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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I'I'i i Worth Chief Epps Re-Elected. Barber Wins City Seat I.M. q


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Noting by Butter Rohn was the only race in four of the five elected. In prior elections, black I

BCT Staff Wrlt.r city districts. Starke has 2,239 Total candidates had to run city-wide, and
I Gator Q-back... Starke voters didn't fool around registered voters, with 1,122 casting District: 1 2 3 4 5 : were generally overwhelmed by
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with close races in the Tuesday, ballots. Epps 148 174 156 137 114 729 white candidates. A recent court
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Sept 12, election. They re-elected District 2, Reno area, with 404 Hodges 83 62 102 64 73 384 decision changed the voting patternof
and the Lake Region Gator Chief of Police Jimmy Epps with 65 voters, cast 239 ballots for 59.2 percent the city, providing for the city to .
Boosters will hold a lower number than expected No vote 4 3 2 0 0 9 be divided
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a joint meeting percent of the votes cast, and gave five voting precincts. i
today, Thursday, Sept. 14, at the vernon Barber a 70 percent majority by election, officials. Total 5 239 260 201 187 1.122 District 2 has 10 white and 394 black .

Keystone Golf and Country Club, In the District 2 commission race. This is the first opportunity in Reg 513 404 549 356 417 2,239 voters.
6:30-8: p.m. Snacks and cash bar. The voter turn-out, 50.1 percent, history for a voter district with 394 _
On program, Athletic Director Bill exceeded expectations more blacks registered to vote for a black Epps 63 72.8 60 68.1 61 65 Chief of Police...

Arnsparger, Head Recruiter Jim especially since the chief of police candidate, and expect him to be Chief Jimmy Epps, serving an
Goodman. Topic, update on north eight month bob-tail term, won the
end zone expansion. office for the next two years, 729
votes to 384
Scout Roundup... Nine voters failed to mark ballots.

Scout roundup at 7:30: p.m. I" Epps took a commanding lead in
tonight, Thursday, Sept. 14, at k s 3 d v : every precinct, including Reno, in
elementary schools, says Caroline which candidate John Hodges expected
n to do well.
Eaves. 11:"
When the count was announced,
Car Wash... Epps said, "I am elated. Thank you
from the bottom of my heart. I now
A church car wash will be held .1 have two years to fight the drug traf
Saturday Sept.. 16 on parking lot of ,. fic."
't.Community State Bank beginning t After shaking hands and receiving
at 8:30: a.m. Cost, $2 per car. Proceeds : many hugs from happy supporters,
go toward "Victory Revival Epps left City Hall, saying, "It has
Center of Heilborn Springs, Inc." been a long day."

When Chief Epps drove away, two
SRWMD Meeting... police cars followed with lights and

The Suwannee River Water sirens on.John .
Management District's governing Hodges, who has now lost
board will meet Thursday, Sept. 21 twice to Epps, said, "I'm not really
at 9:30: a.m. in district head- surprised,but I expected to do better
quarters in Live Oak. The public is than I did. I'm not giving up, I'll try
invited. again. I believe people will be ready
for a change in two years."

Good to Know... Hodges went on to say that he was
"really surprised to lose in the Reno
Bradford residents in outlyingareas area.'' During his campaigning in
may dial toll-free two Reno, residents complained that
Gainesville numbers and reach there has been no change in drug
either the Bradford County Cour- trafficking and they are "fed-up"
thouse of the County Jail, which is and ready for a change in the Police
manned during night hours. The Department. The complaints didn't
two telephone numbers are 377-5122 translate into votes for Hodges,
and/or 376-1502. since Epps took 72.8 percent of the

Grant Visit.. Reno votes.
\. Hodges said he may apply for the
'..._ Congressman Bill Grant will visit town marshal position in Hampton,
downtown Starke, Monday, Sept. which is vacant. "Several people
18, from 10 a.m. to noon. Grant will have asked me to come back"
teach a history class at BHS after Hodges said.Hodges .
lunch. would not comment on the
Call Steve Reagan, Ph. 964-3349 flyers Gainesville Sun subscribers
for more information or to discussa found in their paper boxes Tuesday
specific problem. 4 I I 1 morning, soliciting votes for

., Hodges.
Season Tickets... + "I m not part of the 'goodoldboy'clique
in Starke, and don't have a
Reserved seat tickets for Brad- large number of relatives in the area
ford High varsity home football to support me," Hodges said in clos
games are on sale at the High

School office. Price, $25 each. See ing.Hodges, short of funds, ran a door-
Wanda Prevatt, the finance officer. to-door campaign.

During the exuberance of the elec-
f tion campaign, several police officers -.
Expecting?... said they were coerced into

Expecting a baby soon? You Votes Count... signing a newspaper advertisement
won't want to miss the next supporting Epps, and unauthorized
Clerk Neil Tucker counts flyers supporting Hodges were plac-
prenatal series beginning Tuesday,
Sept. 19, at 7 p.m., in the Bradford Starke votes for the last ed in The Gainesville Sun
Extension Building. Classes are a time, above. With Tuckerare newspapers inside Starke Tuesday.

free, but please pre-register by poll workers (l-r) Agnes Council Race...
964-6280 ext. 209 224. In
calling or
Lake Butler call 496-2321. s'h) Dinkins, Clerk Tucker, Vernon Barber swept the District
Margaret Williams, Ruby 2 election with more than twice the
EDC Annual Meet... Howell, and Bernadine Ear votes of his opponent,A.J.Simmons
taking 160 to 76 votes.
The Bradford County Economic ly."I'm Three voters failed to mark a
Development Corporation will hold elated said Police choice in the race.
its annual meeting and banquet at after the Simmons left City Hall immediately
the Fairgrounds, Friday, Sept. 22. Chief Jimmy Epps after the count was an-
Tickets, $12.50 each Call Ingrid vote count. nounced and made no statement to

Smith, ph. 964-7375 for reservations. Z At left: Vernon Barber, The Telegraph.
commis Barber said having commissioners -
the first black city
DuPont Dinner... run in districts means "a
sioner. lot" to District 2, but there will be no
The annual dinner meeting of the
DuPont 25 year club is set for Fri- t P Pi. immediate changes.

October 6, at 6 p.m. Letterswill
be mailed soon regarding .
t.t- details.
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Club Speaker... -- .

If your club or organization is To r r.II. Avail'her

looking interest for to a speaker the community with a ,topicof con- Taxpayers Howl at Increases, O

tact Dan Cuddington, Ph. 9642029or eI
6911. Speakers available to talk increased subslahtTalfy by- taxes are going up from $220 to
the office of Property Appraiser has been
Complaints and insults were hUlled 1- $100 special assessments, and in- because
"I'm being penalized
Bradford
about County Special Alvarez this $515.
Jimmy Alvarez.Commissioners. Appraiser year.
Olympics for the mentally han- at Bradford commissioners for creases in tax millage rates. had a difficult The county Starke, the school I'm trying to upkeep my property,"
2-hours last Thursday night Sept. Commissioners took the heat anddidn't Ms. Williams said.
dicapped. 7, over tax increases in the county'sproposed really defend their stand on time making the crowd understandthat board, and water management Several residents complainedabout
districts all have authority to levy
taxes not
are
county property
million the household
Job $8.1 budget. $100 per assessment CPA Pat Farnsworth, who the proposed $100 special
Corps... The commissioners taxes
Commissioners held a public hear $70 for the jail and $30 for emergency going up. approved assessment,but commissioners saidit
works with the county on the budget,
Young men and women ages 18 ing at which, after the public yelled, medical services. Neither did the 5-0 the rollback rate of 6.527 wasn't on the agenda to be discussed. -
21, think about joining the Job argued, and made accusations for commissioners give ground, but mills, the tax rate which will dollars bring at in explained.It's double talk said John People asked how can the
Corps. Free job training, self-paced an hour or more, the proposed coun- after the long session tentatively ap- the same amount of tax rate of 7.783 Kuespert, a resident of Lake Santa budget be set if you don't know how
the 1988-89 millage
GED program, learn a skill and ty budget of $8.1 million was ten proved the proposed budget and Fe who said his taxes are going up much you're going to tax Some people -
earn money while you learn. For tatively approved. The commission millage levy of JS.527 mills. mills.The Bradford School Board Is proposing from $122 to $331. "Somebody does took the opportunity to tell commissioners
more information, contact Irene proposes to keep property taxes at The Tax Aajustment Board,which to increase property taxes by not know what they are doing," they would not re-elect
Pearce Johnson at Job Service of current levels. This year considers protests of property 1.6 mills and the Suwannee River Kuespert said. "Why am I taxed on them.
Florida, 1430 S. First St., Lake City assessments are up, so the county assessments is set to meet at 9:30: Water Management District by .2 I don't use it?" Kuespert Med Connelly a Hampton Lake
FL or call (904) 758-0433.: millage rate will go down. a.m. Monday, Sept. 25. mills, and some local municipalities pointed out he lives in a forgotten resident, said it is entirely possiblethe
While county commissioners actually taxes. An Individual'stax end of the county. If he dials 911, the property assessments are all
Upcoming... reduced county millage rates, Basically, there is no choice, the are raising can increase if his property gets Keystone Heights, he said. right. He said taxes should have
residents tax bills will reflect an increase commissioners repeatedly told the
increased and the increases Kuespert asked"commissioners, gone up in past years and the commission -
Public meetings scheduled in the in millage rates by the Brad- irate crowd of some 150 which assessment levied the two by other "How can you say you're keeping should practice fiscal
coming weeks are: ford County School Board and the overflowed the circuit courtroom. boards. by taxes the same? If you want to dou- restraint.

The September meeting of the Suwannee River Water Manage- The of residents tending ble by assessment, fine, but double "What we've learned tonight Is
Hampton City Council has been set ment District. Commissioners repeatedly said majority too- don't triple them."
the meeting seemed to own lakefront my taxes you-all need help but at budget
for Wednesday September 13, at 7 Residents complained about In- have control over property '
no
they said.
said time Connelly
,
of which Lois
the value Williams Lawtey,
property, Mary
of elections Tues- levied
p.m. because city creased property assessments, the assessments, which are by
day. Three newly elected city -

cil meeting.The members New River will be Solid seated Waste at this Blanding Artillery Noise Draws Rep. Grant to Keystone Heightsmissioner 1


Association will meet at the courthouse '-' that Jett's schedule because
northwest of Keystone He made it clear the meeting' ,
In Macdenny Tuesday By Anne Sponholtx 'Lawrence Blvd. (SR21)' In Keystone;, ,Heights and east of Starke in Clay was an effort to resolve the problems Kennon said "they (Clay County

S iT1ie Bradford County 7:30 p.m.Zoning Editor of lok. Raglan Monitor Heights. to Mike Kennon. aide to County. Some residents have said through opened communications Commissioners) are the ones who
United States Bill, According of has and that Camp Blanding was will be able to do something about
Board will meet in the Starke City Congressman Grant, Clay County Commislsloner ; that the firing heavy artillery
Rep. of the the situation it will not be Congressman
would remain a vital part ;
and
in to citizens' complaints resulted in structural damageto
Grant
Hall at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 26. response James Jett and staff from they' even Grant.
The New River Solid Waste about the noise generated by National Guard have also been ask- their homes. Lake Region. Local resident Jean Herron, who
Association will meet in Macclen- the firing of artillery at Camp Blan- ed to be present. "We're not coming down there to has been one of the area's most
Tuesday. Sept. 26, at 7:30 p.m. ding, has set up a public meeting in 'We're not taking sides. We Just
ny No wayl"Kennon citizens regarding the effects
Camp Blanding. outspoken
The Starke Zoning Board will Keystone Heights on September 18 Kennon said the'meetlng has been want to see what the complaints are close
tf the artiUary firing
where he to be in attendance. set in to letters all about. We're just' getting too said.Furthermore heavy
meet in City Hall, Thursday, Sept. plans response numerous he said that the said she can't stress enough the Importance .
18, at 1 p.m. The meeting is set for 4:45 p.m.: complaining about activities at many letters not to respond, Ken- was planned around Com- of this meeting.
Monday,Sept. 18, at the City Hall on Camp Blanding a National Guard non said. meeting




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TELEGRAPH
September 1<<.1989 "

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. New EDC Director On the Job

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ifcy lu tr Rohn Active in promoting growth of .
.,1eT tiMt Writer Chamber from 250 members to over
Ray NaviUky successful appli- 1,700 members with corresponding
cant for the executive director[ position increase in revenues, from $19,000
of the Bradford County per year to over $500,000, during
Economic Development Corporation tenure.
(BCEDC),began work September 1, Recruited numerous industrial
succeeding the late Chuck firms to Martin County, providing A
McKeown. jobs for Martin County and area 0
of 29 applicants residents.
Navitsky one
was interviewed and recommendedby ; Navltsky's accomplishments did '
the Search Committee chaired not go unnoticed by Martin County IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A NEW
Attorney Richard Welty, presi- executives, who rewarded him with
Bent of BCEDC Three other Florida titles and membership on various DRYER, NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE!
applicants were Interviewed, according commissions and political subdivi
to Med Connelly,member of the sions. 1 /
cor ratlon. After 19 years with the Martin i.
Coming to Starke from Stuart County Chamber of Commerce fie, i
(Martin County on the lower East Navitsky resigned saying 'WltH ;,, I
the present leadership) in place,I felt
Coast), Navitsky has an impressive
it was time for me to move on,seek- .. .
resume in county development ac- ing .,;Ir
a new challenge.
tivities, having been executive vice- # )
president of the Stuart-Martin Coun- Chuck Navitsky said he and the late r.. rI DEPENDABLE MAYTAG _
McKeown friends
were of
for 19 <;
ty Chamber of Commerce DRYERS
long standing, having become
acquainted -
years. During the time, Navitsky
instrumental in number of through their work in '
was a
chamber MODELS
activities. At a recent SELECT
projects most notably:
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state-wide meeting,Wes Larson ex-
-Researched, developed and Im- ,
ecutive director in Palatka asked
plemented the Martin County Navitsk apply for the Bradford
Development Authority, and servedas County jyob, which he did, since he
first secretary to create to the tax-free Authority.'Worked in-. was not employed at the time. .. 10 % MAYTAG

dustrial revenue bonds for existingand Coming[ to Florida from Penn-
expanding Industries throughthe sylvania 20 years ago, Florida sand Ray Navitsky
which sun and surf have become ingrainedinto
has issued development in excess authority of$16 million in Ray and Barbara Navitsky, until Chamber of Commerce members, OVER COST!
bonds. they are more at home in Florida will play well[in his present position,
WE HAVE TOO MANY! THEY MUST SELL!
Initiated the United Way of Mar- ,, than some natives. The couple will uniting the various members into a
have no problems making friends in viable to bring new business
tin County, raising funds for deserv- group
ing organizations and charities Starke and Bradford County. ventures into the county. PLUS WITH EVERY
within the county. The couple has two children both Navitsky has two hobbies that can
and implemented a grown and gone. Chuck (Raymond C handily be moved to Bradford Coun-
Small Developed Business Services Program to III) is a career serviceman in the ty, golf and gospel singing.He DRYER PURCHASE
meet area needs. U.S. Air Force, currently stationed wouldn't reveal his golf han-
Created a Visitor Services in Charleston. Karen (Navitsky) dicap, but does admit to singing
Department to enhance tourism in Miller lives In Stuart. base, and looks forward to getting KfjWashloadsOF
Navitsky is impressive in discuss-
into .
Martin a gospel quartet.His
Developed County.a State Governmental ing a wide range of subjects, from interest in speed boat racing HC? 3I1C c? CT'Hv k :
Affairs in which legisla- law enforcement to diplomacy from may not flower> in Bradford!
Program racing a speed boat to singing in a at least the Kind; 11 Count
tion that affected business are time, Navilsky owne8"and
reviewed. More than 400 legislativeitems gospel quartet. "Miss Stuart: a boat that reached t. t. 1.
His
experience as a law enforcement of 100 miles
are reviewed annually. top speeds over per
Raised funds for a new Chamberof officer in a small Pennsylvania hour. I I Ia
Commerce building, completewith town casts him as one-of- Navitsky's brother, James Navit-
modern equipment. the-bovs in Bradford County, where sky retired last January as
Developed a 24 page monthly Corrections is a major employer, superintendent of Martin County
newspaper for the Chamber of Com- and almost every family has some Schools. He had been appointed to
merce witn a circulation exceding connection with Corrections. the position in 1964 by Gov. Claude
24o00jssues. Diplomacy, learned in dealing with Kirk,and re-elected each time since. "" -
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Y .t I L 7T. One Grader in Each District? f, .1:1:: l


Why not put one road grader in Lake is in Dist. 4, which Commissioner property assessment and tax increaser
each of the five voting districts and Riddick represents. and ended by saying he ...
tirK leave it there, Chairman Wilbur Chairman Waters said the county couldn't' vote again for any of the' "
Waters suggested to Bradford Commissioners needs to spread some limerock.OK, five commissioners. .-.
at their Monday, Sept. said Norman, but remember the
11, regular personnel. "We need somebody to Drainage Help... .
And, Waters suggested, let the drive it," Norman said of the Commissioners promised Pleasant -' -''
limerock .
grader operators leave their truck.Mosquitos ''
Grove resident Bobby:! Hampton..,
machines in the field and go directly to look into the drainage situation on'-.
to them each morning. That would Safe... a road to Hampton's house which is:''
save time at lunch, breaks, and Where is the mosquito truck,Com- impassable when it rains and water.."".
eliminate the need for trips to and missioner Ross Chandler asked. runs over the road.Commissioners .
from the county yard each morning. "It's not running"said Chairman said the county."..
to the yard by 4 p.m. Waters. will install a culvert bought by a' ;'
operators have to stop work at 3:45 Riddick asked Darrell O'Neal,the resident where the lack of one-;:*
Waters mosquito control director, when he
p.m. pointed out. obstructs the water flow. :
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Other counties, such as Clay, do will start spraying. It'll be at least ','
this Waters pointed out. two more weeks, said O'Neal r
"If we could do this there could be because that is when the spray will Borrow Pit... :.:.:
IVi. more hours of work done each be delivered. Commissoners Instructed at : .
day" Chairman Waters said. torney Reggie Flynn and Solid- >
""Maybe this way the taxpayers of Franchise Fee... Waste Director Darrell O'Neal to.: I
the county can say 'I am getting Med Connelly suggested the com- write a letter asking Greg Griffis; > .' <
r something done now'," Waters said. mission charge a franchise fee to the owner of a borrow pit in"!
No. 1, there Is not enough person- cable TV companies operating in the Keystone Oaks, to comply with the.: '
nel,said Commissioner E.L. (Nook) county.No county's order to fence and slope the,*.
Norman, who heads the Road such fee is currently charged sides of the pit. t
Department this year. With seven here. Griffis was given up to 180 days to"
employees and five graders,there is Connelly began by saying he had a comply) and the 120th day has pass..;
no way that each grader could be us- suggestion which could help the ed said resident Jay Martin. t
ed on a daily basis, Norman said. county. "Don't help us like you did Atty. Flynn said he has no object-.;
"I don't think it would work,"said the other night," said Commissioner tion to writing the letter to Griffis," .
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. Carter, referring to last Thursday but said the same letter should be
Road Department employees don't night when Connelly protested. his sent to all borrow.. pit operators. ,
grade roads every day. There is dirt -
to be hauled, road shoulders to be
mowed plus a myraid other duties."I .
don t know if it will, but I'd like
. to get into some thins and see if we
J can do them better; said Commis-
The 1989-90 JV Cheerleaders at Bradford High... sioner Ross Chandler."I .
Photo bv Mark Frledlln
don't check every road in the
The 1989-90 -
Junior varsity cheerleaders at Bradford
Heather Lawson. county, but damn if I don't think we
I High are l-r): Top rowLaura Lynn Forsyth. Kenya Atkins, keep the roads in pretty good FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES OF ORANGE PARK P.A.
First row. Courtney GIlliam mascot Mist! Reed. Kristen Sapp Aellcla Woods ChrisU ModeslU. and shape," said Commissioner Carter.
and Heather Safer. Sheneasle Williams. MIDDLEBURG BRANCHNciwopen
"I'm saying if we can provide bet-
Second row- Cathy Jackson Stephanie Agin Not shown: Danielle lIersey.I ter service, we should do it," said ..
Chandler. ''''' ; .4'
"OK, I agree," said Carter. : :; full tlmeF': :, ..' h'''rt', I
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Commissioner Norman says that 1iW' your4comprehensivej
I Election. under his direction the Road Depart-- > .
ment tries to make of the am medicalcarei; .
from page]A a sweep :{ y, ;-- {t. .;
county in any operation, : <. ()' .,"" ,<}." ';*.'" , -t*, ,':' '",, :,
Barber explained, "This election 2) Improve recreational facilities precincts throughout -the city, but digging ditches, or mDwinf'
sets a precedence for the future, in the District, and the plan was cost prohibitive. Utiliz- wastes time for equipment to be in Medicine
allowing the black community to 3) Continue to seek grants for low ing City Hall for city-wide voting moved back and forth from one side Specializing Family Sports
have a voice in city government. income housing. resolved many problems and was of the county to the other. Medicine and Aviation Medicine
When the (city) budget is finalizedby The Election... most economical Tucker said. Of course, Norman said in an
the City Council, black residentscan One or two voters had moved from emergency such as an extremely M.D. Ode Pointe Plaza
James FT.: ,
be asssured their district will be City Clerk Neil Tucker, now a one precinct to another and had to bad road a rain, equipment is Biggerstaff 2755 Blanding Blvd., Suite 109
getting its fair share.There is a feel lame-duck since Ms. Linda Wise will find the table for used where needed to solve the pro- Richard J. Bultman. M.D. Middlebura, R. 32068
succeed to the clerk's Oc- proper receiving blem. Hilary K. Ellwood.: M.D.
position
ing in Reno that. this hasn't always ballots. One voter, who 904-282-2577
been the case. tober 1, said the election went "real registered, was referred was to Mrs.not "I'd like to think about it. I'd like Nathan P. Newman) M.D. Office Hours:9a.m.-5p.m.
smooth." Jeneva to talk to people about it," said Com- W. Herman Sessions M.D.
,
By
Flynn supervisor of elec- Appointment
"My position of the elections is, I Since all five districts were voting tions. Mrs. Flynn af- missioner Joe Riddick. r---------- .
am a foundation,a beginning,laying in the same location, it became fadavit that the voter accepted an "Well, I've got a small district @; 2.0-PM
was living in :
the groundwork for commissioners necessary to identify the ballots by the at the time and (geographically)," Carter said. If I I It
coming after me. precinct. Meter Reader Phillip allowed city her to vote.proper the commission goes to that system I CHOLESTEROL SCREEN I CoraMr21 wt.tott.Iw .
"I plan to work with other com- Suggs suggested each ballot and Carter said, he wants a grader just
missioners,working as a team to im- ballot box be color-coded for easy and Tucker her complimented Mrs. Flynn like everybody else. /first office visit for all new I fU' ; -
staff for
prove city government.When the ci- recognition. The plan worked extremely of records the excellent quality "Mr. Chairman, I think that's a .patients at our Middleburg I
ty benefits, every district benefits. well, Tucker said. As expected provided for the city good idea. don't you try it out in I it J
election, and the 1 Office.
cooperation received Joe's district/ said Med :II
Sitting on the Starke Zoning Board ,some voters placed ballots in Connelly a f
has provided some good experiencefor (wrong precinct boxes, but when election from: her office in holding the Hampton Lake resident. Hampton L---- _ --I a

me, learning 'work with .opened,,.the identifying.CoA4aenabl- saYdbou}.a hundred -" ,
:: ? more
others.
I ed workers
poll their-'*'
put'tlrnm. residents voted in this election than. ,_ .
Three areas of special interest to proper place. 'J'; :A .In the special election last February,
Barber are: Tucker said city officials con-
1) Improve streets in District 2. sidered setting up separate voting when ballot.only one race was on the 't

NOTICE OF TAX INCREASE ,


I Hampton Elects Two New Council Members

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By Joe Cissy 13. Carroll (Buck) McCleilan polled: The City of Starke has
ICT Staff WriterFortyseven Seventy-seven voters came to the 42 votes and long time councilmanJohnny
percent of the polls and one voter voted absentee, Allen polled 29 votes.
registered voters in the Town of for a total of 78 voters out of the 166 "I'm not surprsed," said Allen. "I ::
Hampton went to the polls Tuesday, registered, for the 47 percent turnout did no campaigning. I asked no one
adopted a
Sept.12, to select'three members for for a vote. I was here if they wantedme. tentatively
the Town Council. newcomer James (Pete) Thomaswas Now I can take a rest, he said.
Five candidates had qualified for the high vote-getter, polling 57 Officials for the election were
the three available seats. The three votes.Incumbent June Haddock was clerk Jo Williams and poll workers its
top vote-getters were seated on the next, with 49 votes and Jane Hall Ina Home and Daisy Fort.The deputy measure to increase ..
council>) at a special council meeting returns to the council after several sheriff at the polls was Asbury
called for Wednesday, September years absence, polling 46 votes. Woods.

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ettTOKlALSEarly ) Fish Population in Sampson and Crosby II'


"- .Found to Be Good by Game Department

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Sometime we tend to overlook assets found offshore that bold bass
I've
"The trouble with bydri la of course, areas
that are so dose to us they are accepted in ell bottoms!: and they drop
Is that seldom does it occur a lake In :
M a matter of course and neglected II to 12 feet,which are pretty
from about
limited Once
manageable quantities.
Action Needed on Signal while seeking to find what we want In dropsleast for a Florida
more dlstantlocations. the noxious weeds get into a Florida steep
lake system, they usually take over. lake.
Such may be the case for many The forage and bass may still inhabit "The Sampson dropoffs are very
fishermen traveling to remote lakes the water in huge but it does about
At New Shopping CenterAnother and streams while fish quantities, predominant. They are only to
are plentiful
waters much closer to home. Th.F'o.lda anglers no good because they have 13 feet wide and to drop that much in so
TlmeUnlon' recently carriedan mass fishing access due to the dense narrow a width is unusually good struc-
article written by its Outdoor Editor, of impenetrable weerU"In ture for Florida. There are about threeor
accident occurred at the U.S. analysis" necessary to obtain a signal Bob McNally, and headlined by the ad- four places like this on Sampson.
,4ce not to overlook lakes in the Starke the case of Sampson and RoweD,
!1)1 entrance to Deerfoot Village Shoppn permit. I can remember when there "Some of the best structures are not
was no
Center last Friday. In a two-car collision According to information received by irea. hydrilla.And while the fishing was good very long- maybe just 20 to 30 yards

four people were injured, and the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, an This is undoubtedly good advice. According ... long hoe shorter, tighter structures ones, in don'thave fact,
three were taken to the hospital on to Austin Fender, who lives at are best.These dropoff
with the Orlando firm of JAS
engineer Crosby Lake, the Game& Fresh Water any turns or bends in them.
backboards. Fortunately, no one was Engineering was scheduled to arrive in Fish Commission surveyed the three Basically, they're Just a dropoff contour
critically injuredbut what about next Starke Wednesday to begin a traffic lakesSampson,Rowell. and Crosby- line of the lake. They're not fished
time? According to Emergency Ser- count on 301 and gather other data recenUy and found the fish; population very much, so in many ways when I
vices records this is the third accidentat for the permit. After that it satisfactory. Crosby appeared to be work them for bass, the fish availableare
necessary overstocked with bait fish,which would ones that hardly ever see a lure.
this spot since the Village opened will to the Gainesville office of DOT
go
tend to make it less productive 0o fishes these deep areas
Thliveros
several months ago. for 'further review and processing." It fishing than the other two lakes, since with a Carolina-rigged plastic worm

During that time there has been much is not known how long this procedure bass in Crosby are already so well fed. and with crankbaits. He usually positions

speculation as to if and when a traffic will take. Fender says he learned somethingnew his boat on the deep side of the
would be erected from the census-taken who were drop and works lures over the dropoff.
signal at this point. In the Chamber of Commercerequestea
July, also checking the fish for age. He sail For this fishing, he likes Ditto's Baby
Apparently, this is a possibility, but\ due that the speed limit on 301 be they cut into the fish near the head, Eel in electric blue shad or in black.
to the various state agencies, in- reduced to between 30 and 35 disclosing a couple of scale-like discs e For crankbaits, he's done well with
dividuals, engineering firms, and safety hour for a distance of two or three miles which had rings denoting age, similar p'C Bomber's Model A In fire-tiger and
experts involved it has been difficult to on each side of the shopping center. This to the age-rings found in nine trees. si' baby-bass colors. *

track down any definite information on request was denied by DOT saying that Sampson Lake seemeo m Most of the bass Thliveros catches
who is responsible for the installation"if its survey of the area indicated that Although being taken over by O. (\ o along the offshore dropoffs are 3 pounds

and when". "most drivers were driving at a speed several years ago, the Game Department oo (.\.. In.. '\ and less. But they school well in summer
and fall, so he can catch a good
-
people seem to have it under con-
Last Friday's accident could have slightly higher" than the posted 45 mph trol now, and think that, if kept under number of them in short order.Usually,
back then, there wasn't much
speed limit. This figure was received pressure. the in early
been much worseeven involving control,the weed might even contributeto however the bass hold right on drops
About seven ,
years ago
with skepticism by some observers of the favorable fish habitat. mornings, and as the dajr progresses
fatalitiesand the hazards will somehow got Into the lakes.
con- hydrilla
the fish move to the shallow part of the
traffic in this
tinue, as long as this four-lane highway area. The following comments on Starke For a time the weeds were of no con- dropoff.
has a traffic count of more than 3< Cliff Chapman, director of thecounty's area lakes are excerpts from McNally's cern to anglers because they did not
30,000 interesting article: handicap fishing. All the hydrilla did Although Thliveros likes! deep water
vehicles dailyat least one-third of Emergency Services, an he, too
says "Like was help the lake's forage base,panfish structure fishing on Sampson
them being trucks- from pickups to 18-wheeler traveling 45 mph would require fishing spots so many, the connecting of Florida's lakes better of ind bass populations boom. relies on hydrilla to attract and holdbass.
18-wheelers. The for fatal at least 300 feet to come to a stop.It .
potential ac- Sampson air\RoweD near Starke are "In recent years, fishing the hydrilla
cidents is there, and it should not re- is his opinion that a traffic signal at largely overlooked by many anglers. like it was bottom structure has been "Bass school very actively on the
quire the loss of several lives in order to Deerfoot Village would also help main- Sampson (2,000 acres) and Rowell (350 the key to most of my good bass catcheson west shore of" the lake around the
acres) are pretty much overshadowedby Samoson. At times the brush hydrilla beds, he continues. "These
procure the traffic signal light that is so tain safety at U.S. 301 intersections with piles
bass also run from 1 to 3 pounds, occasionally
obviously needed at this danger point. Edwards Road and State Road 100 by Lochloosa nearby and lakes Santa such Fe. as Orange, let by the GFC and marked by tiuuuug i bigger. Most of the hydrilla

According to copies of cor- alerting truckers to the need for con- (ouoys have given when up a crank-baits big-mouth or two bass I catch on 7-inch, red-shad plastic
"The reasons for the excellent fishing especially are
and sometimes with chrome-
respondence received by the Chamberof trolling their speed, knowing they have on Sampson and Rowell today surely "burned" through and around the worms colored Naturally, the
Commerce concerning this matter, three traffic signals to deal with withina are biologically complicated. But in a brush early and late In the day). best catches Rat-L-Traps.of bass from the hydrilla

the developers were notified by the distance of less than two miles.In nutshell.!introduction;In view, the main causes "The weeds and brush have producedsuch come from the edges of the grass and
Department of Transportation last May another letter to the Chamber of are the of hydra la and the good basslng on Sampson that I by fishing the holes and pockets in it.
creation of number of
a
wellplacedbrush
never looked for fish elsewhere. Bu' During high water, working lure over
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that: "The level of traffic now utilizing Commerce last May, W.W. Miller Jr., piles in deep! open areas of the tournament angler Peter Thliveros oi the grass b deadly, too."
your driveway connection at State Road of DOT'S Lake City District Two Office, lakes by the Game 4 Fresh Water Fish Jacksonville has found some honest-to-

200 (U.S. 301) is at a stage which is said, "Please be advised that, as a con- Commission (GFC). These two things goodness, deep-water structures on Sampson and Rowell are loaded with
creating potentially hazardous situa- dition of the driveway permit issued to have created abundant, easy-to-find Sampson that have consistently giver. ood-size; sunshine (striper-white
habitat that Invariably holds fish. bass for nun. hybrid) bass, and Thliveros has done
tions for the up
traveling public and your Herman Maisel & Co., developers of the
"I believe that well for them when fishing for
waters the
patrons. If you have not already done shopping center, the Department has weeds can be a benefit on some because they offshore Sampson structures has some," very productive Thliveros largemouths around his favorite off

so, please immediately initiate the required that they shall be responsiblefor provide a broader, more dynamic who guides bass anglers says on the lake., shore bars and dropoffs. He's caught
signal warrant analysis and submit to the design, installation, and all forage base for sportfish and also offer "Those offshore structures really hold many sunshines with crankbaits, 6uthe's

Mr. John Collins, P.E., Gainesville related costs of the signal... further ad- bass fry and fingerlings places to hide some nice bass when they have limiter.amounts also done well with 11/8 ounce Git-
Maintenance Engineer... for further vising them that current traffic condi- from predators. of hydrilla to relate to. The zit jigs in pearl, shad and blue colors.

review and processing." tions are at a level which prompt im- -

Although three months have elapsed mediate attention." $100 Per Residence

since this letter was written, little or no Plainer words could not be spoken.Let 1,,,,... Letters to the Editor Low-Income

progress has been made to date on us hope they get the attention they ., Renters, Reader Says I
preparing the "signal warrantSpecial
deserve. 'J Editor, Telegraph:

_lam writing! this to vent my disgust
at the way the commissioners of Bradford -
Schools Providing Too Many Extras County are taxing the people.

