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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 21, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Worth Assessments Were Below Average* I



L Noting in the state have set increase school millage to off-set revenues Assessments on Sampson Lake and'-Crosby'

at 100 percent of the fair market lost to lower than state-wide averages. Brad Lake were based on $125 per front foot.
to the DOR report ford County School Board has been requiredto The base for Lake Geneva, with only a

Seminole average is 97.0 percent. raise millage as result of below average small portion In Bradford County, is $250 per
The Bradford-Union assessments in prior years.
to an over-the-telephone report foot.Alvarez
said, "Assessments should
Boosters will hold a alwaysbe
has been told by DOR that the 1989
day Sept. 21. Dinner at 7 based on a large sampling relative to the
,
will bring Bradford County to 97.6
Lake Property...
with beginning number of properties being reviewed, such as
meeting ) very close to the state-wide average, In the around the lakes. Current
David Lamm will speak. the commissioners meeting Wednesday, area
average will increase slightly Sept. 6, a number of lake front property assessments reflect values based on sales
of state-wide increases in during the past 2-3 but not includingany
Gator Q-back... owners complained about increased years
assessments. 1989 sales.
Starke Gator appraisers have little leeway in Alvarez says his office used $450 per front Property owners who disagree with an
will meet Thursday Sept. assessments, with DOR increasing foot as a base for lakefront property on Santa assessment can appeal to the Appraisal Ad-
Bradford County Fair to two year intervals. Until re- justment Board, composed of 3 county com-
Fe Lake,with depth of the lot being a factor in
Social hour, 6:30 p,m., ,DOR only made reviews each four final the value of missioners and 2 school board members.
figures, plus improvements.
dinner at 7 p,m. Generally, the recommendation of the board
Alachua used $500 front foot
County on
per
said, "There is much more !
Big Santa Fe and $400 on Little Lake Santa is accepted. '[
BHS Alumni... now for market values than 5-6 This year, the cut-off date for appeal was
"
A BHS alumni meeting Fe.On Hampton Lake, the base rate was $300 Sept. 12, with 39 petitions received by the
reason for bringing assessments
held Monday, Sept. 25 in foot north of the boat and $200 board. The adjustment board will meet Monday -
average, Alvarez said, is a Florida per ramp per
25 at 9
Western Steer Steak Sept. a.m.
foot south of the
mandates local school boards to ramp.
p.m. Dutch treat dinner.

FAD Meet... -

FAD (Families ) .7 MissionZoning
will meet Tuesday Sept. r .r
Vo Tech Media Center 1'e
Subject of meeting,
parade, float and
''mini Just Say No day in :


Hampton Budget. ,4> _
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Hampton has _
Hearing on its tentative

p.m., Wednesday, Sept.

Season Tickets... Change

Reserved seat tickets
ford High varsity home
games are on sale at the Deniedby
School office. Price, $25
Wanda Prevatt, the .r1T
Buster Rohn

Expecting?... BCT Staff Writer
Bishop John Wilson failed in his attempt -
Expecting a baby soon to have the Starke Zoning
won't want to miss the Board's recommendation overturned -

prenatal series beginning by the Starke council, Tuesday,
Sept. 19, at 7 p.m., in the Sept. 19.
Extension Building. In a 4-0 vote the council denied
free, but please Wilson's request to rezone a parcelat
calling 964-6280, ext. 209 206 S. Water St. from BP
Lake Butler, call 4962321.EDC Han.:1 (Business-Professional) to B-2, a
classification that allows retail

Annual sales, churches, schools, hospitals,
The Bradford County clinics nurseries, child care
Development facilities, nursing and convalascent
its annual meeting and homes, all of which Wilson says he
the Fairgrounds, Friday, needs for the establishment of St.
Tickets, $12.50 each. Call George's Mission at the Water Street

Smith, ph. 964-7375 for of the Spirit of Third row: Vera Smith Reba Hooper Lacey Johnson Ann Roberts location.Wilson told the council he wants to

Reward Fund... ( ') : Latonya Mitchell. Gretchin Crews. establish a mission and "safe
Barber. Co- Fourth row: Michelle Brown, Tla Jones Aime Griffis. Melinda house" for battered women and
The family of Meghan Ramsey, Patrlse Smith. children, and teenagers with drug
the 12-year-old girl who Burgin, Erica Not shown: Sher'e Brown. problems. The house is the former
dead in a wooded area Choreographer is Donna J. Parado. Fernandez home more recently the
family's Deer Foot Trail residence of the John Simpson fami-
March 23, 1989, is asking
tions for the Rescue Unit ly.Those uses comply with the cur-
reward fund. The reward Died Waiting on rent BP zoning classifcation only if

established, will be Wilson can secure a special excep-
information leading to jail, where operators also nave Keystone Heights in which KH tion from the Board of Adjustmentfor
and conviction of her Com- responsibilities connected with the answers calls to the SE end of Brad- each of the servicesthe church,
send any contributions to County finished operation of the jail and cannot ford County and Bradford handlesthe abuse counseling or housing bat-
to Florida National Bank Jr. devote fulltime to emergencies, said Kingsley Lake area. tered women overnight, accordingto
All contributions should Commissioner Joe Riddick. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal.
payable to the Meghan Riddick admit- Plus, new trunk lines will directly Special Numbers... Nor can Wilson conduct all three
Reward Fund. system is not the connect those outlying telephoneswith The county also has two toll-free businesses under one roof, but must
for residents in 475and 468prefixes to the numbers, 377-5122 and 376-1502, that portion off his property to use a dif-
475and 468- Bradford County 911 outlying residents can use to call the ferent part for each use, under
March of Dimes.. numbers. Also, said EMS Director Cliff county.Calls Starke zoning regulations.Or .

The March of Dimes however, is a Chapman, 383 families in the Santa on those telephone lines the Wilson has 30 days to appealthe
into the courthouse during
come Board's decision to Circuit
have Zoning
America is scheduled for room at the Fe Lake and Melrose areas The
days and to the jail at night.
Sept. 30, beginning at the Services already been switched over to the Court.
Bradford itaL The Bradford 911 system. lines can be used for regular Wilson Is not affiliated with nor
walk will star at 9:30: county yard.fire Currently, Bradford County has a business or to summon a rescue unit does his organization receive fun-
monies collected going to emergency out of the reciprocity agreement with or fire truck. ding from the Florida Department of
programs to prevent Health and Rehabilitative Services
Sponsor sheets may be (HRS), according to Alwyn Cassil,
from Wendy's, Denmark Dist. 3 HRS spokesperson. HRS will
Douglas Battery, Allen's Approved with Rate Hikes not refer clients to Wilson, Ms.
and all schools. Wendy's Cassil told The Telegraph.
vide free hamburgers to Wilson, contacted Wednesday
walkers. Each walker be effective Oct. collectable debts and bad checks end on an extended trip Into the New afternoon, Sept 20, told The

or more will receive a in the November from its records at the end of the England Tucker States.told the council that Mrs. Telegraph he is not a certified fami-
year, and requested approval to counselor. Wilson certified
the March of Dimes. ly says
provides for write off $39,957 in bad debts and Wise should be paid for accrued counselors come to St.George's Mis-
increase from $7 $1,392 in bad checks. vacation time for the past year. The sion from the University of Florida,
Tucker said, "The loss representsless council agreed, and instructed him St.Augustine, and Jacksonville. The
Club Speaker... rates will than 3/4 of 1 percent, a very to compute the time and draw a counselors come one a month, and
to$19 for the 6 good record when one considers the check. a week.
once
If your club or the 9 cubic yard city has to extend credit to everyonewho : Tucker owns the desk and chair in one Wilson is an ordained bishop in
looking for a speaker his office and offered to sell the
will go from $20 comes through the door with a Eastern Orthodox
of interest to the comm to the city for $900, about St.George's
deposit. Banks reserve 2 percent for equipment Church based in New York. To ad-
tact Dan Ph. third of its cost.
Cuddington, one replacement
and customers closely
dumping losses, screen under dress Wilson properly, he should be
or 6911. Speakers The council took the offer
of .
to rate
a called Father John or Father
about Bradford mentally of material When asked how a customer can advisement, saying it should be Wilson. The New York based church
Olympics for the account before being Clerk Wise's decision, since she will
number of times run up a large has 219 churchs nationwide, made of
dicapped. per month. These cut-off,Tucker said the law prevents be using the items. of Russians, Rumanians, Romaney,
all coimmercial cutting off some residents, under
Surbians, and is open to all faiths.
Tucker ..
garbage certain circumstances. Some move Says. St.George's Mission in Starke has
rate is not quoted away, thinking a utility deposit Tucker spoke briefly to the coun- no funding as yet. Wilson is hopingfor
covers an outstanding account, and cil, saying, "Thanks for your a grant from an individual.The .
will be held in some unpaid accounts are connectedto cooperation for the past 8 years." Starke Zoning Board heard

Upcoming... to the garbage HRS recipients.Bad This was Tucker s final council Wilson's request at its regular

Attorney checks are a different matter, meeting as city clerk. meeting Thursday, August 31, and
Public meetings Each of the four councilmen gave
said with all bad checks ex- voted to recommend denial of the
Tucker ,
coming weeks are: brief tributes to the departing clerk,
4-0 to approve ceeding $100 being sent to Small petition. All requests for rezoning/ gobefore
The New River Solid "He had the best interests -
motion by Silcox. Claims Court. The city holds a saying always the city council for final
Association will meet at of the city at heart.
of as result to disposition, regardless of the recom-
number
thouse in Macclenny, ... awards.Judgements Silcox said "We've had to adjustour mendation by the Zoning Board.
September 26, at 7:30 court approved the personalities, but it has turnedout Wilson told the council he is an 18
The Bradford County a budget sum- Commissioners well and the city is indeed for-
full. resident of Bradford County,
fiscal and of both items in year
Board will meet in the year writing-off tunate to have had Tucker at the currently living In Lawtey. He has

Hall at 7 p.m., Tuesday, discussion of the helm." been operating a church for the past
The Starke Zoning and no ob- Tucker Taking Off... Mayor-Commissioner Bobby 14 years.According.
said "He has been an asset to "
Hall Biggs
meet in City by Woods, the Clerk-Elect Linda Wise, currentlyon to Wilson, 90 percent"of
28, at 7p.m.The leave, will be sworn-In Oct. 3. In the city. Any problems that arose the people of Starke want the mission -
in rules and regulations, neverIn
were
Bradford County the meantime Wise will be acting and "hundreds of people" are
justment Board will ... clerk for the next couple of weeks, accounting. waiting to fund the project when the
September 25, at 9:30 city clears un- since Tucker is leaving this week- zoning has been completed.
coury house. April Swain, a Keystone Heights
The Bradford County resident, employed in the prison
Board will meet at the of Economic Development Council medical department at Raiford"
mission inundated with
offices Monday, says the was
7:30 p.m.eThe ot this prestigious'group clothing and other items, and set up
the corporation. Bradford County Chamber of Com the president
Board of County of business leaders," stated a flea-market to dispose of the
local He is member of the
hold the attorney merce. a .
sioners will attract the surplus.Local
"In order to
has served Kiwanis Club executive committee Douglas.
as an
Realtor Roberts
hearing on the 1989-90 desired type of industry to our area, George ,
EDC for the member of the Florida Instituteof
'ZI I who owns adjacent property, objected -
day, September need affordable housing, a quality
CPA'i and a member of the we
TThe Starke Zoning educated work force, and an ac- to the reezoning saying, "I
American Institute of CPA's."I .
meet Thursday evening and curr ntly
board at City am looking forward to the See DOUglaS..P.3A) (See Mission..P.2A)
the room (
of the Starke- and excitement afforded
of directors at a recent organiza secretary-treasurer challenge




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School Budget Approved, Funding, Primer Included

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School board members gave final Plus,school boards have authority $49 to$255. "When you're hit by such percent.
approval to a $16,892,536 General under state law to levy up to two a radical increase..." Connelly said. "The lake people were hit," Board
Fund budgetSept. 11, after the se- mills of discretionary millage. The "We're hooked by it. It hits hard." Member Scholfman said, adding
cond of two required-by-law public Bradford board is levying 1.5 of His property assessment rose 49 per- Alachua County assesses the south
hearings.The these two mills for fiscal 89-90. This cent, Connelly said. side of Santa Fe Lake at$500 per foot / 1 i' 1 1 1
budget includes 7.3 percent money will be spent on new roofs for Philosophy of the school board i is of waterfront while Bradford Property ,
salry increases for instructional Brooker and Hampton Elementary to levy the discretionary 1.5 mills Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez
employees and five percent raises Schools, new walkways at various when it is needed, and don't levy it assesses the north side at $450 per 1 / 1
for non-instructional and ad- schools, asbestos and radon when the system doesn't need it, front foot.Anderson.
ministrative personnel. The raises removal, HE air-conditioning, some said Board Member Len Schlofman."I asked, what does the
take up most of the $1.2 million in safety-to-life items, and new school think we're justified (in levyingthe Bradford school system get from the
new monies received for fiscal buses. 1.5 mills)," said Scholfman. lottery?
1989-90 by the Bradford school The school board hopes levying Assessments here are still lower "I'm glad you asked that," said JoinWeightWatehers.Rrjusr .
system. the 1.5 mills extra will demonstrate than the state average, said Supt. Supt. Duncan. The lottery dollarsare
One resident appeared, asking for the Bradford district is making a Duncan. The 1.5 mills will raise used to replace other state fundsin
an explanation of the school maximum effort to help itself. That $367,000 for school needs, he said. the General Fund. Actually, the
budgeting system, declaring he was will help in getting a legislative ap- John Anderson, another lake resi- system receives no additional funds
unfamiliar with the process. So, propriation to renovate the 30 year dent, said his assessment is up 150! from the lottery. Duncan said.
Supt. Jim Duncan spoke at length on old gym it is hoped. -- .1
the subject. Supt. Duncan explained Hampton Lake resident Med Con-
: nelly asked, "How much is the
Schools receive state monies bas- budget up?" $1.2 million, Supt. Dun-
ed on the number of children in the can replied, about 8 percent com- @I) IfsWeiKhl Watchers'best
state. A money per student amount, pared to 13,2 percent the previous offer this year!
called and FTE unit for fulltime year. Pay only$9 and loin the
equivalency student, is set based on Med Connelly asked if Supt. Dun- world's #1 weight loss
monies available to the Florida can knew there would be an increaseIn program-the
Legislature.Each property appraisals when work- FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES OF ORANGE PARK, P.A. program that has

school district (county) is re- ing up the budget. Duncan repliedthe MIDDLEBURG BRANCH helped millions of
quired to levy a certain amount of state Department of Education people lose millionsof

property tax to participate in the valued one mill in Bradford Countyas '...', .' "., '. ',. ... .. pounds. But hurry, this
Florida Education Finance Program being worth $248,000, and that ". <-v <'";Now'open''full tlrne' :; ,"" ;t. next to nothing!!offer won't
(FEFP), called the required figure was used in early budget :
last !
local effort. Of the $16 million preparations. "I was surprised when /::;:. to serve: our, omprehenslve;< very long1Registration!!
general fund or operating fund, the I opened the mail," said Supt. Dun :.' s Fee. $17
Bradford school district receives$15 can, and found the new calculations fv: : >:::'family, medical are: ;. Weekly Meeting!! Fee. $8
million from the state. which valued one mill at $264,0X( > TOTAL. . . $25
The required local effort for the Connelly asked, "If you had You Pay . . $9
Bradford school district is 5.535 known, would have levied
you likely Specializing in Family Medicine, Sports
mills, up .3 mills over last year. the (discretionary) 1.5 mills?" YOU SAVE. $16!
State lawmakers levy this; the local "Yes," Supt. Duncan replied, Medicine and Aviation Medicine
school board has no say in the mat- "...knowing the building needs of the Olda Pointe Plaza
terIn district." R. Birjgerstaff, M.D. 2755 Blvd. Suite
Blanding 109
addition, the school district can Maybe the property assessments Richard: J. Bultman. M.D.
levy .719 mills of discretionary property should be at the 89-90 levels, Connelly Hilary K. Ellwood M.D. Middletxjng. R. 32063Jamos
taxes, which goes into sup- said, adding the school tax portionof Nathan P. Newman M.D. 904-282-2577 STARKE ,
plies, materials, and salaries. his property taxes jumped from W. Herman Sessions: M.D. Office Hours: 9a.m.-5p.m. The First Presbyterian Church
By Appointment 921 East Call Street

j r---------- I*.) wow Mondays, 7 pmF1tEE
Mission. I I
from |page 1A TOIJ.
CHOLESTEROL SCREEN 18008744170Call
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oppose the change, it has"a flea- There was no opposition to the' 'wI first office visit for all new I ri.ata S;
market kind of atmosphere. request, and it was -
rezoning
approved I I
Roberts pointed out that a special patients at our Middleburg
by the council on a 4-0 vote. f
now about The At Work Loss
Weight Program.
exception under the present The zoning board had recommended I Office. I it f ::a r
classification would suffice, "but a ... ..... ..... .. ....... .. .
change of zoning would open it up to a the approval item was of before both it.requests when I L _ _ J 1 --...........-.._.TDoIE..W"-.rc-'.'M0.11ewae- .._-..-.__-... ...>.-/CNw.e- .-_- 'H' ..-.hf- -"....'"*""*,rc -

a number of things." .
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Commissioner Ed Wall questioned ,,
Wilson at length about a convicted '
felon that was arrested at the mission .
August 31. The felon, Howard ..: ..
Johnson, had been found guilty of
grand theft August 25, and releasedon
a recognizance bond, giving his
address as that of the mission. Six 'jj
days later he was again arrested, milLERS ,
and charged with armed robbery of C y &
the Handy Way Store on SR-100 .
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South. WEL OMEI r"" ;
Wilson said Johnson was living in SUPERMARKETS
Reno, but was hiding in the mission
when arrested. ii>T r t tS1
Wall, chairman of the Zoning '$E T'1 7
Committee, moved to deny the re-
quest to-redone and received a se- rho" ,A
cond from Commissioner Travis a ,
Woods. TWvote-t deny the petition ,._. d I-i. t
and uphold the zoning board's
recommendation was 4-0.

Other Zoning.., FLORIDA PREMIUM FAMILY PACK
REPe.: "RON-1 ;
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Attorney Reggie Flynn's petitionto ,
rezone a parcel west of his officeon SPLITCHICKEN Iw ,. >
Georgia St. was approved, :' '<>
upholding the Starke Zoning Board's 17'h !irit

recommendation. There was no op- ,[, j\f'....,',."". G' .Id''E' ES E %I. '". ., '' .
position to Flynn's request. ,, I .... ;/'<..,,,' '" .';".' I .: .if.-
Donald and Peggy Nettles re- ;;4;; '/ f'tf; quested rezoning and a change in the ? := r .;tdt. x,. 'v< .xr. i'. ,
Land Use Plan for 3 lots at 813 N. lVkk--M.rS1,: -c, ".,'
Thompson St., from Industrial to "(, ..7;: .'/" : "RIZZAS; ,{j
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RM1, to accomodate a mobile homeon BREAST [io-,, ) <'fu. "
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the property.Nettles ;l j' "
explained the present '""',>'h" : H EACH ,. ,
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classification does not include PER IB. f'1'2:; << ;" 31 a.l3t3NC; : jj"
residences, and if his home were lost ; ; '-x MJ'M: ; > I't. ,
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to fire or otherwise, he would be : M )":"k.,.
unable In a similar to rebuild situation on the,lot.Peggy Net- t IV4)t ,1hnl.t( ;t
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tles requested the rezoning of an ad- .. ">>. vh,.,*<;: ,." .,' ,J'r
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jacent lot, owned by Peggy and her ,$ 'j; ," t "....,{::1F t.0. J t :
two sisters, Jewel O'Neal and Joyce t ,"('i}/- """"'1'>1 .J,:
Johns. I 1 2 9,' 1..;.... :'. .. r ? 'fi'fl':' <., .j,1tf'.. ,
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The Starke Police Department, \
under the of Chief .P' l
leadership Jimmy APPLES '
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Epps, is sponsoring a Law Enforce- < % ; 'f- ;
ment Explorer Post for local youth. C < ',
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Membership is to l f
open young :5 ,
adults ages 14 and in high school to ( : ;, ':V '.'
age 20. Exploring is one of the : *
phases of the Boy Scouts of America, > .,. ( ;.;,

with other programs, such as i :. ., .J. '
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medical explorers and high adven- : J"
tures. .;" (..j.t',
The intent of law enforcement ex- .. :'': :'
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ploring Is to educate and involve :
youth in police operations, to In-

terest them in possible law enforce- 5 ... iON.' p. wCSt a t>Rx 'Di..YM ,
ment careers, and to build mutual i (
understanding. The education '> A SO
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aspect provides knowledge of law S ., a r'. ,3v ; d 0CCS; Yk s.. t tS -i'i: ;,z ,
enforcement functions, even thoughthe
participant may not enters ,,;.
police work. Aside from gaining a" fi MAINE .. ..
working knowledge of law enforcement -

the participants have the op- a ? >a xia3 C f. .
portunity to make a contribution to sx -# d a t, .,' >< '<>ssr- K;>C
their community. Many depart- "i+' y S'<
ments utilize law enforcement explorer C$
members in such areas as : ii.. y > R '"< '

crime prevention, record keeping, .
radio, and telecommunications.Advisor : :- %#.:f fs<' r ,':.tiff d'M2'vf K. = 'E'Ky< R;,.> "
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to the local ,
explorer postis ,
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Bob Milner, with Chief Epps I .'. .
k3eis- .
representing the sponsoring agency. orksgs$2"r."" 6 %; f'.i 2'F yi,f.I a t o0'. 'f' 1% ? k R, ''i t a" s 3 Walt Westcott is the representativefor > /a lSf. s :F the local district of the Boy ,
Scouts of America. A charter
meeting night is being planned in the
next few weeks.

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PO Russell Nail 1''i-'f

Now In PortsmouthNavy :.b Ir .
Petty Officer 3rd Class
Russell Nall, Jr.:. son of Cornelia ',.::1A. i'vkc1 :
& Russell Nail of Lawtey, recently i :
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reported for duty at Naval School of A BAKERY DEPT. "'-''ii. '
Health Sciences at Bethesda Detach- : ;.t '
ment In Portsmouth Va. ".'I'.
A 1986 graduate of Bradford High
School, he Joined the Navy in May
1988. "


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Law Enforcement Contract Questioned by Hampton Council, :;

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By Jo. GUty small amounts:"We will not even be would be fn attendance at all council merit bonds cry schoof will be out o'n a meter at cash carryover funds from last year. ..:':;'.:
ICT Staff Writer notified when the money will come." meetings and none has been present, "The money is not coming in," Expenses: are budgeted at: :,..
Three newly elected council said Wadsworth.Also according to council members. said Clerk Wadsworth, and the bon- commercial rates instead of the flat .Administration . . .$38,864 :;:-;.
members were sworn in by City received was an invoice in the "We should call a special ding company says'raise rates'.The rate of $30 per month. ]Fire Department. . . .3,000 !lilT
Clerk Gordon Wadsworth after the amount of $900 from administratorsof election," said Padgett, "the mar- present minimum rate is $7.50 per A public hearing on a budget for I Recreation Department. 2,000 it''a,'
close of the special council meeting the grant, Clark, Roumelis and shal's Job should have been called in month for residential customers. the coming year will be held :Sanitation------------------$5,000 :.:::
Wednesday, Sept. 13. Associates, Inc., Tallahassee, for the election yesterday," he said.It Expenses of the water departmentwore September 27 at 7 p.m. :Street Department..22,000 ...
The meeting was moved to administrative costs incurred to was decided to advertise for ap- $19,800 last year, according to Tentative budget figures show an ]Law Enforcement. .. . .20,000 :,:::::
Wednesday, due to the city elections date. plicants for the job for two weeks, city records, and about 125 income of $90,864 Including $12,000 Total . . . .$90,884gS. (..,>' ....:. .
held the second Tuesday,the regular The grant is awarded under the then make an appointment to fill the customers are on the water system, ":
meeting date for the council.A neighborhood revitalization vacancy. with only four commercial users. ... ,
new member on the council is category and can be used for exten- Hampton has a contract with the "We can't maintain" the system on
James (Pete) Thomas,newcomer to ding water mains to Hampton Villas Sheriff s Dept. for $19,000 per year. rates as now set, said Council ORDER YOUR B.H.S. ..;- :
Hampton politics. Jane Hall was and other parts of the city, connections The former marshal was paid $225 Chairman Walden Wadsworth.
returned to the council after several to the water system,and street per week. The town's police car is The$7.50 minimum has been in ef-
years absence, and incumbent June repaving and repairs. not in running order. fect since 1979, according to councilman CLASS RING ;: ;
Haddock,appointed earlier this yearto Elwood Padgett. The $25
replace Frank Bryant who resigned ANew Marshal...? Water Department... deposit now required is not enoughto
from office, was re-elected for a A resume has been received at CI- The water department account "is cover leave the amount town,owed said when Clerk people .))')
full two year term. ty Hall with an application for the pitiful, real pitiful," said Clerk Wadsworth.
position of marshal from David Wadsworth. Councilwoman June Haddock ask LlisATURDAYSEPT.;
CDBG Grant... Crum a former Starke policemannow A mortgage payment of$0,250 us- ed that the figures for income and ; !
An account has been opened for an officer in Bradenton. ed all the reserve fund and $2,050 operating the water department be
monies to be received from a Community Several council members expressed from the regular checking account, posted "so that people could see in ft
Development Block Grant dissatisfaction with the arrange- the clerk said. And about $900 more black and white why rates will haveto J
originally applied for about a year ment with Sheriff Etheridge,that no will be needed the first of October to be raised." 23 10-2 ?
and a half ago, said City Clerk Gor- deputies are regularly seen in the Ray for required tests of the water, The council voted to raise the ;
don Wadsworth. town. minimum charge for water to $9, The Herff Jones Representative :
Wadsworth received a check for The Sheriff's Department is on Attorney Gene Shaw reminded the and raise the required deposit for ;:
$100 from the grant, then a fw days call 24 hours per day, but has no council that a minimum of$5,000 has water hook-up to $50, along with
later, another check for $5,000. scheduled time for patrol through to be kept in the water account at all reducing the grace period for pay- will be in our store : 'J'C
The grant is for a total of $350,000, Hampton, said attorney Shaw. times, a requirement of the bonding ment of past due bills to 10 days. ,
I but will be dispersed to the city in One stipulation is that a deoutv company holding the water depart- Also billing to the 1 lampion elemen- : .=

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I City Passes Two Interlocal Agreementsby J'J'r ; ewelrj Gallery'" &inc. .S,:,.;:.;:.:

104 W. Call St. .. .
I Buster Rahn chase and distribute natural gas. ability and authority to direct ing promulgated by Florida Electric Free Gift with Order $40.00 Deposit Required : :?
Power Inc of
Coordinating Group, ,
The for the delivery to any of the Florida Gas
BCT Staff Writer agreement provides
which Starke is member, and in-
a
I Bill Weldon, city operations users (cities making up the pool, to Transmission delivery points serving cludes owned
manager and utilities director "convey transfer and otherwise any of the members composing city generating .
facilities privately owned
,
interlocaiagreements cede their natural entitlementsto FGU. generting :
presented two gas .
and .
firms
to the Starke Council firm natural gas transportation Weldon says the agreement will cooperatives.In Cox Appliance
Tuesday, Sept. 19, and recommended services, and other natural gas enable the organization to reduce event help is requested the
will with
assisting utility respond
approval of both. transportation service entitlementsas the cost of natural gas, and direct its whatever and +
Tne council: .approved both these services become eligible to distribution to where it is needed, or manpower equipmentis /i f.
available effect
agreements with 4-tf votes. be ceded and natural gas purchasingrequirements" can be utilized to best advantage.FGU transmission to lines, repairs on &
Natural Gas... to a formedentity will be governed by a board generating
sub-stations distribu-
"Florida Gas Utility1' (FGU). drawn from the members witha equipment or
In this agreement, the cities city tion. Participation in any situation is -
Gainesville, Homestead, Jackson- The agreement provides for FGUto chairman Weldon had elected laid the by the groundworkfor group. voluntary, and participation cannotbe Air Conditioning ;
ville, Kissimmee, Lakeland Sebr-
mandated under cir
natural gas for the any
ing, Starke and St. Cloud have purchase approval of the agreement in a cumstances.
and to secure "through
agreed to form a combine to pur- members negotiations or other means. the prior council meeting, and met no Utilities receiving assistance will /
oppossition from council membersin ServiceService ;
be billed for employee time, equip-
motion
getting a to approve. ment rental and materials used.
II Enrollment Record Set by SFCC Mutual Aid... While on assignment, electrical q ,3
workers will be under the supervi-- .
With over 1,000 seats filled, a population shows that 50? of the Weldon presented a Mutual Aid sion of their own foremen, althoughthe and Joe Cox
record number of students began students this term are from Starke, proposal for providing assistance to work will be coordinated bet- Repair on:
Fall semester college classes in 25? from the Keystone Heights area, members in event of electrical ween foreman of the two utilities. All Your friendly
Starke this week at the Andrews 10? from Lawtey,S? from Hampton, power-outages due to storms or Weldon says Starke probably Major Appliances
Center of Santa Fe Community Col- and 10? from a variety of places as other catastrophic causes. stands to gain assistance more often .Air Conditioning repairman..Refrigeration .
lege. far away as Richmond Hill,Georgia. This mutual aid association is be- than sending help,since larger cities Call him today for.Electrical
Dr. Bernard McFadden, SFCC will likely draw assistance from .
coordinator points out this reflects a larger utilities with heavy duty any appliance repair.
phenomena{ increase of almost 28? e ffll '\ already participating .
over the Fall 1988 enrollment of 813. a mutual aid agreement with FMEA
"It is incredible," Dr. McFaddensays P.x 9 (Florida Municipal Electric I 964-7462 I'JOE
"That we have reached this Association). Joining in the second
milestone so quickly. In 1984, the group will widen the base for COX, OWNER
year before th*"Andrews 'Center -. ,assisUnfe Jn fpepttf> a catastrophe, ,For Quality Service & Repair

night opened classes, we had&06sejit3jruie atpradTor! HighTTn. .. w 'tIEr.Weldon: says.Jttt t:1nr.: !' .. '. ... .'.'.Cd,. .-.. -. ,, '. ___ ,

1985, the opening semester in the "
renovated Courthouse, the total was
629. And we thought that was a

remarkable An analysis number.of the"Fall Semester (-, r :

NOTICE OF
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BUDGET HEARINGTHE
Douglas.. .

from P 81111commodating\
CHCr!
encouraging and
cooperative business environmentfrom
local government. A good
public, private sector partnershipwill .
help make our economic BRADFORD COUNTY- ::
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development efforts a success. ,
Other board members selected to ThankKOT1CB flu
serve as officers of the EDC are ;
Kerry Rowell, vice-president; JobE. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ;
White, secretary, and Jerome JI4.-
Johns, treasurer.

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Th. Sew River Solid Y.. Aaeoelntion will aaet in regular ...ten
Tuesday, September 20, 1989 at 7.S0p..to ooncider adoption of the budget TENTATIVELY ADOPTED I ,
umnarized below The Mating will bo. held In the Conalaelon Cbaaber attb.

Baker. County Administration Building. S3 B. 3rd $t. Xaoolanny,

Florida,f"., BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1

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t.. Budget SummaryHew 198990. A PUBLIC Ira
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River Solid Veata Association ',' 1', 'Izvv.
Xorth 3rd Street ,

t Maoolenny, Florida 32003 \ HEARING TO MAKE A .


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'. -General Special Capltal/ '* tt' Total FINAL DECISION ON THE .' :

Fund Revenue Fund


.... BUDGET AND TAXES WILL JOY.-.t

Cash Balance m
Brought Forward 18,000 .213,3030 -01331,303

Betiaatad: Revenuei BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, i.,:I

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Intergovernmental Havenuei -. 0aea.ase 1989 AT ;;
''I SEPTEMBER 27
A) Baker County Dl.7alS.78 f' .,.. i t : ,
B) Bradford County 1110,tOl. 27 .j" I"'" 3.1tj j
C) Union County 83,48f.oa :f',- -Y '. '

.' 8OO P.M. AT THEYBRADFORD f.
Other Financing Source0-' t. -02,092831; 2,892,831 l-4
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Total Revenue and Other ;' ..,
Financing Source 4202,249 -02,892,831 3,164,770 S'7'

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Total Betlmated Revenue > ,. ', ,' '" :'v'l' '" : "
and Balance 277,248 213,303 $2,892,831 3,383,070 STARKE :"'

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Physical Bnvlronnant $277,243 213,303; $aOt *,"n USO'O =
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The tentative, adopted, and/or'final' budget. *,, .... on file in. the office at 'g
the addre** above. ''"'' '' c .11 r
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< etUTOTUALSHugo Bradford' County Has Lucky I



Avoiding Hurricanes Over the Years




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May Go Elsewhere,



But Just in Case It Doesn't



Advisories at noon Wednesday predicted that if Hurricane Hugo continues to

follow a true northwest pattern it could miss the Florida coast and make a

landfall in the area of South Carolina. possible change to a more west-

northwest course would make it more of a threat to Florida, however.No .


matter which way Hugo goes, there is still its "trailer" Iris, a tropical

storm of lesser intensity, to be reckoned with. At noon Wednesday Iris was still .

following a course close behind Hugo.In t'. .. .:r = .


the face of two such possible threats to this area, Bradford County's J ., 3f

Emergency Services Director, Cliff Chapman, says the American Red Cross, :::-'. .. : .: .
the Health and local Explorers Post 460 have been contacted for ; "., -- ''''::: .'. ..'
Department
the Middle School :;\..i;.:.'.. -:.': .:",-:;. 'IJ ..
will be available in ,
...
Shelters .
possible help if the need arises. ) ., ;; "! .
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gym, High School gym, and the Methodist Fellowship Hall. 'I .1&I, ", .. .. ". .
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Hurricane winds usually diminish this far inland, and water damage wouldbe Previous Hurricanes Have Brought Scenes Like This-to Starke (

the primary threat to this area. "If we got from 8 to 10 inches of rain withina .

24-hour period, we'd be in real trouble,' Chapman said. Lakes in this area,

with the exception of Brooklyn are at fairly high levels following recent rains. Bradford County has led almost a the'eye of the storm, which came in Lake took a terrific beating with

Owners of boats would need to take precautions if Hugo is headed this way. charmed life over the years when it from the Atlantic Ocean near St. damage estimated at $20,000.

