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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Only spotty and brief showers are expected; through the weekend,
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Temperatures will 90s In daytime and 70s at night. s.min.r . . I" 'I b
Tides this weekend atithen5t. Mad Up . 6B f. V ,.' :"''J" The Sweetest Strawberries This Side .eaven
Augustine beaches will be low at I'; "
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11:00: am. Thursday, 12:01: pm.Friday. 12:59: pm. Saturday and 1:55: Ad.. . . . I-10B 110tn Year STAKKE. KLUIUOA 25 Cents Copy
pm. Sunday. 2nd Issue Thursday.July 27. 19H1! USPS Ofi2-70O

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Worth Gas Prices Continue to Edge Downward in Starke il


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The mini war on gas prices still "Even though we are seeing cents during their grand openingthis cents at LI'l Champ. Premium ed, (again priced below unieaaed,
L NotingUCAP rages in Starke, but is not decreases during a period where increases past weekend. Monday the grades are$1.099 at Pep-O and$1.119at $1.099 for super regular leaded and
widespread. Prices in surrounding normally occur prices are prices at Coastal were back to 87.9 Mobil. The Lit Champ stores offerno $1.199 for premium.Both .
communities have remained in line still higher than they have been for cents regular 97.9 cents unleadedand premium grade. Amoco and Exxon offer no
Meeting... with state trends. Prices in Lawtey, several years," according to Randy $107.9 premium,and Wednesday The Tenneco station on US-301 of- leaded gasoline. Amoco, at Walnut
Further discussion of documentation Lake Butler and Waldo do not reflect Bly, AAA spokesman. (yesterday) were reduced again to fers both leaded and unleaded and US-301 has 87 octane (regular
the almost daily fluctuations seen in 85.9 cents regular 93.9 cents regular at 95.9 cents. There unleaded) at 95.9 cents while Exxon,
of flaws in the siting ofa
hazardous waste treatment process Starke. Lowest prices recorded in Floridaas unleaded and $103.9 premium. premium is $1.139. across from Community State Bankon
plantin
Union will be of early July were at Pompano Other prices posted this week in The Handi-Way on SR-16 west has US-301 99.9 cents. Plus unleaded -
the UCAP County meeting in presentedat the Union The average gasoline prices in the Beach, where self-service unleadedwas Starke, showed regular unleaded regular leaded at 95.9 cents but ((89 octane) is priced at $1.029 at
County courthouse at 7:30 state of Florida have declined the $1.029 per gallon. The highest priced below leaded at four outlets unleaded is 97.fl cents and premiumis Exxon and $1.119 at Amoco.
Monday, July 31. : p.m. past two months and now stand at price recorded was in Venice where Mobil. Pep-O. '.i'l Champ and Shell. $1.079. Premium at Exxon is $1.129 and at
Gulf at SR-100 is 99.9 cents for Amoco is $1.219.
All interested are urgedto $1.07 for regular unleaded, $1.14 for full-service premium unleaded was
attend. persons mid-grade unleaded and $1.24 for $ r gallon. Prices for regular unleaded were regular, $1.09.9 for unleaded and
premium unleaded,according to the Star prices this week are the same at all three 95.9 cents. $1.239 for premium. Across the In- All prices quoted in this article are
Fuel Guage Report compiled by the somewhat lower, the Coastal station Unleaded was priced at 89.9 cents at tersection at the Shell station,posted for self service pumps, and full ser-
Open House... AAA Clubs of Florida for July. advertising regular leaded at 85.9 both Mobil and Pep-O but was 87.9 prices are R9.9 cents regular unlead-_ vice prices are substantially higher.

The Bradford County Jail will -
have an open house Friday: July 28
from 2 to 6 p.m. to show visitors its
newly completed addition. SchoolBudget


Library Program...

The Summer Reading Program
finale will be Tuesday Aug. 1.

i uesoay a program will begin at
10 a.m. and will be open to all
children from 3 to 12 and will
feature two separate pinatas to en-

sure fun.Come that everyone gets into the OK'edContains

join the fun that's waiting
at your public library. For more information -
call 9646400. 1.5 Mill

Tax IncreaseA
Pop Warner... ,dry Property

Sign-ups for Pop Warner football record $16,878,611 budget was
and car washes are set July 15 and lybaYL tentatively approved for adoption

July 29 at the Community State Monday night, July 24, by the Brad
Bank parking lot, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ford County School Board.
A sign-up only is set July 22 at The new budget contains an 8.162
the Deerfoot Village parking lot, 10 mill property tax levy, 5.943 re-
a.m. to 3 p.m. quired by law to participate in the
Pop Warner practice begins the ::: Florida Education Finance Program

first week of August.Appreciation LIIiiiiIsiti:: : : .; .-. -- -' V .: system provides with $12,217,569 the Bradford about school three- u"

Banquet... fourths of the budget. The budget
also contains .719 in discretionary
The Community Outreach millage plus 1.5 mills of capital
Volunteer Program (COVP) will outlay items, including asbestos
host an appreciation banquet for removal, four new school buses, and
Elizabeth Walker, career educatorand various construction projects.The .
active worker in youth ac- ...lrsfrr additional 1.5 mills, levied for
tivities Saturday Aug. 12, at 7:30: one year, will cost a taxpayer $1.50
for every $1,000 of assessed evaluation
p.m.The banquet will be held at the abpoe the $25,000 homestead ex
Starke Women's Club. Tickets will emption. For example a property
be a donation of $10 benefitting assessed at $50,000, less the $25,000
COVP.= Contact Vernon Barber or homestead exemption, will pay
Geraldine Kelley.Majorette taxes on $25,000, which would cost
that taxpayer 1.5 times 25 or $37.50.
An asessment of $100,000, less
Clinic... $25,000 homestead exemption would

A Bradford majorette clinic will mean an additional cost of $112.50
be held at the BHS bandroom from (75 times 1.5))
July 31 through Aug. 4 from 11 a.m. The new school budget and tax In-
to 2 p.m. The clinic is open to all crease are advertised in this editionof
ages. Bring a lunch. The Telegraph. A public hearingon
the proposed tentative budget is

Class of '79... Brooklyn Bay Beach... set for 7 p.m. Monday,July 31, in the
the east side of the Lake Area rainfall is 17 inches below normal for the past year i according to administration building on N. Temple
The Class of'79 is having its 10 High and dry. this dock on Brooklyn Bay.on Some the Suwannee River Water Management District. The worst drought In Ave. in Starke.
has down. areas
Is evidence of how the water gone
year class reunion August 19, 1989. Brooklyn bridge. west from the bridge, are so the past was In the late 1950's with other smaller droughts in 1977.'81.and Bradford schools receive
For information call 431-1005, of shallow the big part can of walk Lake almost Brooklyn all the looking way across It, one resident said. '85, according to SRWMD. Ground water levels are at a record low In $1,362,794 in district (county) taxes

282-8743 or 3380808. They are try Lack of one rainfall Is the main problem, Ernest Frey said, assistant depuNorth Florida. Unless a storm system develops, no major( changes are ex- of the $16.8 budget. The rest is state
ing to contact everyone please let director of the NE-FL District of the Department of Environmental pected until this winter the SRWMD said. and federal funds.
them know where are. ty
you The budget contains five percent
Regulation.: ply increases for administratorsand

Cancer Society... Low LevelsResidents other non-instructional =

The Bradford County Chapter of Lake Residents Want Fix for just employees.beginning Teacher and teacher bargaining raises is

the needs American several Cancer thousand Society dollars still to of southwest Lake Geneva and Lake Brooklyn got a lengthy the residents, for lack of permits from DER. Plus, the county must have Teachers have not however yet been are determined.expected to

fulfill its quota. Checks can be hearing and promises to investigate two dredge and fill projects from officials easements from property owners to do work on their land. receive salary raises higher than 5
mailed to American Cancer Society From the Department of Environmental Regulation (DER) and the percent.Individual.

1199 Bessent Rd, Starke, FL St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) Friday July 21. Lake Geneva Project... school or cost center
32091. DER has stopped work on the dredge and fill projects on Lake Geneva side of Lake budgets are about the same as
and Lake Brooklyn because of low water levels in the two lakes. Describing the canal to be dug out on the southwest reported last week. Additional
Reward Fund... Residents of both lakes said they thought they had permission to do the Geneva DER's Jeremy Tyler, program manger of dredge feet and fill"sounded operations money, as principals asked, has
work. Other residents oppose the work and called in DER and the said the request to deepen the canal by two been added for supplies textbooks
The of
family Renaud "
Meghan SJRWMD. Now, the residents want one agency or the other to handle the reasonable. media services maintenance, andfor
the 12-year-old girl who was found who misrepresented what they
"Unfortunately, the people applied outstanding orders, according
problems.Some purchase
dead in a wooded area near herfamily's southwest Lake Geneva residents were cut off from the main lake were doing," said Tyler. The landowners who applied do not live adjacentto to Finance Officer Jean
Deer Foot Trail Home when water became too low and exposed a sand bar. Some residents the project as required Tyler said in answer to a question by Lake Chitty, who handed the school board
March 23, 1989, is asking for dona- dredged a canal for access to the main Lake Geneva. Lake Brooklyn Geneva resident Larry Chesser. Tyler said a previous application for an the balanced budgets without the
tions for the establishment of a residents cleaned and deepened the now dry Alligator Canal, between exemption from DER jurisdiction required no permit. board even having to meet to decide
reward fund. The reward, when answering Chesser said he'd be the
Magnolia Lake and Lake Brooklyn.The DER Asst. Deputy Director Frey where to cut.
established, will be offered for any hearing in the city hall at Keystone Heights was attended by Ernest first to admit that mistakes had been made in the permitting process. Some duplicate entries were foundin
information leading to the arrest director Tyler, managerof Frey said a permit should be secured, even for an exemption.Dick the
Frey, DER assistant deputy ; Jeremy program asked the budget to help out on $1
and conviction of her killer. Please dredge and fill operations for DER; and Barbara Vergara director of Jones, who said he's an attorney for some of the residents, million which had to be cut.
send any contributions to the fundto water resources for SJRWMD. The meeting was chaired by Clay County if an application is not approved, does the applicant have to refill. Yes, Supt. Jim Duncan told the board
Florida National Bank of Starke. to to court or the :state:; could
Commissioner James Jett from Middleburg. Frey said. The options are, Frey said go there is $620,000 in the fund balance.
All contributions should be made The DER and SJRWMD officials had not visited the project sites as of refill what had been dredged up and bill the applicant for the work. Atty. But a slight miscalculation in the
payable to the Meghan Renaud Monday, July 24. Jones asked, is there another hearing. Yes, Frey said. Jett asked, is therea count of fulltime equivalent (FTE)

Reward Fund.Upcoming.. Calling it a "quite emotional" issue, Chairman Jett appealed to the 45 fee. None I is_ required, Frey said. students could take half of that,Duncan
residents to stick to the facts at the July 21 meeting.Jett pointed out.
... said Clay County would do the work if it can,but is tied up just like (see Lake Levels Low..p.2A>


coming The Public Starke weeks meetings Zoning are:scheduled Board will in the County Budget Remains $2.7 Million Out of Balance I

City meet Hall.July 27 at 7 p.m. in the Starke

would be good place to cut. ty financial adviser Pat Farnsworthtold
requested.This a
The Chamber of Commerce best from the four originally
The County Commission, originally "We can't tell from here the
will meet for about $77,000 sav- The solid waste budget reduction the board.
July
Board of Governors accounts
faced with a $3.1 million budget to cut the commissioners
places the Brad- Work the Forsythe Road paving
in on
reflects closing
delay
at the Santa Fe Com- Additional reductions were a
27 at noon deficit is for all Monday, ings.
asking department said at a budget workshop been becauseno
has suspended
landfill for
ford County one more project
Center. to not replace anyautomobiles
Andrews made in
munity College planning
heads and constitutional officers to July 24. "The department heads can
funds available to completethe
The landfill in are
next new tri-county
31 at 7:30 in the department
UCAP will meet July year.
cut
review their budgets, remove the 4 better determine where they can
will not be opened until job.
p.m. at the Union County cour- percent raises for employees, and some fat." year, and including a $19,000 pay- Union County
of for the end of 1990, the beginning of
thouse. come up with a 10 percent minimum Already cut from the budget is ment from the town Hampton Closing the old Budget Shortfall...
the
next budget year.
The subdivision regulation com- reduction made its police protection.The
reduction by Thursday July 27. $421,000: a $108,000
landfill will have to be addressedthen. has got to be done,
mittee will meet July 31 at p.m. at Something
The board has scheduled another by Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge a Sheriff's Department budgetis Commission Chairman
the Bradford County courthouse. session for 7:30: $300.000 reduction in the solid waste now $77,067 above last year's drastically
budget workshop Wilbur Waters said. "Instead of doing
.The Bradford County School p.m. Thursday. July 27, at the commission budget, and $13.000 from the budget, an amount reflecting the ad- Funds designated to be set aside something (about our budget
Board will have its first public Medical Services dition of two new deputies, with new
the
meeting room in cour- Emergency closing and funds for
landfill have used
for the
the budget July 31 at 7 in- deficits in past, we
hearing on automobiles, lights,
thouse. Department heads and con- budget.Etheridge. cages road construction are being
new
p.m. In the school administration Invited to at- reduced his request for surance and radios. CommissionerE.L. and
stitutional officers are spent for operations, CPA coun- $'' CO. Budget..P.1ZA)
(See
Building. additional deputies to two, down (Nook) Norman suggested this
The Starke City Council will

Starke meet The Aug.City Bradford 1 Hall.at 7:30 County p.m.Commission in the tend.Weakened Nepotism Rule Adopted by School BoardA 1


will meet Aug. 7 at 9:30 a.m.

in the Bradford County courthouse. amended the rule many new ooard policies adopted by pie would not be able to find a 100.
directly also
board
The New River Solid Waste nepotism rule weakened after school principals from being The the school board. But it was the most McKinney pointed to surrounding
written by
Association will meet Aug. 8 at 3 objections from Supt. Jim Duncan, responsible for teacher evalua- to include language Hobbs to controversial, and since there was school districts with no nepotismrule
p.m. in the Bradford County cour Administrators Dewey McKinneyand tions of their immediate family Board Attorney Johnny an discord on the nepotism rule It was others which affected spouses
mother, discrimination against
thouse. Wayne McLeod, and Stark members including father, preclude of excepted from the group of new only.
The Brooker City Council will Elementary teacher's aide Cathy son daughter, sister or brother. The administrative candidate school for because which rules and acted on separately. Administrator Wayne McLeod,
meet Aug. 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Hilliard, was adopted 4-1 Monday school board at Supt. Duncan's sug- relatives in a be Dewey McKinney, now principalat former principal at Starke Elemen-
Brooker City Hall. night, July 24, by the Bradford gestion, deleted In-laws from the list he/she is a candidate to principal.nepotism Starke Elementary expressed tary and now director of personnel in

The Hampton City Council will School Board.Nepotism of relatives Included.The all The rule does which not preclude there is no alter- concern that in a small school the county office, opposed the rule.
cur- situations in
meet Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Hampton is given favortism rule grandfathers-in district, such as Bradford, a
City Hall. shown or patronage rent situations affected by the new native. rule was only one of nepotism rule would mean local peer (See NepotismP.12A)
The nepotism
The rule in the future will preclude rule.




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SS Grade 3 Gets Math Trophy Back...

auxg .; This third grade team from Southside Elementary captured the Ex-
cellence In Mathmatlcs trophy back from Lawtey Elementary. The
school of the winning team gets to keep the math trophy for the year, then
It'll go up for grabs again next Spring. .
Grade 5 Math Trophy Stays at SS... The SS team members are (l-r): In frontAdam Marchese and Brandy
SS Grade 4 Wins Math Contest... Harper, with trophy. In rearThea Bell, Kelly Rankin Michelle Groves,
Keeping the Math Contest trophy at Southslde Elementary,the SS fifth April McKinney, and Renee Smith.
graders were were tops In the Math Contest run by Gifted Student Instructor This fourth grade mathematics team from Southside Elementary Brandy Harper was the high scorer with 47 points, Thea Bell was second -
Peg Stanwlx-tlay. School won the Excellence In Math Contest sponsored by Gifted Student ,,-- with 44, and Adam Marchese had 43 points.
Front row (l-r): Amber Brown and Rascella Smith. Instructor Peg Stanwix-Ilay. SS won the contest with 218 points, HE was second with 218, SE third
Back row: Jason Wilkinson Aaron Harris. Sean Phillips and Arnie The SS Grade 4 team Is (I-r): Front rowChris Sembroskl. Sean Con- with 199, LCS fourth with 188, and BE fifth with 170 points.1tf .
Long. Gordon Brown Is presented with a trophy for second place over-all naughton and Rachel Coleman.In back-Malt Odom Trent Patterson and.
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"Do you think this can be resolved within a year?" asked Keystone the work. The association enlisted the county's assistance and prison inmates Last Optober the National Guard applied for and received an after-the-
Heights Mayor Bill Beam. "I think so," Frey said. did the heavy work. However, Ms. Vergara said, the 9-member fact permit to install four culverts on the Magnolia side of the big culvertin
"Is the number one goal to restore?" Beam asked. No, to process the SJRWMD board makes such decisions, not one member. She said Hill Alligator Creek. Residents claim the culverts impede surface water
application, Frey said. was probably expressing his own opinion,not that of the SJRWMD board. flowing into Alligator Creek and subsequently into Lake Brooklyn.
Since the situation is caused by low water and since the waters of the : DER found the new culvert to be higher,but said the resulting localized
lakes are state property, is it the state's responsibility to alleviate the DER has jurisdiction over dredge and fill, and that requires a permit Impoundment upstream of the culvert had negligible and no adverse impact -
problem, asked Phil Baumgartner, president of the Lake Brooklyn Civic Frey told some 25 Lake Brooklyn residents who remained. Most Lake downstream. The Lake Brooklyn residents don't buy that.
Association. Geneva residents left after the discussion of the canal project.
"I've got a little bit of power, but not enough to make it rain," Frey Pulling weeds in front of your home requires no permit, Frey said. But
said. digging with heavy equipment Is dredging,and that requires a permit,-he Possible Solution...
"If it's waters of the state, the state ought to do something to correctit said. DER's Tyler suggested to Chairman Jett the Clay County Commission

the,"question.The said Mayor. Beam. But Frey was shaking his head as the mayor asked "We want that creek cleaned out," said Chester Moody, getting a big could act as an agent for all the affected landowners, if they agree, and

historical role of the water hand from the audience. apply for permits from DER and SJRWMD.
district is flood
management control, "
said Ms. Vergara, but the SJRWMD is getting into some restoration projects Tom Roberts, secretary of the Lake Brooklyn Civic Association and the What the county has done is fine. It's just that it requires a permit
now. Frey said DER is in charge of water quality, water manage- son-in-law of Chester Moody, asked, "Is lack of rainfall part of the problem Tyler told Chairman Jett. The commissioner that is a possibility if the
ment districts are in charge of water quantity. ?" Frey agreed, it is. county can get easements from the landowners.
Jay Pravada,one adjacent landowner to the Lake Geneva project,saida Roberts asked, "Can you account for the high water level in Magnolia t*
gigantic piece of equipment appeared. Pravada said he attempted to Lake?" Bob Burns, who owns a nursery along Alligator Creek, first said he
reason with the operator. It was Saturday, government offices were closed would not give the county an easement to clean the creek which is across
It will take years to correct the problem because the government is It is differences in the geology under the lakes, Frey said. Magnolia his property. What Is the purpose of cleaning and lowering the creek,ask-
slow Pravada said. The canal will look better in the future. Grass will holds water better than Brooklyn. ed Burns.
cover it,and it will be more difficult to correct. "It won't look the same as Roberts asked, "You're saying the geology changes abruptly between
now," Pravada said. Lake Magnolia and Lake Brookyn7""Yes Burns said, however, he has not had a problem with DER evaluatingthe
Chairman Jett asked,what is maintenance.Tyler replied, maintenanceIs ," Frey said, "It's right there on the map. about the NationalGuard creek. "If something is wrong, have at it. I just want it done profes-
restoring a channel to its original depth, to original design specifica- The residents also asked if DER officials knew sionally."
tions. It is restoring what has "silted in over time, Tyler said. filling in parts of the creek flowing out of Blue Pond. Brooklyn is DER and SJRWMD officials were asked to arrange their visits with
Some state agency has to address the dredging of canals, said Lake the fourth lake: in the chain headed by Blue Pond, then Lowry (Sandhill) Chester Moody.

Geneva resident John Ruffini. "It doesn't take a genius to know what w. Lake. Magnolia! ,,and.-Brooklyn. ,.if i* ..* r ..* t, .>._f ft. .... ........
should be done when the water is low. I thought the water managementdistrict '
was supposed to control that," Ruffini said----------- N' '_'\ -'p. o.J' <. ">." : I>'HI\; ;M'M Ir.r I 1'ii.c": ;yr.i tiluou I
Some state agency has to address the dredging of canals, aid La'kei:; ;; .;".
Geneva resident Johnb Ruffini. "It doesn't take a genius to know what
should be done when the water is low. I thought the water management
district was supposed to control that," Ruffini said. WirmlitgTennis
Pravada asked to be notified by DER and SJRWMD about progress.
Frey said DER must notify adjacent property owners, the city, the coun-
ty, and put notices in the local newspaper. '

Lake Brooklyn... ...tiiil.. ',:I".J" : <::' I '
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Their docks high up out of the water with yards and yards of beach,
$10 Hour OR Learn
Lake Brooklyn residents look with consternation of the constant water per
With A Friend for
$6 Each
level in Magnolia Lake a few miles to the north.
Brooklyn Lake residents want Alligator Canal between Magnolia Lake Cal Mark at 473-4360 or
and Lake Brooklyn cleaned out. They're also concerned about a culvert 964-6305 The savings on a home equity credit line with
Installed in Alligator Canal just south of Magnolia Lake,which they claim Florida National add
was put in 18 inches higher than the original creek bed,blocking the water up pretty quickly.
now.
The Brooklyn Lake Civic Association, says President Phil Baumgartner Students Include KHHS
was told by Joe Hill, a member of the board of SJRWMD, that
Alligator Creek should be cleaned out. The association apparently took Team Members
Hill s statement as permission from the water: management liairirt! to do

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Graduates Course We Go

Army National Guard Pvt. JustinL. By the Book s
Williams has graduated from a ; .
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the course, students learned New Testament, to be our only rule O
to perform direct and general of faith and practice. We hold It to .
support maintenance on helicopters. be an authoritative, reliable guide
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Epps Hodges Battle Set for Police Chief -, nrti. -

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By Joe CU.yKT Vernon Barber, employed as a to retire after this term. Eppspolied 385 votes to 32t for opponent s s.
Stall Writer recreation director at Lawtey Cor- One other council seat, District 4, John Hodges,then a Lieutenant
Voter In the upcoming Sept.19 city rectional Institution, has qualified is up for re-election this year. in the Starke Police Department, In
elections will have a choice in at for the Group: city council seat,and Longtime councilman Vernon a four man race --
least one race, that of Chief of as of Wednesday noon, remained Silcox,veteran of 18 years service on The second primary election, ---
Police. unopposed. Incumbent veteran the council, has said that he intendsto February 7,gave the seat to Eppe bya --
councilman Charles Schaffer an- run to succeed himself, but as yet 600 to 406 vote margin over --
nounced some time ago his intentionto has not qualified and has not drawnan Hodges. Soon after, on March 23, -
Former Starke Police LieutenantJohn resign at the end of the current opponent. Hodges resigned from the depart --
Hodges has qualified to oppose term, and the Group 2 seat was ment. ;
Chief Jimmy Epps in the election set assigned to the new black majority -. -
for September 12. Epps paid his district in NE Starke. Police Chief Race... "It is my sincere desire to con- ---
qualifying fee at noon Monday,July Deputy City Clerk Linda Wise also Chief Jimmy Epps was elected to tinue to serve the people of Starke as -
24, when qualifying opened. Hodges qualified at noon Monday, for the his office only last February, in a Chief of Police: said Epps when J -
qualified Wednesday morning, July position of City Clerk, and remains special election held after the qualifying. _
26. unopposed at this time. Incumbent resignation of former Chief Jimmy "The people are ready for a major ::
Qualifying for candidates con- City Clerk Neil Tucker had also announced Bowen.In change In law enforcement," Qualifying Opens for City Election...
tinues until noon Friday. some time ago his Intention a first primary in January, Hodges stated at City Hall. Only two candidates were on hand Monday,as qualifying opened for the :;

.. upcoming city elections. ::
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Deputy Clerk Linda Wise and Police Chief Jimmy Epps filed the ::::: I II I
necessary papers and paid the qualifying fees to run for office. :;:
Fathers Puzzle Over Wise qualified as a candidate to fill the office being vacated by retiring = II
City e City Clerk Nell Tucker, and Epps Is seeking his first full term as Police == i
r S SI hg Chief, after serving In that office since February, succeeding former
How to Make Up $400,000Starke I Pollee Chief Jimmy Bowen. ::: I''
"In February, when you elected me,the rate of solved crime was 23.8% ==
and as of June the solvability rate of crime was 78%." Epps said. := I
commissioners puzzledover Clerk Nell Tucker said. "This is an :::: I
their S8.6 million budget for item open to discussion this year," ninjijwjwwuijiJimiUR --
three hours Tuesday night, July 25, Clerk Tucker said. ':":
but made no decisions on how to City residents pay $7 per month
balance the new spending bill. for garbage pickup,leaving that ser-
vice some$67,000 in the red. Increas- ,
City commissioners became more ing the garbage pick-up charge $3 4' i
familiar with the budget as Clerk per month,from$7 to$10 per month, s
Nell Tucker, now 63 days from would raise $72,000, Clerk Tucker c 4i InvitedTo
retirement, went over it page-by- said.
page. Proposed General Fund ex- Should the commission take all
penditures are $400,000 more than those options it would raise $222,000in Attend "

projected, revenue. Starke new revenue.commissioners also $:i o/.9lC.91.tIIO?{ C.}1Q1fPC5f5C5000L

The utility side of the budget Is in discussed special assessments and a
the black from the sale of electricity, one-cent or Vi-cent sales tax, but '
natural gas, water, and sewer ser would like City Attorney Terry -i
vice. The $1,290,478 general govern- Brown to advise them on the legality ___
ment side of the budget, which in- of such measures. 1st United Methodist Church
cludes fire, police, recreation, ad- The proposed budget includes 5 John Hodges Qualifies... N. Walnut St. -
ministration, sanitation and trash, percent across-the-board salary increases 9 Q...._ -
the capital projects fund, garage, for all city; employees, Clerk Qualifying for the office of police chief former police Lt.John Hodges, .get*"""- July 31 -August 4 -
purchasing department, the Tucker said,costing some$90,000 including right hands a check for his fees to City Clerk Neil Tucker. 9:30 11:30 3
a.m.
a.m.
transportation trust fund (roads), fringe benefits. .'We need to be agresslve with the crooks In Starke." Hodges said.
and self insurance fund,is is$400,000In The city's budget problems, the "Something needs to be done now." ,VdNNWUNNAMNfWP, -- ---
the red.Usually. veteran clerk said, are:
the commission is able to The warm winter reduced the net
balance the General Fund with Inrnmn of the utility system and -
transfers from the utility side.Utility : reduced the transfers to the general
transfers are limited by bonding government side. Profits from the SUMMER CLEARANCE
restrictions.Also sale of electricity and gas were down
there was almost no cold $200,000 each. Clerk Tucker
weather this past winter which trim- estimates utility sales of $4 million ON BOATS AND MERCURY ENGINES
med utility profits and cut the down from $4.2 million last year.
amount of money which could be The city has given an average of _
tranferred from the utility side from a five percent salary increase to city
$400,000 in 88-89 to $212,000 for employees for many years. GRIFFIS & SONS
1989-90. The gasoline revenue the city -
Commissioners found little to trim receives from the six-cents: per
from the departmental budgets gallon levied by the county is down US.301N.-SGW4G1
Tuesday night. Biggest items to cut below expectations. Tucker Is
identified were a flat bed trash budgeting $138,000 for gas tax for 5TOIISPORTCRAFTBOATS
truck $20,000, and a street sweeper, 89-90, down from $150,000 last year.
Commissioners question why the
$30 000.
Commissioners also discussed going gas tax is down, and asked Clerk
back to 3.5 mills of property tax, Tucker to look into that. MNTMISSSEE THE BOATS.
the council's levy for many years. "With inflation and thisphilosophy
When the truth in millage law waspassediI you can see what hasbeen
the council began accepting i happening," Clerk Tucker told THE AREA'S LARGEST SELECTION OF
back rate, the millage to br- the commissioners. BOATS POWEREDBY
ing in the same dollars as the Veteran Commissioner Vernon
previous year. Silcox probably best expressed the MERCURY OUTBOARDS
Starke's rollback rate Is 2.21 mills, council s sentiment when he said:
which would net the city 166378. In- "It's bad to sit up here and hope for a
creasing millage back to 3.5 mills bad winter, but looking at this PRICE BREAKERS. BEST PRICES JiM THE
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.*,.
f
to
would.xalsq jan Additional $100,000, budget makes you want. cry.
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Environmental Holocaust Nearing Unless We Face the Danger: Senator/...%Gore


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For the past year and a half, some in a recent opinion piece In the The earth's forests are being destroyedat .
research meteorologists have been sayingthe Wsaid Sun, "Unless we quickly and the rate of one football field's worth
weather has gone crazy in America.To profoundly change the course of our every second, one Tennessee's worth
the man in the street, this summer, as civilization, we face an Immediate and
always, seems to be hotter than the last. A grave danger of destroying the worldwide every year.
Some blame the extreme conditions on the ecological system that sustains life as we Living species die at such an un-
"greenhouse" effect, while others say the R know it." precedented rate that more than half may
Earth's atmosphere is a constantly swirl. ? disappear within our lifetimes.
ing sea of air currents whose flow, Is anybody listening Chemical wastes, in growing volumes
temperature, moisture, and intensity are N Reminding us of the Nazi Holocaust in seep downward to poison groundwater andupward
governed by an incredibly complex in- Europe, engineered by Adolph Hitler, who to destroy the atmosphere's (
teraction between the air and the oceans. was also ignored until too late, Senator delicate balance.
Under these conditions, they argue, I Gore slid, "In 1989, clouds of a differentsort
weather trends cannot accurately be signalled an environmental holocaust Huge quantities of carbon dioxide,
predicted, and what we may consider abnormal without precedent. Once again, world methane and chlorofluorocarbons dumpedin $
is actually the norm. N leaders waffle the environmental issue, the atmosphere have trapped heat and
hoping the danger will go away." raised global temperatures. ,
In spite of these conflicting opinions, Lt-i
U.S. Senator Albert Gore, Jr., of Ten- G Senator Gore then asks us to listen to the Every day, 37,000 children under the _
nessee, who is no environmental alarmist, following facts: age of 5 die of starvation or preventable _
diseases made worse by failures of crops

..' -. n. .. .. ,. '.. .. and politics. --v
'''W'' ',9" ,. \: '.,>. .. ,,1".If;, r place are these dramatic changes taking
( Because the human population is "
L E\\DI'T1, 1"O"R'Ii/It\'T'S I \ TI] surging. (It took a million years to reach

': ... ,,: "_ ., ,.... ,.": .. ..!...,, .; two billion people. In the last 40 years, ...
world population has doubled. And in the u' '
I .' "' .. '" ':" ... "H ". ..." ; next 40 years, the number of people could 'v'
double again.) Because the industrial .
scientific and technological revolutions ;
.: .