A The new proposal to raise $100 per
Assessmentf And Not Enough Basics, Reader Says residence is an unfair a tax as they can

:some up with, including the $75 solid
'. taxI .
Is Source 0: Controversyport 'Editor,Telegraph: ment, the public schools deserve no ad- ymi
I see In the papers that property taxes ditional money. rent mobile homes and I have older
Florida's people to get along on low Incomes -
or schools Bradford County trying
included are on the rise again. I'm no Some of the above text was taken as people who have to re-
irate, raucous, rude, insulting, expert on school funding, but I am an from an article in the Orlando Sentinel. ly on welfare to put groceries on the
and 30 for Ben Holtzendorf Starke
table.
abusive- All those adjectives can be percent emergency expert on paying, from a fixed Income ,
applied to the crowd before medical service, since every resident of taxes that keep going up every year. t The $175 per residence tax is a hard-
appearing the county benefits from those services. want to offer a few modest suggestions. ship on these people. I have no choice
Bradford commissioners last Thursday Schools should cut down on their at- Hunt Club Head but to pass it on in the form of higher
night, Sept. 7, to protest county property Commissioners worked many nights tempts to provide services covering rent. I can't pay everybody's taxes.I .

assessments, the $100 special cutting the budget where it could andmaking every aspect of a life. They Defends RightTo am sure the $175 Isn't even noticed
assessments, and proposed 89-90 taxes. the tough decision to levy the should revert to what they did so well by the County Commissioners on their
assessment. for so many decades: Teach basic sub- Private LandDear high-priced residences, but it is a stag-
The commissioners, to their credit, jects, such as reading, writing, math, gering amount to these renters.I .

did not reply in kind to the stinging County employees are going without ti geography, history, science and voca- Editor: think it is low-down to stick It to the

criticism. pay increases this year. Budget items In response to letters written to in poor so the rich won't have to pay

The commissioners attempted to ex- have been cut to the bone, says Clerk Schools can atop emotional the Aug. 17 and Aug. 31 Telegraph you concerning higher property taxes.It .
that Ray Norman. students' physical and hunting clubs, I would tender has been suggested that
plain property assessments have
health, their recreation and entertainment this reply.A ple can get the welfare their
increased over all the county, with lake Those irate taxpayers seemed to have their private and public morality. But even if this were possible, I don't
front property going up even more. had their eyes opened by the advance Let parents and community groups hunting club lease is not Just for a think the welfare system was set up to
Disgruntled residents should contact assessment and tax notices sent out ''take up the slack, assuming responsibility few months' use during the winter. It balance the County budget.Bill .
by has to be maintained all
for bands, dramatic dubs, field year long.
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez about property the property appraiser's office last trips and athletic activities, etc. Game, such as deer, are fed all year Canon,Starke
assessments, commissionerssaid. week. Listening to the citizens howl last School boards should build schools either by planting food plots feedingcorn '
Never the less, commissioners had Thursday, one would believe they were that cost less. There is no reason to -whichever me has to be
to take the brunt of done by a Joint effort by all the club Public relations Is an area that could
the criticism last unaware that assessments and taxes have on band more than a dozen architectural
members. Therefore stand working on- no one should curse:
should
you see
since plans statewide. School
Thursday Appraiser Alvarez
was were going up. boards could standardized people riding through the clubs at' someone or fight.There are other ways
away at a school. For the record, while the Is buildings from basic put up designs, updated almost anytime. It is not just a to work out problems. However, clubs
county
do have the right to inform
Taxes are going there is I ask Bradford relentless patrol of their domain I a trespasserof
up no as necessary. County
ques- decreasing the rates, the school his/her violation and ask them polite
tion about it. board City of Stare and Taxpayers to look at this Item over the However, yes, we do find horseback leave the Please keep
the water property.
past 20 l years and check it in the future. riders who are non-club members mind these actions are taken with the
The county commission has been management districts are increasing Schools should be at least two stories riding through our club areas, In spiteof trespasser's safety hi mind, especially
holding the line on tax increases in re- property taxes. However, the county is high, putting) twice the space under one posted signs, gates, fences, etc., during hunting season.
cent years. Why increase taxes unless adding the $100 special assessment.In roof thus saving on healing, air conditioning which have been put there by club
and over-all maintenance. One members and landowners to keep them Please bear hi mind, also, we as club

absolutely necessary? Put it off as long story buildings require more land, out. As for hikers Joggers or bird members have been on these lands for
as possible has been the theory. But the a way, the $100 assessment is more maintenance, and are more ex- watchers- our club there have beenno quite a number of years and throughour
county has run out of carryover funds to justified by the general belief that pensive to heat and cool, sightings of these reported to me as efforts of game management we

balance the budget. every property owner should pay some Consider the thousands of parents ever being there. The insurance liability labors with now increased seeing game It just dour
tax since with school-age children who live in poses a problem as to how many peepie
The 89-90 ,
budget contained $2.4 every property owner not happen overnight!
mobile homes! low cost housing, and can be allowed on this type of pro-
million more in expenditures than it had benefits from schools, roads, and other homes under the 1 $25,000 homestead cap perty. All hunting dubs have a full However,we do know,people moving:
income. It was a real budget pickle this infrastructure benefits that are used that pay no property taxes.This Is dead membership roster and a waiting list a into our area from Jacksonville ana
summer. The board cut $1.2 million, by everyone. Many owners wrong. Every family with children in mile long of people waiting to get a other cities have put a lot more
then began looking for a source of are exempt from pa proper valorem school should pay something every chance to be voted into the clubs. horseback riders in our area for the
> taxes if their homestead is assessed year for the education of their children, Hunting dubs are for the most part past five years. Bradford County does
revenue; Clerk Ray Norman slashed less than at even if It'. only $10 or$ o. Possibly this responsible groups of local people who however, nave an active riding dub if
still more out of the budget. the $25,000 exemption. would cause them to take more interest work with the landowners and the you really want to belong to a club
It wouldn't be fair to ask thosealready Therefore the $100 special assessment .in the education of their children and of Game Fish Commission in a Joint effort especially for horseback riding. I suggest -
be the educational JlVl fIm. might contact them.I .
considered the you
paying to more, when may means of having to improve and Increase the
half par over everyone make some small contribution Our public school systems are wildlife In their areas. wish I could tell you that all bunting
the residents Bradford County overloaded with administrators, clubs abide by the laws abouljust .
for the services as they
they receive.If If
has been
living in North
pay no property taxes, commissioners facilitators, coordinates anyone as horseback riders cannot say
decidecl: considered in this light few pro- supervisors, r'H ts. I've read Florida for the past leara, you they always abide by the law, either
perty owners, who are now totally exempt that some as many would have to admit the wildlife popula, because they trespass, cut fences, lit
So, they held the line on property would object to paying a small of these people as they have teachers in flea Is on the increase and its partially ter, etc. I think it is unfair to use such

taxes. and are oroposlng a $100 special amount for the services they and their the and classroom, which is preposterous due clubs to and mAnagement the Game Commission.efforts by hunting There terms as "implements of destruction",
appalling. I suggest teacher "baits", "hires", "boys with Rambo
assessment. wiUT70 percent for jail sup- children receive. sties to free up.the teachers and Is almost constant contact between hunting -, fever".. and "destructive" in an effortto
eliminate some of the overhead in the clubs and the Game Cnmlnl..lon.1oci1ly gain sympathy Hunting clubs
front office. for advice and to report game have.much right to use private lands

RIQ Let attrition reduce the number of viola meetings t1oM-are such held between aa poachers.the hunting Also as anyone else some of us Just got it

COA rrO these people by at least 80 percent over clubs, the Game Commission, and landowners fintl
1 d UM next few ISruce Scott.President
years./ Just to discuss any issues or
miwiji 4 The taxpaying public Is becoming increasingly problems or new laws that may come Big Buck Hunting Club
aware that high school up that need to be explained. W. are
o graduates do not always learn to read, very much aware of the law that deals
t write, and compute before they with hunters riding
> Ice O.nMUSON MHN M.MKUH graduate. Many high school graduates public roads because mos clubs have 1
........... can't meet minimum entrance requirements boundaries along public roads.

f PubMshed.rash Thundery: ond entered on Second Claus Matter at at,our. state_colleges, and All clubs are under the Florida law I
the Post Offle' at Stark.Ftortda. Crider Act of March 3.1879. and should strictly abide by all laws.However .
went
Phone forms.UDtUmrUC hunting club are like most
964-6305
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*jbcffc>1Ian Rate In Trod.Araae' $11.1)0 per y.or. sa.oo hex months schools can other chibs and there Is
P.O.Drawer orpnIzaUex> -
A Stark.,
florida
; demonstrate
OuMd Trad Ar. $15.00 theta high school diploma .
a: ".150 IIX maIh1..j
per
I y.ar always room for Improvement and a Tfc. .
one again-stands for real achieve. amoeba to MMMr4 the...
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-- :owjwy' tt Ie!NTS{{;:ilii''f't. ,u.j' .>'p"ef1: '.!a ::- The Starke wedding and of T.Tammy Dean J.Tate Griffisof of
M.... ; ;. ,ri'<,.u,. 'J,">. $35 ..t..n'" .1(,_ Newberry will be held Saturday

.' Sept.23 at 7:30 p.m.at the Church ofGod. I
'73 DATSUIJ '76 AMC SORT I .on St.Clair St.,in Starke.No .
-1\\ II I local Invitations are being sent. ,
$99 Dn.. 14 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn.. 17 Pmts at $35 Week I! All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto


$495 $595 nf Thornton-Hix I

.
To Marry Sept. 23
I
'78 AMC CONCORD '78 TOYOTA CBLICA Miss Donna Elaine Thornton and

Mr.Robert Reid Hix will be united in
$99 Dn.. 23 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn.. 30 Pmts at $35 Week marriage on Saturday, Sept. 23,at 4
p.m. at the First United Methodist '
$79500 $99500 Church of Starke. ,
All friends and family are invited ,
; to attend.No local Invitations are being k
sent.A nursery will be provided I
78 AMC GREMLIN' 77 FORD T-BIRD ,
for the convenience of those with ', .
mall children. ;
$99 Dn ,.23 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn., 27 Pmts at $35 Week A reception will follow the ,
ceremony at the Thornton residence 1
$79500 $89500 -- at Kinasley Lake. :. ,

Helen Henley Orris Turner
McCaskillJenkinsTo


f'i Jtttt;: 1 J.. iFdN'EW" .C>'<.C A'R't"R'A'DE;<. INSi!' tw t.J, Henley-Turner Plan Sept. 30 WeddingThe Mr.Wed It Mrs.Sept.Paul Jenkins 30 cordially 't f

Invites you to the marriage of their .
children of Helen J. Henley of Starke announce the forthcoming son,Clinton B.Jenkins, to Pam Mc- i
'84 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX '81 CHEVY MOHTB CARLO marriage of their mother to Mr. Orris M.Turner of KIngsley Lake. Caskill on Saturday.Sept. 30, 1989 at :

$699 Dn.. 28 Pmts at $180 Month $499 Dn.. 21 Pmts at $150 Month of The God.wedding 422 N. St.will Clair be an St.event in Starke.of Sept.30 at 6:30: p.m.in the Starke Church 7 p.m:,at their home.

Following the ceremony, a reception will be held at the First United
$449500 $2995 oo Methodist Church on Walnut St.
No local invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are In-
vited to witness the vows and the reception. Lane & Linda Gaskins

'84 FORD TEMPO '84 CHEVY CHEVETTB Celebrating 25th

a DOOR honoring Lane and
$599 Dn.. 26 Pmts at $170 Month $499 Dn.. 18 Pmts at $140 Month Church: News; .......................... Linda Gaskins will be held this
Saturday. Sept. 16 from 4-6 p.m. at
$J3995 OO $ 00 the Evergreen Baptist Church
2495
Attention! ages of 2-11 are encouraged to attend fellowship hall. *,
All Area ChoirsWe and place their children in the The Gaskins are celebrating their |
'83 PONTIAC BOmfBVILL children's church service. There 25th wedding anniversary and all
83 MALIBU 8/W are in need of 300 voices to they will be taught to pray sing and friends and family are invited to call
form a mass choir for the Florida hear a Bible lesson by Kristi) between these hours.
$599 Dn.. 26 Pmts at $170'Month $599 Dn.. 23 Pmts at $160 Month General Baptist Convention Winter McNeill.
Board Meeting,which will be held at Pastor Grayson McNeill cordially ,
$349500 New Bethel Baptist Church. extends a special invitation to I
$399500 The first rehearsal will be Saturday everyone to join us in this great ser VFW Cookout PlannedOn
.Sept.16 at 5 p,m.at New Bethel vice.
Baptist Church, corner of Florida Sept. 16, VFW Poet 1016 will be i
'82 BUICK 8KYHASRTS '82 DODGE DIPLOMAT! and Keller Streets in Starke. Senior Adult Day having a cookout.Serving will beginat I I
Mrs. Jessie Mae Berry, coordinator 10 a.m.and continue until TT' Hot- I
$499 Dn.. 24 Pmts at $160 Month $599 Dn., 24 Pmts at $165 Month ,Is asking all participants to At Starke Church dogs, hamburgers and soda will be I
enroll with their voice and 200. Senior Adult Day will be held at served donations will be acceptedof
$ 00 Rev. A.J.Simmons, Pastor. the $1 for the hamburgers and$.75 for
3695 Starke Church of God on Sunday, hotdogs.Come .
$349500 Sept.24.The Starke Church of God is
Special Service on out and bring the kids.
located at 422 N. St. Clair St The Post located
ft mile North of
'81 DUI K R&OAX Sunday at LawteyGrace the Starke city limits.Let us discuss
81 PONTIAC BONNEVELLB
River Ministries Quartet Lawtey Church of God membership with;you, also. ,.
2; Door $399 Dn., 9 Pmts at $140 Month will be singing Sunday morning, Revival 91722The On Sept. 21, there will be an Installation -
$499 Dn.. 18 Pmts at $ 8Month Sept. 17, during the 10:45: a.m. worship of officers In our ladies I
Lawtey Church of God will havea
service at the First Baptist
auxiliary. There will be a covered
$2495 $149500 Church of Lawtey. revival from Sept. 17-22 with Rev.
dish dinner beginning at 7 ,
Lane of Starke pm. I
Forty-five minutes will be given to preaching nightly at
followed by the installation. All interested '
their singing ministry. Pastor 7:30 and Sunday at 8 p.m.U .
parties are Invited to at
In need of rice, call
a
are
McNeill will give the morning you
tend. Come
out and Post
1 -. *. s. I osv.,,, -..message.t 964-3418. 1016 and your local veterans.support
,
.
.al..r: '. '.''UDGET'SUMHARY40. } '._. FamHi- with, chUdren from the i iuJ
.. u ,
.
i ( i' .I. \o..I. e'B$ 7fe/rr' ,?/- ,..1."J n Town of flrooker FiscalYear-113390 _..-.r.Mr..1:. '; ,t_ :,)- ., I J .. .' ,
The Proposed Operating Budget Expendituresof 1-'tk1t) ....*. ;Nt _.: ..!u'..,'.-!i .,u.;;,':;;;;:..::1_- .!'jjt "," ;\W.<':('}t" l:
the Town of Brooker are 1.1 More Than
Last Year's Total Operating Expenditures. mmiiuujumuBKamWhere

PROPOSED MILLAGE .938


GENERAL FUND REVENUE


Estimated Revenue October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 ,.er>Sp#

State Revenue Sharing -.---------------------------- -$32,000.00 .y I
Local Option Gas ------------------------------------ 10,000.00One !
Half Cent Sales _____________l'-_________________ 9,585.00 S.a ,
Advalorum Taxes ----- ------------------------------- 1,500.00Occupational 1
Taxes ---------------------------------- 200.00 :
Mobile Home License --------------------------------- 400.00 CENTEL
Building Permits ------------------------------------ 200.00
'. Beverage License ------------------.------------------ 100.00
':-I' !. Fines, Bonds, Forfeitures --------------------------- 1,000.00 i I
t ':. Sanitation Fees ------------------------------------- 9,075.00 people connect
f
.t.i .' 2 Cent Ciqarette*Tax -------------------------------- 2.9..00 "I fI
Bradford County Recreation Funds -------------------- 500.00 I fr
Interest (C/D, Money Market, Now) ------------------- 2,000.00
Miscellaneous --------------------------------------- 1,500.00 {
From Fund Balance ----------------------------------- 8..11.32 .,

S ., r..,/I'.3.u, $78,965.32 ',',. '. :; ..','t(i,:). .;;...',.'; ,'''"' .:. ",'J', .

',1 '." WATER!: FUND REVENUE!: : ;. ..'1..rtrt! .; ; I-.t._.:} I. '
7 4i
4).p ', t
: .. :
., -. .
j Estimated Revenue. ,October. 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 ; ,' .
.
.L> ''; ''

.. Revenue Sharing -------------------------------------$ 9,500.00

":.: ," Water Collection------------------------------------: 13,000.00
Interest (Now,' Money Market, and Reserve ) ,----------- 2,000.00 WHAT A RELIEF! I
Fund Balance ---------------------------------------- 10.000.00

II, .. 34500.00
,. I.
TOTAL REVENUE --------------------------------------$113.65.32v:1
,
1." '.' '
G1N1RAL!: !: FUND DISBURSEMENTS!: "-. protection rs

i i. .,;; '. '. Estimated: Expenditures: October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 against phoneequipment
,/ J!;: r. .: {
:.t,,,,. General' Administration -----------------------------"$38,237.00' '
.< -_ 'N' Streets and Llghta --------------------------------- 16,020,32
'. ','Ul ., I Parks and Recreation: -------------------------------. 1,300.00 and inside ..
( .
.
Maintenance --*--T---------------------------------- 4,500.00 '
.; Sanitation Department ------------------------------ 5,165.00 wire: :problems '
.'. .'
: Fire Department -------.---------------------------- 6,988.00 ,,
Police Department ,-------------------------------- & .755.00

$78,965,32.
/ ;i'Jj' .
'f.'.' \\01[ : '- DISBURSEMENTS :JiGv'r; ,
ti''tom.WAR! .RgVBNUg > ,'!o\.,,, i4

; .. ;'' :::i'r;.,'? Estimated s ''Exp.n4itures'.. October 1. 1989 through j \ September'MW\f. !. 1990 Small 'monthly
'
'J 'tt-iV
-:.\ M1 .
v ',' "i'.1 .' ,. \ Farmers Market *--------_----..----------'! ----":--------, $ 600.00 fee onphone, r "t ?- A
1 ', .. = ... .'.";:
1..1 .
i ; Maintenance ''on Chl0rin.atoi. w -----,+-- -------------- 1000.00 '
# '
<*> '&; Chlorinator ,Class CXpperator: : Contract ..:------------ 3,500.00, billcovers ,
,., ,rA "'Half, < --""----------- 150.00 F
.. On* Postage Bllllng'.ky7---L'--: :: :: : .:- :
1. .41 (1h ;'one 'Hai'ro"Grdr'8111inqi.w.F;, ; ---.-.-=--------- %..200,00 all
\I.. .,/n. ., +" .-, ..
._ I"'I'r'Insurance on 'Tank -<-------- ------ .------- --------- 1,000.00
l** .: .. .. .._ standard
I'; itl "r 'tB Bond" Clerk ----- *--- ------:------. -- ,: ------- 30.00:1m' : repairs
)'.: ,.,p:::!, 1';Meter Reader Contract .---'------..------ -------*":,--: -1,200.00
N', i JilI1! iJ4I( One Half of Clerks Salary ..-----------------:--------:- 1800.00 ,
1.\i:' <'.' -'.' 1966 Bond -:-----...-- 3049.92
tt." ,4 Iv 1981 Bond Issue-------------------------. : =-------.. .. 3,440.04Meters ,
JM) <,I ,. ;Locksi' Pipe, ',and" Equipment *----------------- 1,100.00 .!
.111" Repair tp Lines r.------------------'i---------- 1,000.00 Good for
,i' 'il, Bmergency'R..rve: ----.--------------:----------- 12,495.04
1 ,. ... .. I line
: vorkmans Comp --*---------------- ----- ---------- 200.00 single :
I'I<>" Miscellaneous : __V------------------..----_..-- ------- ,73s.DD'ALQisaUltsEtENTS
y ,.... v-. : .
4 '
l'j}.g t ',! ..jW... $ 3.,500.00 businessc11sOfY1@1'st
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';.1 ," -'t!-.;.It1;" : ------ ----- ---- -,--" -----------$113,465.32 .

t' ''".'' *THE--' '''ENriTIVB. ADOPTED, AND/OR'FINAt: BUDGETS ARE ON FILE: II THE .1

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etriTOKTALSEarly Fish Population in Sampson and Crosby I'I I


l Found to Be Good by Game DepartmentSometimes



w.tend to overlook assets I've found offshore that hold bass
"The trouble with of areas
hydrilla.
course
that are so close to us they are acceptedas ins bave hard-SJeU bottotl\S. and they drop
is that seldom does It occur lake in

Action Needed on Signal while a matter seeking of to course find what and we neglected want In limited manageable quantities. Once from about dropeat to 12 feet least orhareFiorida
distantiocations. the noxious weeds get into a Florida lteep
more
lake system, they usually take over. lake.
Such may be the fishermen traveling to remote lakes the water in huge quantities, but it does predominant. They are only about 5 to
At New Shopping CenterAnother and streams while fish are plentiful In anglers no good because they have 15 feet wide and to drop that much in so
waters much closer to home. Tin
limited dense width
Florida carried fishing access due to the narrow a Is unusually good structure -
Tlmti-Unlon recently mass of impenetrable weed!* for Florida. There are about threeor
an article written by its Outdoor Editor,
accident occurred at the U.S. anarysis" necessary to obtain a signal Bob McNally. and headlined by the ad- four places like this on Sampson.
"In the
of and Rowell
lice not to overlook lakes in the Starke case Sampson ,
1)1 entrance to Deerfoot Village Shoppng permit. irea. I can remember when there was no "Some of the best structures are not

Center last Friday. In a two-car col- According to information received by hydrilla.And while the fishing was good very long- maybe Just 20 to 30 In yards fact
ones, ,
lision four and This is undoubtedly good advice. According long me snorter, tighter
people were injured, the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday an at are best.These dropoff structures don'thave
to Austin Fender, who lives
three were taken to the hospital on JAS bends In them.
engineer with the Orlando firm of Crosby Lake, the Game&: Fresh Water any turns or
backboards. Fortunately, no one was Engineering was scheduled to arrive in Fish Commission surveyed the threesatisfactory. Basically, they're just a dropoff con-
critically injuredbut what about next Starke Wednesday to begin a traffic lakes Sampson, Rowell.! and Crosby tour line of the lake. They're not fished

time? According to Emergency Ser- count on 301 and gather other data recently and found the fish population very much, so In many ways availableare when I
bass the fish
appeared to be work them for ,
vices records this is the third accidentat Crosby
necessary for the permit. After that it overstocked with bait fish,which would ones that hardly ever see a lure.
this spot since the Village opened will go to the Gainesville office of DOT tend to make it less productive 0 Thliveros fishes these deep areas

several months ago. for '"further review and processing." It fishing than the other two lakes, since with a Carolina-rigged plastic worm

During that time there has been much is not known how long this procedurewill bass in Crosby are already so well fed. and with crankbaiU. He usually posi--

speculation as to if and when a traffic take. Fender says he learned somethingnew tions his boat on the deep side of the
and works lures over the dropoff.
drop
signal would be erected at this point. In July the Chamber of Commercerequested'that also checking from the the census-takers fish for age.who He were sail For this fishing, he likes Ditto's Baby

Apparently, this is a possibility, but due the speed limit on 301 be they cut into the fish near the head, Eel in electric blue shad or in black.
to the various state agencies, in- reduced to between 30 and 35 miles per disclosing a couple of scale-like discs For crankbaits, he's done well with

dividuals, engineering firms, and safety hour for a distance of two or three mileson which had rings denoting age, similar 0 0'o Bomber's Model A In *fire-tiger and
experts involved it has been difficult to each side of the shopping center. This to the age-rings found in nine trees. baby-bass colors.

track down any definite information on request was denied by DOT saying that Although Sampson Lake seemed m Most of the bass Thliveros catches

who is responsible for the installation"if its survey of the area indicated that danger of being taken over by hydrilla "'- 0 .0("'" along and less.the offshore But they dropoffs school well are 3 In pounds sum

and when". "most drivers were driving at a speed several years ago, the Game Depart- 4.<"O'f f '" mer and fall, so he can catch a good
slightly higher than the posted 45 mph ment people seem to have it under con- number of them in short order.Usually,
Last accident could have trol and think that, if kept under
Friday's now
back then, there wasn't much
pressure. the in early
limit. This received bass hold drops
speed figure was the right on
control the weed
contribute
,
might even
been much About seven however,
worseeven involving years ago
mornings, and as the day progresses
with skepticism by some observers of to the favorable fish habitat.
somehow got into the lakes.
fatalitiesand the hazards will con- hydrilla the fish move to the shallow part of the
traffic in this area. The following comments on Starke For a time the weeds were of no con-
tinue, as long as this four-lane highway area lakes are excerpts from McNally's cern to anglers because they did not dropoff.
has a traffic count of more than 30..000 Cliff Chapman, director of the interesting article: handicap fishing. All the hydrilla did Although Thliveros likes deep water

vehicles dailyat least one-third of county's Emergency Services, says an "Like of Florida's better was help the lake's forage base,panf ish structure fishing on Sampson, he,holdbass. too
so
them being trucksfrom pickups to 18-wheeler traveling 45 mph would require fishing spots many, the connecting lakes of end bass populations boom. relies. on hydrifla to attract and

18-wheelers. The potential for fatal ac- at least 300 feet to come to a stop. Sampson anA\ Rowell near Starke are "In recent years, fishing the hydrilla

cidents is there, and it should not re- It is his opinion that a traffic signal at largely overlooked 'by many anglers. like it was bottom structure has been "Bass school of the very lake actively around on the the

quire the loss of several lives in order to Deerfoot village would also help main- Sampson (2,000 acres) and Rowell (350 the key to most of my good bass catcheson west hydrilla shore beds" he continues. "These
acres) are pretty much overshadowedby SamoBon. At times, the brush piles
procure the traffic signal light that is so tain safety at U.S. 301 intersections with lakes such bass also run from 1 to 3 occasionally
nearby as Orange, the GFC and marked tiouuHZ i the
fret by
obviously needed at this danger point. Edwards Road and State Road 100 by Lochloosa and Santa Fe. ouoys by have given up a big-mouth or two bigger. Most of hydrilla
bass catch on 7-inch, red-shad plastic
alerting truckers to the need for con-
According to copies of (especially when crank-baits are
cor- "The reasons for the excellent fishingon worms and sometimes with chrome-
respondence received by the Chamberof trolling their speed, knowing they have Sampson and Rowell today surely "burned" through and around the colored Rat-L-Traps. Naturally, the
Commerce concerning this matter, three traffic signals to deal with withina are biologically complicated. But in a brush early and late in the day). best catches of bass from the hydrilla

the developers were notified by the distance of less than two miles.In nutshell. In view, the main causes "The weeds and brush have produced come from the edges of the grass and
are the introduction of hydrilla and the such that I the holes and in it.
good bussing on Sampson by fishing pockets
Department of Transportation last May another letter to the Chamber of creation of a number of well-placed never looked for fish elsewhere. Bu' During high water, working lure over
that: "The level of traffic now utilizing Commerce last May, W.W. Miller, Jr., brush piles in deep open areas of the tournament angler Peter Thliveros ol the grass is deadly, too."
your driveway connection at State Road of DOT'S Lake City District Two Office, lakes by the Game Ie Fresh Water Fish Jacksonville has found some honest-to-

200 (U.S. 301) is at a stage which is said, "Please be advised that, as a con- Commission (GFC). These two things goodness, deep-water structures on Sampson and Rowell are loaded withgoodsize
have created abundant, easy-to-find! Sampson that have consistently given sunshine (striper-white
hazardous situa- issued to
creating potentially dition of the driveway permit habitat that invariably holds fish. up bass for him. hybrid) bass, and Thliveros has done
tions for the traveling public and your Herman Maisel & Co., developers of the "I believe that on some waters the well for them when fishing for
patrons. If have not already doneso center the Department has Sampson has some very productive largemouths around his favorite off
you shopping weeds can be a benefit because they offshore structures," Thliveros,
please immediately initiate the required that they shall be responsiblefor provide a broader, more dynamic who guides bass anglers says on the lake. shore bars and dropoffs. He's caught

signal warrant analysis and submit to the design, installation, and all forage base for sportfish and also offerbase "Those offshore structures really hold many also sunshines done well with with crankbalts 11/8 Git-Buthe's

Mr. John Collins, P.E., Gainesville related costs of the signal.. further ad- fry and fingerlings places to hide some nice bass when they have lunitec zit jigs in pearl, shad and blue ounce colors.
Maintenance Engineer... for further vising them that current traffic condi- from predators. amounts of bydrilla to relate to. The

review and processing." tions are at a level which prompt im- ,-

Although three months have elapsed mediate attention." $100 Per Residence

since this letter was written, little or no Plainer words could not be spoken.Let J Letters to the Editor Unfair to Low-Income

progress has been made to date on us hope they get the attention they Renters, Reader Says

preparing the "signal warrant deserve. 'J Editor, Telegraph:
I am writing this to vent my disgustat
the way the Commissioners of Brad-
Schools Providing Too Many Extras ford County are taxing the people.