Wells could become contaminated due to septic tank overflow. comes to dealing with hurricanes. Mostof Augustine,had passed across Bradford viewed skies
the comparatively light damage here County, between Starke and Lawtey, Bradford County sunny
after four and
advised the public has been due to flooding from heavy heading in a westerly direction. Winds again Monday days
Unless Hugo turns in a more northerly course, Chapman nights of continuous wind and rain. The
rains rather than the more costly quickly died down from their 75 to 80
in the course of normal grocery shopping, to obtain things they may need in destruction from hurricaneforcewinds. mph peak and the rain slackened.But county was battered and soaked from
case of major rains and winds, such as batteries, water, canned foods, and stem to stern with 15 inches of water.
matches. Persons who are taking about business Damage to crops, property, timber,
candles and 6 picked
non-electric can openers, The current monster, Hurricane p.m. up roads and bridges was estimated at
prescription drugs are advised to have a supply on hand in case the hurricane Hugo, started off with 150 mph winds south again.this The time wind at was a sustained coming out rate of of the 30 S650.000.

threat becomes more eminent. and wreaked devastation on Puerto to 40 mph, and rain continued to fall in Huge poultry houses in the county
Rico and other Caribbean Islands. sheets. suffered the most structural damage,

Even if Hugo bypasses North Central Florida entirely, it will be good prac- Although its winds have now diminished with an estimated loss of 5,000 chicks
done at the start of the hurricane somewhat, it Is still a dangerous hur- from flooding and disease resulting
tice to do some of the things we should have ricane, with indications now that it from the floods. Feeding was a major
season in June- stocking up on basic necessities, just in case. might hit the East Coast somewhere problem during the storm period when
between Florida and North Carolina. '
heavy trucks found it impossible to

During hurricane season there is no better advice than the traditional Boy Our last brush with a hurricane cameon make deliveries due to submergedroads
Iris be far behind? Labor Day weekend in 1985 when the and bridges.No .
Scout motto, "Be Prepared". For if Hugo passes, can
freak storm, Elena, stalled in the Gulf long distance phone calls could be
of Mexico off Cedar for hours
Key 50 made from Wednesday to Saturday
before coming ashore on a northeasterly morning, and no wireless messageswere
course with weakened winds but car- sent from Wednesday to Friday.In .
rying a heavy load of rain. Bradford some instances worried relatives another
County got four inches, just enough to locations drove hundreds of milesto
make 50 people seek shelter in the reach Starke to check on relatives
Bradford Middle School gym, and they had not heard from.
cause dogs to be evacuated from the
flooded city pound. l Clay Electric Cooperative officials
said Dora was the most widespread
Only twice in the past hundred years troublemaker experienced in the
has Bradford County been directly Co-op's 12 county area.
targeted by a hurricane. The first timeon
record was the so-called "Big Record Rainfall

Storm" of 1896 which swept in from the Measured rainfall during the four- -
Gulf at Cedar Key and cut a path of day period ranged from 11.29 inches at
v destruction northeastward to Fernan- Camp Blanding, to a frog-choking 18.7

.._.. ..", ... . dina wreaking havoc in the Providencearea Several hours later TV newsmen ex- inches at Highland. Starke recorded
&.- .M- of Bradford .( w.1n Union plained hat thiIIhurrl, b .turn-around fire
Count n ;j'- ;;vs ( Cane ::L"If Kdfajftjata, J&ysteWjidifeltfetJ!
I: County). timber in that was due to the running into a tower reported 12.60: and UnioifCountyreceived
area was flattened and farm families cold front near Dothan, Ala., causing it an average of 14.45.Dora's .
stranded for several until make turn and head back
were days to a hairpin
rainfall brought the total for
dirt roads could be cleared of fallen east in the direction of Savannah. This
1964 to a whopping 72.53 inches in Brad-
trees. Schools and churches well action Bradford In the
as as kept County
ford County, more than 20 inches above
:1a residences, were blown down in the range of its winds and rain for another annual
the with 3V4 months
area, and the State Legislature passeda two days.Finally it passed out to sea off still to average,
a special: relief act to aid settlers in the the Carolina coast and blew itself out. go. '
3| stricken area. Northeast Florida had been in the But there are always some lighter
S range of Dora's winds and rain for four moments even during a disaster like
The most damage done locally in this
and Dora. When electric troubles,caused
days nights.
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century was brought on by the double- the temperature to rise in freezers at
dealing Hurricane Dora in 1964, which Heavy Damage ReportedAfter the Salvation Army Camp on Bedford
I hit Bradford County coming and going. Lake, Howard Clark, camp manager,
won the title of "cake man" when he
After the first strike, Bradford Coun-
the back-lash late Thursday
: tians breathed a sigh of relief at 11 loaded up 125 angel food and pound
afternoon,winds blew steadily from the
cakes in his and rode and down
$ a.m., Thursday, Sept. 10, when the South for almost 60 hours. Large public car up .
Highway 100 handing them out to
Miami Weather Bureau that
reported beaches on the north side of Kingsley everyone in sight! \4




.i a. J/15. Letters to the Editor GreenPeaceSupports .,


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---' Some Hunters Are Young People Concerned

iI Not Others RespectfulOf Rights BMS Teacher Says Union CouiityWaste

Dear Editor,

Editor, Telegraph:' There is a lot of pressure put upon our Fight"Manufacturers

3I You are probably tired of reading let- young people by peers and adults. I
criticism of these
mUch negative
ters about the hunt clubs in our area. I '
hope, however, you will find space for young folks. Yet many young adults must b"held responsible -
have serious thoughts and answers con- for of toxic wastes at
just one more. I would like to respond to management
I the recent letter from the Big Buck cerning the country. One such Is Angela the sources where they are generated,"
Si Hunt Club member: Williams, an eighth grader. Here is her Brian Hunt, who heads up
Water Water Everywhere
concern: Greenpeace's anti-toxic waste campaign -

I assume from your letter that you do in the Southeast, told aUdlences
= Bradford County's main threat from hurricanes comes from not own property and live near a hunt "Prayer and Bible study should In Starke, Lake Butler, and Gainesvillelast

5 flooding, rather than wind damage. Hurricane winds diminish In club. Perhaps if you did, you would see never have been taken out of school. It week.

x velocity after striking land, but eight and ten inch rains still dump that our public roads are not used by is essential. If this were still allowed, "The people in Union County don't
hunt club members for simply pullingoff there would be a huge difference in want these wastes and they've been 1
their full measure of water (Telegraph file photo.)
;:. to catch dogs. My husband and I own various problems. If we had religious fighting hard. Greenpeace is going to
the school there would not be
study in ,
R property next to one of the clubs and we as much fighting, drugs and bad at- help them every step of the way to stop
hate the approach of hunting season titudes.Don't you think a few minutes a the hazardous waste treatment plant
because of the disrespect the hunters day is worth the difference from coming to Union County/ Hunt
I r DUI Not Worth the High Cost have for both our property (they use it declared. i
of the club property) Another concerned student David
as if it were part As part' of its Florida tour, the
and the lives of our animals and family Stegall. on the subject of the hunger Greenpeace group held a workshop and

i to drink "one too While these penalties sound harsh to members. I realize it is illegal to hunt crisis: an informational meeting at the Lake
Anyone tempted road but that doesn'tmean
those who from a public Butler school auditorium attended by
= many" and then get behind the steering some, others victimize drunk the hunters don't hunt from it.My "I've always wondered why all of anout 70 Union County residents oppos-
5 wheel of a car or truck would do well to have been by husband was checking our cows last these smaller countries still have a ing the location of a hazardous waste
S inform himself or herself of the possible driversfeel the penalties are inade- year in one of our pastures and a hunter hunger crisis when the U.S. has all of plant north of Ralford.. .'
be quate punishment for a drunk driver shot from the road into the pasture at a these major collection funds that send
I consequences. They can who has caused the death of an Innocent deer running near my husband. He had help each year. Most say that at least Greenpeace, the largest and most ag- I
in terms of Injuries gressive environmental organization in
horrendousnot only
y for husband's life, all he 70-75% of the money goes to the hungry
s. (or even death) that may be in- person.If no concern about my getting a shot at the and the rest goes to the administration. the/world,is opposed to incineration of
cared was
chooses to take his I think, in cases, more toxic wastes, and favors stronger state
s flicted on the driver, his passengers, orE a drunk. driver deer. There have been many mornings some money and federal force
regulations to
occupants of the other car involved. or her case to court in an attempt to when we have been awakened by dogs goes to the administration and not very manufacturers to reduce the amount of
much at aU to the hungry people.
in terms of conviction the costs can a deer in our pastures while goes '
may also be devastating avoid a running .Once they arrested a woman for keeping waste at the plants.
their the
i damages and court costs, and loss of skyrocket to as much as$7,500, or more, hunters are sitting drawn in and trucks spotlights on all the money for herself and none

I driving privileges. .as in the recent case of a woman accus- road with With guns no concern for our cow went to the children that she was supposed Plans are being made to jam the switchboard -
flashing.
a offenders automatically ed of driving 90 miles an hour after hav- that are running up and down the to be sponsoring. Many things in the office of Gov. Bob Mar-,
'First-time like this have happened before and will tines, a hazardous waste plant supporter
'dinner and drinks in a St. not only losing their milk production
t lose their licenses for six months. They ing restaurant. She lost the pasture (from which we derive our In-' probably happen again. with phone call' from

i are placed on probation for up to one Petersburg come) but also scared to death of the Greenpeace activists. "We must get a
ordered to serve 50 hours of com- case. dogs chasing them. Please publish these and let other message to Tallahassee that we want to
It year mumty, service, and fined $500. In addition'to all the other penaltiesand _adults be aa proud u I am for the stand ,place toxic waste reduction; the

costs, the drunk driver's car in- This week my husband and I came these two are taking.The young people number one' priority rather than"
Second-time offenders, if convicted ARE concerned.Baltota building more Untie waste plants, a
had been. today
dog
l find family
home to our
will double or even
surance premiums
jc within five years of a prior DUI offense, and convicted of DUI. shot. I wonder how far these hunters Greenpeace spokesman said "
I f lose their licenses for five years. If the triple arrested. will go to get the game they are chas lrUded

g conviction occurs within three years, No matter how tempting it may be, ing. I find myself keeping my children The Greenpeace tour also

I they are sentenced to jail for at least ten that "one too many" Is just not worth inside, many days during hunting It stops in Polk County-wbere a Virginia
demand from season for fear that the next time mr1 based to build a
them to it corporation proposes
order the terrible price may
and judges can
J days, and victims alike: won't be the family dog but one of my $75 million bazardotw waste plant if it
months in jail. '
to nine drivers
serve up ... children! Do vie,the property owners oI obtains the necessary state,'peID1it.: '
whenIt Citizens in the Mulberry area:' where,I
Bradford County, have no rights .
1 the plant would be located, ar1S moun-
comes to hunting season? made of broken pottery ,
.. were wed by the cMxena of Ancient 'ting an'til-out effort against the pro-:
L eR. Athene to oet rM of unpopular potKMan 'po a1:A farmer Polk County Commlsioner *-,
J : J 7- Lynn Reagan, *. Whenever SOOO or more i.' beiol,.,queet*.4 about
= .. funds from the
= were-'.the official wee sent Into allegedly accepting ;
A Concerned Wife Mother company to help promote the plant.
-would produce as much .* atomic bomt I. evil for 10 years. .
star
neutron ; It energy
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Ncnti-mber 21.; IUM9 TKI.KGKAPII "MAe 5Ak

Elementary News... -
(1' Parties \. .'"
( .' Calendar of Events

.; OCT.2-End of first six weeks. \ Social Meetings
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OCT.a-ft-State Assessment Tests, grades 3 & 5. ; .
OCT.e-Homecoming Parade. Wear red and gray today I -'Weddings I', :
ocr.&-Planning Day.
OCT. 10-Inslde-Out Day for Clothes. 'Engagements ( .
OCT. 11-2 Shoe Day (Wear different shoes). ..
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OCT.12-Report Cards Homo.Wear blue and white today 1 Go Southslde Qirtfis ? j
sharks] :

OCT.12-Countywlde Il/BoundbaU. games.9 a.m.at Southside Elementary.Flag Foot- Items Announcements I .

OCT. 13-It's Crazy Hat Day 1 !, .p
OCT.18-Early Release (1 p m.). I

P.E.OCT.NEWS 27-Southside: Coaches Carnival Tetstone p.m." Clyatt: ([Engagements])1 4J I

Our school will host the annual countywide Boundball-Flag Football ,., .. :A "
games on Thursday,Oct. 12 beginning at 9 a.m.Popcorn and cokes will be ( I r" I Ii
sold for$.25 each.Come out and support our Southside Sharks.. Don't forget. i _:
to wear blue and white to support our team I Taylor-Whitehead "
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PTA NEWS... n
Our 1989-90 Officers are: President Lee Anne Dampier; Vice President. Engagement ToldMr. t .r' i-. wj
Shan Johns; Secretary Pam Thrift and Treasurer Elaine Millr. & Mrs. Allen E, Taylor of '1 I.,,!} i
We are very busy planning our annual Halloween Carnival which wUl be Lawtey announce the engagementand I -. -- Y
on school campus Oct. 27 from 5-9 p.m. upcoming marriage of their [[Weddings } 1-' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hudson I
Parents, we need your help. Please see your child's teacher if you can daughter, Pamela Lynn, to James :
help on the day of the carnival.We our parent volunteers Robert Whitehead,Jr., son of Mr. & Hudsons to Celebrate 60th t
and would deeply appreciate jour involvement in our school carnival! Mrs. J. Robert Whitehead of Starke.
The wedding will be held on GriffisTateWill
February 24, 1990, at the First Bap- Wedding Anniversary Sept. 30
tist Church of Starke. Wed Sept. 23
Pam is a 1988 graduate of Brad Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hudson of Starke will celebrate their 60th wedding
Smith-Wilson Honored With Family Cookout ford High and is employed by The Starke wedding and of Tammy J. Griffisof anniversary Sept.30 with a dinner at their Lincoln City home. Hosting this
T. Dean Tate of
Traci Smith and John Wilson were given a family shower and cookout on Florida State Prison. Newberry will be held Saturday affair will be their 12 children and their spouses.
All and friends Invited. No invitations will be sent.Dinner will
August 19 at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Danny Luke of Heilbron Spr- Jamie Is a 1985 graduate of Brad family are
lovely Sept.23 at 7:30: at the Church of
ford High School and is employed at p.m. be served in the afternoon. The celebration will go on over the weekend, d
God, St. .
on Clair St. in Starke.No
ings.Hostesses 30 to Oct. 1.
Included Mrs. Barbara of Mrs. June Griffis New River Correctional Institution. Sept.
Whaley Tampa local
invitations are being sent.
and have 14
The Hudson were married Sept.28, 1929 in the Brooker area
and Mrs. Magdelene Griffis of Palatka, and Mrs. Daisy Boch of Lawtey. All friends and relatives are invitedto children, 12 of whom are living.
After the cookout Tract John assortment of gifts including a
opened an attend.
The 12 children are: Roosevelt and Willie Hudson of New Jersey; Bar-
vacuum cleaner given to them by their hostesses. Ross-Ashley bara Harris of Moline, 111; E.C. Hudson, Alice Harris,Flora Harris, Cor-

Bridal Shower Honors Traci Smith Engagement ToldMr. Thornton-IIix ine Howard, and Mathew Hudson, all of Miami, and John Henry,Clifford,
and Hudson all of Starke.
To Rudolph Eugene ,
Traci Smith,bride-elect of John Wilson,was honored at a bridal shower &Mrs.Charles Ross of Starke Marry Sept. 23 There are 38 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren.
Sept. 12, given by Mrs. Christie Allen and Mrs. Grace Faulkner at the announce the engagement and ap-- Miss Donna Elaine Thornton and
home at the home of the latter. proaching marriage of their Mr. Robert Reid Hix will be united in
Honored guests included Mrs. Muriel Wilson, mother of the groom, and daughter, Sherry, to Douglas R. marriage on Saturday, Sept. 23,at 4 Goodowns PerformsAt
Mrs.Margaret Johns Mrs.Cindy White,Tract's sisters. Ashley, son of Ms. Adel Starling of p.m. at the First United Methodist Vicky
After the gifts were opened, the guests were treated to a various assort- Starke. Church of Starke.
ment of delightful refreshments.As Their wedding date is set for Oct.6 All friends and family are invitedto Starke Woman's ClubMona
a momento of the occasion, Tract was given a place setting of her at Madison St. Baptist Church at attend.No local invitations are be- Goodowns in
Canova, Music Chairman, presented Miss Vicky a
chosen flatware pattern from the hostesses. 7:30 p.m. All friends and relativesare ing sent. A nursery will be providedfor
invited to attend. the convenience of those with vocal program at the first fall meeting of the Woman's Club on Wednesday -
The bride-elect is a graduate of small children.A Sept. 13 in the clubhouse.
Bradford High School. She is cur- will follow the Vicky sang one song of the Civil War period written by Stephen Foster,
Donna Thornton Honored with ShowersA rently employed at Wal-Mart of reception at the Thornton residenceat "Willie Has Gone to the War", followed by "Love in the Dictionary" by
Starke. ceremony Cellus Dougherty and"Art is Calling for Me"by Victor Herbert.Vicky will
lovely bridal party was held for Miss Donna Thornton on Saturday The groom-to-be is also a graduate Kingsley Lake.Births. sing these three song in the Jeanie Pageant at the Stephen Foster
Sept.9 at the home of Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. of Bradford High School and is Memorial on October 7.
Mrs. Roberts Miss Thornton, and Mrs. Donald Thornton, the bride's employed at Camp Blanding. ( ] She concluded the program with songs by Stephen Foster, "Jeanie with
mother,welcomed guests as they arrived.Mrs.Leslie Biggs invited guests the Light Brown Hair",Y'If You've Only Got a Mustache" and"Beautiful
into the dining area for refreshments. Dreamer". Mrs. Canova accompanied Vicky on the piano. Vicky is a second
Choosing from a bountiful array of luscious finger foods, guests then year student at Santa Fe Community College and is sponsored in the
mingled in the large open,beautifully decorated, great room.Complimenting ReunionSet Jeanie Pageant by the Gainesville Musicale.The .
the lovely refreshment table was a smaller table holding a lush arrangement Padgett : meeting opened with a buffet luncheon catered by Oleta Harden-
of fresh fruits, artistically placed by Mrs. Roberts.A for Sunday w"o brook. The serving table was covered with a white linen cloth embroideredto
lovely monogrammed crystal pitcher was presented to Miss Thorntonas Descendants of Cresie (Sweat) match the centerpiece of pastel colored flowers in a ceramic bowl.The
a gift from the hostesses-. Leslie Biggs, Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. and James W. Padgett will Pheil head table was covered with a white lace cloth over a pink cloth with a
Richard Odom, Mrs. George Roberts, and Mrs. Joseph Valinski. gatherfor ...Erin Danielle centerpiece of yellow day lilies red hurricane lilies and greenery arrangedin
a reunion
family Sunday,Sept 24
Danny Les Pheil of Melrose announce an antique silver fruit bowl. The individual tables were covered with
at the home
Bride-elect Donna Thornton was entertained at a delightful rish, off 231-A of in J.C.Lake&Butler.Myrtle Par- the birth of a daughter, Erin pink cloths and centered with a glass candle holder entwined with fall colored
miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay on Monday, All friends and relatives Danielle, born Aug 25 in Patience flowers. On the piano was an arrangement using a triple wood
Prior and merriment the are encouraged Corner at the Birth-Center in entwined with fall colored flowers.
Sept. 11. to opening gifts,games were enjoyed by candleholder
to attend and
many guests. covered dish. bring a Gainesville.Erin weighed 7 lb.113/4 Mrs. R.A. Green,Jr., President,conducted the meeting; the devotionalwas
Delicious homemade pound cake and topping, along with punch, were oz.Maternal given by Blanche Otto on "Music", citing that pleasant sounds and
served in the dinina area. grandparents are Mr. & sensations bring happiness! and give pleasure.
Miss Thornton was given a meat fork to her chosen flatware pattern as a Mrs. Scott Steffans of Melrose. Guests were Vicky s mother, Mrs. Charles Goodowns,and Kay Frowickof
_ memento of the occasion. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs.A.J. Eaves Paternal grandpanJody are Walt& Gainesville. Hostess committee for this meeting was Saundra Green,
III, Mrs.Joey Reese, and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay. Pheil of Alpine, Tx. Peggy Thomas, Mildred Frick,Mona. Canova,Blanche Otto,Violet Crosby
> and Jeannette Kincaid.
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PARENTS AND STUDENTSThe



Florida Legislature has adopted a new : : L .
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law (F.S. 322.0601)) that could have an .': : ..

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impact on your child's privilege to drive an ,,1':1., .\ ., I,', .'

automobile after October 1 1989. :



I If your child is 16 or 17 years old:



They must THE PROPOSED OPERATING

Be enrolled re-entered, in an educational programand

be participating in class activities and executing

: class assignments. BUDGET EXPENDITURE OF



They must not: .

Be absent for 5 consecutive days or 10 cumulative

unexcused days' in a school year. ,Out-of-school BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD

suspensions do count as unexcused absenses. If this

situation occurs then an attendance agreement

containing changes and timelines must be signed and

the student must'remain in compliance. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSARE



' Be absent for '11 consecutive unexcused days in a -,


school year. / '9.7O PERCENT MORE


Be absent for 20 cumulative unexcused days In a .

school year.Withdraw. :;; '\

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.' from school unless another approved. THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL

educational program is required.

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violated then the school,must notify the parent and. OPERATING EXPENDITURES..

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etDiTOKlALSHugo 1 Bradford County Has Been Lucky I



I Avoiding Hurricanes Over the Years




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Advisories at noon Wednesday predicted that if Hurricane Hugo continues to

follow a true northwest pattern it could miss the Florida coast and make a

landfall in the area of South Carolina. A possible change to a more west-

northwest course would make it more of a threat to Florida, however.No .


matter which way Hugo goes, there is still its "trailer" Iris, a tropical

storm of lesser intensity, to be reckoned with. At noon Wednesday Iris was still ,

following a course close behind Hugo.In .' .' .

the face of two such possible threats to this area, Bradford County's s,

Emergency Services Director, Cliff Chapman, says the American Red Cross, ::>-, .- ':" '.:' .
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possible help if the need arises. Shelters will be available in the Middle School .,..t.'... ."..a.-- .:-<:,. ...-".'..__'"..'......... ,
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gym, High School gym, and the Methodist Fellowship Hall. ,..\.1&.. .......; .. ..._,. u.hJoot.c.'r: .
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Hurricane winds usually diminish this far inland, and water damage wouldbe Previous Hurricanes Have Brought Scenes Like This to :,;: I

the primary threat to this area. "If we got from 8 to 10 inches of ram withina

24-hour period, we'd be in real trouble,' Chapman said. Lakes in this area,

with the exception of Brooklyn are at fairly high levels following recent rains. Bradford County has led almost a the'eye of the storm, which came in Lake took a terrific beating with
Owners of boats would need to take precautions if Hugo is headed this way. charmed life over the years when it from the Atlantic Ocean near St. damage estimated at$20,000.

Wells could become contaminated due to septic tank overflow. comes to dealing with hurricanes. Mostof Augustine had passed across Bradford viewed skies
Bradford County sunny
the comparatively light damage here County between Starke and Lawtey, after four days and
Unless Hugo turns in a more northerly course, Chapman advised the public, has been due to flooding from heavy heading in a westerly direction. Winds again nights of Monday continuous wind and rain. The
obtain they need in rains rather than the more costly quickly died down from their 75 to 80 and soaked from
in the course of normal grocery shopping, to things may destruction from hurricaneforcewinds. mph peak and the rain slackened. county was battered
case of major rains and winds, such as (batteries, water, canned foods, and stem to stern with 15 inches of water.

non-electric can openers, candles, and matches. Persons who are taking But about 6 p.m., business picked up Damage to crops, property estimated timber atS650.000. ,
The current monster, Hurricane roads and bridges was
hand in the hurricane again. The wind was coming out of the
prescription drugs are advised to have a supply on case Hugo, started off with 150 mph winds south this time at a sustained rate of 30 .

threat becomes more eminent. and wreaked devastation on Puerto to 40 mph and rain continued to fall in Huge poultry houses in the county
Rico and other Caribbean Islands. sheets. suffered the most structural damage
Even if Hugo bypasses North Central Florida entirely, it will be good prac- Although its winds have now diminished with an estimated loss of 5,000 chicks

tice to do some of the things we should have done at the start of the hurricane somewhat it is still a dangerous hur- from flooding and disease resulting
ricane
with indications
that it
now from the floods. Feeding was a major
season in June- stocking up on basic necessities, just in case. might hit the East Coast somewhere problem during the storm period when
between Florida and North Carolina. trucks found
wl heavy it impossible to
During hurricane season there is no better advice than the traditional Boy Our last brush with a hurricane came make deliveries due to submergedroads

Scout motto, "Be Prepared". For if Hugo passes, can Iris be far behind? on Labor Day weekend in 1985 when the and bridges.No .
freak storm, Elena stalled in the Gulf long distance phone calls could be
of Mexico off Cedar Key for 50 hours made from Wednesday to Saturday
before coming ashore on a northeasterly morning, and no wireless messageswere
course with weakened winds,but car sent from Wednesday to Friday.
rying a heavy load of rain. Bradford In some instances worried relatives in
County got four inches, just enough to other locations drove hundreds of milesto
make 50 people seek shelter in the reach Starke to check on relatives
Bradford Middle School gym, and they had not heard from.
cause dogs to be evacuated from the
flooded city pound. Clay Electric Cooperative officials
said Dora was the most widespread
Only twice in the past hundred years troublemaker experienced in the
has Bradford County been directly Co-op's 12 county area.
IIMN1, targeted by a hurricane. The first timeon
t -, record was the so-called "Big Record Rainfall
Storm" of 1896 which swept in from the Measured rainfall during the four- -
Gulf at Cedar Key and cut a path of day period ranged from 11.29 inches at
destruction northeastward to Fernan- Camp Blanding, to a frog-choking 18.7
dina wreaking havoc in the Providencearea Several hours later TV newsmen ex- inches at Highland. Starke. recorded
of Bradford County.now Union j w:w P> imId that th\I, \l freakljfh..turn-around. ;:;;;; IIP.J.J fire
H1t County). Practically all timber in that was due to the hurricane. running into a tower reported 12:60, and UnioifCounty
area was flattened and farm families cold front near Dothan, Ala., causing it received an average of 14.45.
were stranded for several days until to make a hairpin turn and head back Dora's rainfall brought the total for
dirt roads could be cleared of fallen east in the direction of Savannah. This 1964 to a whopping 72.53 inches in Brad-
t trees. Schools and churches as well as action kept Bradford County in the ford County, more than 20 inches above
residences, were blown down in the range of its winds and rain for another the annual average with 3'Mi months
area, and the State Legislature passeda two days. Finally it passed out to sea off still to go.
special; relief act to aid settlers in the the Carolina coast and blew itself out. some'
But there are always lighter
stricken area. Northeast Florida had been in the
of Dora's winds and rain for four moments, even during a disaster like
The most damage done locally In this range and Dora. When electric troubles,caused
century was brought on by the double- days nights. the temperature to rise in freezers at
dealing Hurricane Dora in 1964 which the Salvation Army Camp on Bedford
Damage ReportedAfter
hit Bradford County coming and going. Heavy Lake Howard Clark, camp manager
the title of "cake man" when he
won
After the first strike Bradford Coun-
the back-lash late Thursday
loaded 125 angel food and pound
tians breathed a sigh of relief at 11 afternoon,winds blew steadily from the up down
cakes in his car and rode up and
a.m., Thursday Sept. 10, when the South for almost 60 hours. Large public Highway 100 handing them. out to
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i1IP Miami Weather Bureau reported that beaches on the north side of Kingsley everyone in sight! ,



5 --S.--xt J15 Letters to the Editor GreenPeace'


5i Supports

---' Some Hunters Are Young People Concerned

Not RespectfulOf BMS Teacher Says Union County
Others Rights
Dear Editor,

Editor Telegraph:' There Is a lot of pressure put upon our Waste Fight"Manufacturers

g s You are probably tired of reading let young people by peers and adults. I
criticism of these
ters about the hunt clubs in our area. I hear much negative '
folks. Yet many young adults must b-held -
hope however you will find space for young responsible
just one more. i would like to respond to have serious thoughts and answers concerning for management of toxic wastes at
the recent letter from the Big Buck the country.One such is Angela the sources where they are generated"
Hunt Club member: Williams, an eighth grader. Here is her Brian Hunt, who heads up
5 Everywhere
Water Water
concern: Greenpeace's anti-toxic waste campaign -
in the Southeast, told audiences
I from letter that you do
Bradford County's main threat from hurricanes comes from not assume own property your and live near a hunt "Prayer and Bible study should In Starke Lake Butler, and Gainesvillelast .
flooding rather than wind damage. Hurricane winds diminish in club. Perhaps if you did you would see never have been taken out of school. It week.
a velocity after striking land but eight and ten inch rains still dump that our public roads are not used by is essential. If this were still allowed "The people In Union County, don't
M their full measure of water. (Telegraph file photo.) hunt club members for simply pulling there would be a huge difference in .want these wastes and they've been :
off to catch dogs.My husband and I own various problems. If we had religious fighting hard. Greenpeace is going to
study in the school there would not be them of the to stop
help step way
next to of the clubs and we every
one and bad at-
property as much fighting, drugs
the hazardous waste treatment plant
hate the approach of hunting season titudes.Don t you think a tew minutes a
i. because of the disrespect the hunters day Is worth the difference?" from coming to Union CountyHunt
I DUI Not Worth the High Cost have for both our property (they use It declared. \
as If it were part of the club property) Another concerned student David As part' of its Florida tour, the
and the lives of our animals and family Stegall on the subject of the hunger Greenpeace group held a workshop and

tempted to drink "one too While these penalties sound harsh to members. I realize It is illegal to hunt crisis: an informational meeting at the Lake
Anyone from a public road but that doesn't Butler school auditorium attended by
who
ot1 ] those
s many" and then get behind the steering some, victimized mean the hunters don't hunt from it. My "I've always wondered why all of anout 70 Union County resident oppos-
f: wheel of a car or truck would do well to have been by drunk husband was checking our cows last these smaller countries still have a ing the location of a hazardous. waste
; inform himself or herself of the possible driversfeel the penalties are inade- year in one of our pastures and a hunter hunger crisis\ when the U.S. has all of plant north Raiford.. '

I They can be quate punishment for a drunk driver shot from the road into the pasture at a these major collection funds that send Greenpeace, the largest and most aggressive
::: horrendous-consequences. only in terms of Injuries who has caused the death of an innocent deer running near my husband. He bad help each year. Most say that at least environmental organization in .

f (or even death) that may be inflicted person.If no concern for my husband's shot life,at all the he 70-75 and the% of rest the goes money to the goes administration.to the hungry the,world l Is opposed to incineration of
cared about was getting a toxic and favors state
stronger
:: on the driver, his passengers, or a drunk. driver chooses to take his deer. There have been many mornings I think. In some cases more money and federal wastes regulations to force
z occupants of the other car involved. It or her case to court in an attempt to when we have been awakened by dogs goes to the administration and not very manufacturers to reduce the amount of

; may also be devastating in terms off avoid a conviction, the costs can running a deer in our pastures while Once much they at all arrested goes to a the woman hungry for people.keep- waste at the plants.

damages and court costs, and loss of skyrocket to as much as $7,500, or more, hunters are sitting In their trucks on the Ing all the money for herself and none

z driving privileges. as in the recent case of a woman accus- road with guns drawn and for spotlights our cows went to the children that she was supposed Plans are being made to jam the switchboard -
With
ed driving 90 miles an hour after hav- flashing. no concern and down the to be sponsoring. Many things in the office of Gov. Bob Mar-,
offenders automatically
g First-time that are running up
like this have!happened before and will tines a hazardous waste plant supporter
| lose their licenses for six months. They ing dinner and drinks in a St. pasture not only losing their milk production probably happen again. with phone calls from
restaurant. She lost the (from which we derive our income
for to one Petersburg activist "We must get a
are placed on probation up Greenpeace
of the
death
|
but also scared to
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| year ordered to serve 50 hours of corn. case.. them. Please publish these and let other message to Tallahassee that we want to
: mumty, service, and fined $500. In addition all the other penaltiesand dogs chasing adults be as proud as I am for the stand ,place toxic' ,waste reduction rather r. as than the

| Second-time offenders, if convicted costs, the drunk driver's car in- This week my husband and I came. these two are concerned.taking. The young people number building more one' toxic priority waste plants," a
ARE
i within five of a prior DUI offense, surance premiums will double or even home to find our family dog had been. today Greenpeace spokesman said.: '
: years convicted of DUI. shot. I wonder bow far these hunters
lose their licenses for five If the triple arrested. and chas'
I years. will go to get the game they are
I conviction occurs within three years, No matter how tempting it may be, ing. I find myself keeping my children The Greenpeace tour also Included
I they are sentenced to jail for at least ten that "one too many" is just not worth inside many days during hunting stops In Polk County-where a Virginia
and judges can order them to the terrible price it may demand from season for fear that the next time it, m based corporation proposes ttf build a
days
but of if it
won't be the family dog one my 979 million hazardous waste plant
; alike:
to nine months in jail. drivers and victims "'
I I- serve up property'owners'of'Bradford obtains the necessary state, permit.
children) Do we;the
where
whenit Citizens in the Mulberry area, ,
County have no rights would be located art mounting -
the
comes to hunting season? Bcltota made of broken pottery plant an all-out effort against the pro:
FLynn were wed by the citizen of Ancient Commissioner -.
Polk
IV- posal. A former County
Reagan Athens to got rid of unpopular politicians. is. being iquefUaaed. about
Whenever MOO or more funds from the
accepting
allegedly
A Concerned Wife Mother were Mt.the official we sent Into company to help promote the plant.
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OCT. 2-End of first six weeks. SocialItems MeetingsWeddings _
OCT. :3-5-Stato Assessment Tests, grades 3 & 5.
OCT. 6-Homecoming Parade. Wear red and gray today! .
OCT. 9-PIanningDay.
OCT. 10-Inside-Out Day for Clothes.
OCT. 11-2 Shoe Day (Wear different shoes). > 'Engagements
Sharks OCT.I 12-Report Cards Home. Wear blue and white today 1 Go Southside .Qirtfis ..'

bau/Boundbal..OCT-W-Countywlde games.9 a.m.at Southside. Elementary.Flag Foot- Announcements "

ocr. 13-Ifs Crazy Hat Dayl! .
OCT. 18-Early Release (1 p.m.). r, !.n
OCT. 27-Southside Carnival 5-9 p.m.

