Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01881
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Tropical storm Isidore has formed just off the African coast and SECTION Ai 12 Pag.. I ,
Is slowly moving westward with sustained winds of 40 mph late Hard N.wl . ... . 1-3.11A
Wednesday afternoon, September 5. Editorial.. . . .. . .. 4A
Wednesday noon, Isidore was located at 9.9 degrees longitude. Social. . . .. .. .. . S.4.7A
Rarely does a storm originating so far south develop into a hurricane Lvgali . . .. .. . 7.9.IOA
according to Randy Phillips, Gainesville TV meteorologist, County Budg. . . . .IA
however Isidore shows signs of intensification, he says. It is well Sport . . . .. . I2A etcrapLj
over 2,700 miles from mainland U.S., so will be a matter of several
days before it could become a threat here. SECTION Bi 10 Pog.i ,
A dome of high pressure has settled over the southeastern U.S., Arts ...tlval. .. .. . . .IBObltuarlo I
keeping our weather hot and humid, and will allow little change in . . . . . .2B
temperature through the weekend. Scattered afternoon showers School Now. . . . . 3B
are likely, but rainfall amounts will be light. Now Item. . . . 4,3.78 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I
Weekend tides at the St. Augustine Beaches will be high at 10:08 Crime Now. . .. . . 6B
am. Thursday, 10:51: Friday, 11:30Saturday: and 12:1S: p.m.Sunday. Claislll.d; Ad., . . .. 8-108 HUh Year STARKE, FLOIUD.35 Cents Copy
8th Issue Thursday.September 6, lilOO! LISPS 062-700

Igloos For Recyclables To Be Set Up In Tri-County AreaBy I

NlingAmerican Joe CU yBCT Seven igloos will be placed at each make up the seven different recep- In addition to the total waste col- ramp, deposit their household garbage 1
collection center,each for a specific tacles for recyclables.All lection centers, igloos for in the compactor on one side
Staff WriterRecycling stride for- recyclable, each labeled and color recycled items have to be recyclables only will be placed then deposit recyclables on the .
took a big River coded for specific items. clean, cans, bottles and Jugs rinsed, throughout the tri-county area at other, to be placed in the appropriate '
of the New
Legion... ward at a meeting caps removed from bottles and lugs, strategic locations. On public pro- Igloo for each item.If .
Solid Waste Association Tuesday, Glass must be separated by color, and only clean and folded perty at all elementary schools are tires, discarded household appliances
stall American officers Legion for the Post Post 314 and will Aux-In- August 28 at the Union County cour- clear, green and brown. Two typesof newspapers-not soiled or crumpled.A the prime locations being consideredat (white goods), yard trash
thouse. plastic must be separate, clear new collection center will be this time. and construction debris are to be
Post iliary Home., September All members 7, 8 p.m.are at askedto the Moving to go ahead with purchaseof (milk jugs and soda bottles), and all constructed in Bradford County at The centers designed for total disposed of, appropriate areas will
please attend. 1st Vice- igloos for depositing recyclables, others (bleach bottles, detergent, the existing landfill near Keystone waste collection to be constructed .. be designated for each, after leaving
Commander Carl Halle, Adjutant a truck to collect the filled Igloos, and similar colored opaque plastic Heights. Five existing waste collec- will continue to use the current com- the ramp.
Leon Thomas. and authorizing construction of collection containers). tion centers in Bradford county will pactors for kitchen garbage and The driveway will circle back to
centers in the three counties, be modified to accomodate the organic wastes. the entrance so no turn around is
LB Singles Club... the NRSWA governing board has Newsprint in one container and recycling program, and new collec- needed. The centers will be fenced
now committed itself to a specific metal cans, both steel and tion centers are planned for Union The centers will be designed so and an attendent will be on site during
Dancing and Socializing, Satur- recycling system. aluminum, in the same container, and Baker counties. that a participant can drive up thePhone hours the center Is open
day, Sept. 8, at the Community
Center, from 8-12 p.m. Wheelz

Band providing music. ,, / --
All singles above age 25 welcome. -- /

Gospel Sing... l'y': VotersLike

Sponsored by the Souls Outreach : -

Mission, a gospel sing will be heldIn f -- rr
the Hampton City Park, Satur- -.... _.: .:::: -- .
day, Sept. 8, from 3-9 p.m. Bring
your own chair, and hear the
Rushing Wind, Walker Family,
Cercy Family and Betty Baker.

Church Homecoming...

Airpark Baptist Church will holda ii
homecoming, Sunday Sept. 9. NewFaces
Dinner on the grounds following the
Sunday morning worship service. 1
Everyone is invited.Countdown :

USA... ..rmusacxsa ay

Bradford Hospital will par- : : ."" .
ticipate in "Countdown USA: The -
National Heart Check," Wednes-
day, Sept. 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. E.L. (Nook) Normanout
Screenings for a number of heart
related items included a heart risk in Dist. 4. Joe
assessment self test, are availablefor
$3.For. Riddick barely edges

more information, call into Dist. 2 Run-off.
Medline 1-800-443-6921.:
Greg Alvarez and Arthur Gaskins
ran a tight race and face each otherin
Upcoming... District 2 and John Anderson
y leads Dist. 4 with incumbent Joe
Public meetings scheduled in the Riddick barely getting into the second
coming weeks are: i 1 AV primary county commissionrace.
The first primary in the City of .
Starke is scheduled Tuesday, election is set
The second
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11. Polls at 7 a.m. .,' .
September open '. : 0" for Tuesday, Oct. 2. Please see full
and will close at 7 p.m. _..- first primary results below. j
Brooker Council meets Thursday,
Sept. 6 at 7:30: p.m., in City Hall Lines from the Election Were Red Hot... Dist. 2 incumbent E.L. (Nook)
Lawtey Council meets in a Norman, finishing his 12th year on
budget workshop, Thursday, Sept. Terry Vaughn of WEAG Radio broadcast election results from the Forty-eight percent of Bradford voters turned out,just two pt'rct'lIlll'hS the Bradford commission, got only
At ((1-r): Deputy Electhan predicted by Supervisor Flynn. the Rid-
6 in City Hall.Bradford county commission meeting room Tuesday. right 104 votes and trailed race.
Commissionerswill tlons Supervisor Carol Mllner. Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn, Marie The Elections Office Is supposed to send vote counts to Tallahassee! by dick, the Dist. 4 incumbent, led by
meet Monday County, Sept. 10, at 9:30: Dyal (seated) and Sharon Petiprln answer calls about the elections and, computer, but the lines were all tied up Tuesday night Ms. Milner said just three votes, 238-235, over
and the state folks asked that the results be faxed In. Silver Lake
a.m., in the Courthouse. at the same time total the vote. newcomer D.M. Hale a
Bradford County School Board resident and insurance agent, Tues-
will meet Monday, Sept. 10, at 7 day night. When the 27 absentees

Building.p.m., in the Administrative Bradford, State Go For Chiles Martinez ballots morning were Riddick counted got 16 Wednesday votes and

Riddick'slead to
Hale 10, increasing
Raiford Council meets Monday,
Sept. 10, at 7 p.m., in City Hall. Lawton Chiles' 2Mi to 1 landslide southeast Gold Coast, where Nelson All Democratic in-house wounds 261 to 25 for his nearest competitor, nine votes, 254-245.CR-225 poultry farmer
Starke City Election, Tuesday, victory over Bill Nelson in was expected to have strong were healed, however, at a massive Marlene Woodson Howard. Gaskins, a school board member,
11 7 to 7 in City aided Chiles melding of Chiles and Nelson forcesin and former
Sept. a.m. p.m., Tuesday's First Primary was "favorite son" support. car five votes,
Hall. Be sure to vote. by Bradford and Union County ried populous Dade, Broward, and a show of unity in front of the Old Peterson Wins... leads the Dist. 2 race teacher by Greg
Brooker Council meets Tuesday, voters where the walking Senator Palm Beach Counties better than Capitol in Tallahassee Wednesday Democrat Pete Peterson, a 390-385, over brother ag to Ap-
Sept. 11, at 7:30 p.m.. in City Hall. carried every precinct in his sur- two to one, and scored a near win in morning. Nelson pledged unqualified Marianna businessman who spent Alvarez, Alvarez.Property Manly
Hampton Council meets in a prise sweep of Florida's electorate. Nelson's home county of Brevard, support for Chiles in the six years In a Korean prisoner of praiser Jimmy Duval fireman who lives
budget hearing, Thursday, Sept. 13, Bradford voters gave Chiles 2,400 to where the vote was 3,543 for Chiles to November 6 General Election, as war camp, will square off with Bolin north, of a Lawtey, polled 180 votes,
in City Hall. Nelson's 1,078 while Union went 1,454 Nelson's 3,961.In Chiles also promised to do for the Republican Bill Grant for Representative he is newcomer and
Starke Council meets Tuesday hada TV interview Democratic ticket if Nelson had the 2nd even though a
for Chiles to Nelson's 582. Union an election night won in Congressional known in the county.
Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in City Had.Bradford percent turnout at the polls to Nelson denied his attacks on Chiles Tuesday. District. Based on incomplete not widely
County Commissioners Bradford County's 44 percent. had cost him votes in the final weeksof If Chiles pulls off a win over returns, Peterson won 59 percent of The special tax assessments the
mid-month meeting set for Wednes- Even ardent Chiles supportersnever the campaign, saying his real Republican Governor Bob Martinezin the vote in Tuesday's primary, to 41 county commission has been propos-
day, Sept. 19, at 7:30: p.m., in Cour- expected to have it so good, trouble was that he was running November, it could set back the percent for Bill Boyd, a 28-year-old ing and the 1.7 mill property tax In-
thouse although recent polls showed Chiles against "a legend", a title that gains made by Republicans in state Tallahassee lawyer making his first crease is what hurt the incumbent
Bradford County School Board regaining ground lost in a mid- Chiles earned during his three offices in the past few years. It bid for public office. The Bradford county commissioners, says
meeting is set for Monday, Sept. 24, campaign decline attributed to decades of public service in the State might also reverse a trend that has County tally was 1,597 Peterson to everybody the Telegraph has ques
at 7 p.m., in Administrative Nelson's hard-hitting attacks, which Legislature and the U.S. Senate. given Republicans a majority hold 1,321 Boyd. tioned.
Building. eventually backfired on the three- Most political observers, however, on the Florida delegation in Con The high school auditorium filled
Hampton Council will hold budget term Congressman who suffered his agreed that Nelson's prolonged at- gress. Stuart Victor... last year with opponents to the $100
hearing Friday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m., first political defeat Tuesday. tacks on Chiles' health and financial On the Republican ticket for George Stuart, former legislatorand special assessment, $70 for the jail
in City Hall. With state returns still In- statements had become tedious and Governor, incumbent Martinez car- Orlando businessman, won an and $30 for emergency medical! l ser-
complete, Chiles apparently swept turned some voters off rather than ried Bradford County handily
every section of the state, even the on. among GOP voters, with a total of (See State Races..p.) See Voters..P.11A)


GOVERNOR (DEMOCRAT) Complete Bradford Vote Totals

1 2A 2B 3A 3D 4 5A SB 6A 6B 7 8A 8B 9A 9B lOA lOB 11 12A 12B 13 14 15 16 ABSENTEE TOTAL

CHILES 214 46 111 60 44244 147 49 82 56 144 91 49 69 84 117 156 182 31 78 98 85 140 23 101 2501

NELSON 81 26 54 35 18111 61 1841 26 51 30 48 37 40 60 95 74 16 35 45 30 30 16 I>> 47 1125

GOVERNOR (REPUBLICAN) Complete Bradford Vote Totals HOUSE DISTRICT 21 Complete Bradford Vote Totals

2A 2B 7 SB 9B 10lOB 11 12B 16 ABSENTEE TOTAL
IRVINE 3 4 8 13 5 13 4 2 12 7 7 12 114
THRASHER 1 4 4 5 6 11 5 3 1 2 54



COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 Complete Bradford Vote Totals
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Complete Bradford Vote Totals


96 107 16 27 304
10 385 ANDERSON 58
ALVAREZ 52 20 54145 43 61
5 185 HALE 61 93 74 1 10 245
BOLIN 82 221446 2 14
68 87 68 16 254
GASKINS 163 29 22 118 15 34

NORMAN 15 5 6 50 7 17 4 104


1077 CROUCH 715
796 ROGERS 1803

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YES. .. . '. 2471 STEPP 99 DODD 71

NO. . . 1113 GUEKA 19 I/nWrlO/ 'Or

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TELEGRAPH ___September 8.1490 _, _

fWorth i '. .,, :... 'I' .".,,:..,..... l",.,'' d.r.. >>1'} '" Gainesville's Heinous Crime

Noting] 1 I

Spree. -Bra ford's Reaction

Douglas Family... -
In the wake of Gainesville's away by car. This Is' a'sman'town deep sadness for'the victims and
The Douglai family reunion Is series of hideous murders a week but that Just means that there are' their families and a fervent desireto
achedule Sunday, September IB, 1 In I ago citizens of Bradford County fewer places. for someone to hide see the killer raptured. Susan
the Lake Butler Community are shocked and alarmed. 'We Bradford resident
see AFTER: they commit a crime. Bandy a
Center business, beginning at 10 a.m. untold ,episodes murder and A, local gun .dealer noted no summed up the feelings of many
The, meeting U set for hl1k mayhem on the news,each night Increase In gun sales either to when she said. "It's horrible.: I seea
noon with dinner at 1 p.m. AU but It's usually far away., Now It' local 'residents or residents of lot more downright'mean people
allied. families and friends are Invited. seems to be getting closer and Gainesville 10 ldng' to avoid the out there. I worry about my and

ed. Paper goods will be furnish more frequent. said. one long, time, 'three day waiting period In effect my families safely. .1 hope they
"' resident.. ,In Alachua countY.. 'The big run catch.this killer and I hope that
BHS Class of 1970... Many county residents have a' was made on Marion County and :this type'of thing never happens
pessimistic'view about the futureof quite| frankly that suits me fine., again-anywhere;' ,but' I ,stillworry.
Cindy Futch announces a new crime in this area.That It will 'The Idea of selling firearms to ."
meeting date has been set, Mon- become more frequent and of a ,students and othet; "... ..'.
day, September 17, at 7:30 p.m. more serious nature..Accordingly unfamiliar With. then TrI.County Association
Bradford Countians becoming had no training In UM .
Seminar... security conscious, ,' me. Art Improperly handled gun is Grants
whenhasked of majority 'a disaster waiting to happen." saidthe
A seminar with Jerry Hines, the Crimea
president of the Gainesville Area I had given them Increased repent store\ owner,. Baker, Bradford and Union Coun

Chamber of Commerce, Is scheduled -I I"I__i > ., | _. .J,. to worry for their families reason safety "There is no shortage'of tiesthe ,New, River, Solid Waste
Tuesday; September 18"::30a :.said firearms in Bradford county.: said Association regional coalition for
yes they were worried and.
.-12:30: at Holiday Inn Sutu Bandy QcA)and Louise Broxtoa expressed concora about incidence and had cautioned family members to ,a local man. "Folks here like.to solid waste disposal, have I each
West, GainesvUSe. Cost $35. Call avion nature of crime: In ores.Bradford. take precautions. Quite a few' ''hunt Ash and enjoy, what received $25,000 grants to help them
395-5312 for further information. residents said meet the requirements of the 1988
they had developeda Florldas outdoors have to offer.
,- habit of their doors and Solid Waste Management Act, says
locking That familiarity with firearmsand
BCEDC Dlnnor... Rick Wilkins, Director of Waste
when home' but had
being located near the State Florida
The Bradford ,.became lax. For Management, Departmentof
County Economic them this tragedy Prison makes Bradford a
County Environmental Regulation.

its Development 4th annual Corporation dinner, Tuesday will,hold : Flood Control was,there. a are gruesome a .number, reminder'of:,vicious that ,'commit slightly,more dangerous place, to ,.. all-with small populations Florida,,under counties
a crime. You're more apt
September IB, at the fairgrounds.resident's people out there wandering around,
have received the for
!' locked 'to'come through theWindow and 30,000. grants
reception at 6:15, ,,somewhere; and doorsiwlndows third\
with dinner at 7 p.m. Entertain- and -a :close eye:'on'lire face; ,a.shotgun: asa familyCowering' the year, since passage of the
Ordinance ReviewedBy in the. Even Solid Waste Management..Act, by the
children ; corner.
ment by Jesse Burt and Glenn are Just) -cpnunon. ;sense Florida '
Calcote. Call 984-7379 for further In- practices: .,.:> ::. :" though an escape Is, extremelyrareJust Legislature.
formation. LoUis<. Broxfon; .a ,-40' year'. the proximity of the prison Is The.department received 28 applications -
Joe OliiySCT The deemed resident of Bradford County says;. enough to Jolt residents Into being from small, counties,
Showtlm 90... request was appropriate prepared to ,lockup, load and Which 100
Stall Wrlt.rA and will be passed on"'to "That'js.'tlgbt: r: worry* These up represents percent participation -
The Starke/Bradford County Flood Control Ordinance has murders happened Just Stay'alert on a moments notice"' I of eligible counties '
the Board of Adjustment with a .20minutes', ; .
Chamber of Commerce has been proposed for Bradford County.A recommendation for approval. : .' .' ,' : >\Everyone!= ; talked tp etP"S:4.'l! : x
scheduled 'Showtime 90', a copy of the ordinance was givento '

showcase for area businesses, at members of the county Zoning Faulkner Plaza...
the Bradford County Fairgrounds, Board for their study, at a Tuesday, Paul and
Irene Faulkner
Sept. 22 and 23. Admission Is $1, but Aug. 21, meeting. re-
plenty of complimentary tickets The ordinance would require the quested a change for Faulkner
will be available from local zoning director to administer and Plaza,on the west side of US-301 just
businesses, schools, and home Implement the provisions of the or north of the city limits from com
dinance. mercial to RMF-2, residential,
The board of adjustment and/or multifamily.The -
Mlddloburg Festival... zoning director will decide or interpret plaza will be used for a youth Vo-e
the exact location of the boun- group living facility, to be administered
The Historic Mlddleburg FestivalIs by the Bradford- PLC'rQ
: daries of special flood hazard areas :
seeking artists and craiters to and shall insure that altered or Putnam-Union Guidance Clinic,
participate in the 4th annual arts which has
relocated watercourses do not impede a dire need for such a ,
and crafts festival slated for Saturday
flood carrying capacity of the facility in this area, said Brian
Oct. 20. Jameson, official of the clinic.
Last year the festival attracted watercourse. Liquor stores are a fact of life,
of the ordinance is to
"thousands" of visitors, accordingto Purpose pro- said
tect human life and health,minimize Rogers executive directorof dJ'
the sponsors.For : expenditure of public money for the Clinic, responding to a ques- M'd (
further information, please costly flood control projects tion from board member MM Con- for
call Mara, Ph. 282-9189. minimize the need for rescue and nelly, who questioned the nearnessto *

: relief services, minimize prolonged 301 Liquors.
BHS Class of 1970... business Interruptions and to insure "People live in the vicinity of liquor "-
stores wherever they ,
that potential home buyers are are
Festivities for the 20 year reunion made aware that property Is in a Rogers said. "These youths will be
of the BHS Class of 1970 Is scheduled flood area. supervised. Others are not supervised -
for Friday and Saturday nights, Flood prone hazard reduction provisionswill ," he said.Residents.
October 26-27. All graduates are require that new construction or will be from age 14 to
strongly urged to send In their. manufactured homes be anchored to recommended 17V4, according to Rogers and will be T h6" n I< S Ste (1., n i e
reservation forms and money to prevent flotation, collapse or lateral the clinic by the : -
Mary Sue Tomlinson ASAP to help movement. Materials used In construction schools, HRS, courts, and parents, ,
cover the costs of the reunion. will be resistant to flood he said.
Please send $40 per couple or $20 damage and construction methods Connelly complimented the clinic f
per person to Mary Sue Tomlinson, will be used to minimize flood for initiating this program here, and : tc

RFD 5, Box 7841, Starke, 32091. ,damage. Electrical air conditioning made the motion for approval, .r ... .. ..
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For additional Information, call which was approved nanlrrlol tily. r rfrt VIIR I 1"rr\ ''rlt P3'iJlnliitLi :
heating, ventilation plumbing
Cindy Futch, ph. 904-8953, or David -and The matter,will beforewarded to :'" '1n# nsyrAtr3 etnitnoa bm. : in
other service facilities must be tit o iat7 ni R'v.'tfJ ''a.'l Sri uT nlLsbdt7O
Kirkland 473-2373. the Board of Adjustment action .. sty.. ,11&11,'Ipl .
ph. located to prevent water from enter- Tuesday, Aug. 28. Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd'f; o'rB y 1SteV't FdfEH-Gtani 'i' n F1Pir !1 !
ing or accumulating inside. Water
Festival of the Arts... supply systems and sanitary and
Directors ..
sewage systems must be designed to Report.
The Santa Fe
Community College
prevent infiltration and/or During the month of August, 65
needs workers for the 5th annual
into flood permits were issued $2,964 was collected
discharge waters.
Starke Festival of the Arts, set for
in fees
and the estimated
No residential construction shall
October 27 & 28. If
you can help,
call SFCC at 964-5382 or the have the lowest floor, including a value of construction Is $624,658.
Chamber of Commerce, 9645278. basement lower than one foot above 7b
base flood elevation. a
BHS Alumni... The board of adjustment shall r+k N
hear appeals and requests for
BHS alumni are planning a variances and it shall decide and
centennial celebration of Bradford determine alleged errors.
High School, which will be 100
years old in 1991. Zoning Matters... 00
A new 'B' Book will be published.
Berlle Caudill requested a change
If have and
you any pictures an- from OR, rural, to CG, general
nuals that you would like to donateor open Call them partners: birds called .g-
commercial, for the sale of and .
new vets feed on Insects stirred by
loan to us, please send to Alumni up
Association or call Linda used furniture on a 200' by 300'parcel grazing cattle. In return, the egret
HUdebran-964-6800. If your name of his property on CR-225,just warns the cattle of danger by flying
east of SR-18.
was left out of the 'B' Book pleaselet away.NOTICE ..
us know. Plans are for the new
book to have more history and pic- .
tures of our school and community.The ,
BHS Alumni Association Is OF t tJtLNU

sponsoring a membership drive. ": -
Join today. If your membership has PUBLIC HEARING
lapsed, renew today. Annual dues FIRST, : -; VMa 6
are $5. Send checks to Alumni 1 ,

Association, P.O. Box 1094, Starke, a
32091. Dale Brown, President.
The'City'of Hampton is considering applying to the

S.nator Walker... Florida Dtparun rit-ofCQmmunity Affairs (DCA) for a

Senator Sherry Walker has closed Cbmnumity Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up

her office Lake on rotating City office dates and in will commis hold to $37 ,OOO.' These frids'must be used for one of the

sioner's board rooms, In the following'purl'oses:!
various counties she serves. Hours 1. To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. elimination of slums TKAVMEDOFFERSNEWPEACEOFMII'1D.
Bradford and Union Counties 2. To aid irt' the' prevention. or or

have been assigned First and Third blight; or :
Fridays each month. The release 3. To meet'other community development needs havinga
did not explain how both counties
because existing a
particular urgency pose
will be served at the same time.
serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of

Senior Privileges... the community and where other financial: resources are

1BHS seniors must file a form con- not available to meet such needs. '

taining a parent's notorlzed The activity categories for which these funds may be
signature, prior to leaving the BUS
campus during the noon hour. used are in the areas of housing and neighborhood and )

When'the form has been properly commercial revitalization. Eligible use of funds include .

filed, the student will receive a activities and
"privilege button." such physical improvement as housing If you're paying the government a pionthty Instead,we put them in a detailed booklet that

Forms are available In the BUS commercial building rehabilitation, clearance, water premium far: Medicare Part B;yogi could be in. yours free for the asking
front office. and sewer improvements, street improvements
for: the shock of your life. Find out how AV MEDg Medicare Supplement Plan
site development and parking.
Love.... draining, housing
Tough Additional information regarding the range of activities The fact is..Medicare does not cover: can add to your peace of mind. Mail in this coupon

Tough meets Love every, a parents Thursday support evening that may be undertaken will be provided at the public Medicare Part A deductible ($596)) for boocall' (004)338-2193 or 18002371255. ,
group - -
A 7 p.m. In the Presbyterian ,hearing. I pitahzation, plus co-payments longer stays -c:

Church ulldaya.on East- Can-St., including :For each activity that is proposed, at least 60% of the ,' ,. Medicare Part B deductible($75) on physician 1 1 r YES Medicare,I would Supplement; Glue more fan infcrmation! about AV MEIg 1:*;

Dealing with problems In family funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.. services
between 20% of allowable physician 1 q I have Medicare Part A and B
DCA charges
relationships, especially ,developing an application for submission to '44
parents and adolescents and older of s Most outpatient prescriptionsRoutine 1 Name__ 1,'
minimize displacement
,Children Tough Love 1s a self-help : )the City must plan to persons :
program sponsored by the church. ,as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition, the physical examinations 1 Age_ ;
Everyone welcome.There. Is no .City is required to develop a plan'to assist, displaced Routine;eye care AAIrCrtyStateZip
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charge to participate :
.. ,persons.. Th !Why you need AV MEDg new Medicare ;; !
Portraits .The public hearing to receive: views concerning thecommunity's : Supplement Plan.! It takes aver where' MedicareI 1 County Medicare Ptw o m H'.
Weddings Mail tot AV-MEDfc Supplement Plan
housing and community developmentneeds "' stops, covering Medicare deductibles,coinsurance .<: I ':
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will be held on September 13, 1990, at 7:30: p.m. ,and much more. Plus optional dental bane., I ;, 904/338-2193.1-8001237-1255' ':;:

In the Hampton City Jlall, County Road 18, Corner of .: fits are available through American Dental Plan. here :
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: ': ......,. ,' ,:.: : q.D'" Starke Voters to Fill Three "
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,. :.:; tt : t DRIVER TRM"h" : by Buster Rahn served '10>>years on the city council. I'
1 let StaR Writer Woods,moved from Live Oak to I
VOCATION{ CESTi Next Tuesday September 11, Starke with his family In 1968, and j
1L I I I r Starke voters will have an oppor- graduated from BUS in 1960. He is
tunity to vote In three contested I
employed as a driver's license ex
;; STARKE FLORIDA ,. 1 council races, but there will be no aminer. Woods served as mayor at
run-off,since there are only two can least one year.
,1 809616150 didates each race. Mrs. Jean Rogers Is challenging

, \. This is an off-year election in the Incumbent for the Dist.3 council
\ 'l which only council seats are to be seat. She moved into her home on I
filled.It is the first time city electors Walnut Street in 1985 and is
will vote by single member districts. employed as an aide to Dr. April
O'Connell, in the SFCC Andrews
Dist. 1 Race... Center. This Is Mrs. Rogers first

Dist. 1 incumbent Bobby Biggs,60, race for elective office.
is completing his 5th term, 10 yearson Dist. 5 Race...

% the council, having served as Incumbent Ed Wall 43, Is com-
mayor at least one year. Biggs servo
pleting his first term on the council.
ed as Starke Chief of Police for two Wall holds
an associate degree from
years, 1967-49 prior to being elected SFCC, and a bachelor's degree from
to the council. He is native
city a of the
Starke. University of North Florida,hav-
ing graduated in 1978. He Is a 12 year
1w Challenging Biggs for the Dist. 1 veteran with the Public Defender's
council seat is Steve Futch, owner
Office In
Starke employed as an
y and operator of the Jones Funeral vestigator.
1! Home in Starke and Keystone
Charles Schaefer, retired
Heights. Futch Is native of Bradford
a -
gave up the council seat two
County, seeking his first elective
office. years ago after having served on the
city council 16 years. During his I

I T .A J-4 Dist 3 Race... tenure chosen on by the his council peers to, Schaefer be mayor was six

Incumbent Travis Woods 49, has years.SAFE. .



Commercial Driver Training ClaSS Graduates... Graduates are: Charlie Horton (In cab of truck). Dick Wehrle, Connie .

