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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 23, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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August. About eight inches are considered normal for the month.
A complex frontal system is wending its way Into the southeast, MOTION I! II ,....
bringing showers and thundershowers in advance of the front. sun.hln.Indu.Nt..l.bs
Cloudy to partly cloudy skies will hold the temperatures down into Olm ..........'."
the 80s for most of the weekend.more rain Is forecast throughout I Newt Short.........,.

the region. Copalgn Trails,.. .?_.?......7.ltI..
No activity is noted In the tropical areas of the Atlantic Ocean nostorms Cloulfloa1 Adi... ..".. ..'.'1
are brewing this time. .Obituaries... |)t
Sunrise this morning Thursday August 23, was at 7:02: and
sunset is at 8:02..making the day an even 13 hours in length. SECTION Ct Sin Po...
Tides at St. Augustine will be high at noon Friday, 12:45: p.m., Football Schedule..1C The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
SatU1'dayaDd around 1:20 p.m. Sunday. School Belli Ring. ...2-4C 111th Year 8TARKU.FLORIDA Ja: Cents topy
:: 6th Issue Thursday,August 23: 1990 CSPS 062-700



7'\' Worth, Grand Jury Cautions Sheriff About Using Too Much Force at JailExcessive I


1 'use of force at 'the Bradford additional guards be on duty during the night a second time, until"November'" to allow time "use,, of tone" incident. This is in direct viola-
oting County Jail could not be verified but the shift; that all Inmates Involved In a use of for two other inquiries involving the sheriff's tion of the Rules of the Department of Correc I
Sheriff's Department was cautioned against force Incident be examined by a medical person office. The investigation of the investigationof tions."
using excessive force in a grand jury report following the incident and increase ailbudget the Meghan Renaud murder and sexual "The Sheriff's Budget for Medical Ex-
issued Aug. 17."Although for Medical Expenses be to harrassment of female employees at the jail penses at the jail is$26,000 for the year ending
Pop Warn.r Football... there appears to have been some allow for such examinations. The Honorable by a co-worker are expected to be reviewedby September 30, and $21,000 was expended by
Sign'ups for Pop Warner Football Incidents of excessive force, there are conflicting -' Kenneth Etheridge,Sheriff of Bradford County the extended grand jury. May, 1990.
are being conducted witness statements concerning these acts Is encouraged and requested to follow the Points presented I in theliiry'report include "There appears to be an attitude among
practice and therefore cannot be verified the .aforesaid recommendations." some Sheriff's Office Corrections Officers
,
they
there is
every night Monday thru Friday "At times during the night shift only
grand jury report statd. and Deputies, that tends to legitimize the use
from 5:30 to second
7:30 at the one guard on duty in the jail and a
fairgrounds. Children p.m.7-13 old The report of the extended grand jury The Fall Term of the grand jury for 1969 guard in the annex." of excessive force. Sheriff Etheridge should ,
may participate. years recommends that"all jail personnel be train- was extended 90 days to investigate the make every effort to change this attitude to '
Signups until
AugChtl.sN.Ison ust 31. open ed In the proper use of physical force and allegations of excessive use of force at the Medical examinations were not always ensure that no one is the victim of the ex-
when It should be utilized and that at least. two jail. That same grand jury has been extended ordered where an inmate was involved in a cessive use of force.

D.bat....

.Upcoming debates between

didates Lawton for Chiles the and Democratic Bill Nelson nomina can- "'1IIF-: .1 n r--/! ( -f' .- City Board Rejects

\ Lion for Governor will be televised

Friday August 24, at 11:30 p.m on
channel 4, Jacksonvill, and Incinerator Bid
Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 9 p.m. from
West Palm Beach, on channel 7,
Jacksonville. Questions will be proposed
by the news media. < With Zoning RulesTeal

Gospel Sing...

The Keystone Heights Church of By Joe Cissya Sam Bassett, Ron Denmarkand
God is sponsoring a Gospel Sing 1 Staff Writer Chairperson Claire Capps.
Friday August jI, 7:30: p.m. at the
An incinerator to burn medical
a DER Censured...
Lions Club SW PeachSt.
Keystone on
5 ,hj r v and biological waste cannot be
;
"The The of Environmental -
of
Featuring Expressions Department
located in Starke's Industrial park,
Love" and locat talent, the benefit r rr decreed Regulation was highly criticizedby
P"I the Board of Adjustment
is the building fund..Refreshments. f. Brown Vincent Prothero, con-
15.Barring
Aug.
will be available. WelCO/lr s to Circuit sulting engineer with 35 years ex-
appeal
an in control work,
perience pollution
Chil> Not Coming... Court, the ruling ends the effort by and John Koogler, also a consulting
Thermo Enviromental Inc.
Systems,
Senator Lawton Chiles will not environmental engineer."It .
to build an incinerator In Starke's In-
would be nice to follow the ad-
25 in
appear Saturday, Aug. dustrial park.
vice of the defense council and relyon
Jacksonville. previously an- A 'pathological wasteIncinerator"
nounced. The Chiles campaign will 4. DER to protect the residents of
rRC is not a permissible
Starke from toxic emissions. Unfortunately -
be in South Florida as much as operation in an M (light Industrial) "
possible in the closing days of the zoning classification, the city board we cannot do that, at-
Brown told the board. "DER
campaign, according to local Chiles 4 said, overturning a ruling of the city torney
handled this
has not -
Campaign supporter Bill Dowling. zoning director that said a"crematorium" .properly' application

r is permissible. The "DER did not consider dioxins and
city, represented by its attorney furans," said Prothero. Both are
Cherl.ad.rs... Terence Brown,and Brown as an individual causing contained in
cancer agents
Pop Warner Cheerleaders have appealed the original rul- gases: emitted from stacks of In-
to the Starke Board of Adjust-
scheduled a bake sale Saturday, ing cinerators.The .
Aug. 25 at Winn-Dixie and War ment. facility "will violate perforsee -
.
The vote was unanimous by the
Mart and car wash at the Come
to ..' munlty State Bank parking>> lot,'10" four board members present: Ken ( Incinerator...P.SA)

ale: .if:"" 4*p m; teeceedii to help-- rffir ..... .. ." ..< .. 'f' r
buy forthe girls.
pompoms I Brown lIe's
Optimistic
,American Legion.... photos by Mary Agnes FergusonBella Says

American officers Legion for the Post Post 314 and will Auxiliary install No Appeal to be Filed by TESThermo

; September 7, 8 p.m. at the Will Be Ringing...
Post Home. All members are asked Above SoaUulde Elementary Environmental Systems, Inc. may not appeal the adverse 4-0
to please attend. 1st Vice- + .u School unanimous decision of the Starke Board of Adjustment denying Thermo'sright
Kindergarten teacher Donna
SyrF to operate a crematorium/incinerator in the City's Industrial Park on
Commander Carl Halle", AdjutantLeon Brewer decorate her clawroom for Highway 100 South.

Thomas.M her Incoming das*, City Attorney Terence Brown confirmed Tuesday that he and Edward

Bu .*tlng.... Right Sheen Renee Coetzman, S, Savitz of Tampa, Thermo's legal counsel, are presently negotiating the wor-
take the school readiness screening ding of the final order of the Board of Adjustment,overturning an earlier rulIng -
The first of two public bearings test for the SSES kindergarten by Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal that would have permitted Thermo to
on the $7.3 million tenative budget operate a proposed crematorium/biological waste incinerator under the In-
for Bradford County is scheduledfor program.Buses roll dustrial Park s light industrial zoning classification Brown expressed op-
Tuesday, August 28,7:30 p.m. Monday. kicking off the timism Tuesday that Thermo will not take an appeal to Circuit Court after
at the commission meeting room In 180-fey 1990 91 school term. Seepage negotiations are completed.
the courthouse. The budget, as 2C for more Information on During the hearing Savitz frequently denied and objected to Brown's use
presented, includes a 1.7 mil In- Bradford County Mhoob. of the words "deceit' and "fraud" In describing Thermo's initial presentation -
crease In milage rates. of its Intent to operate a crematorium for human remains only. O'Neal
said he acted after conversations with Thermo officials that gave this Im-
"Anything Go.. ... pression. Robert V. Lee,Thermo president,denied misrepresenting the cor-
A Cole Porter musical comedy by poration's intent in any conversations with Starke officials.
the Community Players will con- : Brown said he had been unable to contact Savitz, who is on vacation until
tinue Friday, August 24 and Satur- September 1, and consequently could not prepare the formal order in time
dayAug. 25, at the Woman's Club., for the Board of Adjustment's next meeting on August 30.
Dinner is at 6:30 with performances '
at 8 Buffet dinner will
p.m.

Gourmet.be catered Tickets by Dexter's$12.50.Cafe; Sheriff Wins 16th Employee,, Will Keep Jail .


BMS Orientation... ... eI ...
Orientation for neW students at Winning an additional employee said Clerk Norman as commis- hired someone to run the jail, the creases of 3 to 5 percent per year, to need to be established"at the jail.
Bradford Middle School set for plus a bonus of a new car and a sioners pressed.. sheriff asked. bring them up somewhere close to "Now, you talking, said Sheriff
Thursday, August 23 at 7 p.m. in rebuilt engine on another car, the "Is this predicated upon the basis The board couldn't tie up the new Department of Correctional Etheridge. travel
the Middle School cafeteria. All sheriff will continue to operate the that the sheriff won't appeal his en- jail administrator's hands, pointedout employees."I'm Another long discussion said on deputies
parents and students are Invited. county jail. tire budget to Tallahassee," County Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr. ensured. Etheridge
An earnest-talking Sheriff Ken- Attorney Bill Bessent asked. The "I'm concerned about that afraid you-all took over the have had to travel/to Ft.Lauderdaleand
Th.rssa Rally... neth Etheridge stuck to his guns and because I've got some good people jail, some employees would quit," Chattahoochee to fetch inmatesfor
got a 5-0 vote from the commission affirmative-'Passing working down there," said Sheriff Etheridge said. He noted one lady psychological examinations
A fish fry and political rally .la set Monday night,Aug. 20. The sheriff's out copies of the grand Etheridge. "Somebody else mightdo worked 18 straight days, without a ordered by attorneys.
for 5:30 p.m. Saturday Aug. 25 at appearance and resulting agree- jury report on excessive use of forceon a better job but It will cost the Commissioners "Anyway, this has"been a more
the Theressa Community Center. ment ends a month-long threat to Inmates at the jail Sheriff board more money," said Sheriff suggested the productive meeting, said Sheriff
Dinners: $3.50. Sponsor:'Theressa give the jail to the comm&son unlesshe Etheridge asked commissioners if Etheridge. Sheriffs Department could have In- Etheridge. "I thiyou've got the
Volunteer Fire Department. got another employee. they saw the report called for two Etheridge asked "I want to know mates transported on a Departmentof scoop."
Hampton Rally... 'Whew!" said Commissioner Joe new jail employees. "I'm only asking tonight. Do you-all want to run the Corrections bus. But Chief DeputyPat $21,000 was added to the jail
Riddlck breathing sigh of said. Henry said there Is no com- budget,$14,500 for the employee plus
a huge for one, the sheriff jail, or want the sheriff to run it?
added
I The city of Hampton cordially Invites relief."I feel like a 200-pound weight "Kenny, I have never said I want munications between DOC and the benefits. $14,500 was to the
all candidates running for has been taken off my shoulders." Commissioners met twice, and- the jail back," said Reddick, Sheriff's Department. sheriff's office budget for the fundsin new
political office to attend a rally Riddick has contended another Jail Monday's session made three times, reiterating he'd give one employeeto Commissioner Ross Chandler sug- car. Etheridge said he'd find
Saturday Sept. 1.6 I p.m. at Hamp- employee will cost less than another making preparations to take over have the sheriff keep the jail. gested the sheriff might contract for the budget to rebuilt the car
ton City )Park. All candidates will. jail administrator. the Jail Oct. 1. They had an ordinance Etheridge noted he'd appealed medical personnel to come to the engine.,
have an opportunity to speak.. The sheriff, who earns $82,478, is prepared for advertising. A three times for one more employee, jail. That is what other counties do, After talking to a few people,and
Refreshments, country and paid to run the jail. Let him run it, search was on for a jail ad- the 16th, to haul prisoners to the doc- said Chandler. seeing what it would cost (to operatethe him the
bluegrass and gospel music will. said Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. ministrator. The board was talking tor, dentist, and for court hearings Chairman Carter again 'suggest new'jail), I move we give Wilbur
follow the rally.Upcoming.. The board agreed to Increase the of trying different methods, like first upon orders from the public holding hearings,especially first appearance $36,000, Commissioner seconded. The vote
sheriffs budget$36,000,pushing it to appearances by television,to cut jail defender or state attorney."I hearings, by television. Waters. Riddick
.,., the$800,000 level.Only hooker Is,the operation costs. mean that. I still mean that," And, commissioners discussed ask- was 50.Waters. of the Illness of
county budget is stretched tight,and But things changed Monday night said Sheriff Etheridge, slapping the ing judges to go to the jail, rather because and Commissioners I
Public meetings scheduled In the now Clerk Ray Norman will have to when a concerned Sheriff Etheridge desk for emphasis. than having inmates transported to his mother,
coming weeks are:. find another $36,000. "There are no asked If the commission would keep Plus, Etheridge said he'd like to tile courthouse. However, they said, Chandler, on vacation, missed the
Board The Bradford meets County School gold bricks, and you can quote me," long-term employes. Has the board see jail employees get salary In- some type of hearing room would two meetings last week. r
Monday, August 27, 7
at the District Office.
p.m.
The Bradford County Board of Political EndorsementsA '
Adjustment meets Tuesday; ,August 'Chamber Mulls Policy Prohibiting l' .

28 7 at City 1U11. .. .
The did not members asked the extent 01 meChamber's
of Governors
Bradford Consulssion The Board
has set the first County public hearing policy prohibiting endorsement'of 'not to endorse. any candidate'lorpublic Bradford candidates.County by national and vote on the policy at its Aug. 16 involvement. Chamber
any politician by the Starke- state Director Anita Rink got some calls
office. but the policy will probablybe
its budget for meeting,
on Tuesday, August "This will be done as equitably as
Bradford Chamber of Commercewas who think the chamber
28 7Jo: at the brought for a vote at the Sept. from persons
commission up
p.m. proposed Aug. 16 by the Board "In the Interest of our political possible with the available should not be Involved in political ac
meeting room in the courthouse.The of Governors.The system and voter education, the resources of the Starke/Bradford 20 meeting. after tivities. But Ms. Rink says the
Starke Zoning Board meets proposed policy states: Starke/Bradford Chamber of Com- Chamber of Commerce at the time The subject came up
Thursday,August 30,7 p.m; In City "The policy of the StarkeBradford merce will provide assistance In Informing the Information Is provided to us bythe Chamber officials set Some up the Chamber room at (See Endorse..P.2A)
Hall Chamber of Commerce will be the public about visits to spokesperson of the candidate.' the fairgrounds. ,
The City of Hampton has scheduled ..

Saturday primary Tuesday a political election Sept.September rally 1,for S at p.m.Bradford the 4 lithe City Park first. ., Zoning OK Denied Welding Shop in Rural Residential AreaIn .


County. The first primary in the City front of packed;eetf groom The. shop has been operating Rural to light Industrial, saying the, neighborhood, said Garrison. 'I said But there Garrison.is more to life than that,"
of Starke Is scheduled zoning shop was Inconsistent wtlh know It will change because I've
Tuesday with views divided Bradford commissioners without the property welding Another neighbor, Janice
September 11. Polls open at 7 a.m. upheld their Zoning .classification for the past two years. the county land use plan. seen It in ther places. Put it for
and will close at 7 p.m. Board in a 5-0 vote In denying zoning Harold T. Wadsworth was cited for David Garrison,a neighbor with a somewhere" already zoned for In- Crawford reclassification, speaking said the welding zoning

for a welding shop In a rural residen- zoning violation after neighbors i petition bearing 80 names said "we dustry, he said. shop Is no louder than a house full of
tial area'near the Primitive Baptist complained. The Bradford Zoning live In the country because we enjoy
(See Worth Noting..p4A. i Church in the NW part of the county Board denied the a classification country living." A welding shop "I know that some people are In- (See Wcldillg..P.2A)
'r Just off Morgan Road (CR-233). change from agriculture, open would change the quietness of the terested In only one thing- money.




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City to Extend Water



Mains, Agree on


Firefighters Contract

,
9I
y Jo. Obey Other changes to.rules include aprovision
that if a holiday falls on afireman's
acr ItaN Writer day off, he will receive
Portions of Starke will get improved holiday pay,and if he is called to du-
water service improved
pressure
he will receive
a
ty in an emergency
of
aDd a more adequate supply
hours including
minimum of one pay, -
water due contract for water
to a
if .
main,Improvements awarded by the overtime, applicable.A
retroactive to October
raise,
5% pay
s Starke City Council at its regular
1.11 included In the contract.In .
meeting Tuesday August 21.
The contract was awarded to Other Matters...
Pipeline Contractors, a Starke company
headed by Ron Denmark, the Mayor Vernon Silcox said, referr
lowest bid being $117,092, for install- before the Board of
Ing 3,085 feet of 12 inch main, and Adjustment, "It made me feel real
8,665 feet of 8-inch main. good that we could be prepared so
New water mains will be Installed well. The appeal was handled In a
} in two areas of Stark the northwestarea businesslike and professional man-
west and south of the high ner."
school and an area behind the The City of Starke, through its attorney
hospital, Wilson Road and Laura Terence Brown, and Terence
Street. Brown as an individual, entered an
Starting at the city yard water appeal to the Board of Adjustment,

II ".,.-.. '. 'y '" ...;;; .!.11J'j.' .. b-4.. . . .. .... .. ... .. .. .. ......... ._'''n II 1 main mains on will Washington be IstaUed Avenue south ,down new contesting crematorium a ruling to be that built would in the allowa Industrial -

Orange Street to Adkins, East on Park. Brown, acting as city
Gallagher Visits Starke... Adkins to Lake South on Broadwayto attorney and on his own behalf,
Center Street to the elevated presented evidence that the planned
Ton Gallagher fiori...'.state treasurer,insurance conunlMtonen and fire marhMl,chats with Chamber Director Anita Mnk during a.......!. his water tower, and east on Pratt Incinerator was, in 'fact, to be a
honor Friday, Aug. 10, at the Bradford Family Restaurant. At Gallagher1. right..George Robert.a Mporter who introduced Gallagher to tile crowd and Street to Lake. pathological waste incinerator and
Steve Reagan, chairman the Republican Party of Bradford County. Robert Introduced Gallagher a*an official who doing the job for both braranooconpanle I Also, new lines will be run from not a crematorium, and so was not
*and tie__. Gallagher... toured the Bradford County courthouse and met worker tyhere before takingoff to Palatka on a n.Florida Water Street (SR-100) east on Laura permissible In the -1-1 coning
campaign .wto,. For more on Gallagher see tile B section. Street to Colley Road, south to classification. The board agreed
Wilson Road, east on Wilson Road to unanimously.A .
.. _: Martin Street,and on Parker Street, veteran, Otis McKinney, ap-
I from Powell Street to Call Street. pealed to the council to paw a
Work will start very soon,the only resolution asking that citizens tie
Starke Board of Adjustment Adopts Appeal ProceduresAny delay! forseen being the need for a yellow ribbons on mailboxes, doors,
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dredge and fill permit from DER to treesor whereever, In support of the
ruling by The chairperson'' Applicants for'Special Exceptions evidence;:the i Board: -shall vote t to:- In writing;listing the specific sectionof cross Alligator Creek on Laura troops being massed in Saudi Arabia
may be reversed by a majority of and/or Variances may present (1) continue the hearing for further state law, county ordinance or Street. and the mideast region.A .
the board in attendance, and staff sworn testimony witnesses or other study, (2)) approve the application, other provision of law which the ap- contract entered into by the city
shall keep the chairperson advisedof experts In support of his application. (3) approve the application with ex- plicant claims to have been violated, through affiliation with Florida
"matters relating to the duty,convenience Board members may cross examine ceptions as deemed necessary, or or the error, mistake, misconstrue Fireman's Contract... Gas Utility, a consortium of five
and comfort of the board". witnesses, and the Planning Zoning (4) deny the application. The applicant 1 tins or omission being appealed,and An agreement with the union Florida cities, will save about
and Building Department may also shall be informed that appealscan the relief or change being sought. representing firemen In the Starke $100,000 per year In natural gas purchases
No member shall be absent except present sworn testimony and be made to the Circuit Court, Fire Department is near completion according to Utilities Direc-
with the approval of the chairperson. witnesses, who may be cross ex- within 30 days of the order of the Limitations on debate, closing said attorney Terence Brown. tor Bill Weldon.
Three consecutive absences amined by the board or applicant.At Board of Adjustment. statements number of witnesses Whatever drug testing policy is "The only effect will be lower
shall be deemed a resignation and Appeals to the board from ad- cross examination and rebuttal willbe adopted by the city will be agreeablewith prices," Weldon stated. '"The
the city council will be so advised. the conclusion of all the ministrative sources shall be made announced by the chairperson. the union Brown said, in- customers of the city of Starke will
cluding random testing. receive the benefits.

HIWelding. ,
(from page lA)

music and doesn't smell-any worse Commissioners told Alvarez the making elevators and conveyors."I peaceful and quiet, said some, and For the Latest Back to School
than neighboring chicken farms. acre will have to be rezoned from have been In business here two one Industrial zone may open up a .
Several Wadsworth employeesand open rural agriculture to residentialfor years. Most of my work is off site" whole new avenue for other things to Information
his wife Martha also spoke up mobile homes. Got to the Zoning Wadsworth said, and he works in the happen. ,
for him. Board for an Aug. 28 hearing, then shop only during daytime hours during .
Mst. 4 Comn loner E.L. (Nook) the Commission will take up the case the week and not on weekends, Martha Wadsworth spoke In favorof Please See Our Special
Norman hold the Zoning at its Sept. 19 zoning meeting, Chair- he said. the zone change, saying that
Board, < J.r Joe 3iddick man Maxie Carter told Alvarez. nobody came to them to complain
seconded, ana the vote Wud 5-0 to, Mobile homes are widely used in Several residents in the area com- about the business In the two years Section Covering Bradford .
uphold the Zoning Board. the area north of Starke on the west plained of noise from the "welding they have been operating there and
side of US-301, and zoning board ap- shop" from early morning until late her two grandchildren have not been and Union Counties and
Buying Too Soon...? proval seems likely, Alvarez. was at night and on weekends, and light harmed it.can'tsee. .
by ." .. .. ....,.. .. .1.1' n.rv..r.... ,r, r' ., .rr, .
Arthur R. (Bobby) Alvarez asked told. from welding torches that mighfin-> "/ FrvSE 1ff
\commissioners: what he can do about. jure eyes of neighborhood children...,,'/wfYou! ; the & ,,(from t' I Kft'V'J.'ll'nnpr.1r.) 'iul ,JUJU:> jitl)i
*% lot he purchased4o place a mobile The WadVwb'rtir Siory... "My closest neighbor on the north*, i'weldingtoKbes>>. from,the(,road," ./ J1 Sf IIlr.1tJJb oj Mum
home on and later found is not zon- Harold T. Wadsworth, resident is Dolph Reddish and he Is not hereto she said.
ing for mobile homes. just south of the hardshell Baptist complain and on the south is a 20 The board denied the request on
Alvarez said he's being evicted Church on Morgan Road, requesteda acre field"\he explained,so how can the basis that spot zoning is not
from a trailer park and Is trying to zoning change for IVt acre from noise be affecting anyone, he asked. desirable and the I classification is
move onto the new lot across the open rural to industrial, to continue The reason for living In that not compatible with the residential I Need An Electrician?
road. operating a small fabricating shop, neighborhood is because it was neighborhood.
call DAN WAINWRIGHT
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I Endorse. .1 ., ; -36 Yn.Experience -All Types Electrical Work.i i
(from page 1A). ..7'82. 1 0"11"' Single fc 3 HUM Reasonably Priced Work

Chamber advertises itself as an action tempt to preserve and improve our terest of this community to make' of benefit to the entire community. J
agency designed to meet com- democratice system of governmentand state and area politicians feel The Chamber has had difficulty In
munity needs, and serve as a civic attain benefits for our community welcome Ms. Rink said. getting the event off the ground.
clearing house, information bureau, ," Ms. Rink said. Contacts with other Chambers
research and promotions medium Not to participate makes it dif- 301S Traffic Signal... show this is a normal occurance, Ms. PUBLIC NOTICEThe
and a businessman's spokesmmanon ficult for the Chamber to lobby The traffic signal on US-301S at Rink said.
legislative issues. legislators for things of local con- Deerfoot Village will be installed
"We contact legislators and at- cern, she said. It is in the best in- before the Christmas shopping' was told plans for the arts Town of Brooker is soliciting proposals to
season. Tony Brown of Walker,. festival set Oct. 27-28, are coming
Brown Property Inc.of Mobile,Ala.! along fine. prepare an Application for the State of Florida
1et.\ assured Ms. Rink Aug. 2.
voted to support Amendment No. Department of Community Affairs'Small Cities Block
Charles 3 proposed by the Florida League of
In other action, the Chamber
R Board Cities, Inc., a proposed constitu- Grant Program. Consultants must have a minimum of

T postponed"Showtime, a family- tional amendent requiring funding three (3) years experience in Community DevelopmentBlock
SCHAEFERCity oriented business fair, until it can be mechanisms for all programs pass-
sure of producing a first class show ed down to cities and counties. Grant application preparation. Proposals will be

Commission .' evaluated using the following criteria:

Group 5 NOW OPEN 1. Firms' experience in CDBG application

n 1990 preparation
September ,
Penonallntormation, Reynolds Aluminum 2. Finns' years experience with CDBG programs

Recycling CenterIn 3. Reasonableness of cost in application preparation .
.Bona Nonabv tU2T(Il,...old):in N.w York City
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Local Man ChosenTo
Marcia Coodg was dug by men working on the members and bring recommendations -
BCT Staff Writer water system and that it had been back to them.
Hampton's $350,000 water system there for three weeks.Councilmember The decision must be made quickly -
improvement project should be com- Jane Hall said however noted Lewis. Manage Wal-Mart
plete by the end of the month and an that there are other areas In town ytiY -
application for a second grant to where clean-up has not been done. Residents Wanting Water
water service west on Nevarre provide Mentioned by councllmembers and Must Put Up DepositAny Y Art Douglas was recently promoted opened the 103rd Street store in
Street to the city limits,Is already in spectators during the meeting were resident whose home Is now to store manager for the Jacksonville, which was the first
the works. piles of debris blocked ditches, a close to the extended water lines in Starke location of Wal Mart. Wal Mart store in Jacksonville. He
Project Engineer G. Preston missing culvert and numerous Hampton and who wants city water, Douglas grew up on Morgan Road then opened the Macclenny store for
Lewis of Clark Roumelis andAssociates holes. muat put up the $50 water depositor his parents are Ruth and Edward the chain. He had the opportunity to
told the council In a Lewis noted each complaint and b./ their lines will be hooked to Douglas. He is a 1966 graduate of transfer to Starke in December then
public bearing Tuesday Aug. 14, promised to take the matter up with the city water system. BHS. He served in the U.S. Navy for Robert Garrett was selected by the
that he was pushing the contractor the contractor. Chairman Thomas This particularly applies to those four years after high school.He chain to open a larger store in Eustls
to complete the project as soon as also stated that If a culvert Is In functional residents who have already expressed started his retail career with and Douglas took over the manage-
possible because this project must condition when the contractor to city employees or coun- the Carp's Dept. store chain in ment of the Starke store.
be completed before the removes it, then breaks during cilmembers desire to be Starke. He went through the
city appliesfor a on city
a second giant. removal so that it can't be used, the water. To Insure smoothest transi- management program with TG&Y Douglas and his wife.Kim, and
Mew rules governing Community city should not have to pay for Its tion, water deposits should bo paidas and was manager of the Macclennystore daughter, Ashley reside on Morgan I
Development Block Grant (CDBG) replacement. Lewis said he is in soon as possible. _IO'IIT-o: J for several years. He has been Road.He enjoys boating and fishingas
applications dictate that city or complete agreement with that and employed by the Wal Mart Corporation hobbies.
has an ongoing any project is. would look Into it. City Elections... Art Douglas for the past four years. He The next time you are in Wal
I Ineligible to apply during the upcoming Nat Wal-Mart Manager started in the Ptlntka store, later Mart, stop In and get aquainted.:
Paving to Be Done Hampton city elections are
grant cycle. scheduled for the second Tuesday
'The new grants will be up for consideration But Which Streets? September 11. Polls will be open

In October and the present Lewis also told the council that approximately from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and will be Association or call Linda spokesman has told County Clerk
project must be finished so that $10, .$12,000 would be located at City Hall. MoreWo Hlldebran-964-6800. If your name Ray Norman. No time table Is
there will be time to complete the left In the grant fund after the project The Mayor, Marshal and two was left out of the 'B' Book please available at this time.
lengthy and Involved application. is complete and asked that the council seats are up for renewal. let us know.Plans are for the new
Lewis read a letter written by city decide which streets they want Incumbent Mayor Lola Williamson -
and
th book to have more history pic- Art Festival...
Council Chairman Pete Thomas to
paved.The. is being opposed by Walden NotingBHS tures of our school and community.The .
grant officials requesting that grant money must be used for Wadsworth,who is vacating his seat Keystone Heights Is planning it's
Hampton be told whether not things which have already been on council to run for mayor. Class of 1970... BHS Alumni Association Is 13th annual Festival of the Lakes
their planned time schedule wouldbe okayed by the state and paving Marsha John Hodges is sponsoring a membership drive. Art Show, scheduled for Labor Day
in compliance with the somewhat three streets was in the original ap ed for the position of town Mans Festivities for the 20 year reunionof Join today. U your membership has week-end Saturday and Sunday
vauge new rules. The city plans to plication.The This will be his first full term as the BUS Class of 1970 is scheduled lapsed, renew today. Annual dues September 12.Applications.
complete the present project by the possibilities which wereoriginagiven Marshal. He Is currently completingthe for Friday and Saturday nights are$5. Send checks to Alumni
end of August and be ready to sub- priority are: 1) term of deposed Marshal Roy October 26-27. All graduates are Association,P.O. Box 1094, Starke are now being ac-
mit the application for the new grunt resurfacing Pine Si.west of Division Simmons. strongly urged to send in their 32091. Dale Brown, President. cepted from local artists for par-
by Sept. 5. The council has had no Ave. $7,268 for 1,580 cubic yards. 2) Two council seats are up for reservation forms and money to ticipation in the show. Contact per
reply to this letter as yet. resurfacing Central avenue south of reelection. Incumbents Ted Curtis Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help son, Karen McGlll, ph. 473-4807
The present project Is moving Nevarre St. $4,784 for 1,040 cubic and Walden Wadsworth terms ex- cover the costs of the reunion. 301 Light... Keystone Heights City Hall, 9 to 4
along well said Lewis. "All the yards. 3) resurfacing Division Ave. pire this year. Curtis has qualifiedfor Please send $40 per couple or$20 A traffic light on US-301 at the p.m. weekdays, or write P. O. Box
water lines have been laid and the south of Pine St. $5,060 for 1,100 a council seat but Wadsworthhas per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, Deerfoot Village shopping center 1132, K.H. ZIP 32656. Deadline for
tank is now being erected.All that Is cubic yards. qualified for the job of Mayor. RFD 8, Box 7641, Starke 32091. exit will be installed soon a DOT applications July 27th.
really left to do are the hookups he The council appointed Streets Other candidates for the two va- For additional Information, call
told'the council. Chairman June Haddock to work cant council seats are: Carro Cindy Futch, ph. 964-8953, or David \{ I II
When he asked(the council and the with city Maintenance Manager "Buck" McClellan, who was a can- Kirkland, ph. 4732372.
public if they had any concerns they Doug Williamson on deciding whichof didate last year and newcomers Ed-
wished to express, Councilmember these,or any other streets need to ward Saxon and Faye Mullins. BHS Alumni...
Ted Curtis said he was disappointedin be paved with the remaining funds. The two candidates receiving the BHS alumni are planning a
the clean-up being done. He said Haddock was instructed to Keep in most votes will be seated on the centennial celebration of Bradford {
there is a deep hole in his yard which close contact with the other council council. High School, which will be 100 )
years old in 1991. iPINEHURST
A new 'B' Book will be published.If .
I Settled in Road you have any pictures and an- 9b 4 SVARIETY
Nothing DisputeBy
nuals that you would like to donateor
loan to us, please send to Alumni
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Joe Cissy granted a tem- road. We have a new selection of Christmas prints for tablecloths,
leT Staff Writer porary Injunction to require that no The road has never been closed to Cox Christmas craft items,and to decorate T-shirts and sweat
After a hearing In the Judge's further actions be taken by any par- traffic and has bfeen maintained by Appliance I shirts.In .
chambers Monday. July 30, InvolvIng ty to further aggravate the situation Bradford County over the years, & our craft department,we have the Mop Head Dolls and
property lines logs placed untO the circuit court renders a verdict some say. Air Conditioning everything to make your own doll.We also have in a new
on the requested injunctions.In
alongside a roadway and a fence on Users of the vacated road. In- Service assortment of paints,shimmering pearls to paint your t-shirts
the other side of the roadway the cluding school buses are restricted I and sweat shirts.We have large selection of sizes and colors'
dispute remains unsolved but somewhat the fence and of T shirts.
by
the meantime Bill Bessent. logs.
have cooled awaiting a final
tempers
Bradford behalf of the .T
Bradford County attorney andAnderson County on
court decision Bradford
on a petition by
County. E. Hatfield, attorney for general public, Is asking the court to
determine the line, give We Do Alterations.
boundary a \
Bradford filed in Circuit
CounZct: prescriptive easement to cross the.'prope" .
y Court, a dvlto*'
I I determine the or'Oie'lIUblic (tte : rr'I!'I a determln&the boundaries fl alterations between.
ment to rights h 4Gf"'the'toed and-.tab1lalw'tie'rllhts '.. (tBringin or pick-up your ,
()Brunetti plaintiff)(to county certain) and vacated defendant "Nobody. Is shouting at each of the public at large to access 7am'- 8pm Mon.-Sat:;Sun.:'9am=.-6J'm.'' "

streets In Hampton Park subdivi other.; Bessent said, a fair and through the property.The i 4
sion. equitable solution is being sought Come in and get your change for the
and for defendant, Brunettl claims
--- calmly peacefully
Pinehurst laundromat next door and
everybody. there is a shorter route to the your
Current claimants of the vacated "landlocked property", his fence is last minute items. Bread,Milk,and Cold
roads, Michael and Claire Brunettl not In the road and does not impede
BHS Alumni... Drinks. For convenience the
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claim title according to deed from traffic, the road has not been main- your
The High School Alumni Association the previous owner when they tained by the county through his property Joe Cox.your for friendly repairman.Call laundromat is open 24 hours a day 7 days a
him today appliance repair.'Sendee
scheduled its first meeting therefore the has no any ,I
has bought the property in 1977. The county week.
of the season, Tuesday -ug.28 at roads were vacated by Bradford claim to a right-of-way. &Repair on:
the Western Steer Steakhouse. A County to the previous owner by quit .All Major/ Appliances
dutch treat dinner at 6 p.m. with claim deed dated October 19M. Dowling,on the other hand claims e Air Conditioning. Refrigeration.
meeting 7. We urge all alumni Brunettl has built a fence he says ,Brunetti has violated the court order .Electrical Hwy. 100 S. Across fromSouthside Elementary
and friends to come to this meetingand is 30 feet from the edge of his property by moving the logs placed by Dowl-
help get the 1991 centennial the outside edge of the vacated ing, removing a wire fence from W.
reunion organized. Your help Is road. An adjacent landowner around an oak tree pulling up Lie liRA 0046994 ER 0007578 _
needed and will be appreciated. Bessie Downing claims the line is flowers with It and piling trash In
center of the vacated road, and has Dowling's yard and driveway.
placed logs on his side of the vacated

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with Saddam's IraqIs
Dealing Charges that Gov. Bob Martinez has r-
not followed through with his en- + z
Granada vironmental promises concerning the
No Panama or Suwannee River in South Georgia and
North Florida were made last week byJ.
Frank Sedmera, president of the

Saddam Hussein be the devil in- The trouble is, there is no chance that Four Rivers Audubon Society. '

carnate but he ,is may still a diabolically Saddam will be overthrown by his people, Bradford County does not border on : A
have to most of whom regard him as a god. He the Suwannee, but is considered part
clever cookie, and one we yet of the Suwannee River basin since New
figure out how to deal with. He marchesto has promoted a personality cult to pro- River, the dividing line between Brad-
a different drummer than most leadersof tect his regime by'portraying himself as ford and Union Counties is a tributary rV
civilized nations around the world. the true Heir to Nebuchadnezzar, the of Santa Fe River which in turn feeds

Political analysts familiar with Iraq say ruler of ancient Babylon when it con- into the Suwannee. .SKI / ?

he knows that his own safety depends on quered the Jewish kingdom of Judah. Sedmera charges that despite the
whether he backs down in the present Furthermore, when Iraq invaded Iran in credit that Martinez has taken for appointing -
other 1980 resulting in a devastating eightyearwar a Special Task Force for _
confrontation with the U.S. and op- preservation of the Suwannee, the
posing nations, or continues his escala- Saddam began casting himself as Governor has actually presided over
tion of the war. the chief stategist of the Arab world, more degradation of the Suwannee than 1 1l
leading it in battle against outside any other Governor to date. l
It is believed that Saddam can rely on enemies. / u
In a prepared statement Sedmera r
the support of his ideologically motivated said that since Martinez made his
as he is in clear This personal glorification has made .
military machine as long political appointments to the Florida
confrontation with the West. But if he any kind of military or political coup Department of Environmental Regulation 1

retreats, he will lose that support as wellas against him virtually impossible in his the agency has:

the support of his people, and will be own country. By appealing to the need to Granted permits for the complete 1,

fair game for assassination.How protect the country against its enemies, destruction of 6.9 miles of tributaries to
and ruthless suppression of any opposi- the Suwannee.
do you deal with a man that is tion to his rule, he has melded Iraq's once Authorized replacement of these

motivated by Arabic ideology i? The same hostile ethnic and religious groups into a tributaries with ditches that are not re-
way you deal with the latollah of Iran. solid base of support. quired by permits to function like the \
You don't. That is what has placed the tributaries destroyed. -
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U.S. in its present untenable position-a And so, the present U.S. intervention ina Granted permits for destruction of : ;p;ht

position further complicated by Iraq's foreign country will not be another 612 acres of wetlands having many
holding as hostages thousands of "quickie" like Granada or Panama, of functions vital to the Suwannee.

