Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01884
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01884
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week. Sunny skies,cool breeze and pleasant weather experiencing will continue this'" ',,' Spwto.......".ItA 't ra
into the weekend. No rain la in the forecast
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expected reach
90'and lows will be In ,
throughout the period. the high 80 Drug TrMtlMM........ .........IBt.3M
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rooming at
2unls was
7:20. The day Is exactly 12 hours 7:20a.m.in length.and will set this evening at- el..dtl.dM.IslesTraffic The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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11th Issue Thursday,September 27. 1990 LISPS 062-700:

Voting. Kingsley Lake Designated

Gator QB Club... t Outstanding Florida WaterAt

The Starke Gator QB Club will
meet Thursday Sept. 27 (tonight)
at the Fairgrounds. Social a 9 a.m. hearing Wednesday tions in an OFW must be clearly In the 150-page application, including
hour, 6:30-7:30, with meeting to morning in Tallahassee, Kingsley the public interest. Also banned are exhibits and pictorial matter. He
follow. We will have a speaker Lake became the< fifth lake in projects that would adversely affect was assisted by E.L. Matthews with
from the University of Florida. I Florida to be designated as an the conservation of fish and wildlife, a historical narrative and old
Don't forget to bring your Gator 4 4 --Outstanding Florida Water. including endangered or threatened photographs of the lake.

Shaker. The decision was made in a species or their habitats. Another Also Included in the OFW designa-
unanimous vote by all five members consideration is whether a future tion is a portion of the North Fork of
Democrat Meeting... of the Environmental Regulation proposed: project would affect Black Creek which rises in Kingsley'
The Bradford County Democratic Commission in a hearing that lasted navigation In the lake, the flow of Lake, including all tributaries along
Executive Committee will meet approximately 30 minutes.A water, or cause harmful erosion or this segment to the northern section
Thursday, Sept. 27 (tonight), at 7 s shoaling. line of Section 23,Township 5 South,
p.m., in the Bradford Family representative of DER (Depart- Generally speaking,OFW status is Range 23 East.
Restaurant (Chicken Factory). ment of Environmental Regulation) awarded to lakes and streams in National The OFW designation will become
All DEC members are requestedto which had previously reviewed and Parks and Wildlife Refuges, effective within 20 days after filing
attend. All county and city can- recommended approval of the OFW National Forests, Scenic and Wild with the Secretary of State.
didates and elected officials are wA. designation, said the detailed Rivers, and State Aquatic Among those speaking In behalf of
cordially invited. Dutch treat presentation submitted by the Preserves. Lakes are placed in a the petition at the hearing were Rep.
Kingsley Lake Group was the best special category of OFWs, including Chance Irvine of Orange Park, Clay
Vacclnatins... and most complete ever received by estuarine areas, and the Florida County Commission vice chairman
rt'i that agency.In Keys. In this area, only the Santa Fe Dennis Furshone
The Bradford County Public <4 general, OFW designationmeans River system has received OFW Director of Environmental Clay Health
Health Department will be offering : that DER cannot issue per- designation, including Alto Lake, Gene Bray, Henry Graham, and
Influenza and Pneumococcal vac mits for direct pollutant discharges Santa Fe Lake, and the river itself. Bruce Ivy;president of the Kingsley
cinations for $5 each, beginning which would lower existing water Henry Graham Jr., of Jacksonville Lake Property Owners Association.
Friday, Sept. 28, from 1:30-4p.m., quality of the lake. Permits grantedfor a property owner on Kingsley Around 25 other members of KLOPA
and each Friday thereafter throughthe new dredging and filling opera- Lake, assembled data and preparedThe attended.
month of October.
Health officials emphasize the
use of the vaccines for the elderly
and other people with health problems { County Borrows $350,000To
that make them more likely
to be seriously ill or to die from the ,1.,' .. .
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Dancing and socializing Saturday '" '""' >,'fir>:','or"'.;,' /--:i.l.M.v. :
:tJ::,: ., By Buster Rahn shortfall in to raise additional
Sept. 29, 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., at .J .' revenues is the planned revenues
the Lake Butler Community I *T" WV. .,, ',;-. .. SECT Staff Writer result of using"carry-over"funds in with special assessments, but ran
Center. Casual or dress. Donations, ,,, ''''''''' Bradford County commissioners prior years to balance the budget, into a road-block when Starke
.t'i.. -... 1:: : rather than raise taxes. Surplus Brooker and Hampton councils
$4 for members, $5 for non- /, N .. opened bids from three local banks
J Wednesday, 19 in their funds ran out and the county has would not agree to interlocal
members. Wheelz band playing. All "" ". .. Sept. questto
:. ... q-;;; I : : .. borrow been unable or unwilling to take agreements, allowing residentsSee
singles over age 25 welcome. \ ', t1":1": ,: $350,000 to bridge the gap
!\; '.,"" ," . "' ,,'h. j..w. ,. ... A. to increase
; ......., 9 ,b" .. ;',' f.-l.; between revenues and expendituresfor necessary steps
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Gospel Sing... ,, I. ........ ,.. 'to _" '\ 4.i... 4I.r.: "' ; .. fiscal 1989-90, which.ends Sept. revenues. ( BorrOWS..P.2A)
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A gospel sing featuring the "Pro- -' .
clalma' of Palatka and the Weeks Entertaining at Ilalftime.... ,- -

30 Family, at the,will Beulab be held Baptist Sunday Church, Sept., Freshman Jan dancer Carrie Tanner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oral 2nd Primary Vote Set Tuesday .

: beginning at.7 p.m. Tanner BHS band.Lawtey,twirls bur flag during the halftime performance of the

. ... Beulah is located on SR 21, eight Mike Woodfin has Selurned'io'* BJIS oaHii 'director- Former -
band whom
miles south of MidWebtug'oppositeCamp a* are incumbents Incumbent nominee, Gaskins or Alavarez, in
, Blaridlng.- director Buddy Ball.U sow bend director at Middleburg Ulgh: .""- .<*_',' w ,_. By Butter Rnhn .-Commissioner E.L. Norman was the District 2 county commissionrace.
Everyone Is cordially Invited. aCT Staff Writer eliminated in the first primary.' "- -
Unlike the general election,set for In District 4, incumbent Joe Rid- General election voters will also
Elks Bazaar... Tuesday,Nov. 8, the second primary dick faces newcomer to politics, find a slate of state offices to be fill
in Bradford County will afford few John i Anderson. Donald Malette
The Starke Elks and Elketts will choices for Democrat voters and Hale was eliminated in the first ed, with Republicans and
hold a bazaar, Saturday, October 8, Be Careful none for. Republicans this coming primary, and has thrown his support several Democrats offices.challenging for the
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Elks Lodgeon Tuesday, October 2. behind Riddick.
North Temple Avenue. In fact, voters -in'odd number The four commissioner candidates The general election ballot will
The bazaar will offer arts and county districts 1,3 and 5, will find have said it is difficult to get a han also list a number of judges whose
crafts, garage sale items, baked only one race on the ballot a state dle on how the vote will! go, and terms are expiring. In Florida,
goods, hot dogs and cokes. wide race for Secretary of State,pit- make no predictions, but Riddick judges are retained or turned out
Of Wild Fires ting Jim Minter, former assistant may reflect the best attitude, say- under the"Missouri Plan," in which
Library Star/time... Secretary of State in 1987, and ing, "I'm a winner either way it judges do not have opposition. If a
The Bradford County Public former associate editor of the goes." judge is turned out by voters, the
Tallahassee Democrat against A 25 percent turnout is predictedfor Governor fills the position until the
Library"Barn Fall Dance.Storyhour" begins witha Be very careful not to start a wild umbia County is suspected to be a Alcee Hastings, impeached and Tuesday's second primary by next election.
fire In the currently tinder dry woods arson case, said Hannon. Arson defrocked former Elections Superviror Neva Flynn.In Judge Leander Shaw, whose name
Care centers will
Day meet weather, cautions Area Forester is also suspected in a smaller Voters living in District 2 will the general election, voters will will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot is
10-11 Oct.
Wednesdays 10-Nov.. a.m., Tim Hannon., woods fire in the Whitehouse area of. choose between poultry farmer Ar- find one county race when Marvin under fire from several sides.

Pre-schoolers will meet, Restrictions against burning are Duval County. thur Gaskins and agriculture school Rosier, running on the Republican Florida voters usually continue
; the Florida Locally, there have been a few teacher Greg Alvarez, neither of ticket moot* the Democrat judges in office.
10-11 Oct. 11-Nov. stepped by
. Thursdays, a.m., up woods fires of a few acres each, said
8. Forestry Service, Hannon says.Bur- Hannon.
Call ph. 964- 400 to register your ning permits will be restricted and
Lack of rainfall the
over past
child. are permit required, call ,18003276752.Low he stresses.For. a burn several years is a major reason for No Violence in Schools : Duncan .
the to
area being more susceptible

Hospital Bazaar... humidity, the dry ground.. wild. fires, the forester says. An Violence will not be tolerated on school board to be aware that such There was also an incident on
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary high temperatures and the winds average August rainfall is, 7.71 inches school campuses in.Bradford Coun- incidents are going on, told the Washington Street, near the
will host its Fall Bazaar Friday, which have sprung ,up lately' In-. ,. August 1990 rain fall, ty, a parent whose son was attacked school board her son was attacked railroad, In which some 200 students
Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hand crease the chance of a wild fire,. measured in the New River area, after hours at Bradford High was after school hours. Supt. Duncan gathered 'around other students
made crafts, spaghetti lunch, sandwiches Hannon says. was 2.32 Inches,S.4 Indies; below nor- told Monday night Sept. 24, by Supt. said the student was going from Hi- threatening to fight. Vehicles in-the
and desserts available. A still burning wild fire,suspectedto mal. August 1989 rainfall In Brad- Jim Duncan and the School Board. Q practice to the band hall when area were also vandalized. Starke
Take-outs delivered. Drawings for have been started by lightning, In ford was 5.39 inches, 2.3 inches School officials have Identified group of boys called him to the stepsof police said there was no actual fight
door prizes. the Okefenokee Swamp in- South below normal. several participants involved in the auditorium. The student went and police broke up the gathering.
Georgia has burned more than 9,000 Rainfall, except In Alachua County several incidents, said Supt. Jim to the steps and a boy hit him in the Supt. Duncan also' told the
acres. A 250-acre. fire In north Col has been below average. .Duncan.The Investigation by school stomach. The student left, but a Telegraph there are two black
Upcoming... officials, the Sheriff's Departmentand smaller middle school type youth gangs,and perhaps three, operatingin
I Starke Police Department are caught up with him and jumped on the area between Lincoln City,the
Public meetings scheduled in the
August 'Average August of Starke and
continuing, Supt. Duncan said. Reno area Lawtey.
coming weeks are: him.The
Starke ',"1990' 1August ,1989 Prompt action will be taken to expel parent also told the school Several members of the gangs have
Board and Boardof
Zoning { ..' the students involved, Supt.Dun- board that three band students were been identified, charges are pen-
Adjustment meets Thursday, ; \. attacked the
can says.A on way to the band hall
Sept. 27, at 7 p.m., in City Hal ALACHUA parent,who said she wanted the after the Fernandina game. (see Violence..p.zA>
Hampton Council will hold budget
hearing Friday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m., Gainesville ';I > .10 7.80 7.81

in City Hall.Bradford.County commission BAKER :\ t;. '" ,-" ,;" _.I ... --, _..._ ....... --. '

meets Monday, Oct. 1, at 9:30 a.m., Eddy Tower ,5.37' '7.27 1.10
in the courthouse. f' ,!;.': 'l. .
Bradford County School Board -' '
meets Monday, Oct. 1,at 7 p.m. in New River "' 2.32 ,' \ 7.71 5.39

Temple the Administration Ave.Lawtey Building on N. COLUMBIA .' ) : j .t;" :. .', .

Council meets Monday, Lake City l'' ,468'r; \:, '7.22 5.95 L _

Oct. I, at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall. :".:.,.T', _
Bradford County Zoning Board DIXIE ..," ; #".,
meets MondaYtOct. 1, at 7 p.m., in Cross City :. 6.90 8.11.1 i .. 5.85

Starke Second City Primary Hall. to be held Tuesday GILCHRIST l I. ,'" '. ',1! ::

Oct., with: voting from 7 a.m. Trenton :..:<, .' '5:53'\: ;" 9.25 6.88

to 7 p.m. ," "" '," ,
Starke Council meets Tuesday, HAMILTON .:: "f" .; \ :ro:" Z
Oct. 2 at 7:30: p.m., in City Hall.Raliord Jasper .f 4.49 6.45"+ 2.41 r may'
City Council meets at ..
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7:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 8, in City JEFFERSON i. 1, ', 'II.rSMonticello" .z.! .'}, y 4 I. :.t'

Hall. : {',. .': 4.42 6.23 5.61
Brooker City Council meets at ,. ,
7:30 p.m.,Tuesday, Oct. 9, in City LAFAYETTE "'; .j "< "''d",, '.. .." .' i.. '..

Hall.Hampton Mayo 4 .. -.?, :.4.83: '7.38 : 7.78
Council meets at 7 ," '

p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 9, in City Hall. LEVY YY'. ,'; 1 j .l;. ', ., "
Starke City Council meets at 7:30 "
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Usher !4.13 .1: 10.15 6.26
p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 16, In City Hall. '; '
Bradford County Commission ; '. .:: : .
meets at 7:30 p.m.,Wednesday, .,, ',
Oct. 17, in the Courthouse. Madison .73", 5.97,: 4.34
Bradford County School Board "
meets at 7 p.m., Monday Oct. 22, ; '; '
in the Administration Building on Live Oak ,. 5.22 ; 6.42 4.32. '
N. Temple Ave. 1.. ,. ..j .--.i
Bradford County Board of Adjustment TAYLOR :; t'Jt. j :

meets at 7:30 p.m.,Tuesday, Perry ",. :. 3.20 ". ; 8.23 3.52, The Ultimate Babysitter .
Oct. 23, In City Hall. Y
Starke Zoning Board and Boardof UNION .You couldn't ik far a beta;'Ubriitt*Man this Moon KWk.Th Ulslowfcandly6llieTTlliwr.ouAandit.d7ddairffer.

Adjustment meets Thursday Union 4.10.. 8.76 t.51. for heeL.ail Edith Noeteo whoa .A.hkgi Qit...U hon Unp Uanllriwitiiigtog tb ckfafar sane
Oct. 25, at 7 p.m., in City Hall. I. ', 'y" _roup and ponMe.crohatin: : M.- Wa1k w.s pertol'-"rtfc1*ailabls.t 1he 1Bn'-1 100
District Average 4.14' 75: 5.48 UuntfagA:1 I'lehhrg Day ceIdIndcD held dU past Sour'dsyat the Keletan.Hunting&I Iq


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; six coring. Eight!: girls are on the varsi-
Stepheny ty roster.
two kills Rita Stepheny was high scorer in
action in the match with 11 points served, two
of them aces. Charmil Spooner serv-
ed six points, Laytoyia Sims served
: i following five points, one ace and one dig.
> to Latara Jackson served four points
\ with three aces Aurilla Williams
and Monika Williams each served
Stepheny two points.
Jackson Two home matches are scheduledthis
point, week.Today,Thursday,Sept.27
with Green Cove Springs will visit Starkefor
Spooner a 6 p.m. meeting (the JV match
I 14 and 15. starts at 5 p.m.), and Eastside will
and visit Monday,October 1,gametimes ,
but no also at S p.m. and 6 p.m. !'
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2 Local Firms" Honored... from City r

Steve Futch,owner of Jones Funeral
I sky executive director of the Bradford the cept the offer to return to the Starke
Corporation, and Walter Ripke,executive Police Department.The .
Florida, dlsdplay their plaques at the of Allen
Program. for
for Statement...
I The statement, unsigned at the
2 Local city to time, was read in its entirety to the
with city council by, Attorney Brown,
-Two Bradford County companieshave ud to leaving out only the amount of the
been named finalists and local settlement now known to be$45,000.
winners in the Suwannee Valley IndustryBusiness .The Additionally,the city agrees to ad-
AppreciationAwards District Allen's present hourly
Just wage
Program,according to Ray
the cl- accrued benefits record and
executive director of the
Navitksy seniority date,to restore him,for the
Bradford Economic
County Devlop-
in of salary and
ment Corporation.Owen purposes seniority
employ- employee benefits, to the place he
then would have occupied bad be not been
Joist of Florida, Inc. and
Executive Vice-President Walter tise not ac- terminated.
Ripke and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Home and owner Steve Futch were .
honored at a special awards pro-
gram conducted by the Suwannee
Valley Region Private Industry the new stagnant, although there has been
Council. which transfers between schools. SS is up
"The region is composed of 11 if they 58 students, SE is down 35 students,
counties and we are extremely pro- was I BE is up 17, LCS lost 41 students but
Miss has picked 31 back up, and HE is a
note.'v" little below expectations. There are
I Flood there is 18 students from Lawtey in the
for BHS can.system somewhere, said Supt. Dun-

Ten months after having passed a low do, said
flood ordinance in emergency ses- Approved educational specifica-
sion, Bradford commissioners: revis- the tions for a 6-classroom addition to
ed the document Wednesday, Sept. expect Starke Elementary. The project will
19, to tailor the wording to fit Brad- of include refurbishing the entire
ford County, rather than a coastal teachers school, some new carpet, 40 new
county from which the original was Ross. doors and some new floor tile, said
borrowed.For had four architect Spiros Drivas.
some unknown reason,FEMA in the Approved a resolution
(Federal Emergency Management 100 Duncan. designating Oct. 7-12 as Exceptional
Agency) failed to advise local and not Education Week.
governments in a timely manner,
said BHS
that Bradford County and the four Held a private session on the proposal -
municipalities within it's boun- pointed by the Bradford Education
daries, must enact a Flood Or- cial are Association to represent non-
dinance on or before Nov. 15, 1989. things. instrucUoanl employees, as well as
teachers. An election of the
County commissioners passed an board: non-
ordinance Nov. 13, borrowed from instructional employees will be conducted
one of the coastal counties,and pass- pro-for by the Public Employees
ed it verbatim, two days before the 1 Relation Committee to determine if
deadline. The four municipalities : f-jiwy--' Uhe; semployeesf'want)) to !K::be
passed the same ordinance a few ; i: is represented by the union. ,
days earlier,since their councils had. the -
met earlier in the month.
The ordinance, which costs t
nothing to implement, is essential to :

I Borrows : II

from page 1A) the
within corporate limits to be assess- cent
ed.Time at They are the issues I have

ran out on the county, man- +
dating the borrowing of operating
funds to keep the county going until the questions.
tax reveAues begin coming in.
In the meantime, commissionershave !
raised ad valorem taxes for the ford
199041 budget year, which ends I FOR .
Sept. 30, 1991,and plan to add an$85
per annum speclafassessment to the bid. '
already in place $125 solid waste
assessment. The $85 assessment is
not in the budget now. '
In advertising for bids, the county the
specified the amount at$350,000 for a
term of six months.
County Clerk Ray Norman openedthe to
three bids in the presence of the
board and a number of visitors to the tion
board meeting. The bids:
First Union Bank, variable prime not
rate, less 25 points. The current
prime rate is 10 percent, making the
bid a net 9.75 percent. Pd. Pol., Adv. Dem.
Byran Green, representing First the

Re \eC\ Co,D. s 1 slo ty NOTICE OF' ,BUDGET'

8t4 ner HEARING


"A Working Commissioner" TENTATIVELY ADOPTED A


Proven Your Vote and 1990-91. A PUBLIC HEARINGTO


Leadership for Support on MAKE A FINAL :DECISIONON

OCT. 2

Your Your District Will Be MostAppreciated THE BUDGET AND TAXES


Your Region! WILL BE HELD ON



The Candidate with Proven Knowledge and ,

understanding of MAJOR Issues of Great LAKE STREET, LAWTEY,

Importance facing our People these next four years. FLORIDA .

"I still make house ,calls"Pa

eon aav: Dem.

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Drivers To .Of Xr m "
Commercial. Be ReexaminedThe
U. S. Congret' .Mtued the .April, -the number of completed teaching the rat wits r F !
Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety. driven land -ls enormous, state "train the trainer" course at "iii "iI
Act of 1988, requiring each of the SO third party 'tester have been the Starke Vo-Tech Center,training '
states to meet the same mlnimumn authorized by Florida law. instructors for the third party
standards for commercial driving. Third party testers In Florida may testing certification.Another< train .
licensing (CDL). be an employee of a trucking firm the trainer"class Is under way now. .
Florida law requires that drivers who has undergone the proper train The course Is about SO hours and .
of all commercial vehicles have a. ing and become certified by the runs an entire week. t
CDL by April, 1992. Department of Driver Licenses to Students in both these first courses ensti:
The current chauffeur licenses administer the skills test. are Instructors from the seven vocational 1IaruTraintheTrainer
will be phased out and replaced by schools the state that have a
the CDL.To get a CDL,an applicantmust "Train the Trainer"... commercial driver training pro- I .
both gram.These student-instructors will : :::
pass a knowledge test and The Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
skills test. Center Commercial Driver Training now return to their schools to set up ,
The knowledge test,a written test, instructor, Tommy Miller has a examiners.program to train the third party _
can be taken at the local driver Valley
recently returned from Fox '
The third
license office during the birth monthof party examiners will
Technical College,Wisconsin,where
then return to their
companies and
the driver during phase I of the he completed a course Instruction be qualified to administer the skills
changeover period this year. Once preparing him to train instructorsfor
test to driven in their
this test Is passed,a driver will then the third testing program. employers'fleet.
be required to pass a skills test Miller and Chuck Woods;of the St. The skills
(phase II) to be administered by the testing training course
Pete Vocational
School,were the on for third will
party examiners be offered -
of Division of
Department Safety
ly two candidates from Florida needed at the Starke
as Vo-
Driver License or a third party
selected for the national training
tester certified by the Department.Since Tech Center. About six students per
program, sponsored by r J
class is all that be
all drivers of commercial Smear can taught at one --
Department of Highway
time, Jim Ward
says ,director of the
vehicles must pass a skills test by Since--. ." bis.r ""return.......... -Miner, -has- .Just Vo-Tech School.... Program...
,l: j -- "'W' ','. ";-1l a.'! ;' Representatives from the seven Vo-tech schools In Winter Haven; Jim Ward Director of the Starke
:i' ::. < Florida who have commercial truck driving courses In Center: Charlie Rollndinl, Miami Lakes Vo-Tech
their currlculuum,have Just completed a course at the Center Miami; John Salter Washington-Holmes Vo-
Bradford Vo-Tech Center to prepare them to train Tech Center, Chipley; Chuck Woods,St. Pete Vo-Tech
"third party testers." Third party testers will be Center. St. Petersburg; Tommy Miller Bradford-
employees of major trucking firms who will be cer Union Vo-Tech Center; Derren Oaks Mid Florida
tIRed to test drivers In their companies for Commercial Technical Center. Orlando;James Darling. McFatter
Driver Licenses (CDL). Vo-Tech Center Davie; Harold Pickett and Jim Gamble
Above ((1 to r)i Ed Campbell.Ridge Vo-Tech Center. Department of Driver Licenses Jacksonville.

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Down With the Old. Make Way For the New
Demolition began this week on the fonn Marian Tire&Battery location on H.q.301 s.in St.ub.1'bu to build aDiscount
Auto ftrfe are under away They php to. complete meMmudia and open blare the end of this year said
Tom Kenri: Manger at the Cahewile location.




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Cash Brought' Forward 17,177DiO ; .'' v )J e -\17,17:7'13"u.nl :
"ct, b JEa5Nlu7 aL J.IlIo'lI'l" J..I:),. < J. W. :.0... ../1.....".. "'. 'u,.... ,;; '.1 :
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Taxes: Football
Ad Valorem Taxes 2.307 mills 9,746 9,746
Utility TaxesFranchise 31,000 31,000
Fees 21,102 21.102

Licenses County Gas&Permits Tax .. I i 23,800 900 23,800 900 You responded to us in our first week with smashing sales,

Fines Intergovernmental& Forfeitures Revenue 59,023 60,000 59,023 60,000 now we will respond to you with low set prices; thank you!

Charges for ServicesMiscellaneous 44,250 44,250

Other Financing Revenues.Sources/Transfers 6300 40.000 4,492 40.000 10,792 1990 BOWMAN Sets Lists $20.00 SALE! $18.00

1990 TOPPS Sets Lists 25.00 SALE! 20.00
Total Estimated Revenues and Balances 229.048 $88.742 317.790
1990 DONRUSS Sets Lists 25.00 SALE! 21.00

Expenditures/Expenses 1989 Donruss Griffy Jr. Rookie Lists 6.50 SALE! 5.25
General Governmental Services 49,390 49,390
/ Public Safety :. 78,629 78,629 1990 uPPER DECK Sets Lists 50.00 SALE! 45.00

1{ Transportation Culture/Recreation 35,380 3,100 35,380 3,100 1988 FLEER Sets Lists 50.00 SALE! 45.00

I Physical Environment 12,1 60 12,160 1987 DONRUSS "Bo" Lists 11.00 SALE! 9.50
i Water Fund Expenses 74,092 74,092
i Debt Service 10,389 14,650 25,039 Posters Regular 3.50 SALE! 2.75
Water Fund 40.000 40.000
Total Appropriated Expenditures and Reserves 22g,048 88.742 in 35 317.790 Ea B BBBi 3"Albums Regular 4.75 SALE! 4.15



My opponent has put GREAT importance on the Property

your help on September 4th Appraisal Adjustment Board. Did you know:

Thank you for helping make Pete Peterson the I 1. The Adjustment Board meets only 1 time each year.

choice District.of But Democrats the fight throughout has Just our begun Congressional! We must 2. Only 2 petitions were filed this year, both from out of town.

.". continue to demand that government be returned to 3. Only 3 commissioners serve on the Adjustment Board and

the people: that our voice be heard In Washington: they "represent" the county-not their districts.
that be represented by a man of his word who will
not be changed. We will have that opportunity on Negative Campaign Ads always leave out part of the story- ht a truth"

... clans.November Let's 6th.send'a Let's man send Integrity a message to to greedy Washington.politi t k; When was the last time you appealed to the Adjustment Board?

: Let's.stick.. together and elect Pete Petersonl. THINK ABOUT IT. VOTE OCTOBER 2nd FOR. .


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;+; i. DEMOCRAT A New Generation of LeadershipCounty

r. "They won't change HIM In Washington"
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Keystone Lake CHAIN OF LAKES Blown Its Bottom? Pj:3 WON'T

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Keystone Heights" Ongoing Hydraulic Study :J i7 jl'1{A I I

Lake Geneva Has Found No AnswersTo

water in Lake Brooklyn was within
Mystery of Low Levels it would be an act of suicide to take a
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The mystery of the ups and downs of
.. .. .. ,. .. ... ..,. .. lakes in the Keystone Heights area has It's been studied
10'' ;ji \," yet to be solved. in and studied beforeThe

:E tJ r lrrK.: ': Nothing new came from a public .
; meeting last Thursday, Sept. 20, when present effort to find a solution to
the St.Johns River Water Management the region's lake problems is just one of
'/ District submitted a draft report on the many that have been started and
water problems in the Upper Etoniah quickly forgotten over the years.In .

