not Bradford counties will accept A and
Beverages Thomas said. That wish to accept new positions in other M" Thomas said.
c'. transfer will take place Aug. 16. The areas will be assisted in finding new No one from A and M Discount
r Worthington Springs store will be jobs he said.Thnmas Beverages could be reached for
transferred to A and M Bnvnrnvpa said ,hn hoped the win of comment.

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Antiques Collectibles I Icl

-w *** m-AWI* Novelties Gifts s '
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rf :'1 j1'" Tobacco Pipes CZI $ I

J' I Diet Aids Jewelry
This Handy Way Food Store on Brownlee Street In Starke ia one of three Handy Wcy location being sold I

to A and M Discount Beverages. All Cigarettes $1.46 + tax (no cartons) 'I

Three Area Food Stores
Handy Way Dolls, Toys, Cards, Flags, Incense and much,
Sold Miller much more!!!
Being By Enterprisesby i I.

Sue ElUn Smith customer Inconvenience' at a ditional etores. Open 10-7pm Monday- Saturday Closed Sunday

KT Staff Writer minimum. "We can better serve our "

Miller Enterprises, owners of Thomas said market evaluationsof -- -- --
Handy Way Food Stores, announced all three stores showed that it was
\ last week it is selling three of its in the best interests of Miller Enterprises -
area Handy Way Food Stores to a to sell the three store loca-
Jupiter-based company that plans to tions to A and M Discount
continue operating the stores as convenience Beverages. The move he said does SANTA FECOMMUNITY
stores. not signal that MillerrEnterprises Is
Handy Way Food Store locationsat selling all of its stores in Bradfordand COLLEGEANDREWS !
401 Brownlee Rd. in Starke,260 W. Union counties.
Main Street in Lake Butler, and "This does not mean we are pull- Fall 1990
SR-18 and CR-121 in Worthington ing out of the counties," Thomas
Springs are all being sold to A and M said. ""We plan to be around a long 209 West Call Street;
Discount Beverages, said Ed time. Starke, Florida 32091
Thomas director of governmental
Miller Enterprises which Phone 964-5382
affairs at Miller Enterprises.AU Schedule
operates 150 convenience stores Gainesville 395-5850 .
three stores will continue to throughout North Central Florida
operate as usual during the transferof still owns nine Handy Way FoodStores
ownership from Miller Enter- In Bradford County end four .
prises to A and M Discount in Union County, Thomas said, and .
Beverages, Thomas said, to keep no plans have been made to sell ad- FALL Schedule V .

Sale Tuelday-FrIdIiy ................July 17Aug. 3.............Freshman Registration 9:00am-3:00pm: :
J.UOT.Stores Prices Monday-Wednesday.......Aug. 6-8........................RegIstration by appointment 100OOam-4:00pm:
.FOREMO to bring you Start Thursday .__..................Aug. 9............................Registration 10:00am: 4OOpm: sir 6-8:00pm:
8/16 Friday_...............................Aug. 10..........................RegIstration 10:00am4OOpmWedM8day. : :
PRICES ............_..........Aug.22......_.................P.egfstratton 10OOarn-4:00pm"; : 6-8:00pm
_. Thunday-Prlday. ............. Aug,23,2t .....................Reglstratton 1OOOam-4: :OOpm/Fees Due
Monday_.........................Aug.27..........................Classes Begin/Schedule Adjustment
tiIN HOUSE.$SPECIALS THIS WEEK ................_........_............................................... ... 10:00am4OOpmMonday. ;
!iTR; "CANADIANf : < '.: :,- 89.' ...............................Sept.3......................:...Labor Day Holiday
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WASHINGTON United States Graham and Mack sent a letter to associated with proposed Lease sale
Senators Bob Graham (D-FL) and Senate Appropriations Committee 137 Eastern! Gulf of Mexico.
Connie Mack (RFL) want an In- Chairman Senator Robert C. Byrd "Florida has made drama talc progress -
terior Department Appropriations (D-WV) requesting the Subcommittee In protecting Its shorelinefrom
bill to Include language calling for a on Interior include in its bill risks posed by offshore drill-
Permanent oil drilling ban off language: Ing." Graham said. "Through this
Southwest Florida and Impose a one-. codify President Bush's bipartisan effort, we're taking the
t year moratorium on the sale of new moratorium on oil and gas leasingoff next step to protect more of our
leases in the Gulf of Mexico. the Southwest coast of Florida. coast."
prohibit the federal governmentfrom
UNF to Offer Business seeking any contribution from "It's Important we take every
'' the State of Florida toward the cost precaution necessary to protect
un; Iil( SIr! Seminar at'SFCCGainesville of buying back existing'leases off Florida's shoreline from the
Southwest Florida. devastating environmental
HIH/III/ J.J.I. I Campus extend the existing 30-nautical-mile economical effects of an oil spill and,"
"How to Really'' Start Your Own buffer zone from Apalachicola Bayto Mack said. "Our first step was to
fJ0\\11 rUES, Business" is a seminar being the western boundary of Florida protect the Everglades and the
b M presented by the University of North Impose i a moratorium for one rear Keys now we Gulf the rest
Florida Small Business Develop- on arlon.ina 1 < and Itvwlnp!nctl of Florida s fragil! Coast."
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t ,..n.'LI"fTE' f Topics to be :
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I business, cash flow, finding the
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learn the teaches students
7 workbook and business start-up kit. of people course
I Call SFCC Business Programs at how to prepare income tax how to save money on their
'., ._ .-...-.w, 395-5136 to make reservations. returns from H & R Block and taxes and also prepares them
\ I then earn money as income tax for a rewarding career.

John J. Mulhall, right, of Columbia, S.C., stopped in Starke last Friday on his way to Tampa. Wade Raulerson Welcomes preparers. H & R Block, the The affordable fee includes
Mulhall is making the trek from Columbia to Tampa to publicize his organization Americans for world's largest income tax textbooks and supplies.

Americans. Jessica Palmatier, center, and Amber Reyngoudt model T-shirts Mulhall is selling preparation service, offers its Graduates receive Certificates
for his organization. Income Tax Course starting of Achievement and

September 4,1990.Experienced continuing education units

South Carolina Man Making Bike instructors teach (CEU's). Qualified graduates
tax law, theory and of the course may be offered
application. Classroom job Interviews 'with II & R
Trek to Tampa to Make a PointNo rukJ discussion and practice Block, but are under no

problems provide students with obligation to accepta
new taxes. Prisons should support criminals should be kept In jail for bike through six shots before the DOUG FERTIG thorough understanding of employment.
themselves. And muderers the length of their terms. He amonia changed his mind. would Ik*to tak.*this each tax included in the
rapists kidnappers and childmolesters believes prison inmates should be Mulhall, 37, rode the bike on train = to>>My hello and welcome topic
should be put in jail and put to work to raise their own food ing rounds for three weeks before ...him tom Wad..f.and fricndi to com. course. Students learn how to Those interested in more
at Raulwion
never let out,says John J.Mulhall of and make the clothing they wear. starting his 'long ride. He covers Pontiao. handle increasingly complex information about the II & R
Columbia, S.C. The United Sta tea are more like 50 about 75 miles per day, despite stopsto
WADE RAULERSON income tax situations the Block Income Tax Course
Mulhall Is making a two-week- divided states.The states don't stick talk. as may
long bicycle ride from Columbia together on the important issues, Clad in one of his T-shirts and PONTIAC course progresses. contact the II & R Block office
S.C. to Tampa to publicize the Mulhall says. "Hey Bush! Read Our black biker shorts, Mulhall can Ideal for people who want to in Bradford Square or call
organization he founded, Ups," the back of a red, white and move on the red 10-speed bike with 2101 N.Main St.'
"Americans for Americans." He bule T-shirt proclaims, "No New small tires for pavement. He stays Gainesville, 372-2583 Increase their tax knowledge 964-8286.
stopped at the Bradford Motel on Taxes." Mulhall sells the T-shirts off interstates traveling state roads.
US-301N late Friday afternoon Aug. for $6 each, or $4 three dozen are He plans to stay a few days of rest at
10 after riding his 10-speed( Schwinn bought. To get a T-shirt: write the home of his father a ser-
bike from Folkston, Ga.J Mulhall, Americans for Americans, 8502-11, viceman.
who says it took him 37 years to find Two Notch Road, Columbia S.C., This is Mulhall's maiden voyage.
the bible, is stopping at every small 29233. Fifty cents of the purchase Within the coming months Mulhall 6 0 SAWYER GAS; 'c/J 9pOP
town to tell his story and to seek price goes to buy land on which to plans to travel over several states 'l;. )
spece in newspapers for his build a home for the homeless, with a July 4, 1991 deadline. ; -.A1
philosophy.Paradoxically. Mulhall says.
Mulhall says, "I It's eight miles on one water bot- Mulhall would like for his T-shirts Cash
couldn't push; a button to kill tle.. And Mulhall carries a water to be worn to campaign rallies, t
somebody. 'But he strongly believes pistol filled with amonla to use on parades, and official meetings to get
executions are a deterrent to crime, does; He recalls one Rotweiler the "Read Our Lips...No New
that hard-line and dangerous which kept coming( right up to the Taxes" message across.

