Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01569
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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 28, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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System ID: UF00027795:01569
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Outside** Editorial Pag.. . . . . .4A SINCE 1879
The stationary front that has hovered over our area since last Sporti . . . . .5. n, 12A
weekend is expected to move southward early today (Thursday, Church N.w.. . . . .. .6A ..
Sept. 28) and bring decreasing! showers and more sunshine to the Hampton Hlllghti.. . . . .7 A C- i-
area with brisk northeast winds Lcgols . .. . . . 0A _. _..
The heavy rains experienced in Jacksonville are a result of School N.w>. . .. . ,?A .
moisture laden southwest air currents from the Gulf of Mexico rising t .t. .(_ .4l
above the cooler air behind the front and dropping moisture SECTION B: 14 Pog>

when cooled. Ar.a NOWI . . . 13,5B :
Temperatures behind the front after it passes southward, will not N.w. Brl.". . . . . .4B I r
rise above the mid 70s, and lows into the low 60s. Traffic Court. . . . .6. BB I
Since the autumnal equinox last Friday, Sept. 22, the nights are Obltuarl.. . . . . . 98 /O
getting longer than days. Sunrise: this morning was at 7:21: and the Clonifiodi( . . . . 10.128 I. The Sweetest Strawberries/This/ Side of Heaven
sun will set at 7:18: this evening, the day length being llh 57m. Marijuana . . . . . UB c I 1 j. I. -- 'I' I
110th Year FLORIDA ,
A new moon will occur Friday at 4:47: p.m. s.nior citiionf. . . . UB 25 Copy
11th Issue Thllr "av. Scptcnilx-riK. 1989 USPS 062-700 I
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I Worth I "Moment of Silence" Takes Place of Prayer at Football Games i iJ '

L NotingCar J If you want to do any praying at the law Board attorney Johnny pre-game prayers are an example of disagree with the opinion but I also asked how could prayers be banned
the football game here next Friday Hobbs explained the Jan. 13 ruling a state agency advocating religion. feel that when you are elected to a from football games when prayersare
night you'd best keep it to yourself. from the llth District Court of Appeals Atty. Hobbs said he had contacted position in office to uphold the law said at public meetings, such as
Wash... Under the pressure of a federal based in Atlanta in which other school board attorneys in there's an obligation to abide by that the school board meeting, the
A wash will be held Saturday court ruling, Supt. Jim Duncan says justices voted 2-1 to uphold a petition Florida, and they agree the customof law" said Supt. Jim Duncan. Florida Legislature, and the U.S.
October car State, a moment of silence will be observed from Dublin County Georgia wherea a pre-game prayer should be The school board may consider Congress. Attorney Hobbs said the
30 the
on Community prior to the game. That will replacethe Jewish student complained that discontinued."I putting the issue on the next election federal court purposefully kept its
Bank lot at 9a.m.
parking vehicle., beginning customary pre-game prayer. football game prayers violate his have been concerned about ballot to see if there is enough public ruling very narrow and that only
Proceeds, $2 per to "Victory Revival Supt. Duncan assured the school rights under the First Amendment, that. I think it's a shame myself," opinion to fight it, Supt. Duncan said prayers at football games are bann-
Center of Heilbron go board Monday night, Sept. 25, he the right of free speech, of the U.S. said Board Chairwoman Evelyn after the meeting.
doesn't agree with the court ruling, Constitution.The Chastain. Lennard Register a veteran (See Prayer..p.2A)
Parents Workshop... but feels compelled to comply with U.S. District Court ruled that "The board and I both strongly educator and former football coach,

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A workshop for parents is
scheduled for Tuesday, October 10, $ 8 Million
at 7:30: p.m., in Lawtey Elementar I
Parents will receive pracatical ts i'l 1 1L
tips and ideas to help their child to County
be successful. Handouts and
refreshments provided. For further fI

information, call 7823639.

Free Screening...

A free blood pressure screeningis
scheduled in the lobby of Brad- '

ford from Hospital 1-3 p.m., Tuesday, October 3, 4fl :- ApprovedAssessment

Hugo Victims... I 4 ApprovedOver

Bradford citizens may par 1 : Citizen ProtestAmid

ticipate in providing relief suppliesfor fF-\ protests from irate citizens,
Hugo victims in and around County Commissioners gave final

Charleston, S.C., by carrying sup- approval Wednesday night, Sept. 26,
plies to the New Armory on Ed- to an $8.1 million budget for fiscal
wards Road, for pick-up and 89-90, including the $100 special
delivery by Publix Stores trucks. assessment on every property
The Armory is open 8:30: a.m. to owner.

4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Some 125 persons, forcing the
meeting to be moved to an upstairs
Seminole Boosters...
courtroom, attended the second and
The Bradford-Union Seminole final public hearing on the budget
Boosters Club will meet Tuesday, and the special assessment. The
October 3, in the KOA Rec Hall. + crowd shouted "No, No, No," when
Dinner at 7 p.m., with meeting \ ) commissioners voted 3-1 to pass the ,
beginning at 8 p.m. David Lamm special $100 assessment f et us
will speak. ", vote on it," they ye'

The meeting was rescheduled .... Public interest higher
L -
because of a conflict with Tornado than usual thir >ayers
Whirl. -oc : have been hit in ar with
i '_ increased props ;assessments: ,
Gator Q-back... 4 especially those on ilie\ fronts, with

Starke Gator Quarterback Club school property tax up 1.5 mills, plusa
will meet Thursday, Sept. 28 at substantial increase in water '
Bradford County Fair" Grounds. management district..property
Social hour, 6:30: p.m., covered dish taxes.
dinner at 7 p.m. Commissioner Ross-Chandler opposed
the $100 assessment. He had

Club Speaker... Ai earlier expressed concern about how
If club islooking ,t..i; fH poor people would pay the tax.
your or organization The board voted 4-0, Chandler
for a with a topicof
speaker joining in, to adopt a property tax
interest to the community, con
a rate of 6.527 mills, the rollback rate
tact Dan Cuddington, Ph. 9642029or
which will the the
bring county same
6911. Speakers available to talk
about Bradford County Special ,., ...- v- ._ -. ., --c, .- $1.7 million in property taxes as in
88-89. Individual
property owners
for the mentally han
have higher or lower county
dicapped. The Spirit of Bradford... may
t property taxes, but the total remainsthe
Members of the Bradford High Band performed for Fornamlina Beach same.
fans and got a big ovation. Director Buddy Ball says the performance is L The board voted :5-0, after being
The Bradford County Executive not yet up to expectations and he wants more improvement.In joined by Commissioner Joe Rid-
Committee has applications top photo, Janice Davie Mark Hanlin Jennifer Dodge, and majorette dick, on the $8.1 million budget, up
available for registered democrats Dee Dee Cox. At bottom right dancer Carmen Barber is between from $7.35 million in 8889. Riddick
interested in attending the State trumpeters Jason Canova, left, and Dennis Fairfield. At bottom left, are just got back from Washington, D.C.
Party Convention, to be held Bryan Canova, trumpet; Josh Bula on the drums, and Bradley Ball, When commissioners began workon
December 1 3 at the Diplomat trumoet. the budget in June, spending re-
Hotel in Hollywood, Florida. quests exceeded expected revenue
You may receive an applicationby by $3.1 million. Commissioners and
calling Darla Jean Christopher, Public Comments Weight with Commissionersby Clerk Ray Norman met several
County Chairman, at 964.8232 or Carrv t times before deciding to cut the
mailing your request to Rte. 1, Box -J budget back. The board cut $1.2
784 Starke. Buster Rohn Wednesday night and decide what City do not operate emergencyrooms. lected 83 percent of the $75 landfill million, then Norman, cutting re-
Complete applications must be BCT Stuff Writ.rComments we are going to do.Commissioner assessment last year.and should use quests to the bone, he said, balancedthe
returned by September 11 to the the public at a Sept. 20 Maxie Carter, Jr., that percentage in computing the spending bill, still out $224,000.
above address. Bradford Countyhas public hearing on the proposed $100 said, "Several things came up, and Back to Comments... new proposed assessment.In Still, commissioners had to In-
been allocated five seats whichare assessments carried considerable we want to talk about them." Carter said the commissionersshould the public hearing, one speakerhad crease revenue to balance the
open to democrats who are not weight with county commissioners.The Carter said the county should pro- consider churches for exemp- asked the number of householdsin budget.An .
executive committee mem hers. commissioners, with the exception vide for indigents in the special tion from the $100 special assess- the county, saying he had received early decision to hold the line
of Joe Riddick who is out of assessment, but staled the indigent ment, but not from the $75 landfill differing answers from county of on millage rates, rather than in-
Expecting?... town, set up shop Monday night, status must be proven. In referenceto assessment, passed last year. ficials. creases taxes on just the 2/3 of property
? Youwon't Sept. 25, to consider comments and rental property Carter said, "Churches generate garbage, but County Clerk Ray Norman said owners with assessments
Expecting want to a miss baby the soon next issues raised at the public hearing in "Maybe an 80 percent rate should be don't use the jail," Carter said. the correct number is 9,000, a figure higher than the $25,000 homestead
the BHS auditorium the prior considered. Several people talked Commissioner Ross Chandlersaid furnished by Tax Collector Esther exemption. Commissioners decided,
prenatal series beginning Tuesday, In that about fire (VFD)..." of Hall.
Wednesday evening. departments "I understand the position
instead with assessment
to $100
Sept. 19, at 7 in the Bradford go a
Extension p.m. Classes meeting, some speakers went far In the public hearing, several peo- the board, and where we are tax- County Attorney Reggie Flynn across-the-board for all property
Building. are should
issues not ple complained about EMS be said the commissioners make
afield peripheral transporting
raising wise, but taxes must more owners.
free but
please pre-register by mentioned in the proposed ordinance patients to Bradford Hospital gradual. Both the school board and ail changes prior to passing the or-
The special assessment has caused -
calling 964-6280, ext. 209 or 224. dinance in order to the
Lake Butler, call 496-2321. setting up the special when they wanted to be carried the city (Starke) went up. These are ordinance.pass If more protests than other Increases
assessment.The elsewhere. frightening.. We just had $75 (land- "strongest possible by the school board and in
issues were: Carter said, "Unless patients are fill assessment), what are you goingto there is a need to re-allocate money assessments.
Upcoming... property
Funding for Volunteer Fire about to die, 911 (EMS) go anywherethey do next year? from EMS to VFD, direct your attorney Commissioners Wednes-
Public meetings scheduled In the Departments from funds currently want to go. If about to die, "It would have been more accep- to make said.the changes before day night to consider promised, at a later date
coming weeks are: proposed for Emergency Medical they'll go to the nearest facility." table if it were more gradual. M' passage, Flynn turned into round- exemptions for indigent persons to
The a
The Starke Zoning Board will district is the in the county.
Services. poorest table discussion with Farnsworth allow landlords with more than 10
meet Thursday 28 in Starke Medical EMS .. When asked Chairman Watersfor ,
Sept. Improving Emergency Policy. by Flynn the commissioners and others units to pay 80 percent of the assess-
City Hall, at 7 p.m. Services (EMS), particularly to EMT Dan Cuddington said it is the an alternative, Chandler said he attempting to iron out ordinance ment, because the landlords do not
Bradford County Commissionwill outlying county areas. policy of Bradford County Emergency does not have one. language and timing, attempting to have full occupancy at all times.
hold its regular monthly Providing for less than 100 per- Medical Services to carry patients Chairman Waters said, "If we go determine what should be includedand Churches and fraternal organiza-
meeting Monday, October 2, in cent occupancy of rental property in to any area hospital they wantto to a one cent sales tax, it will have to omitted, and when the budget tions will also be exempt from the
Courthouse Commission Room, special assessment. go to, providing the patient is be voted on, and we're looking at must be completed. $100 assessment.
beginning at 9:30 a.m. Providing relief for indigent stable enough to make the trip. If the 45-60 days. It will cost$5,000-$6,500 to Attorney Flynn said he could not Chairman Wilbur Waters, reac-
Starke city council will meet residents for whom the assessmentwill Medical Technician feels the patientis hold an election. I would like to see a make changes by Wednesday night ting to suggestions that the public
Tuesday, October 3 in City Hall, at be excessive. dangerously ill, it his decision to one cent sales tax "and go with a the scheduled time for making fmajdecisions would rather pay a sales tax than the
7:30 p.m. Eliminate churches from havingto go to the nearest facility. There are lowered assessment. and voting on the or- special assessment pointed out the
Bradford County School Board pay the special assessment. two exceptions. If there is not a Waters continued by saying a one- dinance, and pass the ordinance as sales tax, by state jaw, can only be
will meet Monday, October 9 in Ad- Explore avenues for increasing back-up unit in the county, EMS will cent sales tax will generate about advertised.That used for new construction, not for
ministrative Building on North revenues other than the $100 special not send the one remaining unit to a $500,000 in revenue, providing towns remark propelled Buddy county ooerating funds.
Temple Ave., at 7 p.m. assessment, such as a sales tax. distant point leaving the county and cities in the county sign inter- Revels to his feet to say, "If you pass "Let's get a recall. Let's turn
Brooker city council will meet Allow EMS to transport patients to without an emergency vehicle for a local agreements, or $350,000 to the resolution tonight, you're saying them out before they run us all into
Tuesday, October 10 in Brooker CI- hospital of choice, rather than requiring long period. Secondly, VA (Veteran $400,000 without agreements. In ad- that you're passing the assessment.I'd the poor house," said Elizabeth
ty Hall at 7:30: to be carried to dition the sales tax it will requirea
p.m. everyone Administration) hospitals will not to rather vote for the one cent sales Knowles after the vote.
Hampton city council will meet Bradford Hospital. accept patients brought in by EMS $30-$40( assessment to meet the tax. Don't pass the resolution..." No one protested when the millage
Tuesday October 10 in HamptonCity Clerk Ray Norman has been busy units. Iis their position that patients county's needs. Carter reminded Revels that rollback figure was adopted.But .
Hall at 7 p.m.Starke working up good estimates of how being transported oy Waters asked, "Will the people "This is not a public discussion." several persons questioned
city council will meet much the exemptions will cut out of emergency units are in need of vote for a sales tax?" Waters thanked Revels for his what said were discrepancies in
Tuesday, October 17 in Starke City the estimated $864,000 to be broughtin emergency treatment, and VA Waters concluded by asking if people comments.The budget they figures. Finance Officer
Hall at 7:30: p.m. by the $100 assessment. hospitals in Gainesville and/or Lake "65 or over" should be given commissioners asked Clerk Esther Ellerson and CPA Pat Farn-
Bradford County School Board Commission Chairman Wilbur some type of break? Should we give Norman to gather additional infor- explained the
will meet Monday, October 23, at 7 Waters opened the meeting by saying some money to VFD? Should we exempt mation on the cost of the various ex- sworth and patiently attempted to answer
p.m., in Administrative Buiilding "The purpose of the meeting is churches? Where do we apply emption to be considered at a subse- budget .
on North Temple Ave. to discuss the comments made at CPA Pat Farnsworth, an advisorto the occupational rate, over 5 units, quent meeting called for Tuesday questions.Ms.. Ellerson said 'a new state- <
Bradford County Zoning Board, meeting (Public Hearing) last the board, said the county col- 10 units? night, but cancelled Tuesday has I
required computer program
normally set for the last Tuesday in
each month, is tentatively set for prevented budgets from being ready, .
Tuesday, October 24, to avoid con- before Wednesday.Farnsworth said
flict with Halloween. The meetingwill "Tornado Showdown" is Theme for Homecoming several sheets on the Sept. 7 budget
in er-
million were
be held in Starke City Hall, at 7 showing a$9
ror and had nothing to do with the

