Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Tropical storm Isidore 1* almost stationary In the mid-Atlantic ,fallu ; _...__ soyThe
with winds of M mph but poses no threat to land at the present time.It SECTION AI 'I ,....
will probably die-over cooler waters in the North Atlantic without Hard N_..'.'*
land. Sport..3,7 AIdltortals
Meanwhile a wave of unsettled weather Just off the coast of Texasin .4ASocial
the western Gulf of Mexico shows signs! of weak intensification, .(A
but the name for the next storm) I Ia not expected to School N.ws..5 A
Jose system.A logols..-,
wave of cool air is making its way down from Canada and Is
now over the Great Plains. It may ba'lngllbowen and some stormy MOTION Si It '0'..
weather near the end of the weekend, and slightly cooler FCC Performing Arts.IS
temperatures expected Sunday and Monday. A...Mows.>,3.',nsPalleo
Rainfall for the year is only half of normal for the year to date: Boat.....Sl0It"
normal ytd is 40 inches, and total this year is Just over 21 inches. ........78CtaMlHod Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
The sun rose this morning (Thursday, Sept. 13) at 7:12 and will ...,.
set at 7:38 p.m.; daylight hours are now I2h 26m. KHS Sports. lllth Year STARKE, FLORIDA 35 Cents Copy
9th Issue Thursday,September 13. 1990 USPS 062-700

N 1ing Assessments-Tabled in Face of Oct. 2 Second Primary VoteSpecial I

assessments totaling $110 Incumbent Riddick trailed impression they can levy the special Fire protection will likely be Ray Norman did not
per year were tabled Monday, Sept. challenger John Anderson 304-254 in boar a vote of the five- assessed by the county only in unincorporated budget assessment in the 90-91
10,by county commissioners with no first primary voting. Third place member and have decidednot areas. The towns budget, which would have been
time set to bring them up again. finisher Donald M. Hale finished a put them to a vote of the elec- already have fire departments, and about$1 million in revenue, becausethe
Gator Boosters... The assessments, to be effective close third with 245 votes. Anderson, torate as once discussed. Based on would have no need to pay the fire board has no assessments intact.
Starke Gator Quarterback Club, next year, would establish a $35 annual retired from Florida Power Light, an opinion of County Attorney Bill protection asEessmest for fire protection Commissioners had to increase pro-
the enthusiasm is back...Meeting Is fee for emergency medical service lives on Little Santa Fe Lake. Rid Bessent. the commission believes it from the county,Bessent has perty taxes 1.7 mills and the 90-91
set today, Thursday, Sept. 13, at a $10 fee for fire protection in dIck, completing his second term, has authority, under the MSTU, to explained to the commission. budget Is still tight.
Bradford Fairgrounds. unincorporated areas, and $65 for lives on US-301 south.In levy the assessments on unincorporated The county failed last year to implement -
Social hour at 1:30 followed by operation of the county detention District 2 three term commis- areas. the assessment when Clerk Norman Is having to borrow
meeting 7:30.It' facility (the Jail). sioner E.L. (Nook) did not make the Attorney Bessent also says the Starke commissioners refused to $350,000 to get through the 89-90
time to pay dues. Go Gators. Commissioner Joe Riddick movedto run-off and drew only 104 votes. In county won't have to get interlocal sign an interlocal agreement. City budget year which ends Sept. 30.
table the assessments,saying that the Oct. 2 run-off are Greg Alvarez, agreements signed by city commissioners commissioners indicated last year
Scout Round-up... one and, possibly, two new commissioners 385 votes, and Arthur Gaskins, 390 to implement the they'd go for $35 but not $100 as the
will be on the board after the votes in the first primary.Commissioners assessments. The county can offer county requestedThe Commissioners face looking for
Boy and girl scout round-up Oct. 2 second primary and should bea established, by a the assessments to the towns, Bess- county had already budgetedsome additional revenue for the 9.1-92
tonight: Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7:30: part of the decision. Commissioners 4-0 vote,a municipal services taxing sent says. A city council can either $1 million in expected income budget. Only major sources of
in au area schools.Conc.rn.d approved the motion 4-0; unit (MSTU) under which to levy the agree to pay the fee or to provide the from the special assessments and money for the county is another property
Commissioner Ross Chandler, who special assessments. service itself, such as provide did not collect a dime in the current tax increase or levying the
Citizens... had an emergency, was absent. Commissioners now are under the emergency medical care or a Jail. 89-90 budget. special assessments.

Concerned Citizens will meet
Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m., in
RJE Gym.
All interested citizens are askedto Futch
attend in order to be better In-
formed about upcoming events. ,

Lunch Bunch...

The Lunch Bunch will meet at Woods
the First Prebysterlan Church Fri-
day, Sept. 14, at noon. The Rev. ,
Jerry Patton will bring the program.
Bring a covered dish and en-
Joy the food and fellowship.
Fr.. Fish Fry...

A free fish fry and gospel sing, _I& it L .

featuring the "Expressions of _
Love," sponsored by the Victory
Congregational Methodist Church
of Jacksonville and Citizens
Against the Tri-County Landfill,
will be held Saturday, Sept. 15, at
Raiford Community Center, beginn- WinCity
ing at 5 p.m. Everyone welcome.LB .

Singles Club...

The Rock Bluff Band will be
playing for your listening pleasureand
dancing, Saturday Sept. 15, IB a
the Lake Butler Community Incumbents again fair

Center All singles;beginning age 25 at ana 8 p.m.over are T r badly. Biggs decisively

welcome. BYOB, set-up furnished. defeated. Woods gets
Members, $4, guests, $5. 1990 Bradford High Cheerleaders...

...,.. '.-", .... These ItOO Bradford High cheerleaders will be on the sideline to yell for First row Misty Fill. Charmln Wiggins, JUI Williams, Shanelse scare from unknown
'V ;.TM1rC....sa>s.Tr "f""r"'f' th*rornaioes'Utli tIMdayMgM'B4E13; irt-thdntlrebwegald agaloft* ,,"William*..Kenya Adkins, MiDday Gnann.. : ', outsidenJ ewcomer
Several community education Nassau High of I 8 p.m. Second row Cathy Jackson Kim Ron, Jane Stanwlx-Hay, Shae Blom
classes are scheduled to begin the Cindy Quinn, and Stephanie Agin. Steve Futch Is
week of Sept. 17. The cheerleaden are (1-r): See Page 3A and 7A for sports.
Classes include quilting, biggest

photography, beginning computers, It was a bad night for incumbentsin
cake decorating, basic home Hamilton Retains Elected Marshal. Mavor Starke.
repairs, modern western square .
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dance and adult basketball ,
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volleyball and individual fitness. By Joe Cissy polled nine votes to 101 for the Incumbent Buck McClellan, in his second attempt the election, 111 voted at city hall 29
Please call 964-6800, ext. 122 for ICT Staff Writ. Lola Williamson. for a council seat, received 31 and six mailed in absentee ballots, Bobby BiggsStovo
further information. Voters In the town of Hampton re- Four candidates were running for votes. out of a total of 176 voters registered, Futch 206
tained an elected Marshal, voted to the two council seats up for grabs: On the question of ammending the for a 66.5% voter turnout.
BHS Class of 1970... District 3:
keep Lola Williamson Mayor, the seats of Ted Curtis and Walden city charter to allow the marshal to
Cindy Futch announces a new reelected Ted Curtis to the City Wadsworth.In be appointed by the mayor, with The regular meeting of the city Jean Rogers 101
meeting date has been set, Monday Council an elected newcomer Ed- a non-partisan election, the two council confirmation, the vote was council scheduled for Tuesday has Travis Woods 119
September 17, at 7:30 p.m. ward Saxon to the council, to fill the candidates polling the highest close. Frrty-seven voters chose to been rescheduled for Thursday,
spot vacated by Walden Wadsworth, number of votes will be seated on the keep the position elected and 42 September 13, 7 p.m. at city hall.A District 5:
who opposed Williamson for the council. Ted Curtis led the four with voted for an appointed marshal. Out first public hearing on the proposed Charles Schaefer 44
Managing People... mayors seat. 68 votes; Edward Saxon was a close of a total of 117 ballots cast, only 89, budget will be held at that
second with 59 votes; Faye E. or 76%, chose to vote on the questionof meeting,and the second public hear- Ed Wall 129
IA seminar titled "Managing Peo- Mullins, another newcomer to appointing a marshal. ing has been set for Friday,
ple" is being offered by the Univer- In the mayor's race, Wadsworth Hampton politics polled 32 votes and A total of 117 ballots! were cant in September 28, 7 p.m. the The message people received wanted new on his faces door-to-was

sity of North Florida, Tuesday, .. .. door visits said newcomer
Sept. 18 at Santa Fe political
College, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dr. Abolish Mayor's Position Says Brooker Council Steve Futch who bombed outspoken
Allen R. Solem, instructor. Fee $10. five-term councilman Bobby Biggs
205-29 in the District 1 race.
By Buster Rahn $1,200 per year, an expenditure that mayor chosen by the council from its council Lends to keep the same Biggs 63, believes a person should
Douglas Family... SCT Staff Writer serves no purpose,since the mayor's membership, to serve for one year. mayor in office for longer periods, be able to use his property as be
although each term is for one
office is ceremonial and year.
largely car-
Brooker wishes and was the only Starke commissioner
The Douglas family reunion Is Councilman Gene Melvin Hobbit said the mayor's office is
scheduled Sunday, September 16, in asked City Attorney Johnny Hobbs, ries no vote on the city council. provided for in the town charter,anda Neither Starke nor Lawtey unopposed to the locationof
the Lake Butler Community "How can the council abolish the Melvin said, "Personalities have change In the charter will be re- mayors receive additional compensation a medical waste incinerator in the
Center beginning at 10 a.m. Brooker mayor's position?" nothing to do with eliminating the of- quired, either through a vote by for serving as mayor. Starke Industrial park. Challenger
The !business meeting is set for The council had been in session fice. The $1,200 can be better spenton residents, or by an act of the Following a discussion in which Futch, 35, owner of Jones Funeral
noon, with dinner at 1 p.m. All more than two hours Tuesday night other things." legislature.The each of the four remaining council Home In Starke and and Keystone
allied families and friends are in September 11, and apparently had members supported the idea,Melvin Heights took a l "OIIII.taDd against
will be furnish completed all items on the agenda Attorney Hobbs told the council council agreed to go with a and councilman A.B. Adams movedto locating the tndnerater in Sta rite.A .
vited. Paper goods when Melvin raised the issue that that it must first pass a proposed or- special election with the date to beset Instruct Attorney Hobbs to draw
ed. immediately received unanimous dinance outlining procedures for in a subsequent meeting. the required ordinance that will set
approval. selecting a mayor under a new"MayorCommlslsoner" Starke and Lawtey both utilize the the procedures in motion.Mayor .
BCEDC Dinner... Melvin stated his desire to abolish plan In Mayor-Commissioner form, with Ted Bigham had already
Economic the position Is based on saving the which the council is reorganized Starke commissioners rotating the left the meeting when the issue sur-
Development The Bradford Corporation County will bold town the cost of the mayor's salary, following each city election, and a mayor's position each year. Lawtey faced.

its 4th annual dinner, Tuesday,

September'18 President's,reception at the fair1 at 6:15.'oUDdl. Teacher Pay OK'd School Budget ApprovedA

with dinner at 7 p.m. Entertain-
ment by Jesse Burt and Glenn
Calcote. Call 964-7379 for further in 3-year teacher contract, con- millage (property tax) by.3 Cut Expected... which can be delayed without
formation. taining a $300,000 pay increase for mills 1.019 mills. Supt. Jim Duncan is going to bothering the classroom. A
has been this week
1990-91 approved
Tallahassee this Monday Sept. 17,
Parent's by the Bradford Education Association when county school superintendentsare On the Contract...
Day. school board.
and the ..
Budget Approved. scheduled to meet with Florida Teacher union President George
For parents of special needs Pay raises, averaging some 4 per- The school board's total tax levy is Education Commissioner Betty Bowen said, "We understand
children. The Florida Diagnosticand cent $500to Beginning 8.372 mills, made of 5.853 mills of re- Castor to discuss hew the state teachers would have liked to see bet- Y
Learning Resource System will from 1000. quired (by the state) local effort, school system will deal with the up- ter increases but with the money the
sponsor a "Parent Day" at teacher pay remains at $20,200. se- 1.019 mills of discretionary taxes coming cutback due to state revenue board made available, we believe
Southside Elementary School, cond year teachers get $500 and the (referred to above), and 1.5 mills of lagging behind estimates. The State we've done the best job possible with
Saturday, October 20, from 9 a.m. amount goes up with experience.The capital outlay taxes. The school Cabinet has called for a five percentcut the salary schedule."
to 1 p.mFeatured Bradford thnd system got an board's 1990-91 budget of $22.9 in expenditures.Supt. Teachers ratified the pact in a 9-1
speaker will be Jim Increase of $335,000 which all was million, Including a $16 million Duncan, who thinks be will ratio, Bowen said.
Brandenburg whose topic will be"ParentChild put into salaries for administrators operating budget, was given final have a pretty good handle on the cut- Supt. Jim Duncan says teacher
communication." non-instructional personnel, andteachers. approval by the school board Monday back after Monday, hopes he can pay raises in even_ Steve Futch
To qualify for the $385,000 night No one was present to keep intact the classroom program.The been in the s percent range New It.... Coundlmon
In state funds the school board was comment on the school millage or cuts, Duncan hopes will come Teacher salaries have gone up 38

Upcoming... required to' increase its discre budget. from categorical and new programs percent over the past five' years, "I'm thrilled,"said Incumbent h.a

Public meetings scheduled in the wan 43, who won 125-44 over
coming weeks are: Work to Begin Forsyth Road Commissioners SayWork veteran Charles Schaefer for a second -
Hampton Council meets In a on two-year term. Schaefer had
13 served U on the council until
budget Hearing,Thursday,Sept. years
In CIty Hall. will begin shortly on paving to decide whether to seek bids on the 16 percent increase tins previous premium. Employees are concerned giving up his seat to Wall two years
Starke\ Council meets Tuesday the 3.9 mile long Forsyth Road, Forsyth: Road project or do as much year County Clerk Ray Norman about the cost of family coverage going to avoid a conflict of incumbents
Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in City Half. county commissioners: agreed Monday of the work Itself as possible.It said Monday, answering a question from $122 per month to $185 this when single member districts were
Bradford County Commissioners Sept. 10. was agreed Monday for county from Property Appraiser Jimmy October. established by court order and a
mid-month meeting set for Wednesday Much road grading has already employees to do the grading work. Alvarez who said his employees are black majority district was created.
Sept. 19, at 7:30: p.m.tln Court been done over the past two years To pave the road, Carter said, the concerned. Clerk Norman said he's looking far at Wall is an Investigator with the
the project has been on bold. commission: Is thinking of again It's pay now or pay later, said insurance alternatives but so Public Defender's Office here.
B word County School Board Money is In the budget to pave the leasing! the equipment of local contractor Clerk Norman. And, Norman said, has found nothing better.The county Commissioner Travis Woods,
meeting to set for Monday, Sept. 24,. road, and those funds, derived from ,Leonard Moore, then hiring the represntative of Av-Med. the has too few employees get the rates elected to a sixth two-year term by
at 7 p.m., in Administrative county tax on gasoline,must be used Moore to do the paving, as the coun- county health maintenanceorganization the state gets, Norman said. 17 votes over newcomer and
Building. for transportation. ty did on 105th Street north of (HMO), a division of unknown Jean Rogers, agrees It Is a
Hampton Council will bold budget It is thought to be a $500,000 project Lawtey. Santa Fe Health Care Inc., says to Appraiser Alvarez suggested goIng tough year for incumbents to run for
hearing Friday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. ,even with the county doing a lot expect another Increase In 1991. to a multi-county consortium, re-election to public office. Woods
Insurance Up. similar to the school system
in City Hall. of the work.Chairman. 49, also feels the new single m.>mh..r
Mule Carter said Monday County health Insurance rates The county currenuy pays for the belongs to an ll- ounty insurance
the commiiwion bad Unable have,gone up 21 percent on top of the employee's health insurance, f'0J1II0 orttlnn. f/We/ Wan! Woods..ptAPKY )

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Pa or 2 A TELEGRAPH September 1.1.: U/IIO

Worth I Okay Given 90-91 County Budget, Including 1.7 Mill Hike I

to raise the same
By duster Rahn creases are passed on to renters Riddick explained that there Is man and Wilbur Waters framed on a of mlllage of required money as was raised In a
through higher rents by Iproperty really no savings In recycling at the motion to adopt a resolution settingthe amount on lower total
Noting KT Staff WriterIn year
owners. .. present county will implement mllUge rate at 8.027 for the prior Assessments general-
meeting an ,unusual Bradford Saturday commissioners morning Works then asked, "Why not a althoughingg program when 1980-91 fiscal year composed of the assessments.increase each year as property
sales tax?" ( landfill in Union following items: ly
opens and new construction
reviewed the proposed 1990-91 county the values increase
Form.r Work.,.... Commissioner Joe Riddick ex- General Fund 4.913 mills to the tax role.
and resolutions added
budget two
passed is
Health Fund, .240 mills'
plained hat the state allows coun- "Recycling saves space In the County
Camp Blandlng Is attempting to adopting the new millage rate and ties to levy a one cent sales tax by a landfill, but there is no market for County EMT Department, .873 Adopted...
the budget.
find people that worked at Blanding vote of the people only,and proceeds glass and paper at this time," Rid- mills Budget
from 1940-46, and request names The 1990-91 mlllage (property tax) from the tax must be spent for dick said. Fine and Forfeiture Fund 2.000 After the millagewas budget
rate Is total budget Is the ,
and addresses of former workersbe 8.027 mills.The capital outlay Items such as roadsor mills commissioners tUrned to
sent to: Camp 17.86 million but it will require bor- a new Jail. Sales lax cannot fund There is a market for aluminum Total,8.027 mills with former candidate Manly Bolin
nion, P.O. Drawer A,Stare, rowing some $400.000 to fund it. operating expenses, Riddick said. but most people remove the metalprior addressing the board In reference to
Florida 32091. The second and final pubic hearing Commissioner Ross Chandler said to garbage pick-up, Riddick the EMS (Emergency Medical Ser-
oa the county budget was attended said. Rolled Back Rate... vices) Department.Bolin .
These people will be Invited to counties have only two sources of
the Museum and Memorial Park by 20-25 interested spectators, tax revenue,the ad valorem tax and The county plans to have five County Clerk Ray Norman said said the local EMS was in-
Dedication ceremony, Nov.24 and Saturday, Sept. 8, but only two ad- special assessments. The state does recycling collection centers in the rolled back rate is 6.323 mills, Health andRehabilitatlveSer-
25, at Camp Blanding. dressed the board during the time not allow any other means of taxa- operation later this year, funded by but the county was unable to acceptthe HRS (
Please send a self addressed set aside for pubic input. tion. a grant, Riddick told the assembly.Work rolled back rate this year. Actually vices) Wednesday, August 29, and
stamped envelope. George Works asked the commissioners Works then asked if the special has begun on closing the the commission Increasedproperty found outdated drugs on the am-
Can 964-7830, 473,2859 or 4732352to why taxes always increasedon assessment for solid waste disposalwill county landfill on SR-100S, in anticipation mills, adding 1.5 bulance. not
get on the mailing list detailing property owners, and not on ever end. of the Ellerbee Curve mills plus nottttaki g the rolled back The commissioners were
renters, "renters aren't see- the inspection but promised -
the dedication week-end. saving Carter, "Probably not. facility opening in mid-summer, figure. aware of havIng
ing increases. Works, "Why not a recycling pro- Riddick said.Following. Ad valorem taxes increased 26.95 to look into thesituationby -
Commission:! Chairman Maxie gram?" the discussion with percent for 1900-91. EMT Director Cliff Chapman
Carter. Jr. said he thinks tax in- Works, Commlwilmw E. L. Nor The rolled back rate is the amount meet with them this week.


I Wall, Woods Return to City Postsfrom i

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voting districts played M part.
Several persons told him, Woods
said, they didn't want to go to the
polls to vote on just one race.

This was the second single R
member district election In Starke.
Commissioner Bobby Biggs said ,
he was unable to analyze or define
the reasons for Flitch's onesidedwin + s 4t
except for the popularity of the
Starke funeral home owner. His
tenure on the council had to come to
the an end sometime, said Biggs, com- t:
movee Dieting his fifth term. Biggs agreed
be has been outspoken
troversial on some matters. :

To a new location at Schaefer, who says he
any more, felt the senior
Days Inn 1101 N. Temple Ave. .banked on didn't go to the
"The people spoke and I J'I
their wishes," Schaefer said I
(Formerly Econo Lodge of Starke) I
day night,and said he
Greyhound has moved -to a new, more Wall Travis Woods

modern transportation center, designed for pas- Schaefer 62, gave up his V.t.ran Win tth T.rm
the court ordered
senger safety, comfort and convenience.Call ting last year. He had but city laws will have to be amended -
today for complete fare and schedule the years 19 on the of council, Vernon second lection.'r.-. to change voting from the second
years Mayor
information Tuesday in September to the first
WaD,who said he worked S, Tuesday.
went door-to-door, felt Councilman Vernon Barber, the
recognition and his service first black council member in Starke
Ron Disbrow, Agent ty in the past two years were history,occupies the District 2 seat,
Wall felt there was a the black majority district. Barber
964-9371 voters going to the polls- 36, is a former Bradford High and
middle-aged and older University of Florida football star
and works in recreation at Lawtey
<:t1'r ""i' ""I'?!'!lHIiM. J1! !J1! ::1ff CMlfJ'M! : M'! 41.8 per cent,or 627 of 1,499 Correctional Institution.
U voters in the three Mayor Silcox, 69, represents
I Tuesday in the off-year city!, District 4.


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far the shock ciUUl"life.
Find out how AV-MEDs Medicare Supplement Plan
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September 13.1900 TELEGRAPH PageSA


;. ',: Half time Comeback Didn't Save BBS. Tornadoes Fall 2416Fighting

fatigue as well as a hard yard line. Coach David Hurse put QB Sheffieldin
hitting, big, tough Wildwood High Using 11 plays Including an 18 to receive the Wildwood punt.But
eleven, Tornado gridders lost 24-16 yard pass to wldeout Robert Nichols, Sheffield didn't get his hands on the
in the opening game of the 1900 grid r and runs by FB Hankerson, running .!short 21 yard punt which went out of
season In Wildwood last Friday back Charles Boyd,'and play-action bounds at the BBS 30 yard line.
night, Sept. 7. passes by himself, QB Reggie Sheffield Again, BUS moved fhe football on
Down 9-0 early, the Tornadoes rwr IAi. moved the Tornado offense 45 runs by Sheffield
l onetheplay orbp
fought back to a &-9 tie at the half, d 5x ;! yards to the Wildwood 20 before the run and
and to a 16-8 lead in the third period. / r4.u drive stalled. But Jenkins came onto by FB Hankenon and RB linebacker
But with seven starters playing both kick a 37 yard field goal to tie the Wildwood's senior inside
offense and defense, the Big Red game &-9 with 2:05: remaining In the Mack Harris, No.23.got through the
eleven could not hold onto the advan first half. BHS line and sacked QB Sheffield
tage.A Allen Jenkins Intercepted a QB for an eight yard loss back to the 49
sparse crowd, Bradford bad Hogan pass up the middle to.set yard line. Grady took in a low, 28
nearly as many fans as Wildwood, Bradford High up on the Wildwood punt by BHS's Jenkins,return-
watched the hard-fought battle. 36 yard line early In the third period. fid five yards to the Wildwood 31.
Wildwood drove 78 yards in nine BHS was promptly pushed back to time Wildwood would not be ,}
plays to tie the game 16-16 with 3:58 the 41 yard line on a holding penalty. denied, moving 60 yards in seven
remaining in the third period. Fullback Hankerson, 15 carriesfor plays and aided by M 1Syardpass
Wildcat quartrback Rodney Hogan, 98 yards,was most effective witha Interference penalty against Tornado -
one of the best passers Bradford has quick dive over right tackle. He got defender Terry Berry, who
faced in a long time, divided the .. .. 11 yards to the Wildwood 31 on the reached over a defender's shoulderto
Wildwood attack between the runn- ,......: :" ..; :,' replay of first down. QB Sheffield knock a pass .away. Willdwood
ing of Eric Grady, No. 36, 20 carries connected with tight end Andy supporters it was a bad call,
for 131 yards, and passes to Grady Tornadoes in Action Against Wildwood... Goodowns coming across under the
and tall wideouts Brandon Miller, Wildwood running Eric Grady No.- M.Is through the Wildwood secondary, which had to RB Grady had runs of 8, 5, and 5
No. 82, and Charles Upshaw, No.86. Bradford defense (above), sprung by the big Wildcat blocked, setting up Wildwood on the Bradford 16 yard honor the Bradford wldeouts going yards. QB Hogan passed 22 and 18
line and retiming In Wlldwood's touchdown.
Miller caught six passes for 78 yards for 11 to the Wildwood yards to WO Miller. Big fullback
offensive line. Grady carried 20 times for 131 yards. A deeper, yards
Jenkins four times, averaging 27 yards.
and one touchdown, plus a two point Tornado tackler moves to make the stop, but after a Sophomore punted running back Joe Gordon caught a 20. From there QB Sheffield was Ellis Johnson, 6.3 and 250 pounds,
conversion pass. UpShaw caughttwo nice gain. pass chased deep but lofted sidearmedup was slowed by the BUS defense but
passes for 24 yards, and blockeda Tornado punter Allen Jenkins, bottom left, gets off a In the Harris flat, but and was thrown hit Immediately for a two yard by loss.Wildwood'sMack for grabs Into the corner of the burst through for the winning
Tornado punt to set up the first kick against Wildwood.: Allen' nrtit BUS punt was Wildwood endzone toward wideout touchdown with 8:26: remaining in
Wildwood score. Terry Berry. Tight end Andy the game. And, Wildwood faked an
Goodowns was there, too. A pile of extra point kick, and holder Dennis
The punt of Allen Jenkins, from ? BHS receivers and Wildwood Hampton, a quarterback, threw to
the Bradford 32, was blocked by Up- defenders leaped for the football. WO Miller for a two point conver-
Shaw, setting Wildwood up on the The pile fell to the ground but the sion.Bradford players,standing mo-
Tornado 16 yard line. Grady hit the football went upwards. TE tionless, were completely fooled on
BHS line for 8 and 4 yards from the Goodowns also rose from the pile the pass.
tailback position to the BHS nine and Goodowns caught the looping Wildwood led 24-16 with 5:26 to
yard line. Then QB Hogan threw to football. play, but the Bradford starters,
Miller No.82, for nine yards and thetouchdown Officials had to huddle and the call most of whom played almost the en-
with with 8:44: remainingin 0 ;i- ; : f was delayed, but BHS was given the tire game,were exhausted.QB Sheffield -
the first period. ; touchown. Allen Jenkins added the scrambled looking for a
Jenkins fumbled the football receiver Bradford's final
awayon PAT and BHS was ahead 16-9 with on possession
Bradford's second position at the 8:50 remaining in the third period. found none, and BUS had to.
Tornado 23.This time BHS stiffened -. F p. Wildwood came right back with a punt the footbal away.
and had to settle for a 27 yard fieldgoal MrWl 78 yard, 9 play drive to tie the game
by Robbie Sinclair, No.8. 16-16 with 3:58 remaining in the third
Wildwood led 9-0 with 7:03: remain- perid. QB Hogan used runs by he and Wlltfwood MI0h f e 7 s *4Bratffora
ing in the first period.On Grady, No. 36, of 13, 3, 14, and 9 Hlh' t I 7 5 It
yards passes of 9,10,12,and 13 yardsto ass WMBwDoa
its third possession, Bradford wide receiver UpShaw for the First Dow.* II 11
High avoided the mistake and drove touchdown.BHS Rushing' Yards MU 17117
the football,with the aid of a 15 yard moved the football as the Passing. Yards ft h
PC PA PI Hlftll
face mask yards to score third period wore Into the fourth andit H7.1..
with 2:11: remaining in the first .. I was still anybody's game to win. PirniMn Punts ..IMI 1-1 1-1
period, fullback Robert Hankerson, I BHS moved 47 yards but new runn- P..III..y..rd. t-M *o.
No. 23, going the final two yards to .. : ing back Charles Boyd got the foot- Scoring Summary,
score. But Jenkins' extra point was a. ball taken away from him after a 14 1)Wlklwoo4 Hit.5,545 MM'....5 y.'" pass
blocked and BHS was down !9-6. .. -,"'" j 1 yard run to the Wildwood 45. But the from OS Rodney HIM IPi Kick falladIt .
The Tornadoes used most of the ._ ..... -, Bradford defense stopped Wildwood Wlldwaa Hlfh-. Rabbis St.Clalr. 41 yard
second period with a 45 yard scoring .,;,J( 1r'''' ..1 that time. Goodowns, from his mid- fI.ldl.
BradfordRotor! Hamurton 1 yard ran
drive set up by a pass interceptionby dle linebacker spot, stopped Grady ap 1), Kick lallod.
veteran cornerback Terry Berry after a four yard gain. Then 4) Bradford-Alton MnklM,17 yard IWd. tool
who went deep to take in a QB Hogan : .' .. """ Wildwood QB Hogan went to the air II .r.d.....- AMy OoidowM 1* yard pass
bomb and return it to the Tornado 35 --- < "f-'" .. I. with a bomb which Tornado Terry from OB MioHlold. BPt AJonklm, kick.
Berry broke up. The cornerback t) Wildwood- WO Chariot Up haw, 11 yard
Chris Snow broke a intended pass from OB H_. BPl II.Clalr,kick.
I Factor in Wildwood Loss HurseThe Brandon up Miller.pass 7)Wlldwoad-PorKam.1 yard rim.BPi WO
Fatigue Big Says Looking to break the game open Brandon Millar,put tram OB Hoaan.i .