I Starke Festival of Arts Applications Now Being Accepted I Year End Inventory Close Out,

.,: Artists' applications for the Fifth local art ta. and a t craftspeople a for the show. 'Dancers,-musicians'
I Annual Starke Festival of the Arts chance to display vquilU,"carvings, and other performers are invited to i 1 t I.n'
I are now available. This juried, furniture, photographs and many apply. More than 10,000 spectatorsare You Save BIG'I !'
multi-media event is being held Oct. other types of arts and crafts. expected for a weekend of art,
I 27-28 in downtown Starke. Application Alachua and Bradford county artists entertainment, food and fun. .
deadline is Sept. 28. and craftspeople are encouraged to For an application or information
I Applications are also being accepted apply for this multi-media event. about other aspects of the festival,
I for the Community Area por- Community Area application write Starke Festival of the Arts,
tion of this year's show. New to the deadline is Sept. 30. P.O.Box 1530, Gainesville,FL 32602, G.E. RefrigeratorsSpecial rI
show, the Community Area will give El el'nerltare,! also_ being sought or call (904) 372-1976. ,-
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Entries forShowtiine 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. TBY 18' ",

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Starke/Bradford Chamber of
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24 Cu Ft.
The event, planned to allow CONTROL -
chamber members to showcase \ NoDeluFrostxe
: their businesses or services, is Headaches
: scheduled to take place September INJURIES TBY24
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I Fairgrounds. Mid Back Work Related
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rent booth and receive
space complimentary -
: tickets to send to G.E. Electric
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il more information on Dryer
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12 noon, August 30, 1990. Please Circle B Homes Lake City. Florida. or all lots. ((305)) 883-8288 or 964- 9644636. 12
write BID on outside of envelope. Your Volume Giantl! 4 8727.8 WINCHESTER 22 ride model 250. lever ace i Terwillegar

'83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: USED HOMES! Many to choose from. .,,, '', .. .. action $50. Thompson 50 cal. Hawk-
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Please call 964-5647. alter 6 Lake City, Florida. 4 \. ......" c" <' I, woodmaster 308, model 742, w/
p.m. CREDIT CHECK . ..' ,f/lio. SPECIAL OP THE WEEK Classic Country, 1 1/2 story cedar/stone, 4 yr old
1986 TOYOTA Celica AND PREAPPROVALON weaver 3 to 9 scope, $200. Call 964-
Call 964-3421 Very good 2 condition !- MOBILE HOME LOANS: Call, WILL BUY USED OR NONWORKING 7173.12 home fireplace CH/Acarpet, tile, 2-3 BR/loft,2 BAmud room, 'Ig. laundryrm

"ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED Kent 1-755-5114, Circle B Homes, VCRs or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- REST. EQUIPMENT Remodeling Sale at porches. 4 1/2 ac. w/flsh pond Many Extras, Price reduced.

VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes Lake City.Florida.Your Volume GiantlPALM 1273, ask for Morris. 11 traffic light In Lawtey on the comer. BEAUTIFUL HOMI IN CITY LIMITS Great neighborhood walking distance I

Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus 4 WANTED TO BUY; Trailer for 14 ft. Trl- Tables chairs, deep fryers, stoves, from schoolschurches & down town shopping.
Buyers Guide. (1)) 602-8885, Ext A- MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. Haul boat or will trade 17 ft boat for counters, dishes, glasses & several COUNTRY CLUB AREA 2444 sq. ft. home on 3 ac., 3 BR, 2 BACH/A, carpet
17283 2 CH/A. W/D. Skirting, screeend In good trailer of equal value. AI Young antiques. Open dally. Sale Starts w/huge family room Assum. mtg. Call today for appt.

1980 Factory Conversion Van, new factory porch,carport,utility shed. New 25 yr. 964-6918 11 Thursday. 12 SONS OP A KIND HANDY MAN SPECIALS 7 ac. w/4 BR, 2 BA home. Low

motor 3700 miles, see at 512 overroof. City water/sewer on Ig. .. ....... "".. 'I "' '''''''\IV ,',,' ..' downpaymenttoo.BRICK .
South St 964-3728 2 fenced lot In Immaculate.(305)) '" >'FO'"R: l \ \ i HOME WITH POOL In Country Club area, 3 BR, 21 1 12 BAw/hot tub, Immaculate
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car In trade. 1-755-9726 or 9645050.IS Good condition electric pole 2 AC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AS LOW AS Beautiful' landscaping on 2 large lots Call today for details.IN .
IT TRUE Jeeps for$44 through the U. units, ready for set-up. $6000. 964- $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities COUNTRY 3 BR, Concrete block home w/hardwood floors CHI A an 5 ac..

S. GOVT7 Call for facts! 504-649- .8284.4 6946.12 paid. From $37.50 up weekly. Priced to sell.'FANTASTIC .
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SEIZED-Vehlcles from .. home on 1 oc. w/assumable mtg. This mortgage Is a non-qualifying
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,Jaguars,Porches&othermiso. repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. WONDERFUL t IN
Close BEDROOM HOME COUNTRY Lawley qrea, 4 acres, home Is
rent to prison. Call 468-1323.
confiscated Call St Starke. 12
property now being sold road..Call
on paved today.
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to the general public.Forbuyersgulde Westto 225, 112 ml.West of Northslde SATELLITE scrambler DISH:With receiver and de- MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 FIXER-UPPER Old Lawtey Road, ole' concrete block house on 2/3 of an acre,
remote. and
call ((708)) 355-9802 Ext. Complete
7585. Open Baptist Church. 7 Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- reduced to 8900.
7 days 8:00: am to 11.00: pm. YARD SALE:(In case of rain Porch Sale works 782-3660.good.tfn 0rIg.12$2000.Now$1200. 61150r468-1323.TFN 13 SIN TOWN 2 BR, 2 BA, CH/A home on nice lot. Great rental property

1982 EXP Ford car, 1095. and a 1980 ), 2 Family Baby bed. childrens BRAHMA BULLS: Very gentle. Calves MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile WATER FRONT HOMEs 3 BR Stucco home w/CH/A, has great assum. mtg.

Datsun car. $500. Cash. 1/2 mile off ,, clothing & mlso. Items. SAT. ONLY 8 and yearlings. $300 to $550 each. from City. Furnished. 463-1323 TFN GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY 10 Lots In City Limits, ready to build, or for
Road 16 on N.W.571h Ave. Crawford 715 S. Westmoreland. 964-6565. 13 Mobil. Homes.

Road.. 2 TWO FAMILY Yard Sale. Furniture, PEAVY 12 channel 12 mixer board excel- 2 BR. 2 BA. Mobile Home, CH/A, on -20 ACRES Has 2..." Wells.septlc tank, 3 acre fish pond and manyextras..make
78 FORD VAN V-6. MIS M/B. Runs clothes and lots of miss 16 W. to lent condition, $300. Fender Stra- Kingsley Lake Sept, 8 to May 17. No offer today.

1977 good. $850. 964-8616. 2 N.W. 57th Ave. (Crawford Ave.). Fri. tocaster Squire 2, grover tuners, 3 children$325.mo. Call 5333-2602 or -If ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW down payment.
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and Sat 7 752-4339 13
months old, hard shell case Included HURRY this won't last long.
engine, carburetor and distributor. 4 FAMILY YARD SALE: Sat excellent condition, $325. Peavey IN WALDO:3 BR house stove,ref..fenced FORSYTH ROADi 3 acres out to Itsself great property to build your dream
Complete new brake system. Much trio typewriter, good cond., Exercise Stereo Chorus 400 guitar head, 120 yard $225 mo., 1st, last+$100 security home..REDUCED.
more. 21 MPG. $695. OBO. 468- bike, like new. TV and much more. dep. No pets, 964-3060 after 6pm
2502 ask for J.D. watts RMS 3 months old, excellent -2 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL DEVELOPING PROPERTY Wonderful neighborhood,
Comer of N. and Adkins StGARAGE 13
Orange condition$325. Call Phil Jones-964- close to schools...
1988 YUGO. Runs good. 25.000 miles. 7 9272 12 2 BR. 1 BA home In Crystal Lake Sub., NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK;

8846.2$1500.00. Phone 964-7434 or 964- SALE: N.E. 2nd Ave. In Coun- KIRBY HOOVER. EUREKA: Best prices unfurnished, $275. per mo. + $200. ATTRACTIVE IN TOWN HOME CB 4 BR, 1 1/2 BA, approx. 1800/sq.It., CH/A,

try Club Estates. 9 am 4 pm. Sat In town, 3 1/4 ml. north of Starke on dep. Now taking applications. Call carpet, tile. This home .Is priced to sell..It has been reduced..In a great
only. 7 301, Al Young. ALL MACHINES 964-5734 13
COMMERCIAL neighborhood.
GUARANTEED 12 FURNISHED 2 BR Home LOVELY BRICK HOME 3 BR. 2 BA, CH/A carpet tile, nice fenced 'In backyard
9- 5 & Sun. Aug. 19 15 Childrens
No Pets. 964-3595
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted $350. mo. + dep.
; : Respon-
& adults clothes household Home comes with Its own wother/dryer too.13*BRAND NEW REMODELED
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR SALE: items, decorations & much much sible party to take on small monthly 13Need : 2 BR, 1 BA home Great for newly weds, a single person or an older couple
1 2 roommates to share
or ((18-30)
Immaculate condition for professional more. 6 mi. W.of Starke BrownleeRd payments on piano. See locally, Call that doesn't want a lot of maintenance work and not a lot of mowing. Fantastic
on Manager at ((205)) 344-5952 anytime. house rent, utilities, ito... In or near
offices retail stores beauty shop, just before intersection of BrownleeRd. 12CAMPER town.Call 473-0570-leave message. Investment.
restaurant floristl.680. sq. ft CH/A & Bayless Hey. 964-7366. TRAILER ForSale Mice! clean. 13ONE -4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOMEs approx. 3800 sq. ft. w/4 BR, 4 1/2 BA. carpet

Excellent location, parking. Selling 7 Must see to appreciate. No: bath., 964- Bedroom Apt Bradford Village tile CH/A, private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water

below appraisal. BY OWNER 964- 4 FAMILYYARD SALE:Furniture,clothes, 6918. AI Young. 12 Apts.,Modern Heat pump,AC,walled front..REDUCED.