HUD Scandal Reaching these magnify Increases the environmental, and because we impact tolerate of '- ., ...

I self-destructive behavior and environmental "-" :?
vandalism on a global scale.
Closer to HomeThe --
Why once again, do we fail to rally our
forces Much of the world closed its eyesas
Hitler marched because the only ade- 11lili.

rapidly expanding HUD scandal, have slowed down Congressman quate response was a horrible war many .- .. \
which seems likely to outdo Teapot Gingrich's "holy war" against hoped to avoid. Do we now shrink from the w \

Dome of the Harding administration, Democrats in Congress. This is not to unimaginably difficult response demanded -
by the global environmental crisis, and
has moved closer to home. Apparently, say that Democrats are any less hope against hope that it will yet prove un-
one of the Robin-HUDS is a high-up blameless than Republicans, but at necessary? raise world temperatures five degrees -Rapid reductions in carbon dioxide

political figure in Jacksonville who least the HUD affair and scandals in Our complacency stems in part from a Celsius in our lifetimes. The last time emissions, through increased vehicle
there was such shift, it five standards, increased efficiency
a was degrees mileage energy
administrations demonstratethat
half million dollars trading on previous standard of dependent
gleaned a living on rapid con- colder; New York City was under one and development of alternative
the influence of his political position.In honesty is not an exclusive at- sumption of the earth's resources. Our kilometer of ice. If five degrees colder energy sources.A .
has inherited the idea that
testimony at a Congressional hear- tribute of either partYi although Mr. nave generation the right to appropriate for ourselvesthe we over thousands of years produces an ice global halt to destruction of forests
of Gingrich and his ilk would earth's accumulated treasures as age,would could five degrees warmer produce and swift implementation of worldwide
Bill Taylor Jacksonville
ing Monday
in a lifetime? reforestation .
former head of the Florida GOP and seem to think otherwise.As quickly as we can consume them. We programs.A
ban within five on packagingthat
reach back millions of for
through years
now a member of the party's National a non-partisan gesture, we wish the oil and coal deposits that fuel years our in- In a classic experiment, a frog droppedin is neither recyclable nor naturally

Committee, admitted influence peddl- Secretary Kemp, for whom we have a dustrial civilization.Just put boiling in the water water jumps before out.it is The slowly same boiled frog,, degradable, a comprehensive waste
behalf of HUD-scam developers, high regard, success in his effort to minimization program and aggressive ef-
ing on as a drug addict needs increasing remains in the pot. Our environment is at
which brought him a cool half million. clean HUD's house, as well as clean up doses to produce the same effect our the boiling point. Will we react? forts landfills to control and other emissions of. methane from
Indeed, he seemed rather proud of the the housing programs that HUD was global appetite for the earth's abundancegrows sources.A
to be administering for the each year. We transform the The 1990s are the decade of decision. series of global summit meetings to
supposed
techniques he has developed. for the resources of the past into the pollution of Profound changes are required. We must seek the'unprecedented international
Taylor bragged that former Mayor benefit of the homeless- the future, telescoping time for self- create a new global compact for sustainable cooperation the environmental crisis will
"felt I hotstuff" enrichment of needy "consultants". indulgence in the present.In development- for example, demand.In .
Jake Godbold was pretty
trading debts for shared environmental
the 1940s, as victory neared over the
for Jacksonville in
when lobbying thinks And Speaking of Gingrich... 1987, carbon dioxide levels in the at- stewardship. Our agenda must include the dark forces unleashed by Hitler, Gen.
Washington. Apparently Taylor The latest development shows that Rep. mosphere began to surge with record an- following: Omar Bradley offered advice that is once
he's still "pretty hot stuff", although the Gingrich himself is not above reproach in spite of nual increases. Global temperatures also -A worldwide ban in five years on again relevant to the challenge that con-
chairman of the Congressional committee his 'holier than thou" attitude. Wednesday morn- are climbing: 1987 was the second hottest chlorofluorocarbons, which simultaneously fronts humanity: "It is time we steered by
said the fat fees he commanded for ing papers revealed that he took members of his year on record; 1988 was the hottest. Scien- destroy the protective ozone layer and the stars, not by the lights of each passing
his services made some committee congressional staff off the payroll to work in his tists now predict our current course will cause up to 20 percent of global warming. ship."
re-election then rewarded
1980 and 88 campaigns
members want to "upchuck". them with substantial "temporary" pay raises

Taylor said he saw nothing wrong in after the election. This, of course, was simply a

trading political ties for private gain, ing way federal of paying funds.them to work in his campaign, us- Bradford County Water TableIs 1st Union/Florida

and admitted he used Republican National
letterheads in asking House rules say that members should not give National
MergerShareholders
Committee temporary raises that, in effect,serve as bonuses.It Reaching Historic LowAverage
HUD officials to favor projects that his violates federal law banning use of federal
consulting firm represented, because he funds to reward staff members for campaign of Florida National
wanted then HUD Secretary Samuel work. rainfall in Bradford County layer of clay underlying much of the top- Banks of Florida, Inc. recently approved -
during the first six months of 1989 was 14 soil in Bradford County," Mobley said. the Agreement and Plan of
is the
that he the defense for his action
Pierce to know was Mr. Gingrich's only
below normal and the water
old that else is doing it". That inches ground "We may see some change f t'tM better .:j l, ,, } e geF.: between Florida National
committeeman from excuse "everyone table is at record low levels, according to '
Republican -
in Deeembei' afid
when winter rains come ncE irst Uniop. J.llrl'hn"JIH
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Florida. His frank account of political may alike,be but true if of so,some then Democrats the entire area and Republicans of congres- figures supplied by the Suwannee River January." So far there have been no 2R: :,., ftulSt fO tfgftftp i .: ig iS
exploitation of housing programs provided sional use of staff needs to be examined. water Management District. reports of wells going dry in Bradford k sonv 111 e.
of the most detailed accountsto "Right now, we are in a Modified Phase County.A Under the terms of the agreement,
one Rep. Gingrich Is apparently living in a glass First Union will purchase all Florida
date of how friendship and influence- house. He does not hesitate to cast stones at Two water shortage stage says Carolyn small part of southeast Bradford National common stock for $27.125
at Democrats for ethical violations, but in his position Mobley of the SRWMD staff. Conservation County is in the St. Johns River Water
figured in decision making share. About one half of the purchase
peddling still voluntary basis, per
self-appointed House-cleaner he should be, measures are on a Management District which has asked fora
as will be in cash
payable
HUD. unless If there is//a price
a problem develops. restriction excessive of
like Caesar's wife, above suspicion. voluntary on use
with the remainder in First Union
problem in the future, we place mandatory -
may asked
water. Homeowners are
According to The Florida Times- restrictions on a case by case districts to restrict the watering ofYlawns Corporation preferred stock.
Union, Taylor continues to serve on the basis," she added. I from late afternoon or early morning About one month prior to the

Republican National Committee despite 'Prison of To'morrow'Like "The thunderstorms we have been get- hours in order to avoid loss by evapora- merger shareholders, all will Florida receive an National election

pleading "no contest" in February to a ting give temporary relief,but water is not tion. Leaky faucets are also a source of form to determine their choice for
conflictofinterestcharge into the aquifer because of the water loss and should be corrected. ,
misdemeanor Country ClubSay getting cash or First Union preferred stock
while lobbying for Jacksonville. subject to certain election and
Grant allocation procedures."We .
HUD Secretary (former Con- Congressman
Florida
gressman) Jack Kemp, who was saddl- it isn't so! FORESTRYIN Still the Same Man, National's are shareholders confident that will be well

of all the over early Working for Florida served this ," said
ed with the HUD scandal through no On top concerns by agreement

fault of his own, blames it on the laxnessof release of prisoners, pardons, paroles, BRADFORD COUNTYBy Editor, Telegraph: John Board D.and Uible Chief, Executive Chairman Officer of the,

his predecessor, Secretary: Pierce. and plea-bargained light sentences, we Many members of the Democratic Party Florida National Banks of Florida,
"It reflects on Mr. Pierce and, I say this now read about a "futuristic" federal Stan ShepardBradford claim that Bill Grant doesn't deserve to be Inc. "Now that shareholder approval

with sadness, not anger it reflects on prison at Marianna where "manicured County Forester a congressman. They say that the people is complete, we are ready to
elected him because he was a Democrat. I the with First
the Reagan administration, Kemp lawns flower gardens, and widely spac- consummate merger
salmon-timed lend the say that the people elected him, not Union as soon as regulatory approvals
said. ed, buildings ap- Sign-up SeasonFarmers because of his party affiliation, but are received and all requisite -
pearance of a lush shopping mall or a because of the kind of man he was and waiting periods have expired.
his testimony Taylor
Based on ap- "
college will bea hardworking, good ."
well-kept campus. in Bradford have always
pears to have been among the highest County man. A man who has dedicated his life to. The merger is expected to be con-
paid of well-known Republican VIPs According to an Associated Press another opportunity to sign up for the Con- serving the people of this region. summated in the fourth quarter of

who profited from federal housing pro- report, the "prison" dining halls have period servation began Reserve July 17 Program.and will end The August sign-up 4. Recently there has been a great deal of the year. Florida National will be

grams supposed to be providing low the atmosphere of fast-food The place to go to enroll in the program Is criticism concerning Congressman BillGrant's Florida First Union Corporationof sub-
restaurants featuring salad bars and decision to switch from the a wholly owned
rent housing for low income citizens. the county Agricultural Stabilization and .
Fees paid to "consultants" varied wide- Sunday brunch. Inmates may choose Conservation (ASCS) office in Starke. Democratic Party to the Republican Parraffilia- sidiary resulting of First Florida Union Corporation.The organizationwill
Before Grant switched his party -
ly, from around $50,000 for Fred Brown, smoking or non-smoking rooms in The Conservation Reserve Program was ty.lion he was an honest, hardworking civicleader : .have approximately $17 billionin
chairman of the National Black carpeted, air-conditioned formstwo established a voluntary program to help that always did his best to serve his total assets, making it the second
Republican Council, to more than occupants to a room. Haagen-Dazs ice farmers prevent or control critical soil state and nation. Now he is a member of largest bank holding company' in the
Interior Secretary cream, fresh fruit, snack foods, and erosion. unchecked, soil erosion would the Republican Party, but is still an state.
$400,000 for former grooming aids are stocked in the com- reduce the nation's long-term capability to honest, hardworking civic leader who has Florida National Banks of Florida,
James Watt, who testified before a Con- produce food and fiber always stood by his state proudly, and his Inc.is a statewide banking organization
gressional committee that he knew little missaries.A voting record will show with $7.5 billion in total assets
about HUD programs and his "con- spokesman for the institution said, the Soil Conservation Service determines it.Cam Ward,Starke and 185 offices throughout Florida.COMPLAINT' .

sulting" services consisted largely of a "This is the future of prison design. We which lands are eligible for enroll-and

few well-placed phone calls to high- are just trying to make this"as humanean crop ment history.based on Farmers their erosion may proneness sign a 10-year '

placed officials. environment as possible. He added contract with the USDA under which they O '
Taylor's testimony comes at a time there have been only three assaults and agree to take eligible land out of annual Did your paper get delivered on time?
Justice no escapes since the prison opened. Little crop production and put it into pine treesor R
the
when it is suggested that wonder that there have been no some other cover vegetation. Farmers Is your classified ad correct?
Department is failing, possibly for enter bids on the amount of an annual ren- N
political reasons, to pursue allegationsof escapes. Many of the "boarders" probably tal fee they would take for 10 years to take Has your article been printed?
at HUD. The subcommittee never had it so good. There are the land out of production. Florida has E .
wrongdoing
of 19 letter also plans for installing a television set been divided into two areas, with $45 the Or Is Everybody Happy?
released copies a July women's unit the bid accepted in one and $40-in the R
in each room of the top
from the Justice Department to HUD in said. other.Another role of the USDA is to cover THEN LET US HEAR ABOUT IT!
which prosecutors said they had declined spokesman half the expense of establishing permanentcover
to seek criminal charges against Of course, all federal inmates are ex- on the land. Fill out the form below explaining when you '
former assistant pected to work at jobs for which they and the to
Thomas T. Demery, What are the environmental benefits of requesting something, date and time person
secretary of housing, and indicated are paid up to $1.10 an hour for factory the Conservation Reserve Program? Soil whom talked. Send to:
their larger investigation of possible and computer work. Those without high erosion will not occur on the retired lands you
abuses ih the department's school diplomas are required to take every year they are not cultivated. Water Bradford County Telegraph
political was basic education classes for at least 90 quality will Improve through an annual COMPLAINT DEPT.
Moderate Rehabilitation program also reduction of sediment reaching streams Attention:
and classes are
drawing to a close. One committee days, college and other surface waters. The amount of P. O. Drawer A .
member accused the department of available.To pesticides applied annually will be reduc-
"failing miserably to do its job".. those who might say the prisonershave ed. Fish and wildlife habitat quality will Starke Florida 32091 .
it too good, prison officials say, improve significantly. Trees will provide
Although honesty in politics, is limited. many natural resource values, future income Name: "
Influence-peddling, and other unsavory "It's still a pison.Freedom for the landowners and economic '
the in- '' '
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Upcoming Weddings. Melissa Jackson Honored


Starling-Schoening Jenkins-McCray With Bridal Showers


To Wed August 18 Engagement ToldMs. Melissa Jackson, bride-elect of Eric Reploeg, was honored with an open '

.. Mr. It Mrs. Charles G. Starling of Naomi Jenkins of Lawtey and house on July 8, hosted by Mrs. L.V. Moore and Mrs. J.D. Warren at the
Lawtey of the .tter.
announce the upcoming Wallace Black of Orlando announce t home
marriage of their daughter Freda the and Corsages were presented to Melissa and her mother. Many friends call
I Melissa, to James Norman Schoen-: engagement approaching ed between the appointed hours of 2-4p.m.
ing, son of Mrs. Catherine L. Toonkof Renee marriage Jenkins of their of daughter Starke, to Latonya VincentM. ? ktP > The refreshment table was highlighted by a lace cutwork cloth over a
Starke and H.L. Schoening of also of Starke. teal liner. Assisting with refreshments were Mrs. Johnny Warren, Miss I '
McCray
?' Jackson, Mich. Whitney Warren, Mrs. Len Moore, and Mrs. Tommy Outlaw.
The Is the of Ms.
groom-to-be
The will be son Out of town included Melissa's. I '
wedding held Friday Victoria McCray of Starke. He is a guests sisters, Priscilla and Monica of
August 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Firs 1982 BHS graduate and is now Orange Park, her grandmother from Willison, Mrs. H.E. Smith, Mrs. Don i
,1' Baptist Church of Lawtey. A reception Hallgren of Ocala and Mrs. Mike Burns of Orange Park.
employed by Teal Tile & Carpet of
will follow In the fellowship hafi. Starke. Melissa was presented with a creamer in her chosen china pattern as a I
All friends and relatives are invitedto momento of the occasion. ,
attend. The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate I
of BHS and enrolled at Santa Fe
The bride-elect is a 1989 Bradford Community now College in Gainesville.She + A bridal shower was given In honor of Melissa on Monday, July 11 by the I ,
High School graduate and is ladies of Berean Baptist Church at the Orange Park home of Mrs. Mike
is studying to be a nurse. l
employed by James R. Flynn P.A., Bums.
will be held
The 5
of Starke. The groom-to-be is a 1984 at S wedding at Mt. Zion AME Church August in A devotional was given by Mrs.Tom Neal on"Will You Love This Man?" ;

BHS graduate and is employed by Lawtey.p.m.All friends and relatives are Guests enjoyed refreshments as Melissa. opened gifts.
North Fla. Reception Center in Lake invited to attend. .
Butler. Mrs. Gladys Thomas and Miss Maria Thomas hosted a lingerie shower
for Melissa on Thursday, July 13 at the home of Mrs. Thomas.
SikesPadillaTo Guests played games and enjoyed refreshments.Melissa received many
Wed July 29 StarlingReploegWill T. beautiful lingerie gifts from the hostesses and guests.


Andrew Ms. Virginia J. Sikes of Jackson and an- Wed Aug. 4 t Baby Showers Honor Rhonda StricklandMrs.

nounce the upcoming marriage of Marc and Harriette Jackson of Charles Strickland was honored at a surprise baby shower on June
their daughter, Brenda Carroll, to Orange Park announce the upcoming 17 at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Goodman in Citra.
David Padilla, son of Virginia and marriage of their daughter. Out of town guests included Mrs. Rosemary Jewell of Gainesville. The
Juan Padilla of New York. Melissa, to Eric Reploeg, son of 1 hostesses presented Rhonda with a savings account as a momento for the
The wedding will be held Saturday John and Dee Reploeg of Spring Hill, occasion. I
.July 29 at 7 p.m. at Jones Road Fl.All
Baptist Church In Jacksonville. A friends and relatives are In- Mrs. Charles Strickland was honored at a surprise shower on July 20 at
f'l; reception will follow in the church vited to share in this momentous occasion City Hall.The table was coverd with a white lace tablecloth and decorated
fellowship hall. on Friday,Aug. 4 at 7 p.m.at with blue and yellow ribbons and bows. Cake and punch was served. Rhonda
.- All friends and relatives are cor- Berean Baptist Church,4459 Hwy. 17 Mr.John Curtis Greene,Jr. was presented with a high chair as a momento of the occasion.
dially invited to attend. South, Orange Park, F a. Williams-Greene MarriedIn

,@i; June 10 Candlelight WeddingDana Bradford Family Practice Opens

Bradford Family Practice a new medical service in Starke, is now openat
Christmas in
July Bradford
743 South Walnut Street Suite: B. i
Sal.Through Aug.S Lee Williams and John Curtis Greene,Jr.,were united in marriageon
Sponsored by SantaFe Healthcare of Gainesville, Bradford
Family
June 10 in
a candlelight held
; CHASTAIN JEWELRY Notes. ceremony at Camp Blanding's Reynolds
Library Center. Practice provides diagnostic services and medical care to area residentsof

The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Earl David all ages.
Williams of
Starke. The groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. John Curtis Greene Dr. Bruce Pollock, principal physician at Bradford Family Practice,
Who is the uninvited also of
at the
guest Starke. earned his medical degree from the University of Miami. He is board-
Open House Honors "Pea Patch Jig"? Will he spoil the Rev. Ben Bryant performed the certified in family practice.Dr.Pollock will be joined by another physician ,
fun? Will double-ring ceremony surrounded by
Boots GreenThe baby mouse get to join in later this year.
peach and teal flower arrangements and candelabras which adorned
the
the dance? On Tuesday, July 25 altar. Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.Dr. .
family of Boots Green Invites local children from 3-5 years old The bridal attendants Lisa Pollock is a participating physician with AV-MED, Medicare and
you to an open house honoring her discovered the answers to these and were Mitchell and Stephanie Williams, wear- Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Call 964-9535 for an appointment.
85th birthday on August 6 from 3-5 other musical questions as they ing identical peach and white linen dresses, accented with scalloped em .

First In the Fellowship Hall of the danced their way through thisweek's broidery. .. yjxsnyy&vvixixy
United Methodist Church. Summer David Williams and Mark Strickland served as groomsmen. Thomas .. ,-.
Reading Programat
the Bradford County Public candles Strickland for and the John Marcy served a ring-bearers. Tommy Marcy lit the GEE "WE"Look
ceremony.
Church News. Library.Today. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Before reaching the
(Thursday, July 27) is
altar, the bride and groom presented their mothers with a peach coloredrose.
B.Y.O.F. (Bring your own frog) dayat Who's I
the library,as 6-12 olds are In-
VBS Begins 7/31 vited to hop on over for the annual The bride was a tea-length gown of chantilly lace, which featured long 4'
frog jump contest. Come dressed as sleeves and an open back. The gown was accented on the sides with sequins 401
At 1st and
Lawtey Bapt. pearls.
you are, or as Tom Sawyer or Huck III
Vacation Bible School will be held Finn.As usual,the program will spr- Following the ceremony, a reception honoring the newlyweds was held I
at the First Baptist Church of ing to a start at 10 a.m.and leap to a at the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. & Mrs. John C. Greene. The living and Love, I
Lawtey on Monday July 31 through conclusion at 11 a.m. So, don't forget dining areas were decorated with the chosen colors of peach and teal.
August 4. from 7-9 p.m.A to bring your own frog (an extra if Miss Kay Allen and Miss Nancy Grider cut and served the wedding cake. Your Family
Mrs. Robert Allen
special Bible School commence- we d hate to say Ms. Carolyn Taylor and Mrs. Frank Palmer served
from the kitchen
youTOAD guests
ment service will be held at the ya sol"! area.
church on sunday Aug. 6, at 7 p.m. All of the Bradford Countv Public Rd Following, trip to Crescent Beach, the newlyweds_ reside at 819 Edwards
There will be classes, for 2-19yt. Library Summer Reading Programs --- "
olds. The theme of this year's Bible are designed to capture and I
School will be "Adam and Eve" and bold a child's interest in books and Did You Know...
"In the Beginning". Each class will reading through the summer school Bradford
Local Watkins Mr.
have a wooden craft special project. break.This year,all programs beginat representative returned 1"e cov
& M.D.
Kristi McNeill will provide a 10 and end at 11 a.m., with 3-5 yr. Mrs. Crapse, >
musical program with all the olds meeting on Tuesday and 6-12 yr. recently from LaCrosse, Wisconsin,
attended the Tenth An-
children participating. They will olds meeting on Thursday. All of the where they SINCE 1879
nual Convention of Watkins, Inc.
sing during the commencement ser- programs are free of charge. For
,vices., Pastor Grayson McNeill In- more Information,stop by or call us. '," Distributors and dealers from-
the':US.: attended the
vites child of the community throughout
every 81964-6400,. .
'r "a ttend," this VBS. ,,,. .fourdayconvention.:'" Most>I.'often
nf 'J'Reffeshmentsrwill be served each 'I .''associated with its' outstanding

night. Vanilla, Watkins produces a com M
First Baptist Is located on AdamsSt. Christmas in July plete line of health and wellness products
in Lawtey. Turn on Adams St., Sal.Through Aug. S including food products,
beside Lawtey Community School, CHASTAIN JEWELRY vitamins, household products, per-
and follow the signs to the church. sonal care items, and health aids.
Anyone needing transportation to
the Bible School can call 782-3594 or

782-3544. Lamp of Jesus Lamp of Jesus Ministries The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Gospel Sing Set Tuesday Saturday 10-5:30 .

For August 5Soul's 964-7109

Outreach Mission will be hav- Whan Old Fuhl ud Camp Meeting
ing a Gospel Sing on August 5 from Open Air,Gospel Staging c '

6:30-10 p.m.City The Park.Sing will be held atHampton p., Gust Appcaruc Cum byl Family.Buck, FL hmllj ofJackiomin. 187 Il g


Revival Ut When ....,Ang S,7-9 p m.
BeginsAt (l.a.......,month thmaftcr)
Church of God When 1.& 24th AVOID Fonjth.U.

Revival services will begin this No .dmbol cb.......
invites P. S. '
Sunday nl tough 30, at 6 p.m. and you Coneenlon Bring Stand your tarncfain Awllab
continue to Friday, Aug. 4, c" cordiatCy invited
at 7 p.m.Everyone. 0 you are
is invited.The Church of _
God of Prophecy, Inc., is located at
2138 N. Temple Avenue, Starke. to attend a; tRgception ,
Evangelist is Rev. Henry Thornton, DOUBLE I
Jr. Rev. W.T. Laney is Pastor. OFFERFREE .

f In Celebration of the

Young at Heart A "

To Meet August 3 MAKEOVER 'Bradford County telegraph's ,' ,

The Young at Heart of the First ,
Baptist Church will have their' LESSON. : '
regular monthly meeting on Thursday lAb 110th year Anniversary '

Aug. 3 in the fellowship hall at F Merle Norman has great new colon to .
Lunch will be provided by the
noon.church. y.'a give you a perfect start for the new and ) ,'.. : '.

Come join the fun, fellowship andan y i yyr season. Let a trained Beauty Advisor "i ." "

Interesting program. help you create the latest looks to '

f'})})})})})})})'!');)>>})}'l'To })})))})>>}'" flatter your' skin,.hair and lifestyle. In --Conorof :' :,.:> .;,

.91. Won erful Come in today. It's simple.It's '


LadyyCappy ; ') ; ,/'y r for the you perfect makeup start ,,. i', Eugene L. (gene) Matthews,;.: : ;


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cosmetic purchase. I I \\'j 7 '. 7:30 to .9:30 P.M. ::;: ,:. '
CountyTelegraph Includes two ,_ ..;. (. : .. N .r
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Second Class Postage paid at Starke. One per customer,while supplies last \ ,
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I Florida's Economy Strong Despite Building SlumpJACKSONVILLE Join Us. !

Although last 18 months, the slowdown is During the current business exAnother positive sign is that
Florida's constructipn activity has unlikely to depress the state's Florida does not share the same As the Bradford County Telegraph
beem gradually decelerating the economy as it did in the mid-70s, pension, construction spending has characteristics of other regions that
predicts Mark Vitner, economist for expanded much less rapidly in the are experiencing far sharper real Celebrates its 110th Year with a
Barnntt Banks. Inc. state. Total growth in construction estate adjustments. Job growth has
Harold Monk From 1870-73, construction spen- contracts was less than 80 percent remained strong in Florida but has Edition and Party
Speaks at CPAConferences ding in the state surged well in exbetween 19828'mPared to 124 slowed sharply In New England, the Special
cess population and growth.When percent from 1970-73. mid-Atlantic states and the 12
the recession hit in 1974, immigra- Construction contracts totaled Southwest. In addition, unlike those August 10 -
Harold L. Monk,Jr., partner with tlon slumped and construction ex$18.9 billion last year, down $500 regions,Florida has not experienced
Davis, Monk, Farnsworth & Co., penditures plunged. million from 1987. and an additional an excessive run-up in housing
CPAs was recently featured as a drop of$1 billion is expected in 1989. prices. la
speaker at the Advanced Institute of ....
Certified Public Accountants.Mr. .
Monk spoke on assessing in-
ternal controls in organizations and
on compliance auditing in nonprofitand
governmental entities. The pro- rTl Farms
gram was held in Washington, D.C., tt Holly
and Las Vegas, Nevada.