p.m.Starke Zoning Board will meet It's homecoming time again at cheerleaders, and Spirit of Bradford' Hed'ding, Kim Johnson, Sham pass, than Friday, Sept.29.Entrants must budget, but were budget com-
Thursday October 28, in Starke CI- Bradford High. Band will be featured. Lori Sellers, and Christy Gault. provide a copy of their driver'slicense parisons run by the clerk's office.
ty Hall, at 7 p.in. Theme for the 1989 celebration is One of five BHS senior coeds The homecoming parade is set for and prove they have liability Both Buddy Revels and Dean
Festival of the Arts scheduledfor "Tornado Showdown." elected by the senior class will be 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6. To enter, con- insurance. To phone BUS dial Traylor criticized the county for
downtown Starke, Saturday and Tornado Whirl is set for 8 p.m. crowned 1989 homecoming queen tact BHS instructor Scott Allen, 964- Sunday, October 28-29. Thursday, Oct. 5. BHS classes will after a vote of the entire student sponsor of the BHS student council, Homecoming..p.2A) which taxpayers might take as fac-
present skits. Football players body. The contestants are Tavia the sponsoring organization, no later (see tual. I

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TELEGRAPH September 28, I9S9

I Local Citizens Help Hugo Victims : .

.-. Avoid the Rush ;/

Local relief efforts for Hugo vic Southeast Power Co. and is In Mobley, Duke Fuquay, Joe Tlce, wave at the relief- workers, ,and give j
tims: Charleston. Greg Woods, Don Clark, Max them food and sandwiches. One man Last time this offer available
Items can be taken to the National Mary Looney, the wife of Bill Williford, Mitchell Huskey, Bruce said he had 2,000 pounds of shrimp
Guard armory on Edwards Road Looney, said her husband, also in Sapp, Kenneth Britten, and Mark thawing which he cooked and gaveto .
from 8:30: a.m. to 4p.m. any week Charleston, reported via phone that Mosley. The CE employees are the workers, Ms. Looney said. before Christmas I
day for pickup by a Publix truck on SE Power has five trucks from working 18 hours a day,according to '' ..
its way to Charleston, says Anita Jacksonville\ \ and 10 from Titusville CE Director of Operations Bob Looney reports the Hugo destruc- -:1 11:,;_ I'
Rink, executive director of the working in Charleston Looney Is Remley, and will be relieved Tuesday tion is the worst he's ever seen. ?. Now Only
s1 .
Chamber of Commerce. head of operations in Florida for SE by other crews. They're staying Looney has worked on hurricane
Items can also be taken to power. in a motel to which they had to hook relief efforts in Loulsana and Texas
Robbie's Reef, the pet store in the Six trucks and 12 men from Clay up water and electricity.Her and tornado relief In Arkansas.
Wal-Mart shopping center on 301-S. Electric are also in the Charleston husband reports, Ms. Looney Basic items are still\ needed by vr v4.A $95
Ms. Roberta Reid is taking a U-haul area helping with the relief effort. says, that people have really been hurricane victims, especially in
truck on a visit to her husband,Billy, CE employees up there are WayneHnltlnmni'nrth appreciative of getting electricity isolated areas, including canned
next Friday. Reid works for the Mike WnUrrg. Don back on. They line up on the road, foods batteries, flashlights etc. plus 951

. Brooker_ Council Aunroves Budget _.- r with coupon. arhingtee(Reg.995))

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By Joe Gluy Some leaKS in water distributionlines The first distribution of funds will sidered."It Gift
ICT StaN Writer may be caused by the lines be- be in November, and a second is surprising what these funds Give tire
The Brooker Town Council ap- ing too shallow. Heavy traffic over a distribution will be made in March. can be used for," said Melvin. _
proved a budget for the coming shallow line will cause the leaks in Perhaps by then Brooker will be ofLove"
year at a council meeting held Tues- the black pipe being used.The black higher on the list, and may be con-
day, Sept. 5, at the Brooker pipe trolls and and --..- *
Hall. City ble and easier with s xi package One 8x10, Tlvo 5x 7s,

A millage rate of 0.938 mils was set cheaper to install, said Tony Includes: ?,.?
& 'Val/cis (.approx.size)
for the new year, representing a roll Stalnaker. In the future, the lines Appliance .",
back of 0.136 mils from the 1.074 will be buried deeper to avoid breaks -PRESENT THIS COUPON AT TIME OF SITTING- -
millage rate of 1988-89.The roll back from heavy traffic.

rate is the millage required to Grant .. & I SAVE $2.OOOn .....;;;..-;;,;;.-
town generate as the the same previous Income year.to The the Plans have been submitted to Jim l'.....a......o.....-...o"a MM-?...,....-...,rot I

reason for the reduction In millage Is Alfred, liasion man with Represen- I our 13-plece portrait package :sr:: ::2S:.. :.. CSJlSil"Regularly :. ... !: '=....
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an increase in property evaluations tative George Crady, for submissionto Air Conditioning r $9 95 NCNI only $7.95 _2-
within the town. the appropriations committee of I I II
the Legislature, seeking funding fora
TV Cable... community center.
There is a good chance the ServiceService
Council Chairman Gene Melvin requestwill I I II
be funded but there is
has been in touch with Tom Hewett,
guarantee, Alford told Chairman
official of the cable company Install- A'
the cable in Brooker. Melvin. I I II
The request is for $150,000, the
Their storage building was broken estimated cost of a 3,000 square feet and Repair on: Joe Cox. Exclusively] at Wal-Mart 1-.AGFA --:=3 a I.1
into and
some equipment was
building at$50 per sqft. This will not
mishandled he said,and some other include items such as landscaping, AH Major Appliances Your friendly I -.1
problems have caused a delay, but to 4
roadways and parking, canopies, repairman.
Air .1
the cable should be in operation by covered entry, or architect fees. Conditioning
next council meeting, he said. This application is directly to the Call him today for
legislature and is different from a .Refrigeration Plus You May Enter Your Child In The
Water Lines... Community Development Block any appliance repair. .
Engineer Jerome Kelley has ad- Grant from the Department of Com Electrical }L tt.. i s;:,' ;. .ltj.l.ellMr: l
vised the water department to flush munity Affairs, Melvin explained.An .
the water lines at least weekly until application for a CDBG has I 964-7462 I '\Wal-Mart 'Baby::Contest ,
theare flushed clean. Council also been submitted but Brooker is JOE COX OWNER
dt :ided to have the water tested to number 77 on the list of 77 small For Quality Service & Repair Ask photographer for entry details. Each winner receives a trophy and Free pot1ralts.l .
see just what the problems are towns applying for grants, said
before continuing with the flushing. Melvin. _. -

Club Members

t +h-' 'YSF.rY Asked to Vote

On Extension .3.g! III : l: 1J miLLERS! :

by Bus; R.
BCT StaN WRtMembers / .
ot jolf and ( SUPERMARKETS. ""
Country Club r' ers this Ikvv:
week asking then. i expanding ,
the golf course .m nine to .

Committee.teen holes.Chairman AI Stefanelli t ',rf't rTC/ FRIENDESTPLA: E :IN t9i7j";' x

said the committee to build addi-
tional nine holes ma*.', the .
following syr> 0-. r,1. v. -. If. 4w dsi4 I
recommendations: .. -
1. Expand the existing facility to IN OUR DELI DEPT j A + k IN OUR SEAFOOD DEPT
an 18 hole course.
2. Purchase approximately 113.5 !
acres from J.R. Wainwright at a 8ILMARTURKEY FRESH
total cost of $237,791. The timber on ,
this property has been cruised at
$100,000. tY .... ) ii": t: SMALLSHRIMP
3. Estimated cost to develop property
for sale with paved streets, ,. r i
water and sewer,and build an addi-
tional nine holes, Including purchaseof .1 r '
land, is 2100000. BREAST
4. Sell 120 residential lots at an I '
price of $20,000 to raise t
$2,400,000 to pay for the proposed HALF IB, f '1 PER LB.
5. The 18 hole course would pro-
bably require membership be ex- Iried \
panded to include 250 members at a
monthly fee of approximately $70. $ 89 *-t r SM
"This is a major undertaking for 1 \ $299
the Starke Golf and Country Club jlLAV
and your board of directors wants to $ < \
make sure we have the support of .
4 (('t' 4 /
stated.general membership, the letter -

The form letter provided a place t'' % d. IN OUR MEAT DEPT -
for the member to vote either for or
against the proposal.Homecoming..