8738. 3 household items stereo,baby clothes, GRAPES. FOR SALE: UPIckWe Pick 8 patio, good neighbors, $215.00 per -2-1 ACRI LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared X mowed, just
etc.. Sal Aug. 18 8-2 437 N. waiting for a beautiful n.w home.
ANIMALS,& : pm. am- 7pm, Mon. thru Sat 6pm mo. 964-8601. 13
Lake Street (behind BHS) 7 on Sun. JOE FAULK, Griffis Loop HOUSE FOR RENT: 3BR, 2BA, Exclu- HANDY MAN SPECIALs 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A, carpet vinyl, brick fireplace, op-
PETS, FOR, SA'EHAPPY \ SAT.,8/18,9-3, Baby items, toys books, 964-5678 or 964-5673. 12 sive neighborhood CH/A w/w car .pros.. 1450 sq. ft. on 1 acre. The home 'Is In need of repair but would be a great

etc.. In Lawtey on 200-A,1 blk.South U-PIck pet, kitchen furnished. $550. mo. return In your Investment.
GRAPES dark & ,
JACK FLEA GUARD All metal light open
: of caution light. 7 7am til Ullys Vineyard $300. deposit Call 1-259-5244. SPANISH STUCCO 0490 SQ. FT. HOMEi 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA CH/A, carpet, tile,
device controls fleas In the everyday 8pm
patented Aug 18,9 til 7. Across from S. Side
home without Pesticides. Results a.m. Coral Farms Rd., Florahome 659- 13LOW double carport garage 2 1/2 acres w/600 private concrete drive. Owner
Elementary cycle helmet household, 2121 12BEAUTIFUL DAILY weekly rates Kitchenette finance. Non-Qualifying mortgage.
& GOLDKIST. 6 books, clothes, toys Jewelry linens, country floral couch: white available. Lawtey, 7823332. .10 PLUS ACRES IN CITY LIMITS Plated outinto appro, 24 Lots, Great for FHA,

PONY for sale:very small great with kids. mlso. 7 knotted pine coffee and 2 end tables: 13OFFICE Multi-Family Homing or |lust about any type of money making project you
YARD SALE: Sat 8119,9 am til ?, Baby RENTALS: Several offices now desire.
$175.. also have 15 hand brass and glass lamps.Call 964-3131
available In the
items, clothes kitchen appliances, Crosley Corporations -
horse $500., 964-5323 6 AFTER HOURS
furniture antiques, tools and much Call office building.7 miles south of Starke,
ENGINE 318 $300.
-p.FREE to good home Puppies, 1/2 shep- ..
ard-1/2 golden retriever, 3 mo. old morel 784 N.E. 4th Ave. down 964-3135 12IT Hwy 301.468-1150. 13 Sandra T.rwlll gar. . . . . . . .964-4211
Bessent Rd.l.t/2 ml.to 1 sWeioad on ,.(MIDDLEBURQ; clean 3 BR, 2BA, Dou- '
1,1 P and a 1 yr.old mixed brfeaa"47"' \C 0317MALI ,. Jleft; (N.E1Oth St1) bUfc to N.E. 4th Airstream SELF-CONTAINED type. $700. Call Travel 964-2028.Trailer, blewide Mobile Home CH/A. on 1 ', 'Ann-- TrwllUgar. Brown, .-:::'. .". '. ; .:. . :473-7541

8 Ave., turn right, 3rd Brick house on 12 acre. $350. mo. w/$350. dep.. Call Cexclla TcrwUUgar__ .,. :. . . . . . 964-7776
PEEKAPOOSi Black and buff. 10 right Follow signs. 7 14 HP KOHLER 38" Riding Mower w/ 782-1237 eve. A weekends or 1-282-

mos., shots and wormed. Asking $100. YESTERDAY'S TREASURES, next to bagger. 2 mo. old $1600.will finance 5201 Weigle Realtylno.daytime..askfor
Call 964-2992 after 6 p.m. Ed's Appliances Is buying good used part Call 9642028. 12 Jamie. 13
furniture & mist, household Items. FORD TRACTOR. Call 7823647. MOBILE HOME for rent: Near Melrose,

Back to school special; 15% off all 12FOR 14'wide 3 yr. old dean new carpet, V.A. F.eHf.A. &
Notice. furniture and bedding. 9642966,310E. SALE 14 ft Citation refrigerator 2BR, 11/2BA, CH/A total eleo.. utility ,
Legal Call St 7 good working condition. Best Offer, bldg. wAvasher & dryer hookup, on 1
acre,all fenced. $325. mo., 4753468or
Jerald Griffils will not be responsible for 964-3508 12 1-777-4501 13 CONVENTIONAL
SLEEPER Set of 8 Chippendale
debts Incurred Linda Gnffis
any by Includes utilities
2 apt $300. mo. ,
dining chairs, dining buffet, antique
Immediately. 1
__- chock ((1778)) ping pong table, an- Hampton 13ACLFhome. area. 964-8333 aft 5pm. HOME FINANCINGCall

tique rocker. Call 9642250. ,
ALL KITCHEN and bath faucets 40% off .24 hr.day care semi-private Harold K. Davis
room S downstairs apt.torrent Pleas
Smith Lumber
Stephen ant Valley Care Center 964-4546.
and Builders Supply 7 miles South of
13CLEAN Ph. 9643739FA
Starke on 301. 468-2624 12 GAINESVILLE
ONE BEDROOM Apartment @ Box S68.Starke,FL
Stove A Refrigerator weekly w/
ness. Call 4733092. 12 Located Longchamp BId",,
utilities. Dep. req. No Pets. 964-6232 Starke Office t,,.:w.v+. IB 301 South

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

Insurance Collision Work FREE EstimatesCR229

1 M A A A ;A''. fA;jAyAjv j

.Et N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133

Accelerated Realty inc.

Susan M. Faulkner GRI.'CAB Pr.aJ LAVERN H CJUf tAW?
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc.Located Broker 964-4544

Hwy.301.3: blocks South ofC.R. lQO.. ttl.Lafayette St| Thinkfncj of buying or Hwy. 301 S. Et.:

OUTLAW selling? Call ustjEvehings S Starke FL
twaa sss.aMoms
*NEW LISTINGs 75 x 100' Lot with Prlvil.g.to George's Lak., $1695.00. 28-90 Remy & Weekends

*J LOTS Each 75 x 200' on Paved Road w/Prlvlleges to George's Lak., All 3 aa
Lola 780000. 2890 *./ vlotAcreage ./W tetont
*PRICE REDUCED On this Beautiful 2000 sq. ft. plus 3BR/IBA Home, CH/A, Your Full Service Real Estate Office v'FUJnCommerctal

Screened Porch, Carport.w/Workshop. also a 2BR/18A MH Used for Rertlol or STAMBXrt. a

In-Laws, Many Extras, Call Today, 108-90 THERESSA AREA A-Frame, CB. 3BR/2BA, CH/AFlreplace, Family Room,
*3BR/1BA MH with a 10 x 30 Add-On all this and more on 2.45 AC.. Owner :David-' L Dodge>; MSA' CPIA. Patty- 'K,ltr 1T*Elder.' *t-569, MBA : a Laundry Room,10x16 Wood Util. Bldg. w/water S diet on 2.79 ac., a
sell due to health Priced to sell at 26000. 53-90 ?.
needs to 7500000.
Certified" Lucid* C. St>ry
Flerld St l
*BEAUTIFUL LOT ON SAMPSON LAKES 100 Ie 720' 64-90 ; l S34-C42O. NEW BRICK HOMEs 4BR, 2BA Stove, Ref.. Dishwasher, CH/A Sun Deck, a
Real Estate Ap r e ;
*TIRED'OP WORKING FOR HAY I.t the chicken's do the work on this working Charles Flynn- a 2240 SF Garage.Well Septic t acre. $84.500.00.

chicken farm, hat 38R/1 BA Home, with 8 acres of Land. 56-90 REALTOR ?' 102 WOODLAWN ST 3BR/2BA. CB Home, Family Rm.CH/A Range,

*3 BR/2 BA. CB HOMI IN CRY Fireplace, separate DR, yard chain link a Relrlg..Dlshwasher, Screened porch, 1800 sf, corner lot, $75.000. a

fenced 71-90 ON THI WATER 3 BR/2 BA Norwegian Brick, Living Dining, Family Rm t
42BR/2BA HOME IN CITY nice Florida Room.must see to really appr.clat. By CH/A, 2310 SFPorch., 2.B ac87000. a

92.90 a QUIET PEACEFUL 3 BR/2 BA From. Living- DiningKitchen wSnackBar
PN Cl'sBR/"BA HOME ON PRATT ST.; with CH/A, many.xtra'., Priced ol sell Den. Screened Porch Pole Barn Cleared Space for Growing a

at$33.91XCall Today W-90 PRICE REDUCED) I 11 a Garden 3.62 Ac., $65.000. aIN
*FOREST HEIGHTS Nice building lot 107-90 Excellent Buy In Starfce's Finest Neighborhood THE COUNTRY 3 BR/2 BA CB Two-Story. Stove Ref., Elec. Heat Win-

*IAYLISS HIGHWAY 1 1/4 Awes, 4BR/2BA. CH/A $39.000 103-90 '/20.. Corner .Lot Nice Outside Storage Bldg. dow AC.W.II 6 Septic Ac.$40,000.
*OFF PRATT STREET 3BR/IBA only 24.900, newroof, make good Wl WANT AN OFFER 11 HURRYII OWNER ANXIOUS!II I a LAKI GENEVA I BRII BA Frame, Screened Porches.14 x 16 Util. a

1 rental 102-90: WILL CONSIDER LEASE/PURCHASE Bldg..Well < Septlc$24,900.