Finishing an eight weeks Commercial Driver Training program and Cordell Jerry Walker. Arthur Miller, Tim Bass Mark McCarthy, Jack
hoMtof the certificates received after completion 01 the course at the Perry' Robert Brown, WUIord Jordan Ray Roach- Kerry Mace Ricky
Bradford.Unlon VoeaUoaal-Tecbnlcal the claaa Goodman Max Beach James Jonea. Jim Gerard Martin Fitzgerald
: Center 01 August 31. 11110 the Weight Watchers. Difference!
are nn their way to a career in trucking across America. Linda Lamb Louis Kirkland, Marla Beth Atkins and Marilyn Lopei.
Instructors for the course are kneeling front(Ito r)I Bart Jones Bob Not pictured are Don.d She.rln. Gerald Thompson and Craig
For 27
Knoepfel.. YMn.Weight Watchers hal been Whaf mop our meeting ladr have
Godwin Tommy Miller and Otha Miller.
recognized u a leader In helping an lIMn luccMiful on!lh* Weight
million of people loss welghl ufely, and Nhtdte.
Driver Training Class Graduates 24 Students .to..weight.lIb1y.Our IOH four Indudeiaf .way approach i So prkgwdar-youll flrx PfOIIraIft.a

.* ,.......lbI. Handing ttalt.Affordable .
Twenty-four of twenty-five The course is an eight weeks session open to students over 21 years old feur licenses In the state of Florida food plan reeducation -
enrollees in the latest Commercial with classroom: study of rules and the other is a cooperative program will be phased out and replaced with oteadng ,
Driver Training program at the regulations,laws,highway and vehi- with several trucking industry classified licenses. Classes A, Band habit,an optional No Contract*
Bradford-Union Vocational- cle safety and courtesy then off companies who send drivers to the C will be Issued to drivers of commercial exerdte plan and Join
Technical Center received cer- road behind the wheel Instruction at course for a four weeks training session vehicles, depending on size, group meeting- WeightWucrwrinow
tificates for completing the course the practice field at Camp Blinding then complete the training"at weight and type of vehicle. ClassesD mating u*Die mart through
Friday August 31, at the driver and on-the-road practice in an home". and E will be issued to non- choice for weight kM*. September 30,
training site at Camp Standing. IB-wheeler semi tractor-trailer rig. commercial drivers. 1990 and pay
The school conducts six Cessions
This was a better than average "We like to give every driver at Flexible Plan, JutllSaavlngio$13ttien
class, the instructors say least 1,000 miles over the highway per year, averaging about 20 Caring SUN ,
or 21 graduate out of an original driving time during the course/ graduates or 120 per year. Drivers will have to pass both a OnourFauandFtojclProgram .. |lust$9 per week.No contract no
enrollment of 25. One or two change said Jim Lewis, Vocational Coordinator knowledge and skills test to obtain a you gel to eat(tie foods you ,no pedal food ID buy.
their mind and another at the Vo-Tech Center. A New Program... commercial driver license (CDL). want when you want irs our moM MaI k"tlismart choice. .kiln Weight
career and one or pursue two who "can't There are two programs at the Beginning this year and no later These tests will be conducted by the livable effective/ way to lose weight...,.,. Watcher today!

cast an open faced reel", lack the school,one a full eight weeks course.. than April 1, 1992 the current chauf- third Department party of tester Public who Safety has been or a

hand and eye coordination screened and certified by the depart-
necessary to safely handle an
IS-wbeeler on the highway, and are Gasoline Prices ContinueTo ment.The program at the Vo-Tech Safe aenattrfe wefeM to-"" Z7,..,*

scrubbed from the program early. school Is planning to offer
During the year 147 students have Fluctuate in StarkeGas courses the first Saturday of each prep STARKE

entered the course 123 have been -- month for the knowledge test (pre- .. ." .... ?.. ... ---First.Presbyterian Church
,awarded and 113
certificates are
working In the field reports Tommy prices in Starke continue: to between individual stations;" Bly ,' registration necessary), and star- .. .... : 921 East Call Street
;ting in September,will Start a train- :'.it'I j !Vii.ntiiv; \ .
Miller Head Instructor in the pro- change tions, as almost prices daily nationwide at'some and sta-in reports.The combined average for all I lag program for third party testers, .- -..".\-< '.".:... ....... Mondays, 7 pm sYa;.. t f.\;"",icy': nnai.rFor ,-

gram. Florida continue: to rise. grades of self-service gasoline in according to Miller.
The include
twenty-four graduates The AAA Clubs of Florida releasedits Florida is 1.284 and for full-service, Companies with more than five
four who the
women passed course $1.595 of 30. trucks may be authorized to train
as August
with have monthly Guage Report Information Call
Ugh qualificatlons."We their own
The statewide price for company representativeto
August 30 and that average
reports average
students each sessionwe
women administer the skills test.
unleaded has increased to
self-serve prices in Florida have regular
teach, Miller said.
risen 12.9 cents since the Iraqul Invasion $1.180, mid-grade unleaded is up to Commercial Driver Training Program 1-800-874-4170
$1.293, and premium unleaded is will be certified to train these
Muscular and full-service has risen an up
Dystrophy to $1.379. esters, and will test their own
of 8.88 cents gallon.
average per
Association Local Effort "Gasoline is still plentiful,"according The highest price for any grade of students. A CDL will be a require- Olt r good Stpunfcw 1.SuMntwr.1990.Valid In NonrwM Florida. and SoutfiwM Oxirgl(Ana 30))
to AAA Traffic Safety Manager gas in Florida: is at St. Petersburgwhere ment to graduate from the program our* WeIght WadMti and The Fan and Fr....."Program ar.i-gla_tr.d.nr.rts ol VMahl.NYrcn r.Mumalbnal. .
after 1992. ."ma.01990"Sometimes
Raises $3,466.00Susan unleaded April,
Randy Ely. "Motorists need not be premium averages
concerned about the availability of $1.777.The lowest price was found ia
Faulkner chair-person gasoline,but they should continue to Lauderhill where self-service ,
for the area Muscular Dystrophy shop around as prices! vary greatly regular unleaded was $1.105.
Associations: effort to raise funds
for continued research Into the MvJobM2SMe *

crippling disease stated that they STARKE GASOLINE PRICES TODAY,AUGUST 16 and JULY 19
raised a combined total of All Price In Dollar Per Gallon "
43.466.0O from Bradford County. Late For rk
1520.00 of the $3.466.00 was Station REGULAR MID GRADE PREMIUM W

turned In by local Fire Today Aug 16 July 19 Today Aug 16 July 19 Today Aug 16 July 19 .
Department Personnel who spent Hand-Way) 1.169 1.159 1.019 1.289 1259 1.059 1319 1.339 1.159
Starke If a customer needs me at six a.m. I'm there.I .
part of Labor Day In U Champ 1.199 1.179 1.010 1.279 1259 1.059 1379 1.359 1.159 ,

collecting motorists.offerings from passing Huns Bzxm 1.239 1.259 1.069 1.349 1.369 1.169 1.469 1.349 Local service won't get the first cup of coffee at the office,
Mobil 1.199 1.169 1.029 1.299 1279 1.139 1.399 1.389 1.239 from t Gainesville
Susan for the Faulkner.past 7 years Chairperson was- Majic Makes 1.199 1.159 1.019 1.279 1.259 1.059 1.379 1.319 1.159 representative but that's okay. I'm proud to be with an organization -
with the results and would Shell 1.239 1.199 1.039 1.339 1.319 1.149 1.439 1.419 1.249 Dan Galligan is
pleased old-the
that's almost
like to thank the following people Ibuoo 1.209 1.119 1.019 1.299 1.239 1.139 1.389 1.339 1.239 one more reason a half-century largest

for their efforts: Burger King. Jr. Coastal 1.199 1.179 1.019 1.289 1259 1.049 1379 1.359 1.139 why its good health care insurer in Florida. So me to work
Food Stores the staff at ERA Amoco .179 1.159 1.049 1.339 1.319 1.209 1.419 1.399 1.289 to have the Bluetbehind put
Faulkner Realty the United PcpOExxon 1.199 1.179 1.019 1.279 1279 1.059: 1379 1.379 1.159 you. for Call me
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Methodist Fellowship. ,*ouU> 1.199 1.199 1.049 1.299 1299 1.159 1399 1.399 1.259 .
Coordinator Billy Eric Brown. SSwiAy 1.199 1.129 1.069 1.299 1259 1.169 1399 1.309 1.259 .: :;, today at 904-377-2511. 01-
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help votes and support weregratefully

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First Primary Sept. 4. Please

e continue to support me in the Second

ray Primary October 2, 1990


I City Commission District 5 \ ) Arthur

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Negative Blitz Against Chiles

Chiles' Victory Carries

Fasten seat belts! The final lap "It's been clear all along that they're
of the Governor's race will be a very (Martinez and Stlpanovitch) going to
Messages '
Two Important rough ride if political pundits are sending run a very negative campaign. That'sthe
Predictionsare only thing Bob Martinez can do at
us the right message.
this point. But it won't work".
and his
that Governor
out loud and and, as cnairman of the :Senate budget hatchet J. M. (Mac)
Two messages were sent frustrated right-hand man, In recent years negative advertisinghas
clear to all America, as a result of committee, he became so Stipanovich plan to pull out all the stops become an art form and,sad to say,
win Bill Nelson inTuesday's and/or "burned-out" dealing with those with a super-negative TV campaign has been successful races from the
Lawton Chile's over two factions that he decided not to seek aimed at First Primary Democratic Presidency to Governorships, with the
primary election. re-election. winner Lawton Chiles-a mud bath or- expenditure of millions of dollar for
chestrated by "down and dirty" 30-second negative TV spots.
advertising maestro Alex Castellanos, who has
No. 1-Negative
Message The defeat of Michael Dukakas and
Incidentally the deficit problem has been described as a one-man Delta
if carried to the extreme Bush
against an opponent, election of George was engineeredby
doesn't pay and may actually never been solved and President Bush'shighlytouted Force of raw politicking. i"M 1J1RIIn1 : the old master of negativism, Roger
backfire the "summit" meeting with According to a column by Ray Lockerof Ailes, who manipulated Richard
against aggressor.
Congress has still produced no solution to the Tampa Tribune staff, Martinezand Nixon's historic TV appearances In
of the federal deficit which con- his chief adviser Stipanovich. 1968, described In a book later as "The
Message No. 2-A strong candidate, reduction realize the Governor faces an uphill AliGov. Selling of the President." Ailes Is also
who has the confidence of the people, can tinues to zoom into outer space each year fight In his bid for re-election and credited with saving Ronald Reagan
win an election without demeaning and is now placed at a cool $3.2 trillion.In therefore want no ordinary "video vir Martinez from disaster in 1964, and was the man
tuoso" consultant to plan his last-ditch who put Mr. It. back together when,
himself by solicitng and accepting the meanwhile Stepanovich is stand. They think the Job calls for a the unified support of Bill Nelson, who overcoached and uncertain of himself,
millions of dollars from favorseekingcontributors. "champing at the bit" to start those campaign commando capable of stag- showed a strong following in the First "the Great Communicator" was badly
in spite of Ing a "nasty as you wanna be" campaign battered In his first debate with Walter
commericials again
negative that any negative nabob would be Mondale. In 1968 Apes was Bush's
the fact that political analysts are con- proud to call his own. Whether Martinez and Stipanovitch speech coach, debate coach, media
in this campaign year, the St. harmed Nelson in the long their own behalf In
Early vinced they So with Martinez's ap- are acting wisely on coach, and advertising director. A
Petersburg Times said the Governor'srace run and were finally abandoned during proval, presumably turned to deciding to take "the low road" in the master of brutal attack,he managed to

in Florida would be the most impor- the last few weeks of his campaign. Castellanos, who is credited, or General Election showdown remains to keep Dukakis off balance and' on the
tant in the USA this year if Chiles' won, discredited, with masterminding a be seen. defensive during most of the 88 cam-
vicious behalf of Senator Unless American voters have an paign. Willie Norton is still a household
against the his that it is campaign on
made point
he campaigning
since was
Chiles clearly word, thanks to Ailes.
Jesse Helms against his Democratic unlimited capacity for negative advertising -
corrupting influence of money In politics. not necessary to raise millions of dollars opponent Governor James Hunt of which frequently cannot be !'Remaking the images of weak candidates
While others in the race were spending from PACs or other monied sources in North Carolina. Thanks to the substantiated by proof, it seems possible shows the ever-increasing influence -
millions given to them by well-heeled order to be elected to office. This should Castellanos scenario, Helms unleasheda that the smoke-and-mirrors TV of media consultants on modern
donors expecting special favors in a lot of able men and women to barrage of negative campaign ads advertising concocted by Mr. politics. According to a 1988 article in
return,Chiles plugged away with his self- encourage back into the political arena, after that split Hunt's support and enabledthe Castellanos and others of his profession Time Magazine"...not even a veteran
get controversial Helms to pull out a will likely damage instead of actor like Ronald Reagan, now goes
imposed limit of $100 from individual or dropping out because they lacked the narrow victory. benefit the candidate who resorts to before the voters without the advice

corporate contributors-and it worked! necessary funds to pay for high-priced According to Merle Black, a veteran such tactics. Surely, by now, the public and counsel of media gurus.They are
television advertising. NC. political scientist, "They took has been satiated with the negative well paid for their efforts.Ailes receiv
Chiles' charges made against Senator Chiles In ed $25,000 a month during the Bush
As for negative campaigning, what Hunt said out of context and portrayed
trained his big guns on the self-imposed rule to him as being in favor of higher the First Primary without the dismal campaign and nearly $3 million in
opponent of his
Because wasn't"What dirge of more of the same between now advertising commissions, according to
respected senator and never let up until it limit all campaign contributions to $100. taxes when in reality he and November 6. Time. Martinez has a reputed $10

became obvious-even to him-that thepeople Chiles will not be able to match the flood Bush'did to Dukakas with his Republicans consider Castellanos as million to spend on his "imaging".
Willie Horton ads, Helms did to Hunt,
were tired and bored with this of TV ads the Martinez forces plan to run and the Stipanovitch/Martinez team the best negative consultant in the Although it can be easily overdone,
'Johnny One-Note" type of attack and with their $10 million (or more) cam- will attempt to do to Lawton Chiles in business. His former partner, Mike and might even backfire if the
Nelson's negatives were actually back- paign pot. Chiles knows he is running a order to win what appears not to be a Murphy,says,"He's a mean hombre on "negateer" Isn't careful, many voters
in the If the tube. He'll do a good spot about his will swallow what they hear, if it Is
firing, costing him points polls. risk to limit his funds, but explains losing game for the Governor. candidate and bad spots about yours.He repeated often enough. However, those

we can get elected this way, literally According to Locker, the parallels comes up with devastating ads that who are so easily influenced should ,
This lesson should be clear to everyone, we're free of the whole corrupting, between the Helms race and the Mar- move large numbers" (meaning cause remember who's pulling the puppet '
and yet governor Martinez, who will be paralyzing influence of money in tinez campaign are numerous. As this voters to switch in the polls). strings-image-makers like Ailes who <

running a close race with Chiles in the politics." He asked the people to "Help us when is written pitted, Martinez against Chiles trails in who the will polls be In his column. Locker quoted Don will be working behind the scenes bet

General Election, apparently is not make this an election, not an auction." straightened in the General Election by Pride,spokesman for Nelson during the ween now and the General Election.
First Primary campaign, as saying,
listening. He and his belligerent

paign manager Mac Stepanovich plan to Apparently the people got the message, .
launch a no-holds-barred super negative ana thousands of them responded with 1990 Slated I

barrage of TV commercials against their $100 contributions-enough to provide Tourist Tax ApprovedBy

Chiles (see article on this page). They Chiles and his runningmate, Buddy :
should have learned a lesson from Bill MacKay with some non-negative TV to Become

Nelson's experience, but apparently they advertising before the General Election. More than Two to One VoteBy

have not.'V Hottest Year
; Thanks to a unity meeting held on the a surprisingly g 2 to fHfote', Bradford County's proposed two percent
1 and of the Old Capitol building at noon ,tourist development tax'received*favorablftj,599, of approval to 1,235 opposed .. {..r+ !ugi11 /it. jjjjol: < NoW, Messrs;':, .Miirtinez steps will present a in Tuesday's Election. It will'go Into effect November 1, this year,according in
'Stepanovich are plottlng'a""nasty as you Wednesday, Democrats weeks to County Attorney Bill Bessent. Histor'y'The
far unified front in the remaining I
wanna be" attack on Senator Chiles, Receipts from the tax will be used by the Chamber of Commerce for promolion
exceeding any charges Nelson used in his before November 6. In preprimarystatements of more tourist interest in Starke and Bradford County, as well as attractions summer of 1990 may go down in I
Stepanovich ap Chiles and Nelson each had within a one-day radius of Starke. It will also be used for tourist advertis- the book of world records as the hottest .
.; unsuccessful Nelson wasn't"nasty" pledged his support to the one who won ing,brochures, and maps giving directions to nearby attractions such as Camp in history, with two months of almost
parently feels fill in the the Democratic nomination. With this ad- Standing,Gold Head Branch State Park,the hundreds of lakes in this area,and unbroken temperatures ranging from
enough, so he and Martinez will other points of interest. 90 to 100 degrees-which often felt like
concentrating mainly on Chiles' ditional boost of Nelson supportersChiles' 110 with the high humidity factored in.
gaps, chances of winning the Governor-- The modest tax will mean an average of 80 cents additional on rooms rentedIn
feelings of "burn out" after years of try- enhanced especiallyif hotels, motels rooming houses, tourist and trailer camps, apartments, and The "greenhouse effect" seems to be
ing to get President Bush and Congress to ship will be greatly motor home parks for terms of six months of less. more than just a scientific nightmare.
sensible formula for Martinez is hit by a backlash from his Atmospheric levels of the five most
come up with some Chiles. Most Florida counties have already Imposed such a tax which enables themto have all
attacks against common "greenhouse gases"
i budget, balancing. He never succeeded proposed negative render better service to the travelling public through their Chambers of Com- risen in recent years,according to data

merce. assembled by government researchers.The .
proof of the pudding is in the
Primaries Would Renew eating and proof of the greenhouse ef-
Spring fect is in the heating.

I Kingsley Lake Sanitary InspectionsAbout 1990 continues to set records'for high

Interest in ElectionsThe GivenKevin temperatures, not only in the U.S.A..
Half Complete; Notices but throughout the world. If the rest of>
the year follows this trend, it will be the
good ole summertime may be good didates for Governor are spending these hottest in history, according to James
E. Tracey, environmental owners who welcome this opportunityto Hansen director of the space Ad
for fishing and golfing, which will go on days. specialist with the Clay County Health have the lake free from polluting ministration's Goddard Institute in
in all kinds of weather-but 90-to-100 It's awfully hard to get a person in- Department, is approximately 50 per- discharges. New York.
:; degree daily temperatures are not fit for terested in electing Joe Blow to any office cent through with a house to house in- are
All KIngsley'property owners The Institute's calculation of
tanks and
;:: man nor beast to campaign for office. when the temperature outside (includingthe spection machine facilities of septic at Kingsley Lake.washing reminded of the September 26 hearing temperature averages compiled from
And having an election date fall on the humidity factor) is around 110 by DER in Tallahassee on the Kingsley 2,000 weather stations around the globe
;w day after a three-day Labor Day holiday degrees. An old English song says: Starting at the south end of the Lake Property Owners Associations have been above normal throughout
= and Englishmen go out in the lakefront properties, Tracey says from application for Klnglaey to be placed on 1990. The five warmest years previously -
is worse still. "Maddogs blame the 60 Inspections made during the first the list of Outstanding Florida Waters. recorded were in the 1980's, and
mid-day'sun"-so who can a can- two weeks, he has issued 18 corrective The public is invited to attend and be scientists have warned that continued
E That's why we should all start didate If it's just too hot to go out knock- notices, with a two-week grace periodfor heard at this bearing. warming could cause heat waves

picketing Tallahassee for a return to spr- ing on doors, asking for votes? voluntary compliance,and one legal drought, coastal flooding storms, andsevere
notice for a gross violation at a rental
worldwide economic disloca-
ing primaries.In Secretary of State Jim Smith, whose unit with a septic tank, but no running tions.
Department of State included the Divi- water. The inspector said be had seen Gas Prices Up .
the good ole days before 1970, Elections favors a return to May more problems with waste water from Carbon, dioxide, the gas primarily
E primaries were held in May when people sion of when, candidates were candidates washing machines going into the lake In Local Pumps; .repsonslble for global warming, in-
primaries, creased an average of .5 percent
else. per
turn than
:: felt full of pep and vinegar and would and people felt like listening and anything Higher ElsewhereThe year from 1986 to 1989. It is a byproduct
out for political rallies, and most important Others favor even earlier When property owners are not at of the combustion of coal, oil, and

a of all, would actually take the time voting.primaries, perhaps as early as January home with phone, Tracey numbers leaves his where business he can card be price of a gallon of gas to7 natural abundant greenhousey far in the the most at

== and trouble to vote. Yqu could depend on when they wouldn't interfere with reached to make an appointment for inspection to 22 cents least In Bradford and due largely to the increasingnumber
at least half the registered voters turning Legislative sessions in April and May. of the property. Union Counties than In Georgia; oft motor vehicles.
out at the polls and, in Bradford County, Tennessee. Kentucky. Indiana.
:: Tracey his visits have generally
beats the state and national An unsuccessful bill was introduced in illinois Ohio New York. Other greenhouse gases include
is which usually .been met with approval! from property oxide
to the nitrous and two
last move
60 the year New Hampshire.
E averages, sometimes as high as Legislature Vermont, cholorfluorcarbons that also destroy
S to 70 percent received "I badges.But primaries back just two weeks-to mid- Massachusetts andMalne. Having ozone In the stratosphere. when the
August no less! Fortunately] that stupid The Telegraph's just returned from 'a two week ozone layer is destroyed, rays from the
the politicoes couldn't leave wellS piece of legislation was defeated. Mid- Journey through the above states I sun penetrate the Earth more severely.

enough alone. They wanted to shorten the August, when mad-dogs dare not venture Letter Policy can say with certainty that those. Atmopheric chemists believe that

z: time between the primaries in May and out-and most voters who are not away on of us In this area pay less for a nitrous oxide gas is increasing becauseof
the General Election in November so vacation in cooler climes are panting ;Lallan la the Editor ihould be typed(or gallon of gas than residents of widespread use of nitrogen fertilizer,
r long plainly written),double-.p.eed between those areas do.Reasons and possibly because of contamination -
to so sewage
they would not have campaign fans at home. The only polls they
i Iinel.and limited to not more then two, for this are varied but of ground water.:
:::: and spend so many dollars. Perhaps thatis are interested in are the North Pole and In most states the higher cost was .

a good objective-but if the ultimate the South Pole, if they could only get pAU fatten mull be tinned and include the due to higher state taxestacked on '
E result is to have fewer people voting it is there. writer's odes end phone number. to each gallon. Prices ranged from area confirm that their "prices
= defeating what should be its main purE Unil/ ned letter will not be printed,but $1.24 gallon for regular have continued to rise.
three of Florida'svoters per
Only about one in I remember that coasted
certain-it isn't will be withheld request faexceptions for as we
names upon
: One thing seems unleaded self-serve to 1.94
pose. bothered to go the the polls Tues- along I-7S back Into Florida I
candidates judging this was Upstate New
saving any money full serve
:a' from the 8-to-lO million dollars that can day. That should tell us something. All lelten thould be non-defamatory,and York around Troy We dldnt buy wondered If the prices had grown
__concerning any penon muM be there but I stopper to ask here along with the rest of the
factual....provable.order to protect the the any attendant gas .If he actually sold eastern part of the country. I
5 writer and the newtpaper from pouibleJawniiu. any'at that price. 'Sure" be neared the off ramp leading Into

aakI. grumble a little.This Is Lake City and noticed a sign
| NE OptAOFORO C0t/ Leuen of support or not-support of any. NewYork. People are used to high offering regular unleaded at'$1.19
RIQ SINCE 1879 political candidate man be bated on ineclfwUiuei prices, and used to grumbling. gallon and I Just had to fill up. It
of public concern end not on penonalfriemUHIp like bread at the
p4 Overall New York boasted the was day old>> day
A or nlatiauhlp. We filled bakery: you know you can use It at
uniformly higher prices.
Leuen of lhanki to individual or troupe that
MMetRp should be monad directly to the person or up for 1.31 gallon on Interstate Local and
i N thanked. 90 above Troy. New York and as It station owners
BOB O.RXGUSON-JOHN M.MLLE organization beuif are much unitedIn
C w ItbashersPubbhcd eases they may be pu lined,bm ihould not turned out this was as low as It managers pretty
their belief that will
C'4T/ON Include lon(Um of individual nAUlettorl name. went. Our average gas price for the gas prices
continue to climb the next 30
Ei eoctI1tuIdav and entered on Second clay Matter at should be addressed la Letter trip was $1.28 per gallon and that over
:: the Port Offlcs at Stark.Rortdo under Act of March 3. 1 879.SutacrtoAon to UM Editor,P.O.Drawer A,Stark., cost was spread out over the 15.000mllel + days.;The consensus Is about JOt
Florida 32091. I we traveled. That was a week more on the gallon In the next
; Phone 964.4305 rMt.hltad*fnar .16.QOpery.or.*.CO alit" month.OuMdcTrod month then decline
P.O.Drawer A; Stark*,Florida *Arao: 117.00 per year:W.80 eta" monrrn.TTTTTT ago and telephone conversations and a *
with friends and relatives In that ,Greg Crue

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I Mr. & Mrs. .' .. ,
Britt :
:M" 1 Joseph 'ociaC Events .

I' Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr M hng$,. :j
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fc Mrs. Joseph Britt of Cocoa, PI. and Julius of Albany, ?YBirthasAnhouncements.
celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary Ga., handled all the arrangements .
let weekend, Aug. 31. 'and hosted the party. Joining in the must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm,
Approximately 100 guests attended festivities also were the Britts'three the
the celebration,some from as far daughters Doris Heard of Atlanta on following Thursday. NO
away aa Baltimore. Other out-of- Ga. reader Long of Tampa, andGail will be accepted by the newspaper
town guests came from St. Borkin from Pompano. Many
'Augustine, Jacksonville and friends from Lawtey and the & white photo is notavallable, ,please
Gainesville.The family's pastor from Gainesvillealso negative for printing.
Brills' two sons, Joseph Jr., attended.

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!Mr.*.Mrs.Joseph Brltt PINEHURSTVARIETY Op."O'

First Christian tion of the East Florida Free Will ... -.. -........ ,..-- .... ....- --....- Sb-.t.-Ip."" .
Church RevivalIt's Baptist Conference convened at "'!'1It j

revival time at First Christian tist Greater Church Bethlehem on August Free 23-26 Will, 1990.Bap, Births. I"S' and let Janet show you how to use paints
Church located at 509 West Call Deacon L. C. McCutchen, presi- from our craft and fabric department
Street. Services will be held at 7:00 dent, of the Sunday School Conven- Vanessa L. Phillips Kailyn A. own T-Shirt. We have to
p.m., September 9-13. tion, elder William Tucker, presi- a large selection
Guest speaker, Sunday through dent of the Y.P.C.L. Convention and The family of Wanda and Evert Mr. and Mrs. stencils, fabric and Shirts to choose
Tuesday, will be Evangelist Tom Elder H. Hudson, moderator Phillips of Starke would like to nounce the from.
Moore Minister at Fort CarolineChristian presented four day of educational welcome the addition of Miss Kailyn Ashley, ,. .
Church in Jacksonville. work shops and worship services Vanessa Lynn Phillips into their 1990 in .j v'*:";'"'''' i\j.''<*!;'tz'u'm. ,>,,,x."
Wednesday there will be a Gospel that informative family. Ibx. and 2 oz. <. 'f j-'f; :' ",0
were very enjoyable { .!$i.] 1'j"
Vanessa will be <
Concert by the Christian Heirs of as well as spiritual. joining one sister Her \. 'P(9) E .
Ocala. _. Almost 600 people attended the Michelle, 17, and one brother, Mar- Paritla M. :. >": () .. :Q1*
shall, 22. Ronald !i ;
The whole community Is invited to convention that began and ended Leffell '. 0 AJ.1'rf"CHS"'Ji. .
come and share with us. For details with much excitement and en- Pauline Her maternal grandmother, Michigan; ''''' y! '''Such I.F1ur41s,P'.ed;Sing I\II.\
Smith of Jess
please call 9644100. thusiasm. Everyone is looking forward Meadowcreek and
to next West Virginia, also welcomes Michigan and
years assembly. Vanessa to the family. Lucas of We Do Alterations.
.. .... -- .... ........ Lucas of Starke
Lawtey Church Revival at Paternal
or pick-up alterations
I your between
I of God RevivalThe Lawtey First Baptist Sllcox ReunionThe and Shirley 8pm Mon, Sat.
descendants of Silas and Emi Florida and 9am-6pm.
Lawtey Church of God will behaving Beginning Sunday, Sept. 9th, a ly Silcox are holding a Family Reu albert and
revival services from four (4) day revival meeting will get nion on Sept. 15, 1990,at the Kicglsey Augustine and in and get you change fo t the:
started with
September 9 thru the 12th. The Rev. Jerry Taylor from Lake Civic Center at 6110 KIngsley Loyd of St.
speaker will be Rev.Hughie Stief fie. Sherrils Ford, North Carolina Lake Drive. mmatand.; your last t minute; :"ftems 1
Everyone is cordially invited to attend preaching.The The door will open at 12:00: noon, Bread,nuUc, and cold d inks. .,V k;,1It
and first service starts at
worship with us. 10:45 lunch will be served at 1:00 p.m.
a.m. and the night services start at All family &:friends are Invited to S. Across from Southside
I 7:30: Elementary
p.m.Special attend. No Invitations am being sent k.
I I Church Car Wash singing will be provided by due to lack of addresses.
I There will be a car wash at the David &: Kristl! McNeil and the Bring your family and plenty of ; --
I; Community State Bank parking lot singers of the church. food to eat and share. Come and .."'- )J
'I Saturday,Sept.8th starting at 9 a.m. Rev.Jerry Taylor is an evengellst have a good time with us. Call -- ,
!i for$2.00 per vehicle. to inmates in prison all over the Jackie Morrow at 964-8549 for more,
., Victory Revival country and has won hundreds to information.,;, .... I .... ..."" ,,_
Center of Hebron Springs, Inc. Christ. His testimony of things that
Come on out and let us wash your have happened in prison preachingand Hampton City Park Thank You For Your Many Courtesies.
car. ministering Interesting and Gospel SingA
will be reflected in his this
preaching "
gospel sing will be held at the f
next week.
Gospel SingA Rev. Grayson McNeil, pastor, Hampton City Park on Saturday, "I have enjoyed meeting with you in .
8th, from 3-8 '
cordially invites all to attend. A September p.m. homes and businesses during
Gospel Sing will be held at the Featured singers will be; Rushing your my .
New River New Congregational nursery will be provided for all services Wind,the Walker the
Family Cercy
Methodist Church, Saturday, The church is located on Family and Betty Baker. campaign for City Commission District hN
September 8th af 7SOp.m.. The Adams Street in Lawtey.turn at Bring your lawn chair and listen to 31,UeeIJtl1{ ,, WyjHrg r C new
traffic ?
church is located on Highway 125 bi ,light, go to end of street, turn lgal JPirt f-Y? .
I n itt dm W' h 1J11.I llel J v" ospelsirtgingitie9neiAiun" : rI HQI J.* 1Si gWitn and .' N. ,
Lawtey.Featured L singers r T are The Thorn- A'nirllS,. y ,4 Ji s oJuY1 +fIR uL. 0 '" rL.aiufnibo.ou /1 ) ,'>ff rfjv t Is''twi' Uo. .Q9.. -
ton Family Gospel Singers with proceeds will appreaateyourvQlffid s'u'ppoft'iffthe

Center benefiting of HeUbron Victory Springs Revival, Inc.. first primary on September I 11.
I Rev. W. J. (Dub) Thornton invites rIfie <73eautique117CTAwanl
everyone to attend.
I i I sincerely feel that I can be of help to ?

I ;. t .c %( .star l, !Forl 32091 the taxpayers at budget time, having 'r
Air Park Baptist
I Home Coming .;,I (904)964.4077 had 20 years experience City, Countyand Vote for Jean C.