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Lb.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
E R S
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-279-CA
ad good thru
FNB PROPERTIES INC., Prices in this
a Florida corporation 30 1989.
Plaintiff Sunday, July ,

v.ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., o/k/a FRANK
YOUNG; Th. Unknown H.lrt, 00..1..... UotUUA "

Grant.Creditors.,.Trustees, Assignees or Oihr, Claimant Llcnors, choice BI Itipl Wile IF

claiming by through! und.r or against ,
ALBERT F. YOUNG.. JR., who I I. not
known to b. d.ad or ollv.; KIERT SUN-
DUSADEE and CRISANTA V. SUN- SEEDLESS UKAr'bb
DUSADEE hit wlf; BARNETT RECOVERY
?
CORPORATION. a Florida corporation
f/k/o Slot Wid.Collection Corporation: 4}
CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA: and ROYAL
APPLIANCES INC., a Florida corpora-
tion, a/k/a ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. p -

CO.; __________ _
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Defendants. i i. _
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO $138 IlliL
: KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISANTA ;
V SUNDUSADEE, Residence Unknown
but whose lost known residence was 25 : Large California Peaches
Espiritu Street Marulas, Valeniuela __
Metro Manilla. Phllllplnes. 7 Or Nectarines/Your/
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to E
Plums
foreclose a mortgage encumbering the Choice California
following property In Bradford County Friar Eldorado'
Florida: L b Red Slmka, Black ,
Lots 5, 6.7,and 8 of Block 12.Original Or Laroda Plums
Town of Stark., .xc.pt the East 109 f..t
thereof Section 26 Township 6 South
Rang.22 East Bradford County.Florida
has been filed against you ALBERT F.
YOUNG JR.,a/k/a FRANK YOUNG;The 3.0 Carlo Rossi Palsano
Unknown Heirs Devisees Grant..
Assignees, Llenors, Creditor, Trusteesor Burgundy. Rhine 790
Oth.r Claimants claiming by Chablis Pink ChabUs.RegILt .
through und.r or against ALBERT F.
Lt Chianti t. b
YOUNG JR., who I I. not known to be Cans Vin Rose. .
d.ad or alive; BARNETT RECOVERY CORPORATION Sangria
,a Florida corporation, f/k/a I II 99
State Wid. Collection Corporation: CITY Choice Beef ,. < .. $5
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; and ROYAL APPLIANCES USDA .
INC., a Florida corporation $5"49
a/k/a ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.; BOTTOM
and you are required to serve a copy of 12/12
your written defenses, If any to It on ,l
Kent Ridge & Crawford plaintiff' attorney ROAST
whose address Is: ROUND
'900 Florida National Bank Tower
225 Water Str..tJacksonvill. CAKE DIET COKE
., Florida 32202on NATURAL LIGHT FREE
or before August 24. 1989. and fll. 24/12 oz. cans COKE CAFFEINE Large WesternCANTALOUPES
the original with the Clerk of this Court 98 FREE DIET

.Ith.r or b.for.Immediately service thereafter on plaintiff';otherwise attorney $ $ "799BUSCH COKE CHERRY $J.35f)
COKE. CLASSIC
a default will be .nt.r.d againstyou 1 )
for the relief demanded In the com COKE

plaint or petition. 6/12 oz cans
WITNESS my hand and seal 1 of this
Court on the 20th day of July. 1989.
RAY NORMAN Lb 24/12 oz. cans SPRITE DIET
Clerk of the Circuit Court
4tchg 7/27.8/17 $799 SPRITE

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 7
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF J 4'
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD = -- 6/12 oz. cans Each
COUNTY

CASE CIVIL No.88-609-CA DIVISION jIll ff jrfgv i no

MID STATE TRUST II,
a Delaware Business Trust CA I nM rtilUCo. .

Plaintiff
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VsCLARA
5'f Bla1
E. LEE a .Ingl.woman and
10 Cinnamon/Raisin Or
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF
BRADFORD COUNTY, 5 Oz. Armour 2 Liter Assorted Flavors Blueberry/12 Oz. Onion/Egg/ 1 Lb. Quarters Shedd's.

Defendants.NOTICE 6 Ct. PlainLENDER'S MARGARINE
OF SUIT VIENNA SAUSAGE CRUSH DRINKS
TO:CLARA E. LEE If alive or dead her BAGELS' ,
unknown spouse, heir, deviiees,
grantees, creditor and all other parties ,
MO aE.E5VATIVESO
claiming\ through und.r or against

h.r.Who. residences or.unknown. .. 2/79c/ 0

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED mot an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage en the
following property In Bradford County. : a L
Florida through under or against her. ..
Whose Residences are unknown. -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action d
to foreclose a mortgage en the 8 Oz. Thousand Island/ 12 Oz. Frozen Concentrate
following property In Bradford County 15 Oz. Luck'sKRAFe 28 Oz. Frozen Fried
Regular/Pink Food Lion
Florida to wit:
Section 25. Township S South Range DRESSINGSjJ'ORK I & BEANS"LUCES' BANQUET CHICKEN LEMONADE289c
22 East located In the South % of the SE
1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described a*: X
Comm.nc. at the point where the
North ROW line of a county graded road I=rkif(2lklanw
(which run along the South edge of theSE /
1/4 of SW II")Intersect the Westerly 0T1
ROW of SR 225; run thence West, along
ROW of graded road to the point where
It Intersect the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1
PO
1/4 for FOB. From FOB continue West
along ROW BO feet; run thence) North.
parallel to the. East line of SI ""of SW
II", 250 foot;run thence East parallel/to
ROW 80 feet: run thence South to ROW 42 Oz. 40* Off 20 LbD8 Food Whitefish & Tuna Cat Food

230 ha.feet been to FOB.Wed: against you and you or. SURF DETERGENT | 1 CHATHAM CHUNK FRISKIESI L-

required to serve a copy of your written -
defence If any to It. on the Plaintiff'
attorney who. name and add.... I.:
Harry M. Hobbs, Esquire
Harry M. Hobbs, P>. 1 $329 I
P.O. Box 20448
Tampa. Florida 33422-0448 i
and file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before August NL-_
22. 1989; otherwise. Judgment may be ___ __
entered against you for the relief ____
demanded In the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS My hand and the teal of.sold. __ tt t t t n e
Court on July 19, 1989.
HoII.Ray Norman
Clerk Circuit Court
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N ti.'N...... ;aTO.i. YOU ic.no.ha.ARE NOTIFIED Wisconsin thai 53142 u' '
\ an action for //Ur.
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F.tTInOUf. pAAnu dissolution' of marriage has been filed ..
Pursuant la Swtlort 16t.09Jjj: a against you. You ore required to serve a [ i... .. .... .. ,, (;t ; )
Status, of ': .: \ ;) i" ; .')'"I'J'; :\ :! ; : Make Flans Now....
nolle Is.h.r by ghwri that... copy your written defenses. If any, to or. :/ ,; :, ,
undersigned, RUDOLPH THORNTON and the action on Wife's attorney who. ... ... ............. ...'. ...... : ', ': -. For the Telegraph's 110th
JOY THORNTON. MO Glendale/ name and address MYRTICE
S'.. are: R. Birthday August 10-121
Stark. Flo., 32091. |olnl owner, doing WALDO. Esq., Thorn.brook I, Suit. 1, -_ _, tG I
business und.r th. firm name of EAGLE 2727 N.W. 43rd Street, Gainesville, Fla. I
VENDING SYSTEMS OF STARKC. 560 32606 on or before August 24, 1989, and CASE NO.: 89.218CAIN UNCLAIMED MONEYI
GI.ndol.SI., Stark. Fig. 32091. 'Intend file th* original' with th* Clerk of this RE: The Marriage of F.S. 116.21
la register said llctllloui name under the Court lthr before service on Wife's attorney ROYCE A. LEAVINS, The following listed persons are
aforesaid ,tatut. or Immediately thereafter: other- Husband, notified their' money will be forfeited to
D'"" this 131h day of July. 1W. .In wise a judgment will be entered to the and the County of Bradford unless proper I
Bradford County. relief demanded 'In th. petition. SHANDY L. LEAVINS claim can be mad to th* undersignedon >Zlli!' it'/r///t' / 11D1Y1 10iy lfllll' WR7lU' ctI
4tpd 7/13-8/3 WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Wife.AMENDED or before September I. 1989:
Con'roIl26 court on the 3rd day of July 1989. NOTICE OF SUIT "
GILBERT BROWNAs NO PROPERTYTO Check Defendant/ I --Summer 89 Learning Activities a t ,
Clerk of the Court : ROYCE A. LEAVINS IT: Amount Bondsman
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4tchg 7/20.8/10 Residence Unknown. 1-1"67 $ .25 Cohen Cohen
REGISTER Con'rol13O YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action l't476 ." Lov.y.Cowon
FICTITIOUS NAME for dissolution of marriage has been 1-1633 $ 1.00 Robert I. Llnvlngton I

Pursuant 10 Section 865.09. Florida' filed against you and you are required to 1-11132 .25 Thomas Lloyd Johnson Do you know that energy can come from a garbage can? In
Statues, notice I I. hereby given that the NOTICEAPPLICATION serve a copy of your written defenses, if S-3930 $31.00 Carlos Ford
undersigned, KAREN m MICHAEL FOR REZONING any to It, on the Petitioner/Wife's attorney Sheriff Kenneth Etherldg some cities GARBAGE is processed to make ELECTRICITY
ROGER Rd. 219 A. P. O. Bon 902. CINDY M. BARTON has made appllca- whose name and address: Bradford County needed for lights, radio and television.See .
Melrose Fla. 32666 joint owners, doing. lion to the Bradford County Zoning a JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. Sheriff's Department
business under the firm name of Planning Department for r.elo..lfleo'ion Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.P. Itchg 7/27
BOUGAINVILLEA PECANS FLOWERS of th. property described below from O. Drawer 938 Con'roll"ONOTICE if you can find the names of some of the cities that use

AND GIFTS. Rd. 219 A. Melrose. Fla. HSF-I to RSF-MH-I.: Approximately 4.7 Starke, Florida 32091 "garbage power". Find out more about how they do it. Our
32666 Intcndi acres In Southeast quarter of Section 26, and file the original with the Clerk of the
to
register aid fictitious public library is a good place to start. Write and tell us what
nom. und.r the aforesaid statute. Twp 8S, Range 22E, Parcel No. above-styled court on or b.for. August OF SALE
Doled this 13th day of July. 1909 In 06053-0-00100 located In Speedvllle 24. 1989; otherwise a judgement may be FOR NON.PAYMENT you find. Send your letter to: OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Alachua County. area off SE 43rd St. on to SE 43rd Place. entered against you for the reliefdemanded OF STORAGE UNIT SUMMER '89 cia Rt. I, Box 1283 Lawtey. Fl. 32058.
7/13-8/3 Turn left at fork In road-property Is on In the Petition. Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
4tpd 'h. loft. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Florida Statute 83.806 that on August 5,
Control' PROGRAM SPONSORS The
This proposed change In classificationIs Court on this 25 day of July 1989. 1989, 11 a.m.,a sale will be held at Bldg. : Bradford Education Aieocialion (local
NOTICE subject to a public hearing to b. h.ld RAY NORMAN.CLERK 1. Unit 11 4 17 In STARKE MINI teacher union); the American Federation of Teaohere;Wheelobmtor
I will be responsible for debit owed before Bradford County Zoning Board on 4tchg 7/27-8/17 STORAGE 800 S. Walnut St.. :Starke, Fl. Technologist (leader in uatle/energy technology). The mcUoitie art
by EVELYNN W. HAMILTON any accrued Tuesday July 25 1989. at 7:00: P.M. at Cnn'roll"2 32091 phone 964.8820This sole Involves printedfret of charge a* a public leniice, by The Bradford County Telegraph.

before April I". 1989. Contact IH. the Council Room of Stark City Hall, 209 property of the following tenant
Brock. P.O. Box 1243, Metros. Fla. N. Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. At IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH and what Is believed to be stored:
32666. this lima all persons, both for and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Unit ll-.llio William, Household
ELECTIONI.
4tpd 7/13-8/3 against this proposal shall be heard as COUNTY. FLORIDA. Items.

(on'ro'12"' Codes specif led In the Bradford County Zoning CASE NO. 89351CA Unit Hems.A 17--James Rochelle, Household R E. Biggs, Mayor-Commissioner of the City'of Starke,

DAVID M. MCMILLIAN and ale Florida by virtue of the authority vested In me by law. do
of the
Th.Zoning Board will make a recommendation MARIANNE A. MCMILLIAN his wife, entire contents of unit
Th. REQUEST of FOR will BIDS to the Bradford County Commission Plaintiffs, will be made to the highest bidder. If no hereby call for a First Primary Election to be held at the City
for miscellaneous City Lawtey surplus b. taking bids Bide on this application at their bidder the sole' will be conducted pursuant Hall in the aforesaid City of qualified voters on Tuesday

must be In by 12:00 Noon property.on August 4. proscheduled hearing to be h.ldWedno.day. vsWILLIE MACK WILLIAMS and to and rental' agreement between occupant September 12. 1989 AD.. for the purpose of electing the h
1989. August 16, 1989 at 7:30 JAMES BENNETT JR.. owner
For more Information contact Bradford th. Commissioners Room of Defendants. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 following officers:
Mayor
Marvin Rosier 7823655. County Courthouse. Starke, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Control 139EH' CITY CLERK
Florida. At thl. time Bradford County DEFENDANTS,
2tehg 7/20-27 Commission will make the final decisionon WILLIE MACK CHIEF OF POLICE *
WILLIAMS and
Control' 127 the proposed application, after having JAMES BENNETT JR. CITY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 I ,
two public hearings, advertisementand
REQUEST FOR BIDS All Residence UnknownAND CrrY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
Th. City of Lawtey will be taking bids posting. persons Interested inIhls All OTHER WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
for application are h.r.by given notice INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION
building a shed and Improving existing of time and place for the two : :
building. Bids must be In by 12:00 hearings required public YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Noon, August 4, 1989. quiet title to the following property In
Director, LUCILLE GODWIN MARGARET WILLIAMS
For Information Bradford
more contact Mayor County, Florida:
Marvin Rosier, 7823655. Zoning Bradford S Planning Southi! of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW CLARA COLSON BERNADINE EARL

2tchg 7/20-27 Itchg County 7/27 1/4, Section 17, Township 6 South A* you gt older. you lose your AGNES DINKINS MARGARET MOOREJEWE1J.JOYNER
Control' 128REQUEST Con'rol0137 Range 22 East, containing 5 acres moreor ability to tat sweet foods and BEATRICE JACKSON i
. . . less. Bradford County Florida. hear high-pitched sounds. LAURAJOCKEL ETTA FAYE THORNTON
FOR BIDS has been filed against you and you are
Th. City of Lawtey will be taking bid. required to serve a copy of your written
for resurfacing a driveway. Bids must be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO defenses, if any to It on Johnny R. ALTERNATES:
In by 12:00 Noon on August 4, 1989. REGISTER Hobbs, Jr., Esquire, Plaintiff attorney, Be a Winner In the Drawings I
FICTITIOUS NAME
For more Information contact Mayor whose address Is P.O. Drawer 938
Marvin Rosier, 782-3655. PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09, Starke. Florida 32091. on or before Celebrating Telegraph's110th ELISE G. PASS RUBY HOWELL
2tchg 7/20-27 Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby given August 31, 1989, and file the original Anniversary!
Con'roll29 that the undersigned, LEWIS M. ARR- with the clerk of this court either before
INGTON Rt. 3. Box 461, Starke, Fl. service on plaintiff attorney or Immediately CLERK:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 32091 sole owner doing business under thereafter otherwise
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD the firm name of L-BAR TRAILERS, default will be entered;against for a STARKE KAY CARTER
Box 472 Stark, Fl. 32091, intends you i
COUNTY FLORIDA. Rout 3. the relief demanded In the complaint or
CASE NO:09-307-CA to register said fictitious name petition. CHURCH OF GOD In Testimony whereof. I hereunto subscribe my name and '
In R. Th. of under th. afordsald statut
GERALD: FRED Marriage FELLOWS Dated this 25th day of July, 1989, In DATED this 21st day of July 1989. 422 N.SI.Clair 904-5445 cause the Seal of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 11 th

Hu.bond.and Bradford Ray NormanAs day of July, 1989. AD.
County. Clerk of Court John Spratlin, Pastor -

4tpd 7/27.8/17 Control 141 We Invite you to worship with us
GLORY A. FELLOWS Control
H.3 Stchg 7/27-8/24 Attended Nursery RE. BIGGS

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Drugs State Bank to see the deeper meaning ol AUTO SALVAGE 1
Nature. matchless wonders Located oft 100 S, toward I Keyjtona. W. Buy Junk a Salvageable Can
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Starkes Only Homo Owned aky.the pattern of a sublime plan Eves. 964-5898

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ORION'S AUTO AND CHINA GARDEN Into -spiritual Oodl Hla relationship House brings with us iJII1II. EPPS MOTORS NORTON TELECOMMUNICATIONS'

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US 301 N. Starke Complete Tire Shop & Auto Fertilizer Seed & Farm Supplies From all 01 u. .l Western Steer
964-6600. Worship this week and every week Repairs Superior quality homes at US 301 South
church of choice affordable prices 2226 N. Temple Avenue '
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1018 N. Temple 964-6401 HWY 301 8. 384-6833 964-7871
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NOTICE OF TAX

NOTICE

FOR SCHOOL



CAPITAL( OUTLAY OF TAXINCREASE


The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a measureto
Impose a 1.5 mill property tax for the capital outlay projects listed
herein.
This tax Is In addition to the school board's proposed taxes of
6.662 mills for operating expenses and Is proposed solely at the
discretion of the school board. THE COMBINED SCHOOL BOARD TAX
INCREASE FOR BOTH OPERATING EXPENSES AND CAPITAL
OUTLAY IS SHOWN IN THE ADJACENT NOTICE.
The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $367.954 to be The School Board of Bradford County will soon

used for the following projects: consider a measure to increase its property tax:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING levy by 26.473 percent.A .


1. Roof Replacement at Brooker and Hampton Elementary Schools. portion of the tax levy is required under law in

2. Walkways at Vocational Center order for the school board to receive
3. Paving Parking Addition Lawtey
$14,225,725 in state education grants. The

MAINTENANCE RENOVATIONS, AND REPAIRS required portion has increased by 6.049

percent, and represents approximately

1., AHERA Asbestos Compliance at Various Schools and Centers seven-tenths of the total proposed taxes.
2. Radon Compliance at Various Schools and Centers
3. Carpet Replacement at Various Schools and Centers
4. HVAC Replacement,and Repair at Various Schools and Centers The remainder of the taxes is proposed solelyat
5. Correct Deficiencies Relating to Safety-to-LJfe Health and
Sanitation at Various Schools and Centers the discretion of the school board.


BUS PURCHASE All concerned citizens are invited to a public

hearing on the tax increase to be held on July
1. Bus Purchase to 4 65 and 88
(up capacity)
31, 1989 at 7:00: p.m. in the School Board

Meeting Room at 582 North Temple Avenue,

AIL concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be Starke, Florida.A .

held on July 31. 1989. at 7:00 p.m. in the School Board

Meeting Room. 582 North Temple Avenue. Starke. Florida.A DECISION on the proposed tax increase and

the will be made this
at
DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will budget hearing.

be made at this hearing.





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BUDGET SUMMARY NOTICE
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF '." .r.J'
$16.713.494 are 6.40%
MORE THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES ." ,

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PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVY .

OPERATING lOCAL EFFORT 5.943 .

DISCRETIONARY -.719.. .
DEBT SERVICE
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CAPITAL OUTLAY -J ", \ ''
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Lawtey Chief Works Deal to Get FHP Carby


IUI'.' Rahn Robinson reiterated, "We are not year, and saw Its budget reduced
leT Staff Writer financially able to buy the car." air.Mayor Rosier then announced the from $42 959 to $35,000
In a special meeting Monday,July When Mayor Rosier asked if she need to amend the budget to reflect The Sanitation Department
24, the Lawtey council voted 3-0 to could borrow funds from water the expenditure. The motion to budget will remain at $8,556 for the )
'purchase a used Florida Highway funds, Robinson replied, "I'll haveto amend the budget and the resultingvote next year, the same as this year
Patrol car and amend the city ask Doug." Robinson was referring was the same as the former The Fire Department budget will
budget to provide for the expen- to Doug Reddish, CPA, who voting to make the purchase. be Increased from $13,629 to $16,000to
diture. handles the Lawtey account for the Later in the evening, Harris called accomodate the $12,000 annual
While there was no disagreement auditing firm, Davis, Monk, Farn- the Telegraph to report that she bad payment on the new firetruck.
between the three commissioners sworth and Co. not agreed to the purchase of the The Water Department budget
present Clerk Queenie Robinsonwas Chief Jordan told the group that he car,since the town does not have the will remain at$99,590 for the coming F1L
adament in opposing the pur- had discussed the purchase of the money at this time. budget year. The amount includesthe ..
chase of the car because the city coffers car with Commissioners Laura Harris annual $14,400 payment on the
are about dry, and the budget Emmett Bright and Bill Crouse, Workshop... water system The note was
did not provide for the purchase of a and each had agreed to the acquisition. Mayor Rosier called a workshop to originally held by the Farmer's
'patrol car this year. discuss next year's budget, Im-- Home Administration, but was
Clerk Robinison told Chief of Jordan explained the car now mediately following the council recently purchased by G.E. Capital,
Police M.M. Jordan, "You don't available was assigned to TrooperDon meeting. a subsidiary of General Electric .
have the money, and you refused to Roberts and Is in excellent condition When the workshop opened, Chief The water system was financedfor -
put a car in the budget last year The state wants$4,500 for the Jordan announced that he Is not re- 30 years, Councilman Bennett h
when the budget was being car, but will sell it to Lawtey for questing a salary increase for his said, but he isn't sure how long ago -
prepared." 4000. department in the 1989-90 budget. that was, but he thinks the ribbon
The meeting opened with three Lack of a quorum stalled action on Crouse spoke up to say, "I can't cutting was in 1976. If so, the town
commissioners resent, Mayor Mar- the police car at two previously call- approve $225 per month for council has 17 years to go on the note. __
vin Rosier, Buster Bennett and Bill ed special meetings. members. I don't think anyone can Since the meeting was a _
Crouse. Clerk Queenie Robinson and Mayor Rosier said he would rather earn that much." workshop, nothing was official, but Veteran's Given
Chief Jordan rounded out the list of have that particular car for $4,000 Crouse was referring to the only represents the recommendations Flag to City...
town officers attending the special than to purchase a new car for amount budgeted for council for the council. Two public Synlca Crlbbs, the granddaughter of Joseph Roscoe Bullington local
meeting. $14,000. salaries. hearings will be held before the pro- Call Street businessman for many years,presents the flag that draped his
Mayor Rosier asked Clerk Robin- Jordan said the council had to Lawtey council members are cur posed budget becomes official. The coffin to Starke Mayor Bobby
son if the town could pay $4,000 for apolice make a decision tonight (Monday), rently being paid $225 per month first public hearing is set to follow Janelle Loper, left,and Toy Cribs, daughters of the deceased, look on.
car, if the council decided to since tomorrow is the deadline for and according to both Harris andRosier the regular September meeting, Mrs.Loper lives In Germany,where her husband is stationed In the Army
buy one. accepting the offer. Crouse voted for the recent which may be changed from Mon- and Mrs Cribbs lives on Griffis Loop.
Clerk Robinson said, "No way. Mayor Rosier said he has raise to the $225 amount. day, September 4, since it is Labor The Hag will be mounted on a staff and placed in the conference room at I,
There's $7,239 in the General Fund authorized Streets Foreman Lit Crouse said, "I think $50 per Day. city hall, they were told by Major Biggs. I
checking account, and two outstan- Phillips to use the old police car to month is enough."
ding bills to be paid. The light bill haul inmate workers about town and
(Florida Power and Light Co.) is ap- pull a trailer containing tools. Departmental Budgets... .We want to thanf(.atCour customers for a real nice grand Opening.
proximately $1,600 and the payrolldue "The car has been In the shop 3-4 The Police Department is
Is $1,791, leaving a balance of times, and continues to run hot, operating within its budget thus far Please come bacf to see us. 1_
less than $1,500 and taxes will eat especially on a chase," the mayor in the year, with anticipatedrevenues 1f1'Terri
.that up." saId. He continued saying, "If we running just below projec-
Mayor Rosier asked if the town don't allow Phillips to use the old tions of $76,000 for the year. Clerk Jo's
has received its Fine and Forfiture police car, we'll have to buy a pick Robinson recommended reducing County Kitchen

fund check from the county. up truck for the work squad. anticipated revenues next year to U. s. 301 S. -Across from WalMart 964-8646 "TRY US b
Clerk Robinson said the check is Anyway, the old car won't bring $70,000,saying, "It is better to be low ,
usually received about the 10th of anything if offered for sale." rather than high in projecting in- SUNDAY MENU SERVED FROM 6 A.M.j 3 P.M. YOU'LL
the month, but the! county has not Crouse moved to purchase the come." LIKE US'
mailed the June check thus far in July vehicle, and recieved a second from Chief Jordan made no objection.The BAKED VIRGINIA HAM
She expects the check to be about Bennett. The 3-0 vote approved the Streets Department is runn-
$5,100. purchase,with funding still up in the ing below budgeted amounts for the Stewed Apples. Potato. 2 -.
Vegetables. Cole Slaw Hot

I Boy Scouts Camp Out in GeorgiaBoy Rolls Dessert $ Q SO '' Nice It's Fun To To People Be

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Scout Troop 70 attended summer Troop 70's Scouts participating in best-kept campsite in area 'B', and
camp at Camp Rainey Moun- this year's summer camp at Rainey Asst. Scoutmaster Greg Marshallwas
tain, near Clayton in Northeast Mountain included Jason Morin, presented with patch for com-
., Georgia from July 15 through July Doug Snyder, Jason Greene, Greg pleting the "High Adventure" pro- Hours; Mon.-Sat. Sam 11pm; Sunday 6am 3pm Free Delivery If Needed
22.The Marshall II, Patrick Hurst, Mitchell gram at camp.
Troop made a stopover at Gunter,Joshua Brewer, Cory Goetz- Troop 70 was assisted in this ven-
Stone Mountain in Georgia where man, Nathanial Whitley and Jeremy ture by donations of equipment and
they watched a laser show and Snyder. The Scouts were accom- supplies by Freeman Register III, $? -iTS''jt f'TLiquDRS '
climbed the mountain. panied by Scoutmaster Bryan Mark Mosher, Crosley Manufacturing 1_
While at Camp Rainey Mountain, Greene and Asst. Scoutmaster Greg Corp. Carl Hurst, Ward's II
the 10 Scouts earned 28 merit badgesIn Marshall.On Salvage, Burger King Restaurantand _
the following categories: Citizenship the final night of camp, Troop Keystone Lake Region Business
in the World, nature, small boat 70 I was awarded a plaque, for.the Association. '
ailing, rowing, fingerprinting, S
'basketry, leatherwork, metalwork '
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science. The scouts can DAN WAINWRIGHT ; -
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quirements for 27 additional merit .36 Years Experience All Types Electrical Work, p ,
badges in the emergency 954-9139 Single lie 3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work
preparedness, rile shooting, I
pioneering and archery.

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:"; ;'89 Dodge '89 Plymouth :?* 89 Dodge Daytona 89 Dodge Aries LE '89 Dodge Colt 89 Dodge SpiritCara"'an

Gran voyager US PB. PS. 2.5 EFI eng.. 5 spd. 4 dr. sedan pup equip. 3 dr. Hatchback. 4 spd. 4 dr. sedan. PB. PS. air.At. I
PB PS. P/seats. tilt air.Am/FM cass pkg., PB. PS. air.AT. manual. AM/FM cass. I'I'PB. '
PS.AIr. 7 pass., 5 spd. cruise.AM/FM cass., Frnt WAS $11.503 ONLY
7 Bck air. WAS $21.147 WAS $11,686 Now WAS $13.310NOW

$12,900* NOW$18flg9* ; Npy $9,932* $8,991* $6,499* $10,9001


'89 Dodge 89 Plymouth 89 Eagle Summit 89 Eagle Premier '89 Eagle Premier 89 Jeep GranWagoneer

Dynasty LE Acclaim ES LX

Sedan. luxury equip., PW. PB. PS. air.AT.AM/FM 4 dr..AT. PB. PS.AM/FM 4 dr.. PDL. tilt. P/seats. 4 dr.. Loaded!!! Cast alum. Loaded!!! Trailer ton pkg., j
Pseat. PDL, Tilt cruise. cass. cass. PW, cast alum. whls. whls. V-8.
ATtOD( ). V6.AM/FMcass. WAS $13.235 WAS $12.755 WAS $19,502 WAS $18.500 WAS $28.501 i
NOW NOW NOW
$:3.324 $14,999* *10.999* $10.289* $14.989* *13.933* $23.999*

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''Dodge 89 Full((4X4)Size) [ UNBEATABLE 1 I ILE i



AT.Wheel Rear PB.Guard.&PS.Tire AM/FM Tool package Box Cass., Ii I II



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89 ChryslerLe Baron i

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Am/FM. PS. tilt cass.CoupePB. cruise. At. air. C. -\ ; ; I

Was. $14.852

NOW /

$10.999* I \

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'89Dakota SAC _


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'89 JeepWrangler '

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ai 4WD
4'1J.