I Special AssessmentIs And Not Enough Basics, Reader Says residence The new is proposal an unfair to a tax raise as they$100 can per

.some up with, including the $75 solid
r'w taxI
yo
Source of Controversyport Editor, Telegraph: ment, the public schools deserve no additional rent mobile homes and I have older
I see In the papers that property taxes money.
people trying to get along on low in-
Florida's schools Bradford
IOT -
County Some of the above text taken
was comes,as well as people who have to rely
included are on the rise again. I'm
no
from an article in the Orlando Sentinel.
irate rude expert on school funding, but I am an on welfare to put groceries on the
raucous, insulting, Ben Holtzendorf Starke table.
and 30 for ,
percent
abusive- All those emergency expert on paying, from a fixed income
adjectives can be medical service since every resident of taxes that keep going up every year. t The $175 per residence tax is a hardship -
applied to the crowd appearing before the county benefits: from those services. want to offer a few modest suggestions. on these people. I have no choice
Bradford commissioners last Thursday Schools should cut down on their at- Hunt Club Head but to pass it on in the form of higher
night, Sept. 7, to protest county property Commissioners worked many nights tempts to provide services covering rent. I can't pay everybody' taxes.I .

assessments, the $100 special cutting the budget where it could andmaking every aspect of a life. They Defends RightTo am sure the $175 isn't even noticed
assessments and 89-90 taxes. the tough decision to levy the should revert to what they did so well by the County Commissioners on their
proposed LandDear
for so many decades: Teach basic sub Private high-priced residences, but it is a staggering -
The commissioners to their credit, assessment. jects, such as reading, writing, math, amount to these renters.

did not reply in kind to the stinging County employees are going without geography, history, science and vocational Editor: I think it Is low-down to stick: it to the

criticism.The pay increases this year. Budget items training. In response to letters written to you in poor so the rich won't nave to pay

commissioners have been cut to the bone, says Clerk Schools can atop providing for the Aug. 17 and Aug. 31 Telegrapcon-' higher property taxes.It .
attempted to ex- students' physical and emotional has been suggested that these
Ray Norman. cerning hunting clubs, I would tender people
plain that property assessments have health, their recreation and entertainment this reply.A can get the welfare tax.
increased over all the county, with lake Those irate taxpayers seemed to have their private and public morality. But even if this were possible, I don't
front property going up even more. had their eyes opened by the advance Let parents and community groups hunting club lease is not just for a think the welfare system was set up to
few months'
take use during the winter. It
the slack balance
up assuming responsibility the County budget.
Disgruntled residents should contact assessment and tax notices sent out by for bands, dramatic clubs, field has to be maintained all year long.
Bill Canon Starke
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez about property the property appraiser's office last trips and athletic activities, etc. Game, such as deer, are fed all year ,
assessments, commissionerssaid. week Listening to the citizens School boards should build schools either by planting food plots or feeding "

Never the less, commissioners had Thursday, one would believe thewwere that cost less. There is no reason to cornwhichever method used has to be Public relations is area that could
done by a joint effort by all the club an
to take the brunt of the criticism last unaware that assessments and taxes have on band more than a dozen architectural members. Therefore, you should see stand working onno one should curse

Thursday, since Appraiser Alvarez was were going up. plans statewide. School people riding through the clubs at' someone or fight. There are other waysto
boards could standardized
at school. put up work out However clubs
a ,
problems.
away almost anytime. It is not just a
For the record while the is buildings from basic designs, updated
county relentless patrol of their domain I do have the right to inform a trespasser
Taxes are going up, there is no ques- decreasing the rates, the school as necessary. I ask Bradford County of his/her violation and ask them politely
tion about it. board Stare Taxpayers to look at this Item over the However yes we do find horseback to leave the property. Please keep
of and
City the
water puf 20 years and check it in the future. riders who are non-club members mind these actions are taken with the
The county commission has been management districts are increasing Schools should be at least two stories riding through our club areas, in spite trespasser's safety in mind, especially

holding the line on tax increases in recent property taxes. However, the county is high, putting twice the space under one of posted signs, gates, fences, etc., during hunting season.
roof thus saving on heating, air conditioning which have been there club
adding the $100 put by
years. Why increase taxes unless special assessment.In .
and over-all maintenance. One members and landowners to keep them Please bear in mind, also, we as club
absolutely necessary? Put it off as long story buildings require more land, out. A* for hikers, Joggers,. or bird members have been on these lands for
as possible has been the theory. But the a way, the $100 assessment is more maintenance and are more expensive watchers- our club there have beenno quite a number of years and through

county has run out of carryover funds to justified by the general belief that. to beat and cool, sightings of these reported to me as our efforts of game management oil we
are just now seeing the results our
balance the ever being there. The insurance liability
budget. Consider the thousands of parents -
should
every property owner
pay some labors with Increased It just did
with school-age children who live in poses a problem as to how many people game.
The 89-90 budget contained $2.4 tax, since every property owner mobile homes low cost housing, and can be allowed on this type of pro- not happen overnight!

million more in expenditures than it had benefits from schools, roads, and other homes under the$25,000 homestead cap perty. All hunting clubs have a full However,we do know, people moving
income. It was a real budget pickle this infrastructure benefits that are used that pay no property: taxes.This is dead membership roster and a waiting list a into our area from Jacksonville and
summer. The board cut $1.2 million by everyone. Many property owners wrong. Every family with children in mile long of people waiting to get a other cities have put a lot more
school should pay something every chance to be voted into the clubs. horseback riders In our.,-reafor the
then began looking for a source of are exempt ad valorem for of their children past five years. Bradford County does
homestead year ,
Hunting club are for the most
taxes if their only part
10
assessed at 11
revenue; Clerk Ray Norman slashed even if it's or$30. Possibly this responsible group of local people who however, nave an active riding club
still more out of the (budget.It less than the $25,000 exemption. would cause them to take more interestin work with the landowner and the you really want to belong!! to a club
Therefore the $100 special assessmentmay the education of their children and of Game Fish Commission In a joint ef- especially for horseback: riding. I suggest -
wouldn't be fair to ask those .
be considered the means of baying the educational sv+tmm. fort to improve and increase the you might contact them.I .
already paying to par more, when over everyone make some small con- Our public school systems are wildlife In their areas.' wish I could tell you that all bunting
half the residents Bradford County tribution for the overloaded with administrators, clubs abide by the laws as they should,
services
they receive.If U anyone has been living in North
facilitators counselor horseback
coordinators riders
just as cannot
i decided.So pay no .property taxes, commissioners considered in this light few property supervisors, and ;;;;clH ts. I've read Florida for the past .wildlife you they always abide by the law, either say
that some schools nave about would have to admit the population because cut fences litter
owners, who are now totally ex- as many they trespass,
they held the line on property empt, would object to paying a small of these people.they have teachers In due 1* on the Increase and Its partially etc. I think ills unfair to use such
to monaaement effort by hunting
the classrooms which is terms as "implements of destruction"
taxes. ana are oroposing a $100 special amount for the services they and their appalling. I suggest more preposterousand teacher club and the Game Commission.There "baits", "hires", "boy with Rambo,

assessment. with"10 percent for jail sup- children receive. aides to free up the teacher and I*almost constant contact between hun- fever",. and "destructive" in an effortto
eliminate some of the overhead In the ting club and the Game Commission gain Hunting club:
front office. locally for advice and to report game have. much ruse private lands
violationsuch a* poacher Also
Let attrition reduce the number of as anyone us just got It
RIQ; SjtADFQ/tp (' meetings are held between the hunting first!
E these people by at least 30 percent over club, the Game Commission, and landowner -
4 the next few jut to discus any issue or ibruce Scott,PresidentBig

J miliijrnit4 The taxpaying public Is becoming Increasingly problem or new laws that may come Buck Hunting Club
aware that high school up that need to be explained we are
O graduate do not always learn to read, very much aware of the law that deals
t o write and compute before they public rid.in ; along 1
> ice O.mOUSOM-JOHN M.AWUMPtiom graduate. Many high school graduate reads, becauee most clu6. have
,ON ......... can't meet minimum entrance requirements boundaries along public roads.

Pubtohed each Thursday: and entered on Second Class: Matte at at.our state_colleges, and All club are under the Florida law
f the Pelt omc.at Stcfk.Rwkja! : under Act of March 3. 1879. nays trouble oiling out"employment and should strictly abide by all laws.
.However club like
bunting are most
964-4103 Subscription Rate h Trade Area $14.00 per year $8.00..months form. Until public school can other clubs and organisation-\ I II

I _P.O.Drawer A; Stalk, Florida: OuMde Trade Area $l ISA per year; M.60HX manthl.I once demonstrate again glands that high for school real achieve-diploma always room for Improvement and a The amoeba.otMMwwl, *. tow .

few people are going to cause problem **t form el e...... ay..





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1I' I, )I Wed Sept. 23

I The wedding of Tammy J. Gnus
7IOWlDOWNJ'I\VMENTS 35 Newberry will be held Saturday.
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: Sept.23 at 7:30 p.m.at the Church of '
'78 DAT0UN '76 AMC HORNET God, on St. Clair St.,in being "'
'r/tl No local Invitations sent. J

$99 Dn.. 14 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn.. 17 Pmts at $35 Week 1\/1'/ t All to attend.friends and relatives are invited


$49500 $59500 1
Thornton-Hix .
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S ;.. To Marry Sept. 23 I
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78 AMC CONCORD 78 TOYOTA CBLICA Miss Donna Elaine Thornton and
1 Mr.Robert Reid Hix will be united in
$99 Dn.. 23 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn.. 30 Pmts at $35 Week 7r. marriage on Saturday,Sept. 23,at 4
run. at the First United Methodist '
$79500 $99500 Church of Starke.
All friends and family are invited :
to attend.No local Invitations are be-
ing sent. A nursery will be providedfor I
78 AMC
GREMLIN 77 FORD T-BIRD the convenience of those with .
small children. '
$99 Dn ,. 23 Pmts at $35 Week $99 Dn., 27 Pmts at $35 Week A reception will follow the : ,

.. '-. ... -...-. ---- -_.._ -.. ceremony at the Thornton residence
$795 $89500 at Kltucsley Lake. :. t

Helen Henley Orris Turner McCaSkillJenkinsTo .

f if\\ret Wed Sept. 30 f
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3N EWCArRADE' 'INS rcA Henley-Turner Plan Sept. 30 WeddingThe Mr.&Mrs.Paul Jenkins cordially .
invites you to the marriage of their
children of Helen J. Henley of Starke announce the forthcoming son, Clinton B.Jenkins, to Pam Mc- i
84 PONTIAC GRAN PIUS: '81 C.wsyyMONTB CARLO marriage of their mother to Mr. Orris M.Turner of Kingsley Lake. Casklll on Saturday Sept.30, 1989 at :
$699 The wedding wW be an event of Sept.30 at 6:30: p.m.In the Starke Churchof 7 p.m, at their home.
Dn.. 28 Pmts at $180 Month $499 Dn., 21 Pmts at $150 Month God 422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke.

Following the ceremony, a reception will be held at the First United
$449500 $2995 oo Methodist Church on Walnut St.
No local Invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are in-
vited to witness the vows and the reception. Lane & Linda Gaskins

84 FORD TEMPO '84 CHEVY CHEVETTEDOOR : Celebrating 25th 5 5

3 A reception honoring Lane and
$599 Dn.. 26 Pmts at $170 Month $499 Dn., 18 Pmts at $140 Month Church: News........................... Linda Gaskins will be held this
Saturday, Sept. 16 from 4-6 p.m. at
$399500 $ 00 the Evergreen Baptist Church
2495 Attention! ages of 2-11 are encouraged to attend fellowship haD. I. '
All Area ChoirsWe and place their children in the The Gaskins are celebrating their j
children's church service. There 25th wedding anniversary and all
83 PONTIAC BOHNEVILLB
83 MALIBU B/W are In need of 300 voices to they will be taught to pray,sing and friends and family are invited to call
form a mass choir for the Florida hear a Bible lesson by Kristl between these hours.
$599 Dn., 26 Pmts at $170'Month $599 Dn., 23 Pmts at $160 Month General Baptist Convention Winter McNeill.
Board Meeting,which will be held at Pastor Grayson McNeill cordially 1 i ii I
$349500 New Bethel Baptist Church. extends a special invitation to i '
$399500 The first rehearsal will be Satur- everyone to join us in this great ser- VFW Cookout Planned I
day,Sept. 16 at 5 p.m.at New Bethel vice.
Baptist Church, corner of Florida On Sept. 16, VFW Post 1016 will be !
'82 DUICK 8KYHAWK" '83 DODOS DIPLOMAT and Keller Streets In Starke. Senior Adult Day having a cookout.Serving will begin f"
Mrs. Jessie Mae Berry, coordinator at 10 a.m.and continue until 11 Hot-
$499 Dn.. 24 Pmts at $160 Month $599 Dn.. 24 Pmts at $165 Month Is asking all participants to At Starke Church dogs, hamburgers and soda will be I !
enroll with their voice and $2.00. Senior Adult Day will be held at served; donations will be acceptedof
$ 00 Rev. A.J.Simmons,Pastor. II for the hamburgers and$.75 for I
3695 the Starke Church of God on Sunday, the hotdogs.
$349500 Sept.24.The Starke Church of God is Come i
Special Service on out and bring the kids.
located at 422 N. St. Clair.St.
The Post Is located
H mile North of [
81 BUICK REGAL Sunday at LawteyGrace the Starke city limits.Let us discuss
81 PONTIAC BONNBVXLLB
River Ministries Quartet Lawtey Church of God membership with you, also. I, i

3 Door $399 Dn., 9 Pmts at $140 Month will be singing Sunday morning, Revival 91722The On Sept. 21, there will be an in- I
$499 Dn.. IS Pmts at $14O Month Sept. 17, during the 10:45 a.m. worship Lawtey Church of God will havea stallation of officers In our ladies I
service at the First Baptist
$ auxiliary. There will be a covered
$2495 149500.da Church of Lawtey. revival from Sept. 17-22 with Rev.
dish dinner beginning at 7 ,
Forty-five minutes will be given to Lane of Starke preaching nightly at followed the installation. Ainterested p.m. I
by !
their singing ministry. Pastor 7:30 and Sunday at 8 p.m.If .
parties are Invited to at-
In need of a fide, call
are
McNeill will give the morning you
tend. Come out and Post
.' __ .... .,messa Be. 964-3418. support
q' II." I a>av '" 1016 and your local veterans.
+aeilr' "" ':' 'I BUDGET.sUMHARY.j 6 OtJ. C':, .. ,| >;#VJ ",,', Faml1l- with..childrenfrom the' ",1.1';.)'" ''''Lift-'lJf} ;
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E'CETs ,2.13JwVhJ Town ofBrooker > --Flsca.L..Year....19Jlc9.0: ---.L ,.... ... ._.. .. ,,,_I..: ,e.j.. .J.l: ::,4 'd ...__, : : ::.....: _._ ti_. ._. ..... ....... ., .. .. .0.:
The Proposed Operating Budget Expenditures x N i' {> FgSF' d ap
of the Town of Brooker are 1.1 More Than

Last Year's Total Operating Expenditures. li' c .War. Pin i enanc. Package i

PROPOSED MILLAGE .938 :


GENERAL FUND REVENUE
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Estimated Revenue October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990


State Revenue Sharing -------------------------------$32,000.00 I
Local Option Gas ------------------------------------ 10,000.00
One Half Cent Sales -------------J ------------------ 9,585.00 ,
Advalorum Taxes ------------------------------------- 1,500.00 2
Occupational Taxes ---------------------------------- 200.00 i s :
Mobile Home License --------------------------------- 400.00 CENTEL i
Building Permits ------------------------------------ 200.00
Beverage License ------------------------------------ 100.00
.. Fines, Bonds, Forfeitures --------------------------- 1,000.00 r'fiF I
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Sanitation F.ees ------------------------------------- 9,075.00 Where people connect f
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'. 2 Cent Cigarette-Tax -------------------------------- 494.00 ,< II
Bradford County Recreation Funds -------------------- 500.00 I
Interest (C/D, Money Market, Now) ------------------- 2,000.00 -pr *a
Miscellaneous --------- --------------------------- 1,500.00From
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Fund Balance ----------------------------------- 411.32 ., Y aq-.

976,965.32 .. ..' ....( ':r ". ';' :': :. ': -
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WATER FUND REVENUE!: : i ; ,.' .::'
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Estimated Revenue .October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 ; :'"' .-i.,
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Revenue Sharing ----------'---------------------------$ 9,500.00
.. Water Collection------------------------------------ 13,000.00
'" Interest (Now,' Money Market, and Reserve ) ----------- 2,000.00 WHAT A RELIEF! '
Fund Balance ----------------------------------------10000.00
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"., ,' .' 934,500.00 ,
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t TOTAL REVENUE --------------------------------------9113,465.32

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GENERAL FUND DISBURSEMENTS ..? Get'protection'against 5 YjI

.'* $a&
-- Estimated. Expenditures October 1, 1989 through September 30, 1990 phone '
." .e .. '
: Administration ;.' t
i '" General' ---------------------------- 939,237.00- equipment
rI I ._ 0 i' I 'Streets and I.lghts7.-.----------------------------- 1C,020.32
>'I. Parks and Recreation. --..----------------------------' 1,300.00 arid inside '
Maintenance'-------------------------------------- 4,500.00

," Sanitation Department ------------------------------. 5,165.00 wi problems:
Fire Department.----------------: ;=------------------= ..',988.00 'i"
Police Department .---------------------------------- 6,755.00

"$? "t5.32! 1 f,

WITEB'REVENUE: -> DISBURSEMENTS ..!t$;: ; '; ". 3

../1.,... ,. ... <', ". .,..c.>::1< ..'l1. : I inQ
;,<111 ', .} Estimated Expenditures. October 1, 1989 through' September.. t30, 1990 Small monthly' r
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:+ r.1 I 'r.i .<.j-Farmers. Market' .-------*-----.---------..,----------..-- $ 600.00 fee on '
: j Maintenance on'Chlorinators| : *-;. --------- ---- :-- "'' 1,000.00 ,
: : # ;; r': --- bill
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',. Chlorinator .-Class C.pperator l ::.Contract. ---- 3,500.00 phone
."'*;' ., .Bl111n.IJ' -------------- .150.00
: OneHa1fPo.tage; :r.;::;: ::: : .: covers 'Sstandard S
,; .' < <.\\.rl.1: : 'one Ha 1fOf p Card:"Bl111n'J.t...---i---1: :; : =;-=-----:----------- ; .200.00 all
', '''<1,,''' :' "'Insurance on'Tank -; =-------------- 1,000.00.
!, ... .. ... _
.; ; ., Bond Clerk' ----- ; --- ------------------------- : 30.00 repairs
: .,. !"Heter Reader Contract' ----------------------------..;-- :1200.00 s
,, '. n:., One Half of Clerks Salary ----------------------.:---f 1,800.00
;. ,. 1966 Bond Issue ___*______---__-_____________..____e3,049.92: i
I '. 1981 Bond Issuer-----------*-------'-------------.-. j 3,440.04
',' .Meters'Locksi, ,Pipe and 'Equipment -----.------------ 1,100.00 t'
Good for 'S'Ssingle
,Repair to Lines -----------------*-------------- ---- 1,000.00 .
." -:,..' Emergency Reserve ---------------:-----: ------------- 12,495.04 -'
,. .. .... .... line :
Workmans Conp.; ------------r---- ------ ---------- 200.00 ; ,,f S

;.'- !f.' ': ,Miscellaneous, , .-,-w3.735.00: ., : : ,
.-,!'J ::- J1tIr. 4' .or: .. .. ,' ': .. >I.. ,. .$ 34,500.00r businesscustomers. .
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ha ';\t'T".;..,;'J). :\ ,.,nISBURSBHBNTS, ,' ''I .' ', I'' p > -la --: ',' I- -'
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Or THE ABOVE MENTIONED AUTHORITIES A PUBLIC RECORD. '
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TELEGRAPII September II. 1989 I I

Did You Know...
Pamela Hawkins formerly of Gainesville High School, She ha'
Lyn New Arrivals.
Univers! .
her been enrolled at Fla. State
I STarke, Is on vacation visiting
parent. Herbert Eloise Hawkinsof ty and also the University of Fla. Sh e
friends and relatives. Is now employed at the America n ...Christopher Adam RosierMr.
StaraeL vn is a graduate of Bank of Gainesville. & Mrs. Adam Rosier of Starke announce the birth of a son,
Christopher Adam, born Aug. SI In Gainesville. He Joins 2-year-old sister
Gracie waldron. x.ts
Maternal grandparents are Betty at Kenneth Bradley of Georgia. -

You'll (Love) the Changes We've Made... Paternal grandparents are Carrie and Shelbert Rosier of Starke.

...Mychelle Renee' Morgan

Mr. &Mrs. Scott Booher Morgan of Keystone Heights announce the birthof {

lJWIJ' !DWlWt's 1JI' otlTE fCYP10UUf sister a daughter Carla.Maternal Mychelle Renee, born Aug. 24. She joins brother Eric.and

Included with every container we grandparents are Mary Green of Ralford and Jack Kuhne of
thru 9/20... Tampa.Paternal. IsI
Crystal bowls brass baskets & grandparents are Don and Sharon Morgan of Keystone. -
hearts, hand-crafted pewter top sell4ft
hand-painted mini-baskets and ...Brittany NIchole Swain -
V r- i
:i. pottery hearts each gift boxed or Misty & Shawn Swain announce the birth of a daughter, Brittany .i
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baggedA NIchole. She weighed 8 lb., W, oz and measured 22 Inches long. "
lovely accent for any room or thoughtful!: gift Maternal grandparents are Joseph ft Joyce Telken of Starke.
Priced from 450 J Q Paternal grandparents are Debbie & Bobby Sapp of Starke and John & P
Julie Swain of Live Oak.

For your tasking pleasure Thurs. and Fri.
Stauffer Cheese Sticks Jalapeno, Chedder & Carraway

12 for $3215 Economic Development Annual MeetingTo

Cf taijift' Be Sept. 22, Bradford FairgroundsThe

M-T 9-5.30 Jew 964.7271 Bradford County Economic its annual meeting and banquet at
Sat. 9.2 t jt I'-rg, Ine. -W.CalSt.. : Development Corporation will have Fairgrounds\ on Friday, Sept. 22. i
Soecial Kuest sneaker tor the
meeting will be Steve Mayberry.
Director of the Division of Economic
Development, Fla. Dept. of Com-

NOTICE OF merce. r
In this position, Steve Mayberry Is
responsible for planning andBUD
development of programs to create .- ,.- -
: : GET HEARING more and better jobs for Floridians

by further broadening and diversifyIng Mr.&Mrs.Eric Reploeg
the state's economy. Mayberry
was appointed Director In Sept. 1981
The City of Lawtey has tentatIvely and serves under the Secretary of
Commerce. Lt. Gov. Bobby Jackson-Reploeg Repeat Vows

adopted a Budget for Fiscal Year 1990. A Brantley.Mayberery hascbeeen fortunate to see At Orange Park Chapel Aug. 4


Public Hearing to make a Final Decision Florida business ranked climate as for the three nation's con-11 Melissa Jackson and Eric Jon Reploeg were united in marriage on Aug.

secutive yean, the Department 4 at Berean Baptist Church In Orange Park.
recognized by President Reagan Performing the marriage were Dr. Tom Neal and Dr. Charles W.Davis,
the will be held
on Budget on Tuesday, with the E-Star Award for their ex- Jr.The
port programs, and other states bride, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Marc E. Jackson,wore a white gown
September 19 1989 at 7'00: at Clty: emulate many of Florida's Innovative by Alfred Angelo in satin and crystalline lace and schiffle embroidery
Pm, marketing techniques. featuring a portrait neckline incremented with sequins and pearls, full
Tickets may be purchased for length sleeves and a cathedral train with crystalline ruffles.
Hall awtey Florida. 'IUO eacb. Call Ingrid Smith, Attendants included her sisters Priscilla Jackson (maid of honor) and
964-7375 for reservations or Informa.tlon. Monica Jackson (bridesmaid), Garnet Smith of Williston and Maria
Thomas of Starke. The flower girl was Julie Thompklns. All attendants
wore teal floor-length gowns with pearl accessories. They carried peach
nosegays of garden flowers.
The groom, son of Mr. & Mrs. John Reploeg of Spring Hill, Fl. was at-
WLU.1' SlMMAHYCi1Y tended by groomsmen Dean Shepherd and Dave Justice, both of Jacksonville -
along with Billy Jackson of Starke and Eric Jackson, brother of the
CF SfARKE( FISCAL YEAR 198990GMRAL bride. John Reploeg, father of the groom, served as Best Man.
The sanctuary was decorated with palms, ferns and candelabras adorned -
'J1W.5. INIrnNAL SElF C'APlTAL urn.rrt S\S. RID AIICN IW. IUFALREVfrlFS with calla lilies and assorted garden flowers. Two heart-shaped
FUND '!mET SERVICE nsJRMQ; Pl UTIS R Z BA1RD REI'. candelabras helped frame the backdrop that peaked with arch
FtIND FUND FUND FUll candelabras highlighting the unity candle in the center.

Preceding the ceremony, nuptial music was performed by Mrs. Robert
Taxes Millflge Stanley on the piano and Mrs. Tom Neal .
Ad Va1a-urn Taxes 3.an 225,750 225,73: The bride and groom's mothers were escorted in by the bride and
Sales and \the Tax groom's fathers. Together they lit the unity candle as "Surely the
Franchise Fees 3,8XJ 3BX: Presence of the Lord' was sung by Mrs. Jim Frisbee Mrs.Tom Neal,and
*Utility Service Taxes 225OCO 136em 361ax Rev. Frank Thompson as a trio. 'It Will Never Be the Same" was a solo
Other Taxes 176,678 performed by Rev. Thompson.The .
176,678 wedding vows were officiated by Dr. Tom Neal and a prayer of

Licen'-s find P'rmits dedication was offered by Dr. Charles Davis,Jr.,President of Trinity Bap-
tist College in Jacksonville.
Profess ional/Q onpoti.nl 18an ]gt7pBglding ( After the candle the duet Mrs.Frisbee and
Permits 6aXJ 6ax lighting unity by couple, a by
Rev. Thompson was sung. .,
Other XO 3DJntcrgovcmnPI1ta1 : the line formed In the church
,I "":.e 'yra Following ceremony, a receiving was .v
.i. foyer, where the new couple greeted their guests. \ .3J) j"AJ!u .dull
The wedding reception was held at the Orange Park Woman's Club,
State Stared Revenue 318IXD 61cm 379OCO which was decorated with greenery and white lights.Hostesses were Mr. &
Local: Grants 3ax 3,000Qrarges Mrs. Mike Burns, Mr. & Mrs. Ron Martin and Miss Kathy Reploeg, sisterof
the groom.
for Services: Two large pedestal bouquets of assorted garden flowers adorned the
Physical Environrtrnt area of the three-tiered wedding cake that featured a fountain bane and
Electric t'' 4,165em 4,165.0c0 bridge-steps with miniature statues of the attendants leading to additional
Water 318em 318,000Sever cake layers. Four tables, skirted with peach and lace overlays,surroundedthe
.;, "R 470,500 470,500 cake table and featured refreshments of sandwiches, fresh fruit,
Gas v 'L fInem 627,000Cfarbage5olid chicken, cheese balls and punch.
Ware 340,000 3fi>..emOJ1tureRecreatloo Servers were Mrs. Gene Boyce, Mrs. Dave Justice,Mrs.Larry McLean,
38d : Mrs. Charles Sealey, Mrs. Layne Smith, Mrs. Gordon Summers, Mrs.
38,65Other George Tedder, Mrs. Jerry Wamack, and Mrs. Robert Young. Cateringwas
for Services 57,500
Charges
57,500
provided by Miss Sheila Beagle.
Following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Bermuda, the couple Is
Fines and Forfeitures 5Orm 50,000':> residing in Jacksonville. Eric is a student at Trinity Baptist College,
graduating in May Melissa is employed at Baptist Medical Center
Miscellaneous P-"UC'J"
Interest Famings 2ax lem 8,500 3Dax: 2IDem .551,500

Rents 3Jem 11,em 41,em Thornton Honored with Parties
Otter MiCe11mcou Revenue 16,ax> 43D! S9D!