P.E.NEWS Coaches Tetstone & Clyatt I /
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Our school will host the Engagements j'
annual countywide Boundball-Flag Football ... I'I
games on Thursday Oct. 12 beginning at 9 a.m.Popcorn and cokes will be 11. ,\ ,.
sold for$.25 each.Come ( ki't _" ;; i.:
out and support our Southside Sharks.Don't forget a.l. ..
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to wear blue and white J 4"A ._ '
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Our 1989-90 Officers are: President Lee Anne Dampier; Vice President. ToldMr. ''.i,\ .. :.;,.' t
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which will be Lawtey announce the engagementand u. ] f.t
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campus Oct. 27 from 5-9
p.m. upcoming marriage of their ( J "
Parents, we need your help. Please see your child's teacher if you can daughter, Pamela Lynn, to James WeddingsGriffisTate ..,;>o\.\ "- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hudson:
help on the day of the carnival.We really appreciate our parent volunteers Robert Whitehead, Jr., son of Mr. &
and would deeply appreciate jour involvement in our school carnival! 'Mrs. J.Robert Whitehead of Starke. Hudsons to Celebrate 60th
The wedding will be held on
February 24, 1990, at the First Bap- Wedding Anniversary Sept. 30Mr.
tist Church of Starke. Will Wed Sept. 23 I'

Smith-Wilson Honored With Family Cookout Pam is a 1986 graduate of Brad The wedding of Tammy J. Griffisof and Mrs. Charlie Hudson of Starke will celebrate their 60th wedding;, I a
ford High and is employed by Starke and T. Dean anniversary Sept.30 with a dinner at their Lincoln City home. Hosting this I;
Traci Smith and John Wilson were given a family shower and cookout on Florida State Prison. Newberry will be Tate of affair will be their 12 children and their spouses. ("
held
August 19 at the lovely home of Mr. & Mrs. Danny Luke of Heilbron Spr- Jamie Is a 1985 graduate of Brad- Sept.23 at 7:30 Saturday 01 All family and friends are invited.No invitations will be sent.Dinner will.
at the "
ings. ford High School and is employed at God, on St. Clair p.m.St. Church be served in the afternoon. The celebration will go on over the weekend, I
Hostesses Included Mrs. Barbara Whaley of Tampa, Mrs. June Griffis New River Correctional Institution. No local invitations, in Starke. Sept. 30 to Oct. 1. I
and Mrs. Magdelene Griffis of Palatka, and Mrs. Daisy Boch of Lawtey. All friends and are being sent. The Hudsons were married Sept.28,1929 in the Brooker area and have 14, i
After the cookout,Tract&John opened an assortment of gifts including a to attend. relatives are invited children, 12 of whom are living. r
vacuum cleaner given to them by their hostesses. Ross-Ashley The 12 children are: Roosevelt and Willie Hudson of New Jersey; Bar- ;
bara Harris of Moline, Ill.; E.C. Hudson,Alice Harris, Flora Harris Cor- l
Bridal Shower Honors Traci Smith Engagement ToldMr. Thornton-Hix ine Howard, and Mathew Hudson, all of Miami, and John Henry,Clifford, I

Traci Smith,bride-elect of John Wilson, was honored at a bridal shower &Mrs.Charles Ross of Starke To Marry Sept. 23 Rudolph and Eugene Hudson, all of Starke. I
Sept. 12, given by Mrs. Christie Allen and Mrs. Grace Faulkner at the announce the engagement and approaching Miss Donna Elaine Thornton and There are 38 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren. I
home at the home of the latter. marriage of their Mr.Robert Reid Hix will be united in
Honored guests Included Mrs. Muriel Wilson, mother of the groom, and daughter, Sherry, to Douglas R. marriage on Saturday, 23 at
Sept. 4
Mrs. Margaret Johns & Mrs. Cindy White,Traci's sisters. Ashley, son of Ms. Adel Starling of p.m. at the First United Methodist Vicky Goodowns Performs (
After the gifts were opened, the guests were treated to a various assort- Starke. Church of Starke.All .
ment of delightful refreshments.As Their wedding date is set for Oct.6 friends and family invited At Starke Woman's ClubMona
a momento of the occasion, Traci was given a place setting of her at Madison St. Baptist Church at to attend.No local invitations are be-
chosen flatware pattern from the hostesses. 7:30: pm. All friends and relativesare ing sent. A nursery will be provided are Canova, Music Chairman, presented Miss Vicky Goodowns in a
invited to attend. for the convenience of those with vocal program at the first fall meeting of the Woman's Club on Wednes-
The bride-elect is a graduate of small children.A day, Sept. 13 in the clubhouse.
Bradford High School. She is cur reception will follow the Vicky sang one song of the Civil War period written by Stephen Foster,
Donna Thornton Honored with ShowersA rently employed at Wal-Mart of ceremony at the Thornton residenceat "Willie Has Gone to the War", followed by "Love in the Dictionary" by
lovely bridal party was held for Miss Donna Thornton on Saturday Starke. Kingsley Lake.Births. Celius Dougherty and"Art is Calling for Me"by Victor Herbert.Vicky will
Sept. 9 at the home of Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. The groom-to-be is also a graduate sing these three song in the Jeanie Pageant at the Stephen Foster
Mrs. Roberts, Miss Thornton, and Mrs. Donald Thornton, the bride's of Bradford High School and is Memorial on October 7.
mother,welcomed guests as they arrived.Mrs.Leslie Biggs invited guests employed at Camp Blanding. (C ] She concluded the program with songs by Stephen Foster, "Jeanie with
into the dining area for refreshments. the Light Brown Hair", 'If You've Only Got a Mustache" and "Beautiful
Choosing from a bountiful array of luscious finger foods, guests then Dreamer", Mrs. Canova accompanied Vicky on the piano. Vicky is a se-
mingled in the large open, beautifully decorated, great room. Complimen- cond year student at Santa Fe Community College and is sponsored in the
ting the lovely refreshment table was a smaller table holding a lush ar- Padgett ReunionSet .,.1..J it Jeanie Pageant by the Gainesville Musicale.The .
rangement of fresh fruits, artistically placed by Mrs. Roberts. for Sunday meeting opened with a buffet luncheon catered by Oleta Harden-
A lovely brook.The serving table was covered with a white linen cloth embroideredto
monogrammed
crystal pitcher was presented to Miss Thorntonas
a gift from the hostessesMrs.. Leslie Biggs, Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Descendants of Cresie (Sweat) match the centerpiece of pastel colored flowers in a ceramic bowl. The
Richard Odom, Mrs. George Roberts, and Mrs. Joseph Valinskl. and James W. Padgett will gather ...Erin Danielle Pheil head table was covered with a white lace cloth over a pink cloth with a
for a family reunion Sunday,Sept.24 centerpiece of yellow day:lilies red hurricane lilies and greenery arrangedin
Bride-elect Donna Thornton at the home of J.C. & Myrtle Par- Danny & Les Pheil of Melrose an- an antique silver fruit bowl.{ The individual tables were covered with
was entertained at
miscellaneous shower a delightful rish, off 231-A In Lake Butler. nounce the birth of a daughter,Erin pink cloths and centered with a glass candle holder entwined with fall col-
at the home
of Mrs.
Ray .
Stanwix-Hay
on Monday, Danielle, born Aug 25 in Patience
All friends and relatives ored flowers. On the piano was an arrangement using a triple wood
Sept. 11.Prior to opening gifts,games and merriment were enjoyed by the to are en- Corner at the Birth-Center in candleholder entwined with fall colored flowers.
couraged attend and
bring a
many guests. ,
Delicious homemade covered dish. Gainesville.Erin weighed 7 Ib.113/4 Mrs.R.A. Green, Jr.,President, conducted the meeting; the devotionalwas
pound cake and topping, along with
punch, were Blanche Otto "Music" that sounds and
served in the dinina area. oz.Maternal grandparents are Mr. & given by on citing pleasant
Miss Thornton was a meat fork to her chosen flatware sensations bring happiness and give pleasure.
liven pattern as a Mrs. Scott Steffans of Melrose.
Charles Goodowns and Frowick
Guests were Vicky ,Mrs. Kay
momento of the ,
occasion. Hostesses for the Mrs. A.J.Eaves Paternal
evening were grandparents are Walt&
- of Gainesville. Hostess committee for this meeting was Saundra Green,
III Mrs. Reese and I
Mrs.
Joey Ray Stanwix-Hay. Pheil
Jody of Alpine, Tx.
Mildred Frick Mona Canova Blanche Otto Violet
.. ,. Peggy Thomas, .,, Crosby
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PARENTS AND STUDENTSThe


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Florida Legislature has adopted a new : '.
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law (F.S. 322.0601)) that could have an W.C" !

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impact on your child's privilege to drive an ." ::,.', I' '' ". '"" "' :! '

automobile after October 1 1989. "


I If your child is 16 or 17 years old:
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They must: THE PROPOSED OPERATING

Be enrolled or re-entered In an educational programand

,be participating In class activities and executing


class'assignments.. BUDGET EXPENDITURE OF


They must not: .

Be'absent for 5 consecutivedays or 1O cumulative .
.
unexcused days in a school year. Out-of-school BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD 1

suspensions do count as unexcused absenses. If this

situation occurs then an attendance agreement

containing changes and timelines must be signed and

the student must,remain in compliance. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


: Be absent for 11, consecutive unexcused days In a .
1
'
school year.

r ARE 9.70 PERCENT MORE

Be absent for cumulative unexcused days In a- i

school year.Withdraw. : ;i
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.. from school unless another approved. THAN LAST. YEAR'S TOTAL
,
.
educational program is required., ,

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If any of the provisions of the Items listed above are;: : .

violated, then the school, must notify the parent and; "' OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

child of their intent request suspension of-the,.:. r':' ., :. I. "

Driver's License. ?I\' \ \;:,
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Attendance/ means they are to attend schoolregularly. ,. ,'. }T'f', :I I \ !! '' ;: r$. .
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Florida Law requires that the parent report .;, \i1' *.*.;" '. \.. :' ." ., ,
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and explain the cause of any absense of their child; from .:; .r." ..' :.. .' .. '. \; ,", :
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Economic Development Annual MeetingScheduled

\(Church .News \ 101st Birthday CelebrationHeld for Sept. 22 at Fairgrounds
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.1 Honoring Mrs. O'Quinn The Bradford County Economic more and better Job for Floridiansby
and diversifying
Development Corporation will have further broadening
CelebrationOf .. its annual meeting and banquet at the state's Mayberrywas
Life Mrs. Selitia O'Quinn celebrated her 101st birthday with a reunion held the Fairgrounds on Friday. Sept. 22._ appointed Director! Sept.1961.
SundayThe Saturday in Perry. Mrs. O'Quinn had ten children (five of which are now and serves under the Secretary of
Starke Church Of God is hav- deceased),approximately 25 grandchildren,46 great-grandchildren and 28 ,I r : Special guest speaker for the Commerce Lt Gov. Bobby
ing a Senior Adult Day on Sunday, great-great-grandchildren. meeting will be Steve Mayberry, Brantley.
Sept. 24.The Three great-granddaughters now live in BrookerJoan Barnes, Vera .. Director of the Division of Economic Tickets may be purchased for
seniors will be Incharge of the Prescott, and Wanda Listzwan. Development, Fla. Dept. of Com- $12.50 each. Call Ingrid Smith,
morning service. Dinner will be merce. 964-7375 for reservations or information. -
served for all seniors 55 and older in .
the fellowship hall at 12 noon. In this position,Steve Mayberry Is
The church is located at 422 N. St. .\tj responsible for planning and
has the rare ability to sleep under water.
African antelope
Clair St., Starke. Come celebrate Sitatunga an I"I development of programs to create
with us.Faith. Selitla Ilendry Ellison O'Quinn

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Baptist Sets -

Special ServicesThe USDA Choice BeefBOHELESSRBL

Faith Baptist Church in F
Lawtey wil be having special ser-
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vices Sept. 21-24. Services will be at _
7:30: p.m. on Thursday & Friday,
then 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sun

day.Pastor Ron Crisp 'of Independence NEW YORK STRIP 4 8

Ky., will be our guest

come speaker.hear The God's public Word.is encouraged to STEAK/T BONE OR


Whale of a Sale'
PORTERHOUSE
At Keystone MethodistThe

Keystone United Methodist
Church will hold its annual whale ofa STEAK
/
sale on Saturday, Sept. 30 beginn- Lb.
ing at 8:30 a.m. The sale will be held

at South.the Church, located on Hwy. 21 I- SIM. MM. TUM. WED.SO. IHUN Ml. SAT,

Included in this year's sale are a 11 1. 11 22 23
wide variety of flea market items I.
from clothes to furniture. A
Country PrIces .ta tills ad MDllda
Store will feature Jellies, jams, good
vegetables and baked goodies.A Sept. 11 thru Sunday, Sept. 24. 1989.
BBQ chicken dinner with
chicken, baked beans, cole slaw anda
roll for $4 each will be available. ora
Orders for cut firewood will also be
taken. Firewood will be delivered to Grade Average 0 11 mm

your home for $50 per load.
In addition, the Civitan Regional
Bloodmobile will be on site for

donors entire convenience.The community. is invited to (1(1TURIL'E

come out and enjoy the day. For ad- ( .

church ditional office information at 4733829., contact the (


IMt. Pisgah AME t 1 I

To Have ConcertMt.
U.S. No. 1
Pisgah AME Church will present -
a big Gospel in Concert Pro
gram on Sat., Sept. 23, at 7:30: p.m. WHITEPOTATOES
The Son of Glory of Los Angeles,
Calif., will be guests, along with
some of our local talentThe Carter
Family, Mrs. Jessie Mae Berry and
others. Lb
Admission is $5 in advance, $6 at
the door, and $3 for children 3-13. Country Pride. 2 LiterCoca


( MeetingsW. ) w BreastFILLETS Classic Cola $99


T. Weeks, UDC
Lb.
rillas, Fall Meeting Bag, .
;;; &
TENDERS Yellow
-/tfrogram! / plans for the coining
year were discussed at the meeting A Frozen 95 Onions. 3 Lb. Bag .f.g ,w
of the W.T. Weeks Chapter UDC. Grade
which was held at the Bradford 98
Family Restaurant on Monday $2' Diet Coke, d
Sept. 18. Programs to be stressedwill TURKEV Caffeine Free Diet Coke
be accounts of the battles fought I
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the War Between 2 Liter Diet Sprite ( i
during Research will be made to the identify States. T Sprite........... ....... 1.09 -
men who fought in them from Brad- BREAS
ford County and also ancestors of

chapter Mrs. Franklyn members.Weisgerber, Presi- 21-25 Ct. Coors & California Iceberg
dent, conducted teh meeting and an-

meeting nounced will that be held the at next her home chapter in S JUMBOSHRIMP Coors Light 7 LETTUCE
,
Keystone Heights on Monday, Oct. 128 )
18 at 2 p.m.Luncheon.
followed the business 12 oz./12 pack
meeting. The table was centered
with arrangements of American,
Confederate and State of Florida
flags and red placemats adorned
each place. Lb.$699Lb.


School Menus $569 \\\b\ Head


Sept. 25-29*
Bradford Elem.&Middle School
MONDAY* Hamburger on Bun, Lettuce, e a s .
Tomato,Pickle French Fries, Brownie Milk i 1 I L
TUESDAY! Chicken Noodles, Cheese Stix' ,
Green Beans Peaches, Cookie,Biscuit,Milk.
WEDNESDAY! Fried Chicken.:: Rice & Gravy,
Turnip Greens,Fruit Cup Cornbread,MIlk.
THURSDAY! Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce, Cheese

Stlx.FRIDAY Garden Pizza Salad, Tater, Fruit Tots Cup, Cole,::Milk Slaw, Choco- 3 Oz. Veg. BeefShrimpBeetChicken / I 32 oz. 8.5 Oz. Beef Stew/Chili With Beans/ 2 Ct. Deep Dish Pet-Ritz
Nut Bars,Milk. Ramen PrideNOODLES I Lasagna/Macaroni! W/Beef/Italian PaSIa/
Bradford High School DEL MONTE 8.25 Oz. Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce f PIE SHELLS
MONDAY! Barbecue on Bun, Tutor Tots,
Peaches,Cookie:: Milk. MICROWAVE/ LUNCH BUCKET !
TUESDAY! Fried Chicken,Macaroni Cheese, CATSUP !I, !
Green Beam, Applesauce, Brownies, Biscuit

'Milk.WEDNESDAY! Cheeseburger, Buttered Corn, 5/89/ c fIIiWIIj! ,"'"" 99c 2... 99 c
Fruit Cup,Choco-Cookle, MIlk. 11t '
Fruit THURSDAY Crisp Hot! Lasagna Rolls: ,Milk.&Cheese,Garden Salad, 89

Friday! Hamburger; ,Gravy, Mashed Potatoes ... .
Turnip Greens,Cpc't"'t, cake:: ,'-ombread,Milk. r r a p .wa-:



(Legal Notices 46 Oz. Mt. Olive Kosher 15 Oz.Northern/Pork- Blackeye Peas/Pintos/Great& Beans 6 Oz. Assorted 10 Oz Chicken EncMUda/9.123. Oz. Beet
J Enchilada Rancnera/675 Or.: CMckm: Or
DILL PICKLES LUCK'S BEANS YOPLAIT!: YOGURT Bwf Fajrias

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NOTICE Of PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF WEIGHT WATCHERS EUTREES

ORDINANCE STARKE BY FLORIDA CITY COMMISSION $139 ; 3/$1/ wc 3/$1/ '


iwrolnaftcr NOTICE Ordinance IS appears HEREBY GIVEN will, whose be that eonsldorod the title proposed / :t', ab.d $199 .

J.:. for final enactment 6n the 3rd day of October I
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: 1989 at ,the City Commission 10., I
Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m., In the I
City Hall 209 N...Thompson Street -
Stark, Florida. A of sold Ordinance .
may be Inspected copy by any 22 Oz. Aerosol Juicy Red Hawaiian Punch Or Cherry 10 Oz. Assorted Flavors
Punch Kool-Aid
member of th. public at th.office of th. Grape/Tropical KooterDRINK
City Clerk In th. City Hall, Starke, NIAGARA STARCH BOXES LACHOY LITE
Florida. On the first above-mentioned
all Interested parties may appear and be
I
heard with respect. to this proposed Or

dinance.AN ORDINANCE. AMENDING CHAPTER 990 $139 $199

OP CITY OF STARKE ORDINANCES TO .
,CHANGE THE RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE 6 Pack
RATES; COMMERCIAL' DUMPSTER REN-
TAL RATES AND COMMERCIAL DUMPSTER -
DUMPING RATES;.PROVIDING. FOR
AN,EFFECTIVE DATE
.
TERENCE M.BROWN, P.A.
>, By:Dario'Jean Christopher t t 110 1
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Ittt Sony I Sen. Grant Pays Visit to Bradford County 1!. t


by Joe Cltty represents Bradford County along be a limit on the amount of money trol approach I Is working In UM drug
StaR with 23 other counties In north central used to get elected, however, Grant war for the abort term,he says but along '
m aCT Writ.rUnited
States Bill Florida, from Leon County on term control for the drug problem
Grant most Congressman of Monday, the west to part of Clay to the east said.A recent trip to central Americawas to to develop a mentality 'I
Sept.18,spent in Starke, visiting with constituents and Wakulla and part of Bay to the a"disturbing trip,"he said.The against drugs > over a period of a
.LorJe in the ,calling on the south. three countries visited "are truly generation or more, much .* boa :
county
Chamber of Commerce and conduc- Florida's Dist. 2 may be the poverty stricken." been done. with cigarette smoking..
district of
largest congressional east
Dennis ting a history class in the afternoonat
the Mississippi River; perhaps a i
Bradford High School. district in Maine Is a rival, said I
Congressman Grant, R-Dist.2, Grant, speaking to the combined II I ii
classes of teachers Ronney Harris i
and Scott Allen, instructors of ii
history and economics at Bradford IU' '
High School. Allen is also counselorto i
the student council.
t "The problem with a large I i p:4j---:
.......... .,.. . . . . . . . . . . . . geographic district is that I have 25 ,
..'. .g" : : : : : : : : : : : :- :-:- :-:.:-:-:-:- :-: Chambers of Commerce and 28 Industrial .
-.:-.:.:-.:-.....$. 9.'DOWN'-, . . . . . ..PER. ..WEEK. . ................... Development Authorities to w h, L".;.
maintain contact with instead of just
1978 LTD 1980 MAZDA 626 $795 one as in, for example, a district in s, L JfrC.i o
;
$1295 Detroit, Grant said.
2DR,PS, ,AC _
FB 2 DR,SPEED "I just looked at my calendar this _
morning. My next day off is
:1981 FORD GRANADA $1495 1978 RICK SW $695 Thanksgiving Day. I will be working I
PS,PBAC., v >.'" PB,PS,AT day weekend,"he said.
. . . . . . every every
': : : : : : : . . ' . . The workload is somewhat differentin ,

:::----1:::::::::" ,:,: 9'" ,:DOWN.:.........,::::::::::::::::::::::.$40. "p'.E'R':.,........::WEEK.........,...,:::::::::::::::::: Other an urban Topics.district..such as Detroit. I

BONNEVILLE 1980 DODGE MIRADA$2495 Grant addressed other topics and
PS.PB,AC I $1495 2 DR 6 CYL entertained questions from the ,
students: ,
1978 DODGE D100 PU 1981 DODGE D150 PU ."Dan Quayle has a genuine
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$1995 $2295 grasp of foreign affairs, In
6 CYL,AT
6 CYLAT twB
But
to
a question. some
people response do not come across in the Anita Rink Pins Rep. Grant... .
1981 CHEVY C10 PU 1977 FORD T-BIRD
$1495 media as well as when you meet Chamber Executive Anita Rink pins an"I love Starke"button on Rrp. .1
v8,AT PS AT PS,PB.AC $895 them close up, said Grant, and Bill Grant during his visit to Chamber: offices. .
. . . .' . . '.' . ............................... Quayle is one of those. worehe button nil/ il.iy.. Monthly Sept. Is Grant
:---.N.: : : E.W' : CAR'TRADE': INS': . . . "There is something mysterious -
: : : something magic about the The countries are nil under Marxist Grant was accompanied by his liaMm -
: : : : :::::::::: : : : : :::: :: :: : : : :::::: : : : : : : : : : : : : :): Whitehouse, an aura that seems to regimes and being (there,' you > officer from lake'City, Mike .
:. . . WITH .WARRANTY: : : . . . . make better people out of those who begin to feel why they embrace com Kennon, and his campaign director,
go there. Who would have thought munism, he saYII.Communism Nathan Sharron Tnlluhns.spp.
DOWN WK PRICE that Harry Truman would have illl more immediatecure Chamber Executiye Director
ji made a strong president, or for that I IOIl'lhl''nvl'rtythuy. think,than Anita Rink presented Grunt with an .
1984 in}.';y PS,PB,AIR $399 $35 $2995 matter. ,Abraham Lincoln?" a democratic program, but the "I love Starke" button which he
"Claude Pepper was an orator socialized system is seldom realized wore throughout the day.
1984 CA .LIER- DOOR AT PS,PB,AC $399 $35 $2495 without peer. His death created" a .
great hole in the legislature. "The task before us Is to somehow "I love to contact sm industries
1984 CHEYETTE, 2 DOOR ATACNICE $399 $35 $2495 PAC's (Political Action Commit- provide enough immediate help and be able to say,"Starke, Floridais .
ties) are all over the political spec while at the same time developing a seeking an industry." Grant said.
1984 TEMPO DOOR 4 SI PS PB,AC $499 $40 $3495 trum and money donated for cam- lasting program for establishing And help in training for specializedjobs
paigns is usually, for past actions or Democracy theie." can l be worked through the vo-
1984 CAVALIER AT PS,PB,AC $499 $40 $3495 for stated positions. There ought to The supply side, interdiction con- tech school, he told Ms. Rink.4T.

1983 MALIBU SW AT PS,PB,AC $499 $40 $3495 -

1983 DIPLOMAT 4 DOOR AT PS,PB,AC $499 $40 $3495

1984 OLDS OMEGA 2 DR AT PS,PB $499 $40 $3495 e

1981 CHEVY CITATION 4 DR AT PS PB,AC,LOW MI $499 $40 $2495

1977 DODGE VAN WINDOW VAN 12 PSGR $499 $40 $2695

1984 GRAN PRIX AT PS,PB,AC $599 $45 $3995

1984 OLDS DELTA 88 V8,AT PS,AC $599 $45 $4495

1980 TOYOTA CELICA 5 SI AC,EXTRA NICE $599 $45 $2995 'p'

1980 DATSUN 200SX AT AC,SHARP CAR $599 $45 $2995 -



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Board County LGEK *BV IMPORT: 154 OOCOlLtGE ,

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made available to the I



Public a Copy of the Ii i



1989-9O County Budget. LET US PUT -- SebastiamPRICES \


You may pick up a copyat A CASE OFBEER :


the Bradford County. !
IN YOUR TRUNK! .
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I .!other arrangements. GIN/RIWVODKA


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BUS Lady's Volleyball Team in High Gear Thank You. \:'


After splitting openers, losing to overall. Jackson- served 8. mons'again-' led the scoring by serving Residents of Hampton
3-A Santa Fe in their second outing, Meeting North Marion at Sparr The same story holds for the eight points each, LaTara serv- of
the lady Tornado vollelyball team last Thursday, Sept. 14, Coach Inez match played in the Starke gym ing five aces. Aurilla Williams servo for electing me for the position
I. has coasted to two easy wins in Diggs' girls jumped off to an early Monday, Sept. 18. The lady Tornadoes ed six points with three aces. Town Councilman. Your support is
district competition: and a third win lead in the match and won in two took the match in two easy Again traveling to Clay High at
over Clay High, Tuesday, Sept. 19. games, 15-5 and 15-1. Annette Simmons games, 15-3 and 157. Green Cove Springs, the girls wonSeer.,12A sincerely apprecla d i
They are now 3-0 in District, 4-1 served 12 points and LaTara LaTara Jackson and Annette Sim ,

II JV Girls- Team- Opens with Four Straight WinsThe ffJ $ ;/ / :I

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Bradford High junior varsity there was Brandy Ross. three games. The first game was says Coach Butler,winning the first assm stis w volleyball team opened the season Thursday's win was over North won easily by Bradford 15-7. game 15-10, losing a hard fought se- VIDEOSouth
last week by winning three matches, Marlon by scores of 15-10, 15-5, 15-9. Forest fought back to win game cond game 14-16,and giving the rubber MIDNIGHT
and added a fourth win Monday Latara Slocum was again the No. 2 15-10 but the junior lady Tor- match away with a third game Next to Pinehurst VarietyFree
night, Sept. 18, at home against leading server. nadoes fought off a 10 to 2 deficit in loss of 415.Although. on Hwy. 100. Nintendo and
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Their first loss came Tuesday, Kendra Thomas, LaToya Davis served 10 consecutive points to lead she is proud of her team, VCR Rentals Available I It
Sept. 19, to Clay High at Green Cove LaTasha Powell, LaToyia Sims andStephine 12-10. and finally win 16-14. it now has a 4-1 season record, she < '',. ,. .Monday-Wednesday 2 Movies for*3.0Q .>,'.;'-
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Monday, Sept.10, the JV girls won Getting off to a good start, these Forest fought hard and came backto learn as the season goes on. ". Thuroday FA' ,Sat.* &! Sxwu$2.50 Each: t:
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win was over Santa Fe, The JV squad continued its winn- and match for a 4-0 season to date, day, July 21) at home against Nintendo Games$1.50 Each
in three extremely close games, ing streak Monday, Sept. 18, The girls suffered a mental let- Eastside with the JV game scheduled Nintendo Machines$5.00 Ea. Day
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KJSg"MITCHELL'S their Immediate families are welcome to scored In the Bradford High School game each
"Old DRUG STORE enter, but there is a limit to one entry per week (except the Tornadoes open week In that r
Fashioned DRUGS Personal Service"GENERIC person each week. case we will use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker.
WORKER'S COMPENSATION AVAILABLEc 2)) The entry must be on an official blank Please fill in the points you think will be scored
We Honor Most Insurance Cards from the TELEGRAPH and must be droppedoff by the Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent
a Russell Stover Candy Hallmark Cards at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. combined In the tiebreaker blank. For instance, v
Soda Fountain each Friday afternoon. Fill In all the blanks if the score in the Tornado game was Tornadoes
COMPUTERIZED PHARMACYSINCE with either the name of the team you think 19, Opponents 7, the correct score was 26 P

Atlanta will win or "tie" If you think the game will points.
Indianapolis
1905 vs end In a tie. The person who picks the most'' 4)) All decisions of the Judges will be final. A
.,,127 STARKE E. CALL 9647810MOSLEY names right will win the top prize.Jackscfn"1". second tiebreaker will be used If necessary.
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6 Buffalo vs Houston 145 SW 6th Ave. US 301 South @
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620 S. Walnut (US 301) 964-8293
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Tele:964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jax.282-4522 FREE shoe rental with this ad $
OPEN Monday-Friday 8:30-8:00 Sat.9-6 Sun.1-6 Call For Reservations 964-8175 (. PEPSI 19

Rent-A-Lane Special Sat Sun 1pm 7 pm


4o San Francisco vs Philadelphia KHHS vs PK Young LA Raiders vs Denver


TEAL TILE I WILLIAMS JEWELRY MITCHELL'S DRUGS I

I\\\\\ih/\ Family Owned and Operated Jewelry
& MOSLEY TIRE CO.
CARPET INC. "i '.
Repair
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131 N. Cherry Fl. 446 W. Madison St. 964-7065
7423Starke, 'WL1fl In the Wlnn Dixie Marketplace Watch1t
964- I 1371 S.Walnut St. 964-4367 Repair ORIAN WELLS CHEVY OLDS r
In Deerfoot Village Shopping Center

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a .y. Chicago Detroit. .._, U of F vs Louisiana Tech EYEGLASS STORE .v


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Complete Eyewear ServiceSANDRA SONNY'S BAR-B-QUE
Automotive. Commercial Marine
WHIFFEN!: -Owner- Licensed Optician Form Equipment Lawn Mow.

a.PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED MotorcycleDOUGLAS .JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
CONTACT LENSES .v
LENSES DUPLICATED BATTERYOF
SUNGLASSES STARKE LANES
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New Orleans WILLIAMS JEWELRY ,
vs Tampa Bay 9CW.964-7911 Hwy:301
a Monty Gatta 4O7 N. Temple A_. .v

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SONNY'S OF STARKe- STUMP'S STUMP'S DEPT. STORE

DEPARTMENT STORE
NY Jets Miami i
vs Bradford Square Starke 964-5423
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
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Wilbur Waters Ray Norman Esther B. Ellerson i Wilbur Waters. Ray Norman Esther B. Ellerson

Chairman of Board Clerk to Board County Finance Dir. ChsiunW of Board Clerk to Board County Finance Dir..

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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FISCAL YEAR 1989-90
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; tMER t NRY MOSQUITO SPECIAL GRAND
GENERAL TRANSPORTATION FINE/FORFEITURE HEALTH SOLID WASTE (EJTT) CONtROL REVENUE
ESTIMATED REVENUE: FUND FUND FUND ...FUND.. FUND UNDO w FUND FUND TOTAL County milage Breakdown

Taxes $1.396.119 $ 115,933 $ .100: $66,403 4 1 1QQ $ $. $1.578,675 General fund S.44S

Special Assessment T 6291080. i 220,9 2 Q 850,000) Transportation trust fund .688
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State Grants : ';,.\.;;-: ,'. '" .:. .
67.215' ,: ., '. : : 60,40121..cI0' 67.507 222.632 6.627Mills
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Other Fees 84.418 ,45.907 .' ..... ..636.570.., 684.653 43 594 266,104 1761.247
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Miscellaneous Revenue 493.908 134.U6 .' .,2.508 901 2,875 634.308> County Property Tax Valuation
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Less 5Z Discount ,,126.539CR "" 1,.8S," 8.00
59.946CR' ,, ::,63,413CR','.' 3.320CR 34.278CR J6/25ACR, 25.793CR 329.539C :: .,.. ,

Balance Forward Cash 558.528 217.820 1?'...38""! '160.614' 148.420 1.259.760 .. tj11,;, \.., _

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Transfer Funds : 250,830'. 493.171 744.001 .n..., m ''
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EMERGENCY MOSQUITO SPECIAL ': :
G1fnAL TRANSPORTATION lINE/rORFuruu IitM.Tft SOUl WASTE (EMT) CONTROL REVENUE CRAND.:. r I
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE FUND --. FUND RJ11D FUND FUND FUND FUND :TOTAL !

General Operating Cost, $ .4)9,088' 401.345 $ 33..15 469.48a. ,',478,990.. .. .. Z44.906 $103.682 J" ,$214,734 4 2039.843.'

Major Office' Supplies a. Capital" Costs 94,09 105.462 ;}I"nS05'" 4.309 19.038 12.971 N : 278.354

"' Other. Lega, Computer 4 Insurance Cost '1(8,687. 199371. 1.37.644", .., d-21.544"; 13.080 r 338.287 778.613, ..'