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:: NEW YORKER LANDAUFINANCING
89 Jeep '
0
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Cherokee w : ; 0
A few Landau standard features: 7fg
2WD *Crystal Key S/3OI/ I /. UltradriveBumpertoBumptii $ iiCk2C

!'.4' I dr., 6 cyl..AT. PB. PS. Owner Care yj Transmission PweivA latedProgram 1000 CLEARANCE o F9
**' .
-air. Steering.Brakes. oit O
; 'Was $17.468 Automatic 'J> Windows and CASH BACK* s '
I Temperature Control Door Locks
Conditioning AM/FMSterca
:NOW $ O1ySE K N
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Jeep 7

Cherokee _

4WD
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH HORIZON AMERICA CHRYSLER CONQUEST
LEBANON COUPE PLYMOUTH SUNDANCE
.4 dr.. 6 cyl..AT. PB. PS.
roof rack.AM/FM cass. OF1NANCJNGOR %FINANCING OR 2 9 FINANCING OR
29
29FINANCINGOR $
Was $19.332 .
$1,500 U. $750 U. $750 U. ff/OVUBACKi

.NOW I Some" Leu Baron Coupe standard feature*: With 47 standard features Including: Over 40 standard( Including: With standard features like:
$15.489
2.5%\ kiteistedEngine: .2.2 Liter Overhead Cam Electronic Fuel Injected .. 2.6 Liter Interceded
/ TUrbocharged Engine PLYMOUTH
DIsc Brakes Engine Engine Fbur-WheeTDlsc with Anti-
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: Front Wheel DriveFtpwerAsslsted tower-Assisted: Brakes '
FbarelAssts Rack-and- Lock Rear Brakes VOYAGER
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'89 : Steering Front Wheel Drive .
Jeep'Cherokee PInIon Steering 16-Inch Cast Aluminum Motor Trend'sIbpNewMlnlVfem
Message Center and MlnJ-TWp RJwer.AsslstedBrakes: Hatchback\fersatlllty Wheels
4WD Computer .Anti-Theft Security Syjtem

?'Loaded! 4 dr.. 6 cyl..AT. Get A Great Clearance Deal Now!
LPB. PS. pwr ant.. air;
jrufee, tilt AM/FM cass. ,. / The time to save is NOW TERWILLEGAR REVELS
t So come feel the magic at CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH CllRYSLERPLl'MOUI'II.INC.JOW' .
= 141 W*at Madison Street 1050 N.Orange Avenue
|:was r,7 $22.811 i : ChryslerPlymouthdealer Starke.FT Green Cove SP r1n(!s.FL
TEA ((904 964-9000 (904 284-246
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.FL St Auguatlne.FL 'fuJ .FL
Cherokee 4WD (904)) 72S-730O (904 829-531 (904 26J-2840

4 dr.. loaded. trailer tow pkg..

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i 3523 ReId StreetPoUitluuFL 1736 Caaaat Avenue U.S.Highway 90\\bitPl'
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WE ARE NOW IN OUR
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School Band BEERFOOTConcepts



InstrumentsFor


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or Rent cTft'// \ Two Choices Great Prices I

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Choose r .. .
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6300 4 Head HQ VCR

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We Repair
Hour Tapes fi'
VCR &
Weekend 3 For -- Sound Systems

$ o

500/0 #7515
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TABLE
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Don't Think You Have to Rent or to'S.. Great 1ture. lI.toIV 0 ""' .


Purchase Out of Your Town Instrument, Even if the From : 'lI" $279 bo:: I

Bandmaster Says ,So ....

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: HOME ;ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPT! 11QQ :25 OO "I

I erlbat Visage Shoppin 8646948RENT CenterrUS'SOl''South Starke.' per mo. e.., I

Pay 439 ::, I

$4000 I I I I III 1111,1, III
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19"oi.gon.i PORTABLE
COLOR TV
mo. 26'Dl.goiMl
per REMOTE CONTROL
FISHER r 50 WATT
A MOVIE AUDIO RACK
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COMPONENT = =-- --- .
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Get FREE Home MC AM-FM 723BK Dual Tuner Cass

TUNER PlayerTurntable

Delivery DUAL PLAYERSPORTABLE CASS. / Quality Speakers

SPEAKERS ':: Pay Only

$299 OR __ =- =- $499
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Rent Movie from Nothing Down
a $25 per mo. only

Home Entertainment [IS FISHER* ,40 per mo.

100 & 120 WATT SYSTEMIN
Concepts and Buy a STOCK & ON SALE ,

Pizza from Vito's Pizza CAMCORDER G69808
8.1 Power Zoom ,
Vito will deliver Up To'2 Hours 40 Minutes
..... Record Playback

BOTH for the normal Fade Hi-Speed In/Out Shutter

price of the Pizza and Tune Self Timer Lapse Record

Movie. VHS Index $1 099 or'$75. per mo. }

I ALL GE SONY FISHER 10% OFF, II
<..a w}: H Radios on Sale 1
Ca11
Call Buy Any Sony T.V. We HareThe DOC
In Stock,Get FREE Movies App>po e4 OB Radio, I''
964.6946For 19 TV-15O FREE Rentals
964-5509 19-2O"TV-200 FREE Rentals 54.95
Movies 27"'TV-400 FREE Rentals '- '
For Pizzas Rent. S,Moytcs
Delivery of Movies tfl 9 P m. Rent 1 MovieMonThurs
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Get 2nd Movie ,.t ? MQpies ,
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I 1st Baptist Church Wins I a l.r 'w



League Softball TitleThe


First Baptist Church of ticipated in the Softball league.Last ,
J Lawtey won first place in the 1989 year the team placed fourth.
Church League Softball competitionthis Rev. David McNeill, assistant
summer, (April through June), pastor, and Tommy Wise were
played under sponsorship of the coaches for the team.
tarke Recreation Department.The .
Church was presented with a League Standings:
large first place trophy and each w L
player received an Individual Lawtay....pt/.t/ I 2
trophy. Pint Mthadl.>l 7 3
This is the second year that the Jr.Stan t 4 ,
t First Baptist Church has nar-


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: v Smiling Faces of the Champions...
August 1 14-i2 : Norman David Norman, Kelly,Greg Wise, Kevin Wise, Lee Casey, and
The Church League Softball Championship teammembers from the David McNeill

Lawtey First Baptist Church are shown holding their Individual trophies.The Kneeling In Front: Kenneth Goetzman, Paul Norman, Tommy Wise,
team Is In the center.
n trophy Joseph Starling, Donny Wise Charles Dalton and son, Matthew.
Back row(Ito r): David Starling Billie GaliU. Kenny Norman,Rrobert



Christmas in July Sale MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth County


on Hwy. 100, Next to Pinehurst Variety

Hundreds of Items Reduced Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendo Budget...

and VCR Rentals Available
f ran page 1 A

20-50 % Monday-Wednesday 2 Movies for $3.00 cash carryovers'/ hoping something
Movies $1.OO Each would come up.
All
Thursday are
"There will be no carryover funds
Q.t'JJ1 Frl., Sat. & Sun. $2.80 Each this year," said CPA Farnsworth,
20% Down 20% Down Rent 3, Get 2 FREE "Every dime(in last year's budget)
,will have been used," he told the
l ..
will Lay Away will Lay AwayTil SATURDAY RENTALS KEEP FOR 2 DAYS I board.

Til Dec.,23 Dec. 23 Last year a carryover of near$1.5
& gift Nintendo Games $1.50 Each million was used to balance the
Je-tveCry budget, Farnsworth said, so If the
Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea. Day
104 W. Call St. 964-7271 requests were the same this year as
ljafery r, we. VCR Cleaning & Repair FREE Estimates last, "you would be starting out$1.3
Downtown Starke isa a Mastercard "
million down.
104 Itf.CafCSt.,Starlet,ff. 32091 964-5740 Sources of revenue now identifiedwill

produce about $6.8 million, including -
revenues from debt service,
according to County Clerk Ray Nor-


I TER Wl LLEG AR MOTORS risen man.Budgeted to$9.1 million expenditures after addition have now of

debt service and inclusion of a 4 per-
cent raise across-the-board for coun-
,. ., ; -. :. ; ;/. {-., ;V : ty employees, leaving a short of
about $2.3 million still to be con-
sidered.
Raising millage to the 10 mill cap
now allowed by state law would
generate $918,028 in new revenue,
still leaving a budget deficit of$1.382
million.
I
A special assessment of up to$125
per household Is being mentioned as
a possible source for additional in-
come.Even with this added income,
estimated to be just over$1 million,
a minimum deficit of$325,000 would
remain. Some cuts will have to be
made somewhere, the commissionsays.

.
The special assessment of $125
would finance operation of the jail to
89 GL f cost $588,000, the public library
costing$175,000, and the emergency
medical services budgeted at
$333,518,according to CommissionerJoe
Riddick, totaling about $1.1
N million.A .
special assessment must be ap-
proved by the municipalities in the
county before it can all go to the
0 county, according to law. Whetherthis .
,.
e '. could be accomplished quick
a
i aunamumnmrIfrKZHDI) ... enough to be included In this year's
:8
7bt168stlstaml 1i1( +:s'li budget,or at all,remains a question.




4 4D"ATAi"TiltSp..dConhc' $ 225* M ? 4 4 NepotismRule.



Light Group *
0
$
AM/FM Stereo ...

Power Doors & Locks PER MO. -xLT With Freo Air 199 rr-p.g.1AMcLeod
N AM/FM Cass Tachometer
-Chroma Step Bumper expressed concern that the
-SlIdin.RearWlnd"y rule might put the school board in a
I_ PER MO. corner In which an administrative
E candidate would not be fairly judged
because Is wife, daughter, brother
88 1/2 HATCHBACK = father or mother teach In a schoolwhere
Y [Is) ]((9Ju J iLcJ) ( principal.he/she Is a candidate to be



__4I Ic=&_ .n II Other than McKInney's letter,
Schlofman said he'd had no phone
FULL SIXE calls on the issue.
"All this board hopes to do is let
BRONCO XLT fairness rule for each and every
family in the county," Schlofmansaid.
OREDDIE
.
BAUER s$ a Supt. Duncan said the board has
authority to set whatever rule it
wants, but suggested cutting the
2 Dr. AM/FM G.\--,, '. nepotism rule, which means
Power v favoritism or patronage, to the Immediate -
Digital ClockInstrumentation \P family.
"If you're determined to have a
| Group FROM nepotism policy I'd suggest you
.$17 651 come back down," Supt. Duncan
.After Rebate+Tax&Title PER MO. said. i
The objections were voiced In a
SAVE $6,000 public bearing on the proposed
1989 nepotism rule. Later In the same
1989 E15O CLUB WAGON WITH QUAD CAPTAINS CHAIRS AND SEAT BED meeting Monday night, the school
V __f Crown Victoria 302 V-8 Engine,Automatic Overdrive Transmission. Only one In stock board look up the nepotism rule
1 Trailer Tow, Power Window./Door.Locks,Speed Control $ *>' nnI separately.Schlofman.
I $1,6OO Cash Rebate Tilt Wheel High Cap A.C.JCLT Pkg and much more NOW J.O f 500.xx. moved its acceptance,
got a second and and proposed rule
I was on the floor for discussion in its
'86 DodgeOmni -t83C144dC; Truck '87 Ford Super t88 BUICK LT 'S6 Chrysler t86 Ford Ranger original form, Including in-laws.

AT AIr Stereo Spt.WheeIIt. L ow M1IeiI.AT Y-S.Air Cab XLT Ranger Ara Cyl.PW.P4 spt. lath Avenue 5 Sp AJr 39.00/1 MI
Velour Interior muacu1ate. Bumper 5 Sp/IJr.Stereo, wneel .23,000 miles Wire WheeJa.Blue JnteJtor. Supt. Duncan, In recommending
Extra Clean Qukk Sale the board cut back to the immediate
,$4,995 family said that only once in his five
$4,895 X1,0,495.
XZ995 $7,495 $6,495 years has an administrator had a
daughter teaching in his school,and
that was because the daughter had
married and Duncan was not
t familiar with the married name.
erwillegar Motors ,Ask About Our Chairwoman Evelyn Chastain
asked foe motion to cut back to the
Immediate! family. Getting none,
V Ms.Chastain relinquished: the chair,
UFETIME and moved to delete in-law from the
964-7200 Statewide 1.8 O-329.FORD" 473-FORD'' Fs ( SERVICE favoritism rule: Board member

388-FORD Heights ..c=r.. James(Cobby)Wainwright Jimmy
Starke 371-1O96 Keystone GUARANTEE
: Scott and Scholfman voted for the
209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville' State Road 21 amended rule; Board Member
I James Watson opposed.f'ag" .

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Construction Begins- Again- on Controversial New Nursing, Home I


by Butter Rahn about nine months, with completionof According to information obtainedin the purpose of developing the Starke Starke commission meeting that a Telegraph,since telephone numbersof
aCT SleH Wrt.rAfter the facility early next year. an Administrative Hearing facility. Bradford Investment was $3.5 million loan has been secured corporate officers could not be ob-
dormant for two The yet to be named nursing home September 13, 1988 owner- incorporated and land for the nurs- for the construction. tained.
construction lying has resumed on years the continues to be owned by the original stockholder James McCarver,presi- ing home was bought in the BII FCC operates several nursing The Office of Secretary of State in
120-bed second Starke nursing home petitioners for the certificate of need dent of FCC,joined with James Hall, name. homes in Florida, the nearest being Tallahassee records McCarver'shome
located at SR-100 and Laura Street.A (CON), Florida Convalescent a licensed nursing home operatorand The construction has been delayedfor Palm Gardens in Gainesville, but address as being in Dallas.
workman on the site said the Centers (FCC) or Its subsldary, experienced developer of nurs- lack of adquate financing.It was the structure of the Starke facility Texas, but was unable to furnish a
proposed construction should take Bradford Investment, Inc. (BII). ing homes,to form a r or Dotation for reported at a Tuesday, July 18, could not be determined by The

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Of Boaters PassengersBoat Safety ResponsibleFor END OF YEAR CLEARANCE


operators can be held respon-
sible for the safety of their I II
passengers and may face criminal 1989 S-1 I
and civil: liability for accidents, ac-

Water cording Fish was to Commission.Such the the Game case for.and Michael Fresh TAHOE PKG I if E r i iic

Dale Brown, 8274 Concera Court,
Jacksonville when the boat he was 5 SP AIR CARPETff I1\\
driving was involved in a boating accident ,
: resulting in injuries. RWL TIRES .
Brown and friends were skiing in '
Sampson Lake, located near Starke CUSTOM STRIPE
when the accident occurred. The
female skier apparently fell and was
AM-FM CASS
about to be retrieved from the water
when the accident happened.Brown SLIDING WINDOW r'
thought the vessel was out of gear
and pulled near the victim. Instead
the outboard was in idle and turnedin
a slow left turn with the outboard 00'PER
motor moving directly into the vic- $159
tim. The victim was struck on the
lower left leg, severing the leg ap- MO. cj"ySft ga gY,
proximately six inches below the x '3

knee.Brown was charged with careless TOTAL PRICE m '
operation and culpable negligence in $9,888THE 0
the accident due to injuries sufferedby .
the victim and the fact that the .
accident could have been easily
prevented by simply turning the
motor off,said Lt.David Thompson CAR FOR THE90fS /
Wildlife Enforcement Officer with
the Commission. __ \7 -J'
Everyone should understand that IS HERE TODAY _
boats can be lust as deadly as

I registered automobiles in and Florida with,700,000 our water-boats. You have to visit our showroom to see the all new
ways are becoming more congested.It

carelessness only takes to cause-a moment life-time of of preview viewing of the '-' I" ..-

grief,said Thompson.Outboard .
motors can be especially f;' ,I, i
dangerous to skiers and persons falling
overboard because of their un-
I IIHIIMAPayments/
protected propeller, cautioned 1990
Thompson.The ; *
following safety tips were of- Only
fered for all boaters. OTS" OD
PS PB
When retrieving anyone from Ml M 29 j
the water be sure and turn the motor
off. Tilt Cruise $12,995 per
2.Always use an observer In the ,
boat whenever someone is skiing. mo.
3.Wear personal flotation AM-FM Cass.
device.
t '
4.Never use alcoholic beverages
while boating.
These tips and others can be foundIn *$1995 Down + Tax, Title, 66 mo. financing, 10.95 Apr W.A.C.
the Commission's Safe Boating
Tips brochure available by calling l
758-0525 or writing Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission, Rt. 7, Box
I 440,Lake City 32055.



FLORIDATWIN THEATRE ft, 4 [! \ COMPLETE BODY SHOP PAINT SPECIAL+ JOB )



Starke 964-5451 + $45000 I inc. Factory Paint
i Open Every Night & Minor Repairs

STARTS FRIDAY JULY 28
-- COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK
4*** Estimates Free Estimates
wf-*n Free
KARATE KID I .
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Tommy Fanik
Steve Lee Terry Blakeslee Jerry Miller
Jinn Farris Sales Manager
PART IIIWJI

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I SCREEN TWO I
L NOW SHOWING 1988 Beretta 1987 Tahoe 1986 F-150: Says, Get Your Car Ready for

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111111NICHOLSON] : ,5'Air I SP, Stereo PS PB, .;V%i, Blazer V-8 Lariat Coupons good_Summer"_ through- July-- :J989_ __ '

0 Fire Engine $6,450' PB.Cruise PD&LAMFM $8 495 Tilt PW,,CruiseTwo PB. $ C 695 rMrGodw'= ;;= AIR 'Z IGoocIw..nchALIGNMENTS :
Red1978Ponfiac J ...
,
Cass Tone I CONDITION CHECK UP 11 nd e $AQ95J I
KEATOH $1995 i'1 ate: I R

1989 Olds 1987 Ford f.. ..1__ ___ ________
Burger King pr.i.nU Cutlass Supreme -:-- .::------::: ------------1
FREE Children's UOT!. Trans Am J Mr.Qeoclwraiieh ENGINE 11 Mr'. Wed..August 3 Low Miles Ranger ] TUNE SPECIAL i! OVERHAUL, I
l+E(Nn/AdvENn* uA Fully Loaded II
Mint Condition yr. 4 VOH,4 SP I ,4 ae $4993a, -1"" :" = $1599FILTER
ONf n) 50,000. 23,000 oIlg111tyhiCjler I
$ ? $ I II
Qabo.tlbe. $2,995 10 488 Refiner 4,995 ..___________.. --- --------
VMOttiaoCtetjmvfrMtfclMt .. ----- -----
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..t0M swtr :-v..oodwNllch LIFE, OIL al Ur.Odwrench COOLING
Win*in t A 1989 3/4 Ton 1986 FordAerostar SERVICE SPECIAL I lrabM SYSTEM FLUSH

Van i BB ij-sss i- I
Passenger XLT $1995 : $4495 I
301 DRIVE-IN .
pet .!'J.S64700O -----------
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I BCTs Anniversary Edition Has Something for EveryoneIndian

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attacks,wagon trails,cour- the current news. This paper will be Fame. is still being planned, Interspersed stadium cushions, glass coffee
thouse wars, Civil War heroes, Telegraph's 110th comparable(and hopefully even better SATURDAY, AUGUST 12: A with live music by Arnie Hauger's mugs, and stadium cups, all com
orange trees, local inventors Mode ) than our 100th edition releasedin street dance complete with Southbound Band all during the plete with the Telegraph 110th
Ts, industry, local black history,the Celebration is 1979. We have many never- smoked/BBQ chicken dinners will evening. theme.
Roaring '20s, the Great Depression, Sure be released photographs, personal pro- begin at 6 p.m. Saturday In We're even having drawings giving
to
World War II, railroads, ExcitingFor files on well-known residents, many downtown Starke on Call Street. The Jewelettes from Macclennywill away money and souvenir items,
agriculture, town founders, schools, EveryoneIn interesting facts and features you 1,000 chicken dinners will be cooked be performing at 8 p.m. These so watch out for thaw" tool
newspapers, politicians... If you're won't want to miss! This will be a and served by Lawtey Unlimited, seven women will surely generate
interested in any of these topics, or case you haven't heard yet, The collector's item for sure I who will keep the profits from the much excitement with their ex- What can be better than good old
110 years worth of others, have we Bradford County Telegraph is dinners for donation to worthy com- huberance and vitality, not to men fashioned fun and celebrating?
got a paper for youl celebrating its big 110th anniversary FRIDAY, AUGUST 11: An open munity causes. A concession stand tion their costumes and songs I Come on out! Bring your family and
The Bradford County Telegraph August 10, 11, and 12. Make plans house/reception will be held at the will be set up and staffed by Other entertainment is still in the friends! Bring a lawn chair! Meet
Union County Times and Lake now for these eventsTHURSDAY : Starke KOA Friday evening not onlyto Downtown Merchants Assn.,headedby stages, folks, so keep tun- and greet your neighbors! Do some
Region Monitor are publishing a AUGUST 10: A celebrate the Telegraph's anniversary Glenda Epps, for further use in planning I toe-tapping, knee-slapping, belly-
special issue Aug. 10 examining in- huge historical edition will be released but also to honor Gene their prelects. Souvenir items are being laughing, and hoe-downing!
teresting, and sometimes little ,with about 6 sections of historicalnews Matthews' recent appointment to delivered weekly, so keep your eye Don't miss our birthday party...
known, historical facts about the and pictures and 2 sections of the Florida Press Assn.'s Hall of Good,old fashioned entertainment. on these items also T-shirts we'll be looking for YOU!
three areas. The issue is planned in
honor of the 110th Anniversary of the
Telegraph, which was founded in

1879.If you're interested in our Wiziz-; *
heritage, pick up an Issue on Thurs- .xze
day, Aug. 10. This issue Is one you'll
want to hang on to. And don't
forget... You're invited to a party I
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FPL Seeks ApprovalTo

Lower Winter

Electric ChargesFlorida

Power Light Company's
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3 million customers can expect a :S!
percent decrease ikn electricity PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING' WINN.DIXIE LOCATION:
charges this winter, the utility STARKE PREMIUM GRADE
reported July 10. 470 WEST"MADISON, STREET
FPL, in documents filed with the

residential Florida projects Public a bill 1,000 of Service$74.89$3.87 kilowatt-hour Commission below, YOU DON'T HAVE LEG&Glft'ERS& '

electric prices currently in effect \
and among the lowest bills in the last
five years. The reduced charges, :s
subject to PSC approval, would be
effective from October l-March 31, TOSPENDA

1990.Slightly lower fuel oil prices, Y,..
coupled with the benefits of FPL's fr
ability to use a variety of economicalfuels
are projected to help reduce
winter bills. FPL's fuel mix includes 9-11 LB
nuclear power, natural gas,oil,coal .1 FORTUNE TO MAKE

and utilities.power purchased from other %,%; .;.1; ;., PKG.w4f 31

The PSC has scheduled hearingsin /, U h
August on FPL's request as partof Ali Q Qdig1.1
the commission's twice-annual !
review energy conservation of utility costs programs for fuel and, A GREAT MEAL LB.

projects to reduce the use of fuel oil. -

I 1' The surest way to save is to shop Winn-Dixie because
GOLD KIST GRADE 'A'BREAST
HRS 1/,1
Recruiting Food Expert we have Low Prices everyday We know that if you could FRYER $198
Members for CouncilThe / . La
get a better value someplace else, you would. With over

Rehabilitative Dept.Services of Health(HRS) is& j* .> 10,000 Everyday Low Prices Winn-Dixie is working to give '

recruiting members for the District you the Lowest Total Food Bill.
3 Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental
Health Planning Council.
Planning Council members act as
advocates and help develop the FILL. YOUR FREEZER SALE.
District 3 and state comprehensiveplans .
for delivery of alcohol, drug ,. !:, .
J .rr f.r1OJSH2!
abuse and mental health services in i I t .} .
16 North Central Florida counties. 99'r
SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $
District 3 includes Alachua, Bradford PORK 0 MADISON BRAND 5 IB. 22
Citrus, Columbia, Dixie, SELECT LEAN SMALL 'Dt $89 . BOX
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Hernando, PORKSPARER1BS RIBLETS . poi CORN DOGS 1
Lafayette,Lake,Levy, Marion,Put- FLANDERS
nam, Sumter, Suwannee and union SMOKED $90 std $498
Counties. NECKBONES I : BEEF PATTIES . BOX I
$399
The council especially needs applicants -
with law enforcement orJudicial $1599 RANGE BRAND BOX BONELESS $237
$699 3iaMS.
: backgrounds and applicants / o-L I 0LL CHUCK STEAK .
from Hamilton, Marion, Sumter and BOX SLICED BACON poi
Union Counties. B-LB. BUNDLE: 3-LB. ROAST 3LB. STEAK
The council holds monthly .lB.ITIAKCUBED SUGAR LAKECHICKEN ALL BEEF $A'

meetings reimbursement, and for members travel and receive meal SIRLOIN m$!21 99 PATTIES in BOX $599 BEEF PATTIES ."eox" III 295

expenses.For TIP . P11G.
more information and to app-
ly, please send your name and address
to the Alcohol,Drug Abuse and
Mental Health Planning Council, EVERYDAY t t
1000 N.E. 16th Ave., Bldg. I EVERYDAY LAW PRICE '
+ Gainesville(904)395-1070., Fl. 32609, or call LOW PRICE .


Conservation

Comments... I I INEIM

Fletcher Stephens -

District ConservationistWhile '
the current season is win- TAKE HOME

harvested ding down and with tobacco watermelons drying on the DINNER PACK i

racks, farmers would benefit from a BARBECUE
look at fall winter and spring crop EVERYDAY i
planning. Land preparation plans IICWOEI'SPARERIB DINNER. LOW PRICE I A
need to oe made, specifically which _
fields to plant, how many acres and .l&POTATO WUO t2'b '
which crops. Economic decisionscan U.8UWLOW $ 9 9
: FRENCH MEAD
be complex and without questionare 5U Of rosE 9 I
often difficult. But consider two '
farmers' axioms "Plant the best IHOUGIt FOIIt EA.
and leave the rests'and"Improve an
operation before getting bigger", In
other words, look at current HERRLICH HONEY CUREDor
economic conditions to determine VIRGINIA '
cost and returns.There is no need to IVI.YD., .ow .RICI.
expand an operation if it's losing BAKED HAM ALL VARIETIES THRIFTY MAID
money. It will just lose morel CHOCK FULL O' NUTS
Deciding which fields are best ULTRA BLEND MEDIUM
suited for planned winter and spring $229 COLA MEIN'' PEAS
crops, such as small grains or COFFEE
clovers, can at least help with ex- ti.F (:
pected yields. A soil survey can be 0
used by the farm manager to deter- 9 8 $1 gg 61
4 'LTR
mine which fields respond under '
.. 1kz.
high, medium or low levels of ..,... CREAM or BTL. SIZE- CAN
ION
management.For example,would a
legume cover crop of hairy indigo or
white clover benefit the soil based on MERINGUE PIES SUITCASE REGULAR or NATURAL LIGHT 1000 ISLAND VLASSIC SWEET
soil test results? Also, should a no- ,BUSCH \HTf99 KRAFTDRESSING $168 15.1.. SSc
till corn or soybean crop follow BEER '. . . tAIlS: I . GERKINS . JU8IN.
winter rye wheat or oats? .
Chemical and fertilizers need to .$299 WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST THAN.'GROCERIES.
be selected now if cropping systemsare SIZE ALL VARIETIES .
planned*Among soil propertiesthat LAM WITH LIGHT KIT'DAILYHAM.TURKIYorfllT'
affect of soils for PEPSI :''' MEDIC
use farmingand T CEILING

I ranchlrg of sand; silt decisions, and clay are,the acidity content MARS Hill FRESH FRESH979 III a COLA .' FAN ASPIRIN'_ '' ASPIRIN

and alkalinity,flood hazard,depth to E oj, '..
water table, natural drainage, SANDWICHES I" 1 :!
credibility, and organic-matter. content vosRlnles 12-PI($290 ANTIQUEBRABaor ggoDONUTS
To, and determine fertility. whether a soil JUMBO CAKE 3 $100'. CANS: : BRIGHT BRASS42IN.$2903 --:c-.i 25D-CT.ITL.

survey of your area is available call . FOI SIZE
the Soil Conservation Service Office, FReSH UAIIID UROUNOV, CHABLIS BLANC VIN ROSE, RHINE, 4..eM'or...-... TUB CINNAMON or MINT
i tM- 28O,ext.289.A field visit can be GA1UC CHEESE $439 or BLUSH ; Aa
GNAKLLH'AOsuaREDROSS pEPS ODENT
arranged by a conservationist to : 99" $256
discuss conservation managementof MEAD ROUNDS & I TABLE WINE. li:,..$398 TOOTHPASTE . IA. DENTAL RINSE : 11Tf
Mill and plan cropping systems.
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I Starke Stars Bound for NationalsBUY .

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By Mark Frledlln also a third place finish In the night,Wednesday.August 2. son."Coach McGrUT commented.
BCT Staff Writer SRD 12-team men's church The team Is batting at a hot "Some of our players have beenIn
HERE PAY HERE The Starke Stars Senior Boys league. rate of over .545. according to the program here for the past
WE FINANCE 19-and-under slowpltch soft- The Stars are finishing up the statistics released by Head seven years. We hope we can
ball team has qualified for the season with three extended Coach Jerry McCriff and Is av- make a good showing at nation-
15th Annual Junior Olympics league games this weekend and eraging over 10 runs per game als. This Is the big one and the
E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy National Softball Tournamentto will play two exhibition games giving up an average of Just 5.9 team Is fired up about It."
be held August 3-6 In against the top Inmate teams at .per game. Donations are still being ac- ..
Deals With E-Z Wheels Cadsden Alabama. LWCI In Lawtey Sunday Jury 30 The Star's record against other cepted for the Stars' trip and :
The Stars are currently sport- at 1:30 p.m. junior Olympic teams In their anyone who wishes to make a :
Ing an outstanding 31-12 The stars will practice Monday own age bracket this season Is donation may contact the
(904)964-7783 win/loss record for the regular morning.July 31st and Tuesday. 10-4. Starke Recreation DepartmentIn
TOMMY BRAY 1320 N.Temple Avenue season after a fifth place finishIn August 1st at 1:30p.m. "We have a lot of experiencewith person or call 964-6792. "
Manager Starke. FL 32091 Moultrle Georgia: a third The team will board buses to mostly 19 and 18 year old Checks should be made payableto
place finish In Tifton Ga. and departing for Gadsden at mid players on the team this sea- the youth Softball associa-

::::-- -- tion.Opening ceremonies and the

nst round of games begin In

,. Ir Gadsden Thursday. August 3 at

f 6 p.m. (Central Standard Time). ::


cI PRICES GOODTHURSWED. Public Invited ::

I ., To Open House
/ k JULY 27-AUQ. 2. 1989
At Jail Annex
OICE QUANTITY RIGHTS .
IEET! ... :....t /4 _RESERVED......_.. Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge will :
: .e" "_' '_ host an Open House of the new annexat ..
the Bradford County Jail from 2 to
SPECIAL TRIMMED U.S. 6 p.m. Friday July 28.
The interested public is invited to
CHOICE PEELED W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED tour the newly completed facility.