Tornadoes; tried hard, 'but Coach Roland cUmmings, the Hurse hopes he'll be ready for the Below-: T means tackle, A means - - - -- - - ---
- - - - - -
,,,gave auf of gas Wildwo<< :t made young mistake due toot rAfter WewtagroBHFTninsr! ;T 't- '.1
} 'l
{ vTJ t1th : "tlt irltnebackaal'Andyiq: ""' :eddKInsi4e: : I i: Reduce .hatmfi.tl stress H
Wd1e Tortfedoetileould. ai"n ke iNo.:1B: ,
football game, except for the fatigue the important third down plays, as the defensive of the Tackles: and relax
factor. Seven Tornado players are Coach Cummings said. week, center Wyatt Collins, No. 53, Name .
going both ways until new players The mistakes however, "I think was named the best offensive T A 1
Andy Ooodowns 7 0
develop to the point that Bradford can be corrected," says Coach CUm- lineman of the week and fullback
Hankenon 4 2
coaches are comfortable playing mings. Robert Hankerson, No. 23,was nam- Julius Harden 3 1 S s age TherQp
them. ed best offensive back of the week. Phillip Crawford 3 1 ( .
Coach Hurse Is also sending a copy The Tornado players Improved, Terry Berry 3 1 1
of the game film to the head official both the offense and defense, says Tackles.. Jason LM *
3 1
who is the president of Central I Coach Jerry Kaminski of the defen- Andy Goodowns led ,Tornado Vlnnle Bly 2 1 Special Introductory Offer i
Florida Community College.. sive secondary and wide receivers. tacklers from his inside linebacker Allen Jenkins 2 1
Wildwood High Infractions were Ig- Defensively, the young secondary position with 7 invididual tackles. Wyatt Collins 2 I i $5.00 off a one hour massage
nored and bad calls were made, made the same mistakes as in the Robert Hankerson,who shares the Larry Shannon 2 1
Coach Hurse points out. Jamboree but did defensive end with Allen \ with this
so the veterans. strong post James Daniels 2 0 coupon (by appt.) 1
But, Coach Hurse says, that's Corner back Jason Lee, No. 5, is Jenkins,has individual tackles and Shawn Jenkins I 0 1
history now. hampered by a turned ankle. Coach 2 assists. i 964-3778

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Bradford High cross country In the high school I girl's varsity goals and Invidual goals. We're just - - - - - - -
team got its 1990 season under way division Renee Daugherty, a going through preparation week by
Saturday, Sept. 8, with a run at the sophomore and team captain,finished week to improve our
21st annual Bishop Kenny Greater 60th over-all among the 100 runners performances," said Coach Loper. '
Jacksonville Invitation.In in Jacksonville with a time of Both girls and boys are still need Thank for
the girl's -junior high school r 16.02. Freshman Dawn Nail finished. ed for the teams. Anyone interested you your
division, Sonya Hodges of Hampton 65th with a time of 16.26. contact Coach Loper at the middle
finished fourth over-all with a time In the boys varsity division Larry school: gym any day after school. support and vote in the
of 1536. Miss Hodges, an eighth Green, a BHS Junior and boys team
grader, is the daughter of Hampton\ captain,. was 36th over-all and ran 'Upcoming... Commission District s4
Marshal John Hodges. 1939. Chris Vansyckel, a BHSIOPhomore City ,
finished This Saturday Sept. 15, BUS boys ;
"It was an excellent run for her 60th In 22.01. b
first time out ever," says Coach Mitchell Gunter, a BHS freshman, and girls will go to the annual Mid- 3 race. a. -
George Loper. finished 78th In 2918. Mark Harden, dleburg Invitation at MiddleburgHigh .
Sonya came out early and was the a BHS junior, finished 82nd In 33.28. School.
only one ready to run Saturday, "We've got a lot of work to do.The BHS hosts it first home meet Tuesday It was a pleasure to meet .
Coach Loper said. kids on the team know the team Sept. 18,with Keystone High.

I Children ARC 4-Up Can Participate In Rec. Sports, Register NowNow so many fine folks.

that summer Is coming to a' days as socCer, Sept.'24, 25. 27 from nls courts.
close It's time to begin thinking +5 p.m. at Pratt Street Field. Registration fee for soccer and
about the after school programs offered Games will begin the week of October football is $10, to cover the cost of a
by the Starke Recreation 1,The days the games will be T-shirt and award, and must be paid I'll be working for out-of-office for the
Department, and which your child played will be determined by the by Sept. 21.Tennis you
might participate in, says Recrea- number classes are free. The
tion Director Cheryl Godwin. Tennis clasp will begin Sept. 28 Recreation Department will furnish next 2 years and running again then.
Registration is set August 27 {Wednesday. The first clan will balls and racquets to use in class: for
21 for soccer begin at 3:15 p.m. for ages 612. At those who do not have a racquet.
flag football and tennis. Age determining this clinic participants will be divid- Schedules for soccer and football .. JEAN C. ROGERS
date Is how old your child. ed into two classes: Beginners and will handed out the day of their first
will be Sept. 21, Ms. Godwin says. Advance Beginners.'After the first Thank You Once Again !11! !
Soccer is for ages 4-7. Clinics are clinic,..the beginners class will be (Please See Rec News'P.7 A) Pd. Pol.Adv.
set Sept. 24, 25, and 27 from 3:15 to 4 from 3:15 to 4 p.m. Advanced beginners -
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Flag football is for ages "12. p.m. Tennis classes are scheduledeach
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Coming up in Fall of 91A ::

to Suffer from Cuts

Governor Bob Martinez's planning and of this loss was in the sales taw tpellraph: call for volunteers Schools to stage Golden + ; ,
Bradford Anniversary
director that Florida is County High tooth 4t;, :.
budgeting says too many Floridians are spending their Anniversary Ccntennicl Celebration in .
not in a recession there's just not money on the tax exempt lottery these 1991 is being sent out by the BUS Alumni ", \0 .,
money enough in the state treasury to days). The corporate profits tax and the Association this week. !/:' "

balance the budget, so state economists documentary stamp tax on real estate The next alumni meeting will be held '. : t

concluded Monday that more than $500 sales were also sliding. Tuesday Sept. 25, with 11 Dutch Treat aa aain
million will have to be trimmed from the dinner at 6 p.m. at the Western Steer "
the The State's correctional system is also Steak House.All alumni arc urged to attend -
total with five percent cuts across
slated to feel the money crunch as of- this Important mooting and help ,,
board. ficials try to eke out enough dollars to complete plans and ns ign .duties for '. '
The Martinez director concluded this biggest reunion in Iho history of
budget staff the additional cells that Governor BUS. .'
that Florida education's share of the Martinez has insisted on building, at the

clump in general revenue could soar as expense of some other more worthy pro- publication Plans have of already a new been"" Book"made for which the ""J. :.

high as $300 million. In Bradford County jects. will be bigger and hotter than ever,
that would mean about $800,000 lost from House Appropriations Chairman T.K. with a hard back binder. Some of the
the $16 million school operating budget the other planned activities are a Retired
Wetherell spending cuts by
says Teacher Reception photographic
given final approval Monday night.
Department of Health and Rehabilitation displays and other exhibits, a BUS
Since the School Board's fiscal year Services would also eliminate some of the dedication and parade, and entertain- .

starts July 1, Superintendent Jim Duncan recent improvements made in staffingthat ment specials for all I classes and

says by the end of September approx- agency for child abuse protectionand groups.
imately one-quarter of the operating subsidized day care. More bad news A call has been made for at least 50
budget will have been spent placing the for mothers. alumni and school supporters to help
working plan, promote, and stage this historic
board in bind for the rest of the if a
a year The new revenue estimates were event. Anyone who can help in any wayis
five percent cut goes into effect. If any reached in a compromise between asked to volunteer immediately by March of 1985 for the purpose of promoting tion Capt. John Charles Richard, an
employees are laid off due to this cut, the calling Eula Mae Smith at 964-7881, or community interest in the early community leader and
board would have to revise its entire legislative economistsh who were more Dale Brown at 9647701. Alumni are also schooiand encouraging alumni involve- businessman, was secretary, and Professor
optimistic e Governor'seconomists asked to start searching now for old ment In education and other activitiesat George C. Looney, a well-known
budget. who were more pessimistic.The photographs, programs, and BHS. educator, was the first principal.
Members of the School newspaper clippings of events at BHS
Governor's office had recommendeda
Although there were private School attendance not compulsory
over the past century. These will be on was -
Superintendent's Association from all $657 million cut, while legislative display during the reunion festivities. Starke dating back to the 1870s. the in those days, and classes were
over the state are planning to meet Mon- economists would settle for $458 million. first public school Bradford County small. In the early years there would
day with Secretary of Education Betty Since additional funds will be neededto High School was not organized until sometimes be only two seniors in the
Wetherell says more accurate figures, stage this greatest of all BHS reunions 1891 when a group of Starke business graduating class, and when Bradford
Castor and call attention to several reflecting the impact of the Middle East all alumni who are not yet and professional leaden got together County's long-time Clerk of the Court,
sources of cuts in education funding that crisis on the should be members of the Association are askedto with the purpose to create "the most A.J. Thomas' Sr., graduated from BUS
could be made without hampering economy, join e* this time by mailing their $5 practical and thorough school In theState" he was the only graduate in 1915. Ray
available in October. But who ex-
fee to BHS Alumni .
anyone membership
which includes White, who lost his life In
classroom funding, World War I,
pects this crisis to be solved by then is an Association, 581 N. Temple Avenue,
teachers salaries, the State's FTE (Full Starke. Dr. John L. Gaskins, a prominentlocal was the only graduate in 1910 -quite a
Time ) pupil at- optimist, indeed. physician and first mayor of contrast with the 230 who graduated
tendance Equivalent, and other payment classroom per costs. Senate Education Committee Chair- The Alumni Association was foundedLetters Starke, was president of the organiza from BHS in this year of 1990.

man Bob Johnson said the school crisis

Some of the optional programs that might demand that the Legislaturereturn
Pride Adds Eight New Industries
could be held over to next year would be for a special session to consider ,

$1 million for environmental education; options dealing with the problem."There's And 735 New Inmate Jobs in 1990 I

$10 million awarded to high schools that simply no way that educationcan to the
improve their educational standards dur- absorb that kind of cut and maintaina

ing the year, and $58,000 for the Teacherof quality program," he says.It EditorRiddick The addition of eight new prison Industries Since its Inception, PRIDE's employ-

the Year program all desirable, but is somewhat ironical that the schoolsare and a f 14 million sales Increaseover ment service has found jobs for more
not absolutely essential. threatened with a $300 million short- last .year were announced by than 1,600 ex-offenders upon their
PRIDE (Prison Rehabilitation In- release. This employment service is
fall on Governor Martinez's watch. It was CommendedFor dustries & Diversified Enterprises) in part of the post-release support phase
And how did the State's educational he (remember?) who pledged during his Listening and its report for fiscal year ending June. of the support program that provides

funding get into such a sorry state campaign for office that he would cut Asking QuestionsEditor The added operations Include a gar- PRIDE inmate workers with on-the-Job
without the Governor or the Legislature State expenditures by some $800 million ment industry at Lawtey Correctional training and employment workshops.

being aware of it until this late date? For the first year if elected. The schools and Telegraph: Institution; a shoe Industry at Madison PRIDE president J. Floyd'Glisson
one thing, tax collections were off $108 other agencies could surely use that $800 We wish to thank Joe Riddick for his Correctional; a furniture refurbishing said that in the six years since the cor-
responsiveness as a County Commis- operation at Liberty Correctional; a poration has been in operation, 56
since the million if Martinez had kept his
four-month now
million in the period pro-
sioner. Although we are not in Mr. Rid- printing plant and garment Industry at prison Industries were reorganized or
first budget estimates were made. Most mise. dick's district,and are-'unable to vote"i...,-Calhoun Correctional chair plant *tHI started operations,..and-inmate.work
for him,we find that he" Is always reddy! ,- i Polk Corrections; and key data entry stations Increased froml,29s'tdt9o52.>
to answer lWstlbn/j'o"/ offer, advice to"H.r;.: facilities at Martin .Correctional and,* PRIDE'fwi returned'ii\ .k IIIII'llf $54
Added Protection for Kingsley LakeIn us; something'our own commissioner Broward Correctional. These new million In direct and Ihtllr et' clmotnlc
I seems to be unable to do. operations created 735 new jobs for In- benefits to state government, Glisson
mates at these Institutions.The said.
We attended all of the budget
workshops, and most of the recent total level of sales for 1989-90 was Established by the Florida
1888, George H. Heafford, Assistant has a history dating back to prehistorictimes. regularly scheduled meetings, and it $81 million, a $14 million Increase over Legislature In 1981, PRIDE is the first
General Passenger and Ticket Agent of It is perched on the eastern slopeof appears to us that Mr. Riddick asks the preceding) year, providing a cash prison Industry program in the nation
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Trail Ridge, the first part of the more intelligent questions, is willing to now of $6.7 million all of which was to be managed and operated solely by
Railway, toured the South with an excur- Florida peninsula to emerge above the answer more questions (even if It puts reinvested in expansion and modernization the private sector.

sion of Passenger and Ticket Agents of waters when the seas receded during the him in about an unfavorable light, and cares of the industries.
more than
people our own com-
America. On his return home he wrote to Ice Age (glacial epoch). Therefore, missioner.In .
the Bradford Telegraph singingthe believe thai Kingsley be
County geologists may
the case of the raise in ad
praises of Kingsley Lake after a the oldest and the highest perched lake in valorem taxes recently, Mr. Riddick our DER Grants Final Approval for Medical I

three-day visit with his father, a residentof Florida. It is also the most stable lake in opposed a 2 mill Increase, and thanks to Waste Incinerator in Hamilton CountyThe
the village of Kingsley on the north side the Northeast Florida lake region. Due to him we have a 1.5 mill increase,Insteadof

of the lake.Through. its many springs, both offshore and the higher figure.
need for a surgical waste In- medical waste per day as a first phase.
the courtesy of the Railway within the lake itself, it fluctuates very mistakes Mr. Riddick in the may but he have made cinerator (or crematorium) in Brad- After that phase is completed a second
past, was one of
Companies of Florida, these visitors from little. the "new kids on the block", and we ford County seems slimmer than ever phase that would increase the Incinerator's -

the North had the opportunity to visit The historical significance of Kingsley think that as time passed, he was will with DER the has announcement given final approval this week for that a would be constructed capacity,another Krantz said 70 tons,

many sections of Flonda, but Haeffordwas Lake is evinced by the fact that it was a ing to learn. huge facility In Hamilton County that The first phase of the incinerator will

most impressed by the beauties of part of the first plan for a cross-state ship If we could vote for him, we would. If will have the capacity to serve a Nor- be constructed: at a cost of $13 million
Kingsley Lake and its surrounding coun- canal as prepared by the Engineers of the he is as responsive to his own consti- theast Florida area within a radius of and should be operational in about a

try. He wrote: United States under an Act of Congress in is tuents), then as we he think is to his us (district and you is know he 250 miles. year, he said. Its smoke will be filteredto

the spring of 1829. This route, which a good bet if they don't re-elect missing him.A Ken Krantz president) of TSI reduce pollutant discharge to levels
"This glorious'sheet of water, began at the St. Johns River, thence Southeast of Orange Park, said this acceptable by the DER, he added.
almost circular in its outline and Black Creek and Kingsley Lake good word also goes to Commis- week that work will begin Immediately "I cannot convince people how good
about two miles In diameter, shone through then through other streams and lakes, sioner Ross Chandler, who also listens. to prepare the site In Jasper's Industrial the facility Is going to be or will be. The
on Park, miles
approximately 100
Andrea administrative how
Abrams hearing proved
and glistened in the twilight amid
River and the Gulf. from Starke.
into the Suwannee
it is. the
Peggy Kelly good As soon as facility Is up
the of the tall pines and
green foliage This route was later abandoned, J.D.Kelly The following Information Is quoted and running, most of the people will be
the lovely orange groves surroun- however, because of the expense of from a Florida Times-Union story on convinced how safe it Is and how good it
ding it, like a diamond in an emerald building locks to float ships across Trail Reader Speaks Out September 11:. Is for the community," Krantz said.

setting. Although I remained only Ridge. On Gun Control, "In May, Hamilton County Concerned "Waste would be accepted from
three days in that neighborhood, the And Primary Results Citizens filed suit against TSI,the city hospitals veterinarians and doctors offices -
location seems to be all that can be Kiqgsley is an important part of the of Jasper and the Hamilton County from within a 250 mile radius, he

desired by one in search of a BlacR;Creek Basin, being the headwatersof Editor, Telegraph: Development Authority, claiming the said. Much of that would be bed sheets,
climate. The soil is the North Prong where the St. Johns public was not adequately Informed of paper cups and plastics from hospitals
delightful pro- District Your editorial last week regarding negotiations with the development since regulations on what is considered
ductive, and with what is raised River Water Management the Lawton Chiles'Bill Nelson authority to bring the company to the Infectious waste have been greatly ex-
without difficulty i the expense of liv- recently agreed to purchase 6,444 acres of Democratic primary read like apolitical Industrial park. panded in recent ears, he said. Con-

ing is so small that I do not believe property through the CARL (Conservation endorsement rather than an "The Development owned trary to expressed public opinion the ,
and Recreation Land) program to in- analysis of the election outcome.I Authority burning of diseased body parts will not j
there is another place on the land at the park for which TSI has
American continent where so much sure the preservation of many en- would like to suggest that the usual secured a binder for purchase. But the make Krantz up said.a majority of the waste,

that constitutes comfort, health, and dangered species of plant and animal life, silent majority spoke out again regar- land subsequently was deeded to the ci-
can be secured with so and halt the loss of habitat by over- ding our constitutional right to keep and ty, which Is why the city was named In "The project's first phase) will
happiness in this bear arms without restrictions or the suit Lamar Royals, the citizens employ nearly 20 people. Under the
taking place any
small an outlay of money. development now restraints. For 200 we have ac- group president said yesterday (Mon- terms of the city contract, the company
'* area. cepted this and other years constitutional day). will pay nearly $8 million to the city of

That was high praise 102 years ago, and Kingsley.Lake, with its white sand bot- guarantees as birthrights and as one of "Until the hearing on the group's civil Jasper community over fee the, Krantz next 20 said.years as a host

still applies today, although the orange tom, and cool spring-fed waters is unique the reasons for this being the greatest suit tentatively scheduled for Oct. 24
nation on earth. much The had planned to build
believe it was s not we can do, company a
have disappeared victims of the ways. Geologists togoopposthere '
groves create ( approval. Royals similar Incinerator in Clay County, but
historic freezes of the 1890s. Now the by a massive sink hole in We will not be fooled into believing said). those plans were dropped when county
agricultural activities of the 1880s have prehistoric times, and its 2,000 acres of that we will be just as safe, just as officials said a special exception would
"He said he
the suit will
been replaced by military activities at water, reaching to a depth of 90 feet in secure, just as great, or just as free If block the closing hopes on the sale of the help industrial be needed to locate the incinerator in a
allow to take Green Cove "
Camp Blanding on the east side of the one location, shine like a silver dollar we of our constitutional government rights. away any park property to TSI., and that Springs industrial park.. .
from the air aviators the will be further in r:
lake and increased recreational activitles causing flying over company delayed
that have developed on the north, Camp Blanding to nickname it "Silver Secondly, I believe that the silent ma- obtaining a city building permit for the

west and south sides. Dollar Lake", jority has spoken out on the Issue of facility..
legalized abortion. "Krantz said there Is no legal reason
But the spirit expressed in Mr. Heaf- According to legend, it derived its the building permit can be denied, andit

ford's letter lives on, and today Kingsley name from an Indian War officer who, Let me suggest another Issue that I will be applied for when architectural Air mail were already in use
himself surrounded by Indians on believe strikes fear in the hearts of plans are complete.
Lake approaches another milestone In its finding In ,t,.. There ware three denominations -
the an old trail along the south side of the every conservative Democrat: That "Plans to build .
long history. It is being proposed for are a facility capableof ix cent 16 cent and 24
honor of being designated one of lake, had only one avenue of escape. He Heaven happen forbid to Lawton something Chiles debilitatingwill should he burning up to 70 tons of hospital and cent.The pictures, not surprisingly
which in- swam his horse across the two-mile were all of airplanes.
Florida's Outstanding Waters, be elected and Buddy MacKay goes In-
died it is. After months of preparation of distance from the south side to the west to the Governor's seat. Personally, I ". ... S .._-
of exhaus- believe that this Is going to hurt the :
an outstanding application which has side, where the animal died ..AnYOap fo
already been favorably reviewed by the tion. The lake henceforth. became known Chiles/MacKay any other issue. campaign more than I

Department of Environmental Regulation ns Kingsley Pond. ttti ig uplJ

it now faces a final hearing for approval Kingsley Lake is truly one of a kind, While on the subject of politics how : ,

by the ERC, (Environmental and the list of Outstanding Florida long do you think our County Commission v 0'swu loan.YL'auuaunJOnN: H Mil.I4tr .
Regulation Commission) at a hearing in Waters will gain another deserving will continue, to Ignore the voice of o .- .......... *
the people. In light of the recent '
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E. Black Strickland and the late Elizabeth III
(Beth) Strickland of .
Kingsley Lake. -- -
Dianne Black of Starke uj
the birth of a daughter, Maternal great grandmother Is Mrs. Mrs. Winifred Wedd.il .d;
Marion Moyer of Kingsley Lake.
born September 3,
i. r t. tr in Paternal grandparents are Mr.
: Gainesville.
She Honors
and Mrs. Joseph Valinski and paternal Reception
Ibs. 4 oz. rj
grandparents are nette great Stewart grandmother, all of Starke.is Ms. An- Winifred Waddell ;bOn
A. Kwiatkowski of
-- MI and Joseph E. Heather Nicole 90th Birthday A i,
Bithd; ; :
Happy The S.R.E.C. Center... Jr. of Toledo, Ohio. AlvarezMr. asA
grandparents are Mary
Mrs. Ruby Brown celebrated her Goth birthday friends. Black of Morristown, .and Mrs. Alvarez reception honoring Mrs. ;r-*
August z>, at the Suwannee River Economic Council Seated at far right Is son G. Black III of nounce the birth Gregory of their an- Winifred Waddell on the occasion of
II congregate dining room, with several j clients 'and. SREC Director Frank Camp. .Great grandparents Heather Nicole, born daughter aL her 90th birthday September 6, was
"' Seated at Ruby's right If H. Graff of Harrisburg, North Florida Aug. held Sunday, September 9 at the t*
Women's Center in
1. Black Blake of home of Mr. and Mrs. Comer SuggsiJ
Gainesville. She weighed 8lbs. 3
and joins a brother, Justin, 3. oz. on Mrs Hampton Waddell Lake.Is the mother of Mrs.a)
Elizabeth Maternal grandparents are Mr. Joyce Suggs with whom she resides 1,1'
I 1 EngagementsCynthia and Mrs.Donald Thornton of Starke. part of each month. At age 90 she is .d
Valinski Great grandparents are Mrs. Ann still able to visit with each of her ,]j
and and
Sequin Mr. Mrs. Wilburt "
four She
children each month.
Mrs. John Valinski of Thornton of Starke. I<.
makes her home in Lake with
announce the birth of Paternal i
grandparents are Rev. her daughter and son-in-law Sarah r'-j
Victoria Elizabeth :
and Mrs. Roman
Doyle, Alvarez of Starke. n.l
and Ted Johns.
born Aug. 21 in
Bradley StreetTo .She weighed 8 Ibs. 14 oz. Kathleen Great grandparents Alvarez are Mrs. Lee, a son, lives in Jacksonville
and Mrs. Doris
!! and another Maxie, lives
grandparents are F.W. son on
Wed 15 i
Sept. Starling.
Grandin Lake. '3
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olsen of \ Many friends as well as familyo
Keystone. Heights announce the members attended the reception and :h
engagement and approaching mar- I I brought gifts of love.A total of sixty':-,
riage of their daughter, Cynthia D. Events people were present and enjoyedti
r Doyle to Bradley G. Street, son of fellowship and refreshments.
Ms. Beryl Street and the late Gordon The family wishes to thank r S
Street of Leesburg, Fla. everyone for participating and mak- o
The wedding will be Saturday. Reunion Middleburg FestivalSet ing it a wonderful day to be ,.,
September 15, at 6:30: p.m. at the Sept. 15 remembered. The family of '
home of the bride's parents in for Oct. 20 Winifred Waddell. .1
Melrose.All of Silas and Emily .1
Clubs, organizations and churches
friends and relatives of the !< holding a family reunion
looking for a great fall fundraiser
couple are invited to attend. '-- Sept. 15, at the Kingsley Paula McKinney
Center 6110 can now reserve booths for thisyear's ,
-. ....... Deborah historic Middleburg Festivalon Steven Hall ...
George Mason,Tracy Rowan Tyliczka, will open at 12 noon; lun- Oct. 20.Approx. 10,000 people are Wed Sept. 8 *
Loren BooneTo expected to attend.
Anita be served at 1
Tracy Rowan, Wed Nov. 17 and friends are p.m.invited Arts and crafts booths are still Paula Elizabeth McKinney and ?
George MasonTo No invitations are being available for $25. Food concessionsare Steven James Hall were united in i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tyliczka an- To lack of addresses. Bring $10 for non-profit groups and$25 marriage September 8, at 4:30 p.m. >
Wed Nov. 10 nounce the engagement and ap- and plenty of food to for commercial vendors. at the home of the bride's aunt and ,
Bill and Harriet Roy of Olustee proaching marriage of their Mr. and enjoy. Come and have a This year's festival will Includethe uncle, Mr. and Mrs.Charle Hilliard. ;
Deborah Sue, to Loren ville,Jr. popular Hog Jog SK road race
and Mr. Donald Rowan of Grayson daughter with us. Call Jackie Mor- The bride was given in marriageby
the and Donald Boone son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton of for more informa and fun run, live entertainment her father Vincent McKinney.
Ga. engagement
announce marriage of their Earl Boone, all! of Starke. arts,crafts and historic exhibits anda Agnea Hilliard served as matron of
approaching The Is for Saturday riage of re-enactment of the Battle of Ban- .
Denise Rowan, of wedding planned honor and the best man was Charles
daughter Gainesville Tracy formerly of Starke to November 17. Carlton of UDC ning's Bridge.Activities for children J. Hilliard. Susan Tucker provided :
Cacclottl, will feature a pie eating contest,
George Daren Mason,son of Mr.and Set vocal entertainment to the gathered :
Elizabeth cer tournament, rides, a '
Mason, all of Did YouIlIln.KnOw pony guests.
Mrs. George D.
Gainesville.Tracy Is also the grand- Mr. Frank Weeks Chapter, UDC "Moonwalk", miniature golf and The bride was dressed in a blue (0

?rdaughtesoL.IMws! a ,JW.IW.aettp ,. \l; ?,... ,,..-the. son first fall meeting Mon other events. ... dress, complemented with red and r|
,,,,. ( liarl1. rnud npn.rt 17, at the home of ,white flowers.The\: groom was dress1,
'n ,!)1')1" a.p 1n1i'C 'r.ue &Iw v"A luia ;8h"1JS 'Io"J Jlloule ..o-1 The Thomas, 818 W. Pratt ed in grey with a white shirt trimmed -
:-ford/ ds aNlb18ra9FrtibylR9, Ef ;... f nwMt41a ,nUll l3cBradrord in
High School and in currently and is p.m. r ,Bazaar.Qe grey.
employed by Dr. Hugh B. Avant, To Celebrate70th Florida .7"1'H Canova will present At Presby. ChurchThe Rev.'JeaneMHarrls united the
and all members in marriage.A reception was
D.D.S., and Dr. Brian C: Decker, urges couple
D.M.A. in Gainesville.. Daren is a BirthdayFamily and bring a prospective First Presbyterian Church of held following the ceremony.
1987 graduate of Bucholz High members and friends are Florida employed in Starke will host a Fall Bazaar Sept.
School and is currently employed at invited to help Louie Belle Thomas The CH 21 and 22. The hours on Friday will Church Sets
Food Lion In Alachua. celebrate her 70th birthday Sunday be 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. Hours on
September Family Day Prog. )
The wedding Is planned for Saturday Sept. 23.Guest: United Sets Saturday will be 9 a.m. til S p.m.
November 10, at 6 p.m. in the will be received between 2 Sing There will be many handcrafts Chairpersons Mrs. Margaret ;
Carol Estates Baptist Church in and 4 p.m. at her sister's home, of the seasonal decorations, plants, Diggs and Mrs. Cynthia Barry ex- !
"will be in concert Sun homemade candles, cookies, _
Gainesville. Ethel Smith, on SR 225, Lawtey. jellies tend a cordial invitation to everyone
attend. Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. at Pine breads, and other goodies. There to attend the annual Family and \-.
Holiness will also be a "white elephant" Friend's Day Program to be held at
presenting musical .booth. New Hope Baptist Church, Old -
will be "Expressions of A dinner will be served both days. Lawtey Road, Starke. The program
TTHANK The dinner will consist of barbecued will be held Sunday,Sept.16,beginning :
Hodges cordially in- chicken and pork, green beans, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.Dinner will
to attend.The church potato salad, rolls and dessert. Cost be served. .
off U.S. 301, by Bradford of the meal will be $3.50. Rev.Jake Davis is pastor.