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At 8 p.m.: Friday Oct.6,BHS grid- ,C 1 t '1'L +/+ --
tiers will take on Class 2A
powerhouse Madison High. Head
Coach David Hurse expects a tough :

,game.BHS students will celebrate five fi'1,h..(: 9.;: rt.Ari j'Sr SFr.. t. PEIUB. ,,,,
days of homecoming, with a different \ '}'r : i :! t. .h io fT S i
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activity each day next week. (1j, S < t f ne; da ,,I'

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:ed by court precedent. ,
Register, admantately opposed to
the prayer ban, says Christians*
ought to stand up and fight for the

right to pray.. ",., .
Doesn t the -" .
; president place hiss "
;;hand on a bible when he takes the IN OUR BAKERY DEPT. J ; '

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I Speakers Blast Proposed Tax at Hearinsr I

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1CT Stuff Wrll.rMore Department Springs(VFD Fire assessment?" The question had arisen in the city g
) said
than 40 Bradford residents neither for Chairman Waters said, "A sales council meeting, and Attorney Darla
railed against the proposed $100 Carthy said or the against the tax. Mc- tax is not being reserved for the Christopher responded by saying the

special assessment Wednesday does not provide special for funding assessment VFD in building of a new jail, it won't city does not have to sign the agree-
evening, Sept, 20, in a public hearing the services generate enough revenue. ( Apparently ment.
emergency segment. both had reference to a one Waters told
by county commissioners to get McKinney, :
Funding for VFD would
citizen comments on the Issue Issue emerge as cent sales tax counties can pass by ti cross that bridge when we get to It."
an the
The meeting, held in BHS r number of during evening, with a vote of the residents.) Elizabeth Knowles struck a recurring -, I il
auditorium to accomodate the crowdof t Carthy in his speakers supporting Mc- In response to the second question, theme when she said "EMS wlli:,:;
to divert
750, was carried over from the t 1 of the EMS funds request into the some Waters said, "Forever and ever." not transport patients to Gainesville .t,
aborted public hearing a week -.. -- -- fire departments.Ben outlying Boo, the audience responded. (hospitals)." :,fi
earlier, when the courtroom was fill- I Holtzendorf, Janet Starling of Lawley petitioned Knowles said, "I'd like to the the..;: '
representing a
Resign. Please... for a relief mechanism for hard- first to ask
ed and overflowed into hallways of newly formed Rental Property you all to resign
the Courthouse. That earlier "I'd like to be the first to ask you- Owners Association, said there are ship about cases, and "I'm not talking especially you, Mr. Carter. I'd like;,:;
meeting had to be adjourned after all to resign" said Elizabeth approximately 200 rental property dies."taking property after a person your resignition so we can put someone ''v

only a few minutes, because peoplein Knowles. "I'd like your resignationsso owners in the county, furnishing Emory I.. Black, who lives in "up there that will be for the r;
the hallways could not hear the we can put someone up there that homes for"the working people in the Bradford County, but has a take people. "
speakers, and became restless. will be for the people." county." Butler address Telegraph didn't escape. Edi."i.
The crowd at the Courthouse Holtzendorf saying he has 23 units, initiated a complaint die Kelly said, "Mandates have not-
meeting was estimated at 350-400 operation of the jail, and 30 percentfor renting for $70 per month, asked for that the was to be heard been explained to people by the?
people. The following Saturday, Emergency Medical Services. two changes in the proposed or- throughout evening concerning (local\) paper." to them
problems with EMS in
flyers were placed on car wind- The 1989-90 budget for operation of dinance.Set outlying commissioners, Kelly said, "Your*
shields in the Wal-Mart parking lot, the jail Is $541U72, and $3011,765 for assessment at 80 percent of Eo '.' 1 areas residents, more whose particular calls with into budget does not inspire confidence."

soliciting attendance at Bile the EMS. the number of units, since the occupancy Getting the Point. Starke distance.telephone Malcolm Hill, living on Sampson;;:
following Wednesday. While the Carter said a shortfall of $224,000Is rate county wide is approx- .. Black are said long'TYou'll Lake, said, "I've never heard a can-
for be-
crowd was larger the second time, it anticipated, even after passage of imately 80 percent. "You won't put It to a vote. You ing BradfordEMS..you'll me didate for county commissioner say
fell short of the number expected.The the special assessment, but commis- Since rent Is collected monthly know IH' would vote against It," said picked-up have by to take we need more taxes."
balcony in the auditorium was sioners hope to make up the deficit throughout the year, allow landlords Malcolm Hill, retired personnel court.', me to One Bradford resident with a Lake"Butler

not needed. There were vacant seatsin from carry-over funds. to pay the assessment in installments manager of the Department of Corrections Black started another theme, to be address said he would tell his:ti
the auditorium, but there were Chairman Waters asked speakersto rather than up-front as who lives on Sampsonl.akl', heard many times more. "The jail is wife, "Drag me across the bridge;;,
some people standing in the door "State your name and where you currently proposed.Holtzendorf speaking of the $100 assessment. not a free hotel. Charge the and call the Union County Emergency -
people "
ways and hall. live," when coming to the podium, said sales taxes and "I've never heard of a ramliilute for who are using the jail. Service, if he became ill. ,
Some of the speakers "lowered the but many failed to do so, and were user fees, including the $100 special commissioner say we nerd more Otis McKinney referred to the Marion Henson, who lives north or':
boom" on commissioners sitting on not identified to the audience. assessments, are the fairest of all taxes," Hill Ktiiil. commissioners Lawtey, told commissioners, "I'm,
stage, flanked by their advisors, Gene Melvin, chairman of the taxes, and he does not oppose the actors county," and said Bradford as commis-"movie sure glad you all aren't running the"',
Brooker Council led the new levy. People working In mobile home national government." .
some addressed the issue at hand, City paradeof sioners the
were to tax chur-
and some drifted far afield, but the speakers, and brought the house AI Stefanelli, owner of a mobile parks will be laid off as grass cutting ches. Lakefront property owners on'" i
crowd was orderly, applauding at down with his closing remark that home park on Griffis Loop says he and other services are reduced, The $75 assessment for landfill Santa Fe Lake complained about the....
times, but never threatening. "You have led us to the water, and rents to low income families, with Stefanelli said. does exclude hefty increase in assessments and;,'
Commission Chairman Wilbur made us drink." welfare funds and local churches Realtor Laverne Outlaw confirmed ches operation not chur- lack of county services, especially.,,
Waters, opened the meeting by Melvin's main thrust was his con- subsidizing rent for some tenants. he gets 5-6 requests each week for and neither since they does generate the garbage. by EMS. A lakefront foot on little'
stating, "The purpose of the meeting cern for low income residents who Stefanelli quoted figures, purpor- rental property.Elaine assesssment ordinance. proposed Sante Fe Lake is being assessed at-
is to hear comments on the special are financially unable to absorb an ting to show that rental property in Olin owner of a mobile $400( on big Lake Santa Fe $500.
assesssment." additional 30-40 percent increase in Bradford County cannot absorb home park on SIt-16 west, asked a McKinney, who had attended last The meeting droned on until 11:30 .
Commissioner Maxie Carter, assessments and a $100 special higher taxes, and property owners number of questions, answered by week's Starke Council meeting, ask p.m., with everyone having an opportunity -"'
Jr.presented some facts and assessment.The will be driven out of the market. Chairman Waters. ed what would the county do if to speak. "('
figures: The proposed $100 assess ordinance as written docs not "There aren't enough rental units Two questions of interest were, Starke does not sign the inter-local The final speaker Dean Traylor,
now, and the assessment will do "Is a sales tax being reserved to to allow the was gaveled down, because he was
ment is to be distributed on a 70-30 provide for relief in hardship cases. irreparable agreement county to collect
basis, with 70 percent going toward Terry McCarthy, chief or the damage to the county. build a new jail' and )low long the $100 assessment inside city not addressing the special assess-1"
will we pay the special limits. ment issue Waters said.

I Tucker Honored at Retirement

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Amid family, friends, and co- Bill Weldon, city operations thought to the time and effort that C \
workers, City Clerk Neil Tucker was manager and utility director, who dedicated peole, such as you, put in. rrr\ -
honored on his retirement Friday, said the city employees had a dif- "I know that you will enjoy your _
Sept. 22.The ficult time finding a gift for a man retirement and I wish you all the
city hall meeting room was with everything, wrote Tucker the best. Thanks again for all your
filled to capacity with well-wishers. following departing letter. help." Signed: Best Wishes, Bill
Clerk Tucker didn't get far in verbalizing "Dear Neil: Weldon.Tucker.
what the city employeesand "I want to let you know that I
friends mean to him before regret your decision to retire. I ad- came to Starke in the
choking up. mit that this feeling is a selfish one 1950's and established an accounting ..1.1f .1t

A gift of a brass piggy bank was on my part, due to the help that you business. He later sold it to Pat
given the departing clerk, who hit upa have given me in the past. Just Farnsworth and ran for city clerk at
few of the crowd for donations for knowing that you were able and will- a time when Starke was in need of
fun and in jest. ing to help has been source of security leadership in city hall. Tucker has
to me. been clerk eight years and has earn-
Mrs, Katherine Tucker, Neil's "I regret your leaving becauseyou ed some $5 million in interest for the
wife attended. Neil's mother, Mrs. have made many, many con- city through Investing city funds. a ns
Anna Tucker also attended. Friends tributions to the betterment of the ci- Tucker retires under a system he
attending the ceremony included ty and you have shown your loyalty sheparded through in 1968 when he
neighbors R.P. and Frances McLen- and deciation through untiring efforts was a city commissioner. The fund
don, Jimmy and Margaret Peek, and relentless hours when time started with a zero bank balance and
and Tom lade. City( commissioners\ had not meaning other than what now has$3 million in assets. Twenty-
Travl. ,YeJij; &Si1clxeobby'! : was necessary to get the job tlvhL. "W tweak emptoyeesoare1tOW.*a r tr7' '
Biggs ncFEU Wall M Iii1d"e(4.Coffi "','"." I 'betwtsnrrrp.oplt" fiBu i.I.tXI m. McRae 1I.r,; fr.- huh 'V.j, 1
missiJierCharles Schaefer was out '- asssume that all city administrativework were J' i Oi-i j'Wiggins, o
of town. 'Just gets done' without any Tom Nolin, and Gerald Williams.

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I Petitioners Voice ComplaintsBy Clerk Tucker is Retired...