Miss Donna Thornton, whose marriage to Reid Hix will be an event of
Total Revenue Sept. 23 at 4 First United Methodist Church,was recently entertained -
at a charming"country" shower. The shower was held at the homeof
Other Financing Services Mrs. Cole Chesser in Middleburg on Thursday, Aug. 31, at 7:90 p.m.
Interfwd Trmsfereo-In 325.0c0..o121,815 74,500 S21ns: The hostesses carried out the country theme by wearing colorful aprons
tebt Proceeds 5Oem SOao:: made by Mrs. Chesser, Unique handmade invitations of stenciled kraft
Otter Non-Reven! Receipts paper were sent to the guests. These were also created by Mrs. Chesser.
The air was festive as the bride-elect opened her gifts, many of which
Total Revenue & Other FimncingRemrves were handmade. There was much discussion and comment about many of
these creations.
-0- -0- Guests were then invited Into the den to enjoy a delightful assortment off
erfoods. A beautifully decorated strawberry cake was served from the
dining table.Hostesses.
TotAl Fstiimted Revenue Sources and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ for the evening were Mrs. Cole Chesser, Mrs. Matthew Cunn-
Balances Begjnn ng of Y"nr l,562,850: 238,678 179.315 83IXD SOIXD 6.071.3D: 38.63:> 2ID.em 8.463,793 ingham, Mrs. John Cunningham, Mrs. Mara Johnson, and Mrs. Donald

., Mosely, all of Middleburg.
...Bridal BrunchAn
aMRAL 'J1W.5. INImIAL SI'1F CAPITAL Ul'lL1'1Y S\S. R9JIFAnJf( JH. 'lUI'AL
FUND 1RET SRVIcE nsnwn: I1 :1J1E1S REVENE 133/iRD/ REI' intimate group of close friends and family gathered on Wednesday,
Sept. 6 at 11 a.m. at Mrs. George Canova's charming Klngsley Lake hometo
EXmIDflURES AND ffi'S! mID FUll FWD FWD FWD
honor bride-elect Donna Thornton.As .
guests arrived, they were served refreshments on the plant-filled sun
General Cnverment Services' porch overlooking picturesque KIngsley Lake. .
Legislative 3Ban: 38an: Guests were invited into the dining room and seated at an elegantly set
Executive 34,433 34,433 table reminiscent of Victorian times.Centering the lace-covered table was
Financial and Mninistrati.ve 82D! 82BD a lovely crystal basket filled with aromatic potpourri enhancing the feeling
legal Course 13IXD 13.000Cagr'drtrsive of days gone by.
: Planning 2,457 2,457 Mrs. Canova offered a beautiful blessing prior to the delectable brunch.
Otter General Qyemrrent Services 101,22D 49,500 "' 2IDem 390,720 She was assisted In serving by Mrs. Harold Bishop, HI.

As a memento of the occasion, Mrs. Canova presented Miss Thornton ",.
Public Safety ; ; I. with a beautifully delicate crystal basket. -
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law EnBorcarenta 465'J5l -, .;i 465'JS1

Fire Control 195,374., 195,374
I, Melissa Reploeg
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ThankXoul
Physical Fnvironrent Luncheon Honoree
Electric \ 3,53)(0) 3,53)(0) Words cannot eipres.my thaIIb
Melissa Jackson Rep10eg re-
Mrs
Water 129,410 129,410 bride was for you dear people Who seat flowers I I
cent of Eric Reploeg,
Sewr .-1 r'( 251T15 'JS1m honored with bridesmaid luncheon and cards, will and well wishes ,
a
Gas ... 68,982 68,982 on Friday,Aug. 4 at the Slater's Tea during recent illness and.
GarlJoge/Solid Waste 274,845 274,845Otter Room In Orange Park.The luncheon sungcry.
lost of aU thanks for UK
Physical Fnvircment 177.81.5 177,813 was given by her aunt, Mrs. Joe prayers
God answered and isof
Smith and her cousin,Garnet Smith thOSepcsyess ;
Williston. bringing me ar ai to a tepid
Transportat3tiOO
Road end Street Facilities :ns,678 soem. 255,678 Melissa presented each 01 the recovery. The klndneaI 01 Mends I
am3 neigtibas bas been overlrhelm '
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and the flower girl with
bridesmaids
a-
*mS OmU*during time.n ;
of love for each. & ,
OJ1ture and Recreation pearls as a token .
Parb end Recreatiat ... 128,400 1, .r : 39.650 \ l 167l.XI rs. Smith and Garnet presented Think* agaIn.1 lOIS .aDl .
-, l, Melissa with a"Fun Bag" fWedwith 'IWpIIBrJUMrs. : i

t bt Servfc&.Prindpal 0::... :Inax 3Jao: 2Sem y ., <',f '''''\.iH,,, \ 75OCO goodies. Out of town guests Included, '
\ mother of the
-. John Reploeg,
flebt Serv1ce-Interest 33,916 ," 8,500 470(0) 513m6 groom Kathy & Robyn Reploeg, ,
sisters of the groom,and Mrs.Harry; j JD('. Weeks Chapter 1
of the bride. .
Smith, grandmother
Total RSryenditiaes/fkpasea Meeting MOI1day I ;
I
Bradford Auxiliary I
lIosp. 'J'1MI W'T.eb ODe'
Other Fimm cing Uses To Meet Monday 9/18 Ww boJd't.beIr fall Qlapta'm..tm.;
urd 'l'nnIfers Act 121,815 325OCO 4lo6m a1I a
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Monday M the Br dlCII'cI
54,990
'. Capital Asset Acgi shim 50,450 3OCO 1,500 Western Steer Mon- tastauraat :
..r will meet at on. Family at U'a.m. This
>" IJoridng Capital 888,9133 866,903 day. Sept. 18 at 6:30: p.m. wW be a most important '
the program will Toe directed by and aa members Dd prospecthS .
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tures 2.'E6 rm adI I
arr lfk Mr. Rip O'Steen, hospital members are urged to aoeai
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John SPECIAL* Peggy EXCEPTION Coyk hoi REQUEST mod op. WIlL, New Pastor Comes To St. Ed'd; Churchtw.r

pllcollon for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 9 -- ---
In Zoning Clo.ilflcollon IMA for Private Father William A. Hochheim, University and graduated there in bishop of the St. Augustine Diocese.His having a bulldinc up the :. ,' : III
Club. and lodg.i to the STARKE BOARD formerly of San Jose parrish in 1951 with a degree In Education.He prior assignments have been kingdom ova her la Bradford i '
OF ADJUSTMENT on property locot.d Jacksonville) Is newly assigned as taught in elementary schools in in Pinellas Park, Ocala. LeesburK and Union Counties" s.. .' :*
and described b.lowtApproximat.ly pastor of ::it. Edwards Catholic Jacksonville for three years before Maitland and Jacksonville. Coming .
', Church in Starke. entering the seminary. from Douglas Reunion Sept. 17 : '
4 ocr >, Parcel San Jose Parrish in Jacksonville
04450-0-00100. Section 33, Township 6 Father Hochheim grew up in He studied philosophy for two after six years there, Father The Douglas family reunion will ;=.:..
Syracuse, New York, where his at St. in Ken ,
Eott located on Geiger Road. years Marys seminary Bill arrived at St. Edwards be held Sunday Sept 17 at Lab q
father taught school for several tucky and finished his studies for
The Starko Board of 1.
Adjustment will years. His family moved to Jackson- the priesthood at St. Marys of the September Butler Community Center lUftatrar .
conduct I here have .
a public must the
hearing people
on Thursday, say tlon begins at 10 a.m.' business ::
ville in 1947, where his father con- West, Cinclnnatti, Ohio in 1960. He
September 28. 1989. In the been most gratious to me since
Council Room my meeting at noon followed by cIinMr. ;1 ,
tinued
teaching at Bolles High waf ordained a Priest at Assumption "
of Stork. arrival. Father Bill said. "This is '
City Hall a
at 7:30
: Starke at 1
p.m. p.m. ..
School for 27 additional years. Church in Jacksonville by the late ,
Florida oiler h.illpIrni MP i and
parish
having be.n | | ; com-
reviewed by "My father, mother and sister! Archbishop Joscoli P IIurkthen ,' For more information call Linda r
the Stark nl l I"I
'xcitedaboutNOTICE
Zoning Board.At IIiilni 1 i 1\
this Bill, Grace and Judy have all gone to Cole of Lake City, 755-0163, tI .

concerning time this all application pertoni will b. heard heaven. With much hard work they MOmMBHIIHIHIIIIIIIIIH HBl'MBHUHMHIBI' IIIIIIII.I,,_ _.., 1 ..- .!:: .
at specified managed to raise well .
me up very ,
In the Zoning Codei pi the Clfy of Starke. Father. .. } '
says .
,
Oorrell O'Neal Father Bill as he prefers to be OF
Zoning Administrator called, graduated from Bolles in .
?. Stark. Bd. of Adj. 1943, at the height of WW II, and 'J::
Itchg 9/14 served as a B-25 (medium bomber) ,..
1 Control 198 pilot in the air force for two and anaif BUDGET HEARING

years.
ZONINGXlOTICE He then attended Florida State
SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST Fr. Bill\ llochhclm

Francis Zocek ho* mad application ... The Town of Brooker has tentatively. .1' -
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. ? In' Zoning .
Claiilllcatlon R-t A for Private Club. and '
MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
lodges to the STARKE BOARD OF AD- adopted a Budget for Fiscal Year 1989-90. A .:. .
JUSTMENT on property located and on Hwy. 100 Next to Pinehurst VarietyFree .

described below: Lifetime Membership Movies Nintendo and Public Hearing to make Final Decision :'. "
Approximately <6 acres. Parcel VCR Rentals Available a ; *
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04435-0-00000 Section 33, Township 22 ., .
East Rood and located Geiger on Road.the corner of Colley Monday-Wednesday Thursday All Movies 2 Movies arc $1.00 for Each$3.00 on the Budget and Taxes will be held on .' : :". ; -s; :'

The Starke Board;of Adjustment will Fri.. Sat & Sun. $2.50 Each : :-K"at
conduct a public hearing on Thursday, Rcnt3. Get 2 FREE Monday September 18 1989 at 7:30: .. .I '
September 28, 1989,jn the Council Room SATURDAY RENTAL KEEP FOR 2 DAYS p.m., : .: fI'j
of Starke City Hall of 7:30 p.':" ., Starke, -
Florida after having been reviewed by Nintendo Games $1.50 Each Town Hall, Road 18 Brooker, Florida. 1 |
the Starke Zoning Board.At Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea. Day
this time, oil persons will be heard '
concerning this application as specifiedIn ;-:0; I
the Zoning Codes of the City of Starke.
wX
Darrell O'Neal
Zoning Administrator
Starke Bd. of Ad|.



SPECIAL ZONING EXCEPTION.".NOTICE REQUEST'Itchg 914Control 197 We knew this ,1. :


William O. Dodd has made application

for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 2 In Zoning .. ,
Classification B-3 for Automobile Sales .
and Service to the STARKE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT on property located and
described below: '
Parcel 04233.0-00000, 'Section 32,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East
located at South Walnut Street. .
The Starke Board of Adjustment will to
conduct a public hearing on Tuesday was going happen. :
September 26 1989, In the Council Room : ,
of Stark City Hall at 7:30: p.m., Starke
Florida after having been reviewed by
the Stark Zoning Board.

At this time, all persons will be heard .
concerning this application as specifiedIn
the Zoning Codes of the pf Starke.
Zoning City Administrator .. ..' '''-'' ...-..... .. .. I Icre in Florida a summer storm
Stark. Bd. of Ad|. I
IIchg911'Control .1 can bring up to 8.0OO lightning: .

189 strikes an hour why we're

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 8TH I II.I. known as the lightning capital of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 4 I.i
FLORIDA. IN AND C < (& i
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FOR BRADFORD (: '' .
COUNTYCASE FFli 17 ; u A the world.So .
NO. 89-212
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION its not difficult for FPL's
ESSEX MORTGAGE CORPORATION
Plaintiff trouhlemen like Mike Clark to
vt jljiurtj\ IOliII bttmiul e
RUBY ELAINE LEE AND UNKNOWN i predict it will
SPOUSE N/K/A MACK LEE:

HCA MEDICAL NORTH CENTER FLORIDA; REGIONAL t .l )tb 1'$ ) 'ir} +lfr IpI i ( sometimesknock ,

CITY OF STARKE out

Defendants.NOTICE. OF SALE I power. But
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to :i\ I
an Order or Final Judgment of : sI1 thanks to
Foreclosure dated September 11, 1989
entered In Civil Case No. 89-212 of the FPL's light x
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit In '
and for BRADFORD COUNTY Florida, ning tracking '
wherein ESSEX MORTGAGE CORPORATION 2j
Plaintiff and RUBY ELAINE LEE are ( ij rt f system Mike can be on the scene'
defendant) ), I will tell to the highestand
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almost before the thunder .
best bidder for cash IN THE LOBBYAT ... .. .
THE FRONT DOOR OF THE BRADFORD ''
COUNTY COURTHOUSE IN STARKE gets there. I :. .i...:... ;.:...:.:. .
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA bet "
The radlcr-
uses some :
ween 11:00: A.M. and 2:00: P.M., on October I system : :': : ,
20 1989 the following described j 5 ,t II tracking . .
equipment.
property 01 let forth In laid Order or I sophisticated :: :
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Final The Judgment Westerly,100 to-wlt feet: of the following Computers, sensors, and. satellite. .' ;:... ..'.: : ):i..

described parcel of land to-wlt: Commence rN ,}, ':.':". ."r,.."
communications i are employed to \.Io<-o.. r. ..,
at the Northwest corner of the I ., 1. .. ..;.

run Southwest thence 1/4 South of 210 the feet Southwest to a point 1/4 and and monitor the speed direction. ,'and .'. '":;:.!,.,y'l':>xc!,..:':.".

East 100 feet for POINT OF BEGINNING: intensity of1 : "
Run thence South 100 feet tot a point;
East 259 feet to a point; North 100 feet to i electrical
a point; West 259 feet to POINT OF .1'':.. '....
BEGINNING; all lying and being In Sec. .t "" ,): storms. That
lion 32. Township' 6 South Range 22 ,;l.. J.j :
East, Bradford County Florida. ,. :: :'to : lets us anticipate
DATED at STARKE. Florida, this 11th .
day of September 1989.RAY NORMAN ': '. where

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT lightning might Interrupt power. .
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
By Carol Williams And send crews likeMkc>; tq gel. .. -V'1-; ; ::'
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ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: it flowing again. Better. than.jvrtce" ; '!;. : I
SHAPIRO FISHMAN "
7077 Bonneval Rood Control: 190 as fast as just five years ago .. .;** .: ''* ''
Suite 450 4lchg, 9/14-10/5 ''
Florida In Florida '11 .:" '
Jacksonville, 32216 always ,f-
281-0890 ', .. r.... .....
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89-1063 r ri i i'i lightning. .

We're just gettJng better and
IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT FOR BRADFORD ;int i- .' .'
COUNTY, FLORIDA better at stealing Its thundec .'.
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Circuit Civil No. 89-209-CA
FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK, etc.. "> ;

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PHYLLIS J. CANON and/ BARNETT 4, i R : "':' :

RECOVERY Defendants.CORPORATION,icNOTICIOFSALE I. r 1 y, D U > .._ :) i.. ;
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'Is hereby given that pursuant '
Final enteredIn :' : ,' : .' .:;;: .. ;,.;..
to the Order or Judgment ;. .t ,. .. ...
this cause In the Circuit Court of Brad- ,' : : : ".
.baler. yFTlwin ,
will sell the
ford County. Florida! I pro .
perty situated In, Bradford. County, and II.i' :'
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Florida described as: : ,r :. ,1- ,; .
Lot Four ((4)) and Five; ((5)),'. Block A. a ,F} rd I . ..;.' .:;.,il', "l.:::;, '.
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Plnehurst Subdivision, Section 29 . ;,' :)1.., .." .I.,: \ ".
Township 6 South Range 22 tost, as per ','" .\ l'J", i. :"." .
plat recorded In Plot Book :J; Page 35 of i. .1,:" .. ," ,:'l.-n::: ; :" '!' .{.

the Public Records of -Bradford County :.. .:'". ;.e, .;.t:.;:., ...i." '; .;. ,I
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I ( ",, New Bethel Baptist Community
I Family & Friends Clothing Prison WnUtry Craft/Consignment
I. Services Set T. .... ...
''I'! /It,'b,. 17 News. .. Craft Cl. Gospel .
Day on Sept. .
.. Church services will be held on \
J Pleasant Grove United Methodist Wednesday night Sept. 20 at 7:30
=
11" Mt. AME Ministries
,t Church will be celebrating their first p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church. Pisgah church Lamp .of Jesus
t.. \\i :Family and Friends Day on Sunday There will be no service on the will be having a gospel concert on .
:Sept. 17, beginning at 11 a.m. Mrs. fourth Sunday, due to the Mt. Sinai Sept. 23, at 7:30: p.m.In concert will Accepting toys & volunteers for
be the Sons of
Glory of Los Angeles
Irene Kelly is featured speaker at Association which will convene at
Luncheon PlannedAt the 11 a.m. service with Rev. Eddie Jerusalem Baptist Church in Calif., along with some of our local Christmas toy collections
Victory Baptist I Robinson speaking at the 3 p.m. ser- Olustee on Sept. 21-24. talent.
Admission In advance is
$6 at
All officers and members ask $5
1 vice. Rev. David Edwards is pastor. are
On Thursday Sept. 21, at 12 noon ed to attend all services. The public the door and $3 for children ages
there will be a covered dish luncheonfor is invited. Rev. A.J. Simmons is 3-13. Come out and enjoy this event B.h.24th! Are.. Fonvtn Kd. (9O4)) O64-71OO
senior citizens at Victory Baptist pastor. with songs of Zion. Stalk. rt. 32091 Tue.-Sat. 10.6:90rT'T
Church In Hampton. Rev.Samuel Sullivan Pastor
There will also be a program on .a
the Holy Land. All senior citizensare
cordially invited to attend.

USDA Choice BeefLONDON
Chandler Named

Boss of Year ... : '
Mrs. Linda Dianne Chandler of $ 9
Starke was honored as Boss of the i iI
Year at the National RehabilitationAssn.
Conference in Orlando on
Sept. e.The .
award was presented by the BROIL OR
Fla. Assn. of Rehabilitation i
I
Secretaries, recognizing Mrs.
Chandler for her outstanding leadership
while serving as Vocational
Rehabilitation Supervisor of the TOP ROUND
Lake City unit for the past 10 years.
She was recently promoted to I 0
District Supervisor and currently 0 Lb
works out of the Gainesville head-
quarters office which includes
Bradford and Union Counties. ROAST. MON. TUiS._ WED._THUR _FRI. SAT._
Mrs. Chandler is the wife of 11 12 13 14 15 IS
Richard Chandler. They have two 17
daughters Renee, 23,a senior at the
University of Florida in speech com Prices In this ad good Monday
munications and Nasheeta 10, who Sept. 11 thru Sunday, Sept. 17, 1989.
is a fifth grader at Starke Elemen- I
tary. ( 1
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Ms. Innocent Entering but go 0/Ce ,
Osteopathic Med. College Fii
Joelle M. Innocent has been accepted /
and has entered her first year
of studies at the Southeastern College ROUND
of Osteopathic Medicine in
North Miami Beach. ( 3 _ _
Before entering SECOM, Ms. In- ( GRAPESChoice
nocent had received a B.S.degree in STEAK _. .
Microbiology, and is now working
towards a Doctor of Osteopathy ,

degree A Doctor of Osteopathy is a highly $ I ____ BB& B BBBBSMr -
trained physician whose education / /PJ
encompasses all phases of medicineand 98 U.S. NO.1
all methods of treatment.But,in I
addition, DO's bring to the practiceof
medicine an added dimension in WHITEPOTATOES
the prevention care and treatmentof

patients. Lb.

Sgt. Elizabeth Payne

Graduates Sgt. Elizabeth AF M.NCO Payne School has w Jumbo 12 Size

graduated from the Air Force non-
commissioned officer leadership Old Milwaukee & $ 99
CANTALOUPESEach
school.The sergeant studied techni-
ques supervision.of leadership, managementand Old Milwaukee

Payne is a medical service
specialist with the 432nd Medical Light 10 Lb. Bag
Group In Japan. She is a 1982

and graduate is the of Bradford daughter High of Olga School C. USDA Beet 12oz/12 pack 9 9 IABONE *"**!

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Bradley of Starke.
& $389 Y

NG Graduates Pvt. Thornton Course T-

Army National Guard Pvt. ChadL. PORTERHOUSE -
Thornton has graduated from the
wheeled vehicle repairer course at r
the U.S.Army Ordnance Center and STEAKS
School Aberdeem Proving Ground 2 Liter Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER

,
Md.The cqjurse provides instruction PEPSICOLA 3.0 CR. Paisano,

for vehicles soldiers with to maintain emphasis wheeled on ) Burgandy, Rhine,: y
maintenance publications and tools. $ 48 )
diagnostic equipment and shop safety Chablis, Vin Rose,

Thornton- ia the son of Larry L. 9 5c Pink Chablis, Lt
Thornton and stepson of Nancy
Thornton of Starke. He is a 1988 Chianti, Sangria
graduate of Bradford High School. Lb Diet Pepsi 9 9 0
Diet Mt Daw/
NG Pvt. Jerry Hall Mt. Dew. ... . .2Utar 1.09 $599

Completes Basic Training 12 12 Oz. Cans Related Items"
Army National Guard Pvt. Jerry Pepsi Cola.. ., ... 2.99 :
J. Hall has completed basic trainingat
Ft.Jackson S.C.Hall is the son of
Hazel Hall of SUrke.. Head :
During tralnlnj"students received no
nstruction in drjf and ceremonies A ?
weapons, map reading. tactics
military courtesy: military justice
first aid and Ahoy history ana '

traditions. Turkey/Salisbury 4 Oz. Sliced Beef/5 Steak/4 Oz.Oz.Sliced Creamed" 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring "l 10 Ct. R ego IS au thern Style 14 Oz. Frozen Chocolate/Coconut/

Pvt.Completes Gary Wise Basic Training Chipped Beef Frozen Cooking Bags .INTERSTATE POTATOES BIG COUNTRY BISCUITS Banana/Lemon'

I FREEZER QUEEN BANQUET CREAM PIES'

basic Pvt.training GaryL.at Wise Fort Jackson; 1S.C tnyy. / 2/$1
,I During the training students'' 3/$1/ /

I received ceremonies Instruction weapons,in tactics drill map and LLJ/ 690

reading military courtesy military
justice, first aid, and Army history
and traditions.
Wise la the son of Linda H. Wise of
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St rte 1987 graduate of
Bradford CCotmy High SchooL 12 Oz. Food Lion Frozen S 46 Oz. Citrus Cooler/Punch/ 15 Oz. Pintos/Great Northern/ I
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School Menus ORANGE JUICE BEANS DEL MONTE' CATSUP

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.D.. In Bradford County. DELIVERED TO STARKE FLORIDA.To TION OF THIS ORDINANCE PROVIDINGFOR
Park Florida 32067:
H Cantrol181 Orange be effective dote of bid SEVERABILITY: AND PROVIDING AN
II 4tpd 9/7.28 Phone ((904)) 388-0336 tonce. on accep- EFFECTIVE DATE.

Mid-State Builders The sold city reserves the right to oc- The substance ol the contemplated
> THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH Exchange1217N c.pt or reject any or all bids. Ordinance Is to provide for the regulation
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W. 16th AvenueGainesville.
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF Board of Bond Trustees of the disposal of sludge within the
IN AND FOR BRADFORD Florida 32601 City of Starke. Florida boundaries of Bradford County, Florida.
Phone: ((904)) 375.0615
Nell L. Tucker Said contemplated Ordinance may be
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF CIVIL DIVISION CltyCltIt'II< Inspected by the public at the office of
REGISTER TO Case No. 89432CA Bid security In the form of a Bid Bond Control 185 the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford
FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS STATE TRUST II, executed by the Bidder and a qualified, 2tchg 9/71.1* aunty Courthouse, Starke, Florida, during
surety or a certified or cashiers checkon business hours of 8:00
:
Pursuant to Delaware Business Trust the regular
Pursuant to Section 863.09. Florida Statutes, notice Is Plaintiff any national or state bank In the A.M. 5:00: P.M., Monday through Fri-
Statut., nolle It hereby given that the undersigned VIRGIL amount specified in the specificationsmade
undersigned BEN C. HOLTZENOORF Rt. N. Temple Avenue, E. LEE, payable to the Bradford County NOTICEAPPLICATION FOR REZONING day.All Interested parties may appear at
4. Box 1021 Storke, Fl 32091 sole sole School Board must accompany each bid and be heard with
32091 owner single' woman MAURICE A. LEE has made application void meeting respect
doing business under the firm the firm of as guarantee that the Bidder will not
owner name Defendant. a PlaningDeportment thereto. .
to the Bradford County Zoning
name of R.D. MACHINE 8 FAB. Rt. 4. LY CARE CENTER NOTICE OF SUIT withdraw from the competition after for reclassification of theprop.rty Dated this 7th day of September, 1989.
Box 1028 Stark., Florida 32091. intendsto Avenue, Starke, TO CLARA E. LEE, If olive or dead her opening the bids, and In the event the described below from OR to BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
register sold fictitious name under the to register sold spouse, heirs devisees, contract awarded to the Bidder he will in the North 1/2: BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
RSF MH 2.9 lying
acres
aforesaid statuteDoted aforesaid statute. ..., creditors and all other parties within ten ((10)) days after receivingsame : RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT
this 29th day of August. A,D. Dated this 5th day of by through under or against execute the contract and furnish of the SW 1/4 of Section 35 Township 6 Control 196
1989 In Bradford County. In Bradford County. the required bond falling which the South Range :22 E., Bradford County 914.28NOTICE
shall become the of of 4.8 Parcel 3tchg
security ac.
9/21 property South 2.9 acres
8/31 4tpd Whose Residences are unknown.
the owner as liquidated damages.All 04587.0.00800. located two milesSoutheast
Control No. 171 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac
bids must be made on the appropriate of Stark. off Griffls Loop OF APPLICATION TO
foreclose the
to a mortgage on proposal forms, properly executed (R.IOOA) and off northslde of CR S.E. FORM A BANK HOLDING COMPANY
In Bradford
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN to property wit: County and placed in an envelope and 8th Ave.. to put property in rural BRADFORD BANKSHARES, INC.,
REGISTER EIGHTH Section 25, S South should be mark.d to Identify the bid and residential classification to have higher Starke, Florida Intends to apply to the
Township Range
IN then shall be delivered or moiled to dwelling one/half acre. Federal Reserve Board for
density on. per permission to
FICTITIOUS NAME East located in the South / of the SE
Bradford County School Board 582 North This designated Rural Residential form bank
property a holding company located at
of the
SW 1/4 and described as:
Pursuant to Section 86S.09. Florida CASE NO. ( ) Commence at the where the Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. on CLUPSM. :200 East Call Street Starke, Florida
point
IN RE: The Estate of The Bradford County School Board The Bradford County Zoning and Plan. 32091. We Intend
to acquire control of
Statutes, notice I. hereby given that theundersigned ROW line of a county graded road
JAMES TROWELl Rt. 2. PETE S. LOBIONDO ( runs along the South edge of the reserves the right to reject any or all ning Board conducted a public hearingon First National Bank of Bradford County
bids, waive Informalities, In any bid Tuesday Sept. 26 1989 on the above (In Organization) located at 200 East Call
Box 98, Lake Butler FL 32054, sole 1/4 of the SW 1/4)) Intersects the
NOTICE OF make the award In part of whole and to listed application and will make a Street Stark. Florida 32091. The
owner doing business under the firm .. ROW of SR 225: run thence
make the award In the best Interest of recommendation to the Bradford County Federal Reserve considers a number of
name of CAPITOL CONSTRUCTION PI ? .. along ROW of graded road to the
The administration the Bradford School Board. for their considerationand
County Commissioners' factors
Box 98, Lake Butler Florida 32054 Intends where It Intersects the East line of In deciding whether to approvethe
PETE S. IOBIONDO. Award shall b. based on the lowest at their prescheduled final
action application. Including the record of
to register said fictitious nameunder B9.110.CP ((1.4099)), Is 1/40' SW 1/4 for POB From POB con base bid combined held
proposal with alter.notes. hearing for this rezoning to be performance of banks we own In helpingto
the aforesaid statute West along ROW 80 feet, run
cuit Court for Bradford Wednesday, October 18, 1989 at 7:30 meet local credit needs.
Dated this 31st day of August, A.D. North, parallel to the East line of
Probate Division the BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Commissioners' Room of
P.M., In the You are Invited to submit commentson
1989 In Bradford County. 1/4 of SW 1/4, 250 feet; run thence
8/31 dtpd 9/21 Bradford County parallel to ROW. 80 feet, run Jim Duncan Superintendent Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, this application to the Federal
Florida 32091. Bradford County Schools Florida. At this time the Bradford County Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Control No. 170 South to ROW. 250 feet to POB 104 Marietta
The name and CDntrol183 Commission will make the final decisionon Street N.W.
been filed against you and you are Atlanta Georgia
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO representative" and to serve a copy of your written 3tchg 9/7.21 the proposed application after having 30303.2713. The comment period will not