WHOLE ROAD i i STEDW.D SMOKED. Applications-July Deadline For Hunt 28



TURKEY I MM TO MCK UTM I by Carolyn Eav.s
HAM
SIRLOIN TIPS Staff
LATf IT MWM V TMWHMMM ICT WrIUrSportsmen
COUKM WOPOOOOAICTTI interested in any of
VOUU several south Florida hunts
I .a oov.o""oru..wru...... supervised youth hunts have until or
ovu n.o.am r..agwurrw July 28 to apply to the Game and ..
These whole) .v..w..r= Fresh Water Fish Commission.
...
Sirloin Tip have IOCK Applicants will be selected at ran- .
been trimmed of $ dom to participate in tracked-
all excessat to 9 7 10 L B. SLICED vehicle hunts in the Everglades
%". Sliced free & UP Rotenberger and Holey Lana
Into steaks and FREE wildlife management areas
roast and puked (WMAs). Also up for grabs are per-
In family pack. I STORE I fl mits for muzzleloading gun and walk
An excellent hunts in the Rotenberger WMA and
value! HOURS airboat hunts in the Everglades and
8-12 LB. Francis S. Taylor WMA.
8 A.M Due to high water conditions we

LB. AVG. LB. TIL LB. did Everglades not issue and airboat Francis permits S. Taylor for the

U P.M. WMA last year said Eddie White,
the Commission's quota hunt coor-
W-D BRAND U.S.CHOICE BONELESS FRESH MARKETGROUND HICKORY SWEET dinator. But those interested in
SIRLOIN TIP ROAST $237 receiving permits this year still
$127 $199
La. TURKEY LB. BONELESS HAM. La have to apply. +
Permits to hunt in the John G.and
Susan H. Dupuis Wildlife and En-

vironmental Area also will be issued
FARMSTEAD BONELESS a LEAN MEATY CELEBRITY
by random selection. The Dupuisarea
3V LBS. DOWN
FRESH SLABHAMS in Palm Beach and Martin
faraukadTPUMClT PORK counties was added to the Commis-
'- SPARERIBS ( BACON Community' sion's wildlife management area
StiHv system In 1988. This fall makes the
L Bank first time the area will be open to
1u1i4i$997 970 = oi'KliirkvAVAILABLE public hunting.
$167 Applications for any of the hunts
THESE SERVICES :
LB, L9 are available at regional officies of
Traveler'Checks
LB' the Commission. :
Savings
Account Credit Card Applications
_." Loan Applications! Money Orders
W.O BRAND U.S.CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE SELECT LEANCENTER Certificates ol Deposit Night Depository Apply Early T
SIRLOIN TIP ,lli257 BEEF $A97 CUT $297 Money-Market Accounts Notary Public For SFCC ;;

STEAK . . La BONE STEAKS La PORK CHOPS. La HOURS: 1 i.m... All recent high school graduatesand
p.m.
Srmarkrt other individuals planningto
W-D REGULAR THURS. S FRI. 9 I.m."p.m. any
classes at Santa Fe
FRANKS or OAK CREEK LEAN SATURDAY 8a.m.2p.m. BallkW"BOLOGNA Community start college College in the Fall Term
58c $187
. ft 99 SLICED BACON Il.z"t. GROUND CHUCK. La are urged to come by the Andrews
Center in Starke and complete ap-
SELECT LEAN S LBS.cw MORE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS plication to the college.
ECONOMY 77 TOP SIRLOIN BACON With the recently installed new
$1
PORK CHOPS. u STEAK u $397 ENDS & PIECES sAt 99C IBM Computer, the College is now
able to administer the CPT Place-
ment Test to students individually.The .
':; :? EVERYDAY HARVEST test is scheduled by appoint-
; PRICE EVERYDAY ment and there is still time duringthe
EVERYDAY LOW summer for students to take the
= LOW PRI CE LOW PRICE FRESH test before the Fall rush.
Financial Aid packets are
; = PRODUCE available and there is still time to
apply for a Federal Grant to help
C cover college costs.
The Fall 1989 schedule has a

,,.. i [ ..! ; 1 Nature makes the produce. record German 52 offerings Anatomy including classesIn and

WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Physiology. Ballet and Modern
1 Dance will be taught at Bradford
ALL VARIETIES High School by Dance Alive the
SUP HBRAND SFCC resident dance company..
ORANGE JUICE CALIFORNIAPLUMS In addition to basic classes, the
$ 48 / schedule also includes a large varie-
ty of classes in Business,Accountingand

1 CL Spanish Computers.Class Piano Beginning
a 68 Drawing Real Estate Principles
: First Aid and Public Speaking are
among the many classes of interestto
the general public.
The Fall Term begins August 24
HARVEST FRESH and ends December 19.
The SFCC Andrews Center Is open
V..YDAY\'LOW\ .'CI' IVEMYDAY LOW PRICK- IVIRYDAV LOW' _MICE_' FLORIDAAVOCADOES daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to
BLUE BONNET serve you.Please drop by your local
MARGARINEQUARTERS BANQUET REGULAR college and see what It has to offer.
BEEF or CHICKEN 2 $109 $138 For information call
lit more
: I RICE ARON . c t DINNERS. . si1l 964-5382.
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I 79 Y
SUPERBRAND SARA LEE
I 98C '.s $159 EA. Make Plans Now....
COTTAGE CHEESE US LAYER CAKES Rio For the Telegraph's 110th
8 COUNTRY FRESH SLICED LEAN CUISINE DELUXE Of PEPPERONI
10-121
$15 Birthday August
3-PK. IMITATION FRENCH BREAD $ 00
99. .2
PKG. CHEESE . . sly PIZZAS . ,.. V HARVEST FRESH Help us Celebrate Our 110th
FARMERS CHOICE LIMES Birthday August 10121Be
KRAFT SWISS MIXPUDDING SHOESTRING O IkI.79'C'

GRAPE JELLY . u.a.99c . Rte flL 99 POTATOES . i C a Winner In the Drawings
Celebrating Telegraph's110th
1 0
"Jif( MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM HEADLESS YOUR 41/50-CT.SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. rEA.HARVEST Anniversary!

PHARMACY WHITE SEA Come Join In our STREET

SHOP OUR WINN-DIXII PHARMACY SHRIMP SCALLOPSOCEAN DANCE Aug. 12. celebrating
For Your Prescription Needs. Our p FRESH the Telegraph's 110th

pharmacists are available to answer 9 $ 9 9 CABBAGE . u 25e99e Anniversary t
prescription questions, advise $56 5 PRUH
you of low cost generic drugs when FISH ERMA GRIIN.
available, have computerized recordMfARF..n LBo LB. LIFE AND PRAISE MINISTRIESP.O.
PEANUTS .
keeping for your convenience, accept SYH SEAFOOD a a Laall .DRAWER039
STANCE.FL 33091
major third party prescription I'M'" 26/30-CT TAXING (904) 116....
plans including PCS-PAID and PERCH $ 69 JUMBO WHITE 3 990 PASTOR EDWARD L.VAN CAMP
and will never knowingly POTATOES. ... POI
MEDIMET ....
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Construction Site...
... base If shone In Its location
The contraction rite for a plumed now D. .
east of Starke en SR-IOG.
The planned facility ba been ensnared ta controversy since H wa.pr.pe ed.





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9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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I recetix.Complimentary Plant

Nursing Home. Show Refreshments

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from pap IB

telephone number. Dallas is also FCC was shown as 345 South facility in Starke. tion.
listed as headquarters for FCC. Magnolia Drive, Tallahassee, but The two CONs were valid for one In late April, 1987, Byron Ter-
Bradford Investments is head- the telephone company does not year and would have normally ex- willegar purchsed the L.M. Gaines S. (Sid) Fortner David Newsom,
quartered at 4343 Langley Ave.,Pen- have a listing under the FCC nameIn pired Nov. 19,1986,but FCC petitioned property at SR-100 and Laura uperintendent EducatIonal Program Manageri.
sacola, Fla., which is also the home the area. for and received an extension un- St.from the Gaines estate and sold it .
address of James Hall.According to til May 7, 1987. to BII, recording both transactionson
the telephone company, there is no CONs Issued... FCC first attempted to locate the April 29 1987. Wayne Starling, Hilton C. Coleman
telephone listing for. that street ad- In Florida, the Department? of nursing home on property owned by FCC,facing expiration of its CONson ocatIonal Supervisor VocatIonal Instructor
west Madison May 7, moved immediately to
dress. Health and Rehabilitative Services Byron Terwillegar,on
The Office of Secretary of State (HRS) is responsible for issuing Street, but was stymied by area begin construction. Within three
listed a "Capital Connection" at 226 CONs, based on area needs for ser- residents, who turned out enmasseto weeks FCC had obtained a building
W. Georgia St. in Tallahassee, but vices. The Department issued two protest a public facility in a permit from the city (No. 1073),
could not furnish a telephone CONs, nos. 2760 and 3763, Nov. 20, residential area. While residential
number.In 1985, to FCC for construction of a zoning allows public facilities in
the "Finding of Facts" facility in the area after determininga residential areas, the local zoning
developed by the administrative shortage of beds to meet popula- board refused to grant the special
hearing, the Florida address for tion needs. FCC chose to locate in a exception necessary for its construc- LAW OFFICE OF

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I Injury & Wrongful Death; Bankruptcy Law; Informal

I by BCT Sue Staff Ellen WriterThe Smith Creditor Workouts; IRS &Department of Revenue Negotiations;

Suwannee River Water Divorce & Family Law;Wills &Probate; and Criminal Law
District, unable to
fund Management new programs assigned by the (DUI Felony Misdemeanor Juvenile)

Florida without increased ,
Legislature
FIX or '-f f"T"'fJt O'I 7ICYX a' -
revenue, is requesting a tax in- '" -I:'
crease of.2 mill,according to a news I ._. ': t
release from the SRWMD office in
Live Oak.
If the governing board approvesthe
request after public hearings in '
September, north central Florida I Announcing the Opening of
residents with homes valued at
$50,000 could see their individual
property taxes increase by $5. Bradford
Homeowners with $50,000 homesin 'ffi # Family
north central Florida paid$7.50 in
water management taxes this year, .
after the $25,000 homestead exemp- Practice :

tion.water Next management year they could taxes.pay$12.50in TORO'S BIGGEST SALE

The SRWMD was set up, along
with the state's four other water Bruce Pollock, M.D. '
management districts, to study the OF THE YEAR.
underground aquifer and oversee Board (Certified Family Physician
the use of the water it contains. The General, Pediatric and

special regulating district development is also responsiblefor in river SAVE UP TO $400 Adult Medicine .

floodplains to minimize flood problems ,
licensing well drillers, r Instant Credit AV-MED,Medicare, PPC,
r
j gathering data on groundwater
1
quantity and quality and protectingwater pAG Payments from Blue Cross/Blue Shield
quality in rivers and lakes. R
According to the release, money $34.00 mo. y
from property taxes makes up only 743 S.Walnut Street, Suite B, .
7.5 percent, or $1.6 million, of the Starke Florida 32091 1 'I
SRWMD $21.8 million annual in- ,
come. Permit fees add one percentto ',N
the total. General revenue funds,

trust other funds 91.5 percent.In and grants. provide the VIP SERVICE CLUB MEMBERSHIP FREE! Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday

recent years the Legislaturehas With Each Membership You
asked the water management Get...... 964-9535
districts to carry out several new
Blade
FREE SharpeningFREE
programs but has either not provided -
and
Annual
any new sources of funding or has Pick-Up .
required SRWMD to pledge a share Delivery
of its own funds before getting prog Parts Discount on All
=ar financing from the state, the In-Shop Repairs Factory 904-737-5633 ,1-800-252-3539
release said. A tax increase was Authorized '
avoided last year when the govern- Warranty Service OpUmol First Coast Delivery line."We
ing board decided to use up carryover Extended Engine Warranty .
funds from the previous Priority 5-Day Service Deliver the First Coast
budget. Guarantee $50.00 Value (see & Mofg:,,.00_.. ., .
Details In store) g:=Mors7M.Ar '
Work Set on 2 J J I."nr, Dear Delivery Service Customer:
Ordinances Th -rr.r.r
County omJ'l We are proud to announce our expansion Into the Stark area for local rush,.hot shot,same day and
Bradford commissioners have All Toro Walk next day service. .
assigned County Attorney Reggie Mowers Salel .Ware, not heard of First Coast Delivery, please allow us to Introduce our company to you.
on
Flynn to amend the ordinance on a full service radio dispatched company that service over 1760 customers throughout
Cable TV to require companies to Jacksonville and the state of Florida.
tell where they will be working. to
And, attorney Flynn has been (Savings up COVERAGE AREA ;
assigned to write an ordinance to SAVE I '$120.00(; Jacksonville Orange Park Ponte Vedra ,Jax Beaches *
prohibit the dumping of sludge In the '
NOW Jax Airport Green Cove SiAugustlne.7- "
county. Commissioners want a law
before the next incident, of which No Down Payment I DEFINITION OF SERVICES > > ." ,
there has been a few In past years, Payments from SAME DAY Pick up by 12 noon with deliver by 5 p.m. ,
i one north of Lawtey.Commissioners HOT SHOT -Guaranteed pick up within 45-60 minutes and go dlrect'to delivery point.
I : have talked about $-13.00 mo. NEXT DAY Call prior to 2 p.m. and delivery will be between J 10.a.m..Qnd. 12 noon the next day.
a)kludge ordinance before, some one '. .
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I sad| had been written,but Chairman RATE STRUCTURE :/ I \
I Wilbur( Waters said Monday.July 10, (all prices based on 1st 200 pounds)
no such ordinance is on the books. '"
.( Road Foreman J.B.Crawford has SAME DAY $35.00 'M .
been requiring the several cable TV Hs d HOT SHOT $75.00 ....
companies working In the county to NEXT DAY 8.50 $35.00,' '
provide work plans before the workIs **
done,so he'll know where they are MAHOWAnC i OANOEN CCNTERS We have 12 other jpfflces In state which expand our service capabilities to all cities In

.. working and what who Is supposed to Florida. i m, ....iT'j. ., '.
be doing In the county. But one com Our business Is service. We do everything we can to provide you with the delivery service "
said the ordinance, as written MELROSE ; ... "
pany you need. j "tffci; .iVrf; ,
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needs rewording, and said he will .

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by Carolyn Loves times In her back and once In the the city limits of Lawtey July 1,
$CT Staff Wrlt.rLawtey back of her head at 3:40: a.m. She deputies attempted to arrest Charles
was transported by Rescue to Brad- Edward Lee,according to Lt.David
Couple ford .Hospital by paramedics Dan A. Aderholt. Lee fled the scene at TEAL
Caught With Pot Cuddington and Nelson Green. that time. TILE & CARPET
Roberta was treated and released. Deputies learned Lee's
A Lawtey couple were arrested Simmons admitted to seeking sex whereabouts and arrested him July
July 21 after nine baggies of mart- for cocaine,when the victim refused 21, charging him with sale of cocaine 131 N. Cherry Street a Starke Florida
Juana were found at their residence. and left,he said he followed her on ,said Aderholt.
Milton Eugene Andrews, 33, and Keller St. and stabbed her, said Lee was additionally charged witha ((904)) 964-7423
his wife Mildred Melody Sitmer An- Epps. The victim claims Simmons warrant for violation of probation
drews 40,were charged with posses stole her purse In the struggle. for forgery end a capias for failure Open: Monday-Friday Oam til 5pm
sion of more than 20 grams of can- Simmons is awaiting first ap- to pay a fine for the charge of driv
nabis and possesion of drug pearance. ing while' license suspended.
paraphernalia according to Lf. Leo remains in the custody of the KNOWS
David Aderhol .A set of hand scales 2 From IN Arrested count jail with bond set at$2,620.25. HOW TU'CUT'A RUG
was found
with
the supply of mari-
.juana when a search warrant was For Stealing Car
executed at the Andrews'home last Two young women from Indianapolis Vehicle StolenIn
of Friday.The Andrews are suspected IN were arrested In Starke Simply Charge
dealing in the Illegal drug due to Starke when It was learned the vehi- ,
The the amount found and packaging. cle they were driving was stolen. Found in Clay CountyA
warrant was obtained after in- Deputy Jason Bennett
formation was received of mari- blue Pontiac stopped a black 1987 Toyota pickup truck
juana being to sold Sheriff at that address,according check a temporary Firebird tag.July When 22 the to stolen parking July lot 9 has from been the recovered Western Steer but Sculptured $ 99
Kenneth
tag number was put Into the com- not In the
Etheridge.Assisting same condition as when it
puter,it back Stainless
came
as a stolen vehi- was stolen.
Chief in the Investigation was cle from Marion County, Indiana. The truck found wHI per
Deputy Pat Henry was by Clay Coun-
Deputy
The driver and
Roman Alvarez and Special passenger of the ty authorities July 13. The vehicle
Paul Fuentez Agent vehicle were charged with posses- valued at$13,000,had been yardInstallation
of the Florida stripped. C
ment of Law Enforcement. Depart- sion of a stolen vehicle,said Bennett. The vehicle belonging to Rosine a r P e t
Mildred Andrews,also wanted Sherry Ann Guffey, 18, and Mary Strickland of Lawtey was reported extra $
on Elizabeth ,
Wethington 20 remain in at this
an outstanding felony warrant from missing at 10 p.m. when her price
Duval County for the county Jail under a $2,000 bond. daughter left work at the restaurant
public assistance Hurry Sale
Indiana Ends Soon!
has refused
fraud, was released after a $5,752 to extradite the according to Patrolman Cheryl!
two women and the
surety bond was state of Florida Belcher.No .
posted. Milton
drews was released after An- now must decide If they should be arrest has been made.The In-
a $5,000 No-Wax Artificial
charged with grand theft-auto.
surety bond was posted. vestigation is continuing. ALL SIZE
Guffey and Wethington had traveled
from Indiana to Florida to see a REMNANTSATA
Man Arrested relative who Is incarcerated at Man Charged VINYL TURF
Lawtey Correctional Institution.
For Stabbing WomanA The Pontiac has been returned to With Being DisorderlyThe Indoor-Outdoor
22-year-old Starke man was ar- the owner. sheriff's department receiveda From REASONABLEPRICE
rested early Wednesday morning call of a disturbance July 21 on
after he.allegedly stabbed a woman. Lawtey Man Charged CR-18 two miles east of Hampton.
Curtis Summer Simmons was With Crack SaleA When Deputy Harvey Rhoden arriv- 99 Brown, 299Tan
charged with 3
attempted murder and ed he found James Harris passed out
armed robbery July 26 after he stab- OVER 100 TO
26-year-old Lawtey man was ar- in his vehicle. Harris was charged Sq. Yd.
broken bed Gayle beer Martin Roberta with a rested July 21 and charged with selling with disorderly intoxication when he Green Sq. Yd. CHOOSE FROM
.bottle, according Chief crack July 1. refused help, said Rhoden.
Jimmy Epps.Roberts After witnessing a crack cocaine Harris remains in custody of the
33, was stabbed three tale that took place on CR-225 east in county jail with bond set at$250. No Money Down Financing Available

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BCT Staff Writer Urbe 15, who is helping
r. Transformation... Indians Klingons and creatures with the summer reading programwas
The series of three picture(above from the dead are characters you the second subject after much
from left to right)(how*the see at MGM Studios at Walt Disney persuasion from the children.
transformation of Rebecca Urbe 1 S. World not at the public library at Bray made up Rebecca to look likea
by make-up artist. Jim Bray Into a least not in physical form. Children creature from the dead using a
creature: only seen In the movie or participating in library's summer white foundation which created a
reading program saw these textured dry skin look and dark lines
Halloween. Children at left
on characters created by make-up ar- around the eyes and nose.
watch attentively during the tist Jim Bray Thursday. The children were assured by
make-up seminar presented to Bray presented the children with Bray that the characters and make-
children: attending the summer Klingon Michael Rowell 14, who he up props he had were not real as
I reading program at the Bradford made up while the children were out- they passed around gloves made to
County Public Library Thunday side. look like hand. The library
Children from Bradford Preschooland sponosored the make-up seminar as
8 June 20.
New Beginnings as well as part of the summer library pro-
others watched attentively as Bray gram.
-.. transformed Patrick Dugan 11, intoa
Indian. Starting with the nose Bray The program has a frog jumping
created the sharp facial features contest scheduled for Thursday at 10
which are characteristic of the a.m., B.Y.O.F. (Bring Your Own
American Indian and then used a Frog).
red and brown make-up for a foun- The program finale is Tuesday
dation. Aug 1, beginning at 10 a.m. There is
War paint was added and the look a party planned complete with a
Local was topped off with a wig of long pinata for children ages 3 to 12.

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I Promoted. Luther in USAF Williams Quality Cars Great Selection Honest Deals.They're .

Luther B. Williams son of Willie

I, L. Williams and brother of Jerry M. All Down At The Store.
Williams, both of Starke, has been

promoted in the U.S. Air Force to the .. .. .
rank of senior master sergeant.

Williams is an aircraft loadmaster .. .. ,, __
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Charleston Military AFB Airlift S.C.Squadron at 1989 BRONCO H XL Air Conditioning 1989 TAURUS 1989 ESCORT LX 4

He is a 1969 graduate of BHS. Overdrive Transmission DOOR HATCHBACK

Amn. Lonnie Miller Transmission
Automatic
Completes AF BasicAir .
Force Reserve Airman LonnieF. !

Miller has graduated from Air ___i' -. _
Force basic training at Lackland -
AFB Texas.Miller's .
father and stepmother are : :
Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Miller of Keystone
Heights. His mother, Selma J.
Chairs
Miller resides in Crestview Fl. 29UtieV .Cloth poor Console Captains
The airman is a 1985 graduate of .Overdrive !rtal0n Outside Spare Tire Carrier Bright Low Mount .TachometerAir
Crestview Sr. High School. m AM/FM Stereo Casselle/Clock Swing Away Minors Heavy Duty Battery .Air Conditioning Interval Wlpen
-. Power Steering Luggage Rack Handling Package .Sliding Rear Window V-6 =Overdrive Power Steering .AfWFM Stereo Window
Power&akes Power Brakes
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HeadHner Insulation Argent Styled Steel Fuel Necrkxi DeftatterPower
Alicia Phillips Transmission Remote Control

Completes Basic FadorUst. .. .. .. ,... ... .. 15183.00 AM/FM Package Stereo/Clock Light Wheels Group :Air Fuel Conditioning Injection Floor Mirrors Mats a.Tinted Stem Steering .Much More

Pvt. 1st Class Alicia D. Phillips Cruise Control .Clearcoat PointFactory
has completed basic training at Ft. Discount .. . .. . 1529.00 AM/FM Stereo Much More
Factory List .. .. .. ... .
Jackson S.C. $16,7O3.OO
j During the training, students Paul West Discount .. . . 1049.00 Factory Llat........... $11,054Factory
1, and Discount .. .. .
received Instruction in drill 1.324.OO
Factory List.......... $14,698 Factory Discount........... 770
ceremonies weapons map reading Factory Rebate.... ... .... .. 75O.OO
tactics, military courtesy justice Paul West Discount . 2.4O2.OO Paul We.t DUcount......... 1,648 Paul West Dlacount. ........ 1,069
first aid and Army history and tradi- TOTAL SAVINGS.. ... ..... .. 3328.00
tions. TOTAL SAVINGS. . $3 726.00 Factory Rabat ............... 750 Factory Rabat ............... 750
Phillips is the daughter of Fred L. SELLING
Harvey of Lawtey and Dorothy D. PRICE $11,855 SELLING PRICE &it% 977 TOTAL SAVINGS............. $2,398 TOTAL SAVINGS...... $2,589

Harvey graduated of Titusville.She .in 1984 from YOUR $ 77 PER YOUR $ '" 300 YOUR 8465
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PAYMENT MO' $ PER SALE PRICE &II, PRICE
Titusville High School and receivedan PAYMENT 276 g
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associate degree in 1987 from PAYMENT \260 MO.* PAYMENTS' 172 MO.*'
Brevard Community College in
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Lt. Col. Squyres Graduates
CourseAir 89 HONDA ACCORD '87 CHRYSLER 5TH AVENUE '81 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS '87 FORD ESCORT '$. FOR FESTIVA '8! CHEVROLET Z-24
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the graduated USAF's from senior the Air professional War College, .=6688 NOW ........9375 NOW ......11 ,588 NOW ........'4688 NO......... 188 NOW ........'7988

military school. '88 OLDSMOBILE REGENCY '88 I rONTIAC GRAND AM SE '88 FORD TAURUS '88 FORD TEMPO GL 88 MERCURY TOPAZ IRS '!' MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE
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AFB Alabama prepares officersfor NOW ........'9988 NOW ........'6288 NOW .......7480 NOW ........'9450 NOW..8488 NOW .12,388
higher command and staff duty
by broadening their understanding '87 NISSAN MAXIMA WAGON '88 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS '84 MERCURY COUGAR '87 RANGER SIT 414 '$8 AEROSTAR XLT '88 F-150
of military strategy in support of na- ol3IP 53.50..4...tunrool.sub po-o 4128 lluo.40191 niloi 12 Wn V A poworttMTMg. *"05'.lightblwo 60671,,4..d.r617SP..TwoHonobluo.22OOOrnJ...Jtpod .6193p Twe..r w".7P..ns.r..P b. .1706A *....6.po>d.4.S..4<._.AM
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Vonda Re-enlists Hornbeck in Navy NOW .....'11.888 NOW ........'6488 NOW ........'4788 NOW ........8833 NOW .......:9888 NOW .......'9,500

Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Von- OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS '87 CAMARO '84 FIREBIRD SE 88 VOYAGER SE t88 f-150 414 '8' [-5 BLAZER 414
da J. Hornbeck daughter of Lyle R.
and Ellen A.Northrup of Starke has wtndow V6I751**and trown tot.1 wb.en.ldeer.%.V*.AM/FM M.w.n pews #6212P. BlackV-automatic, .6'82P.G..V-6.AM/fM.. rw. .'1'4T 8wp.dY.AM/FMd.w.7.A/C..uollr,imd. ..........h, .AM/FM*2IM WMM.ouMwMk.v-l Mrw.wvWew dun bid. r3saA.. ..k.vt A/C.AM/FM. M.w.
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Michael J. Paris has completed a
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j I mixing and pouring building foundations l' "-.J" .1rlyRa111td
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Br Mark PrUdlla The Olympics Included mentalas WeUcott starlet and. Candle ;
BCT Staff Writer' well as the regular physical Norman of Starke
Sixteen Bradford County 4H'ers challenge. as campers Camper Included Harrejr
attended 4H camp July 10-14 at competed In Win, Lose or Draw, Long.Jason CXSteen.Trey Rose.
Camp Cherry Lake. Family Feud and the Trivia Patrick Dugan. Freddie Rboden.
The local 4-H'era participatedIn BowL Cabins 11 and 12. led by Charlie Norman. Jacob
many classes and special Bradford County Campers Jen Ferguson Ryan Faulkner. .
activities said Bradford County Adams and Kelly Brown, won Kewvln Crawford. Carrie I
4-Her Rod Buchele. The classes the gold medals In the events Westcott and Mary Dugan all '
Included swimming (always a Ri irhi l" rrnorted. from Starke along with Jimmy .3
top activity), nature study, Brown Lawtey. : 5
fishing, water quality study, All of the local campers said 4-H clubs will now take a break :
archery (another favorite) and they had fun and plan to return until September according to
space technology.The again. Buchele thanked cabin Director Buchele. For more :
camp Olympics provided leaders Jeff Adams. Starke: Information call the 4-H ofQce. : :
tun and challenges for everyone. Kellv Brown, Lawtey: Bobble ai064-623Oact229. ::

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future Astronauts? a9Month .
I Membm ol Bradford um4 Uwtoy 4fl Chapter. ye4 awe experience at NASA1 Kennedy Spaceport
reoenUy.touring the BMMWM mat HriUag Uw etad bunch does oI.-al..tGrIc space mlulon
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I Local 4-H'ers Visit SpaceportBy i


Mark Friedlln ration Station" with aerospace one of the buildings at the cen-

What BCT happens Staff to Writer a long skinny experiments demonstrations.and The hands-on 4-H'ers ter.Asked what they liked best 9 .05 8 .69

balloon when It Is pushed Into a tried on a real spacesuit and most Club members mentionedthe % %
can of liquid nitrogen? helmet used space gloves to put movie "where we saw pictures -
Is It possible to play catch on a together a mini-lab and got to of the earth... astronauts|
teeter-totter that rotates In- test their own vision manua eating In space. and when the* Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
stead'of going up and down? dexterity and reflexes on special; floor shakes during Uft-oflT $75,000 or More $75,000 or More ,
equipment tests that prospec Others enjoyed seeing the huge
These and other Interesting five astronauts must pass before Vehicle Assembly Building, the
questions In the world of science they fly Into space. launch pads actually used on
space and technologywere Members parents and leaders various missions, the "Rocket '
answered for Bradford of the Lawtey 4-H Club and the Garden, where all types of rock- Deposit 5S0.0 $ $10.000-24.9991( $500-9.999
County 4-H'ers on recent trip to Bradford Horse Club also ets and capsules are displayed, Amount
the Kennedy Space Center Julya toured the Space Center by bus and the "Satellites and You" ex-
and took In the film "The DreamIs hibit where students got to walk Annual
The students' first stop at the AlIve", a NASA production through an Apollo Lunar Mod- Percenta9.00 8.95 8.85 8.75 I
Center was the "Space Explo- showing on a big screen In the ule.