Mandate Contrlbutions/State/Other Costs '556,259. f..; .' .. .. ",,.rs.1 f'v'' .N" '.." ',',' 'i'I, : 11,,;:''I, ", ; 556.59 ,,.,
Reserves' .' 64.727, : '. :' ',,36.500:1' '< 1,908 ,."+ : .2,500. ,IU.UO 232.745 '
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Communications. Operating Cost 109.999.. ;''' ,; '.:'.:''N';:,,: ,' 'c,' '. ', 750 1.320' 'I" 1.000 5.600 .'118.669
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"fr'' Engineer/Contractor Operating Costs" -1.,,, :.t./i',,. "O,,."9O84- ('M1';.;, ;'t II"! t.' ",; ;'.I. }I \ "" .,1 \\i,I.r 1I: i'. ( 1SL000sJ:.. 1,It.t.t.l r, '\';I1!. /,; f'i/\tl\ : '. ;3.462A.:: :';:' ;' 96370ra
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Mark Friedlln Sept. 23 for a big klrk-off to the The day begins at 12 noon and
BCT Staff Writer 11)89 hunt Ing season. guns will begin firing shortly jes
Hunters and their families will The event Is sponsored by the afterwards as the first of the
be heading for the Keystone Keystone Heights Sportsman shooters take their places on
Heights Airpark this Saturday. Club which bases Its activities the range.
on the remote property near (the There Is no admission charge.For .
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range, door prizes and food Need An Electrician? worship Him with us:
drinks and music for cveiyone.
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moonwalk for t the kids. III' Ic'' First r st i txrc
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CALL FOR BIDS
Phone ., Florida, In the City Hall, until
: ((904)) 388.0336
I Sealed Bids will be received by the CI.
6:30
p.m. on Tuesday October 3. 1989. .
ty of Starke the Hall In Stark.
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City
Mid.State Builders ot which lime and place all bid received I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 1217 Exchange Florida until 10:00: A.M., Tuesday, Oct. will be publicly opened and read aloud ,
N W. 16th Av.nu.Galn..vlll. flf',
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF 3, 1989 at which time and place all bids on the following: .
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Florida '
FLORIDA, IN.AND FOR .BRADFORD 32601 received will be publicly opened and "
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Phone Composite Sampler (ISCO Model
: ((904)) 375.0615 read aloud the 014\\
COUNTY on following:
NOTICE OF 2710 or Equlvolent( '':
INTENTION
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CIVIL DIVISION One ((1)) garbage truck rear loader. 1 i
4 Gallon
TO Polyethylene Container
REGISTER Bid In the form
REGISTER Case No. 89432CAMID security of a Bid Bond The bids are being asked for the
FICTITIOUS I 1. MI-CAD 8att.ryI
NAME executed by the Bidder and
a qualifiedsurety following:
FICTITIOUS NAME STATE TRUST II,
117 Vac Power
or a certified or cashier check A. Complete package, packer body, Converter/Battery f
Pursuant to Section Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida a Delaware Business Trust Charger f
86109. Florida on any national or state bank In the ij
cab and chassis .
Statutes that the Plaintiff as specifiedB
notice Is hereby
given ,
Statutes, notice It I. 3/6" x 10' Vinyl Suction Line with
hereby given that amount specified In the I
the specificationsmade
undersigned undersigned VIRGIL A. BERRY D.C.,864 va As specified, but with the City of Strainer.
BEN C. HOLTZENDORF Rt. payable to the Bradford County Stark. supplying the cob and chassis
N. Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida CLARA E. LEE.
4 Box The of Stark. the
1025 Stark. School City reserves right toaccept
Fl Board
32091. must each bid
sole accompany C. The unit
under as but
32091, sole owner doing business a tingle woman. specified a
owner, doing business under the firm the firm name of ACCIDENT AND FAMI as guarantee that the Bidder will not demonstrator being bid. Must have less or reject any or all bids.

name of R.D. MACHINE & FAB. Rt. 4, LY CARE CENTER 864 N. Temple Defendant.NOTICE. OF SUIT withdraw from the competition after than 10.000 milesSpecifications Sealed bids should be marked "SEAL. .
Box 1028. Starke. ED BID, COMPOSITE SAMPLER, to be
Florida 32091. intend* Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 Intends TO: CLARA (f. LEE. If olive or dead, her opening the bids and In the event the may be obtained from 2
to op.ned6:3O 10.3.89" the
laid : In /lower
register fictitious name under the to register said fictitious name under the unknown spouse, heirs, devisee contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will the City of Storke at the City Hall. Questions left p.m. r-
aforesaid hand corner of th.
statute. aforesaid statute. grantee, creditors, and all other parties within ten ((10)) days after receivingsame should be directed to William M. envelope. /it
Dated this 29th day of August A.D. Dated this 5th day of September 1989. claiming by through under or against execute the contract and furnish Weldon City Operations Manager at 9/212tchg 9/28 I )- IJ
1989 In the Control No. 199 PO No. ",
Bradford 3771
County. In Bradford required bond, failing which the ((904) : '
8/31 County. her.Whose security, shall become the property of ).964.5027.Th. . . . . . . . . 'i "J
9/21
4tpd 4tchg 9/7-28 Residences are unknown. City of Starke reserves the right to '
4h' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
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Control No. 171 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, Ihqact'> '... .- owner liquidated damages accept or reject any or all bids. :
All bids JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
must be made the ,
on
appropriate Sealed
tlon to foreclose a mortgage .on' the bids should be marked "SEAL.
CALL FOR BIDS proposal forms, properly executed ED BID GARBAGE TRUCK TO BE OPENED BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
following property I In Brbdord'County|
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SURPLUS PROPERTY Florida, to wit: x ;.' .:, and placed In an envelope and 10:00 A..M. 10.3.89", In the lower left PROBATE DIVISION
REGISTER Sealed bids will be received until should be marked to Identify the bid and hand of the CASE NUMBER: 89.118-CP
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Section 2% 5 South( corner envelope.2tchg
Township Range
: IN RE THE
FICTITIOUS 10OOA.M.: Tu..day.Octab.r3.1989lorth. then shall be delivered mailed : ESTATE OF I
NAME or to
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22 East, located In the South /i of the SE 9/21-28 W. C. RHODEN Deceased
following: Bradford County School Board 582 North
1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described OS-: Control 205 .
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida ITEM I--MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR the Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091.
Commence where
the
at
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the (very old). North ROW line of a county point graded road The Bradford County School Board TOWN OF BROOKERP. r NOTICE TO CREDITORS I.
undersigned, JAMES TROWELl Rt. 2 ITEM 2-1986 FORD CROWN VICTORIA reserves the right to reject any or all TO ALL PERSONS HAVEING CLAIMS
O.
Box 127
(which run* along the South edge of theSE / OR
Box 98 Lake POLICE CAR (wrecked bids, waive Informalities DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
Butler FL 32054 sole ) 1/4 of the SW 1/4)) intersects the In any bid, Brooker, Fl. 32622 ESTATEE ,. I
owner, doing business under the firm ITEM 3-WAUKESHA DIESEL 150 !KW, thence ,make the award In part of whole and to : ."
name of CAPITOL CONSTRUCTION Rt. 2, A/C Generator, skid mounted. W..tarlr.ROW of SR 225; run mpke the award In the best Interest of CALL FOR BID You or. hereby notified that an Order
the
of graded road to of
Box 98. lake All Items offered for sale sealedbid the Bradford County School Board. Summary Administration has been 1
Butler, Florida 32054 In- by point where It Intersects the East line of The Town of Brooker will receive bids entered In the
estate of W.C.
lends to register said "as Is The City reserves the right to Award shall be based an the lowest for Class C RHODEN
fictitious for
the
name SE M* of SW 1/4 for P4 B. From POB continue a Operator WaterPlant. deceased file number 89-1 IB.CP, by the
under the refuse and all bids. base bid proposal combined with alternates.
aforesaid any .
You be able
statute. West along ROW, 80 feet: run must to take Circuit Court for Bradford
Dated this 31st day of August A.D. Bids will be received at the City Hall. thence Nqrth. parallel to the East line of Bacteriological reports and send them to Florida, Probate Division, the address County.of
1989 Starke, Florida until the bid BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
In Bradford at
County. opening SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. 250 feet run thence DER maintain operation records check
: Jim Duncan which Is P,O. Box Drawer B, Storke, FL
10:00 ,
8/314tpd 9/21 : A.M. Tuesday, October 3, 19$9.ot East, parallel to ROW 80 feet; run Bradford Superintendent plant equipment (chlorinator, booster 32091. that the total cash value of the

Control No. 170 which time and place all bids receivedwill thence'a South to ROW 250 feet to POB, County Schools pump well pump), take chlorine estate Is less than $$23.000 and that
be publicly opened and read aloud. has been | and arejequlr4li Control 183 residuals and keep plant flow recorded
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO flied[ Against you you the names and addresses of those to '
Sealed bids should be marked 'SEAL 3tchg9/721
'to of written Bids be sealed and received
must
} serve a copy your on whom It has been such
REGISTER assigned by
ED BID, ITEM I-: (description of d.len.lf'"ny to.It. on the Plaintiff or before 7:30: p.m.. on October 10, order areNAME :

FICTITIOUS NAME Item), lobe opened 10:00: A.M. 10-3-89", OJt,
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida In the lower left hand corner of the HARRY M. HOBBS.'Esquire NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO P.O. Box 127 Brooker, Fl. 32622. Box 33 Terre Haute, IN 47808.0033: 3:

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the envelope. HAMrM.HQBBS.FvA.. FORM A BANK HOLDING COMPANY Bids will be accepted for a 2-y.ar Dorothy R. Kite, P.O. Box 813. Stark., FL _
Contral19S
undersigned SHIRLEY ALVSTAD Rt. 3, P. 9...!BpxZoxfr; 'v 01qn4 BRADFORD BANKSHARES. INC., period beginning October 1. 1989 and 32091; Michael Wayne Rhoden, 4432 :

Box 1163, Stark., FL 32091 and HOWARD 2tchg 9/ >28 ; 3363 : Stark., Florida Intends to apply to the ending September 30, 1991. Weeks Road, Green Cove Springs. FL Z
HI9'aILe&ia.|00lpjfh.tf Q.rk of the Federal Reserve Board for The Town Council the to -
ALVSTAD Rt. 3, Box 1163, Starke. FL NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER permission to reserves right 32043: Dennis James Rhoden, Rt. 3, Box ::
32091 joint owners, doing business ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY aqove styedCaurt| on'or before! October form a bank holding company located at accept or reject any and all bids. 698, Starke, FL 32091. ::
a, lud math b. 200 East Call Street Starke, Florida Town Council
under the firm name of DAKOTA KNITS THE BOARD ,enter.aggjnsl" may All persons are required to file with :
\ .,you,'for the"' reliefdemonded 32091. We Intend to acquire control of Brooker, Fla.2tchg92128. the Clerk of sold Court, WITHIN 3 :
:
Route 3, Box 1163, Starke. Florida 32Q9I OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF
hyth.l !Complajnt! or.Petltlqn. First National Bank of Bradford CountyIn CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE ::

under Intends the to aforesaid register said statute.Dated fictitious. name NOTICE BRADFORD IS HEREBY COUNTY GIVEN, FLORIDA that the WITNESS j //Wy.nqnd and the.. heal| of,said; ( Organization) located at 200 East Call Control 206 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all E
on ,
l"fturt on AVII"t ?$ Street Starke Florida 32091. The
119 claims
against the estate In th.larm and
this 31st day of A.D. 2nd day of October N1"1'' ::
August. 1989 beginning
at :; kAY-iJORnI
: II" .
AN
., 1: fforf \ Federal Reserve considers a number of
manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of :;:
1989 In Bradford County 9:30: a.m., the Board of LEGAL NOTICE
County Commissioners .. 1- CUcfc Circuit Court: factors In whether
: -.t\ :. deciding to approvefhe the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the ::
8/31 of Bradford The Suwonnee River Economic Council
4tpd9/21 County Florida If ;.'-/1) / -",By4Tajlhgr Allen, ,"( application Including the record of Florida Rules of Probate and Guardian ,,. :
Control Inc. Board of Directors will hold
No 169 regular session to be held at the Board's : ClerkControl a
;-.iI .Deputy performance({ of banks we own In helping Procedure.ALL ::
Meeting Room at the Bradford meeting of the Board of Directors on
nty 182
:$o meet local credit needs CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO ::
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Courthouse, Starke, Florida, will consider '4tchg9T2800020VI: : ?" f You are Invited to submit comments Monday, September 25. 1989 at 7:30 FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. i
REGISTER the following Ordinance's and the '., p.m., at the Holiday Inn in Lake City
,, on; this application to the Federal Publication of this Notice.has b.gun on ;
FICTITIOUS NAME thereof < '!<" Florida.
proposed enactment 'or-- r"-
: r. :; *
Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 104 Marl.tta''Str..t. September 21, 1989.. H :
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida AN ORDINANCE RELATING'TO THE ':[P',1'J' +. NO:9-'ooi. ltchgO21Control :
is : .\ ,
u BIND N.W., Atlanta Georgia EUGENE F. SHAW Ff :
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the REGULATION OF THE DISPOSAL OF; 'Sl! tIOltf .' ..' '," .. "t1. No. 203

undersigned. ROY & JANET NAZWORTH. SLUDGE WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF: / r:*, Itjvl? 1lpi? TQ( 4JQ.:. ,. end 30303.2713.before OCTOBER The comment 14, period 1989 and will may not . . . . . . . 92S.Attorn.y E North T.mpl.for Petitioners Avenuep.4t .' ::

P. O. Box 644, Starke, Florida 32091 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA: PRO Sealed bids| will be: received by the be somewhat longer. PUBLIC NOTICE Starke, Fl 32091 .
(joint owners, doing business under the VIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION Bradford Coun.1V School Board, 582 North Th. Federal Reserve's forprocessing The Bradford County School Board
procedures 964.5200
firm name of JONES CRAFT SHOP, 1252S. OF THIS ORDINANCE, PROVIDINGFOR Temple! Avenue, Starke. Florida 32091 Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing ((904)) :
applications be found at Fla. :
may Bar'0729 41
Walnut Street Stark., Florida 32091, SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN "ntllr on the Proposed Amendment to >
12 C.F.R, Part 262. Procedures for :
9/21
9/28
pro- 2tchg
Intends to register sold fictitious name EFFECTIVE DATE. .tQCAI'TJME( t. P.M.-; Board Rule 8.101 Pupil Progression

under the aforesaid statute Th. substance of the Conf.mplpte4, y. Monday ... "\cessln0 protested applications may be Plan on October 9. 1989, at 7:00 p.m. In i.. ,.. ,Control. No. 200 .
.',: < :found .ot,2, CM.. Part 26225. If you \ :
Ordinance Is to provide for the rraula. the School Board Room of the District
Dated this 5th day of September 1989. DATE:%VprtoJt>erZ. 1989 and Immediate.JyJ ned 'more Information about how to $:,.
tlon of the disposal of sludge within the Administrative Offices, 582 North Temple .
A D., In Bradford County. thereof: naV. Vie Submit Community. Reinvestment Act
Control 181 boundaries of Bradford County; Florida.\ :. aloud end recorded In the Conference comments. 4 contact William B. Estes III at Avenue, Starke. Florida. ', :

4tpd 9/7-28 Said contemplated Ordinance may pe Room of the School Board for Copies of this proposed amendmentmay
Bujldlng.. ((404). ) 5897205. Other questions on the
.
Inspected by the public at the office of the following: .. :' 'application be directed to Zone R. be obtained at the School Board Office
;
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford may between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 ,
RE: Southslde Elementary !School1 i p.m.
? Kelly ,at ((404)) 589-7203 The Federal
Courthouse, Starke, Florida, dur.
County Addition and RemodelingBID Monday through Friday.
STARKE Reserve will consider
ing the regular business hour of 8:00 NUMBER 910020Specifications ....': .' for your Commentsand This published notice Is In compliancewith
AM. 5:00: P.M.. Monday through, Frl- and/oc.hid forms maybeeimmlrped any request a public meeting or the Florida Statutes, Chapter 120.54
formal the If
application
M1 hearing
CHUR Pr on they
cqylYTt r7t trrr ref'th.B.adfaFd- 422 N. St Clair 984.5445 All Interested parties at .
Legislature
may appear School Board 383 North Temple
: before the last date of the comment I.
John Spratlin. Pastor sold meeting and be heard with respect Avenue. Starke, Florida 32091, and may period. EUGENIA WHITEHEAD

thereto. be obtained,at that location, for' Director of Student Services
same ) Control 188
Wa Invite you to worship with us Dated this 7th day of September 1989. $50.00 non-refundable deposit.. Bradford County Schools

Attended Nursery BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Th. Construction Documents .may. be 2tchg 9/14-21 9/21 3tchg 10/05 A pencil equipped with en eraser,

Sundiy Sdnol . . . . . 10 am BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA; "' Control No. 201: PO No. 1063 the first of its kind was patentedby
nxamlned" but not obtained at:
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;Morning: Worst*". . . Item I RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF COLjRT! .. ", Hyman L. Llpman of PhiladelphiaIn
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TELEGRAPH Septenlher'lI.ISH1: !


Hurse Was Worried, But BHS Came Alive in 2nd Half .


"The first half concerned me an ball," says Head Coach David Hurse High in Fernandina Beach last Fri Coach Hurse was much more
ihe to short
Bradford offense BUS hold Fernandina
I awful lot. We did not play Rood foot of the 36-6 football win over Nassau day. got going. quickly
pleased with the second
___ ___. half when
...... o had 249 yards of offense in the se- passes. The cornerbacks are Lance
.. cond half,69 yards in the first half. Wiggins No. 24, and Terry Berry
Some of the blame for the No. 9. The free safety is Tramell
lackluster first half Coach Hurse Jones,No. 21.
says, belongs to him for not openingup Keith Jenkins, No. 84, played
the offense more. In the second defensive tackle and linebacker and
CITY OF HAMPTON, FLORIDA half BHS went to the option play and "just seemed to be all over the
CITY OF
1989-90 BUDGET HAMPTON FLORIDA the tackle trap with success.The two field," Coach Sexton noted. Jenkinswas
GENERAL FUND ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPFNDITURFS WATER FUND ESTIMATED 1989-90 REVENUES BUDGET AND EXPENDITURES teams use the exact same offense, named the best defensive
the Deleware wing-T. Each knew player.Lorenzo.
what was coming,until Coach Hurse Hall, who has been play-
REVENUES went to the option play. Ing offensive guard, played weak
Fernandina was pumped up, side defensive end for the first time
OPERATING REVENUES
TAXES dedicated a new stadium, and was and "...did a pretty good job over-
PROPERTY TAXES 1,864 playing for the first time at home, all," says Coach Sexton, who expects
LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX 14,000 WATER SERVICE CHARGES 18.800 Coach Mike Sexton, the defensive Hall to become a steady defen-
FRANCHISE FEES 7,500 coordinator, points out. sive performer. "The more he
4' LTY TAXESLIgafeES 3,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 18,800 "You've got to hand it them Fer- becomes familiar with the positionthe
nandina played a good ballgame," better off he'll be."
AND PERMITSJPOCCUPATIONAt. says Coach Sexton. For some Rover back Al Jones and strong
r LICENSES 350 OPERATING EXPENSES AND DEBT SERVICE reason, Sexton says, BHS always side defensive end Andy Goodowns
BUILDING PERMITSINTERGOVERNMENTAL 250 seems to play poorly Fernandinaand turned consistent play,Coach Sex-
SALARIES 3,000 to bring out the best in the ton notes.
REVENUES UTILITIES 5,400 Pirates.
CIGARETTE AND MOTOR FUEl TAX 35,000 SUPPLIES 500 BHS, Coach Hurse says did not Offense Rolls...
HALF CENT SALES TAX J 10,900 POSTAGE 400 have as much enthusiam and driveas The offensive line did a fine job
TWO CENT CIGARETTE TAX 2,600 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 1,100 the Tornadoes should have. blowing the Pirates off the line andopening
MOBILE HOME LICENSE TAX 600 OUTSIDE SERVICES 3,200 The superior condition of the Tor- big holes, especially in the
BEVERAGE TAX 50 DEBT SERVICE 5,200 nadoes made the difference, says second half.Robert .
Coach Hurse. BHS was still going Hankerson,No.23,running
FINES AND FORFEITORES 350 TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENSES AND DEBT SERVICE 18,800 strong In the latter part of the third at fullback for the second week, dida
period and all of the fourth period. fine job, Coach Hurse says.
-MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES Fernandina, behind, appeared to Hankerson ran well but needs to
INTEREST 200 grow weary. hang onto the football,Nurse notes.
QUALIFYING FEES 1,400 Hankerson gained 72 yards in 12 carries
OTHER 800 On the Defense... averaging six yards per carry.
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING "I thought the defense could have Tailback Clint Reed ran very aggressively
FSHMATED CASH CARRY FORWARD 12,000 played better," says Coach Sexton, Coach Hurse notes.
the defensive coordinator.The 'He's something, isn't he," com-
THE CITY OF HAMPTON, FLORIDA HAS Tornado defense would play mented one Fernandina fan, wat-
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND CASH CARRY FORWARD 90,864 one or two downs real good, then ching Reed run over people.
TENTATIVELY ADOPTED A BUDGET FOR FISCAL give up a big play.There were some Quarterback Reggie Sheffield ran
YEAR 1989-90. A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE mental lapses Coach Sexton says. the option well, and threw well,
BUDGET AND TAXES WILL BE HELD ON One goal of the defense is not to Coach Hurse notes. "It was his best
EXPENDITURES allow three first downs in a row. So ballgame," the coach said.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1989 AT 7:00 P.M. far,the Tornadoes have not met that
ADMINISTRATION 38,864 AT THE HAMPTON CITY HALL, HAMPTON, goal,and have allowed opponents to The Offensive Line...
FIRE DEPARTMENT 3,000 FLORIDA. mount a sustained drive."I The offensive line got after people,
RECREATION DEPARTMENT 2,000' was glad to see us pick up the says Coach Lanier Clyatt.
SANITATION DEPARTMENT 5,000 tempo offensively in the second half. Left guard Jason Norman,No.65,
STREET DEPARTMENT 16,000 THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF THE CITY OF That made a big difference,"Coach and right tackle Keith Limy! No.64
LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES 26,000 HAMPTON BUDGETS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR Sexton says. were named best offemsive linemenof
The defense held Fernandine to the week by Tornado coaches.
ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,1990. less than 100 yards rushing.The Norman did a good job blocking on
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 90,864 defensive secondary gives up the 33 cross and the option play,and
the short pass to prevent a long has been consistent in both games
bomb, Coach Sexton notes. The this season, says Coach Clyatt,
secondary reacted well, getting up Linzy did a good job blocking downon
-- tackle the
Fernandina's big on ,
.trap and picked up the Pirate nose, ::

Terwillegar Makes Driving a New Car TruckAFORDABLE man Roland,Coach Shafer Clyatt, No.says.73,and James
or
McNeal,No.71,played a good game
alternating at left tackle. The
tackles did a good job blocking downon
trap plays,which went well,says
Coach Clyatt.
Wyatt Collins, No. 53, played
center a good bit In the second half
and did a good job. "We don't lose
NO MONEY DOWN AND NO mYMENTS much Coach when Clyatt.we put Wyatt in,"says

Jason Hersey, No. 67, got in the I
game a good bit at guard and did a I
good job, the coach says.

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Idle This Week

1989 FI.504X4 Face Lee Sept. 29 \I

Tornado gridders have an open I
date this week,. giving them two
XLTLARIAT weeks to prepare to travel to Lee
High In Jacksonville for a Sept. 29
clash.
Bradford High faces four straight
tough games at Lee Sept. 29, with
tough Class 2A Madison High for
homecoming Oct. 6, with Class 3A
top ranked Santa Fe High Oct. 13,
and with tough rival Macclenny Oct.
Overdrive, Loaded;
1989 RANGER 20.The football team practiced Mon-

day, Sept. 18, but Tuesday went to
] Lake for the
$500.00 Kingsley afternoon.
XLT LARIAT Practices were scheduled for
Wednesday and Thursday and a
1989 BRONCO XLT LARIAT Air Cassette Loaded light workout Is set Friday but ,
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Volunteers Needed for Bradford's Special., OlympicsBy r ..,... (,"'\, ,,' .

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Mark Frledlln year's Special Olympics BCT Staff WriterA Chairman Urenda LIUleJohn a \ tat wlde events.dne year will be the County Inc'.oor! ." .
big registration drive for member of the faculty at :{';-:'. local athlete Freeman Games which will be held! earlyIn '14i

Special Olympics Is taking Urooker Elementary School. Register Ill. won gold medals In November. The games and ..... -:.' .ll .'
place In Bradford County several running events In the sporting events will Include ,. .
throughout the month of Bradford County Special National Special Olympics held basketball, bowling gymnasticsand \ ... '
September.The Olympics Is an accredited last summer. powerllfllng. I ....
.Special Olympics activities affiliate of Florida Special 4 : 1 ,
are not limited to Just one or two Olympics. Inc., and served over Another big story Is the effort of If you know of an Individualwho t t. .. I
events per year. In fact, It Is a 100 local athletes during the 88- the volunteers over 90 of them would like to participate In '. <11'I' \' "
.year-round program of sports 80 program year. The athletes who donated their time and the program as an athlete or a ., "t'i .;
training and competition for experienced both the character efforts to the coaching training volunteer, contact County .
persons who are mentally building rigors, of practice In and games days supervision of Coordinator at 064-2029 or 964- \ I
handicapped according"to this .l..!i.V c :.:w en events jr.;J-tit* t.!-..e the nth tes. 6011. "-. .,.". .


I SPD and SFD

I Hit The Boards .'"'-

firefighters When police took to the officers boards Mon-and '
I day evening in the Bradford Middle 1990 MODE INTRODUCTION SALE

I may School have gym been the basketbrawl name of the instead game l 1

of basketball.All .
in fun the game between the
two agencies revealed the physical
condition (or lack of) of each player -t
according to one player who received 1\ Cbe-
his share of 'knocks'. We unders- 080a "
tand one of the city officers has a Z, Pyre
wicked elbow. Rescue was standingby dvCC. .
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with oxygen in case of an Cb
emergency or any shortness of oS- l'0oo s- C'0
breath.While there was no emergency S Orian C :BA
the two games proved to be a a$ $ Wells Chevy ... i rEo
real experience.Some of the playerseven "a CbC'J
Olds "'
-pc.\
found the net. .h fooO made volume :' ooo
The first game was won by the \>" s'u'.l 0
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firefighters 33-28. One police officer -t /J/
P. purchases on fresh *
had to leave after the first game anda 5 Y'
firefighter was drafted to help the } 1e $

police officers. who won the second oS s'\ooo 1989 Chevy -"sJop jzsoo .
game 38.33.Although 'S : lclc --:1l
the the Ups;
firefighters won
u- .l
only 'official game', everyone had a \ .S Cavaliers $J ;
good time and plans are being madeto >00
make this an ongoing event with 2 and 4 doors EgA .
the time and place of the next game All Have ,..".

I' being Thanks a well to assistant kept secret.principal Rick ,., AT PS PB AM/FM $ 4

I available.Ezzell for making the gym E i 13-18,000 Stereo Low Miles Miles All, $149


,.. Colors ._.; ..; .,.. ..... ..; ; >, ........ .
'Traffic' 'Court_" --'"-*"',-'':.. :. .1 M M1 -. -.r'= ... .. ..M_ er..m-o: ::: a ment '". .,., .y "Mt: ..,*... 'I .
Sept: 3 Finals' I

The following individuals appeared --"" .-.<<, ,'I' ....'....'"',,.9'....'... ">x.,, >.. >... %"b.'Y .. .'- ..' s .r a'e "" i. .. '
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before Judge George H. :? ;Jj;
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic .t7.t30"U" S" 't.ARR.WE-! 'n' THE ALL3SS83T0 : '
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Criminal Court Sept. 5 where their . cases received final disposition. "x /x ?" '''' .sxoeo'3'' ;. .r04

;NEW' [ EL MODEL T '
Kirby Lee Hancock pled no contest ; : -*,p-9v

driving(DWLS);while fined $120.25 license, Tri suspended County r/ \."{ :! Yjr; ?}ft 1& :' JfKf %i.t; jj: .'
Probation 60 days. t.y. 'h.Ni.t'r: .: ; ;..(( ; : *
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"y v ". '' $> & {
Erich John Benning pled guilty no ? .. .tjlj; :'ijw0'SY')f't ?/,> 00 :'
valid drivers license (NVDL); provided ; ,
valid license, pay $55 court >>'';.lkJ::(<.\ () : > t\\, )f:{..,9 <
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costs and dismiss. %... ..'h'J1;0"H,.." {f"W.. ,'Jf' ''1''''*'"'' '. .
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John William Dampier pled no i." ;/ -.f'Yl 'p't: ., .
contest DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri f; N .' ,/ -'-' (' { A; ,i ""' -' : '. .;
't' < .
County Probation 60 days. ,>;.!"., t>> ;: }f'\t '. ''f'A: ; >, .. .. '..." .
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Diane Camille Gamble pled guilty !t" .v .i'X ., ? '. :? ...
valid license, .} .r. ; DWLS presented .
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i ordered to pay $55 court with costs.child .!k, ,tr? wRit..>",,=Y'L"...' -"<.".<'3..',;''<... -rl.r,.."-,,,', ,hr iV'\1,, ,," ,,,/;,',>'',-.'<'"J, 'IJ"':';, R". ;.. %, .''Y J., w... .;:M >."", > .:w'
I Gamble charged ...
restraint violation, fined $32. .
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Franklin Eugene Godwin pled ?

guilty County DWLS Probation; fined 60 days.$120.25' Tri I ICutlass "Rick Wells says; "Take your choice!".

Kimberly Lynn Mills pled no con- \J
test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County ') ) ;;- ''fbC)
Probation 60 days.
John Luther Bennett pled no con- Supreme )9 Cutlass Supreme
test DLWS; fined $190, Tri County miles.
6 till cruise,low
windows
supervision one year,ordered to not 2 door,fully LOADED,PW.P DdtL.3.1 V-6. Power !,
drive. AT/OD,stereo cass.,cruise,tilt
Bennett pled no contest fleeing or ,
eluding police officer;30 days In Jail *
fined $700, Tri County supervisionone
year. $14 9' 95. $195
Bennett admitted unlawful speed; Wi'd'

fined $228.Timothy. Keith Bennett pled no 9 to choose I per month .I

contest DWLS; fined $242.50, ten
days in jail, Tri County Probation .

violate contest Thomas no driving laws.Mitchell under influence neat Selection of'' Used Cars 1tlII. cur4

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(DUD; 30 days in Jail, license
suspended permanently, fined .. i says "Get Your Car Ready for t
'
year$1,750,, attend Tri County DUI Probation school, take one '82 Ford Passenger Van $5,995 Summer" _.___ l'

therapy for alcoholism,do not drive. Mr. Goodwrench ENGINE
Edwards charged. with DWLS; TUNE SPECIAL
dismissed.' [ 4 CyL.& 6 Cyl.. .lightly In*'
James Ernest Jewell pled guilty '83 Dodge D250Conversion BODY SHOP SPECIAL I $49.95no. J
NVDL; fined $120.25, court proba- : ."
tion 60 days.Virginia Van $5,995 COMPLETE PAINT JOB I -
K. Rhoades pled guilty
DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended Trans. Tune-Up
six months attend DUI school, $ 00 [' Include Fluid. Filter 4 All '
Tri County supervision one year. '87 Oldsmobile Salon i 'Al50 ,( Rryepatret Adjustment
Adam Keith Rosier pled no contest .." $10,495. i Mnor+ | | $55.OO
DUI license suspended ten years, T-tops, Low.Miles _, _
fined l $962.50, attend DUI school,TriCounty REPAIRS FRAME WORK : -
supervision one year, ten COLLISION .S Frs Estlmatss Cooling System'
days in Jail. '87 Mitsubisbi'Mira g e $5,495 r" Revitilixatlon
Rosier pled no contest DWLS; fined Loaded Fhuh.Rebuild.A In _ofsyeem
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$lM. 32995
Rosier charged with violation
container law (driver) and '-'
open unlawful use of temporary. tag; '87 Cavalier Station $5 98S Mr. Coodwrcnch, B. OIL ft If;:Ooodwrcnch AIR Mr. GoodwrenchSYSTEM COOLING \
charges dismissed.. ; Wagon, FILTER SERVICE: SPECIAL CONDITION CHECK UP rLDSH.
AT, Air, Low ld11a' [ Moet t:... includes 1 LB F eon ...............a sr-.....

Misdemeanor Bessie Banks pled Court no contest .. $19.95 $; 19.95 44:95': .'

resisting arrest without violence; 12.9 APR Cfl Mo,'1000 Down Cash orTnlde WAC _
ISO court costs County
Probation, viosix no laws do not

drive.Christine D. Booth (aka Christine :

Doyle) pled guilty issuing worthless WLL5 Ifl
( ) 30 days to show IcflIAN
check: Stump's ; '
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proof of restitution Tri County pro .....,. t
bation.$iO! court co ta. r. I
worthless Christine check Doyle(pled Wal-Mart guilty)issuing; show 'fl84-T800 ,Open II a.-Frl8:30-8- PJi. 3720103JUJSMOBILB: ..1CHEVROLET' )
gwy"Spi Korth '
proof of restitution 30 ,days Tri 'dal frfl PJC Bun.-!''i P..... ', -c
County Probation, $50 court costs. / a
Susan Griff tiled no contest Issu- .. s

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i"ugr<<,28 .TKI.KdKAl'll.: ns: IMON'ITOK-KSKCTION. September 21, IUKI! I The


News Briefs


Starke Man At 4:33: p.m. when Patrolmen Gor- man. After being treated at Brad- Wilkinson.
ChargedIn man arrived at SR-100 south near ford Hospital for injuries, he was ar Ford, driving a 1974 Pontiac, left
Wed. AccidentA the intersection of Laura St. he rested. 905 Thomas St at a high rate of ChiropracticCenter
vehicle in the ditch found a 1977 Chevrolet pickup in the Damage to the pickup was $2,000. speed, proceeded across Thomas St.
tree led to the arrest of the against driver a ditch against a tree. According to Bond was set at $2,500 for the and struck a tree, said Wilkinson.
Sept. 13.Luther. witnesses after Moody was stabbedhe charges, he was released on his own Ford then drove away from the
Marvin Moody 68, of took off in the pickup in an at- recognizance. scene but was later located at the OVER 700 INSURANCE &r VA. Berry
Starke tempt to catch his assailant. The hotel. Rescue was requested to examine V COMP ACCEPTED
was charged with driving
under influence and driving while pickup had been traveling north in Woman Hits Tree Ford but she was not
AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
front of the Orangewood Apts, approaching transported.Bond
license ArrestedA
suspended after his vehicle Later
the bridge. Just past the HEADACHE LOW HACK PAIN
was involved in an accident, accor-
ding to Patrolman Perry T. Gor bridge Moody's truck crossed the 28-year-old Starke woman was NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS/
man. Moody who had apparently centerline and struck the rear wheelof arrested Sept. 17 at the Magnolia for the charges was set MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
been stabbed, suffered a lacerationto a trailer which was southbound, Hotel charged in an accident which $477.75, Ford was relcsaed on her
the right side of his neck. He said Gorman. Moody's vehicle then had occurred an hour earlier. own recognizance. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
received minor injuries from the ac- ran off the road, over two small Geraldine Henderson Bass Ford
trees and came to rest by striking a was charged with driving while
cident and
was taken to Bradford
Damage to the Pontiac owned by
third three in the ditch. license suspended, leaving the scene
Hospital by Rescue, according to
Charles Wood was $1,000, said
of alcohol accident and careless driving
smelled of
EMTs Dewayne Hardee and Curtis Moody strongly an Wilkinson. 864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from pizza Hut)
Crawford. and was very belligerent said Gor- according to Patrolman E. W.