REGISTER representative .. ..., if any to it, on the Plaintiff two public hearings, advertisementand end before OCTOBER 14. 1989 and may
FICTITIOUS NAME below whose name and address Is:: CALL FOR BID posting. All persons Interested In be somewhat longer.
Interested HARRY M. HOBBS. Esquire Sealed bids will be received' by the this application are hereby given noticeof The Federal Reserve's procedures for
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida file with this Court HARRY M. HOBBS. P.A.P. Board of Bond Trustees of the City of time and place for the two public processing applications may be found at
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the THS OF THE FIRST O. Box 20448 Storke, Florida In the City Clerk's Office hearings required. 12 C.F.R. Port 262. Procedures for processing
undersigned SHIRLEY ALVSTAD, Rt. 3, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Director. protested applications be
Tampa Florida 33622.0448 at the City Hall In Stark., Florida may
Box 1163 Storke. FL 32091 and HOWARD and ((2)) any objection| file the original with the Clerk of the until 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday Sept. 19 at Zoning A Planning found at 12 C.F.R. Part 262.25. If you
ALVSTAD Rt. 3, Box 1163. Starke, FL person to whom notice styled Court on or before October which time and place all bids receivedwill Bradford County need more Information about how to
32091, joint owners, doing business challenges the validity 1989, otherwise a Judgment may be be publicly opened and read aloudon Control 0186 submit Community Reinvestment Act
under th. firm name of DAKOTA KNITS. qualifications of the against you for the relief the following1Twelve 2tchg 9/7.14 comments, contact William B. Estes III at
Route 3. Box 1163. Starke, Florida 32091, tative, venue or In the Complaint or Petition. months supply of fuel oil approximately ((404)) 589-7205.: Other questions on the
Intends to register said fictitious name Court WITNESS My hand and the seal of sold 100.000 to 150,000 gallonsof application may be directed to Zone R.
under the aforesaid statute. ALL CLAIMS AND on August 30 1989. No. 2 Fuel Oil to conform to specifications NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER Kelly at ((404)) 589.7203.: The/ Federal
Dated this 31st day of August A.D. SO FILED WILL BE HON. RAY NORMAN of American Petroleum Institute. ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY Reserve will consider your commentsand
1989 In Bradford County Publication of this Clerk Circuit Court Fuel oil must not have higher sulphur THE BOARDOF any request for a public meeting or
8/314tpd 9/21 on August 24. 1989. By: Tosher Allen content than 1% by mass, the cetane COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF formal hearing on the application If they
Control No 169 ATTORNEY FOR Deputy Clerk number must be a minimum of 45. All BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA are received by the Reserve Bank on or
REPRESENTATIVE: CDntrDI1824tchg bid prices must be based on Jacksonville NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the before the last date of the comment
NOTICE UNDER JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. 9/7.28 terminal price plus freight less contract 2nd day of October 1989 beginning at period.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., allowance. 9:30: a.m., the Board of County Commissioners Control 188
P.O. Drawer 938 00020.1 Invoices for fuel will be submitted to of Bradford County Florida Is 2tchg9142lPeople
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Starke, Florida 32091 BID NO. 91002.1 the City Clerk on a monthly basis. The regular session' to be held at the Board's
undersigned, desiring to engage{ In ((904)) 964.5700 00020: City of Starke will pay the monthly bill Meeting Room at the Bradford County DONi T moo/
business under the fictitious name of PERSONAL INVITATION TO BID within 2 weeks after the Invoices have Courthouse, Starke, Florida will consider otl
MBG MARKETING, at number State Farm Sealed bids will be received by the been approved by the City Commission.The the following Ordinances and the 13 T
Market Highway 301 South in the City County School Board, 582 North said Board of Bond Trustees proposed enactment thereof:
of Starke, Florida Intends to register the Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091 reserves the right to accept or reject any AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit : or all bids The effective date shall been REGULATION OF THE DISPOSAL OF
Court of Bradford County Florida TIME: 6 P.M. acceptance of the bid. SLUDGE WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF
Dated at Grand Junction, Ml, this 21st OF WEEK: Monday Board of Bond TrusteesOf BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA; PRO r
day of July, 1989.MICHIGAN. : October 2, 1989 and Immediate the City of Starke, Florida VIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLA-
BLUEBERRY GROWERS thereafter publicly opened, read By Nell L. Tucker : believe) if you hold the hair
NOTICE OF and recorded In the Conference City Clerk
ASSOCIATIONJohn of a horse in your hand, nothing can
E. Shelf ord, President TO of the School Board Building, for Control 184 harm you.ibution .
8/24 4tpd 9/14 FICTITIOUS following 2tchg 9/7-14
Pursuant to Section RE: Southside Elementary School USDA Commodity Distr: Dates Set
Statutes, notice Is Addition and RemodelingBID CALL FOR BIDS
STARKE undersigned, ROY 8 NUMBER 9.1002.1Sp.clflcatiDn. Sealed bids will be received by the Suwannee River Economic Council,, Inc., announces the following dates
CHURCH OF GOD P. O. Box 644. and/or bid forms may Board of Bond Trustees of the City of for distribution of USDA commoditic Qualifications guidelines and in-
|joint owners, doing examined at the Bradford County Stark., Florida at the City Hall In Starke,. come eligibility scale information m ay be obtained from the Suwannee -
422 N. St.Clalr' -964-5445 firm name of JONES DI' Board" 582' Mar'" -..", ..I.- fnflorldenjuctrl' 6:30 p.m. orwTuesdayJSept. : JUver Economic Council, Inc. n< 'nyt'H, ,

John Spratlin, PastorWe S. Walnut Street. : ., Stark., Florida 32091 and may 19. at which time and place all bids Commodities must be picked up on!ly at the site designated on thecard? ,\
intends to register 96440&A obtained at that same location, for received will be publicly opened and You must present your current card U i receive commodities. You or either
Invite you to worship with ui under the aforesaid .00 non-refundable deposit. read aloud on the following of two designated alternates may picl k up the commodities.
Attended Nursery Dated this 5th day of The Construction Documents be FURNISHING A TWELVE MONTH SUPPLY Distribution site and
Sunday School .. .. .. . .. .. . 10am may OF 15,000 to 27.000 pounds of dates are as f.SEPT. allows:
Morning WOTS!*. .. . .. . . Item but not obtained at: CHLORINE In 9-1 TON CYLINDERS AND 1122: STARKE: SREC Outre ach Center, 134 E. South Street, 9:00:

EIngS-Ioe. .. . .. . .. .pm Construction BulletinP. BALANCE IN 150 LB. CYLINDERS a.m.-" p.m.Please .
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assurance and dismay-ol wealth and poverty of Starke
CHEVROLET both spiritual and material. ? HOMEDignified
SweepService Management & Because ol thla very uncertainty i Service Call 964-2322
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gridders will travel to should be a little bit quicker than Left guard Is Rusty Rowell. No 51 Cedric GUyard No. 22, is the' another that our roots take on their true meaning.It .
Fernandina Beach for an 8 p.m. last year's larger team Coach Mike 5-10. 19010. Left tackle is MichaelF receiver on a short curl pattern to la then that we see that all mankind la made In
game tomorrow (Friday Sept. 15) No. 77.5-11. 225-11. the weak side with the slot back going
Sexton
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with a young and inexperienced backs do a good job Split is UGnCillyard., No. 22 long. Fernandina also throws a I
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3A and who andIs rollout to a back. people ua
Class has
District 5-3A Nassau running the football says Coach 5-10. 160-11. good speed pass .
County Pirates eleven. Sexton."I the main The set Two big tackles Travis Mobley No matter what your "roots; you're welcome at
The Pirates use the same offense look for Fernandina to use a back is Reggie Stewart, No. 10 6-0. No. 70 and Drawn Pollard No. 75, Interlake; we Invite you to worship Him with us.
and defense as the Tornadoesthe more wide open offense and to throw 165-10 who has excellent speed and 6-0 225-25 and two big inside
Delaware wing-T offense and a 4-4 the football more" Coach Sexton needs to be watched as a pass linebackers Jeff Simmons No.64,
defense. says. receiver on the option play. 5-9 210-11 and Donnie Boyles No.
Fernandina lost its opening game' 55, 5-9. 192-11. anchor the 4-4 Pirate
last week 12-6 to Nassau County Fernandina has some size and, Quarterback Is Ray Vannoh defense. The other two of the front
rival West Nassau High. Fumblesset height on both the offensive and No.14, 6-2. 162-11 who has a goodarm four are strong side end or sam
both W.Nassau defensive front sevens. Tabbed the and throws medium length linebacker Walter Sessions No 61.
up scores. best Pirate offensive lineman by passes! from the play action passes 6-1. 175-10 and weak side end Rod
Fernandina will be
a more averag. BHS scouts (the JV coaches) is right and also drops back five steps. Klmble 11o. 24.6-2. 17511.
ed size ballclub this year, says tackle Travis Mobley, No. 70, 6-2, Fullback to Joe Walker No. 40 Best Titter is the monster man on '
Coach Mik Sexton. The Pirates 27912. A two-way player Mobley 5-10 180-11. The tailback is TrailVeai. the strong side John Vannoh No.12, First defensive tackle. Right No.25 hard 178-12. Rover back the weak ., .
lays 5-8. 190-12. a run- 6-2. on '1. < '>VK" < "" "
Travis Long guar Jeff Simmons No. 64, 5-9, ner.The side is Donnie Stacks No.30 5-9, <:.1.1'''''.(4 ':.Mf(4.''I);/; 5fis <#$-, .,L'Pas:: "*'.*"'':.tflib1e "
210-11 is also an inside linebacker.The Pirate running plays will look 15911. < '"
Was Leading tight end who finishes the much like the Tornadoes. Cornerbacks are Freddie Mason, i: School OJ4B onl Worship 1h45Yaial':
3-man strong right side of the Pirate receivpasses, TE oft-ttackle No. 34, &-2, 13HO. and Pit LeBreun, A'?: "The Tackler vs. WHS offensive line, is Van Slivers No.83, fake fullback No. 21 54 135-10. Strong safety isChad
6-4. 192-11. dive to the strong side. Wideout Martin, No.80 6-2. 1559.

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game 84 over the Union High JV on S. {
Bradford Field last Thursday night ,
Sept. 7.According.
to Coach Mike Gutierrez -
the Bradford JV dominated the
first half but got tired and had to,
bold on the second half. Joe Gordon
scored from three yards out after a r:
sustained drive of 60 yards in the se-
cond quarter. Jimmy Childress and
Joey Hall added yardage.
BHS went for a two point conversion -
the difference: in
the Jame-Joey Hall ran in the two 1
point conversion on the option play. S
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Union touchdown. 's r'Y
setting up the.
Then the Tornaqn! JV defense had to
dig in and layers
ggame Into the
said Coath Guiterrez. By
mid-season th?coach hopes to be In it rp
a position to two" latoon.f'layers -
cited for a good game by .1
Coach Gutierrez are Josh Lewis J
Dante Williams Ed Duncan Shan- *z :
,4
tall Houston Shaun Jenkins and 'Si
Mike Swanson., Gernard Williamspunted
played some defense and 4
did a pretty good Jbb. /
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always happy to get throughthe football about 12 minutes of the third reeled off a 33 yard run, then a 14 extra point made it 7-0. yard/carry average. Goodowns iced the win with an in-
lint game with a win,no matter and fourth periods only to be stoppedby yarder from the Wildwood 27 to put Two fumbled punts allowed Wildwood retained possession of erception of a Wildwood pass to the
the score" said a relieved Coach the BUS defense inside the Brad- the ball on the Wildwood 13. Reed's Wildwood to control the football for the football most of the second right flat time ran out.
David Hurse after the 13-7 opening ford one. But QB Sheffield mishandl- runs were behind the blocking of the most of the second period, and BHS period because of two mishandled
game win over big and tough ,"tthe\ snap when BHS took over RHS offensive line running from the went into the half with the 7-0 lead. punts. It allowed Wildwood to workto
Wildwood High last Friday night, ildwood's! ('r' .n', Jiimi', Hcnond Dingle Mill!; fonnation to get as Whenever it had the football BHS the Tornado 14 yard without getting
Sept. a, on Bradford Field. id, behind ,/lie: Dig right side of the many blockers as possible ahead of moved It. The BHS defense made It a first down. radford Nigh t I t t I)
Turnovers were costly and could Wildcat line, punched the football the ball carrier. hard going for Wildwood, giving up BHS drove out to the 35, Allen Wildwood MlgH 0 D 0 1 7sus
have meant the game had not the over from about two feet out. It cut BHS took over on the Wildwood 16 only two or three yards to hard driv- Jenkins punted 31 yards to the Wildwood
Tornado offense, stronger this the BHS lead to 13-7. yard line after Lorenzo Hall blockedthe ing fullback Craig James, who had Wildwood 40.On the pitchout on first Pint" Downs 11'
season, built a 13 point cushion. Had "I thought we had a great goal line first Wildcat punt and Andy 54 yards in 20 carries. The BHS down Wildcat speedster Marvin Col- Ruining Yard M-lfl jr-ni
the Tornadoes not turned the football stand down there," Coach Hurse Goodowns recovered the football to defense prevented speedster Marvin eman got loose for 18 yards, changIng railing Yard 11 0
over three times on fumbles,the said. "The quarterback just got set up the first touchdown.On Coleman from turning the corner, directions to throw BHS tacklers FC-PA-rl. I-a-g Ml 0.74.0 Hlrunt.
score might have been higher. careless." the TD pass, QB Reggie Sheffield limiting Coleman to 58 yards In 11 off their mark. Coach Hurse thought .um..,..-...' 4-1 I.'
BHS blocked a punt, after But the Tornado offense came waited for the Wildcat defenseto carries. he might go all the way, he said, but onalNn-yard ,.51 f-M
Wildwood's game opening posses right back with a 43 yard drive react to him around left end on a Tornado tailback Clint Reed was Tornado Chris Dinkins nailed the Scoring summary
sion, and scored on a 11 yard pass which finally ended on the Wildwood third and and eight yards to go situa the game's leading rusher with 108 speedster with a sure tackle. 1> Bradford High-Tramall Jon.,.11 yard pan
from QB Reggie Sheffield to wideout 13 yard with only 55 seconds remain- tion. With Wildcat defenders closingin yards in 15 carries, a 7.2 yards per Coleman also had two runs of from Ql Haggla Ihafflold. IPt Donnla Pranclt,
Tramell Jones. BHS opened the ing In the game to preserve the win. front and back,Sheffield shoveleda carry average. Allen Jenkins, runn- seven yards each to keep kick., .-.
thi,((1 on 'UK! with a 12-play 52 yard Little Timmy Taylor, No. 7, returned high pass from about the 11 yard ing from the wingback position Wildwood's long third period drive 1) Bradford-1I..gl..h.III.d.1, yard run.BPi
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drive for its second TD and 13-0 lead. the Wildwood kickoff 30 yards to line to deep in the corner of the end- which surprised Wildwood, carriedfor alive. Francis,_kick'.11.
Wildwood kept possession of the the BHS 45.Rimntn"' hack Din Room zone to WO Jones. Donnin Francis'Bist 47 yards in five carries, a 9.4. Tornado strong side end Andy ,1),WII.-. Craig Jams..ns yard run.'Pikick




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To open the track season, the Jackson 14th in 28:59: and Eric in 17:53.: Ramona Tennani, a senior, and &
Bradford runners travelled to Cowart was 20th in 30:25.: In the boys division, Larry Green, senior Kim Hampton and sophomoreDella
Jacksonville for the 20th Annual The junior girls team leader was a sophomore, placed 23rd in 17:58: Scott are returning lettermen.
Charmil Spooner, placing 4th in Tyrone Sanders was 67th in 23:03: : :.w
Bishop Kenny Invitation cross country Newcomers on the team are
meet, held Saturday, Sept.9, at 15:25: Lisa Thomas placed 6th In Kenny DeSue was 74th in 23:39: andEric freshmen Renee Daugherty and Air Conditioning :
Bishop Kenny High School. 17:46: Dawn Nail was 7th in 17:50, DeSue was 83rd in 28:39. Latoya Sims. ,
Five runners from each school Katina Hampton was 11th in 18:56: "It is going to be tough to repeat Both Ramona Tennant and Larry i ,
constitute a team, but individual and Sally Coins placed 13th in 20:15.: last year, getting to region," said Green should be ranked in the top
times are also recorded for runners "The Middle School" kids ran Coach George Loper", "But we can ten in both district and region this Service
from schools not fielding a team. outstanding races, said Track do it if we try hard. said Coach
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Coach and Florida Hall of Famer The varsity boys team captain is year Loper. .
The girls cross country race is a 's' '
The next meet is tomorrow Fri-
distance of two miles; the boys must George Loper. He expects a good Kenny DeSue, a senior, with seniors lay Sept. 15) at the Middleburg In- ,w- '.
three miles. season from the BMS Hurricane run- and lettermen Tyrone Sanders and
run Vernon Griffin and vitation. Service and Repair on: Joe Cox,
The Bradford Middle School Hurricanes ners. sophomore Tuesday,Sept.19, the Tornado and
boys team took first place in Larry Green returning. New Hurricane runners will open their Your friendly
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the junior division event, and the Varsity Runners... freshmen on the team are Eri; home season against Baker County Major Appliances
Middle School girls were runnersupin Neither varsity squad fielded a DeSue and Bernard Johnson. and Gainesville at the Starke track Air repairman. I
the two mile event. team, only two Tornado girls and The varsity girls captain is behind the Middle School. Conditioning
The BMS boys team was led by four Tornado boys ran in the event. -Refrigeration Call him today for ,
Dwayne Tennant, who placed 7th Over 100 runners were entered in '
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Williams finished 8th in 24:25: ,Daryl nant finished 14th in a time of 14:20: I Need An Electrician? -
Hamilton was 13th in 2857.: Dennis and freshman Renee Daugherty was .
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against Santa Fe, the following"
night, Tuesday, September 12.
Opening with Gainesville High
Monday night, September 11, in
NO MONEY DOWN AND NO HLYMENTS
Gainesville, the Tornadoes won in a
two game contest by scores of 15-3 '
and 1513. UNTIL JANUARY 199O '
Annette Simmons served 10 points
with 3 aces Aurilla Williams served
7 points, 3 aces and one spike;
Eyvette Covington served 6 points, 4
aces and 1 spike; Monika Williams
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Latara Jackson served 3 points 1
ace 1 spike and 1 block. KendraButler
and Rita Stepheny also saw
action in the match.In 4X4 XLTLARIAT
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the second match Tuesday,
Sept. 12,the first home court match,
the team lost a close one to an in-
ferior team, Santa Fe, In three
games. The first game was an easy !
win for the home team, 15-7. The se-
cond game went to Santa Fe by a
score of 11-15 and the third game
was a see-saw affair tied at 12-12 and Overdrive Loaded
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ObituaryMrs.. Phyliss Scott I 4$1 000.00SRebatel;;


Mrs. Fede Solanga "Phyliss"
Scott 63, of KIngsley Lake, diedMonday
,Sept.11 at her home following -
an extended illness.
Born Dec. 31, 1925 In Muggia, Ita-
ly, Mrs. Scott moved to Kingsley
Lake In 1967 from Starke.She movedto
Starke in 1949 from South
Carolina. She was a member of the
First Christian Church in Starke and
was a sales clerk at the Camp Blending a
Post Exchange. ,
j Survivors Include her husband, '
Reese R. 'Scotty' Scott;t four 1989 TEMPO
daughters,Josle Williams and Linda 1989 ESCORT LX 1989 CROWN VICTORIA
Alday both of Starve,JoAnn Diddell Air Tilt, 5 Speed
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Center,Neb.: one brother,Pino Piz- :11o00.00 Rebate OOO.OO. Rebate
zamus Trieste, Italy; one sister,

I Belgium;Coppenolle and 10 grandchildren.of'Tournai, : '85 Ford Crown '88 Ford Fiesta LX '86 Delta 88 88 JEEPCJ57 86 Chevy :

Graveside funeral services were Victoria Brougham43.OOO SpectrumS
held Wednesday Sept 13 In Crosby S Sp.,AIr Tilt. Cruise Cloth Int. Extra dean. 6OOO Mt ;
Lake Cemetery, with Rev. Frei1 4 Dr.. 35,000 Ml. Extra : ML. F maculate AM/FM'Case. Soft Top :.
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Home was. .In charge of ,arrangements. ; ._$695O &885O $8888 .roW3795 i i

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Was a practice session for area emergencyBy r services personnel
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Mark Frledlin practicing their reaction to a Involved from the paramedics
BCT Staff Writer life-threatening situation. and firefighters to responded to L 1.,
Emergency Rescue Service The drill was overseen by the alert at the site of the
personnel across Bradford Bradford County Fire Chief supposed tornado touchdown to ri ,
County had their collective Dwayne Hardce. who evaluated: (the medical team at Bradford O 1{ c wr
hands full last week in a highly the performance of everyone Hospital who treated the
realistic "Disaster Drill" 'victims' after they were
simulating the touchdown of a transported.The .
tornado in a mobile home trailer victims had their own role
park. to play besides just lying aroundIn
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members of the Emergency drill. officials plan more of the
Medical staff at Bradford same In the future to keep their
Hospital. teams at a high degree of
Realistic "victims" of the readiness In case of a real Tornado Touchdown...
'tornado' were created with the emergency. A simulated disaster drill last week toted the mettle of emergency services personnel throughout the county. I

help of volunteers like the Boy .. ..
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Starke and make-up artist Jim \
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Hollywood. FRESUMMERp
The lightweight mobile homesare '
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tornados when they oA yr. Lastweek's OURTSHAVE.
'disaster' gave the
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test their individual lifesaving .
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I News BriefsStarke accidents 362 miscellenous 49 and provided escort for 11 funeral
i bucgUnes. processions, said Etheridge.
County deputies served 572 civil Dispatchers received 3,884 calls at I
Man Shot cheating alter taking money from an according to Deputy Danny Thrill Kenneth Etheridge. I papers, recovered two stolen 964-6161 and 886 calls through the
individual on false pretense, according At8-30p.ni: as the woman was getting Seventy-six of the arrests were 'vehicles wrote ten traffic citations emergency 911 number.
By Unknown AssailantA to Patrolman Bob McGrath the money Angelmia Harris felony charges 69 were misdemanor
Clay Counts authorities recalled grabbed the the woman _._ - Starke man was shot early Sun- purse was charges 12 were for driving under a0.r
day morning as he was walking on bonds set on Hams for charges of holding and ran out of the door, said influence and :25 were for driving Trade Trade Trade
the roadway after leaving the TIppin bank forgerv petit theft robbery Thrift She was later arrested. while license suspended.
Inn in SpeedvLUe cheating and grand theft For several months Hams has City police officers made 43 arrests -
John Goodman is m stable condI- Hams charged with acquiring been covering the county, door to ,77 arrests were made by county Past & Present
tion after Sept checks ''In Ma' on the account of door, asking for money with made deputies 11 arrests were by
surge
10 for a gunshot emergency wound to the abdomen someone she knew she alleged] up stones about people in need Florida Highway Patrol troopers Record & Book ExchangeTrade
according to Lt David forged the checks and cashed two of She remains in custody with bond four arrests were by Lawtey of-
Aderholt. Goodman said be was them, according to Lt David A set at K.MKBradford> ficers, seven were by court order In your old LP's. CD's
walking north in the roadway when Aderholt Her husband. James Ra and one each by FDLE Cassettes. Books and Comics for New
be was shot by an unknown man wht Hams, 27 also cashed one of the Jail Parole/Probation and the State At-
fired several shots at he and a com checks :Monthly Activity torney S.Lawrence Blvd. Richard &Cherie Vogt
panian The fled the area Angelina was additionally charged Total calls, 630 received at the 174 473-0538
and Goodman compaman collapsed m the parking with robber> and petit theft after During the month of August. 145 county jail included 159 felony investigations Keystone Hgts.,FL 32656 Ph: I
lot of the Inn Goodman was going into the home of an elderly arrests were processed through the 19 missing persons, 16 "
taken b> private vehicle to SR-10C woman asking for money June 15. county jail, according to Sheriff fire 'structure/woods, four traffic Across fro-Dollar General Slot and Kr lwr*>Fried Chicken I,
where Deputy Harvey Rhoden was! "I

flagged down was at taken Edward from GroceGoodman there b>> ,,. ....., ." ... .... ,. ., -- .. ., .-.,, .<.,.-' -_ '.---- ..,_",'
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Jacksonville, according to WinnDixieTM
Paramedics Barrett. Rex Siemer and Rusty

The investigation is continuing

Starke :Man Faces

Drug ChargesIn
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Starke man was arrested Tues-
da>. Sept 12. in Starke by agents
from the C S Drug Enforcement
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charges STARKE .
Dana Robert Masey was charged m WEST r.ooou.t.sst
in a 13 count indictment from the W-D BRAND REGULAR
federal judicial] district in South
Flonda Mast)., a fugitive from the
Southern District of Florida, is BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS
charged with conspiracy to import
cocaine and intent to distribute involving -
multiple kilos According to
the inacments. Masej was Involved
on a large scale with drug distribu- N" EVERYDAY

tionArrested in Bradford County for
aggravated battery' June. 1988. U LOW PRICES!
.Masey was placed on one year probation
ordered to make resitution p
and pay medical records Since that
time be has been arrested for driving -
under influence and other traffic
violations in Bradford.At the time of 10-14 LB.
his sentencing Masey promised the WINN-DIXIE IS
court he would stay out of trouble if SIZELB. 3
be could to return to Islamorado
where be worked on a ship. the
misdemeanor charges have WORKING TO GIVE YOU
mounted up since that time.
Masey will be taken to south U
Florida to answer more charges .
there according to DEA information
officer THE LOWEST TOTAL FOOD BILL. MARKET

Brooker Man GROUND TURKEY L8.97C
Arrested TwiceIn

Two WeeksA

21-year-old Brooker man has Make plans to attend
been arrested tv ice in Starke in]less your .
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than two weeks. TREffrfETT: :"':
John Douglas Foster. was_,arrested FOODS
August 91 for auempted WINN-D1XIE'SFESTIVflL F JACK SONVit i. .
ual battery, according to Patrolman
Gerald Hayes Bond was set at
$5,000. he was released on his own DUCK JW

recogniznace.Sept. 9 Foster was arrested after Fun Food and Entertainment rsswKr
he allegedly tried to use a tire iron RAe w.- .wr".ww'
on Tony Smith at THE Apts.,according
to Patrolmen Perry T Gorman JOIN THE GREAT JACKSONVILLEDUCK
and Bob McGrath. Foster was For The Whole Family! RACE SEPTEMBER 23. 19 9.
charged with aggravated assault $5.00 DONATION GETS YOUA
with a deadly weapon. Bond was set A CHANCE TO WIN GREAT PRIZES.
recognizance at$2,500 he was released on his own September 22 & 23 at the Jacksonville Prime Osborn Convention Center. SUPPORT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY..
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Tony Smith 21, of MaxviUe was
arrested at the same time for ag-
gravated assault after he started a
fight with Foster, kicked his car
-causing a dent according to
Patrolman Gorman. He was releas- EVERYDAY
ad: after a $2,500 surety bond was ; EVERY OAY ,, O AY > PRICE
posted. PRICE C rCE, LOW
LpW ,
Woman Again Charged RICE
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With Stealing
'p :
S$ A 19-year-old woman facing multi- .
charges of forgery and cheating
Ee struck again,this time she push- '
an elderly woman down into a WHOLE SLAB OF IV
=fetch, took the woman's purse and BARBECUESPARERIBS tj I I : I
adrove away.Angelima.
: Marie Harris was arrested *
Sept. 7 for the charge of i.
'strong armed robbery according to i
ity Harvey Rhoden. She was I
also charged by the city with EACH$799

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Brief_. ;

Recent ArrestsIn theft, according to Deputy Roman Kevin I la mm, 25, was arrested bond was posted. rested Sept. 7 for DWLS, accordingto his own recognizance. f
Alvarez. Williams allegedly took a Sept. 9 for burglary, grand theft,ac- Deputy Alvarez. Bond was set at
Bradford CountyThe case of beer without paying for it. cording: to Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Dennis DeSue was arrested Sept.9 $1,000 he was released on his own Richard Craig Nipper, 21. of =
following arrests were madein Bond was set at $500, he was released Hamm allegedly broke into a home for burglary according to recognizance. Brooker was arrested Sept. 9 for
and stole which Patrolman Wilkinson. Bond DUI DWLS. according to Lt.
local on his own recognizance. a camera he attempted Wayne
authorities.Bradford County by to sell. He remains in custody. was set at $1,000. DeSue remains in Chalmer Vernon Justice Jr., 33, Winston Barber. Nipper's blood
Roosevelt Bright,67, was arrested custody. was arrested Sept. 6 for driving alcohol content was .22 percent.
Tammy Sherell Albritton 20. was Sept. 6 for aggravated assault, aggravated Timothy Leg etle, 33, was ar- while license suspended accordingto Bond was set at $715.25. he was
arrested Sept. 5 for retail theft, ac- battery, attempted rested Sept. 9 for aggravated battery Traffic Trooper Donald Dean. released on his own recognizance. :f:
cording to Patrolman Gordon Smith. trespass In structure or conveyence, according to Patrolman BobMcGrath. Clyde: Byrd, 26,was arrested Sept.
according to Deputy Danny Thrift. Leggette was additionally 9 for failure to appear improper tag Beverly Diane Gullion 28,was ar- Charles David Wells, 27, was ar- ::
He was released on his own charged on a capias with retail theft, driving while license suspendea rested Sept. 6 for unlawful tag, ac- rested Sept. 8 for DWLS possessionof
Jimmy llankerson 22, was ar- recognizance. loitering and prowling, failure to appear (DWLS>. expired tag according to cording to Patrolman Smith. Bond cocaine, according to Patrolman :,:
rested Sept. 5 for dealing in stolen (petit theft). lie was releasedon Deputy Alvarez. Byrd was also was set at$250. Smith. ,;
property according to Deputy his own recognizance. charged by Alachua County: with n,
Charles Carter. Bond was set at Jennifer Denise Newman 18, was DLWS and no valid driver's license.He Paul Andrew Hughes 28, of Gary Lee Wallace, 32, was ar- .;.
1000. arrested Sept. 10 for retail theft after Dennis Karezenwski, 42, was arrested was released after bond was Keystone Heights was arrested Sept. rested Sept. 9 on a capias from ..:
she allegedly took cigarettes from Sept. 9 for battery, according posted. 8 on a capias charging expired tag, Pasco County for DUI according to :
Dewey Jackson Williams, 19, of Coastal Mart, according to to Patrolman Perry Gorman. lie according to Deputy Gene Lee.Bond Deputy Rhoden. He was released ::
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 8 for petit Patrolman Gerald Hayes was released after a $500 surety Thomas David Nettles 19, was ar- was set at $250, he was released on after a $1,500 surety bond was ':
posted. f:
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Michael Robert Godwin. 19. of :
Hampton was arrested Sept. 8 for -
".
DUI according to Deputy Jason ;
QUANTITY RIGHTS Bennett.Godwin's blood alcohol con- .;
.._RESERVEDPRICES... r
.tOM. MCCOPVMQNt tent was .22 percent. During the
IMt i%' BEOEP booking process at the county "'-
GOOD 1'
Godwin was additionally chargedwith
THURS.-WED., possession fo less than 20 grams "-
SEPT. 14-20. 1989 T cannabis. He was released after
a'T ( $1,500 surety bond was posted.

a'-: Rescue Bradford Answers County

134 Calls In August

U.S. CHOICE Bradford County Emergency ; \
Medical Services Rescue responded ..
PREMIUM GRADE SEMIBONELESSFRYER to a total of 134 calls/or/runs during ...
the month of August according to I
SELECT LEAN
Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
WHOLE or RIB HALF WHOLE or HALF the Seventy-one transporting transports of 72 patients.required :1.,

Forty-three transporting.The calls back-up required unit made no -..
QUARTERS PORK LOINS IBEYE four runs and one patient was '.
transported by Trauma I to University .-,
Hospital in Jacksonville.
The majority of the patients 62, ".
were taken to Bradford Hospital. ",
Two patients were taken to Shands :,
STORE Hospital and six to Alachua General
HOURS Hospital, in Gainesville.One .
$ patient was taken to Lake ;
I57 8 A.M. Butler Hospital Hand Surgery ::

9-11 LB. TIL Center.Illness related calls topped the list "_

PKG. 8 11 P.M. $297 of needing emergencies attention.with Cardiac 29 patients people .,

were the next highest need, with IS .
patients requiring Rescue (two in
full arrest).
LB SLICED Fourteen calls were to people in :
LB rroeRw. trauma and another four runs were '

FREE
TAIRP to people in trauma resulting from
vehicle accidents. Six people suffered
PREMIUM GRADE 8-11 LB. PKQ. FRYER SELECT LEAN LOIN HALF SLICED FREE US. c HALF SLICED FREE respiratory problems, one call .
WINGS, 'THIGHS DRUMSTICKS LB. 59< J ( PORK LOIN . La *167 oELESsLii LB. *397 was one person to a drug suffered overdose emotional victim pro-and

_L ____ _ blems.One call was to a gunshot victim
FILL YOUR and one was to a victim of a stabb-
W-D REGULAR HICKORY SWEET
BOLOGNA SLICEDgOUTHERFRREEZER!IlJ'R1I ing.Three calls were cancelled and
\ ; Community. three were false alarms, said Chap-
I or FRANKS BEEF Slate man.