*RENTALs Absolutely beautiful, large D/W MH 3BR2 BA, stocked catfish *OWNER FINANCINGion Crosby Lake Canal, D/W, CH/A.rg. ref. 34000. a GRAHAM AREAs BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home., CH/A. Stove 6 a

pond, 1 1/2 or mar.acres for ho(.., shown by oppt only, $450. plus see.IAWTIYS *LEASlI'URCHASI. 3BR, 2BA, Imm.d. occup..nlce area. Ref.. 2 Ac., 40000.
Acres GRAHAM BR/3 BA Stucco Bldg., Large Family Rm. w/Flreplace,CH/A
3/4 Luf0
; *CONNERLY ESTATEStBrlck, 3/2 on 1 acre, immac. cond., landscaped yd.
I *HAMPTON LAKES 3BR/1 BA, workshop green house, carport c CH/A, *COMMERCIALS plus DC, on 301. 250/ S. of Western Steer. City utilities.SR a Ronge.Refrlg. t Dlshwasher.lnground PoolLarge Oak Trees, 3 a

I equipped, dock, Call for appointment to view. 96-09 UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A, All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI [ Ac.$63.000.
lot chain link f.nc.d, has extra
STRIETi Doublewlde, nice large COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
*OFF *CONVENIENT, FENCED YARD. 2 BR 1 BA. In.xp.n.lvellvlng. a a
91-90 STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business..
lot BEST AREA Stark., Brick Over 2000 sf. double garage on 2 large lots. WALNUT
*MINI FARM: 5 Acres pasture, f.nc.d and cross fenced. ov.r 6000 sq. ft. *6J ACRES OF CLEARED FARM LAND. Old.r MH. 2 Wells HWY 301 South 200 Ft. on Highway plenty of warehouse spate.a .
barn. house 3BR/2BA ov.r 2200 sq. ft., Priced to sell. 70-90 HWY Ml North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home 12x60 Mobile a

*CROSBY LAKE-wonderful wat.r front property with .2BR house, 12 113-90 x 32' **40 LAKEFRONT ACRES H.avy Fish timber.A Swim.Highway W.nd cottage.frontage Furn.lawtey Sandy area.beach. Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tanks and 4 Wells w/Pumps on

screen porch facing lake. *37 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide:Owner Financing. 3 Acres. a
*REDUCTION acres, almost new home, 75000. 110-90 *NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESSi For Sale to Qualified Buyer. a EAST CALL STREETs Nice Office Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist Prac
ONE Just reduced to 115000., Nice house togo
*40 *NIW-BIAUTIFULt 2 Story over 3500 sq. ft. unfinished, U.S. 301 S.
IN with TOW'NI It. Walking distance to shopping, only 38500. Has CH/A 68-90 *BRICK I/2iCH/A, walk to shopping quiet neighborhood. a ACRES Weeded, with Fish Pond, en Paved Road
.* turn. Nice. 100x300.
i PURCHASE AVAILABLE ON 2 YR. OLD EXECUTIVE HOME ".to *BEDFORD LAKE 2/1. CH/A completely I plus ACRES Frontage an 1'0.... Highway.For Rent or Lee...
*LEASE *LAWTEY AREAs Spacious older ha.... 3/2 Owner financed. a
a 40 ACRES Can be purchased 'In 20-Acre Tracts, Planted Pines, Near
*PRICED TO Sills Farm House w/35.9 ac. 30 oc cleared. $88.000
NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1 In town. 34000. Lawtey.HOMI .
Call One tjfOtir Professionally BIDO. LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water Sewag. Owner Financinga
.. 36 Acres.
*BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY brick 6 cedar farm home. /2 1/2 BA on a
Staff 964lJ069Nfer HOME BIDO. LOTS Shady Oaks S/D, Brooker. For Rent or Leo...
Trained Toddy.
,. *I'RAMlIN STARKIi City water and sewer, walk to everything. 10000. I Owner
POUR -ACRI TRACTS Brooker Hwy. Frontage. Financing.
*LAWTIYi Nice CB. 3/1 Vi. w/4 rental ell. on 1 acre.
Hours Call Tlvs Realtor, Associates. : a THRU 1-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing. a
Good Close to Starke. REDUCED
*FARM HOUSE t BARNS on 3 oc. area. HOURSsI

Irene L. F.ulkner..O 4-8143 *2 STORY CEDARi 3600 sf., S BR, 3 BA, CH/A 2 F.PI.,rge. refrlg.. D/w. Nice [ Weyne Douglas %4-U fl AFTER Bill Deed NI- 7400.

Darlene Godwtn..4es-23O3, *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE3 BRCH/A, 1300 SF. t oc. REDUCEDUS a Nevis Ward V64-74S4 sill Onena 1444644 a
wide 3/2 On ".5 plus ac. Close Inl'
101 SOUTH Large triple
..WsrretE'Woo4J' Rxder: ;....964-9040
Thorn (Tom) Grill.ge4-6788. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings I A A 7AA A A A A A A A Aft

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IStarke: Area Ads Keystone Heights; Area AdsFURNITURE

H 'f'piWA'NLICENSED ) ,,,,, .' '., .. l, ', I eft ,' ,\
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home do
:: .I NEW SINGH BED-bookcoie headboard, IY OWNER.Between Silver lake and cleaning. We It all I
2 storage drawer Cost $249.95 Sell Reasonable rate. Just give us o call.
cosmetologist wanted. Busysalon Santa Community College PARTTIME Golf Course. 2BR/1BA. screened porch 473-7919
7 chair shop. 1 chair available INSTRUCTORS Needed Immediately WANT TO DRINK.THATS YOUR BUSI- 10000. Call after 5 p.m. 473-3343. w/spa fenced yard detached garage. D A SERVICES-Lawn 2tchg8/16-23 care Interior/Ex-

964-4151 or 964-4645. TFN at the Andrews Center Starke In the NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S ltchgB/16 Call 473-0724, after 3 p.m. ltpdS-9- terlor Painting Build or repair porches

15"ATTENTION following areas: Sociology Political OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 934- 2tchg8-16-23 fences, shed etc. Floor tile, wall
: POSTAL JOBSI Start Science French Spanish, Speech 3619. "64-4150. 964-8614. 17 HELP WANTEDALLEN'S 4BR/2SA MH-Wlth addition on 3/4 Acre. paneling replace screening. General
$11 41/hourI' For application ;Info call Mathematics and English Masters PAINTING: Any trailer w/paint and one Fireplace, CH/A, Contract for Deed. fix-It 8 repair. Call 4733120.
((1))602,633-8885. Ext. M-3493.6 am Degree with a minimum of eighteen color $120. Woody 964-5405. LAUNDRY-And Dry Cleaning 24700. David Dickinson. 4737672. 2tpd8-16-23

10pm, 7 days." 15 (18))graduate semesterhours In each 17NEED evening and. weekendi. 4739703. 4tchg8-9-30 WALLS FlOORSWIndows and door,
BUYER Railcar repair facility/ In need subject area In what you teach. Send YOUR HOME OR OFFICE Itchg8-16 LOVELY 3BR1ViBA-home on I acre. your entire abode or just your com
with minimum 2 Dr CLEANED? Call Theresa's HANDYMAN-Wanted for maintenanceand Located at 6934 CR214 West In Melrose.
of a buyer years updated resume to: HelJla Wheeler Cleaning mode Experienced and dependable
experience in MRO purchasing. Must Room 8200B Santa Fe Community/ Service 473-7539 after 6 p,m. Residential reiteration of old home In Only 42500. No down payment, low Call 473.7740Itpd8-16
be self starter Send resume with College, P.O. Box 1530. Gainesville. and Commercial. 17 MelroM. Please call 1-824-8299. Reft. monthly payment*. Let us assist you BRADFORD
salary history to : Personnel Director, FL 32602.SFCC la an Equal Opportunity DIVORCES$95-$150; WILLS$35-$50; and .xp. required. 4tchg81696NOTICE with obtaining. a Farmers Home Loan. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
P,O. Drawer A, Starke. FL 32091 / Employer 15 DEEDS $20. MANY MORE SERV- First come First served Plantana Septic/ tank pumpouts at reasonable
ICES AVAILABLE. Realty 12842617. 2tchg8/l6-23 prices also' drain line repair Starke.
needs TVI / Income Secretarial Services Inc. 964-2700. SALE OR LEASI-3BR/2BA on 1 acre. A/C 084-8121. TFN 17
; Railcar repair facility/ $32.000/year potential. ,
home with
lakevlew/access. Like newt
welders with mech. ability./ Apply In Details. ((1)) 602-838-6885 Ext tin 17SPECIALIZING CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 473.1136, 4730857. 2tchg8-16-23 DRAQQIN.HOUSE OUT OF
Fri. 8:30 am-4 at TV-17283 15 In roof leaks repairs and
person Mon. : pm to the Lake
Monitor office
R.glon SELL OR OW Deer
RENT-BIg on Springs LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for
Kustom Kar Corp., Reynolds Indus-- AUTO DETAILER:Experience necessary. reroofing. 964-3511 17 .
In writing and paid In advance Lake. 2BR/2BA with Florida room car.port. all foundation 473-7721.
trial Park. Hwy 16 East Green Cove Must have drivers license Full time BABYSITTING In my home: 2 hot meals unless credit is already establishedwith $450/month. 473-OTia ItpdS-IB TFN your 17 repairs.,
Springs, FL 15 employment. Call 964-6461 w/snacks. Weekdays 6 am to 6 pm. this office.MONITOR "
Openings available In several areas WORKERS NEEDED for TEMPJ In-yard. 964-6341 ask for Debby. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN fireplace, heat pump, much closet