TV Political Ads Losing Their CloutDid Creek Lake and Basin Lake which Geneva includes, both Brooklyn of historic whichare on ty Commission September 1956 joined the with Bradford Clay,Coun-Put
well below previous nam, and Alachua counties In seeking
levels and are now a series of related
help from soil conservation leaders to
Bill Nelson's landside defeat ponds rather than separate lakes. lakesin
signalthe channel." correct not only the drying-up of
demise of television's power over the broadcasting No clues were found concerning the the area, but also to cope with flood
of the ? it is cause of shrinking lake levels at last conditions such as those occuring in the
pulse voting public Perhaps Now, competition for the viewers' at- week's meeting where reports were 1940s and '70s.
too soon to reach a firm conclusion, but tention is virtually endless, with more received from Dr. James Heaney and no
Senator Tom Adams of and
already some political pundits are begin- than half of all homes subscribing to Dr. Lou Motz, hydraulic engineers from Baker counties told the Clay that
ning to speculate that such is the case. cable TV which shows news around the the University of Florida, who have to water levels were dropping because group the
clock as well as movies art Spanish been collecting data for almost a year water was going to feed underground
In terms of appeal on the television in the$50,000 study,financed equally by
streams. "Ihe lakes have holes in the
tube, Nelson seemed to have everythingon language programs and weather reports funds from Clay County and theS.JRWMD' bottoms" he said. "Remedies that
his side youthful good looks, an im- around the world. budget. might be proposed by engineers could

pressive delivery, self-confidence, and Fiedler also reminds us that "zapping" Doug Munch, of the St. Johns District include dams, spillways, locks, and
what is sometimes referred to as "stage commercials has become a national ground water division, conducted' the \ ) : \ *'!)" Cil8w.1)f9.eugge&tyfl/' J (....,....,?
presenpe'VYet he lost the DemocraticnomiiisJ sport. A recent study found that only 22 ,meeting and would stated be'lttJtIpl thafjttii ented'origin*} !? : ;, ,;Nothing, afjparentljCcame-of. this'ef- ..

:;td'''tGdvernor: '::'io.Lawton percent:of any TV audience stayed the::, another 150,000-cost$20,000 from1 Unfagericy, matf :r ) fbttni'e't.. :. "i./ ',jiil'- 'I e'n-ii. ,,I,:.., ..I-ortJ..'",JB'
Chiles who polled'2 votes to every one room during commercial breaks and 93 ing a total of$70,000 for the contracturalwork -

for Nelson. Chiles carried every county in percent said they could not recall any ad now scheduled. On Feb. 10,1977,lake region residents
the State but two, and those two were they had seen during the last commercial Heaney and Motz said their studies of packed the Keystone Heights city hall
Brevard, Nelson's home county, and tiny break. Even those silly corn flake and had been hampered by the lack of 0'I' a for a meeting sponsored by the Florida
Washington in West Florida, where his fibre breakfast food ads didn't get their recorded data on rainfall and lake Department of Environmental Regulation
levels during some periods in the last 50 in hopes of finding a solution to
mother resides. Such a decisive defeat in attention. Another 48 percent said they years. decreasing water levels in the lake.
the face of Nelson's spending eight switch channels to avoid such
Graphs shown at the September 20 Jerry Kubal then director of the
million dollars in campaigjTnmds, mostof advertising. meeting were substantially the same as Water Resources Department of St.
it on television commercials, is boundto Fiedler that "heavy" watchers of those contained In a study of Lake Johns River Water Management
raise questions about the effectivenessof says Brooklyn hydrology made in 1963 by the of District, told the group,"Rain is the on-
the TV screen in politics. Perhaps in an television are over 55 years of age, Florida Geological Survey. They show ly solution to levels up to
unemployed, and in the lower income ed the not surprising fact that in times normal. Kubal said staff had been
earlier of innocence TV is
age political com- rainfall the lake levels involved in the
bracket, while only four percent of the TV of increased investigating Keystonelake
mercials, whether negative or not, did audience is comprised of young adults rose and in times of below averageraitdall region for the past two years.
have the desired clout, but after an lake levels dropped. In times "Lakes In this area won't recover until
between 25 and 49 the
overkill of negativism in recent years, ages segmentthat of above average rainfall, such as hur- we have two or three consecutive years!
voters either aren't listening, or, if they casts about half of all ballots. ricane periods, the lakes flooded. of heavy rainfall," Kubal said.

listen at all, they are more apt to be turn- Concerned lakefront property
ed off than turned on by the halftruthsand "The bottom line to this is that network owners, some of whom have to walk a did These are just two of the many effortsto
inaccurate information eminating television, which soaks up more can- quarter of a mile to reach the water, solve the lake level mystery during
from the tube. didate dollars than any other medium, is left the three-hour meeting more doubtful s the past half century.
than ever that a quick and satisfactory
it has
contacts than
fewer voter
solution be found to their
Tom Fiedler political editor of the can pro- Anybody have other
in a generation, Fiedler says, "and blems. The engineers offered some any suggestions
Miami Herald is one of the first to explorethis there is no end in sight to this erosion." hope that more complete data may be to except "Pray for Rain"?
subject and present evidence that presented at the next public meeting to
candidates who indulge in negative It is evident that Lawton Chiles, with be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, in

advertising are not getting their money's his $100 limit on campaign contributions, the Keystone City Hall. Lettersto

worth and may even be suffering from has hit upon a responsive note with his Although some residents of the hard- _

voter backlash.First "people power" theme. Chiles's success quantities hit lakes seemed of water convinced pumped that from large the 01 the

of all, he says, "Consider the will undoubtedly set a trend to more sen- ground in sand mining operations near Editor
transformed television environment in sible and sane campaigns in the future Gold Head Branch and Lake Grandin

just the past ten years. As the decade a trend that should attract a wider scopeof had a lot to do with lower lake levels -it
Heaney and Motz said that, based on -
candidates who in recent
qualified !
opened when most Americans ploppedon ,
their studies of wells in the area the Warning to OwnersOf
their couches to turn on the tube, they years, have been barred from offering water loss from mining was not significant Lawn Mowers
had only three major networks from themselves for office due to the lack of and stressed the need to look: for
TV funds. other sources to solve their problems. Editor, Telegraph;
which to select and perhaps I la public
They said that the Gold Head mine, It may not be permissable to put
operated by Florida Rock Co., had two this type of letter in your paper but I
Letter Writer Chiles Is The Man pumps, each drawing 1.5 million .believe the people in this area should
Says ;
I gallons of water per day with a possible ke. be aware of the problem so they can
1 to 2-ft. drawdown in the upper take steps to avoid being a victim.as
(From the Gainesville Sun) (groundwater) aquifer within a .two of we were.
mile radius of the pump. Adverse effects
0 Last Friday,my husband used our
In 1988 I retired as Commissioner of the Florida enforcement- the supplysiae out we fail to on believed.the Florida aquifer are unlike- / nearly new 8 hp Snapper mower to
Department of Law Enforcement after 37 years experience put the same emphasis on the demand side where ly, they mow our lawn.. That night it was
in the law enforcement at city,county and the true solution to the problem lies. Active programs Phil Bumgardner, president of the stolen. Now we find out there have
state levels. I am a life-long Republican, but save of deterrence aimed especially at our Brooklyn Lake Civic Association, said been at least four other mowers
always voted for what I believed to be the best can- children are needed in every area of social that Florida Rock should be required to stolen in this area recently. Had we
didates without regard to party. In 1986 I voted for endeavor. meter the amount of water being been aware of it,we would have useda
Bob Martinez. Obviously r made a mistake. The list could continue but I believe the point has pumped dally, which is not being done is more secure method of storing
been made. The Martinez report card rates an F. at the present time. Don Darley, direc- is our '
We were promised no new taxes and a reduced tor of environmental affairs for Florida
state budget through more efficient administration. I have never publicly supported or endorsed apolitical Rock in Georgia and Florida attendedthe I'd like to say to all Bradford
We have instead many new and indirect taxes and a candidate. I now must. Because Lawton meeting, but did not speak.It Countians: Lock up your lawn
state budget that has risen from 18.3 to 27.8 billion Chiles will accept no more than$100 per contributor mower when not in use-especially if
dollars. Yet our environment Is worse than ever in I believe be will truly be a man of the people. I work- seemed like "deja vue all fIVeragain" of it is a Snapper.
respect. ed personally with him several years ago when we to old timers in the audience
every Please do not print our name or
who remembered the previous record
the state to create
stumped around awareness to the
human services the budget of HRS jumped address. Once are victimized
In then the newest low set by Lake Brooklyn when the you
evils of crack cocaine dangerous
billion dollars in four out the you're scared to death.The theft
from 4.2 to 7.9 years drug menace. I found him sincere and truly water level fell to 97.93 feet above sea can
service and assistance be vertifled through the Sheriff's of
quality of dedicated. He has done much for good law enforce level in February 1958. The present
and children in need has deterloratatet.elderly ment. Through his efforts millions of dollars have level,. as meuu lower 20, 1990, Is fice- Starke Citizen
Criminal Justice la a shambles. Courts, prosecutors come to Florida law enforcement agencies as a 94.74 -3.49 feet record highIn .
law enforcement public defenders and result of contraband seizures. Brooklyn is 117.43 reached in 1960.
;l prisons stagger under a workload that The current drop represents a loss of Co
mites moc.tery.oilbe concept of a criminalystom".Ve Speaking of dollars, Bob' Martinez has raised 22.69 feet In water level. V
a millions of dollars both in and out of Florida from ?
real effort has been made miliij"
Justice "'! no banking and other special Lake Geneva is also at a new historic 4
to develop poUdea and progn jails to deal with the that between 12 and IS million dollars twill be spent low of 93.07,as measured on September
and but
ct'Im.True we haw built mare prisons on this campaign. 20. 1990, compared with the previous L .
pan DOt In depth programs for the in- low of 96.29 In September 19B9-a loss OlarUGUION-JOBNKMILLU .
era edTwThave comilletely ignored the Lawton Chiles is looking to the people of the state 3.63 feet. Geneva has also become F.Mtt... ,'
a possibility; of rehabilitation in favor of warehousing for support not the big money Interests. He knows series of five ponds and is likely to be
and ingurgitating to society exactly what we who the governor should be working for. I will support further divided into seven ponds If the ---ond OllIe>>alaart.e.Ao ldo.x.w Sian on Ae*.cond 01 March Ckm 3.Man U 7SS2 .at
took from it. him and I hope that.Floridians everywhere will drought coatimrea.
do the same. "- '''it::! m a are oop ;w so.r< imonit
we still em- Both Brooklyn and Geneva *t l t lDeKSi*.. *.
la the battle against the drug scourge Robert R.Dempsey,Tallahassee are t

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.:' I EngagementsSusan I .y ociaC Events Parties Honor Kim Brown,

a i'art s eet g: Bride Flect' of- Malcolm Crews I

C of dings ng a eri s Kim Brown, whose marriage to Whittle. The cake was the bride's,
Alldaffer 'Mirth +tAnnouncements Malcolm Crews will be an event of choice of an old family favorite
Oct. S, was honored at a recipe.
Daniel HughesTo All social items must be submitted by Tuesday, 5 pm, miscellaneous bridal shower on Miss Brown was given an array of
Wed In April Sept. 17 at the Fellowship Hall) of lovely and useful gifts. The
for publication on the following Thursday. NO Morgan Road Baptist Church. hostesses presented the honoree
Roger and Joan Hughes of Starke COLOR PHOTOS will be accepted by the newspaper Hostesses were Mrs. Pam Whittle with a country style shadow box as a
imounce the engagement of their and Mrs. Earnestine. Underbill. memento of the occasion.
10ft, R. Daniel Hughes, of Key West _. staff. If a black & white photo is not available, please Among the guests attending were *
to .Susan Alldaffer of Key West, !. submit a color negative for printing. Mrs. Yvonne Brown, mother of the Kimberly A. Brown was honoredat
daughter of Raymond and Addle honoree, and 25 long-time friends.A a miscellaneous shower Sept. 10
Alldaffer of Key West. Donna Langley, theme of Over-the-Rainbow was at Morgan Road Baptist Church.
Michael Stilwcil carried out in the game area.A rain- Hostesses for the occasion were
The A nn uncing. bow balloon arch was a focal point Mrs. Nancy Coleman and Mrs.
bridegroom-elect is a 1987 Announce Engagement for the entrance. The refreshmenttable Becky Thomassen.
graduate of Bradford High School Janna Rae Reddish covered with an orange An assortment of finger foods
Hospital: Gainesville. She weighed 6lb.
and Mr.and Jam.-a.
Is an Interior Mrs. of
Communication Langley Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reddish of .. 12 oz. and was 19 1/4 inches in cloth and overlaid with lace. The were prepared by the hostesses and
3rd Class, In the U.S. Apopka and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. was an arrangement of enjoyed by the guests.The hostesses
Starke centerpiece
announce the birth of a length.Maternal
Navy, Key West. Sulwell the
announce up- flanked with presented Kim with beautiful wedding
marriage summer silk flowers, a -
Rae, born Tuesday, grandparents are
coming \ of their
children daUlhterLiJarma
balloon bouquets. The gift table was album as a memento of the oc
and Mrs. Julius Chandler. Paternal
The bride-elect Is employed at Donna Michelle and Michael Nolan. Maternal with lime cloth casion.
a green
Barnett Donna is 1987 Bradford grandparents are Mr. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Bank of Key West and also a graduate of
flanked with wt
overlaid with lace and
and Mrs. Claude Leasure of Mid- Albert Campbell) all) of Starke.
attends Florida High School and is employed at
Keys Community dleburg. Maternal balloon bouquets as well.) Kimberly A. Brown and Malcolm
Florida Federal in GainesvUIe. great grand-
CoUege. Crews were honored at barbecueon
enjoyedby a
Games were played
Courtnl Lee
parents are Pearl Braxton of Dade
Michael Is a 1988 graduate of
all, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Sept.8 hosted by Randy and Lynn
The wedding is planned for April Bradford High School and Is City and Ben Leasure of Inverness, Richie and Becky Goodwin of Ellen White, Mrs. Peggy Crews and Padgett.
20, 1991 in employed Stilwell Farms in and the late Mr. and Mrs. A.F.
Key West. Starke announce the birth of a Mrs. Joyce Gibson. Approximately SO guests attended.
AU friends are invited to attend a Graham. StackpoJe.Paternal daughter,Courtnl Lee,born May 2 In Cake and punch were served to the The couple was presented with a
"Surprise" Bridal Shower for the The wedding is planned for October and grandparents are Mr. Shand's Teaching Hospital Guests by Mrs. Underhill and Mrs. barbecue grill as a memento of theul
couple on Saturday Oct.20,at 6 p.m. 27a t 7 p.m. at the First Mrs.JJrew Reddish of Starke. Gainesville,weighing Ibs. 2 oz. and .
at the F.S.P. Club House, Rt. 18 Presbyterian Church. A reception Paternal great grandparents are was 22" in length. Wheeler '-'
given by the brldegroom-elect's will follow at the Woman's Club of Mrs. P.D. Reddish and the late P.D. Maternal grandparents are Wilma Courtnie Erin
parents. RSVP. Starke. All friends and relatives of Reddish of Starke. Smith Bennett of Starke and Jerome I
the couple are invited to attend. Spencer Poore of Mitchellville,
Darnetta D. CampbellMr. Maryland.Paternal. Celebrates 1st BirthdayAttending

and Mrs. Darnell Campbell grandparents are Bren- ._
Fall Bazaar Set for October 12 (Sberri) announces the arrival of da Lee Goodwin of Starke and Little Miss Courtnle Erin Wheeler, were Courtnie's mater-
their daughter Darnetta Denise Sidney Charles Goodwin of Dothan, one year daughter of Randy and nal grandmother, Rita Branham of
born Sept. 12 in Alachua Genera AL. Tina Wheeler of Lawtey, celebratedher Raiford; her maternal grand-
At Bradford Hospital birthday Saturday night with a parents,Aaron and Maybelle Burnsed -
barbecue/cook-out at their home. from Sanderson; her paternal
Randall Wheeler, five year old grandparent, Fred and Sylvia
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will projects. VFW, Post 1016 Young at Heart brother of Courtnle, helped to enter- Wheeler of Starke; and her paternal
hold their Fall Bazaar FrIday Oct. Set tain and serve the attending guests. great grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
12, from 9 am to 4 pm at Bradford Drawings for door prizes, hand- To Hold MeetingThe MeetingThe Decorations in pink and white, in- Fred Wheeler,Sr.,also of Starke.All
Hospital. made crafts, and luncheon will be Veterans of Foreign Wars, Young at Heart of the First cluding a doll) cake for the guests and of Courtnie's aunts and uncles,
Drawings for door prizes, hand- available for purchase during the Bradford Memorial Post No. 1016 Baptist Church will hold their one for Courtnie, were used in the' maternal and paternal, attended to
made crafts, and luncheon will be bazaar hours.A will hold their regular monthly regular monthly meeting: Thursday, lawn party scene. Bright balloons help her celebrate.
available for purchase. during the business meeting Tuesday, Oct. 2, 7 October 4, at noon in the fellowship were hung from trees as well) as Out of town guests included Mrs.
bazaar hours. spaghetti lunch, consisting of p.m.at Lil Skeeter's Restaurant,367 hall. Lunch will be provided by the helium filled decorator balloons) for Lois Bennett of Glen St. Mary
A spaghetti lunch, consisting of salad, drink and garlic bread for $3, N. Temple Ave., Starke. church.A the children to play with. A large (Courtnie and Randall's great
salad, drink and garlic bread for $3, will be available as well as sand- The meeting will Include further program presented by a local doll cake, resplendent in white and grandmother); Lora Waller, Tasha
will be available as well as sand- wiches. Desserts can be purchasedby discussion of obtaining a permanent law enforcement officer will be held pink gown, was served to the attending and Amber of Maxville,her aunt and
wiches. Desserts can be purchasedby the slice and individual whole post home and the property on which thereafter. guests. Courtnie was given a cousins: Robbie and Vicky Burnsed
the slice and Individual whole cakes, breads and pies. It will be located. Come join them. similar cake to eat all) on her own. and Robin of Sanderson, her uncle
cakes, breads and pies. Members will deliver take-out re- All members are required to be Toys of every ftcription were and cousin; and Linda and Al Gor-
Members will deliver take-out-re quests.Proceeds. present for this important meeting. given to her on this her first birth- don of Hilliard, her great aunt and
quests.Proceeds. are used to support the, Any eligible lyIng for Lamp of Jesus Min. dav. uncle.
are used to support the various projects at Bradford membership Is requested to bring To Host Gospel Sing
various projects at Bradford Hospital, such as scholarships, hlsDD-214. I
Hospital, such as scholarships, equipment for the hospital and other Lamp of Jesus Ministries will host Sanders Reunion Held Sept. 16,17
equipment for the hospital and other projects. Influenza Vaccinations an Open Air Gospel Sing Saturday, .Ii-
Oct. 8, from 7 to 9 .m.
Available at BCIIDThe Featured singers p.m. will p be The Solid Descendants of Edwin and Merle Saturday, over CO attended, in- q
I frank Abdulla MS Teacher Gainesville.The Sanders held their reunion Sept. 16 cluding grandchildren, great grandYJ
Rock Singers from
Bradford County Public and Sept. 17 at Horace and Esther'sresidence children, great great grandchildren. c
Health Department will be offeringthe \ ministry is located on State ip Starke.All .
Several close friends of the
i Attends Honors WorkshopFrank Influenza Vaccination and the Road 100,2V4 miles East of Starke. six surviving children attended also attended. Sanders'r T
Soft drinks and snacks will be
Pneumococcal Vaccination beginning : Elaine Sanders Sandiford of Sunday, over 50 attended, some
Sept. 28 from 1:30-4 p.m. each available. Be sure to bring your Macon, Ga., Kathleen Sanders Mar-
Abdulla, science having had to return to their
teacher at reapect
myself to teach science and its new lawn chair. For more information,
thereafter chant of Starke, Clyde and Horace
tive homes Some
Bradford Middle School on Saturday night.
was among trends to students. Mr.Abdulla throughout call 964-7109. O
21 secondary science teachers my the month of October. Sanders of Starke, Harold D. came Sunday who couldn't attend on
I plans to share his acquired There will be a charge of $5.00 for Sanders of Phoenixville, PA, and havIq
selected from Saturday. Everyone reported
the DuPont across the nation to attend knowledge with his students in order each of the injections. .. ., Shelba Jean Sanders..Johnson,, at hag a .__. .. .w
Honors Workshop to earn college credits from the great time ... .
at the firm's Health { the use, \ Plant City ., ; -, .1 '
i high-tech'research University of Delaware this fall Mfr: ..T of the pfflc1aJaemll7.t:! 1; q4pII t c I' }&-y "uq:
center in Wilmington,Delaware,July Abdulla thanks Mr. Jim Duncan, people i;ems'4 .
29-Aug. 8. Superintendent of Schools, for which make theca individuals more '')
Among the subjects, the participants nominating him for participation in likely to be seriously ill or to die "Sometimes O My lobMsLateFormrk" olfi
explored polymers, the workshop; Dr.John Mazzella for from the flu or its complications.
plastics, bioengineering, his letter of support Mr. D.V. Therefore, those who should
biochemistry, agricultural cloning, Luebke, Starke DuPont Plant receive the vaccine are: g
microbial kinetics and microscopy.Frank Manager and the DuPont Company Adults and children with long- ft
Abdulla who has been a for this opportunity to attend who
providing term heart or lung problems
science teacher for more than 20 the Honors Workshop. had
have seen a doctor regularly or 71n
years,said "I applied to better equip hospital care during the past year. If a customer needs me at six a.m., I'm there.

Bradford Library News.. ... care the any past age year who for received kidney Local sen ice I won't get the first cup of coffee at the office, tit
disease fibrosis, diabetes, fmmGainesville ? r
Fall Storyhour To Begin from parents 10 will am to meet 11 am with on"Miss Thursdaysfor Sue" anemia, severe asthma. npresentatnt but that's okay. I'm proud to be with an organization .'
Fall Storyhour will begin at the five weeks.Programs Those who have a type of canceror Dan Galligan a pone
Bradford County Public Library on for Centers immunological disorder that mart reason that's almost a half-century old-the largest !1
Oct. 11 with the sweet sound of a will be held on Wednesdays Daycare from lowers the body's normal resistanceto why its good health insurer in Florida. So to work .ft I
country fiddler, the rhythmic thum- 10-11 a.m. Oct. TO through Nov. 7. infections. to havt the Blues care ,put me
ping of dancing feet and the hootingof Miss Sue may be reached in her Those 6 months through 18 yearsof behind you ( for Call JH 1 CTOM D
an owl I IPreschool "pumpkin patch" library office at age on long-term treatment with your company. me |j= V
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I Womans Club First Born Church will be host pastor., praises to out Lord and Savior, William.Watson Gets Appointment
i Revival...Rev'val..Evltngelist' Jesus Christ with the young and the --
Of The Living God Mattie Inman of Pompano Beach young heart, mind and. soul.
t News. Church New... will be in revival at-Starke. Florida '. William R. Watson, Sr. of Hampton guidance to local church members,
The Regents Council of Northeast The Nqrth Florida Diocese.Youth First Born Church of The Living God has !been appointed to lead 273 as well as presiding over all the auxiliary
Florida Daughters of the American Council convened In Sanford at Red- beginning October 1 and running members of The Church of Jesus organizations. .
I I, Revolution hosted the Constitution dick Memorial First Born Church of through Oct.12.Come and praise the Ministers, Deacons Christ of Latter-Day. Saints In} the "This will be a challenging experience -
Week Luncheon at the Timuquana the Living God,Sept.20-22.This was Lord with us as we renew and reviveour Union ConveneThe Starke area. but also a rewarding one,
Country Club In Jacksonville on the greatestl I Spiritually,financiallyand souls and lives to God.Come and Like all leaders in that.churchlWatson because it is"teaching the gospel of
I Thursday, Sept. 11, celebrating the with Christian supporters. help us uplift the precious name. of will serve voluntarily and Jesus Christ, said Watson.
of the of the Con- The Jacksonville District Union Jesus t ministers and deacons Unionof without pay during the time he has Watson is married to Evelyn Seals
stitution birthday of the signing United States of Meeting of the First Born Church of Starke First Born Church of the, the Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist free from his work as a social and they have three children. His
America. Members of the Colonel the Living God will be held at Christ Living God will present Joy Night on Association will convene at the worker with North Florida Reception previous church activities have Included
Samuel Elbert Chapter, NSDAR attending Temple FBC in St. Augustine, from October 20, at 8 p.m. Joy Night Is a Ebenezer Baptist Church beginning .Medical Center. His new duties clerk, counselor'and executive
were Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Sept. 27-29. Elder Milton McQueen combination of testimonies and September 20-30. will include giving spiritual secretary.

Mrs. J.D.Warren,Mrs.W.J.Frick, --......
Mrs. David Taber and Mrs. JD.

Henderson. * i .
I 10-12 Lbs. Average
The Florida State Society USDA Choice Beef (
Daughters of the American Revolution
held their Fall Forum at the Untrimmed Whole. '
Palm Hotel in West Palm Beach on
Sept. 21-22 Members of the Colonel Sliced FREE! 98 : -
i Samuel Elbert Chapter who attended $
I were Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. '
J D. Warren, Mrs. David Taber and BONELESS
Mrs. Frances Kennedy.


Mrs. Mona Canova gave a program TOP SIRLOINS e
on the history of organizingthe Lb. J
United Daughters of the Con
federacy at the first fall meeting of .
the W.T. Weeks Chapter at the homeof
Mrs. Herbert Thomas on Monday,
Sept. 17. During the War Betweenthe
States, several small groups of
ladies were founded for different
reasons such as caring for the L-
families of men in the war, nursingthe Prices in this adgood
wounded and looking after the t Monday, Large

graves On Sept. 10, 1894, a meetingwas ftg Sept. 24 thru
called by Mrs. C.M. Goodlett at
Nashville,TN,for the purpose of for Sunday, SNOW WHITECAULIFLOWER
ming a general organization of all : Sept. 30, 1990.
chapters of Southern women under a
common name. This organizationwas
known as the "National -
Daughters of the Confederacy" and
the objects were historical, educational J'A
benevolent, memorials and
patriotic. Mrs. L.H. Raines of
Georgia drew up the first constitution
and by-laws. In November, 1895, '
a convention was called in Atlanta
and the name was changed to United
Daughters of the Confederacy. In Fresh PorkSPARERIBS
Tennessee, a group formed the
Monument Association and men and
women belonged for the purpose of

erecting memorials, In monuments the early years and the I 59 SALE !
Daughters established homes for the
soldiers and aid to
returning gave
their families and took care of
cemeteries. Today the Daughtersstill
decorate the veterans graves S
and erect monuments.
Christina Lawson, president, con
ducted the business meeting.Mrs. .
Herbert Thomas was hostess
for the occasion, serving i
refreshments during the social hour i.
which followed the business
meeting.Mrs. '
Blanche Ott was a guest of
the meeting/social hour. JL% aWASHINGTON
The next meeting will be held
Monday,Oct. 15,at the home of Mrs.
.WV,;i-Christine Lawson, at 2 pm. with 0 .
34t .HiMMt Rhoda-DamptoeohoBteM.froW ..-. ,- ,
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Held at Woman's Club I.
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Conservation Chairman .Christie .STATE
Torode presented a program on $
recycling at the first fall meeting of
the Starke Woman's Club held at the a RED
clubhouse on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Speaker was James Croft, Coordinator L
for the New River Solid DELICIOUS
Waste Association. He discussed the
old methods first used which were .
very economical and now the proper APPLES
methods for this problem is very ex 'NVif 5 Lb. Bag
pensive. Goals of materials to be|' i
recycled were outlined and information .
was given about separating and _
taking your items to be recycled.
Bradford County rates high in the
thinking of recycling. Recyclingsaves

disposes money waste in the material long run properly.becauseit 48 Oz. Welch's 18 Oz. Smooth/Crunchy 8 Oz. Food Lion

Myldred before] the Cuttino luncheon gave and the also invocation the GRAPE JELLY SKIPPY/PETER 1 PAN 1 SOUR CREAM

devotional on "Beginning A NewYear"
I and "The Cross in my PEANUT BUTTER J*
Pocket". A moment of silent prayer
was observed in remembrance of 2 ""
Lucile Crews and Bertha Lang $199
I Welch's
President Hazel Hardy presidedover $179 e '

the meeting.The AApE JELLq All NATYAAI
head table covered with white e
lace cloth over pink liner had a SOUR
centerpiece arrangement of recycled CREAM
glass containers of different sizes
filled with pink coral vine. A large
recycling sign was in front of the 8 Oz. Macaroni/
table. The smaller tables covered Elbow 28 Oz. Assorted Frozen 24 Oz.
with pink cloths had smaller centerpieces Reg. Or Thin SpaghettiMUELLER'S Sealtest
of recycled glass containers BANQUET ENTREES \
filled with pink coral vine. Similar PASTA COTTAGE CHEESE
arrangements were on the piano and '

coffee serving serving table covered table. The with luncheon a white u3I$1tIi1 $ 169' _
lace cloth had a centerpiece of -- $ 6 9
recycled cans filled with pink coral 1,
vine and an arrangement of coleus .
I and ivy was on a side table. Oz. Sliced Beef Family Entree, Lasagna
It was announced that Santa Fe I NI Banquet Family Entree. . 2.99
Community College Andrews Center
will present a classical guitarist con-
cert at the Woman's Club Sept.27 at
8 p.m. which will be followed by a Family
reception given by the club. I Bird Seed '
Hostesses serving with Mrs. . . . 10 lb. 1.49 Eggo Waffles.
Torode were Myldred Cuttino, . 16.50z. 1.79
Lavon Drives, Donna Gruen, Gere
Johns,Shan Johns,Rose McConnell,
I Ida Shaw, Sarah Torode and Novis :
Ward. The luncheon was catered by
Oleta Hardenbrook. z Lft.r Related Items Old Milwaukee

October MeetingSet PEPS COLA Coors Light Old Milwaukee Lt.
for Oct. 3

The Woman's Club of Starke will
hold its October board meeting 99 <= 1
: October 3,at the clubhouse at 1 p.m. 1119 CN 19
All members are urged to attend. 8 CN.