Hunting NewsSome Wiizn-DtXle:


Quota Permits

Still Are AvailableIf __

you intend to hunt on one of TM MVN
F
Florida's wildlife managementareas
this year and have not obtained 4t
a quota hunt permit, you are way
behind schedule. The Game and Jr
Fresh Water Fish Commission % wlosrt""il i
began issuing quota permits in June.
The Commission uses quota per- YOUNG-N-
mits to prevent overcrowding and
overharvest on wildlife manage- PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: T ::NDER
ment areas during certain time STARKE -
periods. For most areas, a quota 470 WEST MADISON STRUT GRADE 'A'LOOk'A
hunt permit Is required for just the
first nine days of deer season. On
other areas, all hunts are by quota Ydy
hunt permit only. ;
Although the most popular wildlife JSHSBSHSSE1L.
have '* ** WHOLE
management areas already rrm vz"l .
filled their hunter quotas, there still -
,-
are permits available in some areas : At
for hunters who have not yet submit- A .
I
ted a request.If y : FRYER
you are one of those who has not j.: ,
yet applied, you should purchaseyour WinnDixieEvery -
sportsman's license or wildlife I
management area stamp now. Ap- i
plication form should be available
from your county tax collector's of- ; Department I
fice or any of the Commission's five $
regional offices.Each day you delay r +
reduces your chances as the numberof Is Loaded With
permits available becomes fewer. :

available As of press for the time following, permits wildlife were 7 ? Variety & Values! 5 1

management areas. All other areas -
and hunts are filled.NORTHEAST V -; : Everywhere you go at Winn-Dixie y ou'll .,.
REGION Lake
Butler, Nassau, Osceola still: hunt. find quality at low prices. Lots of LB

The only special hunt not filled is j. them including meat, produce, frozen I'

Cary archery. food, canned goods Deli-Bakery goodies
NORTHWEST REGION: and more. It's truel! Value and variety -
Apalachicola, Blackwater still hunt, PREMIUM GRADE ((9-11 LB. BAG) YEA
Ed Ball, G.U. Parker, Moore's make the difference at Winn-Dixie. LEGQUARTERS 48
Pasture, Point Washington still and ''- . LB.
dog hunts, and Robert Brent. rw
EVERGLADES REGION: Big '_4 .
Cypress Deep Lake Unit and
Stairsteps Unit. Make plans to attendWINNDIXIE'S W-D
CENTRAL REGION: All hunts your -: ,

are SOUTH filled. REGION. ,: All.hunts. are. ,.,, -..
,
$
filled. FESTIVAL OF FOODS ::0$299 I


Hunt, Fish Day 2
Set for Sept. 23 -

By proclamation of Governor Bob Fun Food and Entertainment
Martinez, Florida will join the rest LOUIS RICH' BUN LENGTH
of the country in celebrating National

Sept. 23.Hunting and Fishing Day A For The Whole Family! FRANKS.TURKEY I I

Since 1972, Florida has designatedone
day per year to recognize

hunters and to fishermen conservation.for their In addition contributions September 22 & 23 at the Jacksonville Prime Osborn Convention Center. 1-LB.2 $17 7 I

National Hunting and Fishing Be sure to get your discount admission coupons at your neighborhood Winn-Dixie. PKGS.
Day has received the support of each !I
American president since its incep-

tion."National Hunting and Fishing

Day focuses on the importance of 9EL1 EVERYDA Y ., EVERYDAY
conserving our natural and wildlife si PRICE EVERYDAY PRICE
resources and the vital role hunters LOW r LOH/
',' '; LOWPW2HFRIED
and fishermen play in v _
conservation," said Col. Robert M. _
Brantly, executive director of the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- 4_
.
mission. i' -
Through license fees and taxes on r
equipment, sportsmen contribute '
I .
millions of dollars each year to pay _
for land acquisitions, research and CHICKEN _
management of habitat for fish and
wildlife. INCLUDES: DINNER
Brantly said that without the funding :LB. SALAD _
provided by hunters and .IB SLAWLOAF I
OF FRENCH BREAD

wildlife fishermen now.resources, Florida's might natural be depletedby and ,FEEDS 4-KOPIE 8-PC.BOX $799 I :: _


"Hunters and fishermen helped __
start the conservation movement," 8
Brantly said. "They supported lawsto B-INCH DOUBLE LAYER or
stop over-exploitation of wildlife V4 SHEETBATMAN
and helped establish state fish and ".a.3r Y"J>/\
wildlife agencies that could imple- .'
ment much-needed conservation CAKES .. JJ
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.
programs. They also proposed and ... .." [
supported laws to establish special J $ REGULAR, LIGHT or (
hunting and fishing fees and special r 9 9 EXTRA GOLD S
j 9 OCEAN SPRAY PINK
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taxes on their equipment to pay for COORS
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conservation programs." EA. ,\\1 DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE GRAPEFRUITJUICE l
According to national organizers, .. -
hunters and fishermen have con- r @ tl.;;
tributed more than 17 billion for con- + .
HERRLICH BAKED or ;
servation and continue to add $1 SB2EER88
billion more annually. Also, the program + HONEY CURED '. $118 t $188
and financed; 12-ox
supported by
,1 t HAM CANS 32-oz. i 64-01.
sportsmen have benefitted hundredsof _S JAR BTL.
wildlife species across the United {
REGULAR or UNSALTED 1
States.In Florida, nearly 800,000 2 9 CRACKIN GOOD 69C LILAC 99C WESSON $188

residents are licensed to hunt and/or HALF SALTINES. . 'It&'t DETERGENT . 101 OIL . etLLB. t-
fish. Thousands more enjoy the .
sports but are exempt ftom license I WHEN YOU HAVE MORE THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST.

requirements due to age, disability CHEESE sr GARL//;,. ULTIMATe: ULTIMATE
11 or other factors. BREADED 9 ALL VARIETIES ;. A PUMP or UNSCENTED
The governor said be urges all I.... ; PUMP
Floridians to Join In a renewed ROUNDS . SIZE COLA --- -.' FINAL NET
dedication to the wise use of our
natural resources so they can be CREST TOOTHPASTE HAIR SPRAY

perpetuated for future generations. DRUftlfflETTE C REGULAR, MINT, TARTAR
9 8 CONTROL FORM GEL or$ $
PARTY TRAYS '
un*PAnE amuaI>usa 2-LTR. TARTAR CONTROL GEL- 12" 7 ,218
Post Office Drawer 938 f BTL. I 4.6-or. 8-01.
STARKE PASTOR WARD ft. 33O01 u VAN ( SMALL FEEDS 10-20 $17.00 SIZE SIZE
REGULAR' or KINO SIZE '
CHURCH MEDIUM FEEDS 20-30 $20.00 CRACKIN MEDIC WHITE $ 00 GRAPE DIMETAPP $ 16111E
A FULL ooePEL FAMILY GOOD12et, 99c
3 _
'Qsne art.nos the dl/1n( "' LARGE FEEDS 30-40 $25.00 CORN CHIPS c j. ntc: ALCOHOL . s1L ta.:> ELIXIR _
Schedule of 8 rvlee .
Sunday Morning Worship .


Sunday Wedn 10:30 am Evening, Worship 'inAfl''I'1' Everyday Lew' Prises We're


7:30 day pm ..Evening! Worship \ ,



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September ZI,1989 TKLP.GRAPII.TIMES&MONITOR SECTION Pa.e SB ;



: Our WANT ADS ]: /DuPont Employees Receive Big Award r+



Employees at DuPont's Florida Marvin Nichols, Mine Safety and for the second time in five years Is mine safety among the nation' Iii
Plant have been named 1988 recipients Health Administrator for both gratifying and strong testimonythat mineral extraction induUtrie It U '
of a "Sentinel of Safety" Metal/Non-Metal Mining will present the practices and principles intended to encourage the development .1
FOR RENT given by the American Mining Con- the award, a three foot bronze suscribed to by DuPont and its of more effective accident) -V
gress and the U.S. Department of trophy, to plant manager Donald employees are effective," Luebke prevention programs by granting .,.
Several Furnished Mobile Homes 'Labor Mine Safety and Health Ad- Luebke during a dinner and said. national recognition to operations .
ministration.The ceremony Wednesday, September The Florida plant's current recordof achieving outstanding safety f
Cable TV Available Central] Air Park & annual award recognizes 13, that is being held for the plant's 1,885,000 employee-hours withouta records. The mining Industry .
outstanding safety performances in 250 employees and their spouses.Ar- lost-time accident was recognizedlast established a record low member of ,'
Playground, Laundry Mat six mining industry categories. Du- chie Dunham, DuPont Group Vice month when Governor Martinez fatalities during 1968. \
Pont's Florida Plant, an open pit President for Chemicals and presented the Governor's Safety and DuPont currently opertates two P,
PINESSR121 non-metal mine east of Starke, led Pigments, will be the keynote Health Award to the plant during the heavy mineral mining and concentrating t
all six category winners with more speaker. first annual Governor's Safety and operations on the Trail Ridge r t
than 424,000 exposure hours withouta "It Is sufficient reward to remain Health conference.The orebody in western Clay County.
Lake Butler lost-time in jury. free of serious injuries and to avoid sentinels of safety competition Trail Ridge has been in operation ,r.rF
toll of and suffering, held since 1948 in the southern section ."
496-2366 Bobby Jackson, Vice President the human pain has been annually since
__ I American Mining Congress, and but winning this prestigious award 1925 to stimulate greater interest in and a second site at Lawtey startedup t
In 1955.Together these two operations !- \;,
are called the Florida Plant.
The plant produces titanium '
minerals for use In the manufactureof a
white pigments at other DuPoOnt
{
sites. Other heavy minerals, zircon I
and staurolite also are produced for
foundry, refractory and abrasive h

e TD A Uf d A ll rPRICES GOODTHURS.WED. li'1 S

uses.SFCC
R/ h SEPT. 21-27 1989 To N
1 QUANTITY RIGHTS :
RESERVED1' ..
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PresentElliot _



Play/,1,
W-D BRAND FARMSTEAD W-D SPECIAL TRIM /,

U.S. CHOICE Santa Fe Community College H will
BONELESS WHOLESMOKED present "Murder in the Cathedral",
a dramatic stage play by T.S. Eliot,
at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, In

ROUND STEAK PORK CHOPS HAMSSTORE Gainesville Building E campus.auditorium The on performance the'

is free and open to the public.
The plot concerns the 12th Century
murder of Thomas A. Becket, Ar-
chbishop of Canterbury, and com-
STORE bines mOdem dance, singers, a narrator
and original music composed I
$ HOURS by Helen Davies, a professor
$997 emeritus, for her Master of Music
8 A.M.
thesis at Converse College.The .

Til sac friendship action developing depicts the between intimate

= + + 11 P.M. Becket and King Henry II. In 1U3,

Henry's influence secured Becket's
rapid rise through political and
1.11""' religious ranks to become
LB. .TA.trA LB. LB. Chancellor of England and later
resulted in his election as Ar-
chbishop of Canterbury.
Becket acepted this position reluc-
LEAN GROUND ROUND or CHEF'S PRIME THE PRIME RIB OF PORK HICKORY SWEET tantly,convinced that his duty as Ar-

CHOPPED SIRLOIN LB *1" PORK ROAST . LB. *297 BONELESSHICKORY HAM LB. $199 chbishop would conflict with theKing'l
will, as it in fact did,causing
their friendship to deteriorate, and
the ultimate assassination of
or HOT FARMSTEAD BONELESS Becket.
SWEETWWHOr HOGSAUSAGE FRESH HAM Eliot's religious beliefs and reaf-

THE G R EAT firmation of traditional values are
SLICED BACON TiuMcT. STEAK reflected in "Murder in the .
: ..-rtS$, JACKSONVILLE Cathedral" which wrote In 11a3! $."

!Mt $ -18 -Sl48 : tiT **.
( I : $297' DUG If rslRICE iI.1 i SFCC Focus'oh'Carecrs Program Set: ?r,:, y

LB. LB. LB. '
: Focus on Careers at Santa Fe'
3
= SS: Community College can assist you In
SELECT LEAN $O80 SLICED LOUIS RICH O the decisions necessary to pursue a

PORK RIBLETS "BO>e O BEEF LIVER , LB SSe GROUND TURKEY :IltGnt$388 DUCK JOIN RACE THE GREAT, SEPTEMBER JACKSONVILLE 23 1989. new During career the path.two-week. seminar

SELECT LEANPORK W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF $5.00 DONATION GETS YOU from Oct.&-20,the following service
MARKET GROUND BONELESS A CHANCE TO WIN GREAT PRIZES. will be offered: vocational assessment
$1490 97C $2
SPARERIBS . r I TURKEY , La ROUND STEAK Ls SUPPORT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. training, information programs,about pre-employment high wage
SEE YOUR STORE
PREMIUM GRADE 9-11 LB PKG. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS preparations and discussions of cur-
SOUTHERN PRIDE LOUIS RICHGROUND $188 FRYER WINGS, THIGHS or rent employment trends.In .

PATTIES . "I $399 TURKEY 2 JlG'i DRUMSTICKS. LI 59cBEEF addition growth,skills goal setting will be and addressed. personal -

The seminar meets daily from ,
HARVESTFRESH a.m.to 2 p.m. and is FREE for adult
;:_ $erbrane EVERYDAY residents of Bradford and Alachua
'
'
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY LOVy PRICE Counties. Contact Andrea Ashley at
LOW PRICE LON/ PRICE 395-5393 for further information.


__ I4- : PRODUCE Vo-Tech NewsCommunity Education

L S B 1I News

t} Nature makes the produce. Community Education U for all
1 S 1 t 1 WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. the citizens of Bradford and surrounding '
counties. New, melting course
will be offereu periodically j
throughout the school year.-These'
SUPERBRRSND 1 classes are offered in our community -'
I- HARVEST FRESH during the evening hours so as to
''U ICE CREAM f i ALL PURPOSE enable our adult citizens a time to

i relax, while trying something1. '
$1 9 i POTATOES -
1 HALF i they've always wanted to do.' ,
GAL
These classes will be published
this section of the newspaper/8o...
e --i' $178 plan to read each edition of the
10-LB. Telegraph to see what's happening.
BAG... in Community Education.
Some of the classes being. .''considered -
for this year are:

iviRYDAr LOW PRICI IVIRYDAY LOW PRICE ,VIRYDAY lOW PRIMTOWNHOUSE II Chess for Beginners; Beginning
Computers i Quilting L Floral
ALL VARIETIES EXCEPT VEAL PARMIGIANA. CALIFORNIA Design; Crafts; Ladies Exercise;
KEEBLERREOULAR ALL VARIETIES SLICED BEEF A LASAGNA Sewing; Square Dancing; Hunter' 3
or NO SALT PILLSBURYBISCUITS 99 BANQUET $ROO' CARROTS Safety; Small Engine Repair and

'r&: ENTREES . 3 ?: "Power Puff"Bradford-Union Mechanics.. Vo>-Tech '
C Call the
CRACKERS 49 Center at 964-6800 so that they can
JELLO $ 99 CRISP N TASTY
9'9c 2LB. put your name on a waiting list. ?
PUDDING GPN PEG JEND'S PIZZA '. ,EA BAG Students are needed for the following -
classes: Wednesday, Square
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$205 SUPERBRAND $ 69 DIXIANA : .$ 29 Dancing, 8-10:00 p.m.; >TuMda,,"- "
16-oz.
2 2,1IG1 | Floral Design,7-10:00 p.m. -
SIZE DAISY WEDGE L, WAFFLES .. .
KIWIFRUIT LCCC Offers ) J

THRIFTY MAID 4, $" 00 BORDEN'S $1 09 TASTE O SEA .1 j99 tfii Computer Classes -1 f fLake
I 10nCANS I HALF PERCH FILLETS HI. '' '
TOMATO SOUP CITRUS PUNCH GAL >,KG. City Community College and '
5 the Adult Education divia'. x
MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM_ YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. FOR $1 0 0 Union County School System are offering -

FRESH DELTA PRIDE two noncreditcomputer
PHARMACY 36/40-CT LARGE DRESSEDWHOLE courses. Class limited to-15 per
sons. Prereglstration U advised and.
WE WILL NOTKNOWINGLY 4 HEADLESSWHITE CATFISH or can be done by contacting Eugene

SHRIMP ... CATFISH FILLETS YELLOWONIONS 515 79 Dukes at 496-2648. These are afirst I''
o BI UNDERSOLD BAG in a series of computer classes to be,
., offered in the -evening.',at. Union
.s..tllc.n"d.nd..gl.t. pharmaclita. :oi.' I: >.
County High SchooL '.'1.\
.eo.w.nl.nhrourpteocrtptlon'lI..whll.pu. FISHERMANS $659 $299 CAMPBELL'S 99c S
hop. n.'WHARF.-n tN !'
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Computerized proscription raeorda. FRESH SEAFOOD LB. LB. TREE'
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". .. .,. by Brenda Bawek safety. and hazardous material d1vl.slon. -
BCT Writer
.. t.. .. You've probably'seen! them travel "Vou'd be surprised what" travels
t., this highway (US-301), Officer
ing US-301, those sleek dark brown
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: : and tan Crown Thomas said.
lt Victorias which
.. resemble As one of nine females working for
Florida
.. a Highway Patrolcar the state DOT, Officer Thomas
,..:, but a closer look reveals they are In-
the performing
highway
State of Florida Department of patrols
;.,... ,,\ Transportation (DOT) vehicles spections on commercial ,motor Brad
counties
vehicles in six area
.',' patrolling to keep the highways safe."We're .
or ford, Duval, Nassau, Putnam
Clay
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,
out here for the generalpublic's
.J..... '. r' i.. .;( ) welfare,"said Officer Vicki and St Johns.
Thomas cruises US-301 keeping an
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of
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Officer Thomas of Starke works eye out for a tanker or semitruckSee
\ '\' -: for the State of Florida DOT in the Page 98
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B Si. M Starter & Generator

:. Company is still in business next

'" to the old Greyhound Bus Station.
A" 238 E. Wa'JhlngtoStreet, Corner Cherry Street
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Specializing in Alternators & Starters Rebuilt Repaired
Regulators &Solenoids Nw
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Keeping Us Safe...
Department of Transportation
Inspector Vicki Thomas...bo....In THE BRADFORD-UNION AREA
; 1i he middle of another busy day on
the highway a*she bupecU the VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTERIS
brakes of a tractor trailer rig
above)and dlccuuei the situation FOR YOUThe
with driver Joeoeph Eaton(at
bottom).
Thomas says her Job la rewardingand

takes always to be different highway.each time she Center Is a secondary and post-secondary Institution, an integral
part of the Bradford County School System, available to anyone 16 yearsof
tea r rs age or older. The purpose of the Center Is to equip students with
FLORIDATWIN entry level Job skills. There are also classes to prepare for the General
Education Development (GED) test.
THEATRE

Starke 964-5451 The center operates on an open-entry and open-exit policy. Day and

::$245O:SPECJAIi L;;:. evening courses are available. You may enroll any time except for
::.:. :- -i* Q.:$ ._:: Cosmetology and Commercial Vehicle Driving.
:':': 'sb. : : :'

Closed Wed. & Thurs.
Starts Friday, Sept. 22 THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE CENTER:

'% WEEKENDBernie's at .> .-

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DAY COURSES'' :- ., EVENING'COURSESAuto I
RATED: PO-13
Friday 7:05 & 9:00 Mechanics GED Prep 'Adult Basic Ed. (Reading)
Business Education Mech. 'Air Cond. & Heat.
'Heavy Equip.
Sat. &Sun.5:05, 7:05 ft 9:00
Bookkeeping Heavy Equip, Oper. Bookkeeping/Clerical
Mon.,'IJ., 7:30 only Clerical 1.M.T.S. G.E.D. Prep
Typing Masonry 'Flower Arranging
-- QAq'iss
., pCLASSICIMP Word Processing Nursery Operations 'Child Care ((30 Hrs J)
Carpentry 'Welding 'School Bus Driving
Commercial Vehicle Driv. Typing
oc;] Cosmetology Welding
Drafting 'Parent Education Course
Friday 7:00 only
Word
\ Sat. A Sun 5:00, 7:00 Processing
I Bradford Parent Ed. Committee

Sets New Schedule of DEAD POETS This Center has a full-time guidance and counseling staff to assist In
ProgramsThe career Interests or General and Adult Basic Education needs. Most of our
Bradford County Parent following programs: SOCIETY m] programs are Veteran approved. There is also financial aid available
., Education Committee invites Oct. 16--"Secrets of Child's Scho< through the Job Training and Partnership Act (JTPA) and the Single
everyone to its 1989-90 schedule of Success": Round table discussiowith Fri. Sat., Sun 8:30 only Parents Program for those who qualify.
.y proraml. Beginning in Superintendent of School, J jt i Mon. A Tue. 7:15 only
..., .Sep otember, well-respected Duncan, Facilitator.Nov. .
.. authorities will be featured discussing "Stress Management f or 301 DRIVE-IN FOR FUTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE CENTER AT 609 N.
,. timely and important aspects of the Holidays" ORANGE STREET, STARKE. FL 32091 OR CALL
parenting. Jan. 8-"Dealing with AIDS": D r. Starke 964-7484 ((904)) 964-6800
AU programs will be held on Mon Rubin and Mrs. Eugenia Whiteheai d, Fri. Sat. & SunNightmare
Starke day evenings, from 7-9 p.m.., at Presenters. We are an equal opportunity educational center, without regard to race,
programs Elementary qualify for School.in-service These Topics and speakers for Februar'/ on creed, color, national origin, sex or handicap.
credits, and continuing education through May sessions on parents
'.. 'units for teachers as well. subjects will be announced at a late Elm Street 5
Please mark calendars for the date.

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three years of Issues of over 200 The patron (ks y o h tf1 lists
magazines along with the most selecting sped: j jV '/\(':fefs es to Make A Mistake When
recent two months of the New be printed or all
York Times for articles writtenon of the referencA.
a specific topic. The listingsof Each aril!)HJ atgCrptian)
relevant articles are contains the ) \&IIIJ df the:
displayed on a computer story: the 'f.\Jt\;16\ or the: You Buy CarpetSCULPTURED
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which was conceived and article begins; t/G //lg in! l1t. $ 99
developed by Information "Most patroi>J| d A\1"! \hays\ any
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.. ... 71 r P p by Brenda Bawek safety and hazardous material divt-
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...'. You've probably seen them travel be surprised what" travels
'. 0 I this highway (US-301) Officer
;
:. I ing US-301, those sleek dark brown
o ': :., and tan Crown Victorias which Thomas said.of nine females working for
A iF As one
: 1 resemble
a Florida Highway Patrol
,1) f fi the state DOT, Officer Thomas
::: car but a closer look reveals they are the highway performing inspections
r State of Florida Department of patrols
commercial motor
; : Transportation (DOT) vehicles on counties, Brad
.
vehicles in six area
:',, .f; b patrolling to out keep here the for highways the general safe."We're ford, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam
.. :i.c public's welfare,"said Officer Vicki and St. Johns.
cruises US-301 keeping an
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o. Jv eye out for a tanker or semitruckSee
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te B & M Starter 81 Generator

*:. 41Bradford Company is still in business next
to the old Greyhound Bus Station.
A, .' 238 E. Washington Street Corner Cherry Street

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AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL INDUSTRIAL

." ,'>, Ji. Specializing in Alternators & Starters Rebuilt Repaired
Regulators &Solenoids New:
Foreign & Domestic.Batteries .
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Department of Transportation
Inspector VIcU Thomas U shown In THE BRADFORD-UNION AREA
the middle of another busy day on
the highway a*the Inspect the VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTERIS
brake of a tractor trailer rig< FOR YOUThe
(above)and dkcuue the situation
with driver Joeeph Eaton Cat
bottom).
Thomai cayi'her Job I*rewarding
and always'different each time she Center is and
a secondary post-secondary Institution an Integral
take to the highway. part of the Bradford County School System available to anyone 16 yearsof

age or older. The purpose of the Center is to equip students with
FLORIDATWIN entry level Job skills. There are also classes to prepare for the General
Education Development (GED) test.
rs's THEATRE "

Starke 964-5451 The center operates on an open-entry and open-exit policy. Day and

..:;$2:50:SPECJAJ;;:, evening courses are available. You may enroll any time except for
::: :.;I$ i*00:$ 6 i4:: Cosmetology and Commercial Vehicle Driving.
:':': 'sb.;, :':'.'

Closed Wed. fie: Thurs.
Starts Friday Sept. 22WBBKBND THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE CENTER:

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-- "
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COURSES ,,
DAY ; ,0 EVENING-COURSES) I

RATED: PC-13
Auto MechanicsCEO 'Adult Basic Ed.
Prep (Reading)
Friday 7:05 ft 9:00
Business Education Heavy Equip. Mech. 'AIr Cond. & Heat.
Sat. ft Sun. 5:05.7:05 ft 9:00 BookkeepingHeavy Equip Oper.BookkeepingClerical
Mon..'lJ8., 7:30 only Clerical M.M.T.S. G.E.D. Prep
Typing 'Masonry 'Flower Arranging
&)At fSHE"'S CLASSICJkterPdI1 Word ProcessingNursery OperationsChild Care ((30 Hrs.)

.. Carpentry 'Welding 'School Bus Driving
:. ,. Commercial Vehicle Driv. Typing
Cosmetology 'Welding
DraftingParent Education Course
: Friday 7:00 only 'Word Processing
I Parent Ed. CommitteeSets Sat. ft Sun 5:00,7:00

DEAD POETS This Center has a full-time guidance and counseling staff to assist in
00" New Schedule of ProgramsThe career Interests or General and Adult Basic Education needs. Most of our
SOCIETY [mI ) programs are Veteran approved. There is also financial aid available

Education Bradford Committee County invites Parent following-Oct 16--"Secrets programs of: Child's Schoo I through the Job Training and Partnership Act (JTPA) and the Single
r. everyone to its 1989-90 schedule of Success": Round table discussioi Fri.. Sot., Sun 8:30 only Parents Program for those who qualify.
i Mon.ft Tue. 7:15 only
I prorams. Beginning in with Superintendent of School, Jin u
.... .potember, well-respected Duncan, Facilitator.Nov. .
... authorities will be featured discussing 6-"Stress Management fo r 3O1 DRIVE-IN FOR FUTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE CENTER AT 609 N.
parenting.timely and important aspects of -the Jan Holidays"8-"Dealing with AIDS": Dr. Starke 964-7484 ORANGE STREET STARKE. FL 32091 OR CALL ((904)) 964-6800.

All programs will be held on Mon. Rubin and Mrs Eugenia Whitehead, Fri. Sat. & SunNightmare
day evenings, from 7-9 p.m., at Presenters. We are an equal opportunity educational center without regard to race,
Starke Elementary School. These on creed color, national origin sex or handicap.Florida .
program qualify for in-service Topics and speakers for Februar;y
credits, and continuing education through May sessions on parentini
unlta for teachers as well. subjects will be announced at a late: Elm Street 5
o
Please mark calendars for the date.
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l17 Wltti-Ml- The Annual Melrose Arts and
Crafts Festival, set for Saturday.

oct. 7, will feature a wide rangeof
artists working In many
different mediums and is sure to
attract a big crowd at Its
\ \ J location on the school groundsof
\ \ Melrose Elementary at the

corner of SR 21 and SR 26.
Feel the Magic\ \ One of the many Interesting

displays at the festival this year
will be Steve Bobick. a Melrose
artist and his miniature

carousel, a product of many
hours of painstaking, exacting

K work.Bobick's
carefully detailed
SUM creation Is a delight to look at
and is made of wood, brass and

glass! parts (most very small)
and is built on a scale of one
WE'RE WASHING AWAY BASE STICKER PRICES DURING OUR GREAT CLEARANCE BLOWOUT! Inch to each foot. The artist put

more than, 1,00 hours of work
-- ln.ip his project.Bobick .
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carefully placed pearlsIn
his creation to simulate lights
$ and made a lovely stained-glass
ceiling under the wooden roof.
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: were hand-painted and move up
and down on their glass tiny
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brass poles. Just 24 inches high
) and 18 inches high. Bobick's
carousel Is designed to exactly
resemble those in actual use
) during the early 1900's In both

Europe and the United States.
Postcards with scenes of
Victorian houses trolleys and
trains decorate the device's flat
LEBARONCOVPE'
sidings. Three old-fashioned

advertisements extoll the
virtues of "Coca Cola for five
O% FINANCING OR$ .ooo cents a glass"; "Dorney Park (all
FACTORY CASH BACK
rides a nlckle) and Sears &
Some LBaron Coupe standard features: /
2 5-Liter Electronically Fuel I caSHc.nIBaCK Koebuck.
Injected EngineRnverAsslsted At the bottom of the model the
Four-Wheel Disc Brakes FjN name of the carousel
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Message Center and Mini Trip Computer
tr jNG. manufacturer is inscribed:
"Philadelphia Toboggan Co." of

.. Cermantown.
Bobick also built a miniature
"Jail wagon" which was a horse-
( \ drawn contrivance also from the
1 r lOlh century and a bicycle from
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fr- -4'- 0. ; oversized front wheel.

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COLT GT HATCHBACK PLYMOUTH; VOYAGER ALL NEW PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM CHRYSLER NEW YORKER LANDAUOFINANCINGOR The artist is busy working on a
Motor Trend Top Mini Van miniature "country store".
IMPORTED FOR PLYMOUTH <<
Bobick's works and
29FTNANCINGOR more will
With
standard(features llhr:
gOof FINANCING OR be on display at the Melrose
2 .2.5-LlterDuaJBalance-Shaft
e$1 Engine OUUBACK* .14000 BACK Arts and Crafts Festival October
1OUUBACK
Electronic Fuel Injection Over 50 standard features Including: A few Landau standard features: 7-

Plus these standard features .. Car-Like Handling and Parking 2.5-Llter Electronically Fuel Crystal Key 5/5O Bumper-to-
Ftwer-Asslsted Brakes Power-Assisted Brakes Injected Engine Bumper Owner Care Program" Auditions
1.5-Llter Electronically Fuel ftjwer-Asslsted Steering Automatic Temperature
Injected EngineFrontWheelDrlve Raver-Assisted Brakes Control Air Conditioning
I Remote-Control1funk Release Ultradrlve Transmission/ BeginningVocal
Rack-and-Plnlon Steering Front and Rear Anti-Sway Fbwer-Asslsted Steering and
Steel-Belted Radial Black Bars with Gas-Charged Struts Brakes,Power Windows and
Sidewall Tires and Shocks Door Locks auditions for 39th annual
AM/FM/ Stereo 'Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair'
title will be held at the Stephen
Foster State Folk Culture Center
here October 8-7
announces Mrs.
/ ... TERWILLEGAR REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH. Doyle Dingus of Ft. Walton Beach,
/ .;f. I.t. .1 CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH .INC president of the Florida Federationof
/P ,!. .... 141 West MadlBonStnet 105O N.Orange Avenue Music Clubs (FFMC).
i h--M-- Starke.FL Green Cove Springs.: FL The 1989 'Jeanie' competition will
)P y)) 1904 964-9000 ((904 2642416CHRYSLER feature 18 Florida female singerswho
J are seniors in high schoofandare
(, not yet 23, vying for the top prize
J of$1,000 in scholarship money to bused
1ff4 CARUSOCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH. YARBROUGH REGIONAL towards furthering their

.INC. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH ,CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH musical education. Four runners-up
175O Southslde Blvd. 201 San Marco Avenue 1951 Highway A1A East will be named 'Jeanie Maids' and
Jacksonville.FL St.Augustine.FL 1155.f1.. receive $500 each in music scholar
(9041) 729-7300 (904 829-6331 ,(904J261-2840. ship funds.A .
distinguished panel of out-of-
Mon state Judges will choose the new
BECK Jeanle' based on Interviews auditions
cIIRTSLERRPLYMWI'HINC.LE
INC.
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH and public concert given dur
3523 Reid Street. U.S.Highway 90\\tat the
1736 Caaaat AvenueJacksonvUJe Live Oak.FL ing two-day event which begins
PaJaIka f1. FL October 8. Each girl entered in the
((904)363-1043
(90413284063 (904J38IH792
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lJ ..'..7,*""70.000, ,mlto.. llmlud. _...n.,cover.........povcrlnln, ...In..outer body,......Wvugh.aM coprof" lhl..llmltrtl........,..d r..... But..r rrmrk.tfatfM.ppIJI voice student who is capable of giving -
Srrr* i''rfftyri r w Ml limmHi'MiMMwIwiiirmilviinlriili:' : 'r.ArfwrrNlrM,INHiNiiif4v| Kn-liMh,,!iHiriiMiliit4iliilritiiiMT. ililfiiHliiiriilMiuHlcnl M'1.II HIIMN. a creditable radio, TV or concertappearance.
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the public honoring the girls and
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The driver of thb van escaped cerlou*Injury when he kidded. Into the
InlenecUon at Pratt Street and US 301 Thunday In Starke. ,narrowly mixing a
large truck Ji..,t under the traffic light.