will train, For info call: 708.742-8620 PART-TIME DOS.In Starke and Lake WILL do private nursing In your home.Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER space. Keystone Club Estates 4 kids WATER SPRINKLER-Red Spike with white
ext. 362 15 City/(a Social Services Agency).Must 964-6443 State of Fl Do. 0386- THE TELEPHONE. go to KHHSII Water softener. Sao- arm. If found please call 475-2813.
FULL-TIME,Licensed Real Estate Sales have own transportation and good 263941029. 17HOOFTRIMMINQ Classified deadline It 11:00 a.m. Tuesday rallce.$4000. down and assume Thank you. ltpdS-18
person. Excellent contract For a organizational skills. Workers will Certified. 473-4347 prior to Thursday's publication $34.000 mortgage. 473-2513

confidential Interview call; Lavem divide responsibilities among a seven HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting Minimum charge Is$3.50 for 15 words, FOR RENT
Outlaw 964-4522. 15 county area. For more Information Plumbing Electrical Decks Additions. then 15 cents for each additional word.If YARD SALES
call Alfreda Harewood at ((904)) 353- 25 bills are mailed out, there will be a
I I Major Repairs. yrs. Experience.Local LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homes. SATURDAY9.2 Deer Road.
6014. 15 $3.00 billing charge.Mailing p.m. Springs
:--/'H'"N/ .) 'ES"FOR'SA'f'Sj:: ..., t INSURANCE SALES No exp. neo.. TFN references 17 Woody. 964-5405. address: P.O. Box 1171, $145/$155 per month Lake Geneva 4th house on right Household Items,
.l : "..': "''''' ''''' :" ; .:: ; Excellent training program. Guaranteed Keystone Hts., FL 32656 Rentals 473-7566. 6mopd7-90-l-91 clothes, toys. 1tpdB/16
live In take of
NEEDED Lady to to care
salary. Benefits Include group ; MOBILI HOMI-2BR or 3BR$145/$155 per FRIDAY SATURDAY-NO soles until 10
den with health life disability Insurance and elderly woman. Room & Board. momth. Lake access. Lake GenevaRentals a.m. Zephyr Lane, 21N to Casllne
FOR SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA. / Monthly salary. Call 275-2321. .
4737566. 6mopdio1227LAKE Road follow '
retirement Call 376-1262 signs 1tchg8-16
screened frontporch large program.
fireplace CHILD CARE: For the working mom. After COTTAOE-Prefer retired coup I.. ,
between 8:30 and 4:30
deck. Carpet Large lot. 9646499. : am : pm. CARSmSMERCURYCougar.
TFN 16 15 school nights and weekends. For 2BR/I BA screened porch 4733609. WANTED

BY OWNER:Clean large 4 BR 1 1/2 BA DEMONSTATOR WANTED: Dependable dependable 8522. 17 good child care call 964- $3200. 473-0700. LAO 1tpd8-9 SANTA FI-2BR cottages, A/C
concrete block home. CH A/C. car- well dressed Individual to do 2tchg8-2-9 RETIRED COUPLI-Wont to 'lease home on
HANDYMAN Call AL 964-4625. porch.4751444.2tpdB9161BR
put In Starke. 39900. OBO. For demonstatlng In grocery stores In 17WILL 1986 FORD ESCORT-Good condition,very COTTAOI-furnlshed located In or near 'lake of any size large trees,
after 5 1-726-7651. Starke and surrounding areas. Call preferred. Please send
call privacy
appt. pm clean. 473 3887. Itpd8-16 downtown Water and description
BABYSITln home.Any on Keystone. garbage
"64-"7"3 15 my ages. .
16ASSUMABLE furnished. $275.mo. ...73..920.IIpdB16 phone number to Box 1442, Inverness
Edwards 1 blk. from US 301.
,NE/NO Loan 3 Bedrooms Medical Sect RN. Earn up to $35,000. Road. '. Florida 32650.
2 Baths Nice Starke Sub, 2+ acres. flex sched, Full& Part-time. Contact: 964-7559. 17 FOR SALE loca. 4tpd7-26/8-2-9-16
MOBILEHOME-Two Bedroom good
LEARN TO PLAY guitar & read notes In
Owner transfered MUST SELL, Call Medical Personnel Pool EOE.1-378-
964-4106 No agents please. 0333. 15 60 days. Call between 10 2. Mon. SATELLITI SYSTEM-repossessed due todlvorc. tion. 'A mile from town. Adults only. LAND FOR SALE

16"ATTENTION LPN's-Earn up to$28.oo0.lIex schedule thru Sun. at 964-8120. 17 .. Still under warranty Nothing a Call BEDROOM-Unfurnlshed after p.m. 4732658. 2tpd8-16-23 MH In

GOVERNMENT HOMES Full A Part-time. Contact: Medical down. $39/mo 12721031. Melrose. $250 with $100 deposit. Call $0.00 DOWN-1.5 acres on paved road In
FROM $1 (U-repalrl) Dellquenl tax Personnel Pool Attn.: Fran EOE 1- 4tehg7-12-8-2 475-2393. 1tchg8-16, Melrose. $8900- only $150/mo.
property. Reposessions Call((1))602. 378-0333. 15 COMMERCIALRENTAL SATELLITI SYSTEM Like new. 6 mo. old DW MH-On beautiful lake lot. 3BR/1BA. 1.659.2269.31chg8.2.9.16 I
838-8885, Ext. GH-17283 16 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III- F/C In with scrambler Nothing down. Ideal for older couple. $273 plus security ). SEVERAL LOTSovallable. High Ridge :.
3BR 11/2BA/ CB fenced completely the trade of Electrician (temporary). $49/mo. 12721018. lchg712.8.2PIANOWanted d.p. Call 19124963688. Estates Mobil. homes allowed.Owner
remodeled new CH/A. 49500. Call Must have high school diploma or : Responsible party to financing. Starting at 4000. Plantana'
9646573. 16 equivalent and three years experience Excellent take on small monthly payments on 4tchg8-16-9-6 Realty 1-284.2617 / .30Classified
.$1000per hour.Mail completed piano. See locally. Coll manager at
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY Fl State application to:R. NateHolton, Downtown Locationat (205)) 344-5952 anytime 3tchg8-2-9-16 U-PICK
Personnel Manager New River Cor- 114-116-118 N. MH WITH LC.-Built-on Fla. rm., new 200 AdsGet
Amp service, CH/A 4 inch 2
and and
rectional Institution, Post Office Box GRAPES-Dark light
Walnut Street. Fully cleared acres, large oaks, very privateon from 7 to
333. Raiford Florida 32083-0333 or sweet. Open every day a.m.
Call((904))964-4000 Ext. 537. Preference Occupied. Good small lake $26,500 obo. 22 ft. Torus 8 p.m. Lilly's Vineyard Coral Farms Results!!
travel by Fleetwood roof
WATKINS PRODUCT Dealers Wanted; shall be given to certain Veterans air Rood Flora home. Telephone 659-2121.
You need to make extra money we &spouses of veterans. EOE-M/F. Income. Appraisedat self-contained. Good condition. $2,650 4tchg8-9-30
obo. 1 1'/r cleared small lake,
acres on
have a business opportunity/ for you. PO, RR 7522 15
large oaks, with travel trailer.
For Information call collect 904-782- OFFICE HELP WANTED: Full time posi- $80M plus. .
6612908. 4tpd8-9-8-30
3068.20 tion for organized dependable ma- ALL AdsHELP
NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon ture adult willing to work 7:15: a.m.- membership Good Buy. 473-4878 County I
representative for information call 4:15: p.m. Mon. Fri. and 9,00 a.m. REASONABLEOFFERS 2tpd8/16.23

Ramona at 7823068. 20 12:00 p.m.Sat General office duties. CASH REGISTER-Data terminal systems,
BE A PARALEGAL; Accredited 1976. Light typing Salary commensurate Respondto model 150 $150. Electric guitar black FOR SALEIILL'S WANTED
Attorney instructed Home Study.Fin. with ability./ Apply In person or send : P.O. Drawer A bats, excellent condition $I 75. Rota-
Aid. Free Catalog SCI -1800.6692555 resume to Vogue Mfg.Water St(S.R. Tiller, 3Vihp driven excellent
20 100 E.) Starke. 15jiJF Starke, FL 32091 condition $125.gear 4753309. Itpd8-16 APPLIANCE USED SALES AND ATTENTION GOVERNMENT JOSS YOUR
REPAIR SERVICE. Buy some, sell some, AREA I 1784069485. Call ((1))

+ > ...... .. trade some, fix some. 4962090. 4tpd. 602.838-1885. ext. R9127.
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;S fA lefi '-- 4/12-4/26 then TFN. ATTENTIONi "POSTAL' JOBS1 Start

[ M ,LIE ; .-.: 1r1sI1 ,, .TKAIIM HITCH for full sice truck. CalL. .$1141hourFoot| opplipptionJnfo: call
ACTION POOLS .: 9648791 ask for Jason. TFN. .., ,,,.(l-u602-838-8885.) 6
l : if ; STEEL DOGBOX for full size truck. Double m.-lO p.m., 7 days. 3 pd. 8/2 8/16.
<< of JacksonvilleInGround doors Swivel seat. Call Jason at ATTENTIONi EASY WORK EXCELLENT
Large or Small Loads of Llmerock 9648791. TFN. PAVI 1 Assemble products of homo.
C Concrete Pools GRAPES PICK OR Wl PICK at Martin's Details (1)) 602-SM-MS5 Ext. W9127.3lpd. .