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880' : ..J.. l118//tI ALL -BEEF tt"r- ; THESC SERVICE* AS/AjLAMj/P 4lai! >
12-oz. I$1" 9g"g' Checking Ttovetor's Checks
PKG LB. BEEF PATTIES. ; Savings Account Credit Card ApplicationsMoney
W-D BRAND U.s. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS Loan Applications Orders
DELMONICO MARKET STYLE CertlflcaletaDepoait! Night Depository
WHOLE HOG $148 $497 t .$690 Money Markel Accounts Notary PublicSfifoennarket
SAUSAGE . to STEAKS 0 . la BACON O HOURS

HICKORY SWEET LOUIS BUN RICH LENGTH 2 $-77 MADISON BRAND $399 WON,WED. e ea.m..p.m.l.m.-8 p.m. j 'I' :.

BONELESS HAM La $199 TURKEY FRANKS ,w CORN DOGS .0.0lOX SATURDAYFRt 6a.m2m.. BankWUS.DA.INSPECTED "J''M''O'NCy.M.DICAL
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W-D COOKED WHAM D CHOPPED $259 WIJJl..I$590 .. .
HAM . . Vaf$299 . . La : '.

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14x60.FLEBTWOOD 11993.00
I a JUICE 1 HARVEST FRESH 14x60'FLEETWOOD! 11.995.00
WESTERNLETTUCE 14x70 .REDMAN 14690.00
14x70.REDMAN 16074.00
14x72.SKYLINE 16.457.00
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JUICE 24x44.PBACHCTATB 16230.00
ORANGE I 24X44 REDMAN 16999.00

$148 ; I''f 58C 21x44 FLEETWOOD 19.283.00
i/A1L/ v .PBACHSTATB 21666.00
LL L HEAD 26X48 SUNPOINTB28X52 22,194.00.
I .LAKE'OIN98 23,909.00.26X60oPUBTWOOD
24.S95.00
; ; ; CALIFORNIA 28X70'SKYLINE 25141.00*
BAOTLETT 26X60.SPRINOIO L 25,195.00
28X60.PALM HARBOR 27.715.00
EVERYDAY IOW PRICI EVERYDAY IOW f RICIl IVa.YD"" LOW'pR'Ca', PEARS 28X60.PALM HARBOR 29545.00
ALL FLAVOR* a .FLEBTWOOD 29,999.00Iaz
THRIFTY MAID UPERBRANO SOFT SUPERBRAND $i09 C t*"' ,tRU. : ."I'S' ''f .

rl" CUT BEANS GREEN MARGARINE V.* 99 ICE MILK . HAll... 6 8 rlq.q Rr; :

THRIFTY MAID24.u$1'9 LB. (M..ODIrS;; :Hd'MItS '

SUPERBRAND 6 tt $1'09 STEAK U' N J .,(((II.i)64:4$4) "
14'2. BISCUITS . VINE RIPE'CCAAri' .'

SUPERBRAND VINNIE'S .9ge SALADTOMATOES *PRAISE MDOrnUM
STICK CHEESE..mR? $119| PIZZA d. .0. .'/aa.r PII.. I Post STARKE.Office FL Drawer 33O01 930 'mJ

CMACKIN GOOD $ 29 KRAFT SEAFOOD KITCHEN $1199, I OC PASTOR EWARD U VAN CAMPA
TOASTER 2 'i ZlI. $398 FISH I FULL GOSPEL FAMILY CHURCH i I
PASTRIES . =: VELVEETA . N "Com**xporinc* the dffffrtnaf( ":
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. LB.DELICIOUS Schedule of Service 2
CELEBRATE Sunday Morning Worship =
CmZENSJlIP IN FIRST OF THE SEASON IN 1030 am Z'
SEPTEMBER THE SHELL 7190CT.HEADLESS Sunday Evening Worship 3
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;- 8 WEEK CONSTTTIJTION l APALACHICOLAOYSTERS. WHITE SUMP, APPLES... . \a$149 Wednesday 7:00 7:30 pat pat.Evening Wonhlp .i j?'l

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i B nM Involved.to.. $1199 s3gg'17s3 71O.y .1
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people were treated for neck 78, of Starke was found at fault for
pain, minor !injuries, abrasions and failure to yield right of way said
lacerations following an accident Short. -
Friday noon at the entrance/exit of Drivers of both vehicles and "
shopping center passengers Mildred Gill and Martha
A 1988 Ford travelling south on Beckman were transported to Brad- I
IS-301 driven by Mury\Vilborn Harris ford Hospital according to "
of Bushnell struck a 1978 Buick Paramedics Dan Cuddington Rex ..
that was attempting to proceed Siemer, Cliff Chapman and Jimmy
of north on US-301 from the parking lot Davis. M..._.1y a1rtf.als
Deerfoot Village according to
Patrolman Mack Short. Damage to the Buick was $2,500
Driver of the Buick; AKpstprGill damage to the Ford was$1,200.



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orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 19,
StoryhourAnd from 10 to 11 a,m.

Orientation ONE PRICE!
Pumpkins, scarecrows and little
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Programs. Materials $Jamisori FIRM
Library Director Sue Crum invites The Bradford Library invites you .I
parents to register. their children to read a biographical account of
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class! enrollment III be limited and tion of Wiregrass Georgia embracedin
qn a first-come first.ser\ed basis.
the original counties of Irwin Ap- 00EACH
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orientation for 'parents only The Pioneers of Wiregrass
September 19 from 10 to 11 a m This Georgia Volume VIII, is one of the
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t tjiem} and their child." adds Mrs Library Director Sue Crum ac- PIECEEr
tfrum quired a microfilm readerprinteron
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l110nt Its to three years, will be held .
Community College.We
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"Ars'&OJd'! l Lace" a.
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Tickets on Sale NowBy 'I .. .. 1 ,...
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secret" dead '
BCT Staff Writer "family concerning
Tickets for the Bradford bodies and poison-laced 9. .
Community Player's production elderberry wine."Showtime .
of the comedy farce "Arsenic & Is set for 8 p.m. on j"
Old Lace" are on sale and selling '.pt" '45. 18 and 21, with a
briskly at several locations In special matinee performance to .
held on Sunday Sept. 17. An .
Starke.The (!
popular Bradford evening dinner show will be held
Community Player group Is In Sept. 22. seating begins at 6 p.m. t
the midst of one of their finest and the play begins at 8 p.m. _
seasons yet. highlighted by this The play will be presented at
comic story that was first 'the''w Bradford Women's Club
popularized In a 1933 Aim, with Building. pinner tickets are
the famous actor Cary Grant. In'. .". 2.50 and must be purchased ajvietk'ln w1r4
the lead role. advance.Tickets can be
The fast paced comedy Is purchased at the following

highlighted by several funny but locations: Mitchell's Drug Store. .-- ...-- -- _.- ...- """'" .LI:..... -t -... I
subtle subplots In the main Stump's,Department Store .....J Meet the Cast...
story, which concerns a Santa Fe Community College. The cut of the upcoming production of"Anenlc 6'Old Lace". Ballenger.
nephews' frantic efforts to keep a.Laura Contl at 064-8498 In the back row form left to right Mitchell Starling Joe BaUlnger Richard In the, front from left to right Chill Davtdwn,Laura Coed PatriciaCrawford I
the rest of his family from. -for further information. and and Bill Wilton.
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BUFFETLUNCH

Mark Frledlln uprisings similar to those that have was a fascinating exercise in itself Restaurant
BCT Staff WriterA occured in other parts of the counT for both the participants and the
local team of correctional of- spectators that brought a new
ficers from New River Correctional he prison riots in recent U.S. awarneness of the some of the pro- Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
Institute is busy preparing for the history such as those at Attica New blems and solutions found in the en- 1900 i M 1 T.mpl. Slarka. Florida 32091
highly specialized Riot Squad com York and in federal prisons in New vironment of correctional control.
petition In the State finals coming in Mexico and Illinois have shown that Carter said he was particularly TJRENA.MOT! L
October. the expertise of the staff at the impressed by the "outstanding skill Eat-In or Take Out
The New River team won the rightto Is a determining and dedication"of the entire 14-man For reservations'or take out ortftrs call: 864-7681
represent the North-Central ifa potential uprising can be quelledIn squad during the training period. ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
the early stages with no loss of life The New River Competition Squad
Florida area when they captured the or overall control. Florida Department members include: Leaman Alvarez, CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE. $1.00
of Corrections
Department RegionII of Corrections officials have Shift Captain; Dolphus Barton Correctional -
Confrontation Management Team been stressing correctional office Officer II; Richard Beach,
Competition title in June. readiness for the past several yearsas Correctional Officer II; Joseph Frida turday
BUFFET DINNER
The New River team took first a result. Bridges Correctional Officer I,
place and the right to compete In Stanley Brown, Correctional OfficerII Nights
statewide technically first competition rate performence with In a tion New Superintendent River Correctional Bradley Institu-D. ;Robert Dean Ellis Correctional OfficerI ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95
Correctional Of-
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"Control is "very pleased"
make the competition -
Force"up; "Precision of Commands"; River Squad's performance. Officer II, Kenneth Lamp Correc- Our Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items
tional Officer James Correc-
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Carter also had high words of ;
"Cadence Execution" and "Baton
Skills". praise for Squad Leader (Shift Cap tional Correctional Officer Officer II; James I Lingold Robert, CLOSED Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m.til 230 pm;Dinner 4:30: pm til 9:30
The local team competed in 11 tain) Leaman Alvarez who he leader-said Osborne, Corectional Officer; I; Jim- f\-rTtJrf pm.Saturday 430 pm til 930 pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 230 pm;
other teams in the competition, demonstrated "exceptional ON MONDAY
my Register, Correctional Officer II Dinner 430 til 9
which has been described by Correctional ship ability" in preparing the squad and William Seay Correctional Of- pm pm
officials of for their i Region II their
System as a means
regional ficer II.
assuring that their personel has the second consecutive;: title. ... -
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Fire Department daughter Linda Lee Tatum of Funeral services were held at 1:30 Cemetery under Starke.
Jacksonville
from the widow of Donald L. McRae, who Funeral Home of
Sara Brittney Blanton following 27 years of service; died In 1988.Survivors. Lawtey;one son,Don Lee of Starke; p.m.,Monday,Sept. 11, in DeWitt C. Jones
Infant Sara Brittney Blanton, was a bailiff in the Duval County include one sister, one sister, Martha P. Strickland of Jones Chapel,with Rev.A.C.Bryant 11_
21-months old, died and Rev. James T. Tompkins offlclatln 8M rys
Friday Sept. 8 Courthouse; was a member of Florence E. LaRiviere of Bradford, Hazelhurst,Ga.,four grandchildrenand .
In Shandi Teaching Hospital, No.306 F& two Burial Iw.sln Crosby La.ke.
Riverview Mason Lodge Mass.; one brother, Edwin J. _great-grandchildren.. I
Gainesville,following long illness. AM; was a member of the 32nd Scot- Sadowski, Worcester, Mass.; _
Born in Gainesville, Sara was a tish Rite; was a Woodman of the several nieces and nephews.
member of the Morgan Road Baptist World; was a member of Madison Memorial services will be held
Church. Street Baptist Church. Thursday, Sept. 14, at St. Anne's
Survivors include her parents Survivors include his wife, Mazie Episcopal Church, with Rev. I IT
James Duncan and Elena "Lynn Johnson of Starke; one son Jimmy Graston McFadden conducting the
Clovett Bowen Blanton of Starke; Johnson of Starke;one brother,E.E. services. Burial was In Pine Grove
her paternal grandparents, James Johnson of Jacksonville; one sister, Cemetery, Boylston, Mass., with
P. and Erma Jean Blanton of Edna Nichols of Jacksonville; two Jones Funeral Home of Starke in
LaCrosse and maternal grandparents grandchildren and five great
charge of local arrangements. In
James and Linda Steen .
grandchildren.Graveside lieu of flowers, donations may be
and Howard and Margaret Bowen, BIRTHDAYGIVEAWAY'fIf'N
funeral services were
Anne's Memoria Fund,
made to St.
all of Starke.
held Monday,Sept. 11,at 11:00 a.m. I
,FL
Funeral services were held Mon- Riverside Memorial Park P.O. Box 192 Keystone Heights
at
day, Sept. 11, at 10 a.m. in Morgan Cemetery with Rev. E.Z. McDaniel 32656.
Road Baptist Church with Rev. Don officiating, with full Masonic Rites Oliver E. Pearson ONE OF 1DAKOTA DODGE
White officiating. Burial was in with Archie Tanner Funeral Home Oliver Eugene Pearson, 66, of
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the of Starke in charge of ar- ,
Starke,died Saturday Sept.9 at his
direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke. rangements.Mrs. home extended on Redgrave illness.Street, followingan SPORT 4x4s !

.Viola McRae Born in Greenville County, S.C.,
Mrs.Viola Ann McRae,73,of Lake Mr. Pearson moved to Starke from ea ga THE PENNZOIl
i Mrs. Bertha Griffis Geneva, died Saturday, Sept. 9, in Jacksonville in 1949. He was a
};.frs.Bertha Griffis,81,of Lawtey, Alachua General Hospital, member of Grace United Methodist
died Thursday morning, Sept. 7, at Gainesville,following a brief illness Church of Lawtey; was a retired IDD
her, residence. Born in Worcester Mass., Mrs. supervisor from E.I. DuPont & Co. .
Born and raised in Lawtey, Mrs. McRae moved to Lake Geneva 23 and was a member of the Elks Lodge -. !!!!!!I !:5"" Ri 'td
member of Highland "" ""' '''
Griffis was a years ago from Mass. She was a BPOE. DODGE
Baptist Church in Highland. homemaker and a member of St. Survivors include his wife, Lillian
Survivors include her husband Anne's Episcopal Church of Camp Pearson of Starke; one + i- DAKOTA SPORT 4X4
Levin Griffis of Lawtey one Keystone Heights. She was the
daughter,Elgin Wheeler of Lawtey; GIVEAWAY
one son, Landon E. Griffis of
Jacksonville; one sister, Eva Mae
Tison of Jacksonville; one brother, Gainesville Mitsubishi TERWILLEGAR'S QUICK LUBE
Carlton Griffis of Atlanta, Ga., nine
grandchildren and ten great
grandchildren.Funeral The All-Day 150 W. Madison st-
services were held Sun-
day, Sept. 10, at 2:30: p,m. at Everyday Starke 964-9000
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Highland Baptist Church with Rev. 1E Eclipse
George Chism and Rev.James Grif- (
fis officiating. Burial was in \1.A,

chie Kingsley Tanner Lake Funeral Cemetery Home of with Starkein Ar- .---e GS 1.8,2.08 DOIIC,Turbo,All Wheel Dr. 1O MINUTE OIL CHANGEI

charge of arrangements. DeBorah Rothberg I

Harry James Johnson [ :i ) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
J larry( James Johnson, 85, of
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rke, died Friday, Sept. 8, at gl) We Install A New Oil Filter
North Florida Regional Medical Only ) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis i
Center extended illness.
following an
Born and raised in Folkston, Ga., D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant I
Mr. Johnson moved to Starke from $ 2 095 D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid I
Jacksonville in 1976. He was retired
371-3752 3336 N.MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE FL D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid i

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Announcing the Opening of CHANGE! 9))
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D 14)) We Vacuum the Interior

Pollock M.D. D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter

D 16)) We Check Your Breather Element
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t't' 1 RichardsonBy Named to All-Star Team at Nationals::: I Iafter


,. Mark Frledlin a line drive shot in the fourth as a designated hitter In the third l undoubtedly Oklahoma) by hitting .
BCT Staff Writer inning of the opening game took a contest,helping her team to a close in five of her team's runs-five rbi's :1S
School sof- bad Bounce and slammed into her 4-2 win over the District of Columbia on ingle,two doubles and home run ,
Heights High
Keystone Michele Richardson face just below her left eye. Panthers with a double and a walk. In the emotional victory that a;4
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player and Michele collected in dethroned the defending.:national, .
finished a summer to remember Rushed to the hospital two singles I
when she led the Jacksonville Jr. treated,she then"shook off" the In- the fourth game as the Jr. Astros champ ".
third finish In tense pain and although she was Barnes, Mlsslppi 6-5. then The KHHS iefUielder finished an
Astro to a place
squad exploded
the United States Softball forced to sit out the second game of at the plate in the fifth con- outstanding and courageous performance r.
Association's National Slowpitch Championship the tourney (a 16-4 win over Brook test, the biggest of the tournament with a double an a sacrifice at
tournament held in Dearborne, Park Ilhnios that followed an 11-5 a thrilling 12-11 victory over defen- fly in the team's final game, a 6-9 .;
victory over Parker i City Indiana in ding National Champion Oklahoma loss to Coral Springs,'Florida. "'?
Michigan. Michele amazed onlookers (and \
the ) she rejoined the lineup y[;{
Michele came back from an opener See Page ltB u
Iq3 severe injury In the opening game to Bt
give one of the most outstanding individual
performances at her posi-
tion in left field among the more la
than 1,100 girls competing in the
tourney when she was named as one WALMARTi IhH
of the seven players to the Tournament
All-Star squad
Michele's parents, Dan and Bar ib3

'. -. ... bara Heights Richardson, were amazed of that Keystone she was lib a
Michele Richardson able to play in the tournament at all

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted :l:.; itsrJ\:: Bradford .- -- --. TABLES AND MUCII MORE. L913 RUDE OUTUOARDS&; Trolling motors ....WATERFRONT..... . 'I 't "
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Telegraph office In writing and paid in AMERICAN FAMILY HOMES. NEW I, VW, EXCELLENT RUNNING CONDI .in box-1989 1990 models-dealer invoice. GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS Of ROOM: LAKE HILLCREST, 3/2 198,0) mQbil.lif }- .w';
advance unles credit I Is already USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANG1 TION." 222L RAIIORD RD. LO-5PM. 100% financing available -OHM SALES- home, outside and In remod.l.d In cypress, CH8.A. corpet, range r.frlg.w.. .> .. ;
established with this office. PARK2720637. FRI&SAT. 1-800-544-28SO( 6 days, 8om' rm CST. hot tub shingle ,roof fireplace, concrete driveway aboveground pool', 1414 ot s f A-.

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 507 W. MADISON ST.- Clothing furniture FCAN 89442. decking screen porch storage building. All of thl. surrounded by a 6' chain s/ :+; ,
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1982 12X60 2 BR 4 bath ch/a.new car- household link 8 privacy f.nc. 8 75o o I. t
hems Saturday September 14 FOOT FIBERGLASS BOAT with 60 hp
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER call time 9644754mOSTVFOUND It best I 800' of pav.d winging
pet.7500.. any 16th.aU day. Evinrudc motor. Also trailer $500 Call COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at /. .. ..
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THI TELEPHONE. 964-5941. driveway to this superb 3500 sf home. The home has beautiful '.'
Classified deadline 'Is TUESDAY NOON ''' : AT STARKE VIDEO; : 421 W. Madison St carpet, vaulted ceiling, 4 levels of living space. Ig. foyer, eat-In kitchen with f
prior to Thursday publication. : (across from W/D) walcrhcdi. ceramics 14 IT MAl U BOA TIShp: Johnson motor. new built-in appliances, formal dining room, Ig. living 4 family room with! "
Classified display deadline' TUESDAY, cluthcs.bcddmg.lols! of milc. Ilium. $750.782-3510 fireplaces, 4 BRs, 3 Full Bath, 2V both. Inside utility ,room 3 sunbathing;
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display LOST DOG.BROWN FEMALE CHOW.los I Fri.SAt.SEPT.14.IS.16.. decks, 100 ft. on lake G.n.va. 2'/i Ac.. with sprinkler' system, Ig. cak*. *-.
placement Is NOT Guarant..d. in of cr 227 Sampson City Rd : A.' '
azaleas, dogwoods, camellias. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgtp."Asfyslnt
Minimum charge for classified ads I II Reward 964-6727 ALL SIZES CLOTIIES men Must see to appreciate! ,\" t' -
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15 word for $3.50 th.n 15 cent for LOST BULLDOG: WHITE WITH DARK and women, tools, tiller, alto children GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on wale and extending >, .* ,

will each word be added thereafter.to each$1 billing CHARGED charge right eye.brown on ears,long tail/reward clothes follow signs South 30l.right hybread to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres. 165000. Pioperty can b. divided Into two 100' liit, .,..:'. '
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classified ad. 964-8820 or 964-8293 LOST: $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
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SAT.9-6PM. FURNITURli TOOLS, house-
\llSlrRUCKS;. i NIMtSa, &':fS, hold items, other irmc. 412 Bridges StSTRiCKLAND Black 4 RAIFORD landscaped.LOVELY Owner HOMESITE financing.: 2$3500 BR 1 BA Dn frame$195/10 home Yrs.on 1.65 Acre$Cleared 17.000 "

1 +' RSi\UE.: / SEWING; MACHINE/ RE- GREAT FIRST HOME for young coup 1.-. 2 BR. 1 bo, carport porch.
1978 OLDSMOBILE CAR. 1973 FORD 3/4 AngusBrahmaCross S 26.000
PAIR also used machines $29 and up. NE 26th Av.
TON PICKUP,1981 Ford.6cy\.pickup.new Completely recondilioned.alIa homemade HWY. 301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR, 2 bo, CHSA, 1539..., 1.7 acre*. $ 40,000 lA'. .'
C-60 motor4981 Diesel Ford Truck 8 cyl and\.pickup 3 axle, new trailer.motor Call WHAT'S HAPPY SO JACK DIFFERENT 3-X FLEA ABOUT COLLAR Till? It quilts$10 and up. l Hwy 233&; 16(Morgan Heifer NW 65th AVE.t 3 bedroom, 1 both 5 acre Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshly. ,

9643089. Worksll Now available for cats too Gator Rd.) 964-8733. TFNClassified D'.aik'! in color 3S -400 Ibs. painted Inside. Owner soy*. 'Mak. an Offer! v' .
n Farm Supply, Ole Glory Feed AGoldkisL : ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 ba concrete block, window treatment,
IS IT TRUE JEEPS FOR $44 through the OWNER: 3 ceiling fan. CH8A stove, refrlg, OW, garage with door opener, antenna'
Government? Call for facts! 1-312-742- Ads Dolph E. RodrlLIhLlorgan with rotary, booster, wood floors, n.w Andersen windows, carpet, rase s

1142. exL609. : I Get Results! ; R.!. \\etl Srnrke garden lorg. patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker, and lory :e':
YARDSALES 964S33GAppraisals Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric:'
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED beautifully landscaped
VEHICLES from $100. Fords mercedes OFFICE CREDENZA.GOLF CLUBSnick BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3V BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foy.r, ..
Corvettes Chevys, Surplus buyers guide. nacks.vinyl goods furniture and much! LR, DR. kitchen wrefrlg, range/oven dishwasher, fan/hood: den laundry

1-602-838-8883 ext A 3493 more.1637. WestMadiison SL.Fnday only. Sales room and an office, CHSA enclosed carport (2 cars), utility hop, spacious
94pm.SATURDAY.
bock with light 7I,000
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1979 DODGE ASPEN STATION 9l:30PMCLOTHES ANDIIOUSEHOLDITEMSANDCIIILDREN I 1t""sJ5J Property Management CLEAN, CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR, 2 Ba. plenty of storage space, CH4A wood
WAGON..ulo, good condition,964-8522
heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other building, 2 acre, lot of tree,

1985 FORD MUSTAND LX.c.pl.pt..m/ 11@7GS.like Bmw nlee Rd.pajt VoTed,, garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 78,500 ..
fm.good condition, $3500.( ( call 964-4636 approx. 4 miles Jocks for signs. KEYSTONE: 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/lBa carpet cent heat window
air stove, refrig, DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38.000
:.t'O\II\ItRC.AtI'ROPRfV; ( : FRI.SAT.SUN.GIANT YARD SALE.FURNITURE BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors, 1185*.f.,5 acres $60.000
OF ALL SORTS kids clothes. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water IBR/lBa. '$ 90.000

FOR LEASE W/OPTION: 137-139 E Call dishe..etc.310 4 miles S.on 301, turn righton BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ 44.000 ,;.-,
SC35OO sq.ft. with loading front and rear. 227(Brooker road)last house on right 492' ON SANTA KE KlVl.tt[ HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill .
CIydeW.Sunpion,356-6549daysor781- log fenced yard. A nature lovers paraded! Large hardwood tress galore on this 8.66 acre Also 3 BR MH. 1 '/. ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. .

2078( nighu. lot In a restricted subdivision. Only 7 miles from 1-75, Alachua/l ligh ....COMMERCIAL.....
MULTI FAMILY. KITCHEN ITEMS, Springs exit. Owner will finance wu.i; 10% down O 10% for 10 years. V.
GLASSWARE, CLOTHES. HAND DESIGNED N. TEMPLE AVEl 1 Acre zoned Commercial. $125.QOO'
OFFICE SPACE. 500 ft for rent on Hwy
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301. Starke. Apply st Durrance Pump &" GUTTER SHIRTS.what not, NEED;; SOME SPACE? WOW I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEALI Carradines Lowt.". Approx. 600 qn .in:.
Supply,964-7061 TFN collecuble.. ,jewelry.dishes and 12x65 furnished mobile home secluded on 19.18 nt'l'es.OO: minutes Hwy 301. 10 acres of land 3300 ..f. tore and living quarter, payed*drlv.vlay'with : :
lots more to choose from.Rd 100-A,Griffis north of Gainesville I mile south of Worlhlnglon Springs. Beautiful ample parking. $149.500 *.'\J.
Church. has 5 cleared for animals! and the rest Is heavily "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE" CH4A bond ors ; ,
GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM KOA/ Loop. Just past Grace Baptist : properly acres garden COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL i
WAL MART. Hwy 301, 2000 sq ft,$600 Look for signs. From 9. pm.Fri and Sat wooded. Call for directions. Assumable! 1st r.o qualifying. dance floor, liquor license Included 2% acre on HOT corner. Hwy 1004 Hwy. y.i.

month, 964-8848 evening 473-3627 26. Separate living quarter Includ.d. Owner would finance with good downpayment .:
TFN WESTMORELAND TRAILER PARK SEP SEVERAL 1104 ACHE LOTS. $229,005 .
TEMBER 14th ,loamSpmSATURDAY,93PM These lots arc In Clover: /Vrcs lust no.-C. o.'V.'uido.! Perfect for Flea I Zone.3"
SUPER COMMERCIALI) Great two story building. Enterprise ; r
FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED ?.!.irlut lovers. Mobile homes O.K Sor.e Owner Hl1uncln Downtown Storke. Assum. Mtg. Reduced to$49,900 I;$.