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: I Hampton Hilites I oElemetitary&hool- News... ;

J abou'tthese We are the best, that you can't
From Mrs. Ferguson: We're very Reed, Phillip Johns, 'Kelly Cason have a particular fascination deny.
Condolences... students enrolled. Working on the excited about the Writing to Read and Lynn Wallace. great giants of the past. Put us to the test and our
staff this Rick Program we've begun with out first Mrs. McKinne '. Class: We are Mrs. Tetstone's News: We send will shine
year are: Principal, brilliance
Sympathy is extended to the famI- graders. The purpose of this program and learn special.greetings to Billy Sanford
Ezell; kindergarten, Joe Watson; happy to be in school We're ready for a challenge any
ly and friends of local residents who Is to teach children to d and Ernest Bates. They recentlywere .
grade 1, Jean Clark and Lynda young ing now to In our new readers. oki time. .
died recently: Aug. 22, Annie Joyce Roszel; grade 2, Lynn Marshall; read through their own writing. All We hve been very busy reviewingour released from the hospital.Get Our man, Mr. Moore, Is a real'cool
Woods; Aug. 25. Ressie Dowling;, grade 3, Edith Shaw; grade t, Bill i first graders will go to the computerlab alphabet, color words, numbers better soon! We are thinking of you dude 'i,.- >r>,.
AUft. 29. Alberta Dell; Sept. 3, Meng; grade 5, Blossom Sprinkle; each day for approximately one and number words. We decoratedour both. Our year is off to a great start.We're Don't try to trick him, he can't be
iam (Dub) Carter. and stu-
hour. Here they will create their own all the enjoying each other
grade 6, Millie Kamlg; Chapter I, room and appreciate fooled. ,: ; .f
Welcome Home... Earselene Zimmerman; ESE, Alice sentences and stories using com- parents attending Open House. Our dying hard. Art Remember in life you all can succeed
Faye Waters; P.E. and Writing to puters along with paper, pencils and August birthdays are DeLancie Mrs. O'Brian, SES Music
Mrs. Ruth Riddick has returned Read,Steve Acree; and Prime, crayons.We Bass, Kyle Hannah, Ebony Wood, instruction, collected drawings from. And the groundwork at Southside
home following one week's vacationIn Claudette Frees; Media, Kathryn need volunteers to help out in Erika Northrup and Michelle our students last week. She Is something need. >
Corona California. While there Brooke; Speech, Pat Anderson; our classrooms. If you could give a Osborne. Happy Birthday I displayed them in the cafeteria for So listen you children and heed
she attended her high school class Guidance, Barbara Brown; Band, few hours a week, please contactme Mrs. Chandler/Mr. Woods News: Open House. The theme was what you hear my, -..;:/'.'.
reunion, another three class reu- Dirk Schmidt; Music, Carole ,- Mary Agnes Ferguson, at In September our classes,will be in- Favorite Things at Southside: Mrs. Make this one at Southside
nion, and a picnic with former Stevenson' Secretary Lucy 964- 8OO. Last year our volunteers volved in a science 'Unit on' ..O'Brian taught Art in the best your. ;v'v
classmates. She was the house guestof well hours to classrooms this week. It has been very yearl .'
Hodges; Para-Professionals, gave over 1,000 help dinosaurs. The unit will explore the SOUTHSIDE CHEER ';.1r. ,
friends while visiting and had a Deborah Donnerstag, Shellla our children. Have a great week! habitats, diets, types of mobilities many years since we've had an art Southside, Southside, Who 'Are/.''
most relaxing Henry Morgan, Sallye Scoggins, Margaret PTA News: Our annual Open and why dinosaurs are extinct.AU of teacher and we feel very fortunate to we? ;, #
Mr. and Mrs. Spell accompanied House and Book Fair have Mrs. O'Brian. The;children /
Wads worth; Cafegerla Manager, was a huge our students will enter a dinosaur The Best old school in the whole V
by their daughter and family, Ruth Paladino, assisted by Tina success. Thanks to those parents' exhibit in our school library. The. have been so excited! Mrs..O'Brian ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. William Muse, Shaun Kerschner and Betty Stone; visiting on Sept. 6. Our book fair students will have an opportunity to wrote a rap and cheer for Open county Others and others
and Brad, enjoyed a recent vacationto Custodial .Sidney Dell and Nurnell raised a large amount of free books explore the mystery of dinosaurs. In House and some of our' older may come may
the Pigeon Forge area. Their and materials for classrooms. students learned the rhymes' last- .
Williams., out the conclusion of our unit,we hope to goBut our Shark infested school just..
sightseeing Included visit to Six Southside Elem. would like to thankth offer a special educational oppor- week. They were performed after ,
steals the show!
Flags Over Georgia.Mr. Upcoming Events... following people for devoting tunity to the Jacksonville Museum. the PTA meeting for the'audience SOUTHSIDE Yea! !' ;>;
and Mrs. Danny Riddick many hours to working at our book There we will observe the dinosaur Read on I "
House at 4"
Open : Thursday p.m., Southside, Southside, Hip, Hip, ,
hosted Labor at their fair Lee the from old
a Day party : Anne Weare rappers
parents and guardians are invited to Dampier, Margaret exhibit. Our students are very ex- Hooray! $
Hampton Lake home. Among those meet the new principal, Rick Ezell, Boone, Lynne Jackson, Pam Thrift, cited about this science unit. They Soiirhside, J' .
attending were Joe and Ruth Rid and other faculty members. Shan Johns. Peggy Touchton.Sherri
dick and D.J., Dan and Cassie Volunteer OrientationHampton..

Charlotte LeVesseur, N.C.and, Mr.Brandi and!Mrs.Lyn Ray-of doing Community volunteer members work at interested the school in'' Starke Elementary School News I

mond Baxter of Hawthorne, Mr. and are invited to attend an orientation :, .
Mrs. Michael Mowry and Dale of ,
Lake City, Jolene Turner and Jaci of session on Thursday at 7 p.m. e/' to "Catch of the Day"students in Mrs.DeSha's The entire class made a 100 per-
that can purchase
Volunteers are a Importantasset Remember Student Coun- surance you test
very Dates to : worked cent on the first week's spelling
Florida and have
Hollywood Tonya They
to the school program. cil election, Sept. 14; School pic- protect your child while at school or We and enjoyed an ice cream treat as a
Klein of Gaineville. hard and done an excellent job.
while in certain school
Library Fund Raiser: This event 21.
tures, Friday, Sept. reward.
Paul LeVesseur of Lillian all who
like thank
would to parents
will begin on Sept. 20 with more in- Principal's! Message: For the sponsored activities. For more infor- CATS Class, K-S, Mrs. Gruen:
Alabama,has returned home follow- have sent snacks. This Is a wonderful -
mation call the school office.
formation being given at the Sept. benefit of our students, there are a Classes for Academically Talented
two week's visit with her classrooms.Mrs.
ing a to help our
First Start The way
Florida Program:
18th House. need the
Open wherein
couple of areas we Students are held at Starke Elemen-
mother, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre.Mrs. Reddish's 4th Grade Class:
Bradford County School Board is of-
School Pictures: Fall student pic- help of all parents. Getting Childrento tary. School. Students are bussed
JoAnn Graham returned Reddish and her 4th grade
tures will be taken on Thursday, School On Time.Children who are fering a program to families In our Mrs. from Southside, Hampton and
home last week from a seven week'svisit class would like to extend special
called the Florida First Start
Sept. 27. Interested community not riding a school bus,should arriveat county Brooker. They join Starke Elemen-
with her sons near Lansing, thanks to the following parents for
members are invited to attend the school between 7:30: a.m. and 8a.m. Program. It is designed to help builda ; tary students for one day of classes a '
Michigan. She was accompanied by photo session. The school can be con- Children who arrive after 8 partnership between home and providing a refreshing popslcle week. .
Mrs. Dorothy Miller. She enjoyed tacted for more information at a.m. are considered tardy ar>.4 are school. For more Information on this treat: Sheila Blackburn, Brenda Debra Astronauts In training is our first
golfing in Michigan. Griffis Kelll Luke,
call Mrs. Cindy
4681212. apt to miss out on important direc- program, unit. Students are learning an.,
David Meng has returned home We are asking for dona- "
DeValerio Bradford County School Stephens. '
September Birthdays: S, Daniel tions to begin the school day. which is awareness of space exploration
following nearly three weeks at tions for our Token Store,
Board, 964-6800 or 964- 89.
Scott Davis; 6, Jonathon Levi Making Provisions for Children'sLunches. with through hands-on experiments,
Alachua General Hospital where he becoming stocked
Rhoden'; 3, Christina Jean We have far too many September 7 was "Wear Your gradually cooking space foods, art, research
underwent and treatmentfor school clothes, toys,
surgery Crawford Favorite Tee-Shirt Day". Everyonewas supplies
11 Amanda school and
; Leigh Meng; children who arrive at and media experiences.September
received in to eat drink.On
injuries and things or
a Hampton 13 Shaun Muse Nicole Baker time the in the spirit and had a good games,
Lynn ; then have to spend on 28 is a big >day for
Lake boating accident. Sept.5,Cindy Kelly
Wednesday, provided
15, Erik Scoggins; 17, Hannah Marie telephone finding out about their time. delicious cookies for our class. 3,4,5th grades. They will travel to
Hampton Elem. School Ford; 23, Samara Beatrice Prevatt; provisions for lunch. It is Importantthat Second Grade News: All second Thanks! NASA at the Kennedy Space Center
24, Jose H. Diaz; 28, Kenneth all children come to school graders are working on learning Spaceport USA has a student educa-
School opened on Aug. 27 with 183 classroom rules and safety.Parents, Mrs. McClelland's class: Student
Varnes; 29, Tina Marie Newman. knowing about their provisions for tional program providing a varietyof
Recognition Catherine Vickery was
child learn to write
lunch. please help your !
science oriented activities. Our
Student School Insurance: Your and spell his/her home address. A selected Safety Patrol for the first NASA trip and exploration tour will

I 1990 Jackson Family ReunionWhile child portant should information have brought regarding to you Im-in- special congratulations goes to the six Catherine.weeks. Congratulations, be out of this Galaxy t 11 t :

Co-hosts for the occasion were
saddened by the death of Robert and Hilda Gaskins Jacksonof
Bill Jackson, we know we shall Keystone Heights and soninlawand Special Services Set at Faith Baptist Church I
always his last cherish the memory of sharing daughter, Dwayne and Beth Vicki Thomas Bride Elect Honored at ShowerVicki
Jackson Hardee and children Evan
The LWCI Training Building was Hardee, Ashley Moore and Karen Faith Baptist Church' in Lawtey preaching from God's word.We seek
the site of the annual Jackson family Larsen, all of Starke; Jim and Lane will be holding special services Sept. to promote truth, not entertainment.The .
reunion Sept. 2. Jackson Ross of Ocala, and Bob Thomas, Oct. 27 brideelectof filled with flowers of the bride's 20-23. Services will be at 7:30 p.m.on church is located one block off
Families and their guests presentwere Jackson of Gainesville.Bill Gordon Smith, was honored at a chosen colors. An assortment of Thursday and Friday, and Saturdayand U.S. 301, across from the post t office.
: Morris and Vela Jackson; miscellaneous shower September 8 delicious finger foods were preparedby information call .
(W.T., Sr.) and Ruth Jacksonof Sunday at 10 a.m. Visiting For more 7823106.7PiFie'stoitnge
Carl and Freda Jackson and sons Starke; Marc -and Harriett at Morgan Road Baptist Church. the hostesses and enjoyed by the pastor will be Elder Earnest Parksof
Vincent and Jared, all from Ocala. Hostesses for the occasion were guests.The .
Jackson and children Priscilla, Winston-Salem, N.C. Saturday'smeeting
Blake and Helen Jackson; Jeffreyand Monica and Eric, who reside in Mrs. Nancy Coleman, Mrs. Becky hostesses presented Vicki will be a special service
Susan Scoggins Jackson and Green Cove Springs; Bruce Jacksonof Thomassen, Mrs. Rhonda Varnes with a beautiful handmade white with preachers from all around
Gareth; Larry and Jessie Turner Starke and fiance Teresa Gulick and Mrs. Cathy Sapp. satin and lace wedding album as a Florida in attendance.
and children Lana, Rachel, and The refreshment table was memento of the occasion. .
of Keystone' Heights; Greg and The public Is invited to come hear
Karen, all of Starke; Terry and Pat- centered with a beautiful white swan .
sy Turner and children Pam and Elaine Starke.Jackson and Billy Jackson of ._.... .. .w. '. :".... J .
Lynne of Dothan, Ala.. ttii 'c.
., DonnIe and' .
Guests were Falcon + t 1 I. ,
Bill Scoggins of Starke.: Aft Pisgah-Plans FamtiyDuatProgramMt. :

Church News. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will be at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Please come
celebrating their church anniverout and join us on this occasion.Rev.
worship, fellowship and praise sary and dual day starting Sept. 19 George Hartsford, pastor. Temple .
Invitation Out featuring Mrs. Homer LIndsey from and 20 at 7:30: p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23 Starke, Florida

To All Ladies ; First Baptist Church of Jackson-
"Where Music and EntertainmentAbound"
Join OrganizationThe ville. ,
If you would like to Join this Need An Electrician?
Baptist Women's Organization meeting either as a group or indlvlduahy F I
of Hope Baptist Church would please contact the Call DAN WAINWRIGHT .
like to extend an invitation to all church office at 4734188. AU Types TUESDATLADIESNIGHT 11
36 Yrs.Experience
area ladies to join us on Thursday, Hope Baptist Church is located on 782-1077 Single&:3 Phase Roason&ly Workork.the
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RELIEF for 2-Way Players to Be Plus i Fcrnandina (.; same

E-P How! do you spell relief... R-E-W- post-game talk last Friday night In they gain experience are linebacker iMMl. Andy Goodowns No.85 210-12, wc-uk !i3, guards Phillip Crawford, No. 62,
Wildwood.Help is on the way.Coach James Daniels No.31, lfio-10; guard Probable defensive starters on the side linebacker Phillip Crawford, find Juson Norman No. 65; tackles
tiTia.t'8.J1tUKS! football? players seven who Bradford Hurse told the team at practice Mon- Josh Lewis, No. 66, 165-11; guard front seven for the season openerare No. 62, 195-11.and rover.back J'Uim. ('JH 't"n Manning, No. 76,and Shaun
both ways need. And that are is going day.But Dante Williams No. 60, 180-11( ; : Sam linebacker Wyatt Collins Harden, No. 12, 170-12. Jenkins No.75,215-11,and tight end
what the
Head Coach David Nurse help must come from defensive tackle Jonathan No. 53, 195-12; left tackle Jason Norman Probable starters in tho defensive Andy Goodowns, No. 85.
on this week. working young players Just getting their first Ferguson No. 63, 170-10; defensive No. 65, 180-12; right tackle backfield are cornerbacks Terry Starting In the backfield will be:
The. BHS football team held taste of varsity action. The coachesare end Larry Shannon, No. 80, 160-10( ;, Shauntel Houston No. 74. 195-11; Berry No. 9, 165-12 and RobertNichols qi i.iiterb ck Reggie Sheffield, No.
own with tough fast and its trying time.Exemplea. to develop them but it running back Joe Gordon No. 32, weak side end Clayton Manning No. No. 24, 130-12. and at safety II, if.5-12! ; fullback Robert Hanker-
Wildwood until the starter big 155-10; wing back and defensive end 76, 195-12; strong end Allen Jenftins, Eldrich Sconiers, No.41 185-12. son No. 23: 170-12; wing back Allen
simply of youngsters expected Gernard Williams, No. 33, 180-11, No. 13, 171H2,or Robert Hankerson the Jenkins
got too tired near the end of the third to the Probable starters on offensiveline No. 13, 170-12, and running .I' II
and the fourth periods. help team more and more as and cornerback Chris Snow No. 3, No.23.170-12; strong/side linebacker are: center Wyatt Collins No. bark Charles Boyd, No. 40, O.12..
The Tornado defense will Improve -- .. i
,Coach Hurse told the team In

Nassau Has Big USDA Choice Beef _

Throwing Game -BONEI 98 : / .

Nassau High of Fernandtna, com-
ing off a 34-12 opening win over
Nassau County rival West Nassau PORTERHOUSE. _
throws the football more than it
runs, Bradford scouts report.
"They will challenge us, I O
guarantee says Tornado Coach
Jerry Kaminski, who coaches the STEAKS Lb
defensive back and wide receivers.
The Pirates who gained 170 yardson
the ground against West Nassau
run from a strong power-I forma
tion, from the regular I-formation tto
and some from. the wingback posi

The Pirates should be better than m Prices In this Thompsonad
last year,when BHS won 36-6, when are good
they were young,Head Coach David Seedless
Hurse points out.Fernandina Monday,
features third-year 1 Sept. 10 thru
quarterback starter Ray Vannoh.
No.14,5-11.180-12.Vannoh Is a quality Sunday,
quarterback with a strong arm Sept.la6, GRAPES /
and an excellent passer the BHS ,
scouts say. He throws long and 1990. .1
Favor saes. O
receiver Is wideout ,
Cedric Gilyard, No. 22, 170-12 who
has excellent speed.Gilyard must be
watched on the deep curl,the fly pattern C
the post, and the fade.

Wing back Reggie Stewart No. 10, USDA Choice Beef lb. I
170-11, is also a pass receiver with ,
excellent speed. Stewart is the main
Pirate the pitchout offensive and reverse.running threat on LOiDOi BROIL OR :\

Up front the Pirate offensive line '
has good size, Is aggressive and TOP ROUND ROAST Jnaa ts nt
moves well BHS scouts say. The
tackles are Marcus Henderson No. '
75,6-2,270-11,and Pat Grace No.71,
6224011.The guards are Josh Lee
No. 65, 6-0 172-11 and Chandler $58
Hyatt No. 67, 5-11,175-12. Center Is
Jason Robinson No. 54, 511. Tight
end Is Van Stivers No.83,6-4,2112.,
Defensively Fernandina uses five
down linemen.Defensive tackles are Lb. /
big Marcus Henderson No. 75, 6-2.
270-11 and Lewis Williams, No. 71, A
5-11, 28012. Weak side end is Lang
Duffy No.32,5-10,160-12.Strong end
or Sam linebacker is Henry Byrd..
No. 52, 6-0, 17510.
Inside linebacker Jeff Simmons
Not 64,5-11,220-12,is the team's best

BHS hitter scouts and best say..defensive BHS must player block U.S. No. 1 20 Lb. Bag
Simmons to move the football says,. : ;
Coach'Hurse. '
Outside linebackers are Donnie
Stakes,No.30.5-10,250-12,and Craig WHITE POTATOES
Evans No. 44,511,16511.Cornerbacks .
are Fred Mason No.
34, 5-5, 150-11 and Pit Lebrun, No.
21, 5-10. 14511.
Free safety Is Keith Haywood No.. 99
24, 6-0, 14512. $2
Key to the 1990 Pirates are inside
linebacker Simmons and the speedof
the wide receivers, says Coach
.J. _
Hurse. ,.,-

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L.J. KITE. 19 seconds Weif parallel with laid thane South 88 degreet,33 minute and
W..I..., boundary. 420.01 fast; thence 12 tecondt Wett, parallel with the NOTICE
Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE North 88 degree., 33 minute and )2 'Southerly boundary of laid SW 1/4 of NE FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT CO. ho
I Legal Notices NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN pursuant to seconds East parallel with toil said 1/4 a diatonic of 181.50 feet to a set mod. application for SPECIAL to the
th* Summary Final Judgement of Southerly boundary, IO3.71 feet: thenc Iron rod, thence North 01 degree, 13 for....nllol) public tervlce.
Foreclosure entered In Kill co.., datad South 01 degree, 13 minute and 19 minutes and 19 seconds West parallel Brod'.,'J'County Board of Adjustment and on
September 10. 1990. that I will tall to th* seconds East parallel with Mid Westerly with Mid We,lrlt' boundary, 420.01 property that I I. cla.tlfled OR
highest bidder for oath In the lobby of boundary '420.01 fast to th* Point of feet: th.nc. North 88 dog..... 33mlnul. described belowt
NOTICE OF SALE Ihs Bradford County CourthouM In Beginning. .* and 12 seconds East parallel 4.76 ocr* portion of pored) No.
COURT OF FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to with toil Mid OWS4-0-00000 In Section/ 18 Township 7,.
IN THE CIRCUIT Stark. Florida commencing at 11:00 Above described parcel being conveyed Southerly boundary,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND the Summary Final Judgement of a.m. on th* 2nd day ot October. 1990. with a 60.00 foot_m.nt for Ingress 181.50 feet to th. Point of B ginning. Rang 22 East located on* mil. north of
COUNTY.FLORIDA Foreclosure?entered In this cat*. doted Subject/ to an easement for Hampton on th* wt side of County
FOR BRADFORD the following dcrlbd property a* Mt egret and utllltl..* detcrlbed a* Ingress
CASE NO 9O-223.CA September 10. 1990 that I will tall to the forth In th* Summary Final Judgement, follow: That part of tin Wetterly 60.00 and egrett over the Ea.I"'yI5.00 '_tthoreof. Road 122.
FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE highest bidder for cah. In tin lobby of to wit: feet of th* SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 ,lying Southof This proposed request for a Spedol'beeptlon
INC.. tin Bradford County Courthou In Lot B:A parcel of land containing 1.00 County Road 225 (formerly Slat Rood Above detcrlbed parcel being conveyed I I. ubect| to a public hearingto
Plalntllf. Stark. Florida commencing at 11:00 ocre, mar or !lass, and lying In the SW S-223)) of Section 12, Township 7 South with a right of ingress and egre** be held before Bradford County Zoning
v.. a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990. 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section II,Township Rang.21 East together with the Northerly over the following described parcel: Board on Monday, October 1. 1990.
DWIGHT H. BERRY and BARBARAA. th* following described property a* sot 7 South Range 21 East Bradford County 60.00 feel of the Southerly 390.00 fast Commence at an Iron pipe found at the at 7:00 p.m. In the Council Room of
BERRY; and BRADFORD COUNTY. forth In tin Summary Final Judgement. Florida; told parcel being mare particularly of th*Stt of NE 1/4.except the Weiterly' Northwest corner of Mid SW 1/4 of NE Stork City Hall 209 N. Thompson
FLORIDA to wit: described a* follow! 264.00 feet of told Section 1.. 1/4 and run South 01 d gras. 13 minutes Street Starke. Florida. The Zoning
Defendant lot No. 33-A parcel of land containing Commence at an Iron pip found at Lot 7; A parcel.of land containing 1.75 and seconds. East:along the Weiterly. Board will, make a recommendation to
NOTICE OF SALE 1.02 acres. mar or lets, and lying In th* the Northwest corner of Mid SW 1/4 of acre*, mora or I.... and lying In th*SW boundary thereof 73.96 feet to th* the Bradford County Board of Adjustment
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant laIk WV4 of Ih* SW 1/4 of Section 20. NE 1/4 and run South 01 degree, 13 I/..of tho NE 1/4 ol Section 11,Towmhlp Southerly boundary of the right of way who will take final action o* this
Summary Final Judgement of Township 7 South Rang 21 East Bradford minute and 19 seconds East along firs 7 South Rang.21 East Bradford County of County Road 225 (formerly Stat Road application at their regularly tcheduled
Foreclouire .nt.rd In thl. caw, doted County, Florida; said parcel) being Wetterly boundary thereof.73.96 fast to Florida; Mid parcel being 'mor* par- S-225)); thence South 88 degree!, 32 meeting on Tuesday, October 23. 1990
September 10. 1990. that I will Mil to the mar particularly described a*fallow: the Southerly boundary of the right of ticularly detcrlbed a* follows: minute and 11 seconds East along Mid at 7:00 p.m. In the Council Room of,
highest bidder lor coth In th* lobby of lot' 53 of River Bend Estates (an way of County Road 225 (formerly State Commence at an Iron pip found at Southerly boundary 829.59 feat to the Starke City Hall 209 N. Thompson
the Bradford County Courthouse In unrecorded subdivision) a* per plat attached Rood S-225)); thence South 88 degrees 32 the Northwmt corn.r of Mid SW 1/401 cenlerllne of a proposed road for.the Street Stark. Florida.,
commencing at 11:00: hereto and mad a part hereof, old !Point of Beginning (said rood being 30 Thoie or agencies
Stark. Florida minute and 11 seconds East along NE 1/4 and run South 01 degree, 13 person group
a.m. on the 2nd day of October. 1990. Mid Lot being conveyed with a right of. Southerly boundary 829.39 fast; thenc minute and 19 seconds East along the feet 'In width and lying 15 feet on each who have Interest In property adjacent
the following described property ot Mt lngru and egress over easements a South' 01 decree.. 13 minute and 19 Westerly boundary thereof 73.96 feet to skis of a centerllne detcrlbed a* to or In dos proximity to the proposed
forth In the Summary Flnol Judgement shown on plat olio being ubect| to ascends Eat, parallel with said Westerly th* Southerly boundary of the right of fallow). From Point of Beginning' thus site, or who have other evidence to present -
to wit: easements to Clay Electric Cooperative boundary, 820.27 last, thence South 83 way of County Road 225 (formerly Slat detcrlbed run South 01 degree, 13 should appear and be heard at tin
Parcel No. 8.: A parcel) of land containing me. a* shown on Mid plat. degree. 33 minute and 12 _d.W..t. Road S-225)' ); thence South 88 degree,32 minute and 19 tecond East parallel times and place pr scrlb d.Anyone who
1 00 acres, mar or less,and lying In Said parcel being further described a. parallel with the Southerly boundary minute and 11 tecondt East along Mid with sold Weiterly boundary 120.27t wlihe a verbatim transcript of thete
th. SE 1/4 of th* NE 1/4 of Sctlon 10. follow: Commence at the Narlhea.tcarn.r of Mid SW I/4 of NE I/4,a distance Southerly .boundary, 829.59 feat; thence to the .nd of laid centerlln proceeding shall be retpontlble for
Township 7 South Rang 21 East Bradford of raid WVi of SW 1/4 and run of 181.90 foot to a Ml Iron rod for the South 01 degree, 13 minute and 19 DATED this 10th. day of .September. their own arrangement
County. Florida; Mild parcel blng South 00 degree 37 minute and 18 Point of Beginning. From Paint of Beginning wands Eat parallel with Mid Wetterly 1990. Dorrell O'Neal
mor particularly dicrlbd as follow: seconds East along th* Easterly boundary thus described continue South 88 boundary 400.26 feet'to th* Point of RAY NORMAN, Zoning Administrative.
Commence at a found concrat monument thereof, 697.00 fast; thenc South degrees, 33 minute and 12 seconds Beginning. From Paint Beginning thus Clerk of tins Court Official
located at Ih. Northwest corner of 89 degree. IS minute and 49 secondsW West parallel with lat Mid Southerly detcrlbed continue South 01 degree, 13 By:Carol William., Dep.Clerk '/13.'1271'0 No.4311
said SE 1/4 or NE 1/4 and run North 89 ..t. parallel! with the Northerly boun- boundary. 103,71 feet to a et Iron rod; minute and 19 seconds East; parallel 9/13 2tchg 9/20;Cant.No..616 Control No.618e
raid WVi of SW 1/4. dl.tonc of
degree 39 minutes and 14 seconds dary of a thence North 01 degree. 13 minutes and with Mid W.st.rly boundary 420.01 feet;
tail along th. Northerly boundary 685.41 feel for the Point of Beginning.
throf 424.81 ft to tho centerllne of From Point of Beginning' thus dcrlbd .
an exxltltlng 20 foot rood; there South run South 00 degree, 37 minute and 18 .
21 degree. 12 minutes and 57 Meond cond* East parallel with sold Easterly : "
thence South 71 '.
429.04 feet
East 438.28 feet to an Iron rod sat at an boundary. ;
angle point In said c.nt.rlln.. ; thenc degree. 34 minute and 48 seconds
South 21 degree, 22 minute and 11 We.t. 105.03 feet; thence North 00
said eenterlln, degree 37 mlnut and 18 seconds
seconds East along
315.27 feet to a *et Iron rod; thence Wt, parallel with old Easterly boun- DEPARTMENT OF STATE
( 460.94 feet thence North 89d.grass.
North 71 degree, 52 minute and 43 dory ;
seconds East 292.43 feet to a sat Iron 13 minute and 49 seconds
rod thence South 86 degree 51 East parallel with Mid North.rly boundary
minutes and 20 wands East 181.45 feet 100.00. feet to th* Point of Beginn DIVISION OF ELECTIONS .-

to a .et Iron rod and th.Point of Beginn ing.
ing. From Point of Beginning thus ....rvlng therefrom an *amnt for
described continue South 86 degrees. Ingress and egre.over the Southerly 25 .' .

51 minute and 20 seconds East 171.50 feel. PUBLIC NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE
DATED mil 10th of September
feet to an Iron rod set on Ih* Easterly ...
boundary of aforakj SE 1/401 NE 1/4; 1990.

thenc South 00 degree., 14 minute and RAY NORMAN Under Florida law with disabilities the and '
55 seconds East along told Easterly Clerk of the Court persons physical elderly
boundary 270.00 feet to a et Iron rod By: Carol William.,Dep.Clerk those who are unable to read are entitled to'special assistance in
9/20 Cant.No.613
and 9/13 2tchg ;
56 minute
thence South 74 degree -
58 **cond. Wait 13000 fat; thence registering and voting. .
North 08 degree, 30 minutes and 44 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
seconds W.t. 316.65 feet to the Point of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Beginning.Reserving. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA fa SECTION 97.061 provides that such persons SHALL be

therefrom an *oment tin for CASENO:90230CAFLEET registered and receive assistance at the polls in casting their ballots.
Ingress. press and utllltl* over FINANCE AND MORTGAGE
Northerly 30 f..t thereof. INC..