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Church News .. .

Gospel Sing

: Sat., Oct. 6

i Church of God of Prophecy, Inc Theie Is a'Cqjod' tjottl atrprt near
will host a gospel sing Saturday you:
night.Oct. II, at 7:30p m.

(I f t S Pastor Guest W.T.singers Laney will cordially be Joyful invites Peerfafct Villager__ Ihppipfnsf Center &$* 30 J South: ; !

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September 27,1990 TELEGRAPH PageTAA
*a not-for-profit corporation,the
Bradford Education Foundation activities and G. Denmark Jr.; Carl Edward Bradford County for the month of Foundation receives and manages
County resources are managed by a Boardof Douglas; Jim Duncan, October. Active community leaders gifts and bequests in a manner
Directors comprised of business secretary; Peter J. Gianas, M.D.; will be invited to participate in the which ensures maximum benefit to
Foundation Support Many ProjectsThe and civic leaders who are residentsof Evelyn S. Griffin;'Alan D. Hetzel, program.The invited guests will enjoy the donor as well as the schools. All
Bradford and surrounding coun treasurer; Roger G.Jones; Eddie J. a "typical" school lunch with atour gifts to the Foundation arc tax
Bradford County Education ties. Board numbers, who serve Lewis; Dr. Bernard J. McFadden; of the facilities to follow. This deductible. Contributions may be
Foundation, founded In March 1990, ,Bradford County Schools. without compensation, bring to the John Miller,'president; Larry S. program will give community made by gifts of cash, real or personal -
is fiscally and legally from Projects supported by the Foundation Foundation a community perspec- Noegel; Drew F, Reddish; RebeccaN. leaders an opportunity to see firsthand )property, securities, by provision -
separate Include but are not limited to: tive and of a will,by;gifts of Insurance
Bradford County Schools,and exists high level of managementand Reddish executive director; what i is taking place in Bradford -
for the sole purpose of providing student recognition, awards for leadership skills. Thomas H.Slade: ; Kenneth W.Teal; County Schools. The Founda- policies or by the establishment of
port for programs and activities sup special achievement, recognition of 19110 Board of Directors are Guy Ernest E. Triest. Jr.; Patrick tion Board of Directors encourageseach trusts.If .
which enhance the of educa- outstanding teaching, acquisition of Andrews; William A. Bl8llentJ.UI; Welch, Jr. and Job E. White vice- invited guest to make a special additional information is required -
""'and equipment for instructional purposes Cynthia Boatwright; Cliff Chapman president.The effort to attend this event.Plans are concerning the Foundation,
expand the educational opportunities and development of in- ; Evelyn Chastain; Medford Foundation is sponsoring a under-way for a fund raising campaign please call Becky Reddish at

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I Bradford Bookmobile To Serve New Stops .J.II.*> ,"v .-, .., % 'wSouthside ?.,. .

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Look for the Bradford County Oct. 8, ..
Public Library Bookmobile In your HandyWay at SR
,. neighborhood this fall. Rd.. 4-4:49 pm. and
The regular schedule will be 6-6:45: pm. Our parent-student handbooks Gnann. Congratulations Jill! Mrs.
followed with the following changes: Oct. 9 (every : : were sent home last week.Please let Tetstone and her students wen
Starting Oct. 1 (alternating Monday Westmoreland your child's teacher know if you did thrilled for you!
,: *)OrangewoodApU.j..3:45p.m. 12:30-1:11: ( pm and not receive one. The handbooks are "The last week of June I com-
: ; m.Beginning. very useful and help you learn about peted in the track and field division
Oct. 4 our school. of the Sunshine State Games Junior
ClassifiedsPay day), Woodland We are in the beginning planning Regional Qualifying Meet in
pm. stages of our 1990 Halloween Car- Gainesville at the Univ. of Florida.
Please call the nival.This year's carnival will be on There I qualified to go on to the State
Ml. for further Saturday,Oct.27 from 5-9 p.m.Look Junior Olympic Games in Miami. I
/ for news about our carnival next placed second in the Long Jump,second -
NtV' week's article. in the 100 m.and First in the 200
Just a reminder that all visitors to m.
Southside must check: In with the office "In Miami I placed 4th in the 200
before going to a teacher's m..3rd in the Long Jump and 2nd in
classroom. Visitors when reportingto the 100 m. So I qualified to go on to
'7 Specializing in the office, receive a stick-on the National Junior Olympics that
Window TinJ.ingiuulAultl badge- be worn at all times whileon were held In Lincoln, Nebraska.
{( ': campus. All volunteers and There I placed 19th in the Long
Detailing substitutes wear pins while on our Jump, and 21st in the 100 m. There
For safety purposes, we were 48 states represented at these
Come By and See Beaver and would appreciate your cooperation.. games. I received a total of 8
629 N. Ave. Parents, if your phone or address medals. I plan to compete in this
Slarke, FL 32091 964 the has office changed informed were] you can keep be coming year's games." Jill Gnann

reached in an emergency. Please

.,.", '. ... ._. ,....,, : -,.... ; ." :. .. ; "::. :.... :''' .: .;:: : : : : : :: : : :: remember to also send instructionswith Thanks to April McKinney and Jill
any medslcatian which: your Gnann from our class for doing our
child must take while at school.A school news line from our libraryover
special informative letter was television.Our .
home last week about the large class has a pen pal in Saudi''
I of students infested with Arabia. We learned of a former
lice. Parents, please let your Southside student- David Barnes-
teacher know if you did not who was sent to the Middle East
this important notice. several weeks ago. With the help of
checks are done after David's mother,Connie Barnes,and
and holidays and his wife, Wendy,we mailed David a
throughout the year periodically. care package wrote letters and send
please remember him a birthday present. We also
must get a note of admit want to send him a copy of this arti-
from our health dept. in order cle, so we want to wish him Happy
return to school. Birthday I We are really looking forward
Our PTA recently! sponsored a to seeing David when he
to raise money for the Write- returns hornet!
Program and for audio MISS REDDISH" CLASS: Aaron
For Precincts No. 28 equipment. Our students Tetstone is our Kid of the Week. He
took orders for one week, shared with us many family and
yesterday. Items such as friend pictures. We can tell Aaron is
posters, planners, and a real Gator fan.Tomorrow Aaron is
accessories were sold. Items treating the class to his favorite
be arriving in about three snack-donuts.A big thank you to his
Thank you all for helping mom for helping organize this week.
this fundraiser! Our class thanks Garrett Barber for
Our book fair was a huge success) bringing our class two catfish. He
total amount sold was $2,000. also brought a turtle to share. The
classroom teacher received students nave really enjoyed our
worth of free books for his/her new cranhirMMRS'
Without the devoted help "
our volunteers this book fair MCKINNEY's 1ST
not have been possible. GRADE: We are enjoying the new
thanks to PTA President Lee additions in our classroom-two ger-
TO VOTE for a candidate, mark a cross (X) in the Dampier for organizing it. bils.We have a white one and a gray
A poster contest for the "Just Say one. We are finding that gerbils are
week is being held. Prizes will very tame and pleasant animals.
awarded to all students. Posters Congratulations to our September
be turned in by Oct. 4 to Mrs. birthdays: Sean Johnson and Ed-
SSE Counselor for ward Cason. A big thank you to
judging. Judging coun- Sean's mom for making us cup-
will take place on Oct. 17. cakes.Also,thanks to our classroom
may be drawn, on any size volunteers-Kelly Cason and Cheryl
v1 The theme should be onpshive Mallerup and Beth McKinney. We

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Oct. 4-Drug posters due.
Oct. 8-Six Weeks ends.
graders were very proud of Jill
AL Oct.
when they learned that Jill 12-Planning Day.
around the U.S. this Oct. 17-Drug posters judged.
summer in track competition. Oct. 18-Report cards home.
Oct.22-Poster contest winners
JIM an
shared with us about her ex
nounced.Oct. .
trips and we asked her for a
No to
to share with our readers. Jill 22-20-Say Drugs Weeks.
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I Starke Elemw School News... I

PTO VOLUNTEERS: We'd like to Strong; Renae Morgan, Mrs.
as many parents as possible Greene. .
with us this year. If you Congratulations to these outstan-
serve as a PTO volunteers, ding student leaers for their accomplishment
call our school at 9644800, in being elected by
.J-o 64, or call Cynthia McCord, their fellow classmates to this very
Y important position. Our student
\. .. PTO SNO-CONES/POPCORN: council sponsor is our Guidance
S PTO has begun selling sno- Counselor, Mrs. Melba Johnson.
and popcorn this year. Their MRS. GRUEN'S "CATS": CATS
is to do this EVERY Friday students are doing NASA ex- .

TO VOTE for a candidate mark a cross (X) in the otherwise announced. Sno- periments. They are setting up circuits
and popcorn will be available using a variety of wires, dry
the PTO Building for $.25 each, cells light bulbs and buzzers.They
same price as last year. are also experimenting with circuit
1900-91 STUDENT COUNCIL breakers, switches and solar panels
: Our 4th and 5th grade and discovering the wonders of electricity
STATE ; recently elected our Stu and solar energy. Our future
Council for the 1990-91 school special event is a trip to NASA on
Secretary of State Our officers (all 5th graders) Sept. 28 for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade
: PRESIDENT Dipt Patel, CATS at 7 a.m. at Stance Elemen,
(Vote for One) : PRESIDENT Carrie Thomp
SECRETARY Brand Jones, TO PARENTS: "Parents make I
: ) TREASURER Regina Wright. the difference Attending School IsImportant"
Our new Student Council .Schools are responsible
are: GRADE 4: for teaching your child but schools
Vickery, Mrs. Mc- cannot do their job If your child is
ALCEE L. HASTINGS ': ; [ ; DeWhitt Betterson, Miss absent A child who misses a day of
; Earlicia Young, Mrs school also misses a day of learning
; Kristen Wainwright, Mrs. that might never be replaced. You
JIM MINTER GRADE I 8: Charlie Nor- can help by making school a top
,Mrs. Roberts; Chris Cox, Mrs. priority. By building the habit of
LaShawn' Tyson,. Miss child attendance you'll help your
; .Keisha Hampton. Mrs. see that schooll is ImportantLawteyComm.

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1990-91 Lawt.ey'Community
Art Club is off
to a
NIVAL will beheld October 27.
1 We have 25 new members and
Traditional smoked and fried Bah
v. back from last
". dinner will be served
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officers were held; results were Children dinners:tf..I'if.at
,' : Dardie Bolin, Vice Presi. This p.m. includes .
Jamie Chamberlain and generous portions of
y Chris Gowens. The Art fish, baked beans, cole slaw hush
meets Tuesday I after puppies' trench fries and Ice tea.
to work. on. art and craft pro- booths- DunUn,Boo lt Cab-

8th Sweet Tooth Booth, and a whole loot
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ed to be, fixtures and a part of the real. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT who hove Interest (In property exHocent TTOWS SPECIFYING EXEMPTIONS;

I. Notices ty. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA to or In dose proximity to the"...,.....d SPECIFYING UNLAWFUL ACTS OF
Legal I has been filed against you and you JACKSONVILLE DIVISION site, or who have other evWenoe to present DISCRIMINATION IN THE SALE OR REN
ore required to serve a copy of your Court No.90-34a-CJv.J.16 should appear and be heard at the TAL OF HOUSING; SPECIFYING
written defenses If any to this action; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA time and places prescribed Anyone UNLAWFUL ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION
on ROGER D. BEAR of ANDERSON I Plaintiff' who wishes a verbatim transcript of OF BROKERAGE SERVICE; PROVIDING
NOTICE OF INTENTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BUSH Attorneys for Plaintiff, whoa:_ vs. these proceedings shall b* responsible FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS OR.
TO REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA dress Is 322 East Central Boulevard RANDALL E. YON et al. for their own arrangements.Darrall. DINANCE: PROVIDING FOR PROCEDURES
FICTITIOUS NAME TROBATE DIVISIONFile Orlando, Florida 32801 and file the Defendants. 0'Neal FOIl INITIATING AND ACTING
Pursuant to Section 86909. original with the Clerk of the above styled
Florida Number 90-83-CP NOTICE OF SALE Zoning Administrative UPON COMPLAINTS; PROVIDING FOR
Statute. notice I. hereby given that the IN RE: ESTATE OF Court on or before... 181h day) of October Notice I. hereby given that pursuant Official. HEARINGS; PROVIDING FOR OTHER
undersigned Tina I Georg. Og8 5709 W.T. JACKSON SR. 1990; otherwise judgement may to a Default Judgement entered on Itchg 9/27; Cont. No. 618 REMEDIES; PROVIDING PROCEDURES
Chippewa Ave. Keystone H.Ights FL Deceased. b* entered against you for the relief August 23. 1990 by the above entitled FOR FILING REPORTS WITH THE REAL
32656. joint owns,' doing business NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe demanded In the Complaint. Court In the above styled cause the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT ESTATE COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF
under .... firm name of TINA'S CARPET administration' of the estate of WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF undersigned United States Marshal or MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA FLORIDA; REPEALING CONFLICTING ORDINANCES
SERVICE, 140 S. Thompson St. Stark. W.T. Jackson Sr.. deceased File SAID COURT an this 14th day) of any of his duly'" authorized deputies will JACKSONVlWDlVlSION ; AND PROVIDING FOR
Florida 32091. Intends to regl.t.r said Number 90-83-CP Is pending In lb. Circuit 5wp wino 9ff 1990 sell the property situate In Bradford Court No.90349.OvJ12UNITED LIMITED INVALIDATION.
fictitious name under the aforesaid Court for Bradford County Florida RAY NORMAN County Florida described as: STATES.Of. AMERICA. Sold proposed ordinance may) be Inspected -
.tatut.. Probate Division the address of which Is As Clerk of said Court Lot .. Block D. Dalewood Subdivision Plaintiff by the public at the Breaker
Dated this 13th day of Septsmber Hwy 301, Bradford County Courthouse, By, : Carol Williams, Dep. Clerk as per plat 1. thereof recorded In Plot vs. Town Hall. Breaker Florida during the
A.D., 1990. In Bradford County. Florida. Stark.. Fl 32091. The names and address 9/204tchg lOll II Cont. No.630 Book J, Page, Section 21, Township 6 TIMOTHY L HAMPTON and hour of 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon on
9/13 4tpd 10/04 ** of the personal representativeand South, Range 22 East. Bradford County TONDA HAMPTON. Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays
the personal representative's attorney ADVERTISEMENT Florida. DefencIonta. All Interested ponies. may appear at
or. set forth below FORBIDS at public outcry to the highest and NOTICE OF SALE the meeting end be heard with respectto
NOTICE. OF INTENTION All Interested persons ore required to Accepting Bids on a 1971 Ford Van. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: Notice I. hereby) given that pursuant the proposed ordinance.
TO REGISTER file with this court WITHIN THREE MON- Can be seen at the Industrial Complex ofRaiford. o'clock Noon on October 30, 1990. at the to a Summary Judgement entered en Charisma Thomas Clerk
FICTITIOUS NAME THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS County Rood 229 Ralford FL. front door entrance of the Bradford September 19, 1990. by the above enttll- Town of Breaker Florida :
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida NOTICE: ((1) all claims against the estate 431-1898. County Courthouse at Stark. Florida. ed Court ki the above styled) cause, the Itchg 9/27:Cont. No.632
Statute, notice li hereby given that the and ((2)) any objections by an Interested All bids must b* sealed and BID writ Dated: September 12 1990 undersigned United. State* Marshal' or
undersigned Allen Ray) Guyort, 2925 SW person on whom this notice was served ten on the outside of the envelope. Bids Richard L.Cox Jr. any of his duly, authorized deputies will INVITATION FOR BIDS
28th PI. No. 141. Galnosvlllo, Fl 32608 that challenges the validity of the will will a*opened at 12:00 noon, October S. United States Marshal sell the property situate In Bradford The City of Storke, Florida will
sole owner doing boilnoss under the the qualifications of the personal 1990. Middle District of Florida County. Florida described as- receive Bids for Enterprise Park Gravity
firm name of AL'S A/C REPAIR 2925 SW representative, venue or jurisdiction of Itchg 9/27; Cont. No.633 Ralph J. LeeAssistant Let and North M of Lot 9. of Uvkigston. Sewer Thin until 10:00: a.m. local time I
28th Place, No. 141, Galnosvlllo, Fl the court. United States Attorney Truby and Company's Additionto en the Bib day of October 1990. City
32608 Intends to register told fictitiousnom ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Attorney for Plaintiff the Town of Stark., County of Bradford Hall. :209 North Thompson Street P.O.
under the aforesaid statuto. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA 9/274tchg 10/18.; Cont.No. 625 State of Florida all of sold lots being Drawer C. Stark.. Florida 32091 at
Doted this' 13th day) of September, Publication of this Notice has begunon JACKSONVILLE DIVISIONCaurtNo.I9.732Cv..J.12 In Block 16 of Livingston Truby and which time all Bids will be publicly opened -
A.D.. 11'0. In Cloy) County Florida. September 20. 1990.Personal. NOTICEAPPLICATION Company's) Addition to the Town ofStork. and read aloud.
9/13 4tpd 10/04 Representative: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. FOR REZONINGThe .. The project will consist. of Installing aCHy
Christopher Bruce Jackson Plaintiff City of Stork. has mad. application at public outcry to the highest end of Starke provide manhole with ring
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1201 W. Butler Rd. V.. to the Stark Zoning and Planning best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 and cover on an active. IB-Inch diameterDIP
REGISTER Stork. H 32091 JOHN N. GOODMAN; DIANE C. Department for reclassification of the o'clock Noon on October 30. 1990. at the gravity sewer and connecting on ox-
FICTITIOUS NAME Attorney for GOODMAN f/k/a DIANE C. JONES property described below from 1-2 to M: Bradford County Courthouse at Stark., Ming non-active eight.Inch DIP gravity
Pursuant to Section 86S.09. Florida Personal Representative: and DESSIE JACKSON. Parcel No. 04414-0-00400 In Section 33. Florida. ewer to the earn manhol The successful
Statu.... notice I. hereby given that the Dudley P. Hardy) Defendants. Township 6 S.. Range 22 E., located on Doted September 20. 1990. bidder will be responsible' for
undersigned, Undo M. Lee 118 S. P.O. Drawer 1030 AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE Lots 13 14, IS, 16 and 17, approximately'" Richard L. Cox Jr. constructing the Invert In the manhole
Thompson St., Stark. Florida 32091 Stark.. Fl 32091 Notice I. hereby given that pursuantto S acres In the Stark Industrial Park off United States Marshal. and for cutting out the top 1/3
sob owner doing business under the Florida Bar No. 095907 a Default Judgement entered on June South Water Street (SR 100) In Southeast Middle District of Florida (minimum) of the existing 18-Inch DIP
firm nam of FANCY FINGERS 118 S. Telephone: ((904)964-5701) 19 1990 by the above entitled Court In Stark Ralph J. LeeAssistant as well as the Invert for the eightInchDIP.

Thompson Street, Stork, Florida 32091 9/20 2tchg 9/27;Cont. No.631 the above styled, cause, the undersigned This proposed change In classificationIs United States Attorney .
Intends to register told fictitious name United States Marshal or any of his duly subject to a public hearing to be held Attorney for Plaintiff The successful bidder will be responsible .
under the aforesaid ttatut*. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF authorlnd deputies will sell the property before Stark Zoning Board on Thursday 9/274tdng 10/18; Cont. No 635 for all bypass pumping should It be

Dated this 13th day of September. THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN situate In Bradford County Florida September 27. 1990. at 7:00: p.m. at required.All .
A.D., 1990 In Bradford) County. Florida. AND FOR described as: the Council Room of Stark City Hall 209 NOTICE OF APPLICATION work must be coordinated with the
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA A parcel of land "lying' In the West One N. Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At FOR TAX DEED City of Storke.
9/l34tpd CASE NO.r 90.277-CA Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section this time all persons, both for and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HARRINGTON All bidders must visit the site with a
CHEMICAL MORTGAGE COMPANY, 22, Township 6 South Range 22 against this proposal shall b* heard, as CHADLER the holder of the representative of the City of Starke priorto
NOTICE Plaintiff East Bradford County Florida sold specified In the Stark Zoning Codes. following certificates has filed cold eertHkates preparing their bids.
The Bradford County School Board parcel being more particularly'" describedas The Zoning Board will make a recommendation for a fax deed to b* Issued This project will be funded by the City
Stark.. Florida will hold a public hear. VI.HENRY G. MCCLELLAN. .tt. al.. follows: to the Stark. City Commission thereon. The certificate numbers and of Stark, Florida.No .
Ing on the revision of the Smoke Free Commence at the Southwest corner of on this application at their regular years of Issuance the description of the Proposal may b* withdrawn for a
Workplace Policy / .123 on October 22 Defendants.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO said Section 22 and run Easterly'" along scheduled hearing set for Tuesday October property) and the names In which It was period of sixty ((60) days after the Bid
1990. at 7:00: p.m. In the School BoardRoom : HENRY G. MCCLELLAN the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 16. 1990. at 7:30: p.m. In the Council assessed are as follows: opening data.
of the District Administrative Offices RESIDENCE UNKNOWN feet more or .less, to the Easterly boundary Room of Starke City Hall. Starke. Cert If(cat* No.: 240 Plant, Specifications, and Contract
582 N. Tmpl Avenue, Stark.. LAST KNOWN MAIUNG ADDRESS: 830 of Old Lawtey Rood; then North Florida. At this time the Starke City Year of 1 Issuance: 1988 Documents may b* examined at Starke
Florida. N, Temple Avenue Apt. 2, Stark, OOW East along said Easterly boundary Commission will make the final decision Description of Property, : No. City" Hall or at the office of Bessent,
Copls of the policy may) be obtainedat Florida 32091 700.00 feet to an Iron pipe on the on the proposed application after have 04316-040300. lots 3. and 4 of Block 3 In Hammock A Ruckman Inc., 1900 Corporate I
the Bradford County School Board offices AND TO All persons claiming an Interest Southerly right of way) line of Donna ing two public hearings, two advertisements Lincoln City 32-6S-22. Square Boulevard.. Jacksonville.
Monday through Friday. by, through under or against the Street (also known as Jenkins Street); and posting All persons Interested Nam In which assessed HATTIE Florida 32216. (904)) 721-2991.
Stephen W. Mdeod aforesaid Defendant. thence run N 8937 East along said In this application ore hereby WILLIAMS (LOT 3)). A.J. WILLIAMS (LOT 9/27 2tchg 10/04 Cont No. 638