1000 sq ft fail food location across fromKOAWal WEIGHT 4040 Newberry Road. Suite 950 NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE: 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished on. a.jt t

I Man,964-8848 evenings 473- BENCH.DRAPES.N1CB children. Gainesville. FL 32607 BR apartments fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and ,
3627 TFN clothes.misc. item., 1083 Bessent Rd. Good cash flow! $147.000 lJ';f
Bus. ((904)) 375-7039 Eves. (904 466-0245 cooling unit In each apartment. .
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RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' an Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 ..'. bldg.. ... .
STORE FOR RENT.1000 SQ FT,30LSOUTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 9-2pm Hwy Call for Detail. ,, '
pvd. pkg. Good business Opportunity. \,.
964-6784 TFN 18. 1 mile West on 301 Drapes clothes cy
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964-7681 ;J'
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i tables,chain rocker and recliner,dishes. 301 SOUTH: 193 It. U.S.301 frontage ... '.;, .'
lamp,trans, books,lots of.iee thine RENTAL ON CALL STREET ..
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Anne Terwillegar Nelson . . . . . .47 .7541 :.,
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I BY OWNER. Debra Connaughton. . . ? . . . ,'64' 833 .erYYe'

43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks .... $150.000 '
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I Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In .

Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up ft .!. t\i
d t Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontage Fin

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Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 :

e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or wlthput septic & well hookup f TREE AND STUMPY. : '. '

'. 200 Acres near Thcrcssa ... ................................$1.000 Acre ),"
Er: '. .. rn Building Lots In Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 p REMOVAL

Susan M. Faulkner. GRI.! CRB President 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500
Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6.500 Each Licensed Insured :
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e 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65,000 t, ..

New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease '1"

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55,000 964-9300 "" '1.t"'


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Mork tploc..*140-89 4/48-99. .
RAIFORD AREAS Owner financing on horn with 'A acr.. $23.000.11340'9. 964-6881 ..'
*BEAUTIFUL HOME Hampton Oak, aver 1.25 acres, ov.r 2000 *.f. Own.r' will Instant Financing .' No Points e Reasonable Interest Rates e Accelerated Realty ., / a .
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*LARGE HOME IN CtTVi Beautifully landcop yard. Flr.plac., all appllanc.. In- ';

duddJ*1-4 ACHE 122-89.lOni OWNER FINANCING. Low Down Payment. S.ptlc Tank Inc. F A iw1Fiit 964-4544 ."


"DALIWOOD 01-19. SUBDIVISION Brick horn. 3 BR, 2 BA Assum. Mtg. 9389. : cr Hwy. 301 S. .,I

*UASE-PURCHASIi BR Horn. In the 30'*. Fenced Yard. 196-89. Iiri'i96M522 Starke FL
AWOOD10 MJILDINO LOTS IN CITYl 82.800.ach. 92-89.. tout aessIN REALTO ..:
DOUMJ WIDE I HOUSE On 2 Acres In city. 73-89..

*PRICE JUST REDUCED. on this 30 Ac. farm with Ig. 4 BR brick ham.. 9989.. STARK? Your Full Service Real Estate Office 'HomesLot /AcreageWatcrfront
+HIGH. DRY 3 Ac.. with nlc. 3BR, 2. BA fenced cross fenced Ig. 2-story > a
bom J 143-89. s 'FarmsCommerclal
*BESSENT ROAD:3 BR,3 BA White Birch. Approx. 2400 sq. ft.on 1 1/4 Ac. 13989. : I i.i: .... 1l t, ':.,tP
*PAST HOSPITAL Nlc. Building on 3/4 Acr.. 131-89.. : -; '
*I ACHE ON SOUTH SIDE OP CROSBY lAKE: i28-89. f ltoaBROKERS SPECIAL Near Hampton 4 Acre with Well Septic Tundra "..
.LAWOV.Beoutiful brick home an 9 Ac. Must ee to appreciate.: '13088. And Power Pale.12.000 Cash er Terms.
BEAUTFUL *4nM MOBILE HOME! On 1.63 Ac. Assum. Mtg.. 126-19 S

COlFVISWl Only 2 lots Left.f 125-89. HAMPTON LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame CM&A. 2184 SF.-37. ."sF" k*
fSTABUSHED BUSINESS In Stark.. Call for detail 121-89.. SPECIAL Workshop. ,1 .

*S-STORYi 5 BR. 2 BA on large lot. $51.000. 1111-19. BEST AREA> Brick SIR, 2BA, CH4A, Over 1400 SF,New Roof, New Point Inside 4 A SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/28A Norwegian Brick Family Room/CraA' .r lon -";; H?|I '
AVIRSATILE PROPERTYtB 1/2 Ac, 2 house., 1 apartment several large Out. Water. -

warehouse building.. Priced to sell. 182-89. Now Only S,.,000 Will Consider Leose-Purchose. NEW HOME 4BR/2BA Brick. CH A. 10x12( Sun.Dec >.W.II. Septic. :
*RAIFO Di Nlc. house, approx. 2.000 sq. ft. on 1 Ac. Call to view SHADE TREES 3BR/2BA Brick CH IA. 2946 XOoroge. onT? AFnss.: lf:.
Property)106-89. over 5000 *.f. FRONTAGE ON HWY 100 .3BR/2BA Cut Brick>cttiA. Room(01* Nor.id.I1S t.
*STARKE HISTORIC AREAl Renovated 6BR 3Vi BA, 6 fireplace ,
*BUILDING LOT IN LAWTEVi Beautiful! 100x200. Can be used for MH. A Meal ot and 135000. Ac" ". <- "I';
".000. 191I19..COINU more. CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two Story'AC Unit. IJci "tffCI',W( W M : y::,
*NEAT 4 CLEANs good neighborhood' 3/1'74, CHSA 49900. ,, ., y )J.'J- !
LOT IN CITYl 75x220. May be divided Into 2 building lot of 75x110. *HIGHWAY 14 WEST 4/2'/i. CH4A. 1496 ..f. on 1 ac,.. 55000. SptiC. ati, J 1f.? .;f.
Owner onxlou Excellent Buy at $12.50011102-119. *INCOME PROPERTY 4/2 Home, plus 8 room Day Care Facility. a HWY 14 E 3BR/2BA Doublewlde. CHtA Workshop, Fish Pood., Wti U 4 SeoHtie. : >I.
BUILD YOU DREAM HOUSEs on this high and dry lot. 292x200. Can be divided *FENCED YARD all appliances, convenient location 3/1 %. Only 35000. vst V7 ', ),, i. .t

Into 2 parcels 14ox200. A great buy ot $19.000. All this and Owner Financing. *IN BROOKERi Frame Home. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing. SOAR"tfcMiI ALL "OUfa\'BR/I8A'' A-Frome, !'al.lam.. Toof S/t../" .. 1\0', W 'Ih", lr i'-; .I; .y- ,
taol"919..J" 2000 .f. In the on 2.78 acre +
*REDUCED Brick CH4A over country .
i 1 BA NEAR TOWN large corner lot. Fully fenced. patio w/bultf In BBQ. OWNER FINANCING 2 story frame, 4/2 CHSA on 4.64 acres, $55,000. CHURCH STREET 3BR(28A CB. CHeA, Family Room 214B S't.,, '( '
laundry area and FR. Only asking 136.900 12489.. FRAME with cedar siding 4/1. rge 4 ref. on 10 acre 52000. CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB 4 Fram. CH4A. 1536 SF. C<<'.r tqt' l.t&:4:
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AHAUTWUt LANDSCAPED 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA brick horn. Lg. oak tree*. Backyardotto. EPPERSON STREET 4 BR 1900 *.f. home. No sign on property: call for Info. a CHURCH STREET,.Two, Story Apartment Bldg. 2BR/IBA ea Apr. 91. H.gsi a ,:t
In town. Priced for Quick Sale. #138-89. HIGHWAY :301 -V300 ft. frontage, 2 Mobil. Homes I Contm.dalBIdea _

*LARGE CORNER LOTS 270>r243. In Country dub Estate. Asking $12.500 with 37500.*PINEBRESZE S/Di well kept brick' 3/1'74, CH4A. nice lot, $39,000. a RIVER BEND ESTATES. 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Hom.. CHIA 2 Acres: :1.' )'.

wner financing. 134-84.. FRAME 3/1 on 3 acres, 38x30 pal. barn fruit tree, and mo,.. 52000. CTY HWY 21S 4.8 Acres. 38R/28A MH, Central Heat A. 3Jpka/41 4d ':::;1:1.;,1 "
*t ACRE LOT IN TOWNi W.II and septlcc nlc. tree.I *57-8. p Road. r *: it ?
CEDAR HOME on 1 acre, CH4A, range 4 refr., 38000. '. .gip. !
*DUPUX 2 Rental Unite, good Income on Center St. ffOo-eY. *THREE ECONOMY HOMES ranging from $16.000 to $24.000. a y, .j\.
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*9 ACBBiRlvor Bend Area In Graham. 10500. Owner Financing. It9.. *FARM HOUSE CH4A on 28 acres, 2 barns, pecan grove, 87000. SELECTED PROPERTIES ; ....-- ,,.;" <\.
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OSM-OftOUND POOU On a beautiful acr. with nlc. 3 11/2'" how*.. ,/IJ7-. .,. *BRICK 4 BR. 2Vt Bo CH4A. FP. Rnge 4 Refrl.. DW over 5 acre p WAIDO Nice Shady Bldg or Mobile Home Lot 100x200 ft" ... :1 ',
*COUNTRY CLUB Beautiful) executive horn over 1800 eq. ft-W-W. *IN STARKEi Close to hasp., CB 3/1 CH4A. Big Rooms! $38,500. a HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water 4 Sewooe.. Owner. Flnanclna,( *.'':: F" *
.MTAUi 2 BR Home. Water St. $275Mo.ft LAKE COTTAGE on clear, land-bottom lake, 17 mile from Starke. 44900. p HOME BIDO LOTS Shady Oak. S/D BrookeV ,- : f"r .' .
I M Apt. Duplex Center St. $200/Mo., 'LARGE LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage, ultable to store motor home. FOUR 8-ACRE TRACTS Brooks Owner Financing. l: h- '.,.
with m.tal bldg. 4 mobile home. a THREE 2.ACII RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooks Owns Fln.ncI4' '
COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 acres plus '
. 6 ACRES Well SepticI Pow.r Pol. : } IP.
s -'-- *WELL 4 SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 ocr.s, coned for MH. (REDUCED to $11,000)). '
*BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick 4 cedar farm home. "/2'/ 72 acre. 6 ACRES -. 'rontoll. Oft Hwy 100w CIty Wets j.$.we8.. y
Call One of Our Professionally g ACRES Hwy 301 South. .
*LAWTEY AREA nlc. home, CH&A. an 1 acre, quiet and peac.ful. (REDUCED) r
*LAKE LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful high 4 dry lot, arras finest homes.Callus ,9.8 ACRES ',ont.lI. en New River. W.II 4 Septic, sg ,i
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FOR RENT HOMES FOR SALE CARS-TRUCKS NOTICE
;LAND: 'FORSAliEr! 'J '(FOR'SAUer ". ,' \ MOTORCYCLES _
COMMERCIAL SPACI available In ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
100 ACRES: six room house and bam.Owner Keystone Heights. 2 locotlons:: 700 *q. garage with 2 acres, $29,500 OBO, or 2 ATTINTION-Governmenl seized milted to the Lake Region Monitor of.
will. finance S2000/acre.call NOW IN STOCK.FULLER TOOLSjwc. ft. 8 1000 ft. traffic and visibility and In advance
964-7771 or electrical A sq. High lakeside homes 4 acres $55.500 OBO. vehicles from $100.1 Fords, Mercedes, lice In writing paid
964-4S37 1'FNRALPIi plumbing supplies.nailsfaucetstoilcte In both locations 473-3193 or Keystone Heights area. 1.659.2779 unless credit Is already establishedwith
Corvettes.
Chevys Surplus BuyersGuide.
S49sinks $39 .
473-7683 leave message. 7/6 tfnchg 7/20 tfnchg this office.MONITOR .
BRYAN REALTY, 964- Stephen Smith Lumber A Builders Sup MOBILE HOME 2 8 3 bedroom partially FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury GOVERNMENT 1-602-B38-8B85Ext.A14027.SEIZED VEHICLES-From STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
8878LAND-2 1/2 acre up with well A.eptlc. ply. 7 miles South of Slarite on 301,468- furnished $135 a month & up. 473-7566 condo. Garage, screened porch $100.' Chevys Lincolns. Corvettes RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
EZ owner financing. North of 2624 M-F. 8-S:30pm Sat. 8:303:30pm or 473-7810. 17 tpd 6/8.9/28 overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor Pick-ups. Jeeps. For Buyers Guide Coll CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Lawtcy or South of lampion R ALl'l I ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency weekends. 7/27 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE.
FELT IS* or 30#, $&99. Stephen Smith 1518459.3535 Ext.J 3339A 3lpd831S.pl -
BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 TIN ; 7 laundry and dock facilities. $275 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME-with 165 ft. on Classified deadline Is 1 1 ::00 a.m Tuesday .
miles South
Lumber and Builden Supply, 7.14
per month.plus deposit. 4732919. lake Geneva lovely treees, 3000 sq.ft. 174 prior to Thursday publication
CHEVY
468-2624 WAGON-350 ,
of Starke 301
engine
LAWTliY ACREAGE: with road frontage. on 7/6tfnchg Retiring owner must sell. Assumable Minimum charge is$3.50 for 15 words,
S400.0O. Coll 473-1084 for Informotion.
Call for details. MATHEWS REALLY" > BARGAINS.BARGAINS.BARGAIMSIIGiant I IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE-21 N. mortgage 149500. 2tch9714. then 15 cents for each additional word.
964-4469. l'FN across street from Hardees, 12X32', 473-4375.3tpd/8-24-31-9. Moiling address: P.O. Box 1171,
close oul sale, mobile hones 1ti CHRYSLER LASERBIue. 2-door,
must $275 adjoining 20'X32'. $350. 4734375. ATTENTIONGovernment homes from $I. Keystone Hts.. Fl 32656
Aiuppliei.Everything 30,000 mlles.PS.PBAT.AM/FM
BUILDING LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD. bulduig.parls
cleared and mostly cleared levelled go.Sal. Sept 23, 9-5pm, Sun, Sept 24.1- 7/13tfnchg U-repalr. Delinquent tax property StereoACCruise, Tilt, louvers, bra.
and 30FOOT CAMPER Single preferred. AC Repossessions. 1-602-838-8885 Ext.
5pm. Located: Olin Homes Center Hwy Orlg. worronty. Good FURNITUREKING.SIZI
landscaped,call 964-6300 .
TFN full bath everylhlng furnished GH14027.
regrlgerator 3IpdS.2".317REDUCED
100 Welt Starke condition. ,$5700.00. Coll ((904)7312505.ltchg914. ) .
except cooking gas. With coble. BY OWNER,. Golf Course .
9 ACRE TRACT: 4 acres of mature 5 MUSICAL AS LOW AS BED-Mattress. boxsprlngs.
pines INSTRUMENTS.
$200 p.r month $50 deposit. 4732667. Exp., 2BR/IB-del garage 12x24 scr. 1965 Chevy Truck CSO-Runs good. Set
acres of improved! dr.i.nedp"'pcny.pecanurea : $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964-6946. 4tchg9/l4-10/5 room w/spo. 4730724.. 2tpd/9-7-14. up and frame. Mattress pad and one set of
for pulpwood. $1250.00 or best offer.473.7046.2tchg9.14.21 .
,fruit trees,mobile home, well, TO sheets. Good condition 12500.
sep NEW MR. 2BA ON LAKE-S450. FOR SALE OR LEASE WITH OPTION
tic. Great building site for small NEWSPAPER PLATES-aluminum.Mcasures 4751048. 2tch g/9.14.21
ranch. mo. No children. Call 481-3722 or BUY-By owner. 3BR/2BA, CH/A walkIng
Located 1 mile from Starke Golf Course. 24x36 inchci,$.SO each. Great for patching 684.6969.2tch9/7.14 distance to schools/shopping. One SOFA .LEEp With matching loveseat.

$34.900. 964- 602 after 6 pm. and repairs. TELEGRAPH. 133 W. Mobllehome on Lake-Cowpen Lake So. acre-toned agriculture-No City Taxes) YARD SALES Stripes-blue, mauve, beige. Excellent

1 Call Si. Starke of Metros., 2BR fur., CH/A. Lg,kitchen. Large covered deckabovegroundpool. condition. $300.00. 479-3162.
U S.r: TE.. ; Dock 475-2427. 2tch/9-7-14 4"well.. Out buildings. Many extras ltchg/9-14
AUCIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthur HONEYMOON ON LAKE 2BR/2B MM. Assumable Excellent SATURDAY. 9-TIL.533 S. Lawrence Blvd. DINETTE SET-Attractlve. Brass, wood and

:()U t.. f\RSX,. : Gaskins. 782-3140 Reasonable.473-4186.Patio boot swim fish near- Keystone.. condition. 39500.. mortgage.Call "737620.2Ifnchg9.14. Items(behind, clothes house,)books. Furniture, etc,ltpd/9-14 household 473-4068.gloss. 9-plece ltpd/9-14, real bargain. New.

I IIANDII I hOUSE PORTABLE buildings,storage 3tchg9l428.COTTAGE LARGE STORAGE UNIT-Filled to the cell
ON WHITE SANDS-lake. 1 ACRE LOT W/MH-28XJ2-Deck 16X24.Attached
NORTH CAROUNAMOUNTAINS.3BED- buildings, garages, greenhouses. NO utilities gazebo 18x18 CH/A ing. Cheap prices. Minl-storoge no. 3 HELP WANTED
,
Efflel.ncy.$225/mo..lnclud. at SR26 and 21 In Melrose.
ROOM. L BATH FURNISHED OLDER DOWN PAYMENT. 301 South.964- turn.screened and washer dryer dishwasher $59,500. Saturday
porch carpet car
HOME. FANTASTIC VIEWS OF 8848 TFN 4732667. September 16, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
port. 473-2909 or 721.54..7LAKEF.ONT 4tchg914105FOR ATTINDANT
GREAT SMOKEY ltchg/9-14 1..IDI.Thur.doy.Sunday
NATIONAL PARK.
$25,000 (R-L). GARDEN REALTY MARY'S VARIETY SIIOP: Sales, wicker, BRICK HOME ON LAKE 4 FAMILV-Furniture, clothes, household morning. Must be patient responsiblewith
ROBBINSVILLnjJC. 28771. 1-800-344- used furniture appliances TV', microwaves OENEVA-3BR/1BA ranch CHI CA. Items, and much more. 6574 Woodland good references. McRoe Retire
0837. FCAN 89441. VCR's. .You name it, I carry Itl. screened porch op.n patio with SALE Drive. Watch for signs. Saturday Sept. ment. 4732881. 2tcha9714.CHOIR .
Alwas looking for such itcmi. Stop in if lok.vi.wfenced yard. 1-car garage, 16 9-6. 1tchg/9/U DIRECTOR NEEDED-at Keystone
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST:wooded lots you wish to something.304 E.Call SL, quiet cul-de-sac with common park BED/COUCH-for Van. S50. 4751616. YARD SALE-West 100 to 21 B. Friday and United Methodist Church. Immediate
river access.S5450 each.Nomoncy down. 964-3250. Evenings call 964-5813. Don't beautiful landscaping, 1 mile from ltpd/9-14. Saturday-9 to 5. ltpd/9-14 opening for all present and future
$63.41 month. Owner. 1-236-4579 or I- call after 9pm. TFN schools (Clay/shopplng) newly LOT AND MORE.1., Acre. Power well Garage Sale-Friday 92. Sat. 9.3, lots of choirs. Salary based on experience.Coll .
622-2431 TFN redecorated. $550 month. Available septic, out-buildings, landscaping. nice thlngs-3 families 320 Grove 473-3829 for further Information.
12X21 CARPORT 5790 NO DOWN PAYMENT now. Call Gloria Redlearn Cenlury-21: Central location with lake access. Street ltpd/9/7. 3tchg/9-1428PARTTIME
lands! House portable buildings 473-4903, G'vllle ...475-2329 OR AI Raymond 1350000. Four elec. beds, A, CB's Yard Salel/4 mile South of City Beach on SEC.ET A.Y.lmm.dloto openIng -
'WANTEDWANTTOBUYARTIFICIALCHRISTMAS I Iwy 301 South Slarke, 964-8848 TFN : 473-3848 (Iv.mess.). ltpd/9-14.. and more ltchg/9-14 21. Plants 25 c.nllio $500. 15 yrs. of for-part-time secretary ((20 hours
KENMORE HEAVY DUTY-Dryer. Excellent Iunk.l Itchg/9-7. per week), Monday Friday 9:00: a.m
", Cond. Used only a few months. Make Garage Sale-6430 Baker Road. to 1:00 p.m. Necessary skills Include
iFORREMir: ;
... PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING offer. 473.0040. ltpd/9-14. Household goods, plants and furniture typing filing word processing, and
TREES.964-5629 after 6pm BARREIS-SO Gal. hardwood barrels. Excellent and lots more. Friday and Saturday. data entry. Salary $9,90 per hour. Coll
TWO BEDROOM I b.thchduple.. in MACHINES NOT WORKING' condition $49.95 each. 1tpd/9-7. 473-3829 for further Information.

town, unfurnished near schools$300 Don't panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. 4731068. ltpd914.BARGAINS.BAROAINS.BAROAINSII. 3tchg/9-14-28
Used machines $50
FORSAIiEFOR monlh.$150 deposit call 964-2230. Work guaranteed.
and up. 7/20 tfnchg I ANIMALS WANTED: WAITRESS: full time Buddy's
TWO BF.DROOM.TWO BATH MOBILE SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines Giant close out sale mobile homes bedding Restaurant 418-2080
SALHJRESH GROUND GRITS AND HOME on half acre lotfumishcd or unfur- relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford pans & supplies. Everything must ROTTWEILLER PUPS-Beautlful. 12 weeks
CORN MEAL-JJO per pound.call 904- Tanks, Starke. 964-8121. Sun. 24,1- old. All shots and wormed.
nishcdS210 per monih, lOO deposit call Septic go. Sat. Sept 23, 9-Spm. ScpL AKC papers WANTED; SOMEONE TO KEEP INFANT
259-3901. 964-8704. 7/6tlnchg 5pm. located Olin Homes Center Hwy pending Mother on premises. $200. In home
Man-Fri.
my Keystone IlLa. call
word 4732616. .
SECRETARIAL SERVICE-typIng processing 100 WElt Siarlce ltchg914.Ukion
HEWLETT PACKARD HP ISC YAMAHA 964.79SS or 473-1981
editing
3 BEDROOMEATINKITCHENch/a.carpct, resumes reports .
FLUTE.7x50 Bushnell binocularsjargetable inside uulities375 month plus deposil.1 pickup and delivery available. Stef
lamp, 475-1435 anytime. "75-638 61chgBI I 0-91 I'"
lease. Directions 4 miles north of
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year ;

DODGE TOP TRADEM CONVERTED R.V..carpetedIhroughout.rafrig.shower.sinlE 111011 Slarke end.nght on follow 301 to signs.NE 1-778-0314.SOih, right dead DOORS HOUSE Leveling DRAGGING OUT Service OF for FLOORS LEVEL'-Coll all your SAGGING'foundation LaRue REWARDLOST r C anty Ads ]


,.captainsswivel repairs. Keystone, 4737721. 7/9TFN DIAMOND RING-on
chairs.radio$6200easy terms.call LARGE BEDROOM.2BATHHOUSE.LakaButler Sunday _. .. ...... ..
EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE-ln Keystone, -- -_-- -
September 10, NlghtlngalebetweenPeach
9645941. ,$250 month,$150 dcposilcall 964-
trained In Infant CPR. and Highway 21 N. Please call
5634.
HOMES FOR SALE
.73.2577.2Ichg/9-7.1" REAL ESTATE
473-2646. ltchg/9-14
HOTPOINT 30 ELECTRIC RANG .S7S,, CLEANING-Let the Ole Maids
HOUSE
WORLDWIDE SELECTION OF VACATION
964-7581.AFTER 8PM.
PROPERTIES. Receive $2 on all Clean your house for you. Call Elaine at 5 to 30 ACRES with large concrete barns. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four

Call Resorts Resale today. 1- Also, new doublewlde on Iocr. or 3 both In the Swim
HOLLAND HAY RAKE: Model 56, $300, inquiries 97.28.PAINTINGINTERIOREXTERIOR. R. V. DURRANCE bedroom country
782-3510 800.826-7844 NATL, 1-800-826-1847 in larger In country, Call 496-3939, days, mlng pool and satellite. Large oak
..,or 1-305-771-6296. FLAN 89-438 Reasonoble rates.475-2474, call after 5 I PUMP & SUPPLY 454-1595, evenings tfn/chg. 6/22. 119500. Call 4963939. days and
2tchg/9-7-2B DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 ACRE custom built 2
SEVERAL ITEMS: 3 LARGE Walker p.m. 454-1595. evenings tfn/chg 6/22
dogs.$20each,4WalkerpuppieiS10eachFlectside DOUBLEWIDE BR,2 BATH IN EXCEL- DEPENDABLE CLEANING-Home or Office. Well bedroom. Fenced with large oaks.
473-4012, Shirley Drilling
Call Nonl
available. Must sell.
Owner financing
truck topper insulated and pan. LENT LOCATION ON LARGE LOT. FOR RENT
fcs* sled $100. garden tractor disc, 3 poinl CALL 964-7610 or 964-8704. 4733437. ltchq/9/14 Rotary 2" to 6" ,I Call 496-3939 days. "454-1595 evenIngs -
+ hitch$15,1823040ltRESH DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG- tfn/hg. 629.
LARCH 14X60,':2 BR'MOBILE HOME in*. mor-HousE OUTMOp. LIVEI' Call :PuiriljsAll LGotEINMENTHOMESfrom '$1 "'(U OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street,
r
CHANNEL CATFISH: DRESSED good location, furnished or unfurnished. LaRue Leveling Service for all your repair). Delinquent tax property. $100.00 month. Call 496-2261.
AND DELIVERED LOCALLY $2.00 Call 9648704. $250 per month, $100 foundation repairs. Keystone, Sizes Repossessions. Call 8056876000. Ext. FOR RENT 1/3 acre prime commercial
PER POUND.BUCKSCATFISII FARM, deposit. 4737721. 79TFGod's GH-1136 for current repo list. 8/24 property 625 W. Main. I deal for most
964-4752. LEAVE MESSAGE Slpd. 1012.BEAUTIFUL email enterprises. Utilities available.
FOR LEASE:NICE LARGE CB HOMB.ch/a { 19 ACRESon paved road In $150.00 monthly. $190000 one year
ARCHERY SEASON OPENS SEPTEMBER with fenced yard, 3 BR 11/2/ bath, S450 [ Mirack\ Union County timber large oaks lease. 9046513066. 4tpd) 8/31 thru
23Find all your target archery and month plus security deposit. References \ Call today Gale Bartlett, Daniel 9/21.
bowhunting equipment in our new archery required. Thornton and Assoclates,964- Crapps Agency. Inc. 4962776. FOR RENT 1987 FLEETWOOD. 2 bed, 1
pro shop. Indoor shooting lanes. 4223MOBILE EXCEPTIONAL VALUEMobllehome an 1 bath A/C. very nice Near Schools In
Brasuigun's" Trail Shop.2331 NW 13 We Buy and Sell Good h acre, wooden fence, satellite dish, town. No pets. Partially furnished.
".(Hwy 441NG.inClviJIe800ZSI40734.PC.UVINO HOME.CALL 964-8614 OR 964- horse barn, carport and morel Call 4963760.
3768MOBILE Used Baby Things Gale at 496-2776 Daniel Crapps Agency FOR RENTMobllehome. abed, A/C .

ROOM SET.good condition 1 Inc. 2tchg. 914,921.PERSONAL $190.00 permonth security deposit
J275;2 wooden tamps S3 each,2 bal IIOME.2 BR. call after 5pm,964- Cribs Strollers $100.00. Sid's MH Park Office 4963715.

stools $5 each,nicro wave cart$25. Call 8218. High Chain a Swings Visit Showroom SERVICES 9/14.

'473-.S76 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT. V4 miles Walkers Play Pens For Your Plumbing Parts NOTICE I'I'ttpd.

OLIVER 1450 DIESEL TRACTOR.6 fl South of Starke on 301. Private clean no 480 Lawrence Blvd. LET Ml CLEAN YOUR HOUSEIn Starke
mower.8 ft blade$1000,call 782-371 pets, 964-5687. 964-7061 and lake Butler Area. Reasonablerates
Keystone Heights and I have excellent references. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

BUNK BEDS W/CLOSET.CHEST OF drawers FRESHLY PAINTED: SMALL APARTMENT (Next to Keystone Kutters) 864) N. Temple Ave.. StarlteEvoa Call Kim anytime at 496-2387, to the Union County Times office I
bookcase all in Lawtey, 5180,782-3949
and ( tole"'er.BeileJoovcIcat ) In writing and paid In advance
w/large, pillows. All in excellent Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-S p.m. & Weekends: unless' credit Is already establishedwith
condition. 964-6941 or 964-6395 MOBILE HOMES IN PINES 473-7140 Evee. POi-7578 HELP WANTEDBE this office. I
unfumiihed.itove.rcfrig, and air on private THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD t
FULLSEEFORDPICKUPTRUCKPARTS, driveclean no roaches$200: I ON TV many needed for commer RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN i
C-6rcar end,eta 964-7545 or 9648569OVER'NOUTIINEVERHADAKITCHEN momh.fim and last, 964-6918 cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER.