Above with dcrlbd a right of parcel ingress) being and egress conveyed vi.plaintiff SECTION 101.051 and the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965'

over th. following described parcel: DARLA ROBERTS a/k/a DARLAS. provide that persons who are blind or unable to read may choose a person .

located Commence at th**at Northwest a concrete corner monument of tin ROBERTS to assist (other than an employer official of the voter's union), or have

NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of cold Section 10 and Defendant.NOTICE. OF SALE the help of two election officials in voting.
run South 0 degree. 07 minute and 19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
ascends East along th* Wtrly boundary th* Summary Final Judgement of
thereof 157.72 fast to th*Southerly Foreclosure entered In this cat, doted ..
boundary of th* right-ot-way of County September 10. 1990. that I will ell to the ABSENTEE BALLOTS; AVAILABLE '
\ Road 325 (formerly State Rood<< )4-325)' ): highest bidder for cash In the,lobby ot .' i . -j 't. .
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thence South 77 degree. 14 minute' and the Bradford County CourlhouM In !i f --. -. .. I .T .1. ..': : : .I
19 second*" East along Mid Southerly Stark. Florida commencing at 11:00 Any registered voter who cannot go to Yhi; polls without assistance '' ,.se
boundary. 405.77 feet to tin centerlln., a.m. on th* 2nd day of October. 1990
of an xltlng rood for Point of Beginning the following described property a* set from another person may request an absentee ballot from the Supervisorof

(said rood being 60 foot In width and forth In the Summary Final Judgement Elections by mail telephone or in personFor
lying 30 feet on each lido of a cenlerlln to wit:
described a* fallow): From Point of, A parcel!of land containing 1.39 acre*.
Beginning thus described run South O/ mora or 1 lw, and lying In the NE 1/4 of full information on aids available for the elderly and
degree, 07 minute and 19 econd the NE 1/401 Section 10 Township 7,
Eat, parallel with the Westerly boun. Rang 21 Eot. Bradford County Florida: handicapped at registration and polling places, call the office of your
dory of said NE I/4 of NE 1/4.a dltanc old parcel being more particularly -
of Elections.
of 378.18 feet; thence South 15 degree. described a* follow: county Supervisor .
15 mlnut. and 41 Mcond West 374.65 Commence at a concrete monument
feet; thence South 20 degree. 44 located at tin Northwest corner of raid
minute and 49 seconds East 333.96 feet NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and run South 00 FOR
to th* end of Mid 60 foot rood and lbs degree. 07 minute and 19 .econd
beginning of a road 20 feet In width and Est along the We.trly boundary
lying 10 feet on each aids of cold thereof 1163.36 feet to a Ml Iron rod forth '
centerlln, thence continue South 20 Point of Beginning. From Point of Office of the Secretary of State, Division of!Elections, has I

degree. 44 minute* and 49 tecondt Beginning thus described continue South installed a telecommunications device for the deaf that will give the hearing !
Eat along said centerilne. 30.. feet; 00 degree;07 minutes and 19 seconds :
th.nc.South 21 degree, 12 minute and Est along raid Wtrly boundary. impaired important voter and election information. The telephone number
57 Mcond Eot 438.28 fet to a sat,Iron 165.70 feet to a concrete monument is 904/488-7690. ,
rod: thence South 21 door22 located at the Southwest corner of raid
minute and 11 seconds Est 313.27 feet NE 1/4 of NE 1/4; thenc North 89 I f
to a point at the end of raid cenlerlln degree. 55 minute and 14 ..cond*
and on the Northerly boundary of a 30 Est along tin Southerly boundary of CLOSE OF REGISTRATION
foot rood; raid 30 foot rood bound on the/ raid NE 1/4 of NE1/4. a dlttar.ee of .
North by th* following dmcrlbd lln*: 424.81 feet to the centerlln of a 20 foot

From lost raid point run North 71 private graded road; thence North 20 You must to vote 6 1990 to vote in the
by August
degree, 52 minute* and 43 seconds degree. 44 minute and 49 seconds register ,
East along Mid Northerly. boundary. West, along raid cntrllna. 30.88 fast September 4 first primary or the October,2, second primary. You must
29243 feet to a sat Iron rod; thenc to a point at th* beginning of tin
South 86 dogr.... 51 minute and 20 centerllne of a 60 fool wide County, grad- register by October 8 to vote in the November 6 general election. '

econd East,along Mid Northerly boundary ed rood:thence run South 69 degree, 15
352.95 feet to an Iron rod Mt on minutes and 11 ascends West 30.00 feet .
: tin Easterly" boundary of aforesaid SE to an Iran rod sat on tin Wlrly boundary Jim SmithSecretary
1/4 of NE 1/4 and and of raid 30 foot of tin right of way of raid road; .of State
rood. thence North 20 degree 44 minute
DATED this 10th day of September, and 49 seconds West along lat raid
1990. Westerly. boundary. 157.53 feet to a Mt
RAY NORMAN. Iron rod. thence South 89 degree. 55
Clerk of the Court minute and 14 seconds W.... parallel
By:Carol William Dep.Clerk with Mid Southerly boundary. 330.38
9/13 atchg! 9/20;Cant No.612 ft to tin Paint of Beginning.
Retervlng therefrom a right of ingress
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. and egre. over the Westerly 10 feet of ELECTDemocrat
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND that part lying within. Privat Graded
CASE NO::90-M1-CA DATED thl. 10th day of September. -

INC.. ,
Clerk. of the Court
Plaintiff.. !By Carol WlUlams Dep.Clerk
v .
,I 9/13 2tchg./20; Cent.No. 614 ARTHUR GASKINSt
CASE NO:90-222-CA

.Plaintiff.... a County Commissioner District 2
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: GAINESVILLE'HEARING It's time for everyone to get very serious about who you select to be your next County ,

AID CENTER Commissioner. Every decision that is made on that board affects you; more now than ever before.

WILL BEAT. Years ago pulling a ditch and grading a road was the biggest thing. and though still very important

MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE it is only one of many things a commissioner does for you.. .

J21 E.Cut Strrd Searching out information and making the right business decisions is going, to make: the difference

On the second Wednesday of each month today. I have owned and operated a'successful business' for the past 22 years. I think my. business

l: o-3 :30 p.m. experience can help Bradford'County.

FREE HEARING TEST N .> Your Vote and Support October. 2nd Will Be, Greatly Appreciated.

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ed parcel: ... .... and 33 seconds
36 minutes
.... forth In the Summary Final Judgement, Commence at a concrete monument .
Legal lost parallel with the Southerly boundary
to wit: located at the Northwest
ROBERT S. HOUSE and BARBARA corner.1 old
WeddingPortraits" ... _._._-"- HOUSE; and BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, lot No.48-A parcel of land containing NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 and run North SB of Mid NW I4of SW 14.0
; .> Inc., 1.00 acre, more or.less, and lying In the degree. 16 minute. and 43 seconds distance of 3I7.W fett: thence South 34
,:trtistic.J;>(' NoticeIN Defendant NW 1/4 of the SW'1/4 of Section 12. East, along the Northerly boundary degrees 03 minutes and 46 seconds
East 'r.60 loot tho boundary
'P NOTICE OF SALE Township 7 South Range 21 East Bradford thereof 30.0 feel to the cenlerllne of an
til the of Mood
;"tograp iy County. Florida said parcel beingmore milting road for Point of right WOlf of County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to : Beginning/ (told 227 (formerly Slot Rood 227)) and the
lh. Summary Final Judg.mnt of particularly described o.follow: road being 60 feet In width and lying end of MM centerllno.
here ; 9lvarez.,--...... THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. Foreclosure entered In this COM, doled The South 132.00 feet of the North 30.0 feet on each side of a centerline DATED this, 10th day ol September.
New LocaHnn EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND September 10. 1990.that I wlll..lllo the 924.00 feet of the East 330.00 feet of the described at follow' ). From Point of 19911.
Downtown-132 R.CaU SI.ea.......from FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA highest bldd.r for cash In the lobby of Wet 390.00 feet of aid NW 1/4 of SW Beginning thus described run South 01 RAY NORMAN
MllchnimVug.) CASE NO:90-253-CA the Bradford County Courthouse In 1/4. degree, II minute, and IB tecona*
fhnn 964-8077 UuKlnow'..,,.964-2184 FLEET'FINANCE AND MORTGAGE. Stark. Florida commencing at 11:00 Above. described parcel being conveyed East. parallel/ with the Westerly boun. Coral Clerk of, the CourtBy
INC.. a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990 with the right of Ingress. egress dary of Mid NW 1/4 of SW "". a : Williams Dep.Clerk
Plaintiff, the following described property M set and utllltle over the following decrlb distance of 1297.39 feet:thence North B8 /I32tehg 9/20;Cant.No.611
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REAL PIT WITH SONNY'S must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before t 964-5764 o' \
BAR-B-Q 4p.m.each Friday afternoon.Fill in all the blanks with either :,
the name of the team you think will win or"tie"if you think Stok..fla.
the game will end in a lie.The person who picks the most l
names right will win the top prize.In Vhf Y
Phone: 964-8840 230 N. Temple Ave. case of ties,we will use the total points scored in the :
Starke. Fla. Bradford High School game each week(except the Tornadoes
open week in that case,we will use the Gator game)as a
tiebreaker.Please fir in the points you think will be scored by
Bradford County the Tornadoes(Gators)and their opponent combined in the
tiebreaker blank.For instance if the score in the Tornado TEAL TILE
GUN & PAWN game was Tornadoes 19,Opponents 7,the correct score was
k Manager-RAY 26 points. & CARPET INC.

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Legal elude any school building or any tchool' 'Ii'. ,.\. I."in., ........,""_' "" ., > < .-'v'n. ;' : .9; ; .:
premises; any vehicle used to transport .n. ... ..' J'" : .
student to and from school! and school '," ::: :
activities off school property during any .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 32400.00 IN UNITED =btAltS CURRENCY school-sponsor.d or school-opproved '

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR activity event or function such a* field .
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Defendant. trip or athletic event, where studentsare
CASE NO.: 90.313.CA WARRANT OF ARREST IN REM under the jurisdiction of the School
Plaintiff : THE UNITED STATES MARSHALFOR A* a condition of employment each NOTICE OF TXINCREASE I
v.. THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF employee shod notify his or her uper
IGNACIO. O. ALDERETTE and FLORIDA. visor of hit or her conviction of any
DEBORAH M. ALDERETE. hit wiU GREETING: criminal drug nature far a violation oc-
Defendant Whereas on August 28 1990 the curing In the workplace no later than 5
NOTICE OF ACTION United State of America filed a Com days after such conviction. An employeewho
TO: DEDENDANT: plaint for Forfeiture In Rem (the "Com violate the term of this policy may I
IGNACIO ALDERETE plaint") against 32400.00 In United be non-renewed or his or her employment .
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNAND State Currency (hereinafter' the"defendant" may be suspended or terminated. "
of law However at the discretion of the School
ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ), for the violation
enumerated In old Complaint. Board such employee may be allowedto The .
:: of
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to NOW. THEREFORE you are commanded satisfactorily participate In and complete City ,
foreclose on a mortgage on the following to take the defendant Into your may be allowed to satisfactorily
property In Bradford County Florida: possession for safe custody by taking actual participate In and complete a drug
A parcel of land In the SE 1/4 of Sec- possession thereof or If actual abuse assistance or rehabilitation pro. has tentatively adopted a
approved by the School Board In
lion 7, Township 7 South Range :22 East possession I I. Impractical by affixing to gram
lieu of a non-renewal suspension ter.
the property In a conspicuous place a
Bradford County being more
particularly' described, at follows:: copy of this Warrant and of the Complaint mination. Sanction and disciplineagainst to increase its'
employee. Including non- measure
Commence at the NE corner of said SE and by serving a copy of this War.. renewal suspension and termination
1/4 and run South 08 degrees 43 rant and of the Complaint upon any person hall be In accordance with prescribed
minutes 30 seconds Wr 1 the occupying same, or, by potting the
District procedure and shall be
North line of said SE 1/4 a d.Iolle01 property with this Warrant and your commenced within 30 day of receiving/ property tax levy' by ,
1503 ,feet lo the Point of' Beginning.From Identification and conducting property notice of an employees conviction.
Point of thus described, with this Warrant and your Identificationand
Beginning Within 10 day of receiving notice of an.mploy.
run thence South 0 degrees 30 minutes conducting o full Inventory of the ..'*conviction In violation of this 4.493
East a distance of 1621/2 feet too point; content thereof If the property I I.vacantor rule, the Superintendent shall notify the percent.All .
thence run North 81 degrees 15 minutes you or. granted permission to enter State and Federal Department of
54 seconds West along a county rood and take and Inventory by any person Education.
right-.f.woy IIn. 148.14 feel to the occupying the tame and to detain the A drug-free awareness program I I.
Easterly right of way line of State Road same, In your custody until further hereby established, and It to be Implemented
No. 200 (U.S. Highway 301)): thence run Order of this Court to answer sold Com by the Superintendent to Inform
Northeasterly along said Easterly rightof plaint. employee of the danger of drug
way line with a curve concave Northwesterly YOU ARE further commanded for. abuse In the workplace, of the School concerned citizensare
said curve having a central thwith to cite and admonish the owner Board'policy of maintaining a drug-free
angle of 01 degree 07 minutes 47 and/or possessor of the defendant and workplace, of available drug counselIng -
seconds, a radius of 7099.6 feet and a any person or firm known to claim any rehabilitation and assistance programs invited to attend
chord bearing a distance of North 12 Interest therein to fine In the U.S. and of the penalties to be Imposed a .
degrees minutes 53 seconds East 140 District Court Middle District of Florida upon employee for drug abuse violations
feet to the North line of said SE 1/4; Office of the Clerk United State Cour- occurring In the workplace. A* a
thence run North 88 degrees 43 minutes the Jacksonville, Florida 32201, part of this program all employee and public hearing on the tax
30 second East along sold North line of vittt, .un ((10)) days following receipt of applicant for employment' shall be
the SE 1/4 a distance if 188.7 feet to the this Warrant a Verified Claim In accor given notice of the School Board'policy
Point of Beginning.has dance with Rule C(6)( ), Supplemental regarding the maintenance of a drug. increase to be held
been filed and you are required to lies for Certain Admiralty and free workplace. on
serve a copy of your written defenses "If arltlme Claim, and to therewith or 9/6 3tchg 9/20
any on Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., plalntiffi thin twenty((20))day thereafter file an NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
attorney whose address it P.O. Box ewer or other responsive pleading tome REGISTER Tuesday September 18
938. Starke. Florida 32091 on or before Complaint a copy of which you hall FICTITIOUS NAME ,
September 21, '1990 and file the original supply with this Warrant and to serve Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida I
with the clerk of this court either before' copies of the said Claim and Answer Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
service on plaintiff attorney or Immediately uPon the United State Attorney. Post undersigned' Stan and Scarlet Ham 1990 at 7:30: P.M. at .
thereafter; otherwise a Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida mond P.O. Box 1251, Slarke, Florida ,
default will be entered against you for 32201 ATTN: Paul I. Perez, AssistantU.S. 32091 |joint owners, doing business '
the relief demanded In the petition. Attorney and that upon failure of under the firm name of S and S Credit City Hall 209 N.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this the owner possessor or any party claimIng Collections, Starke, Florida 32inH, Intends ,
court on this 31 day of July. 1990.RAY an Interest In the defendant to do so, to register said fictitious name
NORMANBY that the defendant may then be forfeitedto under the aforesaid statute. '
: Carol William the United States .by default and Dated this 20lh day of August A.D., Thompson Street t' : '
Deputy Clerk without further notice or hearing!. 1990 In Bradford County. .
8/23 4lchg 9/13 AND YOU ARE further commanded to ., .
make your return upon this Warrant to STARKECHURCH Starke FL. ;.J: 1,
PUBLIC NOTICE this Court within thirty ((30)) day. ,
Th. Bradford County School Board DAVID L. EDWARDS OF GOD ,
Starke, Florida will hold a Public H.ar. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 412 N. St.Clair f 64-544S
Ing on Its policy regarding certification MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDABy poslor: David Floasant "r.oo '
of Substitute Teachers, Non-degreed : Patricia A. Small .,. .
We Invite to worship with ut
Vocational &Adult Teacher en October Clerk you .. .
Deputy .... *** W -
8,, 1990, 7:00 P.M., In the School Board Nursery r '
9/6 3tchg" 9/20 oi I,
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582 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, ". nUnS Worship ..-___..__.__ 11 ass ,.,. ." .. .. I .. .. .Mrf..,3 r: >
PROPOSED AUDI I ION TO Evening Service ...-.??._.___ Florida. SCHOOL BOARD RULES Youth .......-_._...... 730pm
Copies of this document may be obtained the tax
WORKPLACE on proposed
at the Bradford School Board Office DRUG-FREE
*, Monday through Friday. ((3.136)I )
(I) Come Worship With Ut ,,
Stephen W.McLeod
employee of the School Board hall increase and the
Assistant Superintendent 9/6 3tchg 9/20 manufacture, distribute, dispense, BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH budgetwill
posses or use on or In the workplaceany Corner of Pratt and ChristianSun.

UNITED STATES alcoholic or auditory substance visual any or mental Intoxicating School 9:45 am be made at this

DISTRICT COURT altering chemical or substance or narcotic Sun. Morning WorshlplltOO am
MIDDLE DISTRICTOF drug hallucinogenic drug amphetamine Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm
FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE barbltuate, mariJuana| or Wed.Night Service 7:00 pm
DIVISION any other controlled substance,a*defined hearing. '
Case No.90-758-CIV-J-16 by Federal or State law or rule,or any Pastor Ronald Hannah ii
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA counterfeit of such drugs or substancesall Asst. Pastor John Leshuk 0
PI anti". being collectively referred to a*
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September 13, 199G '"ELKGKAPII!: Page IIA

loot to on Iron stake thence South arc length of 2'2:23 'feet and a chord '
authorized dPut... will
NoticesIN Clerk of th.. Circuit Court sail me properly
tv-34'50" West, a distance of 202 feet to bearing a distance of N 44"07'loT W, In Bradford Florida
Carol William Clerk situate County
By: Dep.
an Iran ttoke; thonea South 126'90" Lost 252.16 feet; thence leave told ROW line
FRED H. KENT Ml described at:
a distance of 179.43 feet to an Iron and run N 431 B'16" E, 369.00 feet;
Lot Six Block 1, Shady Oaks Subdivision
Florida Bar No. 327042
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Defendants.NOTICE poke; thence' South Bv-43'IO" East. thence run N 64MV16" E, 675.00 feet;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OF SALE Kent, Ridge 8 Crawford dlstanca.f 204 feet to th.. point of beginning. thence run N 3riri6"E, 384.66 feet too at per plot thereof recorded In Plat
29 of the Public Records ofBrailfwd
229 Water Sulta'lOO Book 3, Page
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Notlc I I. hereby given that pursuant Street point In the center (line of a 100.00I
CASE NO:9O-2J3.CA to an order or a final Judgement of Jacksonville, Florida 32202 WITNESS my hand end the seal I of thl. Clay Electric Coop Inc. ROW easement County Florida :
the and best
RANDALL S. MARTIN and foreclosure entered In the above- ((904)) 358-1000 Court on September 10 1990. for Power Transmission recorded In at public outcry to highest I
bidder for cash at the hour of 12.00
KIM B. MARTIN hi. wife captioned action I will tell the. property Attorney far Plaintiff RAY NORMAN ,MIc. Book 19, page 191 el the Public
o'clock Noon on September 26 1990 at
Plaintiff. situated In Bradford County Florida. 9/13 2tdhg/20j Cant.No.610 Clerk of the Circuit Court Record of sold County: thence run S the front door entrance of the Bradford

v*. described a*: Iy:Carol William, Dep. Clerk 30*56'44" E. along sold easement
Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
JACK F. HILLOCK and 'Lots 2 and 3 of Block 2. SOUTH GATE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF THE Julia Sullivan Water, Eso. centerline 650.00 feet mar or lest to the County

LILLY M. BULLOCK hit wife. REPEAT per plat In Plat Book 3. Page 1, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.AND HOLLAND KNIGHT Centerllne run of The Sampson River; Dated: August 9, 1990 Richard L. Cox Jr.

Defendant. In Section 33 Township 6 South Rang FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA ....0. Box 1288 thence. run SWIy along said centerllne United Slots Marshall

NOTICE OF SALE 22 Lost Bradford County. Florida.at CASENO.:90144CAFORTUNE Tampa, Florida 33601 1350.00 feet more or less to the Ely ;
Middle District of Florida
Notice I* hereby given that,'pursuantto public *ol.. to the highest bidder SAVINGS BANK. 0 39793F 0132NFS:223 ROW line of said County Rood No. C-225 { ,

on order or a final |udoement of for cash In the lobby of the Bradford corporation OCQWIIIMQ and 9/132lchp9/20;Cont. No.610IN and a point bearing S 46-4l'44" E, from Ralph J. Lee
foreclosure entered In the above. County Courthouse In 5tar ., Florida at existing under the law of the POB; thence leave told centerllne

coptloned action, I will ..lithe property 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day, of October the State of Florida formerly.' THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH and run N 46'41'44" W, along told Ely Assistant United Slates for Attorney Plaintiff i iAttorney

situated In Bradford County, Florida; known a* Guaranty .Federal JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND FOR ROW 325.00 feat moro or less to the
1990.WITNESS 08/23 4lchg 9/13
detcrlbed a*: my hand and official seal. this Saving I Loon Association of BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA POB.
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A parcel! of land lying In the SC 1/4 of 5th day of September 1990. Gainesville, CASENOt8o3S2CAFIRST Subject to an easement to Clay Electric -- -

Section 7. Township 7 South. Rang. 22 RAY NORMAN Plaintiff UNION NATIONAL BANK OF Co-Op Inc. for power ROW across th* IN THE CIRCUIr(OUR r. HOHfH

East Bradford County Florida; laid Clerk of the Circuit Court v*. FLORIDA a national' banking association .Ely 50.00 feet of the above describedtract. JUDICIAL (IKi till IH Alit) I"JII

parcel being more particularly detcrlbedai ByCarol Williams, Dep.Clerk ROBERT A. WARD. 422-S64S2. assuccessor BRADFORD -UM.Y. flOKIDACase
follow: FRED H. KENT. Id DEBORAH KAY WARD. 267-92-1060. by merger to Florida National Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying In Sections tilt /'lrI'I(I 4Mi"

Commence th.SE 1 14 of Mid SE 1/4 Florida Bar No. 327042 FLORIDA BANK BOARD OF COUNTY Bonk/Stork, 32 and 33. Township 6 South IN RE: Th. Estate ..I

and run South 88 degrees 30 mlnutei Kent Ridge 6 Crawford COMMISSIONERS. BRADFORD COUNTY Plaintiff, Range 21 East and In Fractional Section JANNIECHRIbfINK! "I'AIKK rf ,

West along the Southerly boundary 223 Water Street Suit. 900 DehncbI.. vs. 4, Township 7 South Rang. 21 East being Deceased.
thereof 1 1 23 feet to an Iron itake forth Jacksonville Florida 32202 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE SAMPSON LAKE FARMS. INC etc.el bounded on the North by the North NOTICE OF/ !..;/' "' -i, I

.. point of beginning. From point of ((904)) 398-1000 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to el.. line of the South M of Section 33; bounded The admlnislru" ,

beginning 1hu described continue Attorneys for Plaintiff a Summary Final Judgement of Def-.lanta. on the West by the Sampson City JANNIE CHRISTINE "-"IHIC.K. .!,," .t., 'I

South 88 degree 30 minute.W..t along 9/13 2lahg 9/20; Cont. No. 608 Foreclosure dated September 10. 190. AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE County Graded road; on the Southwestby Cote No. 90-75-CP ((1.4:2041.I : ) 11 i-".1'.V MI

old Southerly boundary. 225 feet to on and entered In Cow No. 90-144-CA of Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant Stato Road No. 225; on the East by the Circuit Court for Bru.ll'.irl Giuniy

Iron tako; thence North 0 degree 30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the Circuit Court for Bradford County. to a Content Final Judgement of lake Sampson; and on the South by the Florida Probate Division the address of

minute West parallel with th..Westerly JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Florida wherein Fortune Saving Bank to Foreclosure entered hi the abova- Sampson River. which Is Bradford County Courthouse

boundary of sold SE 1/4. 459.SOt; BRADFORD COUNTY: FLORIDA the Plaintiff and Robert A. Ward. captioned action I will tell the property LESS AND EXCEPT: All ..,.Itlng road Starke, Florida 32091. The name and
thence North 88 degrees 16 minutes CASE NO: 89-594-CA Deborah Kay Word Florida Bank Boardof situated In Bradford County describedIn and Right of Way Said land contain address of the personal representative

East, 223 feet; thence South 0 degree 30 FNB PROPERTIES, INC., a Florida County Commissioner, Bradford Exhibit "A" at public tale, to the ing 237 acres, more or less, are locatedIn and of the personal representative's attorney .
minute East, parallel with sold Easterly Corporation, County are the Defendant, I will cell I to highest and best bidder for cash, at the Bradford County Florida. are set forth below.

boundary 46CU2t point of beginn- "Plaintiff th* highest. and best bidder for cash at Bradford County Courthouse In Stark. Dated this 10th day of September, Interested persons are required to

ing. Th* Northerly 23 foot of the obov.d.scrlb.d .- v*. the East front door of the Bradford County Florida at 11:00 a.". an September, 1990. file with the Court WITHIN THREE MON.

parcel being ubect| to a JAMES VERNON SLADE and BARBARA Courthouse Stark. Florida at 11:00 1990. RAY NORMAN THS FROM THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA
a.m.on the 4th day of October 1990. the TION OF THIS NOTICE I
perpetual easement for Ingress and JEAN EXHIBIT A: Clerk of the Circuit Court :
grass; TOGETHER with a perpetual SLADE his wife; et ol., following described property a* tt forthIn Parcel: A tract of land situated In the. By: Carol Williams Dep. Clerk ((1))all claims against the estate and ((2)) I

easement for Ingress and egress from told Final Judgement: South Vt of Fractional Section 33 NATHAN D. GOLDMAN ESQUIRE any objection by any Interested personto
U.S. 301 along on unplatted read known Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE A parcel of land lying In the SW 1/..of Township 6 S. Range 21 E. and In Fractional 200 Laura StreatJacksonville whom notice was mailed that

a* Faulkner Road. Notice I I. hereby given that, pursuant SE 1/4 of Section 26 Township South. Section 4. Township 7 S, Range 21 FL 32202 challenges the validity of the will, the I

at public sale, to the highest and best to an order or a final Judgement of Range 22 East Bradford County Florida E. laid tract being more particularly 9/13 2tchg 9/20; Cont.No.567 qualifications of the personal representative .

bldd.r for cash In the lobby of the Bradford foreclosure entered In the above- aid parcel being mor particularly described a* follow: .. ,v.nu.or Jurisdiction of the Court. '

County Courthouse, In'Stork., captioned action I will sell the property described at follow: Commence at a concrete monument UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT '
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 26th day of situated In Bradford County. Florida. Commence at the SE corner of told SW the NW comer of Fractional Section 4 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED. j
September 1990. described at 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run North 2W West and run N W3TO6" E. along the North JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Publication of this Notice has begunon

Witness my hand and official Hal this Block On. (1)) In Hampton Section 19 along the Easterly boundary thereof a line of said Fractional Section 4, a Court No.90.251-Clv-J-14 August 23rd, 1990. "
5th day of September 1990. Township 7 South Range 22 East Brad distance of 188.43 feet to the Northerly distance of 251.43t to the Ely ROW UNITED STATES OF AMERICA JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR.
RAY NORMAN/ ford County Florida.: Together with all boundary of the right of way of Stato line of County Road No. C-225; thencerun Plaintiff Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P. A. ,

Clerk of th*Circuit Court Improvements, fixture or appurtenance Road 230; thence North 89-43'10" West 51''' along sold. ROW (line with a P.O. Brawer938Stuike.

By: Carol William.Oep.Clerk *now or hereafter erected or along told Northerly boundary a curve concave NEfy said curve having a VS.THOMAS L. JONES and Florida 32091 ;
7/19 2tchg 9/20 existing upon the mortgaged property distance of 400.34 feet to. concret central angle of 2535'34" a radius of ANNIE MAE JONES. ((904)) 944.5700 I

Control No. 604 Including all power system, plumbing monument; thence North 2OS' West, 2814.78 feet, an arc length of 1257.97feet Dedandants.NOTICE. Attorney for personalroprosoniulivi j
heating 'air conditioning, fence, parallel with told Easterly boundary a and a chord bearing and distance of OF SALE ,
machine fixtures stored distance of 440.05 feet to an Iran stoke S 33-S3-47" E 1247.14 feet to Stat. ,
appliances a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant
for point of beginning. From point of ROGER r M. PAIRIO(
marker and
materials, and storage focilltle. even Rood Department ROW the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR to a Default Judgm.nt .nt.red on July
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA though they may be detached or beginning thuG described continue POI; thence run NWly along said E'ly 29. 1990 by the above entitled Court In P.O. B.ax U6'I I
North 2-05' West parallel with oM Starko. 'Florida :32041 \
detachabl., situated on land describedIn ROW line with a curve concave NE'lysaid
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-588.CA the above styled cause, 'the undersignedUnited
Easterly boundary a distance of 180.83 Port "I !R, ..*oMiaiivoH
central of "
O.R. Book 244, page 06, P-iblle curve having a angle
FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida States Marshal I or any of his duly .
Corporation, Records of Bradford County Florida.at 05-08" '04", a radius of 2814.78 foot an H / -i I > i

Plaintiff public sale, to the highest bidder
vs. for cash. In the lobby of the Bradford

DEVERNE AARON et. a//., County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at BUDGETSUMMARYCITY
Defendant 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of October


Notice I I. hereby given. that pursuantto 5th day of September my hand and 1990.official seal this- The Proposed Operating Budget Expenditures of the City of Starke
order final of
an or a /Judgement
foreclosure entered In the above. RAY NORMAN Are 6.3% More Than Last Year's total Operating Exoenditures. .

captloned action I will sell the property Clerk Williams of the Circuit Court Clerk GENERM.: TRANS. INIFJWM. !SELF CDPI1M. UTIIIIY 5V3. innritTinNuonno F",. lilt III.
situated In Bradford County. Florida. ByCarol Oep. .

described Commence os:'460 East and 330.85 North. ,. Florida Bar No. 327042 .. FUND FWB-. ... FUND FUND FWOCaah .. __ ,. .'. __ _.. ""_ .

of the Southwest corner of the NW 1/4 of Kent. Ridge Crawford Ihobncnlllraurl>t ForverthEatlaiated 151I,11II :.o.111O

th*. SW 1/4 of Section 22Townillp 223 Water Street. Suit. 900 .
,* Jacksonville. Florida"32202 "*, Revenue*, 1J'JSSS / t; '1" r. .. ,,,,,,,.: '.,,,,:..: ,.' .
South Range 22 East asa stoning pointand (904) 6'e-e 4 'r- ._ .. ..... ... .. ...-..... .-.. a .,...
( (SB.J e. !114 r ,'tv .vi.u .r "
thence Morftt.LpAaS'Xthence evJtt Lgntmpw!
East 100' "
run .. Pan-ge! "i' ':. J' I. ,' ", .
West 100'. thence South 100.83' 'Attorney fo/PTolntHr 9/20 Cont. No. 609 lid Velorea Tans 3J.D' 4 :242,038 : ; '.f .' . ..,..{ "y', ,.....n" .1 1 22.run
all and In Bradford 9/132tchg ; I : or : : .
to FOB lying being Sale end Dee Tea "aL; .
County, Florida.at French! Foe .,.... :'" ''w. : i 1'\. ; 7.0(10
public ala, to th* highest bidder Utility Service Yeses 2IIO.aoo ;' .{ 110,000 'H': 4no.omzne.too
for cash.m In the lobby of the Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Other_ 200,100 "' 'I' ..
County Courthouse, In Stork., Florida ( ,
CASE NO. 90.233-CA
: tlcaneee end PeradteProTaMlimiOcaupet
at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of October .
FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF tonal 211.11II .' i.imo

1990.WITNESS my hand and official seal this FLORIDA a national association Building Pentte ".11II' .. i .', 4uno

5th day of September 1990. successor In Interest by merger OtherIntargmiinnan'itel '. 300
RAY NORMAN to Florida National Bank .: .: < : .
Plaintiff ; I ,- '
Clerk of the Circuit Court Stat Shared PJevanu m._ 81.000 :,: '. .. 443,567

By: Carol Wlllla_. Dep. Clark vs.MOUSTAPHA EL-SOUESSI and Local Crante 4.847 '. ,."; _. 4.....,
his wife
Florida Bar No. 32704 PAULETTE E. EL-SOUESSI ; Chergae for Service "I ii \ .