Clerk Neil Tucker, whose retirement began Sept. 25 time thinking of a retirement present "...for a man who '
turns the tables on city operations 'nili hai"vel'y!ng-"FraiicesMcI.endon.lnJestdonateda'
Joe Cissy per acre. the 100 year flood plain, but will Weldon, and gets a donation for his new manager brass piggy PeimyTucker is giving! up his desk for some hunting,
BCT Staff Writ. allow a dock across the wetland. bank. Weldon said city hall employees had a difficult fishing, and maybe a little work.
Assessment Changed.. This is not full use of the waterfront,
Hearing complaints from 38 petitioners claim the petitioners. '
Monday, Sept. 25, the Boardof The Frances W. Meng farm on the "These restrictions are not yet
Adjustment had a full agenda, east side of Hampton lake is the first reflected in sale prices," said Brooker. .
from 9:30: a.m. until 9:30: p.m. con- time in years the Board of Adjust- Alvarez. It may be that in the futurea
sidering the plight of taxpayers who ment has changed an assessment will need to reduce evaluations from page 2A"Developing

are ;dissatisfied with theassessments levied by the assessor. there, he said, but "not at this pointin
levied upon their property The agricultural exemption had time." parks, repairing and quested a letter be written, authorizing Objections from Adams and:
this year. been removed from the farm Edythe Nicholson, neighbors of Improving streets, water and sewers the department to enter a mutual Bryant, regarding sickness and
The board is made up of three because "I did not think it was a true Bass, also says, "I do not have ac- are all permitted uses." aid assistance pact with other other unavoidable circumstancesled
county commissioners Chairman agricultural classification based on cess to the lake. I do not have departments in the area, the benefitto to tabling the issue until the next:
Wilbur Waters, Maxie Carter, and talking to Mrs. Meng," said Jimmy lakefront property.A In Other Matters.. be in lower insurance premiumsfor meeting.
Ross Chandler who was absent until Alvarez. But after Lee Harden- band of swamp lies adjacent to One bid was received for garbage the department. -A raise in salary for the Mayor,totequal
evening hours, and two members of brook, speaking for the Mengs, the water, and DER will prevent her pick-up for the next two years. The Stalnaker is also scheduling a that recently voted to council
the school board, Len Schlofman and outlined the extent of the horse from building a fill, Nicholson said, new bid price, as accepted by the CPR course for Brooker residents in members, was voted and passed. y
James Watson.A breeding, rearing and training being and she does not have a way to get to council, is $475 per month, for two the near future.The school cafeteriaor The city attorney salary has been.
large majority of protestorswere done on the farm, convinced the the water. pickups per week. a room at the Baptist Church will increased from $75 per meeting to:
from the Santa Fe Lake region, board, and Alvarez, that an excep- A 20% reduction in value has been The bid was from Forest Drawdy, be sought for the course.A $75 per hour when in
upset with the increase of waterfront tion was deserved, the board votedto given Nicholson, said Alvarez, the current contractor. The Item of plan to withold payment for The Council will call a
property valuation from $145 per reinstate the exemption. which the board voted to uphold as Insurance needed by the contractorwill council members and all I city officials so that County Commission
Front foot last year to $450 per front The board was given a lot more Information being sufficient. be checked out by town Clerk who miss council meetingswill Chairman Wilbur Waters can attend;
foot this year, a threefold increase. than he had, Alvarez said, Jack F, Miller, and Louise, whose Charlene Thomas.A be taken up at a future meeting. to explain the special assessments:;, }
"The large increase this year in and agreed with the board that the tax bill will increase from $483 to problem with dogs running Now in effect is a policy to withold levied by the commission, and the
appraised value is an accumulationof exemption is proper and should be asked "Where will loose in the town is a source of many pay If three consecutive meetingsare increases in property assessments
$1,501, they ,
reinstated. say to missed, according to Chairman An ir.terlocal agreement between
several years Increase in real complaints, according councilman
we gain anything?
value," said Property In the petition of Helen Delate, A.B. Adams and Marshal Melvin. Brooker and Bradford County IS
Appraiser their
In 1964 under
property was "If I miss needed for the special assessments
one meeting, my proposal
Jimmy Alvarez. "The last Increase also on Santa Fe Lake, there was Tommy Raulerson.
the homestead
in lake property was in 1982." some question of the actual length of amount.$5,000. at that time exemption). Rulerson has researched this pro- is not to get paid," he said. to' become- effective. i'

Valuations were derived from actual the frontage, since the lot is wedge "It is long distance to call the blem with the state attorney and
sales of lake front property shaped. A survey of the lot does not sheriff' they said and the 911 learned that no easy solution Is
made during 1987 and 1988, said exist. The board upheld the assessed emergency system does not include available. If pets are impounded, a I Check the Classifieds j I
Alvarez, and compares with value with the. stipulation that their area. pound must be available.to put themin

Alachua County on the west side of another check be made of the actual If they dial 911, they get The Rulerson best said.incentive for keeping
front footage and adjust accordingly -
the lakes, which is assessed at $400 Gainesville, and Gainesville says _
particularly from runn
pets, dogs\
Lake Santa Fe if needed. "
for Little frontageand
don't know where
"they we are,
; in the town is the possible
$500 on Big Santa Fe Lake, according Another petition meriting a second Miller said.: liability face If
the owner may
look that of Hoke He
to Alvarez. This heard
same complaint was
damage is caused by the
Hampton Lake property Increased formerly held an agricultural exemption many times from residents who live Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker pet. re- @ .'
from, $110 to $300 per foot from the on a 15 acre tract from outside the 964 telephone exchange
boat ramp north, and from $110 to which he sold 10 acres. He maintained -
$200 from the boat ramp south, for that he Is still farming the five
waterfront property. Crosby Lake acres less road right of way, and the'' 1st Public Hearing NoticeThe

and Sampson Lake properties increased exemption should be retained. The, City of Ltwtey ii considering\ applying to lha Florid Department of Community FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES OF ORANGE PARK P.A.
from $75 per foot to $125. board .voted to uphold the assess Affair(DCA) for s Small Chins Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)of _
Here', too, actual sales were used to ment provided a review is made and up.to 42500000.) TheM funds mUll be used for one of the following purpose MIDDLEBURG BRANCHSpecializing
market value and assessed an adjustment made if warranted.
determine 1. To benefit low and moderate income
persons; or ,,
value. William Carter, residing on Samp- "" : r x;- """sr a s s :

Assessments for dwellings were i son Lake, was also given consideration -, 2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight;or ;: ,.,,,,.{... Nowhop I
increased from$20 per square foot to of an additional 'review by the, I- comptehensivonp' r
$22.50 base value for enclosed living assessor. If his house hasdeteriorated 3. To meet other community development need having a autoserve;yaur
,area, an increase of 12'/i%; Adjustments to the extent he claims, urgency because existing condition. pow a serious and date throat ,. ., ,' Yfamily) medical"card" ,,,t"4; i
from this base value de- an adjustment may be made;, other-. to If* health or welfare of the community and where other financial 3 .s:'>. : ; : ::' :<' \< pend on many factors: type of construction ,wise, the assessed value will, be xxircei, art not available to meet such needs.

block, brick, frame, interitl'.flnlsh upheld. ." used in the of
The category of activities for which these funds may be are area in Family Medicine Sports
drywall or panelling, homing or neighborhood revitalization and include such activities aa homing ,
flow, carpet, hardwood, cement Assessments 'Upheld... rehabilitation, demolition of dilapidated homing and relocation of residents, Medicine and Aviation Medicine
slam condition of building, type of Many long time residents of Santa weaiherization and energy-efficiency improvement,code enforcement, land assembly
heat, air conditioned, fireplaces, Fe Lake pointed out that moneyed or site preparation for new construction,physical improvement Yilie. such ai water James R. M.D. Olda Pointe Plaza
type of roof, and otherssays Al Interests are buying up' property and sewer improvements,fired improvement,drainage and neighborhood facilities, Bjgoerstafl, 2755 Blanding Blvd., Suite 109
additional Information regarding the range of acliviiiei that may be undertaken will be Richard J. Bultman. M.D. Fl. 320689042S22S77
Cos,.on, an assistant to Alvarez. there for development or for expen- K. M.D. Middleburg,
A-1second floor Is now figured at sive homes, and driving up land provided at the public hearing. Hilary Ellwood

100%, up from 80% two 'years ago. values. It is going to force long term For the activity tnat U proposed, at least 60% of the funds must benefit low and, Nathan p Newman. M.D. Office( Hours: gam.-5p.m.
An unfinished screen porch is addedat residents of the lakes to sell out and moderate income penoni. W. Herman Sessions, M.D.j By/ppointrnert
40%, and an open porch figured at move because "We can't afford the. r---------- 0Ide" Dboourt
209Sv A carport U 25% of the basevalae taxes," they said. -. .Tn developing an .ppUcaUcn: for all>mlliion to DCA,.the City or L.wtey mutt plan j @;:, .
storage space and garage is Imogene Bass and daughter Betty co minimize diplaoement of penona a S result 01 planned. CDOG .cl yiuCI. In ; I 1 R
55% An unattached garage may Hayes also pointed out that the stat /; addition,,the City,of Lawwy ia required to develop a plan 10 assist displaced perms. I CHOLESTEROL SCREEN., i c.a.,1t: WfrwCWaI ,

vfrom:. $9.40 to $11.75.r square claims ownership to the ,100 >vear-. The public hearing receive citizen views concerning the community's housing and w/first I office visit for all/ new I IU.. e
', tt high water line, about 300 feet from; .'communay development needs will be held In the City Hall In Lawteyl"lotida on '
Qpen rural land Is valued at $1,500 the present lake level, therefore Tuesday.October: 1989 7:00 tM. To obtain information concerning the public ( patients at our Middleburg I ,'
per..acre;aa a base for more than 10 their acreage la reduced, they say. ... hearing contact MrManila;B.Rosier,Mayor, P.O. Drawer 0, Lawley,Florida I Office ,1 I '. [ r I 'j i
ac&s. The, agriculture exemption The Department of Environmental, ;3203,(904)7S2-34J4, I L..J; a
reduces bona fide farmland to $150 Regulation will not allow fill within
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TKI.KGHAI'H September 28, 1989

I Hoover's Studio Building is Gone, After 82 Years as Call St. LandmarkThe I

Hoover Brothers Studio building, century, as a result of having their villa! ,Lake City and other nearby towns
a landmark on Call Street for over 80 photographic studio at Cedar Key frequently came to Starke by train or
years, is no more. After decades of destroyed by a demon hurricane in auto (over dirt roads) to have their
neglect, the floor and roof of the struc- 1895. They first came to Lake City and family portraits made.
ture had rotted out, leaving the brick fog a while carried on their work in a
walls standing alone, with no support. portable tent which they used as a Sometimes these trips would bean all
day event due to the bad conditions of
studio from
town to town.
Several months ago, the City con- early roads and the frequent
Eventually they decided that
dz mned the building as a safety hazard, breakdowns of automobiles in those !
a good location for their businessand
but gave the owners a bit more time to days. Considerable time would also be
settled here
see if a plan of rehabilitation could be permanently in the
In the studio the Hoovers
early 1900s, opening their studio in a spent ,as were s
worked out. But architects advised the
artistic perfectionists, taking great
small frame building on Walnut Street
owner, Marian Long, who had hoped to between the Florida pains to pose their subjects to the best
present Theatre
open an antique shop there some day, and Hotel advantage, and arrange the lighting to
Magnolia which was then
that the cost would be prohibitive.Ms. residence.Due a bring out their best features.