Assistant Superintendent YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT an Southerly right of way line 371.82 feet to given notice of time and place for the 4)).
9/20 3tchg 10/04 action to foreclose' a mortgage on the an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way) two public hearings required. All of said property being In th*Coun-
PO No. 4737.Cant. No. 624 fallowing described property located In line of Tom Hall Street (also known as Director ty of Bradford. State of Florida. Ads
NOTICE Bradford County Florida: Church Grade); thence run S 07" 9' W Zoning t Planning Unless said certificate or certificates Classified
INTENTIONTO Commence at SE corner of Lot 5 Block along said Westerly", right of way line Starke, Florida .hall b* redeemed according to 1 law the
REGISTER 8 Jones Addition to Stark and run Northerly 85.35 feet; thence run N 8939" East.40 41 Itch;9/27; Cont. No.634 property described In such certificate or Get ResultsSTARKE
NAME along Eastern Boundary 10 feet feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof certificates will b* sold to the highest
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida
for Point of Beginning Thence continue way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun NOTICE bidder at the court house front door on
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the northerly'" along East line of Lot 9 and N f11"49' E along said Easterly'" right of FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT CO. has the 26th day of October. 1990.
undersigned sox! Dorothy Lee Stephens, prolongation of same being the Easterly'" way line 154 50 feet to an Iron pipe and made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION Doted this 7th day) of September. 1990.
P.O. 14 (NW 75th Av*.), Lawtey. FL line of Lot 3 of Block B a distance of 68 the Point of Beginning; thence continueN for essential public services to the RAY NORMAN CHURCH OF GOD .
32058 sole owner doing business under 07*49 E Bradford County Board of Adjustment Clerk of Circuit Court
the firm fet thence run Westerly parallel to along said Easterly right of on 422 N. Ste Oak 4-S445
nome of GOLDEN YEARS RETIRE. South line of Lot 3 a distance of 94.3 feet, way (line 77.25 feet to an Iron pipe; property that Is classified OR and Of Bradford County FloridaBy
MENT HOME, 417 S. Cherry Street thence run Southerly 27.5 feet thencerun thence leave said Easterly right of way) described below: : Carol Williams, Dap.Clerk Patter David Pleasant
St pSk.FJgrdgp09 in t.nc fop,___I.t.r Westerly 10.7 feet to West}line of Lot line and run N.89"39'00' E :202: .07 feet to 4.76 acre portion of parcel No. 9/27.tpd 10/18. Cont.No.636 Wa irwtt* +YOU to worship with .. r
so flctlli'ou's hameCT"'t'tji'RJ9} !! !''kt6kf'!': So' ) Block .. H..nc( run Southerly along .fcf Iron pipe on the Ea.t'Itro. oftfw Wit 00884-O-OOOOO In Section 18, Township 7, AtttsndedNulsefy..
statut West Boundary of Lot 9 a distance of 40.5 of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/ Dated this 17th day) of September.A.D. feet too point 10 feet North of South lined 00'51'02" W along said Easterly line Hampton on the west side of County AN ORDINANCE rooming Worship _. 0 11 eta
., 1990 In Bradford County Florida. Lot 5. thence run Easterly parallel to 76.50 feet to an Iron pipe; thence leave Rood 122. BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE EvcnlncSsrvlaiWodnsulsy ___ i pa
9/204lpd 10/11 South line of Lot S of Block B a distance said East line and run S 8939' W, 211.47 This proposed request for a Special TOWN OF BROOKER. FLORIDA Youth _-_ _. 7.30pm
of 105 feet more or .less to Point of feet to the Point of Beginning.at Exception I Is subject to a public hearingto NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on October
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Beginning lying and being In Lots 3 andS public outcry to the highest and be held before Bradford County Zoning 9, 1990 at 7:30 p.m.. the Town
REGISTER of Block B of Jon..'Addition to Town of best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 Board on Monday, October I. 1990 Council of the Town of irooker. Florida Come Worship With Us
FICTITIOUS NAME Stark., as"-per plat recorded In Deed o'clock Noon on October 3O. 1990 at the at 7:00: p.m. In the Council Room of In regular session to be held at the BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida Book N 379 Public Records of Bradford front door entrance of the Bradford Stark. City Hall 209 N. Thompson Breaker Town Hall Breaker, Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the County page Florida. County, Courthouse at Starke. Florida. Street Stark., Florida. The Zoning will consider the following Ordinance on Comer of Pratt and Christian

undersigned Renee Maruca. Rt. 4 Box Together with all structures and Improvements Dated: September 12, 1990. Board will make a recommendation to second reading and proposed passage Sun. School 9:45 am
622 Starke, FL 32091 sole owner doing now and hereafter on said Richard 1. C... Jr. the Bradford County Board of Adjustment thereof.ORDINANCE Sun. Morning Worship 11-CO: am
business under the firm name of P.D. land and the rent. Issues, and profits United States Marshal) who will take final action on this NO. 19904 Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm
COMPANY. Rt. 4 Box 822 Stark.. of the above described properly) and all Middle. District of Florida application at their regularly'" scheduledmeeting Wed. Service 7:00
Florida 32091 Intends to register sold fixtures now or hereafter attached to or Ralph J. Lee.Assistant on Tuesday, October 23, 199O,
fictitious name under the aforesaid used In connection with the premises United States Attorney at 7:00: p.m. In the Council Room of FLORIDA TO ELIMINATE Pastor Ronald Hannah
statute. herein described and In addition thereto Attorney for Plaintiff. Stark. City Hall 209 N. ThompsonStreet. DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING BASED Leshuk
Asst. Pastor
Dated this 17th day) of September the following described household appliances 9/274tchg lOllS; Cont. No. 626 Stark. Florida. UPON RACE. COLOR.' RELIGION. SEX John
Those or agencies FAMILIAL STATUS. HANDICAP. OR NATIONAL ProdiiTtim*Tlit Bled The Boot Blessed Hope
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Lee High. Jacksonville Westslde, QB Whitaker Is an effective passer, The setback, who lines up on the
has one of the best defenses if not says Coach Nurse who expect Lee strong side and behind the line of 5lPr
the beat Tornado footballers will to throw quite a bit against the Tor- scrimmage, Is Mike Bing, No. 5. I : .
face this season, says Coacb David nadoes. 5-Id 165-11,who has good speed andis .
Hurse. Lee runs from an I-formatlon.The the main Lee. pass receiving
The Lee Generals are coming to up back is Johnny West No. 2.-5-10. threat. Bing Is also a defensive cor-
Bradford High for an 8 p.m. game 185-12 who plays both fullback and nerback. .
tomorow night (Friday, Sept. 28)), tailback and has good speed. West is Sirmons and Bing are the.main.
Lee has big players with excellent used mainly as a blocker, BUS Lee pass receivers.
speed and who react quickly to the scouts say. West also Is the defen- The Lee defense has excellent
football. Bradford High scouts the sive middle linebacker. -team speed. Lee uses a five man *
JV coaches term the Lee defense Tailback Charles Toliver, No. 1, defensive front with three '
very aggreslve and hard-hitting. 6-0, 190-12 Is the main Lee runner. linebackers. Pius, safety John
The 9-1 1989 edition of Bradford Toliver needs to be watched on off Aikens No. '18, 6-0, 185-12 a very ,
High beat Lee High 24-7 In a District tackle power dives and on the power physical player lines up _
2-3A win. The Lee Generals had not sweep from the pitchout everywhere'on the field, Includingthe r'i'" H""' '' :11
lost home district in 12 line of .
a game Favorite Lee running plays are scrimmage.
years. When Lee tried for. a fourth the tailback off tackle the pitch Middle guard on the very aggressive Allen Jenkins Off and Running... the ,hCHleI", ?,?,?,,. Ready to w quarter comeback Br: rover sweep the tailback up the middle hard hitting Lee defense Is With the Iwo frYrnundlnu llncbiu-kvrH fooled by tint field are guard Phillip Crawford No. 65. and twit
back Al(Pop)Jones pick'-'o spun errant and tailback between the center andguard Carlos Love No.44,6-0, 210-12. LoveIs double humlirff wlnKhui-k Alien .lenkiim lakes off on unidentified Tornadom.
Lee pltchout and raced CO yards behind West, the blocking tabbed aggressive and
for a Tornado TD. In the third period fullback and a power set up the mid- Defensive tackles are gigues
*Jones intercepted a Lee pass and dle with two backs ahead. llanscll, No. 55, 5-11. 210-10, and
returned it 25 yards to the Lee Best offensive lineman BUS Kelvin Kendrick,No.70; 6-4,276-11, BUS nffitanni2il Celebration Planned
4-yard line from where QB Reggie scouts say, Is center Tom l/jckln, who Is big and rushes hard. -" -- -- --
Sheffield sneaked over. No. 60, 6-4, 23511. Strong end Is Derrick Mency, No.
Friday, Sept. 14, Lee beat The guards are Joseph Wright 8, 6-1. 185-12, very aggressive and BUS alumni tire planning a or loan to us, please send to Alumni The BIB ilumnlIIIIocclatilln Is
Lakeland Kathleen High 24-7 but No. 75, 6-1. 190-11 who moves well, hard hitting. centennial celebration of Bradford Association or cull Linda spoiiHoring a membership drive.
Kathleen.ranked No. 1 in Class 4A and Ryan Cooley, No.72,5.11, 195.11. Sam linebacker or the defensive High School, which will be 100 Ilildebrun UG4-41HUO. If your mane ,Join today. If your membership has
last year is rebuilding this year and Tackes are Gary Watson No.50,6-2, end on the weak side, Is Eric Odum Yl'unlllid in 1991. was left out of the MI' Ilixtk pleaselet lapsed renew today. Annual dues
had a bunch of young players, said 215-12 and Richard Mills,No.57,6-1. No. 7, 6-0, 175-12, who is quick andwill A new 'If !Hook will lx published. UH know. l Plans are fur the new are$5. Send checks to Alumni
Coach Hurse who saw the game. 122-12. hit. If you have any pictures und an- )HM>k to have more history und pictures Association P.O. Box 1004 Starke,
Kathleen was not a very good test Two Lee players share the tight Middle linebacker is head hunter nualH that you would like to donate of our school and community. ::12091. Dale Brown President.
for Lee Coach Nurse says. Rainefc end spot. Anthony Slrmons No. 32, Eddie Randall No. 40, 5-11. 210-11,
High of Jacksonville beat Lee 21-0 6-2. 225-11 Is a blocking tight end. the defensive leader and a hard hit-
Sept. 14. Lee beat Paxon High of Dwayne Thomas No. 12, 6-2, 180.12, ter and quick.Outside D.M. HALE and FAMILY wish to
Jacksonville 43-6 In the season comes in on passing situations. Sirre linebackers are Johnny
opener.Quarterback. Is the main Lee receiver on a West, No.2, the fullback who has
Jermaine Whitaker i*,..... out pattern. Thomas Is also good quickness,and Gary White,No. express our sincere thanks to each one
returns from the 1989 Lee eleven the backup quarterback. 54, 5-10.175-10.
and is Lee's biggest offensive threat Split end is Seat Pander No. 10, Cornerbacks are Mike Bing No.5, encouraged, voted and supportedme
says Coach Hurse. Whitaker. No. 4, 5-8. 160-11 who Is the'deep man on the setback on offense, and Sean
6-2, 215-11, throws medium to long punts and plays cornerback on Pender No. 10, the passing receiv- during the recent Campaign for
passes from a three step drop back. defense. ing threat on offense.
County Commissioner in District Four.

1 Hurse Hopes Lay-off won't Hurt After talking with Joe Riddick and John Anderson, I

personally feel with the problems now facing us,

JOE RIDDICK would be best to
"I hope the layoff hasn't hurt us," team more and more as they gain -strong side linebacker Andy qualified
says veteran Tornado Coach David experience are linebacker James Goodowns No.85, 210-12: weak side represent us. I believe JOE RIDDICK
Hurse. who doesn't care for open Daniels No. 31, 160-10; guard Josh linebacker Phillip Crawford No. 62,
dates /in his football schedule. Lewis No. 6ft, 165-11; guard Dante 195-11. and rover back Julius gained experience over the four is better
"An open date enables you to Williams No. 60, 180-I1; defensive Harden No. 12, 178-12- past years
prepare but if you haven't played in tackle Jonathan Ferguson No. 63, Probable starters the defensive qualified to serve as our County Commissioner for
weeks it takes backfield comerbacks Terry
two awhile to get the 170-10; defensive end Larry Shannon are
juices flowing again," Coach Hurse No.80,160-10; running back Joe Berry No.9. 165-12, and RobertNichols District Four and with our future would be
says. Gordon No. 32, 155-IOj wing back No. 24, 150-12.and at safety support.
To win the game at home this and defensive end Gernard Jason Lee No. 5, 150-10. more effective.
week, BUS will have to move the Williams, No. 33, 180-11, defensive Probable starters on the offensive
football against Lee's outstanding back Jason Lee No. 5, 150-10, and line are: center Wyatt Collins No. I will always be concerned for this District and All of
defense which Is quick has speed, cornerback Chris Snow, No.3, 53; guards Phillip Crawford No. 62,
and comes after the football Coach 160-11. and Jason Norman, No. 65; tackles Bradford County. I sincerely thank and
Hurse. Probable defensive starters on the Clayton Manning, No.76,and Shaun everyone
The kicking game will be very Important front seven are: Sam linebacker Jenkins.No. 75,215-11.and tight end encourage you to VOTE for JOE RIDDICK as our
and may be the difference Wyatt Collins No. 53, 195-12; left Andy Goodowns, No. 85.
in the game Hurse thinks. tackle Jason Norman, No.65,180-12; Starting In the backfield will be: County Commissioner for District Four on October 2nd \
With seven starters still going\ both right tackle Shauntel Houston, No. quarterback Reggie Sheffield, No.
ways.far,that mostpart.Tornado! 74, 195-11; weak side end Clayton It, 155-12; fullback Robert Hankerson Jn order forjjsja obtaitLQucgqals.
:2 O'!* coaches'.are still;concerned about Manning. Nd: 76:'i95-12; strong end,\, No..231O't2. :; ; wing J bpck.AllenJenkint r -* 1 k ,!> ?.. i '. -i ?* \ .. :. .: :'._:", ':-: ": .
,*. resting die aufrteri in A tough game: 'Allen' Jenkins :-13yM70-12, 'or- >Alo. 18030-12, anddaioning: "' S ineerelyt Vi -
Youngsters expected to help the Robert Hankerson. No. 23. 170-12: back Charles Boyd,Wo.:40J1W-J2. :: ,. i ,:. ..'. i";, : I.A "/locRiddlck'Camp.FundKnow

I JV Beats Baker 208Moving

Your Candidates -Qualifications
the football steadily and seriously with a digestive! pro-
with the defense holding Baker at blem and unable to continue work-
bay the Tornado junior varsity won
20-8 over the Baby Wildcats here last first TD came in the The Publics to Your CommissionerArthur
Thursday, Sept. 20. first period after a 70 yard march ,Accessibility County
Bolstered by five sophomore behind the offensive line of center
members from the varsity team,the Justin Kendrick guards Quenton Gaskins is self-employed Greg Alvarez teaches school and
Tornado JV eleven got Its first win of Brown and Clayton Watson, tackles
the season. And it was against Chad Deese and Eric Stewart and and will be available to you will not be easy to reach in the
Baker, the team which beat the tight end Larry Shannon. Guards
Bradford JV 14-12 in overtime in Eric Mason and Joe Puhl also con- anytime. I classroom.
1969. Both teams scored In overtime. tributed.
Baker' made its two-point conversion Running the football on the first
but Bradford didn't. drive were two sophomores down Business ExperienceArthur
from the varsity, Joe Gordon and
The Bradford
game to Coach Mike team Guiterrez dedicated, the the James Daniels. Soph Gernard Gaskins has.22 years I ,Greg Alvarez is an Ag '.
Williams also the football
head ran well.
junior varsity coach who is See Page I2A Experience operating his I Teacher. at the High School.

I Blanding Workers SoughtCamp own Business.. Handling Budgets '- ,, .'

Arthur Gaskins has served 8 years Greg Alvarez has no budget ..-:.ll!
Blanding is attempting to Dedication ceremony Nov..24 and ,
find people that worked at Blanding 25 at Camp Blundlng. on the School Board and has a experience. "
from 1940-16, and request names Please send a self addressed .
and addresses of former workers stamped envelope.Call proven record of being
be sent
to: Camp Blanding Reunion
P.O. Drawer A,Starke, Kay Ilinmm 904-7IKIO: or Conservative with the
Florida 32091. 473-2859 or 473-2352: to get on the taxpayers

These people will be Invited to mailing list detailing the. dedication and keeping Budgets in the .
the Museum and Memorial Park weekend.Jessie's money

Black.. :
Salary Cost to County '. '

Lounge Arthur Gaskins only cost'will be Greg Alvarez r when handling .

801 N. Temple His Commission Salary. Commission business during the :.

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Starke Florida will
some cost
work'week days,

"Where Music and EnurtainmentAbound" Bradford County Taxpayers Three

.t' (3) \Salaries;. his Commissiont

TUESDAY LADIES -" ,+ CountyCommissioner salary, his.School board salary and

':c-7Tc NIGHT LIVE !!.1sIL a substitute Teachers salary.

Lttia Drink-call term, well r[ '
i FreeSpmllfm"KICKBACK" District 2 Who Has Time To Do The Job? ;:

+ Arthur Gaskins will spend as much;;;
o a y\aying '' Now' piaying A f '. 1 DemocratMark time as needed,, to handle the /'j'jCounty's ;,

fl Oct.. 3rd YourCalendar Business. ., .: ;1&
Sept. 28th 29th & r .. .' :

S'TAILORMADEBAND"SOct.' VOTE next Greg Alvarez has a full time job..? J$

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Pale ZB TELEGRAPH, TIMES MON 11':0n.-B: SEt TION September 0,1990

Police Beatby 301 So. Starke 964-4809
in reference to a film flam in the Hampton Woman Bond for the charge was set at
county.A 5000. Clark was released on her (Next Door to Gator II Farm Supply)

Carolyn E v.. bulletin had been Issued for the ChargedIn own recognizance:
BCT Stan WriterGraham vehicle which was spotted at a con- StabbingA Hi Boots Tec
venience store, according to Domestic Fight
Man Charged Patrolman Robert Lyons. Driver of 43-year-old Hampton woman
the vehicle bag was arrested Sunday after she Gets One ArrestedA 1 MMMHHM $6295
With Sexual was seen throwing a
BatteryA allegedly stabbed another woman in Men's
of glue into the vehicle and admittedhe the chest Hampton man was arrested Shirts
48-year-old Graham man was had been sniffing glue, said Sept 21 after he allegedly struck his
Travis Clark was charged Sept.23 Ladies
Monday and charged with Lyons. with wife causing a swollen lip and bloody Blouses
sexual battery upon a child under 12 William Marcus Gross was charged aggravated battery, according face.
years of age. The man served 15 with possession of inhalent, driving to Deputy Gordon Smith. Wanda Timothy Bruce Newman was 20 35% Ladies
months in prison in 1985 for sexually under influence, unlawful driver Clark's Glover home in of Starke went to. charged with battery and disorderly off ? Rocky Mountain
Hampton at 5
assaulting a 14-year-old girl. license, driving while license p.m.to Intoxication,
according to Chief John Jeans
John Vincent McKinney was vehicle, get some of her belongings, said
suspended, tag not assigned
Hodges. Newman was his All Tee
Smith. Shirts
Glover started
charged by Lt. David Aderholt who operating vehicle without certificate said Clark wife until bystanders stop the
investigated a reported Incident in according to Patrolman what cursing her then came after her with fight. The couple were 20off % off
to be knife, stabb-
the early morning hours Sept. 23. Lyons. appeared icated, said Hodges.
The victim said she was awoken by Bond was set at $1,000, he was Glover ing her before she could get away. Bond was set at $1,500 for the
treated at Bradford
McKinney who came into the released on his own recognizance. was charges. L.-A.Way. Mastercard OpenMonSat
Hospital for her wounds.
bedroom where she was sleepingand WeloonM Visa ,9-6
awakened her by sexually
assisting her with his hands and his
mouth, said Aderholt. The 10yearold -
was sleeping at McKinney's Winn-lJixie
house because her father,a friend of
McKinney's, was visiting with him
that night.
Three other children were in the
bedroom at the time, all under 10 TM 'E
years of age,but were not assaulted.At ,
least one of the children witnessed -
the assault and heard the young ,
girl tell McKinney to stop. "
In 1985 McKinney was arrested on
a similar charge also investigatedby i
Lt. Aderholt. McKinney convinced -
a 14-year-old acquaintance to get 'II
into his car by saying his son wantedto PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
take her to the movies and had STARKE
asked McKinney to pick her up. 470 WEST MADISON STRUT LEAN MEATY
When they got to McKinney's home
the son was not there and McKinneytook
the girl for a drive eventually PORKSPARERIBS
pulling to the side of the road and
sexually assaulting her. McKinneywas
sentenced to 60 months in prison _
but served only 15 months.
McKinney a driver for Shadd
Trucking Co. in Union County was
released from custody after a$15,000
1 surety bond was posted. 3-LBS.

Multiple DUI OffenderIn &

65-year-old Bradford Green CustodyA Cove Springsman DOWN

convicted 15 times for driving LOW PRICES
under the influence of alcohol was O9

for arrested DUI. Sept. 20 in Lawtey, again

Stanton Edsell Smith who just
moved from Jacksonville was stopped
by Lawtey Patrolman Charles Can Beat !
Carter after he observed Smith star- Nobody Nobody LB.
ting and stopping his car on SE FirstSt. .
Smith's blood alcohol content

was Patrolman.17 percent Carter., according to Winn-D xie Helps You Get the Lowest Total Food Bill Everyday!

Smith has been convicted In Dade, I '
Duval Charlotte and Martin Coun- Compare Our Prices. You'll Like The Savings. PORK SPARERIBS .1OU$990
ties for DUI since his first convictionin .
1968. In 1983 his license was permanently -
revoked,since then he has

January had to a three 15-month of this DUI year prison convictions.he sentence was sentenced ,the In Discount. Prices That Save You More!

first time he was tried on DUI felony
charges.,.Ha. .was.. released. three

Julian months said later.Assistant he.State will seek'Attorney a one-year Tony 'i .50/0 O % ; >.. '5000J:04 _.. 250/0 :

sentence to be served in the county
jail, because he expects the actual
time served there to be longer thanin

Smith state prison.remains In custody under a 0" OFF Off ,0', OF'

$5,120.25 bond.Starke National B rand All PantYhose Bonneau All Trial
Sizes Cards
Magazines All Greeting
Man Chips, Books S4J9gested Retail;, SunglasseS Suggested Retell Suggested Retail

Steals Truck & Paper Back Price Suggested Retail Price Price

Caught In GA Everyday Everyday Price Everyday Everyday EverydayBa9s

An 18-year-old Starke man was .
returned to Bradford County to face ;
charges of grand theft auto after being ,
apprehended in Georgia.
Michael Wade Harris allegedly
left town with a 13-year-old girl In his Wxrrzllo
father's 1984 Ford Ranger 4X4 EVERYDAY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
pickup truck Sept. 18, according uDW PRICE LOW PRICE c j :DW PRI.IcW CE
Chief Deputy Pat Henry and Deputy PyEL1 l
Jason Bennett. The truck was taken
without the father's permission. '

Harris was charged with grand theft .... r'1
with according more to serious Deputy charges Henry.pending, { I i ; 1 '

The girl has been returned to the TAKE HOMEBARBECUE
custody of her parents. 1 I ,
Harris is in the county jail CHICKEN.1W"OIE..o _
awaiting his first appearance. .
Starke Man ChargedIn TWULCOUSIJW
StringOf U KTAIO MUD '
IncidentsA til.OMIN MU KASl KAMIB. f I
20-year-old Starke man was arrested .SMVM 101 MM r
Sunday after he allegedly -INCH LEMON, COCONUT ,
beat his mother and girlfriend and or CHOCOLATE
busted another woman's car wind- r171
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Lawrence Scott Andrews of 607 CREME PIES --
Bradford Court was charged with .
two counts of burglary while com IV."YDA":LOW ."'(1 i V.II DA1: iOIM'P.itALL

mitting a battery and one count of $ 9 VARIETIES
throwing a deadly missile into an occupied 3' COCA
vehicle, according to Lt. / SUPERBLEND JOAN OF I: ARC
David A. Aderholt and Deputy Dan- EA. COLA #

ny Thrift. .*ORexr CHOicf ron ANY MOTV vouftf PLANNNKV! COFFEE .P0BK( & lEANSLimiiii
Just after midnight Sept. 23 An- CHOICfi {WWI. '
drews was talking to Dawn Booth C $ .

along angry Starke.SR-100 and Andrews began four apparently striking miles south became Booth'svehicle of << ; W 9 6 ." i55 :,1.$100

said Aderholt. Andrews SMALL .
then threw a wooden club at the car, .,. $24 M-OAL,
the windshield while Booth .... IMtESTiaiO ./1t.f'NCm.UILIIUNDItY
breaking 'was in the vehicle. MEDIUM $30 .<<$294 MACARONI & 4 $V OO LIQUID ALL
A few hours later Andrews when to ,.. .TRASH BAGS : r.e CHEESE . SQUl- DETERGENT . V5T$242
his mother's residence In Deerfoot -
Trails subdivision to speak with his LARGE. $40 I I WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR
was told by his mother,Linda VOUN CHC40 H' SUPER SUB HAM OTUMKEVPCAST r. _11III HONEY or CINNAMON
Andrews, to leave said Aderholt. He PHARMACY.
refused to leave,pushed his way Into DELI FRESHSANDWICHES 4t..\...
the house and began hitting Linda 299 fte' Wl WILL NOTKNOWINOLY
Anderws and Wirtzberger, said u AWcoLoSTAIILn-
Aderholt. Andrews then left only to TURKEY Ii $TEDDY.I I I PLUS Bl UNDBMOLDPOM
returned an hour later, again 229 DANDMJIIfI MOftUSJS. ft

struck entered his the mother.house by force and BREAST . MAV IL soo. X-iii'iuS5 t $594sulsuaT.v
Andrews was located at 3:45: p.m. $2"8
In Starke and charged with the of-. FRENCH su. G/E/MPI 7-U1\ lIMOS ROOf ", 20-CT. '.$ 17
lenses,according to Aderholt.He 9 9 c ::: PtcaL IMETuICONE . .=. 4
was released from custody BREAD . !It$ DR. PEPPER . =$1 78
after bond
a ",000 surety .wai aeMLa
posted. DROPS. . ..ZIt: 57SP

I \ Duval County Man

% Arrested In StarkeA

I 25-year-old Jacksonville man ,
I was arrested Sept. 18 for multiple
j charges after his vehicle was check


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drive she-struck the'officer'nod At tsra.m. the alarm at the Grif-' retaliation against a witness was out Aderholt.If .
!: *11911rwpIIeai :News Brief tried to flee, said ,CIIII. Her blood Its Loop store went off.When Deputy of jail on bond pending trial. He sat you have lost tlmUiar equip-
alcohol content was.21 percent.Her Jason Bennett arrived he found a through jury selection Monday but a ment during the past month contact
EavwiBCTttan husband. Bonny Karl Vaaquec. SO, concrete had been real flurry was created when no one the sheriff office for Identification.
by Carolyn was arrested for obstructing justiceafter th rownpithrough the window.A small could locate him Tuesday at trial The trunk full of equipment was
Writer1Arrested.-- be started yelling ld Laterf. amount of currency and ten cartons time even though he had been seen found when Dinkins was arrested
ring with the arrest Mid: Lyons. of Kool and Kool 100's cigarettes had in the courthouse. Sept. IS for possession of 30 rocks of
TWo The couple was released on their been removed from the store, said A warrant has been issued for his cocaine.
In Domestic Fight ewn recognizance. Bennett. arrest,
The investigation Is continuing in- Starke Man ChargedDUI
Two people were arrested Sept.21 Two Handy Way Stores to the burglarlfM. Recovered EquipmentMay In AccidentA
after police were called to the parking
Be Yours
lot of where the Burglarized Sept. 24 Suspect Walks Off 32-year-old Starke man was
couple was fight front of Two Handy Way Just Before TrialA Following the arrest of Chris charged with driving under influence
p phisB HOMO'S., burglarized early morning Dinkins last week deputies found Sept. W after a hit and run at
Gwendolyn Cassandra Vasquec, In Bradford County.An Starke man whose trial was to several Items in the trunk of his Old Lawtey Road and Larry St.wwas
25,of Lawtey was charged: with driving attempt to enter the store in begin Sept 25 apparently had a vehicle they suspect had been stolen Bruce Moore of 704 North
under influence and fleeing and Brooker was made between 2:30: and change of heart and was last seen during the past month.includes apprehended after he left the scene
attempting to elude according to 3:30 a.m. Sept. 24. The front glass walking out of the courthouse priorto Theo a car of a 11 p.m. accident according to
S' F Patrolman Robert Lyons. Vasquec was knocked out but the suspects) his 9 a.m. trial. ,power amplifiers,a speaker Patrolman P. T. Gorman. Moore
was stopped and arrested when she failed to gain entry, according to Michael Renard Davis 28, charged a fuzz buster and equalizer all, was charged with DUI and leavingthe
left! .W..i- "--H..wasjojdjiot to., .Deputy Michael Paris. with aggravated battery and unclaimed according to Lt. David scene of an accident after
'''II\'' '''''''; .:: -- -... -. ..- witnesses Identified Moore's pickup
J r truck as the one that struck a 1965
.. Chevrolet Moore's blood alcohol
; -
content was7TTpcnt.!
SEE OUR MEATDEPARTMENT outmTvesnITs There were no reported Injuries In
msnvmo- .the accident. Damage was fisted as
$600 total.
i y RECIPE RACK FOR PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. Moore was released on his own

GREAT COOKING recognizance.
SEPT. 27-OCT. 3 1990
IDEAS. Lawtey Man Charged

With ForgeryA

30-year-old Lawtey man was
charged with writing and cashing
checks on his father's bank account
without the father's permission.
Clifford Coley Jr. was arrested
Sept.23 and charged with two counts
U.S. CHOICE : forgery and uttering forgery according -
i to Lt. David Aderholt. Coley
I I-BONE forged a check June 29 on his
MEDALLION father's account in the amount of$50.
for which he received cash from
BRAND Lawtey Shell. In July Coley again
STEAKS received cash for a forged check the
FAMILY PACK L--L I same amount said Aderholt.
Bond was set at $4,000 he was
released on his own recognizance.