American, British, and civilians of other which most Americans seemed to ap- Authorized replacement of these 'U ?
nations. prove. It is more apt to become a long, wetlands with man-made wetlands that
drawn-out confrontation in the pattern of do not function like natural wetlands in
History of the Mid-East tells us that the any measureable degree.
Vietnam of which most Americans did
dredge in state waters are required to
of Nations created Iraq by carv- Sedmera declares that previous
League of
Delayed the implementation
not do so in a quasi-legal that requiresthe
approve. way Florida
ing its territory (about the size of Califor- regulations needed to confirm the services of a lawyer. .. Governors:
nia) out of the ancient Ottoman Empire This is the "irresistible force meets im- Outstanding Florida Water status of the Never allowed destruction of
According to Sedmera, the public has Suwannee tributaries.
movable situation that President Suwannee.
after World Was I. Since then, all but one object" only 14 calendar days to secure descrip-
of Iraq's rulers have been overthrown by Bush is now pondering while on vacationat Drastically reduced the number of tions of proposed permits, review them .Made every effort to insure that
his Maine home. It is much people who take and analyze water hearings were granted and did not require -
assassination, or have died in violent ac- summer (without necessary maps, engineering citizens to employ the services of
cidents. more complex than any one-on-one war in samples to provide Florida with drawings and other visuals), and file lawyer at those hearings.
valuable scientific Information about a
their challenges,while DER sometimes
which we have neen involved. It embroilsnot
arises-is there Florida waters. takes detailed Sedmera charges that in four short
The question naturally of Middle over 600 days requires
the Arabic nations the
only and and Martinez has authorized much
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engineering drawings
to oust Saddam except through maps years
way that Martinet
any East but other nations around the Sedmera also charged
many numerous conferences before making a more degradation of the Suwannee than
violence? It's a tough-if not impossible- world. has declined to require that actions by decision. all other Florida governors. "His DER
to his DER appointees be consistent with
question answer. have adopted hostile
appointees a
What price oil? his Suwannee promises even when Permit holders can also request proach to having public input into agen-ap-
before in at time beforeor
repeatedly asked to do so per- changes permits any
action, and his actions have more
mits are actually issued. Also that per- after Issuance of a permit,and not be cy than nullified his of
have meaningful com- held to strict time table like other pronouncements
sons wanting to a "
I for the Suwannee Sedmera
concern ,
Dependence on Arabic Oil ments on proposed permits to pollute or citizens. added. .

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Could Have Been PreventedIt


Lake Resources Set for Keystone Aug. 29 \ I
is ironical that more than a billion Under President Carter's administration Workshop on ,

dollars has already been spent just to federal funding for research and

move troops and munitions into positionto development in solar energy increased .. ... .. .. ... I
approximately 50 percent. These gains ..,,,....... .
"defend Saudi :Arabia from Iraq inva- The Florida (LakerManagements,.., rir .r ,"iSl.John's River Water Management i! 1
sion. That same 'amount"'of money, if were completely wiped out in Reagan'sfirst SocietY' (FLMS.anon-profit> District and 'representatives from I
spent on development of alternative term, with further cuts continuing organization dedicated to the con- selected Industries in the region.The
sources of in the Reagan/Bush ad- through his second term. It was during servation and wise management of "* workshop will focus on a broad
ministrations energy have made the U.S. this period that the Solar Energy plant at the state's lake resources, will spon- A:. range of topics dealing with the protection I t
might ,
workshop Florida Lake and preservation of lakes in
sor a on !
forced to close after
Hampton was a
independent from Iraqui oil, thus promising Ecology on Wednesday,August 29th, L" the region, including stormwater
avoiding a war that now seems possible.If beginning. beginning at 7:00: PM in the City management, water quality and
Council Meeting Room, City Hall, in .. aquatic habitat preservation.
Solar energy in the 1980's was on the i
"defending" Saudi Arabia in just the Keystone Heights. This workshop is : Special consideration will be givento
:irst few weeks cost billion verge of becoming a viable, largescalesource .. the
over a being funded primarily through a .. .. regional lowering of lake
will of electricity. Had it been ...,. ... '., ( levels In the
:lollars, what be the astronomicalost federal Clean Lakes Program grant Dt: Keystone region and
: if we actually get into a war over oil? developed it would not only have decreased from the U.S. Environmental Protection ,. comparisons will be made to similar
our dependence on oil, but would also Agency through the Florida !. I studies conducted on regional 1
If part of the billions now being spent on have improved the air pollution that is Department of Environmental ... : ...",,,,, "drawdown" of lakes in the central
Regulation. : part of the state.Persons who attend '
:nilitary action had been spent on .
now threatening the lives of thousands of the
t workshop will be encouraged to ,
:leveloping alternate sources of energy in Americans in our major cities. Solar Members of the FLMS, along with ask questions about the FLMS or
:he 1980's we might already be indepen- energy would have been a means of representatives from state and about Florida's lakes and will be I
:dent of oil from Iraq and Kuwait. But reducing these toxic emissions caused by regional environmental agencies provided with the opportunity to
Presidents Reagan and Bush, because of the burning of fossil fuels. will discuss aspects of Florida Lake speak with a variety of lake and I
their close ties to the oil industry, did not ecology and hydrology. Fisheries water resource management profes-
biologists from the regional office of ProtectOur sionals.
When George Bush was elected to suc-
want from alternate
competition energy the Florida Game and Fresh Water
ceed Reagan the hope was expressed that For
sources. Fish Commission will discuss fish additional information, In-I ,
he would assume a leadership role in the management activities in the terested persons may call
Two areas that could have made us independent search for alternate sources of energy, Keystone region. Other potential Lakes Coleman (813-956-3771) or Rob Matt- .
: of foreign oil were enhancedfuel but instead of that the U.S. Energy speakers include scientists with the son ((904-755-0417)).

efficiency standards for automobiles Department has become a nonentity

(which could be increased to 50 miles per agency that is doing nothing to relieveour

gallon), and governmental support for dependence on foreigh oil i hence the .

solar energy Technology. Both of these deplorable situation in which we are now
areas have been treated abysmally by embroiled and which could
easily :
the Reagan and Bush administrations. escalate into a shooting war. SFCC Student Letters to the Editor I


Orientation Set
Voice of the PeopleThe
I Much Yak About ProzacNow .

for.SaturdayThe cost of running Bradford County mission. His hard work and management
Is growing every year and some of us ability have resulted in saving the
that Lawton Chiles' medical and oft-repeated Items revealed In are paying more than our fair share of County many tax dollars and at the
the bill. Property taxes on Lake Santa same time given
Santa Fe Community College will us excellent service
records have been made public, the Nelson commercials concerning begin its fait term Student Orientation .Fe and Hampton Lake have increasedin and representation.
voters, who have presumably been Chiles' use of Prozac, an anti- program Saturday, Aug. 25. from 10 one year by as much as seven times Harold Hill
waiting with bated breath to hear the depressant, following his heart a.m. to 1:00: p.m. on the Gainesville what they were In 1988. Our Tax Santa Fe Lake
worst, learned little more .than they surgery in 1985, when he suffered some campus. Over 12,000 students are expected Assessor said, that he alone was .
already knew. feelings of depression and malaise.Prazak. to attend the Orientation while responsible for the increase due to the Remember The Date. :
live entertainment and eating reassessment of property at market
enjoying Tuesday 28
Aug.
the and apparentlymost
Among Is the'newest
earth-shaking
value.
good food in Building V (the gym) of For
disclosures, made at the Insistence of effective treatment prescribedby SFCC's campus. Nearly half of Bradford County Budget<< MeetingThe

Chiles' opponent for the governorship doctors for persons with insomniaand Students will receive Information to residents pay no property taxes and no purpose of this letter I Is twofold.
Bill Nelson, were the information that: other complaints resulting from help them make good chouces of school taxes.This Is unfair to those who < First to remind the voters of Bradford
do taxes and have to the
1. Chiles Is sensitive to wasp stings. depression for any cause. courses and avoid mistakes. They will whole pay load. carry 1 County that the primary election is
2. Chiles that the Chiles also meet key college officials, including | coming soon and we, the "Concerned
fell I
through a plate glass Perhaps, now County Commissioner Joe RIddick I Citizens of Bradford County", would
window In 1985 and cut his face and medical reports are out of the way, he Larry Tyree, Santa Fe presi- over a year ago joined Lee County in like to remind you that the majority of
dent Dr. Robert Wheless,dean for Student -
hand. debate less sub- ; distributing forms to Taxpayers of four the
right and Nelson can boring Dr. Dan present Incumbents voted YES for
3. Chiles woke up one morning feel- jects In their next two debates scheduled dean Development for Vo-Tech; Education McKlnnon.; and counties Homes" in support that of "The is designed Save Our'to the last Special Tax Assessment for the

Ing a numbness In his fingers and toes, for Friday, Aug. 24 on Channel 4, others. hold taxes program down to no more than three tail has and not emergency been levied services the citizens which still of

which the doctor diagnosed. as a minor and Wednesday, Aug. 29, on Channel 7. Most programs and activities will percent per year. Everyone should Join Bradford County.We on
nerve Impingement. Forget your symptoms, fellows also be represented by staff and information Commissioner Riddick in this effort the concerned citizens, would
So much for the new and innocuous (Nelson reportedly suffers from regarding off-campus housingwill and maybe we could get tax rates under like to think perhaps our efforts at at-
about Chiles' with the be available. Students attendingthe control. tending Commissioners meetings and
disclosures health. hemorrhoids and on
get
Of ), Orientation will be eligible to win In addition, to find a way to get tax submitting a petition had something to
course, there are still the well-worn Issues. prizes such as T-shirts, coupons gift relief for the citizens Bradford County. do with this.I .

certificates, and a VCR grand prize. Florida has Planning i I Well they are at it again! A meeting
All new SFCC students are invited to with the North Regional i, \Is scheduled for Tuesday,Aug.28.1990-
attend. For information call 395-5503. Council The Department of Environmentai at the courthouse to Include a discussion -
Cot, Regulation and the Tri- of a new "Special Tax
1879 County Group In working out a Assessment". This one will cover three
miliij New President Will reasonable waste disposal program and -items ..Jail emergency services, and .
pl1 upgrading all the county lIIndfilll. -
4pN Address Faculty volunteer fire departments. Yep, you -
The State the
required County to
heard
me right now they are going to
Retiring State Representative Sid
A TIVt upgrade landfills to comply with State try to tax us for volunteer organizations. -
Msrwts Martin will be honored, and new SFCCpresident
Regulations. These changes had to be Where will It end
O BOB O.FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER Larry Tyree will give his first made by the Board of County Commissioners With
4 .... Publishers 'state of the college" address at the an- and to head up that effort, Joe And respect to theprima Get Out
Vote (Remember who Incumbent
an
nual faculty planning day Friday,Aug.
I Riddick was selected by the other Is.) And, please make effort ot
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter 24. Board members who had considerable -
the Poit Office at Starke.Poriaa.; under Act of March 3. 1879. Martin,who Is stepping down after is knowledge of the program. attend the budget meeting at DM cour-
thouse the 28th. I'm the
on sure Commissioners -
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Phone 9646305P.O.Drawer Subscription Rat In Trad fna-116.00 perywcr.W.00 rt month ) years honored in ceremonies Legislature starting With the budget problems facing will be happy to see you.Robert .
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Births... .

Socunefffiings: BriUncc LeighAnn McGee 1

Mr. and Mrs. Robby McGee, of '1 'w r '
Starke, are proud to announce the 6 a, '
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birth of a daughter, Brittnee -
LelghAnn McGee born August 10, t L Y i
1990 In Shands Teaching Hospital,
Gainesville.She .
Ifems'Engagements r Y
: weighed 9 lb. and was 21 in. J +
long.Maternal $
grandparents are Mrs. / i t
Linda and the late Robert Johnson, w
Starke. Paternal'grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Bert McGee of Starke
Tereas Bassett Brenda Bawek and paternal great grandparents are
Hiram PadgettEngaged Donald Thornton, Jr. -- .- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman of
To Wed Lake City and Mrs. Mary McGee of ,, nLa a
Darla Ledford and Dale Prater.. Starke. M1 F
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bassett are Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bawek of set wedding for next May In

announcing the engagement and ap- Starke.announce the engagement of Cleveland, Tennessee.Ledford Patrick C. BusbysMaj. t
proaching marriage of their their daughter Brenda Bawek to
s
daughter, Teresa Kathleen all .and Mrs. Thomas (the
of Donald Thornton Jr.,son of Mr. and Busby 4 I Iry'
Starke, to Hiram Bryan Padgett son Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke. former Carol Bloodworth) announce 4
of Mr. and Mrs. L.. E. Oadgett, of Bride-elect graduated the Univer- Prater to MarryThe the birth of a son, Patrick Charles
Starke., sity of Florida and is employed by born July 3, 1990, at Red Bank, New
Teresa Is a 1990 graduate of Brad- the Gainesville Sun. The Fiance is Jersey. .
frod High School and Is currently employed by Jackson's BuUding Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Ledford Patrick wieghed 8 lb. 14 oz. and :
employed and a student at University Supply.The Cleveland, Tennessee, have an- was 21 Inches in length. lie joins two
Medical Center in Jacksonville as wedding is planned for nounced the engagement of their brothers; Tommy, 5, and John, 3. t l t tL
a X-Ray technician. November 23,1990 at Trinity Baptist daughter, Darls Jeannine, to Dale Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Bryan is a 1984 graduate of Bradford Church in Keystone Heights. Martin Prater, also of Cleveland. and Mrs. James F. Bloodworth.
High School and is cirrently Miss Ledford is the granddaughterof Paternal grandparents were the late
employed a R.G.C. Minerals in the late Mr. and Mrs. William A. Cmdr. and Mrs. Charles Busby.
Green Cove Springs. Samantha DuBose Ledford of Tulsa Oklahoma; Frank Brandon D. Ruise _
The wedding is planned for Moore of Blytheville, Arkansas and V .
November 17, 1990, at 6:00 i .m., in Larry Owen To Wed the late Charlene Moore, and the Deby and Glenda Johnson Rulse .
The Starke Church of God. late Cleve Tankersley.She are proud to announce the birth of a .f :; : Jvf
No local invitations are being sent. Samantha Diana DuBose of Lake Is the sister of Sharmin son, Brandon Deby Ruise, on July '. .\..
All friends and relatives are invited Butler daughter of Tony and Jessie Waters of Baltimore, Md., Joel Led- 24, 1990. He was born at North ; : I
to attend. Geiger of Keystone Heights and ford of Raleigh, N.C., and Randy Florida Regional HospitalWoman'sCenter ,irJ. '
Melvin (Larry) Owen son of Rev. Ledford of Cleveland Tenn. ,Gainesville. He weighed 6 Ib. -"" -, #: .
'''''''''' ,- Melvin J. and Laura Owen all of a 1983 graduate of Bradley Central 13 oz. ,, .... .1f ..(' .
.... ..-.lillllWl.(1IIJDfX' -'" "!,----. -.. Olustee are to wed August 25. High School in Cleveland; Miss Led- Maternal grandparents are Mrs. }ttt" :;''
-- The wedding will be an event of ford Is employed with the Bradley Evelyn Banks and Mr. and Mrs. .. '
was given for MisiVicL August 25, at 6 p.m. in Olustee Baptist County Sheriff's Department in Johnny Johnson of Starke. Maternal .
bride elect of ,, xi* Church. A reception will followin Cleveland as a medical secretary.She great grandmother Is Mrs. Glennis ,
Mr. Gordon Smith, on the Hall. Solomon. ,4c;
August 16th at Fellowship is a member of the North
the
bara Reddish. home of Mrs.' Bar No formal invitations are being Cleveland Church of God. Paternal grandparent is Mr.
the Other hostesses-for sent but all friends and relatives are Mr. Prater is the son of Mr. and Charles Ruise Sr. of Sanderson and _
DempseyTMrs.evening were Miss Tammy cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Kenneth Prater of Cleveland, paternal great grandmother is Mrs. --

Miss Stacey ReddIah.ybU Dempsey andUpon Tenn.. He Is the grandson of the late Lettie Ruise also of Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thornton I
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Prater, and Mrs.
was
arriving, Vickie
seated Mrs. W. Wainwright Esther G. Martin of Starke Fl, and
athsr naron Kay Thomas daughter of
adorned with a bouquet 01 Joshua L. ReddingRobin were Terry Thornton and David
Celebrates 75th the late Walter E. Martin. Hi is the
pink h J oas; Jaqre McKinney. Maid of Honor was Bar-
brother of the late Denis T. Prater Redding Lawtey and Chris Starke married 4
arrangement fresh i Wilma S. Wainwright will be was August 1990 bara Thomas.
roses
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Sr. of Calhoun, Georgia.A Redding of Starke are proud to an- to Marvin
decorated the remaining party celebrating her 75th birthday at her Lesley Thornton son of Sharon's dress was a white with
1983 graduate of Calhoun High nounce the birth of a son,Joshua Lee
Mr. and
rooms. home on CR 225 Lawtey, on Satur- Mrs. Marvin Thornton of satin and lace full
length and
School of Calhoun, Georgia. He is a Redding Aug. 14, 1990 in Shands Raiford. gown
After Vickie at Her fami-
opened her gifts, day, August 25 3:00: pm. her flowers were pink and white car-
member of the North Cleveland Hospital, Gainesville. He weighed 7 The at the Church of
guests were invited Into the dining ly invites all her friends and wedding was nations.She also wore a long lace
room where refreshments relatives ot join them for Church of God. lb. 3 oz. and was 191/2 In in length. Christ in Starke with Rev. John
were The couple will wed In Lee College Maternal grandparents are Mor- Futrell veil.Her
rved.. The hostess** presented refreshments and in wishing her a attendants were Rebecca
Alumni Parker gazebo on May 18, ris Carter Jr of Starke and the late
Vickie several pieces of her chosen Happy Birthday. The church alter was decoratedwith Stowe and Kim who
monognuned crystal. 1991. all relatives and friends are in- Betty Jane Martin of Lawtey. Pater- a brass arch with pink and satin McKinney wore
pink tea length dresses.Flower
vited. nal grandparents are Arthur and white carnations and on each side Heather Sellers and
girl
was ring
Minnie Redding of Lawtey. brass stand with of
I was a a bouquet bearer was John McKinney Jr.
flowers. The family pews were the reception was held at the
decorated with pind and white satin Church Fellowship Hall with the
Church News'i I bows entwined with and white
I pink
I brides table decorated with a three-
Gospel Mission on S.R.100 at New
did not come true until after Russell carnations.
I River tiered wedding cake with a bride and
Green passed away in June of 1989. on Wednesday August 29 thru Soloist was Marie Thomas. Two
groom on top. crystal punch
the 31st. Rev. Willie Crews of The bride
in
through the contributions of was given marriageby
Bowls were on each side of the cake
i T members of the church friends and Jacksonville will be the speaker. her father Wesley Thomas. Best and two silver candle holders.
family members, this sign was Everyone is invited and there will man was John Stewart and ushers
erected and dedicated in memory of be a old fashioned home coming.. with

,, .." ...... Russell H. Green on July 22, 1990. lunch. -- .Si'n'gl4. : :'
(fill 11 .it:..JJ.. The1"'Southern'Baptist' Convention i I 04 Sept. 2nd,there will be a special Gospel h ',1 L ., .I .T prnton.,Family.and .the. pres't
Logo! /'is'depicted ion- ther sign. The Singing with ,.Alvin GrilCis and I There'will be a:Gospel Sing Saturn sionsofLove. .., .
logo shows the world, a cross, and singers. The Rev. Hoke O'Berry day night August 25th at 7:00: p.m. The church is located 2 miles northof
the Bible. This represents the pastor. at the Pine Valley C. H. Church. Starke, down dirt road by Brad-
Southern Baptist commitment to Gethsemane Quartet The featured singers will be the ford Furniture Factory.
I share the good news of the Gospel to Presents Concert
all the world Also included in the Pine Level Bapt. Ch.
I seslgn of the sign is a lily represen- The Gethsemane Quartet of

ting Peace as requested by the fami- Greensboro, North Carolina will! be

lyThe New River Baptist Church Is featured in a special concert at Pine .JfJ.CE / DXKffE **(c"E / !DJfJCE1
I Level Church
Baptist on Saturday,
the second oldest existing Baptist Sept. 1st at 7:00: p.m. Serving Starve for over 59' arslCourtney's
church in the state of Florida: and The quartet has traveled widely

If now the members and Kussell's presenting concerts in churches and
family: are pleased to have this suditoriums throughout America.
beautiful sign, built by Ray Durban They are well known for their unique
f of Durban Memorials in Starke. gospel style.
(written by Rev. Cecil S. Turner Pastor Roman Alvarez and ScfiooC 'Dance
pastor) members of Pine Level invite of

everyone to attend this special ser- Home oftht 1990 Dance Olympus
vice. There will be no charge for the Grand Champions!
Revival concert.

I MuIIliu Family Singers Aug. 29th Pine Level Baptist Church is Will Begin Registration Aug. 24 ,
There will be a revival, a Full located 3 miles west of Starke on at the First Presbyterian Church
Tapes and books will be availableto Highway 100.
in Starke. 2-6 p.m. Classes will
Mullins Tour BeginsThe
purchase and a love offering will .
5.
Sept.
begin
be taken to help defray their ex-
1 Roger Mullins Family of pense.The. For More Information, Please Call 473-7757. Courtney
Hillsville, Virginia will begin their service will start promptly at Carter, Instructor
tour of singing in Florida this fall by 7:30: p.m. and is expected to last ap-
making its first appearance at the proximately two hours. David and
First Baptist Church of Lawtey on Kristie McNeill will be singing dur-
August 23, 1990.The church is ing the interlude and the Mullins
located on Adams Street the street family will sing twice.
that Is beside the Lawtey Elemen- Come join us for a real treat of S atria VfSf The Voice Of

tary School.three blocks off 301)) Gospel singing. Law


New River Bapt. EnforcementOfficers

'. Has New Sign

The New River Baptist Churchwas
;: School Menus established on July 17, 1833 andIs FLORIDA

Aug.27-31 going strong today. After one hun-
r dred and fifty-seven years the
Bradford Elem.&Middle School 'church has erected the first perma- PB A ENDORSESMANLY

MONDAY Hamburger on Bun. Lettuce .. nent sign. One of the deacons of the
Tomato French, Fries Peaches wmesl.auceCheesesnit Milk church Bro. Russell H. Green, Jr.,
TUESDAY Spaghetti
,salad Fruit Jello Cookie Hot Holla, Milk. had always wanted to have a sign
Joe Bun, Buttered with the church name. This dream BOON
Com, :rJ.Sl Cookie, tli'k'. .
THURSDAY Chicken on Bun,. Curly Fries Apple
Milk
L FRIDAY Sauce Plus Cabbage Slaw, Mixed V.....,
3. Cherry Cobbler Cake MUk. for
I. Bradford High School
t', MONDAY Plus,Curly Frlea,Green Beam,ice'l. Bradford County Commission
Cream Browntea. HELP MAKE *
TUESDAYS Hamburger k Gravy Mashed District #2
ZS Potato, Turnip Greene, Coconut Cake Cornbread -
". ,MUk.WEDNESDAY.
1'' Spaghetti w/meat .sauce.
,. Cheese SUx, Garden Salad, Fruit Crisp, Hut VOTEMANLY
Holla. ,
THURSDAY Barbecue on Bun, Buttered Corn,
10/L' peaches,Chocolate Cake Milk
,! FRIDAY Baked Beam, Corn Dog Cole Slaw

c I I. Fruit Cup,Cookle.Mllk.A-la-Carte STEVE FUTCHyour LiJ BOLl

MONDAY Hamburger French .Fries, Corn
Dog MUkahakea.
a< TUESDAYr Plaza, Corn Dog French
.. ........Milllahskee. '
.j' WEDNESDAY Cheeaburger Corn Dog French next
Frlea, MUkahakea.' 01THURSDAY ,.
2 : French \
O Fries, MUkahakeaFRIDAY Hamburger. Corndog Starke City CouncilmanDistrict We will ask our members. their friends and
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Plaza, French Fries, Corn Dogs( .
... 1 t.u t.o Mllkahakea. families -- and all citizens in your district who
Each day students' have a choice of a hot lunch, 1
.,/ salad .bar or a-la-carte. respect the strong and efficient enforcement of our y

laws, to cast their ballots in the upcoming electionin

J.-/ I Weddings e Portraits "Born and raised in Starke, support of Manly Bolin. .

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:.. \ will raise and Respectfully, '
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W l. 1 -m pa1&nTreu.'Dem. Charles W. Maddox

President.d
I' Pd. Pol.Adv. by Campaign Treasurer
Phone 964-8877
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mance standards of fumes, vapors, ing Director Darrell O'Neal certifiedas Bradford County Telegraph Its in- and deceit. president of T.E.S. Inc. "We reserve ,T.E.S., Inc., Brown said. There is,
gasses and obnoxious odors," Pro- being permissible in an I-t tent to grant a permit for a The plant being planned for the In- the right to incinerate other wastes however, references to a bio-
thero continued. classification (light Industrial) was "biological waste incinerator" that dustrial park Is a biohazardouswaste in case the economics of the opera- hazardous waste Incinerator and
Also,the wrong standard was used actually to be a "biohazardouswaste the real purpose for the permit cameto Incinerator to burn medical tion require it," he said. storage facility Radioactive
In estimating the amount of incinerator/ and so is not light. waste, Including hazardous medical The company failed to explain how medical wastes cannot be In-
hydrochloric acid that will be emit permissible in the light industrialzone. waste, and storage of hazardous cremating bodies at $80 to $90 each' cinerated; therefore, they must be
ted. Data for a wet scrubber was us- The Board Rules... wastes Including radioactive waste, could amortize an $800,000 to $1 stored until moved to a disposal
ed, but the application has been "I would not have Issued the letterof Claire Capps, chairperson of the Brown charged, and so, is not per- million plant with an annual payroll, facility.
changed to use a dry scrubber, according Board of Adjustment, maintains missible 'under the 1-1 zoning Of $400,000. The permit would also allow the
certification if I had known the In-
to Prothero. that Thermo Environmental classification. It would take up to 400 cremationsper incinerator to run 24 hours per day,
"Dioxin emissions are projectedto stallation was" to be more than a Systems, Inc. "was not fair with Savitz, attorney for T.E.S. main- month to break even, Prothero seven days per week 52 weeks per
be 100 times more than the per- crematorium, O'Neal testified. O'Neal. You should have come here tained that the intent of his client is stated. Actually, 400 times $90 times year at a capacity 01500 pounds of
of the Board of -
The
mitted standards according to air action Adjust- and explained what you were going for a crematory only. 12 months equals only$432,000,bare- waste per hour.
toxic guidelines" based on Florida ment in granting the appeal effectively to do,' she told Ed Savitz, attorney "My client intends to put in the CI- ly enough to meet payroll. The application Is prepared for
Air Toxic Permitting Strategy used prevents Thermo En- for T.E.S. ty of Starke the finest facililty that The zoning code does not address a "the worst case scenario'' said Bob
by DER, Brown stated. vironmental Systems, Inc. from Board member Ken Teal told can be built" he told the board. crematory, Brown said. And, accor- Baker, engineer for T.E.S. All
in the Industrial
"Incineration is a viable way to building the incinerator T.E.S., In voting to uphold the appeal "The Issue Is a crematory. O'Neal ding to the code, "a use that is not calculations for emissions are basedon
in
Park location the
dispose of wastes, even hazardous or any "You have not operated in Is correct the light Industrial zone specifically permitted herein, or medical waste incineration
wastes," said Koogler. Ash, carbon City of Starke that is zoned light industrial good faith. You had two oppor- allows processing that's what this permissible under a special excep- because they are higher than a
dioxide, water vapor and a minor tunities to do that, but..you were plant Is. O'Neal's decision was tion, is a prohibited use or crematorium.
One remains for T.E.S.,
amount of organic compounds are possibility hiding information from us." sound. We plan to keep that structure." Since the'applicants used the
Inc. and that is for them to
contained in air emissions from incineration petitionin Board member Sam Bassett also Intent..a processing plant In a 1-1 In- "There is no reference to a "worst case scenario"in their bid to
Circuit Court for the court to "
Koogler said. charged T.E.S. with not presentingall dustrial area Savitz said. crematorium" in the application site the incinerator,the board should
decide the issue whether not the
There is a considerable differencein or the facts. "Your Intent is to make "Our first line of marketing is fora submitted to DER (Department of use the "worst case scenario" In
products going into a In proposed the 1-1 incinerator zoning classification.is permissible The money." Cremations alone cannot crematory," said Robert V. Lee, Environmental Regulation), by_ making their decision, Brown said.
crematorium compared to a provide enough Income to sustain
appeal must be filed within a 30 day
medical waste Incinerator, accor- the plant, and the plant being proposed
period which not start until a
ding to Koogler. Chlorinated com- written order may is received from the "is not suited to the site, he
pounds (plastics) may contain up to board. said.Ron
30% chlorine which will produce Denmark also was critical of
hydrochloric acid when burned.Thisis The letter certifying that a T.E.S. avoiding the truth in pursuingsite
not the case with bodies, Kooglersaid. crematorium is permissible in the approval, and asked If the terms
1-1 zoning classification was obtained "deceit and fraud" could be used by
from Zoning Director O'Neal by board members with Impunity."It .
George Roberts, then chairman of has been established that the
The estimated dioxin emissionrate the Bradford County Development evidence does not show the Intent Is ELECTI
is over 100 times the level in Authority, who was pursuing the to build a crematorium, but Insteadit I
DER air policy guidelines, Koogleralso new industry for Starke. is, always has been, and will
stated, and the hydrochloricacid always be a bio-hazardous waste in- I
emissions will exceed air quali! Both have stated that no mentionof cinerator," charged attorney Terry
jguldelines by a factor of 3" anything other than a Brown in his summation to the
crematorium was made by board.
Emissions from a crematoriumwill representatives of T.E.S.,and it was In his opening statement. Brown i I
consist mostly of water vapor not until DER advertised in the accused T.E.S. of "intentional fraud JLYJUCOUNTYCOMMSSIONER
and carbon dioxide while a medical .
waste incinerator will emit dioxins,
furans and hydrochloric acid, -DISTCICT4 -'

Koogler The Appeal.explained... joodtimesJ Inc. SEPTEMBERS 1990

The appeal was made to the Boardof
Adjustment after it was learned 1371 S. Walnut St. Deerfoot Village Center QUALIFIED DEPENDABLEI
that the "crematorium" which Zon- Starke 964-2222


', .Back >:' :0' 'Sc1.o50i-A; I WILL-work hard to find an equitable way to spread the taxes,so special assessmentscan

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Theressa The Theressa Fish Volunteer Fry Fire ; 'x/ ,' Sp cirz1s!, : Wlifjl'; ; :io I WILL seek avenues to enhance the FIRE &: RESCUE,to upgrade equipment which I

rally Dept will on host Sat.a, fish Aug.fry and 25, political at the $3.00 :H aiarcui O j would help in response time, which is very important in saving LIVES &; PROPERTY.