Long recently arranged with to the excellent quality of their Some of their most striking models
W.T. Jackson to demolish the buildingand work, their business soon expanded, were theatrical performers with the old
clear the lot in exchange for the an- making a larger studio necessary.They Williams Stock Company which used to
tique brick. The demolition was com- f purchased property at the corner of
winter in Starke and present comedy
pleted last week, with about 80
percentof East Call and Cherry Streets and con- dramas under a big tent on West
the brick .
salvaged.The structed an attractive brick building Madison Street before starting on their
Hoover brothers, Frank and Joe, around 1907. Word of their camera annual tour each spring.In .

came to this area before the turn of the magic work soon spread, and promi- ... ... ... .
nent people from Gainesville, Jackson- the days before modern c;.. ]7 :,.. :c. ._ -

.. photographic film came into use, the no flash bulbs In those days. time. Ninety-three years later their
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ri :: ;; :: : = : '" '" : ;: :,-: J :' : ; : '; various Hoovers used sizes,clear coated glass with plates light-in lighting.Photographers depended on natural quaint during brick a weekend studio when was being warnings torn down were

(Nj IMiliillPreeminent( (/ ( : l sensitive emulsion on which to catch predicting that Hurricane Hugo might
/ : their images. These plates were then In- It is an odd coincidence that the strike this area. Fortunately for us it
\ : : .. serted into a box-like camera mountedon Hoovers fled Cedar Key in the wake of a didn't but if it had the Hoover building
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,." . .L. : .: : : ; :: : : : _. .. ." f a tripod and covered with a black disastrous storm in 1896 that brought a would have doubtless been demolished
hood to keep out the light while a time tidal wave, hurricane winds, and rag- without any outside help.
exposure was being taken. There were ing fires to Cedar Key, all at. the same

Photography Team Melrose Columnist Surprised to Find

Brought Fame to StarkeA Mother's Picture in Anniversary IssuePerhaps

no reader was more pleasedand look at least ten years younger than the
world of memories and an impor- agricultural scenes, school classes and surprised by the 110th Anniversary calendar indicated.In .
tant in the of Starke reunions and holiday celebrations. Issue of The Telegraph than was roads and
chapter history was Barney Barco who writes "Barney's those days of dirt early
embodied in the little red brick buildingon Starke is fortunate to have a Beat" covering the Melrose scene for autos that often broke down, a trip to

East Call Street that had stood unus- photographic history of its past, The Lake Region Monitor. Starke was an all-day event, includingthe
time it took the Hoovers to get
ed and neglected for so many years thatit something that many towns and cities The ebulient Barney, just as busy in the right angle and best possible just
finally came to be condemned as a do not have, and this invaluable recordof retirement as he was during his 28-year lighting on their subjects.

safety hazard. Now the building is gone, the past would not have been possible career with the U.S. Army Field Artillery Barney's mother owned some

but the contribution of those incom- had it not been for the Hoovers. issue purchased an extra copy of the undeveloped acreage on Long Lake a
to share with his sister, Lucille
parable artists, Frank and Joe Hoover, Although Starke's economy under- Coone of Gainesville. Upon opening the short distance southeast of Melrose,
who had their studio there for half a century went fluctuations during the cover page,and scanning the inside col- and after retirement from a busy Army
many he and his wife decided this
will continue to live in the magic of period of the Hoovers, The Telegraph lection photographs of, Ms.Hoover Coone Brothers gasped would career be a nice quiet place to settle

their photography. reported that "... their studio is a draw- Here s Mother'I" Barney could hardly down. They gave their new home the

Coming to this area as refugees froma ing card for the town, and everyone is believe his eyes, but his sister was unofficial title of "Far Enough", being
far enough, they thought in those days
pleased by their business growth andprosperity" right. Two photographs of a beautiful locatedbetween
terrible hurricane that struck Cedar from everything. Long Lake is
young woman, one in the lower cornerof
Key in 1896, destroying their Indeed, their patrons came each inside page was, indeed Lucille the Baden Powell (Boy Scout)
photographic equipment, the Hoovers from Jacksonville by train, and (Glass) Barco, their mother, who sat reserve on the south, and the
Gainesville via dirt roads to for the undeveloped Swisher holdings on the Melrose meanderings. The result was"Barney's
pose for portraits in Hoover's studio in
picked the of their and
up pieces career north. However, there has been some Beat", one of the more
started over again, this time under a Hoovers. Other businesses doubtless Starke over 70 years ago. threat of development on the east side popular features of The Monitor.In .

.tent, which they moved from place to benefited by their trade while in the ci- Lucille Barco was a member of the in recent years. addition to his reporting stint,

place as a traveling studio. They ap- ty.In store prominent"on the Glass family whose drug Barmy got into newspaper reporting Barney keeps busy with being Boy
parently found Starke to be a good loca- a front page article in its June 22, Gainesville landmark square"when was downtownwas a popular somewhat by accident. As one of his Scout Coordinator for the Melrose com-

tion, and built their permanent studio 1906 issue, The Telegraph reported: really "uptown". extra-curricular activities after retire- munity, and president of the Melrose
ment he took on the editorship of the Volunteer Fire Department. His main
here in 1907. "The Hoover Brothers, photographers, Besides being a handsome woman newsletter for Trinity Episcopal focus at present is on trying to head offa

A study of the building made several have purchased from Mrs. Lula Miller and devoted mother, Lucille Barco wasa Church in Melrose. He is an independent proposed new shopping center in
the lots fronting on Call Street just east talented pianist and vocalist, and thinker, and when he failed to Melrose which he, and lots of his fellow
years ago by an architectural student at of the Odd Fellows building. The played accompaniment for silent agree with some of the modern up- Melrosians, feel would be adverse to
the University of Florida said: "The pur- movies featuring Pickford the ambience and environment
Mary and dating of church doctrine, he did not general
of the is
fine brick construction and distinct pose purchase to secure more Theda Bara in Gainesville's old Lyric hesitate to say so in his newsletter (including drainage) of their beloved
design and finish of the Hoover Brothers commodious quarters for their growing Theatre. editorials. It was not long before he Melrose.In .

Studio mark it as an important compo- business, and they will shortly begin the Barney said his grandmother thought received word, via a hand-delivered announcing a hearing on this mat-
nent of Starke's architectural landscapeand erection of a building especially designed that Hoover Bros. Studio was the "only message from the Bishop, toIn effect ter in his latest column Barney urgedall
an excellent of small for a photograph gallery. place to go" for a quality photograph.This 'cease and desist". opponents of the proposed shopping
example was partly due to the fact that the Rather than curb his opinions, center to attend the hearing '*::.sjince
town, turn of the century commercial "As photos by the Hoover Brothers Hoovers were artists at posing their Barney gave up editorship of the the decision on this issue could: con-
architecture." One of the unique have few equals in the State, their subjects in front of a flattering newsletter, but in the meanwhile he attracted tribute to the eventual death of the
features of the building was an oversize reputation for high grade work is rapidly background of draperies and props. the attention of Ann Sponholtz, already endangered Melrose Bay". The
skylight built into the north portion of extending, with the result that it is not They were also past-masters at editor of the Monitor' who talked him development, in his opinion, would In-
"touching out" wrinkles in the faces of into reporting bits and pieces of his terfere with the natural drainage of
the roof in order to take advantage of unusual for persons who are their elder customers, making them water into the "Melrose Punch Bowl".

the "soft north light" in making por- discriminating in their tastes to come Barney wasn't in the military servicefor

traits. The originality of this construc- long distances to have their portraits 28 years without learning to enjoy a
tion was historically significant since it made. Their studio is a drawing card for good fight, and this one has all the
showed the importance of natural the town, and everyone is pleased by J 4 Letters to the Editor markings of being an old-fashioned don-

lighting in the days before the flash bulb their business growth and prosperity. ed nybrook in the which courts.So may. ultimately be settl-

was invented. When they get into their new building 'J
have the best for Barney Barco,his quiet retreaton
they will one of appointed Attention Citizens of Union
The Hoovers and thei highly suc- Long Lake may be "Far Enough"but -
studios in the State. .
cessful business contributed to the arts not quite far enough to escape the
and cultural life of the community. The Bradford and Baker CountiesAre responsibilities of fighting for his

artistic settings for their portraits were And so another era passes. An era strong personal convictions.Now .

carefully created and very elaborate, that was devoted to quality and pride of you going to sit back and let anything to protect it? People must for he has an additional inspiration
what he
including wicker furniture, fur rugs Governor Martinez and our County have guts to stand up to the politiciansand doing considers his duty:
workmanship. It is that the the
regrettable surprising of his
Commissioners ruin our lives and the say, "You aren't going to contaminate photographs
painted screens, and antiques. Hoover Brothers Studio, in which they lives of our children and grandchildren my drinking water and mother, published by coincidence in the

Although portraits were the primary and the community took such pride, ? Apparently so. my air just to put a few more 110th Anniversary Issue of The

focus: of the Hoovers, they also could not have been preserved as a Is it so hard for you to realize what dollars in your pockets!I" having Telegraph the,slightest with no idea one of at their the. identity paper-

photographed street scenes, including memorial for an era, to which they con- the Hazardous Waste Incinerator and Some of the politicians In our area .
period buildings and residences, tributed so much. the Trl-CounLandfill is going to do to will benefit from the incinerator and
us and our whole area if everyone ex- landfill. It will put money in their
cept a small handful of concerned pockets and their business. This is all
citizens sit back and let them dump on they are interested In. Do we want our FORESTRY==
School Dropouts Facing county tG be called the dumping ground il nBy
uslI of Florida U you don't care abOut the
I have heard some say. "There Is air,water and land then I feel sorry for II I IN BRADFORD COUNTY
nothing we can do about It.I This is true This could only mean you don'tcare I d
Loss of Driver's LicenseStarting if everyone thinks this way and does not much about yourselves or the well- II Stan Shepard
stand up for what they know is right. IT being of others. Bradford County Forester
CAN BE STOPPED, but not by just 10
or is people. This is a major fight we Fall Webworms
Sunday, October 1, "there'llbe School Superintendent Jim Duncan have on our hands. It is going to take Union County does not have any large A
excessive amountsof common sight in Florida is the
Industries that have con-
made" in the laws of
some changes says. communities Joining together and stay- hazardous waste. Why should we pay spicuous tent-like web of this insect. It
Florida or rather, some new laws ad- Kids With Guns ing together until this thing is stopped.? for the waste of other counties and is not an ecomonic forest pest but is unsightly -
ded. states with OUR health? It saddens me and occasionally foes (Considerable -
One other important new law that I have been told time and time again to know that there Is help out there,but damage to pecan groves. It
Measures requiring that high school becomes effective October 1 was that we don't need this in our county, that people are sitting back hoping a feeds on most species of hardwoods, but
dropouts will lose their driver's designed in an attempt to stem the tide NOTHING the ones saying this do few dedicated and caring people can is most commonly observed on persimmon -
licenses, at least temporarily and providing of accidental shooting deaths resulting to help prevent it from hap win this fight for the whole county. and pecan. .
for careless with pening. Do you think the polluted a rand Once these things are built in Union Usually the first signs of attack are
from they
gun playing guns contaminated water is going to stop
"What the silken
County it will be too late to say, large unsightly webs and
owners who leave their weapons lying have usually found at home. at the Union County line? You best can I ;do to help?" Now is the time to skeletonized leaves. Close examinationof

around within easy reach of children The new law provides criminal think again! The contamination will not pitch in and do your part, unless you this silken web will usually reveal
and others, will go into effect.In and other only affect Union County, but surrounding prefer to live with the high risk of having large numbers of caterpillars inside the
penalties for parents gun counties as well.A your water and air contaminated by web. They remain inside the web and
a quarter page ad in last week'sTelegraph owners who contribute to shootings involving the many toxic materials that will be enlarge it as they continue to feed for 4
the Bradford County School children under 16 years of age report from the EPA (Environmental put In the Incinerator and landfill. to 8 weeks.The mature caterpillars are
Board warned parents and students by failing to secure their firearms witha Protection Agency) says, "Our about 1 1/4 inches long and covered

that driver-age students who drop out trigger lock or who keep them in an underground water which reserves provides, (knownas 60 Meetings are being held by a citizens with silky hairs. Body color varies frompale

of school after October 1 could have unlocked container or in a location percent groundwater of the American populationwith this committee before His group too late Isla television black,yellow orange to or yellow grey or spots brown are usual-; and

their drivers license suspended.If where they are easily available to drinking water, have become con- program or taking the family out to eat ly present.
the student has a certain numberof children.If taminated In recent years by seepage more important than attending these Most of the damage Is occurring late
unexcused absences his or her stored from underground from LAND meetings to find out how you can elp? I In the growing season. Most of the trees
child obtains a carelessly and toxic leakage
a hope not I Look in your local should recover well enough if not
parents are contacted for a con- firearm and is found with it in public, FILLS." Do we want our county to add for the next meeting and make newspaper an effort stressed by other factors.
ference, and if the absences continuethe the owner could be charged with a another percentage to this already high to attend. Disease, starvation, predators,
is notifiedto contamination? and unfavorable 'weather
Division parasites
Motor Vehicle misdemeanor
second-degree Your help Is needed Bowl Wake up
proceed with suspension of the stu- punishable by up to 60 days in jail and a My family has worked hard for what before It Is too late! United we can stop usually Outbreak keep or populations population explosions at low levels.do

dent's license. $500 fine. we have and we are fighting to keep it this divided we ALL losel occur (like this year) but usually subside \