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I ObituariesMrs. Compounded Rate 8.64 8.60 8.51 8.41

Monthly
Era BrowningMrs. retired teacher with the Bradford Cranford officiating. Archer
County School Board, a member of Funeral Home of Lake Butler Is in
Era Browning, 69,of Starke. the Starke Woman's Club, Delta charge of arrangements.
died July 22 at Bradford Hospital Kappa Gamma, and the Retired
following an apparent heart attack.A Teachers Association. Infant Cory Lee
lifelong resident of Bradford Survivors include one daughter, Infant Cory Michael Lee,5 monthsold
County, Mrs. Browning was a Kay H. May of Ocala: two sisters died Thursday morning at his Florida Federal
member of Madison Street Baptist Dora Beasley of Gainesville andElla home following an accident. He was
Church. Moody of Green Cove Springs'and ; born in Gainesville and resided in I
Survivors include her husband one grandson, Kevin Ronald Lake Butler.
David Browning; two daughters Crawford of Ocala. Survivors include his parents, I
Linda Buckley of Sarasota, anJJanis Funeral services were held July 21 Patrick G. and Tammy Lynn Savings Bank
Browning of Gainesville; one in Church of Latter Day Saints of Westfall Lee of Lake Butler; one JI
son, David, Jr., of Starke: two Starke, with President Brent J. brother,Patrick Richard Lee also of Rates subject to change. Substantial/ penalty for early withdrawal. I: I
brother Harry Edwards of Ostermiller officiating. Intermentwas Lake Butler; maternal grand- Deposits Insured to 1100.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Jacksonville and Leo Edwards of In Crosby Lake Cemetery under parents,Richard&Beverly Westfallcf
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Fernandrta Beach and -
Funeral
; one sister the direction of Jones Raiford; paternal grandparents,
Louise Bell of Starke. Home. Curtis & Vondale Lee of Lake
Funeral services were held July 24 Butler; maternal great-
at Madison St. Baptist Church with Mrs. Monnie HuntMrs. grandgrandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke
Rev. Henry McKinney officiating. Monnie M. Hunt, 87, of Lake Cleon Burdette and Wayne Holl-
Burial in Lake 220 N. Main Street Road 395 W. Madison Street
6707
was Crosby Butler, died Saturday at her home ingsworth, all of Keystone Heights Newberry
Cemetery with Archie Tanner after an extended illness. Dorothy Cason of Lake City; and 377-3344 331-2700 964-5000
Funeral Home of Starke In charge of Born In Menifee County, Ken- paternal great-grandmother, AnneP.
arrangements. tucky,Mrs.Hunt resided most of her Sands of Lake Butler. Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala
Joseph BullingtonJoseph life there before moving to Lake Funeral services were held with July Rev.22 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. & 3033 S.W. College Rd.
Butler seven months ago. She was a in Elzey Chapel Cemetery
Roscoe Bullington, 72, of homemaker and attended the Louis Leigh officiating. Ar- 373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204
Starke, died July 20 at University Church of God.Survivors rangements were handled by Archer 473-4952
Nursing Care Center In Gainesville, Include five daughters, Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
following an extended illness.A Pearl Hunt of Salt Lick,Ky.,Yvonne
native of Hawkinsville.Ga.,Mr. Campbell of Miamisburg, Ohio, See 128
Bullington served in the Ii.S. Army Marcella Ann Brown of Ligonier, pap
and was Secretary-Treasurer for Gideon Ind., Cecelia Griffen of Somerset,
International. He was retired Ky., and Mary Ellen Kaiser of Col-
from Florida State Prison where he umbia City, Ind.: two sons, Lester
p a He and Raymond Hunt both of Lake
and orated nand Jewelry Butler; two brothers Chalmer
Photography Studio in Starke.He McFarland of Fenton, Mich., and
was a member of Pine Level Robert McFarland of Salt Lick,Ky.;
Baptist Church. five sisters,Gladys Shrout and Flora WALMARTSALE
Survivors Include two daughters, Campbell, both of Dayton, Ohio;
Janell Loper of Germany and Toyce Pearl Barber of Mansfield, Ohio
Cribbs of Starke; one brother Norman Grace Johnson of Gaston, Ind., andOlive
,of Winter Garden; two sisters, Hay of Muncie Ind.; 29 grand-
Lela Bullington of Ocoee,and Many children: and 45 greatgrandchUoren. -
Newman of Georgia;and one granddaughter .
,Jay Bullington. Services and burial were to be in
Funeral services were held July 24 Keytucky. Archer Funeral Home of
at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Lake Butler was in charge of local
Funeral Home with Rev. Roman arrangements.
Alvarez officiating. Burial was in
Eureka Cemetery in Eureka, Fla., Mrs. LJllle JonesMrs. LOTS OF

with Archie Tanner Funeral HomeIn mile Mae Jones, 76, of
charge of arrangements.' Raiford, died Monday at her home BARGAINSMARKED
after a sudden Illness.
Mrs. Edna Hart Born in Riceville.Ga.,Mrs.Jones
Mrs.Edna Mae Manning Hart,80, moved to Bradford County in 1960, o < DOWNESPECIALLY
of Starke, died July 19 in Ocala then moved to Raiford in 1984. She 0
Geriatric Nursing Home followingan was a homemaker and a Baptist. FOR
extended illness. Survivors Include one daughter
Born in Starke on March, 11,1909, Jenny Emanuel of Jacksonville;and
Mrs. Hart moved to Ocala In 1978. four grandchildren. YOU
She was a member of Church of Graveside services were held July
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. a 28 in Sapp Cemetery with Rev.Terrv

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ONI BkUMOOM HOUSI for r.nt: furnish 6Sth AVI.i 3 bedroom, 1 both S acr. Horn has n.w 20 yr. roof freshly
MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water 100 ACRES! six room house and born MOVING SALE I Riding mower, Snapper
ed. $:ZOO month and $100 deposit. 2
Owner will finance. $2000/Acr.. painted inside. Owner says, 'Make an Offer!
sewer, cable TV. VU-7498. 1/I2TF self-propelled. Dining room. 9 pc., settee
miles Rd. 16 East of Starke at
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FOR RENT! MOBILE HOMES with city NE 10th St. 9647625. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 cornerof Phon. 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF sleeper dishes, pots S pans and GREAT FIRST HOME FOR YOUNG COUPLE 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carport, porch.NE .
water sewer, cob). TV, 2 BR 1 bath. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME AC LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER! in city, no miscellaneous,9648710. Fri Sat., Sun. 26th Av..Starke. $ 26,000
....7..... 1/I1TF lot Grlffls Excellent mobile homes. Zon.d for modular 9.4 p.m. Hwy. 16 West and 54th Av. GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR. 3 lull baths B two
private on Loop.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOMI LOT for rent. condition. No 4682374. homes. 5000. Call 964-5764 from 8.5 (corner). Itpd 7/27 '/ baths. 100 on Lake Geneva 2'/. ocres with sprinkler' system 3 sunbathingdecks
Close to prison Call 4681323. 3/9TF 7/27-8/3 pets. 2tchg p.m.: after 5 and weekends call GIGANTIC BACK TO SCHOOL GARAGI located on SR 21 South of Keystone Beautifully landscaped.

TWO BEDROOM mobile home: 964.8614 TWO BR APARTMENT! downstairs In 9645251. 3/16TFrw SALE Fri S Sat. 8.2 p.m. Something for ASSUMABLE MTG. let us show this to you today!
or 9645768. 4tchg 7/13.8/3 .v.ryon. Baby Items, children S adult OWNER FINANCE Rallord-2BR, IBo, from. home, 1.63 Ac.,
town. $233 month plus $100 deposit.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED! 1 BR opt. 9644990. RALPH BRYAN REALTY "....87. clothes, furniture, lots more. Country landscaped REDUCED TO$ 17.000

Houck Apts. 830 N. Temple Ave. UNFURNISHED Itpd 2 7/27 BR HOUSE! 424 W. Jef LAND 2'/i ACRES UP with well S septic.EZ BIG Club Estates, 14th St. Itpd 7/27 ELEGANCE IN THI COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba. concrete block window treatments,
YARD SALE North 301 In
9649424. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 f.r.on. No p.t., no children. Mature owner financing. North of Lawley or 2nd Strawb.rry 3 celling fans, CHSA, stove, refrlg DW garage with door op.n.r, antenna
South of Acres. to 'last trailer on left lots of
N..d. Hampton.
HAYFIELDS 13 acres for rent. adults only. 964.5417 or 14752813. with rotary booster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rosegarden
wicker furniture, other furniture, misc.
RALPH BRYAN REALTY
mowing soon. Call Clifford Martin 964.8878LANDI with brick BBQ smoker and
Itpd 7/27 larg. patio area compl.t. grill Lazy
LOTS OF LAND In direction Items, site 14 wedding gown. Friday
9647145. 2tchg 7/20-27 TWO 4 Bedroom Housesi on. In county .v.ry Saturday 9.6 727ALLEN'S Susan tab)., hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
from
Stark. From $1,000/acre with EZ p.m.
2 BEDROOM HOUSE! 2 bath large living
on. In city. On. trailer lot. 9643728. beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
1 '/ terms. ATTIC' Hwy. 100 S. Closing out
car
S family
room kitchen room 7/27 3'/ 402 St. Clalr St. .86 of foyer
Walking distance from Itpd RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878 storage unit. July 31 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. HOME 4 BEDROOMS BATHS an ocr.
garage.downtown. 964.6718 after 5pm. $350mo Compl.t. household furnishings. Itpd LR, DR, kitchen w/ refrlg range/oven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den laundry
7/27 and office, CHSA enclosed ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
first and last. 2tchg 7/20-27 REAL ESTATE 13 ACRES perfect for numerous protects room an carport
THREE BEDROOM. 1 bath. CHSA. carpet (farming animals, mobil. home park GARAGE SALEi Saturday 8-1 p.m. bock yard with security lights. $71.000
room for garden $365/mo $350 OUT OF AREA catfish farm etc.- use your Imagination Household baby misc. 1221 Johns CLEAN. CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR. 2 Ba. plenty of storage space, CHSA. woodh.al.r.
deposit. 1 y.ar I..... Tak. 301 North' I) 29500. Owner will hold not. Drlv., Sarasota His. Itpd 7/27 built-in stove 25x15 patio, 3 other buildings, 2 ocres, lots of trees,
from Starke to NE 50th right to NE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST! Wood.d with 1/3 down. Call after 6 p.m. TWO FAMILY YARD SALE! Friday S Saturday garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $78500
11th right to sign. Showing house Fri $5450 Each. Nomoney weekdays, anytime weekends. 8.3 p.m. 1261 Johns Drive, KEYSTONE! 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/lBo, carpet cent heat, window
,
day. Sot.. S Sunday. 10 am.3 p.m. lots, river down access$65.41 monthly. Owner 964-8970 9648705. 9644430. 6/29TF Saratoga His.. rain or shine. look for air stove, refrlg DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced bock yard nice' lot $ 38,000
Call 1.778.0314 for appt. 7/27.8/3 1.236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF LAWTIY ACREAGE! With Road Frontage.Call signs. 964 6420. Itpd 7/27 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 bo. CB. wood floor., 1185 s.f., S ocr.s $ 60.000
FOR LEASE-.MOBILE HOME on 1 acre, 2 for details MATHEWS REALTY LARGE YARD SALE! 310 N. Water St. July CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
.R. 1 bath. 3 miles from Stark. $250 9644469. 27.28.29 9am. until. lots of BROOKER! 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
mo $250 deposit. Call 9733743. 3tpd ANIMALS & PETS everything. Itpd 7/27 MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 ocr... 3/1 CB CHSA so n.ar $ 40,000
7/20-8/3 FOR SALE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY YARD SALE FRI S SAT. 72829.9 a.m. til HAMPTON LAKI AREA! 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA. screened patio with BBQ grill.
2 909 N. St. Chest of
CLOSE TO LAWTEY Post Office and RENTLEASESALEOFFICE p.m. Thompso Also 3 BR MH 1'/. ba on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.
drawers, 1 full site mattress, couch.r.clln.r. .
Stores. Small apartment freshly HAPPY JACK FLEA GARD! all metalpatented $15 each. End tobl. $5; 13 In. .....COMMERCIAL.....
painted. 782-3949. Itchg" 7/27 the.
LOW RENT EFFICIENCY! private both device controls fleas In SPACE! 500 sq. ft. for rent on Black S whit. TV. oak desk $25 each. WOW I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAL Carradlnes Lawtey. Appro 600' on
carpet air utilities paid clean. No home without! Results pesticides overnight.or GATOR exterminators II Hwy 301. Stork. Apply at Durrance 14.5 Stumpknock.r fishing boat S Hwy 301 10 acres of land 3300 s.f. store and living quarters, paved driveway

children no pets. 964-5687. 4tchg OLE GLORY FEED S Pump S Supply. 9647061. 8/25TF trailer 'In good condition. $585. Utility with ample parking. $149,500
FARM SUPPLY.
7/20-8/10 FOR SALE BY OWNERS! small mobile trailer mud grip tires $125. Cloth., COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE"! CHSA band area,
FOUR BEDROOM 2 both house, CHSA In 7/13.8/3 GOLDKIST STORES IN STARKE. 4tpd home park on Grlffis Loop (Rd. 100-A). shoes, pots, pans, glo...., books, dance floor, barstools, tables, choirs, liquor license Included. Could easily
Raiford. $300 p.r month. Security COCKATIELS S PARAKEETS! hand-fed. Four lots with three mobile homes and .h..t., mans pants 36.30 etc. Shelled refurblih' kitchen and have a restaurant also. H. has an excellent drive-In
deposit required. 964.8602 after 6 p.m. Call 431-1203 or 4311172. 4lchg" room for more. Rental Income $700 YARD pecans S $2.50 a bag. It 7/27 window. 2V4 acres on HOT corner Hwy 100 S Hwy. 26. Separate living
TFjmm 7/20-8/10 monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or APARTMENT SALE furniture, quarters included. Owner would finance with good down paym.nl I $220.000

CALVES FOR SALE Call 964-4873 or 964.4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF clothes Saturday-Sunday., shoes, Pin.coats Forest, h.at.r.. SUPER COMMERCIAL! Gr.at two story building. Enterprise Zone,
STATI EMPLOYEES need home cloie to 9648112. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy 301. Rent Itpd 7/27 Apts.B4. Downtown Starke. Reduced to$49,900
your work? W. have clean mobile BLUE TICK S COON HOUND PUPS negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark, THREE FAMILY YARD SALE: Housewares, NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. T.mpl. Av. 8 furnished one
homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF Registered AKC. 2 months old. 964-5516. 4/13TF clothes, furniture, misc. 419 C.nt.r St. BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities 782.3522 or 964.6433. Itchg 7/27 FOR LEASE! Across from KOA/Wal-Mart. Thurs S Friday 8-1 Itpd 7/27 cooling unit In each apartment. $147,000
p.m.
paid. From $37.50 w..kly. MAGNOLIA REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft.-$600: 1250 4 FAMILY YARD SALE! Lawt.y 8.5 RAn FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldg..
HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Offlc. TF BOATS sq.ft.--$430.: 1000 sq.ft..-5290. 964.8447 Friday and Saturday. Across from p.m.City paved parking. Good business Opportunity $200,000:
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. or eves 4733627. 6/13TF Hall. Wicker bar stools, clothing 301 NORTH! approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000
extras, reasonable rents. PINES household Items, odds S ends. Itchg 301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85,000
496-2366. SR 121. lake Butl.r. 7/14TF 14'Ft FIBERGLASS STUMPKNOCKER YARD SALE 7/27 RENTAL ON CALL STREET) I
3 BR HOME. 1 3/4 baths. CHSA. carpet fishing boat and trailer. Two swivelseats YARD SALE various Items. Olin's Trailer
Ig. screen back porch no pets. two walk-through live wells, ....LOTS B ACREAGE....
REMODELING SALE Trail Motel Saturday Park off 16. Old farm house. 9649333.
7/27 b. WALDO! .lots water well septic,2 poles. $ 28,000
961.5356.Itpd good condition. $595 cosh. Can seen 9.5 Table, chairs, blankets, 1 Itchg 727THURSFRISATURDAYi city power
APPLICATIONS for 1 1. p.m. DALEWOOD, Two 15x150lots 150x150. paved .tr..t. $ 12,500SE
NOW ACCEPTING at 909 N. Thompson St. 4t 7/20-8/10 k.g draft beer dishes, many more 5 pc. living room or buy a.
2 BR apartments starling at $199. Call WOODEN FISHING BOAT! 16 ft., with IS items that are being replaced. Itchg set $100, wicket set $25: childr.n 19th ST. HAMPTON! 3 acres, 3 septic tanks, 4" sub pump 2 power poles.oc-
9647295. Equal Housing Opportunity. hp 'Old Reliable' Evinrude motor In 7/27 clothes, miscellaneous. On 225 Bayless cess to city water. $17,000
2tchg 7/27-8/3 good working condition. Boat Is v.ry YARD SALE Sat. 10:30: until. W. will behaving Hwy b.tw..n 16 S 229. 964-5672. Itpd CROSBY LAKE CANAli 3 lots, concrete boat ramp $ 22,500
2 BEDROOM furnished house, nice usable, but needs some minor work. baby things and clothes, so 7/27 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA) 292' on water and
quiet. $250/mo. plus security. 964.6680 Trailer included. $650 or best offer. come buy and see us. It 7/27 THURS., FRI., S SAT. cloth., toys, 80 extending to Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can b. divided
after 12 noon. 2t 7/27-8/3 9647607. 2tpd 7/20-27 YARD SALE! Friday thru Sunday. 'I.' p.m. motorcycl. 919 N. Thompson St. Itchg into two 100' lots, S65.0QO each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
COW TRAILER FOR RENT 7823978. 2tpd 412 Bridge St.. Starke. Itpd 7/27 7/27 LOT 9.GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estates. 1.11 acr.: Make An Offer) $ 8,700
7/27-8/3 CONERLY ESTATES! Lot 12 $ 10,000
LEASE-PURCHASE PLAN AVAILABLE CARS TRUCKS VANS .. .
LAWTEYi Five acres 105th Av., good investment! $ 13.000

t fireplace n.w gorgeous, deck.3 more.BR, 2$650/mo.bath 2 This car. ifs NISSAN PATHFINDER! Call 964-7901 iF 'R iS IE; :OR lYE S'E : PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD 20.16 acre, 3 wells, 2 poles i I' 50.000

offer 5pm.: Itchg'7/27 '' '1' WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246, Fla. Frontier,: I ... $ 15,000MlC
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St. '
home Is 'located at 1719 E. Call :- .' w v j1, iyl.i *juO JIIUUU,
Oth.r n.w rental ham. starting at 1972 FORD LTD 400 C.I.. 4 new tires PS. Aft.rHourClassifieds. J.

$450/mo. Call Hensen Homes Corp. at PB. AC n.w paint. Runs good. $850 BY OWNER. Ann T.rwlll.gar N.Uon. . . . . . .473-7541 .

18002HENSEN.( Itchg 7/27 1916 OBO. Moving, must sell. 468-1974.2tds Paulin. Randolph . . . . . . . .'. 964.3160
CAMARO Z-28
PERMANENT RENTAL for 2 BR plus 1 : 4 speed PS PB. AC.
bath. Nice shady lot. Convenient to AM-FM-cass., 24000 mil... 9000. 43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 D.bra Cennaughton . . . . . . .9642(33Joy

.. $200 mo. first 'lost S security 964.4984 after S p.m. 2tpd 7/27-8/3 Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In Thornton . . . . . . . . .964- 223
deposit. 468-1175 k..p calling. Itchg 19t8 FORD F-lSOi Blue AM-FM-Cass., Hawthorne .$25,000& Up
7/27 dual gas tank AC 15.000 mil... Takeover Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn
payments. Call 964.2489 after 5
p.m. Itpd 7/27 Alachua County
Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA .$185.000

Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton Ads

Rodman Reservoir .$25.000 Get Results!

MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup

e 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301

For Sale or Lease.
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200 Acres nearTheressa .$1.000 Acre

t1l.x+ sB e Building Lots In Smokerlse) Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 \ '

e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .$22,500 :, .

6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ..$15.000

Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each

3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake Keystone Hgts. $65.000 964-4544

e New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease .

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000
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Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB Preside Hwy.301S.

ugl REALTOR BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY: MMl Teams' Starke, Fl.

Ronald E. Newman. Sr. Home/ Lots ./ Acreage*/ Waterfront

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. 964-6881 Evenings Call 373-956O r __ if Farms.. I Commercial" '
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Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South e Instant Financing e No Points Reasonable Interest Rates .
of C.R. 700 221 Lafayette St. I .
(NEAR S READY TO LIVE IN 3BR/2BA From. CHSA 2184 SF, Utility Room
i Enclosed Garag., 376 SF Workshop. Hampton lake Acc....

*REDUCED- WTEYi 3 BR. 2 Ba. over 1600 ..r.. CHSA only $' 5.900. S CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story CB B Wood Siding Home AC .
BETWEEN STARKE LAWTEYi 3 BR. 1 Ba, brick assumable mtg. Units Elect. Heat W.II S Septic 1 Acr.
*JUST OFF 301 S, 9 acres, 450 on graded read. ? I COUNTRY LIVING. 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB CHSA Large Utility Bldg.,. ,
*2 RENTAL UNITS! Thompson St., Convenient location. I! Fenced Area for Horses, 2.5 Acres.

A .' LONGCHAMP SID 301 South, Lovely home with many, many extras. Call for S I: SAMPSON LAKI 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Family Room. CHSA Stove .
a- .details. Priced to sell. I Ii Refri', 180 ft. On the Water Well S Septic. _
=: ..LAKE BUTLER Canal 'lot usable for camping. OUTLAW s NORWOOD SID. 48R/2BA Brick CHSA Range. Refri S Dishwasher, 6x6

j CATFISH FARM In operation: 40 acres with septic, light pole and 2 wells. Porch Sun Deck In Bock 10x12 W.II. S.ptlc.
GT +3 M, I Bat from home reduced to 26900. NORTH OF LAWTIV 3BR/2BA Brick, Larg. Family Room. CHSA 2946 SF, 2
:; *HANDYMAN SPECIAL ...utlfullot. 12000. Garages, large Family Room Porch., on 1.7 Acres. Nice Shod. Trees. '
E: *JOINS COUNTRY CLUB 2 2% acre building .It... HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB large living Room, Stove, Refri I
'; *3 1/4 and 4 ACRE tracts for horn or mobile ho..... Dishwasher 1 Acre. '
-.' I TWO BUILDING LOTS 'In town $5,000.och. fp4y tit ft Dodjf, MSA. CJU; MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Hom. CHSA. Above Ground Swimming |
; *DESPERATE needs to sell) 14 wid. 6 yr old' mobile home on 3 nice acres. : "'" "' Pool', Storage Bldg., large Lot w/Landscaplng.
.: *REMODELED 4 BR concrete block on Epperson St: FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHSA, 20x30 |
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY Duplex for sale. $39,000. lu<'m C.Spry Workshop. Fishpond Well S Septk.
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I *INVESTMENT PROPERTY) 6 acres with frontage on 3 paved roads, small. from.. ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porch. All Around Slav.
house Included. REALTOR "Ch rl i fiy'nriJ. Refri. Wood Burning Stove. Pol. Born 24x50. Tool Shot 8x9 Well S Septic. I .
ANEW LISTING In Keystone, off 31S-C 3 acres with 14 wide mobile horn.. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH Commercial' S Residential 300-Foot Frontage, Two
LAND IN GRAHAM 3 acre parcel' and 2 acre parcel. Mobile Homes S Comm. Bldg.. Well C Septk. ,
*ONI ACRE with well, septic and power pol., owner financing. '; CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA CB S From., CHSA Slav S R fri. 1536 SF, Nice |
+K1NOSLEY VILLAGE LOTS Beautifully wooded. .. .-, i.l-t U U ;fc"li.. Corn.r Lot. ,
DRASTIC REDUCTION. I on these Hampton Lok. Lots Call today-won't 'last LARGE OLDER HOME IN STARKE HISTORIC ARIA ON SAMPSON RIVER 3BR/2'/ BA. Two-Story log Home, CHSA Slav*.

long I 6 Bedreems,3% baths, CHSA, 6 fireplaces,over SOOO SF on on.acre, Refri S DI.hwa.h.r..3OOO SF, Front C Back Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well
*U ASE PURCHASI this beautiful horn nettled among oaks and pines at Hampton 'I. Septic large Lot.

Lok. Oak.. Many extras! *REDUCED $..700 for a quick sale- no appraisal ne.dd.. CB CHSA, walking : 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB, Urge living Dining Room
*M ACRES IN LAOTCY area with brkk home, 4 BR. 2 Ba. large bam. fenced. distance to everything. 3/1. nice home, Family Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook CHSA Garage Well S Septk.; '
*COUNTRY LIVING at the right price! 10 acres with Immaculat. house. Lawtey s.f. SELECTED PROPERTIES ,
CEDAR 985 CHSA. range, r.fr.. DWon I acre. 23500.
area. *CRYSTAL LAKI HOMESITESi CB. 3/2, MOO ..f.. CHSA 46500. I WALDO Nice Shady Bldg.' or Mobil. Horn lot, 100x200 f...:
+4 Bt HOMI with five Owner will fInane.
acres. *BRICK 4BR. 2V4Bo, CHSA FP, Rg., R.'., DW over 5 acres. HOME BIDO LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water S Swage .Owner Financing:
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+PRICE REDUCTION on these lots In town $2.800 aoch.I .
*IN STARKIi Close to hosp.. CB. 3/1. CHSA. Big Rooms) 38500., HOME BIDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Brooker.
ENJOY YOUR POOL 'In this relaxed' Trees
I gorgeous country setting. golor. on. *PRIVACY close In, 2/1. from., chain link f.nc. 16000. i FOUR 8-ACRE TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
j oporox. 4 GeN,. :3 BR. 2 Ba hem. Must ..II. priced right! '
I SOUTHGATEt Brick 3/2 CHSA large lot only 56000. Extra Nice I THRU 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brook.r. Owner Financing.
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*LOT IN LAWTIYi 100x200. city water, can be used for mobile horn., plenty of
trees. $3.000LOTS LAKE COTTAGE on clear sand-bottom 'lake, IT mil. from Stark. 44900. LAKI GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water. .
*LARGI LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage, .ultabl. to star motor ham. 19 ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Rood. Will Divide.
FOR SALE two beautiful' wooded lots off SR 230 at 13th St NW. Totaleaeog.l.1.3
*COMMERCIALS South US 301, 3 plus acres with metal bldg., S mobile horn. 10 Acre -Pecan Grove. Will Divide. Well C ....tIc.Owner financing.
(292x200).Owner will divide 'Into two lots of 146x200. High and dry.
Y AH this and I *WILL ft SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH. (REDUCED) 6 Acres Well. Septic and Power Pole. Has Cypress Pond
i owner finandnglCa110ne. 134 ACRES Paved road frontage, 4 miles to Stark. t ACRES Frontage on Hwy. IOOW. City Water S Sewage.B .

BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick S cedar farm home. "/2'/ 72 acre*. ACRES Hwy. 301 South. _
fi *ON SOUTH US lOll 5 plus acres with horn. S barn. Owner financing. ,.. ACRES. Frontqfle..en.Nj! JUver.-WelL. S.Seotlc-
of Our Professlonallg'a ::1.LAKI LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful high < dry lot. area's finest home. 'If YOUR MIND'IS ON REAL ESTATE CW THINGS RELATED ,

Staff Todag.9645069 *COUNTRY LIVING! over 2400 s.f.. CHSA 5 acres paved road extra nice. MAKE. yOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATED
Trained, *CONVENIENT TO STARK OR GAINESVILLE: Nke brkk home over 2200 s.f. I AFTER HOURS ,
+24 ACRE FARM that hot It oll-fl.h pond. Improved pasture, beautiful. oaks. Way*. Devgle.M-6S93 Ml Onsm.64-6664 I
Alter Hours Cat fist Realtor Attoclales:.' J+; bam' _.-..ncad. water In all pastures, 2 mobile,homes.We 1111 Dodd 964-746H CUcke Stephens. 9644331
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WANTED HELP WANTED FURNITURE CARS-TRUCKS REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

UN POSITIONS 2 MAHOGANY triple' dresser w/mlrror MOTORCYCLES
full-tlm
ovollable. Med/Surg positions EASY WORK. EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble and 6-drawer chest. Ex. cond. Park of f TO 30 ACRES with large concrete OFFICE' SPACE, 150 W. Main Street,
Paid time off experience products ot home. Call for Informa the Palms, 720-C Hebron Ave. Th. 1-4 B2 HONDA lOOcc GOLDWINO GL 9000 barns. Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre $100.00 month Call 496.2261.
preferred.to lake Butler program Apply tion. 904641-8003, ext. 9579. 4tpd p.m.. Frl, 94. miles, Ilk. new. Will trade for truck or or larger In country. Call 496-3939.