I Air Park Baptist Church is having School finances.I .
:, their Home Coming, September 9th. '
Dinner is on the grounds following JOY & seth $ Beth; ROGERS
morning worship services.
I retired and devote full
Everyone is Invited.... 25 am now can

$25 perms Relax( time to my duties at City Hall. I am For City

35 ers amother with 5 children and 9

Sunday SchoolConvention i $8 CUt gc S tY'e CUrls/ grandchildren and feel that I know the Commission District 3

The annual session of the East needs of a family home. Pet. .
( Pol.Adv)
Florida Sunday School and Young "A Full Service Salon"

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TERM EXPIRES 9 30 92)) TERM EXPIRES 9.- 30 92)) TERM EXPIRES 9. 30 92)f )
I I R. "Bobby"" Biggs Jean C. Rogers Charlie Schaefer

Steve) Futch Travis V.'Woods Ed.Wallt

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PageA TELEGRAPH September.I WO ,..' u... ", .. .!, .. ,
-" ':'u : :' ', ,, I Our Southside business partnersfor PTA NeWl... you tor your cooperation.Our .
Southside .,.. ,. : < this school year are Mr.Jerome PTA President, Lee Anne Dam- students are enjoying our ex-
Engagement Johns, Mrs. Dimple Overstreet, Mr. pier, advises that our first fund citing new music/art program.Mrs.
Elementary News. Johnny.Hobbs,Mr.Steve Futch,Dr. raiser for the 1990-91 school term O'Brien Is doing a fantastic job.Our
., Bill Marchese Mrs. Evelyn Chastain. ; will be a book fair schedule for this fifth graders will perform a
Calendar of Events.' ..' i. : : meet our new staff members. and Mr. Brad Carter. We look week, Sept. 5-10, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 Southside cheer and rap during our
Carrie Musson Sept.9-10: 8:30lBoak: Fair. ;are: Mr./; Deft Godwin, 3rd forward to working with our partners p.m. daily. We will earn profit on Open House. The cafeteria is
books and
of sell,
we we
Sept. 6: 7 p.m.tOpn House and t'They el) Mrs. Kathy Green, and appreciate all their help. every decorated with art by our students.
Jeff JohnsonTo have the opportunity to earn free
Book Fair ,(open after'.l'T4' rten; Mrs. Geraldine Grif- We are very excited. about our WANTED: Volunteers!
books for Southside classrooms.We
to Read Mrs. our
WedMr. meeting). fiSf Guidance Counselor; Mrs. Lisa Writing program. We need volunteers as often as
need volunteers for the fair.
Sept. 21: Favorite Hatttey.This ... Kelly, Clinician Bobbie Akrldge, Southside paraprofessional possible. We greatly appreciate the
Speech ; Mrs Please call 964-5580 and ask for Mrs.
and Mrs. G. Musson of Starke ,was assigned to the WTR lab.
who volunteered their
school is off to a .Sue Music/Art Mrs.' parents
year great O'Brian. ; many
would like to announce the engage start! We anticipated 685 student Mary Ann Starnes,SLD Mrs.Paula She has done a superb job setting up principal. time and energies last year to helpus.
; If for
the lab in Room 25. Our staff you send a to pay
ment of their daughter, Carrie, to was
call Mrs. at
and already have 725 attending 'We "Trftylor, Kindergarten; and Ms. books with cilchuck, please make Please Ferguson
trained this and your
summer we are anx-
Jeff Johnson also of Starke. '
expect week. Tammy Dempsey 1st grade.Welcome them Southside FlPmiintary school to sign up if you are in
Jeff is the of Mr. Hershey you ye bad opportunt-? ious.for our first graders to begin us- payable to -
son We hope an '- I -. ""' .-' ,!and Include 6%sales tax.Thank terested. Have a good week! .
Johnson of Hilliard,Florida and Ms. faa .g' qy-: .
Anna Ruth Johnson of Starke.No ..._ _.__.__ ..J _._ ,I ... R
formal invitations are being

sent Invited and to all attend.relatives and friends are ((5 -, 7 Lb. 'AVq) Sliced FREE! & 11

The wedding' Is being held on _
Saturday, September 8, 1990, at 7:00 Extra. lean ,- whole & Half o -
p.m. at Victory Baptist Church In 7
Hampton. The reception will follow Boneless .
in the fellowship hall.

$ .58 The I

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Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Norton
"Golden" Anniversary '

CelebrationThe children of Mr.and Mrs.E.M. I S 1 20 Lb. Bag
Emmett & Edna) cordially
Norton, Sr. (
invite all friends and family to Prices in this

join parents them'!50th in"Golden"celebrating AnniversaryGala' their ad hoods U S #1

The. open reception will be an s Septerntler 3 thru

event of Saturday,Sept.8th,and will Sunday
be held at the Kinglsey Lake Civic WHITES
Center between the hours of 10 am DSOnt IQr 9.
and 2 pm.
In lieu of !gifts, a "Money Tree"
will be available fora

Honeymoon"Starke Sr.Woman's..Club Than Less $ '99

Luncheon MeetingThe Holly Farms Grade AM 15c Lb.Thompson .
Starke Sr. Woman's Club will
hold its first Fall Luncheon meetingat Regular Pack & Family PackCHICKEN
12:00 noon,September 12th,at the
Club House. Mrs. Carl Torode, Con-
servation chairman, and her com- c-
mittee will be in charge of the program ,
and luncheon. _
Those serving on the Conservation
committee are; Mrs. Myldred Cut-
tino, Mrs. Spyros Drivas, Mrs. BREASTS LijL: I
Harry Gruen, Mrs. Jerome Johns,
Mrs. Phillip Johns, Mrs. Rose Mc- e
Connel, Mrs. Ida Shaw Mrs. John :
Torode and Mrs. Robert Ward.
Club president,Mrs.Douglas Hardy _
urges all members to bring a $18

guest. _
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Staff Sergeant Michael J. McRae : :
has distinguished himself by / _
meritorious service as Noncommis- .- ____
sioned Officer in(Charge Telephone
Operations and as Land Mobile .
Radio Systems Manager, Detach- White
ment 1, 2134th Communications I
Squadron Hesaisch Oldendorf Air
Station, Germany, from 27 August Market Stylo SEEDLESS GRAPES
1984 to 3 November 1989 and was
presented the United States Air GROUNDTURKEY
Force Commendation Medal that is
only offered to outstanding profes- i

sionals.The outstanding professional skill .. -
technical knowledge, all all aroundI 590

I versatility demonstrated by 'wy'
Sergeant McRae resulted in the effective th.. .
management positive control Lb.
and economic usage of the
unit's telephone and Land Mobile
Radio resources.
Through personal pride, self-
motivation and unrelenting efforts,
he made significant contributions to Schooner 16 Oz. Cut or French Style Green Beans/ 24 Oz.- Light 'N Lively
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:": of The Sergeant distinctive McRae accomplishments reflect credit 99c

a:= Air upon Staff Force.himself Sergeant and Michael the. United' McRae States is $179 Lb.: $ .i99Lb' 2iE79

,K the son of Mr. and Mrs. James E.
t: McRae of Starke. He is stationed at
:: Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas,

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riUDAYi Hamburgar Gravy Maibad. PaUlaaa, iliSic: PABST X-L.T, & Old Milwaukee Lite
Green Baas,Liar Hahwa Mot Bolle,MUk.. COKE
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Festival Success... Starke Elem. News.
The annual Festival of the Arts .
held In Keystone Heights over Labor
Day weekend was a big success with Principal's Message... School Advisory Meeting...
crowds coming from all over North The 1990-01 school term is off to a The POT/School Advisory Committee
GREAT start with a smooth will have an organizational
Florida to enjoy the art work and very
A crafts. first week of I school. We have a meeting tonight (Thursday, Sept. e)
number of staff at 7 in the school cafeteria.
Over 100 art and craft displayswere new members who p.m. Our
on exhibit during the two have joined us for 1990-91 and we primary ,gos!' will be to elect officers
event. day wish to extend a special welcome to for the litou-! :::! term and to
Keystone Beach, the
street from across them. Our new staff members are: establish the date for ou.mml
Theme Park, where the
art show TEACHERS: Tonla Boswell, "Open House" meeting. All SU.
was held, was also open to
the public. grade 3; Regina Burkhalter, grade staff Elementary members parents,guardians,and
Entertainment and food booths 3: Rebecca DeSha, grade 2; Tracy to attend. are cordially Invited
drew large crowds and only a few George,. grade 4; Gayle McVeigh, School Insurance...
sprinkles of rain fell during the two speech therapy; Deanna Coleman, Your child should have brought to
days. Kay Illnson served as chairman emotionally handicapped; and Cindy you important Information
of the event, which White, grade 5.
> t 1.4r was sponsored Insurance that you can purchase '
by the City of Keystone SUPPORT STAFF: David Tew, to protect your child while at
Heights and made possible throughthe new Assistant Principal Jeff Oody, school or while participating In certain -
support of local organizations aide to assist Deanna Coleman in the school sponsored activities. If
and volunteers. Emotionally Handicapped Pro you need another brochure, please
See the 'B' Section for details on gram. call our office for Information.
the event.




I |;Boy. Scouts Attend' Summer Camp in Ga. I

I The County of Bradford has
Boy Scout Troop 70 of Starke troop, as Greg Marshall, Senior JASON'T5REENE: High Adven-
(sponsored by the Starke Rotary Patrol Leader and Jason Greene ture Program Award.
Club attended summer camp this Asst. Senior Patrol Leader, were PATRICK HURST: High Adven-. ,
year at Rainey Mountain, Ga., near both hiking in the mountains with ture Program Award. tentatively adopted a measureto
Clayton. Seven boys, accompaniedby the high adventure program. While GREG MARSHALL II: High
Scoutmaster Bryan Greene and at the garnered two
camp troop Adventure Program Award.
Asst. Scoutmaster Greg Marshall, prestigious awardsthe "Good RANDY McCORD: Basketry, increase, its property tax levy
left Starke July 14 and returned July Turn" award for the re-roofing of Leatherwork and Metalwork Merit
22. some Adlrondak Cabins, and the Badges with partial completion of
The first night on the way to "Area C Campsite Award" for ex- "The New Trail" Program (a 26.95
Rainey Mountain, the troop stayedat ceptional maintenance of their for beginning Scouts). program by percent.All .
Stone Mountain State Park outside campsite area. MARCUS MOTT: Basketry,
Atlanta. There the and
Leatherwork, Metalwork
and Swim-
The boys completed the following
their leaders hiked Stone Mountainand
ming Badges, with
programs and merit badge re- partial
enjoyed the famour Laser Show completions of Fingerprinting and
.while camping in the family camp quirements:
Emergency Preparedness Merit
jag area. JOSH BREWER: Basketry, concerned citizens
Leatherwork, Camping, Citizenship are
While Josh Brewer, Randy Mc- in the World Cooking and Fingerprinting JEROMY SNYDER!: : Camping,
Cord, Marcus Mott and Jeromy Merit Badges, with a par- First Aid,Metalwork and Swimming
Snyder remained in Camp and Mr. tial' completion of the Astronomy Merit Badges with partial comple- invited to attend a public
Greene, completing various merit Merit Badge. tion of the Canoeing Merit Badge.

Jason Greene,
badge requirements
Patrick Hurst and Greg Marshall II, the tax increase
accompanied by Mr. Marshall, par- USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set hearing on
ticipated in the "High Adventure"
Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.,announces the following dates
offered to older, more experienced
program Scouts. for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and in- be held on Saturday September
come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee ,
The High Adventure group spent River Economic Council, Inc.
Its first two days on Mount Yona, Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card. 8. 1990 at 10:30 at 945 N.
learning mountain climbing skills on You must present your current card to receive commodities.You or eitherof : a.m. :
a 130-ftr rock face,and-hlgh rappellIng two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.
from an 85-ft, rock face.,at the 7 Distribution site ahiTHate's areas follows: ". .
...' sane lddlttIbt1'the US"ittRtjtrai; EP'Pr..b.s.T..UB.. ',, Il..l"o.QI-w-'r: Center' 134 E.SoW Str"" .J,1? .,. V ijiill Bradford ...,...... ............'
'" its soldiers from Ft.Bragg.'The rest 16tm -4 p.m. ii+WrW! ; W4*aM8i'\ *itKW tiAib. feJUJaWiki : .T ... .
of the week was spent backpackingin Flour peanut butter, butter veg. beans and honey will be distributedthis r
month.Please .
the mountains of Northern Courthouse Room
Georgia and Whitewater rafting on bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. ,

Class 3 &: 4 rapids on the Chattanooga '
River. # 129 Stark; Florida.
During the week Josh Brewer Cti ,
acted as Senior Patrol leader for the tie

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Legal Notice. SCHAEFERCity t A FINAL DECISION on the

NOTICE FICTITIOUS TO OF REGISTER INTENTION NAME Group Commission 5 proposed tax,\:increase and the

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida September U, 1990 budget will be made at this I
Statute, notice It h.r.by glv.n that Ih.undnlgiMd Penonallntormation
Thomas C.Clark and Show
E. Grlfliby. Jr., joint owners, doing Bon November 1,1811 1 ((82 yeas old))la New York City
business under the firm name of ClarkCrlgiby .Moved to Florid Aprfl,1MI.Greta Con Spring Rwldenl of Starke hearing.Ureyhound.
Enterprises, Inc. Inl.ndi to sine! IMT,living st(00 8. .......... Street sine 1953
register said fictitious nam. under the Married to MsrftsLXeney SduufMrUysenChadrsaNonV.8cbMrerTbmkOuries
aforesaid statute. Schaefer Jr.
Dated this 16 day of August A.D. 1990
In Bradford County.
; Experience: :

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .Rotund from US.Covsmsunt Service I
REGISTER e 18 Y'snus.CUafSUrk.CoaulsiionerOctober
FICTITIOUS NAME ,1972 to September,1971 .October 1971 to Sepla..herW811 -
.33 ysmrs with th.Florida Nations( Guard
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida .I Y.....V.8.Navy;1944-49
Statutes, notice Is twr.by glv.n that the .40,.....M a Volunteer Fireman( ,City Starts
undersigned' Susan Coodn.r, Rt I Box Member of Am.rIcaaL.rfos Poet 51,\TN Poet 1018, & Honor Soclty( Aid
192, Lawt.y, Florida 32058 sole owner, of thsAaerIcuLsfiaiiV213Jai Beach
doing business' under the firm name of
e C-BV.Uranof America V5.Navy1.
Past Present Rt 1 Box 971, Lawt.y.Florida .
32058 Intends to register sold
under the aforesaid
fictitious name
statute. Gods,: Honesty, Integrity,Accessibility
Dated this 16 day of August,A.D. 1990In
Bradford County Over-all,Interested in good government for the Citizens of StarkeReElect .
08164tpd0906 N. _. ._ tSOn



"1 the move.

Travis V.WOOD"S. To a new location at

t Days Inn, 1101 .N. Temple Ave.

(Formerly Econo Lodge of Starke)

Ureynound has moved-to a new, more

d modern transportation center, designed for passenger -

', safety, comfort and convenience.Call .

4 today for complete fare and schedule .

.r,j. *'* DISTRICT

'p' :,\") 10 YEARS. EXPERIENCE Ron Disbrovv, Agent '

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In my efforts to visit each of you, I.may have missed some in any, .. ?!a

: case, your vote and support will be appreciated.

., VOTE 11,1990, I I I TRAVIS'SEPTEMBER Yo WOODS [ X]I GO GREYHOUNDAnd leave the driving to us.

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AXES $1.361.112 $ $ 554,199 $ 66.504 $ $ .242,462 $ $Z,224,27

665,226 74,631

ASOLINE TAXES 1,105.573 ..
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< 35,000' 31,000 223,250 352,436
TATE GRANTS 38.186 J{ .. ,
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STATE REVENUES 954.967 388732 i '.:,:. '.. :'' ..\ 1,343,699

78,009 : 99,903 40,877 853,148
301,585 49.918 282.856 .
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OTHER REVENUES (FEES) 165,579 ..:*.. 20,000 4,850' :. .1,609 192,038

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ISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 11,914 148.000 ,508 :4 : 162,422

ESS 5% DISCOUNT 142.137CR 65.175CR 68,345 3,325CR'' 35S42CR 17,997CR 6,626CR 18.3S3CR 357SOOCR

BALANCE FORWARD-CASH 337.005. 334,500 .6,153 150,880 828,538.!

5,620 9,623 102.944 483,487OTAL

ESTIMATED REVENUES: $3.037,616 $1.572.816 $1 ,525,250 $ _63,179 $ 690,304341,947 $_132,039 S499,591_ $7,862,749



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ENERAL OPERATING COSTS $ 387,473 $ 479.914 $ 256,110 $ 63,179 $ 325,901 $ 266,689 $ 91,414 $ O,933 $1,911,613

COSTS 62,686 555.551 140.852' 24,000 '. 88,433 871,522

THERLEGAL COMPUTER '' .... ..... .
& INSURANCE' COSTS 188,012 61,806. 3.109. 'r ..: 8400; t ; 5,600.. 0 .1,500. ..,r !".i68th5 .427. I II
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A4Y. "JI"I"'U b." ,. ":,
.s ATE CONTRIBUTIONS/ .().'' .ti..:.."" /..... ,,, I., "' I : "i'. ;I. L .I
COSTS 554,708 55,726 18,509 \; 43,310 37,958. 28,221 738,432

19,447 ,. '. :: 6,325" 5,000 113,437 320,497

RESERVES 0 92.237 84.051 t' .; .<# .. .:....-,.. .;, ,,.;..."'. .. '''i: .'''... '0 .'. I. '" ; .


COUNTY CIURTS OPER.COSTS 534,359 ;.'.:::\ .::'r. :y:.. : ; .' { .. 534,359

COMMUNIcATIONS OPER.COSTS 35,648 J .. ; : '\.a : ", !t r 35.648PROPERTX
APPRAISER OP.COSTS 279.964 ': "..:tt! ,:' : t"' .. .'. ..,.:\ ; ; ,'. .:: ; '.. . 279,964
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:' : h "' ir :> ,:(\\ : ; (. .', 132,000
:!-; $: \>. :..' : $ ,
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FLORIDA>A REGIONAL PLAN. '.J.J.I!!'< /. :ol'-! ,.... '. .. ., ,, ..,.,. '
: 19.001
CpUNCIL OPERe COSTS 19.001 :.' .. ." ; ; .
+I .\ ." .. "f. ; ," .. ., '!,", ... 121,083
SUPV.OF' ELECTIONS OP.COSTS 121.083 l ? : :; :: .
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COUNTY ;CUSTODIAN/COURTHOUSE .' t' :. '. ,.' s: e a
UPKEEP: OPERATING COSTS 164.090 : ;; :'t % .;; ,;\. : ,at\ 164.090

VOLUNTPER: FIRE DEPT OP.COSTS 34.900 J /'; '. .' t:' ':'r;" ." .,;". ''',.';:" '. ::: J 34,900

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: .. .. ; t :. 85,153
:BONING DEPT. OPERe COSTS 85.153 .r....'"... .,.' ....*.".; : %r',' :...:I"'r"'K, ,",,,,.(,;,,,rlv: Ys;';' ;' .
'' '.. ., .t 'If. 3,950.J"
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COUNTY CONTRIBUTIONS COSTS 3.950 ,. : ,' ., .." .
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D. / .. 66,737
I AGRICULTURE/HOME EXT.OP.COSTS 66.737 : ""I': >>Ji. \>. ,;"t:'r.'Z' ,,' ," '. ; ,. 'J'. "
"' '.' -'J .';..,r!>p.I.'i::,t",.!.:. '!Jt-1W"'i; .$ :,;" 111 ;'J;. 'Ij
'VETERAN'S" SERVICE OPER.COSTS 7,130'' ,: I\\.P.r, 1 .
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ENGINE.ER/cONTRACTURAL OP.COSTS 53,940 ; '" ".'$179,341'. .;.Y :"".' ,:.:, .1. 5'1\304'. 138,585. 0UTILI1'lRENTALMAINTENANCE
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OPERA'LING COSTS 41,7'93., ,: 67.454 : : .l9'i'\'SOO" 1,373.' '. ,.. \'''_..600 203.722hgU1i
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Nl'/lUNS1'KUC'r.1UN ". 'i. ,,,'Ilf'fi:'J" <"-:,:!... (! "h'. '. .1<(<. I" ,:-\'rTt_..,!- ,-... .f. t ,
OF RO.DS OPERe COSTS _'178,2 4 2 :, ....:. ', ... :,1' ,.. ,, ., t" 178,242
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SIGN SHOP OPERe CQSTS 36,132 .. .',-.. :y F' ."'b 36,132
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AND .FAIL OPERATING COSTS ,: :: ; t: 1 228
1,228,075. ::! TRAM>;FER TO FUNDS 226,692 .f 236,795 483:487

EXPENDITURES: $3,037.616 $1 ,572,816 1525.250 $ 63,179 $_690,304 $_341,947 $ 132,039 499598 $7,862,749fHE.TENTATIVE


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Air Conditioning DUDLEY P. HARDY. ounty! Millage Breakdown:

Service General Fund 4.912

y has his office .
re-opened .240
ounty Health Fund .
for the general practice of

law at his prior location of Bounty EMT DepartmentIne .875

996 N. Temple Ave. & Forfeiture 2.000


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964-8168 277,099,433.00

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,,ib.M> 6.1890 TELEGRAPH PaMtA

Identification and conducting property commenced within 3ffVayi: of./.c.lvlng d..lgna.nd. Reild..ntlul/Offtce:' the property Board- ;: County Commissioners and the ,
with this Warrant and your Identification notice alan employee's nvlctlon. of' WALTER W. SYLVESTER described Board will consider on Wednesday. d
I I Legal Notices .1 and conducting a full Inventory of the Within 10 days of receiving jiolice of an os follows Lot 16 of; Lake Hampton December 20 1989, ot the Commissioner j
contents thereof If the property Is vacant employees conviction In violation of this Oaks Parcel 00983 0.01600 178'x245'. Room of the> Bradford County!
or you are granted permission to entsr rule, the Superintendent shall notify the Section 23 Township 7 South, Range 21 Courthouse, Stark., Florida at JO p.m. !
I and take and Inventory by any person State and Federal Departments of East approximately 8 miles South on an Ordinance relating to:

,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH occupying the same and to detain 'the Education, 301.You The resorting of the following described I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICEAPPLICATION same In your custody until further A drug.free: awareness program Is are further given NOTICE that a property and emending the Comprehensive ,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR REZONING Ord.r of this Court to answer said Corrl- hereby .established and Is to be Implemented copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is land Use Han to provide ',
CASE ..Ida Sue Schmitt has made application by the Superintendent to Inform available for your inspection at the office that land curr.ntly.eel RSF-I. end)
NO.: 90-313-CA plalnt.YOU
1 IpMheStcla r>e4onlngaplannlng' of the Director of Zoning and Plann designated by the plan at RasMenMal.
ESTHER L. MUIR, Depart- ARE further : employees of the dangers of drug
: .I\I f ,the
Plaintiff *, Jos.iflcotanfH properly ,thwith to cite arid admonish the abuse In the workplace, of the School Florida.
descrlbeabelovi, from" ..1 to'RP: Parcel Board's policy of .free and designated RSF/Moblle Homo, the
v.. and/or possessor of the defendant, and'" maintaining a drug Each and every personthdving any Interest of ROBERT described
No proper ty COOPER ]
IGNACIO. o. ALDERETTE and 037450-00801. 5.(1101121, Township any person or firm known to claim any workplace, of available drug counseling whatever In the enactment of this a* follows: 3.25
DEBORAH M. ALDERETE. hit wife, 6 South/ (Range 22 East, Lots 8 and 9 of Interest therein, to fine In the U.S. rehabilitation and assistance programs proposed ORDINANCE should appear more or less out of Parcel 042O6-O-OOOOO acre
Defendant 32 of Johns Addition. District Court Middle District of Florida, and of the penalties to be imposed and be heard at the time and place located off of Edward Reed approximately
NOTICE OF ACTION :This proposed change In classificationIs : Office of the Clerk United States Courthouse upon employees for drug abuse violations prescribed. Vi mil. from city limit.
TOt DEDENDANTI subject to a public hearing to be held Jacksonville, Florida 32201 occurring In the workplace. As a BOARD OF BRADFORD You are further given NOTICE mot a
IGNACIO ALDERETE before Starke Zoning Board on Thurs within ten ((10)) days following receipt of port of this program all employees and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I Is
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNAND day September 27, 1990 at 7:00: P.M. at this Warrant a Verified Claim In accordance applicants for employment shall be By the Clerk available for your Inspection at the office
ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON the Council Room of Starke City Hall.209 with Rule C(6)( ), Supplemental given notice of the School Board's policy Control 255 of the Director of Zoning and Plann-
CERN N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At Rules for Certain and regarding the maintenance of a drug- llchg 11/30 ing, City Hall Thompson Street Mark.
: Admiralty
.._. Florida.
this time all both free workplace. -------- -- --
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that persons, for and Maritime Claims, and to therewith or
an action to Each and
against, this proposal shall b. heard, 9/6 Stchg 9/20 pe.having any Interest -
foreclose on a mortgage on the following specified In the Starke Codes.as within twenty ((20)) days thereafter file an .. _. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR ever n the enactment of this
Zoning -- -- --. ----
property 'In Bradford County Florida: Th. An.w.r or other responsive pleading to NOTICEAPPLICATION REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF proposed ORDINANCE should appear
A parcel of land In the SE 1/4 of Suction Zoning. will make a recommendationto the Complaint, a copy of which you shall FOR REZONING THE LAND USE PLAN and be heard at the time and place

7, Township 7 South, Range 22 Eoit; Starke City Commission on this supply with this Warrant, and to serve 4 I The City of Starke has made application An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive prescribed.
Bradford County Florida, being at th.lr'I.gular scheduled copies of the said Claim and Answer land Use Plan Element and BOARD OF BRADFORD
described more hearing set for Tuesday,, October 16. to the Starke Zoning 8 Planning Map by Bradford County FloNdo In accordance COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
particularly at follows the United States Po.1Offlc.
: upon Attorney Department for reclasiilicatlon of Ih.prop.rtv .
1990 at 7:30 P.M., In the council Room of with the local GovernmentComprehensive the ClerkContrails
Commence at th. NE of Box 600, Jacksonville, Florida By
earner told described
SE below 'from 1.210 1-1
Starke City Hall, Starke, Florida. At this : Planning Act of 1975 as *
1/4 and run South 88 degrees 43 time the Starke City Commission will 32201, ATTN: Paul I, Peres, AssistantU.S. .' Parcel No 04414.0.00400 In Section 33 provided for In Chapter 163 of the Itchg 11/30

minute 30 seconds West along the i make the final dgcisien on the propo..dappllcollon Attorney, and that upon failure of Township 6 S., Range 22 E located on Florida Statutes .-.-... .
North line of said SE 1/4 a distance of after\ ( the own.r, possessor or any party claim- Lots 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, approximately TO ALL CITIZENS. Taxpayers and other
1503 feet to the Point of Beginning. having two public Ing an Interest In the defendant to do so, 5 acres In the Starke Industrial Park Interested persons. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
From Point of Beginning thus described hearings, two advertisement and that the defendant may th.n be forfeited off South Water Street (SR 100)) In You and each of you ore hereby and MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
run th.nc. South 0 degrees 30 minutes posting. All p.rson.'Inf.r.st.d In this fo the United States by default and Southeast Starke. herewith given notice in accordancewith JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

East a distance of 162 1/2 feet to a point; application are hereby given notice of without furth.r notice or hearing.. This proposed change In classificationIs Florida Statutes that the Board of Court No.90.25 I.Clv.J.14
thence run North 81 degrees 15 minutes time and place forth two public hearings AND YOU ARE further commanded to subject to a public hearing to be held County Commissioners of Bradford UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

54 s.condsW.st along a county rood, required. make your return upon this Warrant to before Starke Zoning Board on Thursday County Florida have designated the Plaintiff,
right-of-way line 148.14 feet to the Director this Court within thirty ((30)) days. September 27, 1990 at 7.00 P.M at Board Bradford County Zoning and Planning VS.THOMAS
.Zoning and Planning the Council Room of !Starke to conduct a public hearing at a L. JONES and
Easterly right of way line of Stale Road DAVID L. EDWARDS City Hall, 209 regular meeting held at 7:00: In the
No. 200 (U.S. Highway 301)): thence runNortheasterly Starke, Florida. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT N. Thompson Street, Storks, Florida. At Council Room of Slarke City Hall p.m, Starke, ANNIE MAE JONES,

along sold Easterly rightsof !'. 9/6 Itchg MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA this time all persons, both for and Florida, on Tuesday November 28. 1989, Dedendants.
way line with a curve concave Northwesterly 9/20 Itchg By.: Patricia A. Small against, this proposal shall be heard as and make a recommendation to the NOTICE OF SALE
/ sold curv. having a central Deputy Clerk specified In the Storke Zoning Cudes Board of County Commissioners and the Notice i I. hereby given that pursuant
angle of 01 d.gr. 07 minutes 47 PUBLIC NOTICE 9/6 3tchg 9/20 The Zoning will make a recommendation Board will consider on Wednesday, to a Default Judgment entered on July
seconds, a radius of 7099.6 f..t and Th. Bradford County School Board to the Starke City Commission on this December 20, 1989 at the Commissioners '. 1990 by the above entitled Court In
a Starke, Florida,' will hold Public Hear application at their' the above
chord bearing a distance of North 12 a PROPOSED ADDITION TO regular scheduled Room of the Bradford County styled cause, the undersigned
ing on Its policy regarding certification hearing set for Tuesday. October 16 Courthouse, Slarke, Florida at 7:30 p.m. United Slates Marshal or any of his duly
degrees 04 minutes 53 seconds East 140 SCHOOL BOARD RULES
of Substitute Teachers, .Non-degreed 1990 at 7.30 P.M.. In the Council Room of an Ordinance relating to: authorized deputies will sell the
feet to the North line of said DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
SE 1/4; .Vocational S Adult Teachers on October Slarke City Hall Starke, Florida. At this Ihe rezoning of the following dented ty situate, In Bradford County Florida
thence run North 88 degrees 43 minutes, ((3.(36))
8, 1990, 7:00 P.M.'n' the School BoardRoom time the Starke City Commission will property and amending the Described as:
30 second East along said North IIn. of of the District Administrative Offices ((1)) make the final decision on the propo.edappllcallon. prehenslve' Land Use Plan to providethat Lot Six Block 1. Shady Oak Subdivision .
the SE 1/4 a distance if 188.7 f..t to the No omployee of the School Board shall land currently zoned RSF-1 and
Point of Beginning. 582 N. Temple Avenue, Starka, manufacture, distribute, dispense, after having two publichearings designated by the plan as Residential as per plat thereof recorded in Plat'
Florida. two advertisements
and Book 3, Page 29 of the Public
has been filed and you are required tos.rvs possess or use on or In the workplaceany All Single Family be rezoned to RO and Record of
Copies of this document posting. Interested In this
be obtained persons Bradford Florida
may County ,
a of written" defenses If alcoholic substance, any IntoxIcating designated R.sld,nlioI/Ollic., the
copy property
your!! L at the Bradford School Board application are hereby given notice of
Offices of at public outcry to the highest and beet
or auditory, visual or mental JOANN GLISSON 8 FAYE
any. on Johnny, who.R.address Hobbs Jr.Is, plaintiff's"attorney Monday through Friday. altering chemical or substance or 'narcotic time and place for the two public hearings MATHESON. described as follows: I bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00

938 Stork., Florida 32091 P.O. Box St.ph.n W. McLeod drug hallucinogenic drug, amphetamine required Acre Parcel 03969 00100 In Section 29. o'clock Noon on September 26. 1990 at
on or before Assistant Superintendent borbituote, marijuana or Director Township 6, Range 22, on 1637 W. the front door entrance of the Bradford
September 21, 1990. and fllu the original '. 9/6 3tchg 9/20 any other controlled substance, as del In- Zoning and Planning Madison St, Starke, Florida 32091. County Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
with th.cl.rk of this court .ith.r before'I r .. i. i : 'I? ed Starke. Florida. You are further given NOTICE that Doled
.l by Federal or State low or rule, or any a August 9. 1990
service on plaintiff's attorney or ins"'" t"s' : .: .,' ; UNITEQ STATES ..,counterfeit of tuch drugs of substances 9. 6 1 Itchy topof told proposed ORDINANCE Is Richard L. Cox, Jr.
mediately thereafter; otherwise o 1- 'DISTRICT'COURT all being collectively referred to as 9/201lchg available* for your Inspection at th. office United States Marshall
default will be entered for of the Director of and PlannIng
against you \,,, MIDDLE DISTRICT drugs. -- Zoning Middle District of Florida
the relief d.mand.d In the petition. 1. OF FLORIDA "Workplace" Is defined to mean the City Hall Thompson Street Starke,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this r JACKSONVILLE DIVISION site for the Florida.
performance or work done In NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Ralph J. tee
court. on this 31 day at July 1990. Case No. connection with Each and every person having any Interest
9Q-758-CIV-J-16 employment. That Includes REZONING AND AMENDMbNT whatever In the enactment of this Assistant United State Attorney
RAY NORMAN UNITED STATES Or AMERICA any school building or any school OF THE LAND USE PLAN proposed ORDINANCE should Attorney for Plaintiff'
BY: Carol Williams Plantlff.v. premises; any vehicle used to transport An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive and be heard at the time and appear place 08/23 4tchg 9/13
Deputy Clerk students to and from school and school Land Use Plan Element and Pl'e.erlbod.