Although the new law will require a to clean and safe for our children I am A.L.Wilkinson in one to two years. '
child the
If the uses weapon injureor sure you. too, have worked hard for
Route There
1,Lawtey are two control measures the
slot of additional paper' work for the kill someone, the owner could face a what you have, but are you doing homeowner can use. On small trees the

F school system, legislators who worked first degree misdemeanor charge, sub- nests can.be pruned or removed by
} for its passage say the extra trouble is ject to maximum penalties of five hand from small branches and then

{ worthwhile it reduces Florida's years in prison or a $5,000 fine. destroy the caterpillars. On shade, or-
dropout rate which hovers around 40 a1 namental or commercial pecan grovesan _
,percent and is one of the highest in the Students who want to continue driv- d used.approved insecticide may need to be
ing their cars and parents who want to
It is reported that at least
country. safety and Don't forget to promote tree vigor
of their children
30,000 of the state s 500,000 high school insure the and health to aid in the recovery from
students drop out each year, Bradford others, should familiarize themselveswith I defoliation. Avoid damaging the roots
County's rate ranges from a low of these new laws, effective Sunday. Two newspapers that bsgsn their careers as penny papers were the New and bark of the tree and make sure it
York Time and the Baltimore Sun. gets adequate water.
I about 26 percent to a high of 38 percent


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September 28, 1111111 TLLEGRAPIL Pa a SAw

Parties f Births -Ii)

Social .Meetings _-

Announcing. 1
I ...John Michael NiculaMr.
Engagements ...Courtnie Erin Wheeler & Mrs. Perry Nicula of
Randy and Tina Wheeler of Starke Lawtey announce the birth of a son,
.Birtns announce the birth of a daughter John Michael, born Sept. 14 in St. I
I Courtnie Erin born Vincents Hospital of Jacksonville. ,I
t e 111S5nnouncements Shands Teaching Hospital, He joins 3 yr. old sister, Laura I
Gainesville. She weighed 6 Ibs 212oz. Ashley.
She joins a brother, Randall, 4. Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. George Shuford of
Mrs. R.B. Branham of Raiford and Great-grandmother is Mrs.Lawtey Lois
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Burnsed of Carter of Lawtey.

Engagements. Sanderson. Great grandparents are Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee Bennett of Mrs Octavian Nicula also of
Ratliff-Baldwin Macclenny. Lawtey.
Paternal grandparents are Fred &
Engagement ToldMr. Sylvia Wheeler of Starke. Great
grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Fred la'III"AlLSItL'I! i'IIIIa'1a'
& Mrs. Thomas R. Ratliff of 1
Starke Wheeler, Sr. of Starke and Dyal
announce the
their engagement of Baldree and the late Alma Ricks Padgett Reunion
daughter, Deborah
Elaine, to
Baldree of Lake Geneva.
Jerald Dwayne Baldwin Jr., son of Wedding. \ Held SundayIn
Mr.Starke.& Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin of ... Samantha Elaine Luke the 15 years the Padgett family

The is Mr. & Mrs. Earl L. Luke of Starke reunion has been held on the last -
wedding for HenleyTurnerWedding
p.m. October 14 at planned Camp Blanding 3:30: announce the birth of a daughter Sunday in September tradition it has never Mr. & Mrs. Larry Cochran, Jr.
Chapel. A Sept. 30 Samantha Elaine born Sept.. 1 in St.Vincent's rained. Well, that has now
reception following the changed The rain held off until
will be held The of Hospital, Jacksonville. I
ceremony at the Officers wedding Helen J. Henley
Club. All She weighed 5 Ibs. 6 oz. and was 18 everyone had eaten and even then itwasn't
friends and relatives are and Orris M. Turner will be Saturday bad.
invited to attend. 1/2" long.Maternal. Gochvin-Cochran Wed 14Mr.
Sept. 30 at 6:30: p.m. In the grandmother is Mrs. This years reunion of the descendants Aug
The bride-elect Is Starke Church of
a 1980 graduateof God, 422 N. St. Griffis of Cressie and James Padgettwas
Dorothy of Maxville. Mater-
Bradford Clair
The High School. St., Starke. .nal great-grandmother Is Victoria held at the home of J.C. and and Mrs. Larry Cochran and a beige lace tablecloth and surroun-
groom-to-be is a 1979 graduateof Following the ceremony, a recep- Cadle of Starke. Myrtle Parrish in Lake Butler, Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin, both of ding the crystal: punchbowl were
Bradford High School and a 1985 tion will be held at the First United
graduate of Paternal grandmother is Mrs. day, Sept. 24Approximately. Lake Butler announce the marriageof fresh cut fern, daisies,baby's breath
the University of Methodist Church on Walnut St. All
Florida. friends and relatives Ellen Luke of Lawtey. 120 family their children, Larry, Jr and and peach votives. Serving the
are invited to
gathered around several Jami.
punch was Terri Wilson.
1/ Faith Williams witness the vows and the reception. ...Stephanie Marie Hall tables over-burdened with good old The wedding was held Thursday, The guest book table was covered
Gene Murphy, Jr. ... & Tiffany Loren Hall fashioned country cooking...which August 14 in a home ceremony with a beige lace tablecloth and was
was enjoyed especially the among family and friends. centered with a large silk peach and
Announce Traci Smith Miss Danielle Hall, and her
Wedding strawberry cake. The couple was honored with a
Richard and teal arrangement. The beige leather
parents Lorene Hall,
Faith Ann Williams, daughter of John T. WilsonTo all of Starke, announce the birth of Special guests were Carl and Edna reception given by family and bound guest book was a gift from the
Raymond and Patricia William, Wed Sept. 30 her sisters Stephanie Marie and Tiffany Allen from Louisiana. This was their friends Sunday Sept, 10 at "TheLoop" groom s sister.
and Gene Roland Murphy,Jr., Jr'i Loren on August 28, at Baptist first visit in 18 years. The couple chose peach and The buffet table was covered witha
Gene and Faith Murphy, Sr., all of Traci Elizabeth Smith daughterof Medical Center, JacksonVIlle. teal as their colors and the hall was lace tablecloth and centered with
Starke, announce plans for their Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of Stephanie Marie weighed 5 Ibs. 2 oz., Graham BaptistHomecoming decorated throughout with live live and silk arrangements. Friends
January 27, 1990 wedding.The Starke, and John Timothy Wilson, was 181/2"; Tiffany Loren weighed 5 Oct. 8 palms ferns and silks as well as live and family provided a wide varietY'
bride-elect is a 1989 graduate son of (Ret.) Col. & Mrs. William lbs. 4 oz. and was 181/2" long. flower arrangements and helium of food for the many guests to enjoy.
'.-' of Bradford High School. The groom- Wilson, Lawtey, will be united in Maternal grandparents are Jerry Graham Baptist Church locatedon balloons. All the food was served on crystaland
/ "iltobe Is a 1988 Bradford High marriage Saturday Sept. 30 at 4pm and MarjorIe Gilliam of Salem SR 18 in Graham will be having The wedding cake table was silver serving trays. .
I.f; ('* graduate. in Reynolds Chapel, Camp Oregon. Maternal their annual homecoming serviceson covered in a beautiful army/navy
.r' Blanding Harlie great-and Sunday, Oct.8. lace tablecloth, lighted peach The couples gift table was covered
Young At Heart The bride-elect is a 1981 graduateof grandparents Ruby Gilliam are, Joseph South Branch Brother Walter Vile of Jackson- votives and silk arrangements. The with a lace tablecloth and centered
Bradford High School and Is cur- Michigan. ville will be guest speaker in the cake was two tiers and decoratedwith with live flowers. They received
/ Meeting ThursdayThe rently employed with Health & Paternal morning service. The afternoon will peach colored silk flowers with many lovely gifts and appreciateeach
Young At Heart of the First Rehabilitative Services. Rodney and Janice grandparents Hall of Starke.are include singing with Bro. George seed pearl clusters. The cake was that they received. Larry and
Baptist Church will have their The groom-to-be Is a 1982 graduateof Paternal great-grandparents are Wells and dinner on the grounds. served by Linda Bowen and Karen Jami would like to thank everyone
.x/, regular monthly meeting Thursday, Bradford High School and is Rogers and Frances Dansby of Host pastor of Graham Baptist is Shealy. who helped with the reception and
; Oct. 5, at noon in the fellowship hall. employed by Florida National Starke and Clyde Hall, all of Starke. Mark Copley. :The punch table was covered with especially their parents.
Lunch will be provided by the Guard.

II' i 1 church. .._ ...Jasslca Lynn McClellan
!( ome join u" for fellowship Carroll (Buck) and Holly Mc 7--;
Clellan of Hampton announce the !
Telegraph Appoints Social EditorThe birth of a daughter, Jassica Lynn, I'
born Monday Sept. 25, at Alachua '
Bradford County Telegraph wishes to announces that Ms. Kathy General Hospital.She weighed 7 Ib 3
Prevatt will be joining the staff as the new social editor. oz. i--'L" / /
Ms. Prevatt is from Auburndale Fl., and graduated from Titusville High Grandparents are Mr. & Mrs.
School in 1968. She also attended Brevard Community College. Dewey McClellan of Hampton,
More recently from Birmingham, Ala., Kathy has been a resident of Loma McCool of Trenton and the
Starke since February, 1982, and has been employed by the University of late Dillard Stills. Foster grand- i
Florida and the Dept. of Corrections. mother is Diann McClellan of
Kathy will be receiving social announcements and can be reached at Starke.
964-4036. She will also be attending many social functions and is looking BOURBONSCANADIANSsP
foward to getting to know our community better
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Woman's Club News... e are $2.50; children, 12&under,$1.75 of mullet fish, grits, cole slaw, will follow at 11, dinner will be held
The Executive Board of the Starke 'S and dessert will be 50 cents extra. hushpuppies, baked beans and tea. all p.m. The Shilo
woman's Club will meet In the --.-- Desserts will be extra. Deliveriesmay Special music by
clubhouse on Wednesday,Oct.4,at 1 1 Starke Church of God be made by calling 964-8835. Quartet from Trinity Baptist Churchof
will follow the 1
p.m. Homecoming Set Lawtey Church of God Keystone Heights
To Sell Dinners
t At Starke First To Host Sing p.m. dinner. Everyone Is welcome.

Assembly of God Lawtey Church of God will havean For Building Fund Morgan Road BaptistTo Pastor Don White.