FRYERBREAST 1 -I I Non Jury Trial

Finals Sept. 11

r-U ) In Bradford following defendants CourtThe appeared -'

in Bradford County Court
here 11 before Judge George Pierce
LB. = there cases received final
disposition.Cecil .

Coleman charged with petit
PREMIUM GRADE ..,, La PKO. MEDALLION HAND FAMILY ACK theft battery case dismissed.

FRYER LEGQUARTERS . Po 4SC !!!!.SU'R'STICKS. w. 88 LB. } Pamela criminal Carol; mischief Gordon; found chargedwith not

CUBED STEAKS . &2" FRYER THIGH? . w. 88 W-DBRANDU.S.CHOICI8U'BONELESS I' guilty.Jackie McNeal pled no contest dog

SKINLESS FRYER BREAST. . Po $19. FRYER WINGS . w. 98 TOP SIRLOIN STEAK LIL $397 ,r running medical expenses at large;$177.83 ordered to Shirley to pay

Epps within 90 days.
Yvonne Norman was found guilty
battery all costs suspended.
tl : Padgett pled no con-
SELECT LEANHALF! or FRANKS or FILL YOUR FREEZER! test disorderly intoxication; ad-
: judication withheld ordered to pay
"' CommunitvState
BOLD NA $52 court costs.
_' ..PORK LOIN t;;; MADISON BRAND $Ol5 99 M n>l>.r John E. Higginbotham was found

CORN DOGS . S2 Bank FDIC guilty driving under the influence;
.. ', ego of Starke fined $700 must attend DUI school
Tri County Probation for one
$198 THESE SERVICES : year
12'x' PORK $880 Chocking TVaveler's Checks license suspended six months.
LB. RIBLETS . . .o1u1 Saving Account Credit Card Applications Higginbotham charged with open

WHOLE'SMOKED: fA $127' U11KEY uaA.w; +4PS rWt$1if38 ''';'UM/ENDLESS LI&1K.-,t$6-e j ii''J' Money CwtlfcatM Loan Applications"Market of Deposit Accounts, Night Notary Money' Depository Public Ordeis, DUI container Charles: dismissed.; dismissed.. MlHican" charged. with

SAUSAGE Jil Millicah wilful-
SMOKED contest
WITH pled no
HAMS . . L& HOURS: wanton reckless drivingfound guilty -
HOT or MILDPINKY LOUIS MOW-WED. 9..m..p.m.5L& ,fined$700,must attend advancedDUI
PIG ? TURKEY WINGS or 68C TROUT $999 THURS FRI. 9sm-e p.m. BankW.M school (has 90 days to present

La.8IZ1! Joseph B. Stafford pled no contest
CAROLINA FRESH $ 09 SNOW CRABCLUSTERS driving while license suspended;
| $1899 found guilty ordered to pay $120.25fine
HAM . . L& TURKEYS . L& . = Tri County Probation 60 days.
Henry Edward Ashley chargedwith
unlawful use of temporary tag;
$ EVERYD AY dismissed.
PRICE Ashley charged with equipment
Bra- mA EVERYDAY Dirtste FRESH unsafe condition; case will be
PR ICE > > I I.a
\ LOW PRICE dismissed if presents valid registration -
1AW _
: PRODUCE Dal Wesley Beggs charged with
DUI; dismissed.
Beggs pled no contest wilful-
e I wanton reckless driving; must com-
Nature makes the produce. plete 100 hours community service
a WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. stay in college for six months while
I i e a 1 1 i I I NEW CROPWASHINOTON under Tri County Probation.
STATE RED Lindon Edwin Fox charged with
or GOLDEN leaving scene of accident; dismiss

BREYEITS DR/AIIRE tr DELICIOUSAPPLES ed.Fox pled no contest careless driv-

ICE CREAM .il/1CE t i ing; $52 court costs.Bradford .

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____________________________________ _ I LB. Rescue 133 Bradford Calls Answers County In County August Emergency

Medical Services Rescue respondedto
IVIRTDA'f'.i.OW'RICI'! .".., AV i w'PIUU IVlltYDAY'IOW P.ICI), IDAHO a total of 133 calls/or/runs duringthe
THMrTVMAlO POTATOES month of August according to
auTTmt 1M NOn Cliff Chapman.
SNACK..cK SUPERB RAND 33C SHOESTRING 2 $109pn8UI1i6s Supervisor Ninety-two transports requiredthe

eK BISCUITS : . POTATOES . :: JiPHi $199 transporting of 98 patients.
MHO CHHMMN:Mild COLCT COMatO, .AUAO. orVINNIE'S FE..EROw Forty-one calls required no
transporting.The back-up unit made
SUPERBRAND $148 94C bB A G. nine runs and one patient was
C STICK CHEESE tS I PIZZA . . s transported by Trauma I to University -
9 9 ALLVftMCmC* Hospital in Jacksonville. One
4PK. $1127SOUR PEPPERIDGE FARM RED LEAK patient was transported by STAT-
BREAKSTONEa $158 GREEN LEAov FLIGHT to Alachua General
PKO. CREAM' CUP CAKES_ ". . . u. ROMA1NELETTUCE Hospital.The .
majority of the patients, 61.
BORDEN $499 DIXIANA were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six
SUNLIGHT LIQUID tt 9ge AMERICAN WAFFLES . 1069c patients were taken to Shands
DISH DETERGENT m SINGLES . s. t 77C Hospital three to North Florida
I Hospital and 18 to Alachua General
WE GO OVERBOARD WITH OUR SI.AFOOD'INSPICTION Hospital in Gainesville. One patientwas
transported to Baptist one to
w.a.a.w...: S6MOCT.H ALL AVAILABLE SIZES HEAD Memorial (both In Jacksonville),
FEDERALLY LAME HOiaiESSijj LIVE MAINE one patient to Lake City VA and one
INSPECTED :?:=-HHHb: t ALL VAHIETII3 to Lake Butler Hospital Hand
related calls topped the list
:,.-..::="==.- K of emergencies with 32 people
I Iw.O.r
a-. .F-:: HARVEST FRESH ft 7C needing attention. Fifteen cardiac
air S511 S590' off Ml patients and 21 calls to people in

fa -=-.-.::.';:".:wi./::'.FI..11..I_rwMWwlryp is L8. L& FRESH SEAFOODS CARROTS w 51 I Another trauma were six runs the next were highest to people need.in

-..---- V $148 trauma resulting from vehicle ac-
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FI-.-.'.Wh.rt(or 5vS.sufokl.p..d andIIIFAIILf1.. 'n CRAB CLUSTERS la SALAD . . L& to respiratory a drug overdose problems victim one and three was
people suffered gunshot wounds.
Three people were dead when the
unit arrived.
One call was to a boating accident
im1mnmm1llrt and nine calls were for inter-hospital
; transfers.
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was commissioned by President National Hunting&Fishing Day andit Fishing Day Celebration"We've held It .: 'Ns. .' -r...
Nixon In 1971 to observe the that .'>' .
hnportans Is because of that procalmation this '
event since the Presi- '
of hunting and fishing in America. all across America many hundreds of dent signed every it into year law," said KHSC ....;.:. ..: L ;
thousands of Hunting & Fishing Director/Treasurer Bill Sumter."Thisis .:.'}' .. .......:iI ..'.,.'... ...-
enthusiasts and their families gath- of ': "j-.:: :;."..:?!;:". .M: : < .. 4ti
one two the ... _
Though a today, hunting and ways public can !; "i/ : 'h't. .,
sport ered this past Saturday for a day of .;..!J"...... .
fishing remain an important part of come and enjoy our club.We strictly .;': '" ;i! i.:
shooting,eating and palling
our heritage. It_was_because of.this limit our membership to around 100 '.. 7rL i
About.400 folks attended the .19th. members because if in .f 6t.C S Sy
... ,.,...., we kept taking :. '. .' r
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't" :: die fi rd Store: -'n.- CJ 3; on our Wednesday game population.nights You between can come 7- 't itivea;..r... r( r ry

,. llpm and participate in our weekly
Skeet Shoot but the National Hunting
& Fishing Day Celebration is our
chance to let the public see what we
are all about.Everyone is Invited and
FALL ANNUALS we cook up hot dogs and hamburgers. ,
.We keep a Turkey Shoot going all
day-thlsyear we gave out around 60
and turkeys. Theres a skeet shoot goingon I

and even a B-B-Cun competitionfor ....
the younger folks.We also rent a ....- .... -T', .
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VEGETABLEPLANTS around in and they do their share of -

jumping!" ,

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ARE IN have an enjoyable afternoon,"

said KHSCPrcsidcnt Bobby Hall."It's .., the 90'.heat
like a big picnic with something fun the lids.t.,..&fa oretmad
going on all day. We have drawingsand themoonwalk
give away dinner certificates, the whole
tools and other items." afternoon while a
stahnrt group ofadnhanrfcW
"ThIs event also helps to build aware- their
ness of the popularity of hunting & ahoteniu aping one i-S S
fishing.We have 1500 beautiful acres another at the .S-
with a quarter mile frontage on Crystal lurkejr Shoot nnp _
Lake which our members enjoy
year round and we work hard to
maintain the wildlife population here
: 75ver by daily feeding,about 500 pounds of
corn a week, and controlling the
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Police Beatby probation for sale and delivery of coCaine after she ran a red light,was released transfer'
according to Deputy Thrift. after a $215.25 bond R. Woodlawn 32 Unlawful
He surety wasp Raymond was Samuel Ira Row.27 was arrested of lag, according
was BOR.Edward
!ste arrested Sept. 13 for DUI (fourth offense Sept. 19 for fa+' > The for to Deputy DeBel'l8l1s. I
Carolyn Eave ), according to Patrolman .
BCT Staff WriterRecent Lamar Williams, 24, was Candelario Banda-Banda was ar- Allen. Bond was set at $700, he was
arrested Sept. 23 on a capias for rested Sept. 23 for DUI DWLS, ac- ROR. J
ArrestsIn burglary of conveyance petit theft, cording to Deputy McGrath. Bond

Bradford CountyThe set according at to.Lt.Aderhof t. Bond was was set at$1,000, he was released to Vernon Harrison Kuhn, 35, of CUSTOM QUALITY INSTALLED HITCHES CARGO mJlTRUCUOOOSINECKPlPB TRAILERS:
following arresta made $1,000.Howard Columbia County. Gainesville was arrested Sept. 11 for FLAT BED TARILERS PARTS A SERVICE

by? local authorities in were Bradford Waldron, 53,was arrested DWLS, according to Patrolman
County by local David Alan Stone, 19, was arresed Hayes. He was released after a '
authorities. Sept. 24 for violation of alcohol open Sept. 24 for failure to pay fine for $215.25 cash bond was posted. uComplnle
container, littering, according to NVDL
; according to Deputy Thrift.
rested Loyal Sept.Eddie 21 Aldridge on a warrant, 37, was from ar- Chief John Hodges. ,Bond was set at$120.25. Freddie Holmes, 39, of Suwanneewas Trailer Repair ,

Duval County for false official arrested Sept. 14 for DWLS also 44 M t _.
statement Christine Janet Dietz 22, of Clay charged on a Lake City warrant with
according to Patrolman )
Allen. He W. S. Traffic County was arrested DWLS, according to Deputy Smith. UTILITY TRAILERS start atT7$24d.OO
surety bond was was released after a$1,503 Dennis D. Tyler, 23, was arrested DWLS, according to Patrolman Holmes was to pay a $120.25 fine by Rt.#4, Bo< 1555A 'R.E.* Hupp,manager
posted. Sept. 20 for driving while license Feltner. She was released after a Sept. 20. Hwy 301 t o. 2 miles 1)04/964-2119/

John Oscar Flythe, 31, suspended (DWLS), tag not attached $215.25 cash bond was posted. Starke.FL 32091 FAX:9041964-2598/
was arrested -
to Patrolman P. T.
theft on a capias for grand Gorman. He was ROR. Jody Wells, 21, was arrested Sept.
1 according to Deputy Danny 16 for DWLS, according to
surety bond was released after a $750 Donald Anthony Cayton, 28, was Patrolman Allen. He was released
was posted.
charged Sept; 20 with violation of after a $215.25 surety bond was

David Bernard probation DWLS, failure to appear posted. -
Union County arrest Melton d 38, of DWLS, according to Lt. Ray Hunt. ,
for was Sept. 12 He was ROR. Boyd Phillips, 19, was arrested
possession felon of firearm by a convicted Sept. 15 for NVDL, carrying a con- ll7CKET.y( Bradford Hospital's5th
Thrift. Melton according to Deputy Don Otis Staph,28, of Clay was ar- cealed weapon, according to Deputy
union was detained for rested Sept. 20 for failure to appear Ron Davis. He was released after a 7il/ '
DWLS, according to Deputy $750 surety bond was posted. .
DeBergalis. \ s I .
Gary Alvin Weeks,25,of Columbia
Timothy David Warren, 18, was
County trespass was after arrested Sept., 12 for Robert May, 29, was arrested arrested Sept. 18 for NVDL, petit Annual
Gordon warning,according to Sept. 22 for DUI, according to theft, attaching tag not assigned
at Deputy$500. Smith. Bond was set Patrolman Gorman. He was released vehicle, according to Patrolman
after a$500 cash bond was posted.. Gerald Hayes. Bond was set at $500,

Manuel Diaz, 32 was arrested he was ROR.Richard v Auxiliary Bazaar:

Sept. 13 for violation of probation David Lamb, 22, of Duval was ar-
carrying a concealed firearm by a rested Sept. 23 for DWLS,according Earl Brooking,42,of Clay AFriday
convicted felon, a fugitive from to Patrolman Jerry Feltner. He was was arrested Sept. 16 for DWLS, according
Justice from New York state, accor- released after a $215.25 surety bond to Patrolman Michael
ding to Deputy Smith. He was was posted. Brunetti. He was released after a
released to NY authorities. $215.25 surety bond was posted. .
Carter October 12 9 am 4 ,
Rudolph 33, was arrested pm :' '
Steven Phillip Owens, 'n, was arrested Sept. 22 for DWLS, according to Gary Dennis Wells, 29, was ar- .. ;
Sept. 13 for two counts violation Patrolman Gorman.Bond was set at rested Sept. 18 for failure to pay Bradford Hosptia1'Lobby S
of probation, according to Chief $215.25, he was ROR. court coats DWLS and violation of
Deputy Pat Henry. Owens was probation possession of marijuana,
released to authorities from Ft. Priscilla Ann Beard, 29, was ar- according to Deputy Smith. He was '
Lauderdale. rested Sept. 21 for DWLS,according released after a $270.25 surety bond Crafts!
to Patrolman Allen.Beard, arrested was posted. ,

James Jamison, 20, was arrested Baked goodies! ,:
Sept. 14 for aggravated battery, ac-

DeBergalis.cording to He was Deputy released Joseph on his Spaghetti lunch$3)( ) ,-.. > ;j'

own recognizance (ROR). ,, ', .
Drawing for prizes!
Jerry Tyrone Roux, 21, of Columbia
county was arrested Sept.14 on a ; ',:.,.%*
capals for worthless check, according i t

to Marshal Tommy Raulerson. (Radiator & AC Shop Tickets ($1) may be purchased from any Auxiliary member ,. ,,' .J. :

Donald Guy Prater, 26, was arrested Prizes donated by: J, d..1
Sept. 15 for retail theft,according '
to Patrolman Steven Smyth. :: Ace Hardware Community State Bank Denmark Furniture:.
Prater was found with a 12-pack of ,96'9'1'9'3">;...,,-->1,5 :
Old Milwaukee beer taken from Li <-:- > ,, ".{ ,4 ,_ First National Bank First Union Bank Griffis Gas '.
Champ on N. Temple. Bond was set Mitchell's Store Wilson's Florist :
at $500, he was ROR. Drug
June Ann Griffis was arrested
Sept. 15 for burglary, battery, and Conditioners

carrying a concealed weapon Brakes Heater Cores
(knife), according to Deputy a BRADFORD HOSPITAL
Michael Paris. She was ROR. Water Pumps r S e3u.tt.ioWhite

Building ... B- .
Leslie Gordon Johnson 29, ,1 : ;; ;;" ; r.
was arrested -
Sept. IS for disorderly intox- !
ication, opposing an officer with Farm Tractor Special : DIJ nOQ()

violence,according to Deputy Paris. Leaks
Repaired Rod Out $30.00 +tax
He was ROR. 922 East Call,Street 964-6000
(Out of Tractor Only)

Travis Lee Nelson, 18, was arrested
Corner Orange St. & Edwards Road
Sept. 15 on a warrant for --- -------
grand theft,according to Patrolman

Lorrie Beth Kanter,35,of Alachua
Lee & Cates GlassMobile
was appear arrested for arraignment Sept. 18 for failure for wor-to BradfordChiropractic

thless check, according to Deputy CenterStarke
Bob McGrath. She was ROR, must
Auto Glass Installation
show rstitution by Sept. 21. Office Auto Glass Service

Gerald Camacho 22 was arrested 218 S. Walnut St.
Free Glass
Sept. 18 for violation of probation for Delivery
Next to the Chamber of Commerce
robbery, according to Patrolman
Mack Short. He was ROR. 964-4957 ''' ;." ,'> "" "
-8. ,': Li'/./-. <," ;.h-_*'.ift.
"" 'n "0 Yo -
Sandra Tanner, 29, arrested S X( K 85'-J :
was ;
Sept..t for worthless check, accor- PAIN CONTROL ffltopI I/Plat :Glass"Mjrror= !: t ",
ding Deputy DeBergalis.Lonnie Ipl ,; *5"? > ,,, ", ; ':'
Headachet 5 ;Jf.h 5 <;''> :- s. m\ ;'{1/1"/" "
not F ; t"d' 'GI Jt S-. .tJbscur t
May, 29, was additionally Neck &Ann !nltuJ \ i _
charged Sept. 15 with burglary of Mid Back ll'Repaired ;

conveyence, grand theft, accordingto Low Back &Leg INJURIES '. Screens_ M ; Showerd6sure iI
.. :
Lt Aderholt. Bond for the chargewas Work Related ? i

custody set of at the$5,000.county May jail.remains in Sports Personal < {1, (1 Mlrr> rJR silverin!." *" vv.,MirrjFjl! > ft. 3: n :,

i -? C-ji/x' $"> '
T Auto Accidents ( (: ffPf-jK !)
Joseph Mandel Hilliard 20, of 1 tGi irrorstSandblastmg( ).

Duval was arrested Sept. 18 for DR. W. DAVID SIKES ,.,,, ,-,:., ,,::-- < "' -"t".t_,gfM ,".!...,'",-,.-s,
without ':""j>'_ ;"':, .; "' :, '
failure to appear fishing CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN ,"'-_: :!>:>,Ar -. .>JSSB--
license.The charges were dismissedat
his first appearance.L. THE TEAM APPROACH

B. Gross,24, of Suwannee was CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT-
arrested Sept. 19 for failure to ap- :24 HOUBS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK Special Attention to
pear for grand theft charges, according -
to Dept.ty DeBergalis. p .964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER

arrested TJINII Offlei Haunt Mon-Fri. 1130-6100..._ S.t.Appointment Claims
Deverne Aaron, 33, was Insurance A
Sept. 23 on a capias for violation. of

Closeout SaleAll

Open -
Lawnmow Priced For Clearance


BeforeNo 10.12.16&20HPI ModeIIIN.llable Mon. Fri.

_.._-- Ride NO DOWN Prices No Down Payment

y_.-_ PAYMENT. Increase Monthly Payments .
FREE As Low As$45 s.r
On AU Rear 1
Engine Ride,.. TIL APRIL OWERS
Ores Catchers 1991
1' a.1oa12HP
Riders. Models availableNo '
Down Payment
Monthly Payment
V.I.P. Service Club Membership With Purchase As Low As$34
($50.00 Value) Jtr Starke
V.I.P. Service Include: Value Palatke
1. Free blade sharpening I" .on TORO Wtwal Hers Garden 964-3016 325-1706
2. Free annual pickup & delivery special. E: Tractors
+' 3. Part discount on all In-shop repairs. Emergency
4. Factory authorized warranty service. Large Selection To Choose From 'Emergency
I3RVAN S 5. Optimo! extended engine warranty. Sale Prices Limited To Inventory 1-282-4037 421 W. Brownlee Rd. 1.2765881
6. Priority 5-day service guarantee. In Stock

t.CF INTERLACHEN.r"lemltbe by to MELROSE lecnja""w AnHH.1991.Flmnctng ivilliMj'.to quilified ITOTCTI STARKE only, Providing Quality ,Services

Miller's Plaza Highway 21 North Highway

Hardware And Highway 20 Next to Williamson's Grocery Highwa/100 473-4006 East Next to 964-4642 Sawyer's Gas Since 1926

Garden Centers 684-2811

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Hard WorkShr:, Financial Planning and Frugal Living Pay Off For Former CHS Wrestlerby

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Creg CrItes .... r -y w M ,
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"It's not easy. It's not fast. Michael McDuffie shown Michael Is married to wife ; :-S, ;fi. :
It's not Impossible. You can -i I with Just a few of the medals Kim and has two daughters' c't j
work hard, provide good and awards presented him "McKayla wlio"started.
service and be a success at during his successful 4 years Kindergarten at Southside
business." So says Michael ,. (with the Bradford High this year.. _,!and month nld
McDuffie a Starke native School.Wrestling team.
and resident who parlayed a Monique. "Michael works
....... 5 1- --r
truck, a riding mower, a : from dawn to dark Kim
commitment to quality work ... 1' 1 said "so we don't get to see
and a determination to ...:, as much of him as we like but
succeed; Into MdDuffie's .il #t..r. we support him that's his
Lawn Service, a sound, V ".. "" ; '; .If ,. 'K;}' work. He Is a good father anda /
growing business. ,; -;- 'l:.t t t1' good husband We are er
Michael 27, was born and Y"/ J'1J ,. proud of him. Every Sundaywe
raised In Bradford County + ,1 _, attend the Greater
where he attended Bradford l < \ Bethlehem Freewill BaptistChurchtogether
High School and achieved a f,."" jt'\ as a family
measure of success on the .1.", and that's really our best day

wrestling team. With a t;! '* .tog there" Mrs. Mcduffie ,did
record of 77 wins with 8 ,f have some strong words
losses during his four yearshe about their home on Jenkins M.I
says that wrestling taught Street In Starke. have only

him a few good lessons that one complaint. Our front The Bradford Hospital hedges undergoing a changeat
have helped since yard is always kept the hands of Michael Mcduffle.
graduation.Wrestling beautifully, but the back
taught me that .... .' .- where Michael has the
determination, a willingnessto '. ,.- company equipment looks TULLER
work and the advice and
fIIt. ,'J, like an explosion In a John

together coaching to of make others things come .1.>. ..f'fI., ,,:;.11"' .. Deere factory. Chiropractic Center I

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happen. : .L When asked what advicehe Keystone Heights Office i
Today he looks physically ... rN ; 1 1a might have for young 26OB, S. Lawrence Blvd.
capable of taking up the e
people dreaming of being in
sport again and he attributesthis business someday he said, 473-7213 :
to the many hours spent couple of part-time don't pull money from the "Business is no different
behind the hedge clippers employees who do the lions business. It pays salaries for from your job or all the partsof PAIN CONTROL E!
weedeaters and other my people, buys equipmentand .Headaches
your life. You keep your I
share of the work. I don'tmean
Implements of the lawn generally pays for Itself. nose clean. You have a clear .Neck&Arm
that It is I
maintenance trade. a hobby can I do it because the experienceIn I
understanding of what Mid Back
deal with when I want to. I you
"IVe worked at Dupont In dealing with the ,
the shipping department for mean it is relaxing to me likea customers and employeesand are doing. Using that Low Back&Leg
5 years and IVe managed the woodshop is to others. I keeping up with the understanding you a
plan. You work hard. Enjoyit
lawn business for 7 years, s'o take my business and my paperwork is valuable and
I The lawn customers satisfaction when things go right R. RICIIARD C. TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
keep busy. will come In handy. It's work harder when they'renot
business Is sort of I seriously. McDuffie's Lawn
a hobby exciting to help make
going as well as they CARE
have two full time people and Service has my name on It. I something run smoothly, to should; and don't be WHEN YOU NEED IT -
have a hand In all the discouraged into
SFCC Zoo Now OpenThe Without Appointmentchildren procedures from start to With hard work quitting.and the 2% 24 IIOURS A DAY
finish. I oversee all the work grace of the Lord you can be 7 DAYS A WEEK
Santa Fe Community College who come here on tours because the responsibility successful at work, business itf
Teaching Zoo will for the first time always love the animals. for the customers home and wherever find OmCEHOURS;
be open to the public without an ap- "Now we have the staff to open the satisfaction falls on me. IfIt's you Mon. fri 8:30. 600pm. Sat By AppoiitfinentBradford
pintment on weekends beginning zoo for people who just want to visiton yourself.
not done that
Saturday (Sept. 22)). weekend." Brown said. just
Open visitation hours are 9 a.m.to The a zoo houses endangered birds, reflects on me-so I make It t =-:. _>Wic,;;: :. .::;100... Ml.........MlMHM.........'-..... '....'"'-... .. '' '''. .. .....'... := ;
2p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. wild cats, reptiles and mammals right. It's a learning BHMHMnMMaMMMMMMMhMM MMMI MMIMM MMMMMMMMMiiM
Admission is free. from Africa,Asia and the Americas.For experience that I think will
Except at biannual open houses, information call the SFCC payoff in the future Churchis
the zoo had been open only to guided teaching zoo at 395-5604.
tours by appointment. The zoo will
continue to offer guided tours by ap ,
weekends.pointment on' weekdays and having its 4th ANNUAL"RoundUp

Classes of children from Alachua .
.. .
County public schools and civic SHEAR' DESIGN:
groups often arrange tours,said zoo Sunday"
director Jack Brown.
"We've wanted to the zoo to
the Brown public said.like"It's this been for a very long popularat time," $5 HAIRCUT September 30, 1990 at 11:00: A.M.