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer ) First In Quality Lowest In Prices Fruit Farm Ft. White. Closed Sunday. 8/9. t/14,1/23.
Best CREPI MYRTLE- NOW BLOOMING Red. Fulltime, dedicated people,for production
964-6182, =Ra'9fi48: / ; : 9646095'tt; ;$ SPECIAL White, Pink and White. At Martin's line sewing operators. No experience
Fruit Farm Ft. White We also have necessary w. will train. No
$7900 COMPLETE 11MITED TIME ONLY fruit plants. 497-2621. Closed Sunday. shift work.7:30 a.m. to":15 p.m. Good
Stchrg. 8/2, 8/30. pay. training curves for new
t 100% Financing.............Phone ((904)) 737-6486 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible employees, good benefits for fulltlme
party to take on small monthly employees; paid vacation paid
r L" I .. payments en piano. See locally. Call holidays, major medical life Insurance

i' 1 h manager anytime. 205.344.5952. profit sharing credit union
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Stchrg. 8/2. 8/16. attendance and safety bonu. ApplyIn
1971 TROPHY Mft.TRAVEL TRAILER A/C. person at Lake Butler Apparel Com

'DOWN'q' ' and morel' $2500 or best offer 8/16 2tchg. 8/23

'78 Citation TREE AND STUMP 4311714. 2tchrg. 8/9, 8/16. IARN MONEY AT HOME stuffing
Chevy $695 i 8ft. REFRIGERATOR push mower 12ft. envelopes Send a self-addressed
V-6. AT PS PB AC #3475 freezer and sewing machine. Call Myrtle stamped envelope to: PMA. Box 1323.

i REMOVAL Bailey 496-3349 Itchg. 8/16 Broken Arrow Ok. 740131323. Itpd.
82 Chevy Chevette
$1295 . .. 816INSURANCE
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4 cyl.. AT. ps. PB AC #3491 I PERSONAL SERVICESWELL SALES No experience
;' _/ tI'Se l (r JJtttrca'' } I I necessary- Excellent training program.
78. Chevy Impala S/W .. ,, : ; I Guaranteed salary. Benefits Include:
V8. AT.PS.PB.AC $3474 $1395 DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- group Insurance, life and disability Insurance
man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 24 and retirement program Call
'81 Ford Courier 995 964-9300 Inch water wells Pumps- sales, service 376-1262. between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 .

: #3465 Installation septic tanks, lift p.m. 8/16 2tchg. 8/23
stations' New Installation dralnfleld
$199 DOWN, IJ I $4Q' PER'WEEK Jones-27S-20O4-: Jones- 273-2716.
'78 Toyota Cellca DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY After 6 p.m.State licensedAll work
$1495 guaranteed-estimates. 1/25 Stpd. IMS CHEV. CAMARO Like new. loaded.
4 cyl.. 5-sp. Trans. #3423 864 N.Temple Ave., Starke 2/22 then/ tfn $500 down and take over payments.Call .

'81 Eves &: Weekends: 964-7578 LOUIE NOEOil LAWN SERVICE FreeEstimates. 4963892. 8/16 2tchg; 8/23
Mercury Cougar $165 4963923. 3tchrg. 7/26
; 6 Cyl. AT PS. PB AC 8/16. MOBILE HOMES
Well ,
Drilling BABYSITTING WANTED Experiencedmom
; 78 Dodge D-100 Pick-Up would like to care for your child./ FOR SALE
: 6 PB Residential & Irrigation Will provide lunch; snacks Infants to

12 years welcome., Reasonable rates.Convlently .
'80 Ford located In Lake Butler 1M7 ZIMMER DOUBLEWIDE 1.600 sq. ft.
Mustang $1695 Carport screened porch 3 bed/2 both
Janice Noegel 496-3923. anytime.
i 6 Cyl. AT Central' heat and air fireplace garden
4tchrg2t. tub To be moved. $2t,000 or best of
":'$299 DOWN illJJ, :$40'PER'WEEK%' Pump'Sales HOME ELDERLY HEALTH at home.CARE PERFORMED Night or Day.FOR fer. Call 15263236. "t hrg. 8/2. 8/23.

79 Olds Delta 88 & "963906.2tchrg.9.16.. FOR RENT

v.. AT PS.PB.AC #3487 $2495 FIRST BAPTIST Church of CXustee, Florida
Service On 'IAliMakes to In need of a Pianist and a Music
lead all musical activitiesof RENT OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160-1200
0 82 Plym. Reliant S/W Director to
$2495 9644061 the church. Interested persons monthlySecurity deposit required.Sid's .
i 4 Cyl.AT.'PS.PB.AC 13481j should caB 904/752-1563 after 7 pm.WESLEY Park behind MS.6tpd.7/26 8/30.
BEDROOM for rent. Washington Spr
j 77 Lincoln Continental Lie 1303 ings. Myrtle Bailey. 4963349.. Itchg.
$2495 LAND CLEARING: Fishing
2 V-8 LOADED #3273 ponds road bullalng land clearing. 8/16
f 82 lFoPd.Fairmont $2495 P 431-1000 or 499-2281. 17AFFORDABLE residential area. $180 per month plus

6 C A heat I T $100 security deposit. Call nights and
pump weekends, "963452.16 2tpd. 8/23
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$ : DOWNsi1irfi.x;$40, PER.WEEK bath Large lot Front and back porch.

81 Ponte F will feel T.H.E., Unfurnished except appliances. Rent
re r $2995 anyone / $300 a month plus deposit. Call
: V6.AT.PS.PB.AC #3429 APARTMENTS 496-2934. tfnchg. 816NOTICE

I 84 Mercury Topaz $3495 comfortablewith / 11l0t '
4 -.i 922 E. Brownlee St.

Camp .
83 Ford Mustang Starke. FL 3O91 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
V6.AT.PS.PB.AC #3334 $3495 'I to the Union County Times office -
964-7133 'In writing and paid In advance

84 Ford LTD S/W . unless credit Is already establishedwith
$2995 2 & 3 BR. with
.... .."P. family oriented this office.
V6.AT.PS.PB.AC ..3355ff$699'DOWNN Huy die Trau 11.1200 bah laundry &large playground.FREE THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Ir.bound to ranle I
y : Jlt.$45'P E1 RtW..K; fceUnf aT comfort -1I8C the XI; s Electricity first month. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
1200 Vfeedurtron heat pump I II becked bjr cjochuto menubdureri jresr Rent 3O'%of your monthly Income THE TELEPHONE.
r( l f Broiled: wmmnty both the compressor and all pKie 2 jrous on put. Aid If you quality.If \ Classified
'81 Datsun 4x4 $3895 l r the unltli super hlfh dflctenejr helps reduce your enerjvuufe si jtbcaiJOO Ian&. you earn 63.35 per: hr., 40 hre a P.M., prior to Thursday Is publication.MONDAY 5

4 Cyl.4 Sp, Tran. 13485 CaD today f IIII'I detaJIa GQ hat!"Imp.'iIIwIdD.1I1VIIIJa6Ie, week ft have 3 dependents, your Minimum charge hi 19 words for S3.90,
rent would be about 112 monthor
r 85 Ford P U $3.73 per day for day f left a ta the then IS cents for each word thereafter.REWARD .

Ranger $3695 *"- COWART month for move-In after the first
4 C I. 4Sp. Qualified Singles Accepted.MoveIn .

82 Real Buick ,. $3695 Air Conditioning Contractorsen 10.00. cost can be a* low Lnuftmme a*
$1400 REWARD for Information
.3482 s...H ua"'i0
CACM782S: JtentJbrJOMDYburrnconw to the arrest and conviction of persons
83 Chevy Celebrity .me7sad 1 964-8025 JiL' responsible for the disappearance of
$39 5 urronndla* __tl.. for over 15 jrean. lf flu QualU\I Frank Rlgdeon's walker dogs. Call
9 va AT.PS.PB.AC '34415 4963894. tfnchg. 8/t6Page


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.4- CountyCommission
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In speaking with you, the voters of District 4, I

have found the following issues of major

.. '" concern to you and as your County
: -=' .. *"".. Commissioner I will
_._- -.' '......t.,....." "-'>_ ..w f1'iW:'. tll1)- target areas as my
Losing a Friend...
Harold Alvarez looks at an almost 200-year-old live oak which split at the top of
the trunk last week and fell,nearly hitting the home of his daughter Lisa and .. Find out where your tax dollars are going,
her husband Paul Rogers.Alvarez and his son-in-law were both home at the time how they can best be spent for the bettermentand
the tree fell.
The tree,Alvarez said, was the oldest thing left on the property on Brownlee continually growing Bradford County and
Road in Bradford County which used to contain Water Oak Baptist Church and a above all, will stress fiscal responsibility.
community school during the early 1900s. Alvarez's daughter and son-in-law Enacting the Enhanced 911 Program so all of
built their house,which has been on the property a little more than one year,
specifically near the tree for shade. Bradford County will feel secure about prompt
The tree had to be removed last Friday. Alvarez said the tree,like an old friend, response regarding Emergency (EMT), fire, and
will be missed by his family.
police service.Your .
Foresters said the tree may have fallen due to rot within the trunk.
Vote JOHN ANDERSON 4, 1990,
for on September County
Looking a Yard Sale? Check Commissioner District 4, will benefit YOU and be greatly appreciated.Your .
Vote for ANDERSON is for you to have a vote on the Commission.
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TILE & CARPET Used IBM Used Mita DC .
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know they install more marble and other quality flooring than

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Jacksonville and-the license plate John Douglas Foster, 21, of Joseph Dewayne McDaniel, 22, of In DOC (183 days jail credit). (Also Donald William Martin 41,charged -
,Carolyn EavM stolen from Keystone Heights. Infor- Brooker charged with attempted Lawtey charged with violation of pled to charges of burglary of con- with sexual battery by threat and
BCT Suit WriterStarke mation received from witnesses sexual battery; entered a plea of no probation possession of more than 20 veyance, grand theft and dealing In lewd and lascivious assault; the
revealed that the suspect was stay- contest to battery (a lesser included grams and burglary of structure; stolen property, sentenced to run court granted a motion to discharge,
sentenced concurrent.) Seek drug and alcohol the Is unable td the vIc-
Ing at a local motel.Contact with the offense), was placed on six months entered plea no contest, locate
ManCharged suspect produced a confession, ac- Tri County Probation, no contact (ass habitual offender) to five years counseling while in DOC tim In the case.
In BurglaryA cording to Patrolman Gorman. with victim, fined$loo plus$99 court I Ibrn
Melissa Susan Farley was charged costs to be paid within three months. II
32-year-old Starke man was
charged with a July 22 burglary of theft.with She grand was theft released auto and to Duval petit Clara Mae Hicks charged with ag- :' : : ) I
the of Jesus Christ Ministries. PRESEASON
entered of no :
battery plea
authorites under $10,000 bond. gravated ;
Raymond Randolph Woodland of contest, placed on 30 months proba- f > '