Theressa Fire Station. I WILL set aside ONE EVENING EACH MONTH to meet with discuss
Serving will begin at 5:30 pm, con-
sisting baked beans of fried,and fish cole, hush slaw;puppies a choiceof ,' $15.00: :Perm: ;: matters, as I will need your continued support and input Those unable to attend the

be coffee available.or Iced tea. Take-outs will ,< ''' '0.. { '' }',' )-,/ '> % <\ l i I regular commission meetings COULD INFORMED as to the actions of the board. '

Speaking for County and State of: --By, ; Ke11Appbra14: : ;

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.1 Bradford Land Sales Total Nearly $1.2 Million in June 1Land I

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sales in Bradford County for Hampton Lake, which sold for Only transactions of $1,000 or NWV4 section 32 T7S.R22E, $13,000.- Inc.. to WuTH. Wasson and J. Quinton Woodlawn, section 31, T5S, R22E,
the month of June totaled$1,181,600, $120,000. more are considered in this report. Mac A. Douglas, Lake Butler, to Rumph, Jacksonville, three north of Crawford Settlement Road,
compared to $1.120 million for June Values of transactions are figured Charles A. and Bernice A. Baldreeto Dale E. and Barbara F. Brown, parcels along road, sec- $3,800.
of 1989.with 43 parcels being record from the amount of documentary Bryan F. and Tracy L. Camp, parcel in NEVi of NWtt section 27, tion 25,TS, R22E 1 $70,100. Jeff D. and Kam A. Parker, High
ed during the month. tax paid upon recording the deed in tract on SE 50th Ave., in SWA section T6S, R22E, $19,000. Keystone Developers of Bradford, Springs,to L.J. Kite,parcels 3,4 and
The highest value property sold the office of the Clerk of Courts at 25, T7S, R22E, $14,000. Susan A. Dugger to Robert M. and Inc. to Fleet Finance and Mortgage, 5, In NWtt of SWV4 section 11, T7S,
during the month was a parcel on the courthouse. Billie M. and Christine L. Ben- M. Carol Ock rman, lot 9, block 3, Inc. 2 parcels In Indian Lake Woods, R21E, $17.000.Robert .
nefield to Hazel L. Casey and JohnP. The Woods, north of Fairway Ave., In SEVi of SWV4 section 24, T8S, L. and Jenny J. Phillips to.
Casey, block 13, M.F. Wiggins $77,500. R22E, $6,700. Benson Cain, Trustee and Coline G.
subdivision in sections 7, T6S, 112IE Florida National Bank Properties L.J. Kite, Sr. and Audrey to Cain,Trustee,lot 31 Seminole Ridge
and 12, T6S, R20E, w/mobile home. Inc. to Eugene F. Shaw, lots 13 and Harold G. and Mary R. Johnson, Unit 6, $5,500.Charles .
\.S Larry Oliver and Mattie Karen 14, block 22, Temple's Addition to Hampton,parcel 36 In NWV4 of SWV4 W. and Barbara L.
Brooks, Interlachen, to William Town of Starke, $11,000. section 11, T7S. R2)E, $5,000. Rasnick to Socorro Pereira, Jr.
o Jn Grady and Sharon S. Varnes. Charles A. Garrard to Barbara J. L.J. Kite to Stephen G. Denmark, parcel In NEV4 of NWtt section 27,
Palatka, parcel in WV4 of SWV4 ofSEV4 Jordan, Lawtey, east 50' of lot 4 parcels 3,4 and 5 in NWV4 of SWV4, T6S, R22E, $52,000.
MANLYBOLIN section 35, T6S, R22E, $2,000. block 4, corner or Lake Ave andState section 11, T7S, R21E $8,000. Keith C. Reddish to Jackie L and
Dale E. and Barbara F. Brown to St., $29,000. Walter H. and Elde T. Lee to Mary A. Crews, Lawtey, 1 acre in
Lisa R. Rogers, parcel in NEVi of Charles A. Garrard and George C. Eleanor Elde Lee and Clifford SEV of NEft, east side of SR-16,
NWV4 section 27,T6S, R22E, $11,000. Garrard to Barbara J. Jordan, east Wayne Lee, lot on US-301, In SV4 of $2,700.
David R. and Myrtle V. Brown, 70', lot 1, block 4, Town of Lawtey, NEV4 of SWV4 section 3, T6S, R22E, The Roost Investments, Inc.
Perry,to Kenneth E.and Victoria G. $11,000. $10,000. Alachua Co. To Shirley A. Stone, lot
? Moore, Newfield, NJ. 1.98 acres in Ray L. and Aiko M. Grover to James Gregory and Jacalyn Glass at Wilson Road and Parker Street,
SEV4 of NWV4 section 17, T6S, R22E, Grant B. Williams, parcel along Leggett to Benjamin W. and KarenT. Starke, $8,000.Donald .
$68,000. Carter Road east of R.R. in Lawtey, .Keller,lot 1 New Hampton Beach, H. and Lois J. Ruggles to
Jacqueline Cannon to Stafford,III, $66,900. $57,900. Thomas and Helen Cooper, Lake
and Pamela Easterling,Gainesville, Donald R. and Doris L. Hodges to Glen E. and Brenda J. Lourcey to Geneva, lots S and 6, Indian Beach
lot 1,Seminole Ridge Unit 7, $70,000. Kerrle Crawford Robbins, 1.16 acres Thomas A. and Rosmarie Karcher Unit 3, $30,000.Rogue .
The Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtney in NWV4 of SEV4 section 15, T7S, Lawtey, parcel partly in lot 33 and A.and Kathy L.Ruminer to
"New
Kid on the Block" with to Keystone Developers of Bradford, R22E, $5,000.James partly in lot 40, Woodlawn, section James A. and Ramona S. Peronto
Inc., 3 parcels in SE'/4 of SWV4 and Leonard to Samuel Lee and 14, T5S, R22E, $69,900. St.Augustine W S4 of W Va lots 35 and
the political knowledge to Lead Us Gov. lot 4, section 25, TBS, R22E, Annette Williams, parcel in SEV4 of Glen E. Lourcey and Charles E. 38,Woodlawn,section 11,T5S,R22E
$13,000. Lourcey to Carlton L. and Judith K. $15,000.
NEV4 section 18,T6S, R22E, $1.200.
into 1991. Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay Alvin Orlando, Jr. and Gloria J. Register, Orange Park lot 36 northof R.J. and Rosa Mae Starling to
to Keystone Developers of Bradford, Jenkins to Teareather LaFleur, lots road and lot 29,Woodlawu,section Ronald C. and Tommie L. Starling,
I' A New Time-NOW.ANew Inc., 62Vi% interest in lots 1 through 2 and 3, block 17, N. Reno, $1,500. 31, T5S, R22E, $25 000. parcel on SW 13th St.$5,400.
8,Keystone Oaks South,lots and 38 Brian Keith Johns to Dewey G. James R. and Hilda C. McLeod, John W. and Winona S. Suttles to
Face Keystone Oaks, and lots 2 and 3 and Katherine L. Oliver, lot on east Waldo, to Patricia M. Rodriguez, William John and Permelia C.
BolinA
I Manly Paradise View,all in section 13,TBS, side of Epperson St.,Starke,$23,900. Astoria, NY. parcel in SEVi section Reynolds, Fernandina Beach,
R22E, $5,600.Jack Eloise Starling Jones to Richard 23, T7S, R21E, Hampton Lake, parcel on NE 30th Ave. $35,000.
New Beginning 1991 M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay Land Edna T. Trainor, north 70' of 120000. John W. Settles to Fleet Finance
to Fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc. lots 9 and 10, block 2,Dowlings Addition Jean E. and Euna E. Milligan to and Mortgage, Inc. lot 6 and lot 7 in
Elect Manly Bolin County parcel in SE'/i of SWV4 and Gov. lot to Town of Starke, $15,000. David L. and Leslie R. Mobley, lots EV4 of SEV4 of SWVi section 11,T6S,
4, section 25, TBS, R22E, $10,000. Virgil M.and Tressie M.Jordan to 5,6,7,8,12,13,14 and 15, all In Garden R22E, $12,100.Craig .
Commissioner Dist. 2 Ronnie C. Davis to Eddie W. Richard Dexter and Brenda Kay Acres No. 2, sections 23 and 26,T6S, R. and Deborah Wieser to
"Pd.Pol.Adv. Chesser, Jr., and Tracy A. Prevatt, Slade, 2.28 acres north side of SR-16 R22E, $97,100.Clifford Michael and Lori Fagien,
Pd.for by Campaign TVeas. 2.53 acres, partly in NE>4 of NEV, east, $12,000. G. and Naomi G. Page to Gainesville, portion of lots 9 and 10,
Dem. section 31, and partly in NWVi of Keystone Developers of Bradford, Glen E. Lourcey, W125' lot 36, Indian Beach, $45,000.

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: -i'a SERVING sponsoring Florida the Wildlilfe first Annual Federationis Out-

door Exposition to be held at the
North Florida Fairgrounds In
Tallahassee, September 28, 29, and

: 30.Hundreds of Indoor and outdoor
EFFECTIVELY exhibits will feature the latest in out
door sporting equipment.
Regardless of your outdoor pursuits
you'll find something of interest.
There will be daily scheduled
seminars by Best In The Land cover-
YOU Ing the use of turkey and grunt calls,
QfI bass fishing techniques, bow hun-
-> i tH'1 I 4 ( : ": ::1' _. ,., ,. gobbler ting, whitetail tactics.rattling, doe talk and i

Booth exhibitors and products will
Include wildlife artists and
photographers turkey calls, tree
stands, wildliffe feeders, taxider-
mists, guns and knives, hunting

In the mid-1970s, when the Republican party of Clay County needed accessories cammo, outdoor, guides clothing and,outfitters RV's and,

conservation clubs, vehicles, ar-
someone to take on grass roots chores, to organize and rally volunteers and to more.chery equipment, and much, much


: provide leadership to a struggling political organization, Chance Irvine was Saturday Gate opens and Sunday to the ,public September Friday 28,,
29 and 30,10 a.m.until 9 p.m.except
.. ,: Sunday, closing time is 7 p.m.

: \. there.In.

the 1980s when Bradford, Clay and St. Johns counties needed help More


dealing with issues such as increased crime, the service tax, recycling waste Worth Noting


and funding education, Chance Irvine was there.
Showtlm '90...

Now with our district entering the 1990s, facing critical issues such as the The Starke/Bradford County
Chamber of Commerce has

. I environment, growth management, transportation and that perennial problem scheduled the showcase Bradford for'Showtlme County area businesses Fairgrounds 90', a at ,

I crime it is important to make sure Chance Irvine will be there when we need Sept.plenty 22 of and complimentary 23. Admission tickets is $1, but

will be available from local
businesses,schools, and home
her. mailings.


As your State Representative for District 21 Chance Irvine has served MiddUburg The Historic Middleburg Festival.Festivalis ..


the lead Republican on the Corrections Committee and the Natural Resources participate seeking artists in the and 4th annual crofters arts to
and crafts festival, slated for Satur-

Committee, the two committees that address this community's most concerned day Last, Oct.year 20.the festival attracted"thousands"
of visitors, accordingto
the sponsors.For .
issues. further information, please
call Mara Ph.282-9169.

She is on the front line everyday, visiting with constituents, working with Tough Lov....

committees or drafting legislation dealing Tough Love, a parents support
: agencies legislative
government ,. group, meets every Thursday even-
Ing at 7 p.m., in the Presbyterian
.' with these everyday problems. And she can accomplish this effectively by Church holidays on East Call St., including

Dealing with problems in family

being your full-time legislator with no outside interest or income to cloud parents relationships and adolescents, especially and between older

children Tough Love is a self-help
: issues facing her. Her opponent is a full-time lawyer and lobbyist for the Everyone program sponsored welcome.by There the church.Is no

charge to participate.

doctors.
.h

Irvine's effectiveness is due in part to the respect she has earned from her Gator Plans have Boosters.been made.. for a fantastic -

fun filled as well as Gator

I colleagues in the legislature. Over her three term tenure, she has developed Quarterback Informed year Club.for the First Starke meetingwill Gator

be Sept. 6 at the fairgrounds.

,. close relationships with government leadership throughout Florida. And every Call mation 964-6911 and reservations or 964-7451 for to infor-follow

:'" ,7 Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives has endorsed her due the Gators.nowl.' Mall Reminder to P.O.I Box Dues 417.are

fI'' Job S.rvlc.Op.n...
: re-election. .
'A ,: '. The Job Service of Florida,
Starke Office, is still open Monday
through Friday, 8 to S p.m. We are

ON SEPT. 4TH VOTE FOR CHANCE IRVINE SHE'S THERE FOR YOU still Vocational located School at the at Bradford-Union 609 North

Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for by Chance Irvine Campaign,.Rep. Orange September Street., at We which will be time here we'until -.
will relocate to Highway 301 north
at Market Plaza on Market Road4I





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8A TELEGRAPH" August 23. 1900

Legal Notices You and each of you are hereby and LOTS 1 and 2 of BLK 111n Brooker. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited Richard L.Cox Jr
herewith given notice In accordancewith You are further given NOTICE that a MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA States Marshal' or any of his duly' ...,.._ ;, i,,': United States Marshall
NOTICE.OF APPLICATIONFOR Florida Statutes that the Town copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is JACKSONVILLE DIVISION authorized deputies will ..lIth. property Middle District of Florida
AMENDMENT Council. Brooks Florida, will conducta available for your Inspection at the Office situate In Bradford County Florida
OF LAND USE PLAN public hearing at a regular meeting of Town Clerk City Hall, Brooker Court No. 90-251-Clv-J-M described as:
TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDAAn held at 7:30: p.m. at City Hall. Brooker, Florida. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Lot Six Block 1, Shady Oaks Subdivision Ralph J, Lee
Florida on September 11, 1990 and will Each and every person having any Interest Plaintiff as per plat thereof recorded In Plat Assistant United States Attorney
ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive consider an Ordinance relating to: whatever In the enactment of this VS. Book 3, Page 29 of the Public Records of 8234tchg913
Land Use Plan Element and Amend the Comprehensive Land Use proposed ORDINANCE should appear THOMAS L. JONES and Bradford County Florida
Map by Brooks, Florida. In accordancewith Plan to provide that lands currently and be heard at the time and place ANNIE MAE JONES at public outcry to the highest and best
the Local Government Comprehensive classified Single Family and designatedby prescribed. Defendants.NOTICE. bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
Planning Act of 1975 ai provided for the Plan as yellow be reclassified to TOWN COUNCIL OF SALE o'clock Noon on September 26 1990 at COURT FOR
in Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO Mobil. Home and designated as dark TOWN OF BROOKER Notice Is hereby given that pursuant the front door entrance of the Bradfrod IN THE CIRCUIT FLORIDA
FLORIDA to a Default Judgment entered County Courthouse at Stark., Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY
: ALL CITIZENS. TAXPAYERS AND brown the property of Mamie C. Tucker on July
described follows 8231 tchg 25, 1990 by the afeove entitled Court In Dated August 9, 1990. PROBATE DIVISION
OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS: -as. : --- : Case No.90-4-CP
II i\- .. I'.I ,, :- I File Number 1..1..0Dlvlalan


USDA Choice Beef Untrimmed
IN RE: ESTATE OF

((1214 Lb. Avg.) Whole J t CHARLES Deceased DANIEL DOBBS


7 8 1 11 1 ( PETITION Resident FOR ADMINISTRATIONFlorida Without Will-Single

SIRLOIN' $ Petitioner)
: The petitioner, Phyllis Jean Dobbs,
1/ alleges:
1. Petitioner has an interest In the
I
above estate as surviving spouse of the
I TIPS o decedent.
Petitioner's name and address are
f .g 1 1 1 1J Phyllis Jean Dobbs, Route 1. Box "458A
Lb. l Lawtey, Florida 32058, and the name
Sliced, FREE! and address of petitioner's attorney areas
1 set forth at the end of this petition,
2. Decedent Charles Daniel Dobbs,
whose 'last known address was Route 1.
Box "4S8A Lawtey Florida 32053 and if
Blue Grapes Or known whose age was 22, and whose
Red & Whiter'ir'vi''r social security number Is 58901-5910
died on September 25, 1989 at Jacksonville
GROUND Prices In this Florida and at the time of death j
ad good SEEDLESSGRAPES decedent was domiciled In Bradford '

Monday, County, Florida
a 3. So far as Is known the names or the
August 20, thru beneficiaries of this estqte, their addresses
__ Sunday, and relationships to decedent
August 26, and the ages of any who ore minors are:
NAME Phyllis Jean Dobbs
1990.
ADDRESS: Route 1. Box 458A, Lawtey,
___ ____ 0 Florida 32053RELATIONSHIP
: wife

.. ;>(- ,- 1"t'v: ,"* AGE (BIRTH DATE IF MINOR): over 18
NAME: Hollle Elicia Dobbs

THIGHS 79 0 ADDRESS Florida 32058RELATIONSHIP: Route: DaughterAGE 1, Box 458A, Lawtey,


Holly Farms Grade A (BIRTH DATE IF MINOR): 12/28/86
4. Venue of this proceeding Is In this
Lb. county became decedent was domiciled
her. at the time of death.
WHOLE FRYERS 5. Phyllis Jean Dobbs, whose address Is
Route 1. Box 458A, Lawtey Florida
,
32058, and who is qualified under the
laws of the Slate of Florida to serve as
personal representative of decedent's
1 1 0 estate Is entitled to preference In appointment
as personal representative
C because she Is the surviving spouse of
the decedent
1 / 6. The nature and approximate value of
the assets In this estate are:
Wrongful' death action: value
1 / unknown .
Lb. t Personal effects: 100.00
7. After the exercise of reasonable
diligence petitioner is unaware of any
.. .1. S. unrevok.i wills 6rV dlt11T 6f"dked.nt,
4." L, j ..h. .
rq bond
otrQ iIeaYidon.r! fs11-'th8i'n' b.
>
s.c er., i .....Qllli'd at t this t"oMj/ I .1I'i.tate.':
only substantial asset Is a wrongful
death action of unknown value.
Petitioner requests that she, Phyllis
Jean Dobbs be appointed personal
10 Lb. Bag U.S. #1 representative of the estate of the dece
dent.
Country Pride
Under penalltes of perjury I I. declare
FITENDERS- WHITE POTATOES that I have read the foregoing and the
.BREAST facts alleged are true, to the best of my
New knowledge and belief.
&
39c Executed this 27th day of December,
Crop 1989.

$199 Phyllis Jean Petitioner Dobbs

SWEETPOTATOES Attorney for Petitioner:
Lb. Herbert T.Sussman
200 East Forsyth Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Tasty Yellow Onions. . 3 Lb. Bag .99 Telephone: ((904))353-3030 I
8/23 2tchg 8/30 h



32 Oz. Del Monte 6 Pk. Grape or Tropical Punch 5 Ct. Buttermilk IN JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT IN AND EIGHTH FOR

KOOL-AID' Texas Style BRADFORD CASE COUNTY NO.:9313-CA FLORIDA.

CATSUP ESTHER L. MUIR .

(COOLERS r-- BISCUITS8ge vs.Plaintiff

IGNACIO. O. ALDERETTE and
DEBORAH M. ALDERETE, his wife

$139 3/8ge/ Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION .
TO DEDENDANT
:: :
1{ ....e .nw.r.-r RESIDENCE IGNACIO O.UNKNOWNAND ALDERETE

All OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
:

16 Oz.Elbow Macaroni/Long 10 Oz. Assorted Frozen Dinners I I 16 Oz. Breakstone'sTME foreclose YOU ARE on NOTIFIED a mortgage that on an the action follow to

Or Thin Spaghetti ing property in Bradford County Florida:
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BUDGET' SOUR A parcel of land in the SE 1/4 of Section
CREAMETTESPASTA 7,Township 7 South Range 22 East
. CREAMiJt -- Bradford County Florida, being more
'
GOURMET \ 1111 uuprU / particularly described as follows::
i Commence at the NE corner of said SE
( I 1/4 and run South 88 degrees 43
\
.......... minutes 30 seconds West along the
I i 9ge North line of said SE 1/4 a distance of
&ge $139 : SOUR 1503 feet to the Point of Beginning.From .
Point of Beginning thus described
E.Mree run thence South 0 degrees 30 minutes
r. East a distance of 162 1/2 feet to a point;
thence run North 81 degrees 15 minutes
54 seconds West along a county road
Large Roll Flowers right-of-way IIn. 14814 feet to the
Easterly right of way line of State Road
TOWELS .69 CHILLY-WILLEE..12' .59 No. 200 (U.S. thence
Highway
SCOTT PAPER ct. 301)); run
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.. . Northeasterly along said Easterly rightof

way line with q curve concave Northwesterly -
sold curve having a central
4 angle of 01 degree 07 minutes 47
JUMBO SHRIMP seconds, a radius of 7099.6 feet and a
2 Utor- Matetf Item chord bearing a distance of North 12
BUSCH degrees 04 minutes 53 seconds East 140
COLA feet to the North line of said SE 1/4;
NATURAL LITE thence run North 88 degrees 43 minutes
30 second East, along said North line of
$109- 12oz.6pkCNCOCA $699 the SE 1/4 a distance If 188.7 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
$ has been filed and you are required to
n,. tf 12.12 Ox. caq met Ceto, 229c.ffeIIIe serve a copy of your written defenses If
KM DM. Cat*, Celt aass0e..ZU any, on Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., plaintiff's
Pkf. .f 12.12 Cz. Can Lb attorney whose address Is P.O. Box
DM ...... efrrttt. .. .. .. .. .. .........ZJ9fteerfaot) 938 Starke, Florida 32091 on or before
September 21, 1990 and file the original
with the clerk of this court either before
service on plaintiff's attorney or Inv
mediately' thereafter; otherwise a
default' will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the petition.
WITNESS my hand and th. seal of this
court an this 31 day of July 1990.

30f South RAY NORMAN
Village ShtiippInalCenter -j BY: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
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1'ELEG I Page IA

Legate . Electric Coop Inc. for power ROW acrots IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Publication of this Notice has begun 1
the Ely 30,00 feet of the above decrlbed JUDICIAL" CIRCUIT IN AND FOR on August 23rd 1990.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.IIiGNTHJUDICIAL tract. BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA JOHNNY R.HOBBS.JR. SD
CWCUIT.IN AND FOR Parcel 2 Case NO W-73-CP((14204)IN ) Johnny R.Hobbs,Jr.,P.A. gennY
MAOfOftD COUNTY.FLORIDA. A parcel of land'lying In Sections 32 and RE: The Estota of '..0.lraw.r938SIa"'o.
33. Township 6 South Range 21 fait JANNIE CHRISTINE PATRICK .Florida 32091 Aerobic
.CASIN0.1M492CAFIRST and In Fractional Section 4, Township 7 Deceased. ((904))964-3700
'South Rang 21 Cast being' bounded on NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Attorney for p..nalrepr..onlallvo
UNION NATIONAL SANK OF the North by the North line of the South administration of the estate of N
FLORIDA. notional .banking OHoda- % of Section 33 bounded on the West by JANNIE CHRISTINE PATRICK deceased.
lion.IUCCMIOT. the Sampson City County Graded Road; Case No.90-73-CP ((1-4204)). Is pending In ROBERT PATRICK
se
to Florida No- on the South-west by Stale Road No. the Circuit Court for Bradford County P.O. Box 869 ConneCtion
Hanoi by mrgr 223; on the East by Uk Smapsan: and Florida Probate Division, the address of S,,.,,,.. Florida 32091
tank-Stark. on the South by the Sampson River which Is Bradford County Courthouse, Personal Representative E .
.. LESS AND EXCEPT; all existing roods Starke, Florida 32091. Th. name and 8/234tchg9/13 Member Tap
$loMIHM.V P.D.T.A.
and of Said lands containing address of the Ballet
Rights Ways. personal representative Sin
.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Professional Dance
237 acres, more or less, are locatd and of the personal representatives attorney Jazz
SAMPSON. LAKE FARMS INC.. e., REGISTER Teachers Association
'In Brodlord County Florida. or. set forth below. l/1aPitnes
.t of. FICTITIOUS NAME ere Pointe
Interested required to
persons are
DofonoontaNOTrCf file with the Court WITHIN THREE MON Certified by: ance Acrobatics
01'SALE Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Aerobic Rtneos Inc.
THS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION
Nolle li h....., given that pursuant PUBLIC NOTICE OF THIS NOTICE: Statute, notice ,Is hereby> given that th*
lo a Conionf Final Judgment of RON DENMARK MINI-STORAGE will and undersigned fen. Acosta and Robert Owner/Instructor:Jenny
FoVcloiur enl.'''' In IK* obovocapHond hold a public sale of Bin No. 38 belonging (1)all claims against the estate (2) W. Boyer P.O. Bo*663 Stork, Florida Kelley OPEN HOUSE &
action I will toll Id* property to JAMES A. TYLER Jr. who's last any objection by any Interested mailed person thaIchollong. 32091. |olnl owners, doing business of Kathy) & army's REGISTRATION
Itualad In Vadford County 4.>crlb* In Ixhlblt "A- at public sal., lo the | Sold Sale...lIIlak.plac at 2117 North the validity dustrles' 1." miles south ol Stork, Hwy Palatka August 30,31 3:30-7:30: :
of the personal
highest. and bit bidder lor cash al Ih* : Temple Av*., Starke, Florida 32091 qualifications repres.ntativs 301 'Intends ta register said fictitious 15 Years Experience .
or jurisdiction of the Court. Ages 3 Dancewear
venue to Adults Available
Bradford County Courthout In Stark, Saturday, September 8, 1990 at 9:00 name under the aforesaid statute.
NOT
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on Splmbr 6. a.m., Dated this 1 day of August A.D. 1990
SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED.
1990. 8/232tchg8/30 : InBradford'Caunty. O94pd830 964-TAPP Edwards Rd. Starke
Dated this 6 day of August, 170.
Ray Norman
Clark of th*Circuit Court
IIv1 Carol William.



A ParcH tract of land EXHIBIT situated"AM In OputyCIrk the South % '.eC E.L. "Nook" NORMANCounty

of Fractional Section 33 Township 6 S.
Rang 21 I, and In Fractional Section 4,

Township mor 7 S.particularly Rang 21 I.described sold tract being as e


follows Commence at .concrete monument at CommissionerDistrict
th* NW corner of Fractional Section 4
and run N W ST 06" I along th* North
(IIn* of said Fractional Section 4, a 2 Democrat"NOOK"
distance of 251.43 fiat to th. fly ROW
line of County Rood No. C-223. thencerun
Sfty along said ROW line with a
curve concave NE'ly sold curve having is .
central angle of 23'3S'S4". a radius ol ;
2814.78 loot an arc length of 1337.S7 A Native of Bradford County
loot and. chord bearing and distance of
A VeteranA
S WSsWI. 1247.14 feet.State Road
Department ROW marker and FOB; ?4
Homeowner
and
thence run NWly along said fly ROW Taxpayer
line with a curve concave lilly said A
curv having central angle of Family Man, Wife and 2 Children

OVOa'04". a radius of 2814,78 loot, an GrandchildrenA
arc length of 232.23 feet and a chord
bearing e distance of N 4407'42"W. ''t ,4 Member of Heilbron Springs Baptist Church
232.16 feat: thence leave sold ROW line
and run N 43M8'1 (. 365,00 feat; E.L. "Nook" Norman is a man who speaks the
thence run N 64'lfla I. 67S.OO fet;
thence run N"....""E.384,66 feet to a language of our times and acts with the wisdom of
point In lha center line of a 100.00 ft
Clay Electric Coop Inc. ROW _..m.nt maturity.E.L. .
for Power Transmission recorded In
Misc. look 19. page 191 of the Public "Nook" Norman is a man with 12 years
Records said County: thence run S
382344' E. along sold easement experience in county government. Qualified

centerllne 630.00 feet more or less lo the Dependable Reliable & Honest!
Centerlln run of The Smapson River;
Ihenc run SWIy along said centerllne
1.330.00 feet mar or lets ta the 1'1,
ROW IIn.of sold County Rood No. CMS E.L. "Nook" Norman "If You Give A Hoot About Your Tax Dollar Your Vote and Support
and a paint* rJrisJ.4 *" '....".I. from "
th* PO8: thence leave said centerllne Served.as Your Chairman Will Be Greatly Appreciated. Re-Elect Man with Common Sense.