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I News Briefs Kevin Patrick Miceli pled no con- at reasonable '
T(4'lc Court.
.. 'rom 0.1 test illegal possession alcohol prices -I' :
Union ing! \!\(tpless check; $50 court costs. beverage; costs waived.
Convenience County authorities
Store were Gtyf Pled no contest issuing wor- William M. Messer pled no contest
Robbed Tuesday NightA notified of plants on their side of the thJe g c"eck; costs waived. loitering prowling; sentenced to four
county line and the next day 124 in jail, credit for time served.
GI\\trkde Kilby pled no contest days
black male wearing a stocking plants were pulled off CR-18A in the ser0a/g@ll<<\ Intoxicating alcohol to Adam Keith Rosier pled no contest
mask and brandishing a revolver Worthington Springs area. Some of mil1VjO days Tri Probation criminal mischief; fined $137.50, Trl
County -
pistol robbed the Suwannee the plants were six feet tall but most ;
Swifty
Probation
County
Violate laws, laws one year.
no study ,$50 .
Store south of Starke on US-301 Sept. were smaller, said Sheriff Jerry court obts.AIkEh Laverne Chandler pled no contest
19. Whitehead. The marijuana was \Pale\ Clemons petit theft; fined $120.25. -
pled
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Mastercard. visa ft
According to the clerk the man growing on Nekoosa Packaging test,"f\q\ l se abuse; six months court Lisa Lutz pled no contest posses- Lay-A-War Welcome
took the money from the cash land. No arrests have been made. propotio"i. continue alcohol treat- sion of cannabis; $150 court costs, 4- .
register and told her to go to the Three six months Tri Probation.
meg1 court County
fnnlpr nf whil'h time ho *1aH Tlia Injured \, ,5t1) costs within 60 days.
suspect Cis thought to-have fled I in'a In 2 Car Accident -
grey Datsun or Nissan 200 SX, he "
was blue wearing shirt. Anyone blue jeans having and Informa-a light Three in people a two received car accident minor early InJuries Jtp :: 4 II 1Vc:: w-

Friday morning,Sept. 15.
tion concerning the 8:45: rob-
bery is asked to contact the p.m.Brad- A 1980 Toyota,driven by Sheryl E. ,
ford County Sheriff's Office. Reek US-301 23 of Waldo, was northboundon El $;I c;,
The investigation is continuing, collided: with at 6:55 a: vehicle a.m. The crossing Toyota in tf.Y riy = '
according to Lt. David Aderholt.
front of it at the intersection of 1 _
CR-221. A 1984 Plymouth driven by
AirsurveillenceNets Martha J. Fulmer, 42, of Starke was .
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Pot westbound on CR-221 and had stop- 3r ,. r r JIM
plants ped for the stop sign at US-301, ac- t,. m unrI r
Marijuana plants were spotted cording to Trooper C. Roberts.
earlier this month in the Brooker Drivers of both vehicles and a ".
area during a routine air- passenger, Heather Fulmer, 17,
surveillence. were taken to Bradford Hospital by 1 '
Sept. 1 deputies pulled 26 plants on Rescue. They were treated for
the Bradford County side.The plants minor injuries- according
were six -to eight feet tall but Paramedics Dan Cuddington.",
definitely not in the best of condition, Nelson Green and Cliff Chapman. I II
according to Lt. David Aderholt. Reek was kept overnight for obser-
They were yellow.the maijuana was vation. One-year-old Tiffan; Stafford
growing west of-Brooker on who was in a child restraint
timberland. No arrests have been seat in the Reek vehicle, was not in-
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they got rolling In the second Fernandina fumbled right back to nado tacklers just kept coming to Fernandina, taking over at its 46
half,Tornado grtdders blew 36-6 by a BHS on the ensuing play. hold Pirate wingback Reggie yard line, got IS yards from FB
younger and more Inexperienced Clint Reed was hit at the line and Stewart to no gain. On third down walker with a 15 yard face mask
Nassau County High In Fernandina stopped for a yard and two passes QB Vonnoh threw to tailback Trell penalty added to hit to the BHS 24.
Beach last Friday night, Sept. 15. netted only six yards on the the third Veal out of the backfield but Veal Then Stewart ran the reverse, fool-
The game was played as a full BHS possession. QB Sheffield fumbled was hit by rover Al Jones as the foot- ing BHS long enough to turn the corner
September moon you could almost a snap and a clipping penalty ball sailed over his head. and defensive back Lance Wig-
reach out and touch rose over some stymied the fourth possession. gins finally horsed Stewart out of
200 Bradford fans who made the Punting against the wind,QB Von- bounds at the BHS 10 yard line.
70-mile jaunt. It was a cool night Fernandina kept hanging in. First noh got only 33 yards and Fernan
with a nifty but damp breeze off the downs came on a passes of 13 and 35 dina 15 yards after the
nearby Atlantic ocean. The BHS yards by QB Ray Vonnoh, the 35 play, giving BHS the football on its FB Walker, running strong and :-r
band performed and got a big hand yarder coming after the BUS 35 yard line. Fernandina was breaking several Tornado tackles, ,
from the Pirate fans. defense sacked rover Al Jones sack- penalized five more yards,an equip- got the touchdown with 8:43 remaining -
ed QB Vonnoh for an 11 vard loss. ment violation, before the ball was in the fourth period. A Fernan-
It was only 8-0, Bradford, at the snapped,putting BHS at its 40 yard dina run for two points was stackedup
half and the Pirates were still in the On its third possession, after the line. by the Tornado defense, and the,
game, and had run four more offen- exchange of fumbles, BUS got roll score was 22-6.
sive plays, 24-20, than BHS. Brad- ing from it own 48 yard line. On first On first down tailback Reed was
BIIS Dominates...
ford's strength, experience, and down QB Sheffield was sacked, los-
hit at the line, and got less than a
superior physical ability was the ing 9V4 yards, by Pirate linebacker yard. On second down Reed got Two more touchdowns resulted
story of the second half as the Tornadoes Kevin Harris. On second down QB through for 12 yards over right from the final two Bradford posses
mounted touchdown drivesof Sheffield completed the first BItS tackle and cutting back against the sions as the younger Fernandinateam \: .
60, 55, 57, and 83 yards. The BHS pass, a 13 yarder wideout Timmy grain. Then FB Hankerson went became less effective. ,, ,
for first down at the 'er-
offensive line became more Taylor a \
through a big hole on the left side for \.,
nandina 44 line.
dominating as the game wore on, yard 10 yards and a first down at the BHS, running as strong as ever,
pushing the Pirates off the line. Suddenly big Clint Reed was Pirate 38. moved 57 yards in 7 plays to score. Big (Hitters...
through the Fernandina line over the Big plays were a 20 yard pass to TE Hovel-back AI Jones and other members of be BIIS defense close In on a
BHS rushed for 318 yards 249 of it right side and,cutting to the outside Then Reed on the trap to the right Keith Jenkins and a 15 yard TD run Fernandina Beach runner during the Tornadoes 3ft 8 win on the road.
coming in the second half. Leading ran 33 yards to the Pirate 11 yardline side, went 35 yards, to the Fernan- by TB Reed to put BHS up 29-6! with (
rusher was senior tailback Clint where little Fernandina back dina three, little Mason again keep- 8:20: remaining in the game.
Reed who gained 133 yards in 17 car Freddie Mason cut Heed down. ing Reed out of the endzone by cut-
ries and scored three touchdowns on Mason, the last man between Reed ting Reed down with a low tackle at
runs of 9,9, and one yard. Fullback and the goal line, repeated the low Reed's feet. Fernandina went to the air,unsuccessfully -
Robert Hankerson, despite having a tackle several times. FB Hankerson, in two tries, got after a quick score. QB
little trouble hanging onto the foot Reed got only two yards on first the second Tornado touchdown on a Vonnoh s punt, allowed to land
ball, gained 72 yards in 12 carries down, but went around right end for 1'4-yard run. Donnie Francis added without a return attempt by Tram- BOB DAN
and scored a touchdown. Allen nine yards and the first Tornado TD, the first of four high, strong extra mell Jones,who stood with hands on
which came with 1:08: remaining in kicks and BHS ahead 15-0 hipps as the bounced football end-
Jenkins, who carried for 33 yards in point was
the first period. BUS was ahead 8-0. third over-end to the BHS 17, a 53 yard MOTORSAcross
4 carries, scored on a determined 15 with 4:31): : remaining in the
yard run. QB Sheffield mishandled the extra period.Fernandina. punt.

point snap. The football bounced starting from its 20 from Orian Wells *301 N. Starke
back about to the 20 yard line. Shef- line after Tornado Allen
the BHS
Fernandina workhorse was yard Late in game was getting
field ran back, picked the ball up Jenkins kicked off into the endzone,
fullback Joe Walker who rushed for yards in big chunks. BITS moved the
and around left end for
81 yards in 14 carries,and scored the point ran conversion behind a nifty two got two down on passes of 10 and 12 87 yards in nine plays, the yardage Owned & Operated By
some
yards by QB Vonnoh to wingback in chunks of
Pirate touchdown on three straight coming 8,9,20,1,7,8,17,1,
hard, determined of 15,14,and reacted blocking quickly by Tornado to run linemen interferencefor who Reggie Stewart and wide receiver with and 14 yards by wingback Allen Danny Nugent Resident of Starke since 1972
10 .,;; ; ;! : Sheffield. A Cedric Gilyard. BHS shut down the Jenkins for the score with 18 seconds
to
nifty move edge
between two Pirate defenders Pirate running game, however, and remaining in the game. Francis'PAT 964-9533
The First;lJalf... Sheffield into the endzone. put QB Vonnoh punted, a squib off the put BHS up 394.
BHS failed to move the football in side of his foot which travled only 15
its first four possessions of the yards before going out of bounds.
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES!!
game. The Big Red was stopped Big Red Rolls... BHS, going to work from its 45 Ir.dford High S g 14 14 U
an intercepted pass, a fumble, a BHS received to open the second yard line, was in the Fernandina N..lOuHlgh 0 0 S 0 1
penalty, and simply did not make a half but short of endzone a third time in seven plays,
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sized and Fernan Big plays were an 18 yard end run
good pumped up the wind the third period, got Rushing Yards al'lli 30-a4
dina team. off a 51 yarder which sailed into the by QB Sheffield and a 33 yard pass to Passing, Yards 51 f2"C."A.
Fernandina defensive back John Fernandina endzone.A tight end Keith Jenkins to the Fer .PI .-.., 117.0 1978 GRANADA 199/dn. 35/wk.
Vonnoh,6-2,leaped high to intercept pumped up Fernandina team nandina 11 yard line. Reed did the Punts 1.31. 4:14"umb..IOI' :
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pass of the game. 5, IS, and 13 yards and two first touchdown to put BHS ahead 22-0 ".n.III.I.yordl 1.41 7-N
On the second BHS possession FB downs before the door was slammedin with 9:42: remaining in the fourth Scoring Summary 1978 PONTIAC PHOENIX 199/dn. 35/wk.
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yard run, but the ball went flying end on the strong side of the Fernandina Strikes... EPi Francis kick.
ahead of Hankerson in heavy trafficon line) Keith Jenkins stepped up to The elusive Reggie Stewart 1)) Firnandlna-.Walk., 10 yard run.EPi 1977 FORD F-150 300/dn. 35/wk.
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and real estate transactions acres in Woof SWV4 of SWV4, section and lot 12 except portion lying on NWV4, section 11, T7S, R21E, $9,500. James L. and Vivian B. Pattersonto $53,500.
recorded during the month of 26, T6S, R22E, $38,000. fork of road, in section 31, T5S, Clara B. Larson to Keystone Golf JoAnn Chambless, parcel in SEV4 John D. Vaughan to Lloyd V. War
February in Bradford County. total- Clifford I. and Betty L. Brinson to R22E, $110..000.Gerald and Country Club, Inc. the NE'' of section 7, T7S, R22E, 18000. ren, parcel in SEVi of NEV4, section
ed $1,125,000. James G. and Virginia E. Thomas,4 Griffis Construction Co., NWy4,section 24,T8S, R22E,$67,500. Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to 27, T6S, R21E, 22500.
This compares with $1,820,800 for parcels, 7.89 acres, all in Eft of NV4 Inc., Gerald Griffis and Gerald M. George S. and Elizabeth M. David A.and Nancy K.Bussell,lot 1, James S.and Barbara Ann Watersto
January of this year and$880,374 for of SWy4 of SWV4, section 19, T7S, Griffis to Barbara A. Rowe, lot 12, Marosy to Randall John and Sandra Deerfoot Hammock, section 5, T7s, Lois A.Waters,lots and 6, block
February, 1988. R22E, $20.000.J. block 2, Saratoga Heights Unit 3, Claire Campbell, lot 18, Paradise R21E, $5,000.Santa 4,Town of Lawtey, $35,800.
Two sales were above $100,000: Brooks Brown and Helen L. 40900. Shores, In NEV4 of NE'/4, section24, Fe Community College En- Craig R.and Deborah L.Wieser to
The former Lum Starling farm Just Brown, Jack M. and Marilyn R. Muriel Gilhooly to Edgar William, TBS, R22E, $12,000. dowment Corporation to Arthur L. Kleve Record, parcel in block 3,
off SR-16 on Crawford Road was Courtnay to Thomas L. and DonnaM. Jr. and Helen Conroe, 1.59 acres in James P. and Loris M. Meece to Schlofman and Peter J. Gianas, lot Gov. lot 2, Lakeside, 158000.
resold for $110,000, and a home on Ard,lot 7,Paradise View in SH of CVi of SEV, section 6, T6S, R22E, Gregory Scott and Melissa Annette 10, Golf View, $9,000. Grace S. Windham to Mitchell B.
Little Santa Fe Lake sold for SW/4 of SEV4, section 13,TBS, R22E, $8,200. Davis, lots 6, 7, and 8 of block 12, William G. Sapp to L. J. Kite, Sr., and Elaine C. Bailey, lot 5, block D,
$158,000. $3,000. Town of Hampton, section 30, T7S, lot 52, 1.09 acres in NWy4 of SWy4, Bedford Oaks,in NEy of NEV,sec-
Values of transactions are figured Doris Carlton,Vernestine Cox Kel- Michael David and Carole Anne R22E, $9,000.John section 12, TVS R21E, $2,000. tion 13, TBS, R22E, $6,000.
from the amount of documentary ly and Clair Dean Lazenby to AlmaE. Gooderham to Bryan Daniels and D. Odom III to Charles F. Ronnie E. and Janie G. Sellers to Craig R. and Deborah Wieser to
tax stamps affixed to deeds recorded Moree, Si, of SWV4 of NEV4. sec- Charlene Evelyn Wood, parcel 2 inpart and Wilma M. King, .4 acres In Warren W. and Mural N. Ryder, lot David M. and Cheryl Z, Johnston,
in the office of the County., Clerk at tion 4, T7S, R22E $40,000. of Gov. lot 3, section 25, T8S, NWy4 of SEVi,section 20,T6S,R22E, 4, block 2, Unit 3, Saratoga Heights, parcel protion of Iota 9 and 10 of In-
the courthouse. Howard R. and Emma R. Corl to R22E, $10,800.Evan 10000. section 29, T6S, R22E, $37,860. dian Beach, $42,000.
The Associates Finance, Inc. to Leonard M. and Louella M. Booth, W. Hodges, Jr. to Harry J. Grace S.Oglesby to Glenn Edward Travelers Mortgage Services,Inc. George R. and Norma S. Wood-
Susan M. Faulkner Lawrence H. parcel in SEVi of NWy4, section 17, Knipp and Robin Hiner, lot 5, Lake and Katherine A. Geraty, lot 27, to Donna M. Brantley, parcel in ward to John C. and Norma J.
Patrick and Darrell O'Neal, 10.09 T7S, R2OE, 30000. Hampton Oaks, section 25, T7S, Sampson Lake Shores, Unit 1, SEV of SWy4 of SWVi, and parcel in McGovern, lot 28, Seminole Ridge
acres partly in NEV4 of NE'/4 of Joyce H.Dodd to Teddy Roosevelt R21E, $12.363.Brian 24000. NEy4 of SWy4, section 4,T6S, R22E, Unit 6,section 12, T9S, R22E, $6,500.
SWV4 and partly in NWVi of SWV4 Clark Judith .. .. .......
R. Clark and Tracie L. K.{ Johns to Colonel H. and .. ;- ; ,- >:.
section 34,T6S R22E, $87,500. Clark, S'/i of SMt of Stt of WVi of Elaine Abraham, 6.134 acres in por- t ,:' WW"1J1I
James I. and Barbara Balkcom to SWy4, section 14, T6S R21E, $15,000 tion of Deerfoot Hammock, in NE'A ..)? :. ; \l ': .'oi>:'
James E. and Marie Oden, 22.37 Joan S. Epps to Gary R. and Bar- section 5, T7S, R21E, $13,000. .. -.41 ';" '.}!;;' l, !'
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acres partly in SWV4 of SWV4 and the bara Ann Perry, lot 5 and SV4 of lot 6.( Jack M. Courtnay and Associates, .: ,1tVI" t"'i"
Ntt of SEV4 of SWV4, section 1, T6S, block 27, Livingston, Truby and Inc. to Fleet Finance and Mortgage,
R20E $33,600.Bradford Company's Addition to Starke, sec- Inc., lot F Art Woods, $5,300. '."
Land and Cattle Co., Inc. tion 26, T6S R22E $17,000. Robert L. and Patricia D. Kelley -
to Leland J. and Gqil Ann Hogg, lot Fortune ;Savings: Bank of Clear- to Ronald L. and Teresa A. Wood,
50,River Bend Estates, 1.50 acres in water to Eva L. Portnoy, lots 9 and parcel in NEVi of NEV4, section 22,
W% of SWVi, section 20, T7S, R21E, 10 Carllotta, Unit No. 1, 13300. TBS, R21E, $79,880.L. .
$5,000. Donald J. and Helen Franzese J. Kite and Audrey Kite to 4 I
Bradford Land and Cattle Co., Inc. Joseph and Marilyn Sullivan andWilliam Marion E., Jr. and Leslie D. May, -" ,
to Paul R. and Helen R. Martin lot M. and Norma Jean Logueto parcel 23, the S 132' of N 1056' of E Tit
63,River Bend Estates, 1.24 acres in Charles E. Lourcey and Glen E. 330' of W 660' of NEV4 of SWtt, sec-
Wtt of SWV4, section 20, T7S, R21E, Lourcey, lots 28, 29, 30, 36,37, 44, 53, tion 11,T7S, R21E, 5000. ati
9000. 60 and 61 of Woodlawn, in section 30, L. J. and Audrey Kite to Alan C.
John L.,Jr.,and Nancy C.Bradley T5S, R22E; also lots 4, 5, 19, 20, 21, Hedding and Sarita G. Fulmer, lots
to David W.and Judy D Snyder 1.03 KR. 29 and 30, and lot 11 south of road, 16 and 17, 2.10 acres In SWVi of

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Outdoorsmen don't have much The $17 combination hunting and last year. However, this year .
time left to buy hunting and fishing fishing license for resident sill cost Florida will offer a 10-day nonresi-
licenses and permits before some of $22, and the cost of a sportsman's dent hunting license for $25. Florida
the prices go up. license will jump from $40 to $66. has a recriprocal agreement with
Effective Oct. 1, a resident The sportsman's license, which is Alabama which provides that
12-month freshwater fishing license available to residents only, covers Alabama residents will pay $100 for
will cost $12, an increase of $5. the costs of all staterequiredlicenses an annual Florida hunting license.
Nonresident annual freshwater and permits for hunting and Georgia residents can purchase an
fishing licenses also will increase by freshwater fishing. annual Florida hunting license for
$5 to sell for $30, and the current Effective Nov. 1,wildlife manage- $150. or a 10-day: license for $121. ----.--
10-day nonresident freshwater ment area permits will cost $25 Florida residents who possess Another 'For Sale'...
fishing license which costs $10 will rather than $10.Nonresident senior citizen exemption certificatesand
be replaced by a seven-day nonresi- hunters will pay $150 Georgia residents over 65 ;years A scene at the former Lum Starling latin off Crawford Road which nan old recently and In again for Hale I
dent license that will cost $15. for an annual license, up from $50 old may hunt or freshwater fish


. Vicki Thomas Bradford
from page 4B

Chiropractic CenterStarke
tractor and is soon rewarded. It ting inspections on commercial yields one violation for an uncharged criminal justice. Her future plans include -
takes only seconds for the truck motor vehicles for hazardous fire extinguisher."I continuing her education in Office
driver to realize he's the target of an material violations and safety viola- wish all those DOT people were criminal justice.
inspection.Thomas. tions. Depending on the violation Of- this nice," Eaton said after the in- One of her favorite hobbies is going 218 S. Walnut St.
said 99 percent of the ficer Thomas may fine the driver or spection was completed. He promised to the pistol range to practice Next to the Chamber of Commerce
truck drivers she stops are men and place the vehicle out of service until to have the fire extinguisher sharpshooting. A hobby which raid o
they are usually surprised when she proper repairs are made. recharged as soon as he reached his off when she won a gold 964-4957
steps out the patrol car to begin an After she signals to the truck to destination.In pistol shooting in the Florida Law
inspection. pull over she steps out of her car and addition to working for the DOT Enforcement Olympics last year.
Some try to sweet talk her into not asks the driver when the truck was Officer Thomas is a certified EMT Officer Thomas said her job gives
citing them for safety violations and inspected last Officer Thomas and rides Rescue for Bradford Coun- her the responsibility of keeping un- PAIN CONTROL
I others ask 'of all the jobs why did begins the inspection by measuringthe ty Emergency Medical Services safe vehicles off the highway. Headaches
you chose to do this?' brakes. She checks tire tread part-time. She is attending Lake CI- Thomas said, "I feel like I'm ac- '
and other saftey equipment.She also ty Community College to complete complishing something of great im- Neck & Arm r INJURIES
'' SI. 11b aasilackaa.ahippiagwpapets -k. ,Ase.eia, I r18 illrll pre- paportance.:" 'Mid Backs .
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CI' transporting.The ATTENTION MORTGAGE HOLDERS .Sports
ty of Waldo for her first year out of tanker semi-truck is iden- Personal
1. SAVE:THOUSANDS OP DOLLARS IN Call Stacy Grace ,
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side of the highway.As must have the proper number on the s 4.. CONVENIENCE FASTER EQUnY OF BUILD-UP AUTOMATIC Empire Bank Building DR. W. DAVID)btt&3
a DOT officer she has the same placard to identify how the materialcan PAYMENTS Gainesville, Florida 326O9 ,
authority as other officers working be controlled in case of an acci- 5. PAY PAYMENT I/a OF EVERY YOUR 3 PRESENT WEEKS MO. LOCAL FLA. WATTS DR. RICHARD C. TOLLER
for the state but she feels that she dent. 9O4-375-33B6 1-8OO-B24-B262 CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
can accomplish more as a safety of- The driver of the truck Joseph
ficer. Eaton cooperates with Officer V'CIIIROPRACTIC APPROACH
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Fancher Jr. after a lengthy illness. She was born
in Sanderson in Baker County and
Peter Dennis Fancher, Jr 78, of moved to Starke at an early age with r
Gainesville, died Sept 15 ul his her parents Mr. & Mrs. T.J. (Tom) ;Or> Kl ,
home. lie was a former Starke resi Gnffm Her father was agent for the SUNDAVS /
dent. Seaboard Railroad In Starke for
Born in Taylor County, Fla., Mr many years.
Fancher was a retired corrections Mrs. Mendoza was married on
officer with the Fla.State Division of November :30, 1915 to the late
Corrections: worked 46 years for the Markley Johns, a Starke attorneywho 12 Year Exterior $ -
State of "Florida served in the U S was elected president of the ( 9 "w S
Navy and was a fifty-year Mason Florida Senate in 1931, but died I L D ij Flat Latex House Paint !E
and a member of Bradford IxMlgoK&AM. before serving his term. She later Warranted to
cover color in
any just
one coat _
He was a deacon of married Dr. Carl Mendoza of _
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Highlands Presbyterian Church Jacksonville and had resided in that blistering and peeling -Stain, fade and I
Survivors include his wife Mcldcc city since 1935.: chalk resistant Available in white, colors and custom
Fancher; one son, Peter l>., III, of' Mrs. Mendoza was a past presi 3-Pack colors 47401-10.31-4 ,I '
Gainesville; one brother, William; dent of the Starke Woman s Club and 3.4"X4.0 YardMasking 12 Year Exterior $ 97 I|i L OWE 5 OwisNeGo
Fancher of Ojai, Calif.; and twograndchildren. continued her civic activities in Tape 1 I +t
( Jacksonville where she served as House And Trim Paint . Cm G.HOOHnjhly ,,
Funeral services were held Sept president of St. Vincent's Auxiliary 9 I)C rusiblanl to chalking and staining. 'Warranted one coat I DELUXE2Year DM Nolleg
18 at Highlands covi-i.irjo over any color'excellent color and
Presbyterian from 1949 to 1951. She was an active lilt 41012 gloss retention J
Church with Itev William Shea und member of the Lakewood United Comas, .in white colors and custom colors#47551-55.71-74 I
Ilev Cliff Lyda officiating iiurial Methodist Church where she taughtthe
was in Crosby Lake Cemetery in Mendoza Bible Sunday School H
Sturke, under the direction of Class for
many years. ---
Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of At the time of her death she was Warranty tom"
iamcsvillc.; living with her son-in-law and ::-T:: -_ Exterior One Coat: r
In lieu of flowers, those who wish! daughter, Rankin and Gloria Johns
may make contributions to: Glines in Jacksonville. She is also ktfexriat Taint
Hospice, Inc., HOI SW 2nd Avenue House
survived by a son,Carl Clifford Mendoza -
(;,1 intl>vllle, "'J. :32B01 Jr., deputy director of the M m n tr/ ,
Jacksonville Port Authority; and Ipq
Mrs. Ethel Jones I. '
two grandchildren. celeIIIU1eklgiry4.amwrx .
Mrs. Ethel Mae Jones, 11:1: of Funeral services were held at 2 7
Sampson City, died Sept 19! in p m Tuesday in the Chapel of ?
ALichua Convalescent Center in George! II Hewcll and Son Funeral
Gainesville following an extended il- Home in Jacksonville. Interment '

lness. followed in Crosby Lake Cemeteryof ,..,...J...."'" n:3-.zJ ;.;!(..,\,;;,.;...i.M.: ;tc
Born Dec. 8, 1905 in Brooker Mrs. Starke. Local arrangements were .... 1 .-ir41.."!..:.;l..i.l';::: ..
Jones was a lifelong resident of handled by Jones Funeral Home of
Sampson City, was a retired postal
worker in Sampson City, and retired SlarlfpMrs.. Myrtice GrossMrs. TO
from Sunland Training Center iniamesvillc. C55ge_ Reg 55.997
( Myrtice Renfroe Silcox '
Mrs. Jones: Is survived by her Gross, Mi, of Keystone Heights, died \ 'GoodKaurekeeping Deluxe
guardian and nephew, David W. Sept. 19!)at Alachua General Hospitalin a \ 44erarno05541 \\ Roller Tray
Jones of Lake Geneva; and one Gainesville following a brief il- a Kit
brother, Horace Varnes of Daytona Iness.
Beach. Born and raised in Union County $099
Graveside funeral services were Mrs. Gross attended Union County jdAAAIA le rW'syp
held Sept. 20( at Mt. Sinai Cemetery schools then moved to Bradford o AM #419204Pack
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in Graham with Rev Gene Bass of- County where she resided many ?Good Housekeeping.
ficiating. Arrangements were handled years before moving to Keystone ,
by Jones Funeral Home of Heights for the past several years. kl4rxroAn
Starke. She was a member of Air Park Bap-- 4
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tist Church of Starke. $ Year r '"
Mrs. Addie McConaghyMrs. Survivors include her husband, Warranty t
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Adelle Juanita McConaghy Thomas P. Gross of Keystone; four Premiu One boa C
77, of Gainesville, died Sept. 15 in sons, John Hayes Kirkpatrick of .:;. -
Year
Alaehuii General Hospital following Lake City, Ray I)., Jr., Jessie and 15
l'xlf'ndeclillness. Ron Silcox all of Starke; three Late WhiteAcrylic
nn Exterior
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Born June 2, 1912 in Ottawa, Kansas daughters, Libby Kirkpatrick Griff Latex
Mrs McConaghy moved to is of Raiford Brenda Silcox Slade of Low Lustre House Paintcolois Caulk
Starke and Belinda Silcox Dyal of staining and
mildew
Gainesville six months ago! from Lakeland; five stepsons, Larry -CovOl with.one cad .Resists :, on wood Four
She was a homemaker aSlJlgUS\
Hampton. : and Silcox all of Im.JII1JWon I ca. Loug 4 $387 10 S Ol|
and a member of Victory Baptist Gary Handy West IUl11lnum siding -1 he last paint mbu
Church. Palm Beach, Thomas P. Gross, Jr. stucco mdsanrY 01 White.colors and custom !
of Starke, and Larry Gross of Long you'tt need In this century
Survivors include two daughters, (W47511-22/
available
Island, N.Y.; two stepdaughters, ate
and Year
Juanita Melton of Hampton 15
Ossie Curtis of Hartshorn OK; two Linda Silcox Watts of West Palm 15 Year Semi-Gloss $-f C44 Wall Paint
Beach Pat Gross Dalaba of Pot- Flat
sons, James W. of Albuquerque, Trim Paint . **Gallon Interior -oar
lersville N.Y. three sisters, Verlie & e+
House
; lntedor
N.Mex., and Irvin McConaghy of _Wes}able- _Warranteed 15 are on all Fad and
Hcnfroe and Virginia Ren at coat coverage
Gainesville of; one Forestville brother,, Irvin Md Me ten froe Harper Harper,both of Starke, and her _Warranlt.cd15d Years k Covers wll t Non one.Yellowing-White _Washable paint One and hfahN ecru bableSlain. e r
Conaghy ; Whlte reslatant #4581-9
twin Myrtle Renfroe Waters of Lake 1147531.40 and custom colors.
grandchildren and twelve great- colors
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Butler; four brothers,Ventrice Ren and
grandchildren.Funeral services were held Sept. froe of Davenport, Rudolph Renfroeof 15 Year interior latex $13$7It1Y' _
17 at Victory Baptist Church in Archer, Hollice Renfroe of Choose From Over Enamel Tlastic:
Chiefland and Julian Renfroe of Semi-Gloss
of- O'7Dp : l Dropcloth
Hampton with Rev Bob Cooper
Colors
Melrose thirteen andonl' Custom able \ .
,
; grandchildren m\\S 1.000 One coat covergo
in Santa FeCemetery 5
ficiating. Interment was greatgrandchild.Funeral CO '#'Warran'11 years
of Hampton under the services will be held Fri "/ ;xed'FI &A.UT W [ .. colors 1147491.8I ./1 3 ago
direction of Jones Funeral Home of ,
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day Sept. 22 at 11 a m. at Archie I #.40546C
Starke. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke .
Mrs. Thelma MendozaMrs. with Rev. Lester Austin officiating.
Burial will be in Kingsley Lake
Thelma Griffin Mendoza, 91, Cemetery with Archie Tanner -- "-
died Friday, Sept. 15 in Jacksonville ..
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM FRIDAY SEPT.22.1:30 until Remodelingsale 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. "A TRADITION OF TRUST"WATERFRONT

to the Bradford County' KOA/WAL MART. Hwy 301.2000 sq ft. ,.-ngehood,velvet<*air,children Owner will finance. $$2000/acre.call ..... .....
Telegraph offic. In' $600 month domes white uniforms,lots of miscellaneous 864-7771 or 964-4537 TFN
writing' and paid In' 864-S848.evenings 473- mobile
GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOM LAKE HILICREST. 3/2, 1980
advance unless credit Is already 3627 TFN .. 527 N. Cherry St. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964- .
established with this office. FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED FRI 22ND SAT 23RD B-Spm. 4 miles 8878LAND-2 1/2 acres up with well & home, outside and In remodeled In cypress, CHSA carpet range, refrlg d/w
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 1000 sq ft fast food location across from from Keystone, 10 mile from septic. EZ owner finanCIng. North of hot tub shingle roof, fireplace, concrete driveway aboveground pool, lots of'
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN KOA/Wal Mart 864-8848. evenings Starke.tak. C-48 off SR BO. see signs. Lawtey or South of Hampton RALPH decking screen porch storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain'link
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473-3627 TFN Across from Salvation Army Camp at BRYAN REALTY. 964-8878 TFN S privacy fence. $ 75,0001
THE TELEPHONE. STORE FOR RENT. 1000 SQ FT. 30L dead end. Lots of everything! Also. LAWTEY ACREAGE: with road COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its best! 800' of paved winging
Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON SOUTH PLAZA. 064-7681 OR 964- house and four acres. Call for details. MATHEWS REAL, driveway to this superb 3500 sf home. The home has beautiful wooden floors
prior to Thursday publication. 6784 TFN 4FAMILYGARAGESALE.SATURDAY.8/ 964-4469. TFN carpet vaulted ceilings, 4 levels of living space, Ig. foyer eat-in kitchen with
Classified display deadline TUESDAY, 23 B-2pm. Sawyer Gas parking lot. BUILDING LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD- new built-in appliances, formal dining room Ig. living family room with
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display :' MlnJ.J "UOM.[ S. Nice children.doming men do thing. cleared and mostly cleared levelled fireplaces 4 BRs, 3 Full Baths, 2'/i baths, Inside utility room 3 sunbathingdecks
placement NOT Guaranteed.' ; ; Sears weight bench and weights,baby and landscaped call 964-6300 TFN 100 ft. on Lake Geneva. 2V4 Ac., with sprinkler system, Ig. oaks,

Minimum' charge for classified ads Is () { :SilJAMERICAN -; : Items, small appliances draperies, 9 ACRE TRACT: 4 acres of mature pines. azaleas, dogwoods, camellias Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgts. Assum.
15 words for S3.50. then 15 cents for craft Items lots of odds and ends. 5 acres of improved drained property Mtg Must see to appreciate)
each word thereafter. $1 billing chargewill GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY 0-3PM. 401 pecan trees fruit trees mobile home GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKE* GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
be added to each CHARGED FAMILY HOMES. NEW/ S.Epperson St,childrens domes, furniture well septic.Greatbuildmg site lor small Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 10O1 lots,
classified ad.CAI USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGE and misc. ranch. Located I mile from Starke GolfCourse.$34.900.964.8602alter6pm. $65,000 each and one' 92.65' lot $48.000.

PARK2720637. .....HOMES....
: S., rRUCKS I 2BR BATH MOBILE HOME needs repair ,UOl.n's, 20 ACRES of land(for sale.One mile North RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITE. 2 BR, I BA frame home on 1.65 Acres. Cleared
on one acre well septic and two "
of Starke. All or part. $2000 per landscaped. Owner financing $3500 Dn. $195/10 Yrs. $ 17,000
1985 FORD ESCORT.L-4.hatchbacklike sheds LocatadlnCrosleyTrailerPark, BOAT MOl ,A TRAiLER. Can ben acre.negodablo. Call .
964-7900 after GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple- BR 1 ba carport porch.NE
new 9000 miles$3500 call 473-4576 near Hampton. $15,000 or make offer at 1597 GeIger Rd or call 964-7415 alter Sam 26th Ave. S 26.000
Call 964-4271
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT "
SEIZED RIVERBENDESTATES.totl9-1989.14x80./ 4pm WANTED HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR 2 bo, CH8A 1539 s.f., 1.7 acre $ 40,000
VEHICLES from $100. Fords 1983-16 FT FIBERGLASS BOAT .
mercedes trailer. '
NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom 1 bath 5 acres. Home has new 20 roof, freshlypainted
Corvettes Chevys Surplus 3BR 2 bath mobile home. I IJ4\ acre 2 Hva welts, pedistal seats $750 firm yr.
land price negotibte. call 904-246- WANT RESPONSIBLE MALE ROOM Inside. Owner soys 'Make an Offerl'ELEGANCE !
buyers guide. 1-602-838-8885 ext A 805 N. Thompson Si 864-5882
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3493CHEAPII 8830 MATE to share 38R house.JI50 month IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatments,
DRUG SEIZED OVERFLOW : plus half utilities call 964-8045 3 ceiling fans, CHftA, stove, refrlg. DW garage with door opener antenna
ING BMWs Jeeps, Chevrolet. 4x4s .t.oSTI1 Ot'NJ) ST.GEORGES CHURCH ft. MISSION. with rotary booster wood floors new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
Fords.Trucks. Cadillacs. Mercedes LOST Classified Ads Needs your help volunteer or financing garden' large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy
Boats. Planes. From $100.FREE 24 DOGBROWN FEMALE CHOW. so thatwecanestebll.h the MIssion Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
hour recording reveals details.801-785- lost in of or 227 Sampson City Get Results! Home for abused mothers. We need beautifully landscaped.BRICK .

7236 ext.B20IC. 89-449 Rd. Reward 964-6727 clothes and material items call 964- HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3'/i BATHS. 402 St. Clair 51. .86 of an acre, foyer,

89 CHEYENNE TRUCK with ground 8612 LR, DR, kitchen w/ refrig. range/oven dishwasher fan/hood, den laundryroom
eftect.full size v-8 305 hp maroon/ 'J.\NINl S l It S I and an office, CH&A enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
gold fully equlpped.am/fm.5 speed.a/ back yard with security lights. $71,000
c.tinted windowssliding back glass, 4 rFOreSHJB: :? : AppraisalsREALTOR Sales CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA wood
months old.JIOOO dn.assume pymts. L heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio. 3 other buildings 2 acres, lots of trees,
call anytime.. 904-289-9647 WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE garden' spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 79.500
NISSAN 4 WHEEL DRIVE. NEWTIRES HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB 3 BR/lBo carpet, cent heat, windowair
AND RIMS. LOW MILEAGE AND Worksll Now available for cats too. stove, refrlg DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38.000
GOOD CONDITION. $500 and take Gator II Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed / r I BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba. CB wood floors 1185 s.'..5 acre $ 60,000
over payments. 964-3168 & Goldklst. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
1971 CHEVROLET PICK UP 6 cyl. runs HORSES FOR SALE: Uver colored Mor-
brick and Oaks lot
BROOKER:3/2 frame. Shady S/D extra $ 44,000
$700 obo 782-3224 quarter horse.Excellent for beginners -
great gan HAMPTON LAKE AREA, 3 BR, 2 ba, CHS A, screened patio with BBQ grill.
1973 VOLKSWAGON FOR SALE call ,very easy to work with.also Welch
& Associates
964-4556 and Pas hina Cross pony for experienced Also 3 BR MH. 1 V. bo, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.