Kent. Ridge Crawford .t al., .....Ic.l !>wI........ .. .
Defendants. ..
Electric. 4,813.000 I. 4,615.000
225 Water Street Suit.900 .
Jacksonville FL 32202 NOTICE OF SALE kttter ;'., t. 333.000 333.OOO
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto .
"471,000 .71.011O
((904)) 358-1000 Saver 'Ii]"",
for Plaintiff an order or a final lodgement of CM ; 'j" .'"l'I ..1. IIIII.IJQO sno.noo
Attorney foreclosure entered In the above- ,
9/13 2tchg9/20; Cant. No.605 Ge ./ Mae *"' .111I _'r 404.OOO
captioned action I will sell. th* property Cultun/Racreetlen ? ,,', .. jn.too .' 36.11100Mwa
situated .. .
In Bradford County. Florida t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH a..... foe Services It" a ,1:1..1-10: I 102,010
described as: .
IN AND FOR ,; -1'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Parcel: North 1/4 of NW 1/4 of NW Fine and Parfelture sn.uuo ,'i- !5O.OOO
1/4, Section 33 Township 5 South ;! .
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-616-CA Ulecellaneoue Ruvamse.Interest : .
FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida Rang 22 East. Comings 2.1100 2.110 ,1m 1.000 sri.itn 240.000 515.11IIOItent.
ALSO A triangular parcel of land containing
: i: ;, ,
30.000 ,13.41110 43.000
Corporation *
.48 of an acre lying In the SW 1/4
Plaintiff. Other molleneou .PJavanue 7.500 "*tiJDD ,i 35.000
of SW 1/4 Section 26 Township 3 South .b '
v*. 22 Bradford Florida '.
Range East County
JOHNIE S: COOPER and CASSIE .U and described Total Revenue ,
being more particularly '
COOPER his wife; et ol; a* follow: Other Financing 9.tyln3 .
Defendant COMMENCE at the. SW corner of sold Interfund franaferInDebt ;Mt.iru .st.m m.ino at,am 389.473

NOTICE OF SALE Section 26 and run thence N 88"25'10" E Proceed 20,000 20.000
Notice I* h.r.by given that pursuant along the Sly boundary thereof a Other Hun-.Revel.ie nncelpt

to foreclosure an order entered or a final In|udgement the abovecoptlonod of- distance of 473.74 feet to an Iron stoke. Total ""Ravenue Other Financing. Snin .. 1,1)08,728) JUB.IUO 198.750 I2.5ID! 2O.OOO B,4SS,300O 38,100 24OOOO 8.995.478
on the Ely boundary of the R/W of Stat.
action I will tell eta property Rood 200 for POB. From POB thus ....... -0- -o- -0- -0- -O- -0- -0- -

situated In Bradford County florida. described, run N 31W10"" E along sold .

described Commence OB: at the Northeast corner of E'ly Iron boundary stake where a distance cold Ely of 132 boundary feel to Intoned an.'' Total Entlaaitad Revenue end Batancee, _' 1.886.7q! .D .tllJ 108.750 ..500 ..: :-: OIIOh::. ..P-: _.. ;3Bs100.;" ; '_- -240.000 B.TB.t/lJ.

the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 the S'ly boundary of the R/W of

of the Northeast 1/4 of Section and 29. a graded rood; run thence S 7W50" E r.DIEIIIIL 111615. INlfI1IIM. ELF Cllf>rrlll. Ilr'LITY 071. IIfT./ItAfllW: LIP! lilies.f1.D .
East run
Township. 6 South. Range
South 15 feet long lost aforesaid S'ly boundary a nun: !;uNa It19LU/CE I lnECTS ILWru: ; 80N10 AET.
West 100 feet; thence run distance of 324.74 feet to an Iron stokeon
to the POINT OF BEGINNING: thence run aforesaid S'ly boundary of cold Sec Vl'lIlnAE5 INJ I/ES! FUOm.4t;.;: :. ...,.f1ID. YL_. F11Q ._. f.1JNO .. ,_'
West 50 feet thence run South 100 foot; :. .
; tlon 26; run thence S MTM'10" W along Gawr.1 Covaersr.nt !IervIceo '
thence run East 90 feet theoce run ; :." l 4n,6riExetiw.
Ids aforesaid Sty boundary a distance 10.112I
LeglaleU .
POINT OF' 8EGINN- 11/ .,. .,a "
North 100 feet to the of 376.5 feet to POB.' .!III] ',I" .. :. l'/;tilt
ING being the Northeast 1/4 of the ALSO AH of Grantor's Interest In the .; 'n 1'" 11.111'
of : Flnsnelsl. end ..........U_ alIUIJ i' ; .
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 graded road en the North end of the pro.. LegaL eo.-l 15,11II ,. L. .. .. .. t..1II
Section 29. Township 6 South. Rang 22 perty that was abandoned by action of Catptd.wrta. PI.mbtg 17,474 '' ',-.' 'I,; 11,474

East. Bradford County. Florida. bidder the County Commissioner of Bradford Other ..c.-.5ecw'- .111,_ .,)1-.>>'::- ."I '.'" 52.SID "' ;,1 n.lm .4.11115
at public sole. to the highest ", "
Florida. : "
County; : ; + .',
for cash In the lobby ol the Bradford EXCEPT: The rlghts-of-woy of all .....11c 5er.ty : : i'j : I ," ';' 'r .
County Courthouse In Stork.. Florida at streets and rood;: le 1122.11I2 : ., k'i _., sn12
4 I' .
of October. LF..it1 r, i'I 2J1.710
the 3rd day 23'1'.710 ..1'M : : "
11:00 o.m. on Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying In the c..tNl J." : t

SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 26. .. 1:;' t' .. ; .
{ ii" {
1990.WITNESS off klal seal. this Physlesl fwlrmn.4 F' .. : .
my hand and Township S South. Range 22 East, Bradford '.' .'t.1., :S.ID,1II2! t., 3.10.992

5th day of September 1990. NORMAN County Florida; cold parcel/ being E1.ctria ',- F If.tl '... 7':'..::"",.,';..! d' .. 4tJIIO ; "'..300sr
RAY v.. .. .. ., .1'
moro particularly described a* follow: ." ' Clerk of me Circuit Court COMMENCE at the SW comer of told : '. .. ', '. ;10", ",, ;".... t. .. : 488.9 'r 489.965lie.l
By.Carol William, Dep.Clerk Section 26 alto the SW corner of Gee .I "
.: ) I' 254.50au
:lMo3ID! + 4 : : .
J .
FRED H. KENT. III Section 39)). and run N BSWIO"" E. along EEiwleisa..t '."';,' 1./11II ilo;(' / l .. .." .. /9s,7soTr.m.oetstutfan
Florida Bar No. 327042 Phys '4( / a
479.74'feet .
the line dividing'laid Section t- : ,' :. .
: PhJ1tJ
Kent, Ridge ( Crawford to a concrete monument located on y 7' ;, IIY.d '1 .
229 Water Street Suit 900 the Easterly boundary of the R/W of ad SneoaU.u... : '. x 8.190 "' :.;2tI.D00 I' : 2SII.100

Jacksonville. Florida 32202 State Road 200 (U.S. 301). thence N .' .
((904)) 338-1000 '31W10" E. along told Easterly. boun- CUlture ....1tee1rWt1en .. ; ..i 1'r'a.' w.. .. ,.... .'. .' : 311.100 t81.5111
Attorney. for Plaintiff dory 57.60 feet to POB. From POE thus ..... and p.as..tJ.s ....MIr .

9/13 2leh 9/20;; Cant.N.606 described run N 31W10" E. along Debt ots1erPe1nc1ssi 77.810 311.053 1911.511

Easterly boundary 100 feet:, thence S .
''IN THI CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH '7134'9O" E, lOS feet; thence S 31W1O" Debt s.rv'ce-w-\ 1..._ ...., I tJ3,3M 4511.737TeteS

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR W. parallel with told Easterly boundary EJOwWEtu.aUXII'e'w88.301.sas -,1CD 1..150 1I2IID! 211.11II 5.410.561 311,100 10,110O 1.144./111

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA t)00'feel thence N 7134'SO"W, 105 feet,
CASE NO: 0-109-CA to POB. Other FIIses.Ira Wee
FNB PROPERTIES INC. 0 Florida at public sole, to the highest bidder Jntewfund Trwarere Ie\, UB.1CD 241.en 367,9'13LeFtIsl

Corporation for cesh In the lobby of the Bradford II- ROIpdsIILas "Q8lE 2IIcD1 ,.aoo 60,1511YotkLq '
Plaintiff. County Courthous.,.Stark*. Florida at Capital 11I12,1311
w. 11:00 .m. on"he 3rd day of October,
HAZEL WAIORON. 8n456.JIIO 11.100 240.110O 8.'a.4!! nTHE .
NtSTINE! B.McRAI: 1990. TotsLEna.ftdrree end Dies 1.ttnII.m JIJII.tCD ,10A750 57.500

a. Cou t.Appo nuonIlon the WITNESS my hand and official seal this MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.Legal .
Person and Property Sth day of Sept..bor..J99O.) TENTATNE. obPTiaANr>OBFt4Al.eJC .ETS

McRAI; et el.. ;S .*Y NORMAN .

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Notices dine.) andFLORIDA Spirits Merchant ,'. ;'{


599 .' ;
Court No. 9025 l-Clv-J-H

PloinliM, .
D.f.ndonts.NOTICE. DRAFT
Nolle* )I. hereby given thai pursuantto _
a Default Judgment entered on July 09
49 449
IS. 1990 by the above enlitted Court In I 00.
the obov.styled( cause, the undertigned CElId IIIJ IIILTI v cJ Ns
United State* Marshal or any ol hit duly
authorized deputies will sell the property SALE PHICE-MAIL-IN
situate In Bradford County Florida.
described' as:

Lot Slit Block I. Shady Oaks Subdlvl. DAY THE KEYS All* ASOwAS
slon. o. p.r plat thereof recorded In Plat 7 = T
DO -
Book Bradford 3. Pog.County.29 of Florida.the Public Records of SALE 1 WINE SALE I MilwaukeeSCOTCH

at public outcry tu the highest and best N I ,0 7.4 SALE

o'clock bidder Noun for rash on September at the.hour 26 of 1990 12:00:at 1 Ii 1 r BARON HERZOG"". :: 7.99 J

the front door entrance of the Bradford BARON HERZOGMANISCHEWITZ ..=. :: 5.49 5 99
County Courthouse at Starke. Florida. I
/ 1 i 'E"CCNCOeu' :t. 2.29
: August B I
1 1 MOGEN DAVID : 7.99 :
Richard L.Cox Jr. I COIID L "
Middle District of Florida


Assistant United States Attorn.y82341chg913 I TEACHER'SSCOTCH ea Gllbe rs ABC 80 C8 aprain( CLUNY t I1ic 1l OLI :


FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE. 12 79. 150 ML 999tr 9nww., t.7e ZURICH
INC.. 750 ML .ua. s LT" I 'IMPORTED
Plaintiff 1)g f CS. OF 6 $125.94Seorebj fREE trxwrwacm; CS. OF 6 $59.94 CS. OF S. $82.95 !

Defendant. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to SCOTCH 1.75 6.49 SALE GIN 94 GIN 1 1 ;
the Summary Final Judg.m.nt of legiq WHITI! :
For.clo.ur..nt.r.d: In this case, dated LTR.3.00 a ': r 99 OEIIMANt
49 99
2299 ((99
September 10 1990. that I will sell to th.highest 14 AFTER .. 11 11
I 13.49 'f. .
;: ) ::
bidder for cash, In the lobby of REBATE LTR r- 750 ML -L Tit, .
tha Bradford County Courthouse In CS.OF6-586.94 CS. OF 6 $98.50 CS. OF 6 137.94 OF6.$71.94 CS.OF12.5107,88 CS.OF 6. $71.94 LIGHT OR DARK ::
Stark, Florida commencing at 11:00 .
a.m. on the 2nd day of October 1990 LEROUX OIl D
the following described property as set I Cutty fLEISCHMANN'S] 6-PKu" .
forth In the summary Final Judgem.nt.to White Label: sarlia''Ferr GIN. SCHNAPPS D-1s\\1DI:\
Lot 2: A parcel of land containing 1.10 SCOTCH SCOTCH GIN 6.99 SALE PEACH II' PROOF :
ocr., more or I..., and lying In the SW N.* LTR'-.l.OO car'
1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 11.Township 2799 1299 1i.u 1099 ( .
7 South Rang 21 East Bradford County M LatTl 4.99 (An W 750 ML ,I

tlcularly Florida; described sold parcl as follows being more: par CS. OF 6 -$''''5 CS. $131.94 CS. OF-$155.88 CS. OF 12 -$83.88 o CS. OF '.$71.88 CS. OF -$127.50 r i : i iI

Commence at on Iron pip. found at "ICOH99E1EER 1 ,
th* Northwmt corner of said SW 1/4 of :
NE 1/4 and run South 01 degree, 13 VODKA' 1 SALETAAJCA I I I I I I BOURBONS & BLENDS I
minutes and 19 seconds East along the '
Westerly boundary thereof 73.96 feet to Stolichnaya WINDSOR dJMr fjJlSCHMANN
th* Southerly boundary of th* right of
way of County Rood :225: (form.rly Stat. VODKA oR 80 VODKA M CANADIAN J EAMI PREFERRED G E ESE E
Rood 5.225)); thence South M degr.es, 32 GIN 14.99 SALE BLEND
minutes and 11 seconds East along sold ""
Southerly boundary 168.37 f..t for th* k'Aj, -1.50 a. .
Point of Beginning. Prom Point of Beginning q99 13.49 An" 1899 H9 ;_ 1399 10"CS. 99
thus described continue South 88 REATE .. ...'P. 24PK 11 GL
d.gr., 33 minutes and 11 seconds (, CS. OF 6 $59.94 CS. OF 12 $179.88 CS. OF 113.94;; CS. OF I.$71.50 OF 6.81.60 C9:OF 8.&65.94ABSOLUT cANa
East along said Southerly boundary
168.37 feet to a set Iron rod; thence 'CanadianMist HARWOODCANADIAN. ABC "ss
South 01 degree 284.36 feet; thence \\D
E LS K A. S'
North S3 degrees. 32 minutes and 11 e, VODKA' n\\tuuumviBLACK ,,..... KENTUCKYBOURBON -,.
second West parallel with ..aldSoutherly 80 11.99
6.29 US SALE
750 SALE
boundary. 168.37 f..t; thence VODKA ,, LTR. North 01 degree, 13 minutes and 19 Fcr ML2.0010: ...
seconds: West parallel,with said w.....- ; -os 1111179 1099\ 1299 "

ty boundary 284.36 feel to th* Point of 1 J'O ITS LTR U LTR ti a 4.29Tf, 8.99 :a 329 c s

Beginning.DATED this 10th day of September, CS. OF 6 $143.94 CS. OF 6.$64.50 CS. OF 12. $75.48 CS. OF 6 $71.50 CS. OF 12.$131.88 CS. OF I.$77.94

1990. RAY NORMAN TARKOV 1 Seagram'sV.O. CALVEar' t Seagram'sTCtoum' AncientM
Clerk of th*Court w 5,10 ff *
By:Carol Williams Dp.Clerk 1 80VODKA t.751299AN: 12.99 -
9/13 2tchg 9/20: Cont.No.61S 175 SALE
( j +.. LTR. 200- LTR. urn REGULAR ft LIGHT
I I cs o. 3001499 ....10 199
649LTR. 849 1399'-
City of lawtey Invites all cltlient CS. OF 6 $89.94 CS. OF 12 $77.88 CS.OF 12-$101.88 CS. OF 77.94 CS. OF 8. $81.95 CS. OF 6. $74.95

to the continuation of the recess hear. WN
Ing regarding the adoption of the tentative ,

public hearing will be held at Lawtey CIty Bolls rALrlK' ; N A"NNAr 75 4.69 Carlo Rossi "!:. :=:" d'R. 5.49 Moet I Chandon :: :ft 18.99 Beaulieu c.m.TMmON M 8.99
Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 13 [ 16 oz. MALT
and at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 18. Mouton Cadet VSST::: ft 5.99 Gallo rw w:=8':1"". L3.79 Korbel Tir :ft 9.99 Sebastian! .:'a M 4.29 ,
Earl Barber City Clerk
9132tch,92ONOTICE Rothbury wssusx. : ft 8.49 R. Mondavi ""5 =' L\:. 8.99 Gold Seal ILUIC.......,.. :ft 8.99 Beringer ,..::"x L M 4.49 I!; 22918M.

*Trlmbach XS: ? sea ML 8.99 Inglenook .sHs*"* LT.' 6.29 *Dom Perlgnon IIIfII lee NL 69.99 *Chaf. SI. lean :;:, ML fee 12.99 :

OF INTENTIONTO Chateau SFSSZ':' L' :ft 19.99 Taylor__ =I L\:. 4.79 Cook's sMiTum :ft 4.49 Glen Ellen :=! :. :M 4.79
FICTITIOUS NAME Valckenberg uo'::... ftPescevino 4.49 ABC S'$F j =' dR. 4.99 Beccaro Asll Spuman. :ft 8.49 Sebasllanl "::.L 75 4.29

Statutes Pursuant. notice to Section i Is hereby 865.09.given that Florida the Blanco .:''::.. :ftfV."Chassy"cH 5.49 Cella _. L\:. 6.49 Great Western .....r :ft 5.99 Beaulieu "=- :M 7.49 :, ; REOUTAII LIGHT.xaoLB

undersigned Tina a George Ogg, 5709 Yago Sangria Red LTI .49 Domalne Mumm :ft 13.99 rsa :
Chippewa Av., Keystone Heights FL :.: ft 4.49' 1. "" i Gallo'iwrN'LACxi: : Ml. 2.99

32656 (joint owner, doing business Franz Reh oaaeOMCNLN ar.00e,100.A 1ee ML 4.49 Blunlte .JHssfc, l5.79 Frelxenel cSSSf::. :ft 5.99 Chat. SI. Michelle =;, ft 8.99 = ,58912PK.. ilGz
under th firm CANS
SERVICE 140 S. Thompson St. Stark. *Sandeman ".u ilL 12.99 R. Mondavi I 'q 'IG ilL 10.99
Florida 32091 Intends to register sold .Sebastian! KAMORA ..
fictitious name under the aforesaid ,*Il C ar d.&xtadol 7so ilL 14.49 enwnivvwon',wen afua CHATEAU """ ,...""u" COFFEE LIQUEUR I Inglenook I CNM.ONNA>" see ilL 7.49 ,

statute.Dated this 13th day of September, | JSS: > M 7.49 CAM MNTT,w.,0 UUVMUKMCMAftOONNAV BONNETRIO O*WHIII *far Nlenle c./..........' :ft 27.99 MOLSONtAESUUnsGOLMN

A.D., 1990 In Bradford County.9/13 4tpd Florida.10/04 *|.V. Mersaull :M 19.99 599 799.. ML Gallo. ..-t. ,ft 3.49ft : ,' tUGHTsUiarena/

Duboeul nrs: : M 6.99 a 649 ML V SALE M KendaU-wMeoNOe :. 9.49 69
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO lancer's Rose :ML 3.99 CS.OF6.$3894 CS. OF 12*$69.90 TH Ml, WITH KAMOflA PUKHAIIOP C.KRUO :...:: ft _7.99 6 PK.K 1
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Leading off the 13th Irr 1, music's biggestacts
,season of Its annual Fall The second attraction will including Hank
,'.Performing Arts series In be Velma Frye, blues J These first two Williams, Jr., Reba McIn-
Starke, Santa Fe Community singer, and an outstanding mances will be perfor- tire, George Strait, Gordon
College[ Andrews Center pianist with a strong bya Llghtfoot. Mickey Gilley,
will present Stephen Robinson background in Jazz, pop, traditional "meet the performers" Michael Murphy, and Jame j
the and and classical styles, who reception, hosted a Frickie.
one of finest the Featured In a recent -
by Club. :
most expressive classical will appear in concert at the Woman's TV commercial for
guitarists of the decade, In First Methodist Church on The Fall Series will con- Disney World's "Pleasure
concert here Thursday, Thursday, Oct. 4, 8p.m. clude at 7 p.m. Saturday, Island", Tamra has made ;
Sept. 27, at 8 p.m. In the This extraordinary pianist, Oct. 27, as a part of the an- personal appearances at Bil-
Starke Woman's Club. with a sensual widerangingvoice nual Starke Festival of the ly Bob's in Fort Worth,
has been a favorite on Arts, with a sensational Church Street Station and
Praised The New York
Garrison Keillor's National ,
country western concert by Sagebrush Cattle
Times for his "effortless Public Radio variety show, Tamra Comstock in the _.;.-- .",, In Orlando as well as many
virtuosity with intelligence "A Prairie Home Companion" SFCC parking lot on Call television
appearances on
and good taste", Robinsonhas with eight ap- Street, which serves as a Jamra Comstockand top shows such as "Loui-
worked with An-
pearances during 1986-87. downtown plaza. siana Hayride".
dres Segovia, who pronounced Keillor has her .
him "a young and praised Tamra with her backup her"Comstock As always, these outstan-
voice and
described her
magnificent guitarist.one "a as band, the "Comstock Lode",. Lode"Orian ding entertainment treats
terrific piano player,
of the most brilliant of our with is a rising star who has are offered to the public on
times". an absolutely sure shared billing with some of a free-and-open basis.
Homemaking AndNurse

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Beginning Sept. 10, Santa Fe of-
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homemakers 35 years of age or older
who have lost the support of their
I family through separation, divorce,
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: Lawtey Council Adopts Curfew, Authorizes Police Auxiliary, Hires Water Plant Opetrator

By Joe Cli.y with the A price of $1,800 to buy one Liability insurance will cost the ci $210. Lights will be reworked next The council passed a resolution in"
KT s..M Writer council were problems replacement hydrant, then a cost of ty about $15 per person, and $30 for when money Is available.A support of "Ammendment No. S.
The L wtey City Council passedan budget for 199091. from $800 to $1,000 each, to repairone $50,000 life insurance, or $75,000 if complaint was heard from The ammendment to the Florida
emergency ordinance, setting hydrant per month until repairsare killed by homicide.In Myra Rafuse regarding odor from a Constitution. Is to be voted In the
.. and
curfew hours of from 10 p.m. until 5 Water Plant. complete, was accepted by the dog kennel owned by Marvin Rosier. general election in November,
a.m. "In each and every day of theyearl" An operator for the city water council.A Other Matters... The kennel and waste disposal will require the Florida legislature
,for minors under the ageof 18 plant was advertised and only one new air conditioner for the officeat The garbage truck is In the shop system has been inspected by the to stop sending mandates down to
years"unless accompanied by his or SmithtPaP.hlredlT"thTjob.GregWiUian the water plant was authorizedalso with the front end "gone" and Health Department, DER and EPA, the cities and counties without also
her parent or guardian."The action at a price of $719 for a 1 ton repair parts not available. A 1974 Rosier said,and a DER official call- sending the money to pay for the ser
was taken Thursday, Sept. S, at a was another prospect but a jormal unit. Gauges, and test Instruments ford dump Is advertised at $2,200. ed it a "cadillac of a system." An vice. The Florida League of Cities
continuation of the regular meetingof application W55on received fronj in the office need the cool dry air, Jordan will look at the truck for a aerial spraying system is used to get and the Florida Association of Counties
Tuesday, Sept. 4. him. The became vacant Watts told the board. possible replacement, and report rid of effluent from a septic tank. are supporting the Ammend-
The only exception permitted by upon the resignation of James back to the council.In The odor Is only present during the ment.A .
the ordinance Is for those "children Thornton. Auxiliary, Police... the meantime, Bud Barber Is spraying cycle, Refuse said, which purge of the voter list for the ci-
under the age of 18 years regularly Barry Watts, an employee at the Is The council- authorized formationof using his own truck, and buying his only lasts a minute or two,according ty Is needed, but was deferred to
employed In a gainful water plant for four years, Police force, at no own gasoline. to Rosier. another time. There are 381
occupation..provided said employ- scheduled to take a test for certification an auxiliary stressed Chief Butch New stop signs are being placedat -A new land use plan Is due by July registered voters In the city of
ment is In conformity with the laws as a water plant operator in cost Jordan.to the A city police, officer must workIn most of the Intersections in 1991, Attorney Hobbs told the Lawtey, and a population of 701.
of the State of Florida... ." November, but tests and reports enforcement four yearsto Lawtey.A board..Terence Brown, attorney In -A public hearing on the budget
law every
certified by a licensedoperator new motor for the lawnmower, Starke will will be advertised this week and
If other cases arise where minorsare must be maintain his certification, and prepare the plan for 10%
required to be out after 10 p.m. until then. who have full time Jobs, with at a cost of$955 for a 16 horsepower, less than the North Florida Regional scheduled for early next week.
Elld1tdon't some
without parents or guardian, the w. DOC wherever, are willing to was authorized by the council. Planning Council, $..500 compared, Preliminary figures show income
discretion of the police officer on du- work and others have leaks. work In or off duty hours for no pay, In Bathrooms at the recreation to$5,000. Brown will be engaged for I Is down this year from$179,779 to on-
ty will come Into play," said at- said Lit Phillips, city maintenance order to keep up his certification. buildings were redone at a cost of the plan. ly $118,794.
torney Johnnie Hobbs,who preparedthe employee.
ordinance for the city.
The ordinance was necessary to : I V Copi J5c (81/2x11)
keep teenagers off the streets late at trPR@ I ..
night. Some recent breakins and \\cuJ9J\ rOFFICE
vandalilsm attributed to teenagerswas Stationary
the cause behind the ordinance. i
"Vandallzatlon is a problem. People
steal stuff," said a resident.And @ fZ7@ SHOP Fax Service ,- 964-6905
Lawtey has a drug problem too, "I RI I1' I now.can Bt.
am really afraid" she said. Btatke InvitationsFRREDELIVERYStarke
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bill that will deauthorize the Cross IK Motel'4 miles north of Starke on US 301 A
Florida Barge Canal. CongressmanBill
Grant is the only Florida
member on the Public Works Committee FACTORY AUTHORIZED CLEARANCE
and steered the legislation
through both the subcommittee and II & R BLOCK .
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colleagues In May Stearns,Grant, including and and Charlie several CongressmenCliff Bennett Florida OFFERS INCOME STARKE TAX COURSEIN Lr@U\WJDUD@Wj&Ur [M1@f @[f@ [ft}i) ID@ W@lYrP] i

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replace pletely Graham it deauthorize,introduced with a permanent the the bill canal"green-to com-and prepare Thousands Income of people tax learn returns to the how course to save teaches money on students their @ffi[? @D2[ J\Yk\ ] ( IDfi@I[ ) (?@u@] (Mf@k@( @

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believe 1990 will be the year we for a rewarding career. [ [
will turn the Cross Florida Barge earn money as Income tax Includes / g@@W @ IDq
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Canal into something truly special preparers. II & R Block, the /
for the people of Florida," Grant world's largest income tax textbooks and supplies.
said. "The bill we passed out of
my service offers Its Graduates receive $75
committee will guarantee that an preparation ,
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yards wide will be created from September 11, 1990. continuing education units Rebat
barge canal lands. Our approach is Instructors (CEU's). Qualified graduatesof /:
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tinez, the Florida Cabinet and the teach tax law, theory, and the course may be I
Legislature. I am hopeful that the application. Classroom job interviews with H&R Victorias
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Starke Teen Recoveringby W1!! r (out-of tractor Only)

Moore in telephone SPIKES RADIATOR
Judy "Just as repairing a '
When 17-year-old Jason Crawford cable, the ends have to be repaired Edwards Road & Orange Street
son of Elaine and Allen Crawford of property or when you dial one per
Starke, nearly sliced his right hand son, you'll get someone else," Dr.. 964-9193
off in an on-the-job accident this Ramadan said. "In the case of the
May,his first question to his mother hand, if the lines are not properly
In the emergency room was, "What, repaired, a person might want to See B-Section for Great Buysin
about the piano?" move his Index finger and move his
Playing the.piano has been a pas- pinky Instead." : the
sion of the Starke teen-ager for as Jason's hand has shown steady "rloi!" J ClassifiedslINDUSTRIAL
long as he can remember. He played improvement, but It is expected to ....... ,,I:
nearly everyday at home and was be a year before it will be functional ,r-/. I 1
sometimes called on to perform at again. At least 80-93 percent of the 1 ( / ( ) t I
his church, Laura Baptist Church in hand's function Is expected to Sometimes there's pain...
Starke. return, Ramadan said.
But it appeared he might never "The prognosis very,very good. Jason Crawford has undergone therapy three times a week since his
play again after falling onto a mirror There will never be 100 percent May accident. Occupational Therapist Portia Gardner calls Jason "a COMPLEX OF RAIFORD
at Lake Area Glass and Mirror, recovery from an anatomical pointof model patient"
cutting every nerve, every major view but the hand should be ableto COUNTY ROAD 229 RAIFORD, FLORIDA 32083 ,
tendon and the main artery leading function very well,"Dr.Ramadan "He started when he was about' Considered a model patient, 431-1898 :
to the hand. The severity of the injury said. 10," his mother said. "We'd get to Crawford's recovery hasn t been I
is second only to complete am- Crawford will not be able to returnto church early and he'd sit down and without pain.'A few weeks following 'of>.
putation. work until his hand Is healed, but start playing the songs we sang In surgery,his hand was placed in rub- We are no longer growing
"I don't remember falling. But I he is anxious to do so.The severity of church. I'd say, 'How do you know ber band dynamic traction,in which ,
must have put my hand out to break his injury has not Intimidated him that?' and he'd say, 'Mama, I don't fish line was sewn through his
the fall. It broke a mirror and the about working with glass again. know." fingernails and attached to rubber
downward pressure popped it up Into "1 really miss going to work. I Mr.and Mrs. Crawford decided to bands to keep scar tissue from ouse plants. Everything Must Go!
my wrist,' Crawford said, adding can't wait to get back," said buy him the piano to pursue his building up inside his hand.
the glass made a six-inch jagged cut Crawford, who had worked at the ,musical Inclinations. Following two "He didn't have any experience
from the middle of his palm to his glass company for nearly a year years of Instruction, he plays dealing with pain and somehow he ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
wrist. before his accident. Last fall primarily at the church and family has done a great Job handling!; it,"
"There was blood all over me. I Crawford earned his high school gatherings. Jason's sister Barbie, Dr. Ramadan said.'"His ability to
couldn't believe it. I knew it was diploma through home school followed her brothers lead and also put up with the pain and the agony, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1990
bad. My hand looked like It was studies."It took up the piano. as well as live with what we call 'the
hanging by about a quarter of an was Just an accident,"he said. Crawford drives to Lake Butler blind hand'because it has no feeling,
Inch of skin, and it was turning purple "When you work in that kind of three times a week for two-hour is tremendous." *||p 9.00AM till 2.00PM
The way it was hanging was business, there's always the chance therapy sessions.He has made rapid After the wound heals, there
what gave me the big scare," he going to get cut. It was my progress and is continuing to workon should be minimal scarring on his
said.His first Injury there, and I hope it will improving his strength,dexterityand hand and wrist.Crawford FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED
boss called emergency rescue be my last." extension. said the pain was bad
and Crawford was rushed to Brad To pass the time as he undergoes Occupational Therapist Portia for a month after the accident,but it
ford Hospital. He was given rehabilitation and waits for his handto Gardner said that Jason was injured has subsided. He follows his
emergenty treatment there by Dr. heal,Crawford Is able to go swim- very badly and it will take time for rehabilitation instructions to the letter -
Carl Eason,who immediately refer- ming, occasionally goes 'coon hun- him to regain use of parts of his because he is anxious to speedthe BradfordChiropractic
red him to Ramadan Hand Institute ting and spends time with his family hand. healing process.
Lake Butler Hospital for surgery. and friends. "Because of the injury to the "It's a slow recover,. Sometimesit CenterStarke
"The doctor el Bradford Hospital Right-handed, Crawford has nerves, there is some waiting until feels like forever,' said Jason, I
told us he thought the hand could be learned to write with his left hand. the sensation (in the hand) comes who celebrated his 18th birthday i
saved if we transferred Jason to the "I can read it,but nobody else can," back.Nerves come back at a rate of Sept. 11. "It's not an easy thing to Office
hospital at Lake Butler.I was shocked he says. only an Inch a month.You can't real- deal with, but a lot of other peopleare 218 S. Walnut St.
when he said 'could be saved'. I He misses going water skiing, but ly speed that up,"Ms.Gardner said. hurt worse. At least my hand Next to the Chamber of Commerce
had no idea it was that bad," said it is not being able to play the piano was saved. At least didn't lose my
Jason's mother, Elaine. "It was a that has bothered him most. fingers." 964-4957
miracle that the doctor at Bradford "He used to play rail the time and
Hospital knew about the Ramadan he really misses it," Mrs. Crawford
Hand Institute. He said if anybody, ,ays. PAIN CONTROL
could help Jason, they could.' But he has come up with a solutionto Headaches
At Lake Butler, Crawford under partially remedy the situation. Neck Arm no*
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went more than four hours of While playing the piano with his
surgery. left hand, be picks up the notes he Mid Back
"The inside of his wrist looked like can't play with his right on a harmonica Low Back &-Lcg.
spaghetti, similar to what you'd see attached around his neck bya Related
inside a cut telephone cable," said halter. ; -SportsPersonal
Dr. A. Moneim Ramadan. "Every "If you didn't see him playing,you f -
nerve,every blood vessel and every wouldn't know it You cant that "' ) Auto Accidents
tendon was cut everything except it's a harmonica and a piano but you \ ( n5 .
two bones and the structure on the can't tell the piano Is only being I DR. W. DAVID SIXES
back of his hand. His injury was the played with one hand," Mrs. :" ,7 ;1JJ %U I CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
second most severe trauma you Crawford said. "It shocked me the
could tmTe-except for amputation first time I saw him play me has THE TEAM. APPROACH.CFIIROPRAC'l'IdCARB .
e nvolved lining the at the church,and ft has really .. -, ,
slugo ry up played tf ? I
Us;glettl Jirl&: rn rV 7 ndonsan surprlsed/fcveryonei there, too." .. n __.' .". .. '' WHEN YOtJ NEEIT-.
vessels and matching them to Jason came upon his musical Where there'swdl..... :24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK:
their severed part, Dr. Ramadansaid. talents naturally.He learned to play
and without Jason Crawford found a way ... he hasn't let his hand injury keep him
quickly easily by ear p 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
formal instruction. from the piano. He straps a harmonica around his neck to play the notes
his Injured hand can't. TI'NB 1 OfTIca Houni Mon.-Fri.iM-tfiOO p.m. "t.By Appointment