,._ 8/23 4tchg 9/13 $32,400.00 IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY activities off school property during any Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance BOARD OF BRADFORD
with the local Government & 1AKKB
NOTICE school-sponsored or schoolapprovedactivity COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy
Ida Sue Schmitt has mode application Defendant. event or function such as Held Comprehensive Planning Act of 197S as the Clerk
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for No. 5, Convalescent WARRANT OF ARREST IN REM trip or athletic event: where studentsare provided for In Chapter 163 of the Conlrol257Itchg CHURCH OF GOD
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATESTO under the jurisdiction of the School Florida Statutes, 11/30 422 N. St.Clair 9M-S449
Home ACLF(Adult Congregate
r District.As TO ALL CITIZENS Taxpayers and other .
living Facility) to the Starke : MARSHAL Interested : Pleasant'
Board of Adjustment on property that I.d is FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF employee a condition shall notify of employment his her each. and persons.You each of you are hereby and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR We Invite you to worship( with LIt
and described) below: FLORIDA.ltJ<.' 1 ttJrt" < of his of neVtConvictlon of supervisor herewith given,,notice) in accordancewith ., REZONING AND AMENDMENT Attended Nursery
>*>1>< 'lfl.dt 03745000801. S.ctlon 28, GREETING: criminal any Florida Statutes that the Board of 1 I' OF THE LANt USE PLAN hnd.ySchool .___? ign
South Rang. 22 East Whereas on' August 28, '1990. -the In drug the statute for a violation later than oc- County Commissioners of Bradford An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive &.cming Worship .__.__----M flflzn
located on lots 8 and 9 of Block 32 In United States of America filed a Com curIng after such workplace no 5 County Florida, have designated the Land Use Plan Element and Fvmlng Service '._____.__' frm
Johns Addition. plaint for Forfeiture In Rem (the "Com days conviction. An employee Bradford County Zoning and Planning Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance Wednoecl.y'buth .____?.___. 730 pen
who violates the terms of this policy may Board to conduct hearing ot with the
public local
plaint") against $32,400.00 in United a a Government
The Starke Board of Adjustment will
States Currency (hereinafter the"d.fen- be non-renewed or his or her employment regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
conduct a public hearing at their regular dant"), for the violations ol law may be suspended or terminated. Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke, provided for In Chapter J63 of the Come Worship With U.
meeting held at 7:30: P.M., in the Council enumerated However, at the discretion of the School Florida on Tuesday, November 28, 1989, Florida Statutes
In said
Room of Starke City Hall Thompson Complaint. Board, such employee may be allowed and make a recommendation to the TO ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and other BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Street Starke, Florida on thursday NOW THEREFORE, you or. command..d to satisfactorily participate In and complete Board of County Commissioners and the Interested personsYou .
September 27. 1990. to take the defendant Into your may be allowed to satisfactorily Board will consider' on Wednesday. and each of you are hereby and Comer of Pratt and ChristianSun.

At this time, all persons will b. heard possession' for safe custody by taking actual participate In and complete a drug December 20, 19B9, at the Commissioners herewith given notice In accordancewith School 9:45 am
concerning this application as specified possession thereof, or If actual abuse assistance or rehabilitation pro Room of the Bradford County Florida Statutes that the Board of Sun. 11 CO
In the zoning cod. of the City of Starke. possession Is Impractical by affixing to gram approved by the School Board In Courthouse, Slarke, Florida ot 7.30 p.m. County Commissioners of Bradford Sun. Service Worship 7:00: am
Darrell O'Neal the property In a conspicuous place a lieu of a non-renewal, suspension or ter an Ordinance relating to: County, Florida, have designated the Evening : pm
Director Stork. Bd.of Adj. copy of this Warrant and of the Com mination. Sanctions and discipline The rezoning of the following described Bradford County Zoning and Planning Wed. Night Service 7.00pm
plaint and by serving copy of this War. against employees, including non- property and amending the Comprehensive Boaid to conduct a public hearing at a
9/6 Itchg Pastor Ronald Hannah
rant and of the Complaint upon any person renewal, suspension and termination Land Use Plan to provide regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. in the
that land currently zonod RSF-I I and Council Room of Starke City Hall Slarke. Asst. Pastor John Leshuk
occupying same, or, by posting shall be In accordance with prescribed
designated by the plan as Residential Florida, on November 28,
Tuesday 1989
.property.! with ,this Warrant and yuur School District procedures and shall b. Single Family, be rezoned to RO, and and make a recommendation to the Prob frifag The Bloo4,ne Boot:, Blessed Hineteela.e.Dyt

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I Tornadoes On Road to Face Big, Tough Wildcats.,'.; ,'

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Big, tough, experienced and some best teams we'll play," Coach Hurse line averaging some 230 pounds and tackle; No. 60,5-11,235,and the tight also has good speed. Wildwood beat Clermont 2W and
receivers and backs with speed is says. six feet tall. Five players go both end, No. 89, 6-4, 230, the strong side Wilwood uses a 4-4 or "forty" had one touchdown called back in "
the book on Wildwood High, the on- It is a 2-hour-plus drive to ways including the quarterback No. defensive end. defense,just like the Tornadoes.The the preseason jamboree scouted last
the-road opponent for Bradford Highat Wildwood down 1-75 to the Wildwoodexit 12, 6-1,180 who Is a defensive corner- four down lineman are No. 39, 6-3, Thursday night by the BHS varsity
8 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, Sept. and then east to the town. back; the fullback No. 35, 6-3, 255, The quarterback, a senior, throws 255 pounds; No. 60,5-11,235; No. 64, coaches.
7). The 9-1 1989 Tornadoes beat the weak side defensive end or Sam the football well,and has a lot of, 5-10,222, and No. 89, 8-4,230. Nos. 35, Wildwood has several smaller but
Wildwood Is better than last year, Wildwood 13.6 last year in a hard linebacker; the running back No. 23, speed. The Wildcats operate from 60 and 89 go both ways. faster and quicker substitutes to use
says Tornado Coach David Hurse. fought game on Bradford Field. 5-10,165, a strong side linebacker on the I-formation with the big fullback it is also the opening game for the when the big players tire and need
"The Wildcats may be one of the Wildwood has a starting offensive defense; an offensive and defensive and the hard-running tailback whoTornadoes Wildcats. rest Coach Hurse says.

Down UCHS 16-13 ,

; Fall to Keystone Indians 76Tornado

9 gridders won 16-13 over sive tackle Jason -Norman and backfield. BHS defensive back:
; Union High and lost 7-6 to Keystone linebacker Phillip Crawford, threw Terry Berry No.9, saved a
y r High In the Fall football jamboree incomplete on third down. On fourth touchdown on that play.
Aug. 31 at Keystone High School.It down from the four yard line, QB Allen Jenkins returned the KHS
was a big win for Class 2A Crawford was stopped on the pitch kickoff 49 yards to the Indian 41.
Keystone High, which also beat In- out around left end. and Bradford seemed off to the
terlachen High 3-0.
+' "Over-all, we're pretty pleased," -
said veteran Bradford High coach -i--: 1fl --
David Hurse, who is not upset by the
loss nor overjoyed with the win over
UHS. Coach Hurse wanted to see fl _

what under the pressure.1990 Tornadoes could do

__ The new edition of the Tornado
\ ., 4 gridders showed they could score

points. But the defense gave up
r yards and touchdowns to both
keystone High and Union High."It's
obvious we have a lot of work to so," ?
said Coach Hurse.
The defensive coordinator, Coach
Rowland Cummings, said the
defense worked hard, but gave up
some big third down plays. The Tor-
nadoes were tougher down close to
z the,goal but gave up big yardage in

Help, Help.... No.S,running behind fullback Jimmy Williams No.30. midfield.Bradford drove 52 yards in nine !t Eid i

Tornado cornerback Terry Berry, No. 9, faces a big The Tigers are already through the Tornado front plays to score, with running back
task In trying to tackle Union High's Chris Alexander.seven and In the secondary. Charles Boyd, No. 40. going in froma
yard out. Each beck, fullback
Robert Hankerson, No. 23, and wing I
back Allen Jenkins, No. 13, and RB
Boyd contributed. BHS stayed on the
Experienced Offense ExpectedTo ground for runs of 2,8,2,9,3,8,9 yards. d i
extra But Jenkins point. missed wide right on the

r Jenkins on the Loose.... ;omb'lllll,1
Be Big Plus Against Wildwood Union High, using the speed of
running back Chris Alexander, No. Wing back Allen Jenkins flieds down the sideline In the Fall jamboreeIn i
5,on the pitchout,a face mask penalty Keystone Heights WB Jenkins had a 15 yard run, returned a kickoff 49

"It'll be tough but we'll be ready," play from the wing-T offense. Plus Harden, No. 12, 17 -12. and a.17_yard!pass from. QB Alan yards, and kicked the winning field goal against Union High.
says Tornado defensive coordinator the backfield has two experiencedrunners Probable starters in the defensive Crawford, NO. 7, to wide receiver
Rowland Cummings of the season in fullback Robert Hankerson backfield are cornerbacks Terry Bret Dukes, No. 82, put the footballon In Bradford's turn from the 10, two races.QB Sheffield threw 43 yards to
opener with big, tough, experiencedand No. 23, and wing back Allen Berry, No.9, 165-12 and Robert the Bradford two, from where QB Charles Boyd dives got the footballto tight end Andy Goodowna, No. 85,
fast Wildwood High which will Jenkins, No. 13. Nichols, No. 24, 154H2, and at safety Crawford sneaked it over for the TD. the six yard line. Then QB Sheffield who was finally kicked out of boundsat
be playing at home. To rest the starters some of the Eldrich Sconiers, No. 41 16512. But the extra point was blocked, was sacked for an eight yard the Keystone 16 yard line. Sheffield
younger developing {players will see Probably starters on the offensive leaving the score tied at 6-6. loss by hard charging Union High then ran right end for 12 yards,
Head coach David Hurse hopes the some varsity action. 'We'll keep line are: center Wyatt Collins, No. Fullback Robert Hankers scored defenders as be tried to get off a down to the KHS 4. On first down QB
Tornadoes can use an experienced moving them in and out to keep them 53; guards Phillip Crawford, No. 62, from three yards out on first down, pass. With the football on the 14, and Sheffield went back to pass but was
:: offensive team to put some points on rested," says Coach Hurse. and Jason Norman, No. 65; tackles following a UHS pass interference kicking from the 24, Tornado Allen chased deep and threw going
the board early. With seven starters Probable defensive starters on the Clayton Manning, No. 76, and Shaun penalty which moved the football to Jenkins drove the pigskin through backwards and off-balance. The
::: .going both ways it is obvious those .front seven for the season opener Jenkins, No.75, 21 -11, and tight end the three yard line. :This anii.true timeJenkins' the uprights to secure the J6-13 win' pass ,lacked the steam to reach an
Andy Goodowns No. ... PAT was strong over UBS.Against. : open BHS receiver and Keystone
players are going to need to be are: Sam linebacker Wyatt Collins, 85.h ? ? ,
putting BHS up 13-7. Keystone Hign."tl "BHS defensive back Travis* Rlgdon stepped
rested at some times during the No. 53, 195-12; left tackle Jason Nor- Starting in the backfield will be:
drove the football 63 yards but used to intercept the low In
coaches quarterback Reggie Sheffield up pass
game. Tornado want to No. 65 No.
man, 180-12; right tackle
:: keep the offensive starters from get Shauntel Houston No. 11, 155-12; fullback Robert Hankerson However, a personal foul penalty two passes to score, despite a the endzone and nobody In front of
74 195-11
:. ting too tired to be effective blocking weak side end Clayton Manning No.; No. 23, 17 -12; wing back Allen against Bradford High, for slugging 15-yard personal foul penalty. QB him. Rigdon returned the football to
Jenkins after the whistle blew, gave Union Sheffield<< rolling out,first threw into the KH 24 where QB Sheffield timed
;: for the run and passing threat that 76, 195-12 end Allen Jenkins No. 13, 17 -12, and running
; flat
experienced quarterback Reggie No. 13, 17IH2 Robert Hankerson back Charles Boyd, No. 40, 180-12. High the football on the five yard the left to wideout Terry Berry his tackle and knocked Rigdon out of
or ,
Sheffield, the ace-in-the-hole for No.23 The young guys will have to line. Fullback Jimmy Williams, No. No. 9 who ran 29 yards to the KHS bounds with a solid hit. But RIgdon's
171H2 side linebacker
Bradford High, is expected to give Andy Goodowns, ; strong, No.85, 211H2; weak develop this week and play some 30, carried to the one foot line, and 21. From the KHS 31, following the interception had preserved the KH
QB Crawford sneaked in for the TD. penalty, QB Sheffield threw 31 yards
Bradford High. QB Sheffield's talentis side linebacker Crawford Friday night, said Coach CUmm- win.The
the Phillip ings, agreeing with Coach Hurse. Crawford added the PAT to tie the to rookie wide receiver Vinnie Blye, Tornaodoes practiced Mon
running or passing on option No. 62, 195-11, and rover back Julius
score at 13-13. No. 20, who had gotten back of the day for four hours on the field and
-- -- Union got the football first in the Indian secondary. had another hard practice Tuesday.
. City Checking Electric Meters for Accuracy, Slow or Fast second overtime, but did not score. But Keystone Larry Bradley, Then the plan was to ease up
Tornado rover back tackled Union No. 22, blocked the BHS extra point, Wednesday, practice in shorts and
Starke electrical meters, both Chief Meter Reader Ken Fuqua the average meter b running at 97-98 fullback Jimmy Williams inside the setting up the victory margin. shoulders pads with no hitting, and
commercial and residential, are be- says more than 300 meters have percent accuracy. five yard line on first down from the The Indians then drove 80 yards in to work out lightly Thursday. They
ing randomly tested for accuracy, been tested,with 50-60 percent foundto Weldon said he suspected the city 10. QB Crawford was stacked up for 12 plays to score. Big plays were worked to correct some things, such
says Bill Weldon, city operations be running slow, that is ;failing; to had a number of slow-running short loss, a short yard, on second passes from QB Todd Taylor, No. 12- as being out of position, blocking
manager and utility director. register all the electricity being con- meters when he checked the amount down. QB Crawford, working under first 17 yards to tight end Joe assignments and techniques.. "We
Defective meters are being sumed. While one meter was being billed against the amount being heavy pressure from Tornado defen- Stidcland, who made a superb catch can't correct lack of speed or ability.
replaced, whether running too slowor discovered metering only 81 percentof produced or bought. of a low,hard thrown bullet while on We've got to go with the kids we've
too fast. the electricity going through it, a dead run, then 33 yards by running got and improve on technique," said
back Rickv Crane. No. 9, out of the Coach Hurse.

;;. Sign-Up Now For Starke Rec.

t w Dept. Flag Football, TennisNow

ed into two classes: Beginners and
that summer Is coming to a After the first
::r Advance Beginners.
close, it's time to begin thinking clinic, the beginners class will be
about the after school offered -
programs Advanced begin-
from 3:15 to 4 p.m.
by the Starke Recreation ners will have class from 4:15-5
Department, and which your child Tennis classes are scheduled
might participate In, says Recreation p.m.
each Wednesday at Pratt Street tennis
Cards Director Cheryl Godwin. courts.
For AllOccasions September set forgsocccer Registration fee for soccer andfootball
through 21 is $10, to cover the cost of a
flag football, and tennis. Age determining T-shirt and award,and must be paid
date is how old child
your Sept. 21.Tennis .
will be Sept. 21, Ms. Godwin says. by classes are free. The
Soccer is for ages 4-7. Clinics are Recreation Department will furnish
set Sept. 24, 25, and 27 from 3:15: to 4 balls and racquets to use in class for
p.m. at Pratt Street Field. do not have a
those who
WE HAVE A Flag football is for' ages -12.. Schedules for soccer andfooothaf
Clinics will be conducted the same
will handed out the day of their first
days as soccer: Sept. 24, 25. 27 from .
GOOD 4-5 p.m. at Pratt Street Fie d. game.All of these programs: can be
Games will begin the week of October played by boys and girls,says Director :-
1. The days the games will be G.
SELECTION played will be determined by the, "We may be having a few other
number who register. special events during the fall so
Tennis classes will begin Sept. 26, take
OF child
CARDSiU -- keep in touch so your can
a Wednesday. The first class will advantage of all the fun," says Ms.
at 3:15 for C-12. At
--- begin p.m. ages Godwin.
FOR this clinic participants will be divid-

GRANDPARENTS, City Near Settlement I

; AND OTHEROCCASIONS -_- _- With Reinstated PolicemanBy
z.rI z. '
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I Buster Rahn April, 1988, saying stop-sign' I
65 ran a
acT Staff WriterCity mover I
no call for a back-up. '
... attorney Terence Brown told
Since Allen was still In probationary
: Starke commissioners that settlement j
: with Patrolman W.S. Allen is status Bowen fired him. Ordinarily, ,
.:.THE near, in its regular meeting, Tuesday a person fired while on probationarystatus I'
has but Allenfought
no recourse,
OFFICESHOP Brown, September sought 4.and received ap- back, saying he was terminated

i proval to execute documents for the because of his associationwith
the PBA (Police Benevolent
city, relative to reaching agreemed.
Brown would not reveal the Association), the local police union.
# 110 w Can St. amount of the settlement. The issue went to arbitration In
8tu1te' Patrolman Allen was hired by November. 1988, and PBA won.with
,.k,, .. the being advised to reinstateand
'. 0" former Chief of Police Jimmy city
064-5764' ,,n_ Bowen In December, 1987. In compensate Allen for back pay.
February 1988.,Allen wrecked a city In the Interim, Chief Jimmy' EW-
J patrol car at the intersection of Old has succeeded Bowen as Starke
Lawtey Road and SR-18, while Chief of Police,and Allen has returned
responding to a call. to the Starke Police Departmentas
Chief Bowen fired Allen in late a patrolman.Page .


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I Power Outage-; Hits Starke Residents on HolidayBy eJ I

Buster Rohn time for many of the large stores. The nine minute outage Tuesday through ''It UMnpuUnuui .awui ing the feed to the City of Starke tine and power was restored
aCT Staff Writer Many people had a late supper as morning resutled from The Switchover buys from the source offering electricity substation.When entire tnrougnout the city.
Electricity was off for 17 minutesall result of the blackout,but there were when completing ,the swit at the lowest price. electrical load dropped on the Tuesday morning FPL advised
over Starke, Monday afternoon no serious accidents, Weldon said. chover., FPL is a major supplier, and a single generator operating 'at the Weldon that it would be checking its
September 3.and for longer period i An FPL spokesman said there majority of the electricity comes In time..It tripped off leaving the en- substation at 9:30 a.m., but Starke
over parts o//town, but City Utilities were actually two problems coming Power Sources... over FPL lines. tire city blacked out. would not be affected. However, at
Director Weldon says It could simultaneously both causing outages in The city has seven generators, Last month Starke purchased The city power plant crew was 10:31 a.m.,85 percent of the power to
have been worse. Lawtey and Starke., with enough generating capacity to electricity from 18 different sources, able to re-start ana pick up 10 per. the city was lost when an FPL
First of all, the problems were A transformer failed In the carry the electrical .needs of Its represented by '12 electric com- cent of the city at 6:05: p.m., some 17 breaker tripped. Current was off 9
caused by power failure In Florida Lawtey area,possibly related to two population. However, th,'city can panies, Weldon said. minutes after the outage began. minutes, with restoration at 10:39:
Power and Light Co. (FPL) equipment new feeder lines recently'completedto purchase power cheaper. than it can Twenty minutes later, at 6:25: p.m.,
and not the City of Starke. serve the area.. generate it. Weldon's Report... the second feeder line was closed, a.m.Weldon said all Starke equipment
Secondly, ,the outage occurred at In Starke a breaker switch failed, In recent years.. Starke has, 'Weldon reported electric serviceto enabling the power plant to increaseits functioned properly, and the local
5:48 p'.m.,. near Labor Day closing for an unknown reason, causing the entered into agreements with some the city was lost at 5:48: p,m., output to 25 percent of the load. power plant was not at fault in eitherof
outage. 20 sources for electricity, andStarke when an FPL breaker failed, open- At 7:25: p.m., FPL came back on the two outages.

I I Approves $8.9 Million Tentative: Budget for 1990-1991 Fiscal YearStarke I

commissioners tentatively be advertlzed'alsuch. City Power Plant.. The city purchases electricity price had increased to 93 cents per ed a site plan for an addition to the
approved a $8.9 million f budget for The total dollar figure of the from several of which
Director sources,some gallon. Consumers will see an In- of the Corbett's Tire Co.
the 199 fiscal City Utilities Bill Weldon rear
required public year In the first of new budget Is 0.3 percent higher than the told the council that Starke Utllites comes from coal fired plants, some crease In utility bills spread over building. which had been recom-
spending bill. hearings on the prior year. provided 3.4 percent more electricity from FPL nuclear powered plants, several months, since the fuel oil mended by the Starke! Zoning Board.:
City Clerk Linda in August than in any previous and some from oil burning,plants._ price increase affects only portion
hand-outs of the Wise provided The proposed budget includes. & month Including August, 1989, of the electricity distributed in the Weldon advised that the city has
said proposed the budget.miPM1Hieii percent pay raise' for the city's approximate which had" set a record. Starke generators are tired with city. received a contract for the Installa-
? 9CHII budget 100 employees. natural gas on a firm contract, but tion of railroad warning signal lightson
but Increased on taxes at 3 mills, On a motion by Commissioner the plant uses some 7,000-8,000 Weldon advised all consumers to, Orange Street. Installation is set
roll-back of assessments created a Travis Woods, the city council Weldon said there Is no shortage of gallons of diesel fuel a month,mixed conserve energy where ever possi for December.
percent. Since the adopted the electrical but with the natural gas for lubricationand ble. Bill
city did not reduce taxes proposed budget as power, the cost of providing Mayor Silcox eulogized
back to the roll- presented. There was little discussion oil produced electricity will pilot lights. Jackson for his tenure on the city
figure, the difference and no opposition to the pro-- escalate, based on the rising price of In June, the cost of diesel fuel was Other Actions... council, 1949-61. Jackson, who died
represents a tax Increase, and must pees!. crude oil.\ 58 cents per gallon. In august, the The council reviewed and approv- Monday, served as mayor 1955-61.

I. Longchamp's Request for Variance Stymied by Tie Vote of Board of AdjustmentBy I

Buster Rahn filled, with people standing in the Longchamp can build homes con- seeking board approval. out of bounds for consideration. quirements and is within his budget.
aCT Staff Writer door, to support or oppose the request taining 750 square feet on the four Young Green, married about a Green said the only areas of Brad- Teal and Bassett indicated their
A 2-2 tie vote by the Starke Boardof for variances. by Longchamp lots without consulting the Board of year, says he has arranged financing ford County with the water table low sympathy for first time home
Adjustment has left requests for Homes, Inc. Adjustment, as long as let backs of by FmHA, a governmental agency enough Is either in the Keystone buyers. Denmark and Cappa said
four variances In Southgate Subdivision 20 feet on each side and 40 feet,front that assists first time buyers and Heights area, or up toward their job is to put aside names and
in SE Starke up in the air. The request. and rear are complied with. The other low income people to own Highland.The only other alternative faces, and consider only the proper-
The request by Longchamp Jerry Wilson, president of smaller homes can be situated homes. is to find a home site inside the city
Homes, Inc. will come back before Longchamp Homes, Inc., told the within the regulations, said Cler- According to Green, FmHA will limits, with city water and sewer ty.Tuesday evening, City Attorney
the Starke Board of Adjustment board that he recently purchasedfour mont Bizer, vice president of not finance a home with an above available. Brown said the tie vote effectively
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal saidThursday lots In Southgate Subdivision for Longchamp Homes, Inc. ground septic tank, which makes Green said he has searched denied the motion and the issue will
night, but ChairpersonClaire the purpose of building four small Bizer said Longchamp Is aware of much of Bradford County, with its diligently for the past several mon not come before the Starke Board of
Capps interprets the procedures brick veneer homes, with just over its option to build smaller homes water table just below the ground, ths for a lot that meets the re- Adjustment again.
to preclude the Board of Adjustment 1,300 square feet In each without board approval,but Insisted
hearing the. requests The lots do not comply with R1A the contractor has no plans to do so,
again. ( Family Residences) zoning but he did not rule out the possibility
Mrs. Capps Is of the opinion that Sine since they are smaller of utilizing the lots in than manner.
the request was denied, since a than the required 1,500 square feet,
variance was not approved and and have less than 100 feet frontage. Several' persons stated that ex-
relief will have to come from an ap- However the non-conforming four isting homes violate the set back
peal to the Circuit Court. lots were grandfathered in when regulations, with some !having) addi-
The vote may be under a cloud according zoning regulations were Im tions within the past 3-4 years.
to Roberts Rules of Order plemented.. O'Neal was questioned about the
says Bradford County Attorney BillBessent. issuing of permits for additions that
It is his opinion that the motion Wilson said the firm has sold the placed homes nearer lot lines than 20
should have been Worded to ap- four,proposed homes to first home feet. He said homeowners are required
prove the request, even though the buyers or others seeking the smaller to furnish site plans for each
board member who made the motion homes. new addition. If the site plan shows ,
opposed its approval. As it now Mrs. Capps and Ron Denmark the proper Bet back, the permit Is A
stands,.the request for a variance voted to deny the petition. Sam iuu d:. If the property owner has
has not been acted on resulting in no Bassett. who usually votes conservatively misrepresented the distance on the SAVE uPVoUP
action being taken. I/that reasoning : teamed with Ken Teal to proposed site plan,he has violated a
prevails, the request may return to oppose the motion as stated. zoning regulation, and Is subject to TO === 25%
the Board of Adjustment for another Bassett and Teal said the alter- penalties as indicated in the code. = -
hearing. native to approving the constructionof When the subject of other homes
The Board of Adjustment has only a 1,300 square foot residence is arose board member repeatedlytold
four,of its five seats filled at this less attractive than allowing the audience that each request '
time, thus a tie vote may continue Longchamp to build the houses as stands on Its own merits, and prior II ed..Gsc.da V.r P.p..
until the'vacant seat Is>filled f/ by city planned. Also the'request torr4th actions by the board are not ger-. __ II n en n wH-, aois eoos..en9oiw
"'Jmmiaaioaerl"rf'".,'a?,,,.;?, erj 'vas 'md1 feet.from mane, to current deliberations.. -
r" y City.Attorney Terence Brown was !' side lot-line for and 20' "St -U tr"Y -.".': ';-* gfSCAbiT*0000 ..-. g) -
out of town Tuesday, and could not feet from the rear lot-line on the corner Who's Hurt... -
be reached for his reaction to the lot. Curtis Green, the only purchaserof
hearing. According to Information discussed one of the four homes to addressthe Gacads Laser

The City Hall hearing_room was during the board meeting, board,explained hii situation, in N sy ? wwire =yr err.
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county's a new
not put any assessment funds in the and talk to a lot of people he didn'tget landfill and of OOfXeniflraptic Mufli PurpoM Sheet
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As a result of the $1 million shor- explain the tax situation. "I'm solid waste will break the county 8V. > M" API-00 2204 1025 819 4 M 4.1' UP TO
current state rules.
tage,the county budget Is extremely planning on getting out there and 9000 SWIM for High Sp ed Copiers 54
tight, even after commissioners increased beating the bushes," Riddick said Greg Alvarez;' thanked his op- 8'fc" a 11" P1.OK 1001APVOX t 9 00 $39 $3 58 52 99
property taxes 1.7 mills.. Wednesday. ponents for running a clean race 8W x U" 9004 1085 e.11 459 4.1' -
Now commissioners are planning Chairman Maxie Carter Jr., not and said he thought he'd worked 3 Hole Punched 1.m 10 rm 20 rm Mp Colors_
again to pass special assessmentsfor up for re-election this year, has hard the first primary, but said it e'ha 11" AP1-00 2201-P $ 950 S4M4M V4364M 13.99 ; ? iois aeeeNts aoou
the law enforcement,emergency repeatedly stated that any commissioner seems he'll have to work even '/>" x If P1.OX- 001-P 950 3.66r fr
medical service, and the volunteerfire elected will face the same tax harder for the second primary vote.
departments..Going on advice problems the county now faces. Manly Bolin congratulatedGaskins
from new county attorney Bill Bes- Commissioner Riddlck, speaking and Alvarez, but said:
sent, the commission is planning to Tuesday night to WEAG ,Radio "They better look out because I'll be cAStH1E.'liP COIot'S_ .-
the assessments totaling $70, back In four o___
pass l.State l. reporter Terry Vaughn,.said: "I've years. THE ..; 'c; tAR'I""!
without voter approv ..------- -

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Races .. SHOP COLORS OF THE 84,.29

(from page 1A) Klux Klan connections, 30 percent. Education race on the Republican now.CaD st. II FOR SMALL BUDGETS! ""'

as Democratic nomineefor The Bradford County vote was ticket,former Governor Claude Kirk Starke All colors of these multl.purpose sheets can be
easy State victory Treasurer and Insurance Rogers 1.089; Hastings 1,077;. and was high in state voting\ with M per 964-5764 used for xerographic bond smooth finish offset
Minter 796.Republican. for ken sheets, 500 sheetsreamSirs .
of the cent to 37 percent runnerup or duplicator
with 78
List 1 mi 10 rm 20 rm
Jack Dodd was third with 17 II:
opponent statewide, vote Jake, Crouch to 24 percent, based for on his in- Ticket... Stepp percent.; Kirk and Stepp will be in a ._. __ ,'tt'\,!/I 6'hx 11'1| P1.MP.2201-' |S 9 50 $5.14 M H Mlj

The Bradford 2nd Primary runoff. The Incumbent o ', ",, -- t.> 'Specify color: Bins-BE; Canary-CV, GrMitr-GN.
complete On the Republican slate for Com- Plnk-PK
Commissioner, .
County tally was 1,893 Stuart, 715 missioner of Agriculture to succeed Democrat bad no opposition.Betty 1 tvau or the Rocldla.Including Denver,order API-sc.MOV
Crouch. retiring Commissioner Doyle Con- list 1 mi 10 rm 20 rm

Minter in Runoff... ner,the race will be a runoff between .1 I 6'hx t4-P1MP2M4-M10lMM| $5 M $5 41

The Democratic: nomination for
Secretary of State will'be a Second percent of the vote and Ron PinkPKWntotlMBocMes.Including Denver order API-5C.804-',
'Incumbent State
Primary runoff between Jim Howard,with 38 percent on the basis'of Representative,

editor Minter and a public Tallahassee'official newspaper and Alcee.;:' .from incomplete the race was returns Jack,Dodd Eliminated with 17 Republican District ,21 was, re-elected Chance top Irvine third !::t HON FULLSUSPENSION VERTICAL FILING CABINETS-Flledrawers
] term with 57 of the
percent vote in
Hastings, a former Federal Judge percent. Bradford Republicans gave :'OR OUR LATEST SAL with handy thumb latch let you fully open drawers for easy access to the
The statewide!' Howard 109 votes to Branson's 108, Bradford and Clay Counties, to 43 L _
impeached. for
was for her John entire drawer. Cabinets are priced for tight budgets yet constructed
) Minter 38' ''and Dodd's 71, not ,including percent
vote (incomplete gave Thrasher.The Bradford County vote heavy use: sound dampened drawer fronts; double wall construction;
percent; Hastings percent; and absentee votes. Commissioner, for Irvine was 114 to 52 for Thrasher.- comer gussets for extra stability, reinforced Inner frames;and triple-tied
with Ku In the three-man
John Rogers, a candidate cradle suspension for easy-glide drawers. Letter size Is 1S"W x 25"D.legal ;
Is 18 1/4"W x 25"D 2-drawer measures 29"H: 4-drawer Is 52H.