Center SR 100 Hospital ft 121, Hand Lake Surgery 7/20.8/10 DINING ROOM TABLE chino cabinet. 4 van of equal valu. Call anytime, days. 454-1595 evenings tfn/chg.
Butler. 4737243.
496.2323.3/16TF CARPENTER chain S150. Couch, matching chair 2tchg 7/20-27 6/22 FOR RENT mobile homes and mobile l
AVON SUPER SUMMER North Florida Reception Center In Lake early American brown and floral. 'SI OLDSMOBILE Station wagon. DOUBUWIDE ON I ACRI custom built 2 home lots. Apply ot Managers Olfico
SPECIAL, earn Butler has an OPS for a Clean. $100. 473-70U Reasonable.Call alter 5 p.m. 4732861.
$8.10 hour vacancy 1tpd7/20 bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. 415 S.W. 7th Ave Lake Butler / 11
per
horn. working from your carpenter with 3 years experience In 1tpd7/27 Owner financing available. Must sell 4tpd 8/3.
$5
4622743. Leave Investment. Call ((904)) the field of Carpentry. Salary: $10.00 YARD SALES Call 496-3939. days. 454-1S95, evenings TWO TRAILERS unfurnished, for rent on 2
number. 4tpd 7/6.27 name A phone per hour. Apply In person or call (904)) ANIMALS tfn/chg. 6/29 acres of land behind the cable tv
496-2222 ext. 176 or send resume to:
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA 414 IMMOKAIEI RD. North ofKeystone towers. One large one. One 12X65. 2
Opening available In several Personnel Dept., North Fla. Reception Heights off SR 21. Sat. 9 a.m. SHAR-PEI Purebred male, 6 mos. old.house HELP WANTED bedroom. Call collect 752.3138, osk"
areas Center, P.O. Box 628, Lake Butler, Fl.
Will train. For Info call ((312)) 742.8620, 32054. Equal Opportunity Employer.Preference ., -3 p.m. Five 15 Inch Ford rims, go-cart. trained. Laves children. Call for Loretta.
.xt.362. trampoline and misc. household 473-2042, 473-0125 after 6 p.m. Make liON TV
4tpd 7/13.8/3 In appointment will be many many needed for commer ---- -
GROUP HOME RELIEF OPERATORi must given to eligible veterans and spousesof Items. IIchg727ANTlQUF.S offer. 1177/27 cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting NOTICE M
have own transportation. S day weak veterans. Itchg 7/27 Square dance clothes, site Info. Call ((619)779-71) 1 ext. T-946.7/6- ,
Eve 5 pm.9 p.m., call 9643429. 4tchg ELECTRICIANNorth 12. Couch seats for van. 113 Pecan St. HOMES FOR SALE Stpd. 83IMMEDIATE )lmitted
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be.ub
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7/20-8/10 1tchg7/27 OPENINGS Lake Butler Apparel -
Florida Center In lakeButl.r
ANYONE Reception LAKE COTTAGE for sale on to the Union County Times office
CAN APPLY Guaranteed Spring Company Daytime employmentGood
has OPS for Electrician
an vacancy an Lake. $60,000 cash.Swim ski, fish. Kit In writing and paid In advance
Vlio/MC, US charg. Ev.n with bad with 3 electrical LEGAL SERVICESOR benefits package Will train .labllah.dWwl.h
ex unless credit ..
credit. No one refuted. Call ((213)) perience. Salary $10 years.00 per hour. Apply chen 2 BR/I BA, LR/DR comb., porch Apply In person. Phone 4963601. 7/13 this office.Is already
925-9906 ext. U4424. well utility ,room sandy b.ach. 4tchg. 03.WANTED .
4tpd 7/20-8/10 In call 496 2222, HELOT
person or ((904)) ext. 4733151. Stchg 6/29-7/27 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE
JANITOR WANTEDi full time Must have 176 send Personnel PERSONAL Bookkeeper/Computer Fiscal
or resume to: RESPONSIBLE FOR' MISTAKES IN
with
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE 165 ft.
references. Apply In at Vogue North Florida on Account Manager. Superior pay Intake
person Dept. Reception Center, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVERTHE
Mfg.. 710 S. Water St., Starke (SR 100 P.O. Box 628, Lake Butler, Fl. 32054. DIVORCE $35 In office or by mall. Weddings Lake Geneva, lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. Butler Call Chris Fortner ASAP. TELEPHONE.
E). Itchg 727ATTENTIONHIRING Retiring owner must sell. Assumable 496.3833 far details. 7/27 Itchg.
Equal Opportunity Employer. $25 Name change, stepchild mortgage. 149500. 14734375. 4tchg Classified deadline ,Is MONDAY, S
I Government Preference In appointment will be adoption, wills, legal seperatlon. Between 7/13.8/3 P.M., prior to Thursday publication. *.
jobs, your area. 7.840-$69,485. Call given to eligible veterans and spousesof Mlddleburg and Orange Park. ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate MOBILE HOMES Minimum charge I. 15 words for$3.50,

72783ATTENTION 16028388885. Ext R 3493. 2tpd veterans. Itchg 7/27 272.3029 Btpd 76.824PERSONAL garage with 2 acres, $29,500 080, 0,2 FOR SALE then 15 cents for each word ther.after.t

PLUMBERNorlh lakeside homes, 4
acres $35,500 OBO.
EARN MONEY READING Florida Reception Center In Lake SERVICES
Keystone 1.659.2779
Heights area.
BOOM I $32,000 yr. Incom. potential. Butler' has an OPS vacancy for a 7/20 tfnchg REPOS $500.00 dn. on 14' wid...
Details. ((1)) 602.838.8885. Ext. Bk 3493. Plumber with 3 years experience In the SEWING MACHINES NOT WORKING FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury $1000.00 dn. on doublewldes. W. YARD SALE

2tpd 7/27.8/3 field of Plumbing. Salary $10.00 per Don't panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. condo. Garage, screened porch finance Anyone can buy Bad creditor
LADY TO LIVE IN RETIREMENT HOME hour. Apply In person or call ((904)) Work guaranteed Used machines $50 overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor no credit. Call James Olin at MULTI-FAMILY rain or shine. Saturday?
Car. for elderllet at night first old 496-2222, ext. 176 or send resume to: and up. 7/20 tfnchg weekends. 7/27 tfnchg 755.5114 Circle B Mobile Homes, lake July 29, 9 III.' Sofa dinette set. barstools
card and references required Call Personnel Dept., North Florida Reception SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines CONDOMINUM IN HIGHLANDS NC City FL. lamp., portable baby crib
9644546. Itchg 7/27 Center, P.O. Box 628, Lake Butler, relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford AREA Above 4.000 feet. Only$32.000 UnD HOMES doublewldes and bassinet playpen swing, clothes and
COMBINATION BARTENDER/WAITRESS Fl. 32054. Equal Opportunity Employer. Septic Tanks, Stark 964-8121. 7/6 with $20,000 assumable mortgage at 8 ilnglewldes In stock. We finance Call much more. 125 NE 9th av. across
ft PACKAGE STORE CLERK: must b. Preference In appointment will be tfnchg percent. Call 475-2306. 3tchg7/27-8/10 755-5115 Circle B Mobile Homes, lake from hospital. Carolyn Beosley. 7/27
able to work Friday 8 Saturday nights given to eligible veterans and spousesof BERGER A CO. Indoor/Outdoor Complete City, FL.CHILDREN. llpd.
and Sundays. No phon.calls accepted. veterans. Itchg 7/27 Home Care. *House Cleaning Big 28' x 70'. 4bed/2bath OJ
Apply In person only. 301 Liquors A; THE CITY OF STARKE Is now accepting Specialist* "I will give your propertythe FOR SALE Skyline, $245.00 per month. Coll James FOR SALE OR RENT
lounge. Itchg 7/27 applications for the position of GAS same respect I want others to give Olin at 755-91)4) Circle B Mobil.
RAILCAR REPAIR FACILITY needs Individuals MECHANIC I. This position Involves mine." Keystone area. 4730885. Stpd PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to Homes. Lake City Fl. 7/13 3tchg 7/27.
with mechanical ability. work with the natural gas distribution 7/13.27 assume small monthly payments on HUNTERS PARADISE Secluded 24.pluS
Please send resume to: Attn: Jan System. Must be a high school OLE MAID CLEANING SERVICE Call Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. CONFUSED ABOUT WHICH HOME TO acres with mobile home, patios Deck
Elswlck or apply In parson Mon-Frl., graduate, have a valid Florida Drivers Elaine at 473.0042. 3tchg 7/13.27 Credit Dept 9042548481. Stchg BUY Can't find the perfect homeA overlooks fish pond with walk, bridgesand
8:30-4 p.m. at Kustom Karr Corp License and three years In HOUSECLEANING Weekly biweekly 7/20.8/3 Relax! Hughes Mobile Homes In Starke stream Never before hunted
experience
R.ynald.lndu'lrlal Park, Hwy. 16 East the gas Industry Is desired. Apply at anytime. Reliable, references, hord- UNIQUE UPRIGHT PIANO with bench. offers a full range of doublewldes and deer wild turkey and fox. $400 a
Gr..n Cove Springs, Fl. 32043. 2tchg the Personnel Office, City Hall. City of worker. Call Cindy, 473-9059. 4tchg Excellent condition $750. 473.0141 slnglewldes. New designs |lust In. month first last security. Satellite dish
7/27.8/3 Starke, 209 N. Thompson Street. Applications 7/20.8/10 evenings and weekends. Itpd 7/27 Check us out. You ere In for a pleasant optional $79,600.Call 496.2070 or
NEEDED FULL-TIME PART-TIME CLEAN close Friday, Aug. 4, 1989. PRESSURE WASHING Trailers, Houses 12,000 BTU AC like new. 8.3 EER $150. surprise. Call 9646407. Itchg 7/27 332.6411.7/6 4tpd. 7/27 1Qtd
ING PERSON 9644050. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 Itchg 727CROUP Patios, Engines. REasonable Ral... Bed/couch for van $50. 4751416. Itpd

SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT full HOME PARENTS to live In David McLean. 4733048. 1tpd7/27 7/27 HOMES FOR SALE
TWO GATE CITY single beds and box
time. Apply In at Town A Country lakefront home In Interlachen. Mature,
person DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING
( tt it.1m
Profile water skis, 1985 Ford eVIIIb11sL
springs.
Exxon, 800 S. Walnut St., Starke. nurturing married couple to manage ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call station wagon. 4734186. 1tchg7/27 BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four ; .

Itchg 727RAILCAR non-denominational therapeutic pro LaRue Leveling Service for all your LIKE NEW IBM Selectrle II electric bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim .
REPAIR FACILITY needs experienced gram. Clinic provides mental health foundation repairs. Keystone, typewriter. $500. 4733020. 1tchg7/27 ming pool and satellite. large oaks. '$ H '.ft, :HAIRS TYUNQ;
welders at $8.50/hr. Send support system full time and relief 473.7721.7/9TF $119,500. Call 496-3939. days and
resume to Attn: Jan Elswlck, or applyIn assistance. Combined salary mid to upper 494-1S95, evenings, tfn/chg. 622MISCELLANEOUS
person Mon-Frl 8:30.4: p.m. at $20s, plus living expenses and FOR RENT HELP WANTED In less than 8 months, you can earn
Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial benefit package. Send resume to e career In cosmetology
Park, Hwy. 16 East, Green Cove SprIngs Audrey Turner, Personnel Office, available EXCITING OPPORTUNITY to work with PrvlfeMlonaX pettOMllaed Instruction- '
COMMERCIAL SPACE inKeystone
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Fl. 32043. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 Bradford-Putnam-Union Guidance pets and people. Part-time, some mornings All ph.- of.........tolollY
2 locations 700 .
Heights. : sq.
SERVICE STATION MANAGER apply at Clinics, Inc.. P.O. Box 399 Starke, Fl. ft. A 1000 sy. ft. High traffic and visibility afternoons. and every otherweekend. Side Bargains selling out. 30 percent of Job Placement AKKUUIMENROLL
Town A Country Exxon, 800 S. WalnutSt. 32091. EOE. 2tchg 7/20.27 In both locations 473-3193 or Transportation, dedication. all Items. Some 40 percent. 40 E. MainSt. NOW I
., Starke. Full time position Itchg and personality essential. Duties Include 7/27 Itpd. ,_.mwn >_ D
473.7683, I.av. message. 7/6 tfnchg general cleaning, assisting doctor 372.0007

RN 7/27, LPN NA and WC small specialty NOTICE ON LAKI GENEVA-MH unfurnished, 2 kennel duties. Approx hrs. 2334. __ ___u ____ _
BR/1V4 BA, kitchen equipped. Not In a --- '-
Pay depends on and profi
hospital seeks energetic{ and experienced trailer park. $273 month, $275 deposit. experience
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ciency. Training pay starts at$3.3553.50hr.
for fulltimeparttimeboylor 4732919. 7/6 tfnchg Apply In Correctional Officer I
A PRN positions. Apply to the Bradford County MOBILE HOME 2 8 3 bedroom partiallyfurnl.hed. .Annlmal personKeystone
Heights Hospital
Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler Telegraph office In writing and paid In $135 a month A up.473-7566
7344 SR 100 .
Keystone Heights.ltchg727 Salary $16,1OQ annually (after training) with a benefit
Hospital, P.O. Box 748 lake Butler, or advance unless credit Is already 473-7810.. 17 tpd 6/8.9/28

call 4962323. 61TFRECEPTIONIST established with this office. MOBILE HOME -2 BR 1 BA fenced yard, PART TIME janitorial position at package worth over $4,000. Minimum qualifications:
FOR VETERINARY THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE shed close to Keystone school, $285
15 hours
Keystone Heights Library. a
HOSPITAL applicant should b. very HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN mo. plus security deposit. Call 475-3203 week. Call 4734286. ltchg7/27 Must meet requirements of Florida Statute 943,
7 personable and enjoy Working with'the" CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER !' "'"alter p.m. 4tchg 7/6-27 !
including but not limited to School
IIIit public Good telephone etiquette THE TELEPHONE. i J i 43U.IAKE GENeUA.Ju/nlKhtd efflcleq-,_ High Diploma'ofOED.
4 essential. Must have typing skills and Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON/ cy. Laundry and dock facilities. $275 f -AND FOR SALE-* Citizen of the United States;have obtained! gie

minimal computer skills would be prior to per month, plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6
helpful. Prefer someone with previous .. Thur.day/.ubllcallon. tfnchg LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks. 14900. 19 and pass a physical exam. Must also successfully

experience as a receptionist and/or office 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE 21 N. $500 down, $181 month. Phone
urine Males between 19-26
manager. Send resume to Carol ot placement Is NOT Guaranteed. across street from Hard.... 17X34', 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 4755675. tpd complete a drug test. must

1051 S. Water St., Stark., Fl. 32091, or Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS $275.adjoining 20'X32*. $350.473.4375. 71383KIYSTONI present proof of registration with the Selective Service.
for then 15 cents for HEIGHTS MH lots. Clay
call 964.6411 weekdays from 9-5 p.m. words $3.50 7/13 tfnchg
2tcha; 7/20-27 each word thereafter. $1 billing charge 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred.AC County. Some on paved road. Close In

will be added to each CHARGED full bath, refrigerator, everything furnished KH. $500 down. $78 month. 4734375. Interested should contact:
4tcha 7/13-8/A persons
classified ad. except cooking gas. $250
DURRANCEPUMP ---N month $50 deposit. 473-2667. 4tchg LOVELY '83 FLEETWOOD with all R. Nate Holton, Personnel ManagerNew
R. V. 7/20-8/10 amenities, 3/2. FR, covered full 'length
\011+ & SUPPLY GREAT RENTALS 2 bedroom mobile on patios, dbl. CP 2Ox31 xII%, short walkto River Correctional InstituteP.
LOSTFOUNDKEYS paved street In HIghrid allow lake Geneva. 42500. MATHEWS
IWell ed. $250 per month. 3 bedroom homeIn REALTY Starke. 9644469.TF O. Box 333
Drilling town on Nightengale. Fenced yard.
Raiford FL 32083or
LOST REWARD. lost somewhere Brick veneer. $375 per month. Swan ,
Rotary 2" to 6" around Call Street at Bradford Lake weekly rental. Swim, fish, ski. REWARD phone

Telegraph. 964.6227.117/27 Story book lake cottage for your family

IVcIPumps vacation. Sleeps 6. $350! per week FOR INFORMATION for Information (904) 964-4000

Watson Realty. 473. 816. 1tchg7/27 leading to the recovery of red 1988 Preference shall be given to veterans and of
All Sizes9fl47061 spouses
THREE BEDROOM 1 1'/ bath $.0100 month. Kawasaki 220 wheeler with blue

964-2313 evenings. 4tchg 7/6-27 stripes' .missing since week of June 20. veterans
Call 473-7865 after 7 p.m. ltpd7/27 po-RR-5376 EOE/F
fco Down PaymentHandiHouse MOBILE HOMES -

FOR SALE BOATS FOR SALE .

i I CONFUSED ABOUT WHICH HOME TO 1917-14 j FT GUNOE fishing boat.' TRAIN FOR CAREERS 1 2 ACRE

a C&C Mini-Storage BUY Cant find the perfect home Camouflage, live well, hardly used.
TRACTS
Relax Hughes Mobile Homes In Starke $325.; 1983 Johnson 4Vt HP motor, excellent lNe.1e ,
964-8848 offers a full range of doublewldes and.lnglld. condition, $450 or$750 for both.
SECRETARY FOR SALE.
Garages ... New designs |just In. Coll Kyle, 473-2438. Itpd 7/27 EXECUTIVE !

ShowTOOmI Greenhouses Check us out. You are In for a pleasant .WORD PROCESSOR
yl.if On r Storage Dl surprise. Call 964.6407. Itchg 7/27 HOME! SlUDY IRES.TRAINING Bauless Hlohtvay
For Your PlumbInttPsrta
Includes Semite
301 S. f .
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fift4 N.Temple Ave.. Starke KOA/ USED TIRES 1-800-327-7728 4: 1l-1l X41

Wal-Mart THE HART SCHOOL
.F. ea' & Weekend A WT.of A.C.T.Corp.

2213523 Wetl. HJqtre., Pompano Beach.TL

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TRAIN FOR CAREERS Df
I GROWING COMPANY LOOKING FOR AN JK

INDIVIDUAL SEEKING A FUTURE INMANAGEMENT NO'RECAPS & NO REGROOVES. StumpGrin4ing

'I 'AIRLINESCRUISE

t' In management and have good people ..TRAVEL LUTES AOBMCm
experience
have INC.
Must s1dD8. Individual must be organized and be able and willin g BIG OAK TIRE,. II, HOME STUDY/RES.TRAINING in

all aspects of buslneis: College mechanical ability Specializing
to learn field helpful. Company 964-9388 Removal
I and be familiar with agriculture Stump

offers competitive sables and fringe benefits Including fully'paid 3O1 1601 TEMPLE AVE; I
U.S. N. N.
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health and life InSurance POgramP.Interested 18003277728IiattBudgTtsa
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I t Starke AdsHOMES .j.jI PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE FOR SALE Signal Begin than BrigadeTo 2.000 TrainingMore members of the

ALTERATIONS sippers, ".m., Buttonholes 228th Signal Brigade, South Carolina
patches, etc Drop off and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. A. Iowa. DESPERATE-MUST SELL due to financial Army National Guard, deployed<< to
pick up. 7 days a week 7 am.8 p.m.. $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF difficult! !. 2 Quarterhorse geldings the Florida Panhandle and Nor
964.5587. Plnehurst Variety across NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, plus tack. Call 468.2527 for more Info. theast Florida July 8-22 to conduct 15
HOMES from Southside Elem. Hwy 100 S. measures 24x36" $.50 each Great for Itpd 727GREETING days of annual training.
5/25TF patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, 135 CARD CASES. three 4.'foot
of the 228
contingent
FOR SALE FOR SALE STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SER- W. Call St. 964.6305. TF lighted units plus one corner unit. $100 Largest Guardsmen ever to train
VICE all makes and models cleaned NEW HOMI SEWING MACHINE dealer OBO 964,7271. Itchg 7/27 Brigade
HOMES FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE IV. baths, kit- oiled and adjusted| $15. New and used regular machines and sergers. BABY CRIB with mattress. 4 crib sheets together in Florida, the units will include
HUGHES MOBILI HOMES, Stark chen/dlning combined, living room Hwy, 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.) Plnehurst Variety Store, across from dust ruffle and bumper pad. $100. Headquarters&Headquarters
EAGLES NEST HOMES kit (form or with sky light VI acre f.nc.dln. Corner 964.8733. 6/8TF Southside Elementary School 964.4984 after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/27 Detachment (HHD), 105th Signal
erected shell 3 men, 3 days 964.8447 230S SE 1st St 9649505. "Itpd 7/27 LAWN MAINTENANCI AND CLEAN-UP 964.5587. TF 193 FORD DIESEL TRACTOR model Battalion; and the 112th Signal Com-
or eves 473.3627. 4/20TF FOUR BEDROOM, 2 both central air. In low rates, free estimates. Call J.C.. ALECIA HAY for tale In roll. Arthur 4100 excellent working condition, Includes pany, North Charleston; CompanyA
Rolford Recently remodeled 34900. 9649240. 4tchg 7/27.8/17 Catkin, 782.3140. 6/8TF disk A mower 964.5128 or 111th Signal Battalion, Belton;
RALPH BRYAN REALTY.4-B87t Owner fin. 964.8602 after 6 p.m. TF- C.C.'S PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SER- HANOI! HOUSI portable buildings, 964.2796. 2tchg 7/27.B/3 265th Quartermaster Detachment,
lEST BUY 3/1 from., CHS A, in town, |mmt VICEi licensed Insured, references storage buildings, garages, GRAiN' -FED CHANNEL CATFISH. 2 to 3 Ib. Allendale; HHD, loath Signal Bat-
$26,000. ACRE TRACT 4 acres of mature pines, Total care, carpets, tile, everything greenhouses. NO DOWN PAY average. You rotch. $1.50 per Ib talion, Camden; Company B, 151st
5 ocr. of Improved drained property, MENT. Hwy. 301 South, 964.8848. 7B2.3635. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 Battalion and the
REDUCED 12,500: 3 BR, 2 ba, on SR 230. Residential and commercial. 782.3089. Signal Lexington;
Living/dining room, family room with pecan trees, fruit trees, mobile home, 4tchg 7/20.9/ 7/13TF MUST SELL! matching sofa and love seat 251st Medical Company, St. Mat
fireplace, garage and complete well, septic Great building site for Wl COME TO YOUI auto and truck TRAILER rear-end of pickup, convertedto $250. Matching sofa and chair $100. thews; all of which will train at
satellite system 59500. small ranch Located 1 mile from repairs Also clean garages and yards. trailer. Complete with toil.lights and ASAP. 9645989. Itchg 7/27 Camp Blanding.
3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition. CHSA, Starke Golf Course $34,900, TFjmm 9649673. Stchg 7/20.8/3 turn signals. Just right for hauling COMPLETE BEDROOM SUITE dresser "Our job is to go into an area
enclosed patio, on 1 ocr., close to ROOFING AND REPAIRS Pressure riding mowers, etc. Good big mud.grip chest. double bed, night stand $195. where there's no communicationand
town washing Call 964.6341. Terry Parks. tires. $225. Con be seen at 909 N. 964-7061 8-5 p.m. 964.7578 after 5 p.m. set up and give the same type of
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 4-t878 BUSINESS 7/27TF Thompson 3t 7/20.9/3 Itpd 7/27 service as the telephone company,"
OPPORTUNITIESOWN Will AND DENT LAWN CARE. LIVESTOCK TRAILER 20 ft. Hale trailer Sgt. 1st Class Gary Hutchins, the
THREE BEDROOM, 2'/i bath, 2 story Reasonable prices, free estimates Call $1800. 1964 International pickup $650. brigade's area communicationschief
frame, 16x16 storage. attached garage Theron 485-2795 or Greg 431-1423. 964.4514. 2lchg 8/3 said
with storage 44x28 shelter, 14x50 YOUR OWN APPAREl OR SHOI 4lpd 7/27.8/17 ROTARY TV ANTENNA. 50 ft.. less than 2 Be a Winner In the Drawings "Our mission is to support other
mobile home on 10 acres $74000 Call STORE Choose from: Joan/sport CARPET a VINYL INSTALLATION! Free yrs. old, has AM/FM radio antenna units such infantry or other units
collect, 0.259.6649, Patricia Cray Realty swear, ladles, mens, children/mater- estimates. II yrs experience. with It. Moving. must sell $175. Celebrating Telegraph's110lh that ,don't as have their
com-
5/25TF nlty, large sizes petite, 964-5945. leave Message Ask for 468.1325 or 473 7637. Itchg 7/27 Anniversary!! munications." own
RENTAL HOUSE In Starke for Sale: 2 BR, 1 danceweor/aeroblc. bridal, lingerie oraccessories Wayne Itpd 7/27 PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to
Each of the four bat
bath, full basement, two stock block star. Add color analysis. PAINTING-INTIHIOR/EXTERIORl take up low monthly payments on brigade's
rented. MUST beautiful console piano Coll toll fr... talions will tie in with the other
home, CHSA, currently Brand names Liz Claiborne, Heolthtex, Pressure washing wallpaper hung
SELL..REDUCED to 25500. Eves Bonnie S Bill St. Michele, Forenio, sheetrock repairs Guaranteed work at 1-8003462450 2tpd 7/27.8/3 brigade units to form a communications
473.3627. 6/8TF Bugle Boy, Levi, Camp Beverly Hills, a reasonable price. Call 964.8961 for a CORN PICKER single row run and works network about 250 miles long.
Leslie Fay., Lucia, over 2000 others Or free estimate 3tpd 7/27.8/10 good. 7823355. 2tpd 7/27-8/3 cv This network will spread from Tyn-
MATHEWS REALTY.94-4449 $13.99 on* price designer, mult!.tier CIC CARPET SHAMPOO SPECIAL) 1st CHRISTMAS IN JULY dall Air Force Base near Panama
HISTORICAL! One of Storks's oldest 2 pricing discount or family shoe ,'or.. room $25; each additional room $10. Sale thru Aug. 5 s..jN City through Apalachicola, Perry,
story homes Just remodeled Very of. Retail prices unbelievable for top Minimum 2 rooms. 7823089. Stchg CHASTAIN JEWELRY Live Oak and Lake City, to Camp
fordable at $42.500. quality shoes normally priced from$19to 7/27.8/10 Itchg 7/27 Blanding.
PEACEFUL QUIET Near Southside $60. Over 250 brands 2600 styles TRACTOR WORK mowing. No job too NEW TRACTORS 30 hp $5,000: 70 hp Training involves an internally
Elementary Brick 3 BR, 2 bo CHSA, $18,900 to$29,900. Inventory training, small. Call 964.5444 or 9642844. Itchg $9000: 70 hp 4WD 10000. Coll Morgan rated ARTEP (Army Training and
corner lotTHERESSAt fixtures, air fare, grand opening, *tc. 7/27 Tractor Co, 912487-2121, Homerville, Evaluation Program) in preparation -
Enjoy country living In this Can open 15 days M,. Schneider, ((407)) GOT VIDEO OR TV PROBLEMS Who ya' Ga. 4tpd 727.817FURNITURE. rIYtRI4 for the ARTEP which will be
beautiful 3/2 CB on one wooded acre 366.8606. Itpd 7/27 gonna call? Call Video Doctor, : light blue S gray sleeper -' evaluated by personnel outside the
$55,000. WORKING MOTHERS Want to spend 431.1273. Free estimates and local couch, like new, $250. Call 964.5941. l\t brigade during annual training next
HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick beauty more time with your family? Earn pickup. 2tpd 7/27.9/3 Itpd 7/27 year. Current plans call for next
((1987)), one acre, commute to Stark or $400.$ 500 per month. Flexible hours WILL BABYSIT In my home Monday. PIANO FOR SALE responsible party to year's ARTEP to be held in the
Gainesville. See to appreciate Optional training and advancement Friday, any ages, reasonable rotes assume small monthly payments on Southwestern United States, between
MATHEWS REALTY.964-4469 potential Serious prospects call for Interview 964.2953. Itchg 7/27 spinet piano. Can be seen locally. /
782.3790. I chg 7/27 SISTER SOPHIE can solve your problems) Credit Dept 9042548481. 3tpd I4Help I4/ Fort Hauchuca, Ariz., and Ft.
Bliss Texas.
REDUCED ASSUMABLEI I 3 BR, 1 '/. Ba Ma rrlag.*Love*Buslness.H.o Ilh. 727.810HOT ,
large fenced back yard. Central heat & WANTEDWOULD 782.9802. Itpd 7/27 WATER HEATER 30 gals $50; white "An ARTEP tests your ability to
air Quiet neighborhood In town Mid ST. GEORGE'S MISSION for homeless geese $10 each. 782.3978. Itpd 7/27 move tactically and establish signal
I $40s Negotiable. 964.4123 or mothers and children. Teenage drug ELECTRIC STOVE Hotpoint $120 OBO. centers for a sustained operationover
I 964.5700. 2tpd 7/20.27 LIKE TO BUY OR RENT boys problems. Open to Starke and surrounding Eves alter 4 p.m.. 533.2436. Itpd 7/27 a long period of time, and to
COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE with 3V4 acres, white suit, size 8 slim, for wedding. area. We still need volunteer TILLER WITH ROW-MAKER! $ 25. 1320 support units that need us," Hut-
attractive, quality built 3 BR, 2 bath, 964.8699. Itchg 727PERSONAL brothers and sisters to help us help the Blanding St. after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/27 chins said.
like new brick ham n.ar Keystone lest fortunate. W. need your support MOVING-MUST SELL! Sear Craftsman
Great buy at $65,000. Call Century 21 SERVICESWANT -financial. food, and household tractor, S mos old, 16 hp, 44' cut 5
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Showcase Properties, Broker Items. 9649612. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 speed, with 3 yr, service warranty Included ,-
473.4903. 4tchg 7/27.9/17 $1650. Gas Weedealer, 5 mos. AFFORDABLE!
WHITE FRAME HOUSE 1 BR. new kitchen TO DRINK old 15" Cut Model MOOT, $55. Sears
on 47x95 lot In Raiford. 14750. Call THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I DENTALASSISTANT swing set. $50. Call 468.1974. 2lds T.H.E.APARTMENTS
964.4066. 2tpd 7/27.9/3 WANT TO STOP ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS a SERVICE has 922 E.Brownlee St.
THAT I nice selection of used gas 4 elect us Celebrate Our 110th
CORPORATE RELOCATION HOMES Alcoholics Anonymous964.3619,964.4150,964B64 dryers from $79.95. Window ACs and Birthday 10-121! Camp ElandingRd.
STARKE WANTED Freezers. 310 E. Coll St. 964-2966 Itchg August Starke FL 32C91
GOLF B COUNTRY CLUB 2 story 4 pd 7/27 7/27
bedroom, 3 bath home across from golf CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed, Free LOVE a FORGIVENESS PROBLEMS? Marriage
course New carpet |just pointed inside estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. 4 1/2 DaysDr's or relationships failing? Choose Make Plans Now.... 964-7133
Owner Reddish, 964.8559. TF the adventure and challenge to love as
and detached 2 Tommy
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porch a
screen 2 & 3 DR. oriented with
car garage Reduced to $89,900. WELL DRILLING, PUMPS a SERVICE Our- Gruen & God says to love. Read I Cor. Chop 13 For the Telegraph's 110th family ,
BRICK VENEER HOME only I'/ years ranee Pump S Supply Co., Water In your Bible Tru. love never fails or Birthday August 10-121! laundry& large playground.
old, approx 1800 s I. 3 bedroom, 2'/i systems specialists. 864 N. Tempi Connaughton causes lear or insecurity. For help anda Free electricity first month.
baths, with an open spacious kitchen, Ave. US 301, Starke, 32091. 9/8TF Iree Bible writ.: Don A Elizabeth, Rent 20%of your monthly
fireplace in family room. Assumable TUTORING SERVICES If your child barely 7257 Andromeda lane, Keystone His.. Income if you qualIfy.
$76,000 first mtg $84.900. passed this year, 3 months vacationcan 9645152Come Fl. 32656. 4tchg 7/20.8/10 .If you earn$3.35 per hr.,40.
WATSON REALTY CORP. only makes things worse. Call SEVERAL ITEMS RCA Big Screen TV withsatellite REWARDFOR hrs.. a week: & have 3
dish and descrambler. Also
REALTORS 473-4616 964 8594 5/11TF
dependents lent would be
your
KIMBALL PIANO. Call 964.9152 or
IIchg 7/27 join In our STREET 964-7839. Itchg 7/27 RETURN OF A RED about$112. a month or$3.73
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DANCE Aug. 12 celebratingthe YESTERDAY'S TREASURES has openednext MALE COCKER SPANIEL per day for days left in month
Telegraph's 110th to RR tracks on E. Call St. ANSWERS TO "DUFFY". for move-in after the first.
Anniversary Something for everyone! Itchg 7/27 LAST SEEN 2 WEEKS AGO ON QuallftaLf >Inglcs,Accepted,'. '" '?
HWY 225, APPROX. 1 MILE Move-In cost can be as low as