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I I I,i rI 1.1(" III .............C.\I.II. U.MES4MOMIOK-: .:i.iIUN: 13 1900 Sept. 1 as he was breaking into the for prosecution in this state. lie Is

tined inmate suspect. and 16 driving while license "" I apartment of two University of the third person on the most wanted
an ,.IYCfInRI"-- + Hot to be apprehended! this year.
wound in his
Police Beatby suspect
but officials are police officers mado 34 ar- .. "; Alan James Roberts.28,was being Wrecks
whether the wound was deputies made 100 arrests, 'I'A sought for the sexual battery and at- Deputy
inflicted Information arrests were made by Florida tempted murder of an 11-year-old Patrol, Car .
Carolyn Eaves :. ,, '
the weapon used or a motive has in-inBradford Patrol troopers,one arrest 't1. girl March 17 In WLmauma, FL in call in the
BCT Staff Writer to a
been released in the continuing made by the court and one by 1 HUlsborough County. While responding Bradford
Two ChargedIn vestigation. of Transportation.; /' .i.iI' Authorities in Madison,WI say the Brooker failed area to a negotiate County curve
Bryant was sentenced in 1978 total of 645 calls were received two girls were in the company of deputy tree.
and struck a large
Pot ConspiracyA life In prison for dispatchers at the county jail. their boyfriends both football Bob McGrath was
correctional officer at Florida murder in Dade County. were listed as miscellenous. --- players at the time of the Incident transported Deputy to Bradford Hospital
State PrIson and the sister of a felony investigations) six; We are indeed fortunate these two where he was admitted for treat-
143 Arrests Alan James Roberts women were not alone at the time of
Fires (struc-
Death Row Inmate has been charged persons, seven ment of minor injuries,according to
with conspiracy to introduce contraband ProcessedIn ), 15 accident calls. 15 PHOTO: 1989 the attempted break-in, said Florida Paramedic Jerral Johnson and EMT
into the prison. at accidents and 28 calls were AKA:Robin Keith Robert. Department of Law Dana Whittaker.The .
August Commissioner Tim Moore. Robertswas
of Ralford .
Pete Lee Greenberg.28, considered armed and accident occurred at 12:30:
was arrested as a result of an investigation During the month of August 143 Florida Fugitive dangerous by Florida authorities. "a.m. Sept. 9 in Brooker city limits at
wrote 19 traffic
conducted by the Bradford rests were processed through deputies CR-18/231.The patrol car was totall
County Sheriffs Departmentand County Jail, according served 731 civil papers Caught Sept. 1 Roberts Is being held in Madisonon FL ed. McGrath who was wearing a
the Department of Corrections, Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. three stolen vehicles and residential burglary charges accidenthas
seatbelt at the time of the
according to Lt. David Aderholt.CO The arrests included 57 felony, escort for eight funeral One of Florida's Eight Most will begin extradition proceedings to been released from the hospital.
Wanted Fugitives was apprehended return him to HUlsborough County
Greenberg was charged with beingin misdemeanor, 15 driving under in August.
possession of a package contain-
ing marijuana that was intended for -
Death Row inmate Paul Scott.
Aderholt said the marijuana hac Winn-Dixie*
been mailed to Greenberg in Marct )
after he allegedly gave the Inmate lil 6
his address and telephone number fig Sl i
The package from an unknowr y
source was to be delivered to the inmate
for$100. Apparently there wai
a problem with the delivery and the
inmate's sister Valerie Denise
Cooke, was contacted. Cooke sent)
$15 to Greenberg to have the cNOics ,
package mailed to her because sh u.

thought the package contained writ ...... !. --. ..
ten documents. Smuggling wrlttei a
against the law however. STARKE W-D BRAND
Greenberg turned the marijuaru
over to prison authorities. Evei U.S. CHOICE BEEF'
though Greenberg did not deliver
this particular package he was stil
charged since he originally conspired Homework and BONELESS
to smuggle the marijuana in ',
to the inmate, said Aderholt.
Cooke 32, of Long Beach, CA wai Research Thai's
also charged when she arrived U How CHUCK ROAST
visit her brother. A special visit hat -
been arranged for Scott's familj
since he has had three death war Wisp ix e Saves You
rants signed and has exhaused hit

appeals According said to Aderholt.prison investigate! Time And

Brian Gross the value of the marl Money. $ I
juana is unknown.Tightly rolled th 98
packaged weighed less than Z
grams. Usually the drug is cut am I ii ..%. They look all over the world
packaged in nickel bags (sugar size l1

prison packets)said which Gras would making sell for $3 it ii f to bring you the best values on

valuable Cooke was item released on her owr .J'" products you buy every week. LB.

released recognizance after and a $5,000 Greenberg surety bone was I And that means you don't have

was posted. .
The case remains under investigation. ,/.'d,,'::+.fJA'Y' .,.. to shop around for a lower total
!, Fo..OO EXP.E t :
food bbl I.
No ArrestsIn
LaPonf '
Wendy's RobberyA

five county task force has bee
formed as a result of the Investlga
tion into the Aug. 30 armed robber;
of Wendy's Restaurant in Starke.No e
arrests have been made bu
several suspects have beet ., sn
developed as a result of the Investigation eot 8l.11tlle' iNCLUDE f" ,,4.j SJ 'y ..f e i
according to Major W Tlie f ( ALL DINNERS : BA'RBECUE ---
C. Reno. The task force is made u| LOAF OF FRENCH or -
of Starke Police Department anc C-Ln'/ ITALIAN BREAD $
authorities in Union Clay. Suwan S&uu 9 9
nee and Putnam Counties. eCHO CEOF20F RIB DINNER
An unknown suspect entered A'f' .J
through an unlocked rear door of the ) __6 ,. ,-- C/U/ YOUR FAVORITES: ONE SLAB OE RIBS ,
restaurant early morning Aug. 30. W 0 LB. OF SALAD
Once inside the building the OveJt n : PORK DINNER
suspect,who was armed with a semi
automatic weapon told witnesses to 7: uleJt O/ 9uiCY D LB. OF BAKED BEANS 2LBS. OF BONELESS PORK SERVES A

lay down on the Door, according to FOIL a lei 0 LB. OF GREEN BEANS
Patrolman S. M. Smyth. One of the
employees was Instructed to fill a 0 LB. OF TURNIP GREENS 2 WHOLE CHICKENS ORIMORE!
brown paper bag with contents from flaw' 0 LB. OF FIELD PEAS EA
a safe in the back office. The
employee did as instructed, said
Smyth. All three employees were
then taken to the storage cooler v
where they wre told to lay down and flBu8A1IEIW WeaeH EVERYDAY EVERYDAY pAY
not to exit the cooler. The suspect rLTMI M F Jg EVERY
left the scene with the undetermined c v'AP L pW VpW PRICE L WW PRICE
amount of money. JUKE
There were no injuries in the rob- g
Assisting in the Investigation at I
the crime a 1
scene was l 1
Susan Wllkerson.
The suspect was described as a "REAL PIT COOKED
black male light complexion black I 1
hair,brown eyes approximately six .8'11 wHoriA[ isECUE
feet tall, 140 pounds with a slight
mustache and goatee.He was wear- CHICKENS
ing a gray shirt with black checker- .
board squares blue jeans and black
shoes according to Parolman I
Smyth. Ft$600 I

Two Women Arrested
For ShopliftingAt __
Winn DixieTwo BAKERY FRESH a L

women were arrested at Winn DANISHCOFFEE
Dixie Sept. 8 for concealing items in
their purse and attempting to leave CAKES IVUYOQ'lOW ...ICI ," IVUYOA"'LOW..ICI

charged the Mary store with without Elizabeth retail paying.FuJgham theft after was she $2 5 9 ALL COCA,VARIETIES / ALL SNACK FLAVORS PACK I f

was observed placing three packs of COLA THRIFTY MAID HUNT'S

cigarettes, a bottle of Robitussin a EA. CATSUP .'" :
package of Dramamine and JuniorStrength PUDDINGS.
Tylenol in her purse,according
to Patrolman W. S. Allan TAKE HOMESOUTHERN 960 -
Fulgham then attempted to leave 2-' 880 990
the store alter paying for other wcumiI : FRIED 'iL. 32oz. 4-PK.
items in her shopping cart.She wet UCM":.11118 CHICKEN BTL. PKO:
released after a $500 surety bone -
was posted. tana c: SMOOTH or KRUNCHY PRE-PRICED S/.Se WHITE or YELLOW
Gracie Marie Bias 42, was charged uMno PETER PANPEANUT $4 79 DOVE LIQUID. SUNBELT

observed with retail by a security theft alter officer she placing war I.La.-Ra..wu = BUTTER I fits I DETERGENT . _'EL:.L $112 TOWELS . 2 .aoa'u: $100

items in her purse without =SNs. $799 WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR
ing for them according par '......I.row "PC. OIL. TARTAR CONTROL REGULAR or TARTAR'
Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Bias the: DINNER COLGATETOOTHPASTE
attempted to leave the store afte ALL VARIETIES NABISCO. $124
i . i 1t i
paying for other items not in he DELI TORTILLA
purse. was after a$25 u"suDiEBR or ,
surety bond was posted. CHIPS . & SURE FRESH .
Inmates Dies FRENCH BREAD $129! """ BABY WIPES DEODORANT 'J; $218'
._. $239 . !1
(.', From Stab Wounds BAGUETTES Fsc: 1 SIZE- _. Eliad $ 0 0 LIGHT O'CEDAR a BABY $5G
A Florida State Prison inmate<< YOUR CHOICE HALF SUPER SUB HAM or 1
... died Monday at the prison Infirmary TURKEY FEAST BARO ROOTBEER. DR. PEPPER SUNKIST. MOP .' . IA. 0
after he was stabbed in an Incident DELI FRESHSANDWICHES SCHWEPPES or COLOR PRINT
Sept.11.Alonzo. $299 SEVEN KODAK 22 ASA "
l' rA $: 80
a0 2
II I, t.,,! fered multiple Winfred stab Bryant wounds when he- UP..1. . flit IL 35 MM FILM. . FOI'< tY

I. ,':1 was found by a correctional officer
in J Wing at 4:30: p.m.,said Bob Mae-

master spokesman.Department, of Corrections Clean Stores and Quick

1 The inmate was pronounced dead ittt'1!

I died by a on prison his 38th doctor birthday.at 5:06: p.m. He .

: Prison officials who are Investigating -
the slaying have (Iden
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() Intent to to Lt.purchase David Aderholt.cocaine, according woman.He was released after a$500 Timothy Bruce Newman, 32, of ding to Trooper Donald Dean. HeW Robert Lyons. He was released after

(). lice.IJcat, surety bond was posted. Hampton was arrested Sept. 8 on a II released after a $500 surety a $1,000!surety bond was posted.
capias for violation of probation for bond was posted.
Patricia' Yon :S7, arrested battery, according to Deputy
'It Carolyn Eaves
Ricky Floyd Newby, 31, was arrested McGrath.Bond set at Allen Richard Craig Nipper, 22, was arrested -
BCT Stiff Sept.8 for trespass,disorderly intox- was $206 50,he Jeffrey Morrow,42,of Duval
WriterRecent 4 for
Sept. violation of 5 for DWLS DUI,
community ication and resisting arrest without was ordered to pay$50 to Trt County County was arrested Sept 5 for DUI Sept. ,
ArrestsIn Patrolman control Susan, according to violence, according to Deputy Probation by Friday. (second offense), according to reckli-ss. driving, according to
Wllkerson. Bond Wildlife Officer Allan Hofmeister
Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond
McGrath. Yon arrested in was set
Bradford was set at$1,500, he was released on was Bond was set at$700, he was released
County his Hampton at 6:15 p.m. at herdaughter' Mary Nettile Robinson 27,was arrested at$1,000, he was released on his own
The following arrest were made In own recognizance. residence for causing a Sept. 5 for retail theft, accor- recognizance. on his own recognizance.
Bradford County disturbance to leave and ding to Patrolman Robert Lyons.
by local Julian Wesley Rains, 28, Michael Clifford
was arrested Robinson aka Mary L. Wilkerson 29,
authorities. 7 for refusing arrest. She was released Kendry was Joseph Brian Stafford, 20, was arrested -
Sept. resisting without also charged on a is with 1987 was arrested Sept. 4 for violation of
from custody after a $1,275 surety caps a Sept.7 on a capias for failureto
,according to Deputy Paris. case of retail theft, according to probation for DWLS, according to
Aubrey Geer, 89t of Alachua was Bond was set at$525, he was released bond was posted. Deputy Mike Paris. Bond as set at appear for charges of driving Deputy Danny Thrift. Bond was set
arrested Sept. 8 for violation of probation on his own recognizance. $1,000, she was released on her own while license suspended DWLS) at $ 80.25 cash he was released on
failure to appear according Wyndell Lamar Grover, 43, of recognizance. according to Deputy McGrath. Bondwas his own recognizance.Brenda .
to Deputy Michael ParIS.. lie was Charles Alfred Swafford 35, was Hampton was arrested Sept. 9 on a set at $250, he was released on
released! on his own recognizance.David arrested Sept. 8 for battery warrant from Alachua County for his own recognizance. A. Bowing, 28, was arrested
domestic violence, according to grand theft, according to Deputy Traffic Sept.9 for DUI,wilful-wanton
Jim Browning, 24, was arrested Deputy Bob McGrath. Swafford was Gordon Smith. He was released Ezibel Brown, Jr., 35, of Union Ronald Bradley Jewett, Jr., 24, of reckless driving{ fleeing
Sept. 4 for violation of community arrested on Steel Mill Road following after bond to elude to Patrolman
a $2,000 surety was County was arrested Sept.6 for driv- Luke Butler was arrested Sept. 8 for according
control, for possession with a report of a man fighting with a posted. ing under influence DUD, accor- DUI, according to Patrolman Lyons. Bouling's blood alcohol con-
tent was.18 percent.She was released -
-" after a $1,025 surety bond was


3 WarrantsGov.
:" .
"-:;;' .
I 0r 0-. Bob Martinez signed death
.. MIUM ; ... .
.. ,
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I one for a man convicted of
1.. -, ....:,'.. I' the drug-related torture slaying of
.....' i 1" ; ,/.".' .. four men In Dade County.
'' The warrants were the third for
( /
'' '' /1
..: "' '' Bernard Bolander and the first for
:1''i .1J.
Ti 1 ..
,... .''If..Ii.: Timothy Curtis Hudson, who killed
his ex-girlfriend's roommate In
i'ff11'u' ...rt. .!
HUlsborough County and Roy Clifton
Swafford, convicted of murdering a
service station clerk.
SELECT LEAN Florida State Prison Superintendent
Tom Barton set Bolander's ex-
ecution for 7 a.m. Oct. 3. The other
YOUNG-N-TENDER BOSTON BUTT executions were set for 7 a.m. Nov.

13.Appeals are expected in all three

GRADE ''A cases. No Inmate has been executedon
PORK ROAST a first warrant since Florida
resumed electrocutions in 1979
following U. S. Supreme Court

WHOLE review.Bolander received four death
QUANTITY RIGHTS sentences for the Jan. 8, 1980
-RESERVED...,-.-C murders.The victims were to sell 2.2
pounds of cocaine to Bolander and
PRm'G OD two co-defendants, who belived the
THURS.-WED. sellers had more of the drug and
FRYE'HS SEPT. 13-19, 1990 threatened to kill them if they didn't
turn it over. The victims were
LB beaten, stabbed and tortured over a
period of several hours, trial
testimony Indicated.
LB Three victims apparently died
from the beatings, but Merino was
FRYER BREAST . La$157 FRYER WINGS . .98< still alive when all four were placedin
MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK FRESH ravenCUBED a car that was set afire on an ex-

FRYER DRUMSTICKS La88e STEAKS L.$227 pressway ramp.
. Hudson, 25, broke up with his
FARMER'S CHOICIGROUND SELECT LEAN BOSTON BUTT girlfriend and threatened her with a

FRYER THIGHS . La88e TURKEY 2 : :$lse PORK STEAKS. oLB. $197 stayed surprise away when, but she got her home.roommate She

Mollie Ewings was stabbed to death
HICKORY SWEET 3-LBS. or MORE MARKET June 18, 1986 when Hudson broke in-
to the house.
BONELESSHAMS GROUNDTURKEY FILL YOUR FREEZER! Swafford, 43, was accused of abducting -
,, X dmtiniiiiitvState; Brenda Rucker from the
; service station where she worked

n ft I H,,'; SOUTHERN PRIDE $Q99 II and taking her to a wooded area
; | where she was raped and then shot

. .'. \ j TinTOTWO EEI".PATTIESsll" !< '"' 'r" .1! ._":' ......._.... nine times Feb. 14, 1982.The murder
ME aE SERVICES'A LE was a five-shot revolver and
I : : I weapon
Le. .: .. JTT1 PORK *,'(,(. .. Travel**Checks 'Jo lhad to,be reloaded.Ilil ..- :., ,
ie'a aq
MSr4 SPARERIBS' 'HUB.$157DCbeoklllg. (l M mOraiM Card AppllCali rns .1. lit; IIJL39th I- '
WHOLE CRVOVAC . ton Money Orders
SPECIAL TRIM MADISON BRAND Certificates Deposit Night Depository
$127 $39989C PORK $ Money Market Accounts Notary Public Folk FestivalSet
RIBLETS . . HOURS: at White Springs
PIG FRANKS THURS 4 FRI. 9 -6 : ))( ( -'
$-17 SNOW CRABCLUSTERS a m p m BImkW Traditional musicians, dancers,

PORK SAUSAGE LL or BOLOGNA. u . suPM.. 18" SATURDAY 8am-2pm, storytellers, craftspeople and food
Member I-'DIC
LOUIS RICHTURKEY vendors interested in taking part in
W-D COOKED $399 WINGS or 68C CHICKENPATTIES $699 the Festival 39th in May annual 1991 Florida should request Folk

HAM . . LL DRUMSTICKS u . . SL&PM.. application forms from the Bureau
of Florida Folklife Programs soon,
'HARVESTEVERYDAY by calling 904-397-2192! or writing to
Florida Folk Festival, P.O. Box 265,
EVERYDAY White Springs, Florida, 32096. Include -
/ / EYERYOAY your name, address, phone
LOW PRICE uoW LOW PRICE FRESH I numbers), and area of interest
(performance, crafts or food) with

your request.Completed.
applications must bve
e a
returned to the bureau by November
s. r 15, 1990. The deadline, two months
I l I
L Nature makes lie prodmeVVINN earlier than last year, was recom-
the Florida Folklife Coun-
DIXIE in.iki'stlio Jillcmiio
cil, which will review completed applications -
in December this year.
I HARVEST FRESH First-time applicants should send
% U.S. No 1 examples of their work audio or
WHITEPOTATOES Vt-incn video cassettes of performances
; slides of crafts; or menus
with approximate prices of foods).
I The annual Florida Folk Festival
takes place at the Stephen Foster
9 $199 I State Folk Culture Center in White
Springs on the Friday,Saturday and
10LB.e weekend..
Sunday of Memorial Day
__ The event showcases traditional and
regional artists at seven stages, two
crafts areas, two food pavilions and
IVIHYDAr t IOW PRICI '" 1 IH\ fB'lII.l1rT'1' :; IVlMYDAV LOW PRICK several special demonstration tents.It .
CAROLINAAPPLES is sponsored by the Florida
MILD' CHEOOAR or .COLBY THRIFTY MAID Department of State, Division of
POWDERED SUPERBRAND SHOESTRING O Historical Resources, Bureau of
LILAC STICK CHEESE. & POTATOES . sacs $109 Florida Folklife In cooperation with
SWISS MISS VINNIE'S e ... $1 Resources, Florida
t 99 IDS. 94 LB.
rw.. 6 PUDDING . 0 cues PIZZA . . PIZZA z BAG Elks Offer Scholarships

31-oz. 0-7 e ASTOR $1 29 HARVEST FRESH Students planning to pursue avocatlonaltechnlca

BOX ,CROCK. . . IS ll ORANGE JUICE 'cm H VALENCIA course in a
l school or college leading to a terminal

30 CINCH l GALLON SAK $294 SUPERBRAND $243 DIXIANA 69 "'Vv v: ORANGES diploma associate, but degree less than, certificateor a bac-

TRASH BAGS . 20 NO.Ct: COTTAGE CHEESE 32 : WAFFLES . '?:t /I, calaureate degree, are eligible to
) : / 9 9 compete for$2,000 grants offered by
MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREt \\1..,'l .\ 'I i Le. $1 the Elks Elks National National Foundation Foundation.Trustees The

PHARMACY 41/50-CT. FRESH DELTA PRIDE .. BAG have set aside$642,000 for the grants
for the 1991-92 1992-93 school
Will + .. HARVEST FRESHJUMBO Each grant is for $1,000 for each of
j F:L Wi KNOWINGLY NOT WHITE SHRIMP '.'J "]=- STALKJQC the two years.Although .

Bl UNDERSOLD i IJ .... CELERY 'AU, seniors are graduating eligible to apply high,school older:
HSi iF.HMAN-' $ g. 9 9 students who desire training or re-
5 .. $1 V HARVEST FRESH' encouraged to for
CORTIZONE 5 CREME $8E248TECTHINQ eyinRl_ n3S %11Q 7 CCARROTS these training grants.are A high school apply diplomaor

MEDICATION Fill S11 SEAFOOD in LB. LB. >> . lAG GED is not required.

BABY ORAJEL . .1SIZE.$307FRESHKING FRESH OCEAN $499 HARVEST ELITE fRtHOINTMENT $148I financial Applications aid officers are available at communityand from

$499 '1101 technical colleges, also con-
I DIAPER GUARD .''T;:. 597 SALMON FILLETS La PERCH FILLETS LS. rAIl tacting Bob Franks, Chairman
Gainesville Elks Lodge, P.O. Box
488, Gainesville Florida 32602.

J 24.Application Applications deadline must be U November submittedto

Winn-Dixie. the student's local B.P.O. Elks
Thanks for
Shopping Lodge. Each State's applications
t will be judged by a panel of judges
selected by the association of Com-

i ,' -.- i j munity Collelge Trustees (ACCT).

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lu\ii'nit isSia; TION September 1.1.: 1 IIIIO! !
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Group Living Facility= to Locate in B-f6- GUARANTEED COUPON TRANSMISSION.

By Buster Rohn been met and members 'of the James C. Keene,whose home is on :e IK '.
ICY Staff Writ. Board of Adjustment apparently SR-18 one mile east of Brooker, re- In the l1/tf GENERAL REPAIR '
A special for liv- agreed,approving the special. exception quested a variance from setback re- sion,
exception a group in a 3-1 vote. quirements in order to build n house Radiator .
ing facility on US-301N was approved Board Chairman Mark Harden- garage onto his house. The rather NEW OWNERS (Formerly Starke )
Adjustment Tuesday,of Aug.Bradford 29 by the Board of brook dissented,saying hia negative residence,built several years ago,is
County for vote was based on the(acuity's oximity -
property owners Paul and Irene to a liquor tore, VBMWgrandmother's his only: IS feet from the property line, vised .
Faulkner. residence ana Keene wishes to construct a
: nearby.
The special exception was sought Hardenbrook said he noted the re- garage which will connect to the line
for "Faulkner Plaza," a former front of the house, and maintain the docs
quest was approved a majority
motel some 500 feet north of the board members prior to his voting same 15 feet set-back Zoning the -,- .. -.
Starke city limits, and is to be usedto which he agreed was correct, basedon regulations require a 25 foot set- The
vote. ECK
house 10-12 udergoing back. 1ElOIHHR1NSMlSSlOf I
youths documentation, but his nay vote
substance abuse treatment under The Board of Adjustment found in
personal to
represented a objection
the auspices of tlRS (Health and the location. favor of the proposal, saying the
Rehabilitative Services). house was properly located when "Change fluid replace or
The property Is currently zoned built, and the addition of a garage saying clean filter, adjust bands,
RMF-2, Residential, Multi-Family, will not adversely affect adjacent home dispute __ I 9.Q..Q.n!! check vacuum, check
requiring only a special exception Variances Considered... property owners. tion 10 U-Joints, check CV joints,
I rather than rezoning, to accom- The Board of Adjustment con- The request for a 3 foot variance check and adjust linkage,
modate the group living facility. sidered two requests for variances; by Levon Carroll was denied by the ----- road test for performance.
According to documents furnishedby approving a request by James C. Board of Adjustment, which found --- '
the owners, all criteria forrslahlb.hm..nt Keene and rejecting a request by "relocation of the building will allow "
of I he facility have T mrnn .....If Peggy Carroll. ............hi. ..?? of the land." so ... .

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SRWMD Outlines ,Construction of
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central There are restrictions placed on a drinking water, be sure you are us- well SOLAR POWERED GATE OPENERS
Many people in north self well. For example, self well
a ing the right well casing with the in well
Florida get their drinking water must be two Inches or less In right drilling method. For PowerGate Systems
most f1TTT111I11Ymfu
from their own will diameter. For example, polyvinyl chloride said.'I
people When you construct your own well, (PVC) pipe can be used as casing,
hire a well It must be used strictly for a single but It must be installed in a bored and (904)( ) 3 Year Limited Warranty
family house or for small-scale far- hole. well. .
ming on your own property or property Also -
jcontractor you lease.You must let a well Other requirements for this River,,"
construction permit and you'll need method include proper installationof have :
permit to use water for anything grout,a special mixture of cement COME CELEBRATE LESLIE FAY WEEK!
other than residential
use. that keeps the casing In place. Grout
struct their Anyone who drills a well must also seals areas where contaminants have at
own well. follow certain guidelines that assure could leak down the outside of the wells
Rentingyour a properly built well that won't contaminate caasing into the drinking water.Dif-
own the aquifer. Your actions ferent amounts of grout aio needed safe Joan's fashions
equipmentand constructing can have. an affect on your depending on whether you hit clay
neighbors.One before you hit water. tion
your own well can be to reduce health hazards
way Galvanized steel casing can be
cheaper overall, but you need some to yourself is to place the well 75 feet driven Into place and therefore does drilling
knowledge of Several geology and proper have or more from any septic tanks or not require grouting. But a proper For 4- Sept. 14 22nd
construction. people
dramfields as required by the and
; a drive shoe must be
called "self cling
begun their own wells, a Department of Health and
well and discovered there wasmore Rehabilitative Services.To .
to it than they expected. avoid Knowledge of temporary and permanent 32060; 25 %' OFFany
contaminating your own well seals, well screens and ()()- .