II Mobile Home Park Sought on. Weldon 'St. i:: ... Assembled. Ships via truck. Shipping charges may be added

Style Size Wt. Number list EachDrawer
.- til-tili 1--.1 Letter 59lbs65lbs. DE4.512$16300 $ 9487
By Buster Rahn The city council will review the comodate 25 mobile homes, with a ........ 2-Drawer Legal DE4512C19500 115.05
aCT Staff Write.. recommendations by the zoning' density .S homes per acre, less 4-Orawer Letter 107 Ibs. DE451422100 127.90
Two site plans were reviewed and board and make a final disposition. space for the 40 foot wide street running II JJ' 4-Drawer Legal hubs DE4514C25900 15929'Specify
recommended to the city council for The city council approved the Cor- oao feet through the center,with 1 color; Black-P. Tropic Sand-K.; Pulty-L
I .1
final approval by the Starke Zoning bett site plan in its regular' meeting, 13 homes on one side and 12 homes _
Board In a meeting that lasted only a' Tuesday, Sept 4. on the other. '. '
few minutes Thursdasy Aug. 30. The Starke Zoning Board recom- Site of the mobile home park with i
The first site plan was presented mended the approval of the mobile 330 feet frontage U the north side of L' FOR ALL YOUR OFFICE
by John Odom III. depicting a home park for John Odom III more Weldon Street (Brownlee Road or t:]
mobile home park on. Weldon Street, than two years ago, February 25, CR239) slightly west of the Vo-Tech PRODUCTS NEEDS
In NW Starke. 1988. Final approval was made by Center. It is some 1,800 feet from '
The second site plan provides for a the city council March 15.There was part of Green Acres that lies north of .
storage room on the rear' of'Corbett'l no opposition tb the rezoning request the large drainage ditch with a buf-
Tires and Service.. on' at either meeting. fer cone of trees separating the two \ .
North Temple Avenue. In seeking the change of areas. There will be ao roads or ..f. '. .
There was no opposition to either classification from RIA (Single 'streets connecting the two housing ".s., : .' r, .
site plan and both received Family Residence) to RM2 Mobile areas, and the mobile home park .
unanimous approval by the. Zoning Homes Odom said the plot contains win have' an entrance. only on .
Board: S acres and)will be constructed to Be- Weldon,Street


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ,'il' ; : \ ", \" ?" ',,' B d -1tIr- .
JUDICIAL BRADFORD CORCUIT.COUNTY.IN AND FLORIDA FOR i."" n..' J \'. .. ..';;.'. ., ''1:''.;,J,!. 'F5 U BUSCH LIGHT .
FILE NO.: 14206IN 'II' BUD DRY .
RE: The Islote of 1 ( I. .. 49 \\" .'
I FLOYD R. CROSBY ,t j .. : ;:. : 43912PK ,>1
..... ...
Deceased. '. ;
3' [
The administration, of the .Hat of "
FLOYD R. CROSBY deceased, Fll. No. I) .
-4206.It pending In tho Circuit Court for
Bradford County Florida Probate Division RUZAN 4L _.. DELACOUR I
th* addrou of which I I. Bradford -'TONIC WATER I i
County Courthouse. Stork, Florida RUM CLUB SODA I BRANDY
32091. Th name and addrM of th*personal WHITE GOLD O HOER ALa i
representative and of th*prianalrepresentative's tiiiiiiiiI r 99 Id 599 .'
set forth
attorney are 12OR
below. !II Ii III LTvliln t.Te I TR. ML
All lntrmtd persons or*required to
file with th. Court WITHIN THREE MON '

((1)all OF claims THIS NOTICE against:the estate and ((2)) 7 DO'::'... -11at Bl, .'.T n. 7\ STYROFOAM'' "JI edges I

any obJection| by any interested personto SALE J r' ><. d COOLERS 199 .Jj YrtLerj..II.
molUd that (
whom notice wo \\I
challenges th. validity of th. will th* .... J 28M BEACH '
qualification of th* personal represen- : : 849 "
of th.Court. .
tatlv venue or Jurisdiction
Publication of this Nolle hat begunon M li''j i 1,.1 I .' '
August 30th 1990. 1 I' 1'1'1' ''I night clubsthroughout Florida : : ..: ; : II !+;.
,_ "'" I
Russell 6 Ridge Crosby Place Jr. \; ,- ', -.......-..'. .._' ., --. ; .,,;.: -1ttI. 1.1: / : 7 UP, '-i t r,

Morgantown W. Virginia 26505 'J 'tEiaIui: ] -=7 I \i r1!1 .c.l' I I IJ :t! I IIM':I i';. l.-tiiiiiI'7 UP ;

Marshall B. Crosby I
Galn 5206.>vlll NW.. Florida 33rd T.rrac.32607 t CHIVAS Johnnie FLEGi Ns BURNETT'S ABSOLUT FIMIANDIA .i4 'CAlit' '

Anna Ruth Johnson REGAL Walker* 1.7511.99 GIN '. 80 VODKA VODKA <, II !I

431 North Broadway Street SCOTCH RED LTR.3.00 I< :,1
Stark, Florida 32091 BALEITl "..;-I BB99 99 I I 00.AK L[ 'If"
4 099 2599 8.99 10 .. WINE '
Wanda Crows : e 750 ML 750 ML /: ./ is oz. 2.99 i
1030 Butler Road CS. OF 6.5245.94 CS. OF 6.5155.94 CS. OF B 571.50 CS. OF 6- $76.95 CS. 0F12-$14388 OF 12.2131.88 SAil
Stark,Florida 32091

Mary Alice Stanley 1EWARSS $oIm,7 ln 8+'eStngtnms' FLE1SCHMANNS. TARKOV:99, ::. $:f:

3041 Detroit Circles "White Label : 1 w'

Jacksonville, Florida 32205 SCOTCH SCOTCH Gill Gin VODKA VODKA / --. ,t'.

1099 .
11.0; .... 1'JB
405 West Georgia Street I. 750 ML U:. M.8ct REGULAR,LIGHT,ALE
Stark., Florida 32091 CS OF 12- $163.00 CS. OF-$131.88 CS. OF 6 $149,94 CS. OF 6.582.95 CS. OF 6 $59.94 CS. OF 12.559.88 L..ES. 5.
Telephone No. : ((904))964.4667 69HARVEY'S
Florida Bar ID No.: 0242871 I '
Stolichnaya HOZ. Ml
Gilbey'sCERTIFIED ABC 80 --.., 6-PK '
8/30 2tchg 9/6

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JUDICIAL BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUNTY IN,AND FLORIDA FOR 1 :. -' 1449 23 49 ,t, 649 999' 175010.99 uun 599 Pearl''

Case NO:90,-.75-CP.((1-4204)) -' i u: =F I
JANNIE CHRISTINE PATRiCK, Cs. OF ".... es. OF 4 -' FREE x..1nT0/C. TM CS. OF 6.559.94 $131.88 eUF 12 $71.88 a ;
Deceased. : : .S1". : 99

NOTICE administration OF ADMINISTRATIONThe of the estate of : I I : :IIH I ",' :l. 1 : : !1 '!1 1 r'1 1 hi.1.1 .i! 6mim lf., FJORD VIKIN 6.PK cHgI'

Case No.90-7S-CP ((1-4204)). Is pending in DI4\TTtJ'-!\ CALVERTj Canatuem O!? j. ''iIIm 80 VODKA POTATO VODKA I ;
the Circuit Court for Bradford County \ ( EXTRA f)a z ezin ,
Florida Probate Division the address of ,.......w. M"'''' .1 III" LTD, ffMj"Qf /Ae 99 IMPORTED 899 LOWENBRAU 1"
which Is Bradford Courthouse, 17513.99 SALE! ZURICH ;-
County BLACK LABEL I ... ...... HI NORWAY .;
Storke. Florida 32091. The name and ...... 11. .. LTD IMPORTED SWISS
address of the personal representativeand 23992.00 "!:. 9 99 1 CS. OF 6 $89.94 CS.OF12.$104.95. 99 ;
of the attorney SEA 1199 .
are personal set forth below.representative's REIAII. Zl.;.?D 1- 750 ML r'r., 3 1101CS. i"Jf
All Interested persons are required to OF 8 $143.94 CS. OF 6 $83.94 CS. OF 8.570,95 CS. OF 12-$109.95 1 1 1 / 1 6-PK u ms t,
file with the Court WITHIN THREE MON


((1))all claims against the estate and ((2)) Dr.l JE.. .
any objection by any interested personto BEAM 1 V.O. ot 2.W BECKSLIGHT =
{ ........_-, I SCOTCH WHISKEY'' :
whom notice was mailed that 1.75 SALE r.
challenges the validity of the will the =,.eyy e JII.\JCO! LTR'.2.00 sus...... 0::: l.
? :'*- "i' r'')i iIEBAR
qualifications of the personal I 1I 99 .
representative 7LTR. 10LTR. ;:u.- 1 899 1349 I :"' 999 ( ;!
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. '" f.."a", 10.99 / !iJ c WW ,
SO ALL FILED CLAIMS WITH BE AND FOREVER OBJECTIONS BARRED.NOT CS. OF 12 $95.88 CS. OF 12 5131,88 CS. OF 6 $113.50 CS. OF 12-$159.95 CS. .F 6.577.94 CS. OF -$119.88 DrlNR ens

Publication of this Notice has begunon : ': IMPORTED! ':,
August 23rd 1990. I1ID CanadianMist. CANADIAN rxveRNousel I
IIN1F. ',
5 'i
Johnny R. Hobbs,Jr., P.A. jfIf1)1i\lt\ll; : WHITE '
P.O. Brower938 80 WHISKEY { 1.7512.49 SALE 1.7514.49 SALE
\lpll\\JW! JIAM1A'I.'IfA'R!&/11 WHITE:
Stark., Florida 32091 l) r..:;.. LTR.-2.00 ...... "r: rlt'III1J LTR.-3.00 .e....., r.BLIJE. 14
((904))964-5700 POUR I y

Attorney for personalrepresentative) .."D Sff,I II'9 1249 :;-: u. 10.49 IFmI REIAII 1349 i DARK 899 11.49 NTlR RElATE =-L!.;.:; 649 CS"2P; : r.t'i

CS. OF 6. $68.94 CS OF 6 $73,50 CS. OF 74.94 CS. OF 6 .580.94 CS. OF 12 $107.68 CS. OF 6 $86.94' ?

Starke, Florida. Box 32091 869 .I""" ']: !l IIl-I; ;;:; : ::' I'II"l: ; I =-- =- "iI; m""' ; :' f' ;: ::';;fll"m'; I:;";:' =tI ;I J MICHELOB >

Personal Representative8234tchg913 Brown Bros. ....oo...,' ML 0 9.99 Carlo Rossi : i'i': :;- J5. 5.39' Gold Seal PA"URKLN""ORJr: : :'L :ft 4.99 Chat. SI. Michelle .. 8.99 : L
From RenSandeman 5150 ego.:::0055:: :M 4.49'' Gallo "':' C= 'r-: LtN. 3.79 Great Western K.DRY :ft 5.99.BerInger. : ssi:; :M 4.49. :

.PORT. :M 12.99 ABC -.."==::a.nt.?- List. 2.99. *Tcninger .uTr.ewr.: :ft 65.99 Stiller Home esu.rr Yso 3.99 339 120Z. ;y
MIDDLE JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT OF DIVISIONCout FLORIDA *11 Cardo Mo T.L t ,a MP 14.49 Gallo uSStfiULSKmSfuiTaylor Munr: luMuneT': :::; \ WMIT: EE. L5.79 / Domalne I Mumm .., 71101399' Beaulieu Cww"eia:::::.M :M 8.99 t I. AL

Chianti Classico :M 5.99 tARSDDDNTIIY ssW L4.79 Frelxenel 12S? :ft 5.99 BerInger CAsE,:"NCI :M 10.99 ; .

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA No. 90-251-CIv-J-14 1 allot! .::::. M 7.49 logo Sangria Red .1:. 8.49 Taylor "W ft 4.99 Inglenook TeoCHAROONNAY ML '7.79 '' ... t

Plaintiff VS.THOMAS., *Phillipe RoHischild :0eeDOC :M 7.99 r Cella ussssaRuflino : L6.49 Moel & Chandon ;u: :ft 18.99 f Glen Ellen E.DY"NDNELA.nf5 reANOit c 750 ML 3.99 : :.-. BluaRihbon .

L. JONES and *|I.V. Meursaull :M 19.99 R.MOndG'/II/ AzMg, s.1N. 8.99 Oudinot nBallalore .. ft 17.99 *
ANNIE MAE JONES : Far Hlenle CH"OO.NA' :M 27.99 : tia, ;

Defendants.NOTICE. OF SALE lancer's Rose ,ML 3.99 ,!lmunller.;," ";'..." L,p. 5.79 / Spumante TRO ML 4.49. R. MondaYI CNMMRANC ML .49 '\y..;;i, 199. ,CANS loz
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant |1.v.. "Chassy" collie- M 4,49 ,I. T" Setaastianl I WH". 7110 29 I I ',
to Default
a Judgment entered on July .5 ScbastianicowtTwr
25 1990 by the above entitled Court In Dubuf nAU+aA.vaLADr.. 750 ML 6.99 N'ELr.J. ;.>,. Gallo 7110 49
the above styfed cause, the undersignedUnited Schlitz
States Marshal or any of his duly Maitre d'Eslour :f. ML 5.99 MHOTNOsHWTt eu RID'R''R'WHln' BONNET BerInger "'::.:"':" L< 6.99 .
authorized I CAKJUMT ASO DR WHIT' MALTLioyoiv1S 1
deputies will sell the '
situate In Bradford County Florida property Haleus Rose' :M 3.49 Kendall CAlu::... .'ML 9.49 02:. CAN ;>

described as: Black Tower 01.1'ws a 750 ML 3.99 .? 649 549 _' 599' SuUer Home z.z.L: M 4.29 t
Lot Six Block' 1. Shady Oaks SubdlvLslan LTRCS.OF6$38 28? at
".f.; ""16Iae '"
as per plat thereof recorded In Plat (iadOt HAUJOLA Tsa ML 5.99 ; $ '
Book 3. Page 29 of the Public Records of miot CS,9 $3294 CS. OF 12$69.90 S onda 'N"D'a ML 0.99

Bradford County Florida .
i at public outcry to the highest and best Glenllvel N MALT OICN 150 ML 19.99 __"1Jei: ,.''' I"f''III =-- Martell!) YS caaec :M 16.99 NAPA --
f bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 .
o'clock Noon on September 26. 1990 at Mist :ft 16.99 Rumple Mime ac*,_ :ft 12.99 E&I ..._, M 7.49 RIDGEBailey's I eoou'irIsh
,. the front door C A Bin HIT SAUVKtHONCHANOONNAV 1IJtt'I1J: !:
County Courthouse entrance at Starke of the, Florida.Bradford Irish :ft 13.49 DeKuyperHennessyVS( ac".: ,;:". :ft 5.49 Carillons c:7.:' :M 6.99 '- ,ll REGWALIGHT.I-GOlD

Dated: August 9, 1990.Richard L.Cox Jr. Christian Bros. ."..' tw 15.99 .:S. ff 16.99J/1J1sunrfse Tequila *,. LT/I/ 12.49 ---. 499 _O__ 299

Middle United District States' of Marshall Florida Southern Comfort 13 :M 6.99... Frangellco ......UII :ft 13.99 Gr r 710 1 t 9 : CS. OF 12.$5ML -or eua

\. I. ..rua Al, sen. i NOHDAI. sen. if -; '-
Assistant' United Slates Attorney POPOV I t. B ill
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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1"_WI5I5 I 1 ra_./_ IPA WIttIAA./cass t t1R18A1. tI!:
REGISTER Wl tUlAi. lIlT. I ten. 7 I lUtSOAl, lift. 11)
Pursuant, to Section 865.09 Florida WHITE 5 'Is 1 PAXTA6ER : I PINK I ROSSI! 1 I"'
Statutes notice It hereby given that th* 1-.fl'T, I
undersigned, Stan and Scarlet Hammond r u 1 3 LI 1 '1" "
5"49 lTt 1 4 99 .
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P.O. Box 1251 Slarke, Florida Lit I _...= :'. "Ii' 1 I.29 lilt I : .
32091 joint owners, doing business 1"8III'I..!!/cst m .'._ __t 2..11I//_ I,11I_!,_. IMllcm_e5 ,
under the firm none of Sand S Credit
2 Collections Stark. Florida 32091 Intends '
to register said fictitious name "I. 1 1

I;i under Doted th*this aforesaid 20th day statute.of August A.D., B: m. fl. -" III' ,I 1Iq

19'0. In Bradford County B/234tpd/13 LOCAL I ADVERTISED! I : : I IAA I &WIHE: ..

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I 100 Artists Display Wares At Festival of the Arts in KH I

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By Ann. Sponholtz The annual Festival of the Arts the biggest crowd ever filled Theme
Labor Day weekend for the event. assistance Kestone Heights
from various
I volunteers
Iclllor of ih
take Region Monitor was a big success as reports indicate Park in Keystone Heights over Over 100 artists and craft persons Those Jackie McGrath and Natasha
displayed their specialities as peopI who helped l make the event Palmer-Interact
., from all over North Florida such a success included: Faith Harper Lake Area Youth
', gathered at the two day event. Barbara Manning-Jaycees Steering Committee Chairman
; "Attendance Is up dramatically Jim Mmesinger-Rotary Kay Hinson,Patti Brannon, Ronnie
from last year's. Sales and positiveGinny Garner-Kiwanis Edgerton, Lynn Schwartzwelderand
reactions have exceeded our Pat Bennett Lake Region Karen McGUl.
1 n., greatest expectations said Kay Business Association City Officials-Jack Raleigh and
Hinson,chairman of the event. Marie Wrinkel Keystone Susan Fraser.
This year's event was sponsored Heights Garden Clubby Contributors to the event included -
the City of Keystone Heights withMarian Berg Women's Club ofChildren's :
Starke KOAMcLeod's
1" Lake Region Printing
Jack Courtnay and Associates
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.
r r Florida FederalJo
and Gilbert Reed
Jones Funeral Home
Keystone State Bank
Manning Lawn Mower
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
Moreing Funeral Directors
Millers Supermarkets
Keystone Lake Region Business
,, Association,Inc.
Jackson Building Supply
Morningstar Press
Paul Smysor
is 4
# Jim Powell
Mini Storage of America Darby

4{ i 'r; '%. 4... S. .. ,, -'" BloodgoodWest- Engraving and Trophies
-" '. ." .----S 'a-..... Howard Dunn
I" Corner... -G&K Enterprises_

Lots Of Food... Shown In picture are members of the Keystone Day Youngsters weekend.enjoyed themselves at the Festival of the Arts over Labor

Besides all the art work at the annual Festival of the Heights High School Booster Club, who Joined many One of the most popular attractions for
Arts In Keystone Heights this past weekend,there was organizations In raising funds for their special pro- painted by an expert face painter.Jeff youngsters was to get their face
also lots of good food to eat. Jects.

Norman back at the Deerfoot Village CenterWells .'..' /oAAdi: i

R1. A .y

Orian Chevy-Olds ,

.yr.' Come in and welcome Jeffre back and pick up one of the great values on the Demo Sale!

arC% ; DISCOUNTS. REBATESJIpJTp !f.ltits'; ; 'ASrI r p

.... -s\JO ; '> ""fh. f' 'if't' ;:,
--! .. -, s .. . > :
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9 0 '",..',$ ', .'. ; O'i ,>',".,: $2 000 " t-999S
$\ There were lots of exhibits to enjoy
at the Festival of the Arts held In
Keystone Heights over Labor Day
Local resident Barbara Trlest Is
shown here with some of the handcrafted -
Items on display at the art

"' re show.The following awards were givento
arts and craft persons participating
in the show:
Best of Show 2-D-Hercel Stallard
-water colors.
Best of Show 3-d.Wesley Gates-
199 Sllvrado I 1,990 Cutlass Wood Turnings.
Award of Excellence 2-D-Gayle

Step Bumper ,Tilt.PDL.Pulsa Austin Award- of Excellence 2-D-Randy
Sierra V6. iv.PS.A/C/ Stereo tllTh McCaulley-Pastels
VAiS'2" C99i Award of Excellence 3-D-Kathy

$1 2,395 Boles Award-Basketry of Distinction 3-D Jill

,',,. '< Award of Distinction 2-D Steve
Payments as low WAS Gill-Graphics
-_ Award of Distinction
$269.00 Was $14,789 0.-- :;;; oq
as $15,261 Timm-Acrylics
Award of Distinction 3-D B.
Net Rebate$1000>Tax&Tag.WAG =-M 5 '' Markley Basketry and
a Denise/Frank Acy Ceramic Pottery
9O ,FORD 4X4
89 Ford Escort -@ Mazda PU ) XLT 87 Chevy Bragg Award-Graphics of Merit 2-D Tommy

QT S.S S-1O Award of Merit 2-D Virginia
Chen-Water Colors
I Low miles. Like new! 5 spd.,Air LARIAT V6, PS, PBAlr Award of Merit 3-D-Phil Longo-
3,000 Miles-All Power Wood SculptureAward

L '$7,995jL $4,495 > $12,995 $5,995 Dorman Boone Honorable-Basketry Chinese of Merit Mention Brush 3-D 2-D-Painting Margaret- Duei

Honorable Mention 2-D Gene
Roberds Oil Painting
Honorable Mention 3-D Cindy
-C9 Ford F-250 f8 Lincoln '7 Ford 87 Chevy Hirt-Woven Leather under Glass
Honorable Mention 3-D-Yolanda
4x4 Town Car Taurus $5 99 Celebrity Bates-Jewelry.. .

LARIAT Loaded all the wayl grey, Loadedill + '9 I V6, Loaded!

$13.995 All'Power'Low Miles $9,995 jLSd $v6 995 L $5,995


964-7500 Besides good food arts and crafts:
displays here was also plenty of;
CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE entertainment for the entire family.:
Shown In picture are members of a:
local Karate school giving a.
demonstration at the Festival M the:
Arts show held In Keystone Heights,.
over Labor Day.


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.. Hazel D. Brownlee Joyce Patropulos of San Francisco, 64, resident of P.O.: POX IS Hamp son. William I V. Carter of North Florida"Gainesville jtegjohal, following Medical'Center a
I < Ca. and Lois McCort of Kettering, ton, Florida,.died early Monday, Florahome; one'.daughter. Mrs. tort illness.! Born in South Dakotaon
Basel Drew Brownlee 76 of Ohio; and two grandchildren, September 3,> 1990t at Alschua Joann Hoverson of Hampton. ;,' and Mrs. Shlmmon
N.C. died Thursday, and ; June 11,
Asheville, Robert Drew Shambach General Hospital' In Gainesville, two granddaughters. Melrose in 1970 from Aberdeen -
i. August 30, 1900, following a sudden Marie Shambach of San Diego, Ca. following an extended Illness. Funeral services were held Sept.Sat moved to Dakota.
Illness. Funeral services for Mrs. He was born and raised In Lawteyand Arches Tanner Funeral Home South of the
member Baptist
Brownlee was born in At- Brownlee held in at moved'to In She was a
Mrs. were graveside Hampton J933 with Rev. Roscoe Creed officiating.
'j' more, Alabama on August 13, 1914. Delke Cemetery In Lake Butler on where he has resided since. Burial was at' the Crosby Lake Faith and a homemaker.
{ She moved to Asheville N.C. four Sept. 4 with Chaplain Bill George Mr. Carter ref rTed from Du Pont Cemetery with Archie Tanner Survivors include;of one Jacksonville daughter,,
years ago from Lajolle.Ca..She wasa conducting the services; Interment Chemical Company. He owned and Funeral; Home-in charge. of arrangements Julie S. Rasmussen Brice Shimmon ofMlnnlapolts
'" \ long time resident of Lake Butler was in-Delke Cemetery under the operated a chicken farm until Marchof Florida; one son,
and attended Lake Butler Schools. direction of Jones Funeral Home of ,this year,and was a member of ,''''Minn..and two, grand-, .
Survivors Include: two sons, Lake Butler. Florida. .Hampton- Baptist Church,'and, a. Clara L.>lShiinraon l children.Memorlallzatlon will be by cremation -'
James "Jim" Shambach of Colum- veteran! of: "U.s.; Navy.; ,' fclara Lj.; Shimjnon, f( ,;of Serena with interment at a later date '
Shambach bia, Maryland of North and Carolina Robert; three Nye William D. Carter Survivors clude;' his wife; Mrml; Lake; 'ITo 4e'.''Melrose,Florida: under the direction of Jonas Funeral.'
sisters. Louise McRae of Starke William Dawson "Dub" Carter, Leila:Brown Carter of Hampton;.one; died.1'ueedr. '_August,28, 1990. In Home in Keystone Heights, Flqrida.:,
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Winn-Dixie '.1-1- '

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Jackson, Sr. :

Form.r Stork Mayor and Bu.ln..,men : .; :,, : GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO ';;"

'', ;when you buy groceries,Just ask. your
ExMayorJackson ......-- __.... ,Jothanellt.r. The funds
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DiXIE' LOCAT ON. ; will 0.0 the The Salvatldn Army to provide
fresh food items for needy families."

Dies at 68William ff E'i: 'L- ILi \

Thomas Jackson, Sr.
former Starke mayor and founder 01
Jackson Building Supply Sr., 68, of
Starke, Florida died Monday, Sept.
3, after having a heart attack In the :
Hampton bulldozer. area while operating a LI

Born May 30, 1922, Mr. Jacksonwas _
born in Quincy, Illinois and
moved to Starke in 1930 from Quincy _
Ill. He died in the emergencyroom
of Bradford Hospital. The
heart attack came as Jackson was __ _
operating a bulldozer to help his I
grandson, Greg Jackson, clear landon
Meng Dairy Road. _
Mr. Jackson was a member of
First Presbyterian Church, Starke
since 1930, and was an elder and
member of the Church Session, anda __ _
disabled veteran of WWII servingin > "
the U.S. Arm: Mr. Jackson
founded of Jackson s Builders Supply !
Starke, in 1954; was a agent with NOBODY CAN BEAT. NOBODY
Central Truck Lines for 32 years and ._
owner of W.T. Jackson Railroad

member Construction of the, American Co. since Legion 1956;for a Winn-Dixie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food'Bill. Every,Day!. Compare QUIT Prices. You'll Like The Savings.

44 years.the Board He was of Directors a charter memberof at First : : 'More!
National Bank of Bradford County. Discount Prices That Save You

Jackson, elected in 1949, on '
the city commission of Starke for six -

,'years for Jackson sixjears.and{ was a&.mayor in Battle, and of city Jhe Bulgein judge % 'SOo. : 10% ; 5 / ;

the WWII shoulder and was,and severely had to walk woundedin to as 'Tt1iig\ / .

jeep which carried him to a field

hospital.regaining the He use spent of his many arm in months Army 0" 0'" OFF

hosptitals in Atlanta. \ PantYhose All Trial
Survivors include; his wife, Ruth \ S BonneauSunglasses Sizes All Greeting Cards
Morris Jackson of Starke, Florida; Bags Chips,MagazinesPaper uggested Retail SUggested Retail Suggested Retail
one daughter, Becky J. Scott 8. Back Books Price Suggested Retail Price Price
Starke: two step-daughters:
Barton and Mitzi Revell of Everyday EverYday Prict Everyday Everyday Everyday
Tallahassee; four sons, Marc, Tom,
and Bruce Jackson. all of Starke,
and Rick Jackson of Chattanooga, -
Tenn.; four brothers: Walter M. __
Jackson, Ocala; Edward Blake D EVERYDAY ,
Jackson,Starke; Robert C.Jackson, PRICE } EVERYDAY .,y'"'
Keystone Heights, and Richard P. r f LOW l a w E DAY
Jackson of Boonton, New Jersey'; __ LOW PRICE al W PRICEs
one sister, Louise Cain of Ocala and
13 grandchildren.Funeral .
services for Mr. Jacksonare
set at 11 a.m. today (Thursday,
Sept. 6) in First PresbyterianChurch
Starke with the Rev. Jerry
Patton conducting the services.
I i J
Burial will be. in Crosby Lake PERDUE DELI IN OIL..WATEN s P
Cemetery under the direction of TURKEYBREAST BLUE BAY
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. TUNA .

s+ua,...,. 58.
An English highway boasts the
smallest underpass In the world s :
tunnel one foot wide which was HALF
constructed to permit badgers to
get to the other side of the road, .1.