M,. .... and ROW run:$23.00 N ..*.feet.1.<
FOB. Subject to an easement at Clay

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I NOTICE ot- PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PRO- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED UNITED STATES DISTRICT FLORIDA COURT
OF
ORDINANCE NO. 90.9 POSED ORDINANCE NO. ORDINANCE NO. 90-8, MIDDLE DISTRICT
ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE SPECIAL 90-6ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE ESTABLISHING COUNTYWIDE SPECIAL JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
ASSESMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES TAXING UNIT; ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIRE Court No. 90231ClvJUUNITED \
COUNTY DETENTION FACILITIES: PRO- ESTABLISHING BOUNDARIES; PRO PROTECTION SERVICES; PROVIDING STATES OF AMERICA
NOTICE OF INTENTION was served that cKollenges the validity VIDING DEFINITIONS: IMPOSING VIDING DEFINITIONS; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; IMPOSING SPECIAL Plaintiff
TO REGISTER of the will, the qualifications of the personal SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ESTABLISHING I OPTIONAL INCLUSION OF ASSESSMEENT: ESTABLISHING BEGINNING VS.THOMAS
FICTITIOUS NAME representative, venue, or (jurisdiction BEGINNING DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL MUNICIPALITIES: PROVIDING FOR DATE FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESS. L. JONES and
Pursuant lo Section 865.09 Florida' of the court ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED ESTABLISHMENT OF SEPARATE FUNDS: MENT: DEFINING IMPROVED PARCELS ANNIE MAE JONES
Statutes, notice It hereby glv.n that the All CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO 'PARCELS AND UNiTsTb BE ASSESSED: ESTABUSHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE AND UNITS TO BE ASSESSED: Dedendants.NOTICE. .
undersigned. MARY E. MASSEY R*. 2laIC FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTRATES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS OF SALE
2452 Melrose, FL 32666, sole Publication of this Notice has begunon : PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND EN- 10th day of September 1990 at 10:15 RATES PROVIDING FOR LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
owner, doing business under the firm August 16 1990. FORCEMENT OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: AM. the Bradford County Board of OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: a Default Judgment entered on July
name ol ROSE STONE SERVICES. R'. 2 Personal Representative: ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. County Commissioners In regular session ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 25. 1990 by the above entitled Court In
laIC 3452 Melrote. Fl 32666. Intend le Sammy Jo Reeder. to held at the Boards Meeting Room NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the the above styled cause, th. undersignedUnited
register,, said llclllloui name under the 1222 Tam-O-Shanter Drive NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the at the Bradford County Courthouse, 10th day of September 1990. at 10:45: States Marshal or any of his duly
aforesaid tlalul. Bakersfield CA 93309 10th day of September 1990 at 11:00 Stork, Florida will hold a public hear. A.M. the Bradford County Board of authorized deputies will sell the property
Doled this 3UI day ol August. A.D., Attorney for Personal Representative: A.M. the Bradford County Board of Ing on the proposed enactment for adopting County Commissioners, In regular session situate In Bradford County Florida
1990. In Bradford County. Myron C. Prevail Jr. County Commissioner, In regular ...- Ordinance No. 906. to be held at the Boards Meeting at described a.: -
8/02 4lpd 8/23 Florida Bar No. 108860 Ion la be held at the Boards Meeting Th. substance of the proposed ordinanc -, the Bradford County Courthouse, lot Six. Block Shady Oaks Subdivision
P.O. Drawer 790 Room at the Bradford County Cour. I I. to establish, for the health. Stark. Florida' will hold a public hearing as per plat thereof recorded In Plat
NOTICE OF INTENTION Keystone Height. FL 32656Telephone thou.., Stark, Florida will hold a' and welfare ol cltliens ol Bradford on the proposed enactment for adopting Book 3, Page 29 of the Public Records of
TO REGISTER : (904))473-4993 public hearing on the proposed enactment County Florida a Municipal Services Ordinance No. 908. Bradford County Florida
OB162tchg0623NOTICE for adopting Ordinance No. 909. Taxing Unit for the Provision' of The substance of the proposed ordinance at public outcry to the highest and best
FICTITIOUS' NAME. . . . . . . . . . The substance of the proposed ordinance municipal services to residents of the Is to establish funding by special bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
Pursuant o Section 865 09. Florida
OF INTENTIONTO I I. to establish funding by special unincorporated areas of Bradford County assessment for Fire Protection Service o'clock Noon on September 26. 1990 at
Statute, notice It hereby given-that the REGISTER assessment for County Detention and to the residents of such (FPS) for the health and welfare ol the front door entrance of the Bradford
undersigned GLEN W. OF ". Box FICTITIOUS NAME and of Bradford Florida. County Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
Facilities (CDF) for the health Municipalities In Bradford County which citizens County
1)35. Storke. Fl 32091. sc doIng welfare of the cltliens of Bradford County may elect to be Included within such All Interested parties are Invited to Dated: August 9. 1990
business under the firm name of Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Florida.All present their comments at the time and Richard L. Cox Jr.
SOLAR CONTROLLER. 649 N. T.mpl. Statutes., notice Is hereby given that the Interested parties are Invited to Unit.All Interested parties are Invited to place set forth abov United States Marshall
Ave:, Stark. FL 32091 Intends to undersigned Thomas C. Clark and ShawE. present their comments at the time and present their comments at th. time and Person are advised that If they Middle District of Florida
register sold fictitious nom under the Grlgsby Jr., joint owners, doing plac set forth above. place set forth above. decide to appeal any decision made at
aforesaid statute. business under th. firm name of Clark- Person are advised, that If they Persons are advised, that if they this hearing they will need a record of Ralph J. Lee
Doled this 31st day ol August A.D.. Grlgsby Enterprises, Inc., Intends to decide to appeal any decision mode at decide to appeal any decision mad. at the proceedings, and for such purpose, Assistant United States Attorney
1990. In Bradford. County. 8/23 register told fictitious nam under the this hearing they will need a record of this hearing, they will need. a record of they may need to ensure that verbatimrecord Attorney for Plaintiff08234tchg913
8/02 4lpd aforesaid statute. the proceedings, and for such purpose the proceedings, and for such purpose, of the proceedings Is mad,
Dated this 16 day of August, A.D. 1990in they may need to ensure that verbatim they may need to ensure that verbatim which record Includes the testimony and

NOTICE OF INTENTION' Bradford County record of the proceedings Is mad*. record of the proceeding I I. made, evidence upon which the appeal Is to
TO REGISTER 08164tpd0906NOTICE : which record Includes the testimony and which record Include the testimony and based.
FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant evidence upon which the appeal Is to be evidence upon which the appeal I I. to be DATED this 14th day of August 1990. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
REGISTER
. . . . . ........................, based. based BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FICTITIOUS NAME
to Section 86509. Florida OF CALL FOR BID PROPOSALSFOR DATED this 14th day of August 1990. DATED this 14th day of August, 1990. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGEFOR BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BOARD. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS that the
Statutes, notice Is hereby given
the undersigned, Debra J.' Norman BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
tale owner, doing business under the CITY OF STARKE EMPLOYEES RAY NORMAN. CLERK OF COURT RAY NORMAN.CLERK OF COURT RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT undersigned Stan and Scarlet Ham
firm .flame of Beary Special Kids In. 8162tchgB23P04237 8/16 2tchg 8/23 8/.13:. 2i hg'8/30 mond. P.O. Box 1251 Starke. Florida
tends la register sold fictitious name'under Is hereby given that the City of 32091 joint owners, doing business
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the aforesaid statute. Stark I I.calling for scaled bid proposals J REQUEST FOR PROPOSALSThe under the firm nom of S and S Credit
Dated this 7 day of August A.D. 1990 I from Health Insurance Carriers, Health NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED Collections, Starke, Florida 32091 Intends
In Bradford County. Maintenance Organizations and Preferred ORDINANCE NO. 90-7.; REPEAL Town of Raiford Is soliciting proposals to register said fictitious name
Provider Organizations, for NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCENO. to prepare an Application for the under the aforesaid statute.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO coverage for City Employees. Bid proposals ORDINANCE NO. 90-5 PRO.. 90-..: ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE Slat of Florida Department of Community Dated this 20th day of August A.D..
REGISTER will be received by the City Clerkat MOTING PUBLIC HEALTH. SAFETY AND I SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE PURPOSEOF Affairs Small Cities Block Grant 1990 In Bradford County.
FICTITIOUS NAME City Hall, 209 N. Thompson Street GENERAL WELFARE AND TO MINIMIZE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; Program. Consultants must have a 8/234tpd9/13
Stark. Florida 32091. up to and until 10 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LOSSES DUE TO PROVIDING DEFINITIONS IMPOSING minimum of three ((3)) years experienceIn
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida A.M., September 10. 1990. Informationon FLOOD CONDITIONS IN SPECIFIC AREASBY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT: DEFINING IMPROVED Community Development Block Grant .
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the bid procedures, specifications, and PROVISIONS DESIGNED REPEALING PARCELS AND UNITS TO BE Application preparation Proposals will
undersigned Susan Goodner, Rt 1 Box current benefit are available upon request BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE NO.. ASSESSED: ESTABLISHING SPECIAL be evaluated using the following
192 Lawtey Florida 32058. sole owner from the City Clerk at the 899. ASSESSMENT RATES: PROVIDING FOR criteria: ((1)) Firma experience In CDBG
doing business under the firm name of obovesaid address. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the LIEN AND ENFORCEMENT OF SPECIAL application preparation ((2)) Firms years
Past & Present, Rt 1 Box 971, Lawtey. BY: LINDA WISE 10th day of September, 1990. at 10:00: ASSESSMENT: ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE experience in CDBG programs, ((3))
Florida 32058 Intends to register said CITY CLERK A.M. the Bradford County Board of DATE. Reasonableness of cost in Application
fictitious name under the aforesaid CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA County Commissioners, In regular session NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the preparation; ((4)) Quality of Client
statute. 08162tchg0823 to be held at the Board Meeting 10th day of September 1990 at 10:30 References provided. Interested firms
Doted this 16 day of August A.D. 1990In PO4028 Room at the Bradford County Courthouse A.M. the Bradford County Board of must submit a statement of qualification "The" l I. the most commonly used
Bradford County. Stark. Florida will hold a by 12:00 p.m. on the 28th day of .
08164tpd0906 . . . . . . . . . public hearing on the proposed enactment County to Commissioners be held at the,Boards In regular Meeting session August, 1990. to Mayor J. D. Grlffls. Post word in written English.Church

NOTICE OF BID for adopting Ordinance No. 90-5. Room at the Bradford County Courthouse Office Box 428 Raiford Florida 32083.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Th. substance of the proposed ordinance Starke, Florida will hold a The Town of Raiford Is an Equal Employment of God of Prophesy, Inc.:
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA The Bradford County Board of County Is establishing a Flood Ordinance public hearing on the proposed enactment Opportunity Employer The Townof 2138 N.
Commissioner will open sealed bids on to prevent or regulate the construction for adopting Ordinance No. 907. Raiford ,...rv.h,right to reject any
PROBATE DIVISIONFile Monday September 10. 190 at 10:00 of flood barrier which will unnaturally The substance of the proposed .ordinance and all proposals. Pastor W:T. Laney
No. 9O-71.CP a.m. In the County Commissioners divert flood water or which 8/231tcg 964-77H.'
IN RE: ESTATE OF Meeting Room at the Bradford County may Increase flood hazards to otherlands. assessment Is to for establish Emergency funding Medical by special Services LEGAL NOTICE -;::;'.,.-.K M SERVICESSunday. <' ,.v '

MABEL PATRICIA BURNS Courthouse, Stark, Florida for a 1991 Will also repeal Bradford County (EMS)for the health and welfare ofrtltliens The Suwanne River Economic Council .. ...10 am &: o pm
I Modular Ambulance.For Tut*. ... .12 Noon
Deceased.NOTICE. Type Ordinance No. 89-9 in its entirety.All of Bradford County;: Florida'' Inc. Board of Directors will hold a .. ; i ir1'dTJwsGi
of the Wtd.;. :. ... 7JOpm'lFri
'" OF ADMINISTRATION copies specifications or anyquestions Interested parties .are jnvlted! to _..AI.................parti** are...Invited to ...._lIn" of the,:Board of Directorsotl( : ...4ii.4uwf2- .Nooq 1tr
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regarding thl.llid. please contact .
The administration of th. estate of Bradford present their comment at the time and present their comments at the lime and Monday August 27 1990. 7:30 P.M. at .. . ... .. ..730pm -.
Cliff Director,
Chapman
MABEL PATRICIA BURNS DECEASED. File place set forth above. place set forth above. the Holiday Inn In Lake City Florida.
Number 90-17-CP Is pending In the Circuit County Emergency Services, 812A North Persons are advised that if they Persons are advised that If they Frances L.Terry-SREC Inc. -
Bradford Florida Grand Street Stork. Florida 32X191. decision mode at Come Worship With Us
Court for County decide to appeal any decide to appeal any decision made at 8/231tchq
the address of which I I. Phone ((904))964-6911. Sealed bids can be will need. record of
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Probate Division this hearing they this hearing, they will need. a record of BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
P.O. Drawer B. Starke, Fl 32091. The mailed or hand delivered to the BradfordCounty the proceedings, and for such purpose, the proceedings, and for such purpose, STARKE
Courthouse, Clerk of Court P.O. Comer of Pratt and ChristianSun.
of the personal that verbatim
nom and address they may need to ensure they may need to ensure that verbatim
representative and the personal Drawer B. Stark. Florida 32091. before record of the proceedings. Is mod, record of the proceedings Is made CHURCH OF GOD School 9:45: am .
are set forth the aforementioned dot and tlm. which record Includes the testimony and.vld.nce 422 N. SLCUtl '"-56&5 .
representatives attorney which record Includes the testimony and Sun. Morning Worship 11:00 am
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS which... Is to be Pastor David Pleasant
below upon appeal evidence upon which the appeal Is to be : Sun. Evening Service 7:00:
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT pm
All Interested parsons are required to based. based. W9 Invite you to worship with us
file with this court. WITHIN 3 MONTHS ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS. Dated this 14th day of August, 1990. .DATED this 14th day of August. 1990. Attended Nursery Wed. Night Service 7.00pm:

FROM TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION Maxl Carter, Chairman BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Sundsy School ._?._____. roam Pastor Ronald Hannah
CF THIS NOTICEl( ) all claims against the Board of County CommluionersRay BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Morning Worship .____- 11 snEvtnlnc
." 01. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Norman RAY NORMAN CLERK OF THE COURT .I Servlos ._...______ 6 pas Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
person on whom this notice Clerk of Court 8/16 2lchg 8/23 RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT W.dne.dsy. Youth ._...._...__. 7.30pm ProclaimIng/ Tht Blood TIlt Book,Blessed Hope

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I Fans Get First Look at 90-91 Tornado, Gridders Friday Night. I'

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The first night football scrim- Coach Hurse laid Wednesday after Coach Rune is "very pleased" inings,wlii"o took over the retiring -180-11; Jorge Acevedo, No. 61, Quarterback':-1 Reggie Sheffield,
mage,billed as the Scarlet and Gray noon. with the way practice have been go- veteran defensive coordinator Mike 160-11; Phillip Crawford, No. 62, No. 11,155-12; Julius Harden,No. 10,
game,Is set around 8 p.m.tomorrow Two running backs have quit the ing. "The kids and coaches are Sexton. Coach Jerry Kammskl Is 195-11; Jason Norman, No. 65, 160-12.
night (Friday, Sept. 24). team since two-a-day practices working hard. handling the defensive secondaryand 180-12 Josh Lewis, No. 88, 185-11. Running back: Allen Jenkins, No.
The scrimmage will follow the began Aug. 15. Coach Hurse Is still "I think we're going to have a very receivers. Tackles: Mike Swanson, No. 70, 13, 17Q.12; Wyndell Hampton,No.22,
29th annual Parent's Night set for 7 hoping! several other players, who fine offensive line. Coach (Lanier) Coach Mike Guiterrez Is headingthe 195-11; Joey Sardo, No. 71, 175-11; 155-10; Robert Hankersori, No. 23,
p.m.Friday.Varsity and junior var- haven t showed yet,"will come out. Clyatt"has done a.great job with JV staff again this season. The Shauntel Houston, No. 74, 195-11; 170-12; Clyde DeSue, No. 30, 200-12( ;
sity cheerleaders and football "It has been hot, Coach Hurse them. other two JV coaches are Harvey Clayton Manning, No. 76, 195-12; James Daniels, No. 31, 160-10; Joe
players will be Introduced. Parentsare acknowledged. There are seven sophomore Lofton and Brett Purdy. Coach Jonathan Ferguson, No. 63, 170-10; Gordon, No. 32, 155-10; Gernard
urged to attend Head Practices have been alternated players on the 1990 varsity, com- Hurse believes there is more raw Jason Howard, No. 51, 215-12; Bill Williams, No. 33, 180-10; Charles
Coach David Nurse, beginning his between scrimmages and half speed pared to one last year. And it ap- talent on this 9th grade team. Campbell, No. 52, 175-12; West Boyd, No. 40,18011.Wideouts .
34th season of Bradford High footbalL drills as coaches attempt to keep the pears that all seven will play, and Moody, No.> 72, 215-11, Shawn
__ young player in good condition but some will start, says Coach Hurse. Varsity players,position, are: Jenkins,No. 75. 215-11.
Due to nagging- injuries not too tired.Wednesday. The 1990 BHS football team, com- Center: Wyatt Collins, No. 53 : Terry Berry, No.9,
the to football ing off two 9-1 seasons,is experienced 195-12 ((195 IDS, grade 12); Jamie Ends: Larry Shannon, No. 80, 165-12; Vinnie Blye, No. 20, 155-10;
players be limited scrimmage to will probably afternoon was the an- offensively, but has a rebuilding Redding, No. 50, 175-11; Ken 160-10; Kwambea Strong, No. 82, Tramell Jones No. 21, 190-12;
quarters, rather than eight 12 minutes minute nual swim party at Coach Hurse's. job to do on the defense. Getting the Carlton, No. 73, 18511. 155-11; Andy Goodowns, No. 85, Eldrlch Sconiers, No. 41, 165-12;
home on Kingsley Lake. rebuilding job Is Coach RolAnd Cum- Guards: Donte Williams. No. 60. 210-12. Chris Snow, No.!. _3, 160.11.
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i Starke Recreation Department Offers Fall ProgramsNow '-' Looking to Sell, Rent,

that summer is coming to a Flag football is for ages 912. from 3:15 to 4 p.m. Advanced beginners will handed out the day of their first
close, It's time to begin thinking 'I Clinics will be conducted the same will have class from 4:15 5 game.All .
about the after school programs offered days as soccer, Sept. 24, 25, 27 from p.m. Tennis classes are scheduled of these programs can be Buy Your Best Betis
by the Starke Recreation 4-5 p.m. at Pratt Street Fie d. > each Wednesday at Pratt Street tennis played by boys and girls,says Director or
Department, and which'your child Games will begin the week of October courts. Godwin.
might participate In, says Recreation 1 1. The days the games will be Registration fee for soccer and "We may be having a few other
Director Cheryl Godwin. 1 played will be determined by the football is $10, to cover the cost of a special events during the fall, so the Classifieds!
Registration Is set August 27 :I number who register. T-shirt and award,and must be paid keep in touch so your child can take
football 21 for soccer, Tennis classes will begin Sept. 26. by Sept. 21. advantage of all the fun," says Ms.
flag and tennis. Age deter- :a Wednesday. The first class willbegin Godwin.
mining date is how old your child I at 3:15: p.m. for ages 612. At Tennis classes are free. The .. ..
will be Sept. 21, Ms. Godwin says. 1 this clinic participants will be divid- Recreation Department will furnish I
Soccer is for ages 47. Clinics are ed into two classes: Beginners and balls and racquets to use in class for
set Sept. 24, 25, and 27 from 3:15 to 4 Advance Beginners. After the first those who do not have a racquet. I
p.m. at Pratt Street Field. Clinic thp toPilnprv !.1.! ... will .... Schedules for soccer and football Re-Elect
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Coed


Softball, Volleyball $' Joe 6I

I Leagues .for_Fall

The Starke, Recreation Depart-
ment is organizing the Coed Softball I
League for this fall. If you are In- y lS RIDDICK
terested in having a team in the '
League, contact the Recreation t
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Department at 964-6792 by Friday,
September?.1990. You must have at
least three women on the field at all
Commissioner Dist. 4
times in this league. We use one um- County
pire and the home team Is responsible y,
for keeping score. The cost is 4
$9.00 per game, which Is paid to the
umpire before the game begins .
The League usaully plays from the Bradford Co. North Central Florida
Representative
last week in September through the on Regional
end of November or the first of Council vice
Planning serving as chairman to council.
.December,with games being played I
-on Tuesday i nights T only'one game a Bradford Co. Representative on New River Solid Waste
week).
i i Coed Volleyball is offered throughthe Association Board of Directors

program VoTech and.Community organized Education by the Active Member of Hope Baptist Church

Recreation De rtment. Games are Active Member
Monday evenings at the of Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association
played on >. .
Middle School Gym.If Retired from A T & T and Previous. Owner of R & S Telco, Inc.

In yor this are league interested, contact In participating the Ricrea-- Attended Workshops and Am'Prepared to Assist in the Local ..

Won Department 9B44799bjuFriii. Comprehelisive"Planning''Development Act Due'iri1991'f r' '
day, September 7,1990.Patray
Bradford Co.

Three Children, all graduates of Bradford High School, and

Spears Three Grandchildren.I .

Take 3rd PlaceIn

Tournament promised you four years of my best as a working

"Starke residents Marcus Pay 4( l 1. a I Commissioner Representing you at workshops
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and Jim Spears took third place in
the 1990 Florida State Doubles Boys conferences and miles to
meetings traveling
14 and under division. / more
The tounament was held in Ft. Seven')_-o1d Brian Melvin with Us trophies be woo In two golf I
'Lauderdale this past weekend, tournament find solutions to complicated problems than all othe
August 18-19. Over 300 teams par-
in the event. Commissioners combined.
ticipated
Brian Melvin Wins One Golf

Patray's stepfather Van 1
Dubolsky, won two state titles with Tournament Places in AnotherSeven
his partner Leo Marsocci of Tampa. THIS I HAVE DONE!
Dubolsky and Marsocci defended
their State Championships In the year old Brian Melvin won 25-26-51, a 6 hole score, winning by
Men's 35and the 40- divisions. the Annual Tom's Tournament one shot.
Earlier this summer Dubolsky and August 2-3, In the seven and under Brian played with his father Gene I still do not have all the answers to all
holes he shot this weekend
Marsocci won two gold medals at the division. In three Melvin past August
Sunshine State Games. They are the 10-11-21. The closest shots to him 18-19 in the Father-Son State Championship
but with God's
and Your VoteI
current national champions in the were 9-10 strokes out. Tournament at Disney problems, Help
40category.. August 14-15 Brian played in the World and finished fourth. This
44th Annual PeeWee Tournament at tournament was sponsored by the Promise to Continue Seeking and to Serve to
the Marrtot World Center in Orlan-', Florida State Golf Association at
do. He won the six and seven Kissimmee and played on the
year the Best of My Ability. Thank for Vote
Spanish Festival Set old division beating twenty six Magnolia Golf Course at Disney you your
children in that division. He shot World.
In St. Augustine and your Trust for the Future.
The St. Augustine OJ Jaycees and Keystone Heights Golf:>> Club Adds 9 Holes I

Chamber of Commerce will presentthe Heights- Golf and new nTe holes i project two Y
festival of Spanish music, food Country The Keystone Club has added nine new ago. '7 STILL MAKE HOUSE CALLS"
and dancing Friday through Sunday, holes to the course using donations> Directions to the Keystone
Aug. 24-26 at the corner of Hypolita from club members.The Golf and Country Club are: Come rsJ
and St. George streets in St. official opening for the new on Speedville Road,park car by Pel.PoL Ad.v.-Dem.
Augustine's historic district. Thereis nine holes is 10 a.m. Saturday, and walk. For more
no admission cost.Call 797-7321 for August 25.People call Mr. Tuttle, publicity
information. at 4751210. --- .
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I One 81X( 'Ruo and SxTs 18 Mini-Portraits," 10 Wallets, 24-Billfolds'1--, > I As A County Commissioner, I will meet with all the elected officials in the

--dp..w5c.. IP.alair/Pw.e/ -UmII_WCM/a.WO.PWSLt/ Sct MC..nea I 'Courthouse as many times as needed to familiarize myself with then budgets,

I M.6.*.graumftThurs.. .ev.ar.AlosX" 'nor..ew'.m.....a..dPoaN.r..w.arloM.rear .. ,..... I make better
rvsM.......w r..nevp' +&axooar +q.ac ourarcdon.I their revenues, and their expenditures so that at Budget time can

through Monday. Aug. 23-27 decisions which will always be based on what is best for Bradford County,

I Daily 1OOO a.m. to 7:00 p.m. never on politics. I will always have an open mind for suggestions from the

Sunday WAL 12OO, to ART 5:30 p.m.. I general public, county employees, and the business sector on ways to operate. a

1371 S. Walnut St. Starke better and more efficient county government.

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Council on Crime

LIGHT ALCOHOL 1 IOZ and
TEXAS OR DARK FREE CANS 3.79 Delinquency

SOIPEARL IMPORTED MEXICO R 1-120Z.BIL9. 3 49 Installs New OfficersIt's
l.OOOper week in and 1,000per
REGULAR H20Z. f 99 week out, E. Guy Revell Jr., chairman -
OR LIGHT CANS of the state Probation and
I
RID, WHITE & BLUE 7C S Z. 6.49 Parole law enforcement Commission personnel told some here 200

1 recently.
Outgoing President H. Edward
( Sands,of Chapter V,Florida Council
CRUZAN on Crime and Delinquency (FCCD),
DELAC019H acted as master of ceremonies at a
'RUMWHITE June 29 awards and installation sup

OR GOLD BRAY
per.Held at the John Whitehead farmin

[Z [ ] = '1'29! guests Union were County served members barbequed and

599 chicken, baked beans, cole slaw and
ILTR M L corn on the cob, at the outdoor set-
ting.Several.

DAY W f door prizes area which businesses were given donated to the
7 I l lq REGULAR lucky winners throughout the even-
SALE p.1dges? Od/ : OR LIGHT ing and a special thanks was givento
-_ Sheriff (retired) John Whiteheadfor
c
1s\tter REGULAR,LIGHT R GOLD t )J4ilvua/uIee use of the facility. Prizes were
8 I / 1 A : o donated by Fashion Shop,Pizza Hut,
I Goodtlmes Video,Burger King,Den-
/9 ny's. Dexter's Gourmet Cafe, Mit
1 I 1 I 1202 9 399 che i's Drug Store, Farmer's Fur-
s 12PKMflBMiYBlIB CANS j 12 OZ.I niture, The Beautique, TerwillegarFord
.
750 ML
/ : if ---r CANS, Subway Sandwich Shopp. Son-
ny's Bar-B-Que and Aardvark
I ( wV.a.LwN ..Mk9wr Video.
II I 1/ iI COUPON FOR
I I N. 1 I I 1 1 I OFFBEEFEATER Guest speaker was E. Guy Revell,
lft$1.00 I Jr. chairman of the Parole Commis-
l sion, who reviewed a study done
CHINAS HARVEY'S ; BOMBAY 'Emimoff CAI recently by his commission,wherein
Iwo.ns WQUW ow I ODOA( f F $ e incoming inmates were screenedand

REGAL SCOTCH GIN PRy
i LtuTIA 99,1 LTR.-Z.O 1"u mra following There are interesting about 1.000 facts new inmates:
,4099 149 Nl Nli 2299 tiM 14 I 3.99IA1.E wmnlf" received by Florida Prisons each
.
LT" 750 ML LTR.Tss. 8.99s? -1.00 c_ week. "One thousand per week in
CS. OF 245.94 CS. OF 8. $89.94 CS. OF 8 $137.94 CS. OF 12-$119.11 CS.OF 8f $89.94 CS. OF 6-$65.94 WlTHTHI. one thousand per week out," saidRevell
I' 2U9 COUPON Indicating that Florida
CERTIFIED prisons are filled to capacity and for
StoOchnaya
BOODLES mint
JtB tlJe. Q mDCCIMIU MOUTH every new inmate received, one
British Gin 80 ,VODKA t VODKA 1; WITH THIS CUTOUT must be paroled to make room.
one-third of inmates
COUPON FOR About new
SCOTCH SCOTCH GIN 10.99LI GII.RUM $7.00 OFF have no prior record. Ten percent
Ail -1.50 .. have three or more past felony convictions -
239 1199' ,,,, 99 '99 <4.-.4_. and 35 inmates received

w 750 ML 750 ML 'A9 AFTOKU1I inLTR.. that week had eight or more prior
CS. OF 132.50 CS. OF 12-$113.88 CS. OF 59.94 ON THE PURCHASE OF GROISCH felony convictions.
CS. OF 6$140.94 CS. OF 12 -$155.88M CS. OF 131.88 LAGER BEER + Some new Inmates DOC officials
CONSUMER Offer good on one Six.Pack. meet at the door and send home he
i
JohnnieWalker Cutty BURN d fLElSCHM.4>>1Jon 01 Grohch Premium::.a'.a'o.M said, but only so that the state will be
LNnR om housMwM to
FGilbeYy$ '! ,). pec
GIN FblMaro./aem.d. / legal drMiIng/ ago able to keep others longer.
Sark EXPIRATION DATE:AUG.2J,1990 When parole dates are moved up,
Gin. 1.7S12.99 SAL VODKN VODKA or back, it is because of recommendations -
RED

--4 12 99 750 ML 219t SCOTCH! 750 ML LTR.-2 10.99CS. .00 "UATI J a"' 1 299 L 999 E Parole Corrections About made 9 Commission or, he 10 by said.new the positions Department have in been the of


r CS. OF 155.88 CS. OF 8. $131.!94' FREE OF -$78.95 CS. OF 12-$148.00 CS. OF 59.94 / REGULAR,LIGHT,ALE authorized by the legislature for this I I

i' area, he said.
'
ABSOLUT TARKOV 69 "Starke is Growing" he said. I
1 1 1 1 I IDlMr s-PK ,7 DL Prison expansion apd inmate
80 VODKA CANS population Increases,require, more
VODKA 1+ v x r .rrv a. .
ABC CANADIAN: __, parole personnel.Lana
ao h' Intake
en: RED Arnold Corrections
JtW KENTUCKY P1EMIUM 84.8 I 199 investigation administrator, also
BEAM BM THE PREMIUM N,M THE 1'199 I U: WHITE spoke, stating that the 134 new Probation
.
BOU9BON BOTTLENOTTNEPRICE "H11 & BLUE and Parole Commission positions -
t Ii CS. OF 12-$143.88 CS. OF 8.$65.94 A BLUE' authorized by the legislaturethis
1399 12 """'- 1999 1 249 49 year, are slightly less than
1.76 0L previous appropriations.
: CS. OF 6 $114.95 1 1 24-CS11 An appropriation of $4.2 million
t CS. OF 8 S81.S 1 1
CS. OF 8 $77.94 CS. OF 8. 80.94 w through the Drug Punishment Act

Sl<' this legislative session will largely
CD.D MYERSS
CanadianMist asRAiA.RLJM with
XD QPWlZ be designated for contracting
II IDJ DARK RUM private drug treatment facilities for
iwHU.n.Mrx. Ir GOLD OR WHITE treatment and counseling, she In-
BLACK LABEL 8S' PROOF 17512.99 SALE J.Vt e 17512.99 SALE 750 9.99 SALE LIGHT OR DARK dicated.

Mif LTR2.00 mum W- f.TR.-2.00 ML2.00 :an 99 Special Awards...

} 14LTR.? 12LTR.? f;; .Ii, 10.99:11 13750ML< > .99 A'A'n 7.99 a".An 6-PK A uL Four Distinguished Service
Awards are presented each by
; CS. OF 172.95 CS.OF 12.$149.88 CS. OF 8 $77.94 CS. OF 12. $159.95 CS. OF 6-$77.94 CS. OF 12-$119.88Seagram's Chapter V, said Sands, year in lour

categories. The awards this year
WHO
JfISCHMAN: TOM SIMS LOWENBRAU were presented to the following who
1 f PREFERRED *. 4 p ClVl.RI' CANADIAN_ served with distinction in the
i+ i YR..r KENTUCKY .vlo 1t11.S.LI.JtJi.14tl ZURICH category of the award.In .
BLEND BOURBON ,1.7512.99 SALE 17512.99 SALE SCOTCH IMPORTED SWISS the area of Judicial Criminal
.? I LTR. o MA M I Justice, Circuit Judge Elzie Sanderswas
R j -4.UU LTfl.-3 99
L.n .00 :wI
,r V9'9 w u o I 99 honored for his continued rank-
a 099 A ** *xfa6.PKlli'jSl\ ing by his as most effective
.I 10.99:11 1TJLTR. peers
9.99:11 if LTR.
: = t tJ:. Judge in the Circuit.
.'' CS. OF 8 .$83.94 :1 FREE ca i CS. OF 8. .94 CS.OF 125.94 CS. OF 12.'$119.88 Leonard B.Register,III,State Attorney

tll ," h for the 8th Circuit, was
the Service
presented Distinguished
S, 111..1. :..1:1:1: ] ":I'W I--'Hlil=- "UG:>WIN ESALE'' 1II1:1:: 4 1 [ 'nl I=--0II=- 1II11.F\'I'JI\ IfI.." =II BUSCH Award in the field of Criminal
Justice for "emphasis on prosecuting
*IL : : : 3.99 BUSCHl NATURAL LIGHT the habitual criminal.''
Rose'K Dr. Dianne Medical Ex-
Rechtine
Mateus : > 'f. : '10.49 v= { 49 ecutive Director at the North

11" ABC LT1 2.99 Piper Heldsleck:' IU9! = ':M 10.99 tmt Florida Reception Center, was
Rullino Chianti Clmslco I M 5.99 -R=a=- Beringer CAM honored for Distinguished Service in

: Duboeul GW..N.ri :U: 5.99 Traklo ". LL' 4.99 *perrler JoueJ =' 11.19 R. Mondavi = :M 7.99 the emplary field service of Corrections beyond the for call"ex-of

Black Tower ..=... Z. 3.99 Gallo ..: m..Ea'30. L\:. 5.49 ;t Gold Seal 8.19 louis Martini L.w::.L :M 4.99 duty."
In the field of Law Enforcement,
cella l&mbnisco L\:. 8.49 *DomalDl CIIImdoI ..:::. :M 13.99 "
Graham ..W;: M 38.99 Sebastlanlsebasllanl raLm :t 6.49 Blue Ribbon Sheriff Lou Hindery of Alachua

*bculet-Yerdlene ..!.a._ :M 18.99. Togo Sangria Red Lrl. 8.49 :'I Korbel Aa:'- :M 9.99 _-::... :M 4.99 REGULAR LIGHT County Service, Award received for the his Distinguished long years of

ladolCockturn -==- :M 5.99 Glen! Ellen .=. LU' 5.49 Tons = :M 5.71 CIIrd. $I. MlclDallt{ "'=: :M 5.99 t4 ,:ot diligent state service as Sheriff to.of the Alachua communityand County -

"::' :'J: 13.49 Rlon" L\1 5.79 Great Western .-0.Y M 5.99 logtenook = :M 6.99 .
(ITEM W TH ARE AVAILABLE IN LARGER ABC TOES UMUYISebastJani
iiboulet-Terclem, .later. .,.... 8.411I Gallo --- M 2.99 Officers Installed...
I Officers who were installed for the
,.. TAYLOR SU1'L
Blue Nun UebfrmrniilchChoi. ML 4-49 --.......__ CALIFORNIA : 9.49 LOWENBRAU coming year to guide Chapter V,
'' -.: HOME- Sebastian! = :ft 4.99 FCCD, are:
Du Glona 12.49
AK ....- ZINFANDEL f IBJ S __ __. LIGHT OR DARKRendallackson President moving up from vice-
M.rIw.1awa.
Mouton Cadet :: :: 5.99 49 [aA99 HH */Iordln := :ft 17.99 the president Probation,Linda and Kay Parole Gillingham office in of

*Chaleaunlckenbe r= :M 19.99 6 1.5 LTR. SIJ 379 .::. :ft 9.49 r Gainesville; vice-president, movingup
1-5 LTR.C.OF8.$3894. ML: &PKxRAL, ,. from treasurer. Dr. Norman
,> :M 4.49 CS.OF 6.$29.94 PSJ cs OF 12.$45.48. Sterling = :ft 12.99 Sliwa dentist at Lawtey Correctional -
Institute; treasurer Pat

lose Cuervo n:a :ft 13.43ft Sunrise Tequila s... TM 12.43 BARTLES Honour at,Union correctional Correctional probation Institution officer -

U ff: 13.99 COUNTRY CLUB and newly elected to office as
8.99
(lagermelster __ : 18.99 Entmel's ft Kahlua
secretary, Wiley Clark Investigatorfor
Courvolsler VS :M 15.99 BoulalnaSamsuca ..=. LTR. 3.49 ._ Appleton 3 Rum X 9.43 JAYS MALT. ,LIQUOR the state attorney at the Brad-
ford County office.
'Harvey's :: ft 7.99 Romano ft 13.99 E R | Brandy 2, 7.9 CPA. 219 "Ill.
-
Drambuie ........ ft 19.99 = DeKuyper( _' : 11.99 Born a CU 2? 11.99 0F24. 117.94 CAllIBITI

The FCCD...
--'T The Florida Council On Crime and
Diii.Afi n I unnuf; unn 7f'-1 I IFLEISCMMAMli'S I NHMT.MWtf 77
1 Delinquency is a non-profit corporation
I I I 1 .
KESSLEBBUND '
POPOV 1
I dedicated to promoting high
VODKA I IN I I professional standards and an
educated citizenry in the field of
.
9.69 1 11.49 iii I 11.99 iia criminal justice.
.PU 151.1a.MM/ ..I bI M1 w4al.I .rI a.wl1t./ ... Chapter V, the local unit covers
several counties In northeast
AdSal12B I r maui.ASMbi n
F I $EI0AT.
WDMESUT mm nCAMSI
Florida, and trace its history backto
l 1 I GALLO : I I WH1TIPAXTA6EB I i! INGLENOOK, lu an older organization called the

I WHITE / : I; VEBMOUrr I I : I CHABLIS Florida Probation Association.