I IFAS Researchers Study Energy V regularly priced

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Farmers could be growing crops the technology to convert them into Similarly, another team of IFAS But
for fuel in the near future to ease thenation's "
useful energy, Smith said. scientists is researching ways to crops -
dependence on foreign oil "Fortunately IFAS has been ableto either thermocheinically or Dresses Sportswear
with the help of scientists said an T
keep its bloenergy program biologically convert "
energy .expert at the University of together during the thin years," municipal solid waste energy and industrial crops own in Misses & Petites
Florida.Dr. Smith said. "Most universities con- wastes to alcohol fuels and to a few
Wayne H. Smith, director and ducting studies have had to abandon such as natural gas. to
professor of the Center for Biomass binenergy research." sinn Joan's fashions
Energy Systems at UF's Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences The group of plants that are the "Through research we believe we per
(IFAS), said the recent conflict in most promising for bloenergy can double the crop yields in the lime The Finest In Ladies FashionsVisa
field of convertible biumass
Iraq demonstrates how dependentthe development are the tall grasses like "
US has become on foreign oil. napiergrass, sorghum and sugar- substantially increase the conver-- & Mastercard'AcceptedStarke
"In the last decade, funding for cane as well as certain fast-growing sion of napiergrass or municipal US
renewable energy has almost hardwoods and Woody plants like solid waste beyond the! 50 percent other
Plaza 964-7651
dwindled to nothing," Smith said. eucalyptus Smith said. that Is now convertible into methaneor Smith
"Now that we see the energy supplycan gas using today'stechnology"
Smith said. .
not be assured, it's going to "While these crops are the same
families, varieties Smith said that a breakthrough; In' ... Li.a hI '.tjCI itl'
refocus attention on renewable they are not the d C L1liiLlb it
energy." prized for their food and feed ,alternative ,energy would be ,an et ', 's .d
value," Smith!said. economic industries.boom to many people and KEYSTONE 'H'EiGHTS M :
Smith said that farmers and IFAS
scientists could be part of the "A team of IFAS researchers is
answer to any future energy crisis. improving these promising crops by "Not only would this provide profitable
"IF AS has a program emphasizing both conventional genetic pro- crops for farmers and clean
the strengths of farmers to pro- cedures of selection and breedingand energy for the US, it would create SPORTSMAN CLUB
duce and the abilities of agricultural by the use of modern molecular new industries to convert the crops
scientists to develop new crops and biology techniques.! Smith said. into energy," Smith said.

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District 4 4As 100 '. .'.' :'

your County Commissioner, I will
Paid Political AdDcmtarget
the following as my priorities: Turkey Shoot

-- Find out where your tax dollars are going, how : :, '

they can best be spent for the betterment and Door Prizes r :

continually growing Bradford' County and aboveall Skeet Shoot :

,.will stress fiscal .responsibility.To ,

... apply for the thousands of dollars of FoodDrinksMusic .

government grants tht have not; previously been .

applied for by Bradford ,.
County. These_ grants can _

I go a long way in holding down our taxes. .

__ Enacting the Enhanced 911 Program so all of F/l WAGX'

Bradford County will feel secure about prompt 1ItJtJ1IJPs

response regarding Emergency (EMT) fire, and, (} -

I police service. 12 NOON '

I OCTOBER 2, 1990 473.4924'BRINGTHE

Your Vote;for JOHN ANDERSON on October 2. 1990. County WHOLE FAMILY -

Commissioner District 4, will benefit YOU and be greatly appreciated.

Your Vote ANDERSON is for you to.have a vote on the Commission. FOR AN AFTERNOON... OF F'UNJr *

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Obituaries .

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MfS'Inez AndersonMrs. Cemetery under the direction of Archie General Hospital following a short il William B. "Tony" and Carolyn A. Survivors include three grandchildren F'rtt+ United Methodist Church of
"* Anderson, 74, of Holly Tanner Funeral Home of Starke lness. Born In Plainfield, N.J., Mr. Brantley; one sister Jessica John A. Vigh, Placentia, Lake Butler.
Hill,died early Saturday, Sept.8, at in charge of arrangements/ Good moved to Keystone Heights in Brantley; one brother, Ben Calif., Beverly C. Vlgh of Palatka Survivors include one son, Martin
the Peninsular Medical Center In Or- Juanita C. ArnoldMrs. 1983 from Speculator,N.Y.He was a Brantley, all of Lawtey her paternal Fla. and Raymond A. Vip of Clifton E. Griner,Jr.of Starke; four grandchildren -
mond Beach, following an extended member of Park of the Palms grandparents, Ralph and Mar- N.J.; one stepbrother, Phillip and three great grandchild -
Illness. Born and raised in Starke, Juanita C. Arnold 83, of' Church,Keystone Heights and was a tha Futch of Starke and Douglass Corwith of Hawthorne, N.J. !'en.Funeral.
Mrs. Anderson moved to Ormond Keystone Heights died, Saturday, retired house painter. Brantley of Orlando; her maternal Funeral services for Mr. Corwith services for Mrs Griner
Beach 40 ears ago. She was a Sept. 8 In St. VlncenU, Hospital, Survivors Include his wife, Lillias grandparents Fred and Wilma were held Tuesday, Sept. 11 at were held Sunday Sept. 9, at 2 p.m.
member of the Church of God in Jacksonville, following a long U- Good of Keystone Heights; one Strickland of Swannanoa, N-C.; her graveside, Calvary emetery, Pat- In the Chapel oft Archer Funeral
Starke. lness. Born In NewvUle,, Alabama, daughter,Lois Vollmer Coral Spr- great grandmothers, Freda Ed- terson, N.J. Local arrangements Home of Lake Butler with Rev.
Survivors Include one daughter, Mrs. Arnold moved to Keystone ings; one son, David J. Good of wards and Mathel Green of Starke were made by Jones funeral Homeof Louis Leigh officiating. Burial was
Mrs. Norma Jean Smith of Crescent Heights in 1984 from Ocoee,Florida. Keystone Heights'!! two brothers and Mary Strickland of Swannanoa, Keystone Heights. in Melrose Cemetery under the
City; two sons, Joseph V. Andersonand She was a member of the Baptist Joseph Good of Warren, N.J. and N.C. direction of Archer Funeral Home of
John C. Anderson,both of Holly faith and was a homemaker. Anthony Good of Auburn,Calif.; one Graveside services were held at Zorra M. Griner Lake Butler.
Hill: three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Survivor include one brother W. sister, Virginia Swenson of Orlando 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8. In Mrs. Zorra M. Griner, 100, of
Beck, Mrs. Hazel H. Varnham of and four grandchildren. Nancy L. Bradshaw
Casey and Mrs. Keystone Heights. Keystone Heights Cemetery with Starke died Friday in Heritage
Marjorie Schaefer, all of Starke; Funeral services for Mrs. Arnold Funeral services for Mr. Good Rev. Fred Johns officiating. Jones Health Care Center, Inverness, FUneral services for Nancy Lee
three brothers, Earl Kersey and will be held at a later date. Burial were held at 2:30: p.m. in Park of the Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas following an extended illness. Born' Bradshaw will be held at Greater
Jimmy Kersey, both of Daytona and will be In Woodlawn Memorial park Palms Chapel, Keystone Heights,on In charge of arrangements. in Little Falls, N.Y., she had lived in Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church
Leslie Kersey of Starke Orlando. Jones Funeral Home of Tuesday, Sept. 11, with Mr James I
; seven Florida most of her life She was a Saturday, Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. Burial
grandchildren and nine great grand- Keystone Heights in charge of local Gilbert and Mr. Ernest Woodhouse Michael Corwith former resident of Lake Butler; was will be in Bethlehem Memorial I
children. ai rangementa.Amlel officiating Burial was in Keystone Mr. Michael Corwith, 92, of a hnmnnaker and a member of ihi- Park.
Funeral Heights Cemetery under the .
services direction
were held Tues- Gainesville
day,Sept. 11;at 1 p.m.at the Chapelof "Al" Good of Jones Funeral Home of Alachua General, Hospital Friday Sept.followinga 7 In t,

Archie! Tnnnor Fimnrnl Home of M'-Ainlel "Al" Good 'N.of Park Keystone Heights brief Illness. Born in Ollta, Wroujbel Timber
Starke with Rev. John I
Spratlin of- of the Palms, Keystone Heights, Katherine Annette"Katie" Lithuania, Mr.Corwith moved to the
ficiating. Burial was in Dyal died Saturday Sept. 8, in Alachua U.S.A. In 1903, moved to Gainesville &
BrantleyInfant In 1988 from Tamarac,Fla. He was a I
Katherine Annette "Katie" member of the Catholic faith; was a
Items Brantley days old,of retired machinist, tool manufacturing Stump Grinding i
I of Interest Thursday Sept. 6, in Sands company;was a Navy veteran of '
Teaching Hospital Gainesville. World War I, and was a member of We Buy Pine Trees in
by Carolyn Eave e, Survivors Include her parents, American Legon Post, Ft. Lauderdale 'I
uncleared lots.
BCT SUM Writer or on ,
Ricky Wroubcl
Sept. 16 22 raised by the club will be used for TULLERChiropractic Call Anytime I
Emergency'MedicalServices future projects and activities. Help 282-2431
the Aktloa Club and our environment I
Week at the same time I
For more Information, can the
Sept. 18 Sept. 22 has been pro- Keystone Heights Office
Hotline,toll free,1-8800-78
clamed Emergency Medical Services Recycling Rtcyclft not a total 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
Week by Gov. Bob Martinezand watt.I
Bradford County Commis- Your
sioners. 473-7213 0 place.

A series of child care and child Focus On Careers: .
safety classes is being planned by I /
local EMS, according to Director Single ParentsOr
Cliff Chapman. Dates and times will Homemakers PAIN' I
be announced at a later date. i I
Bradford Hospital will honor Focus on Careen at Santa Fe -
emergency services personnel Sept. Community College can assist you in Neck & Arm INJURIES
20 at a luncheon. the decisions necessary to pursue a
EMS is recognized for providing new career path. Mid Back Work Related
immediate necessary life-saving During the two week seminar Low Back&Leg -SportsPersonal
medical care to the citizens and from Oct. 8 19, the following ser
visitors of Florida on round-the- vices will be provided: vocational -
clock duty. assessment Information about high Auto Accidents:
The proclamation gives due wage training programs,. pre- a
to all and employment preparation and I
recognization men women
discussions of current employment
who dedicate their lives to the ser- .
vice of all Floridians through the trends. In addition, goal setting and
provision of emergency medical ser- personal growth skills will be ad
vices to Florida's injured and ill. dressed. The seminar meets dally CHIROPRACTIC CARE
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday WHEN YOU NEED IT 41/-
through Friday and U FREE for 24 IIOURS A DAY 7 '
Help OfferedAt adult residents of Alachua and Bradford J
Vo-Tech Counties. DAYS A WEEK f 'n _

Contact Andrea Ashley at 395- 393 V OFFICE HOURS _
For Single ParentsAre for further information. Olllce Hours. Mon. -Fit 8:30-6.00 p.m. Sot By Appointment

you a single parent strugglingto
make ends meet? Perhaps you
are just bored with your old job and THE ONLY
would like to train for a new one. Or ours.

offering Bradford-Union training that Vo-Tech can Center help you la OIL PRICE INCREASE THAT'S NOT PASSED ON TO YOU THE

qualify for a better job or train you CUSTOMER.
for a new one. You will even be .
assTsted"urnndIh a JtftnftKCierymr1' -'Tfi Fs ;' and decided absorb the t '
.have completed your nghT JimmyTJbwen Byron Terwillegar to ., f lssrIota
rrlo ..
for financial a single pattnt.assistance; trainlng"IfJ.OUare to help with,, wthfreSse and pass the savings to you why? Because they appreciate their rtr 4"P'se} zi 3 .. \f".r .

your small children while you train.I customers!

Call Vo-Tech at 964-6800. for helpto t I I I I I , I I I I . . I I ,
put you on the road to a brighter

Safety Road ChecksSet A tit/ yn Pr

For Area
Hampton Chief Hampton of Police will be rn 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.) 'iff'' i

conducting vehicle safety Inspections 2)) We Install A New'Oil Filter

along with driver license check 10 MINUTE 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis
during the month of September on
CR-18 CR-221 and CR-323. ,OIL CHANGE! D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant

Chief John Hodges feels these D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
checkpoints will be an effective
means of enforcing equipment .IlL D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid
and driver license laws of Florida Saw en Vita Pdl Equalizer bedding by Jamiso"and
PENHlOlL D 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid
of all
while Insuring the protection stay FREE at Courtyard by Marriott!
motorists. 'at'a D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid

D 9)) We Check and Fill BatteryJ1rldc1ass FH a limited lime,enjoy special savings on lop-
FHP Troopers of-the-line Vita Pidlc Equalizer bedding horn Jamison,
D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid America's most trusted name in bedding since 1883. SpecialJamison
Continue License, ; ; And when do you'll free night's
you receive a lodging
Vehicle Inspections :, D 11)) We Wash Your Windshield and breakfast buffet t at a Courtyard by Marriott,the Buy
D 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades mid.prked hotel ranked number one among U.S,travelers Vita-PcdicClassic
Bradford CountyThe ? With, Jamison's exclusive Equalize coil support $189.95 Twin ca.pc.
Florida Highway Patrol will D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the system,you know you'll always come home to a great/
be conducting driver license and night's rest And with this special offer,you'II even got
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- Proper Pressure a great night's rest away from, home Because every Full ea. pc. $249.95!
0 14)) We Vacuum the Interior spaCIous Manion room boosts comfortable Jamison
ing the week of Sept. 14 through Queen Set 59.9S! ;:
Sept. 20 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230: 5 D 15)) We Check Your Air- Filter bedding.So wherever you sleep,you'll sleep easy-on King Set 779.95
SR-18. SR-16, CR-I8.t CR-18, $209 a Jamison
CR-225. CR-125, CR-229; CR-231, D 16)) We Check Your Breather ElementTERWILLEGAR'S
CR-227tFR-2ZI, CR-230: and CR100AIn --.w'II L.J
Bradford County.Recognizing FURNITURE
the danger presentedto I I I I I I I I I I a I I I I I I I .u I I I I I I I I I, I I I I I I I I I/ I I I'I I Da[ 414; W.Cell St./411 W nalr..ro.e nuuuMadtaon
the public by defective vehicle E.1 A.r..H_mutUM.51. Slarke.."..H.pt,,... .*..a....?.',rnd.w .
equipment Troopers will concentrate 9M 5828' 964.5827 hiuidvf
LUBEProtection ... _.....
their efforts on vehicles being QUICK nr I A- Vbu Con Oto Btlter V"
operated with defects such as bad

brakes, worn tires and defective 150 W. Madison Street JamisonAct COUHTVARDt
lighting equipment. In addition, attention 964-9OOO >Udtrull
will be directed to drivers Starke, Florida nowl Offer good through September 30. 1990!
who would violate the driver license ---
laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints .
to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver REMNANTS!
license laws of Florida while insuring -

the protection of all motorists. :IN SHOWROOM SALE

Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
10 %
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during OVER COST $1.00 S Q. YD.to .
the week of Sept. 14 through
Sept. 20 In SR-100, SR-121, SO-231, $5.00 Square Yard
Sa-2U, SR-238, CR-18l CR-237, Certified Dupont ountryarpets
CR-229, CR125t.CR23IA, CR-24A Stainmaater Budget Saxony or
and CR-796A in union County. .
Sculptured Carpet
Sq hoot* $8 9 9 Yd
Recycling Drive over 10O colors to Sq, *
Set.; For Saturday Installed over budget foam padding

The New River Solid Waste RENTERS SPECIAL Commercial Indoor/Outdoor

',. drive Association Saturday will,sponsor September a recycling 15,, 1990 $4.99 Sq. Yd. Starting at $2.99 Sq. Yd.

at Starke from 9a.m. unit 12 noon. FINANCING PLAN TO SUIT ANYONE'S NEEDS t OI'KNMON..MM.
',* You can bring your aluminum and 101 HOWARDS RD.NKXTTO 964-6108 .9-6:00
'. steel cans, glass, newspaper and COMrVf. BANK S 1,1 ,.i 1t/

-, be plastic r,ve'soda""l bottles N' materials and milk will Jugs be to COMING OCTOWFR 1990: COUNTRY CARPETS DISCOUNT OUTLET ON U.S. 301 SOU liOUR

tv na&tu: ...1. e, however, all
", 'v r'ceds from tho drive will bed -
.' donated to Sunshine Industries/Ale- "
I,IB,* tion Club, who will have voluiileers BIGGEST SALE EVER !
it. on site to lend a hand. The moneys

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: AUCTION:202 Market Street New 8 unit SATURDAY ONLY:
Center. Call Irene Faulkner, Yard Sal. !
Shopping -
I Temple Starke
Furnished 2/2. ,
Faulkner 984-6069 : mi...
Road SR
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CH/A. W/D.
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': : D .' \) '1 porch carport,utility shed. New 25 yr.overroof. too far.you Next to Oyal
: '... .. ..,.*f1'.w."h ,, / City water/sewer on to. 7MOVING : tee this 3 M/2 BA home on a
I fenced lot in Waldo.Immaculate.((305) *, walking distance from anything
: .. Ivans: .. .. ..1\\.4' 882-0540 or 964-6727. 4 SALE washer: Sept and reduced to sefl..NON-

1969 MGB-GT: wire wheels, fairly good 1980GUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55. eta heater 984-3935. Next to : .
cond. $600. 984-8640 2 BR/1 BA. CH/A. Well pump and Store, Look for Sign I 3 BR/2 8A brick home on 1
I '83 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE SILVERADO: power pole Included. You move. GARAGE SALE: Stock Golf ft Country Club area.
., Loaded with many extras. $5200 $5900. 080. Call 782-3634. tfn Friday ft Saturday CH/A tile, carpet huge cypress
Please call 964-5647. alter p.m. PUBLIC Florida Housinghas Bedroom suites, shed w/green house attached.
I 2 NOTICE: the Global sale lot in dinette.eto.chalr. *. / ; ; buyer at an Int..... rate of
REDUCEDI! Must Setlll 1984 Ford Van Lake purchased All home In stock are living room suite, lot I I I Reduced 163.000.00 ,
I PS. PB. AC. Cruise Tilt Customized to be City.sold at new huge discounts. Some and collectible No This In-country 3 BR/2 BA
Interior. Now$4600.OBO. 782-1660. way BELOW whole..... First come fore refused. ......., home... en 1 acre loaded
TFN 2ATTENTION First serve, basic financing avail., Antiques, 7330 NE 3% down payment mortgage with
: Government seized vehicle dealer welcome. Call Ken 904.7551S207.4 Gainesville FL appointment to eee this beautiful
from $100. Fords. Mercedes: FRIDAY A SATURDAY:

Corvettes Chevy. Surplus Buyer OWNER TRANSFEREDI Assume qualifying on Prison Grounds. 8 / home 1,800 iq. ft. w/plenty of
Guide.2 (1)) 838-6885 Ext A-17283 loan on 1990. 2BR.2BA. 14 x 80 misc. hunting and areas, and grocery.fore...Thl.

69 $1800.FORD.BRONCO.Call after ISP'Great". 964-5420 for hunting. CH/A.Singlewide 782-1219, w/dshwasher or 782-3333.fireplace, 603 baby 7 PINEWOOD bed stroller DRIVE. : ; :; ; ; This elegant Spain-

2 4 well-kept lawn has 2,500 sq. ft.
the U. 1991 4 BR 2 BA. whip Ming for only Item Miscellaneous .fireplace. This out-ln-tho
IS IT TRUE Jeep for$44 through and adult clothing. coun-
S. GOVT7 Call for lactsi 6046495745 19995.Call set-up 904-762-1452.A delivered, loaded a.m. to 3 p.m. 7 : / | today for more details.
Ext S-9579. 2 today SATURDAY. SEPT. 15: home wI Jacuzzi, LUXURY Master
78 FORD VAN: Run good. $575 OBO. 4MUST dresser exercise the home, doubt car
964-8616. 21978DATSUNPICKUPRunsgreat. 4 acre. In Brooker. 2 BR/2 BA. heat and end*. 1000 S. | as a pin.Come take a look and
: .Only am til 11 7 Club Area.
fans dlshwa.her.city
pump ceiling new ,
65000. Call 782-3191 or 782-3326. water. $20.000 OBO. 485-1902. FRIDAY. 8 TO 5: Crib $ ; 3 acre fish pond and many
1980 CADILLAC:Good condition.$3000; 4HAPPY traveller $20;
70 El Dorado restored, low mileage. Come browse. 208 N. with LOW downpayment.
$2500;'69 VW Convertible restored, 7MOVING : )
$3500; '68 Bronco Totally redone, Animals/Pets' : '. SALE:Sept 13 ( )
; w/4 BR 4 1121A. carpet
., sq.
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C 782-3754.. I' r
customized $3500. I'
\ stove $35; freezer ; .. of
w/100 ft.
21S84 : ,,.. ... .FOr.iSale. .. .' West 16, across from crystal water
FORD RANGER:A/C PS.4 Speed. Salon. 7
: All cleared
Run Good. 15009647462. a mowed. |Iud
patented device controls flea In the .. .. ... .. '
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home Result .
without Pesticide .' ''
1965 GMC PICKUP: Robuilt350 engine 1" Into appro. 24 Lots, Great for
auto Iran. header and many new overnight GATOR II FARM SUPPLY 'I '" }.. .. | type of money making project
a GOLDKIST. 6 1 .. ,
part. $550 OBO. 864-3728.
For Sal Cad 964-5116
Pony home .
2 / story In the Country Club.
1981 BATHING dipping, grooming, boarding. WANTED TO BUY: today for details.
FORDCUSTOMF-100lcyI..tand.: Dogs and Cats. By exp. professional chicken houses. Will
Iran, rebuilt RVTs $1700. HOMES
engine 4BR 2BA. CH/A. over
Reasonable rate. Shaded
964-3728. 2Rent. country quantity wanted. the 3rd level Living room that
area. 984-9560.6 ((912)) 285-1610 (
AKC REGISTERED PIT BULL TERRIER Ga.) 11 with an entire sprinkler system
PUPPIES: Purple Ribbon Blood line. price.
Lease, SellFORLEASE:1.000q.ftand2.000sq Call for info 473-9072. Scott home w/large 20'x30 FR for the
1 | AC to run ft play, w/fenced
301 South Southpoint Plaza. 964- Only 2 (left Call 782-3191 or 782- 4 ACRES, 'Immaculate 3 BR home.
8848 or 473-3827. TFN 3 3328.6 This Is the country horn you've
FEMALE SPITZ: 6 mo. old. Housebroken. -

BOATS. ., .: I $75 negotiable. Call 964-2030 BA CH/A home Is rented at the
Mon.-Fri. (After 6 on Sat & Sun.) Limits on dty utilities.Good buy.

16 Ft TRI-HULL boat walk thru windshield 3 I
SOhp mercury w/electrto start Any type financing Is offered for
Floaton trailer.Firm 1200.9644499. Call neighborhood.' Kitchen equipped
I. Make an appointment today with

ii GAINESVILLE MORTGAGE II appointment..These) Low..Low..down lot payment-won't

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t'Q building Is In Immaculate con
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1 REALTOR Tcrwlllcggr-964-4211 -

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ERA Faulkner Realty; inc. lovely counryr home '

area.....motivated to
Located Hwy..30I. 3 block South of C.R.'JOO.. M Lafayette St| OWNER WILL ..
Union County. *

I Country*NEW US'liNG.leautlful Club. Building Lot, Not much clearing required. Close 123-90 to flnance..SultabIe.1 ACRE..2 AC.D.for. of Ltmerock

*40 ACRES Nice pasture land.3BR House, bam crass fenced. 87-90 Bulldozer
fence and also
*POOL Con't beat this 4BR/2BA on 1 1/2 beautiful acres. 93.90 privacy
*Se2.500CROSBY LAKE Beautiful lot. Can be subdivided. 2BR house, appointment to see
I CH/A. ,113-90 ,1.1 ACRI to 3 ACRES *
I *ONLY S3*,500t Will buy this remodeled house. New CH/A. Walk la shopp tank and w.llif
4 LOTS for sale
ing. 68.90
*IN TOWN Versatile 30 x 60 bldg. plus 4IR/18A.1iav. business home com- 10 percent for 5 yrs. a a a a a
binatlon. 122.90 .t BR BRICK HOMI1 a
*1 ACRE BEAUTIFUL LAND Build or put mobile ham. 121.90 plus appl.. Seller 1
LAWTEY 20 acres, very unique house, 2 Story stocked fish pond workshop Realty '
barn fenced 119.90 496-I126 ; inc., :
SALVAGE YARD Plus used car tales. 4 buildings on 91/2 acres, reported Your Union /
I good Income. 118-90 a i

CALL STREETS just behind Flynn's Dental office, 144 x 168 lot. Possible
| terms. 116-90 :

APPROX. 1*ACRESi Beautiful) land, several pecan trees, stacked fish pond; jur. S.
I 2 wells, storage building some fencing This"would" make. .beautiful building t5t.: i
I site. 112-90 FL '
*FOREST HEIGHTS Building lot on paved street.3500. 107.90 .heII.
*7S x 100 LOTl In lakeside Hills,w/prhriledge at Georges Lake$1695. 14-90 I

| $7800.*I LOTS each 7 J x 200 on paved road w/priv.toGeorge. Lake.All three 109.90 lots OU I;e JWktetgnt '

*llAun.Ul.IAMPSON LAKE tOYi 100 x 720. 64.90 Rc y ,
*4.I7 ACRES on NE 30 Avenue. 42.90 I
'*3BR/IBA HOME CH/A and ((2)) 30 x 600 chicken houses and 8 acres of land. Room CH/A. Range Retrl
I This Is a working chicken farm. 56-90 > .. 1800 SF. Corner lot. 175 000 '

*PRICE REDUCED 3BR/1BA on 4 acres W/2BR/1BA M.H. Good r.ntollncom.. CH/A Stone Fireplace. Famll.
I some owner flnandnt Lawtey area. 108-90 w/Woter C Elect 2.79 Acres' a
*COOO STARTER HOMES close to schools, :3BR/2BA ham. on Pratt Sic Prked "David t. Dodge,
I to sell/ at 33900. 97.90 Florid ltsj.\;* Slat*** Family Room w/Flr.ploce.
*NICE ..I.IA HOME With Florida room, could easily be made Into a 3BRI Rent Evlntei Swimming Pool Large a
I home.In city- Sy appointment only. 92.90 ,
*OWNER NEEDS TO SELL DM TO HLLNESSi 3BR/1BA M.H. on 2.45 ac., Refrl, Dishwasher, CHI A. Sun a
| 126.000. 53-90 ; Acre. $84,300.00.
i *KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/2BA 2 acre 6 yr., near country club. Price reduced : Brick living. Dining Family
[ for quick sole 89.90 ... $87.000. a
*PRICE REDUCED 4BR/house en 1 acre with 200' frontage on 301, Owner I I ) Home, Well a Septic 1. Acre'.
I highly motivated/will finance. 100.90.lIAunPUI.
OLDER HOMES It? x 288 fully fencIr tornii*lot, Lawtey. CH/A. AEXCILIENT PorchesU. x 16 Utility BUa'. e
| fireplace. city water,over 1700 sq":ft. Extras. 88-90 *FARM HOUSIi3/1
*NICS ...111... home separate laundry.,house 2.5 ac., mostly cleared OWNER I MM. CHI A.'Stove a Reid' 2 a
I great starter home. 38-90 *LEASE PURCHASli
*BIAUnPUL 16. M. 1 YR OLD D/W M.H., 1 acre CH/A, large covered car. *CONNERY $. Mobile Home w/Addllkms
I part, covered front perch, assum. mortgage. "r.flnonc. or 1 lease *SR UWiGorgeoae / Work Shop Fish Pond 2 a
purchase. .." 24-90 *CONVENIENT .. '
*74 ACRRSi with 3BR home 'In lawtey on CM 135 Beautiful fenced pasture, *lIST AREA! Stark. a
i *1 Yt OLD D/W M.H..1.5 acres, 3BR/2BA CH/A, assumable! mortgage for *61 ACRES OP I for Small .u.,...... For Rent or

f I qualified buyer. 23.90Own .40 ACRES Heavy
*BEAUTIFUl MOM a DRYl wooded building lots In.country club area. "LAKIFRONTi FI.h. Plenty' of Warehouse Space a
/. finance 20-90-89-90 *37 / BR/ BA CI Home sw Mobil.
*KM RENTS Beautiful D/W. M.H.. 38R/2BA, Polio, 1 1/2 acre, stacked catfish ,*NATIONALLY KNOWN Tanks a 4 Wells' 3 Acres. '
.: pond. CH/A. secluded, off Bayless' Hwy $450. per. mo. By Appointment *NEW-SEAirnPUU 2 or Lease

*BRICK 3/fiCH/A walk
: Tracts Near
Call On qf Professionally *NON aUAUFYINOi "

Trained StqffTodajj..9B4-5069 *BEAUTIFUl I STORY I Sewage. Owner Financing. a
After Hour*Call These ReaforAssocfates: +*LAWTIYi Nice CB. 3/1 .. Owner Fnsncing, .
1nooIcIng.. a
.lntl..L.F.u1kner..984-S142 *FARM HOUSE*BARNS ,
*STORY CI DAR. 3600 "
e Dadene Oodtrta..48eV2SO3Wkrr CRYSTAL LAKE 1 BRI odd 961.,
WoodT' Rydes'.9e4-9040 *. US Ml SOUTHi .large : sift Ge..m 9f4 a
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: CUTALICIA ilAY IN ROLL.Mulch FULL TIME REAL ESTATE AGENT. milled to the Lake Region Montor! of- son Ruolly Corp. 413.4816 chg8/30 Hn Itl'S APPLIANCE USED SALES AND SATURDAY ONLY: Sopt 15. Moving/

.. for landscaping, 7823140. tinHANOI CONFIDENTIAL INIERVIEW/ 864- fk. In writing and paid In advance GENERAL HOMI-R.palre, plumbing, REPAIR SERVICE Buy tome, sell., some, Yard Sale. Big Dig Big. Brownloo
12 4522 un I... credit l. already ttobllthod rooting carpentry, heat A air cond.. trod. tome, flic torn. 4962090.- 4tpd.: Roa iSR 229)7) mi. NWol US 301 on

HOUSE PORTABLE buildings AI I fEN I ION. Earn inanity watching TVI with this offlceMONITOR painting doors lock, tewer Adrulnt. 4/12-4/26 then TFN. toftllyougetlottiorivor youVogono
storage : $32.000/yr Income polontial/, Details. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4/3-2577. 2tchg-9-l3-20 TRAILER HITCH for full sire! truck. Call too far. Noxt to Dyal Comotory.

houses. OIDOWN PAYMEN,Hwy (\w602) '838 8885 Ext. TV.I 1283 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 'NEED A CARPENTERT-Locol carpenter U 964-8791.PICK ask for Ja...... TFN. 7 *

'f: 301 South, 964 8848 TFN CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER looking for part-time evening work. GRAPH AT MARTINS. FRUIT
AI I feN nON:Earn money typing athomel fHE TELEPHONE. Metldenlal or commercial. Private FARM Fort White, will be closing at 5 MOBILE HOMES