1985 FORD ESCORT L-4 DR Hatch back, riders only. Price negotiable .....COMMERCIAL.....
like new.9000 miles $3500.call 473- sale or trade, calf 468-13(6.( 493 OH 8AWTA FE RIVERA N. TEMPLE AVE 1 Acrezoned Commercial. $125,000
4576 FOR SALE. 2 HORSE TRAILERS excellent nature lovers paradise! Large hardwood trees galore on this 8.66 acre WOWI I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAL! Carradlnes Lawtey. Approx. 600' on
1978 CHEVY NOVA 2drformore Inform- condition 1984.and 2 year old filly. lot In a subdivision. Only 7 miles from 1-75 Alachua/rllgh Hwy 301 10 acres of land 3300 s.f. store and living quarters paved drivewaywith
lion call 9646611REPOExcellent quarter horse, and throughbred, 782- Springs exit. Owner will finance with 10% down <* 10% for 1O years. ample parking. $149,500

condition!1975/ Cadillac 3773 COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE" CHSA, band area
REED SOIL!: SPACE?
Coupe Devilta red with white top.runs :YAUDjSALKSSTRICKLAND' 12x85 furnished mobile home secluded on 19.18 acres, 20 minutes dance floor liquor license included. 2'/. acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 ft Hwy.
like atop,wants a good homelcaIl964. north of Gainesville 1 mile south of Worthington Springs. Beautiful 26. Separate living quarters Included. Owner would finance with good down

5010 __ SEWING MACHINE REPAIR wood has 5 cleared acres for garden, animals and the rest Is heavily payment! $220.000
COVI.MKRCIAL'PROPKRTVOFFICE : : also used machines$29 and up. : Call directions. Assumable 1st no qualtl tng. SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone,
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Downtown Starke. Assum. Mtg Reduced to$49,900NICE
Completely reconditioned also home- 4040 Newberry Road Suite 950
APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Ave. 8 furnished
SPACE. 500 soft for rent on Hwy made quilts$50 and up. Hwy 233 & 16 Temple on.
Gainesville. FL 32607 with excellent record, and
BR apartments, fully occupied occupancy heating
301 Starke.Apply at Durrance Pump& (Morgan Rd.1864-8733. TFNFRIANDSAT.I6WESTTONW57THAVE.
Supply. 964-7061 TFN Bus. (904) 375-7039 cooling unit In each apartment. Good cash flow! $147,000
GO RIGHT,2 MILES ON THE RIGHT.I RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 *f. bldg.
w w.r I= -=.. pvd. pkg. Good business Opportunity Call for Details
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301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85.000
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; ".. -, Ann T.rwill.gar Nelson . . . . . 473-7541

Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323

BY D.bra Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833
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43 Acres \rtth 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150,000

Beautifu Lakr Lots! On Paved Road In .

Hawthorn- ......................................................$25.000 & Up
Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontagein P JK

Alachua County ,,

@ 1\. (B e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 TREE AND STUMP

Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB President! MOBILE HOME LOTS with or Withput septic & well hookup

:QUAL HOUSINQ REALTOR e 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre REMOVAL
Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000

2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 Licensed & Insured
ERA Faulkner Really, Inc. Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each

e 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000
blocks South of C.R. 100 Lafayette St.
Located 301. 2
Hwy.
New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease 964-9300

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000

TWO COMMERCIAL properties available across from Winn-Dixie .v-N'V: """""" """""""" .
Marketplace#MO.89 4166.49RAIFORO .
AREA Owner financing' on ham with '/. acre. $23,000.1134-89. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY

BEAUTIFUL HOME in Hampton Oak, over 1.25' acres, over 2000 .... Owner will Ronald E. Newman. Sr. A A A A A7A A A A A A A A
consider LEASE PURCHASE. 10-89,
.LARGE HOME IN CITY Beautifullandscaped! yard. Fireplace, all appliances 964-6881
Included#122-89 Accelerated Realty inc.
Tank Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates ,
1 TO 4 ACRE LOTS OWNER FINANCING. Low Down Payment. Septic
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included. 110889.
.DALEWOOD SUBDIVISION] Brick horn. 3 BR. 2 BA Assum. Mtg. 193.89.
.LEASE-PURCHASE 3 BR Home In the 30's. Fenced Yard. 19689. 964-4544
BUILDING LOTS IN CITY $2,800 each. 19289
WOODED
DOUBLE WIDE 8 HOUSE On 2 Acres In city. #75-S9. .' 1: :t IIwy. 301 S. lIB I
.PRICE JUST REDUCED on this 30 Ac. farm with Ig. 4 BR brick home. 199.89. Starke FL
!tUI .OUIIIIC
ik HIGH ft DRY 3 Acres with nice 3BR 2 BA fenced, cross fenced large i OUTLAW | a a

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two-story
.BESSENT ROAD:3 8R.3 BA White Birch Approx. 2400 sq. ft. on I 1/4 Ac.*'13989. C (ill: ;> :*! :E y.rtlrigW'iik'.nds> 'Homes'Lot
3/4 Acre. 'l3>-89. 9644522O '- 'Acreage'Waterfront
.PAST HOSPITAL Nice Building on
sr vt, Your Full Service Real Estate Office
1 ACRE ON SOUTH SIDE OF CROSBY LAKE.*124-89. ''Farms'Commercial
.LAWTEYi Beautiful brick home on' 5 Ac. Must *.. to appreciate 13088.. < .BEAUTIFUL 24x.0 MOBILE HOME! On 1.63 Ac. Assum. Mfg.. 126-89 1---L
GOLFVIEW Only 2 lots left.#!2J-89. SPECIAL Near Hampton Acres. with Well, Septic Tank
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS In Starke. Call for details. 1121-89. And Power Pole. $12,000, Cash Terms..
REALTOR
TWO-STORYl 5 BR. 2 BA on large lot. 51000. "".89.
.VERSATILE PROPERTYiS 1/2 Ac, 2 houses, 1 apartment, several large HAMPTON LAKE. ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, CHSA 2184 SF. 576 SF I
warehouse buildings. Priced to i.ll. M2-89. Workshop.
RAIFORDi Nice house, opprox. 2,000 sq. ft. on 1 Acre/ Call to view BROKERS SPECIAL a SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Family Room CHSA 180 ft.
1106-89. on Water. '
BUILDING used for MH. WHAT A BUY Better then new 3 BR, 1 Vt Both, Brick NEW HOME 4BR/2BA CH
LOT IN LAWTEVl Beautiful! 100x200. Can be Brick A. 10x12 Sun Deck Well 8 Septic.
Whirlpool hear :nice landscaped lot In Starke.
A steal at 3000. #98-89 pump SHADE TREES 38R/2BA Brick. CH4A, 2946 SF, 2 Garages, on 1.7 Acres. ,
CORNER LOT IN CITYl 75x220. May be divided Into' 2 building lot of 75'" to.Own.r A Buy at $49,900 FRONTAGE ON HWY 100 3BR/2BA Cut Brick CH..... Room for Horses 2.5
anxious. Excellent Buy al $12,1001 110289. A Acres.P [
.BUILD YOUR DREAM HOUSES on' this high and dry lot. 292x200. Can be divided .BEST AREAS 38R. 2Ba CHftA, brick, 1405 *f., new roof, new paint. 56000. CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two Story, AC Units; Elct. Heat. Well A
STARK HISTORIC AREA Renovated 6BR, 3Vk BA 6 fireplaces. 135000.
2 146x200. A great buy at 19000. All this and owner Septic.
Into parcels
HIGHWAY 14 WESTt ./2.. CHftA, 1496 s.f. 1 $55.000. .
financing fool# 9-89. on acre S HWY 16 E 3BR/2BA Doublewlde, CH4A, Workshop Fish Pond, Well I Sep.
INCOME PROPERTY 4/2 Home, plus 8 room Day Care Facility. IIc.
.2 BR, 1 BA NEAR TOWNS Large corner lot. Fully fenced.patio w/bullt In BBQ.
Laundry area and FR. Only asking $36.9001124-89. .FENCED YARD all appliances, convenient location, 3/1't4. Only 35000. PORCHES ALL ROUND 3BR/I BA, A-Frame, Pol. Barn Tool Shed, Well t
BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA brick home. Large oak trees. a IN BROOKUl From. Horn. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing. a Septic a
Backyard patio. In' town. Priced for Quick Sal.. 1138-89.. .REDUCED Brkk, CHftA, over 2000 s.f., In the country on 2.78 acres. CHURCH STREET 3BR/2BA CB CH4A, Family Room 2148 SF, Garage.
LARGE CORNER LOT 270x243. In.Country Club Estate Asking $12,500 .OWNIR FINANCING) 2 story frame 4/2, CHftA on 4.64 acres 55000. CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB 8 Frame CH.A, 1536 SF, Comer Lot.; ,
financing. 136-88.. FRAME with cedar siding 4/1, rge. ref, on 10 acres. 52000. a CHURCH STREET Two Story Apartment Bldg. 2BR/1BA M Apt Go Heat.a
.with owner LOT IN TOWN Well and septicc. nice trees! f57-89. ..EPPERSON STREET 4 BR, 1900 ..f. home. No sign on property. 37500. HIGHWAY 301 S. 300 ft. frontage 2 Mobil. Home ft Commercial Bldg. '
1 ACRE 2 Rental Units, good Income on Center St. 1106-89. PtNIMIEZE IIDIII kept brick, 31'CHftA., nice lot, 39000. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA OW Mobile Horn., CHA 2 Acres i
DUPLEX. Bend Area In Grohom. 10500. Owner Financing. I89. .PRAMS 3/1 on 3 acre, 38x30 pole barn fruit trees, and more. 52000. a CTY HWY 235 4.8 Acres 3BR/2BA MH, Central Heat, AC Unit, Paved
ACRES.RIver
3 POOLI On a beautiful acre with nice 3 BR/2 BA house. 1127-89.: CIDAB HOMI on 1 acre, CHftA, rang ft refr., $38,000. Road. '
IN-GROUND CLUBS Beautiful executive home over 1800 sq. ftJo/-89. .THRIE ECONOMY HOMES ranging from $16.000 to 24000. a
COUNTRY *FARM HOtttfi CHftA. on 28 acres 2 barns, pecan grove 87000.' SELECTED PROPERTIES a

RENTALS .2 BR Home, Water St. 27S/Mo..< BRICKS 4 tHl. 2Vi la. CHftA. FP, Rng. ft Refrl., DW, over 5 acres. WALDO Nice Shady Bldg or Mobil. Home Lot, 100x200 ft '
.1 BR Apt. Duplex Center St. $200/Mo. .IN STAKKIi Close to hosp. CB 3/1. CHftA, Big Rooms! 38500. a MOM LOTS. Hwy 16W' City Water Sewage Owner
.LAKE COTTAGE on dear sand-bottom lake, 17 mile from Stark. 44900. HOME S52 LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Brooker. Financing. a

LARGE LOT IN OTYl 100x200 w/30x30 garage suitable to star motor horn. FOUR S-ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Owner Financing.
COMMERCIALS South US 301. 3 acres plus with metal bldg. 8 mobile home. a THREE I.ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brook.... Owner Financing. a
WtU 4 SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 OCT.. zoned for MH. (REDUCED to $11,000)). 6 ACRES Well Septic ft Power Pole.

Call One of Our Professionally I BMUTtFUL TWO TOCY: brick cedar farm home "12'%, 72 acres. 4 ACRES Frontage M Hwy. 100W. City Water 8 Ie_...
LAWTIV AREAS nice home CHftA. on I aero, quiet and peaceful. (REDUCED) I | 8 ACRES Hwy 301 South. a
Trained 'Sf all-Tod ay.....96i-50S9. #LAKE LIVING AT ITS BUT Beautiful high ft dry lot, area's finest homes. 9.' ACRES Frontage en New River Well ft SepHc.Wayne .

After Hour Call These Realtor Associates. : .
Callus About
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Irene L.Faulkn.r..944-5142
LAKI LOTS .HOMES 'ACREAGE Douglas.644J
'rXirUne GocIwI"..... **-.2503.w .UILDINO LOTS .COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWe Bill DedeV 944-740 d.keBIT) Own*.94444311Mexlne 94-4444

.rran Woody" Ryd_.r..9: 4-9040 Invite Inquiries On Our.Other Listings Nevl Were] 944-7484 Beets 4 *-14471A

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. NOTICE FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALES
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; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted SEWING MACHINU NOT WORKING. SATURDAY SEPT 23 From 9 to 2. 6411
) ij'. tE l 1* FT.GARAOI DOOR-Wood. Liken.w.R.mol.
( lh the Call Swindell. 4737662. Bucknell Av.nue, High Ridge Off
'.. ,, ... INSULATED GLASS SALE 32x74'$39 to Lok. Region Monitor office control with hardware. Don't panic. 100
each. First quality.. Ideal for In writing and paid In advance $475. Work guaranteed.. Used machines $50 Eait.1tpd/-9-21
GOVERNMENT HOMES! From $100 (U Sunrooms.porch enclosures. Many unless credit li already established TORO 475.1536.2tchg/9.21.28 With and up. 7/20 tfnchg SATURDAY ONLY-Goroge sale-weather
MOWER-NEW.
with this roar grasscatcher. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines permlttlnghurrlcone( ).
office. Misc.
Repair)Foreclosures,REpos Tax De- other size available. Large & small Bought In May for $419-lllness
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford ltems-7471 Lakevlew St. 1tpd9-2l
linquent Properties. Now selling this
Free Information. Act To-
orders. forcing sale for $295 or trade for auto
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Septic Tanks, Stark. 964-8121.
real!Call(refundable)1-315-733-6064. day 800-841-9842. 89-452 that runs, 4732438.1tchg92128
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 7/6tfncha
ext.G 3014. for current listings! U-PICK PEAS$6 per hamper.964-6521 or FOUND
THE TELEPHONE. DOORS DRAGGING'LOOM SAGGING'HOUSE
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTwooded:
964-8733. Morgan Rd. CR 233 4 16
Classified deadline I. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday OUT OF LIVEL*-Call loRue POUND AT MILLERS-Neckloce.
lots river access $5450 each. No Coll
743/4 TON CHEVY With body.$1500
money down. $65.41 month. Owner. I- also 78 Honda Gold utility) 1000 with prior to Thursday publication. Leveling Service for all your foundation 473-2195 to ID.
236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN am/mi wing radio, cruise Minimum charge I I.$3.50 for 15 words, HELP WANTEDCHOIR repairs. Keystone, 473-7721. 7/9TFN TWO PUPPIES-one male/one female.
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS matching trailer then 15 cents for each additional word. EXPERIENCED CHILD CAHE-ln Keystone, Call 4732195.
lakefront remodeled. and other extras$1600,also Whirlitzer Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 DIRECTOR NEEDED-ar Keystone trained In Infant CPU.4732577.2tchg97t4 2tfr/9-21-28
home,completely .caJ1485-IOSO! 964-3864.
pmno.KXX or United Methodist Church. Immediate
His., FL 32656
3 bedrooms, 2 baths furnished.185 ft. Keystone
call evenings.. opening for all present and future the Ole Maids
HOUSI CLEANING-Let
on lake floating dock, fantastic moun- NEARLY NEW PANASONIC STEREO choirs. Salary baud on experience.Call Clean house far Call Elaine at WANT TO BUY
you.
tain views.$$159,900 terms. GArden and record player with speakers. Elec- FURNITUREKING.SIZE 473.3829 for further Information. your .
I Realty Robbinsville.NC.28771.1-800- tric heater electric razor,4 miles North 3tchg/9-14-2B 4730042.4tchg972S.PAINTINOINTERIOREXTIRIOII- WANT TO BUY GOOD. USED.Newborn
344-0837. ..89456i of Starke on 301. 964-7584 BED-Mattress, boxsprlngs, PART-TIME SECRETARY.Immediate open- Reasonable rotas.475-2474. call after S outfits. God's Miracle Baby Shop.
CORN FED HOGS DRESSED FOR THE and frame Mattress pad and on.set of ing for part-time secretary ((20 hours 0-6x-4BO Lawrence Blvd Keystone,
i : FOIt SAE : : FREEZER $ 95pe pound, 782-3292 sheets. Good condition. $125.00.475.1048.2Ichg9.14.21 per week), Monday Friday 9:00 a.m.to CERT.p.m. 2tchg/9-7-28 NURSES AIDI-Wants to sit with 4737140. ltchg921BOATS
PINEHURST VARIETY-large selection of 1:00 p.m. Necessary skills Include .
senior home or
FOR SALEFRESH GROUND GRITS craft supplies. Silk and dried (flowers ltpd/9-14 typing filing word processing and cltlian-my yourl.Nancy4733872.2Ipd9.2128

AND CORN MEAL-70 per poundcall .wood cutouts baskets wreaths nb- UPHOLSTERED LOVE SEAT-Clean-IIke data entry. Salary $5.50 per hour. Call LIGHT HAULING-Chain sawing, yard FOR SALE
904-259-3901. bon and much more. Across from new. Early American style. $150. Call 473.3829 for further Information.
HOTPOINT 30.ELECTRIC RANGE.$75. SouthsideElem.. 100 S.open 7am- to ..4734648. llpd/9-2)) 3tchg/9-14-28 work.! odd |lob. Coll473.4055.2tpd92128 191 '"' BONITO BOWRIDER-70HP

964-7581 AFTER 8PM. 8pmMon-Sal. 9am-6pmSun. 964- MOTHERS HELPER-330: to 730. Must Evlnrude; PTT: Built-in Stainless steel
WINDOW WASHING-Let ma do that |lob
FRESH CHANNEL CATFISH: DRESSEDAND 5587 CARS-TRUCKSMOTORCYCLES hove own transportation basic cook. you put off. Special Offar-SlO. Call gas tank; full Instrumentation; new
DELIVERED LOCALLY $200 6 PIECE COUNTRY LIVING ROOM SET Ing skills, and references. 475-1554. 475.2942 for appt. Kedgley's Window blmlnl top; gator trailer- n.w skids,
PER POUND. BUCKS CATFISH 2 MONTHS OLD. asking $250. call ltpd/9-21 Washing Service.ltpd/9-21 rollers, buddy bearings; Mint Condi-
FARM 964-4752, LEAVE MESSAGE 782-1169 ATTENTION-Government seized FULL-TIME COOK-Needed at New Life PIANO lESSONS-Prlvate Instruction by tion450000. 4752133. ltpd/921
ARCHERY SEASON OPENS SEPTEMBER REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE:new condition vehicles from $100. Fords Mercedes, Acres. 475.2108. 2tchg92128.ATTENDANT'AIDEThursdaySunday. qualified teacher with 15 yrs. e' p.
23 Flndallyourtargetarcheryand ,with ice maker$250,301 E.Call St Chevys, Corvettes. Surplus Buyers 475-9808. 2tthg/9-21-28
bowhunting equipment in our new DOUBLE BED COMPLETE$65.13 in color Guide. 1-602.838-8885 Ext.A14027.MS morning Must be patient responsible,
pro shop Indoor shooting TV $75, dinette table S 4 khans $35 CHRYSLER LASERBIue. 2door. with good references McRae Retire
archer rasington'sTrailShop233'NW' 1979 Fairmont Station wagon call 4 73- 30,000 mlUsPSPBATAM/FM ment. 473-2881. 4tchg/9-28

stHwy( 441 N) Gainesville,I-800-251- 4508 Stereo.AC.Crulse Tilt louvers, bra. MUSIC DIRECTOR-Keystone Community
4073 ABOVE GROUND SWIMMING POOL- Org{ warranty. Good Church port-time. Music degree experience [ Union County Area Ads ) I

4-PCLIVING ROOM SET.good condl- x 5 ft. best offer call 9647CMBiFORRENT( condition.$5700.00. Call ((904)7312503.ltchg921. ) 473-4182/475-2194.preferred.2tchg83197LIVEIN Pleas call
(on$275,2; wooden lamps$5 each, 2 .
ATTENDANT-Thursdoy-Sunday
barstools$5eachmicrowavecart$25Call : i 1965 CHEVY TRUCK C50-Runs good. Setup
Must be
morning. reiponslblo patientwith
473-0576 for pulpwood. $1250.00 best of
or
OLIVER 1450 DIESEL TRACTOR.6 ft 3 BEDH oM.EAT IN KITCHEN.Ch/ fer. 4737046. 2tchg/9-14 good refs. McRae Ret. 473-2881. REAl: ESTATES MOBILE HOMES

mower,8 ft blade.IOOO, call 782-3716 a.carpet Inside utihOes..375 month 1980 PLYMOTH HORIZON.Rebuilt VW 4 2tehg/9-7-14 FOR SALE
FULL SIZE FORD PICKUP TRUCK plus deposit)year lease. Directions: 4 cyl. engine. 2-Doar. hatchback, 4 to M ACRES with large concrete barns.
PARTS.C-6rearend,etc.964-7545 or miles north of Starke on 301 to NE 50th speed. Good cond. $1495 obo. LAND FOR SALE Also new doublewlde on 1 acr. or
964-8569 right dead endnght follow signs.1-778- 4732438. ltchg/0-21 larger In country. Call 496-3939 days 1990 14'xStf 2 bed 1 both. $6995.00 FOB
BARGAINS.BARGAINS,BARGAINS!! 0314. 72 CONTINENTAL MARK Roadworthy. BEAUTIFUL LOT IN HIGHRIDOB-low 4541595. evenings tfn/chg. 6/22. $350.00 down payment
Giant close out sale mobile homes EFFICIENCY APARTMENT.3 1/4 miles (Its very good). Rust free body and 'little price, easy terms- Yale Street close to DOUBLEWIDI ON 1 ACM custom built. 2 $97.00/month. Call 7555114. Circle B
bedding parts Asupplies.Everything South ol Starke on 301. Private clean, TLC will make perfect 18 year old paved road 1.264-7997. 1tchg9-21 bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. Homes lake City FL. 4tchg 9/7 thru
mustgoSat Sept 23,9-5pm.Sun.Supt no pets. 964-5687. classic $1500-tradeor( ) $1350 cash ACRE LOT IN KH-Alllgator Creek. Well Owner financing available Must sell. 9/28.
24.I-5pm. LocatedOlin Homes Center FRESHLY PAINTED: SMALL APART 473.0526. ltchg/9-21. and septic tank. $7500 cash firm. Buyer Call 496-3939. days. 454-1595 even- BANK RECOS 1985 and up. $500.00 downon
Hwy 100 West Starke MENT in Lawtey, $180,7823949LOW pays elating costs. (8138561360.) Ings. tfn/ha. 629.GOVERNMENT 14' wldes, $1000.00 down on
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS$1499PERMONTH.CALL9644)946. DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES kitch- ANIMALS 3tchg/9-21-10-3 HOMES tram $1 (U doublewldes. Bad credit or no credit.
enettes room available mobile home repair): Delinquent tax property. You can buy. Call 7555114. Circle B
NEWSPAPER PLATES- parking space for rent also call 782- 2 FLUFFY MALAMUTE PUPS-10 I weeks sled FOR RENT Repossessions. Call 805-687-6000. Ext. Homes, lake City FL. 4tchg. 9/7 thru
aluminum.Measures 24x36 3332 dogs'fust came down from Canada GH-1136 for current repo list. 8/24 9/28.
inches,$.50 each. Great for patchingand 3 BEDROOM TRAILER $200 per month Male $75 female $35. Good with kids COMMERCIAL SPACE available In Stpd. 1012.BEAUTIFUL (CIRCLI B HOMES) Is your factory outlet
repairs..TELEGRAPH.135 W Call plus deposit, 964-8255 and cots. Also have free kittens, cats Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. I* ACRESon paved road In for Clayton homes. Built In Lake City
St Starke MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY to good homes. 473.0526. ltchg/9-21. ft. A 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility Union County limber large oaks Sold In Lake City. Come see where
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthur WATER.SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- FREE KITTENS.and cats to good homes. In both locations 473.3193 or Call today Gal. Bartlett, Daniel your money Is going. Call 7555114.
Gaskms 782-3140 7498 TFN All healthy housepets Some Angoras. 473-7683, leave message. 7/6 tfnchg Crapps Agency Inc. 4962776. Circle B Homes, Lake City FL. SAVE!
HAND) HOUSE PORTABLE buildings MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY 473-0526. ltchg/9-21 MOBILE HOME -243 bedroom partially EXCEPTIONAL VALUEMobllehome on 1 SAVE) SAVE! 4tchg. 9/7 thru 9/28.
storage buildings, garages green- WATER, SEWER.CABLE TV. 2 BR 1 furnlihed.$135 a month 8 up. 4737566or acre, wooden fence satellite dish
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy BATH, 964-7498 TFN 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 horse barn carport and morel Call HOMES
HOMES FOR SALE
FOR SALEONE
301 South 964-8848 TFN HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS lor ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished ..fflcl.ncy. Gale at 496-2776 Daniel Crapps Ag.n-
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales wicker rent. Close to prison. Call 468-1323. laundry and dock facilities. $275 cy Inc. 2tchg. 9/14 921.PERSONAL .
used furniture appliances.TV's,microwaves TFN LAKESIDE HOME with separate per month,plus deposit. 473-2919. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
,VCR...You name it,I carry ill STATE EMPLOYEES need a home close garage lakeside with 2 acres, $29,500 OBO, or 2 7/6tfnchg SERVICES bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim-
homes, .
Alwas looking lor such Items.Stop in if to your work? We have clean mobile 4 acres $55,500 OBO.Keystone IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACEN.. ming pool and satellite Large oaks.
you wish to sell something.304 E.Call homes available call 4681323TFN Heights area. 1.659-2779 across street from Hardees. 17X32', 119500. Call 496-3939 days and
SL.964-3250. Evenings call 964-5813. APARTMENT. 1 Br.l bath heat and air. FOR 7/20 tfnchg $275 adjoining 20'X37, 3504734375. BABYSITTING In my home. Powells MH 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 6/22
SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA
Don call alter 9pm. TFN carpeted kitchen lurnished, water luxury 7/13tfnchg Villa. Number 8. Monday Friday.
condo.
12X21 CARPORT $790, NO DOWN sewer garbage furnished $225 per Garage, screened porch 30FOOT CAMPERSingle preferred. AC $1.00 per hour per child. 496-2387. Ask FOR RENT
PAYMENT .Handi House portable month$125depositcall TFN overlooking weekends.lagoon 7/27 475-3267 eveningsor full bath regrlgerotor everything furnished for Laurie. References available.

buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/oflice: FOR SALE OR LEASE tfnchg WITH OPTION TO except cooking gas.With cable. Itchg.p. \ r"9/21. \ 8848 TFN space: 3000-9000 sq ft. located at $200 per month. $50 deposit. 473-26677:: OFFICI SPACE 150 W; Main1 Street, 'I
BUY-By owner. 3BR/2BA. CH/A. walk. ... .... ..
Atehn9/lA.lfl/4!! ** .. :. t-IOOiOO-memhi Call 496.226).uii nut .
14 FT DELHI JON BOAT and trailer New Enterprise Park next to Sunshine Industries Ing distance to schools/shopping One '.'tAND'FOIf"AU----! >u
tires, bearings, wiring and transom. .Contact Diane Ely 964-5294 acre-zoned agriculture City Taxes! REWARDLOST FOR RENT 1/3 icre prime commercial
*"5 W Main I deal for
$350 call 964-2339 TFN property most I
FALL SPECIAL. PIONEER PRE-ENGI- Fit VgiSHED ROOM WITH AIR,all utilities Large. 4"well.covered Out deckabovegroundpool. DIAMOND ftlNG-Tom-will LAND Will apply your Union Co. land small er ......... Utilities available.
buildings. Many" you
NEERED STEEL paid. From $37.50 toward equity In GAINESVILLE AREA-5 $150.00 .lon'ily.: $1500.00 on. year
MAGNOLIA
up weekly. trail! Assumable mortgage. Excellent plecie call m* regarding ring found In
acres with late model mobile home, lease f 146513066.
BUILDINGS.20x25x10 HOTEL Walnut St Starke. In condition. Call 4tpd. 8/31 thru
39500. 473-7620. Keystone on Monday September 18.
cleared 2 horse stalls, 9/21.
$2.895.0030x40x10 front of Post Office 2tfnchg/9-l4. Mrs. Byrd. ""2646. pasture training
4.350.0030x50x12- 5195.0040x75x12 WORLDWIDE SELECTION OF VACATION 1 ACRE LOT W/MH-28X52-Deck 16X24. ltchg/9-21 ring and morel I In nice, rapidly grow- FOR RENT 1987 FLEETWOOD. 2 bed 1
ing Souuthwest area. Call 496-1010 or bath A/C. nice. Near Schools In
8,595.00 50x100x1413,45000 PROPERTIES.Receive$2 on all Attached gazebo 18x18 CH/A, very
IOOxlooxl4 23.58000ALL SIZES inquiries'Call Resorts Resale today.I- washer, dryer dishwasher, $59,500. 14952500. town. No pets. Partially furnished.
512-454-8701. #89-446 800-826-7844 NAE6, 1-800-826-1847 4732667. 4tchg/9-14/10/5 R. V.DURRANCE 496-3760. 2tchg. sill 9/21.
HERITAGE BUILDINGS:Tapered l-Beam. in Fla., or 1-305-771-6296 89-445 IMMACULATE 3/2 FRAME HOME. I HELP WANTED
bolt up construction steel buildings COMPLETELY FURNISHED APARTMENT fireplace, energy efficient lakeside PUMP SUPPLY NOTICECLASSIFIED
engineer stamped construction prints. CLEAN, QUIET. NO CHIL- screened porch landscaped white
3,000 standard sizes 30x40x10 DREN OR PETS. 830 N. TEMPLE sandy beach owner' anxious, L -Well Drilling .liON TV many needed. for commercials.
3475.00; 40x60xl2.$6.275; AVE. OR 964-9424. 99500. R.T. Lovorn Realtor Now hiring all age. For casting ADVERTISING should be submitted .
50x75x12. 9186.00; 60x100x14. 14 WIDE,2 BR MOBILE HOME on half acre 473-3254-alter hours-Lynda Coleman Rotary 2" to 6" Info. Call ((615)779-7111.) ext.T-946.9/7 to the Union County Times office
1389500. CALL FOR FREE BRO- lot furnished or unfurnished $250 475.2682. ltpd/9-21 4tpd. 9/28 In writing and paid In advance
CHURES TODAY 1-800-643-5555 month $100 deposit 964-8704 MOTIVATED SELLER.17 acres, fenced 1\ -Pumps ATTENTION HIRING Government lob. unless credit Is already established
89448. cross fenced established' haYfield, your area. $17.840 69485. Call with this office.
barn, 3/2, 1584( sq.ft. DW MH.$79,900. All! 16028388885. EXT R 9127.Stpd. 9/21. THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
R.T.Lovorn, Realtor, 4733254. after Sizes 9/28 105.$380.00DAY. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
hours, Carol Coomb., 4733807. i Processing Phone Orders! CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) ltpd/9-21 People call you. No experience THI TELEPHONE.
i necessary. Call (refundable) Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT 1-315-733-6062 Extension P 3054. 4tpd. P.M., prior to Thursday publication.MISCELLANEOUS .

LESSONS: GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC:! BASS M = 9/21.9/28. 10/5, 10/12.
I FEDERAL. STATE and CIVIL SERVICI
JOBS $16,037 to 69405. Immediate
Call 964-8120 Tues.-Fri. ll-r Sun.-Mon. 10-2 Portable I
Toilet Rentalfor Hlrlngl Your area. Call (Refundable) FOR SALE Fresh ground grits and corn- -

all occasions 1-518-459-3611 ext. F3448: for Federallist. meal. 9042593901.. 4tpd. 9/21 thru
3tpd. 9/21 9/28 10/5. '
1012.
construction sites, special I LAKE BUTLER APPARREl NEED YOU Are
USED TIRES events company and Visit Our Showroom you an experienced sample' person or :

7- family picnics, and tent For Your Plumbing Pnrtos quality control person. Also hiring production & ,Reynolds
revivals. people. No experience
Competitive Prices with necessary. Good benefits Aluminum
I0 964-7061 i holiday and vacation medical raid ZffijALUMINUM
twice week
$1 a service. a
surance, profit sharing credit union
Call Robert Harvey at and attendance bonus. Apply In
Bfi4 N. TemoleAve. Stance per-
&
Up jHIGH 259-788O: or 259-3835: : son.' 650 S.E.' 2nd Ave, lake Butler. METALBUYER
&
Weekends
Glenn St. Mary FL PVOS 964-7573 : Ztchg. 9/21.. 928.Down _


TREAD ) We are looking for Individuals

NO RECAPS & NO REGROOVES to operate our recycling

"Ya--- FOR'SAL': ',r; wH., \,\: NO Payment centers Starkc/Grcen In Jacksonville Cove and.

BIG OAK TIRE II INC. FdlDlrt Top"SoilLarge :.'<<;,_ ( Responslblltles will include
Handi-House 1 purchasing;!! aluminum cans

964.9388 Small Loadsi of I4merockihll I C&C and scraprom the public and
( ;; lyilnl-Storage willingness to provide quality

U.S. 301 N. e 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. -Tractor WOJ'kBackhoe; '''Bulldozer | 964-8848 service to our customers. No

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) I -,.-- ,. experience necessary.
Oarages' :,( $5.50/hour Incentive bonus
964-6182 96458239646095 .t.; and benefit
package.
Greenhouses "
f D'3O1 ,
Storage Apply at:

t'V 'S.Across. Job Service of Florida
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AheatpumD rp- 1 e HERI1 AGE 'VILLAS I From 603 N.Starke.Orange FL Street :


wilLfed V wS 607 Bradford Court in Starke I Wal-Mart ROA/. Job Service of Florida :

anyone !fIJ Applications for Im-nedlate occupancy are being accepted 4319 University Blvd.
on 1 & 2 BR apartiv.'-nts.
Monthly payments from $220 T'::JSutilities. BO* Jacksonville FL

comfortable Handicapped units arc afeo available. Rental I ,_ m/1'
.L '
fJlffMp Information and applications aro a\-ailable at the Rental'Oflltc.

607 Bradford Court. Starke

\viih. h.rR Call 964-6216 Equol NEED; A GOOD DEAL? .