N. Walnut St. was arrested Aug. 14 Finals Aug. 13 tion, stay away from victim. A ., : ,:'
for and
stealing a 20-guage shotgun restitution hearing was set for Sept. KICKOFF SALE
cash after he broke open the front In Circuit CourtThe 5.
door of the ministries, according to \
Lt. David Aderholt. The gun has following defendants ap-H. Willie Lee Thomas charged with Start this season
Judge George
been recovered. peared possession of cocaine entered pleaof
Woodland was released on his own Pierce Aug. 13 In Bradford Circuit
contest attempted possession
recognizance. Court where their cases received no / with the No. '1 Draft
final dispositioan. of cocaine (a lesser offense), placedon .
Trl County Probation 11

Sinclair Watkins, 23,charged 29 days, seek employment or attend Choice. TORO
Duval Woman Terry and school attend substance abuse .. ;
with possession of cocaine I
Arrested In StarkeA counseling (BUGC.
of i
sale of cocaine; entered a plea no
20-year-old( Jacksonville woman contest to sale of cocaine and was
Luther Marvin Moody,69,charged
was arrested in Starke on a warrant sentenced to 30 months In the
with under influence and
from Duval County charging auto Department of Corrections with driving driving while license suspended; 24rcu1'iWAIiisEHINDNALuE!\ : [
theft. credit for 171 days In the county jail.
entered a plea of no contest, placedon
T. Gorman Watkins was arrested in February'sRock
Police officer P.
months 90
30 probation, days
observed a vehicle parked near a Pile.The state will dismiss the Bradford Jail, seek
closed business August 12 during possession charge. Watkins is also substance abuse County counseling at Model 26642 Model 20588
routine patrol. A computer check on charged with violation of probation BUGC, fined $1,000. Restitution Rear Wheel Drive Four Cycle Push Type3i395
number from Alachua and Columbia coun-
the vehicle identification hearing set for Sept. 5. Blade Brafefl Clutc
found the vehicle to be stolen from ties.

. Local Native Receives State AppointmentJo I Model 20632SelfPropelled Model 20611

Ann Mobley Dotson, a 1962 to Charlotte North Carolina.Jo and three grandchildren, Mandy, Four Cycle Self-Propelled
honors graduate of Bradford High Ann is currently a Manufacturing Kristin and Shelby. Jo Ann is the Rear Bagger --
School, has been appointed State Secretary with Ford Motor Com- daughter of Irene Mobley and the S Blade Brake Clutch ,
Public Relations Chairman for the pany at the Rawsonville Plant in Yp- late Lacy Mobley, and the sister of 95 38995
Michigan Federation of Businessand silanti,where she has worked for the Jan Norton, Ernestine Underhill, 59 r
Professional Women. past six years. She has three Phil and Edward Mobley, all of Model 20677
Ms. Dotson will assist the 1990-91 children, Terry, Jamie and Susan, Starke. > Rear Wheel Drive 5HP

president of MFBPW and the ti Kt .Mi S i Sl -liwn
organization at the state level and J [S ;SEE'1J' c ; WE EL ,4 4'(1995Trlcn"er
serve as liaison to the 92 local '-
organizations in promoting the ob- b 1A
jectives of the organization.Jo .
JennY .

Ann joined the organization in
1970 in Starke under the sponsorshipof erobicConneCtion t" : : INTRODUCING...

Della Rosenburg and was presi- or PREFERRED CUSTOMER CLUB
dent of the Starke club in 1974.Since
moving to Michigan, she has servedas N PLUS Push Buy any TORO lawn mower and get the following
President of the Ypsilanti Mower club benefits from F.P.C.:
organization on two occasions and CASHDISCOUNTS FREE Mower pickup & delivery for two years
also as District Director. She has (Metro area only).
also served as a local delegate to the FREE blade sharpening for two years
I With the Purchase
National Conventions in Miami,San E One FREE lawn mower blade
Juan, San Francisco, San Antonio, Member P.D.T.A. in Tap "* of ANY TORO .,AND MORE
Albequerque, Nashville, Waikiki. Professional Dance pans Ballet .Riding.. Mower
and Detroit,and this year will travel Teachers Association Wh8r9 i it & I 1ness Jazz .yy"f.

Certified by: vanGB
Aerobic Fitness, Inc. Acrobatics

Owner/Instructor: Jenny
Buy? Rent? Kelley Ages 3 Adult :FLDRIDA
of Kathy&Jenny's Beginner-Advanced

Sell? See theCasSledsl School Palatka of Dance Registration Dates PEST

15 Years Experience August 30 & 31 ONTROL .

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maybe you should get a fresh perspective on things. ;

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SFCC In Gainesville Offering Focus on Careers, Real Estate Classes

on Careers homemakers in Alachua l and Brad- Real Estate Course .
ford counties. The two week class,
Santa Fe Community College's which meets daily from 9 am.2 Santa Fe is also offering its Real
.... Focus on Careers is ready to help if p.m., provided vocational and Estate Salesman and Broker's
you want to get back into the job career assessment counseling, job 14-hour continuing education course
market,want to change your careeror search activities and employability August 12, IS,21 and 23 from 6:30 to
want to begin a new career. skills.
Beginning August 27,SFCC will offer 10 p.m. In Building H, room 109,
free class for single: t>,,nrcut ,.1 Call Andrea Ashley at 3955393. Gainesville.CalL395-5.133 to register.



Well & Septic Tank

Inc. 1983 '

. 2 & 4 In. Water Wells, Pumps-Sales, Service, Installation, Septic,tanks,

... Lift Stations-New Installation, Drainfield Repairs

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Bradford County Sheriffs Deputy Pat Henry and Keystone Height's District Manager Cris ,. -CONTACT-

Andersen watch as Co-op Mechanic Claude Hardee applies a Radio Watch decal to the door panel

of a radio-equipped truck. Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004
Drivers of
trucks will now be observing and reporting any activity which might require the

investigation of the Bradford County Sheriffs Department Lex Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m.

* Clay Electric

The Streets as Part of

? Neighborhood ProgramClay I

Electric Cooperative Inc., radio-equipped vehicles. As the ELECT
. has now implemented its employees utilize their vehicles
'? Neighborhood Radio Watch program while working in the county, the
in Bradford County in employees will be In a position to
cooperation with the Bradford Coun- observe and report activities or ( I
ty Sheriff's Office. events which should be handled or
"We want to do our part to make investigated by the sheriff's office.
:: Bradford County a safer place to Co-op employees have been in- D. M. HALE
- liver work and raise our families," structed to report such events as accidents -
said Clay Electric Director of with injuries, burglar T7j
Member and Public Relations Ed alarms sounding In residential or COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4
:: Bennett. commercial areas, breaking and
4 1990
:1 "If we can help reduce crime and entering, screams, gunshots, SEPTEMBER ,
assist In reporting other:emergency suspicious events or people fires
needs, the entire community etc.The information will be raditto ;; Qualified DependableWill
benefits," he said. the co-op's dispatcher and called
"This program will be beneficialto in to the sheriff's office. work with all elected officials to insure that the

Department the Bradford as well County as the citizens Sheriff's of structed''Our employees to observe and have report been, not In- best possible service is provided-at the lowest cost to

this area," said Sheriff Kenneth to apprehend anyone involved in an
Etheridge. "I adamantly endorse apparant crime, Bennett said. the taxpayer, at the same time look for ways to reduce
;. and support the Clay Electric Special Neighborhood Radio
Neighborhood Radio Watch Pro- Watch decals have been placed on taxes.
rgram: .- the radio-equipped vehicles to iden-
i i it{ Training has been conducted for tify them to the public'as,a source of GREATLY APPRECIATED"C
Clay Electric employees who have assistance. .. tu"YOUR

BUS Students Must Stay in I

School to Stay Behind the Wheelby I

Butter Rohn one's natural life, since a judge can
BCT Staff Wrlt.r direct the Department of Safety to &: G MFG. HOMES -
In Bradford County, a number of reissue the license, but it will be along
students have lost their driver's long time before it happens.
license for dropping out of school, An Olympic diving champion Is Lake City
and 26-30 others are attending serving time In a Florida prison for
school under an attendance agree- running into a group of teenagers in
ment, in compliance with a Florida Brandon, 2-3 years ago, and killing HOMES of MERIT
Statute that went Into effect earlier two of them. The young driver was .
this year. drunk at the time.It Locally Built
The statute passed by the 1989 ,can become expensive to be : ,
legislature, is designed to picked up for DUI, without havingan Factory OutletSPECIAL
discourage students from droppingout accident. A first DUI conviction '
of high school. The number of will not result In jail time,unless the
students signing an attendance person has a bad record, but he will
agreement, who otherwise fit a pat- be required to do 50 hours of com- 1991 24X52
tern for dropping out indicates the munity service work and fined
program does enjoy some success, $2SO-$500. If his blood alcohol ex- $17,995
and keeps some students in the ceeds .20, the cash fine doubles.A .
Students under age 18
automatically trigger the statute second DUI in 3 years brings a 14x70 WAS 15.995 now $11.995 28x44 WAS 19.995 now $15.995
when he or she misses five con- minimum mandatory jail sentenceof
without acceptableexcuse 10 days and loss of license for 5
secutive, after days which the an school sends years, a $500 to $1,000 fine, which Hwy. 90 West 752-3743 Across from Wal-Mart
letters to the student and parents, also can double if the blood alcohol
warning of possible loss of license. content is .20 or above.