5.49 Ii. C i 1.99' I I .99 in i 3.$9 iiiI. Through to focus the years the attention FCCD has of continued its-

I re.arts./s.. ...alYr wlbB/M 1 MI a.AIM I/CMMI 1 Pr.O..Ie..LI..1 members and the citizens of Florida
upon the needs of the state's
criminal justice systems.
1
J B i 1 1' $ 1Jj6' ,O LionlmIi duthby a Board organiza of

I.! : I Governors consisting of five elected
/ ( state officers and the president of
each chapter, which number 19,
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h. employee at the Winn-Dixie Marketplace in Starke.den*fr*job,part of
w h' the Supported Employment Program at Sunshine Industries will enable
him to help pay bills when he moves into his own apartment with his friend
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Last year Tommy and Glen both
developmentally disabled became
Involved In the Sunshine Industries
Supported Employment Program.
.Through the highly successful com- D ;
munity program the two were plac- rffifti
ed In the first jobs they have ever _
had and began showing everyone _
.they could be productive citizens in
their community.
But one year later the two have
decided being productive isn't

enough.their Independence They want more.. And They want this In Stock For Immediate Delivery
September they will get their wish.
Tommy and Glen will be the
pioneers of the Bradford Association

1 of Retarded Living Citizens Program Supportive a new Independent 1990 4 Dr. Prism '1990 Delta 88 Brougham (2 in stock) 1990 Full SizeSilverado

allows program persons in Bradford with developmental County that 1990 GEO Storm 1990 Olds.Touring Sedan Extended Cab
disabilities to live on their own in
homes their dreams of their of living choice normal and realize livesin 1990 Cutlass. Supreme SL 1990 Chevy Caprice (2 in stock) 1991 S-10 Blazer

their community. ,
"Working in the community was a
big step for Tommy and Glen"said
Jane Minesinger coordinator of
BARC's Supportive Independent You've Heard About the ..10 Y .
Living and Supported Employment 187 Plckur .o Buick Labi. .
programs. "They wanted more.The One cyl., 4 sp., One Owner,PS,
next step was Independent living." Plush One Owner Used : srWSh Letter Tires, :Miles PW,P LTIIt I
In the Supportive Independent Cruise,Vinyl Top,

Living the disabled Supported 1 and Program persons wish Employment to who developmentally move are involved into their Program in- Car 'Sale... Only Driven $ 5995 J AM/FM Miles WlraWhBote Can.:,.LowBy' $9995

own homes are allowed to do so. '
Every decWon from where they "The Little QlefLady11 .
want to move to what J
furnishings
they want to buy Is their own. Church .88. S-1O Bluer i use Chevy Pldk p
Under the program Tommy and to on
Glen, long-time friends will move _. 6Sunday..well
OneOwner.
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Into an apartment together and live
on their own for the first time. Folks Cyl.4 Sp..PS.PB One Owner,
With their newfound independence :Air.AMFMCats. t $ V-8.PS. PB. $
however, also comes1' ..Rally Air AM/FM
the responsibility of learning the HERE THEY ARE!! .Whe s&More Stereo.Only...
necessary skills of living on their
own.Those skills are taught through
supportive living coaches.
For the last two months Tommyand
Glen have been learning from
and Supportive Living
Coach Helen Vaughn what they need
to know to make It on their own. QJ
"They learn cooking, kitchen
cleaning relationship building,safety '
and aid human nutrition .
human growth skills, shopping! and
money management.," meter

said.After years of having decisions u.s. 301 NORTH YOUR TRUCK
DEERFOOT VILLAGE
made for them the two are now.lear
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they decide what to cook and HEADQUARTERS 964-6537
what to buy" Minesinger said.
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Page 28 TFI.KfiHAPII.TiMKS*J1NI1'OItS"l'TION August 2.1: ,JlIIMI

according Chief Deputy Pat Henry
Ing the month of July where the victims He was released from custody Starke Man Changed Recent Arrests and Deputy Gurd.m Smith Pefue
Police Beat had tires on their vehicles Aug. 20 after a surety bond was charged with two counts of bat-
In Bradford CountyThe was
With VCR
slashed or punctured postwl Stealing of a law enforcement officer.
tery
Additional charges may h< pen' Waldo A 21-year-old Starke man turne'dhimself following arrests were m. .tu' Bond was set at al,000. .
by Carolyn Eaves ding. 2 Men Charged in after he learned he was by local authorities In Bradford
BCT Staff Writer In Traffic StopTwo being sought for the theft of a VCR County. Sandra Lee Barnes. 29, was ar-
Starke Woman Hampton Man Charged Waldo men were arrested from a residence in Starke. Robert Wayne Tyson, 27, was ar- a capias for retail
With AttemptingTo when their vehicle was stopped during Bruce Adrian Davis was arrested rested Aug. 17 for retail theft and fheffaccording to Lt. Aderholt. She
In ShootingA cash
Charged Lure ChildrenA a routine traffic stop. Aug. 19 for burglary,grand theft,according resisting arrest without violence,ac- was released after a $146.50
48-year-old Starke woman was Driver of the vehicle, Jimmy Lee to Lt. David Aderholt. The cording to Patrolman W. S. Allen. bond was posted.
charged with shooting her boyfriendin 30-year-old Hampton man has Green,41, was charged with driving VCR was recovered in an oven Tyson was seen taking a bottle of
the leg in Lincoln City south of been charged with attempting to while license suspended, Improper behind a residence in Lincoln City, Mad Dog wine in Winn Dixie.He fled Herbert A.Clark,37,was arrested
Starke. lure children Into his van Aug. 18. tag, according to Lt. David said Aderholt. when confronted,breaking the bottle Aug. 17 on a capias for child abuse,
Carrie Belle King was arrested Roberto Rodriquez was charged Aderholt.A passenger In the vehicle, outside the store, said Allen. Tyson mterferring with custody,accordingto
Aug. 16 for aggravated battery witha with attempting to commit a Lardrell Roy Gadson, 31, tried to was also charged on cal ias with Lt. Aderholt. He was released
firearm, according to Lt. David criminal act and driving while hide an open pocket knife by sittingon Davis is charged with breaking a violation of probation by Lt. David $552 cash bond was posted.
Aderholt.King was in front of Poppa license suspended, according to !and was charged with carryinga bedroom window Aug. 19 at fl p.m., Aderholt. Bond was set at$1,547.75. after a
Sams at 10:40: p.m. talking to David Deputies Ron Davis and Michael concealed weapon, said Aderholl. climbing inside and removing the
Jones. King allegedly got mad and Paris. He was reportedly seen driv- Gadson was released after a $500 VHS VCR. Julian Valdez DeSue, 19, of Mid- Arrests 10B
shot at Jones with a 32 caliber ing around Hampton trying to get surety bond was posted. Green was Bond was set at $2,000 on the dlebury was arrested Aug. 18 at the gee page
revolver. One bullet struck Jones in children into his vehicle. released on his own recognizance. charees. county jail for involvement in a riot,
the left leg at his knee cap, said -
Aderholt. Jones, 66, was taken to
Bradford Hospital then transportedto
Alachua General Hospital, accor Winn-Dixie e
ding to Paramedics Dan Cuddingtonand

Bond Nelson for King Green.was set at$5,000.Of. G&EJ.1 Ns
fleers assisting in the investigatior
were Deputies Tim Giebeig, Jasoi P&\ICE
Bennett, Danny Thrift and Romar
Alvarez. \I. ,

Driver Hits Woman ,

Charged With DUI .
The driver of a 1990 Honda was 'I TtI'Jt."II'W" "' 1I'11'! _n_ I', ' charged in an accident after he PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING .WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
struck a pedestrian in the parkinglot STARKE
of 301 Liquors early Sunday mor- 470 WEST MADISON STRUT

ning.Wayne Hutchins, 26, was arrestedfor
driving under the influence,driv-
ing while license suspended,no valid
drivers license, according to .e
Trooper J. H. Horler. Hutchins Jean is W-D REGULAR GRADE 'A' .
charged with knocking Betty
Groves to the ground as she was 10-14 LB. SIZE
walking toward her car in the parkinlot
when he backed up rapidly. Hut-
chins left the parking lot but later BROADBREASTEDYOUNG
returned and was identified, said
Horler.
Groves, 46, of Glen St. Mary was
transported to Bradford Hospital for i _
minor injuries, according to
Paramedics Dan Cuddington and
Curtis Crawford.
Hutchins was released after a
$1,465.25 surety Man bond was posted. TURKEYS t LET'S TALK TURKEY

Lawtey With America becoming more health
Shot In Leg conscious, turkey Is meeting the demands for a
Carl "Pee Wee" Griffis was shot I L B healthy source of protein. Turkey Is naturally
in the leg Aug. 18 by two black men high In protein, low In fat, calories and

he according Griffis had picked was to taken up Lt.on by David Paul Rescue Lane Aderholt.to Road Brad-, High I In Protein, Low I In Calories I & Cholesterol I I serve cholesterol.up a great But best tasting of all WeD, It BroadbreastedTUrkey tastes good. So '

ford V spital by Paramedics Jerral real soon. tour family will be glad you did.
ohnson and "wayne Hardee and
tier Iran tod to Alachua

Genei avid.ay Johnson and CAROLINE GRADE 'A' 10-14 LB. SIZE SHENANDOAH WAMPLER FRESH TURKEY

EMT for Griffis his i wallet said the,-displayed hitch-hi.ers a firearm asked FRESH TURKEYS TURKEY SAUSAGE TURKEY BURGERS CUBE STEAKS

and shot him in the leg.The two men
then fled on foot. The unidentifiedmen '
remain at large,said Aderholt. i 813 A i"r.'t3' '
gge 2"1.LB. 159 $1&8 $117

Man With Charged BurglaryBy LB. LB. LB.

Juveniles FARMER'S CHOICE LOUIS RICH HUIESHEN LOUIS RICH

charged A 31-year-old with using Starke juveniles man to com-was GROUND TURKEY TURKEY FRANKS TURKEY PATTIES TURKEY' NUGGETS

mit a burglary of a residence last

week.The investigation of a burglary ofa
dwelling led to the arrest of four 21 2 1-LB $219 2-LB. $399 4-LB. S898
white male Juveniles Aug. 16,accor- PKGS. PKG. PKG.
ding to Patrolman Mack Short.Fur-
ther Investigation revealed that Jim-
my Nelson Carter had taken a key
from the residence earlier and In-
fluenced the juveniles to commit the t tt
burglary. Carter was charged Aug. .,
18 with solicitation to burglary, DELIJ y''d4 i
grand theft,said Patrolman Short. EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
Taken in the burglary were guns, pRCE uDW PRICE LJDW PRICE
a VC Recorder and other property.
Some of the property has been .
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recovered, said Short. Officers Involved
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in the investigation were AW s'
Stephen Smyth and Buck Buchanan. -
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he was released on his own

recognizance.The Juveniles. arrested for the .. TAKE HOME : I I

burglary were also charged with Lei. FRIED CHICKEN
seven counts of criminal mischief,
charges stemming.from cases dur- ==.. DINNER PACK
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LWO$M OLL $719
TWIN THEATRE =- LPG
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Starke 964-5451 iH1

OPEN EVERY NIGHT ALL VARIETIES

1$2.50'. SPEClAlJj11f DANISHCOFFEE t _

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Starts Friday,Aug. 24 fj
DARKMANRated EA COLA IMBECIlE SAUCE F.! i CEREALYOUR

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Friday 7:00: & 9:00: HAL SUPER SUB, HAM orTURKEY 12-PKS2I 690 $221
Sat. & Sun 5:00: ,7:05&9:05: FEAST -1 0=., .kL
Mon..Tu,Wad,Tfeur 7/45: only DELI FRESH. ML. I __.- aoxSANViEFESe
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AMERICA'S TOP $211 dt CHEESE . = APPLE JUICE . cut 990

: SECRET WEAPON I IE WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR FRge I CIINTU
:: Friday voo: onlY EA. CttACKIN' oooo SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES! COSMETIC $' 19'

EAnn To.Sot....*Sun WtThin 7:00.: 0:00 720: only DELi NACHOCHIPS iEOttfiilt PUFFS . 2.Wi:
1O'ft...990 ALL wmenes RAVB t
'*!.'ltnuU . fa I CRACKERS SHAMPOO GOOD NEWS
r STCQNBITIONEB ,
VaalOAT tIt1ANLAIN..foe, = $178
:: r. CINNAMON; or ONION FORS . Jl
CLASSIC 'Dftft1r..DUUD DELI $ ... -
Friday 7:05: Only "D BAGELS. . P58. 14-01.PKG. fi) S 7 PTICK

= Sat.&Sun 5:05 only : umraAU.DELI HCOULARrSMOKCD 11J.oL 17 DEODORANT . 1.tr $182
TURKEY $099 wm CHIIIIIWUf\8UNI .... .11..
g 301 DRIVEINStarke AMO'f nooTMin r .. .
BREAST. . $147 O'CEDAR ANGLER $
= 964-7484 DR. PEPPER . : BROOM . ;. u. U14II'1W1LIftJ
Fri. Sat. Sun.

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he could have bled to death," said cident on Little Lake Santa Fe has Pierce in Traffic Court Aug. 16 Darren James Moore chargedwith (DUI); fined$700,license suspended
News Briefs Delores, who said the accident occurred been released by Florida Game and where their cases received final unlawful speed; paid$128 fine. six months, attend advance driving
following family birthday Fresh Water Fish Coalro Isaion disposition. Richard Bruce Scaife charged under influence school, Tri County
party for David. According to Lt.David Thompson, with unlawful speed (69mph in Probation one year.
by Carolyn E>v.* Meng was ejected from the boat he has determined the SK boat own- Ricky Glenn Bunce found guilty 55mph zone); fined $108. Testone charged with drivingwhile
e BCT Sun Wrlt.rHampton and ran over, according to Lt. David ed by Jimmy Coleman did strike a unlawful speed 73mph in 55 mph Alex R. Simmons charged with license suspended (DWLS);
Thompson, with Florida Game and submerged object in the water causing zone); fined $124, is going to attend unlawful speed ((73mph in 55 zone); dismissed.
Man Injured Fresh Water' Fish Commission. a mechanical failure. What the defensive driving school. amended speed to 60/55. fined $72. Dennis M. Karazewski pled no
In Boating AccidentA Meng apparently fell from the vessel vessel struck remains a mystery. Ronald K. Crihfield found guilty Lisa Holmes, Timothy charged contest DUI; fined$700, attend DUI
over the bow while the boat was' There is no conclusive evidence of unlawful speed (72mph in 55mph with unlawful speed(79/55); pay$56 school, complete 50 hours community -
37-year-old Hampton man re- making a turn: Driver of the boat, what the object was whether it wasa zone); fined $120. court costs and attend school. service,Tri County Probation one
mains ,in serious condition In Kevin Meng, and passengers Chris turtle,alligator,a limb or the tires year, license suspended six months.
Alachua General Hospital following Meng and his wife were not injured. which were since removed from the William R. Deske found guilty Traffic Freddie DarreU Mack pled no con-
a Sunday evening boating accident. said Thompson.: lake, said Thompson.Four unlawful speed' ((64mph In 55mph Court test DUI; fined $437.50, attend DUI
David Meng,37,received multiple The investigation\ continuing, IPOI'le were injured when the zone); ordered to pay$88 court costs Non Jury TrialsThe school 50 hours community ser-
trauma to his left arm and was taken according to Lt. Thompson. bent suddenly jerked, turned around and dismiss. vices, license suspended six months,
by STAT-Flight to AG)!, according ami Mink' while returning to shore.., John Whitney Lyon found guilty following cases were heard Tri County Probation one year.
to Paramedics Cliff Chapman Dan unlawful speed (Ulmph in 55mph before Judge George H. Pierce in
Cuddington and Jimmy Davis. The Boat Struck ObjectIn Traffic Court zone); fined $116. Bradford County Traffic Court Aug.
severe six-inch gash will require 4 Accident Aug. 16 FinalsThe Rhonda Karen Martin found guilty 14.
July
several reconstructive surgeries, passing on a hill, curve, railroad Misdemeanor Court
according to Meng's mother The latest findings in the Investigation following defendants ap- crossing; ordered to pay $52 court Ernest Glenn Testone was found Debra June Bevins pled no contest
Delores. "We are lucky he In alive, of the July 4 boating ac- peared before Judge George H. costs. guilty driving under the influence disorderly Intoxication; two days in
: county jail with credit for time serv-
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> Billy Gene Dean charged with bat-
QUANTITY RIGHTS tery; placed on six months court

RESERVED.... .. l probation, ordered to stay away
i. 1 p _Ihiur+eypiuRCNOK6
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\ from premises of victim, don'tviolate
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1 Dewey W. Fowler pled no contest
THURS.-WED., disorderly Intoxication; 60 days
court probation, don't go on 301 Liquors
premises, do not violate any
laws fined $120,50 within 90 days.
Charles T. Swyers pled no contest
, battery; fined $172.75, pay within 30
4 days.Deborah.
Parks charged with
trespass after warning; dismissed in
open court.

WeD BRAND SELECT LEAN YOUNG-N-TENDER criminal Margaret mischief Williams; found charged not guilty with

U.S. CHOICE BEEF WHOLE or SKINLESS & BONELESS and dismissed.


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ROAST PORK LOIN BREASTS Items of InterestRick


Kimutis



the Skeet 20 guage resident ChampionStarke championship Rick Kimutis at won the

$ $ Zone 4 Skeet Championships in
$999 Savannah August 10. Rick was
awarded High Over All Junior title
$190 $290 last year and won the open event this
year by shooting a perfect score of
100. A total of 275 shooters competedfor
the championship with 20
shooting a perfect score. Rick
outlasted the other 19 shooters in a
LB. LB. LB. tense, sudden death shootoff.
BONELESS Rick,at 19,is the youngest shooterto
have won the 20 guage event in the
Zone 4 which Includes, Florida,
W-O BRAND US. CHOICE BEEP BONELESS SELECT LEAN LOIN HALF SLICED FREE MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee,

TOP SIRLOIN STEAK n >397 PORK LOIN . u, 208 FRYER DRUMSTICKS La 78 South Jamacla Carolina and Puerto, North Rico.A .Carolina,


.. .-.v e-- ".....+.- -, s r- '( 'V' .. '" ':'I"" "" ........ w .,.. w Business student at Florida in the State college University of-
'. '* Rick U the son of Edward and
W-D REGULAR
Y. a r, -D 'COOKED ,;" m\if 3 BOLOGNA ..- Community Edward Janet Kimutis and Sophie and the Kimutis grandson, all of of

HAM ( 1 or FRANKS State Bank Starke.

eel war a rs t of Starke Local Youths

9 9 gge THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: Attend National
$399 $6 Checking Traveler's' Checks
12-ox
3-LB Scout ConferenceThe
La. PKG.- PKa. Loan Savings Applications Account Credit Money Card Orders Applications Boy Bradford County Scouting

.IOHNeONVILU WHOLE SMOKED MINDLESS' Certificates 01) Deposit Night Depository District was well represented at Indiana
"NOW THAT1*ITAUAH"IUU8A08eM' Money Market Accounts Notary Public
State University last week
BEERBRATWUR3T $l 08 sL B''E. $488 W-D BRAND $929 HOURS: Three youth from Hampton Boy

. u w BACON . . 11 H CORN DOGS . u itCOMBINATION MON..wE 9 a.m..4 p.m. Supermarket/ Scout Troop 675 and one adult
represented the district at the National
LOUIS RICHTURKEY :DVFRI. 9am-8pm.. : : : Bank\}[ Order of the Arrow Con
TAILS HUGOS t 8 a m2 p m.
JOHNSONVILLE $ 42 fie 2 $300 ference.

,BRATWURST. . u. 308Slt OR NECKS .'. . PIZZA. . :1155 Traveling at their own expense to
the conference was Scout Master
MOWOUAU.V FROZENWHITING LOUIS RICH w-oeuceo!
TURKEY WINGS TURKEY and O. A. Advisor Hank Kyle,
$w99 SSe $279 Chapter Chief Billy Kyle, Past Chief
FILLETS. . . t OR DRUMSTICKS u HAM . . La Dwain Thompson and Secretary
'' Paul Martin.
HARVEST The group left Camp Echockoteeat
Doctors Inlet by charter bus with
EVERYDAY W CE / EVERYDAY FRESH seventy-one other youth and adults.
pW PRICE LICE White Water Rafting and a visit to
Mammoth Cave were also enjoyed
-- # j PRODUCE by the scouts on the trip.
--7 I The Conference activities con-
i Ss sisted of a week of competitive fun,
e leadership training, lodge functionsand
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I J ; 1 I Nature makes the produce. Boy Scout training The con
WlNN.DIXIE makes the difference. ference was attended by 6.900
a a dedicated scouters plus support
i I ALL PURPOSE staff

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HARVEST FRESH by Michael BrunettI,Manager
Santa Fe Auto Parts
YELLOW"V.'iDA'
964-5644
LOW EVERYDAY i/OW PRICE I VERY DAY tOW PRICE
PRICI SWEET CORN ,
1NOIVm COMBO Of PCPPERONI
; MIL SUPERBRAND $ 54 fOX bELUXE

" -" BLUE ARROW CHEESE ._ _....!.. 'sJf 2 PIZZAS . . "& EARS 8 $199 WARMUPEXERCISE

I DETERMENT ,SUPERBRAND ASTOR FROZEN Ih.. $'29 I ,

.,'.::;,:<,1/.. TEA . . GalORANGE JUICE eMI
\" .lMr-! FRENCH ONION, CUCUMBER,SACON/CHEMMN or
r. 12-1 IIACONIONION ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES I While it is correct observe in initial!
PAIL GREEN GARDEN .$109 CELENTANO '" $188 CALIFORNIAPLUMS "warm-up"period for an engine after I
DIPS cups I ENTREES . SIZE cold: Hart,this procedure should not be
ALLVumrnea THRIFT MAIOTROPICAL accomplished by tilling idly by in the.
dnvewiy.A"cold: Mart",or tint(but up of
SHOESTRINGPOTATOES '
8 -$100 'BREAKSTONEk. $127 2 20-$109 the morning.should be followed by drivingoff
COOLERS. SIll SOUR CREAM.w; . \ LiC 8811a gently.That ii,the car should be driven
allow RPM"i until the oil has a
MARKETPLACE' WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. L&PHARMACY away chance: to circulate all engine paru A
34/4O-CT: car ihould never b*high-revved until the
LAME HEADLESS SNOW CRAB I engine hat had a chance lo warm Ninety
percent cull engine wear occurs duringthe
SHOP OUR WINN-DIXII PHARMACY p WHITE SHRIMP CLUSTERS SWCCTRE8H29C first few minutes after start-up.Lon'fad
I For Your Prescription Needs. Our wamHipi(in excen of ten minutes)at
available to answer II' HARVEST FRESH ENOIVEESCAftOLILETTUCE. / / idle not only significantly reduce: gas
pharmacist are
advise $ R99 ShOD RoMAINe fleD or mileage,they will damage the catalytic
your prescription questions converter
GREEN
you of low cost generic drugs recordiJNARFNldt when LEAF2 $100 I
available have computerized tB LB. HEADS
keeping for your convenience accept FRESH SEAFOOD, ALL FLAVORS MAMZITTI'S De_of mile ge caps,hidden cats and
all major third party prescription SASHIM OKAOSj SALAD $ 29 exceuiv.us.charges when you(cue. These
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plans Including PCS-PAID and FRESH SEAFOOD $ 99 SWORDFISHSTEAKS $59B DRESSINGS columns an brought to you by SANTA FE
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L stock,and run a complete machine shop
service. Major credit cards honored. See
your'- service stubs or mechanic for
auto repaai.he ii a good customer of ours,
Lowest total Food Bill Everyday 100.Open M.P WtfO.SaLW.; Phone

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I :: FHP Troopers Credited With Saving Dogs Abandoned on US--301 : Ia


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,.. Florida Highway Patrol troopers and Hudson gave them water at 6 The dogs all suffered dehydration and- probably would right tires on the trailer blew Sunday Aug. 11 on 18 counts of cruelty to
:'1...received praise for their care and p.m. Those troopers were also called two miles north of Lawtey the trailer animals (felony charges), .aid Rt.
concern for 18 dogs left in a van away from the area before help have died in the near 100-degree heat had the troopersnot became stranded.Feehley unhooked Goodner.
north of Lawtey from Sunday to could be found. taken turns giving them water. from the trailer and after feedingand There are unanswered questions
watering the dogs travelled to concerning why Feehley abandend-
Tuesday.
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Clermont to a cousin! home where ed the does, a cross between Pek-
''' Trooper Donald Dean first noticed Since Bradford County does not Sunday and the van could be towedto had the troopers not taken turns giving he spent the night,' said Sit, ingene. Shin Tzu and Lhasa, duringthe
:t the abandonded disable trailer have an animal control officer or a them,they would accept the dogs, them water Goodner, He apparently returned to extremely hot weather but the
which carried the van Sunday after- dog pound, we were at the mercy of said Goodner. T & M wrecker was The complicated saga came the van Monday morning, fed the situation was complicated by Ryder
.;=:: noon. Unable to locate the owner,the the Alachua County Humane Society called and Jerry Hulsey towed the together Aug. 21 and an arrest was dogs and again returned Cler- rentals being unable to repair the
C trooper watered the dogs but then and Animal Control. They informedus van to Gainesville. made in the abandoment said Sgt. mont.Tuesday he went to Ocala and trailer since it had been driven on
had to leave the area to work an accident they had no control out of their While the dogs 16 adults and two Goodner and Trooper Abrams. located COb con, Forrest, to tell after the blow outs and the fact that
E: Troopers Dwain Hudson and county, according to Sgt. David puppies, were in bad condition, they James Howard Feehley, 41, of him of the ordeal. the owner of the van and dogs was
Bill Abrams also watered the dogs Goodner. By Tuesday morning the are expected to live although one Baltimore was paid by Joan Coks to Feehley was returned to Starke by broken down Virginia on her way
e stranded in the van and tried to get situation was becoming critical. puppy was not as frisky as the haul her van to Ocala where she was Fonpst Coks.where he_was arrested to.Ocala: and could not be reached..
: help for the animals. Unaware of When Alachua was again contacted others. The dogs all suffered relocating. The van, containing '- -- .
: each other's involvement,''Abrams they said if the dogs were the same dehydration and probably would dogs, household Items and clothingwas "
: gave them water at 7 a.m. Monday ones they had been contacted about have died in the near 100 degree heat. was on a Ryder trailer. When the Keystone Heights

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I L: Middle schi'Gifid Class Presents Play- across THEME from Keystone PARK Beach


E "Ducktails and Bobbysox," a High's star football player, playedby angry and has his followers kidnap Julie Poncier and ToBy Searcy,
:::: musical stage play set in the SO's, Jonathan Smith. Alex right before the big Grant High release him. Alex gets to the game Adv Paid for by Clay County Sponsored By .
.': was performed by the Bradford Middle Alice dropped out of school when homecoming game. Gang member just In time. Tourist Development x Fund City of Keystone Height
School gifted students,under the she got a new boyfriend, Wheels. Plotsky, played by Mark King
5 direction of teacher Peg Stanwlx- Wheels, the leader of the Yellow- guards Alex, who is tied up in a shedbehind ;;
;;; hay, during mid-May, at the Starker jacket street gang is played by Greg the malt shop,until Alice and WtfslSWiSf?**
:;::: Woman's Club. Marshall. When Alice gets back two other Yellowjacket gang
;;:; Several performances were given, together with Alex,Wheels becomes members,Babs and Toby,played by
= for more than 1,200 elementary '
= school students from throughout the
S23SS5 county. TRQNTCTIfcE* DISTRIBUTORS fashions
The play was also presented for 5oa.w. n 5
sue-- parents and friends the evening of Exclusive Dealer for Pee Dee Ceramics -
;. May 18.The Manufacturers of 4x8x1/2" Brick Pavers for Outside
play is fairly typical of. the50's. Porches. Patios and Sidewalks ,Back to School Savings
= There are two basicgro112s,the Iti
t duc1ilAlJ.STm\,: l'@f'yidetbi; tl .,:' r -t .ffife Htavl-heBeet..Vjoof} _TU Selection In Town -- .
b drOUPeci slat.lr.h"; o .,pud J iAS4: ,j.-, : frose"f l rdrfe5( ; "f:,"'hL i ill' t '. i.:: 'Sj.1mmer Clear: i c m e I 'f

= their'i who araxA&faa4i go to schoo|; some are 1.Jccmator Idotb'byw'e:: c7r; : .4. tit Lr: '.a, :MI.Wt'u StilHri: -Progress+= '<( ,

e cheerleaders, some play football, Iperfan.and Pitt Corning
Excellent Advise for Do-It-Yourselfen Over 50% off
S some are hotrodders). on Special ..
= C.K. Fuqua and Molly O'Neal play 2408 N. Waldo Road
::a the precious couple Wilbur and Ber- Dresses Blouses & Skirts
= tha. Cheerleader captain Is Brittany 377-5344
== Bula. Candie Norman and Cassan- Fall Fashions Arriving Daily
$ dra Jarvis are also cheerleaders
::::::.1i Jim Autry and Dana Newsome play
5:: Felix and! Vickie. rStarke Joan's Fashions
RETIREES EXPLORE SECOND CAREER
Carter
::;::;: A bobbysoxer, Laura ,

==::- ten played a by letter Shannon to rock Safer,'star, has Curtis writ THROUGH H & R BLOCK The Finest In Ladies FashionsVisa

Jackson, played by Jim Spears and INCOME TAX COURSE Plaza
::=: Brian Hail. 964-7651 & Mastercard Accepted
.::= Curtis comes to Victor, the small
=: town where the play takes place, to Thousands of retirees take Graduates of the course
:-::::; meet this Laura Carter. He brings the first step toward a second profit from a practical skill ti.
--- his public relations person, Sandra
they can put to immediate use
Harper, played by Bethany Lee. career by enrolling the II&R
They go to the Victor Malt Shop Block Income Tax Course. at convenient locations. They
where they meet Tillie, the dingy II&R Block, the world's largest work the hours and days that
= waitress and the star of the show,
best fit their schedules.
;::::J played by Casey Trimble. Casey's income tax) preparation firm,
B real life mom, Peg Trimble, plays offers its Income Tax Course The affordable fee includes
1C- Martha, the owner of the malt shop. starting on Sept. 4 at Its Starke textbooks and supplies.
While Curtis Jackson is trying to
E Graduates receive Certificates
office. Evening classes are ELECT
-= find Laura Carter, serious action
e takes place between the ducktails available. of Achievement and
I::: and the bobbysoxers. continuing education unitsCEU's
The course provides excellent
=-3 It begins over a girl.Alice,played JOHN AN
DERSON
( ) Qualified graduates
by Amy Rankin, was a bobbysoxer training for people who want to :
and the girlfriend of Alex, Grant continue working after they of the course may be offered

retire or who are retired and job Interviews with II&R
Com missioner
want to go back to work. An Block but are under no County ,

experienced Block Instructor obligation to accept
Seats Still
Availablefor
guides students through employment.Those Interested DistriAs ,ct4 .
Some SFCC Fall various aspects of income tax In more information about an

Semester Classes preparation. Classwork II&R Block Income Tax

includes discussion, practice Course may contact the II&R ,
Andrew'Center;
Fall classes at the
Block office In Bradford.
I' of Santa Fe Community College in problems, and hands-on your County
Starke begin next Monday, Aug. 27. preparation of individual Square or call 964-8286.
There are still some seats income tax returns. Pd.Advertisement Commissioner, 11 vill, target'theriorities
available in most of the record 62
:c:.:: classes offered this term. The following as my p :
ea; greatest area of expansion is in the .. ,"
=:: field of business, with classes in Ac- FOREMOST onL PRICE-WISE : I
:::: counting, Word Processing (WordPerfect Sale ,
sa: 5), Economics, Intro to LiquorStores Prices+ ,

: Computers sheets Lotus, Electronic 1,2,3), Data Spread Base ., combine to bring you Start 8/23 -- Find out w:here your tax dollars are going,. ;:

Law Management, Intro.to Business-Real(DBASE3)), Business Estate. f LOWER PRICES how they can best be spent for the betterment :!