.1, 12X21! CARPORT $990.NO DOWN 32,000/yr( ( Incoino potontinl. Details Clouiflw deadline I I. 11:00: a.m. Tues owners or conttraclor' odd t end. p.m. "Frl. Sept. 14. Thanks for your FOR SALE

PAYMENT.Handl House portable ((1)) 838.8885 Ext T-3493. 15 day prior to Thurada,,'. publication. 473-7883. 2tpd9-13-2O bu.I...... So you next year. 9/13. .. .--.-----
.. buildings Hwy 301 South Storks 964- AT ENTIQN.:Earn monoy reading booksl) Minimum charge U$3.50 lor 15 word., EXCELLENT CARE-For the Elderly and/or CREPE MVRTU- NOW BLOOMING Rod,
8848 TFN 12 $32.000/yr Incomo potontinl. Details then IS cents for each additional word.If Excellent houtecleoning. Reference White Pink and Wt.ll. At Marti,,'* MOBHI MOMS WITH S ACRES no (erne,

I LIQUOR LICENSE: #COP, Good for ((1))838.8885 Ext Bk 17283. bill are mailed out, there will be a provldod. 473-3723. Ilchg9-13 Fruit Farm Ft. White. Wo also have month to month. $300 332.6211.6..
Package or Lounge. Call 9645509. 15HOSPITAL $3.00 billing charge. Irult plant 4972621. Closed Sunday 9/13.
12 COMPASSIONATE LADY win give care 2tchrg. 9/6 9/13. .
JOB $8 Mailing address P.O. -
: 80/hryau area. No : Box 1171,
,J TRAILER: FOR SALE: 4 ft x 6 ft, alumi exp necessary. For Info call 1-900226 Keystone HU., Fl 32656 to oktoily lady In my Keystone Heights WOOD STEREO CABINET COMPUTI FOR RENT"RENT

num. $450. Call 4739785. .9399 ext 17996am.8pm 7dny .. -- .- homo. Must bo ambulatory. Call 473- WITH TURNTAILI AM/FM radio. .--- --
12BALDWIN 0078. 17 cassette deck, -track, with 10" In.
$12 65 FOR SALE
Eloctronlo Organ, call week BE A PARALEGAL phone 15 -. ..--- OUADFOHD SCPTIC TANK SERVICE: speaker. Can be connected to S additional OR RENT TO PURCHASE $160 to
days alter 5pm S weekends 964.8781 Attornoy Instructed: Accredited 1976. SATELLITE Septic Link pumpouts at reasonable pair of speaker. S1JO.OO Call S2OO monthly. Sec. Dep. required. Sid'
Home Study.Fin. SYSTEM-repoueued due to 496-1393 after S Pork behind 515 llpd. 9/14.
12 Aid prices,also dram line repairs.Starke. p.m. 2tpd. 9/7. 9/14.
Froe Catalog, SCI 1-800 669- divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing .. HOME Porch.
ti t 85 TOYOTATRUCKTOPPER: .white. 2555. 15 down. 139/mo. 12721031.4lchg9427 0648121. TFN 17 ---- .. t I BA. MOIIIE Large
liko now. $150; Five formal dresses JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN FLOOR SAGGIN.OOOR PERSONAL SERVICES Between Providence and Worthlngton.SIOO .
It $25 each. 782-1445. 12 AUSTRAIJA: DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT OF Dep. $225 ino. 4962842. Itpd.
available In sovoral new 6 mo. old
BABY BED dark stained nrons, LEVEL??LaRuo Leveling Service for 9/14.
f' w/Sears mattress will train. For with scrambler
call Nothing down.
,$50; Craco swing,$10;carrier 8620 est. 362 15 : .708742- 49mo. 1-272-1018 4lchg9/6-27 all your foundation repairs. 473-7721.) WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS. Dor. Nice 3 BR 2 BA. Mobilo Home on 231 In

$5 4238;girls, 12 clothe,3 mos. and up. 964- NURSES needed for bonutiful now nurse NICELY SHADID-IOT. w/MH hook-up. TFN7.. .. .. -. .. man Inch water Well and_.II.Septic. Pump.Tank alo Inc... se 24... Lake 13 Butler. C.ill 496-2599
ing homo. Windsor Manor hoi 3/4 acre In lake G.neva.(904)376593I.4tchg9.13.10.4 .
open vice installation lank, lift
:. FURNITURE tools HELP WANTED septic --- -
groceries. Must see ings on all shifts. RN's$14.00 per hr. ( ) Italian Now Installation, dralnflokf/
to -- NOTICE
appreciate. 9646362.
12 LPN's$11.OOporhr.Call Mrs. Boyco. TWO NEW-VAN bucket teat, maroon- Contact
repair Bryan (Skootor)
DON. 964-3383. 15 V. w/bate. lift Chevy 83.90, $50 eachor Jono-27S-2O04. Lea Jones27S27I6..
FARM: You Catch 'Em. Open Fri., HELP NEEDED for Lawn Service. Call 2 for $90: New Slepbumper fill word procettlng tklllt. Send return or After 6 State licensed- work CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
Sat. & Sun. E. Market Road, 964- 9644238. 15 Chevy 80-87. $45. New 15" and 16" letter of Inquiry to Keystone UMC, P.O. p.m.
guaren'....- free estimates. 1/25 Stpd.: mlttod to the Union County Time of-
; '57 3219. 12 NEED EXTRA INCOME? Bo an Avon Chevy wheels $15 each. I rug Box 744 Keystone Height. Fl 32656. 2/22 then/ HnPAINTEa lie In writing and paid In advance
,. CHEVY' BODY. 72' Chevy Blazer 4 representative lor information call 9x12-$13, carpet 8xl2-l2. 2 formica 2lchg9-6-l3 unless. credit I I. already established
WD, 78 Nova body. 68 Camaro parts. Ramona at 782-3068. 15 countertops 4x7'-$20 each. Call alter BANDS NEEDED-and female bartender residential Prol. work. Free with this o ke.THf .

Chevy small block engines. Chevy LEAD GUITARIST:For local country band 6:30 wkdyt. All day Sol/Sun. 4752372. Call 4734270. Apply at Cattleman'. Estimate 468-1668. 17 TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
engine parts tires & wheels, 9.8 Must be willing to practice.Serious inquiries 2lchg9-13-20 lounge 4734270. 3lchg8-30-9-6-13 RESPONSIB1E FOR MISTAKES IN
Mercury outboard boat ... .. HELP WANTED
shotgun '
!! only. Call Mike after 5 p.m.. -- -- CtASSIPIEOS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
pistols, and rifles. 964-6931. '

., Saturday REDUCTION, Sept 14 SALE 45.:9-5.Friday Bod-ft 'JJtjef spria"iiS:' ' : S14S/S135 month. Lake Geneva acres; 69000. 698-4348 602-838-1885 exl. R-9l27.3tpd. 8/30. Minimum charge I I. 15 ward far$3.SO,
room suites dining room suites, dinette Lv' ft'j: : : Rentals, per 3tpd8/30-9/6-13 9/13 then 1S cent for each word thereafter.
sets,chairs,tables. Ethan Allen 4737566. 6mopd7-90-l-91 NEW 3BR/2BA-Wllh and WANTING TO BUY I'm buying old cookie
polio fireplaceon POSTAl JOBS Start
living suite Installed Free per
room tots :
of glasswareand HANDYMAN estimates. momth. Lak. occeit. Lake Geneva paved road In city limit. $59,900. $11.4l/hourl) Fort application Info tall tart, depression glow, art pottery,
collectibles. No reasonable offers FENCE CO., Rentals 4737566. 6mopdtol2-27 See Display Ad In 'A' Section for ((1)) 602-838-8885 Ext. M-' J2.> (Rosevllle. Hull and Ponder) and
refused. Fairbanks Furniture ft owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.ALTERATIONS dote ils. 4Ichg9.13.1CJ.43IRI'I.IA.MH. o.m.-IO 7 porcelain. Call ((904)) 4962310. Itpd.
Antique, 7330 NE Waldo Road TFN 17 30 FT. CAMPER-Slnglet prelerred. A/C, p.m.. day 3tpd. 8/30. 9/13.
new septic tank, new ATTENTION EASY WORK EXCEUENT 9/14.
cable, full bath r.f. Everything turn.
FL hems
Gainesville 375-7577. : zippers buttonholes
12 ,
': USED except cooking $250/mo. 200-amp power pole, new furnace,CA PAY Assemble preduet..5 .....
7823754.BEAUTYSHOP 12 EQUIPMENT:Call 7, patchesetc.days a week,7am-8pm,964-Drop off and pickup $50/dep. 4732667. 4lchg8-30-9-20 gat. on lot 100x140. 8000. 473-4436 lake Detail ((1) 602-838-88M ..... W91I7.Stpd. .

IRRIGATION PIPE:Appro 1800 ft.;pipe 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from COWPEN LAKI-2BR, CH/A furn., dock, REDUCED Geneva Itpd9-13 TO SEll-at 62000. Open ATTENTION. 8/M 9/13 lAIN MONEY READING Break the Routine
Joints; 3 cannons Irrigation Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFNWANT W/D hook-up garden tub bay window
; .
'. sprinklers. For more Information pump call 17 *. 4752427. 2tchg9-13-20 Haute Sunday 1-5 p.m.. 6686 BOOKS? S32,000/yr. Income potential. with UpjohnWould
Woodland Drive. Redfearn-Rlchardon
Dotall 1-602-838-8885 Ext. BK 9127.
2BR/1BA BRICK-Lakelront $325.
t 7823254. 12 DRINK THATS YOUR BUSI Realty Inc. Ask for Undo 4731136. Stpd. 8/30, 9/13. you like an Interesting
WANT IBR/lBAMH-neartchooli lenced.
NESSI $275.
BABY BED. $75; MCS Free-Style Bike, TO STOP? THAT'S
I Hpd9-13 WORK FROM HOME $60 change in nursing while
100 career
$500. OURSI Alcoholics 2BR/IBA MH-On 3 Acre., private. $250. par prepare your
orlg price $250 Anonymous 964-
asking ;Scooter ,
moll. Information send addressed ?
Ing supplement
3BR/2BA-On 1 Acre. $375. -- --- lamp you your income
$45 metal shelves and 3619,964-4150.964-8614. 17
; brackets.Call
f 964-6213. 12 DIVORCES,$95-$150; WILLS,$35-$50; lBRFURNlakefront$373.3BR2BAChalet LAND stomp to K." Enterprise P.O. Become Upjohn employee and
TRI-CART: Include batteries and DEEDS, $20. MANY MORE SERVo ttyle on Hall Lake. $575 --. -. --- Box SIS7-XXW Hillside NJ 0720S. Stpd. put your valuable skills to work

charger. 431-1035. 12 ICES AVAILABLE. Call Bradford per month. NICELY SHADED-Lotw/MH hook-up 3/4 8/30.9/27. your own schedule.

l SHELLED CORN:$8.00 per 100!Ibs.Call Secretarial Services, Inc.. 984-2700. CALL WATSON-Realty Corp. 473-4816' acre In Lake G.n.va ((904)3765938.4lcr.g913.104 ) RN'hour., IPN'for NEEDED of$12.50 fodllHo to 823 Neesecall on Work different locations and

964-3060 after 6 p.m. 12 BABYSITTING In my home: Infants to on above rental.. Itchg9-l3 I Suwannoo a variety Medical Medical get relief from day-to-day stressesassociated
PIANO FOR SALE:Wanted responsible school age 2 hot meals w/snacks. NEAR MELROSE: 14'wide M/H. 2 BR/1 Personnel 4963034.: 9/14. with hospital and patient
2tchrg. 9/7.
person to take on a low monthly pay Weekdays 6 am to 6 pm. Have tram- 1/2 BA. 3 yra. old, new carpel total FOUND routines..
r ment on a beautiful console piano. No poline, swing set & fenced-in-yard.. elee., CH/A. utility bldg. with washer According to your training i and

money down.Call toll-free 1-800-346- 964-6341 ask for Debby. 17 and dryer hookups. On one acre. All SET OF KEYS.One I I.a Dattun key Found preference choose from assignments.
2450. 12 HANDY MAN: Bargain Rates. Painting. fenced. No Indoor pets. $325 mo. 17774501 on Highway 100 In Keystone Call Join die Upjohn health Care

1978 HONDA CVCC WAGON: Not run- Plumbing.Electr cal,Decks,Additions, or 4753468. 13 4732210. O t7 Services learn.At Upjohn it's up

r ning, $150 as Is. Gasoline sidewalk Major Repairs. 25 yrs. Experience.Local to you.Positions.
YARD SALES '--'--'
edger,M I Is,$25.00.Phone 9644116anytime. references. Woody, 964-5405 CARS available 1 newt

,r 12 before 7 a.m. or after 8 p.m. for best ATURDAY-Sept.15, 9 S -- -- -- ..- Registered Physical Therapist,
USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Sharp a.m. to p.m. Registered Physical Therapy
r' results. TFN 17
6441 Baker Road. 1979 UNCOlN-Conllnental
Household Items, 1 Owner,
copier, $200 several used Assistant Nurse for
; typewriters. STRICKLAND'S. SEWING MACHINE Registered
tool, etc. Itpd9-13 .. Good condition excellent
After 5 p m. call 964-8569 or SALES AND SERVICE: All makes ? transportation. weekends and holidays.! Call today
B SEPTEMBER IS-9 till, Baker Road $2495. 4751536. 2tchg9-13-20
154-mS! 120' "D .W UUV -" "'IMfmOtHff ql1J.U..
cfe'aWoV'Wfatr: aid. adjusted South on Lake Geneva. IIpdor.rr-: .i 1974 TOYOTA PU-Good mileage, good 3fcrjjore) informatia!".
$15. New and used sewing BIO GARAGE AU-Saturday.Sept.13;!V''*" condition, $1295 obo.' 473-2377 'I
machines. Hwy 233 ft 16 (Morgan College/Office refrigerator IBM weekday 1tpd9-13

"FOR, ,R 'T' Road) 9648733TFN 17 Memory Writer and table, many other 1I'U' 964-8772
: WATER SPECIALIST: Pump and well Item. Keystone Oaks off SRI 00. WANTEDCAII'OOLlR.wanted.
repair, all make and models. Lifelong THURSDAY -Friday. Cardinal Drive, Never leave a small child alone vpJo1ie311fCa18 ..

resident with many years experi- from from with container of liquid.
OUN'S SUBDIVISION, MOBILE Home ence. Call Collier at 9646529. across elementary tchool. TRSSO Dally any largo I Services
l Computer-SSO toddler bike teat I Keystone Height to HAS JAX. leave
lots for rent, water and sewer furnished -
QUALITY SEWING with an eye for perfection helmut-$15, 2 new ttroller-$40, lots oi Keystone 6 a.m. Leave NAS at 4 p.m.
J' TFN cable tv available. 782-3333 ) Full service for all your clothing beautiful baby cloth... 473-7140. Call 4734470. 4tpd8/23-30:
13 needs. Call 964-4757. If
r" no an- l 1tchg9-l3
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for swei leave message for Carol.
rent Close to prison. Call 4681323.
PRESSURE WASHING Houses sidewalks
TFN 13 : -

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 driveways, trailers, roofs and t I tt'
roof repairs. Call 964-6341. Terry t't
Bedrooms. Near Prison. Call 964- Parks. TFN 17 Insurance Collision WorK FRCR229
t' 6115 or 468-1323. TFN 13 '
Mobile Home ROOF "" > '
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile $78.95.#1 -Kool Seal'white or Special aluminum / 99, YID Jg WN>t'v $35PER WEEK.

from City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN applied to Single Wide N.W. 28th Starke
your St. 9646133ESISTAiikonmentaL
*S MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY size. Call now 964-8961 17 '79 Olds 'Delta 88 $1495

7498 TFN 13 SERVICES: Quality work at lowest
; MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 1/2 Mile prices.!work guaranteed 9643412. '81 Chev. Malibu Sta. Wgn.

t: from 13MOBILE City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN NURSE Companion to aged or Invalid,In V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3557 $1O95

r HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY your home. Young man with certifi
78 Mercury Sta. Wgn.
cate. Good cook, 964-9560 Zephyr
TV BR. $695
1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 PAINTER, residential, Prof. work. Free 6 cyl.. Std. Trans.
WALDO VILLAS are now renting Estimates. 468-1668. 17 Pumping and Septic Service, Inc. '80 Chev. Luv P/U
Townhouses. Starting at 26000. YOUNG MAN desires work. Has drivers $1295
llcense.Any type work OK,Has expe- 4 cyl.. 4. eed. 3S4O
Equal Housing Opportunity. Formore New Installations Repairs Restaurant Grease .
rience with animals, supermarket,, '
Information 13TWO call 468-1971.TFN nursing home. Good cook A house- Traps Pumped, Residential PumpOutsState $1t1> $'IAt N > f.tiJ' $40 PER WEEK:

BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: Com- keeper. 964-9560 17.
furnished. $175/mo. $100
.: dep.pletely No pets. 9647650. 13+ Free estimates. Mike Cole. Call after State Lie.Licensed#90-0911& Insured 964-5008 Bus. 4 Cyl. AT. Ai! 3S47 $2495

2 BR TRAILER-STARKE: Near prison. 58.m..964-4111. 17 State Auth. #039 7.90 5383120Mobil '81 Ford Granada
$55 week, first and last weeks rent : working mom. After 2495
Looking for mature couple or individ- school,nights and weekends. For 8 cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 3537
ual. Call 9643938. 13 dependable,good child care call 964-

LOW DAILYOR WEEKLY RATES:Kitchenettes "8522.17 '82 Chevy S-1O Pick Up $2495

available. Lawtey. 782-333Z PAINTING: Any trailer, w/paint and one. Help Wanted V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. f 3524 _
color. $130.: Woody 9645405.

MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: Has Front HANDYMAN wants work.Nojob too small. POSITION JOB COACHTo '79 Olds Cutlass 8/W

Room addition. $225/mo. Call after 6 Lawnwork, painting, window washIng VS. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3511 $1695
p.m. 9645449. Security deposit re- pressure washing. If you need provide on the Job training to handicapped adults working In

13 .any kind of work or Just someone to various Jobs In the community. Applicant: Desire highly motivated :< &. '
MOBILE HOMES:2 BR/1 BA each. help you. please give us a call. Kay'sCleaning & $299 D )WN ,> $40:PGR .WGEK
In <
Unfurnished. $250 mo. + $150 sea at 9644908. Remember, quick learner with ability to train mentally handicapped adults Job

deposit NW 57th Avo (Old Crawford no job will be too small. 17 skills. College and human service experience and/or 2 years In 84 Chevy Cavalier *

Road).Forinformatlon.call 782-3160. COMPASSIONATE LADY wig give care vocational, developmental services or Industry preferred. Salary 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC 3S34 __. 2695_
13LARGE to elderly lady In my Keystone Heights $550.00 to 650.00 based .
Bi-weekly on qualifications.Send '
14X70 3 BR/2 BA MOBILE home. Must be ambulatory. Call 473- 84 Merc. Topaz
Resume to Bob Executive Sunshine $2895
Larimer. Director
HOME: $275 mo. $100 dep. 964- 0078.17 : 4 Cyl. AT. PS. PRo AC. 3489
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9017 or 964-8704. 13 f ARTIi.SERVlPE imh .
RENT 2 BR/1 BA. Air '84 Omni
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'1 t pickup.$90.00 monthly rent Ph. Dishes, Etc. '82 Toyota Corolla$3495

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Going Strong... Ilyou you earn$3.35 per hr., 40 hrs. a .
Keystone Height High School vanity halfback Rick Crane fcka up yardage for the Indiana. week&have 3 dependents,your 995Z/s7 oo
After trailing throughout the entire game on the road In Creen Cove Springs,the Indiana got a 22-yard field goal rent would be about$112 a monthor
$3.73 per day for days left In the
from sophomore kicker Matt Teague with 0:00 showing on the clock to win 1-7 In regulation. month. for move-In after the first. I{
Statistics for the Move-In cost can be as low as
KUliS 0 0 0 8 8 $10.00 Low Income 5318 NORMANDY BOULEVARD

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I RESIDENTIAL Bradford-Putnam-Union OPPORTUNITIES Guidance WAllftIOlll"AIAII"11f&fffeAIlf
Receives Waste GrantsBaker Clinics Inc.operate a residential facility
for adolescent substance abusers in
Starke,Flonda.The following p<..itioni .
will be available October I. 1m.
Bradford and Union Coun- Florida Legislature. ; IflJl4,.,
ties, the New River Solid Waste Wilkins said the counties are Residential Cook
Association regional coalition for authorized to use the funds for pur- High School diploma experience in
\ solid waste disposal, have each chasing or repairing solid waste restaurant or group living food
received$25,000 grants to help them scales, annual solid waste manage- preparation required.Must be able to pus ''
and obtain healthcerifica '
meet the requirements of the 1988 ment program operating costs,plan- physical any
Solid Waste Management Act, says ning, construction and maintenanceof lawi/regulationi.on.at required This petition by State will be a KITCHENAID -
Rick Wilkins, Director of Waste solid waste management facilitiesor 40 hour/week spread over 6 working .
recycling facilities, solid waste .
Management, Florida Departmentof day" Front Load "',
Environmental Regulation. education for employees or the Salary Range:$11.000 S12.500Receptionist ,
Twenty-six small Florida coun- public, or recycling demonstration Swing Down Door .;
ties, all with populations under projects Extra Capacity Heavy,Duty 4' ,
/ 30,000, have received the grants for The department- i received 28 applications I wprirWiih-the High School diploma and ability;!to .'>.., n ',v. .71a... t. '-DRYER.GAuto : .: '
the third since of the frbiri'lmair pubttarReiponiibUiuei ?
year passage include typing,filing and maintenance of' $
Solid Waste Management Act by the which represents 100 COffiltieS'-1 records for adolescent residential Cycle
ticipation of eligible treatment program.
Salary Range:$9.500$10.400 MAGICCHEF WASHER'

Residential Technician II
Two positions available. 20LB Cap. Dryer
diploma/GED Requires AA with Degree 1 year,or High related School BEST BUY 20LB Cap. Dryer 3 SPD. COMBO

"'A,. experience.Involves working with and OF THE 8
supervision of adolescent substance
A restaurant once warned "Customers abusers in residential sellingThese YEAR
: who consider our waitresses W$299E
uncivil ought to sea the positions will require holiday work and
flexibility to work any of three shifts on a
flex basis,
Salary Range:$15.000$16.000
Residential Therapist
864 N.Temple Ave., Starke Requires Masters Degree or Bachelor' )
Degree with 2 years experience.This
Eves & Weekends 964-7578
: position will be an evening and weekend
work schedule in a residential facility for
Well substance abusing adolescents in Starke. o
Myers Position involves the responsibilities of FULL FULL
[Residential & Irrigation Facility assistant Manager.facility manager Other mponsibilityes in absence of the SIZE $249 00 SIZE

include on-can for emergencies,group, W/ALL 4
and Individual EXTRAS
family therapy.
I I Salary Range:$20.000-$22.000

Deadline applications: !
Pump September 17.1990 KITCHENAID $319

Sales &
Send Resumes to: Sbnlllai to Ilkitfrallona
Bradford-Putnam-Union Guidance
Service On j Clinics,Inc.
P.O.Box 1177 .
All lIc 1305 Makes 9644061 Starke,Florida EOE 32091 REDUCEDSide-by-Side "

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FFA Washington Conference... !.... Free Gift with Order $40.00 Deposit Required

Krtaty Harrison, (right) of Starke Is greeted In Washington D.C. by
Casey hem of Fruitland Idaho. ,the National Western Region Vice Presi
dent. Harrison attended the week-long National FFA Washington Conference
k;G'tlU.S. Program In July representing: the Bradford Senior Chapter FFA. FOREMOST o+ PnlCE.WISE Sale

Krlsty Harrison, of the Bradford National Cemetery the Jefferson LiquorStores Prices
Senior Chapter Future Farmers of Memorial and other historic sights combine to bring you Start
America. (FFA) attended the 1900 in Washington were included in the LOWER PRICES 9/13
Washington Conference Program in confrerence.A .
the nation's capital July. highlight of the week was a visit
The week long program helps FFA to the office of Senator Connie Mackof iJ IN:::HOUSED: SPECIALS 'THIS
members improve leadership skills Florida. : WEEK i,
develop an understanding of national The FFA members also : .
Army's 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Hdouse I ;750 '
Brig. Gen. Ron : DeKUYPER ;
and portunity to visit ; PEACHTREE
Adams left, the divisions deputy for logistics, the heritage prepare for more SCHNAPPS $6,99
presents certificate of
appreciation from the 101st. to Lt. Col. Kent Petelle. Camp Blanding' effective leadership roles in their chambers Representatives while Congress and Senate was in ,<750, :SEAGRAMS CROWN ROYAld:, .",' 1399!
deputy post commander and chapters and communities. Sessionson -750.u- '.' ; '. '
faculties SEAGRAMS
headquarters In Camp It manager. recently at the post human relations goal setting and session.FFA. ;, 7" Blanding. recognized logistical support.' communications Advisors at Bradford High '750V JOSE CUERVOTEQUILA :
The list Division halls from Ft. personal develop ; :; GOLD; 'V : 9,99,
Campbell ,and has )
Ky. been activated
to the Mid East during operation Desert these skills. Personal outlook, School are Greg Alvarez David ;SL ; :EARLY TIMES <," ./* ::
Shield. R"\ ; 6,99
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Smith Walt Westcott.The to ; ;"
and trip
motivation and pride are also : (,bo. .. .CANADIAN ; :
by 1It1.I t CI. Coord C.Mirab.1 discused. Washington was sponsored by Jones ,/" TIMES. "." ., '. ; ," 13.99
CUTS Public Attain. ) Visits: to Mount Vernon, the Funeral Home Dr. Pete Claras ;'1.75 ;:SMIRNOFF *0' ""'<';K "".",;''4BAIWE '""/"J' 14.99'
Blanding Takes Part Smithsonian Inntthrtlon, Arlington Thomas Auto Parts Denmark Fur- l ? !, < '
In Mobilization For Desert ShieldThe niture and Anna Feloe. alkti; $ & JAMES'ORIG'NA. ., : :,: :53:19: :/
.1,75 ; '
post of the Florida National Guard Camp Blanding as well as "
their personnel, were recently recognized by the United States Army's Looking? Try the Classifieds
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) from Ft. Campbell Kentucky, for
their efforts and participation at providing logistical support on the Divi 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
sion's recent move to the Middle East In the early stages of deployment In
exercise Desert Shield. E-Z WHEELS
"We sincerely appreciate the certificate resented." proudly said 2309 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile N. of Starke
Deputy Poet Commander, Lt. Col. Kent Petelle and added, "We mostly 1320 N. Temple Avenue'- Starke
appreciate the fact that Brig. Gen.Ron Adams the Division's deputy for 19049647771OPEN
logistics, delivered the citation personally to our soldiers" Petelle said. SEVEN DAYS
"We mostly appreciate the fact that Brig. Gen. Ron Adams, the C964 7783=::> A WEEK
Division's deputy for logistics delivered the citation personally to our
soldiers," Petelle said. The presentation was made in the post's conference RAY PARRISH BAND
room witnessed by many members of the post staff. F' 'w' "" $ '*''''''t'ft '' '''''
Beginning August 11, and lasting through Aug 20, Camp Blanding .mU, U 'B" ,. et. 1't'H', eJ"e Playing Wed.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun.
Training Site became the staging area for the Division's equipment 'ifHt ,' .: ," \.f
mainly wheeled vehicles and helicopters which were to be taken to near "t. :;{\<"Ir.1" : ''-'' -' : \'): Wednesday's Ladies Night

by Blount Island, approximately 60 miles east, northeast of here. The .+- ,!",e-\:\: ,DC, : ':',;J:'
seaport of embarkation is located there. Bar & Call Drinks & Beer FREE
"On the way down from Ft.Campbell many of our soldiers and drivers -
were encountered with citizens waving flags and banners, showing theirsupport
to us and our country" Adams said, "That made us proud." agANTA..!>wE-F.ORni-
'The charity,generosity and the moral support provided to the soldiersof UP TO $1500 OVER 40EXPLORERS
the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), were key factors in its suc
,t- cesssaid Adams and added "This demonstration of support is an eloQiraotjuidAOViiig -. IN REBATES rOM
... Wbut4Weappatriotism of unit and
1\ Citizens In a free society.: soldiers" S1CT LMQpp3 ,.,,..,,. m. ell Beat Itl'" M STOClP1.1iTr1 <
"At times we bad as many as 70 helicopters and as many as 400 soldierson
post," explained Petelle "It was a busy time for many around here," IIIHIrttHHHHIII
he said. .
Post personnel: were also assigned to the embarkation point in Blount :
Island with two ambulances and eight Guard medics beginning on Aug. PLEDGE HEADQUARTERS
14. At the time of this report they're still there.
Billeting space 18 building to be exact,as veil as rations maintenance
equipment and an air traffic control element as well as personnel from
Camp Blanding's headquartered Air National Guard's 202 Civil Engineer 01 ESCORT LX ,, ( RANGER XLTFrw
Squadron (Red Horse) aided the movement with landing lights, since CAM adr..,AC.pS.A huwy Inferior,ctear OMC f. or o I 00 nraffliuan m PKIAO) ,.HUFII pug*tmwM fxcfcagt.
many of the U.S.Army troops arrived late at night or in the early hours of print light w_f..-o... I crmiMtontan4raHbumpr,iM-
the morning. Wig nv vrnkw,Kloy wh.Yt.
"We had several occasions in which of .
some our personnel stayed well
past their normal working hours to accomodate the influx of personnel" I>-'.. <.;:' 'o'r8'' 488 ; r o t *8,688
said Staff Sgt. William Pegler. a fuel distribution supervisor at the Post y >
(PCS) Warehouse "Some even spent the night at the .
wart helping them out,others drove busses for flight crews to and .VS"0veiUnAM FM CAb L
from billeta to dining facilities and yet others distributed fuel late in the T90 MUSTANG LXAutomate. 01 F-150
evenings" Pegler said. .dr.paiMrwIndMn, Ac,a..r,.un.nfWbit ADM/5.
lock enilM AWFM i iCUMIM -
According to TISA (Troop Issue Subsistence Activity) officials, 978 premium Sound ..
breakfasts were served, 824 luncheons and 1,129 dinners were issued. At sunroof &adm....wwf.8i tM du. .t
times, four daily issues were served due to the lateness of flight crew ar-

rivals."Most of the soldiers stayed on post for two or three days then went on ot4 to their particular missions in Desert Shield" said Petelle. "As far as
we're concerned, it was Just another mission."
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