our open houses, and the school

$20 PERMSwith ..........--.......' Pastor Stockton Smith and

Vo-Tech I" 1D\ his congregation invite you to

For Single ParentsAre Linda, Dianne, Gina, Sheri, Kathy or Kelly.A ,
you a single parent struggling : \ put on your western "duds"and
to ends meet? Perhaps you
are just bored with your old job and
would like to train for a new one. QUICK SERVICE SALONfor ; : ya'll come!
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center is ,
offering training that can help you the person "on the go" \ '
qualify for a better job or train you \ Meet a whole lot of Cowboys
combined with
for a new one. You will even be
assisted in finding a job once you A FULL SERVICE SALONFor \ and Indians. '
have your training.If you ''' ....'
are a singe parent,you may quality the person who likes "the works" ....-.......
for financial assistance to help with
your small children while you train. Bradford Baptist Church is located off Hwy 100
Call Vo-Tech at 9644800, for help on 100-A(Griffis ) at the railroad tracks.
to put you on the road to a brighter 737 S. Walnut 964-4645 or 4151 .
future. Phone 964-4168
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a press release this week, the
Board of Directors of the Brad- s6
ford/Union County Board of GREAT DEPOSIT
Realtors recommended the electionof
Joe Riddick as County Commis-
sioner,District 4.
The release said that a special
screening panel of the Board ques-
tioned candidates for the Commis- MONTH CD
sion seat and concluded that Riddickwas LIQUIDITY PLUS 12 MONTH CD
best qualified for the position.
Susan Faulkner chairman of the $500 Minimum To Open MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT $500 Minimum To Open
screening committee, said that In-
terviews with the candidates were
designed primarily to provide the

which Board's to membership make an informed with decisionon data on 8.000/0 148b/o 7.230/0 ; i 8.1000A

didates.the qualifications of the can-

Two of the three persons seeking Annual Yield*" Annual Rate :1.', Annual
'election to the District 4 seat attend nnua I Yield '- :, I Yield*
ed interviews during the selection $75OOOormore $75,000'or :
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Mrs. Nora AspinwallMrs. Gainesville; one half-brother, Graveside funeral services were Pierce Samuel r Crews
homemaker '
and a member of the Survivors include her husband, held
Lowell.Donaldson of Okeechobee; Sept. 26 in Hague Cemetery in
Nora Aspinwall, 78, of First United Methodist Church in Eugene W. Bishop; one stepson, one haftister, Melba Donaldson of Hague, with Dr. Johnny Arnette officiating Born Sept. 21, 1899
Lake Butler, died Friday at her Starke. William R. Bishop of Chicago; one Vero Beach ten great- .Arrangements were handled Departed this life Oct. 10,1971
home following a brief illness. Survivors include: one son,William brother, Bob Marshall of and; several by Jones Funeral Home of Wife Fronie
grandchildren great- ; R.Crews
Bm in Coffee County Ga. Mrs. A. Bessent III of Gainesville; one Doylestown, Ohio; three sisters, ; Starke. Son;William S.Crews
Aspinwall lived most of her life in daughter Mary Carol Heape of Katherine Werner of MarshalvUle, great-grandchildren.
Georgia before moving to Lake Starke; one grandson, William A. Ohio, Margaret Casenhlser of Nor-
Butler one year ago.She worked as a Bessent IV of Gainesville; one ton, Ohio, and Dorothy Troje of
roller in the Swisher Cigar Company granddaughter, Lucinda Abate of Louisville, Ky.Funeral .
Land Sales Below in
in Jacksonville for many years and Gainesville; and several nieces and Drop $1 Million AugustLand I
attended the First Baptist Church in nephews.
Lawtey. Funeral services were held Sept. services were held
Survivors Include her niece, Ella 22 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Wednesday at St. William Catholic Sales In Bradford County Cecil E.and Christine S.Mathis to Mary R. Schramm to Coursey
N. Gockley of Lake Butler; one Starke with Rev. Dwight McQueenand Church with Father Tom Gordon of- recorded during!the month of August Kelley E. and Juanitta G. Llsh, Construction Co., Inc., Middleburg,
brother, Clyde Terrell of Lucedale William A. Bessent III officiating ficiating.Interment was in Keystone fell below the$1 million mark for the Bartlett, Dl, parcel in tract I-C, Mt. lots 3 and 4,Crystal lake Homesites,
Miss.; and several other nieces and Interment was in Crosby Heights Cemetery under the direc- first time since March, 1988,totaling Pleasant on Silver Lake, $74,000. 7400.
nephews.Funeral. Lake Cemetery under the directionof tion of Jones Funeral Home. only $948,400.Sales Harriett Ann Mirth to Ben E.
services were held Mon- Jones Funeral Home of Starke. last month were $1,726,200 Atkinson, Lawtey, E 100' of lots 5 Earl Vaughan .to__David and
day,Sept. 24 in the Chapel of Archer and one year ago were$1,865,600. and 6, block. 22, Town of Lawtey, Shelley Rogers, Cooks Corner,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Largest sale of the month was the $2,000.
Maine, part of lot 33, Woodlawn, N.
Rev. Grayson McNeill! officiating. Drawtite trailer hitch property at Ronnie Wayne and Linda Diane
Burial followed in Dekle Cemetery, Mrs. Mary Bishop Mrs. Minnie RowellMrs. SR-16 at the railroad, which was Mundorff to Albin David and Linda of CR-125, $4.000.S. .
with Archer Funeral Home of Lake Mrs. Minnie Lee Rowell, 80, of transferred at a price of$$296.000.. Mills Hons, Ft. McCoy, lot 7 and lot LaRue and Margaret C.
Butler in charge of arrangements. Keystone Mary Elizabeth Bishop,78,of Starke, died Sept. 23 in Bradford Prices of transactions are figured D, block 36, J.M. Johns Addition to Williams to William F. and Loreen
Heights, died 23 at
Sept. the amount of documentary
City of Starke 25000. Canon, In of SWS'4and
her residence Hospital following a short illness. parcel partly N'6
following a brief illness taxes paid at the time of recording Robert J.and Norma Jane Rhodento
in Madison partly In Nof SEV4 section 17,
Born March 8, 1910
Mrs. Mary BessentMrs. i the deed in the office of the Clerk of Hiram B. Padgett, parcel in SE'/4 T6S, R22E south of Pleasant Grave
born June County, Fl., Mrs. Rowell moved to
24 1914 In Ohio
Mrs. Courts.
section 6, T6S, R22E, east of SR-16, road, $26,000.
.Mary Pamella Russ Bessent, Bishop moved to Postmaster.' Villagein Starke in 1969 from Gainesville. Gene D. Adams to Jerry M. Sad- $30,000.
91, of Starke. died Sept. 19 In She nds Keystone 38 years 'ago from was a homemaker and a member of dler, lots 1 and 8 Country Club Jessie Roddy to Longchamp
Hospital of Gainesville, following a Jacksonville. She was a Oak Grove Baptist Church. Estates, in SWV4 of SEtt section 26, Homes, Inc. lots 6,7,10 and 11, block
brief illness. homemaker, a member of St. Survivors include one daughter, T6S, R22E, $15,000. 4. Sou'*"**."-':'*'l'.* *on"nt FLORIDA
Born Aug.18,1899 In Bonifay,Fla., Williams Catholic 'Church in Josie Dampier of Starke; three sons, Anarco Corporation to Tri Mas Ac- The Rooit Investments, Inc.
Mrs. Bessent moved to Keystone,and owner and director of James B. Rowell of Hampton and I Inc.
Starke in quisitions LivIngston Alpchua County, to Anthony E. TWIN THEATREStarke
1932 from Bartow. She was a All Girls and All Boys Band. Bill and Norman E. Rowell both of ,Truby and pany4e Addi- Miller, Carmel, Ind., 4.58 acres in
tion to Town of Starke, (Drawtite WV4 of NWV4 of NWV4, section 34, 964-5451
Hitch Co. property), $296,000. T6S, R22E, $25,000.
Paul H.,Sr. and Mary J. Austin to '
I James D. and Karon Deleruyelle, ( 2r50'.SPECIAL.
Guitarist Begins Arts Series Tonight 9/27 Keystone Heights, parcel in Mt. 1';'<4 et.;& sun.
Pleasant on Silver Lake, $18,000.J. Fall is Excellent < Flrt Showing Only ,
Brooks and Helen L. Brown
The Santa Fe Community College The concert will conclude with a Keystone Developers of Bradford,
1990 Fall Performing Arts Series "meet-the-performer" reception Inc. to Luis O. and Nannette Castro, Fishing WeatherLake CLOSED WED & THURS."
opens its 13th season in Starke this hosted by the Starke Woman's Club. Gainesville, Lot 8, Keystone Oaks Starting Friday, Sept. 28
evening, Thursday, Sept. 27, with a South in SWV4 of SEV4 section 13,
concert by guitarist Stephen Robinson 4< t's T8S, R22E,$3,000.J. City- "The best fishing of
hailed by the great Andres Brooks and Helen L. Brown, the year," is how many fishermen GHCTPATRICK
Segovia as "a young and magnifi- Keystone Developers of Bradford, describe October, November and
cent guitarist, one of the most "Blues" EntertainOn Inc. to Ernest E. Williams,Sr.,lot 7, December. When most outdoorsmenare
brilliant of our times." The 8 p.m. Keystone Oaks South 3000. in the hunting woods, smart I
performance at the Starke Woman's Oct. 4 William D.and Leslie M.Carter to fishermen are on their favorite lakesor SWAYZE
Club is free and open to the public. Tap William R. and Elmo G. Alderman, rivers. DEMI
Robinson is a prize winner in five Hampton, lot on Division Ave., The waterways are quiet and un- MOORE .
major competitions, including the The SFCC Fall PerformingArts Hampton, $13,600. disturbed this time of year and WHOOPI
XXII Concourso International de Series will continue Thurs- FNB Pro erties, Inc to Thomas G. fishing can be fantastic, says the GOLDBERG
Guitars in Paris and VI Concurso In- day, Oct. 4, with a dynamic con- and Elaine P. Jackson, SW> of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish ro.,>
ternacional de Guitarra in cert at the First Methodist NEV4 section 18, T7S R22E, $40,000. Commission. As the water Friday 7:00&9:10
Venezuela.. High Fidelity/Musical Church in Starke by Velma Frye, ,' Desso H. and Deborah S. Formanto temperature cools,largemouth bass Sat &Sun. 5:30& 8:30
America Magazine named Robinson blues singer and pianist with a John M.and Joella L.Seay,lot 16, and sunshine bass increase feeding Mon.-Tues. 730SCREEN
"Young Artist of 1985",Highlights of strong background in Jazz, pop, Conerly Estates, $56,000. activity. .
his recent concern seasons include s and classical styles. A repeat Charles A. Garrard,Jr. to VincentE. "The fishing success during the 2-
performances as guest soloist with favorite on Garrison Keillor's Na- Godeaux, Marbury, Md., parcelin fall is comparable to spring fishingfor
the Boston Pops and the Cincinnati tional Public Radio variety show, SEV of NEV4, section 5, T6S, largemouth bass," said Lt.
Symphony.Tonight's. "A Prairie Home Companion", R22E, $35,000.John Dewey A. Weaver, public Informa-
program features Frye has been described by and Sandra Marie Gerling tion specialist for the Game and TAKING CARE
classical guitar pieces,opening witha Stephen Robinson"Theme Keillor as a "terrific piano Gillespie to Brian E. and Phyllis A. Fresh Water Fish Commission."The .
variety of dances in the 17th Cen- player, with an absolutely sure Margettes, Lawtey, EV4 of E'Allots difference is that not as many OF
tury Sonata in E Minor by Sylvius touch." 33 and 40 south of graded road, people are in the water." BUSINESS [a! ]
Leopold Weiss.Spanish rhythms are and Variations on the NPR's "Weekend-Edition" has Woodlawn, section 11, TSS, R22E, "The bass are eager to strike on
obvious in the three-part suite by Japanese folk song." The evening referred to her music with $77,500. topwater lures and this makes for
Isaac Albaniz subtitled "Cordova, will conclude with "Innocent praise: "This is not Top-40, not James G. and Karhryn S. Griffisto exciting fishing," said Weaver. Friday 7:05 &9:10
Mallorca and Rumores de la Meanderings",especially composedfor tired standards. It's Velma's own Lavonne K Wilkison, Lawtey, 3.7 "Casting a topwater lure over Sat & Sun. 5.00.7:00,9.00: :
Coleta." Robinson by Harold Blanchard, special blend and she teaches her acres, the east 250' of west 1,040' of submerged vegetation often produces Mon.-Tues. 7:45
an Italian barcarole dance by audience to love it." Woof S'/t of SV4 of SEV4 section 15, vicious strikes from hungry
After a brief intermission, an ex- Barrios-Mangore and the intense T6S, R22E$18,500. fish lurking below the mats of 301 DRIVEINStarke
citing number by Reglno Sainz de la "Sunburst" by contemporary com- L.J. Kite, Sr. to Albert D. and hydrilla or millfoil."
Maza will be followed by an exotic poser Andrew York. Cheryl D. Blizzard, 1.02 acres in "Sunshine bass can be taken on 9647484Fri.
NEV4 of NEV4 section 10,T7S,R21E, small topwater lures or by trolling Sat. Sun.
I I $10,000. small spinner type baits, he said.
, i "Anthony R. and Sharon D Hayes "As a matter of lact..when sunshineare
--y 6hflD-r fJ l :: .... b rr r111Z .\. *i\ Stepbeiu: Ea: *n.d.u Martha, LiReagan -, schooling! ; ,it's hard to" keep. them PRETTYWOMAN
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parcel I in:EV of JWV4 ofSWV4 /
section 27,T6S,R22E,$106,100. The better fall fishing lakes include
Richard H. and Laurel W. Jockelto Orange, Lochloosa, and Santa
Sylvia M. Thomas, lot 3, block 3, Fe in Alachua County, and Ocean With Richard Gere
Saratoga Heights Unit I, 35300. Pond in Baker County. Both the St.
Johns and Suwannee rivers offer ex- and Julia Roberts
cellent fishing at this time.

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ANY DEBTS INCURRED BY ROSE CH/A. W/D. Skirting screoend In 964-7517 6 SATURDAY. SEPT. 29: 9-2. 909 N. :<
SMITH, effective Thursday Sept. porch,carport utility shed New 25 yr. REGISTERED HORSES: 3 to choose Thompson St Stove refrigerator, ).' 205 N. Temple t
27. -i/Tom Smith. 1 from. One sofa, air conditioner window frames, .
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fenced tot In Waldo.Immaculate.((305)) AH safe for beginners. coffee maker. Ice maker clothes and Cecelia TetwillegarSPECIAL I

,j ,1 CARS/TRUCKS. \, ; 882.0540 or 864- 727. 4 Included with man $600eaannddtack SATURDAY a little of everything. 7 Of THE WEEK Pork-like setting, see this 3 M/2 A "home on e .
SEPT. 7:30-noon7;
tSeOQUERDON MOBILE HOME:12x55. each. Call 782-3731 after 4 p.m. : : beautiful landscaped acre. In the city limits, walking distencefrom.nyhktg
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d.: ,,__ ,\vANS,1 .. :' 2 BfVI BA. CH/A. Well pump and 8 Seminole St. SR 230, Wngstey Lake your llttl heart d.slr... Home drastically reduced to Mil.-NON-
power pole Included. You move. REGISTERED WALKER HOUNDS: Not (VFD Road). Albums tapes, baby QUALIFYING MORTGAGE TOO..Call 9601.7776ON' .
'83 FOUR WHEELDRIVE SILVERADO: $5900. OBO. Call 782-3634. tfnMUST Culls I Just have too many.$200 each. items bike, weights auto stereo
Loaded with $5200 books military Hems and Or A KIND Priced to tail)11 Gorgeous 3 M/2 BA brick home en 1
many extra 4 With papers.H.F.Wiggins,964-6592. more.
Please call 064-5647 after 6 beautifully manicured acre. At the prestigious Golf a Country Club area
p.m. SELL:24x56 DOUBLEWIDE on 1/ 8FREE GARAGE SALE: Saturday. Sept. 29.
2REDUCED 4 acre. In Brooker. 2 BFV2 BA heat TO GOOD HOME: Part hound Furniture clothes books, etc. 3 1/2 Norwegian brick veneer home with new CH/A tile, carpet huge cno-
Must Sell!) 1984 Ford Van pump, ceiling fans, new dishwasher, part pit bun. 6 months old. One male. miles watt on Road 100.8-5 outside dock dbl car garage, outside storage shed w/greenhouse ettached.
PS PB AC, Cruise, Tilt, Customized city water. $20,000 OBO. 485-1902. one tam.... Keep going huntingwithout pm. Has 3% down payment to any qualified buyer at an Interest rate of
Interior. Now$4600.OBO.782- us) 7823507. 6 FRIDAY. SEPT. 28.8-5; SATURDAY 8- 10%'10'A% Hurry I III I I This won't last long. Reduced to 62000.00

3660. TFN 2 1983 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME: BABY HAMSTERS. Teddy bears. $3. 3 housewares.: Four families 3 mi. Lots Edwards of toys and REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Spacious 4BR home: 1,800 sq. ft. w/plenty of

69 MG8-GT: Wire wheels, fairly good 14x55, 2 BR 1 BA. Make offer. Cad regular$2.50;baby $2450adult gerblls, from 301 on !left on Cancel ralnl.i' Road. room to room Just seconds from shopping areas, and grocery. store..This I

condition. $600. 964-8640. anytime, 064-8808. 4 albino $3. brown. Dan78235Q7 '. ... . home Is a Great..Great Buy.MMACULATf I
2 12X65.10X3OMOBILEHOMESw10x15deckand 6 __ ':., :": .- .. ; ft NON-QUAUPVINO MORTOAOli This elegant Spain.
'78 CADILLAC 4 dr Fleetwood ..... .. .. .
lOxlOendosed porch.Bullermu.t : : .h/Stucco home on 2 1/2 ac. of _II-kept lawn has 2.500 ft.w20'x40' .
Brougham.Goodcondtion.Reason- .:.. : : ... .. : OATS' very sq. I
move all for $5,2001km. Call I ,. Florida Room that has a 20' Stone fireplace. This out-ln-the. country '
able. 964-7184. 9642689. 4 : 'YARD. .\.SALES: : I : .. .. home Is lust minutes from town..Coll today for more details.
1989 NISSAN TRUCK: AM/FM stereo (
sliding rear window tinted windows 12X68 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Electric '.., : .. '. I 13' STUMPKNOCKER: (Tilled a* 12'). 2 .BE COOl IN THE POOL 3BR, 21/2BA Brick home w/Jocuni. LUXURY Master

20,000 miles, 5 speed Fiberglass Offer.pole. Ready 9646284.4 for set up.$5,000 or best THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY: live wells 2 .seats 2 flotation tanks bath beautiful ceramic ft quarry tile throughout the home, double. car
topper. 9642640. 2 trailer ((2 new tires and spare), 2 motors garage. Immaculate corner acre, just.. neat as a pine Come take a look end
72 NEW MOON:3 BR, 11/2 BA.$900.00Or Moving must sell. Doublewide In-
CHEAPI FBI/U.S. SEIZED84VW 12 volt/ deep cycle battery, 2 life Me the beautiful pool and hot-tub..Country Club Area
best offer. 964-2995 after 7 cluded. Lots of household stuff. 1000S.
VW.....................$5087 4SUPER p.m. Water St. Lot 8. 9 am til ?? Jackets and f:8ddl.?: Have close to -10 ACRES Has 2..." Wells.septlc tank 3 acre fish pond and many
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c.d.$20085 Mercedes $1.000 it sail for$750.Call 964- extras..make offer today.
SAVER PLAN: For limited time 7TWO
. . $10088Mustang.$50Choose only. Purchase a 1991 Fleetwood 2 FAMILIES: Friday. Carpet 20x20; 8347 for between 8 and 0 a.m. Reason -TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS en Cammerdel Crete, downtown' Keystone
selling have and
from BR Loaded. Air conditioning. Delivered metal detector;electric heater;house- cancer can't Heights. $68,000 _
thousands starting$25.24 Hour Recording handle It anymore. 8 SANTA PI LAKE! 80' of frontage cleared ready to build located
and l8t-upwlth only$1200 down hold;dothlna.612 E.Washington SL100"E. .. ... .. on. on
Reveal Details. 801-379- C21B. 78000. Assume
$213 mo. for only 6 rearsl! Save MARKET ROAD: Off 301. Saturday .. Mortg.
$6536111 Call Steve Smith 804-752- 'j' COUNTRY Owner finance with LOW downpayment.
HI ? rods
Sept 20 8 ? Fishing ,
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CUSTOM 1452. power tools, lawnmower 8x10 tent i long.
82 MADE CHEVYVANGatorcolors : 1991 Fleetwood Doubtewido. Lap tiding wood ladder what-nots, sewing ,. .. H ... -4 LEVEL LAKE MONT HOME approx. 3800 sq. ft. w/4 5R. 4 1/2 BA. carpet
; air conditioning; 4 captain'schairs. deluxe carpet, sliding\! glass door fireplace machine. Cancel if rain. 7 WATERFRONT: Sampson Lake lots. tile CH/A. private asphalt drive on 2 Acres w/100 ft. of crystal water
payments at air conditioning. Set up and SATURDAY ONLYI!0-3.Clothes cdH 'n 2,3,4 a 5 on Breamwood Point Ap- front..REDUCED.

days munity,ask State for Mildred Bank. ;Call after 964-6220.5 call delivered. $0 Down to landowners Of'tradeIn ends, console TV$60; 8 4 W13" TV pro)(.0.3 Ac.870 ft on waterfront Any -M ACRE LOTS IN HAMPTON OAKS ESTATES All cleared mowed, lust
$245/Mo. Call 7555207. for
064-4445. 2 I. $75. Orangewood Apts., Apt 703. or all lots. ((305)) 882-0540 or 964- waiting a new horn.
4 964-6618. -10 PLUS ACRES IN CITY LIMITS Plated
1988 GMC VANDURA CUSTOM VAN: 7 6727.9 out Into approx. 24 Lots Great for
34.000 miles,captains chairs, radio, SATURDAY, SEPT. 29: 0-1. 4.8 miles 3 ACRES ON FORSYTH ROAD: By FHA Multi-Family Housing or just about any type of money making project
CB. AC. Excellent condition,$8500. LOSTFOOKDLOST west on SR 16 turn right on NW 56th owner. 13500. Phone 1-407-464- you desire.
Call! 7823688. 2 ... ,, ., .' 1 Ave. Household items. 7 6827.9 COUNTRY LIVING on Paradise lake. 5 BR 2 BA. 1790 Sq.Ft. Trl-Uvel' deck;
1981 VOLKSWAGEN RABBIT DIESELLS ,: .. FRIDAY A SATURDAY: Have 24, 40x48 HALF ACRE OFF S-229. Call 064-6889. separate guest cottage, several varieties of fruit trees. Beautiful 1 view.
oak pallets; Scotsman Ice machine; 0OCALA 89000.
: One owner good condition. BLACK NET PURSE ,
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Clean car. $1295. Consider trades water cooler;dining room set w/chlna GORGEOUS CEDAR HOMES 3BR 38A. 1 1/2 story home In the Country Club.
are Inside. Please Can '
for motorcycle etc. Call 964-4757 or 9643314.papers 5 return. cabinet Old Farm House, Olin'sMobile I. EA :..;'EST T Beautiful landscaping on 2 large lot., Call today for details.
Home Park, Off SR 16, 4 mi. ,
964-8810. 2 TRI-lSVEl HOMCi 4BR :3BA. CH/A over
1985 FORD 3/4 TON PICKUP: Stan- west BIG Of 301. 964-2815. 7 ,OU.T'OF\A\ EA, 3,000 sq ft. Georgeous view of the lake from... 3rd .level Living room that
BIG. YARD SALEII!) Friday a Saturday "
dard transmission AC. 5th Wheel. connects to a huge outside deck. 2 Acres with an entire sprinkler system
Sept 28 29.
Morgan Road
Run $4500. Call 782-3731. NATIONAL FOREST: wooded looks like the
great Keystone golf course..Fantastic price.
comer of SR 16 a 233 2nd house
lots access. $5950 each. No
6 behind HandyWay. 9646521. down. HOME en 4 ACRESt Immaculate 3 BR home.
$71.41 month. Owner.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FEMALE SPITZ I ; 5 mos. old. Housebroken. 7 money 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN CH/A on a main hard rood. Priced to sell..This Is the. country.home you've
: ASE' t.L Call 964-2030 Mon.-Fri. (After 6 always wanted..Call for more details.
\. .RtNT,,: 1. ; : on Sat a SUn.) 8 GORGEOUS BRICK HOME IN CITY LIMITS: Any type financing Is offered for
FRM PELLETIZED DOG FOOD: 40 lb. this home. 3 BR/2 BA w/CH/A. Fantastic neighborhood. Kitchen equipped,
FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq.ft and 2.000 sq.ft. bag,, $5.99. King Lumber Keystone, also comes w/washer ft dryer. Must sell. Make an appointment today with'
301 South, Southpolnt Plaza. 064- 5 ml. North of Keystone on SR 21.FRM Sandra. Ann., Debbie or c.c.lla.:
8848 or 4733627. TFN 3 8 YARD SALE NICE MOBILE HOME LOTS. OWNER FINANCIi low..low..down payment.
Friday Saturday & Sunday neighborhood, today for an oppolntment..These lots won't
LEASE: Location 225A across from FEED:50 Ib.bag.$4.09.King Lumber last long. HURRY.'COMMERCIAL .
Old Louise Hunting Club. Short or of Keystone 5 mi. North of Keystone 7:30 am til ????? PROPERTY On Rood 100 West. Fantastic Investment Call to

long 1266.3 term available.! Call! case' 485-" ,onS R 2licue \1 At Bobby DiUngv SR JW; ,(Q.ZZiid Av$. day for mar. details _

FAMOUS KENNEL:: Country Boardjng. .rf'&ijBwa- Car, pans, household items..w64-73: Ui t .-A..TASnC"toMME.Cl L BUILDING located on,Call Street West Jc/Bft
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Rate. 964-9560.6 dltlon. You must see to believe how great It Is. Please call today for en op
FREE: CUTE PUPPIES:7wkl.old. For polnfment.

Get Results_ information. ,.call. ...9847353CR ... -. AFTER HOURS

Cecelia rwllUgar-9o4-7776 Sandra Torwlllogar.'U"211'Ann.

(P'aivM Terwillegar Brown 473-7541

Insurance i Collision Work JFREEEstfm;: e REALTOR ANE S. USHER -. .. .

229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646133EOALHOUSt Your Union County Realtor

Lake Butler--Lake City

496-2126 or 755-3500 V.A. F.H.A. &

PRICI KEDUCfD..BMCK HOMI..I 2 ocres, fish pond fireplace. Must see this
lovely counryr home to really appreciate all the extras. Owner moving out of CONVENTIONALHOME

area.....motivated to sell NOW.
OWNER WILL FINANCE: On. acre and Mobile Home with cathedral calling In FINANCINGCall
Union County.
-1 C.L.I ACRES..3 ACRES..4ACRES..I S acres..6 acres. Owner will
finance..Suitable for Mobile Ho..... Harold K. Davis

APPROXIMATELY :24.S ACRESi with Mobil. Home, pond with bridge, woods,
privacy fenc.and also boarded fence on rood frontage Union County Call for GAINESVILLE Ph. 964-3739

appointment to see PJX( Box
MORTGAGE ItI8BtutIo,n.Located .
-1 ACRE to 3 ACRESi For ale..Owner finance. Owner will also finance septic I Lantehanp BkJaUS >
tank and w.llif buyer qualifies. Starke Office 301 South
t -1 LOTS for sale across from Lake Butler Lake on SR 238. Owner will finance at

10 percent for S to qualified buyer
yrs. a A A A A a a a A"S& a a
-1 BR BRICK HOMEl Block from Hospital with extra large corner lot..CH/A .
O TOH plus oppl.. Seller motivated.

$U..n .... Faulul O .'CR9'PreeWer. SANS I. USHER.REALTOR Accelerated Realty inc.

"'*6-aU' l-BOO-729-073e 715-3500 ,
ERA Faulkner Realty; Inc. Your Union County Realtor.//1 Don't Hove It. I'll Find HI

Located ttw1.-301. 2 block South ot CR.. 10O.. 221 Lafayette StgJ : 9644544Hwy.

I BR/a BAi Home clow to schools. CHI A. Priced to sell at 33900. LAVERN H. OUTLAW 301 S. A.