I Principles and Practices.In and continua lly growing Bradford County and ;{ '

Math addition English to, Science basic classes,. History in, ::1"5'0'IN'-/'H S ECI LS'1'HIS 1J; ljff12.l' above all, wit I stress fiscal responsibility. ;Y.
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h.
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fall schedule includes such varied offerings '
a .750E. SAN TROPIQUe RUh'lg' >! % 7 :{
E as Class Piano,Spanish land ;; N t99
""":: II,Art Fundamentals,Marriage and =eiTR-: /KESSLER,BLENDEPHISK F j :r ;8494: -- To apply fc r the thousands of dollars of ;

the Family more,and Information General Pschology.For call. {' LTR ;.jMIiRN O FVODKA 80 PF.1if" :{I1lf; 9 29 governmentapplied grants; tht have not previously,been "

C 964-5382.. ,750J>;"YUKOt'fJACKY10C1fP.CANADIAN>i MJSuik s.d d& s 4tfj6.99i; for b;y Bradford County. These grants '"

,750;;/ JACIC DANIELSJt1fjtR-iR{ :. Jl0.99h; can go a long way in holding down, our taxes. 1
Seminar ,
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Annual Starke Festival of the Arts apply for this multi-media event.
are now available. This juried, Community Area application
multi-media event In being held Oct. deadline Is Sept 30.
27-28 In downtown Starke. Application Entertainers are also being soughtfor
deadline IB Sept.2$. the ahow. Dancers, musiciansand
Applications an also being accepted other performers are Invited to
for the Community Area portion apply. More than 10,000 spectatorsare
of this year's ahow.New to the expected for a weekend of art,
how,the Community Area will give entertainment,food and fun.
local artists and craftspeople a For an application or Information
chance to display quilts, carvings, about other aspects of the festival,
furniture, photographs and many write Starke Festival of the Arts,
other types of arts and crafts. P.O.Box 1830.Gainesville,FL 32602.
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Marketplace. Checks
I from Social Security will help. Jessie Lounge
I balance their budget.
But the two will not be completely .
I alone,Minesinger said.A supportive 801 N. Temple Ave. :

living coach will be living near their Starke, Florida '
new home and community groups
and churches as well as individual
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"Where Music ft''EntertainmentAbound"fc
community members have pledged ,
their support to Tommy and Glen. ,
"The has been .
community just r -jjLULjjLUf U j u j-ii a -> a-a-jria-a-Uf-jna j j j j
great," Vaughn said. "Local chur- + R
ches, their employers and several TUESDATLADIESNIGIITLive
people have offered their

assistance.More importantly" Vaughn said Band *

they have offered their friendship. ,
"Baaically they need someone to .
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check on them once in awhile, let Ladies Drink Free 8 pm-II
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them know someone cares," Vaughn -. _
said. "They no longer will have a _. -
group home to provide all of their
needs, social and otherwise." Live Band Now Playing
Mineslnger said both Tommy and
Glen's families are very supportiveof "Legal Tender" Aug. 24 .& 25
the Supportive Independent Living
Program.
''It's a dream of a parent to finally
Happy Hour
say they have a developmentally) NUTS
disabled child in a circumstance Mon.-Frl.
where they are Independent," & BOLTS 4:00f..m- pm
Minesinger said.
COMING
Vaughn said parents of REDUCED
developmentally disabled children AUG. 31
feel relieved when they know their
children can function independently."It's 964-9995

a conern when they are aging ... ...
of what will happen to (their ] lIlI-r M
children),"Vaughn said. I
Glen remembers well what his Tommy carries pizza pant to the -. '
mother told him when he told her he Pizza Hut kitchen to be washed '

wanted"She turned to live me on his loose own.," Glen said. Tommy, like Glen, is participating

"I'm on my own now and I like it in the Supported Employment WANT TO SA'V"-- MONEY ? :
that way." Program at Sunshine Industries."We .


Being given the opportunity to live I IC
on their own has given Tommy and think they're ready now, and
Glen a lot of selfesteem."It's we have the ability to provide as .t J Q -= 1991 Homes of Merit
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my life. I pay the bills," Tom much support as they need, Mines ., 0"j..;j.
my said. Inger said. :- Bedroom 2 Bath
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are excite about moving into their Citizens, the Supportive Indepen= I ;
own apartment they are also dent Living Program or for Informa-
understandably nervous. But she don on how you can assist Tommyand l 7 99S
said she believes the two will be fine Glen, please contact Sunshine IL
on their own. Industries at 964-7699. ,. ,
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Michael Sauder. 42, of Salisbury, James Williams, 38, was arrested, ,
Maryland was arrested Aug.,19, for Aug. is on,a capias for failure to appear -* 752-3743 -
forgery, obstructing arrest: by a ,for.,.IpHerlng ;and. ."prowling, Lw '
disguised person, resisting arrest trespass, according to Deputy Dan -- -.--- ,. -m u- rr
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without violence,according to Deputy ny Thrift. Bond was set at$120.25,he
Michael Paris.Sauder first gave was ROR. OVER 40
the name of Erving Lee Bonnieville,' TO $1500
31, when his vehicle was stopped for Terry Hugh Rhue, 44, was arrested L EXPLORERSON
an unlawful tag, said Paris. A Aug. 16 on a capias for IN REBATES
passenger In the car,Catherine Len- ,trespass of occupied structure, ac- ON SUECTIO MODELS ) N SIOCI
'.'ill dre Mitchell, 21, was also charged' cording to Chief. Deputy"Henry. '\ traw': ,) ;
with obstructing by disguised person-- Bond was set at$5,000, he was.ROR. "
.:;.' and resisting arrest without
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violence. Bond was set at $4,000 for Michael Thomas Mullan, 29, was
\y .. Sauder and $1,500 for Mitchell, she arrested Aug. 16 for disorderly intoxication Lcfi
was released on. her., own according to Patrolman
1 recognizance (ROR). Robert Lyons. Bond was set at$100. I
he was ROR. i
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j Vera Jean Aaron Glen Issac Beaver, 27. was arrested 'st ESCORT LX -, F>W lit PKBB* 9 J pKfcagu _
,35,was arrested I 2*.,AC.ov.mnv.,PS APfM t10 NNnrMp4 AALfM Dress
Aug. 17 on a capias from Clay Coun- Aug. 17 for carrying a con- | OIM kjxuy Int_.dMr CMIMM airs e ,std
ty for retail theft, according to Lt. cealed firearm,according to Deputy ;llghl group unfcnmt :=z.1. =
:j.. Aderholt. She was released to. Clay Thrift Bond was set at $1,000, he
County authorities. was ROR. ; J $
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Gwendlyii Sandra Vasquez,'25, of Union County was arrested Aug. 16
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 18 for on a capias for two counts lewd and 90 MUSTANG LX '90F-190 XLT LARIAT
disorderly Intoxication,according to lascivious assault upon a child, according Automatic.' wIndows, 1 AROwiMM PWsPt.wui.
Deputy Paris. Deputies were called to Lt. 'Aderbolt.: He was tocto.: cruha. control. AWFMeuMttt. *M...
twice to a disturbance at her ROR. premium sound
:0( .unroot. SS ds ass1S!
residence, according to Paris, Vas-.
i:. quez would not settle down and In' Stacey Delise Bresee, 19, was arrested
terferred with the procedure using Aug. 15 on a capias for b
profanity. She was released after a criminal mischief under$200, according -
$250 surety bond was posted. to Lt. Aderholt. -
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Vernell Elaine Hampt n31, was Traffic PW a PL,power oMran Mat, < \silt OD.Mhr nwlna pkg,PW.PI,
arrested Aug. 17 on a capias for Michael McKinery Weber, 49 of goal owl paint aluminum,luxury whMla group., clear f; orals OMMQI. upgrade lr*> in4MM
grand theft, according to Lt. Dade County was arrested Aug. 19
Aderholt. She was released after a for driving under influence (DUD, .
.$500 surety bond.was posted. according to Patrolmen Wayne t r ,' flftllf 4 ,!#/XYiIMI
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Wilkinson and Tim Whlted. Weber
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refused testing Bond was set-at
$500, he was ROR. USED 1 CARS PRICED 1 RIGHT FOR; TODAY' S INFORMED CONSUMERS
Kerry Harry Fisher 26; was arrested
Aug., 17 on. a capias for Frank James Savko, 22 was arrested 'Go Taurus Bronco II XLT 4x4 'ae T-81rd Tribe qoup!. '87 Ford Aerolbr XLT '88 Lincoln Continental
burglary, grand theft,'according to Aug 17 for failure to appear'
Lt. Aderholt.,Fisher turned himselfin for no valid driver license, accor- .
and was released after a $1,500 ding to Lt. Aderholt Savko turned .
surety bond was posted. himself in and was released after a'' Ilrs. s.s Myn.. tr".1 ..4Lr. ..ssy-/..- ,
'sOA 'FwIisd..r'c .. ....-.--- aY resrMMryM arr w.NNd'b
$52 cash bond was posted. hoo.I ioT Au. AQ.FMFrAwk YMA;,
Paul Stephen Clement 22, was arrested
X9888 $10.888.
Aug. 18 on a warrant for Issu- Edward Lamar Williams, 24, was $11,988 $14,888 16,488s171G.iJ
ing worthless check,according to Lt. arrested Aug. 17 on an order of arrest ; ,
Aderholt. He was released after for driving while license 'F
$62.71 cash was paid. suspended (DWLS), DUI accordingto C iJCX
Lt. Aderholt. Williams may purge 4 .a AEROeT s To eNOOSS T.0M ALL am.
David Glen Morgan, 18, was arrested by paying $317.50 DWLS and sAM1 as oArNA I AAanwi =
Aug. 16 for possession of $1,322.50 DUI. He remains in LOAO O.LOW.LOW L L ....... 8 588 ,, Awrn4CNip...TMi ...;, 9988
alcohol by a person under 21, according custody. + $RTS ar tI
to Deputy Paris. Bond was set Lo0wTSu ; lA-AT.M dq.oUN[. eO.TOY ;
at $250, he was ROR. Timothy Lee Tyler, 32. was arrested ......... 5988 WNL.L.A ll.F&MAYTWYL.s.,.,s9988
Aug. 18 for DUI, according to 'M FORD AERO5TAR MARK NwTu.o
Herbert Hawkins,26,was arrested Lt. Aderholt. Tyler refused to sub- $w ee CONVERRtONVAN $14 OOQ
Aug. 16 on a capias.for worthless mit to testing.He was released aftera AuTu ARL cuss ............., > i.Iowc.luiMtMT ........ 14>OO S .
check, according to Lt,Aderholt. He $500 surety bond was posted. 'M CHEVY IJEJItIIDIctEY

was released after paying court vwrAYt0.T M. ...=3688 ....UM IIII.!.c.noe.....ucIIIT s.ATs.:9988
costs and making restitution. Michael Edward Kohus. 32, of T.
Clay County was arrested Aug. 16 wRtN.an.AnAA
Tony-Anthony'Williams. 31, was for: DWLS, possession of drug .uw..attun.uu elruAKSe... $4988 .Lrs..say.Ta..u..eL.A.; 5588
arrested Aug. lion a capias for paraphernalia possession less than '
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failure to appear, battery of a law 20 grams cannabis, according to Lt.
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enforcement officer,resisting arrest Aderholt.-: He was released after at,215,25 ;
, without violence, possession of drug $ surety bond was posted, --i- I I
!, .'. paraphernalia, according to
Patrolman Bob McGrath. Bond was Ted Bernard Curtis, Jr., 33.; was
'set at $6.000, he was ROR. arrested Aug. '16 on capias for S flFe 7 ,
violation of probation for wilful- I:5 ,
.
I Valerie"Letrlce"tUsby, 23, was arrested wanton reckless driving, accordingto / lID 1
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I Aug. 16 for violation of probation Lt.Aderholt. Bond was set at$425, i.-- : t ;
for possession less than 20 he was ROR. .; ....._..- -
grams canrfabli, according tar Lt.

I 1, Aderholt. Bond was set at. $2,000' f ,, arrested George Aug.Fonzo,16 Prevatt for violation,Jr.,::4.ofr was
Elmore Clark, 50, was arreste4nna for DWI.S, Improper tag am. !sl .i
capias for failure appear fo'e"'ri *-,/ wilful-wanton reckless driving acconlinR -
i pired tag on a mobile hmne,-accur to Deputies! Smith and W. HIkown. .
1 ding to Lt.Aderholt, Blind was Set ad.w He was;'released. after\
$120.25, ho was ROR, ., ; '$ 89.;29' iimb wan puicl.
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The engaging smile of RepublicanTom In 19671; following his Army ser participated; in 14 Medicare sup
: .. Gallagher was well received as vice, Gallagher went to Miami and plements seminars conducted y5
the state Insurance commissioner, worked as a sales representative for throughout the stae. The seminars,
state; fire marshal and state Dolan Enterprises, an interiors con- In addition to focusing on Medicare
treasurer spoke to 64 persons in the tracting business. From 1970.73 tie supplement Insurance, address
Bradford Family Restaurant and was a manufacturer's represen- many of the misleading and
toured the Bradford County Cour. tative for several companies, fraudulent tactics sometimes usedto ,
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thouse on a swing across North marketing. school and library fur take advantage of consumers. ,:,:,- .. ..
:, Florida last Friday, Aug. 17. niture and equipment. In 1973 he Under Gallagher's administration r1 -, ,.. ,,
Gallagher faces no Republican began his mortgage insurance for the first time rental car ,.... .
primary opposition. Democratic career with Liberty Mortgage In- lease forms must contain a "Plain ,.- q'
candidates seeking the office of insurance surance Company, serving as Language" disclosure allowing auto 1
commissioner and state fire regional vice-president of Floridafor rental customers to understand h
marshal are Sen. George Stuart, two years. For the next 10 years whether their own insurance or the r a 4 ? ---3
Orlando,and Jake Crouch, a retired Gallagher was vice-president and rental car company's Insurance will .
military person from Seminole southeast regional sales managerfor pay first if an accident occurss.
Gallagher is Florida's first elected Ticor Mortgage Insurance Co. The department produces 10 con
Republican treasurer. Gallagher was elected to the sumer guides designed to provide information _
Seated at the front table with Florida House of Representativesfrom needed to make wise In- ? i
.. Gallagher were Chamber Director Dade County In March 1974 in a surance choices. One of the two
Anita Rink, County Republican Par special election. He served as chair guides written in Spanish was pro-
ty Chairman Steve Reagan, man of the Dade delegation and as duced for the first time this year
Republican Rep. Chance Irvine, Insurance Minority Whip from 1980-82. under Gallagher's direction.
Co. Owner George Roberts, Gallagher was selected by his col-
Union County Republican County leagues as runner-up in Most Effective Legislative Program...
Chairman J.D. Griffis, and Com in Debate in 1981, and, in 1984, The department promoted a
munity State Bank President was named Most Effective in Com consumer-oriented legislative
Jerome Johns, mittee.In package designed to protect con
Gallagher was introduced and 1987 Governor Bob Martinez ap- sumers against abuses. Successful
highly praised by Starke insurance pointed Gallagher Secretary of the legislation included protections for
; agent George Roberts. "Some of you Department of Professional Regula- Florida's elderly health
t know me very well and know it is tion. As head of this agency, maintenance organization J
very rare that I would endorse someone Gallagher was responsible for more members, and auto insurance
for public office," said than 600 employees and the manage- buyers.
:" Roberts. ment of an annual department Among highlights of Gallagher's
"This guy will step on the com budget of more than $36 million. In legislative program were: Tom Gallagher talks with AnneHaynef
.: pany's toes or the agent's toes. He's addition, Gallagher and his staff Plain Language Policies: In- of the Bradford County
,,: doing the job. That's all we need, to regulated 38 professions, including surance companies must provide Sheriff Department.Gallagher
be fair with the insurance company more than 1.2 million professional consumers who buy auto or visited the county. part of his CORBETT' S
\ra and the consumer licenses Gallagher resigned June homeowners Insurance easy-to- tour across North Florida.
"George, thank you very much. 14, 1988 as Secretary to campaign understand summaries of the
You're gonna be able to keep your successfully for the office of
license now," said Gallagher, draw- Treasurer, Insurance Commis- see Gallagher page 12B
ing a huge laugh from the audience. sioner, and Fire Marshal. ie People Keep
,I Gallagher then desribed the dutiesof Since taking office Jan. 3, 1989, Back
his office. Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner SOLARPOWEREDGATEOPENERITTTTI11111Dm lea, Coming
The Florida Cabinet, of which Tom Gallagher has fulfilled
Tom Gallagher is a member campaign promises, implemented n PowerGate Systems Why?
oversees the Department of GeneraServices policy changes, and streamlined Price and
Department of Law Enforcement various day-to-day operations. The 1ll1JJJ.IitIlll(904)( ) 462-5495 3 Year Limited Warranty c:
following is list of his
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Revenue.The Governor and Cabinet Gallagher produced a series of -
also set as the Stale Board of Education public service announcements warn- ROTATEBRAKE
and the State Board of Vocational ing consumers of unscrupulous GRIFFIS"Florida's GaS SERVICE & BALANCE
Education.As .
agents and unfair sales practices.The .
treasurer of Florida, Gallaghersaid "consumer alerts" have been Replace pads or shoes; TIRES
he oversees a $21 billion budget broadcast throughout the state and resurface drums or rotors; |5495
with 80 employees,and had$5 billion warn elderly consumers against pack bearings; bleed & $ ,00
invested In long term certificates of rand-test most American cars
buying
unnecessary or excessive Natural Choice Since 1941" Front or J
&trucks. Metallic parts extra
deposit. Under Gallagher, the state Medicare supplement insurance Rear _
now takes bids on money from financial policies; remind the public that arson when required.
I v'; I institutions, putting up some$50 is a felonYi punishable by up to HOMEOWNER'S SPEC] NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIALI Most Cora&Ut'M Tmrka
million every few weeks. In most 30 years and easily detected L
Y states being treasurer is a full-time by the latest technology, and urge f'V': .t.JJiJ. .;",.f.i 11 "I':!:'" *d"" 1 FRONT END ALIGNMENT TIRES
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"' the fourth largest state in the nation. ask questions about coverage 1;.' :r'\\!;< ,;;.. : .....111:.........- -, .._MUt 'ff'I' 'IVjSui Includes set caster, camber t&
j As state fire marshal, represen- when purchasing insurance.In '''',in to mrrs. specs. Inspect $1695
-' tatives from Gallagher's office are.J&i July.rTreasurer Gallagher sent ruspenslon&steering system.. '.
For most American can.Front
responsible for inspecting all out of Insurance fraud in- '
Jeam of
wheel drive and Chevette purchase ,
, P**f*, boilers,the l liquified ilfly gtore'-frontrautdln--1'="- : )
petroleum vestfea'toUir J .1'
Vehicles extra. Part extra. Ures ...1.10].,..
#,y gas Industry, inspects all state own- surance agencies suspected of Illegal !: r.- :
ed buildings from prison cells to col- So far than .
.\ practices. more 1Mr.i'r'.I'' f ''"' TIRES
TRUCK USA
lege dormitories, and arson investigations 300 agencies throughout the state '-. ,
for all fires. have been inspected resulting in J ',' GRAN PRIX RVS
Because he Is state fire marshal, some arrests and the"shut down"of QRFF f GaSrff ,, "' ; MOUNTED AND
Gallagher said he Is the only Stale some store-front operations. : 31X10.50 15LT 71.00 BALANCED AT NO
Cabinet member allowed to carry a Beginning Oct.l. 1989, all Florida mi neO Hanu, -..- MrI 31X11.5O. 15 LT 78.00 EXTRA CHARGE
;,y gun And, he needs one, because of motorists were required to carry
', the insurance industry, Gallagher property damage liability coverageas "' mmm\nKw&\ 33X12.50 15 $90.00
JJ joked. well as personal injury protec- I SPECIALIST IN !
\>. Gallagher's goals as insurance tion. In response to this, Gallagher oo }RADIAL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
*J commissioner are to keep insurance issued a 60-day freeze on auto insurance HOME DELIVERY ONLY 't'99
fir affordable, available, and dependable rate increases until the effects P153-80R13 S38.00 $32.00
ro.' Illustrating dependability, of the new requirements couldbe INCLUDES P17S-8OR13 tas.oo $33.OO
,.,.:: Gallagher told a story about a assessed. In addition, he issued a 120 GAL. TANK INSTALLATION P193-7 BR14 Us.oo $3SOO
woman buying meat, In one place it rule which would prohibit insurers I P2037SR14P2187BR1B Ur.oo S4O.OO
I ;. was $4 per pound, and, in another from discriminating againt consumers 50 GALLONS PROPANEUP IS 1.00 42,00
.. place $2 per pound. The womanwouldn't just because they've never TO 10' OF TUBING P233-7BR1B 33.00 $46,00
f. pay $4 per pound, but the purchased property damage liability COMPLETE SAFETY INSPECTIONOF
butcher said he was out of $2 per Insurance before. .
pound meat but, if he had any, it During the 1989 Legislative session YOUR ENTIRE GAS SYSTEMS :: .P ix Codltioxiing: $95Selvl
would be $2.Gallagher. Gallagher supported the creation
; wants Insurance companies of a consumer advocate within CALL TODAY FOR COMPETITIVE PRICES ,essi; bla1 Plus
r. to pay their claims and not go the Department of Insurance. He FROM FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWING Freon
'-. under. established the Office of Consumer
.i I How is Gallagher's department affected Advocate in 1990; he expects to ap- INDEPENDENT PROPANE COMPANY CORBETT'STire
by the state lottery, a woman point the advocate from a field of 80 STARKE WALDO
asked. Gallagher said he invests the applicants in June.In .
lottery proceeds, charging two basis January 1990, Gallagher laun- 964-7725 4681792IN & Service
I.
points as commission. The state used ched a statewide campaign to in- U.S. 3O1 Temple Ave. Starke
to charge 10 basis points, form Florida's elderly about FLORIDA '1-(8OO( ) 6285824Sale
I t Jrl Gallagher said,but Lottery Director Medicare supplement insurance. As Limited Time Only C-J 964-6436 C-'SA-=J
Ii ', Rebecca Paul complained, part of this effort, Gallagher has
q,1i i.i'r" Gallagher agreed 10 points was too
I Vt'.%:' high and reduced the commission. -' .

I, : t,: taxes When, the will woman the lottery asked.lower state .. .-. "'.'.Florida Federal f ')j '- =: -:,: : ::- :J

It won't ever, said Gallagher. Lot-
s tery funds supplanted funds lost
from the education funding due to
} lagging state revenues, but lottery
funds kept education funds from being
A WINNING COMBINATION
reduced, Gallagher said. Sixty-
two percent of each state dollar used
J//' ., to be spent on education, now that
"", has been reduced to 57 percent,
: .. Gallagher said, but the almost same

::'' 'amount of dollars are going Into Rate CDs &. Florida Federal
." education.: High
'
Educators want state funding 1
: '
:Gallagher restored to said.Localities the. .62'percent level, '. *; '_; .t '"

want real home rule,

1I\Ii.\ ... said State Farm Insurance Agent
Merritt Williams, asking Gallagherto r'

legislators.pass that Gallagher on to the agreed Florida to 6 MONTH CD 12 MONTH CD

pass Gallagher the message agreed on.with the proposal $500 Minimum To Open $500 Minimum To Open


3,of to Constitutional constitutionally AmendmentNo. mandate

that the Florida Legislature fund
whatever programs it passes down 8.100/0 1810/0 8.200/0 7.9000Annual

to local communities. "The
r
legislature should be forced to fund
what Is passes," said Gallagher, a
former state legislator, Yield Annual Rate Annual Yield Annual Rate


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.. .Background... '.
r. ':' Tom Gallagher, 46, was raised in "
.:.toi* ', > Wilmington, Delaware. In 1961, he t .
fc> "-- moved to Miami to attend the U. of Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke -

Miami, and graduated In 1965 with a 220 N. Main Street 6707 Road 395 W. Madison Street
tat"' '.' bachelor's degree in marketing. Newberry FloridaFederal
While In college he was business ,377-3344 331-2700 964-5000
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JSw manager of the college paper;the U. .
of Miami Hurricane, and a member |!'I FDIC! Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala
>/<& of the 0 business fraternity, Delta ( I 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. & 3033 S.W. College.Rd.,
,W* Sigma Pi.After .
college, Gallagher worked INSURED 373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204

t.l -'"'"- for Burlington Industries until 473-4952 Savings Bank
drafted by the U.S.Army.He served

err two years as a member of the .. .
Presidential Honor Guard In
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any debt Incurred by Unda Grift*, PUBUC NOTICE: North Florida Hooting' THREE FAMILY Sato:Sal Aug. 25. WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake tot*. 205 N. Temple Starke
effectively Immealatoy. 1 ha purchased the Global sales. lot ki 9am t* ? toapor/ sofa, cheat of 2,3,4 a B on Breamwood Point Ap .
Lake CItY.Al new home hi stock are drawers.rol-away bed.clothes, tires. prox'.3 Aa 870 ft waterfront Any ec Te eau SPECIAL OP THE WEEK _
to be sold at huge dtecount Some microwave and much more. Con m or all lots ((305)) 883-8288 or 984- -ONI or A tartar Hanayvan) specioi.i i. 7 oc. w/3wt 28A home. Low
way BeLOW whoIeIaIe. First come MoM Home Park.3rd traitor on right 6727.0 downpymnt. Fantastic rental property. Call today for more Infix motion.
First eMIYOe' brio IwMUvCinfl avail., off 5H lO. 7 1 ACRE Mob**Home Lot wAwel,septic apower NIW LISTINGS for August M,
'83 FOUR WHEE DRIVE 131 I dealers. welcome. Cal Ken.004-755- Sat Aug. 25. 8 m-3pm. Grtfft Loop pole. FOR SALE or RENT.LJP aOSI TO CITYt loll for M.H'I. Wonderful neighborhood 20 percent down
Loaded whh many extra* $5600 5201.4fl9' (follow signs). Clothes, household Cat 964-8408. 9
w/owner last
fin., Call today.This won't long.
Pleate call 88+6847, after 6 pm ... Hem*, baby clothes. 7 .
; ; ',, ." LAKE FRONT HOME w/guett home to match. 3BR.2BA, CH/A. only 3 yr*.
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2 \ ; ; ? j.il' CARPORT I' ; ;;;:; : ; :
I ieo;' 1 aT' ;:: SAlEjAuo 29th. 4pm. ... : old 160 water front hug. screened porch that overlook the lotto. All fenced
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IS IT TRUE for$44 through tie U. f" .J ,
Jeep I "' } > **, *,miso.furniture NI, .1Cii D., I]i
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S. GOVT? Cal for facial 5048495745 I \ > today.
Ext. 8-0570. 2 I :; :\ '! ''! .., \ J" Bettant household Rd.item 7, and more. 1323 '... .. .. .FANTASTIC TRI-UVEL HOMIi Lake front 4BR 2 BA.carpet tllo. CH/A over

GOVERNMENT SEIZED-Vehlde from HAPPY JACK FLEA GUARD: Al metal' GIANT 2 DAY YardMle fit a Sat. on WILL BUY USED OR NONWORKING 3000 >q. ft., sprinkler ytm., outside work chop. Inside brick bar-b-gve
$100.00 Mata'. Corvette .....- patented device control flea in the Rd. across from the church. VCR or TV. Wit pick up. Call 431- room. Large dock that ov.r look lake, ISO on water w/3 oc.
cede,.Jaguan Parches aotiermtea home without ....IIcIdes. Results Moan. toys. Iota of good stuff 1273. ak for Morris. 11 .MR. IBA MOBILI HOME close to town, on nice lot, groat neighborhood
confiscated property now being sold overnight GATOR U FARM SUPPLYFREE COME BY7 Owner Finance. Mutt tell toon.GRIIN .
to the general pubio.For buyer*gutde a GOLDMST. 6 BIG 3 Family Yard Sale :; > l COVE SPRINGS AREA 4BR, 31/2BA CH/A carpet tile, .,.,.*.
call ((708) 355-9802 Ext. 7585. Open to good home. Puppies. 112 sMo- Sat8am2pm. : 40B Po< St, ( O R'' \ 2400 tq ft.. All cedar tiding cedar workshop w/conoreto loor-4Ox40-cou

7 day 8:00: am to 11:00: pm. ard-1# golden reMever. 3 mo. old book, craft, .to.baby Hem 7,clothes. be converted to nice gust house, chain link f...... This homo must set
2 ands 1 old mixed breed.473-9517
1' .
MULTI-FAMILY Croat Price.'NEWLY
78 FORD VAN V-8. 13. M/B. Run s Sale: New oa...... MUSICAL AS LOW AS
INSTRUMENTS.
school clothes crafts REMODELED HOMIi CH/A 3BR 3BA hardwood floor' close. to
good. $850. 064-8616. 2 Puppies Por Sale: AKC RoItw eller, 0 more. 171 N. OrangeSFrl toys.. a a Sat much gam $1"." PER MONTH. CALL 064- town great rental prop., Please call today for more Info. This It priced to
1084 FORD VAN: Cutomizad Interior week old$300.5 male. *-2 female ill? $948. 12 tell..
good tire. .302 Cl,tour captain chair, Cal 466-2266. 6 7
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER .
CirmJMlWiTITlA
THREE FAMILY 3BR,IBA.HOMI lot This homo has always
sofa, AC/AT. PS. PB PL Good con FREE: To a good home. 1/2 btuetk A Bedroom Saturday. Aug. 25. PLATES.Ma.ure* 24x36 been In Immaculal kfeifdr'PRESTIGIOUS : gorgeous
dition. $4750 OBO. 732-9660. TFN water puppte 064-5567. furniture freezer stereo lnche.50 each. Great for kept
2 8ARABIAN household good On 301 North to repair! TELEGRAPH patchingand 135 W. HOMEil I)tfTsTWy 1 ol Starke, 4BR 3BA fireplace,wood floor. I I

1979 Honda Civic, 1200 co. Hatchback.4 hones for ..... Weaning a Textile Town turn right (din road) Cal St Starke. 12 many extra 609>CiiuSfr3BR .
peed, air audio fox Steno Nice), up. 782-9287. 6OAWUL follow tans, gam ti11:30 7 GRAPES FOR SALE:U-Pick-We Pick.8 ,BBA MOJIllMOMIfVMitlful, GrIHIt loop. CHI A, 15x30 CB'-''-
AUG. 24 a 25. 8 am 1 pm Furniture area ( creeMU ll Cd ft?oday. .
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$9OO..JI64-478' 2 a PHEASANT: Ready for table or am 7pm Mon. thru Sat 1 pm 6pm que
light L Heavener/282-5540 Mid clothes, toy, door, odd a ends. on Sun. JOE FAULK, 0,1185 Loop .HANDSOMURICK UOMt-ON LAKE Only 3 yr. old. Very modern circular
dI IIUr SPANI Lots of moo Hwy 18. 1 mile Wed of 064-6678 or 064-567. 12 drive w/allftMvsfeMorpillHrloorlng." CH/A 38r 31/3BA. Assumable Mlg.
AKCCOCI< EL puppies! tor sate 301. 7 GRAPES dark a light U-Plck, open Call today.
I !'MO'Q' fIiHUnM r : Cal 782-3314. ,;,,.; ;; ; everyday 7am III 8pm,Lilly Vineyard, ."..IIA MOBILE Het c. fA, fenced In yard outside oiled wL /_
; ;' '/, \r ;:at::1't'; ; ;,.. '. : !: .Jg 1r4c.: "!\ 'A' ,.8i! Coral! Farm Rd., Florahome 650- '
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'. .OR..S ;;, ;) I ; -- "Sr'X'; rif S,, \ ''' I 2121 12 WONDERFUL OLI STYU ENGLISH TUDOR 4BR. 1/2 BA, 2 tory, all hard.
'ldX.R.Q" .. :' ALL KITCHEN and bath faucet 40% off beautiful
SAVE UP TO $8.000 on new 1801 Skyline -. wood floor, crooned In room, CHI Orlg. light fixtures a woodwork
Doubl wlde. Cal 1-755-5114. 16 Ft TRI-HAUL boat, walk twu wind- Bur. Stephen Smith Lumber ,Ha. It'* own wine c.llar..Call today to see this. homo.
Clrde B Home. Lake City florida (Meld, SOhpmorcury. Float Ion..... and :Supply 7 mile South ofctorta I .2BR, ISA HOMEi Great for newly wed, a Ingle person or on older couple.
Firm 1200. 964-6409. .
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HUGH YARD SALE:Aug. 25 ft 26. Boy M 301 .yn9A 19OUTLAW
Your Volume Glantl 4 that doesn't want a lot on maintenance work and not a lot of mowing. Fantastic
USED HOMESI! Many to choose from. cool okxhe*.toy*.ihade doth,wire, Investment.