School Superintendent Jim Dun- "
can conservative said school in their officials Interpretationof are very .. Florida Federal 1

regulations, and do not buy many
Students who do not return to
school after having received a letter,
are given 11 additional days, after COMBINATION
which the school notifies the Depart- A WINNING
ment of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles, and it will pick up the \
delinquent's driving license. .

a but Duncan hardship."a had drop-out's several says" appeals the having school by a'job parents systemhas is not r High Rate CDs '& Florida Federal

Students and parents alike are
learning that possessing a driver's
license Is a privilege,not a right,and
the state can suspend or revoke the

,license Duncan at any said time.he would like to see a 4. : MONTH CD
: CD
requirement for students to give : ". >: 6 MONTH

academic evidence progress of trying while to staying make in ,:," .Y. ,$500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open
school. He doesn't suggest a required -
grade level,just try to make

progress.Bradford. High School has about 8.100/0 1810/0 8.200/0 7.900/0

drivers 200 students education each year elective taking sub

ject. The course includes required
alcohol a. driver's and drug license.training for obtainIng Annual l Yield Annual Rate Annual Yield Annual Rate

Under the Influence... RatesareuctbchargeSubaMNalpendtybrearlywhhde _ftvmcvs. 'Theenectlwannualy/eld.basedonInterestcompoundedmonthlyYie -ouwiws principal ana Mmt imam on deposit loroat u rFDIC :

Drivers, young and old, are learning
that DUI charges are becoming
more serious and can bring jail
'time as well as loss of driver's Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke -
license increase in insur l a costs 6707 Road 395 Madison Street FloridaFederal
loss of Insurance and other financial 220 N. Main Street Newberry
risks. 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000 .
Jacksonville juvenile, ..
Last year a
lost his driver's license for life when Gainesville/University Lawrence Heigl hts Ocala
he,was found to be drinking while accl 3501 W. University Ave. Blvd. & 3033 S.W. College Rd.
In an
drivin that was Involved school INSURED 373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204
dent killed a high ,
homecoming queen. 473-4952 Savings.
George Pierce says
County Judge
losing a license for life II somewhat! )
like a life sentence. It doesn'tnecessarily ,
of -
mean for the rest "

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I, ObituariesTabatha I

of Thanks
L. MatthewsMiss Survivors include his wife, Roberta Jerry E. Ward Minot, N.D. She was a member of Jerry Patton, ladies of
G. Dedmon, Melrose; four sons, Protestant faith, member of Womenof Baptist Church for the wonderful We would like to take this oppor-
Tabatha Lynn Matthews 8, Derry W. Dedmon, Green Cove Springs Jerry Edwin"Little Jerry"Ward, the Moose, Home Chapter No. O dinner, relatives, Theressa tunity to express our heart-felt
of St. Augustine, PI died Sunday, Leon 12, of Lake Butler died Wednesday, friends and
: Eddie Dedmon, and a homemaker. neighbors and friends. Our hearts thanks to the many
August 12, 1990, following a long fitness. Callahan; Carl B.Dedmon,Jacksonville August 8, 1990, In the Shands Survivors Include one daughter; were warmed by the outpouring of relatives for the food and every
She was born In Jacksonvilleon and Charles G. Dedmon,Jr.,of Teaching Hospital after a brief il- Eileen Raley of Theressa and one concern. through gifts of food, other kindness shown us during the
September 27, 1981 and moved to Jacksonville.Two lness. He was born in Gainesville, son; Howard Alvstad also of flowers,cards and visits.Thank you Illness and loss of our Dear Mother.
St. Augustine in 1989 from Starke. sisters; Thelma Collins, and lived his life in the Lake Butler Theressa. Three brothers; Emil for caring. God bless you all. The family of Mae McKinney
She was a member of Protestant Etta of Community. He was a student at the Eskil of Ida Varnes
Jacksonville and Derrington Swenson, Sykeston, N.D., The family P.Frey
Lake Butler Middle
Faith and a student. Nutter Fort W. Va.. Eight grand- School and was Swenson, Kenmare, N.D. and Willis! --- --
Survivors include her mother and and very active In sports. Swenson of One
children one great grandchild.In Dakota, N.D.
step-father, Nancy "Liz" & Paul leiu of flowers contributionsmay Survivors Include his mother;Jen- sister; Sylvia Hansen, Bismark,
Spurlock of St. Augustine; her be made to North Central ny Ward of Lake Butler, father and N.D.,four grandchildren and 2 great BradfordChiropractic
father Howard E. step-mother Jerry E. Ward and
Matthews of 15235 ;
Florida Hospice, P.O. Box grandchildren.
Thomasville,Ga.One sister,Saman- the Barbara Ward both of Lake CenterStarke
Gainesville, Fl 32604 or Trinity
tha Jolene Spurlock, St. Augustine. Episcopal Church, Highway 26, Butler.Flve brothers; Chuck Dilasof Funeral services were held at 2:30:
Maternal grandmother, Nancy Melrose, Fl 32091. Lake Butler, Wally Dilas of p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on Office
Jackson of Kinglsey Lake. Maternal Funeral services were held at Brunswick, Ga., James Ward of Friday, Aug. 10, with Rev. Gary A.
grandfather, No lIe Lee Seals of 10:00: a.m. In Trinity Episcopal Lake Butler, Matthew and Paul Heath, pastor of Hope Baptist 218 S. Walnut St.
Thomasville Ga. and paternal Church,Melrose,on Monday August Scott both of Lake Butler Three Church, conducting the service. In- Next to the Clumber of Commerce
grandmother, Ann Kronz of sisters; Carmie McKenzie of New terment in Cemetery ,
13, 1990 with Fr. Dale Warner con- was Hope 964-4957
Berry, Sherri Blake and Christinla
Jacksonville. ducting the services. Interment was under the direction of Jones Funeral "
Scott both of Lake Buller.
Funeral services for Tabathawere Home
in Eliam Cemetery, Melrose under Keystone. Heights.
held at 2:00: p.m.,graveside,at the direction of Jones Funeral Parental grandparents; Mr. and
Santa Fe Cemetery, Hampton, FL Home,Keystone Heights. Mrs. G. W. Grantham of Lake PAIN CONTROLHEadacbes
on Wednesday, August 15, 1990 with John E. MillingMr. Butler, maternal grandfather: Card of ThanksOur fff4
Rev. Robert Porter and Hospice Wallace Denton Arm
on Hagen, Ga. Neck
Chaplain, Joe Folmar conductingthe John Ernest Milling, 83, of paternal great grandmother Cassie heartfelt thanks to all who ex- Mid Back
services.Interment was in Santa Lacrosse,Florida died Monday mor- Pearce of Lake Butler. tended comforting sympathy and INJURIES
Fe Cemetery under the direction of ning at his home after a brief illness. help in our recent sorrow. For the Low Back&-Leg
Jones Funeral Home, Starke. FL. He was born in Columbia County, beautiful service, floral offerings Work Related
In lieu of flowers contributions living most of his life in Avon Park Funeral services will be held and other kindnesses. A special, -SportsPersonal
may be made to N.E. Hospice, P.O. where he was an equipmentoperator Saturday at 2:00: P.M. in the First thanks to North Central Florida -
Box 5306,St. Augustine, Fl 32084 for a large Orange Grover Christian Church of Lake Butler Hospice in Gainesville.We are deeply r Auto Accidents
with Rev. Art Petrson officiating. .
Operation. He was a member of the grateful.The
Church of God in Lake Butler. Burial will follow in Old Providence family of Frank W. RiChard DR. W. DAVID SIXES
Charles G. Dedmon, Sr.
Survivors include his wife; Eunice Ceemetery under the direction of Ar- CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
Mr.Charles G.Dedmon,Sr.,73,of Milling of Lacrosse,one son; DanielI. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler
Melrose,FI,died Friday,August 10, Milling of Lacrosse, one brother; Family will receive friends at the THE TEAM APPROACH
1990 In his home on Opal Lake follow- James Russell Milling of Lakeland, funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m.Friday Card of Thanks
ing a long bout with cancer. Born in one sister; Morjorie Heath of Lake evening. We sincerely appreciate all the CHIROPRACTIC CARR WHEN YOU NEED JT- ;.
Chattanooga,Tennessee,on Aug.22, City,six granchildren and one great 24 HOURS: A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK
special care given our loved one by
1916, he moved to Melrose in 1979
from Jacksonville. grandchild. Windsor Manor, Bradford Hospital, 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
He member of Trinity Jones Funeral Home, Hope Baptist
was a Ida P.
Episcopal Church, Melrose; Navy Funeral services were held Frey Church, Pastor Gary Heath, Pastor TPNB 001.*Houm Mon.-P'.8t306iOO p.m. Sat By Appointment
Veteran of W.W. 2; Bricklayers 4 Wednesday morning at ll:00a.m.: Mrs. Ida Pauline Frey 76. of
Masons Local No.2 of Jacksonville; the Church of God In Lake Butler Thereaas, died Wednesday, Aug. 8,
retired Brlckmason, Rivervlew with Rev. Alvin Lane officiating. 1990 In Bradford Hospital, Starke
Lodge No. 306, F. &A. M., Jacksonville Burial was in Newnansville following an extended illness. Born
; Scottish Rite Bodies; Morocco Cemetery under the direction of Ar- in Coulee,N.D., un Feb. 13, 1914,she ALFE1ORIZEDCLEARANCE
Temple both of Jacksonville. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. moved to Theressa in 1973 from

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