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"W '. you get
bound to provide a tons hmnx ledmgti your moneys
I : : comfort Because the XL 1200 wEunettrori"he '
r l" *pump.backed by an excaoive munifacturer'l Thinking of Building 'Buying' II worth. \.
Ii' j 10 yev tainted wwmMy both theoompniiMrindcnl.plus2yeuionputs.And -
Refinancing A Home? Call Come In and See Me Or Phone..i.TERRY
the ,
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; ..kw..n 'Orion Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmoblle r

COWART Purchase. Refinance or Construction; ::". Office Phone 964-7500 ':

Air Conditioning Contractors Conventional. FHA. or VA; Fixed Rat or MJuatabgePh. 1-,; Home Phone 964-6166 :


Ieng CACO27O24 HAROLD K. DAVIS 964-373 I t, New end Used ChevroletOldsmobne Automobiles F :t

counties f orjre orand II I 96.4-8,1)2,5'r I Licensed Mortgage P. O. Bmc 568. Stark FL I r New Chevrolet Trucks Y
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-B V ITTiNOINMYHOME.INFANTTO BE IN BUSINESS INSTANTLY. All you Emergency Medicine
SCHOOL AGE. 6am-6pm.Mon-Fri. need is a location. All the equipment
e l| ____ Drt>bl .964-634l. you need for a yogurt shop for sale. Specialists

PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE $43.000.904-623-2281,904-626-0042,
i ,FIt'IEN1" : I \ ,,: inHLJ) ,vt'NrrHUm'iiV '.; ASSISTANT;wishes to do all of your 9049944522. 89-447
general off lew work In own home.Have DEALERSHIP. LOG HOMES. Your com- Emergency Medical Services Week
3 BR lle"Hoi.1 lumlahed or unfurnished : 'RS. GET YOUR CAREER IN' PC,W/P, Lotus 123. and others. 15 plete log home manufacturing com-

$t00 In good location,$200 month' GEARI Bowling Green Vo-Tech In year experlence.pick up and pany has all ol America's finest lines, September 17-23*1989
deposit, 964-8704 Bowling GreenKentuckycanglveyou dellvaf.Ler talkl Sharon only 473- starting at$9199.Great earning potential
2 BR
(MOIBLE HOME lumlsl1ed or unfurnslted the training you'll need to become a WANT will not Interfere with present
,045200 month,$100 deposit call professional truck driver. Financial TO DRINK. THATS employment Investment 100%secured They respond your need For We take this special time during
| assistance Is available.J.B. Hunt,one YOUR BUSINESS) WANT TO by model home. Call Mr. Lamont, toll emergency care with speed and Emergency Medical Services Week to
DOJBLEWIDEeeJh.3BR.2bath.2acres. ol the country's most successful motor STOP? THAT'S OURS' Alcoholics 1-800-321-5647 The Original Old- rofcssionalsm. They devote their salute the men and women devoted to
pond $275 month, first and last \ hires students who Anonymous 9643619,0644150 Timer Log Homes and Supply Inc.Rt 6- lives to..saving the lives of others. helping the sick and injured We join
month rent. 782-3538 have completed the approved course. 964-6614 346 Logue RdMt.JulielTN.37122. Who are these" Emergency Medical with others in the community to
2 Ba 1 BATH fenced back yard $260 Call: 1-800-643-3331.J.B.Hunt Where J.C'S LAWN & MAINTENANCE: 964- 89.451 Specialist They are emergency recognize our emergency medical
month Duplex, 964-7404 the driver matters An equal opportunity 9240.Lawn maintenance and dean up ASD/AMD TRADE SHOW OVER 600 physicians, nurses,emergency medical personnel and their dedication: to
MOBILE HOMES IN PINES, unfurnished employer. Subject to drug low rates.free estimates. BOOTHS Fontainebleau Hilton technicians,paramedics,educators serving others.Join this week' in
screen. and
with stove, refrig. and air on private f89-4S4 WILL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILD HotolMiami Beach.Soptember 24 to administrators They are the dupatthera our EMS Week activities. Learn
and the
drive clean l no roaches. $200 month $CHRISTMAS CASH$$: Make $1500- In my home.All thifts.HRS registered, 271989. Wholesale only, general They are the ambulance medical drivers. about medical advancements in emergency
first and last, 964-6918 $2000 by Thanksgiving. Join the SU- 964-3521 merchandise, gifts, sporting goods, services teams emergency who help more than care medical,ways to access and how
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, stove/ PER PARTY PLAN CO. Be a HOUSE CHAIN UNK FENCE installed. Free esti electronics, jewelry, housewares, Industrial 85 million Americans in emergency guard emergency against medical care emergencies.to
rerig.no pets$50 perweak,964-8498 OF LLOYD DEMONSTRATOR.No Investment mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., hardware, health & beauty, situations each year.
TRAILER IN COUNTHY.2 BR,2 bath, fur FREE $300 kit Last twoweekstohlre.HunylCaflcdlecttrlnb owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. clothing, surplus, closeouts. For into
fished nice yard, newly remodeled. I TFN call 600-421-4511. '89-455.
child maximum, $245 per month plus Babble 904-752-0679 WELL DRILLING, PUMPS & SERVICE:
deposit, 934-6714 after 5pm S&S FOOD STORES employmentoppor Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water ,
tunitles available for cashiers and system sp claUsts. 864 N. Temple
FOR All OR LEASE manager trainees. Benefits Include Ave. US 301. Starke 32091 TFN UTOPIA MOTOR
4 BR,2 lATH HOMEIN JOB ADVANCEMENTpald ROOFING AND REPAIHSPressure: condition.reduced HOMEExcellent:
RAIFORD vacatlon.slck l leave, profit sharing washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Park*. Adkins SI., 964-8251 to $3500. 209 E.

CH & Air. Sale Price 33000. or leo.e. 1 health Insurance and credit union. TFN HUNTERS SPECIAL 15 ft
Year Minimum It at.. $335/Mo. $200 Apply Lake Butler, Hwy 100 DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADES and equipped with kitchen, sleeps camper four: r Is 1 i
Security. Call 964.8602, after 6 p.m.. EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble 8S94.self-esteem TFNSTRICKLAND'S sink this year. Call 964- must sell rfghtaway,$950 or bostoffor;
products at home.Call for Infor- BO47I09In
FOR SALE OR LEASEIN
matlon. SEWING
5046418003.ext 9579 MACHINE
LAKE BUTLER WOMAN TOUVE WITH ELDER WOMAN, SALES AND SERVICE:All makes and
2 BR Horn phone 964-5865 after 6pm models cleaned,oiled and adjusted$15. t
Across from Middle School. Sal. Prlc. PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS RTC New and used tewing machines. Hwy
23.000 or will Las. 1 year minimum Transportation, a company with a future 233 416(Morgan Road)964-8733 TFN ( 8 Dial 911 Emergency
$200/Mo.: and S125 Security. Call has openings for professional PIANO LESSONS GIVEN IN MY HOME.
964-8602 after 6 p.m. drivers. RTC offers a $200 sign up beginner and up, flexible hours In
FOR RENT bonus,top mileage pay retirement,a Lawtey area. I have experience and
SMALL 2 BR HOME spouse ride policy and other excellent references. Call Kristl at 782-3948 some parts of Russia people
With Carpet and Window Air Cond. I IStark. In benefits.You must be at least 23,have VOICE LESSONS given In my home 'In used to roll around in the fields In Heart AttacksDon't
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.. Six Mo. Min. R.ntol $235/Mo.. one year OTR tractor/ trailer experi Lawtey area.I have experience and rel- the hope that this would encouragethe
$125 Security. Call 964-8602 after 6 ence, and pass DOT physical. Call erence Can Kristi at 782-3948 crops to grow.
p.m.
todavl 1 lBOO6224782SKILLED DRYWALLAND PLASTER,cut brick,and
steno. Glenn and Buddy Sapp,
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North Florida Reception Center In Lake IN MY HOME,days,references AFFORDABLE!
ANYONE CAN APPLY! Guaranteed Visa/t Butler currently has the following 9647321ALTERATIONS TJLE.APARTMENTS sometimes the symptoms subside
MC, US charge. Even with bad credit. opening : zippers, hems, button- attacks don't have to kill and then
No one refused.Call 213-925-9906 ext.; PLUMBER holes, patehes.ete. Drop off and pickup.7dayaweek,7amepm.9645587 022 E. Erownlee St. I. you, not if you know what to do. of them return.don't But if you notice
wait
If any to see what
U4424. you nave a pain in the
R.qulr. 3
full-time .
years
experience In
Camp Blanding Rd. happens next. Call
ASSEMBLY/ WHSE TOP PAV.AlIsl1llt*, the Held of plumbing. Pay .begins at Pinehurst Variety across from I chest be a pain in the neck. Don't push the 911. button.
panic
open now. F.T. & P.T. Trainees also $7.99 per hour. Southside Elem. Hwy 100 Stnrhc.li'J. 32C91 Complain to
355-5500. J & H Worid.$95/refund- BLOCK MASON PALM & CARD READER: having problems cian. emergency physi- During a heart attack, the heart

able. Requires 3 years full-time experience In ? What your eyes will see, your 964-7133 Truth is, more than heart muscle doesn't die instantly the
CONSTRUCTION $7-l4 My. All phase the field of masonry. Salary begins at heart will feel through love,business& attack victims die each 300,000 before damage increases with time. There
Will train. 355-5500.J&H World.$9Srefundable. /I $10.00 per hour. money. 782-9802 2 & 3 DR family oriented, with reaching the hospital, year of them are medications that can help stop
ELECTRICIAN RITE WAY ROOFING:roofing andrepairs. laundry & large playground. because they refused many to take the damage if you can get them ear
ATTENTION-HIRING! At lean three leaks fixed, lawn service and tree their So if
Government/ years of electrical experience Free electricity first month. symptoms seriously] ly enough. you have chest
your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call 1 I- / pruning carpentry. W.T. Turner, discomfort that lasts
necessary. Salary offered {Is .Rent CO'%! of Most of them tell themselves that two minutes or
$10.00 owner, Starke. C64-3392 your monthly
602-838-8885
ext. R3493. per hour. it's more, stay calm, tell someone near
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble CARPENTER income if you qualify. indigestion, or that a heart attack what Is
you happening and:
products at home.Call for Info Three years experience needed In the Moss only grows on the North side "If you cam $3.35 per hr., 40 : couldn't possibly happen to Call 911.
field of tree In open dry country, not 'In lira. I them, or that they don't want to
matlon. 5046418003. Ext.9579. of carpentry. Pay offered$10.00 a week &have 3depciuUnts. If you can get to the hospital faster
the bother
forest lowland the doctor.
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING| per hour. or on your rent would be Some even feel by car, have someone drive to
you
BOOKSI!$32,000/year income peter ALL POSITIONS Include good "benefits about $l 12. a month or $3.73 that they'd be embarrassed if they the nearest emer facility.

tial.12688.Details. 1-602-838-8885, exl BK; and Individuals stale retirement should plan. Qualified e per day for days led In month, facility raced to and the it wasn't nearest heart emergency attack. Don't learn about heart at-
In
apply
person or
JOB call 49 for move-In after the Hi st. Please, don't die of tacks the hard way.
OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALtopenings : ((904) -2222. ext. 17*, or send embarrassment -
available In several areas,will I reiume tat Personnel Dept., North .Qualified Singles Accepted. Let an emergency physician Reading about heart attacks and
train. For Info call 312-742-8620. Florida Reception Canter, P.O. Box Move-In cost can be us low as tell you it's indigestion. memorizing the warning signs is by
ext.362. s>21, lake Butler Fl 32054. Equal Op $10.00. Low Income How to spot a heart attack far the easiest way to learn. But

DRIVER/DELIVERY MAN apply in personat portunlty Employer. Preference In appointment The EJ Sec 8110usingRents You can fight back at heart attack don't stop there. Ask your doctor for
Inhome Medical, 107-F West Ed will b. given to eligible ancient Greek believed that for 30% by learning the warning signs: Information and advice and
wards Rd. Starke veterans and soouses of ......an.. drinking' from certain' spring orwell Equal Uncomfortable fullness remember 911 or the emergency
EARN$5 TO$10 PER HOUR, part time bt'.. HOMt : would give them prophetic HOUSIng of Your Income squeezing or pain In pressure the center, of the, rescue service number in your area
S'ttOI 'S.JHiR
full time..Fan information call-Aam nIl! : powers.'n.. If You QualifyCR chest lasting two minutes or longer.

782-3068.AVON TFN 2 BR. 1 BATH, 600 SO FT, HO'JSE and Pain spreading to the shoulders, In the three minutes it took
REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only! 4 3.03 acres with city water and sewage neck or arms. to read
weeks call 1-755-4040. North Fl. Real hook Zoned MH. for you this eight peoplein
up. sale
,$13,000.
Severe
I. pain, dizziness, fainting,
Estate College. in Hampton, call 964-5010 'h this country had a heart at
HOME HEALTH NURSES- TWO OR THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath, : breath.sweating, nausea or shortness of tack. If it ever happens to

SANTA FE HOMECARE has immediate i- carport for three cars, on 1 acre,2394 .. Not all these you we want you to be ready
openings for full part-time or PRNRN'S t NW 65th Avenue, $29,000 contacts warning signs occur
interested(in working with 9047864449.FOR in every heart attack. And to save your life.

andpatientsin theirhomes.You'll have SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bath 229 N.W., 28th St. Starke e 964613Senior

the opportunity to grow professionallywhile home.Family/dning room, screened FLORIDA'S MOST
working as part of an Interdisciplinary porch.garage.fenced back yard.newty
( team in lyour community. Ware a paintedwallpaper. Saratoga WANTED FUGITIVESTOLL
willing to train and can offer eights,9647834r Registered Nurse

you:*Floxibie scheduling based on 3 BR,2 BATH.APPROX.I300 sq ftdUa Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional
needs'Chemotherapy certification 21x17 workshop on one acre. FREE
courseExcellent benefits for full lime $32,500cali9643321 registered nurse and one year experience. 18003427768Florida's

employees.Highly competitive TWO ACRE PRIVATE ESTATE.attractive./ Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable,
salarles'Educational and CEU like new, 3 BR, 2 bath home near Most sexual battery, robbery, kidnapp
opportunities-Regular and Sick ChildCare Keystone &Golf course,77000.Call up to $28,000. annually. (Benefit package worth over$8,000). Wanted Fugitives ing, aggravated child abuse, ag-

(Well AgainsAn( ) opportunity to Trevor Century 21 Showcase Properties Correctional Medical Technician CERT gravatred assualt, murder,
be part of one of the fastest growing Inc., Broker, 473-4903 The Florida Department of Law manslaughter), Florida RICO viola.
areas of nurslngCall or send resume ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES Minimum qualificiations, Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. Enforcement and local law enforcetlons or narcotics trafficking/smug

toJeanne: SpannAlachua General l from $lu( repair) Delinquent tax prop Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable ment agencies are requesting the gling.
HospltalBOl SW 2nd Ave.Galnesville.( erty. Reposll lllllons. Call (02-838- up general public be on the lookout for Anyone with information concern
R. 32601904-333-6750 (Call Collect) 8885, ext GH 3493 to $18,000 anually. (Benefit package worth over $5,000). Florida's Most Wanted Fugitives. ing a fugitive is instructed to contact
EEO RALPH BRYAN REALTY.964-8878 New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be their local authorities or call toll free
JOBS IN AUSTRAUAhrngMenWome( ( : BEST BUY 311 frame ch/a. In town eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including State To be included in the Bulletin, the 1-800-342-7768.((

Construction, manufacturing, mining Excellent bath on SRU23CED Hying/dining$2.500: 3 room Contributions to health insurance and retirement, 13 1 paid vacation ting fugitive a violent must be felony wanted offense for commit-(arson,. dangerous.All subjects are considered very
secretaries,etc.Transportation
pay benefits.Call Now!1-206-736- family room with fireplace,garage and days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation

0775.ext B5A(call refundable). 89- complete satellite system. $59,500.31 plan. CELTs and in-service training. DESCRIPTIONDOB
450VENDING 2 MOBILE HOME with ddtion.cnM.
ROUTE.Handling Nabisco enclosed patio on one cro.ctoM tee :8/19/67.8/19/68
l Keebter.FritolayisimllarproducU.N t town. RALPH BRYAN REALTY.964 Interested persons should contract: RACE/SEX: Black Mai*

selling. National census show 8878 TFN R. Nate Holton Personnel ManagerNew HEIGHT:5' 10"
RENTAL HOUEIN STARKE for sale,2 BR.I .
$3400.00 month average. Approx. a WEIGHT: 140 Lba.HAIR .
River Correctional InstituteP.
I bath fun stock block
hrs a week. 8K to I6K. 1-800-223- basement, two i "
home,ch/a rented.MustSeH: O. Box : Buck
3238,24 hrs. ,currently 333
89.453'I' Reduced to $25,500. Eves.473-3627 Raiford FL 32083or EYES: BrownCOMPLEXION
NATIONAL FAST TFN t' : Medium
Is locally seeking qualified fast food ATTENTION-GOVERNMENT HOMES Phone EOE/F

managers. Excellent opportunitiesgrowtit for from SI I(U-rapalr).Delinquent tax prop (904) 964-4000 PO-RR-5618 DarkSCARSMARKSTATTOOS
,5 day workweek,salary negoSble. erty. Repossessions. Call 1402-638- Unknown
Interviews and resumes will be 8885.0XL GH 3493 Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans Bruce Edward Frazier 8S NOJ 592-28-9507
confidential. Send Manager
kept resume: HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR I
PO Drawer A, Starke, Fl. 32091 PHOTO: 1967 POLE NO.02241831
1/2 bath. C/B. Rd.230East, 964-9505 FBI NO.. 928339EAO
I AKA: Bruce Frailer,Jilt
NCIC FPC

THOMAS HOUSE(MOVERS, 'INC. ,: ipOB.rL.I: : : f 1 (jCTlO: : 'N' i 07 14 OS 59 14 13CMPO 09 CI

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: REMARKS: Wanted lor First Degree Murder, Attempted First Degree Murder
752-2318 and Kidnapping

10 A.M., Wed., Sept. 27, 1989

Leveling City Jacksonville Fla.
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Relocation CONSIDERED ARMSO_AND_ DANGEROUSFDLE
SURPLUS ACTION CASE NO.529-01-0010

Raising 'II I '1096 N. McDuff Avo. :e Jacksonville, FL AUTHORITY, : Florida Department ol Law Enforcement; Escambls- County
ShaOlllee/
Foundation Repairs INSPECTION:

Buy and Sell Houses. 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Sept. 26, 1989

Bonded &: Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark Over 200 Vehicles To Be Sold! DESCRIPTION

(100) 1979-81 Chevy Malibu h 5tr s DOB:7/21/51
((30) 1975-84 Trucks (PU & Others) !erJ: DACE/SEX:White Mai*

(5) Farm Tractors (7) Trailers T HEIGHT 5'v

Su-El's Retirement Community ((15) Vans (43) LTD Crown V & Others i WEIGHT 170 Lb.

Concrete Saws Skllsaws Lathe HAIR: Brown
Community ReUicimiut Homo
Retirement yt EVES: BrownCOMPLEXION
In this smallcommunity Computers2Way Radios Mobil Phones J :RuddyBCARBMARKSTATTOOL
A moll retirement we also Typewriters e Calculators Desks. Chairs
at Su-El. ,
: community :, r have Su-u.
i, We have rental or Retirement home A ,Micro Film Readers Monitors e Cameras 2* tear on e"'n.
rooms for elf-care licenced group home Refrigerators e Freezers e Stoves II NO.264-M-2402
Independent *nlor for senior* who need Willie Norris Griffith FDLE Nor lOTfrMS
It U a quiet setting assistance withsupervision. Pizza Ovens a Steamers 11115'
FBI NO.:2S476SPTNCICFPC
PHOTO:
with home-Uke: iatrnoaphere.At .We give Cushman Scooters
I
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SiiETwe :
offer housing hr.personalized supervision care.hot- :24 Lawn Mowers Auto Parts 1 PI 65 11 COCOPI

utilities maid and meal, laundry service File Cabinets e Time Card Machines 14 11 J7-13

laundry service with .day, _k. lOne term Street Sweeper e Beach Cleaner e Hwy Roller REMARKS:Wanted lor Escape from the Union( Correctional institution, Raiford.:.
can
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a 24 hr. emergency ,. '.lay. Certified nu FL.Griffith wu serving a life sentence Murder at the time of hie escape In
system. Meals- nuratndaasl.llratiUd.CPR 1979. '. ,..
optional. stall ,TERMS On Auto,vow and ptck-tp trucks. ONLY a 4300.00 cash deposit -
:may bf pdd at sole lime qnd the)remainder pdd within 24 houra. 'CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS

[468-26191 For More, Info: Call McDougaU's Auction Co..'Inc. POLE CASE NOJ Union 420-57-0001
AUTHORITY: County Srwrtfrs Offk: Florida Department of <
1904.7868989All Corrections: Florida Department of La.w Enforcement

'1 Mile South on SR323'Hmnipton, FL a Sue Lott Walker ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID OR A DEPOSIT MADE DAY OF SALE n'


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Man Anthony Arron was arrested Sept. telephone number so the deputy was arrested Sept. 16 lor 1JWLS, points be an effective means of en. be conducting driver license and
I Faces Sex Charges 19 on a warrant for possession of cocaine could get someone to take him home resisting arrest without violence uc- forcing the equipment and driver vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
,according to Chief I Deputy Pat said Ithoden. lie was released after cording to Deputy Thrift. Lee is also license laws of ,Klorid.i while insuring the week of Sept. 22 through
I A 19-year-old Lawtey man faces ..'Henry. Bond was set at $20,000' cash u $500 surety bond was posted. wanted on warrants in PinclLis (the protection III' nuitorisls. Sept. 28 on SR-100 SR-121. SR-231 I
second degree felony charges In- only. County. Bond was set at $27MX) Union County SK-241 SR-238 CR-18 CR-237:
volving sex with a 14-year-old girl. James Ralph Crane, IB, of take CR-229 CR-125 CR-231A CR-24A
Sentrell Lamar Lee was arrested Joseph Brian Stafford 20, was arrested Butler was arrested Sept. 15 for Clara B. Thornton 37, was arrested -TinHorUt.i' 'li.-hwav I'-ilml v III. and. Clt-TiMIA. in Union County.
Sept. 18 and charged with carnal intercourse Sept. 15 on a capias for viola possession of alcoholic bev'rll/I'.ac. Sept. 17 for DWIJS, according
with an unmarried person tion of probation, according to cording to Deputy H.'nrll'll.I Bond to Deputy Thrift. Thornton was also TULLER
under 18, according to Investigator Patrolman Wilkinson. Stafford was was set at $120.25 he was releasedon charged: on a capias with violation of
David Aderholt. Parents of the girl sentenced to 60 days in the county his own rccogni/ance. probation bond was set at $1.685. Chiropractic Center
filed a complaint after learning Lee
Jail.:May purge by paying $482 in
was sneaking their daughter out of a cash. Robert Lee Murphy ::15. of St. James L. Jamison was arrested Keystone I Heights[ Office '
window taking her to a friends Petersburg was arrested Sept 15 for Sept. 12 for violation of probation
house to have sex and then returning Thomas Levon Hamilton 2(1( was disorderly I Intoxication OWLS. He was released on hm ownrecogni..ance 26013, S. Lawrence Blvd.
her home. arrested (drunkeness), according to and ordered to pay
Sept. 15 on a capias for
Lee who was scheduled to reportto ,.dealing? ,stolen property, accor- Patrolman Cheryl Belcher While fines within 60 days. 4737213PAIN
the service remtnL4.i custody -dtag to BAJJplman Perry. Bond was responding to a disturbance call,
under $5,000.Two .4 : 1 waet$5l0a. Murphy was seen staggering from FIIP TroopersContinue
'Ii the Econo Lodge said Belcher. lie is
License
Burglaries ;*i :"M also wanted in St. Petersburg on
BwKf1 Delores Covington :)5) was Vehicle
Reported in Union arr std Sept. 17 on a capias for outstanding warrants. Inspections CONTROL
grand? theft failure to for Bradford CountyThe
appear| I lead aches
have been Donald arrested >
Two recent burglaries Ray Magyar was
burglary according to I Deputy .
reported in Union County no arrests Thrift. Bond was set at $I5IXHI. Sept. 16 for disorderly intoxication be conducting Florida Highway driver license Palrol will and Neck: & Arm INJURIES
have been made as of press time. according to Deputy !Ithoden. vehicle during Mid! Back Work Related
inspection checkpoints
Howard's Bar Magyar! causing distrubance
Saturday night was was
Robert Charles Sulick :)2) was arrested the week of Sept. 22 through Low Buck & Leg Spoils
burglarized with an undermained at a party. lie was released after a
Sept. 14 as a fugitive from Sept. 28 on SR-21 Slt-100 SK-2IIO:
amount of money taken from the $250 cash bond was posted.Lelroy Personal
justice according. Jason Sll-18 SH-16 CR-18 CK-UI (
cash drawer according to Sheriff Deputy CK-2II1 C
Jerry Whitehead. The investigation Bennett. Sulick is being detained for Sheldon iiiinn: 20, was arrested Cll-225 CR-12S, CK-22!), Clt-2ll: -Auto Accidents
is continuing but no suspect has been North Carolina authorities. Sept 10 for retail theft (food CK-227 CR-221 CR-230 and CU-KKIA

developed at this time. from a Lil Champ), according to in Bradford County. .
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
Thomas Jack Cooper, 42, was arrested Recognizing the danger presented!
Thursday Sept. 14, Brown's Storein Ptrolmun Wilkinson. Bond I was set
robbedof Sept. 14 for 100lc'rilllnlltl prowling at $500.Traffic. to the public by defective vehicle
Worthington Springs was
according to I Deputy Itoman will
said equipment Troopers concentrate
cash and cigarettes Alvarez. Bond was set at $l Iax>. their efforts on vehicles being CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Whitehead. A is being
suspect operated with defects such as bad WHEN YOU NEED IT
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sought at this time. Joseph K. Thornton :29! of Lake
Richard Lee Kricker III. was arrested brakes worn tires and defective\ .
with information involv- 24 HOURS A DAY 7
Anyone Butler was arrested Sept. 15 for driving
Sept. 15 for credit card lighting equipment. In addition attention
ing either burglary is asked to con while license suspended be DAYS A WEEK
forgery and credit card Kiel I, according will directed to drivers
tact the sheriff's office. (OWLS),
to Deputy Henry.! Bond was set according to Patrolman who would violate the driver license QD OI''CI IIOUIISIom'lIou.

Woman ArrestedFor at $4,000. Belcher. He was released alter a laws of Florida ) .., Mon. Fit B'M:: .0:00: p m. 8.1. IV Appointment
$215.25 surety bond was posted. The I'jilrol has found those chifk-

DUI, TwiceA Kirk Travis Kelly :tt: was arrested -
16 for intoxication Earl Wade Godwin, ill, was arrested
Sept. disorderly )
:115-year-old woman was charged according to 1 Deputy Harvey Sept. 16 for DWI.S, accordingto '
twice with under influence
driving Patrolman Wilkinson. He ws
Rhoden. Kelly was (Missed out in a
resulting from a family dispute Sept. vehicle at Crosby lake (Vim-lory released after a I $215.25 surely liond
5.
He became belligerent and w posted.
Claudia Victoria Shouppe! apparently argumentative when asked, for a Alvhord Lee ::111..1'"ilkl' Butler
struck her sister car in
Lawtey during a family dispute. She -
left the scene but was later apprehended -
near the Commissorywhore
she put up a fight with Deputy NOTICEIN
Harvey Khodcn.Shmippc .
was charged with DUI CONNECTION WITH PRESIDENT BUSH'S WAR
and leaving the scene of un accident ON DRUGS. THE OWNERSHIP OF STARKE LANES
with property damage according to WILL IMMEDIATELY PUT INTO EFFECT THE
Trooper D. C. Roberts. A second FOLLOWING PROCEDURES OF OPERATION:
charge of DUI and resisting arrest
1. NO LOITERING ANYTIME THIS
MEANS IN
with violence was issued by Deputy
Khixk'n. YOUR CAR OR IN TII IB PARKING LOT VIOLATORS
ARE SUBJECT ARREST FOR
TRESPASSING
Bond for the charges was set at
$2,320.25: she was released on her
2. NO CONSUMPTION OF .. '
own recognizance ALCOHOL OUTSIDE OF'
THE BUILDING NO CARRY OUT NO CARRY IN NO : : 3.6C ftl: -"cJ ,(; :

Alachua Man OPEN CONTAINERS IN HIE PARKING LOT. THIS ISA J> .',II1." 'ott '
Charged In AccidentA VIOLATION OF STATE' LIQUOR LAWS AND "
JEOPARDIZES OUR LICENSE VIOLATORS WILL HE
68-year-old Alachua man was PROSECUTED. ., .
charged with an accident Sept. H I" II/!1' '
after his log truck struck a vehicle --.r.1
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on CK-227. 3. UNATTENDED: VICIIICLES WILL HE TOWED AT ''I : .t

Kelly Scott westbound on CK-227 OWNERS EXPENSE.

at 7:45 a.m., crossed over the I ...
centerline as he approached an eastbound 4. THIS FACILITY IS FOR PATRONS OF STARKE l ,
vehicle according to Tr|xT LANES ONLY. OTHERS MAY BE GIVEN TRESPASS
Dwain Hudson. Driver of the ('ur. WARNINGS AND ASKED NOT TO RETURN. 1i
Lancian llcrsey, attempted to %. '
swerve to the right but the left front THE OWNERSHIP STARtlE LANES REGRETS :'ll--' r

of the car struck the left rear tires of TI IESE MEASURES AND EXTENDS ANY APOLOGY TO I'I' r- "' -iJ
the log truck which was still across ALL LOYAL. PATRONS FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS ,
the centerline! said Hudson.llerscy MAY CAUSE. HUT FEELS
THESE
PROCEDURES ARE Mmt..t 'X2I.1I.. MO..MJIHIMKI 1 :
Bradford was Hospital taken for by minor Rescue injuries to- NECESSARY TO CURB OUR PROBLEMS WHICH 7.:111"1 I.. lu'.',.'1 <.1.,,, shelves I til link ('.IIIM|* si n.fat 4- imilv
according to Paramedic DarnCuddinglon PLAGUE OUR PARKING LOT ON ANY WEEKEND 1.quipped I..1 ..l.unoal. i I. rm.ikrt. ( lot .k, ifiiiiiitln riun.1. III... k
and Davis. EVENING. Ih.u.hrhl.r hold. I h |p... ks SralrilIII4MI Kl.is mm limit uiili itimlow.
KMT Jimmy TI LANK YOU
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Damage to the car was $2lMMl), SAMY F. niSIIIA. ... .....11,1.......... ..... ... .....'1. .,... ... ..N..lay.K ,....... I Sk.-JNn11.uy,....
damage to the log truck was $!11"'. OWNER ,......... .I. ... ... I..r. .".,................
Scott was cited for driving while
license suspended violation of WAS 929.95 WAS 449.95
driver's license restriction (no
eyeglasses), defective "leering NOW 798.00 SAVE 131.95 NOW 368.00 SAVE 81.95
equipment failure to drive within a
single lane said Hudson Scott was FOREMOST. a't' 'PRICE-WISE '
released after a $215.25 cash bond Sale f 4'i'"B .
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was posted ,''lliI'Lov.0/oteJ start s ,::3rcl.p 'l.o ,,(l.c. 1ct.op'

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Ileccnt ArrestsIn .
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Bradford following arrests CountyThe were madein .LOWER combine to': icESI 9/21


Bradford County by local I.
authorities Sale Prices Good Mon.Sat. Only -- -
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Daniel Lee Brantley 19. was arrested t't:
Sept. l 15! for disorderly intoxication SMIRNOFF CHRISTIAN JACK .," .g:

according to Patrolmen Bob 80 VODKA BROTHERS ,"
McCrath, Gordon Smith and Wayne DANIELS :
Wilkinson M..dl'1 / : 4;
llranllcy leaving Bradford BRANDY BLACK JPlitt/F:11 r'I
Hospital emergency room, was ''I I l-oin hili 'r.uuku.pl.ioh' | "
making threats and causing a disturbance. liinsliril' hn one .",1.l ..c'. HIVIKiiiii .
He had been drinking according ..ilulleri5niliun. l't-lii'| iilI
to the report. Bond was set nl M..lltI. I >I7IO'IVIVlin : olllloU, .
$: recognizance to report to HUGC. 99 99 .1Ir siKll.ll. I illtiMK wl 1.'< uun..
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6 1 1099 I'olii-l.iin rii.imrl ill. inn. l'i| mull n.u.nw..u.'l.-......1 ........wh..... ,
Frederick Lee Sunders, 22 was arrested linl lilh'I.
Sept. IS on a capias for dealing .... .........V,4.b .,. ..."....,. I.
750 750 1"..;I.1., ........11.""L.s
in stolen property, according to 750 I
Deputy' Danny Thrift. Bond was set WAS 359.95 WAS 219.95
at $1,000.(

SEAGRAMS CHIVAS CANADIAN NOW 299.00 SAVE 60.95 NOW 178.00 SAVE 41.95
lUcky Tyson :31, was arrestedSept. .
13 on a capias for use of drug GIN REGAL CLUB .-. -

Thrift.paranhcrnalia Bond was according set at $5,000.to Deputy :'.fui'S.1 (rC ..nlnll "V.It,' l .' :p ts f.ti.bb"r.1 :

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Wanda Jean Glover! :32. was arrested : ,.. _
Sept. 16 for aKllllult.INlttl'ry ofa
law enforcement officer resisting 99 99
arrest without violence according to 99 8
Patrolman Wilkinson. Police were 5 15

called to a family disturbance which 750 750 75 0 I
was in progress Glover had 11 II II

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Wilkinson.she Bond leave was the set! ur.'II.nl $2,500.said' .}. .0-: .:...,:"jS":: ;.V o:::....t\: :;;;: t t t.. .?. .lW... f7.. ....... ,Fa...: Pi.j.

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Jo Alice Goodman was arrested! : ;:: : :::wy-vviYY-ii5::: :::::::: : :::::::::::: :::::.:.:.:.:..:.: '
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grand I Ihrt. according to I Deputy JofI $: Qt fr mwmtf: I # .......... ,

:'Thrift.Goodman During put the a struggle arrest and attempt starting : : ;mmffimm j 11 j 1 j 11 1 wmwmxw j j ,. j: : M..tjlU.21tCK. 7 Model<,.I I l lInn. Ie.I C"I. Irml..r"I"r)'HOG ?ira/1./r" ky.! ".',i.. ;.:..
"i..l..w. .
up mt&MMswtmmmmmm' : : :; llhli. .k KI.IV{ .oven 41.1.1 with I sir, s.IVerdlInI'wo ..'.

with fighting battery officers.of o law She enforcement was charged .:.:..........................................................:..:..:...:.:..:...:.:...:......:.:..:...:.:.::..:..:..:...:wmwmw....:::. :.::.:.. ..!. :.::. ... .::.:::.::.::.:: M"and two. \IIIo..i.I.lIug. i....4.1h1MP"... Ilig ''l'.al' (gy ly Sn: |.rr I'l'lw"| | 'all'.n.. .,;.
UKlinili. '
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.officer resisting arrest with CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS SPECIAL liinrr, i I.H .k .....t iiC| ".il l nri.I :..MI1...,..--h............_...-. ..:t
violence (two counts each), according fl. ..__...*!-.IK...I......iummihnmlil .,,."".01.1.....d M.sh.... "'I''
to Deputy Thrift and Patrolman Every Thursday 9 a.m. til 12:00 Midnight ...i.i.'ll"..'..- ""(Tl
Susan Wilkcrson. Bond was set at WAS 539.95 :/;" .
Boer $1.00 Call Brand Drinks $1.50 WAS 639.95 : .
,11000. :

I Loretta Lynn Baugcss, 22, was ar- RAt PARRISH BAND NOW 548.00 SAVE 91.95 NOW 458.00 SAVE 81.98--!

.rested Sept. 22 for possession of
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Patrolman Klnard Perry. She was FRI. & SAT. ..
released. after a $1,000 surety bond
Was pouted.


Anthony Dewayno French' ,20.was 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE GAS APPLIANCES
iirrefled for retail theft, according

lo war Patrolman also ehargeil Mark) n Short.r piun,French for two Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 11O3 S. Walnut St. Staikc 904-7701

(" "IIIIIIIIIIIc'uf eoenlne. Bond was set OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
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