HERITAGE'VILLAS WEST OF lAwrEY.CiRANDMOTIIERS -$100O. Low Incom ,
DOG. 1EJ Sec. 8 Housing i

PLEASE RETURN MISS HIM Rent for 30%
607 Bradford Court in Starke l lI VERY MUCH Equal of Your l/ICOWUI

Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted s' STARKE RADIATOR & 782-3319 Housing If You Qualify ;

on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 TRANSMISSION, INC.

plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. COMPLETEAIR .
Rental Information and applications are available at the
Rental Office 607 Bradford Court Starke I I CONDITIONING MODEL HOME FOR SALEAt

Call 964-6216 Equal SERVICE Reduced Price
@ Housing Best Place In Town To Take A Leak

Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30: p.m. OpportunitySenior ill I 964-6810 3O&mS:18

IiI.b! THIS OFFER WILL BE FOR AUGUST ONLY

Registered Nurse i i r TOO MANY EXTRAS TO BE LISTED

Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional 10% DOWN OWNER FINANCINGFOR

registered nurse and one year experience. INFORMATION CALL LONGCHAMP HOME

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable, up FOR'SA.LE '; 964-6853 OR 964-8202
to $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000). )

Correctional Medical Technician CERT : .. Fill .Dirt Top Soil.c..

Minimum qualifications, Honda Licensure as a practical nurse. ; ,Large or Small Loads Limerock FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATIONis

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up Tractor Work Backhoe ''Bulldozer requesting potential suppliers for

to $18,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $5.000) .. Exlusive Brokerage Services for the
964-6182 964-5823 964-6Q95
New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be
eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including State period of October 1, 1989. through

Contributions to health insurance and retirement, 13 f a.d!. vac;ion September 3O. 1990, for.the

days CEU's, 10 and paid in-service holidays training and sick leave. Deferred compersafion. plan! Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement countys( ) of UNION.

Community Retirement Home
Interested persons should contact:
R. Nate Holton, Personnel ManagerNew A small retirement In this smallcommunity we also Interested Brokers should submit a

River Correctional InstituteP. community have rentals at SuEl's.We or r have Retirement Su-El's Home. A written request to the FmHA State

Raiford. O. Box FL 333 32083 independent rooms for elf-care seniors. y for licensed seniors group who home need Office, Attn: Betty C. McMurtry to

with It Is a home-like quiet setting t assistance with secure a proposal package be mailed

or phone EOE/F atmospherc.At Su-El's'' personalized supervision.care give- 24 to you which must be returned not
964-4000 PO-RR-3377 we offer housing, hr. supervisionhot
(904)
utilities, maid and meals service later than 8/30/89.
I laundry ,.
7/17 stch,? co
!Preference shall be given to veterans and soouses of veterans laundry services with week, long term
a 24 hr. emergency call stay-Uflednuning
system. Meals asst. flat aid. CPR
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co nfortable.t&' eXrrzoo Vocational Instructor III F/C Communications US 3O1.S. (1 1/2 MI.) : > +
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pssr Temporary Position Starke ]Fl

Minimum qualifications. High School Diploma or equivalentand
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three years experience trade being taught. Desire experiencein We feature PERSONALIZED BUILDING at

;-- ... .. electronics and Rolm telephone system. This position will be Longchamp Homes. CUSTOM DESIGNING for

+ffs+ Buy Uw Timix XL 12OO heet pun> ,, responsible for installation and repairs of telephones associated the way you live. Bring us your pencilled sketchor
ll'l hound to provide a long tutnu feeling
fj. !P o.nfort.s.a..IheXL12oo WeUhertrorf equipment involves installation and slicing of cable intercom rough draft. Our In-staff design artist will
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,'j t' heal pump r becked by m oJuiiv" nunube- and radio t
'. 1';. turcr'i 10 yew bruited warranty on both the data systems. work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs. I
compressor and end.: ,plul 2 year*on partt.And
Interested should contact: Harold
the unit.taper high efficiency help reduce your persons We also have financing available.
energy usafi si you-long. .CilT R. Nat Holton, Personnel ManagerNew Broker with Gainesville
today far detail!on the J'IIAIIE" Davis. Mortgage
XL.1200 available.beat p .Financing River Correctional InstituteP. Mortgage Company. Is located In our office

COWARTAir O. Box 333 complex. Or, if you prefer we will work with

Rallord, FL 32083 : YOUR lender to obtain financing. .

Conditioning Contractors phone LET YOUR DREAMS BECOME A REALITY! :
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CACO37628 (904) 964-4000 I Check with LONGCHAMP HOMES today. Call .:
Benin Bradford sndeurroundlruj
counties.County for over 15years. I 964-8025 ...", EOE/F Preference shall be. given' to veterans. and'spouses. of. n.RR."I7A'veterans, ; 964-6853. x

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July 27.1989 TELEGRAPH,TIMES&MONITQR, SECTION Rage 11B



Nursing



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cleared the site removed muck and
filled to required
constructed 400 feet oTreinforced
concrete footing.fIRS approved construction -
plan document for the
project.On .
July 21, HRS advised FCC that
the project was considered under
construction, and the CONs would
remain valid providing the con-
struction was continuous.:
William Wayne McDaniel, HRS'
CON monitoring supervisor visited
the site Sept. 23, 1987 and found con-
struction had ceased in June with
the site being overgrown nomaterials
on hand and no contracts
for Plumbing or electrical, services.
McDaniel reported the superintendent -
as saying he had no authority to
go forward with the project.
Although McDaniel visited the site PORTABLE OUTDOOR
again January 7, 1988 and found no t ,,
significant progress, FCC said work
continued 1988 Including throughout construction the year into of oAv$48:: FINAL DAYS 4 d

facilities
drainage in October 1987. ,
.
HRS cancelled the two outstan- .134*.Aluminum Pol. Wood Handl'
B shl Attempted Solid Sieel Bund
ding CONs for lack of continous progress 16,000 BTU Cwl Iron Burner THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
on the project. .nd UL Regulator Approved High h NUNON) /

FCC filed a complaint stating the DEEP FRY, BOIL, STEAM 9:00-6:00 9:00-6:00 9:00-6:00 r
project had not been abandoned but STEW/SOUP STIR FRY, '
was slowed for several reasons, one BLACKEN MORElmityQl1J)
of which was failure to obtain per-
manent financing. The ad- i I Ii ' "B'lBBt* MlU"p'aJ' > llsJ > llli P'liII I'lJIll'H'IIIHaaW' IMP '' H" "HL1IL''""" I '

response ministrative to the hearing complaint.was held in CASH.JUST! 1. 1JBq

Hearing Officer Riesling was told .
"more than $550,000 in expenses has .
been incurred to develop the Brad- ,, ',
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ford County project. Of this sum, "" "" If'l" ;Y 4"" .... ,
$475,000 has been paid and an addi- V .
tional $75-$80,000 is owed. The Investment (
and expenditure of some of p
these sums will be lost if the CONs .
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are revoked." &
The report continues, "FCC paid -' t ;
$105,000 for land costs, architectural
plans, engineering and other direct
costs, such as travel to the site, andto -
HRS. James Hall expended per- I r- '
II
sonal funds in amount$370,000,in- I, I i -- ss
cluding $93,000 paid to the general a
contractor Triton Construction Co. I FI
(Pensacola), and owes $75-$80,000 in I \
outstanding obligations I I'' I'' PI'' I
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Financing... III I I //Ill, 111 llt Ii'

FCC first sought financing I II I I I Illlll Iliill '
t J Plush VelvetLivingroom
through the sale of tax-free industrial -
bonds but changes in '
federal laws closed that revenue for I Group / -=
raising funds. ,, \ t i i ,
While taxable bond financing was I The soft comfort of triple layered / rI
considered, the costs 20 to 24 per- I backs and plump seat cushions
cent of the total value of the loan li'I
made the cost prohibitive. Becauseof covered In a lush velvet fabric I J&

these developments, FCC eventually highlight this stunning group. Each
sought conventional financingof piece is expertly crafted with thickly /
ithe projectf since .tWs wouM-- padded arms and shirred base fronts I I Ito
feasibility.significantly' enhance the project Sofa 3 9 9 give an impressive quality look. I ILoveseat

Hall began working on financing
Chalr..S299ALL
for the Bradford County project, ..$369
making application to the Atlantic
Pioneer Savings and Loan but the S
and L declined the application in Ju-

ly 1987. i;. *& +* \ WOOD Country Dining Room
Hall subsequently requested con- I r :i
Choose from Table and 4 Side Chairs
ventional financing for the project
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from approximately 12 to 15 lending or
institutions, and made inquiries to Lighted 2-Plece China Cabinet
several mortgage brokers. In October i-de Pine engravings on Your &JS ffk
1987,a mortgage broker wrote F cabinet hardwood. <9&JLwB HArm
that he had found a bank with some ., -- '' Chalr.....199 Choice '
interest in the project, but would
consider loaning only 75
the total project cost. In Member, I
1987, another bank evidenced Interest -
In underwriting the project,
but.this also failed to materialize.
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Findings... :
Hearing Officer Kiesling found Z SSSXfSffc iI I
that HRS had revoked the two CONsin
error and ordered the certificates 4-Pc. Cherry Finish Bedroom
reinstated, saying "FCC has made a
good-faith effort to fully develop and I" *' Accented with keyhole hard I
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construct subject nursing home project $489 ware. Suite Includes: Full/ :
but was precluded from doingso Queen Size Bed Dresser, :;
circumstances its con- Mirror and Chest.
by beyond
trol. The uncontroverted competent Matching Nlghtstand.99 :
substantial evidences demonstratesthat I IPrompt
FCC not only commenced con- Large Capacity Washer ROYAL COMFORT :
struction but completed all of the i
footers for the foundation of the PILLOW TOP :.
Bradford County nursing home Including -v $399 Soft and comfortable cushioning of i
a stem wall. FCC con- quilted upholstery material Exclusive
structed the drainage system for the Two Wash Temperature Selection pillow top attached to both side of I
two courtyards for the project In ac- I Unbalanced Load Control mattress Beautiful/ designer cover
cordance with plans approved by Porcelain Enamel Top Tub. Lid and Basket Letro Lok boxsprings with non skid ili
HRS for the construction of the nurs- Heavy Duty Dryer surface to match 12 year warranty.
ing home. FCC's efforts with regardto TWIN SIZE $QQ
the construction of the nursing Each Ptoce- && 1
home were hampered by the slope of uaal $3 4 9 FULL StZE'
$149
the site which required the application IAPACITY Each Piece ...-..--.-- d
of thousands of yards of fill dirt, Up to 130 Min. Drying for Heaviest Loads w QUEEN SIZE!
and also substantial demucking ro;,,TMB, Removable Up-Front Lint Filter 2-Po. Set.__. .............-..-- .399
within the perimeter of the founda oM o ur Smooth Porcelain Enamel Finished Drum I KINO SIZE! $499
tion. Construction activity extended n1 90-Day Refund or Exchange 3-Pa. Set _
mid-October,
from May through Option direct from GE.
1987.
"HRS has failed to prove the
charges In the Admin trative Com-
plaint. There has been significant
construction activity on this project,
other than site preparation for the -
\
time period In question. Moreover validgrounds OGO O
this charge does not constitute
for the revocation of the -\
subject CONs. A mere work stop-
of lack of continous construcion -
does not constitute a violation of
section 38l.710(2)a), Florida
Statutes. The statute authorizes
revocation of a CON only If''the ttST tl
holder of the CON Is not meeting the
timetable for developing the project
and Is not making a iooWaltheflart 25" Console Color TV Rocker-Recliner Pine Bunk construction Bed In a
Sound
the Tower/Rack System
(as defined by rule) w meet project 139 Phase Locked Son High Back natural pin* finish to take even
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timetable. Since HRS presented AM/FM Stereo Tuner Cushion children. Include .
no evidence of FCC's timetable for $299 .. Dual Cassette Deck 5499 ; o$2 Super Solt Velvet $129Solid. the bum-in tougnert ladder and guard rail. .r
developing this project,'there U no 2.S d Turntable Upholstery Maltreeaea sold Mj>8rately. i
evidenceIn .
way to determine from the Graphic Equalizer "
whether FCC wu
Oils proceeding
meeting the timetable. Furawj
more FCC submitted the required Free Delivery. & Set-Up
monitoring reports which coon; FurnitureAPPLIANCES J
atitutM a presumptlOD under timetable Easy In-Store Charge Plan Farmers
rule that FCC bAd.met the
Plan-
for this project. Young Adult Charge

this"Additionally project was&work cuaabl.stoppage> ? that OD 30-60-90 Days, Same As Cash ELECTRONICS

there have been significant construction .' Up to M500 Instant: Credit to .. --
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I News Briefs Carolyn are{ I

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William D. Merchant 19, was arrested -
Tuesday Accident properly at 7:30 p.m. July 20. Ed- at US-301 according to Deputy Andrea Renee Jenkins 27, of Anthony Adkins Holmes 26, of July 21 for permitting
wards lost control of the pickup and Harvey Rhoden. Martin was asleepIn Gainesville was arrested July 22 Alachua County was arrested July unauthorized person to drive, according -
Sends 2 by TRAUMAA the vehicle overturned according to the ditch with his vehicle neaiby. charged with violation of probationsix 20 for DWLS, according to TrooperD. to Patrolman Perry Gorman. I
Bond at
C. Roberts. Edwardswas In veiw was a bag of mari- ( charges of forgery from C. Roberts. was set
andCR225 Trooper D. plain his Bond was set lit$250, he was released -
CR-16
Tuesday accident et $213.23. he was released on ownrecognizance.
in the vehicle ) according to
taken to Bradford Hospital with juana on the console Alachua County on his recognizance.
TRAUMA I to air .
required multiple trauma according to said Rhoden. Martin was charged Deputy Danny Thrift. Jenkins also
flight two Lawtey residents to Paramedics Rusty Barrett and Jer- with possession alcohol beverage bya has a hold on her from Clay County.
University Hospital in Jacksonville. ral Johnson. He was later transfer minor possession of less than 20 Bond was set at$6,000 cash or sure-
Sam-
and
Ronald Woodjinski, 32, red to Alachua Hospital where his grams cannabis possession of drug ty.
sun Henry 38, received multiple said Rhoden. WRESTLINGTOMORROW
to condition is improved. Passengersin paraphernalia
trauma in the accident according and Dan the vehicle Justin Edwards 13, Martin awaits first appearance. Robert Earl Simmons 31, was arrested -
Paramedics Cliff Chapman Jennifer and Garrett Petteway 27, were July 23: for attempted NIGHT
Cuddington. Passenger treated for minor injuries at Brad- burglary according to Deputy
Wood inski, 4, was listed as a possible '
ford Hospital. Recent ArrestsIn Barry King.According to the victim I
injury. Squad Five was required Edwards was charged with driving Simmon was drunk, beating on her
for extricating the victims from the the under Influence, according to Bradford CountyThe door trying to talk to her. Bond was National Guard Armory
vehicle. According to Chapman arrests madein set at $1,000.
following
Roberts. were
squad did a good[ and Job Henry's of extricating.Woodjinski conditionis Trooper authorities.Bradford County by local 8 PM Friday Night, July 28th

listed as fair as of press time.A Man Arrested

1986 Ford pickup, driven by For Sexual BatteryA Sandra Martin,35,of Putnam Hall Tickets on sale after 3 p.m. Friday. All seats $7.00

Timothy bound on D.CR-16.Faulkner A 1988 23 Ford, was, driven west- 52-year-old man was arrested was arrested July 23 at the Pine TrafficAngela First come, First & Best Seats
southbound on July 22 for sexual battery. Tree Inn for disorderly conduct according -
by Woodjinski was Marvin Clayton Stinnett whose Chief Pat Henry. She was Murray Wallace 28, was
the
at stop
CR-225 an dwas stopped Donald vehicle has a Tennessee tag was released after a $250 surety bond arrested July 23 after she was EVENT
sign according to failed Trooper to the staying outside the residence of the was posted. observed driving her red Toyota OPENING
Dean. Woodjinski see
into victim in Melrose. When the victim pickup truck in an erratic manner
approaching pickup and pulled left turn. went outside to check on him Thelma Lee Joiner 27, of Lawteywas according to Deputy Thrift. Wallacewas MIKE AWESOMEVS :
its path while making Ford a in the because he was Intoxicated the victim also arrested at the Pine Tree charged with driving under in
struck the
The pickup stated he grabbed her by the Inn July 23 at 12:30: a,m. for fluence. She was released after a ]
said Dean. Woodjinski was
side cited, for violation fo right away. throat and force her into the van disorderly conduct according to $500 surety bond was posted. TOTAL DESTRUCTION ]
listedas with him where the incident took Deputy Henry. Bond was set at ]
Damage to the pickup was Ford place, according to Deputy Barry $1,000 cash or surety. Ronald Walter Gulley. 20, was arrested -
to the was
$2,500. Damage King.Bond. July 21 for driving while SPECIAL EVENT ]
$8,000. was set at$2,500 he remainsin Gerald Mark Griffis of Lawtey license suspended (DWLS), accor-
Starke Man InjuredIn custody. was arrested July 22 for carrying a ding to Patrolman Gordon Smith.He
concealed firearm according to Sgt. was released after a $213.23 surety DENNIS KNIGHTVS
Truck AccidentA Man In Ditch Gerald Hayes. Griffis was arrestedat bond was posted. -
ear-old Starke man received the police station after he came
Gets ArrestedA Paul Andrew Hughes 28, of ASIAN ASSASSIN
multiple injuries when his pickup there with a loaded weapon in his
truck overturned,pinning him under 20-year-old Graham man asleepIn pants, said Hayes. After the officers Keystone Heights was arrested July
the vehicle. a ditch late Tuesday night was arrested asked for the gun,Griffis reluctantlygave 21 for expired tag, according to ;
Zackery Randolph Edwards driving on several charges. the gun to the policeman. Grif- DeputyThrift.He was released aftera I SPECIAL CHALLENGE MATCH
I a 1978 Ford pickup,was spinning William Richard Martin and his fis remains in custody under no $250 surety bond was posted. i ii i ii

circles in a cow pasture on private vehicle were found July 25 on SR-227 bond. i i STAR RIDERSVS


. Nursing Home... i iI I PLAYBOYSMAIN- -


from 11B tion."' employment for 100 or more local experienced nursing home workersis
page< The order was Issued December 1, residents. extremely limited in the area,anda
sued prior to the issuance of the'Ad- home will make
1988. When plans were first unveiled for second nursing .''
minstrativer Complaint and more the second facility to locate in recruiting good workers difficult for EVENT
I that$550,000 in expenses were Incur- Conclusion... Starke Fred Cline then ad- both. ,

red for the project.the construction activity FCC has apparently received per- minstrator for Whispering Pines Pines FLORIDA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
"Finally of the Whispering
with Convalescent Center in Starke ex- Owners
funding for the project,
manent
plan approval and expendituresof the Triton Construction Co. on the site pressed his concern for finding ex- Convalescent Center have expressed STEVE GATOR) KEIRN (CHAMP)
over $550,000 with regard to electrical perienced staff in the area. doubts in the need for additional I) (
construction and development of the with plumbing and con- beds in Bradford County,saying that j j -VS.KENDALL -
nursing home con- tractors at work. residents from !
Bradford County will accomodate 120 Joseph W. Me Corkle, who succeeded they are accepting
The facility
stitute sufficient mitigation which administrator at outside Union and Bradford Counties -; WINDHAM
would make HRS' proposed revocation residents to information when completed submitted according dur-- Whispering Cline Pines as echoed the same ,in order to maintain full or near|I
unreasonable arbitrary -
of FCC' CONs i
and capricious agency ac- ing the zoning process and provide thought,saying the labor market for full capacity.


_ ObituariesMrs.

ficiating.Burial was in Long Branch Methodist Church in Lawtey with especially want to thank the
Elsie Norman Cemetery in Clay County. Rev. A.C. Bryant officiating. Burial members of Pine Level Baptist Shop at Joan'sfor
with Church and Rev. & Mrs. Roman
Lake Cemetery
in
Mrs. Elsie Kizzie Norman,50,died was Crosby
brotherhoodand
Alvarez for their loving
Mrs. Mable Wainwright Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
in Shands Teaching Hospital
15
July watch-care in Christ to our
following a brief illness. -Mrs. Mable A: Walriwrlght94; of Starke in charge of arrangements. parents throughout the years. '
Mrs. Norman was born in Lawtey, died July 21 at WhisperingPines
Jacksonville where she resided until Care Center following an extended -
The Family Roscoe Bullington
moving to Lake City four years ago. illness.A Card of ThanksWe Ifie finest in Ladies
She was a homemaker. lifelong resident of Bradford
Survivors include her mother County Mrs. Wainwright was the would like to express our
Mrs. Pearl Norman of Lake Butler; widow of the late Truby L. Wain- heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our fashions
four daughters, Carol Vierling wright. She was a member of Grace many friends and family in the time Card Of ThanksThe
Robin Jenkins and Michelle Gills allof United Methodist Church of Lawtey. of our sorrow. family of Rebecca Johns ex-
Lake Butler and Norman Jean Survivors include seven sons Bill Thank you for the flowers, food, tend a special thanks to friends selection
Smythe of Orlando; one son,Jimmy C. of Atlanta, Edward C. of Lake card and phone calls, and most of who expressed their sympathy during We carry a f of
Ellison of Lake Butler; three Butler Frank B. 'Doc' of Jacksonville all your prayers. our time of loss. All the
brothers Richard and Edgar Lee ,Jack M. and Louie L., both of The Tullie Norman Family prayers, food phone calls and your favorite Brand names -
Norman both of Yulee and Elmer Tallahassee James T. and Dan C. eautiful flowers were very
Norman of Lake Butler; two sisters, both of Lawtey; one daughter thoughtful. Leslie fay, Missy &
Edna Moon of Green Clove Springs Marguarite Brassell of Tallahassee; Card of ThanksOur A special thanks to employees of ,
and Cathy Addison of Lake Butler; 27 grandchildren. 35 great- Tanglewood Nursing Home and Ar- Petites
and 13 grandchildren.Funeral grandchildren and five great-great- sincere appreciation to our cher Funeral Home for their kind-
services were held July 18 friends and neighbors for their her sickness and death. /
grandchildren.Funeral ness during (
and faithful during Andrea Gayle Propecy
in Archer Funeral Home Chapel services were held Sunday prayers support Seeber Johns and family iiwr
with Rev. Terry Cranford of- July 23 at Grace United the recent loss of our father. We Wilford Johns and family i Persona-or&nates

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. Record Trophy Buck Named r. Bradford rises SaBino


A white-tailed buck taken almost Book which is the comparison stan- Chiropractic Center Summer Clearance Sale
50 years ago in Wakulla County has dard for big deer everywhere non-
been recognized by the Florida typical racks must score at least 195 Starke Office Continues With
Game & Fresh Water Fish Commis- and typical racks 170.
sion as the state's new number one Deer antlers are scored 01 218 S. Walnut St. Additional Reductions.
measured in inches to the nearest
non-typical buck. Next to the Chamber of Commerce
And it is also the first Florida dderto 1/8 inch according to their symmetry
make the Boone&Crockett Club's and mass. 9644957PAIN
All-Time Record Book in either the Durrance killed his record buck
non-typical or typical categories. while on a weeklong camping trip in Joan's fashions
Typical antlers are symmetricalwith 1940 or '41he can't remember
matching pairs of tines usually which year. He was with his father Starke Plaza 964-7651
growing from the upper surface of and an uncle and killed the deer CONTROL

both main beams. Non-typical. ahead of deer doas. .Headaches
antlers frequently nonsymmetrical
are and have unmatching .Neck*Arm INJURIES Visa Mastercard Layaways Welcome

tines growing from sides or lower Soon after killing his big buck. .Mid Back! Work Related.
: surfaces of both main beams.They Durrance displayed the rack in hib .Low Back A Leg .Sports
also may have tines on upper beam mother's grocery store in Medart. It .penona!
Cf
:I surfaces., remained there until 1959 when Dur AccIdents AIR-CONDITIONING
Auto
The 25-point non-typical rack rance moved it to his Tallahassee office. BRADFORD
: scores 201 3/8 inches and was killed .He had the rack mounted In the SlICES ELECTRICAL
DAVID &
: near the onset of WWII by Clark early "70s and finally took It to his DR. W.
; Durrance of Medart. Today Dur- Tallahassee home when he retired in DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
: rance, who is 74 yrears old lives 1975. CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS 10% Discountfor
: with his wife Gladys In Curious about the size of the rack .
: Tallahassee. Durrance took the rack in for scoring THE TEAM APPROACH

The rack sports 11 points on the In May after seeing an announcement CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
: right side 14 on the left and about deer heads being scored HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK Senior Citizens
measures 27 inches at its widest for the Commission's Florida Buck
point. To make B&C's All Time Registry. 964.4957.24 HOUR BEEPER 1 .

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