Call 1-755-5114. Circle B Home. ..knee** kitten and much more Ave.THIS 16 CLASSIC COUNTRY 1 1/2 story cedar/atone, 4 yr. old homo, tlrepkwe.
W,.driveway ftoN.W.50th .
Lake City. Florida 4 7 oppo F CH/Acarpet tile, 2-3 BR/loft,3 BA.mud room Ig. laundry rm. porche: 4

CREDIT CHECK AND PRE-APPROVAL SAT. ft SUN.: Fal deamjp. 6 a.m. 1/2 ac. w/flih pond Many Extra, Prko reduced.
ON MOBILE HOME LOANS: Cal BEAUTIFUL HOME IN CITY LIMITS Great neighborhood walking distance
Circle B Homes. Kent. 1-755-5114.
Lake Florida.Your Volume OinulPALM saw, awing Mt drH.... metal seUing? Caill usl from chooli.churche a down town hopping.
City.
4 "ftafvea.- children ctolhe" 770 Glendale COUNTRY CLUB AREAi 2444 .q. ft. homo on 3 ac.. 3 BR, BA.CH/A, carpet
MOBILE HOME Furnished 2/2. St across from SoulhemVlta w/huge family room Auum. mtg. Call today for appt.
_
y .BRICK HOME WITH POOL. In Club 3 2 1/2 BA.w/not
CH/A. W/D. Skirting, acreeend tn on Hwy 16. 7 Country area BR. tub
SAT. 25th. 6 am.-2 p.m., Indoor Moving Immaculate cond. REDUCED.
porch utility shed New 25 yr.
carport.
overrool. City water/_ on lg.fencedbtinWatdo.lmmaculate. Sale. .t=-a PIne Fomwt Apt*., Hwy Your Full Servlca Real Eatato Office GORGEOUS CEDAR HOME 3 BR, 3 BA. 1 1/2 story "homo 'In the Country
.( ) 100 West, Stark Antique Crank Club. Beautiful landscaping on 2 large lot. Call today for detail
883-8288 or 064-6727. 4 Vfctrola.table ft 6 chair,cedar ehet. .IN COUNTRY 3 BR, Concrete block horn whardwoodloon./ CH/A on Soc.
1980 GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55. china cabinet other furniture and :P vi4 L,,Dedgo, MS A,.C'R"A"'; PAtty" "K y Elder, MRAs .. Priced to tell.
2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump antipower hundred of other household hem. iRe .: S4-5370V ,. .FANTASTIC NEIGHBORHOOD IN CITY LIMITS Wonderful :3 BR. 2 BA. Block
Florida State dt"Real
C C.
rliti tucille Spry
pole Included. You move. 7 home on 1 ac. w/oumable mtg. This mortgage I* a non-ojuaUfylng
FRI 7 SAT.8 am a f. 1222 Bradfrod St. C tate Appraliorc
$5900. 080. Cal 782-3834. tin 'Charles auumable..Hurry today. Price hoe been reduced!
Houtehold Ham.
7 WONDERFUL BEDROOM HOME IN COUNTRY lawtoy ores 4 acre, homo

.. .... .a... ,;; I I. on paved rood..Call today.
nXER-UPPERi Old lawtey Rood, ale' concrete block home on 3/3: ol on
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w..r x:6 Yr acre, reduced to SS.900. '
.IN TOWN 2 BR, 2 BA, CH/A home on nice tot. Great rental property.
WATER FRONT HOME 3 BR Stucco homo w/CH/A. ho great assum. mtg.

*FARM HOUSEiS/l on 10 acres, only $53,000. Add'l oceroge ovall. GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY 10 Lot In City Limit, ready to build or for
*OWNER FINANCINOran.' Crosby Lake Canal D/W. CH/A.rge. ref. 34000. Mobile Home.
*LEASE PURCHASE 3BR 2BA. Immed. occup..nlce area. -20 ACRES Ho. 2.." Welleptlc tank 3 acre fish pond and many

ACONNERLY ESTATE.Brick. 3/2. on 1 acre, Immoc. cond., landscaped yd. extra*...make offer today.
*COMMEROALi3 plus ac. on 301. 250' S. of Western Steer City utllltle. .If ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY. Owner finance with LOW downpoyment.HURRY .
*SR UWiGorgeou D/W. 3/2. CH/A All Appl. 2 1/3 Ac.REDUCEDI this won't lad long.
*CONY.NIINT.'IHCID YARD. 2 BR. 1 BA. Inexpensive living. .FORSYTH ROAD 3 acre out to llnelf great property to build your dream

*BEST ARIA Starke, Brick. Over 2000.. double' garage on large lot. home....REDUCED.
*M ACRES OP CLEARED FARM LAND. Older AW. 2 Wellt. .9 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL DEVELOPING PROPERTY Wonderful neighborhood,,

*40 ACRESi Heavy' timber. Highway frontage lawtey area.LAKEFRONTI close to tchoolt...
Fish a Swim. Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach. ATTRACTIVE IN TOWN HOME CB 4 BR, 1 1/2 BA approx. 1800 q. ....
tS1 *J7 ACRESiw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. CH/A carpet tile. Thl home I I. priced to seIL..It., hoe been reduced..ln e

NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sole. to Qualified Buy.r. great neighborhood.
ANEW-BEAUTIFULi 2 Story over 3500 *q. ft. unfinished. U.S. 301 S. LOVELY BRICK HOME 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A carpet tile, nice fenced ki back
IEQUALHOUSMO *BRICK 3/fcCH/A. walk to hopping, quiet neighborhood yard. Homo come with its own Mather/dryer too,

$wum Ii. FatiinG* C...Prr.dpsrr. *LAWTEY AREAi Spacious older horn*. 3/2 Owner financed. .4 LEVEL LAKE! FRONT HOME approx. 3800 tq- ft. w/4 I..4 12A. carpet
..
NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 3/1. In town. 34000. tile CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acre w/100 of crystal water

: BEAUTIFUL STORY brick a cedar farm home. ./2 1/2 BA on 36 Acre. fronj.,..REDUCED. ..
ERA Fsulkne IIIIYi.ID'e.Locate FRAME .STARKEi city water and sewer, walk to everything. $10,000. "S-1 ACM LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS .ESTATES! An clearm) ) L tn wecI. kief

p *LAWTSYi Nice CB 3/1K. w/4 rental... on 1 waiting for a beautiful new home.
.'301. Z bloc South of C.R' 10d a:221' acre.
Hwy iatayette St.
*FARM HOUSE A BARNS on 3 oc. Good area Close to Starke. REDUCED HANDY MAN SPECIALi 3 BR 2 BA CH/A, carpet vinyl brick fireplace eo-
mmammaam aaaaaamesfaamoiS ?_, *STORY CEDAR 3600*f.. 9 BR 3 BA CH/A 2 F.PI. roe., ref rig., D/w. Nice ',pro*. 1450 *q. ft. on 1 aero. The home I II In need of repair but would bee
*NEW LISTING! Beautiful Building lot;Not much clearing required. Close to *CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 oc. REDUCED I great return In your Invedment.
Country Club. 123-90 *!US 301 SOWN Large triple wide 3/2 On ".5 plus oc. Close In I SPANISH STUCCO 4M SQ. FT. HOME 3 BR 1 1/2...., CH/A carpet tile
*40 ACRES Nko pastvr*land.351 House barn cross fenced. 87-90 double carport garage 2 1/2 acre w/600 private concrete drive. Owner
*POOL Can't boat this 4BR/2BA on 1 1/2.beautiful acre*. 93-90 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Jst 1gs.4ccekrateil fino..... Non-Qualifying mortgage.
*S42.a CROSBY LAKE Beautiful lot Can be subdivided. 28R house, .10 PLUS ACRES IN CITY UMITSi Plated outlnto approx, 24 Lot, Great for
CH/A. 113-90 FHA Multi-Family Homing or |lust about any type of money making proJect|

*ONLY $..SOOI Will buy...* remodeled "hous*. New CH/A Walk to hopp m you dedro..
ing. 6890IN
TOWN Versatile 30 M 60 bldg. plus 4BR/1BA. Hove business "homo comblnotlon. -

| 122.90 Realty; inc. AFTER HOURS
*2 ACRE UAUTIfUL LAND. Build or put mobile"-'e. 121-90 .
LAWTSY 20 acre,very unique house 2 Story. docked fish pond workshop, SMMlr TsnrflltaarM442U
barn fenced 119-90
SALVAGE YARD Ply used car soles. 4 building on 91/3 acres, reported 9644544Hwy.
I good Income. 118-90 Anns T.Brow

CALL STRUT |lust behind FtymV Dental office ((44 x J68 lot. Possible. 301 S. 1..5J" I' 4737541CectH

| t.rms. 116-90 Starke FL .TkrwUIr
APPROX.ACUI.loovtlfullanci. evoral' pecan tree, locked fish pond mrl1I4mes 9S4-7T76
I 2 wells, storage building some fencing, This would make beautiful building t

.It.. 112-90 "Yl aCTfroatITHERESSA i Anne T.:Brown Saaars
*FOREST HEIGHTS Building lot on paved(......$3500. 107.90 .. -slolsAcreaje

*7S> toe LOTS In Lake*ld.Hills. w/prtvtledgeato.or".Lok.'I695. 114-901 >/Fa ns "Co IIlillayl _
*3 LOTS each 75 x 300 on paved.rood w/prtv.to George lake.All ""-Iota | '
$7800. 109-901 ARIA ArFrame.: CB, 3BR/2BA. CH/A.Rreploce. Family Room i
*MAUTtFUl SAMPSON tAKI LOT.100.720. 64-90 ,' I laundry Room,10xl6. Wood UtH., Bldg. w/wator a alec,. on 2.79 oc., 6 e : : e e

*4.17 ACRES.on Nl 30 _. 42-90' I S79.000.00.
'*.../ SA HOMas CH/A and ((2)30 a 600 chicken houses and 8 acre of land. I NEW BRJCK HOME 4BR. 2BA. Stove ..... Dishwasher CH/A,.Sun Deck ,
This;is o working chicken farm. 56-90 12340 SP. Goroge.Well Septic. 1 acre. $.....500.00.
*PRICE REDUCED 3BR/1BA on 4 acre w/JBR/IBA M.H. Good'"tollncome. 1901 WOODLAWN STi 3BR/3BA CB Homo, Family Rm..CH/A. Range
I some owner tlnandnt: lawtey area. 108-90 ] Refrla..DIhWosher. Screened porch 1800 tf, corner lot. 73000. L CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133
*COOD STARTER HOWl doM. tchoob.;38Ir.IaA'e on Pratt St. Priced ON THE WATER :BR/3 IA Norwegian Brick. Living Dining. Family Rm
[ to eell at$33.900. > > 97.90. I CH/A. 3310.JF.Porche. 3.8 OC..S87.000.I -- r
*sacs tM/MA HOWl With Florida room, could easily be mode Into a3BRI I QUIT a PEACEFUL' 3 BR/3 BA Frame Uv....- Dining- Kitchen w/Snack
I home. In dty.By appointment only 92-90'' I gar Don Screened Porch,*Polo Barn Cleared Space for Growing o
*OWNER NEEDS TO SRU DM TO Willis 3BR/18A M.H. on 3.45 oc.. Garden;3.62 Ac., 65000.
I 26000. 53-90 L Lr I IN TM COUNTRY 3 BR/3 BA CB Two-Story Stove R.... Elec. Heat Win-

*KEYSTONE IWIGITS.366/2A,2 oero.4 yr..near country dub Price reduce t} dowACWeH8eptk.1Ac.$40.000.!
led for quick_... 89-901 llAKI GENEVA BR/1BA Frame Screened Porcho,14 x 16 Utll.
*PRKI REDUCED 4BR/hovM on 1 pea with 200' frontage on 301. Owner I fUdg-.Well Septle.S24.9OO.
I highly mottvatod/will finance.. 100-90: I GRAHAM AREAi BR/3 BA Doubtowlde Mobile Homo. CH/A. Stove a

*BEAUTIFUL' OLDER HOMRU199 >388 fully...,.., comer lot. Lawtoy, CH/A. I Ref.. 2 Ac. ....000.
I f1rop1_.city water over 1700*..........*,' 88-90! ORAHAMi 4 BR/3: BA Stucco Bldg.. Largo Family Rm. w/Flreptoee CH/A, ANE S. USHER
*NICE ni/18At home;......... laundry hone.. 2.5'oc.. mostly c........... I Ronge.ReWg.. a Dlshwosher.lnground Pool.lorg Oak Trees 3

great starter home. 38-90; Ac.863.000. Your Union Realtor
County
*BIAimFUl M a N. 1 Yl OtOt D/W. U.N.1 saw CM/A, .large covered car- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY REALTOR ;
port.. covered= front ,porch es.wnn mdgeg.'. refinance or. ..... WALNUT STRtni Two Building Suitable. for Small BusineNwy ss. take viler-. tail (OlY t
I purchase. 34-90; 1 let Sew*! 200 Ft. on Highway plenty of warehouse space. 496-2126 or 7553900run. ; ,
*74 ACRtSi with 3BR home In I.ws.y.a'1125. Beautiful fenced poiturefB HWY 881 ....... Salvage Yard with :3 BR/1 BA CB Homo. 13x60 Mobile. a r-

YR ou D/W to..*.! 1 Jocro. *. 3BR/2BA. CH/A.. as umoble mortgage for: Homo, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 3-Septtc Tank and 4 Welt w/Pump on. -. *EDuClb..smcx H0/YIIs i .
I 2ocre*, fish po.hd.:flr. il. ..
Me
I qualified...,.. 25-90 :3 Acre*. ( te. Minf t
*BEAUTlrHMKW 8 wooded bulking lots In country club Owner i | EAST CALL STREET Nke Office Bldg. Suitable for Doctor or Dentist FrocSBL8CTBD areo..motlvated lovely counryr homo to to sell really NOW.appreciate. oil the extra. Owner moving.out of'

| finance. >>91).19-901. tlce.. .
*FOR RENT Beautiful D/W. MM., tIIJ'2SA.' Potto. I 1/2 acre, stacked cotHsh ., PROPERTIES a OWNER WILL FINANCE! One acre and Mobile. Home with cathedral culflna. fe, '

pond. OVA odw4ed off Ieyb** Hwy $.. per. mo. By Appointment... I II ACRES *Weeded. wttIa pi.. peed. .Pevod Road. Union County.
.-- 8 Pins ACRES Fr*.....eo Pevod Highway.... Rout or ......' *1 ACR8.J ACMS..J ACRO..4ACRM..I S acre..* acre Owner. wM.;
41 planted Pine*. Near finance...Suitable for Mobile Home.
4*) ACRBSt Can be purchased In 30-Acre Tract, .
'IOXIMATIL .... AclU with Mobile Nome. pond with weeds
can On 'f Qf toieaUyTra : Lawtoy. bridgee .'
Owner Financing. privacy fence and also boarded fence on road frontage, Unton ..
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f1 HOMI BLDO. LOTS. Hwy 14 W. City Water Sewage County..CaI
ncd > ,j.,96 tJ089C4lf. HOMI'BLDO. LOTSl Shady Oak' S/D. .......... For Rent or L_. 'appointment to HOf .
Owner Financing. ACRE to S ........Ownor finance." Owner will finance
ThRsdidfOrAsoefdtas: FOUR E-ACRE TRACHi Brookor Hwy.Fnxituoe. ACRESuyer oeee septic
tank and ....
quollf.
THRU l-AalltllrtllllltOhT LOTS. ,rook. Owner Financing.
...LOTS hN....across from lake llull.Lake on sa 231.Owner '
r....-U 7aal11net..9Q411142D.atia ; AFTER HOURS will fiw.nce d
Ood.tla462O3wuww6 Ward; : .......$ I. I0 Dodd......7430 I 110 percent for 5 yr*. to qualified buyer.

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:: ,; HANDYMAN. for maintenance /V OWNER-Between Silver lake and from

79 DODGE, 1/2 ton Plck-Up AfT A/C P' Medical) Soct RN. Earn up to $35,000., WANT TO DRINK THAT'S YOUR BUSI- end restoration of old home In Golf Course. 2BR/1BA. screened porch Keystone Heights to NAS Dally JAX. Leave
S, P/B.runs good Call 964 7481 t alter flex sched Full & Part-time Contact: NESSI! WANT I TO STOP? THAT'S Melroso. Please call 1-834-8399. Refs. w/spa, fenced yard, detached: garage. Keystone a.m. leave NAS at 4 p.m.

GRAPES-U-Pick $550. 12 Medical Personnel Pool, EOE.1-378- OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous 06436I9. and saps required. 4tchg8.1696NOTICE Call 473-0724 after 3 p.m. 1tpdB-t Call 473-4470.: 2t "23-3O
,'. 50 cents per Ib John 0333. 15 864-4I50. 964-6614. 17 2tchg8-16 TO BUV-Flrewood. oak one truck load,
;; Reddish 964-6565. 12 LPN'sEarn up to 26000. flex schedule, PAINTING: Any trailer w/paint and one 4IR/2IA pH-With addition' on 3/4 Acre. split and delivered. Call 473-2003:
Y FOR SALE1987 Champion Trailer, 2 Full & Part-time. Contact: Medical color, $120. Woody. 964-5405. Fireplace. CH/A,' Contract for Deed. 1tpd8/ZI

BR, 1 1/2 BA. Call 964-5991 Personnel Pool Attn. Fran EOE 17 ADVIRTHINO should be $24.700. David. Dickinson. 4737672..
1- CLASSIFIED submitted
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12SLEEPER 3780333. 15 DIVORCES $95-$150: WILLS$35-$50; to the lake Monitor of. 4tchg8--30 -. .. .... ....
Region
SOFA, Set 01( 8 Chippendale CLAY CABLE VISION in Starke has an DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERV- flee In writing and paid In advance LOVELY SBRlViBA-homa ,an 1 acre.
J ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford Located at 6934 CR214 West,In Met,....
dining chairs dining buffet, antique opening for a part-time customer unle.. credit Is already ..tabllihed U-PICK
chock ((1778)), ping pong table, an- service rep Apply at 527 S. Water Secretarial Services, Ino., 964-2700. with this office Only 42500. No down payment low
tique rocker. Call 064-2250 St., EOE Male or Female. tin 17BABYSITTING MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD monthly payments Let us assist you OtAPtS-Dark and light, largo and
12GRAPES1 15 In my home: 2 hot meal RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN with obtaining '-,'. Home ...... sweet. Open .very day from 7 a.m. to
: U-PIck, 50 cents per lb. W RNs, LPN's, Paramedics. All shifts w/snacks. Weekdays 8 am to 6 pm. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER First coma First --. Montana s p.m. Lilly's Vineyard Coral Farms
A Morgan Road off 16, 2nd house on needed Floor, ICU & ER. Get same Have trampoline swing let& fenced- THE TELEPHONE. Realty 12842617. 2tchg8/16-23 Road, Florahema. Tel.phon.659-2121.
left. 12' or bettor salary as Jacksonville & In-yard. 964-6341 ask lor Debby.HANDY Classified deadline Is 11:00: ..m. Tuesday SALE OR UASI-3BR/28A on I acre A/C 4tehg8-9-30
1979 Honda w/81 motor, $700. Radial Gainesville. Full benefits EOE. Con 17 prior to Thursday's publication. homo with ta""lew/__. like new!
arm saw,$250. Band saw$100 964- tact Kay Bonnie! or Reatha at Ed MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting Minimum charge$3.50 for IS words, 4731136. 473-0857. 2tchg-16-23
2300.12 Frasier Memorial Hospital 159 N. 3rd Plumbing,Electrical Decks,Additions then 15 cents far each additional word.If FOR SALE OR RENT-6351 CR3S2. 3BR
WASHER & DRYER. $150. Call 782- St Macclonny Ft 32063. 904-259- Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience. bills are mailed out, there will be a House Central Air.,, f fenced kitchen SERVICES
3314. 12 3151.. 15 Local references. Woody, 964-5405. I $3.00 billing charge. equipped. 26900. or$250. par.month.

TRAILER FOR SALE. 4 ft x 6 It. alum, LOOKING for a few good men Some out- TFN 17 Mailing addrass,,: P.O. Box 1171 1.751-0253.2tpdlll23-3O OWCE-or home cleaning. Wa do It all
num $450. Call 473-9785. of-town work. Must have Drivers license CHILD CARE: For !the working weekends.mom. After Keystone Hts.. FL 37656 CONCRETE BLOC HOME.3 BR 2 BA. Reasonable r.t... Just give u. a call.
12 & transportation. 782-3267. school nights and For replace heat pumP.. much dots 473-719 atchgS/16-23
5 HP Toro riding Lawn Mower. Perfect 15EMERGENCY dependable,good child care,call 964- 8JIe. Kaystona Club>> Estates A kids D A BERVtCSS-Lown core. Interior/Ex

condition. $249. 473-4619 or 964- ROOM Registered Nurse 8522. 17HANDYMAN go to>> KHHSII Watof Sao. terior Pe:wt!rg. Build or repair porches.
7500 and ask for Tommy. 12 7 pm 7 am. Excellent benefits Call AL at 934-4625. raflc$4000. down da fences shed, etc. Floor Ilia, wallpaneling

DINETTE Table+3 chairs$35. Baby bed- Competitive salary Experience preferred CARS $34.000 mortgags, 473-2513 replace __nlng. General

$50..Single bod-$45.1980 Fairmont Apply at Bradford Hospital BABYSITTING: In my home Mon. thru __ 1. __ fix." a repair Call 4733120.
4-cylATACRunsgood-$675.Phone 922 E. Call St, Starke, Fl. 32091 2tpdB-16-23
Fri.. Days only. Have ret. Located 2
1981 FORD Ixr-Body excellent, motor
ANIMALS HOMI
473-4508 HEALTH
12 ((904)) 964-6000 ext. 346, EOE.FIRST ml. from UCI. Call 431-1466. CAREperformad for
,1 DOUBLE BED complete with bookcase 15 needs work. 1000. or belt offer. elderly In your home. Flexible hours.

.. headboard, springs & mattress $40 BAPTIST Church of Olustee Florida STRICKLAND'S 17 SEWING MACHINE 4732042. llchgS/23 FREI-matura Pit Bull Terrier. Female, to References. 4739389. ltpd8/23

': 909 N. Thompson St. 12 is in need of a Pianist and a Music SALES AND SERVICE: All makes good home. 473-7740.ltpd8/23 Levlog Mam would like to care for your
Director to load all musical activities FOR SALE child or children In my home.473-4331.
TWO wood Drop-leaf tables. 1DuncanPhyfe.numorouschairs.colfeetables and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted -
1t_ /23BRADFORD
of die church. Interested persons $15. New end used sewing FOR RENT '
KIMBALL PIANO $1200..
WHITNEY
: end tables 1 dresser misc Ca1l964. should call 904/752-1563 after 7 pm. machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan Baldwin 1X10 KEYBOARD 6 months SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
6362 ask for 15 Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 LAKE ACCESS- or 3BR mobile homes. Septic tank .
: Peqqy. 12 pumpouts at reasonable.
,'" .. ..., ,, d" . "ATTENTION POSTAL JOBSI Start EXPERIENCED MOTHER will watch and ..... $400. Beth In excellent condition. I45/$1S3 per month toke Geneva price,aha drain Una repairs.Stark.
t \ "" '" $11 4i/hrl For application Info call care for your Infant In my horn. Excellent 473-1801. ltchgS/21 Rentals. 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-91 84-8121. TFN 17
;F'O JJ (,fL .HJr: r ( I) 602-838.8885. Ext. M-3493.6am references. 964-3521. BOAT TRAIIIR-16II ShoreLand'R.galvanlnd MOBIU HOMI-2BH or 3BR $143/$15S per 'LOOR 8AQQIN.DOOR
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; h l 7 used once. 473-200S. momth. Laka Laka Geneva
10pm days. 15 access.
17BATHING ORAQQIN.HOUSE
... OUT OF
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ATTENTION EASY WORK EXCEL- dipping, grooming, boarding. Rentals 473-7566. 6mopdtol2-27 LEVEL LaRue Leveling Service for
.. FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities LENT PAYI! Assemble products at Dogs and Cats. By exp. professional. (HP PRESSURE WASHER-IIke new 1700 LAKE COTTAOI-Prafar retired couple. a
J. paid. From $37.50 up weekly home Details ((1)602) -838.8885 Ext. Reasonable rates. Shaded countryarea. PSI $' 25.00. Honda Moped excellent 2BR/1BA, screened porch. 473-M09.: TFN 1.t.-.. ._ .
condition 473-3732.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St W1728315 964-9560.17 $200.00 2tpd8-23/30

Starke, In front of Post Office THE' CITY OF LAWTEY Is now accepting PAINTER, residential, Prof. work. Free 2tehgS/23-30 MOSILEHOMETwoedroOm, gooo catlon. -
13HALF application for certified water plant Estimates. 468-1666. 17 SATELLITE SVSTEM-rpouetied due to .. A mil* from town,, Adults' ", only.
ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for operator, must have a Class C Operator MOBILE HOME REPAIRS. Interior divorce. Still" under warranty. Nothing Call otter 4 p.rri 473.2651:2tpdl-16-23

rant Close to prison Call 468.1323. license Please contact Lawtey Exterior. Windows, doors, floors, down. $39/mo. 12721031. 2 BIDROOM-Unfurnlshed MH InMoira. YARD SALES
TFN 13 City Hall at 904-782-3454.office hours counters painting, roof coating, skirtIng 2tchgB/33-30 ... $250 with $100 deposit. Cell
't MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 from 9.00 to 5 30, Thursday hours Free Estimates. RememberYoupay SATTIUTE SYSTSM-IIke new 6 mo. old 473-2593. 1tchg8-16 .........'.9.... p.m.. 6335 Payna Rood.
t Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- ""m900t01200. 15 after the work is done-not before. with scrambler. Nothing down. DW MH-On ....utlfullok.ta.. 3BR/1BA. Follow signs from 21 and Brooklyn Bay
6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 EXPERIENCED Cabinet Man Needed. Call 964-6961. 17 $49/mo. 1-372-1018 2tchge/23-30 Ideal for older couple. $273 plus security Road. 1tchg8/23
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile Apply: Tim's Custom Cabinets. 212E MH WITH LO-bullt on FL room, new 200 ".p. Call 1-912-496-3618. PARK OFTM PAlMS-Annuol Yard Sale

from City. Furnished 463.1323 TFN Call St Slarke 8-5, Mon. thru Fri. :FOR 'SALE;' : Amp service. CH/A, 4 Inch well on 2 4tchg 8-16-9-6 Aug :24 and 25. Fri 9-4, Sat 912. Furniture .
13 15Town .. ; .< acres cleared, 'large oaks, very private TRIPU WIOI-Moblla Home an Deer Spr. and mlsc.1tpd8/23
3 BR, 1 1/2 BATH MOBILE HOME. Air, & Country Exxon is now taking ap- on small lake 26.500 OBO. 661-2908 Ings Lake, Big screened porch. $450. SAT AND SUN-Hwy 21N to Brooklyn

heat stove refrig, carpet. Unfurnished plications for Station Attendant.. Applyin ORGAN: Lowery Genie 44, bench 2tpd8/23-30 473-2232 1tpuoV33 Bay Road Follow signs. Guns, knives,
music
FURNISHED-32 f'. travel trailer with roof .
KEYSTONE ClUB-Estatas, 3BR/1BA. Control
Onprivaleiotwith shade Irons personTown & Country Exxon, earphones. $600. Call 964-7714 sporting goods, tools, cloth.,
+ on Grilfis Loop. $250 month and$150 800 S. Walnut St. 15 after 5.00 air. Electric and water Included. Older H/AC. Call 4752306. 1tchg8/23 household." ., misc. 1tchg8/23
or Sunday. 12
'. Non-smoker
sing or couple. preferred.
security deposit. Leave message or DEMONSTATOR WANTED: Depend- LIQUOR LICENSE: 8-COP, Good for 175.00 first and last 661-2908 WAREHOUSE SAlE-Saturday, Aug 23,
1 call aflor 6 p.m. 964-2090 No pots of uhlu well dressed individual to do Package or Lounge. Call 064-5509. 2tpd82330ADVENTURE :LAND 9:00 12:00. Jo and Gilbert Reed,

waterbeds. 13 domonstatmg in grocery stores In 12 __ RESORTS-of Am.rlco Keystone Mini-Storage. Next to
2 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home CILIA on Starke and surrounding areas. Call SEVERAL lOTS-avallablo.Hlghlldga' Keystone Veterinary Clinic. ltpd8/23
Good
Kingsley Lake Sept 8 to May 17 No 9u4 9793 15 membership. buy. 473-4878 E.tot.8.Mobll.Hom..ollow..0wrIerflnancln"S'.rtl. l I I FAMHY-Saturday. Aug" 23, 9 until ?.
children.$325. mo. Call 5333<:602 or Ads pd8/16-23 .., at$4.000.Plan Misc. It...... 185 Garden Street turn
Classified CASH REGISTER-Data Terminal Systems,
752.4339 13 ... tanaRealty. 1-284-2617 3tetg5/14.2340 right off SR21 South. Itchg823U
ONEBedroom W", ."...- ,', .H model 150. $150. Electric guitar black
Apt., Bradford ..
A V"I'Il1lApls. ,
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.,Modern Heat pump AC walled : t.t Q gF.q : .t. : GetsResults IL. bass,, excellent for condition band. $175.Roto-Tlller, coronet "
-" patlo7Tjood- etghborsri-$2t5.00 ; great Union: County Ads I
mo. 964.8601. 13fR'BENT per .. .. ". ...-,,-.. .. .. . 3hp/......-.......i-excellent condl-
..._. _,,. .. r {
HQUSE- 3BR. ,*UMM trw -TMsji :1. .,.a....: I" t..IIP9r. .J Itlt7t1-t134ttt2iPt; \.tn
; : 2BA Exclusive
:
'SAO Ranbh tfe whew custom built 38R2BA .. . ... .. .i" FOR SALE
neighborhood CH/A wlW carpet \ ., ."< .,,, ..:;. -- 4O't itt HELP WANTED
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kitchen furnished $550. mo Brick Home. 2 car garage, fireplace J "I '

$300. deposit. Call 1.259.5244 21 Showcase. $87,000.Property-Broker.Call Trevor, Century 473- POOLSof BILL'S APPUANCI, USED SALES AND ATTENTION 6OVIRNMENT JOBS YOU

13LOW 4903. 16CfUNTRV I ACTION REPAIR SERVICE. 8tiy soma, sail same, AREA fl7,840-$69.48S. Call ((1)
DAILY or weekly rates Kitchenette CLUB ESTATES, 3BR/2BA. trade soma fix _.. 496-1090. 4tpd. attt-838-8885. .xt. R-9127. '
ava able. Lawtey 782-3332 Jacksonville 4/1 2-4/26 than TFN. V
ATTENTION POSTAL JOBSI Start
Brick 4 well
yrs.,deep fireplace split
13OFFICE BR Screened porch, 1986 sq. ft, 2 In-Ground Concrete Pools TRAILER HITCH for full sl.. truck' Coll M.4l/bourl Fort application Info call
RENTALS Several offices now 964-8791. ask for Jason. TfN ((1) 003-838-8885. Ext. M-9127 6
$99,500., 1-384-1601
car or
garage First In Quality Lowest In Prices STEEL DOGIOX for full size truck. Double .
available in the Crosby Corporations" 9&L9748 16 __ a.m.-IO p.m.. 7 day. 3tpd. 8/2 8/16.
office 7 miles south of doors. Swivel _to Call Jason' at WORK EXCELLENT
building. Starke, FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, den with Best In ValueMIDSUMMER ATTENTIONS EASY
Hwy 301. 468-1150. 13 screened 964-8791 TFN. PAY Assemble"' products .. home.Oetells. .
fireplace, ,
frontporch large
SPECIAL GRATES PICK OR WI PICK at Martin's ,. W-9117.
ACLF home 24 hr. day care semi private deck. Carpet. Large loL 964- 499. (1)) M2-8M-88M Ixt.
room&downstairs apt.torrent. Pleas TFN 16ASSUMABLE Fruit Farm Ft. White. Closed Sunday ...... S/!. /16. B/2J.

ant Valley Care Center 964.4546 NE/NO Loan.3 Bedrooms, '<$7900 COMPLETE-liMITED TIM ONLY 4972621. LAD BUTU APPAREL WANTS YOUI

13 2 Baths, Nice Starke Sub. 2 100% ...Phone ((904)) 737-6486 CREPE MYRTU- Nqw BLOOMING Red. Fulltime, dedicated people, for production
3 BR, 2 BA. CH/A carport, garage. Cor- Owner transfered, MUST SELL, + acres.Call Financing........... Whit., Pink and'Whl... At Martin'sFruit Una sewing operators No experience .
e Farm, Ft. White. W. also hove will train. No
ner lot, fenced yard excel. neighborhood 964-4106, No I__ necessary, we
agents please. -
Paddle fans, all appliances. 16 -. -- -. fruit plant. 497-2621.,Closed Sundry shift work. 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.Good
Lease/Option $500. mo 964- Stchrg. 8/2 8/30. pay training curves for new
per FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CB House. .
7403 13 PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty employees good benefits for fulltlme
LR, DR, FRw/fireplace, Fenced
yars. to lake on small monthly .. paid vacation paid
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY Barn w/eloc 964-5647. 16 JK "'ploy. ;
WATER, SEWER CABLE TV :2! 8R. payments on piano. See locally. Call holidays molar medical. Hie insurance

1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 manager anytime. 203-344-3932. profit sharing credit union.
MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY TREE AND STUMP 3tchrg. 8/2. 8/16. attendance and safety bonuses. Applym
WATER, SEWER. CABLE TV 964- 1972 TROPHY J3H.TRAVEL TRAILER A/C. parson at Lake Butter Apparel Company.
7498 TFN 13 Stove, Refrigerator, Front Awnings. 255 $.E. 6th Ave., Lake Butler
FURNISHED 2 BR, Mobile Home CH/A. REMOVAL and morel $2500 ar beat offer. B/U 2tchg. 8/23

$350 mo. + dep No Pets 964 3595 431-1714. atchrg. 8/9, 8/14. IAIN MONEY AT HOMI stuffing
"AT fENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start : ; .... REFRIGERATOR push mower 12ft. envelopes. Send a .elf-oddroiud
13LARGE $11.41/hr. application Info call((1)) l/i"tiiitsiiii lil.s It' I
MOBILE freezer and sewing machine. Call Myr stamped envelop to: PMA, Box 1323
14 X 70, 3 BR, 2 BA .
602 838 8885, Ext. M-17283, 6am .. I
HOME In excellent location $275. I Opm.. 7 days." 20 I . '\\I- '.'" ". tie Bailey 4963349. Itchg. 8/16 Broken Arrow, Ok. 740131323. llpd.

,, per. mo. plus $100. dep. 964-9017 or 8/1*
PERSONAL SERVICES
964-8704. 13 DE A PARALEGAL; Accredited 1976, 964-9300 INSURANCE SALES No axperiencenacastary.