First Assembly of God, Hwy 16 & outdoor gospel sing Saturday, The Starke Church of God, 422 N Host Homecoming
Mr. & Mrs. Mark MoodyTo St. Clair Street, will be fish
30, selling half hit wlthaiha
Weldon Streets, Starke, will host Sept. beginning at 4 p m. of could have
Road "If man
Celebrate 25th their A spaghetti dinner will be served dinners Saturday, Sept. 30, from 11 Morgan Baptist a
homecoming Sunday, Oct. 1. a.m. to 2 at the church. Starke, Co. Rd. 233, will have their "
the p.m. his troubles.
Wedding AnniversaryMr. Guest speaker will be Hubert by ladies of the church. Proceeds would double
Cost of the dinners will be$3 22nd anniversary homecoming
from the dinner will ; proceeds Ben Franklin
Wilder. A dinner will be go to benefit the
and Mrs. Mark Moody will be fellowship ladies ministries. Adult from the sale will go to the Oct. I, beginning with Sunday
celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary served following morning services. plate costs Building Fund. Dinners will consist School at 10 a.m. Morning worship

Sunday, Oct. 8. .
Connie, Lisa and Paul will honor
their parents at a reception from 3 top.m
at their home on Highway 100 :

Fresh Whole Or
All friends and relatives are invited
hours. ,
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Southside Elem. : .s I' Rib Half $


October 2: End of 1st 8 weeks J
October 2-5: State Assessment :
Test, Grades 3 & 5. ; _
October 6: Wear red and gray today *_** *-- Lb
We're going to the Parade! PORK r IDr

Halloween Carnival News...
Our Halloween Carnival Committee i
has met for the second time. Our
teachers have chosen their booths LOINS I ,
and we're off to a great start. !. SUN. MOM. TIMS. WED. TMUH fRI. SAT.
Thanks to those parents who came to 25 2B U II 2130
our meeting! we really appreciateyour TheBfher
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participation. Our next meting
will be announced soon. Fresh Cut Quarter Prices In this ad good Monday, White Meat
Carnival booths will be as follows: Pork Loins. Lb. 1 .38 Sept. 23 thru Sunday, Oct.: 11989.
It 1st Grades: Pum-
pkin Bowing, Go Fish, Pencil Pull,
Candy Castle and Jack-O-Lantern
Squirt. Extra
Second Grade: Bean Bag Toss, Lean
Treasure Chest and Basketball Whole
Third Grade: Photo Pins,
Cakewalk, and Makeup Booth.
Fourth Grade: Fingernail (80T0N CAULIFLOWER
Decorating, Bubble Gum Chance, (
Balloons on Stick and Sno-Cones. '
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Fifth Grade: Food and Fun Store .SPB
Physical Education: Funnel
Special Education: Popcorn.
The Kiwanis Club will sell ham-
burgers and Cokes. Profit will go to
Southside Elementary
We will be having not one,but two, Tender Yellow
moonwalks this year! We're also lead
very excited about the dunkin booth
and Bingo. Back from last year CORN
organizing the Haunted House will
be Mr. Buddy Revels.
Parents, we need your help Lb 2 Liter
please contact your child's teacher if '
you can assist some time on the day
of Oct. 27. Don't forget to mark your \ PepsiCola
calendar for 5 9 p.m. on Friday, I
Oct. 27. Let's make this years car- OLD MILWAUKEE 5j99C'
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CLASS: Exciting News I!
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centers in the music room. One is a 89
listening center and one is a A LIGHT c
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Principal: ) Chablis Pink
Welcome back to a new school 480 ,
year. We've gotten off to a great Chablis, Vin Rose,
start here at Southside. Lt Chian
Our parent volunteer program is Sangria, 12oz/12 pack
in full swing. If you would like to be a .

volunteer you I please call us. We need i $599 $389

Parents of 3rd & 5th grade
students mark your calendars for \
Oct. 3rd & 4th. These are the dates '
the state assessment tests will be
given. Please review any trouble
with child. All who were \
areas your i i 1 I
1 i i 1
enrolled here last spring should have n o
received a packet of materials for \:

review. ___ ___ _

DAR Meeting Notice...
Extra Lean Bone-In Loin Or Rib Kraft
32 Oz. No Cholesterol
1 Lb.
All ladies who are interested in going Center Cut z. Morning
in the DAR are invited to attend 32 Oz. Hellman's Light
the first fall meeting of the Col. PORK CHOPS SPREAD$198Lb.whiteiat
Samuel Elbert Chapter, NSDAR
which will be held at the home of ;

Heights.research.The Mrs. David.We will Taber be glad in to Keystone help in $ 1ggi $139 ,;:7 ; 3/99c/

meeting will be held on Mon- I ,
day, Oct. 2, at 2 p.m. and you may
phone Mrs.Taber at 473-2984 on Sunday -
Oct. 1 afternoon or Monday J
morning,Oct.2 for directions to her
home. All members are urged to at-

tend welcome.and prospective members are Salmon Or Half Gallon Light & Lean 8 Oz. Breakfast Links// Sargento Imitation ShreddedMOZZARELLA

SHARK STEAKS FROZEN YOGURT 5.25 Oz. Breakfast Strips

Telethon Reaches Goal MORNING STAR .---.--

TliU year's MDA Telethon raised .r.u C.:'.. 4,,,1r lu2L17ifU...
.. .. .
$2,324 in pledges from the Starke I. r.."'' "' ..-.n I $ 9 9 (I hww. $114
area,says pledge center coordinator $298 .: ; 1 9 .
Susan Faulkner. Ms. Faulkner con- $15 : JI:
tributes the success of the telethon to Lb. Food Lion 8 Oz.
those in the community who were !!
willing to give and those who helped .! !
man the p ones.
A special thanks goes to Burger .
King,Pizza Hut, Winn-Dixie and Lit -
tle Caesars. Members of the First Fresh 11 Oz. Nutri-Grain 10 Oz. Reduced Sodium/Swiss/ ;
United Methodist Church Youth Sharp Cheddar Weight Watchers -i-

Include-Leigh Ann Odom, Janna
Thornton, Nicole Adams, Jennifer
Dodge, Steven Thornton, Billy _
Brown,John Robbins, Doug Snyder, I $ I $
David DipaolO Derrick Slack, Ann $159Lb. Nutri-
Roberts, Bobbie! Westcott, Brittany ( 1J
Bula, Sara Smith, Jonathan Smith, Grain'O:
Josh Bula and Candy Norman.MDA
Director U Judy Becker.

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Ity Dolores Meng ty Lee, Paul Jones; 7-C'hristina: her husband Danny in o
Phone 468-1915 Crawford; Jennifer Glenn, Gainesville and received her Degreeat
Christopher Gibbs; ll--Amanda the University of Florida. R ;
Visitors Return... Meng; 12-Edward Bakert' 13-Nikkl She haa previously taught t
Red and Wllmajean Terry have Baker, Shaun ; rlk Scog- kindergarten, first,second and third N ,
returned home following a two mon gins, Joseph McArdle; 16-Verna grades in Waldo, Tampa and Rawl- '
ths visit with relatives and friends in Welre, Melissa Salvatore, Keir Ings.She said she loves working with E PIH
Columbus, Ohio. Ford, Dustin Dunlap; 18-Kim little children. She enjoys sports, including -
f Ttr On Sept. 7 Wilmajean became the Taylor; 19-Joey Hall; 20RonaldHall running, aerobics and also -
great grandmother of twin great- Paul Philips; 21-Kelly Cribbs; likes traveling.
grandsons, Joshua and Jesse Lee, 22-Shawna Buckallew; 23-Samara Remember'! That great autumn
sons of Richard and Angel Lee. Prevatt; 25-Patrlcla Jones, Stacey National Literacy Week... smell of a baked apple dessert in
Benefield; 26-Shannon Ford, Tina In participation with National the Those just sticky
oven. are : as
Attended Wedding... Stewart; 27--Angelina Crews; Literacy Week, on Thursday faculty Rood as when you were q I l'i; ,
28--Amber Bickers 29--Mark
: : Fran and Dolores Mcng returned ; members visited the various

1 home Saturday from California Hodges. classrooms reading nursery rhymesand BAKED APPLE
other stories. They acted out the
where they attended the wedding of
their son, Gerald, to Melody Wilsonon Hampton ElementaryNew characters in the stories they read to DELUXE
Sept. 23. The ceremony took placein Teachers... students and were attired in outfits
Moraga. Gerald's brother Chris The fifth grade welcomed Blossom appropriate for the individuals or 1 can((8-1/4 oz.) Dole
served as best man and returned Sprinkle of Gainesville as their animals they portrayed. Lynn Mar- Crushed Pineapple in
home Sept. 25. teacher at the beginning of this shall, second grade teacher, Syrup
While in California, they visited school term. She has a daughter, organized this production which Im- flI: large baking apples
tL4Jtt. Fran's brother in Sonora They were Tricia, who attends Pensacola Col- pressed the students. 1/4 cup chopped nul/
guests of Melody's parents, Carl and lege.Mrs. 1/2 cup dark brown
Lucy Wilson at Pablo. They spent Sprinkle earned her Masters PTA Meeting... sugar, pinked!
several days at Yosemite National Degree at Tampa's University of On Tuesday night, Oct. 3, a PTA 1
Forest. Before returning home, they South Florida. For recreation, she meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Plans teaspoon ground
s>E accompanied Gerald and Melody to enjoys camping, canoeing and sail- will be discussed for the Halloween cinnamon

their home in Truckee and touredthe ing. She taught 15 years at Invernessin Carnival scheduled for Oct. 27 from l D"lIi" pin I""r"| | ii.-, i .ini{
Lake Tahoe area.Bookmobile. Citrus County. 5-9 p.m.Tickets. nil '" ,'up."J'I''"> ",|1'1'1.,1. ('.uinhinr -
Nina Rowan is teaching the 2/3 are now on sale for prizesof ,
... combination class. She lives in pincappiinul nuts; sixion
Mr.&Mrs J.Stefan a TV, microwave and ceiling fun. into .
Wheeler center The Bradford County Bookmobileserves Gainesville and has a 3-yr-old son, "|
I this area at the HamptonPost Graham. Mrs. Rowan received her ESE Week... enough hoi' \\.ifi-r 'hi reserved
Kim Office from BA degree at Bethany College in syrup to imiki2 I : cup liquid.
Crawford, Stefan Wheeler Wed Sept. 22 every Tuesday Next week is ESE Week in
12:30-3: p.m.., a free service! West Va.,and obtained her Certified Florida. Alice Faye Waters has Stir in brown MIK.U-' :: and cinna-
Teacher Degree at the University of plans for introducing classmates to mon until su.n ilisKolvi-s. Pour
The informal atmosphere of the High School and Is employed by September Birthdays... North Florida in Jacksonville. her classroom to become familiar over appluK in hilcin.g dish
grooms home was the setting for the Town and Country Exxon of Starke. Sept. 1-E.W. Hodges, Andy Hall; Reading is one of her hobbies and with that program. Bake in 33O: r' uvenuo to fill
marriage of Kimberly Dawn The couple is residing in Lawtey. 2--Jonathan Rhoden; 3--Michael she enjoys writing JiIldr n's stories. SAT testing for the third and fifth minutes. Spoon "MUUCO over apples -
Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Landon; 4-Hannah Ford; 5-Leslie Linda Roszel Is teaching 18 grades will take place next week. once while baking- Serve
Lloyd Crawford of Lawtey, to Brown, Daniel Davis, Tanya kindergarten children, leaving the with
Joseph Stefan Wheeler, son of Mr. Nichola; 6--Miranda Varnum, Kris- other 18 with Mr. Watson. She lives cream, desired. Makes
and Mrs. Fred Wheeler of Starke 6 serving'.
held Friday, Sept. 22.
Richard Bennett performed the
marriage ceremony. Numerous
friends and family members were
on hand for the occasion.
Kim is a 1988 graduate of Bradford
High School and is currently
employed at Wal Mart in Starke.
Stefan is a 1986 graduate of Bradford

e uJ h ew Georgia- on our line

St. Edward's News... On our 500-thoiij.and volt lines, to

Father Hochheim WelcomeOn be exact.