A..urnab"Martgage 97-90 :':::7" : Brffkie A Starke. FL a
.ACTIVE WORKING CHICKEN FARM 3 BR home,CH/A.All on S acr... 56-90 1w4mot
.PRICE REDUCED on this beautiful 100x720 lot on Sampson lake. Owner "Thinking of buying or

financing. Call today for details. 64-90 OUTLAW selling? Call its! ./nom xLotAcreage JW tetonta
.CITY LIVING In this cut. 2 BR/2 BA CB home. Florida room, many extra ,. 6V Weekends
features Must see to appreciate. Call for appointment. 92-90 ''tt.cy a ./ %/COmreLtl4
.I LOTS on paved road with prMledges to George's. lake. All th..lo.. for'$7110O. aa

29-90 Your Full Service Real Estate Office) I -SPACIOUS HOMES 3BR/2BA CB H_. Family Room CHI A. Range ReM .
; .LOT IN LAKESIDE HIUSi 75x100 for $1695 with prtvlledges to George's and Dishwasher. Screened Porch Garage, 1800 SF. Comer lot. $75.000,

Lake. 114-90 THERESSA ARIA A-Freme, CB.:3BR/2BA. CH/A. Stone Fireplace. Farm.a .

.a./1M In Keystone area. 145-90 David L, Dodge, MS A, CRA tu lli I ly Room, Laundry Room,10x16 Utility Bldg w/Water 4 Elect, 2.79 Acres. a
.OUT IN THE COUNTRY Union County. Mobile home on 2.25 acres 130-90 ''He*; 64370 'V C. Spry I 7500000. '
.PRICED RIGHT AT $62,4OOI Can't beat this on Crosby Lake Over 100 frontage. Flerldi* Srat* Certified i iRal : -GRAHAM. 4BR/3BA Stucco Home, large Family Room w/Flreplace.

113-90 E l te'Appraiser, CH/A. Range Refrl and Dishwasher,, Inground Swimming' Pool,
GRAHAM AREAi Have several nice building lot. from 1.5-5 acre. O33S55qt: Oak Tr.... 3 Acres $59.500. Large

DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION On Doublewide with one acre. 147-90 : ANEW BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA Stove, Refrl. Dishwasher, CH/A Sun
DRASTICALLY RSDUdOU BR/1 BA ever 2300 sq. ft. N. 301. 200' frontage. ] Deck 2240 SF, Garage, Well A Septic 1 Acre. BoI.500.00. a
Great place' for bu.I_... $" ,000.. 100-90 : SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA
Norwegian Brick
f .BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOMRi 3 BR/2 BA. fireplace' and 2 a J Dining Family
more. acres Keystone Professional Propirt Roams CH/A 2310 SF, Porches, 2.8 Acres $87.000. a
Country Club.Assumable or lease 87-90 I
mtg. purchoie. COUNTRY LIVING 3
Two-Story Home Well t
WINTER OR PERMANENT HOME ON LAKE BEDFORD 2 BR, fully' furnished. I $40.000. Septic. 1 Acre.
Including washer/dryer. Approx. 1 acre with 100 sandy beach on the. lake.. COUNTRY UVINO ClOSE IN LAKE GENEVA 2 BR/1BA ,
Grab.before It'.gone.. 124.90 ...utIfuIlrId& Kerne with Wr.p-Around Perch Well t Septic Large Lot24900.Frame, Screened Parches. x 16 Utility Bldg' ,

.LIFE AT THI COUNTRY CLUB 1 II GREAT In this 3 BR/2 BA hone Living 4 SR,2 BA.Over 2100 I.'. a GRAHAM
roam den w/flreplace' 2-car garage, new well, screened back porch and On 9 Acres .Oereeaus Pool Acres. $40.000.SOUTHEAST AREAS. 3 BR/2 BA Doublewide MH. CHI A. S'ove a Refrl'. 2 a

potto.Shown by appointment only. 131-90
.EXCELLENT LOCATION walk to everything, CI, 1200 ft. 3/1: CH/A. 24th ST:4BR/2BA 1977 Mobile
sq. s SW Home w/Addltons| .
A NICE HOME TO START WTTHi 2 BR CH/A. Garage. Separate laundry
house 2.5 aa... 36900. 133-90 *PARM HOUSIi3/1 on 10 acres., only $55.000. Add'l ocerage avail. CH/A. Washer Dryer t Deep Fr_.., 20x20 Work Shop, FIsS Pond J a
OWNER FINANdNOion Crosby Lake Canal ref. Acres 25900.
D/W 34000.
.BEAUTIFUL OLD HOME ON CORNER LOTS 1.31 acre. 4 BR/2 IA fully fenced.CItyr.2II.ondmor. CH/A.rge. .
.., 88-90 CONNER.Y ESTATESiBrkk, 3/2. on 1 acr., Immoc. cond.. landscaped yd. a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY a
*M UWiGargeous D/W. 3/2. CH/A. All Appl. 2 1/2 Ac.REDUCED I WALNUT STREET Two
Buildings Suitable for Small Business For
house Rent
LARGE 4i2S CB B1DO In good condition. A 3/1 needs repair an 2.86 I or
CONVENIENT. FENCED YARD. 2 BR, 1 BA. Inexpensive living. Lease
acres In Hampton. Owner finance. $26,900. 13890CANT
.BEST AlIAs Starke. Brick Over :2000 sff. double 2 lots. HWY Ml SOUTH
garage en large 200 Ft. on Highway. Plenty of Warehouse
PINO flit HOMI YOU WANT Build It on this 1.25 acre corner lot near Space.HWY
Starke CC.Owner finance. 90 Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home, SW Mobile
STORY NAME WITH 4 APTS and large CB,3066 sq. ft. building. SR 16. Priced *40 ACRES Heavy timber. Highway frontage. Lawtey area. a Home, 40x60 Auto Repair Shop, 3 Septic Tank ft 4 Wells..3 Acres.
.LAKBFRONTi Fish C Swim. Wend cottage. earn Sandy beach. -EAST. CALL'STREET
for quick sale. Owner financing. 139-90 Office Bldg. .Par Rent or .Lease.
.17 ACRESiw/doublawlde. Close to lawtey. Will divide. Owner Financing. SELECTED PROPERTIES

.NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRONICS BUSINESS) For Sale to QualMied,5uyer 40 ACRES Can be purchased In :20-Acre Tract. Near laWey, 6
*NEW-BEAUTIPULi 2 Story over 3500 gift unfinished U.S. 30 S. I B ACKiSi Frontage on Hwy 225. "
Call One of Our Professionally BRICK 1/IiCH/A, wnlk to shopping quiet neighborhood. A HOME BLDG. LOTS Hwy 16 W. City Water ft Sewage Owner

<. ''il ; Trained StqffToday..964-BQS9 .LAWTEY ARIA Spacious older home. 3/2'Owner financed. "OWE BIDO. LOTS Shady Oak. S/O Brooker. Financing a
.NON QUALIFYING Assumable mtg. 31n/ town. $34,000. FOUR 8-ACRI TRACT .
,' I: I Afff Hours Con T7t* e?RealtorAssodatesi. BEAUTIFUL STORY brick ft cedar farm home. 4/2 1/21A on 36 Acres. A ....!* 7-ACRR RIVERFRONT Brooker.LOTS.Hwy Brooker Frontage, Owner Owner Financing. atVEHINGs
:Il f .FRAME IN STARKSi City water and sewer, walk to everything 10000. Financing

::1 I 1 .Trend. r.nttn lwta..46823O3Warren REDUCED a I Way..D.ugls l .944. .79 1$? BIN Dodd .964.74M
'I Darlene Co< .CAYSTALLAKlHOMlSmI3111.0t/A.13005P.loc. REDUCEDUS .
vis Wrd 944-744 a
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.' 'I e. Woody' Rydeb'.9649040Thoma Ml SOUTH Large triple wide 3/2 On ".5 plus ec. Closenl/ 'I. 944444A

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'_ ... nished, cable tv available. 762-4333 grade.17$704-1.1S7blwt: >ekly.Mlnl- DEEDS SERV-
.. Room addition.$225/mo. Call after 8
"" TFN 13 mum Qualifications: A B.S. dears ICES AVAILABLE. CaN Bradford
p.m. 064-5440. Security deposit re from an accredited Secretarial Services Inc.. 9642700.tfn .
IIII'ge Pacts USED TYPEWRITERS.After S call quired. 13 sity.With major In citric 17BABYSITTING
of timber. p.m., '
rent Ck phys or
Pine. >M to prison. Call 4681323.
cypress and hard- FOR RENT OR SALE Mobile.
wood. Top 064-8569 or 964-7545. 12 TFN 13 : home with natural..sciences. ENVH Hlth., SanItary In my home: Infants to
Tony. 11 Dollarl496-1..a1. ask for 16' WOODEN BUILDING; 3 window. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 2 and 3 additions. No pets. Paved road, St Sel., Publico 111th.. Eng., t otaf; a school age 2 hot meals w/snacKa
'c some inside panelling. $450. OBO. Bedroom Near Prison.Call 064-4115 Rd. 16 East Reference required Rest Mgmt,Crim Justice or Law En- Weekdays 6 am to 6 pm. Have trampoline -
,};: ..:,:.;:. ,'d" ,': ': ;: 064-7628. 12. or 468-1323. TFN 13 964-8582. 13 forcement One year of profess E.H., swing fort A fenoed-hvyard.
iE l $ W DOVEFIELD FOR LEASE:Both seasons MOBILE HOME FOR RENT:1/2 Mite from 3-ROOMAPARTMENTwhh exp. a. ENVH Hlth Aide w/State or 064-6341 ask Debby. 17
,, ;', A ; $300.00. You mow and seed. Come City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFN utilities.One middle aged person.8 45970. Field or Lab exp. In E.H. or above HANDY MAN: Bargain Rate. Painting I

.. '_ 'P _. ... "I to Buck's Catfish Farm on East Morgan 13MOBILE MOBILE. 13 mentioned field can sub.on yr.for yr. Plumbing.Electrical. ,Additions. I
FRESH cur ALICIA Road 12 HOME LOTS WITH CITY WATER HOME: 2 BR on Grlffl Loop. basis for colt ed Apply:Bradford Co. Major Repairs. 25 yr*. Experience
HAY IN ROlL MuIctI PRESSURE $1go per mo., $200 dep. Cal ** Health 320>> .
for TREATED LUMBER hardware SEWER CABLE TV.064-7498 Dept. N. Church Street Local references, Woody. 064-5405
landscaping, 0593 13
12 782-3MO. tinHANOI A plywood. Open ; Mon. fri.. TFN 13 ONE BEDROOM Starke. FL 32001. Ken McCal. (904)) before 7 a.m. or after 8 p.m. for best
HOUSE BOO: 5.30.Sat: 8 330.: Stephen MOBILE HOME FOR RENT:1/2 Mile from HOUSE: Heater A/C. 064-7732. EEQ/AA/VP Employer. results. TFN 17
PORTABLE buildingsstorage Smith Lumber and Building Supplies.. City. Furnished. 468-1323 TFNMOBILE Furnished. 1 1/2 Miles on 16 East of Apply by Oct 11. 15 STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
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building I. PAYMENT" 7 miles South of Starke on 301. 468- 13 Starke comer of NE 10th.13 ... SALES AND SERVICE: AD makes
301 houses. NO DOWN Hwy 2624. FREE DELIVERY. 12 HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 4 BR 3728.HOUSE IN COUNTRY: Call 064- :" ) R'S'ONAL' ;; '1' and models cleaned oiled and adjusted

South 864-8848 TFN ATT CORDLESS 13 ... .. ,. .. $15. New
12 PHONE & recorder. WATER.SEWER.CABLE TV.2 BR. 1 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE "; ".w-"" ,-- ",{< "-" "'- ..I and used sewing
12X21 CARPORT In Excellent Condition. 0644993 BATH 064-7498 TFN3 HOME On .. 'SERVI"E'S"f machines. Hwy 233 a H (Morgan
$990.NO DOWN : Grlffl Loop with stove ( \ i' I Road: )) 064-8733 TFN 17
PAYMENT.Hand) House REFRIGERATOR WALDO VILLAS are now renting and refrigerator.
buildings Hwy 301 South Slark.96.c.'portable : $175.00. Gas range/ Townhouse. Starting at 26000. 13LARGE Deposit 064-8316. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates. WATER SPECIAUST: Pump and well
griddle. $300.431-1960. 12 HANDYMAN repair all makes and models. Lifelong
8848 TFN 12 Equal Housing Opportunity. For more UPSTAIRS FENCE CO..
'85TOVOTA TRUCK TOPPER 71 FORD 350::Positive traction rear end Information. call 468-1071.TFN BRs. Downtown.APARTMENT Kitchen : 2-3 owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. resident with many years expert-
:Off-white. $150; set of solid aluminum diamond 13TWO furnished TFN 17ALTERATIONS ence. CaR Collier Gntfo at 0646529
Ilka new. $150 Five 9644990.3
$25 each. 782-1445.: formal 12 dresses plated lamps for car or truck, heavy MOBILE HOMES:2 BRl1 SA each. : zippers hams, buttonholes PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks
PIANO FOR SALE:Wanted duty.$55;Ford2.10"x15-poke Unfurnished. $250 mo. + $150 too. patches.eta Drop off and pick driveways trailer, roofs and
to take -responsible rims with 12.5Ox35 Super Swampera deposit NW 57th Ave(Old Crawford up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm.964- roof Ntpalrs.' Call 064-6341. Terry
ment person on a low monthly pay. $60; $50 without tires; 76 Black full Road).Forlnform.tion.cat 782-3160. 5587. Pinehurst Variety cross from Parks. TFN 17 I
beautiful j
on a
console. piano.No truck seat$35;Chrome front bumper 13TRAILER SouthsWe Etem. Hwy 100-TFNWANTTO WILLIAMS DISCOUNT AUTOMOTIVE \
money 2450.12 down.Call tott-free. 1-800-346- fit*73-79 Ford truck$40;Realistic 40channelCBwmla$30.2from FOR RENT: 2 BR/1 BA. Air HOSPITAL JOB.S&80/hr, your area. No 17 SERVICES: Quality work at lowest
Monroe conditioning. exp nlI8For Info can 1-900- DRINK,THAT'S YOUR BUSI- prices.All woik guaranteed.9643412.
UPRIGHT FREEZER In Oka-new condi gas shocks for a Ford only used for 3 lot $2SO/month. 495.3811m6escrs 226-9399 ext 17996am-8pm 7days. NESSI WANT TO STOP? THAT'S TFN t7
tion. $75.CO. 964-4269.>> 12 months. $30. Can buy whole tot for 13SENIOR $12,95 phone fee. 15 OURSI) Alcoholics Anonymous 964- CHILD CARE: For the working mom. Af-
QUEEN SIZE WATERBED:: Heater only $350. 064-3939.!>> 12 CITIZENS SPECIAL: Retired JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: 3619 064-4150. 884-8614. 17 ter school nights and weekends. For
1 loaded. $150.964-6402. 12 DINING ROOM SET:4 chair, oval table 55 and older. Move mobile home Openings available in several areas, QUALITY with dependable good child care,call 964-
your SEWING for
.. '" w/extension. China cabinet Original to Mimosa Manor. No deposit we will ...,. For Info. call: 708-742- Full service for an all eye clothIng perfection 8522. 17PAINTING
cost $800 Asking$550. Negotiable. furnish city water,sewer and garbage 8620 est 362 15 needs.Cad 964-4757or964-8810.your : Any trailer w/palnt and one
HOMES'rFO'SAt': : 064-2815. 12 NEED EXTRA INCOME? Be an Avon color. $120. Woody. 064-5405.
"" c. BEDROOM pickup. $90.00 monthly rent Ph.964- If no answer leave message for Carol.MOBILE .
SUITE representative for Information can Ra-
: queen mattress 7498. 13
give care
.. .. set;tripledresser; <<-chest 3 BR/1 BATH HOUSE: On 2 acres with mona at 782-3068. 15
HOME ROOF COATING: Kool to elderly lady In my Keystone Heights
FOR SALE: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA. CB House $375. Call after 530.: 485-2529. barn. Approx. 5 miles from UCI. 782- HEAD SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC: Seal (White or aluminum). Applies home. Must be ambulatory. Call 473-
LR.DR. FR w/flreplace, Fenced yars. 12 3159. 13 Pay depending upon experience. your slnglewlde size. $79.95. 0078. 17
any Only
Bam w/eleo. 9645647. 16 COMPUTER: Mohawk Data Sciences EFFICIENCY ROOMS: Clean quiet air Reliability a must Call Bob Schnei- CaN 964-8961. 17 C a C CARPENTRY: No Job too small.
.SAC.Ranchette wlnewcustom built 3BR. Series Includes.monitor keyboard, conditioned. No children or pets. No der. 481-4361. Max-E Corporation MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: Cool Cat 064-3725. ask for Doug or Herbert -
2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage fire disk drive and rimer. $300. Cal tor ,dope or partying. 064-5687. Hawthorne. 15 weathers coming get those doors 17TRACTOR
place. 87000. Call Trevor. Century Ch arlie 064-7423 or 468-2316. drinking OVER-THE-ROAD TRUCK DRIVER: windows WORK and
or replaced now. : Mowing grading.
21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473- 12YESTERDAY'S WHY RENT?? HOMES FOR $1.001 Over age 25. 3 year experience All mobile home repairs Wtwe Also backhoe and dozer work. 782-
4903.16 TREASURES Ha bed. Repos. Govt give away programs. needed. Call 8-5 9642010. after 5 estimates. Can 964-8961. 3267.17CC
6 AC.Ranchette w/new custom tools,desks lamp,table, steeper. call 964-9347. 15
builtSBR For Information, call 504-649-0670, REMODELING:New construction no Job CLEANING SERVICES: Immediate
2BA Brick Home. 2 car garage, fire pool tables household item*.Nextto ext R-9579. 13 SINGLE WOMAN approx. 50,to work as too big or little. Cad 964-7217 after 5 opening* for weekly and bi-weekly
place. 87000. Call Ed's at 304 E. Call St Starke.0-8. maid at small motel. Must live In. Private -
Trevor Century 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: $225 per pm. or 964-3818 anytime (leavernetsaoa cleaning.Carpet*,tile wallpaper eta
21 Showcase Property-Broker. 473- M-F 9-2 Sat 064-2968. 12 mo., $100 security. 064-8814. living quarters. 664-7184. ). Ken Koehler, 17 782-3089. 17
2400 WATT 15$40,000yrl --
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT: Allumablemortgage. Paid $675 one year ago. Excellentcondition.Onlyasking.$350.Cal782 let and 2nd Floors. Stove frldg,and Fill READ BOOKS and TV home or office. Day or Evening. Will Commercial. Free estimates.
out like/don't
Can 9648136. 16 utilities furnished. Can 064-8498. Scripts. simple Discount for senior and disabled. 1-
clean windows, major appliances,
BRICK HOME 3688. 12 form. EASYI! Fun. relaxing at home,
::3 BR. 1 1/2 BA. Central H/ 13CLEAN laundry A Ironing. 468-1279. 488-1888. 17Check
A.All Elect c.38000.Cad alt r8:3O: 1991 Fleetwood Doublewlde. Lap siding 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT beach vacations. Guaranteed pay
pm. 964-5095. 16 deluxe carpet sliding glass door fireplace : check. U HOUR Recording Reveals. HOUSEKEEPING:Christian lady to clean
PERFECT air Set pets.Dep.Required. 801-379-2955 Ext. FE1A33 your home weekly or bi-weekly.Many
FOR HORSE:Brick home on conditioning. up and $200/Mo. 064-6232. 13 Our
1 acre*. All fenced. Excellent loca- delivered.$0 Down to landowner ortradeIn. TRAILER IN COUNTRY: 2 Ba 2 BA. 15'DIETARY years experience with good refer-
964-6529. 17
tion. Priced.to sell. 468-2895.>> .. $245/Mo. Can 755-5207. Unfurnished. Clean, oomp'etety re AIDE: Part-time. Ramadan ences.HOMES WASHED Safe low
12 !
18 modeled.$245/Mo. One Hand Institute/Lake Butler Hospital.
plus deposit ClassifiedAds
BY OWNER: Brick,3/2 w/fireplace. 2-car 10-TABLE SAW.$300;Band Saw$200. child 1-496-2323. 15 pressure cleaning Includes windows
max., no pets.468-1093 after 4 .
garage. New roof ((1987)). One acre Sear Best Quality. Can 964-7828. p.m. 13 CLERKTYPIST needed forbusy law firm. ( only) Smglewide, $21.95;
fenced. Corner lot Madison and Ep- 12SOLID Please apply at Job Services, Starke
Counties Can 9648961.BUYINGSELUNGTRADING for
PINE DAY BED: Mattress and Clay only.
person. Detached 24x30 block work- ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT:Second 964-8092. 15
shop. Many large oaks and pecan platform included. 8 Mos. Old. Can floor.Stove and refrlg. $45/Week. No : Baseball
trees. Shown by appointment .only. 782-3953. 12 pets. Call 064-8498. 13 football basketball cards and collect
282-2104. 16 OFFICE EQUIPMENT: FAX desks ibles.Bob Kerce Keystone 4737975. Great Buys!
chair, file
cabinets eta 064-4514. .t7


MISCELLANEOUS. ... tress.$150. Lift$100. 1430 E.Can SL
964-8634. 12 PowerGate Systems
GREEN PEANUTS: U-Pick. $18 bushel. Wroubel TimberWe
$300.00. You mow and seed. Cometo 18 HP 468-1829.RIDING MOWER 12 ;Gas weedeaterwith Illllu1lIUIIlIIIIlIl 1(904)( ) 462-5495 3 Year Limited Warranty
Buck's Catfish Farm East Mor-
on ,,
string and blade. 964-3078.
gan Road. 18 12USED =---
PIANO FOR SALE Good condlHon.
....... TO obnsIdet4"II"orwill\lo HUNT! ON YOUR LAND.&fOctrade.Will ,,I'j, $450..064-2640. : T'2 ,', -, I .EQBY S EE{ yard or on uncleared lots. ,

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Cflluorfx'mmblenBruosn ,, f iiIFD : '
N 18M '''''' uriT nn""n vdrivarmonitor.. printer and$350 soft1ware. Sou '14t.
BE A PARALEGAL: Accredited 1976. .$200 FIRM.Can 064-821 after ,< Ricky Wrdiibel

Attorney Instructed Home Study Rn. 7 p.m. 12 Large or Small Loads of LImerock Call Anytime 282-2431
Aid, Free Catalog SCI 1-800-669->> hard
2555. BLUE CHIP COMPUTER: 60 meg Tractor Work Backhoe. Bulldozer
disk, keyboard monitor and printer.
$9O<.Over$600 worth of software on

Classified Ads hard disk inc. Print WordPerfect Master plus PCTools.Quickens. several. '"964"'Q 1'8".N"964" .')5 823N: 'S..... 964.'.609;ot.; : ?t0 s r r .

others. Call 1 964-8212>> after 7 p.m. All -=
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864 N.Temple Ave., Starke 1;" 99 DOWN::r 4f 35PER; :WEEK .

SANTA FE HOMECARE Eves & Weekends:964-7578 '79 Toyota SR-5

4 Cyl. 5 Speed.. 3564 $895
Bradford Hospital BranchRN's Well Drilling '
78 Ford T-Bird

Join our highly successful, quality oriented Residential & Irrigation V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3572 695

team of professionals. Enjoy a competitive salary, '79 Pontiac Lemans 895

scheduling flexibility and an opportunity to provide J V6. AT. PS. PB. AC 4 Dr 3571

patient care services in your community. 3 yrs. Pump A'79 Cyl.AT.Mercury P3 PB. Capri $895

Med/Sur. or Critical Care nursing required. Homecare '

experience. preferred. Full time, part time position Sales & .l 'll OW' 4C'j/f d IR'W.EK:

./: 'available'lli-Fri.'yifotatingweekends. Salary Service On s '80 Dodge D-1OO Pick-Up $1295
9644061 V8. AT. Good Work Truck 3566
All Makes
$13.64'16,15/hr.los4nfarmation, call Marji Gibson, .
t1" Alachua General Hospital, 801 S.W. 2nd Ave., Lie 79 Chevy Suburban $1995
V8. AT. PS. PB. AC. Nice & Clean 3555
Gainesville. FL 32601. (904) 338-6750 collect. EOE.
j '79 Olds Delta 88 $2495

.- 1305WESTSTAB VS. AT. PS. PB. AC 3487 .
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Environmental '77 Lincoln Cont. .
Loaded. Extra Nice Car 3273 $2495

Upjohn I .
I[ '
I Pumping and Septic Service, Inc. "i$29'tDOWN, 5 $40PEn! 'WEEK

I Position Available. New Installations, Repairs, Restaurant Grease '83 Chevy Monte Carlo $

Salary +'Benefits. Traps Pumped, Residential Pump-Outs: V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3570 2895

. .,.,. Apply at: Healthcare Services State Ucns & Insured 9545008Bus. '83 Pl m. Tourismo 2695
4 Cyl. 4 Speed. Economy Car 35S9
Taco \4Bell hid!li l'dc.orQulIllIrU"Z3SOO11awaS1lm.p.o.IIJt! State Uc. '# -9"
/ MRDA mt State Auth. 039 7-90 538-3120 Mobil '84 Pontiac Grand Prix
808 S. Walnut St. $2995
: H V8.AT. PS. PB. AC 3436 I

: Starke, FL 32091AFFORDABLE II Therapy Services Offered- I '83 Pontiac Bonneville 2995

V8. AT. PS. PB. AC 3310

PHYSICAL THERAPY A heat pump e .: ft <. > > > ,,, ,, 0'. '" j..

I .Pre rsss In. imbulatkw fl ;. $499 i .OW <';r;,. WJ,t.$4CPE8)WE.EK

T.H.E.APARTMENTS Progress(ram water to cant will feel '82 Chev Cavalier

.. ''Gat. Paining.with varied Bs&k.. devices'Ensusiafsjafl. : anyone jji my QA; 4 Cyl.. AT. ps. PB. AC O35C8 3495

Implement/ therapeutic txereb: program '85 Ford Ranger $
Teach effective) transfer-, comfortablewith 4 Cyl. 4 Spd. Sharpmack 03542 349
922 E. Brownlee St. Prosthesis/ cam a gall trainingTsacNng i- '
Camp Blinding Rd. IBS a em M boxes: ,,spirts '. 83 Olds Cutlass Supreme$
Starke. FL 32091 I I and associated skin ears V6. AT. PS. PB. AC 3423

964-7133 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPYoHomomaker '83 Dodge Van

.6 & 3 BR. family oriented with. training ..- .ilsq tllefnMJL1200.iat pomp. ..... ....-. 6 Cyl. AT. PS. PB. AC #3484 3895

Jaundiy & large playground.FREE Sell care training ire bound to JIIWIde sl q-luiJn&&
JoW protection kettniif! camrirt -u.e the XX; .5 s ." .i "fJ,< I/EKt
Electricity flat .. i1e 1200 Vfetlhatna*bat fI'IIII1IlI..backed. .bjr orhutve nuuhdurer 10 jca
Rent 30%of your monthly Income Energy conservation: UmlteiWTmaljrMbothtbecBmpRssorsadcolLplusIjpcBmoapirta, Ani '86 Chev Cavalier '
lCyou qu.JiIy..lfyou Cognitive Retraining* .$I f f the unttls' super'blCl h cfltdeaqr WPS reduce jour cnofjr r uiafB tl im lent $4295
earn f3.35 per:hire.40 hn. a simpthlcatior'SPEECHTNERAPY 1.,;, Calf today far more detail sa cite XL 1200 heat pump. THnandnl: mflabk Sporty. One Owner 3574
week tit have 3 dependents. your .
rent would be abOut t112.month '83 Dodge D-1OO Pick-Up $

or month f3.73, for per move-In day for.Iter days the left In rst.oQuaI1JIed the. 'Spw*Compfaftn. fdaW t jtrakrjCn. ,enw.r COWARTAir Extra Nice Truck 3528_ 4495

I '. 10.00 cost can- be Aecepted..MoveIn aa Low owes. Ctafcg*ntf 4.=[ ntartv Conditioning Contractors Look'83 Buick& Rune Real $4295

,, .JiL= ,s.e.H:wlInfI For more MomaUon please call: ttses.Irss8rdforord CouatyacrdCJfud I .964-80 2 5'1 '84 Ford T-BIrd 4295

UbuQu ll\l soy-ssa- m1eco44&n53 smresmdla. aaontlM for ever IS :ymmn. Runs Nice. One Owner 3441

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Keystone': Area: :Ads ." : : : President of ABC Liquors To Pass Title.to Son .