ROOMS FOR WORKING PEOPLE Air Attorney Instructed, Home Study, Fin. Excellent training program.
Conditioned South of Starke on 30 1. Aid,. Free Catalog SCI1800669- .... WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- Guaranteed salary.' Benefits Include.:
No prices over phone 964 563/ 2555 20 man W.II and Septic T.nkftc..- 24 group Insurance life and disability Insurance
'13 : Inch water wells Pumps. soles' .r. and retirement program. Call
BAPTIST Church of Florida
FIRST
Olustee

2 BR..! BA. house. Kitchen furnished is in need of a Pianist and a Music DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY vice, Installation septic tanks lift 37e-12o3. between 8.30: a.m. and 4 30

'downtown, 964-4990 13 Director to lead all musical activities stationsNew Installation, droinfieldrepairs. p.m. 8/16 2tchg. 823MOBILE
r 1 BEDROOM APT. 2nd Floor Move & of the church. Interested persons 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke Contact Bryan (Skeetar) "

,refrig. No Pets $50 perwk Call 964- should call 904/752-1563 after 7 pm. Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 Jones-27S-2004- Jones- 275-2716. HOMES
-$495. 13 15FIRST After 6 p.m.Stole licensed- work

TRAILER for Rent: Near Graham nice BAPTIST Church of Olustee. Flor Well Drilling guarent....- free estimates 1/75 Stpd. _FOR SALE_
place 'in the country $250. mo plus ida Is in need of a Pianist and a Music 2/22 then/ tin
$150."dep. on lights & security / or Director to lead all musical activitiesof Residential & LOUIE NOEGEL LAWN SERVICE Fro 1t7 ZUMWM DOUBLIWIDf 1.600 sq. ft.
.$65. per week. 485-1371 13 the church. Interested persons Irrigation Estimates 496-3923. Stchrg. 7/26. Carport screened porch. 3 bed/2 bath

should. call 904/752.1563. after 7 pm. 8/16. Control .heat and air fireplace, gardentub.
L : : : '; ",: i 15PAINTER BABYSITTING WANTED Ixporloneod Ta ba moved. $21.000 or best of-
(H E't \l iij ;. ,,residential.' Prof. work. Free I mom would like to care for your child. f.,. Call 1.5263236.4tchrg. 8/2. 8/23.
9 ''I! A Jl..f Estimates 468-1666. 17 Will provld. lunch snacks. Infants to
". .. .. .. 'I"j, '.. .", !GET for 12 years welcome. Reasonable .......
$50. BONUS just giving us a try. Pump FOR RENT
Convlantly located In Laka lu''''.
LICENSED cosmetologist wanted. Busy Christmas Around The World. Free 496-3913 .. ......
Janice Noegel .Y'
kit, free training No investment. Call Sales &
salon 7 chair shop. 1 chair available, 8/23. .
r "' 964-4645. TFNWATKINS '496-3248. 20 4tchrg2t. 7/26 lINT Of. RENT TO PURCNAS5160.5200
964-4151 or HOME HEALTH CAM PERFORMED FOR
monthly Security deposit required.
15 EmRS Service On 8 ELDERLY at h_. Night ,ar Day. 5..id'. Park behind US. 6tpd. 7/26 8/30.
PRODUCT Dealers Wanted; .496-390o.3tchrg..... BtMOOM for rent. Worthington Spr
7061
You have need business to make opportunity extra money for ,you.we "CO'MMERCIALRENTAL All Makes 9'4. CARS AND TRUCKS """ "ings." Myrtle. loll.,. 4fe-334. Itchg.

call 904-732-
collect
For information Lie 1305 TWO B8DROOM MOBILI HOMI In

3068.15 1988 CHEV. CAMARO like new. .......... residential. area. $110 per month plus
NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon Excellent $500 down and take over payments. $100 security deposit. Call nights and
call
representative for Information Sall 96-31192. 8/16 2tc.... 8/23 ___: weekends. .*..,.52. 8/16 2tpd. 8/23
Ramona at 782-3068. 15 Downtown Locationat A heat TMHB. BWHIOOM MOBIll HOMI Two

WELDERS Railcar repair facility needs In 114-116-118 N. pump 1 bath. largo lot. Front and back porch.
welders with mech. ability. Apply AFFORDABLE! Unfurnished except appliances. Rent
person Mon. Fri. 8 30 am 4 Walnut Street. month plus deposit. Call .
Industrial Fully $300 a
Kustom Kar Corp., Reynolds .
T.H.B.APARTMENTS 44.2554. tfnchg. 1/16
will feel
Park, Hwy 16 15 East! Green Cove Occupied. Good anyone .

Springs FL
'JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA; Income. Appraisedat NOTICECEASE

Openings available In several areas,
$80M
-' will train, For info call: 708-742-8620 plus. comfortablewith oaa E. Brownlce St. pw' ADVERTISING should be submitted

_ext362 15 ALL ;. tEg K4. to the Union County Times of-

pr, .INSURANCE SALES No exp. neo, REASONABLEOFFERS Star, WL 32O91 fin ki writing and paid In advance)
Excellent training program. Guaran- unless credit Is already established
teed salary. Benefits Include group Respondto 964-7133 with this office.
Insurance and TIN TIMES STAFF CANNOT 88 HELD
health, life, disability .
Call 376-1262 : P.O. Drawer A .. 2 & 3 BR. family oriented wtth ISPONSIB1I FOB MISTAKES IN
retirement program. __. Buy the bass XL 1100 lest loafx, & Jar e
laundry playground. .
I' between 8'30 am.and 4 30 pm. ) CLA8WPM08 WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Starke, FL 32091 UBJR Irs bound to pnwtde.I loa-kpUn|
_< Tits .1'ttON1.
19 IIBllt. fcclinfofcaaifon: Beonjsethetttatted FREE!: Electricity: Brat month. a... .... deadline.,. Is", MONDAY. S
.::'ytr t200\ teutrm brat pIIIIf...b.cbed by to___srsuick.e's 10 year .Rent 3OH of your moothhr IneonnIf ,
f: smut*ee hethsosmonojor sad oA plus I yous as puts And quality.II : P.M.'prtor to Thursday publication.
I"n'J l"t the unR's super hl ;\'FOR'SALE 1C ., CaD 1DcIa1 fur aloe cIcfaIIa..die l 20b eet....Pm .. II weak at have 3 dependents, your' than 13 cants for each ward thereof.

CT1\ rent.III b>about fl la a monthor

1 "Fill Dirt;, TOP Soil .TIf COWARTAir month Qualified 3.73 far per StaClM mowta day\ far Accepted.after day-the left first.ta the REWARDrW4MHWA0 ..


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'': y can make those little everyday therapist at Ramadan Hand In Stewart is now considering'surgery
\I thing Impossible, even embarrass stitute. "After a car wreck it mightget for his left ring finger, .
worse. Trauma tends-to speed up which also began to draw toward the
ing.rutting:
your hand In your pocket. the process." palm several years ago.
Shaking hands.Gripping hammer. The right hand is usually affected Another Dupuytren s patient who
casting a fishing reel. more often than the left, althoughsome experienced very little pain during
The odd curling of the fingers patients develop Dupuytren's and after surgery was retired postal
toward the palm -particularly the in both hands. worker Harry Farmer of
ring finger and the little finger William Steward, 69, of Deland Gainesville."I .
i Menu to get worse with age. And,it began to notice a slight curvature of had it done on both hands. They
becomes more and more difficult to the middle finger in his right hand had started to curl and I couldn t
t. straighten those fingers. nearly 20 years ago. As the years straighten them out. It was like a
The condition is not uncommon went by the drawing inward of the clenched fist," Farmer said. "Therewas
and It Is not untreatable. It's called finger became more pronounced and no pain to it. There were light
Dupuytren's Contracture and it la during the past two years had begunto twitches every now and then, but
common in older men. The nation ache at night. aspirin took care of it."
became aware of Dupuytren's Con He decided on surgery the only However, some patients do ex-
tracture when' President Ronald known treatment for Dupuytren's- perience discomfort, particularly
r ; i i iI Reagan had surgery to straightenhis which"releases',the Contracture by during therapy, Mueller said.
left ring finger before leaving office removing shrunken tissue from Following surgery, the patient
In 1889.Researchers. under the palm. usually undergoes therapy for six to
estimate that as "People told me not to do it. They ten weeks.
many as 20 percent of men over age said I'd be crippled up the rest of my For part of that time,hand is placed
I i r r.' 4 10 may develop Dupuytren's., life. But I said it's my life and I'm in a splint to prevent the fingers
? although the affliction Is not limited going to do it," Stewart said. from curling again. The primaryaim
to older men. His physician In Deland referred of therapy Is to control the
"Both men and women may Stewart to Ramadan Hand Institute swelling In the hand and to maintain
develop Dupuytren's Contracture/ which treats patients throughout flexibility so the hand does not
said Dr. Alain Czaykowsky. a hand North Florida and South Georgia for become stiff.
surgeon with Ramadan Hand Institute hand and foot problems. Dr. Owen The hand should be elevated to
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in Gainesville. "I've seen patients Osborne, who specializes in hand control swelling, and there may be I
as young as 35, but it's more surgery,performed the procedure at some pain until the incision heals. .
common at an older age." Ramadan Hand Institute in Lake Usually total recovery occurs unless i
Rarely'painful, Dupuytren's Con Butler Hospital.The the joint is bent more than 60-70 per
Anything tracture occurs when the tissues surgery was done on an outpatient cent. In those cases, most of the
underneath the palm begin to basis in November and Stewart hand's function can be regained.The .
Goes' FinalPerformances thicken and shorten. The cause Is then underwent hand therapy for decision of when and if to
uncertain, but it appears to be three months. undergo surgery depends on the

hereditary In the Anglo-Saxon race, hand back to normal now, severity of the condition. .
particularly In people of Northern "My "When people start noticing it,
and I m really satisfied with it. NowI
descent. they should have it checked.
European Some
can do anything, Stewart said. "I
In some eases Dupuytren's may people will tolerate It and choose not
hand
really never much with it.
This WeekendThe be linked to diabetes, epilepsy pain to have it done," Mueller said.
It was sore, but not painful. It took
alcoholism and tuberculosis. about "They should continue to have year
six months for all the sorenessto
award-winning Cole Porter Chronic invalids also have a tendency You ly check ups. If it starts to become
go can just barely see
musical, "Anything Goes", will conclude to develop the condition.An where away.the incision was,but you haveto more of a problem,they may want to
this week after three sell-out early symptom of Dupuytren's look close to see it. have the surgery."
performances at the Starke Contracture Is the growth of a small
Woman's Club. nodule on the palm or knuckle. The -
ring finger Is the most frequently affected -
Those who have not already seen followed '
by Dupuytren's, by
this rollicking musical ;comedy are the pinky, middle and Index fingers. SPECIAL
invited to join the Bradford Community
dull
There be
may a tingling or
Players as they sail on the aching sensation. .
USS American Into a sea of F "', "The rate1 at which Dupuytren'l'procresses
romance, comedy and great music. varies. There may be H KEYSTONE

Tickets for this Friday's showingare __ some continued curvature and then
$5,and the grand finale on Saturday a plateau. For others it may
will include a buffet, catered by gradually worsen over the years or GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Dexter's Gourmet Restaurant for accelerate all of the sudden" said
$12.50. Bruce Mueller, an occupational

There is a brisk demand for Moves up to 18 holes of play.
tickets for the two remaining performances
and patrons are advised to FHP Troopers -

obtain tickets early. Reservations Continue License,
should be made now by calling Vehicle Inspections OfficialOnening
Laura Conti at 964-8498or pick up .
tickets at Mitchell's Store Bradford .' ..
Drug CountyJ'banndaJJl&bw --- -.I Day
Santa Fe Community College, and : ; %.lPatId..wDL. ,-...... .i.chL. ./ l.hiTB rtrr
I Fleet Finance. :.. be conducting driver license..and, 7 iJI/L'iLlg ,
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
the week of Aug.M through Aug. I 1990
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The'Green Thumb, Inc., employment In County.Recognizing 1. /j Please call 473-4540 for more
the danger presentedto
Walt Kelly saw it twenty years should allow natural processes to and training program is a the public by defective vehicle information.
ago. For centuries, he wrote, we break wastes down Into harmless federally funded program designed equipment. Troopers will concentrate
to help older workers, age 55 and
have plodded along happily throwing materials while confining any toxic their efforts on vehicles being
our garbage over our shoulder materials so they can be recoveredand older, in their efforts to achieve self- operated with defects such as bad
where we can't see it.But the stuff is processed. when trash Is first sufficiency by becoming productive brakes, worn tires and defective
catc' 'ng up with us. The faster we put In a landfill, aerobic (oxygen members of the labor force. lighting equipment. In addition attention iiiliilroSi&S99POWN ; '
run trying to stay ahead of it, the consuming) microorganisms start Green Thumb provides will be directed to drivers
closer it comes. decomposing it. As the oxygen is mechanisms by which older workers who would violate the driver license
increase current skills or
Job
anaerobic bacteria can '
depleted, con laws of Florida. ,
Throw it Away... tinue the prcess and the decomposition learn With new"The skills. of the WorkForce" The Patrol has found these checkpoints ,,,,, .
Graying '
"< '<" < < WEE'
American families throw away a rate slows down. The decom- to be an effective means of enforcing 5 ,'j #
,older workers are becomingmore '; t$35,PER: .
ton of garbage each year, on position process creates heat, liquids and In demand. And, the equipment and driver
average. Disposing of that trash and methane gas. while older more workers believe in a license laws of Florida while insuring '81 Mercury Cougar
becomes a more critical problen Liquids in the landfill combine the of all motorists. 1495
each year. Landfills are still the with rainwater seeping down from day's work for a day's pay.many of protection 6 Cyl.. AT PS. PB. AC #34O9

main method, but landfills have the surface,'forming leachate. It is them have found themselves without Colon County '72 Ford Econoline Van
due to obsolete skills,
this leachate that well-built landfill employment
changed in recent years and are a Patrol will $139S
The Florida Highway I
becoming more complex-and ex should control. By placing the landfill company closing, mandatory and 6 Cyl.AT.PS.PB #3507
driver license
be
and etc. conducting
retirements lay-offs,
pensive. on property that has an know Is 55, vehicle Inspection checkpoints during '82 Toyota Starlet ':
$
If
or someone you
There time when underground clay layer, the clay you
was a we put our Q95
week of 14 AlII.sola
older and the Aug. 4 e Trans. 3503
years of age or living on a 1,4Sp
trash in a hole in the ground, acts as a barrier to liquids, slowing fixed Income and interested in SR-100, SR-U1, SRLst'U,mt-241.:
covered it and about it. their movement deeper Into the low or '
forgot
up 82 Chevy Chevette
workforce CR-li. CR-JS7, CR-229.
getting back into the con SR-338. : 1295
Now to the environment for ground.The landfill also have a
protect may tact Florida Green Thumb at CR-129, CR-231A, ci -34A and CR- 4JCyUT.P9.PJ!
the future, we may not be able to heavy-and expensive-plastic liner.
796A In Union County.
forget about it. Liquids collect in the lowest partof 904-241-8188. $199 DOWN}( viSiW'$40: PER WEEK
the landfill where they be .
For thousands of years, the gar- can
bage we threw away was mainly pumped out and treated. Monitor '82 Nissan Sentra
stuff which nature could recycle wells drilled around the outside of Looking a Great Buy? 4 Cyl,4 Speed. #3508 1995
fairly easily through decomposition.But the landfill check for leaks and con
In recent generations, we have tamination. '78 Dodge Pickup
started using more plastics, See the Classifieds 6 C 1.Std. Trans. 3439 $1995
household chemicals, automotive Closed Landfills... ,
supplies,and agricultural chemicals Even after a landfill has been I I 78 Toyota Celica
which nature has a harder time deal ed and covered over,it still has( "_ 4 Cyl.. 5 apd. trans. 3423 $1695
ing with. watched for
Think about this, food refuse, site has to be maintained armysion \' 8O Ford Mustang $1695

paper and cotton rags decompose in controlled, and leachate must t WESTSTAB InvSranmental 8 Cyl. AT .
a few months. An aluminum can be treated.Gas levels In the fill haveto

: takes 200-400 years to break down. be watched to prevent explosions, {$239>DOWN ) 1nfff$40: PER:WEEK
The plastic rings that hold a six-pack and monitor wells need to be checked. -
together take 450 years to deCom- These are some of the hidden Pumping and Sopilo Servlco, Inc. '83 Escort"S/W
But styrofoam never decom 2495
pose. costs of landfills.
poses. New Installations Repairs. Restaurant Grease 4 Cyl.AT.'PSPB.AC .3502

We need to cut down on the Traps Pumped Residential Pump-Outs '78 Mercury.Cougar '
: amount of trash we create and then What To Do... #3495 2895
AT.PS.PBJVC
dispose of it in a way that will protect V8.
"We have met the he
enemy-and
the environment. 'state :. l a Insured 964-5008 Bus.
Delta 88
& 79 Olds
is us", Kelly said In his famous ,State Uc.

Landfill Problems... "Pogo"solution to cartoon pollution strip starts in 1971.at home.The State Authi> 7-80 1 Mob I V8. ATPSPBAC'13487 $2495

"Solid ground"Is not always solid. Cutting down on the amount and 82 Ply Reliant S/W $2495
In most parts of Florida, the soil Is typeS' of trash we throw away will 4 Cyl.ATTPS.PB.AC: #3481
fairly porous and liquids on the sur- help extend the life of landfills. .

: face can gradually work their way Recycling, once only a fad, :-is t N' : 'OWN' I1i4$ t&$40 PER WEEK:"
underground., And it Is from becoming more attractive and.some :
f-. underground reservoirs (called communities now require it. odge Charger

;',"- aquifers) that we get our fresh Glass, paper, aluminum, copper, CALLMcGill 4 LAT.PSPH.AC: #3493 $2995
: water. some plastics car batteries,.tires
: Landfills cause problems when appliances, and yard trash can be 84 Pontiac 6000
:,': hazardous materials they contain, separated out from trash going into V6.AT.P3.PB.AC #3453 $2895
'- find their Into the underground' .. .
: way the landfill. We can paper containers .
water supply or into lakes and Instead of styrofoam and 81 Pontiac Firebird
;;:. streams. A small amount of taxic U- plastics, and we. can dispose of Plumbing Company V6.AT.PS.PB.AC #3429 $2695
,#;: quid can pollute a tremendous Chemicals at approved locations.
':'- amount of water and It may take For more Information on landfills 82 Mercury Cougar S/W

'' :. many years and' many dollars to contact the Florida Department of 7381 Hwy 21 N. Keystone Heights V6.AT.PS.PB.AC #3492 2995
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clean the
up mess. Enviromental Regulation, or writeto

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it|; A 'properly designed landfill Box 64, Live Oak,Florida 82080. .
83 Chevy CapriceV8.4DR.AT.PS.PB.AC
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.orJ. #3513
E| SUrke/Bradlord Chamber T '90
.. king Expo ApplicationsBusinesses' '
85 Dodge Aries
Plumbing Repairs
:3S The Starke/Bradford Chamber of may' now sign up to. 4 Cyl. AT.P!:PH.AC # SW$399v
fi'Commerce Is now taking entries fps rent booth space and receive com
'-:': Its Showtime '90 apo itl n. plimentary tickets to send to 85 Ford Ranger P/U $3695

;:-; The event, planned to allow customers. 4 CYL.4 .
r.-: chamber members I to showcase
:-'' their businesses .or services, Is For: more Information on"Showtime 473-2400 t, 84 Chevy Celebrity

scheduled to take place September '90. call'the SUrke/Brad-: 8 A .C...3422 $3495_
22 and 23 at the Bradford. County I* lord Chamber of Commerce at ..... .
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Margaret C. McCoy Union County. He has lived in Lake Protestant Faith.Survivors of Christ Scientist Gainesville, a Ann Brown of New Orleans La. and of our loved one. Your prayers and
Mrs. Margaret C. McCoy 37, of Flaccid for the last 13 years. Include her husband, retired mining engineer and an Army five grandchildren. visits the gifts of food and flowers
Pelrer, South Carolina, died August He was employed with the St. Joe Joe Benefield of Lake Butler; five veteran of W.W.2. Funeral services will be held and many other acts of kindness
. 14, 1990 from Injuries received in an Paper Co. and had retired from the daughters, Theresa Strickland of Mr. Thatcher has no known sur Thursday at 2:00 pm. In the First have made our burden of grief
automobile accident. She was born St. Regis Paper Co. several years Daleville Ala, Deborah Richard of vivors. Baptist Church of Lake Butler with easier to bear and will long be
In Clinton County,Kentucky and had ago. He was also a member of the Starke, Susan Thornton of Worthington Memorialization be by cremation Rev. Terry Cranford and elder remembered with love.
lived in Brooker before moving to Baptist Church. Springs Buffy Reed of with burial at a later dale.Jones Felton Smith officiating. Burial will Thank you from all of us;
Pelzer In April of this year. Survivors include his wife DaleviUe,.Ala and Diana Smith of Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsis follow in Dekle Cemetery under the Margaret L.Jackson(sister),Frank
Survivors include her husband Elizabeth Johnson Rahn of Lake Worthington Springs. Three sons, In charge of arrangements. direction of Archer Funeral Home of and Buddy Weaver (sons), PatrickD.
Charles McCoy of Pelzer, South Flaccid. Two sons, Wayne and Joe M. Benefield, Jr., of Sierra Lake Butler and Arthur G. Loudon (brothers)
Carolina. One son, Edward McCoy Christopher Rahn both of Jackson- Vista Arl., John A. Benefield of Family requests that in lieu of and numerous grandchildren and
of S.C..Her parents WUlard ville.Two brothers Hugh Rahn and Worthington Springs and David Harlis R. Ellington Sr flowers contributions by made to great grandchildren, nieces and
Pelzeri Smith of Brooker. Two Buster Rahn both of Starke. One Benefield of Worthington Springs. Mr. Harlis R. Ellington, 58, of ALSa Association 21021 Vernura nephews.
sisters,Helen Swearengin of Albert- sister Joyce Tucker of Tallahasseeand Also Iff grandchildren. Lake Butler, died Monday evening Blvd Ste. 321, Woodland Hill, Ca. In
ville Ala. and Wanda Dixon of three grandchildren. Memorial services were held in August 20,1999, in the North Florida 91364. AppreciationWe .
Lakeland. One brother, Archie Funeral services were held Tues- the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeos Regional, Medical Center in would like -to express our
Smith of Brooker. day,Aug. 21, In the Chapel of Archer Lake Butler with Rev. Archie Gainesville,following a long Illness. Card of Thanks heartfelt appreciation to friends and
Funeral services were held Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Ar- Smith officiating. Burial will be at a He was born In Starke, living most The family of Ms. Ella Toplin relatives for the food, flowers and
August 18 in the Chapel of Archer cher Funeral Home was in charge of later date. Archer Funeral Home of of his life in Union County He wishes to convey their heartfelt other kindness shown during the illness
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with arrangements. Burial was in Elzey Lake Butler is in. charge of ar- retired from Owens-Illinois thanks and appreciation for and and loss of our son.
Rev. Charlie Green officiating. Chapel Cemetery in Lake Butler. rangements. Woodlands In 1971. He has owned all sympathy expressions shown any us The family of "Little Jerry"
Burial followed at Dedan Cemetery. Marie E. Benefield and operated Ellington Construction during thee recent homegoing of our Ward Jr.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Russell N. Thatcher Jr. Company In Lake Butler since 1971. Sister and Auntie.May the blessingsof In AppreciationThe
Butler was In charge of ar Mrs. Marie Elizabeth Benefield He was a member of the First Baptist God be with you all.
rangements. 54,of Lake Butler died Tuesday morning Mr. Russell N.Thatcher,Jr.,82.of Church of Lake Butler, Florida The Family of Ms.Ella Toplin family of the late
Jackson W. Rahn August 14, 1990 in the Shands Keystone Heights Florida died Friday Sheriffs Association Union County McDougald would like to than
Teaching Hospital after a brief il August 17, 1990 in tlachua Riding Club and Florida Sheriffs everyone for their thoughtfulness
Mr. Jackson W. Rahn M, of Lake lness. General Hospital, Gainesville, boys Ranch. Card of Thanks during our time of bereavement.Your .
Flaccid died Friday August 17.1990, She was born in Panama Canal following a short illness. Born In Survivors include his wife, Alice thoughtfulness will always
near his home after a sudden illness. Zone and had lived in Hialiah for Brooklyn New York, on March 27, Griffis Ellington of Lake Butler One The family of Mrs. Emma Rene remain a warm memory in our
He was born in Martin, Florida lived many years before moving ot Lake 1908 he moved to Keystone Heightsin daughter, Paulette Davison of Lake Weaver acknowledges with grateful hearts. May God bless each and
his younger life in the Wor- Butler in 1979. She was a 1964 from New York City. Butler. One son, Ricky Ellington of appreciation your kind expressions everyone of vou.
thington Springs Community of homemaker and a member of the He was a member of First Church Lake Butler. One sister Dorulhy of sympathy during the recent loss The McDougald Family

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Suburbia is battleground- between The last ditch effort 0/ for squirrelsthat visible from&a window" he 0/said. Looking a Great Deal? Check the Classifieds!

squirrels and human beings, are persistent pests is to trap Schaefer recommends whole,raw
says a University of Florida wildlife them and give them a country home or roasted peanuts or pecans.bait.
expert. Schaefer said.Schaefer Move the pest animal more than five
"Homeowners call with problems suggests buying live miles away and get permission from
about squirrels as much as they do traps or renting or borrowing traps the land owner to release It there.
about snakes," said Dr. Joseph from pest control companies or
Schaefer at UF's Institute of Food humane societies. "It's impossible to. keep all squir- .", Q, SAWYER GAS Sa e
and Agricultural Sciences IFAS). Live traps should never be put in rels out of an area, Schaefer said. (J" p aysF
"Only armadillos and moles cause an attic or other places where they "Other nearby squirrels will 'lJ. a
more phone calls." can't be monitored easily, Schaefer recolonize but you can remove the a cash
Sciurus carolinensis or squirrels said. specific animals causing particular .P a I- m
and Homo sapiens fight over bird "The best location is directly problems. You won't break up a
feeders gardens and nesting ter below the entry hole or In the. yard squirrel family this lime of year"
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Free hunter Education

Course OfferedIn

Keystone Heights

The Florida came and Fresh :' '. I
Water Fish Commission will be of- rfl $
fering a free hunter education f
course during the month of ;
September at the Keystone Heights I
Sportsmans Club beginning 1
September 17th at 7:00 p.m. Ft
The 12-hour course includes information !' .4 ,
on firearm safety, + M .Y i
wilderness survival,first aid,ethics, 44 .4 !
wildlife Identification, conservation
laws and marksmanship."Most i t
firearm accidents are
preventable by following the basic
commandments of firearm safety," I
said Lt. Rudy Howell, hunter educa- t I 1 Ii i
tion officer for the Game and Fresh I y
Water Fish Commission. r f
Effective June I, 1991 all persons .
born after June 1, 1975 who wish to s ',
hunt will be required by law to complete I I!! II, .. ";" .;.:: .,,":..,:....: '
this course. Pre-registration is i i
required. Call 758-0525 for more in- I { y )
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Course OfferedBy Madga Sullivan,a resident of the
SFCC Aug. 30 Windsor Manor mining home In
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Starke,tie a yellow ribbon to ont of .
"AIDS Update" a course of four I Windsor Manor't front door
contace hours, will be offered
August 30 by Santa Fe Community 1:1: Batumi to/thou 1M nuntnswmedecided their tupport for Corner Edwards Road & U.S. 301
College from 6:00.9:45: : In
building W, room 229, Gainesville p.m. servicemen tent to Saudi Arabia by 1737 S. Walnut Street
campus. making and tyintyetlou ribbon to
This course will help nurses meet the doors and column*of Windsor
Florida's continuing education re- Word Processing Offered at Andrews CenterTwo Manor Tuetday.:Tht resident and ZOTOS SHAMPOO
quirements and satisfirs the ttaffabo worm yellow ribbon pin
HIV/AIDS education requirements sections of the introductorycourse beginning a career in Information Administrator Barbara Brook With While
mandated by the Florida Board of in Word Processing Processing or for improving the laid the lymbotic gesture had Supplies
Nursing for nurses and health care (OST-2711) are being offered this skills of office employees. Primary tiffupcant moaning to tome of the Any Perm
professionals licensed by or semester at the Andrews Center of emphasis Is placed on machine resident who have relative who Last :
employed by licensed H.R.S. Santa Fe Community College in operation and problem solving. The have been tent to Saudi Arabia
facilities. Starke. One class meets on Mondayand classes begin on Monday, Aug. 27, $20.00
There is a $16 fee. Call Faye Wednesday from 8:30: to 9:45 and run to Dec. 17. Perms ........ and Up
Wilson coordinator for continuing a.m.and the other from 11:30: a.m.to
education, 395-5724. 12:45 p.m.This For more information, please call
course is ideal for ghirten 964-5382. Haircuts.... $5.00 and Up


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policies.hey buy. Previous law re- vesting state employees' monies in proximately $1.5 billon in bonds an- Keep Looking
quired this only for individual health the state's Deferred CompensationPlan nually.
insurance and limits -- .
policies. penaltiesd
on early
Maintaining Financially Healthy withdrawals. Consquently, Gallagher has called
for new procedures for more pru-
Companies: This package of
"solvency" bills was designed to Cabinet... dent managemtn of state bond'
issues,
significantly increase the financial Early in his Cabinet term, such as negotiate
of underwriter
costs on
restrict requirements premium for writing insurers and and In- rules Gallagher regulating discovered the there issuance are no of sales and guidellnesd for participation -

vestments. The new law will In- bonds, although Florida Issues. ap- fairness.by underwriters to ensure TEAL TILE & C RP

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Medicare supplement in- you that; Teal
surance policies to cover the con- STARKE
sumer's pre-existing health condi-
Tile & Inc.
tions to the extent of the old policy. Carpet, _
Thousands of learn the teaches students -
Motor Vehicle Insurance Task people course
Force: The 1989 Legislature con- how to prepare income tax how to save money on their offers in-home :
tinued this task force to dtermine the "
returns from H & R Block and taxes and also prepares them
impact of current and new auto insurance !
requirements on the then earn money as Income tax for a rewarding career. consultation on carpet .0 {

availability and cost of insurance. preparers. H & R Block, the The affordable fee includes _
Electonically Transferred Taxes: world's income textbooks and needs..One ,
This law allows the state to Increase largest tax supplies. 'j or flooring
service offers its Graduates receive Certificatesof i iI
its annual investment earnings by preparation ,
about $6 million,starting in 1990, by Income Tax Course starting Achievement and I call does it all.Call! ,
speeding the collection of taxes continuing education units ; ,
which, in turn,gives the state the op- September 4,1990.Experienced
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earnings significantly. The new law tax law, theory, and of the course may be offered
requires those owing large sales Leslie will measure ,too '
application. Classroom job interviews with II & R ,-
taxes to make payments through ". ...
electronic means;computer records discussion and practice Block, but are under no I. .
will show taxpayer payments being problems provide students with obligation to accept your rooms and advise
tranferred directly to the state.
Gallagher has worked with the a thorough understanding of employment.Those .
Governor, Legislature, and the each tax topic included in the you on the right style of ...

Workers' Compensation Oversight course. Students learn how to interested in more
Board to overhaul the state's costly carpet or vinyl for
and inefficient workers' compensation handle Increasingly complex information about the H & R your
laws. Income tax situations as the Block Income Tax Course may I
home. We take the ..a>>
course progresses. contact the II & R Block office ;

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A new long term investment of
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strategy instituted by Gallagher will increase their tax knowledge, 964-8286.

increase state investment earningsby .
as much as $25 million annually. carpet cost and we &n'
,
Gallagher stopped simply rolling
over 90 day certificates of deposits, have showroom-
began buying one year certificatesand a
increased the yield. Banks and
savings and loans are now biddingon stacked full of samples
the state monies, thus increasing PROBLEMSOLUTION ;

the yield. from which to choose.

Tougher Standards...
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Companies seeking to enter the
Florida marketplace are now re- A
quired to provide greater financial Large Quantity
qualifications and more extensive
disclosure of a ; 1
condition and the fitness and
qualifications of Its management.When Carpet 99-ci
Gallagher assumed office,
:
there were outstanding applications --
dating back' to 1981. A 60-day tur-
naround for processing company ap- RemnantsFrom :
plications was implemented and a i
new computer system installed so CULLICAN Yd.
that every application Is consideredon I Sq.
a first-comne: first-served basis 1
and can be instantly tracked to We _
verify status.
When Gallagher took office, the '
;
I majority of Health Maintenance Have
Organizations (HMO's) in Florida i, r _._.._. _. r'
were losing money. The Industry -- - - - I I [Carpet TRUCKLOADSALE ".
loss totaled more than$100 million a Bad Taste or Odor
year and only a hanful of HMO's had .COIOredwater' ..CIOUdyH3ZYwateI'.Red
a positive net income. Gallagher For
1
or BlaCk stainsCorrosion
I
HMO's submit business
ordered to
on
I plans on how theyn would make at w I of PlumbingAtCulllgan.wehave K
least a two percent profit.Today,asa ''i I I Your No

I result of his initiatives,two-thirds the technology, equipment, and YII
of the HMO's In the state have met I capabilities to solve one 1 Car I I. Wax
this requirement and are now making -
or any combination of,
I a profit. I I water problems like these. L Auto \'

I ,Administrative! Changes... I' call your CUlligan Man today for a I II \..

In 'April 1989, a program was I free water quality analysis. i :arpet a From4'gg
begun requiring lobbyists who TB Sq. Yd..'
represent clients before the department I .
to disclose their actions.: 11-8 -342-90841 :!
From
Gallagher believe It Is important to> 1 1I .
,know who Is seeking to influence 1 t

department decisions. Gallagher o@... t
also supported legislation enacted I Qeci&c1a.advd. i: 499
requiring lobbyists to disclose their -
clients. before all state agencies.The I I I;
I new Deferred Compensation. I.:".'::'":. .....:.=::. ==-.:::-:.:=-==----=-= =::.'":.1 I -
Rule set minimum standards for in-
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