Starke' 964-rs4fSl ; 2 $ PEPSI '

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Sat.* bo.' J 1ft"Ir.e e.Pi $ -'A2 YONNAISC $
8howing an1yi@:' TAKE HOMEBARBECUE (.' 1 iiI 198
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Starts Friday, Sept., 7 '
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FORD m HOAGIE': : _; 'WI 9L'D"- _,,:, .: $2

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I "A Partnership'.for Success" Gearing Up for School Year I IThe


Business Partners of Brad- munity and the schools In Bradford Recognizing teacher achieve- Sponsoring academic contests. Keeping the business community recognize the Importance of this
ford County are beginning their County. ment. Providing educational "support" apprized of their goals and mutually beneficial liaison.
fourth year working with area The partnership program has Providing "shadowing" oppor- materials. achievements, special programs, Below Is a list of the business part-
schools.Plans are now underway for been Implemented In many com- students. Donating tickets to cultural or and. projects. ners for the.tIIIO-tlschool year:
principals and business partners to munities to establish a helping relationship tunitiesking with the Special Olym- other appropriate events. Encouraging groups to performat BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOU Ms.
meet and discuss the goals and objectives between business and pics. Providing feedback to the schoolsof company functions. Paula Staele'Principal
for the 1990-91 school year. education. Partnerships can be Providing reading motivational employee and potential educa- Inviting the business personnel to Bradford.;..uo.p .al, Inc", Elwin
"A Partnership for Success" made with an individual school or at programs. tional employee needs. special activities and athletic O'Steen '
began In May of 1987. The Brad- the district level. Sponsoring school improvement The schools have been Involved events.' Electric Cooperative, Inc.,
ford/Starke Chamber of Commerce During the past years, the projects. with community activity by: The tremendous success of this Char Hutcheson
Board of Governors and the Brad- business community has been In- Allowing employees release timeto Welcoming business input Into program is due to the commitmentof Davis, Monk, Farnsworth Co.,
ford County School Board entered In- volved by: work at the schools. the educational process. the business partners and school Eddie DouglasDr.
to a joint resolution to provide a .Providing student motivational Displaying student work in their Highlighting partnerships at PTO personnel. The business:) communityand Gray G. Flynn D.M.D.
close.link between the business! com:. programs. _. place of business. meetings and school. publications. Bradford. County schools First Union National Bank. Cindy
Land 'Title Information Services! ,
Inc.. Richard W. Sullivan
Richard E. Welty, Attorney
Tenvillegar Motors, Lorna Red-

dishWestern Steer Steakhouae,Donnle
n yam. RESERVED 6C Falcon
u ------ Fashion Stop, Janna Samons
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. Starke Power Equipment, Joe
Dr. John Mazzella, Principal
Bradford Chiropractic Center,Dr.
W. David Sikes
Durban Memorials, Bonnie Ray
First National Bank of Bradford,
'' Alan Hetzel
V/-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF Florida Theatre, Vickie SparksMitchell's
Drugs,Carolyn Autry
Jan & Maxie Norton
Sawyer Gas of Starke, Jamie

FRYER BOTTOM ROUND HICKORY SWEET Womack Thrift Stump's Dept. Store, Evelyn

Starke Lanes Inc.,Pat Wagner
QUARTERS ROAST BONELESS HAMS Sunshine Industries, Bob Larimer
Vito's Pizza, Gus KopelousosSears
Roebuck, Wanda Bishop
Sonny's Real Pit BBQ Larry Reddish -

9-11 LB. 8-LBS. Bryan's Ace Hardware, Gene

PKG. & UP Bryan County Line Nursery It Land-

scape, David Waf ightBRADFORDUNION

9 TECH Director CENTER Mr. Jim Ward,

Bradford County Economic
Development ConnellyBradford Ray Navitsky, Med

SLICED or County Telegraph, John
James R. Flynn P.A. .
Job Service of 'Florida, Dena L.

FRYER BREAST . La slss TOP SIRLOIN STEAK ta *397 PORK SAUSAGE LB. $117 Judge Starke/Bradford George H.County Pierce Chamberof
Commerce, Anita Rink
Orian Wells Chevrolet Olds Ceo
SLICED FREE Inc., Orian Wells

"PORK! LOIN : HAMS' ..... .. .Slatez.Community. BUI Bradford McRae,County Principal 4-H,Rod Buchele
Electric Chris
141;> ,...10// II':' Bank.' Anderson Clay Cooperative
'" of Starke Eron,John Riggs and Bill
$127 12-oz 9go THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: Johnson Hayes Funeral Home,
Checking Checks Hiram London
Savings Account Credit Card Applications Kelley Engineering, Inc., Jerome
Loan Applications: Money Orders Kelley
LOIN HALF M TURKEY NECKS Certificates Money Market of Deposit Accounts NdaryPublic Night Depository DISTRICT LEVEL PARTNERS

PORK LOIN . La $208 SMOKED SAUSAGE 2 r $299 or WINGS . IrJf$500 HOURS: Mr. Jim Schools Duncan, Supt. of BradfordCounty

W.D BONELESS FRANKS WHITING FRI, 9 8:ffl6: p rn: GalloE.
TURKEY HAMS it $198 or. BOLOGNA. u Sge $699 8 am2pm.Traveler's. Luebke.I.DuPont De Nemours Co.,Don

WATER ADDED The Kiwanis Club of Starke, Job

HAM . . 'Ii: $279 CORN DOGS . La $229 SPARERIBS . ':n$170 Pizza McDonald's Hut"Susan, Mary Coleman Ann Lyons

Rotary Club of Starke, Laverne
ELJDW Starke Jr. Woman's Club, Cathy

e sI PRODUCE SCHOOL,Mr. Rick Ezzell,Principal
Dynatest, Wayne Wynn
I I I I I a i Ilsier Griffin Industries. Roger Jones
Smith Lumber *Builders
)L Ls Nature makes the produce. Steen Smith
: I
I a WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.

Mr. Robert Paterson, Principal
ALL PURPOSE Denmark Furniture, Steve Den-
; POTATOES Genesis Hair Design' Terry
i- I Oglesby

I 110 Hardee Hardee's Taxidermy, Wayne

: LB. Jackson's Building Supply, Mike
I BAG Shemer
Lawtey City Council, Laura Har-

t1 tl NEW CROP risLawtey Correctional Institution,
MED' DELICIOUS New Method Cleaners, Sylvia

BLACK CHERRY, CHOCOLATE of VANILLA Terwillegar Motors, Byron Ter-

SOUR CREAM Tw $127 YOGURT . 2 a7z R.J.E. CENTER DenIse Adams &
DIXIANA Ij 9 Eugenia Whitehead
SUPERBRAND 6ge At Denmark Furniture, Steve Den-
$3 48 WAFFLES . If- LB. mark
'3 SUPERBRAND $ 88 Jesse Moore, Principal
$148 State Bank, Jerome
i HARVEST FRESH! Community
9ge 4.9ge 7ge R. Hobbs, P.A.
SOAP . . = PIZZA . . rJ1A DeWitt Johnny C. Jones Funeral Home,
k C Stove Futch:
New River Correctional Institute,
PHARMACY LB. Brad Carter

II CABBAGE . u Dewey STARKE McKinney ELEMENTARY PrincipalCarverReagan Mr.

USED CHEMSTRIP WITH ACC004KK BAG METE. .12771 Fisa ERM N $5"1 $219 CAMPBELL'S ... $1001IONOUT8TIRIU Steve Reagan Farms. Inc.,

WNMP'm et LB. MUSHROOMS ran. Patrick Welch Land Surveyor,
FRESH SEAFOOD e Patrick Welch Randy Jones

BASIS DKMTAL FRESH KING FRESH SWEETTHERMOMETER. 2 9. published Partnership periodically.activities Anyone will Interested be-
$499 STEAKS $299 POTATOES. uThanks In
'..'u. $4" SALMON FILLETS La SHARK La wanting further becoming information partner on the or

program, please Christy
Reddish at 9G4800. 1Z7.

for Shopping Winn-Dixie. Dial 911Emergency-_

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, Items '//II. . . . BBBBBBBBBBBI. . . .. .. . ,'., ;''' .
of Interest '
Check the
1 964-7353 Classifieds
i i'i'i' by Carolyn Eaves I: DOWNTOWN
acT Staff Writer I RICHARD'S SHOES
101 E. Call St. .
Girl & Boy Scouts :
Announce Starke, FL .
RoundupFor I ?

Scout Council the tenth and year the North Gateway Florida Girl 1 SEMINOLEHEADQUARTERS
Council of the Boy Scouts of America : < : GATOR BULLDOG
:= are conducting their fall membership -
recruitment, Roundup 1990.
I: Children who are not registered .
Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts Join i
: Scouting Thursday Sept. 7:30:
:: p.m. at area schools.
S Scouting provides opportunities

:: and to expand experiences their understanding that challenge of one the : g ADDITIONAL g : T-Shirts T-Shirt Pulls Shorts

: world. Through camping experiences -
scouts learn team work : u u Shirts Tiffany Lamps
:: an appreciation of the environInd B
: Through badge work they o 200l o B Umbrellas
: learn new.1dlIa and explore careers.
: Through troop experience scouts : N N B and Lots Lots More
: make friends and have fun. As the B

; scouts progress the program increases NEW MERCHANDISE
: to Include national and international .

:- responsibilities travel and community leadership ser- : SUIEHENDFALIPRMENTIRE : ARRIVING DAILY.

:: vice.The world our young people know : STORE Men"s and Ladies Shoes .# Nt'et..Ki t; 4le.rrB.1otiitk'f.: J'; fitj1
is full of choices good and bad. ,,... ., sjofnf t. .. 41. "
:: Scouting children.is a Experiences good choice for and our Summer Sale Racks and New Fall MerchandiseAll ,'N",:"'"<'4.1f.<

memories are good for a lifetime. our Basic Shoes and Boots Dress Casual Work : ; e.en ga'J ut .. 11"11 i.lUlV.l.tJ eS'jH; .
Girl Scouting is for girls In grades :;ift-ri'i.p.Y ,. "Nt ;'h.0//> < .R'.t\ ; .g.J..h<{;; : kindergarten through 12. Boy Brand Name Shoes Including SAS Products LA Gear Nike : -r'fnJ..r1j. :'f; !;,rJ. ., ; J4hHt t. .\&.>.f+j-.
Scouting is for boys in grades 1-12.
Keds Jubilee G-Wiz Charm Step Acme Dingo .

Cadettes Older girls(grades are 7-9)Invited and to Seniors attend : Georgia Laredo Wolverine and others! : MITCHELL'S' DRUG STORE
(10-12). These levels are not pro-
moted through Roundup but are II
by contacting 964-7810 Starke
127 E. Call Street'
visor Judy Dukes at 964-7972 and BFDBBBBBBBnilBBBB ,
Cadette Leader Carolyn Eaves at
Seniors meet Tuesday from 5:30: to
6:30. &&5a&saa&
Cadettes will meet Monday Sept. !} -
24,3:30 to S p.m. at the First unitedMethodist

Leaders are busy planning programs Hwy 301 So. Starke 964-4809 :'.Z. ?. .tacf -.
and preparing for the scout (Next Door to Gator II Farm Supply) t
year. All levels have openings for
leadership, if Interested contact
Neighborhood Chairman Mary to School'BaraainsMen's .
Looney be provided.at 9646127. Local trainingwill : ( .

Bradford SheriffTo .
Host Gun SafetyThe Short Steeve taffies JrtSfe"Vt

Bradford County Sheriff's
Department will hold a class Thurs-
day Sept.13,from 6 to 7 p.m.on Gun 35%
Familiarization the Bradford County and Gun Courthouse Safety,at in offBelts 35% Off"I

the will County be class offered to Commission learn at a how later to time Room.A use when.a gun a .. .............. .. ... 20% Off_ : Get to the heart of the matter.

pistol range that Is open to the public ,

b The located.Gun Familiarization class Is 1Lawt- l. Mastercard Visas Mon-Sat.Open 9-6 Come to, CountpownJJS4Is : 'r V
limited to 25 people. It will be on a, ;! .' .,. ;; :ff/tO: : OOOi i3
first come first serve basis accor- I 4% U J II tugob lid 01 b-tio>,.ii
ding to Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.If I

please you call are interested the sheriff's in attending office at, your heart strong as an ox? member of Voluntary Hospitals of

964-6280 11. If needed, ext. 280 another by Tuesday class will Sept.be Or does it need tender loving America Inc. We're a nationwide

: held at a later date. LAKE AREA care? Find out at CountDown. group of not-for-profit hospitals

: Library Stocks Up PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc. USA: The National :=. that includes some
On Holiday Heart Check on ._ of the best names in

: Bazaar Ideas Wednesday, September health care.
: Blue ribbon bazaar crafts as wellas '
Christmas ideas to decorate your 12, at Bradford CountD, wnUSA. Last year more
home can be found on the New Book _--oo_ than
Shelf at the Bradford County Public Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Hospital. 300,000 peopleparticipated
Library. & We'll check your blood pressure. m CountDown USA.
Christmas With Southern Living- Speech Pathology
: 1990 contains hundreds of savory Your cholesterol level. And other This year, we'd like to help more.

holiday Book recipes.four in the Leisure Arts Medicare. Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted factors that affect heart health. You may be at risk and not know

series tains ,over The Spirit 150 pages of Christmas for creative con- Karen Lord M.A. CCC/SP When you get your results, we'll' it. This is your chance to find out.Bradford .

Christmas sharing. Peggy Ploatner O.T.R. tell you what they mean. Whether

by Christmas Oxmoor House Is Coining, reflects published the true i Laura Hodges. P.T. I you need to make changes in your Wednesday[ September Hospital I 12

,,Southern Homespun style projects of celebation.for the entire Beth Bigelow P.T.j RN. A.T.C. I lifestyle, or follow up with a visit 9'a.tn. ;I p.m. B $5i

family can be found in Holiday S.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N..Temple Ave. to your doctor.CountDown. .
Touches for the County Home. Melrose. Florida 32666 Starke. Florida 32091 .
Drop by the Libary at 105 E, USA is brought to' BAADFORDHosPlTAt. .
Jackson St. in Starke or visit the 475-3113 964-2208 Bradford '
by Hospital as a
Bookmobile at your neighborhoodstop you AN JwnuAn 0*SANTAA HuuttCAMFlorida
to select your treasury of heartwarming
Christmas ideas. Hours by Appointment Physician Referral

FHP Troopers -' ... ... '- "

Continue License, I ., Federal ,'
Vehicle Inspections

Bradford Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will

vehicle i ie pecttonnicChhreckpainnta: durIng and- GREAT DEPOSIT RATES
the week of Sept.7 through Sept.
13 on SR-21, SR-l00. SR-230> 94*-J.O>
SR-16 CR-1S CRoUtR.21B,
CR-229 CRI25j.CRm., CR-231
CR-227.CR-231,\,; -230 and CR100Ain '
Recognizing Bradford County.the danger presentedto 6 MONTH CD. LIQUIDITY PLUS 12' MONTH CD

the public by defective vehicle $500 Minimum To Open MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT .$500 Minimum To Open
equipment, Troopers will concen- ,
trate their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as bad
brakes worn tires and defective .
lighting equipment. In addition attention 8.000/0 7.5Q 7.250/0 ::8.1000Annual
will be directed: to driven
who would violate the driver license

laws The of Patrol Florida.has found these check- Yield* Annual Yield Annual Rate .,..":, Ann Yield*
points to be an effective means of enforcing $75,000 or more $75,000 or more : ;:
the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insurIng DEPOSIT ANNUAL ANNUAL ,

Union the protection CountyThe of all motorists. 7.720 I O AMOUNT Y1ELD RATE '.. 7.810Yc 0

% l0.
Florida Highway Patrol will $50.0007.25. 7.02 .
be conducting driver license and \ .
\ vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- Annual Annual
ing the week of Sept.7 through Sept Rate s49; "Zoo 618' .' Rate
13ln SR400,SR-lil,SR-ttl, SR-M1, '.
CR-237, CI&3, .. .
SR23I.118. Rotn an tut/tcl to Chang* R.t.larowbj cttothwpodat Aboa.raf wsnpardonAupuM74,99qbr.d 1heMRtctl+arrNda danllllwVslcomp und dmonlh/fl.
CR-123. CR-231A CR-MA and CR- Substantial pmalty lor tarty wlthdmnl/ front CDs. F dymor/n9.v."Q. 'tM hd.pl :=For ma.-M/brmatlon and Wrf s/wwn ttiwrimprtocteol and M rntrtmain on deport lor on*ytor.Florida :
796A In Union County. :'to th..mMut rat.,cayor v/t/t/ yourla& office.

Safety Road Checks -w.0-.

Set For Hampton Area Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke
Hampton Chief of Police will b* 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W. Madison. Street
conducting vehicle I safety Inspections ; 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000 .
along with driver license during FDIC' Federal I
Ocala .
the month September: on I r Gainesville/University Keystone Heights
CR-18.CR-2J1 and CR-325. INSURED 3501W.University Ave. Lawrence Blvd.& 3033 S.W.College Rd.
Chief John Hodges feels these 373-8482:o Sylvan Way 237-7204
checkpoints will be an effective- 473-4952 Savings' ,*
means of enforcW the equipmentand
driver Ucens% laws of Florida
4':' .white Insuring the protection. of all I

motorists. .. .
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I I I 1September ,


When police arrived at the scene Sheriff Says, Dana Whittaker. Carlton W. Faulk& Teena N. Robert r. Thufijird & Hn,ly-i'"
News Briefs Vivian Delores Burch 39 came at Driver of the Ford, Fred Irvin Faulk. Thagard.
,the officers with a knife, according Ford Tested NegativeAn Johns 53 of Melrose was not treated Dudley Hardy & Nona Hardy. James D. Blanton & Kh-iui:' ';
to Patrolmen W. S. Allen and Wayne article In the Bradford County for Injulres. Damage to the vehicle Shell Mullins & Davey MuUins. Blanton.
by Carolyn Ev. Wilkinson. Burch dropped the knife Telegraph August 30, regarding was! $4,000.The Martin Ricks & Kathleen Ricks. James B. Right&Shelby J. Ki (ht.
BeT Stall WriterLawtey after Allen drew his service revolverbut Carlos Ford, stated "The test In- horse and a dog died from Injuries Daniel Duffy& Dawn Marie Duf Raymond C. Sheese & TammaraL.
continued to attack John Burch. dicated that, Ford, incarcerated in In the accident. Jones was fy- Sheese.
Man During the arrest Burch kicked the the Bradford County Jail since his charged with violation of right-a f 'nice Ni *nk *inhnnie Nichols. John P. Tomlinson& Rhonda K
officers and during booking procedure arrest last November, had used way,-sald Trooper Horler. Tomlinson.
Fights ArrestA she spit on them, said Allen marijuana recently." Jeffrey Shafer& Deana Schafer. George G. Harper & Tracy K
Betty Potter& .
Divorces GrantedIn Ralph Potter. Harper.Winning
22-year-old Lawtey man stopped and Wilkinson. According to Sheriff Kenneth
the second time in two days for driv Burch was charged with five Etheridge, this is an inaccurate Bradford CountyThe ...
ing while license suspended refused counts battery of a law enforcement statement. Ford's test results
to be arrested Monday. officer, aggravated assault on a law August 15 indicated negative on following marriages were
Reginald Lee was seen driving a enforcement officer, aggravated everything tested for, said dissolved during the month of
vehicle criminal mischiefthreatemng Etheridge. August In Bradford County Specials
Sept.3, according to Captain battery, andresisting
Ray Shutord who the vehi- a public servent
cle at the Handy Way stopped In Lawtey.Lee arrest with violence, said Rider's Condition Good Lawrence Gray Saucer & Lori Corbett's Tire
Lynn Saucer.
refused arrest and started to drive Allen. Horse Dog Are DeadA
She remains In custody of the William J. Reed& Nicole Reed.
away with Shuford hanging onto the midnight accident
on Steven E. Cornwall& Christine D. Prices will
door handle. When Lee would not c ser* an 18-year-old Starke resident Cornwall. go up
stop his vehicle, Shuford into Hampton Man to
jumped Charged a Jacksonville Trauma Center. Robert Porter Burkins, Jr. &
the car to keep from getting run With Public DrinkingA Julie Jones, 18, is listed in good Wilma Jean Burkins. soon due to oil price
After Lee to
over. repeatedly asking condition in University Medical Granville Bernard Johnson&Lisa
stop Shuford pulled his service Hampton man was arrested Center following the Sept. 3 accident Kathleen Johnson.
revo\ver\ at which time Lee stopped Sept 2 for sitting on the sidewalk at William J. Lewis aka Bill J. Lewis increases. Buy Now
the vehicle and was placed under ar-. the Handy Way with an open bottleof Jones, on horseback, was struck &Lorle C. Lewis aka Lorle C.Henry.
rest. The Juveniles, passengers in wine., ,J as she attempted to cross SR-100 Melvin E. Middleton & IdeUa
the car,fled from the car,according Howard Robert Waldron, 53, was near Griff Loop at 12:20 a.m., in Delon Middleton. & Save!
to Captain Shuford. charged with trespass after warningand the path of a 1986 Ford, according to Charles Buron Belcher & Cheryl
Lee had been stopped Sept. 1 for open container, according to Trooper J. H. Horler.Jones suffereda Ann Belcher
DWLS by Shuford who wrote him a Chief. John Hodges. fractured leg according to Hobert S. Keaton & Rose S. ROTATE
citation and told him he would arrest Waldron was released after a $750 Paramedic Burl Traylor and EMT Ken.n.ti. BRAKE SERVICE & BALANCE
him if he saw him again. surety bond was posted.
Lee was charged with DwLS at- Replace pads or shoes: TIRES
tached tag not assigned to vehlcle. resurface drums or rotors; I549S
resisting arrest with violence aggravated pack bearings; bleed & ;
assault on a law enforcement road-test most American $16
&trucks. Metallic parts extra Front or
officer with a vehicle. He was
when Rear
released to Clay County authorities
where he is also wanted.on a chargeof NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE 8PECIALI Mnnf Cam*MiiM Tmrlcj

Jacksonville DWLS. Man 9049647881SPECIAL: FRONT END

Charged With DUI Includes set caster camber
toe In to mfrs. specs. ALIGNMENTif
A 20-year-old Jacksonville man suspension &steering
faces multiple charges after being For most American cars.
found lying In the roadway on Sampson Jeans iLi Front wheel drive and
Trestle Road. Wrangler vehicles extra. Parts extra. tires:
Sept. 2 while on security check of
.Sampson Lake boat ramps Deputy TRUCK TIRES USR
Michael Paris called Rescue when i
Regular Denim GRAN PRIX RVS*
he found a man lying In the roadway
with a motorcycle overturned by Many Colors o 31X1O.5O 15LT $71.OO MOUNTED AND
him surrounded by beer cans. According
to emergency personnel Stone Washed 31X11.50 15 LT 78.00 EXTRA CIIARGE

following their examination the Acid WashedWRANGLER FROM 33X12.50 15 $90.00
man was not III.
Joseph Mandel Hilliard after giv-
ing another name was arrested for RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED

obstructing by a disguised person WESTERN SHIRTS P1558OR13P178SOR13 38.00 32.00
resisting arrest without violence, $
38.00 33.00
resisting arrest with violence, bat
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beverage by person under 21, ff P205-7 R14 47.00 40.00
careless driving driving under influence 1590 P21 -7 Rl l.oo 42.00
driving while license FROM P235-75R15 $53)00) $4e.ooAir
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percent.Bond. : ;.Service Special "S' 4ft<;
was set at$2,500,he remainsin EARLY BIRD SPECIALFall L 1. rg; n
custody. Value 5,000 Sq. Ft.

Woman ChargedIn Shotgun Shells LAWN CORBRTT'S

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. Deputies Solve Recent Burglariesby I THANK YOU

Carolyn Staff Writer EaviCT Also recovered are items stolen A search warrant- was executed FOR YOUR ;
from vehicles parked at Davis Aug. 29 at 1415 S. Walnut St. where
The recent burglaries of local Trucking, including portable TV's, tools CB radios and other propertywas
businesses and vehicles were solved tools and radios. hound in the residence and in the i
with the arrest of four male subjects woods behind the property, said VOTE
last week. <
Aderholt. Stolen property was
Lonnie May and Tommy May, Lonnie May was charged with recovered in Alachua, Duval and
brothers, and two juvenilec were multiple counts of grand theft, Bradford where it had been sold. fi
charged with the burglaries of Davis burry of conveyance and dealing Confiscated were vehicles used by
Trucking and Container Corp., according property,said Aderholt.He the subjects in the burglaries,a two- OF
to Lt. David Aderholt and remains In the custody of the county tone grey pickup truck, a grey Ford
Deputy Danny Thrift.From Aug.24- Jail with additional charged pending LTD (four-door) and a black two-
29 aluminum rims, parts, tires and including contributing to the delin- door LTD.Several.
other aluminum items were taken quency of a minor. Tommy May t. 'L AIn
from Davis Trucking, about 90 pe- faces the same charges but is in items of property have not CONFIDENCE T
cent of the property has been custody of the Clay CoUnty Jail.The been Identified by owners, If you are ..
recovered said Aderholt.All but two Juveniles, ages 18 and 17, were contact Lt.
tires stolen from Container have released to their parents, they face missing Aderholt property at the Sheriff's please orflce. '
the First Let's Make
been recovered. grand theft charges. Primary...

News Briefs .percent.! He was released after a officer, according to Lt. W. H.
by Carolyn Eaves $500 surety bond was posted. Barber.He was released after a$525 JOHN ANDERSONYour
OCT Staff Writer surety bond was posted.
William Richard Bizzard. 22, of
Alachua County was arrested Sept.2 Stolen VehicleIn
Recent ArrestsIn for driving while license suspended
Bradford CountyThe (DWLS), according to Patrolman Gainesville County Commissioner for District 4 in the
Robert Lyons. Bizzard was also Recovered In StarkeA
following arrests were made charged on a warrant from St.Johns Second Primary October 2 1990
by local authorities in Bradford County for alcoholic beverage on a vehicle stopped In Starke for an ,
improper tag turned out to be a vehicle
County. county beach.He was released after
stolen in accordingto
Walter Lee Henderson, 33, of surety posted.bonds totalling $315.25 were authorities. e'.S 1>>; .< ', ,."'",' ]: ,';' P:;i<:?>,v,,vf't. !,dt;};;,-,,,:,,;-''"s "j''r! gc' 'WiJ} >
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 31 at Driver of the vehicle, David : >: "\f't() FitStfPtir: :' i{ it t1; '
Thompkins Liquors where he was Leon Cruger 40, was arrested Lenard Harris 28, and passenger pjurjnthccajtnpa > ui ; ( IprXp :)

causing wanting to problems fight, according with customers to Chief Sept.Patrolman 1 for Lyons.DUI,Cruger's according blood to Sept.Kathy 3 S.with Harris motor, 23 vehicle, were theft charged, ac- .f ii'a ::Wa' $ iinad :ur ru>ri ir>atyux; r r.a. noo l al r(c g} nraf' ty;'<,:tixo- <"'
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Deputy Pat Henry. Bond was his set at alcohol content was .13 percent. The cording vehicle to Patrolman had been reported Lyons.stolen .' |[ aiurewof our, county.I'rri':di cau.Q..tOOOQuuU1n: my4: t"t'i"l.,y
he released own
$250 was on Bond set at he ,
was $500 was released /
recognizance.James on his own recognizance. from Gainesville.The Taylor.,Cotton Ridley,Inc.in 3Z'[coltnjwigii:and becoming. your'County:c a t it ,Sl ,n. r.;> .
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Edward McLean, 43, of Harley Waldron, 58, of Hamptonwas surety Harrises bonds were were posted.released after .? With, ',your help, jjwjt iumVorR, ; er" 'r-iKf',)/,, ;*:+ :our; ',1,
Gainesville arrested Sept.2 on a c.NfGsx ;;
was arrested Sept.1 for failure to appear 's \ :"
capias for violation of probation,ac- for disorderly intoxication n, onImon goals'for thefutureh..ofotUri. t'7"ii.i'Ilfi
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cording to Deputy Joseph from Bradford Man ChargedIn & ft&h.< ? ? ', "\ 's, <- ,, .tei4t., - County and failure to + voW v., < ""' .' ; '
DeBergalis.Scott for DWLS, DUI, Attack i4'\Q. \ ,.f "'>. " 4i. Y'"U {q_?* 1.1ii i.>, appear Improper ),,. 't' -v: '!"
from Union ,
tag County according to
Brian Baker, 31, of Jackson- Chief John Hodges. Waldron re- Remains In CustodyA
ville was arrested Sept. 1 for mains in custody of the county jail. 33-year-old Starke man was ar-
trespass of a structure,according to rested after attacking a woman in'' A VOTE FOR ANDERSON IS FOR YOU TO HAVE A
Deputies DeBergalis and Henry. Walter Arthur Alvarez, 58, of her room.
Baker was arrested during a Palatka was arrested Sept. 2 for David Marion Morrison was VOTE ON THE COMMISSION.
domestic dispute, he was released DWLS, no valid driver license, ac- charged with aggravated battery,
after a$250 surety bond was posted. cording to Trooper Donald Dean.He attempted sexual, battery a law TO.KM.ADY Ml.FOB BY JOHN ANIffilUON CAMP.FUNDS,DEM.
was released after a $465.25 surety enforcement officer, corruption by
Traffic bond was pasted. threat against public servant,accor-
Robert Andrew Smith, 21, of. ding to Patrolman Robert Lyons.
Hampton was arrested Sept. 1 for Andrew DeWayne Thomas of The victim said Morrison broke Into
driving under Influence (DUD), according Raiford was arrested Sept. 1 for her room and tried to have sex with
to Deputy Michael Paris. wilful-wanton reckless driving and her.He remains in the custody of the
Smith's blood alcohol content was fleeing attempting to elude a police county jail.


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I DuPont's Starke Plant Awarded Environment Commendation 1 1I

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The E. I. duPont de Nemours &: years,Du P iiis efforts have included I TO I-

Company's plant east of Starke has both In-house experimentationand JL IE n AX
received the Florida Department of the use of services from the
Natural Resources first annual En- University of Florida and the Division The name Tennessee comes from Tanaslv,the name of a Cherokee village
I In the region.
vironmental Achievement Award. of Foresty to develop
The award was presented to Du Pont technology for effective reclama- ,
to recognize the Florida Plaant's tion. Today, Du Pont continues to
leadership and performance In land search for improved reclamation BradfordChiropractic
reclamation associated with its technology and plans to Implement a
heavy mineral mining operations. new wastewater treatment method ( CenterStarke
s"Du Jeremy A. Craft Director Divisionof at its new Maxvllle site that Is ex-
Resource Management pected to enhance the overall qualityof
presented the award to Plant reclaimed land. Office

Manager Donald V. Luebke at a lun- 218 S. Walnut St.
cheon held
Thursday at the Camp
blandiiut Officers Club. In presenting the award, Craft Nest to the Clumber of Commerce
I noted that"Du Pont has proven to bea 964-4957
conscientious land
DuPont has been mining heavy through Its early reclamation in- I \
minerals at its existing Trail Ridge itiatives, reclamation research and PAIN COOL ,
and Hind sites located near adoption$ of new technology. I'
early 1950's and has -Whether the technology was its own I Headaches
recently obtained necessary permits or that developed by others,Du Pont Neck 8e Arm ram- I
to extend its mining operations nor- has demonstrated willingness to I Mid Back ---- I
thward to a third site located near adopt whatever chno OiY- '"ie Low Back &.Leg. INJURIES
w Maxvllle.From the onset of Its early available to get the Job done 'I '
J 'i mining I activity and continuing wit resulting In Du Pont having the : Work Related
present day operations, Du Font's highest rate of reclamation of all ac- Sports
reclamation policy is a commitmentto tive mining companies Florida. y Personal
return mined land to Its originaluse The award luncheon was hosted by Auto Accidents
and condition. Du Pont to recognize Its many ,
employees and
contractors r
Although the State did not require in its reclamation activities. Invited CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN j

Pont plant manager Don Lubke received Florida's first En- reclamation until 1975, as early as guests included numerous local r ,
I jvironmentai" Achievement: Award from Jeremy A. Craft, director. of 1963, Du Pont began reclamation ttiiee officials from the coun THE TEAM APPROACH
DNRT Division of Resource Management. research and initiatives to support in which the Florida Plant conducts !
its policy and commitment.Over the its business. CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT .

I July Land Sales Total $1,726,200 .1 TPH$ Offld 964-4957 HOOTM- M...-Pet.- 24 8OOO HOUR y.m. S.,BEEPER.By Appointment

Property transactions in Bradford Donald G. and Lisa E. Kelly to north side SR-18 In NEy4 -of NWy4- Sr.lots 9 and 10 In SWy4 of NEVt sec
county month of totaled $1,726.200 being for the Bruce C. and Pamela M. McGuffy, section 30, T7S, R21E $27,000. tion 11,T7S, R21E, $16,000.
July the,42 sales recorded lot 3, Parkwood, City of Starke, Warren Stephenson to Marvin and Merritt H. and Carleen R.I I
during month. $47.800. Joann Godwin, lot 3, 1.97 acres in Williams to Merritt H. Williams Insurance I
the This compares with $1,128,100 for Glen E.: Lourcey and Charles E. NEy4 of NEy4, section 2,T8S, R22E, Agency,3.378 acres in NW V. p P
same month last year, and Lourcey to Raymond Joseph and $5,000. of SEV4 section 21,TOSs,R22E,west
$1,181,600. for the month of June this Raymond J. Jr. Avery, lots 19 and Clarence VanSyckel to L.J. Kite side of U.S. 301, 375000.

year.A 20, Woodlawn,section 31,T5S,R22E, .... .. ..
sale of the *
Store .
Huntley Jiffy on $37,000. --;'" ----?: -* "< 'Jr'- ; ;*-- ------------*- ''- -- --vvf-'
CR-21 between Keystone Heightsand L.J. Kite, Sr. to Clyde Renner Jr.,
Melrose added $235,100, and Waldo, lot 10, 1 acre in SW of NEV4 H&RBLOCK ,
Merritt H. Williams Insurance section 11 TVS, R21E, $12,000.Fredrickc .
Agency bought property on North and Gloria Mack to OFFERS INCOME TAX COURSEIN
Temple Ave. for $375,000.
Joseph Brewton and Jesse Green
I, The value of transactions are Brewton,3 acres west of RR In south STARKE
figured from the amount of east corner of SWV of NWV section

documentary taxes paid at the time 33, T6S, R22E;15000. Thousands of learn to the course teaches students SOLUTION
of recording the deed in the office of Michael R., Sr. and Bonnie Jean people
the Clerk of Courts at the cour- Massey,Duval County,to Ignacio B. prepare income tax returns how to save money on their
thouse.Only transactions of$1,000 or Santos, Juanito O. Cajupe and from II & R Block and then taxes and also prepares them

more Nina are B.considered.Andrews,DeKalb Co.,Ga. lots Ramon 34, 47 B.and Regaspi 48, Woodlawn, Jacksonville,section, earn money as income tax for a rewarding career.

to Robert A. and 'Margaret D. 32, TSS, R22E, $16,8800. preparers. II & ,R Block, the The affordable fee includes CULLICANBad
Brown t 2 parcels just off NW 65th Richard May to Fredrick O. and world's largest income tax textbooks and supplies.
I Ave., In SWV4 of NEV4 section 27, Wanda L. Chitty, ninth interest in Graduates receive Certificates
preparation service offers its
T5S, R21E, $14,000. lots ,
24 and 25, Woodlawn,section 13,
Betty H. Bass to Joseph L. Favre, T5S, R22E, $55,000. Income Tax Course starting of Achievement and
Jr.,Gainesville,lot 2,block 21,Ward Jack D. and Wilma J. McDaniel to September 11,1990. continuing education units

City $14,000. Lloyd E., Sr. and Janice M. Webb, Experienced instructors (CEU's). Qualified graduates
Harvey L. and Lillian V. Bess- II
parcel in SEtt of SWV, section 19, --
Inger to Sarah J. Fulgham, Hampton T7S, R22E, $12,000 teach tax law, theory, and of the course may be offered - - - - -I Ii
SVi of parcel: B% of NW/4 of'm'"-7 Meritt-H. Williams Insurance" application. Classroom job interviews with H&R Taste or Odor -

'. SWV sectioiUS T7SI! W fcj. AgencyMine.; to Merritt.H. and discussion ".ndpractice* Block but are under no i Colored water aoudy.,Hazy water,
Gerald Wright BishfJiJ> ffarleen B.. Williams,lot 18, block 2, Red or Back stains J I II
Garrard, 3.81 acres on of The Woods, $10,000. problems provide' students with obligation to accepta ,Corrosion of Plumbing
NW 26th Street, 6500. Julio C. and Janet S. Perez,. thorough understanding of employment. Those Interested I I II
William H. and Betty C. Boykin to Miami, to Gregory and Joanne L. in more Information about I At Culligan, we have I
each tax; topic Included in the an
A. Paul and Ruth M. Tillery, Riska, Jasper, lot 37, Seminole the technology, equipment, and I
Lakeland, lot 2 of Boykin Subdivision Ridge Unit 6, in section 12, TSS, course. Students learn how to H&R Block Income Tax capabilities to solve one,
, $6,700.Jessie R22E, $$7,000.Evelyln handle increasingly complex Course may contact the H&R or any combination of,
Green Brown and Joseph Perry to Donald O. and Income tax situations as the Block office In Bradford I water problems like these. I II
to Don Flanders and John
Brewton McCombs
Karyn Gainesville,
E. Curies Jr. parcel In EV4 of NWV4 parcel in SWV4 of NWV4 and parcel in course progresses. Square or call 9648286. I Call your CUlligan Man today for a I II

of SEV4, southeast of U.S. 301 in sec- NWy4 of NWy4, section 30, TVS, Ideal for people who want to I free water quality analysis.

tion 32, T6S, R22E, $34,000.J. R22E, $55,000.Barbara Increase their tax Pd.Advertisement
Brooks and Helen L. Brown, Renfro to James H. and knowledge,
Keystone Developers of Bradford Susan K.Groves,lot 8,Country Club 1180034290841d
County,Inc. to Steven G. and Joy L. Estates, $68,800.
Sapp, Keystone Heights, lot 51, Kerry G. and Sandy K. Rowell to OPEN HOUSE 7:00-8 p.m.
Keystone Oaks South, section 13, Harold C. and Cynthia S. Boat-
T8S, R22E, $3,000. wright, lot 6, block 3, The Woods, Tuesday, Sept. 11 c
Inez Brice and Maxwell'F. Car. $116,500. -
mean to Leo J. and Patricia A. Lawrence Schattle, Personal Registration and First Class Discussion, 8-9 p.m. I Experts-

Taber Lawtey, parcel in SEVi of Representative, sold to Johnson L- -= ::. :::="':::--===-=-=--oo.J; ;
NEV,section 13,T5S, R21E,$46,000. Reed and Wanda L.Jones,parcel on
Wanda and Fred Chitty to Gerald
and Murley Blankenship, 3.65 acres
In NEV4 of NWV., section 21, T6S, SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERSPowerGate

R21E, $17p1O.Velma .
P. Copeland to Kenneth E. IT11T1TIT11Iim1 System.a'Ill1UJ.I i WE'RE
and Gayle Murphy, NWV4 of SWV4
section 3, T7S R22E, $18,500. 1llll1 ((904)) 462-5495.3 Year Limited Warranty, i
William John, Jr. and Patricia m
Cowling to Robert Unworth Jenn-
ings, Keystone Heights, lot 10 blockD
Bedford Oaks, $4,000. ,. _
Donald E.and Brenda Dean Simp-
son to J.C. and Sarah Heaters, A A _
parcel on Sampson Lake, in SEVi of
NEV4 section 26,T6S, R21E, $40,000.W. D oubleOffe.ts
H. Gunter Personal Represen-
tative, to Edward G. and Dorothy J.
Lindsey, Gainesville, parcel in
NWV of SEV4 section 20,T7S, R21E, i-j.Mjb&y' '
4 8 4
$35 000. 4 -
C.W.and JoAnn Fallen to RichardL.
and Harriet V. McKinney I xa J a 0WM .

Melrose, a block located 30' north of '
blocks 2,3,4,and 5,Santa Fe Shores, '. INVOICE!
west of CR-21 $10,000. 1i'
Donald E.and Gloria A.Furrow to-, if:
Steve and Vicki Vincentz, West "Ij HP 32" Cut Electric Start Rider
Palm Beach N 733' of EV4 of NWtt
of NEV4 section 14, TBS, R21E, : yLP DEALER INVOICE 1295.96 wmiTOIMlv
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$69,000. ft
Charles A. Garrard to Jerry and + 9% 116.63
Judy Jarvis, Melrose, 3.81 acres .. feGftjReeMiniK I -I II
St in SEV4 of
north aide NW26th .
NEV4 section II, T6S, R22E, $10,500.: $1412.59
Blair D. Gatlin to Francis L and : YOU PAY

New Peggy Hampton B.Carroll Beach,Gainesville, $40,000.,lot 34., I teMalrao I : I II

Muriel Gilhooly to Arthur R.' "'I I I REGULAR RETAIL COST $1619.95 MO 58150
Alvarez, 1 acre In EV4 of SEV4, see
'tlon 8,T6S, R22E, $6,600. X50 cwu I I We have five new MiniI -
Ellis L. and Brenda W. Griffis to I -Qui I Makeovers that are fast, I II
Danny J.and Billle G.Batten,S 250' ,Country Autumn I make lookKMericNor
lots 26, 27, 28, Woodlawn, west of I Gift isy lira free with I grratThere'sthevouthful easy and you I OUR PRICES HAVE NEVER BEEN LOWER ... NO
section 16, TSS.: R22E,
road In
$65,000. I Cosmetic purchase..' I Effcctsmini-makeovcr, I REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED!
Robert Earl and Mercidease\, And Natural
to Barbara A. Renfr: I There are eyeshadows I the Quick I
Harden rifernbe |,
Keystone Heights, lot 28 and part of In Rosewood and Smoke the Eye Er iancing: mini- Buy ho ncr bclcofnevp reuiMtitiM
lot n,Geneva Lake Estates,$45,500'- I I ; I tt iWWV te sI
Jose Blue,plus Spicey Rose ISSSSESSSS
Carol Frame Harrington to ( itfbcki : s -
A. Madrid,lot 4, 3.85 acres In NWV l' lipstick, Luxiva Energizing i I I
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Richard E. and Kathleen. Jer-' .11,';::1 f I ,COSMETIC; I STUDIOS I I ,. .PEST'iIS
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two parcel' In SEV of NEV section, I I Thompson St. '' i IONTROLr
R22E. $25.000 : 964-7355 s '
Mark} T. and Cynthia D. Kunmay"
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"If you have soon an accident on the water Fri. & Sat., 8 am dl? Baby clothes misc. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS PHONE 964-7776 ,
slide at New Kingsley Beach pleasecall Items. Morgan Road near church. Look $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- I
Tricia or Bill at 1-800-3030." PALM MOBILE HOME: Furnished 2/2. 'for Signs. 7 6946 12ALUMINUM t. 205 N. Starke
1AUCTION CH/A. W/D. Skirting screeend In At Country Club.2nd Ave. 9 2pm. Satur NEWSPAPER ......'. Temple REALTOR
:202 Market Street New 8 unit porch carport, utility shed. New 25 yr. day. Household Items clothes etc. PLATES.Measures 24x36 Cecelia 1. tegar
Shopping Center. Call Judy Robertsat overroof. City water/sewer on Ig. SALE Inches.50 each. Great for patching .
Faulkner Realty 9645069CARSTRUCKSVANS fenced lotin Waldo.Immaculate((305)) BIG FRIDAY:Bathtub$5.00.Door. and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. HANDY MAN SPECIAL 3BR aBA CH/A carpet vinyl brick fireplace;opprox. -
882-0540) or 964-6727. 4 $500 household family clothing Call St Starke. 12 1450 tq. H. on 1 oc. The home I II In need of repair but would be great
1980GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55. CornerHwy 233(Morgan Rd.)&229A. FRESH CUT ALICIA HAY IN ROLL.Mulch return on your Investment.
2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump and 7 for landscaping. 7823140. tfnHANOI CLASSIC COUNTRY 1 1/2 story cedar/stone. 4 yr. old homo, fireplace
power pole Included. You move. 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE;658 W. Madison 12 CH/A carpet ,n., 2.3 BR, mud room, Ig. laundry rm, porches, 4 1/2 acc
83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: $5900. OBO. Call 782-3634. tin clothesall( sizes), toys bikes HOUSE PORTABLE buildings w/flsh pond. Many Extras Price reduced.
Loadod with extras. $5200
4PUBLIC scooters NintandoQameBoy, table storage buildings, garages green -WONDERFUL.QUIET COUNTRY HOME on 4 ACRES Immaculant 3/B home,
Please call 964-5647 after 6
p.m. NOTICE: North Florida Housinghas top air hockey workout machine,nice houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy
CH/A on a main hardroad priced to sell, this li In the country home you'vealways
the Global sales lot in lots of
1984 FORD VAN: Customized Interior purchased purses 7 301! South 964-8848 TFN
good tires 302 Cl,four captain chairs Lake City. All new homes In stock are FRI. & SAT. 9am til? Furniture' toys 1212X21 wanted..Coll today for more details.
sofa AC/AT. PS. PB. PI ndition to be sold at huge discounts. Some clothes much more. Turn left on Rd RENTAL HOME INVESTMENT! This 2BR 2BA, CH/A home li rented at the
$4750 OBO. 782"I way BELOW wholesale. First come 225(lawtey) approx. 1 mile. Look for CARPORT $990.NO DOWN I moment, and I II a great Investment. IN City Limits on City Utilities....Good
avail. PAYMENT.Handl House portable Buy..Reduced to Sell...
ATTENTION: Government sauced vehicles First serve, basic financing signs. 7
from $100. Fords Mercedes dealers welcomo. Call Ken 904-755- GARAGE SALE: Home Interiors scratch buildings Hwy 301 South Starke. 964- GORGEOUS BRICK HOME IN CITY LIMITS any type of financing offered
Corvettes Chevys Surplus Buyers 5207. a dent Lots of mi sc. Items.SaL,Sept 8848 TFN 12 for this home. 38R. 2BA brick w/CH/A Fantastic nelghorhood. kitchen
Guide. ((1)) 838-8865 Ext. A-17283 OWNER TRANSFEREDI Assume qualifying 8th. 8 6pm. 1103 Pratt SL LIQUOR LICENSE: 8-COP Good for equip, also comes w/washer a dryer. Must sell.. make an appointment today
from loan on 1990. 2BR.2BA 14 X 80 7GARAGE Package or Lounge. Call 964-5509. w/Sandra Ann., Debbie or Cecelia.NICI .
GOVERNMENT SEIZED Singlewlde, w/dishwasher fireplace SALE: Fri & Sat. Sept 7th & 12 MOBILE HOME LOTS. OWNER FINANCE Low..Low..down payment.
$100.00. Miata's Porches Corvettes&other, misc Mor- CH/A. 782-1219 or 782-3333. 8th. Baby bed.walker dinette table & GRAPES-U-Pick 50 cents per lb., John Fantastic neighborhood call today TOT an appointment...The. Lots won'tla.t
cedes.Jaguars Reddish. 964-6565. 12
4 chairs lamps night stand 2 end
long. HURRY.
confiscated property now being sold 4 BA for only 1979 Honda w/81 motor. $700. Radial
1991 BR 2 ,.w/lap siding tables tools tires dungrees pots a
LUXURIOUS W/Beautlful Home
LAW FRONT HOMEi Guest too. 3BR 2BA
to the general public. For buyers guide 19995. set-up & delivered loaded dishes silverware bedspreads arm saw$250. Band saw$100.9642300. -
pans CH/A 1,710 ft. Fantastic view of the lake from the elegant
call ((708)) 355-9802 Ext. 7585. Open Call today 9047521452.iJfAN'IMALSPETS. 12 sq.
sheets exercise bike &
7 days 8:00: am to 11.00: pm. 4HAPPY 1980 Ford Fairmont. 7 ml. South of TRAILER FOR SALE: 4 ft x 6 ft., aluminum glassed-in Florida Room you must.. this home to belelve all the Beauty
4-wheel $450. Call 473-9785. and quality.. Call today for more Info.
1980 TOYOTA drive good \ \ I Starke on Rd 100 on left 7 ,
condition $2100.00. Kawasake ATV '; 3 Family childrens Items, furniture tools 12 I I SPECIAL OF THI WEEKi Park-like setting, see this 3BR 2BA home on a
185 4-wheeler 40000. 964-7966 \'., "'M''lFOR'SA'tEJi & misc. 16W. to 54th Ave. 3rd houseon '75 Evenrude out-board motor. Ex. cond. beautiful' manicured acre, In the city limits, just walking distance from
after 5 pm. 2 left. Fri Sat. Sun 7 One owner. Less than 15 hrs. $300. anything your little heart d..lree..Thl. home has been drastically reduced to
'69 FORD BRONCO. Great for hunting. JACK FLEA GUARGL; metal GRIFFIS LOOP Look for signs. Blankets 964-8251 12 i .ell..NON-QUALIFYING MORTGAGE TOO..Call 964-7776
$1800.. Call after 5pm. 9645420IS patented device controls fleas In the bedspreads elec. fans and radios CB EQUIP.. Cobra base w/300 amp. w/ REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Spacious 4BR home, 1.800 sq. ft. w/plenty of
IT TRUE Jeeps 'for$44 through the U. home without Pesticides. Results lots of misc. 7 turner+3 mike&watt meter.$450. CB room to roam. Just seconds for the shopping areas, and grocery Itor...This
S. GOVT? Call for factsl) 504.649- c 'ht GATOR II FARM SUPPLY GARAGE SALE: Sat. 8 am til? In front of approx. 1 yr. old. Uke New. Scientific home Is a Great..Great Buy.
5745 Ext.S-9579. 2 KIST. 6 Roy's Grocery on Call St. 7 Atlanta satellite system good work- IMMACULATE ft NON-QUALIPYING MORTGAGE This elegant Spain-
Brindle hunting dogs. 9 mo.old,ready for 3 FAMILY Anitques. rod & reels household Ing cond., Must sell to move. $850. 'sh/Stucco home on 2 1/2 ac. of very well-kept lawn has 2,500 sq. ft.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTFOR training shots and wormed also 8 ,foods ext.cords books& much, Call aft. 6pm 964-6320 12 w/20/x40' Florida Room that has a 20' Stone fireplace. This out-ln-the country
wk. old puppies free to good home. much more. Fri & Sat 7-8th, from CLASSIC Fiber cookies for appetite con ham. Is just minutes from town..Call today for more details.
964-1332 after 7 468-2121 trol. Lowest Call 964-8813
8am til 6pm. 524 Walnut St price
-BE COOL IN THI POOL 3BR 21/2BA Brick home w/Jacuzzi LUXURY Masterbath
LEASE: 1,000 'ft and 2,000 sq. ft. 6 7Sat. between a 1 pm 12
sq. beautiful ceramic < quarry tile throughout the home, double car
301 South Southpoint Plaza. 964- ROTTWEILER PUPS. AKC ,3 males 2 9a. Bethel Church Rd. ((230A) Misc. BALDWIN Electronic Organ call week-
Immaculate neat Come take look and
females $200. ea. 782-3622 leave garage. corner acre, just as as a pin. a
8848 or 473-3627. TFN 3 Items.7GIGANTIC days after 5pm&weekends 964-8781.
see the beautiful pool and hot-tub..Country Club Area.
6 12
Yard Sale. 3
BATHING dipping grooming boarding. jewelry household items.family Sat, clothing 8 am til 3 TIERED oak&glass swivel coif oo table, -20 ACRES Has 2-4" Wells.septte tank, 3 acre fish pond and many

'' Dogs and Cats. By exp. professional. ? 11/2 miles south of Lawtey on 301 $100., Bissel steam carpet cleaner. extras..make offer today.
; :WANTED : Reasonable rates. Shaded countryarea. across'from Carradines LeatherShop. used 2 times. 1210 Bradfrod St. 964- -If ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW downpayment.HURRY .
964-9560.6 7 6137 or 964-9340 work ask for Mar this wont last long.
Pony For Sale. Call 964-5116 6 lon. 12 -4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOME approx. 3800 sq. ft. w/4 BR, 4 1/2 BA carpet
WILL BUY USED OR NONWORKINGVCRs PUPPIES 3/4 toy poodle 1/4 lhasa LAND* FOR SALE MINNIE Winnie Motor Home 1976 23' tile CH/A private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water
or TVs. Will pick up. Call 431- apsos. 1 'female 1 male. 11 weeks long sleeps 4, air conditioned self front..REDUCED.
1273 ask for Morris. 11 old. Born June 18th. wormed & 1st contained some repair needed. 2-1 ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared & mowed |lust
WANTED. Person with reel to reel experience shot. 1-496-2466 6REALESTATE' Phone Price
WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. 964-8550. $4,000. waiting for a beautiful new home.
964-4468. 11
2,3,4 & 5 on Breamwood Point. 12 ACRES Plated 24 Great for
Ap 10 PLUS IN CITY LIMITS out Into approx Lots,
WANTED TO BUY: Aluminum tin off of prox.9.3 Ac.870 ft on waterfront.Anyor SPADeluxe Hot Tub with Jacuzzi pump.
FHA Multi-Family Housing or just about any type of money making protect
chicken houses. Will remove. Large F.r.ARE ( i all Cost $2700. new. In excellent cond.
_. ''OU-r:< tots. ((305)) 882-0540) or 964- desire.
quantity wanted. Call 964-5901 or 6727.9MOTORCYCLES $1000. 964-4269 12 you
GORGEOUS CEDAR HOMES 3BR 3BA I 1/2 home In the Club.
((912)) 235-1610 collect (Waycross. story
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded FREEZER upright, Admiral 15 cu. ft. ,
Ga 11 B.auliluliondocoping on 2 large lots Call today for details.
tots, river access. $5950 each. No excellent cond. $150. 964-4269
money $71.41 month. Owner.
take care of'21/2 yr. old in my or your 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN JENNINGS Lightning youth starter bow 3,000 sq ft. Georgeous view of the lake from the 3rd level living room that
home. References required. Cat after 10 FOR SALE: 1986 Honda Nighthawk with with sights arrows end extras.$75.00. connects to a huge outside deck. 2 Acres with an entire sprinkler system.
6.00 964-2912. 11 helmet $350. Call 782-1532 any Call 964-8295 after 4.00; p.m. Looks like the Keystone golf course..Fantastic price.
time. 21 12 COUNTRY LIVING This splendid 3BR 2BA home w/large 20' x30' Family
room for the KIDS enloyment ft entertainment has 3 beautiful acres to run ft

i \ ..... play,,w/fenced back yard,2 Cqr garag.. /,. etriC door opener.t.Must Sell
Soon. :r1': ,

Wellsseptic tank 3 acre fish pond and many extras..make offer today.
e1. ACRES PLUS IN COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW downpayment.
HURRY this won't lost long.

-4 LEVEL LAKE FRONT HOME approx. 3800 sq. ft. w/4 BR, 4 1/2 BA, carpet
tile CH/A, private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water
2.1 ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared ft mowed just

/ REALTOR ANE S. USHER waiting for a beautiful new home. ,I
sows eta PLUS ACRES IN CITY LIMITS Plated out Into approx 24 Lots Great for i'
.r. Your Union County RealtorLake FHA Multi-Family Housing or |lust about any type of money making project I''

you desire. 'If'I
Butler--Lake City
I EQUALHOUS'r- IHEOOL _JSefflBS H fiEALK 496-2126 or 755-3500 GORGEOUS CEDAR HOME 3BR 3BA 1 1/2 story home In the Country Club.

Susan M. Faulkner.: GRi'.'CR8 f reawem B.aullful'ondlcoplng' on 2 large lots Call today for details.IN 1\\
COUNTRVi 3BR Concrete block home w/hardwood floors, CH/A.on 5 ''I
PRICE REDUCED..BRICK HOME..12 acres, fish pond fireplace. Must see this acres. Priced to sell.
ERA Faulkner Really Inc.Located lovely counryr home to really appreciate all the t.xtr.... Owner moving out of COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on Road 100 West. Fantastic Investment.Xall To- I
area.....motivated to sell NOW. for
Hwy.'3OI. :2 blocks South of C.R. 10O. 22lJ Lafayette St| OWNER WILL FINANCE One acre and Mobile Home with cathedral ceiling In day more details.AFTER

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NEW LISTING Beautiful Building lot, root-much clearing;; required. Close to' -1 ACRE. ACRES..3 ACRES..4ACRES..I 5 acres..6 acres. Owner will Cecelia Terwlllegar 964-7776 Sandra TerwilleRar 964-4211

Country Club. 123.140 \) finance..Suitable for Mobil. Home. Anne Terwlllegar Brown 473-7541
ACRES Nice p""Iur.land. 3BR House, barn cross fenced. 87-90 -APPROXIMATELY ".1 ACRESi with Mobil. Home, pond with bridge, woods,
POOL Can't beat this 4BR/2BA on 1 1/2 b.autolul..cr... 93.90 privacy fence and also boarded fence on road frontage Union County Call for

*$62,500CROSBY LAKE Beautiful lot Can b. subdivided. 2BR house, appointment to see .
CH/A. 113-90 el ACRE to 3 ACRESi For sale..Owner finance Owner will also finance septic

*ONLY $3B,500 Will buy this remodeled house. N.w CH/A Walk to shopp- tank and well if buyer quollfl.2 ...
Ing. 68-90 LOTS for sale across from Lake Butler Lake on SR 238. Owner will finance at

*IN TOWN Versatile 30 x 60 bldg. plus 4BR/1BA. Have business horn. com 10 percent for S yrs. to qualified buyer. A I a 1 a a a a a a a

bination. 122.12 \) '-2 BR BRICK HOMEI Block from Hospital, with extra large corner lot..CH/A
ACRE BEAUTIFUL LAND Build or put mobile home 121-90 plus oppl., Seller motivated :
LAWTEY 20 acres, v.ry unique house, 2 Story stocked fish pond workshop
born fenced 119.'I\) Realty, inc.
SALVAGE YARD Plus used car sales, 4 buildings on 91/2 acres, reported 496-2126 1-BOO-729.0736 755-S500
good Incom. 118-90 Your Union County Realtor..UI Don't Have It. I'll Find ItlLAVERN l

terms.* CALL STREET |lust behind Flynn's Dental office, 144 x 168 lot. Possible 116-90 : 964-4544

APPROX. 16 ACRES B.oullfulland. several pecan trees, stocked fish pond
301 S.
2 wells, storage building some fencing, This would make beautiful building H. OUTLAW Hwy. & .

site. 112-90 .. .. .. a Starke FL
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*FOREST HEIGHTS Building lot on paved street. $3500. 107-90

*75 x 100 LOT in Lakeside Hills, w/priviledge ot Georges Lake, $1695. 1U.90 Thinking of buying or

$7800.*3 LOTS each 75 x 200 on-paved road w/priv.to Georges Lake. All thr.109-90 lots OUTLAWl selling? Callus! ..i IIam 9 JLotAcreage vWlterfront

*BEAUTIFUL SAMPSON LAKE LOTi 100 x 720. 64-90 J Evenings 6V Weekends a JF3tms \v/CouuncrcIal' ,
*..17 ACRES: on NE 30 Avenue. 42-90
*3BR/1BA HOME CH/A and ((2)) 30 x 600 chicken houses and 8 acres of land. a SPACIOUS HOME 3BR/2BA CB Home, Family Room CH/A. Range Refrl
I This Is a working chicken farm. 56-90 Your Full Service Real Estate Office and Dishwasher Screened Porch,Garage, 1800 SF, Corner Lot $75,000.
*PRICI REDUCED 3BR/1BA on 4 acres W/2BR/1BA M.H. Good r.nlollncom., 81A THERESSA AREA A-Frome. CB 3BR/2BA CH/A. Stone Fireplace Family -

some owner flnanclnt lawtey area. 108-90 a Room Laundry.Room.10x16 Utility Bldg w/Woter & Elect 2.79 Acres. a
*GOOD STARTER HOME close to schools, 3BR/2BA home on Pratt St. Pricedto ;David- LD dgeMsA.CRA 7500000.
sell at 33900. 97-90 :. : B J 64-5370 i' GRAHAM: 4BR/38A Stucco Home Large Family Room w/Flreplace,
4 t *NICE 2BR/2BA HOME With Florida room, could easily be made Into a 3BR ;Florida SUte Certified; Luclll* C. Spry CH/A. Range' Refrl and Dishwasher Inground Swimming Pool. Large
Real Emte
I home. In city. By appointment only. 92-90 *> >Appraiser' !? M4-9420 Oak Trees, 3 Acres 59500.
033 550< ;
*OWNER NEEDS TO SELL DUE TO ILLNESS: 3BR/1BA M.H. on 2.45 ac., OR Charles-""'" Flynn. a NEW BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. Stove, Refrl Dishwasher CH/A SunDeck a
[ 26000. 53-90 2240 SF, Garage, Well 4 Septic 1 Acre. $84,500.00.

*KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 3BR/2BA 2 acre, 6 yr., near country club Price reduced SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Living Dining. Family
[ for quick sale. 89-90 r a Rooms, CH/A. 2310 SF, Porches 2.8 Acres 87000. i

PRICE REDUCED 4BR/house on 1 acre with 200' frontage on 301. Owner COUNTRY UVINOl 3 BR/2 BA Two-Story Home, Well S. Septic I Acre.

highly motivated/will finance. 100-90 a 40000. a
I BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOMEi 199 x 288 fully fenced corner lot, lowtey CH/A. LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1 BA Frame, Screened Porches,14 x 16 Utility Bldg
fireplace, city water, over 1700 sq. ft. Extras. 88-90 EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything CB. 1200 sq. ft. 3/1, CH/A. W.II. Septic Large Lot$24,900.
*NICE 2BR/IBA ham., separate laundry house, 2.5 oc., mostly cleared .*OWNER FARM HOUEi3/l. on 10 acres, only 55000. Add'I acerage avail. a GRAHAM ARIA 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde MH CH/A Stove a Refrl 2
great starter home 38-90 fiNANCING Crosby lake Canal D/W, CH/A.rge, ref $34,000. Acres, $40OOO.SOUTHEAST .