TRAILER IN COUNTRY 2 BR,2 bath,newly Into. Call (6157797111.) ext. 7.946.9/7 THI TELEPHONE.
9
FiTtHA APPROVED LOTS 4tpd. 9/28 Classified deadline Is MONDAY
grease fin?Never will? Can you be sure? remodeled no pels, 1 child maximum, P.M., prior to Thursday publication.. ,
The new OVER'N'OUT. a decorative $245 plus deposit 964-6714 Minimum charge wards for $3.50
kitchen wall hanging Is now on display in KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES: MOBILE HOMES then 15 cents for each word thereafter,
Rd. It FURNISIIED APARTMENT 3 ROOMS:.!
our store windows at 417D Edwards FOR SALE
'can put out that dreaded grease r..... Several bath. $175. no pets,964-2796 High Dry and Wooded. No Mounds. Also

Convenient designs evening are on continuous hours. M-F.6-9pm display., LOW DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES kitchenettes Two One-Acre Lots. You may qualify for a low 1990 14'xSO>2 b.d. 1 both. $6995.00 FOB YARD SALE

SIlL 9-2 p.n.Manufactured in Starke by the room available,mobile 782-3332 home parking ,payment FrnHA loan on a new brick home. $350.00 down payment,
for also call
Six-S Corporation, space rent $97.00/month. Call 7555114. Circle B FAMILY YARD SALESaturday at Wilma
Homes. Lake City FL. 4tchg 9/7 thru Allen's .' behind Farm Bureau at the
nearshopping.
2 BEDROOM BATH house in town,
YAMAHA CLARTNETpurdiaied! 6/89.$225. 9/28. yellow block house. Jeane shirts and
call 964-4636 aA J YRTNAY A'tf.Q N-'C.
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call 964-804 .fj : I BANK REPOS 1985 and up. $500.00 down shoes all slies. Miscellaneous Items
TRAILER month on 14'. wades, $1000.00 down on and many ethers. '
BEDROOM $200
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT from drugstore 3 964-8255 per plusdeposit. at the Golf Course a Keystone Heights 473-7060 I doublewides. Bad credit or no credit. MOVING SALEAII business and personal
complete set up for snack bar or You can buy. Call 755-9114., Circle B Items must be sold. Reasonable.

restaurant with u-shaped counter and HOUSE AND ROOMS FOR MOTHERS Homes Lake City FL.,4tchg. 9/7 thru 496-3715 evenings Itpd. 9/14
stools $2500. Fluorescent and incandescent :: '; 9/28.
,
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CHILDREN housekeeper wanted, call '' <'
light bulbs up to 1500 watt Plumbing 964-9612 '-s1:1: ",17'OR'tS; C >t E t .. ',' (CIRCLE B HOMES) I I. your factory outlet MISCELLANEOUSUPICK
electrical and various building supplies, I for Clayton homes. Built In lake City
doors file cabinets and a whole lot more, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT.stove/re- 'Fill;:Dire:, Top=;Soil .. Sold In Lake City, Come see where
964-5184.RICKS SALVAGE. frig..nopeu.$50 per week.Call 964-8498 .. ir. :" --" ;.N : '''. ,; your money It going. Call 7555114. GRAPES at Martins Fruit Farm In
., Lake FL. SAVE! for the ,
<, Circle B Homes City Ft. White la picked out year
6HPROTO HOB REAR TINE TILLER.used FARM HOUSED BR large yard close to i ,X.argeoz nallLo, s"Cf? LimerockIfyriractorWork SAVE SAVE 4fchg. 9/7 thru 9/28. Thanks for the business See yo'next
lea than 20 hours$430.Savsge 30.06,3.9 downtown Surke, 468-2374 ''Bulldozer year. 9/14. Itchg.
-Backhoe .
scope $300 fired S times. 2221 Raiford : *"
More... a CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION
Rd.,10-5pm.FrlASat it FOR SALE OR RENT
\t",, 964=6182'. .' '.9 64-6095' _
FoRD2000 TRACTOR.powcr.lCCr- For Rent. ,, !' 964-5823". ..- GOVERNMENT SEIZED
iegn. ..- .oo .s4000.473-4148 ,VEHICLES from $100.00.. Fords 11T X n MOBILEHOME 2 bedroom. CHAon
J Mercedes Corvettes, Chevys Surplus 1 acre land. New 4" well. Located

. .' Buyers Guide. 1-603-838-8885 ext. en 121 between Roiford and 'lake
__ .. A9127. 3tpd. 8/31.9/7. 9/14. Butler. 2tchg 9/7. 9/14..
A heat HERI1AGE'-VrLLAS"1 GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES From !.' x 70 DOUBLEWIDI bedroom CH/A
puron. $100.00 Chevys. Lincolns. Corvettes. en 2 acres land In Raiford. For mare Info .
. I.rl0Q : I IApphcaUon9 Pick-ups. Jeeps. For Buyers Guide Call on SW or DW cell 431-1714 after'5

for Imln late ocuyy.JnC1rare being acc ptati 1-918-459-3535. EXT. J3339D. 3tpd. pm. 2tchg 9/7, 9/14.

: yone\Vil .reeli' [:WamtnlYon on 1 & Z apartn'1'1t8., Monthly 1yments from $220 Teas 8/31. 9/7, 9/14. "

uU1Jtles. Handicapped units i arc 31w available. H\t\ta1 I FOR SALE

Information and applications are available: at the Rental.

; CO 1f&rlable a lJ!: : Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke .. FOR and SALIrefrlaerator.dryer. Also oppllor.eerepair, 'stove. washer, *.

Cell 4962090. 2tchg 9/14.
tit 1 hR. ; CaUO'M.6216' .. Ll ing Porn SALI1/4 caret dlanendsent engage
Valued et (479.00. will tale
t' : Mbn.i-FiL O-5."O p.m. JL:T B Opportunity ring.
Down '
No Pavcfient ell
Have purchase
-,""-:,, for $329.00. paper.
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t Buy the TVwis XL 1200 S after 9.00p.m.: Stpd. t/31, 9/14. ,
. IUW, s' k's bourf lo provide a Yxa hatini se nf ol ,I : : GRAND pnx RADIAL TIRU4 275/60

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amhhprwahr and cad.ptus ysm on Iw ; I 964-8S4&
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JOB OPENINGS:Sunihuie Industries hal ANYONE CAN APPLYI! Guaranteed Vs/
received funding for new progranti Mid ii RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.1171 MC,US charge Even with bad credit-No Thomas Porr Completes
looking for employee who want to make BEST BUYS 3/1 from., CHSA, In town. one refused.CaU213-92-9906ext.U4424.lOWN Recruit
a difference. We provide excellent salary $26,000. Navy TrainingNavy
,.. .,.,.. .. ;' and benefili POSITIONS ARE: REDUCED $2.SOO 3 BR, 2 bo, on SR 230. YOUR OWN BUSINESSII!! AH top Seaman Thomas M. Porr, ,
;'- "FOR'REN.I I .':. I i: IHEIiRWAMTEDEASY 'J JOB COACH:To provide on the job training Living/dining room, family room with quality. The latest up to date clothing son of Sheran P. Flowers of Brooker, '
to handicapped adults working in fireplace, garage and! complete shoes available. Full figure muses,junior has completed recruit training at
HOME LOTS WITH CITY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Aa- various jobs in the community.Applicant: satellite system $59,500. -, & children. Includes fixtures, inventory Recruit Training Command in San
WATTR.SEWrR.CABLETV.964-7498 lemble product at home. Call for information Desire highly motivated, quick learner 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA, .&; training. $14.900 to $29,900. Fi- Diego.
TFN 504.641-8003( ExL9579. with ability to train menially handicapped enclosed patio, on 1 acre, close to nancing available.GB 956-0695.The) Porr joined the Navy in May, 1989.
adults in job skills College and human town. Fashion Image. FCAN 89444. During Porr's eight-week training
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY "ATTI:NITON: EARN MONEY READING RALPH BRYAN REALTY, */64.1871
lervlce experience and/or 2 in vocational he studied general military
yean cycle,
WATER SEWI.R.CABI TV 2 BR. 1 BOOKS! $32.XX/year income potential '
HAT!!, 964-7498 TTN Details I 602-838,8885,ext. Bk 12688. preferred.,developmental Salary services S550-J640 or industry Bi '( '.RV: S\<OA'M:\ PBRS: ,! further subjects designed academic to anon-the-job
RENTAL IIOUB IN STARKE for Sale 2 BR.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for CRUISE SIIII'S. IIIRINQ MEN-WOMEN! weeklybased on 1 bath, full basement, two stock block UTOPIA MOTOR HOME:Excellent training in one of the Navy's 85 basic
VOCATIONAL
rent Close to prison.Call 468 1323. TFN $300( .$900 WEIKL! Excellent pay plus qualification SUPERVISOR WORK home, ch7a, currently rented. Must Sell. condition.reducedu>$3500 209 B.Aelkinl fields.
(2
: positions) to provide
world travel Hawaii Caribbean, Baha- SL,964.82SIObituaries.
Reduced>$25.SOO.Evei.473-3627 TFN
STATE EMPLOYEES need a home close to ma,CallNowll.2(> -736-7000.ext.IOSC training and uICrvillonlomcntaUyhandi-
your work?We have clean mobile homes (call refundable). FCAN 89-443. capped adulu in a sheltered workshop GOVERNMENT HOMES I From $100 (U
available call 468 1323 11"N selling Openings in wood shop division
EARN! $75 TO$300 PER WEEK GUARAN- and sorting packaging division Desire Repair) Foreclosure, REpoi.Tax Delinquent from page 6B
APARTMENT. I BrJ bath,heat and air carpeted TEED.I 10 to 12 people needed immediately ability to teach the handicapped and work Properties Now selling this areal
Call .
kitchen furnished water, jc.wor, for phone sales and local light delivery with laws and power equipment.(1)I) Ability (refundable) 1-313-733-6064. exl O direction of Jones Funeral Home of
garbage furnished $225 per month $125 no experience necessary apply in to plan and supervise in a productive 3014, for current listings! D.J. Phillips. Jr. Keystone Heights. In lieu of flowers
deposit, call 468,1630 TFN person Monday Sepl.\8\ from noon to5pm. setting Applicant: Prefer IIS and 2 years Mr. D.J. Phillips, Jr., 65, of donations may be made to the
I:cono Lodge, housewives and students experience in industry, human services, PERSONA 13SERVICE&! Melrose, died Monday,extended Sept. 11 at American Cancer Society, Bradford
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office. also welcomed and/or college,Salary:Sinning$100( -$538 his home following an il County Unit, 1199 Bessent Road,
space: 3000.9000 iq ft,located at Enterprise ; bi-weekly based on qualification Fringe DRYWALL AND PLASTER cut brick and lness. Starke, Florida 32091.
Park next to Sunshine Industries JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA benefit includes 2 week vacation((1st year) lions.Glenn and Buddy Sapp.7823772. Born in the Theressa community,
Contact Diane Ely.964.5294 'UNFURNISHED openings available' in several areas, will 10 holidays, bonus opportunities, free Mr. Phillips moved to Melrose in Mrs.Ida M. PrescottMrs.
tram' for' info call 312.742.8620,ext.362.S1SO health and life insurance, plus more. To SAVE 50%AT MAJOR HOTELS NATIONWIDE 1981 from Gainesville. He was a
Ida Marie
ROOM WITH! AIR,all utilities send CALL member of the United Prescott 78, of
apply: resume to Rovbbert Larimer, 1.8888-4988. ALSO Wesley
paid. From$37.50 up weekly. MACiNO PER DAY PROCESSING PIIONE Executive Director, Sunshine Industries ASK ABOUT 100 FREE DIET PILLS. Methodist Church Gainesville; had Starke, died Sunday, Sept. 10, at
UA HOTEL, Walnut Si Surkc, in front ORDERS! People call you No experience PO Box 509, Starke, Fl. 32091 904-964- FCAN 89439. been attending Melrose United Alachua Nursing Center in
of Post Office. necessary Call refundable 1-315- 7699. Methodist Church; was a member of Gainesville, following an extended
733 6062cxl. P3014. illness.
FOR SALE OR LEASE DRIVER/DELIVERY MAN apply in NEED CREDIT $1500 or more credit. No the Starke Golf and Country Club;
person Born and raised In Raiford Mrs.
lumdowni Establish credit, rebuild bad. ,
4 BR, 2 BATH HOMEIN TOTE SURGEONS:Sapps Tree Surgeons income Medical, 107-F West Edwards was a member of Bradford County McRae moved to Starke at an early
ISU Gold Card. MC/VISA No deposit
RAIFORDCH busmen 40 Rd, Starke Zoning Board; and had retired in
years now hiring topclimbersal
She was a member of the
Free $80 gift certificstel 1-301- age.
B Air Sol. Price $33.000. or leosn I $7 ptusyhr..hinng apprentice climnbersat BARN $5 TO $10 PER HOUR, part time or 657-5103, anytime. FCAN 89440. 1982 after working 31 years with Church of Christ.
Year Minimum Lease $335/Mo $200 $5.50 hour.(depending on experience). full time. For information call Ramona Southern Bell Telephone Co. Survivors include two sons, Ray-
Security Call 964.8602, after 6 p.m. 1'nil time permanent positions, paid holidays 782-3068.AVON( TEN BABYSiTTING IN MY HOME.! INFANTTO Survivors include his wife, Patsy mond "Butch" Prescott of Macclen-
FOR SALE OR LEASEIN and vacation. Call 372- SCHOOL AGE. 6am-tlpm.Mon-Fri. Hall Phillips of Melrose; three ny and Van Prescott of Starke; one
LAKE BUTLER 9538Guincsvillc, Mon.Fri, 94pm. REAL ESTATE LICENSE! COURSE only 4 Dcbbie,964-634L sisters, Elizabeth Phillips Hazel sister, Mrs. Frankie Kinchen of
2 BR Home week!.call 1-7554040( North 1'1. Real Phillips and Mildred Thornton, all of Jacksonville and five grandchildren.
from Middle School. Sale Price FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES: Now ac- Estate College. PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE Gainesville; one step-daughter,Bon- Funeral services were held at 11
Across will lease 1 minimum cepting applications for driven position ASSISTANT; wishes to do all of your nie Henson of Gainesville; two stepsons a.m. Wednesday morning at the
$23.000 or and $125 Security year Call Chauffers license anddrug screen required.Previous general office work in own home. Hive Harry Eddy of Melrose and chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
SJOO/Mo.. experience preferred. Contact' HOMES FORiSALE PC.W/P. Lotus 123. and others IS years Scott Eddy of Orlando and three Home in Starke with Bro. Casey
964 8602 6pmFOR after 4pm at office, 311 Edwards Rd.
experience.pick up and deliver.Let's talk I grandchildren.Funeral Carlysle officiating. Burial was in
RENT Sharon only 473-9048 services were held at 11 Prevatt Cemetery with Archie Tan-
MAKE SI5IJO.$2000 B Y THANKSGI VING.
SMALL 2 BR HOME rWO OR THREE BEDROOM 2 bath, car- a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, in DeWitt ner Funeral Home in charge of arrangements
Join Plan Co.Be Houseof
With Carpet and Window Air Cond In the Super Parley a port for three cars, on I acre, 2394 NW WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S C. Jones Chapel, Keystone Heights .
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Stark.. She Mo. Min. Rental $235/Mo. IJnyd Dcmnnslralor No investment.Free 65th Avenue $29,000, contact 904.786- YOUR BUSINESSI WANT TO with Rev. Nell Hickman of
Jaynie
$300 kit Hiring! season over soon.
Call 964.8602 alter 6 p.m.I"EUPWANTED 4449rURNISHED2BRMOBII. STOP? THAT'SOURS! Alcoholics
$125 Security Hurry Call collect for info Bobbie,904- ficiating. Burial was in Hope Anthony S. Redding
Anonymous 964-3619.964-4150.964-
752.(0679. ] 110M E lei up in 8614 Cemetery, Theressa under the Anthony"Andy"( Samuel Redding.
,; ; .J park $2800 caih call 964-5332 for appointment I, 18, of Theressa, died Friday Sept.; 8,
INSURANCE: SAIPS: BRADFORD &; :
C'SLAWN&MAINTENANCE. in Alachua General
UNION COUNTY AREA, ALACHUA AFFORDABLE! Hospital,
ASSEMBLY/ WHSE. TOP PAY.AII hifl.<
Lawn maintenance and clean low Gainesville following a brief illness.
open now.F.T.&; P.T.Trainees also 355- & I HIGH! SPRINGS area.. Excellent bene- I FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.1 Bath rales/nee Ilimal"' .. ,, up TJLE. APARTMENTS Born in Starke, Mr. Redding was a
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fits and training $225 $350 starting sal home Family/dining room, screened
5500 J A H World.$95refundablo.CONSTRUCTION ,member of
Hope Baptist Church
922 E. Brownlee St I ,
ary..Western Southern Life. 964-3982 or porch.garage.fcnccd back yardnewly RITE WAY ROOFING: roofing and Theressa Volunteer Fire
$7-$14 hrly. All phase. 376 5811. p"inledwallpaICr.Saratoga Heights,964- rcpairsjeaka fixedlawn service and tree Camp Blanding Rd. I ment, graduated from Bradford Depart-
Will train. 355-5500 JAH; World...S95/ 7634 W.T.
pruningcarpentry.
refundable HANDYMAN: NEEDED FOR ODDJOBSon Starke PL 32091 High School in 1988 and was a stu-
ATTENTION HIRING! Government jobvsyourarea property for an estate Needed now. Must .)BR.2 BATI IAPPROX.1300 sq fl.ch/a.21x17 Tumcr.ownerSurke 964-2976 dent at Santa Fe Community Col-
1784069485.Call!1-602- be trustworthy and have own transportation workshop on one acre. $23,500caU( 964- WILL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILD; 964-7133 lege Starke.
838.8885. ext R3493. Contact Mrs Sutton, 964-3113 3321GRAHAM in my home. All shifu HRS registered,' Survivors include his parents,
964-3521 2 & 3 DR. family oriented with Lonnie A., Jr. and Alethia Williams
: COUNTRY LIVING: 2 acres, 3 Redding of Theressa one sister
POSTAL JOBSAPPLY BR .air.wood healer,sun deck and screen CIIAIN LINK FENCE: installed Free esumalcs Ficc laundry electricity& large playground.first month. Stephanie R. Gilson Lawtey; his

porch.$42,500 or make offer. 485.1189 .HANDYMAN FENCECO.owner paternal grandparents, Arthur and
SEPTEMBER 18.22 AT THE POST OFFICE Tommy Reddish,964-8559. TEN Kent !Oi6?" of jour monthly Minnie Lee Redding of Lawtey.

Application will'ba aecaptid from the gtntral public for th. Rural Csmar.am September 18.22 at the IWO ACRE PRIVATE ESTATEattractive, Income if you qualify. Funeral services were held at 2
Law 8ullar,Jaaper,Lake City Alachua,Bell,Branford, Brooker,Mayo,OBrlti, and High Springs ana like new, 3 BR, 2 bath home near Key- WELL DRILLING PUMPS &; SERVICE -If you earn $3.35 per hr.. 40 iJ.m.J.l Sunday, Sept. 10, in Hope Baptist -
post offices for carrier positions throughout Ihiit a"",, You will have ample lime to prepare for the stone &Golf course$77,000 Call Trevor Durrance Pump&; Supply Co.Water systems lira.: a wok & have 3 : Church; with Rev. Gary Heath
exam after you apply. This lath,"final exam of this kind lor 3 yean,so don' miss this opportunity. Century 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., specialists 864 N Temple Ave, US dcp.iidc'nls. your rent would be ind Rev. James Saunders of-
SCORE 95-100% OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED Broker, 4734903ATTENTION 3m,Slarke 32091 TFN about $1; 12. a month or $3.73 iciating Burial was in Long Branch

POSTAL EXAM PREPARATION PROGRAM GOVERNMENT HOMES ROOFING AND REPAIRS:Pressure washing per day for d.iys left In month. direction:Cemetery of, Clay Jones County, under the
Prepare nowll Any man or woman,regardless of age or experience Is eligible for from SIu repair) Delinquent lax property. .Call 964434L Terry Parks. TFN for move-In after the I fiist. St Funeral Home of
rkp.
this outstanding career. Excellent benefits,job security and salary to$14 per hour. Repossessibqs. Call 1-602-83g.8885. ext ... J' Qualified! 'Singles Accepted., '. 'd. 1"rI!
Over 100,000peophs will begin new Jobs. with the USPS this year. Camlidatmwi '.* 'GH-9493 ----- DON'T LET YOUR GUILDS.! __ d" Move-In cost can be us low as: "Ruth Spark 4 Struth-:+ 95 bettor be hired This .elf-esteem sink(his_ .Year.Out'1FN 4-1I 1{ .. 10.OO. Low Income
the highest scores are hired 11..1. You must score %or to IIOOn. } $ Mrs. Ruth Struth
3 BR I Sparks
BATH
new roof.new siding,inside1 87, died
exam will not be given again for three years don't miss this opportunity. partially remodeled, inside city limns I.EJ Sec. 8 Housing Sept. 4 in a Des Moines, Iowa

You will receive audio or video cassettes with self.paced instructions, comprehensive and minutes from school and shopping STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Rents for 30% hospital. Mrs. Struth was born
$15,900. call 964-4833 after before SALES AND SERVICE: All makes and Equal March 21, 1902.Survivors .
I to-use home study materials! Including 100 page exam preparation manual,powerful lest easY-I 7pm of your Income
: 7pm leave message models cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Housing: include her husband of
builders, secrets for success from actual exams, free follow up consultation and much If You qualify
New and used sewing machines.Hwy 233
i r TO ORDER -,l GUARANTEE & 16(Morgan Road)964-8733 TFN See pep- 118. -

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I (Send this coupon with your name adI I If you complete the POSTAL EXAM
1 I dress, and check or money order to I HOME STUDY COURSE and do not
NEC, 123 NW 2nd Ave., Dept. 309, score 95%or better on the exam,your
I Portland OR 97209. Audio program: I money will be refunded In full. InsUratic* Collision Wotk tf* ;
I$48.95; Video (circle VMS or Beta) $75: I
i Plus$4.50 Shipping and Handling(UPS CREDIT CARD
additional $4.50)) I ORDERS CALL1800422EXAM CR 229! N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613 '
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Su-El's Retirement Community

Retirement Community Retirement Home

In this smallcommunity
A small retirement
community at Su-El. have Su-El we also LAKE SANTA FE ACCESS Avoid new loan hassles
have rentals
We
I rooms for selfcareIndependent or r licensed Retirement group Home.home A with this large FHA Assumable Mortgage. 3 Bedroom, 2

It Is a quiet setting seniors. for seniors who need bath home spacious family room fireplace. Quiet setting.
i assistance: withsupervision.
with a nomc-llke We $75,000.
give
Su-El'sti -
atmosphere 24
we utilities offer housing maid and, hr.personalized supervision care- hot MELROSE ACREAGE to 5 Acre tracts. Owner .
, .meals, laundry service:
_: t a laundry 24 hr. emergency services with cull day, week, long term offering for $1,000 down! Negotiable terms. Call for

92t Meals stay. Certified nosing specifics.
: system. assL. first cUd
; optional. trsl ed stnIT.

p tZDowPayment LAKE SANTA FE CANAL Shade and shrubs

1468-2619] ,, highlight this 4 bedroom home. Large covered deck.

\} $89,900.

= ? 1 Mile South on SR 329. Hampton. FL a Sue Lott Walker

STEPPING STONE OPPORTUNITY 3 Bedroom

mobile home on 1 acre. Terms. 15900.


E |: I P 'OB"LIC.U't: ; \ : TI' N : SWAN LAKE ACCESS The most immaculate home

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: .'- : ," : : and lot in the area! 2 bedrooms 1 1/2 bath home very

1O A.M. Wed. Sept. 27 1989 large screened porch lets you enjoy the beautiful lawn.
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Garden area, barn-style utility building. $59,900.
City of Jacksonville, Fla.

SURPLUS ACTION

,, M RPT 1096 N. McDuff Ave..* Jacksonville. FL Senior Registered Nurse

F 'NCI INSPECTION: Minimum qualifications. Florida Licensure as a professional

10 A.M. to 4 P.M.,Sept. 26, 1989 registered nurse and one year experience.

GaragesGreenhouses Over 200 Vehicles To De Sold! Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable

Portable Malibu up to $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000). .
Buildings ((100)) 1979-81 Chevy ', ,
i (30)) 1975-84 Trucks (PU & Others) 'x. Correctional Medical Technician .. CERT

((5)) Farm Tractors (7) Trailers .*' Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure" as a practical nurse.

(15)) Vans (43)) LTD Crown V & Others Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up'

Portia Bulidins Concrete Saws Skllsaws Lathe to $18.000 anually. (Benefit package worth over $5.000). .

In Stock Computers2Way Radios Mobile Phones \ New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be :

$25 OFF (Custom Buildings Typewriters Calculators Desks Chairs eligible for all Florida career service benefits including State .

Available) Micro Film Readers Monitors Cameras Contributions to health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation

with Refrigerators Freezers Stoves' f- l' days. 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation:,,. *

I I This Ad Pizza Ovens Steamers 't 4 .;rM tl V plan CEUs and in-service training.

'CushmartStiooters! ,

I Lawn Mowers Auto Parts : Interested persons should contract:

File Cabinets Time Card Machines) R. Nate Ilolton, Personnel ManagerNew

Street Sweeper Beach Cleaner Hwy Roller River Correctional InstituteP.

Hand! House Portable O. Box 333 ,
Buildings TERMS On Auto,von and pick-up truckS. ONLY a 300 00 cash deposit' Raiford FL 32083
I may ba paid at sale m. and the remainder: paid wittiii 24 noun.
Hwy 301 S. Starke. FL or Phone EOE/P \
( undS) For More Info: Call McDougalTs Auction Co., Inc. (904) 964-4000 Po-RR-5611k

964-8848 1-9O4-786-8989 Preference shall be given to veterans and of veterans ,
ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID OR A DEPOSIT MADE DAV OF SALE spouses

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68 years, Vernle; four daughterstwentyone : grandchildren. Card of ThanksThe Card of ThanksOur YOUR
grandchildren and Funeral services will be held Friday
; kindness and of heartfelt thanks to all who
sympathy
thirty-one great-grandchildren. She Sept. 15 at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C.
Jones of Starke with Rev. neighbors and friends in our recent extended comforting sympathy and
was the maternal grandmother of Chapel
sorrow will always remain with us help in our recent sorrow. For the
Diana G. Struth of Starke. Tom Bowden and Dr. Bob Gray of as a precious memory. Our sincere beautiful service, floral offerings, WATER
ficiating. Interment will be In Santa thanks and gratitude for all those and other kindnesses,we are deeply
Fe Cemetery under the direction of comforting acts.A grateful.The .
Mrs. Vivian WaltersMrs. Jones Funeral Home. Visitation will special thanks to Dr. Johnson Oliver Family
Vivian Merle Walters, 82, of be Thursday evening, Sept. 14, at and Archer Funeral home. WITHOUT
Starke, died Thursday, Sept. 7 in Jones Funeral Home from 7-9 p.m. The family of (Granny) Ward
Alachua General Hospital followingan In lieu of flowers, contributionsmay
extended Illness. be made to North Fla. Hospice, .-... ..
Born June 3, 1907 in Lake Park, P.O. ''Box 15235, Gainesville, Fl. Bradford
Ga., Mrs. Walters moved to Starke 32604. CEnIN'C'
two years ago from Macon Ga. She Chiropractic CenterStarke
was a retired sales clerk and a
member of Shiloh Baptist Church In Card of ThanksWe Office
Macon, Ga.Survivors.
would like to express our appreciation I SOAKED.
include 218 S. Walnut St.
one daughter, and heartfelt thanks to all
Catherine 'Betty' Patrick of Starke
; who responded to our tragedy when Next to the Chamber of Commerce o
one son Benjamin F.Walters,Jr,of
mobile home burned August 21.
Raiford; two sisters, Verna Forrestof our I
Atlanta, Ga. and Many thanks to my two sisters-in- 964-4957
Bertha Mae
law,Linda Fowler and Ruth Fowler, r- }
Brey of Twin Lakes, Ga. three
; and
and two sisters, Frances Gunter
gran grandchildren.Graveside children. and two great Joyce Luther,for the housewarming ) Sts69o'l
funeral services were party. Thanks also to the many PAIN CONTROL, ci
and
friends who clothing
gave Headaches
held Sept. 9 in Memorial Park
in Macon household goods.Linda. Neck& Arm INJURIES :
Cemetery Ga. Arrangements &Dewey Fowler !
were handled by Jones Mid Back work Related I MONTH I
Funeral Home of Starke.
Low Baclc& Lei.
Sports ,
Card of Thanks Right now get the very best water condttioi,
Personal for o very smqll price Just *6 QO 1 per monlh ,
Otto B. Hicks We would like to thank our many for 3 months plus mitollon Call Cullgcu )
friends for their great support and Auto Accidents today abou'this IlmlllOd,,,r etiioloffer ,'
Otto B. Hicks, 82, of Waldo, died prayers.Also --_. -- ------- -
Sept.. 12 in Alachua General Hospital for the beautiful flowers and DR. W. DAVID CIKES ,,
following an extended Illness. food in the loss of our loved one. Shewill DR. RICHARD C. TULLER 1,1
Born Oct.21, 1906, Mr.Hicks was a : be greatly missed by her family CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS -J I""
L1-800-342-9084 j
lifelong resident of Waldo. He was a and friends
farmer and a member of Friendship We would also like to thank Archer THE TEAM APPROACH ; I
Bible Church in Keystone. Tanner and his staff for being so nicein //1 :
Survivors include his wife, Mary our time of sorrow. CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT ------d ; "
Janie Cox Hicks; two sons Otto B., We loved her, but God loved her 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAY A WEEK i
Jr., of Fairbanks, Fl., and CharlesR. best. We know she is with Jesus I II"
Hicks, of Keystone; two sisters, where there is no more sorrow and V 964-4957-24 HOUR BEEPER I I
Ruby Pope of Eau Gallie and Alta H. pain. Office Hours Won. -Fit 8:30.6:OOp.m. Sat Dy Appointment LL. .;., .:. _ _ _ --.J,
Williams of Chattahoochee; six The Family of n__ __n_ _
grandchildren and four greatAllStar. Thelma B.Norman




to SAVE 119. oi
born page 7B nament held in Lexington, South
Michele batted at an astounding Carolina during the regular season,
.818 percentage at the plate during winning four straight including a 7-1 -
the series, an on-base percentage of win over Florence,South Carolina in _
.833 and a 1.400 slugging percentage the title game.Richardson .
Michele finished her high was selected to the '
school season here at up home on the All-Tournament team in that event A i 4iSA '
highest possible note when she for her outstanding play in the / $ Ttd.b PAY
helped her team take Florida's State series.
2A Championship, the school's first Jr. Astros Head Coach Barry ern Y.r. t'h Yp/e. bN aMR R',M 1.d. .MW.nn
ever state title in any sport. She was Holloway called Michele a "great
the only non-senior in state tournament asset to the team" and "one of the
selected to the prestigeous All- finest leftfielders I have ever coach- IC
Tournament squad. ed".
This year's Jr. Astro team was All of which should make KHHS
ranked as high as number one in Softball fans very happy when their B E a-
their division and won the title at the team ,defends.their state title this .

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