FURNITURE SERVICES LAND'. John D. Holloway (Jack), the medical) and dental insurance programs of
to its employees. Most
BUNK IfDS-Very good condition. CARES IN REAl tSTATI-We Train. Watson NICELY SHADED-Lotw/MH hook-up, 3/4 78-year-old founder, president and ABCs managers have been promoted -
Guard for top and bottom bunk.II Interested Realty Corp. 473-4816 chgB/30 tin acre In Lake Geneva ((904)376-9938) Chairman of the Board of ABC Liquors up through the ranks. Total
call 473-1149. 4tchg9.13.10-4 Inc., announced recently that
1tpd9-Z7 GENERAL HOMI-Repalrs. plumbing t exceed $200
sales of ten
roofing, carpentry: heat a air cond., 100 PEJtCENT-Flnancedl 1.5 acres on he will pass the title of president to company
NOTICE painting doors, locks, sewers a paved road. Convenient to Melrose his son, John W Holloway. per year. who has beenan
drains. 4732577. 2tchg-9-13-20 and Keystone. MH okay. $8500. Only Jack Holloway opened the first John w. Holloway, since
CLASSIFIED NEED A CARPENTERf-Local carpenter $105 per month $500 down.4.75 acres ABC Liquor Store In 1936. The employee of the company
ADVERTISING should be submitted looking for part-time evening work. giant oaks, 19900. 1659.2269 O/B. Orlando-baaed company now he was 13, Is a 1978 graduate of the
the Lake of-
to Region Monitor Florida in Tam-
Resldentol or commercial. Private 3tchg9-30-37-IO/4 operates 206 package stores, of University of South
llco In and In advance
writing paid :
unless credit I I. established owners or constructor's odds a end. which 82 have lounges. Of the pa. He received a bachelor's degreeIn
with this office.MONITOR already ..73-7883.2tpd9.13.20 FOUND' 1 lounges, 33 are currently promotedas theatre arts, specializing In
BILLS LAWN lighting design. It was also at USF
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD SERVICE-MowIng raking J.d. penguin's "The coolest placein
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN edging. Call 473-0165. 4tpd9-20-11-25 SET OF KEYS-One I.a Datsun key. Foundon town I I" The company Is currently that the younger Holloway realized
EXCELLENT CARI-lor the andorhousecleanlng. marketing was as much an art formas
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER elderly Highway 100. In Keystone Call going through an expansion program
THE TELEPHONE. Rels. 4733723. 473-3310. in Florida. In March of 1800, theatre.Utilizing this backgroundhe
Classified d.adlln.li IliOOa.m.: Tu..- 3tchg9-20-27 GOLD CHAIN-Coll to Identify. 473-0787 ABC Liquors, Inc. purchased the implemented the J.d. penguin'sconcept
day prior to Thursday's publication. ELICTRICAL-Servlces, odd lobs: excellent after 6 p.m. Hr9.20HIMALAYANCot 36-store liquor store chain, Jax Liquors -. : which has not only turned
Minimum charge It$3.50 for 15 word, work at reasonable prices. found male. Needs for $33 million. ABC now around ABC's once declining lounge
then 15 rant for each additional word. 4739157.4tchg9271018GOLD good home. 4733193. tfr9-20 John W.Holloway employs over 2,200 people, has an. business, but has also helped to im-
If bill or. mailed out, there will be a CREDIT-CARD-Cash Advance pro. President employee stock ownership, profit prove the overall image of the com-
Visa/Mastercard Guaranteed.No
$3.00 billing charge. gram. ABC Uquori.Inc.; sharing pany.
CARS mator
Mailing adds-...: P.O. Box 1171, security deposit. 1-900-44641040.
$25 f...
Fl 32656
Keystone Ht. 19B7
CHIVY S-10-4-WD. new topper and
SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: tires, 40.000 ml..... $8300. '...731621.2tchg9.20.27 ) WE BUY & SELL
FOR SALE.. Septic lank pumpouts at reasonablepnces.elsodralnlinerepalrc.Starte.
". MIRCURY-Cougor. Bad _glne. Excellent USEDFURNITURE
SATELLITE SYSTEM-ropout. i todlvorc. 964-8121. TFN 17 body and transmission. $200 c +
.. Still und.r warranty. Nothing FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR obo. 473.2838ltchg9.27 otl u
down. $39/mo. 12721031. DRAOGIN.HOUSE OUT OF
4tchg96.27SATELLITE LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Servicefor
SYSTEM-like new 6 mo. old all your foundation repairs. 473- YARD SALES I
with crambter.' Nothing down. 7721. TFN 17 B&B When a fiddler crab's front claw breaks off in a fight a small claw growsIn
$49/mo. 1.272.1018 4lchg9/6-27 FINAL MOVINO-Salel) Railroad ties, furniture Its place. The other front claw grows to be a big.one.
LARCE-Poddle Boat. $300. 4731028. HOMES FOR SALE dishes, clothes, microwave, USED
etc. Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 9p.m.
., 7236 Gasllne Road. 473-2951 FURNITURE
PARAGON KILN-Ued very little. $250. NEW 3BR/2BA-Wllh patio and fireplaceon
4734764. Upd9-27 paved road In city limit. Vaulted YARDSAll-Furnlture, miscellaneous. 964.5190
Cf REFRIGERATOR-work good $75. celling $59,900. Royal Builders, Grove Street. Saturday 9am. to 4 p.m. tQ) (ST
Sear K.nmor. electric range $75. 473-4385 or 4732838. 4tchg9-13-10-4 BARBII DOLLS-Tovs.. clothes, misc. Fri Q
475-1067. Itpd BY OWNER-5BR/2BA on Spring Lake day and Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 'Rp
wrap-around deck, waterfront. Bird Avenue across from football FANCY THAT C.-/ ty
FOR RENT 74500. 473-0249 or 349-1805 K/.mess. field. 1tchg9-27
2tchg 9-20-27 D @nD.l&fS
LAKE ACCESS-2 or 3BR mobile home.. UNFINISHED.Florida cracker cabin on 9 HELP WANTED 0AMi\MA
$145/$1S5 per month. Lake Geneva acre. with well septic and some apply -
Rental. 4737566. 6mopd7-90-1-91 -*.>.. $20,000. WOODLAND DRIVE- HAIRSTYLIST-For full service salon InKeystone 1991 CALENDARSPromote
MOBILE HOME-2BR or 3BR SU5/S153 per !ome, family room with wood- Heights. Flexible' hours.
momth. Lak. occo*. Lake Geneva burning stove, CHSA, fenced Please call 473-0397, Tuesday- business with Custom
Rental 473-7566. 6mopdtol2-27 backyard, large utility room. $57,000 Saturday Ask for Diane. 2tchg9-20-27 your
30 FT. CAMPER-Single. preferred. A/C R. T. IOVORN, Realtor. 473-3254. SOMEONE TO CARE FOR INVALID Calendars.
cable, full bath ref. Everything lurn. 1tchg9.27 LADY In her home.Two day.week.. Availablecall
except cooking go*. $60/wk. $50/dep. NEW BRICK-Home 3BR/2BA. spilt plan, Including overnight 473-4875. Many Styles
4732667. ltchg-9-27 oak cabinets, fireplace, cathedral cell- a 964-3333
NICELY SHADED-3/4. lot MH hook Ing., Extra nice. $88,000. 473-9336 or One
Stop Shopping for your Advertising Specialties
up In Lake Geneva (9043765938.) 473-0340.
4tch9-27.10-4-1t and Promotional Materials.

SW MOBILEHOME-2BR/lViBA, CH/A, 3 BR 1 BA LAKE HOME. $375/Mo.; 2 v 6 w Oov Located at the recently renovated, former StarliteMotel'
1/ mile from redllght In KH. l.t mo. BR 1 BA Mobile Home on 1 acre I ..
rent plus ec. depoiit. 4734475. $285/Mo.;2 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home A favorite fruit there.When fe.. 4 miles north of Starke on US 301 A

2tpd9-27-10-4 __. $320/Mo. Call Century 21 Showcase the Berlin Wall was opened up,
WHY RENT?? HOMES FOR $1.001 16 Properties, Inc. 473-4903. the fresh fruit most East Ger-

Repos. Gov't give away programs.For mans asked for the
Mouse's voice was sweet
Mickey was originally
ext information R-9579 call 13 504-649-0670, that of Wart Disney, himself. yellow bananal! City of Jacksonville Surplus Auction

1096 N. McDuff Ave., Jax., Fla.


UnionCounty Inspection:.10:00 a.m. to 4:00
man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 24 football, basketball cards and: Baseball collect- $3.80.t\our.. Duties:provide nutrition Tuesday, October 2,1990
Inch water wells. Pumps- sales, service home maintenance and supporting
ibles.Bob Kerns Keystone 473-7975.
Installation septic tanks, lilt 17 services: to Individuals 60+ years. of
stationsNew Installation drainlleldrepairs. age. Assist clients with light house-
Contact Bryan (Skeeter) HELP WANTEDWORK keeping and laundry. Provide com- 150 Autos, Trucks, P-U's, Vans
Jon..275.2004- Jones- 275-3716. panionship.' Qualifications Good (7) Garbage Trucks Backhoes
Ads Alter 6 p.m.State licensedAll workguarent.ed. physical and mental health. Understanding -
-free estimates. 1/25Stpd. FROM HOMI $60 per 100 prepar. ol basic homemaklng and Cranes ((5)) Front Loaders Radios
2/22 then IfnCHILDCARIIN Ing mall. Information send .tamp addressed related skills.Ability to work with persons -
MY HOME for more Information stamp to K.S. Enterprises I'.0, 60+ years of age..Valid Florida ,. ". ,,...Computers Desks Chairs .

.. ....., ........". .. Janice Noegel' "' --). 496.3923.E Box 5157-XXW Hillside NJ 07205. Stpd. driven neans ,vahicieinturanoaand .. W'" ...A ..... .Tele vis Ions ((500)) TiresMcDougalls
2tchrg. 9/20 9/27.: 8/30. V27. mustbdYf)4ktohtof Ihe'SRCSarVdice ( ;. r : '.... .v* .. .:. ,
area. Submit resume to: Sowsn-
FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY:Small and large tracts nee River Economic Council Inc.,
of timber. Pine, cypress and hard P.O. Box 70. Live Oak FL 32060. Auction Co.
ask for AB17
wood. Dollar! 496-1491.
for submission ol
REPAIR SERVICE. Buy torn. ..UlOma. Torn11 10/02/90 at 4:30: p.m. 15
trod some, fix torn. 496-3090. 4tpd.
../12./::: then TFN. WHEELS
E-Z 1-904-786-8989
TRAILER HITCH for full sine truck. Call
964-8791, oik Jason. TFN.
1320 N. Temple Avenue Starke

YARD SALE Q64-7783=::> ..

LOTS OF GOODIES 1 mad. ill.cost lion
wood burning heater large dresser,
small air conditioner 2 lawn mowers >i" '' ", ,". .t;,1h.: ,,,,*,. ELECT
Sept 29.30, 3 1/2 mllai north of Lak. 'B" < P3 '

Butler on. Hwy. 121. 496-3184, Pearl .:i\.t: Uyete' : $ ", :<.:: o' \.;" .,....,,'.,,,_ I I
Hartt. tchrg. 9/27 : f .> :. 'iiit.t. 1
.,. W" : .' naDCe.t .
CARS AND TRUCKS .... '''t.'';:> ... '\>.,. .' .. . ANDERSON

1967 FORD BRONCO Call alter 9 p.m.
496-2753. 1", d. 9/27 ,
HUNTERS SPECIAL 1973 Trophy 23 Ft. .
Camp. Trailer. Very good condition Firewood 4 Sale I
$2500 negotiable. Lot's of extra's. County Commissioner r 1 : Y r 5
Term available. 431-1714, after ,. .f
2tpd. 9/27 104.MOBILE. ,
United Methodist Church
Keystone .

HOMES District 4 4'V'H"

FOR SALE Seasoned Oak firewood, 473-2386

READY TO MOVE INI 3 BR 2 BA OW. any length. Pick-up load of

central H&A. located on 1 acre with delivered and stacked. t .
pump, well shed. S2S.SOO. 496-3196. 473-3829 < \} }-""'''':' 'ff fJ1t'-1.;; % > .
>> "" >"' '
,< t .W< 'Y, : ;' Ii"" :
1991 2tpd.FLEETWOOD 9/20 9/27. 3BR 2BA. 24X64. anV :-\'ofyaut: :; shQwed i k your, ,: (
shingle' roof wood siding, fireplace, Yt; <*i ;- < : 'i1 "1.'H'H ) ", '"

I sliding doors, deluxe carpet, glamourbath <,r'. onfidence" im; 4u ,ug; }lheh; ;irsis if
for only $299 month. No money ,.<',t:: ; E >{ :%< rs3#<""".0;
down to landowners or trade-In Call .5o when: me., }
.fA youzvofecLfor
,{ uarnary ,
SUPER 755-5207.SAVER Itchrg.PLAN 9/27.for a limited time 1Wr ;%,/ sp'''<'''' ,'';';<',' : w.,4 i1<'''' ><<>,, ,( ;... ., "' <<., ".IA'"':.',.,!' ",-"k',. ;,<,,",",.''ti'I'*'' I

only. Purchase a 1991 Fleetwood. 2 BR,

loaded set-up with with air only condition$1200 deliveredand down, at18month sw After visiting with many of you, I believe I

$ for only 6 yrtl Save COUPON
$6586111 Call Steve Smith-at understand and
904-753-1452. your concerns they are my

lap-sldlng, deluxe carpet, sliding glass concerns also. Together we will work on,

and door delivered.fireplace$0, air down condition to landowners set-up & the 911 Enhancement; grants to assist the

trade-Ins. $245/month. Call FR
755-5207. ACC ECfC GENERAL REPAIR various areas of ,financial needs and

FOR RENT Natlaorlan y e Next to starke ,Radiator, programs; and find out where your'; tax

RENT$200 OR monthly RENT TO Security PURCHASE Deposit$160 .to. dollars are. going, how they can best be

quired.$ Itpd.Sid's 9/27.Mobile TFN.Home Park b.hlndit spent for the betterment and continually

WHY RENT?? HOMES FOR $1.001 .Bradford County and above all
Repos. Gov't give away programs. growing ,
For Information call 604449-0670,
ext. R-9579. 13 will stress fiscal responsibility.

ADVERTISING should be tub- $:1E:995: clean filter adjust bands, ,
U n check vacuum, check
mined hi to writing the Union and County paid In Times advance office UJoints. check CV joints,. '. Vote Anderson on Tuesday October 2,1990 .
unless. credit Is already established check and adjust linkage ,

THE with RESPONSIBLE TIMES this office.STAFF, FOB CANNOT MISTAKES M MaO 1 IN 64-6810 road test for performance. Because Vote for Anderson is for You to

THI TEUPMONE.Clossllled a have a Vote on the i
5 Commission.Paid
deadline I. MONDAY
: P.M., prior to Thursday publication. ; '(litl) F i j COUPON Political Ad. DempcratI :
Minimum charge" 19 wards for$3.50 y r
I : i' men 15 cent for each word thereafter. EN M s '_ to taw r 's tas .E
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Bradford rniinfv! ''Ifaiffto Court Finals Sent. 11 .

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"T a.UUVl7n cawsThe JU '
Hunt Roberts charged! with speeding; JoxeT Vuncko pled no contest Rebecca McClure charged with issuing underage
following 'defendants appeared peed; attend defensive driving school. wilful-wanton reckless driving; fined worthless check; dismissed, for 60 days person, dismissed.Misdemeanor; court. probation
before Judge George ft. driving Robert Rodriguez pled ;guilty $437.90, community work, Tri paid $50 administrative costa.
Pierce In Bradford County Traffic Marion ; $52 court costa. County Probation six months,attend Bobbie Sue Alldredge pled no con- Court
Court Sept, II Where their cases test leaving : ; Dogan Lewis Smith pled guilty ,DUI school test sale of alcoholic beverage to Change of Plea
received final disposition.Ted will ; fined $700, license suspended Dunks charged. with DUI; underage person; court probation Nathan T. Branch pled no contest
McKenna months, attend advanced DUI dismissed. for 60 days, dismissed. possession of drug
Curtis Jr: pled guilty viola- driving; Tri County Probation one. William Charles' Miller pled no Pamela D. Chandler pled guilty fined $120.25, under Tri paraphernalia County Probation ;
tion of probation driving while sive driving contest fleeing or eluding police of sale of alcoholic beverage' to 60 davs.
license suspended (DWLS); Tri Scott Smith pled 'not guilt/ 'wilful nee; 30 days in Jail, $52 court coats,
County Probation is to modify probation contest : reckless driving; dismissed. Tri County Probation six months. -
for weekly payment. lane; $52 John Michael Tyler pled no eon Miller pled no contest DWLS; eoricurrent FOREMOST nS PRIcE WISE
Dana Lee Geiger pled guilty County no motorcycle license; $52 court. with above case. Sate
DWLS; ordered to pay $S2 court. Clifford Miller, charged with fleeing or Liquor Stores
costs. test fleeing Tyler pled no contest Improper eluding police officer and DWLS; combine to bring Start
Renee Eugenia Goodall pled no SO hours of tag; dismissed.Dennis 'dismissed. you
contest no valid drivers license to visit one Prank Wlldner charged Miller pled no contest wilful- LOWER PRICES 927i
(NVDL): presented valid license, been an DWLS; presented valid license,. wanton reckless driving;.30 days in
ordered to pay $120.25 court costs. Probation court costa, dismissed. jail with credit for 30 days time servo '
Jimmy' Lee Green pled guilty why should Nathan T. Branch pled no contest ed, $52 court costs; i p-JOUSE i -' 'SPECIALS'tHiS:
DWLS; fined $120.25 under Tri and ; presented valid license, fin Joseph Brian Stafford pled no contest 3 g.iE
County Probation one month. ter olshould $120.25, under Tri County Probate DWLS; 15 days in jail with 756:' TANQUERAY :f ; '
Green guilty improper tag; not fiO days. credit |or time served, 33 days in GIN" : >{, ;': y2.Si9. !,
not be Branch charged with maintaining Putnam House,.court probation 60 150;; ; CANADIAN LORD CALVERT ; -<'} 61' '
Morris Holllngsworth pled no con- miss any path.'v to. possess. .marijuana; days. LTR :SEAGRAM'S "7" CROWN 9
test no valid registration; $52 court day.Moore Thomas Edward St.Peirre pled no ,750SEAGRAM'S"CROWN; : { < : 9i
costs. Stephen Lane.Thornton'pled no contest DUI; fined $437.50, license ROYAL, -v,', '. 13:
John Alan Holtzendorf pled no contest unlawful DUI; fined $1.750, license suspended six months.50 hours community 1'*75z;SEAGRAM'S EXTRA'ORY,,GIN -/ :;{, 3W;
driving under the influence secutive ended permanently, 15 work, attend! DUI school 175?# BACARDI SILVER ;
(DUI); fined$$700.license suspended Karlos in Jail (JO days), attend under Tri County Probation one 7 ,:<1' lS 99}
five years, attend advanced DUI expired tag, ; DUI school, under Tri year. 2; JOSE CUERVO( TEQUILA, GOLD i r4
school, under Tri County Probation Moss pled ; Probation 18 months.
one year. $120.23. Thornton charged with possession ArraignmentJerry

Donald Coye Hunt,Jr. pled no contest Robert alcohol by minor, expired tag Glen Ingram pled not
guilty 301
violation of driver license test DWLS; than four months, improper fishing without a license presented LIQUORS & LOUNGE
restrictions: $52 court costa. __ $52 court ; dismissed. valid license state will dismiss.
T 2309 N. Temple Avo. 1 Mile N. of Starke

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Library has many resource
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National Stamp Collecting Month
Plan -It for the. Planet (Energy '
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Graveyard for Lunatics by Ray

Brady HammerheadMsbyy Dale
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Vehicle Inspections

Bradford CountyThe

Florida Highway Patrol will I
be conducting driver license and r ,
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- r,rj.. c}
ing the week of Sept.28 through Oct. 4
4 on SR-21, SR-100. SR-230. SR-18 i; :
SR-16, CR-1S, CR-18, CR-21B,
CR-225 'CR-125, CR-229 CR-231, 'a +,
CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and. CR-100A + '
In Bradford County.Recognizing +
the danger presentedto :. ah
the public by defective vehicle
equipment will concentrate
orts own
their vehicles being
operated with defects such as bad 2 "
brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment..In addition, at- ';', 1wy
'.tentlon will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license +
auk ,
,\"Jawa-oIFiorida: . E -' ,
,: .:.The )Patrol has found these check E
point to be an.effect3'leJDNJII of en-' '
forcing the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while Insuring ,
the protection of all motorists. r1 4 : N ..

Union CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license:and,
: inspe t10n .kPointS ,
thee wee of Sept.28 through :' '
'4 in SR-IOO. SR-12lj'SR-23I'SR-241, -$' 3 ti' M I 'at' s
SR-238., CR-18 :CR-237-CR-229". < 9
CR-125, CR-231A.. CR?M'and. CR-. .
796A in Union County.Safety .,

Road Checks ,
Set For Hampton AreaHampton

Chief 01 Polite will be
conducting vehicle safety '1nspec-, .-1 a
with driver September oon .
during the month 01 J :
CR-ta. CR-221'and CR-325. : :
Chief John Hodges' feela u-e.
checkpoints will \\Ie an effective'means "..
: of enforcing the :eauip meat
and driver license lawn w '. .
while insuring the

motorists. ., '. .j' fI4jj F

500.REWARD ..

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How We Know The Water Is LowA Melrose Arts and Crafts Fest.

Set for Saturday October 6
monthly hydrologic conditions Slightly below normal in July but Surface Water...
report-telling the extent of low or were significantly below normal in Surfacewater levels were below Melrose will its 18th annual present and former exhibitors and
high water levels- from The bulk of the district sponsor
the Suwan- August.
PTO members. Jackie Hubner of
for his time of year. River Arts and Crafts Festival,Satur-
nee River Water Management received between four and seven Inches levels Keystone Heights is in charge of
the Suwannee'Rivec and its day, October 6, with something for
District is compiled from a numberof in August averaging 4.54 in
tributaries are within inches of be- everyone.From gospel singing to a
monitoring networks around the chest inches.August 3.11 inches below the normal of ing at historic all time lows. The karate demostration; from
district. .
7.65 EllavUle, Luraville and Branford wiregrass basket weaving to pain-
Rainfall data Is reported from 69 groundwater levels were
river level stations on the Suwannee ting china.
stations in and around the low in all the district except the
11 county River have the
set lowest The
August 10 a.m.10 4 p.m. "Let the good Agenda...
district. Groundwater Steinhatchee River Basin in the
levels are << levels recorded. times roll" festival will be held on ,1
measured at 71 wells. River levels three corners area of Taylor, Dixie The Steinhatchee River is about the school grounds, at the intersection
are read at 30 stations from eight and Lafayette counties. one foot above its record lows for of SR 21 and 26, on the east side 10:00 a.m., Revelations..gospelsingers.
rivers and lake level information is Record low levels now include all historic and August records. The of town. .
read of Baker Union Bradford and Columbia 10:30 Wire basket
at 20 lakes. a.m.
Fenholloway River is 3'8" above its Henry DeLoach will be DJ and
The counties, most of Hamiltonand demonstration Boone.
district also receives water by Margaret
historic low. The Aucilla River'shistoric master of ceremonies for the enter-
usage information from 36 industrial parts of Suwannee and Alachua 11:00: a.m., Gainesville Suzuki
low is when it is dry. It isn'tdry tainment and art demonstrationseach
and municipal sources. counties. but the latest recording set a half hour, while an estimated Players.
Because levels in Groundwater levels are still below 11:30 China
groundwater record for August. 150 arts and crafts exhibitors a.m., painting by
most of the SRWMD are below the the 10th percentile in Jefferson, Lake levels in the district have .,. .. their wares. display Ruth Johnson.
10th percentile the Modified Phase II Madison Hamilton, Lafayette continued to recede lake levels for .': ', ', The Melrose Cluster Girl Scout 12:00: p.m., UF Theater Strike
groundwater shortage advisory, Suwannee, Gllchrilst Levy and Townsend Pond and Ocean Pond set 0\-.1). Troops will have hands-on activitiesand Force skits.
which has been in effect June Alachua counties. 12:30 Tole and decorative
since record lows last month. .:.: '. face painting for children, and p.m.
1989, has been continued. This advisory McClain.
a the painting by
.aA PTO will offer selectionof
allows district staff to impose ., fast foods a large .1:00: p.m., Melrose School Chorus
,drinks and a bake sale.
mandatory water restrictions in- Now Without Parking will be available in the and Orff Instrument Ensemble.
Open AppointmentThe ;:: ..
dividually when there is reasonable '. athletic field behind the gym or in '1:30 p.m., Hand made paper
evidence that a water use or Santa Fe Community College groups often arrange tours,said zoo the historic downtown area. demostration by Peg O'Brien.
withdrawal is couslng harm to an Teaching Zoo will l for the first time director Jack Brown. Wear your walking shoes... The 2:00: p.m., David Hood, soloist.
adjacent legal user. be open to the public without an ap- "We've wanted to open the zoo to exhibits will be spread out over the '2:30: p.m., Fabric necklace by
The 10th percentile means that 10 pintment on weekends beginning the public like this for a long time," entire school grounds. Sunny Corr.
percent or less of the records Saturday (Sept. 22). Brown said. "It's been very popularat Ring bound cookbooks will be 3.00: p.m., Keystone Karate
reported for each well measured Open visitation hours are 9 a.m.to our open houses, and-the school ,. available featuring recipes from school demonstration.
have been lower.Groundwater. 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. children who come here on tours ---- -- .- r r.
Admission is free. always love the animals.
... Except at biannual open houses, "Now we have the staff to open the Hand Made Paper... "IoOkC U KE I7'S
Residents of the district get mostof the zoo had been open only to guided zoo for people who Just want to visit Melrose resident O'Brien JUST MOO ANO Mes
their water for everyday and com tours by appointment. The zoo will l on a weekend." Brown said. Peg eTtaRr. "
shows her hand made from u
mercial use from an aquifer which is continue to offer guided tours by ap- The zoo houses endangered birds, which she paper She
part of the groundwater system.In pointment on weekdays and wild cats, reptiles and mammals will demonstrate creates her art handiwork objects.during
July and August groundwater weekends. from Africa,Asia and the Americas.For
the Melrose
Arts and Crafts
levels continued to fall throughoutthe Classes of children from Alachua information call the SFCC
Festival, Oct. 6, at 1:30
district rainfall amounts.- were. County public schools-. _-and civic teaching zoo at 3955604. p.m. Saturday Eagles usually keep the same mates for life.

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