BEAUTIFUL 26 M, 1 VR OLD D/W M.H., 1 acre, CHI A, large covered carport **CONNERLY LEASE PURCHASE MR, 2BA Immed. occup.nlce; area. !34th STUBR/2BA 1977 SW Mobile Home w/Addillons.
covered front porch, assume mortgage refinance. or lease ESTATESBrlck 3/2 on 1 ocr., Immac.;cond.; landscaped yd. CH/A, Washer, Dryer Deep Freeze" 20x20 Work Shop Fish Pond 2 ,
purchase. 24-90 UWiGorgeous D/W. 3/2, CH/A All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCEDI | Acres, S25.9OO.

*74 ACRES with 3BR home In Lawtey on CR 125 Beautiful fenced pasture .CONVENIENT FENCED YARD 2 BR, 1 BA. In..pen.lv.llvlng. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY a

qualified*2 YR OLD buyer.D/W M.H. 1.5 acres, 3BR/2BA CH/A, assumable mortgage.35-90 for **63 BEST ACRES AREA Of Starke CLEARED. Brick FARM Over LAND.2000 Older sff. double MH 2 garage Wells.on 2 large lots WALNUT lease. STREET Two Buildings Suitable for Small Business. For Rent or.

BEAUTIFUL HIGH B DRY wooded building lots In country club area Owner *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage Lawtey area HWV :301 SOUTH: 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse Space
finance. 20.90-89-90 *W Swim. Wend cottage. Fum. Sandy beach. HWY :301 NORTH Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home SW Mobil.
*FOR RENT Beautiful D/W. M.H., 3BR/2BA Patio 1 1/2 acres, stocked catfish *NATIONALLY ACRESw/doublewlde. Close to Lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. a Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop 3 Septic Tanks 4 Wells, 3 Acres a
pond CH/A secluded off Bayless Hwy $450. per mo. By Appointment *NfW-BIAUTIFUl KNOWN 2 ELECTRONICS BUSINESS For Sale to Qualified Buyer. | EAST CALL STREET: Office Bldg. For Rent or Lease.
Story ever 3500 sq. ft. unfinished. U.S. 301 S. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*tRICK: J/liCH/A walk to shopping, quiet neighborhood. 40 ACRESi Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tracts, Near
Call One of Our Prqfessionally *IAWTEY ARIA Sooclou, older home. 3/2 Owner financed. B ACRES Frontage on Hwy 225.
*NON QUALIFYING: Assumable mtg. 3/1 in town. 34000. a HOME BlDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W, City Water t Sewage Owner
Trained SJqUTodaJJ..964tJ069Nter ; BEAUTIFUL STORY brick 6 cedar farm home. 4/2112 BA on 36 Acres. HOME UDO. LOTS Shady Oaks SID Brooker.. Financing. a

Hours Call These Realtor Associates: ':**FRAME LAWTBY IN Nice STARKSi City water and sewer, walk to everything. 10000. FOUR B-ACRE TRACTS Brooks Hwy. Frontage. Owner Financing
CB 3/1H, w/'rento'' eff. on 1 acre. a THREE J-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker Owner ,
Irene I/. F.ulkncr..9 4-S142 *FARM HOUSE a BARNS on J ac.Good area.Close to Storke. REDUCED EVENINGS Financing

e Darlene Godwin.....40823O3.Warren **I CRYSTAL STORY CEDAR LAKE 3600 sf., S SR. 3 BA. CH/A. 2 F.PI. rge.. refrlg.. D/w. Nice 4 | Wyne.Doul'. ...,,4-,," Bill Dodd -964.740"
.' HOMESITE:3 BR.CH/A. 1300 SF. 1 ac. REDUCED. d. t6o&.7",4. s
e. 'Wood, Ryder.9649O40e US Ml SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On 4.5 plus ac. Close, In I I Gnonn.944.4664.IA
Thorn (Tom) Gro".....:94-6780 We (nvJre Inquiries On Our Other Listings a s AM a a A A A A AA

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ROOM WITH AIR..I) utlli- .H. S-Needed In Cloy and Putnam DIEBOLD.CHOCOLATI-PIt Bull. Papara, KEYSTONE
Hot paid. From $37.60 up week Count)... Call Shlrlle 473-4836. ltpd9- good dlapoaltlon. Prov.n atud. $200 922 E. Brownlee St.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut sV: JAIL EMPLOYEES: 2 needed one female POSITIONS-Avoilebl.at N.w Ufa Acr.. aba 4730493. 3tchg8-30/9-13 Camp Standing Rd.
Starke 13 In front of Post OlficeOLIN'S and ono male. Only omlifioj 4752108. 1tchg9. VILLAGEAPARTMENTS' :' Starke. FL 32091
correctional officers need to hpply. CHURCH SECMCTARV-Part-tlm with'word FOR 964-7133
SUBDIVISION. MOBILE Homo 8d. Co Sheriff*Office, 064-6280.( procaailng aklllt. Send raeumaor RENT
tots for
rant, walor and sewer furnished lattar of Inquiry to Kayetona UMC, P.O.
cable tv available. 782-3333 DELI POSITION available.l Full a Part- Box 744, Kayaton Halghta, FL 32656. LAKI ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile homo. 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with
TFN 13 lime exp. pref. Call 533-2130 ask for 2tchg9-6-3 $143/$155 par m. nth. Lake Geneva Keystone Heights Florida laundry & large playground.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for Donne. TUft. thru Frl. between 7am KITCHEN HELP-Kltchon Assistant part' Rentals, 473-7566. 6mopd7-90-1-91
rent, Close to prison. Call 468-323-' NURSE: rm. 15' tlma, some doyllma hours ...naaxJod MOBILI HOMI-2BR or 3BR I45/$155 p.r FKEE electricity first month.
TFN 13 needed for beautiful new nurs- steady work. Apply at Park of the momth. Laka deceit laka Geneva I 'Kent 30% of your monthly Income
MOBILE HOMES ing home..Windsor Rantala' 473-7566. 6mopdto12-27 I If you quality.
FOR RENT Manor has Palm.,
: 2 and 3 open- Kayatona Halghta. 4734926ltchg96 I
$3.35 hr. hrs.
Ilyou earn 40
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 984- ings on all shifts. RN's$14.00 perhr. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mobllo homes for I per a
week & have 3
6115 or 468-1 323. TFN 13 LPN'$11.oOperhr. Call Mrs. Boyce. BANDS NiEDCD-ond bartandan. rant. On. thr. BR/2BA. One I your
1 & rent would be about $112 a month
2BR/2BA. Close .
MOBILE HOME FOR DON. 964-3363. 15 Call to ochoa, shopping
RENT: 1/2 Mile 4734270. at Cattl.mon'sLounge I
Apply or$3.73 day for days left In the
POSITION c.nt.r, lots of tr..., pcr
from central
City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN OPEN for counter/sales person. 4734270. 2tchg8-30-9-6 A/C and $260/Mo. I month. for move-In after the first.
13ACLF Some production work.must be haat curtains stove and ralrlgarator. I 'Qualified Singles/ Accepted.
home.24 hr.day care semi-private versitle to learn both positions. Apply Call 1904388.6109 altar 6 p.m. I 'Move-In cost can be as low aa
room' *downstairs apt.torrent Pleasant in person to New Method Cleaners NOTICE 2lpd8-30-9-6 Sorry No Pets I $10.00 lou Income
Valley Care Center 964-4548. 311 N. Temple Avenue. Starke.Only APT. ON SANTA FE-Lak. CH/A, 711 @ Sec. 8 IIo 13 Motivated Agressive Persons Need CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.aub- aq.ft.JBR C2I B. $350/mo I J2J f Rent for 3O%
3BR, 2BA.D/W, stove refrlg.CH/A.on M To Apply.... 15 milled to the Lake Region Monitor of- Call-473-2471 or 473-3772. 2tpd8-30/9-6 473-3682 1- of YtHtr Income
2 ao. lot. Between Lake Butler & flc. In writing and paid In advanca FURNISHED-22 ft. travel trailer with roof Equal HounlnK If You Qualify
Raiford' $275. un I... credit la already aatabllarxd air electric & water Included older .. .
mo. 496-1403 -
or 498- --
HOMES with this offlca.MONITOR .
2418. 13 FOR SALE tingle or couple. Nonsmoker prefer
ONE Mobile Home Lot for single or double STAFF CANNOT BE HELD red.. $175 first and lot months rent.
wide on Grltlls Loop. 9848816MOBILE FOR SALE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CB House. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 16612908. 2tpd8-3096 E-Z WHEELS
LR, DR, FR w/lireplace. Fenced yars CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER :30 FT. CAMPER-Singles preferred A/C.
HOME LOTS WITH CITY Bam w/elec. 964-5647. 16 THE TELEPHONE. cable, full bath, ref. Everything turn. 1320 N. Avenue Starke
WATER SEWER, CABLE TV 984- 5 AC.Ranchetta w/new custom bulll 3BR, Clatilllad daadllna I. 11:00: a.m. Tu..- except cooking got. $250/mo. Temple
7498 TFN 13 2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage fireplace day prior to Thursdays publication. $50/dep. 4732667. 4lchg830920SERVICES
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile $87,000.( Call Trevor Century Minimum charg la$3.50 for 13 word, C964778DBuy
from City. Furnished.. 468-1323 TFN 21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473- than 15 canto for each additional word.
13 4903. 16COUNTfY If bill. or. mailed out, thara will bee
3 BR. 2 BA,house In city double $3.00 billing charge.
garage CLUB
fenced $425. .month plus security Brick 4 yrs..doep ESTATES well,.fireplace 3BR/2BA.,split Mailing addr..., P.O. Box 1171 CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-We Train. Wat-
son Realty Corp. 473-4816 chgB/30 tfn Here Pay Here
533-2210 Kayatona Hla., FL 32656
daposjt. after 6pm. BR.Screened porch. 1986 sq. ft., 2 GENERAL HOME-Repalra, plumbing
3BR car garage, 99500., 1-384-1601 or roofing carpentry heat & air cond., -
2Ba. Doublewlde
Grilhs Mobile Home on 964-9746. 16 painting doors, locks, aewera & We Finance .
Loop. Unfurnished except for ATTENTION: government homes from drain. 473-2577. 2tpd!8.30.96.
stove & ret. Front& back decks and $1 CARS
(U-Repairl) Delinquent prop- BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICE:
First, last plus deposit. 964- erty. Repossessions. Call ((1) 602- Septic tank pumpouts at reasonable
8313 13 838-6885. Ext. QH-17283 Ifl7 TOYOTA-TERCEL. $2300., Call prices also drain lino repairs. Starke.
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY FOR SALE:3 BR, 1 1/2 BA den with fire 4734836. ltpd9-6 9648121. TFN 17 FOREMOST and 1PRIcE WISE
WATER. SEWER.CABLE TV. 2.BR. place screened frontporch large 1W DODCI RAM-100. 6cyl PI, PB AC. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR Sale
1 BATH. 964-7498 TFN 13 deck. Carpet Large. lot 9646499. Lowmllaoga. $5200. 197.Olds Om.ga DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF LiquorStores Prices
MOBILE HOME: For Rent or Sale. Take TFN 18 8 cyl, PS PB. AC$1300. Shall for a SWB. LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service lor combine to bring you Start
over$210.00 per month with$675.00 5 AC.Ranchette w/new custom bulll 3BR, 3 mos old coat new .$450. Sell lor all your foundation repairs. 473-7721. 906
down.Will work with serious inquiries. 2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage fire $175. 4730619. |tpd9.6TRAVELMASTERMInlmotor TFN LOWER PRICES
Lou. 964-8039 ext. 241 or evenings place 87000. Call Trevor Century ) homa, 17YARD
496-1506 13 21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473- I 1986-21ft modal.) Low ''mllaaga, on. SALES
4903.16ERSONALSERVICES owner original coat $2500. Now

HELP';WANTED: i $1tchg9-6 3.995. Ex.! Cond. Call 4737906. GEORGE'S Road off N GARAGE 21. Frl and.aale.Sat End Itpd9.6 Payne IN' HOUSE ,SPECIALS THIS:WEEK->{ : .,

SAT. SEPT B-8 a.m., Assorted household "-
ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI Start Itema. tools, .t. 241, SW Garden St. 1.75 CANADIAN LORD CALVERT "v ,12.99: ,'
$11.41/hrl For Info CHAIN LINK FENCE FOR SALE 750 "
application call : Installed Free es- 1lchg9-6 SEAGRAMS VO ; :? 8.99
((1))602-833-8885 Ext. M-3493,6 am timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., due BIG YARD SALE-Soturday, Sept 8, 9.5 LTR : '
110pm, 7 days.' 15 owner Tommy Reddish 8648559.ALTERATIONS SATELLITI SVSTEM-rapoaaaaaad 10dlvorc. 5445 Jenkins Loop, Oak Forrest area CANADIAN HUNTER 7,99
"ATTENTION: EASY WORK EXCEL- TFN 17 down... Still under warranty. Nothing off 315C. Follow tlgnt. 1tpd9-6 LTR BACARDI SILVER RUM ','. 9.49
$39/mo. 12721031.
LENT PAYI! Assemble products at : zippers hems buttonholes : 750, E & J BRANDY r;. ..' / 7.49
4tchg96.27SATELiTE A
home. ,
patches.eto. off
Details((1))602-838-8885 Ext Drop and pick "
W1728315 up. 7 days a woek.7am-8pm,964- SYSTEM-llka n.w 6 mo. old 750 SMIRNOFF VODKA 80 *. '--d' 6.99

DEMONSTRATOR, well dressed WANTED Individual: Dependable to do- 5587.Southslde Pinehurst Elem.Variety Hwy 100 across-TFNWANT from with$49/mo.acramblar.1-272-1018 4tchg9/6-27 Nothing down. Dally from 750 ABSOLUT VODKA 80 ,: Y:<, :11.99

demonstatlng In stores In 17 SEARS LIFESTVLI-RowIng machine $50. Keyatone Height to NAS JAX. Leave
TO ProTrac Treadmill $60. 4733666. Keystone 6 a.m. Leave NAS at 4 p.m.
Starka and surrounding areas. Call DRINK,THAT'S YOUR BUSI-
904-944-9794 15 NESSI! WANT TO STOP? THAT'S 2tchg8-30-9-6 Call 4734470. 2 t pd 8/23.30
ATTENTION: Earn money'watching TVI OURSI) Alcoholics Anonymous 964- 17 CU.FT.-Uprlght Fraaiar-froat fr.., NURSE-Companion to aged or Invalid.In 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
$32,000/yr. Income potential. Details. 3619,964-4150,964-8614. 17 .>c. cond., brown $80. 475-3306 .v. your home. Young man with certifi
(1)) 602-838-8885 Ext. TV-17283 DIVORCES,$95-$150; WILLS,$35-$50: ltchg9-6 cate. Good cook, 964-9560(
ATTENTION:Earn money typing athomel DEEDS. $20. MANY MORE SERV- POSITION WANTED 2309 N. Temple Ave. e 1 Mile N. of Starke
32,000/yr Income potential.- Details ICES AVAILABLE.Call Bradford Secretarial HOMES FOR SALE YOUNG MAN desires work. Has drivers 19049647771OPEN
((1)) 838-8885 Ext f-3493.15 Services Inc., 964-2700. tfn licenseAny type work OK Has expe-
ATTENTION:Earn money reading books! 17 CATORBONI LAKI COTTAGE 9ocr. rience with animals supermarket SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
home. Good cook & house-
BABYSITTING In home Infants .. nursing
$32.00Olyr.lncome potential. Details. my : to : 69000. 698-4348
((1)) 838-8885 Ext. Bk 17283.. .. school age 2 hot meals w/snacks. 3tpd8/30-9/o-13 keeper. 9849560Classifi.ed
..HOSPITAL. JOB:$80/hr''your, areaJNo- Weekdays' Barn to 6 pm:Have tram-' RAY PARRISH BAND
r. police, 4wlna-ot-.lonoed.livyard...
For Info call 1-900-
'exp 228-9399 necessary.ext 1799 68m-8pm days. HANDY 964-6341 ask for Debby. 17 Ads Get ResultsHelp Playing WedFri.-Sat-Sun.
$12.95 phone fee. 15 : Bargain Rates. Painting
BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976. Plumbing.Electrical Decks Additions Wednesday's Ladies NightBar
Attorney Instructed Home Study,Fin. Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local .
Aid Free Catalog. SCI 1-800-669- references. Woody 964-5405 WantedPOSITIONADMINISTRATIVE & Call Drinks & Beer FREE
2555. 15 before 7 a.m. or after 6 p.m. for best
The City of Starke has an opening for the results. TFN 17 SECRETARYTo
position of Laborer In the Street De STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE

partment.Minimum requirements are SALES AND SERVICE: All makes provide clerical fiscal and public relations duties In a high paced service
graduation from an approved high and models cleaned oiled and adjusted organization.Dulles will Include: typing phone,light bookkeeping and dealing
school or G.E.D. and must hold a $15. New and used sewing with the public.We're looking for an energetic organized people person who
current valid State of Florida Chauffeurs machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan wants to expand her career. Qualifications: two years In the field somefrolnlngexperfenceln '
License.Applications will be received Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 fiscal management college a plus. .r r rU' ( ,
until 5:00: PM Friday September MOBILE HOME REPAIRS Interior & We provide:excellent salary 4 weeks vocation,retirement and free medical/life ,
7, 1990.Apply at the Clly Hall,City Exterior. Windows, doors, floors Insurance. ,
of Starke Personnel Office 209 N. counters painting, roof coating, skirt- Send Resume To: Bob Loaner Executive Director SunshlnelndUltrfe, $99 DOWN $35 PER WEEK
Starke. Fla. Free Estimates. RomemberYoupay
Thomson Street. ing.
P.O. Box 509
after the work is done-not before. '80 Chevette
MATURE PERSON for part-time office Starke.FL 32091: Chevy $695
work.Apply in person. Fantasy Wood Call 964-8961. 17 964-7699 4 Cyl.4 Sp Trans. 3538
Lawtey. 15 WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: repair, all makes and models. Ufe- '78 Chev. Monte Carlo
Openings available In several areas long resident with many years experi- Wanted VS. AT.PS.PB. AC #3526 $695
will train. For Info call: 708-742- ence. Call Collier at 964-6529. Help
8820 est. 362 15 17QUALITY POSITION JOB COACHTo '67 Ford F-1OO P/U
Little Ceasars Is now accepting applica- SEWING with an eye for perfection V8 LWD. Stan. Trans. #3462 $995
tions for daytime and nighttime Assistant Full service for all your cloth
Managers. Apply at 207.S. Orange ing needs. Call 964-4757. If no answer provide on the Job training to handicapped adults working In I "78 Chev. S/W
St Starke. Fl. 15BUSINESS leave message for Carol. various Jobs In the community.Applicant: Desire highly motivated, V8. AT.PS.PB.AC # f4ala
quick learner with ability to train mentally handicapped adults In job I
WASHING: Houses, sidewalks -
OPPORTUNITIES"ATTENTION driveways trailers roofs and skills. College and human service experience and/or 2 years In $199 $40 j

roof repairs.' Call G64-634I. Terry vocational, developmental services or Industry preferred. Salary '81 Chevy Malibu
: POSTAL JOBSI Start Parks. TFN 17 $1995
based .
to 650.00 Bi-weekly on qualifications.Send
V6.AT.PS.PB.Ae #3521
$11.41/hr.Forapplication Info oallI) Mobile Home ROOF COATING. Special __
602-838-8885 Ext. M-17Z83 6am $78.95.#1 "Kool Seal"white or aluminum Resume to: Bob Larimer. Executive Director Sunshine '
10pm. 7 days.' 20 applied to your Single Wlda-any Industries. P.O. Box 509 Starke, FL 32091. 964-7699 83 Ford Escort S/W $1895
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Be your own size. Call now 96489617 J 4 cyl. AT PS PB AC # 3502 __
boss. Become a
dealer. Investment secured by model. SERVICES: Quality work at lowest laYa'1iYiYr PaYa'1ryi. a fiYaY.'faYa f..1s 1aY.faY.YaYY.YaY. Ya.sYa '..a'1JIz y, '79 Olds Delta 88 $2295
Unlimited Income potential. Dealership prices.Allworkguaranteed.964-3412. V8AT.PS available in your area. Call lor TFN 17
Information. (813) 678-9390 78 Ply. Volare $2195

6 Cyl. AT. PS.PB. AC #3481
David Lawson Paint & Body Shop TREE AND STUMP
,$299 DOWN k-:>: a $40 PER WEEK

Insurance Collision Work FREE Estimates REMOVAL ; '

. . . . . 81 Toyota Corolla $2495

L CR229 N.W.: 28th St. '.Starke. 964-6133 : '. .'fbitC11Siil'&': [li stiiid,, ) '4 84 Cyl.AT.Chevy PS.PB.AC Cavalier#3502 $2695

4 .AC #3534 _
964-9300 !
r : '84 Merc. Topaz
Rt'S'fA'L"EC t
!\ 4 Cyl.AT.PS.PB.AC #3489
f. 'N. [
} "
-. ;Fill i Dirt.. Top .Soil. :' '84 Pontiac 6000 $2995

Large or Small Loads of Llmerock' :-, A heat pump : V6ATPSPB.AC #3453 '

Tractor Work Backhoe' Bulldozer F A iili $499 DOWN : ',:, ;- $40 PER WEEK

9646182.:%: 823%: : ;964:6095': 4- anyone will feel on. V8AT.PS'cPB.AC 83 Olds Cutlass#3523 $3495

'85 Dodge Aries S/W $3695
comfortablewith $ Pl1111O- 4 Cyl.AT.PS.PB.AC.03514
!. : '
82 Toyota
864 N.Temple Ave., Starke / ..t:.,,__i' 4 Cyl.AT.PSPB.AC #3SI2J3495
Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 .f ;'" -'
: 84 Pont. Grand Prix: 2995

Well Drilling ...... 6 Cyl. AT.PS.PB.AC #3436
'- IluJtlla1'rllleILUOOlallt pomp.

Residential & Irrigation1'timp' Ir.boundtopresdeslongLeonfecbn(of comfort lkaWIC the XI_; .' TRUCK-SALE..82; \ i': ..
!Fer' 1200 VfcaUurtna heat pump Is lacked: by in exclusive manur.cturer'e 10 yew
I t United wunnty on both the comprtMor and coll. plus 2 years on part. And
i J OK unlf apex high' efficiency help reduce your energy: usage.D yew lor*. V6.AT.PS.PB.AC 2495
', CaD today for more deUita oo the XL 1200 heat pump. Financing la available 3524

'81 Datsun 4x4:

e >* COWARTAir 4 Cyl.4 Spd Tran. 3485 3695

Sales & '85 Ford Ranger 2995

Service On j Conditioning Contractors 4 Cyl.4 Spd. Trans. #3483

All Makes 9'4'.7ntl dar.tas Bradford CACO3763A County end I I QR4--RO2S 1 I 83 Dodg e D-100 $5495

urraundlae; counties for over 15 7esr.. I J V-8.AT.P 3.PLf AC 3528 _

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LOB TEl.K<;ilAPIl, TIMES&MONITOR-.B SECTION September 8, 1990

I HBHHBHsil Union iWiBMIltfiBllEtWBHHtilVBl Ads SFCC Issues Advisory on Security MeasuresIn I

County __ _..____
view of recent tragic events oc- calling ((904) 395-5502 or visiting Iicers from 6:30:: 10:30: p.m. every will
curing In Gainesville,Santa Fe Com Building R. The college will send a class night.The auxiliary and
FOR SALE and clothing
CARS AND TRUCKS munity College has issued the runner to contact the student in wear SFCC hats and from their
will escort students
following advisory on security
Hit APPUANCI, USED SALES ANDREPAIR measures at the college. almost class.Crisis counseling for students is .
SERVICE. Buy some Mil some VEHICLES from $100. Fords, M rcd.s.Corv.tes 7,000 of these young men and women available in Building R or by calling safe house for Girls Club,
trod torn, UK torn. 4962090. 4tpd. Ch. .. live In apartments and other dwellings (904) 3955503. at the Alachua County
"" Surplus Euy.rsGold. SFCC
4/12-4/26 then TFN. ATTENTION GOVERNMENT JOBS YOUR 2101 NW 39th Ave., 373-4475.
.. 1-602-8388889, Ext. A9127. In the Gainesville area. Students can drop classes with
TRAILER HITCH for lull ilie truck. Call ARIAI Call ((1)) not have on-campus housing to
$17,840-$69.489. 2tpd. 8/30, 9/7. Following is a summary of full refunds until at least Sept. 10. does
964-6791, oak for Jason. TFN. 602-838-8883, ext. R91273tpd. 8/30. SFCC Students use as a refuge.
STEEL 174 FORD LTD 351-2 VRl Automatic, precautionary measures by will not be given grade basic self-
DOCBOX for full ilia truck. Double 9/13 P.S., Brak. Looks great, run great. effective August 30, until further penalties for missing classes until at Free training in
door. Swivel Mot. Call Jason at ATTENTION POSTAL JOBS I StartIII.4Ihou,1 least defense for SFCC students, UF
Call 431.1347.2tchrg. 1/00,9/7. : Sept. 10. The college will
9648791. TFN. ) Fort application Info call and the public will be of-
Students can make free phone evaluate its policy on a daily basis students
GRAPES PICK OR WE PICK at Martin' ((1)) 602838-8885. Ext. M-9127, 6 2:20 and 4 p.m.,
calls home from Building R after that date. fered at 1 p.m., : p.m.
r\uit Form. Ft. Whit.. Closed Sunday a.m..IO p.m.. 7 day. 3tpd. 8/3O. 9/13. MOBILE HOMES campus 1)in the SFCC Gym.
4972621. EXCELLENT or any of the five First National Ten or more SFCC staff or facul- Saturday(Sept.
CREPE MYRTIE- NOW BLOOMING Red, ATTENTION PAT Assemble EASY products WORK el home. FOR SALEFOR Union banks in Gainesville. ty members will augment the Certified law enforcement officers

Whit., Pink and Whit. At Martin's Details. ((1)) MI-BM-BMl: Ex*. W-9127. Parents can reach students. : by regular securitvpartol! of seven of- will conduct the training.
Fruit Farm, Ft. Whit. W. also haY. 3+pd. 8/30. V/13 SALI OR RENT 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
fruit plants. 4972621. Closed Sunday. ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING mobile home (doublewlde)on 2 acre,.
2tchrg. 9/6 9/13. OOKSI $32,000Incom"potential. Ralford ar.a. Possible owner financingto New Law Prohibits Recording Credit Card Numbers on Checks I
WOOD STEREO CABINET COMPLETE Details. 1.602.838-8885 Ext. BK 9127. qualified buye,..Call 431-1714.after5pm.
WITH TURNTABLE AM/FM radio, 3tpd. 8/30 9/13. 2tchrg. 8/309,. Many merchants routinely requirea merchant to record personal Infor- Check.If .
cassette deck, 8-track, with 10" In. WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 preparing 191 4 BR 3BA with Lap-Siding for only credit card for identification when mation on your check you have this situation arises:
speaker. Can b.connected to S additional mall. Information .nd stamp addressed 19995. Set-up and Del., .loaded, call accepting personal checks for retail given a thief everything he needs to 1.Provide your credit card,but request
pair of ipeaker $150.00 Call P.O. 19047521452.
stamp to K.S. Enterprises today commit such a crime. that account number not
purchases. clerk
Typically,the your
496-1393 alter 9 p.m. 2tpd. 9/7 9/14. Box 5197-XXW Hillside( NJ 07205. 5tpd. MOBILI MOMS WITH S ACRES no .lease,
For example, goods be
writes the can be written check.
month to month. $300 332-6211. 9/6. credit card number, ex on your
8/30, 927.RN's 9/13. ( date and your driver's ordered In your name and chargedto 2. Ask that only part of the numberbe
PERSONAL LPN' NEEDED $12.50 to an license
facilities. Please number on the check. your credit card number. With used.
hour for of
a variety your credit card number as a Offer other form of Identification
call Suwann. Valley Medical Medical Recently this practice has come 3. some
WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Do,. Personnel. 4963034. 2tchrg. 9/7 9/14 FOR RENT under attack by various consumer reference and your driver's license like a gasoline credit
man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 2&4 groups. This past legislative session number as further identification, a card,a military ID, or your driver's
Inch water welli. Pumps- sales, s.r.vk. 2 lED 1 BATH 'In WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Florida passed a law (chapter smart crook could apply for other license.
., Installation septic tanks, lift YARD SALE AREA $220 per month. First and) 90-212,effective October 1,1990) pro credit cards in your name and have The Bankcard Holders of America
stations- N.w Installation( dralnlleld last month r.nt. 904496-2999 or hibiting merchants from recording them sent to an address of his choos- (BHA) is making available a wallet-
Adult andChildr.ns
repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) /a FAMILY VARDSAIE otherthings. 496.3509. 4tpd. 8/30, 9/20. credit card numbers on checks as a ing.A sized'Consumer Action Card' to pre-
lots of
Jones.275-2004- Jones- 279-2716. cloth. and TWO 2 BED, MOBILI HOMIS In reslden- condition of acceptance of a check, persons credit can be severely*, sent to merchants. This card explains
Park Lot 1.
After 6 p.m.State licensed- work 9 III- Shodd's Trailer. tlal ar.a. C.ntral h.at and air $180 except under specified cir damaged by credit credit application the implications of recording
gua.nt"" -free estimates. 1/25 9tpd. Saturday only. 1tchr; 97."Florida's per month. plus $100 security d.p. Call cumstances. fraud.If credit card numbers on checks and
2/22 th.n/ tin nights and weekends. 496-3452. Itpd. The sudden Interest in this pro you refuse to allow a merchantto asking for telephone numbers on
PAINTER, residential Prof work. Free 9/7 cedure occured primarily because write your credit card number on credit card slips. To recieve this information
Estimates. 4681666. 17 mail order fraud and credit application the front or back of your personal send $1 to: BHA, 460 Spr-
-- NOTICE fraud have become increasingly check before October 1, 1990! the ing Park Place,Suite 1000, Herndon,
more common. When you allow a merchant may refuse to accept your VA 22070.

milled to the Union County Time office .
GRIFFIS GaS In writing and paid In advance
unless credit Is alr.ady established
with this office. fl7SAWYERGASOOO

Classified deadline I. MONDAY, S P __ cosI
SPECGRlFRSGciiv P M., prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.90,
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$2500 REWARD for Information 'leading
'ra. to the arrest and conviction for parties
.:! i t. t Ef responsible for the dlsappeorince of
w :.il I .. Frank Rigdon'*Walker dogs. 4963894.
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