Sunday, Sept. 24, the St. Edward's -
They are vitally important trans
Altar Society hosted a recep-
tion honoring their pastor, Father mission lines that hring electricityfrom
William Hochheim. Parishionersand
friends were welcomed to the Georgia to TPI. custom i r s
covered dish dinner by Alcee
Rodrigue. Father Hochheim gave throughout the St.iu' 'It 1\-'t", ida.
the blessing before dinner.
Tables in the parish hall were And it's FPL Systems erators
covered with yellow cloths and
centered with vases of fresh flowers. '! Y' ai f like Gerry
The hors d'oeuvre table was Giudici whomonitor
centered with an arrangement of
dahlias. An autumn theme was usedin tin tic'
decorating the dinner table. At the

hall entrance was a banner..., lines, as well, ,as b.
"Welcome, Father Bill". Qz ...
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w. Among'those in ,chp'rgeoff- aej*F the"ccbntleCEirlg"
rangements for the reception were q ,
Antoinette Coss, Altar Society Presi- t lines andpower 4
dent, and Sophie Kimutis who grew Yf Nf '' ltll SKy !
the flowers and made the ar- plants I y

rangements. around the .stat
Father Hochheim became pastorof 4 ( s
St.Edwards on Sept. 1. He served 'lli y're .special!) r.um d to
San Jose Catholic Church in
Jacksonville for six years prior to rK'ri make sure our supply or hvtricity
coming to Starke.
meet.'crrne':' neeiLs. A1 hva's at

Bazaar Planned...
the best available price'
The annual St.Edward's Bazaar is

scheduled for r ov. 4 from 9 a.m. un- For FIJI customers the impor-
til 6 p.m. in the parish hall. Among
featured items will be a luncheon, tance of these transmission lines
arts and crafts, white elephant

store. and baked goods. -- .. is cleat Thy save you money,
Prizes for this old-fashioned holi- --- -
day bazaar will include cash of$100, .._ :: v / '!hc hues allow t I'l. .
$50 and$25. Everyone Is cordially In- h iv
vited to attend this affair. ) hung lesscoalfired

.. c.xp nsi\"c,
"Mission Auction"To ; <<
Be Held I -I'I P''cr
Sat., Oct. 7 :-
I from out-of-state into Honda.
The Keystone United Methodist i:
Church's Missions Committee invite That also allows Fl'l. to make
you to attend a"Mission Auction"on i.
Saturday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 9 p.m. 34 al sure that oil isn't your only option.We .
The event will be held at the churchon 1 1t j
Highway 21 South in Keystone go to great lengths to bring
Heights and will be led by auctioneer ,
Howard Dunn. Theme of the auction you electricity. So that you can use

will Items be western.to be auctioned Include win Ii as much or as little as you like.

dow washing, art work, 2 con
Which is why we keep Georgiaon
dominiums for one ((1) week each in

North Carolina, Golf Lessons, Yard our line.
Work Sweet Paradise for Chocolate

Lovers, and many more.
In addition to the auction, the ,
evening will feature a chili cook-off, ,
a petting zoo and a bake sale. Mission aJ
work com-
booths outlining <
pleted over the past year will also be 1

featured.The .
evening promises to be fun for
all and everyone is invited to
come activities.out and join in one or all of the -


theirt "<'
a better w.y;

[ J. c, FPL will find.. .IL.s. "

Richard 'Steen, son of Mr. and
'Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Theressa, has
been named to the Dean's List at the ". "
University of Alabama for the summer n I.

I, of 1989. also ", ,,''2, I .I I
RIchard, who is a senior, has '
been a member of the Gama Beta '.,: ..u'_ :i"1' : '
Phi Honor Society for the past 2 ) ,''J.. h .p. ,ij tt
: He majoring: in corporatehnance ( f.A" :
and will graduate In May of .. ,.,'J.. 'iTtt }. '
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1990. .
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.. ... .. required to
-- -- Starke interested persons ore
may be obtained!at the School Board Office Bradford County, Florida at the All MONTHS .
assts between 8 00 a.m, and 4:30: p.m., CALl FOR BIDS hour of 1:00: P.M. th.IOth file with this Court WITHIN THREE THIS
I Monday through Friday Sealed Bids will be received by the CIty fober., OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
This published notice It In compliancewith of Storke at the City Hall In Stark., described property set forth In sold FinalJudgement NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
the Florida Statutes, Chapter 120: .54a Florida until 10:00: A.M., Tuesday; Oct. and Order: and ((2)) any oblection by any Interstedperson
enacted by the 1974 Florida 3, 1989 at which lime and place all bids THAT PART of East Half of Northwest to whom notice was i mailed that
legislature. received will be publicly opened and Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section challenges the validity of the will the
..., EUGENIA WHITEHEAD read aloud on the following: Thirty-Six, Township Five South Range qualification. of the personal represens
NOTICE OF INTENTIONJO inspected by the public at the office of Director of Student Services One ((1) garbage truck, rear loader Twenty-One East which (let North and lallve, venue, or (urltdlcllon/ of the
REGISTER the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford Bradford County Schools The bids are being asked for the Westerly of County Graded Road known Court NOT
FICCC ITIOUS NAME County Courthouse Starke, Florida during 9/21 3tchg 10/05 following: at Primitive Baptist Church and Heilbron ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
I'''rsuunt lo Section [1109 Florida A. Complete package, packer body, Rood located and WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
the regular business hour of Boo Control No. :201: PO No. 1063 Springs at now lying SO FILED
"I,"n tee notice "s f hued, ,. 'I"|i on that the A.M. 5:00: P.M.. Monday through Fri. . . . . . . . . . cob and chassis at specified. South and West of a Branch running Publication of this Notice hat begunon
I",liiunod' Rl>Y II JANI! t MAZWORTH, CALL FOR BIDS B. At specified, but with the City of through sold land, being In the East half September 28 1989.
I 0 Box 641 Sluka' Honda, 32091 day.All Interested parties may appear at Sealed Bids will be received by the Storks supplying the cab and chosslt. of Northwest Quarter of Southeast Attorney fat PersonalRepresentative
,it t owners doing bu.,,toss under the sold meeting and b. heard with respect Board of Bond Trustees offfi'Clty oTStarke C. The unit at l.eclfl.d. but a Quarter of Section Thirty-Six, Township :
t ,'n name of JONES CRAM SHOP 1252 thereto Florida In the City Hail, until demonstrator being bl less Flv. South, Range Twenty-One East JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. P.A.
VUilnut Street, 5'0"' .''. Florida 32091, Dated this 7th day of September 1989. 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 1989, than 10.000 miles.Specifications containing, one acre, more-or-lets. ALSOa P.O. Drawer 938
.>niis to register aid, lictltfous name BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS at which time and place all bids receivedwill may be obtained from 1957 Victoria mobile home, bearing Starke, Florida 32091
lor tho of oro sol mod this 5th l should be directed to William M. Represent-:
day> September 1969 RAY NORMAN CLERK OF COURT on the following: affixed to said londt personal
A O in Bradford Bounty Control 196 1. Composite Sampler (ISCO Model Weldon, City Operations Manager at Dated September 26, 1989 DENNIS BENNETT
Control 181 9/14.28 2710 or Equivalent( ((904)) 964.5027 RAY NORMAN, Route I, Box 747
41pd 9/7.28 3tchg 1.4 Gallon Polyethylene Container The City of Slarke reserves the right to CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Lawtey Florida 3:20589284tchg :

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 1, NI-CAD Battery accept or reject any or all bldt. By: Coral Williams 10/19
NOTICE OF INTENTION" -'-' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF 1, 117 Voc Power Converter/Battery Sealed bids should be marked "SEALED at Deputy Clerk Control No.210
ro REGISTER Charger 9/28 2tchg 10/05
FICTITIOUS NAME COUNTY 1. 3/8" x 10' Vinyl Suction Line with 10:00 A..M. 10-3.89', In the lower left Control No. :215 Quilt Show Nov. 1M2

",," slum' to Section 81>5.09. Florida CIVIL DIVISION Strainer. hand corner of the envelope. . . . . . . . . .
I, las nollfe' Is hereby given that" the Cote No. 89.432.CA The City of Stark. reserves the right to 2tchg 9/21.28: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT At Folk CenterThe
,te' tiuiud VIHGII A. BERRY D...... 864 MID STATE TRUST II, accept or reject any or all bids. Control :205 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Stephen Foster State Folk
r '1e.,nyle A '''"U.. Stoike Florida, a Delaware Business Trust Sealed bids should be marked "SEAL- PROBATE DIVISION Culture Center will host Its Second
",,10 owner doing business under Plaintiff, ED BID COMPOSITE SAMPLER to be TOWN OF BROOKERP. CASE 89.117.CP
In Nov. 11 and 12
"/ t""n name ol l ACCIDENT AND FAMI- v. opened 6:30: p.m., 103.89. In the lower O. Box 127 FILE NO. 1.4105 Annual Quilt Show ,
I.,, AH6 CENTER 864 N. Temple CLARA E. LEE left hand corner of the envelope. Breaker. Fl. 32622 IN RE.Ettate: from 10 a.m. til 5 p.m.
awarded In
n"f> Starke Florida, 02091 Intends 9/21 2tchg 9/28 of RALPH EDWIN STARLING, Ribbons will be
a single
o 0 u'I'biur .aid fictitious name under the woman. Control No. 199; PO No. 3771 CALL FOR BID Deceased several categories Including: Appli-

"I "" ""I.'Olute.' / Defendant.NOTICE OF SUIT . . . . . . The Town of Breaker will receive bids NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe que, First Quilts, Antique Quilts, AU
r'n'.oj I i'his 5th tiny of September 1989 TO: CLARA E. LEE, If alive or dead, her IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH'JUDICIAL for a Class C Operator for the Water administration of the estate of Hand-Pieced, Patchwork, Embroidery -
lb, ",II,,,,it County unknown spouse, heirs devisees, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Plant. You must be able to take RALPH EDWIN STARLING, deceased File Trapunto/Candlewicking,
4tchg 9'7.28 grantees, creditors, and all other parties BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Bacteriological reports and tend them to Number 1-4105 It pending In the Circuit Crib Quilts/Wall Hangings/Ban-
claiming by, through under or against PROBATE DIVISION DER, maintain operation records, check Court for Bradford County, Florida Probate ners Community Quilt Projects and
CALl FOR BIDS her CASE NUMBER: 89-118-CP plant equipment (chlorinator, booster Division, the address of which it Hand-tied or Tufted work. Addi-
tiURPLUSPROPERlY Whose Residences are unknown. IN RE THE ESTATE OF pump, well pump), take chlorine Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida. tional ribbons will be awarded for
""i,,ii bids will, be ,received untilI YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac W. C. RHODEN. Deceased residuals' and keep plant flow recorded. The name and address of the personal Best of Show and People's Choice.
I <) > AM Tuesday October. 19B9 for lion to foreclose a mortgage on the Bids mutt be sealed and received' on representative and of the personalrepresentative's The park's entrance fees are $1
,' I,,Mi,//ng. following property In Bradford County NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO or before 7:30 p.m., on October 10 attorney are set forth per vehicle operator; 50 cents per
1 II 1 EM i MASSEY I ERGUSON TRACTOR Florida to wit: ALL PERSONS HAVEING CLAIMSOR 1989. Mailing address Town of Breaker, below. for Florida residents and
Iy oilITIM I) Section 25, Township 5 South, Range DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE P.O. Box 127 Brooker Fl. 32622. Interested persons are required to $2 passenger vehicle operator; $1 per
I 1 1986 FORD CROWNICTORIA 22 East, located In the South '/* of the SE ESTATEE: Bids will be accepted for a 2-year file with the court WITHIN THREE MON per out-of-state residents.
I 1'OIK:fc: CAR (wrecked)/ 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described at: You are hereby notified that an Orderof period beginning October 1, 1989 and THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST passenger additional information con
HIM J WAUKLSHA' 'DlfcStl: ISO I A C Ganaiutor skid) mounted North ROW line of a county graded road entered In the estate of W.C. RHODEN. The Town Council reserves the right to claims against the estate and ((2)) any objection tact Stephen Foster
deceased, file number 89-118-CP the accept or reject and all bldt. by an Interested to whom Culture enter, (904)) 397-2733 or f
All I "items offered for hula by sealed (which runt along the South edge of the by any person
Circuit Court for Town Council notice was mailed that challenges the write P.O. Drawer G, White Springs,
I Lid coo s The City i users a' the light to SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4)) Intersects the Bradford County,
,iwfi I,,-e any and all bid, Westerly ROW of SR :225: ; run thence Florida Probate Division the address of Brooker. Fla validity of the will the qualifications of FL 32096. ;J
Bids will, be received at' the City Hall West, along ROW of graded road, to the which It P.O. Box Drawer B. Starke. FL 21chg921.28Conlrol the personal representative, venur or Homemakers
Staiks Florida. until the bid opening at point where It Intersects the East line of 32091 that the total cash value of the 206 jurisdiction of the court.
10 00 A.M. Tuesday October. 1989 at SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 for POB. From POB continue estate It less than $$25,000.00 and that ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Program Slated
.'<.hnh time and place all- bids receivedwill West along ROW 80 feet; run the names and addresses of those to SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. is for homemakers
be publicly opened and read aloud. thence North parallel to the East line of whom It hat been assigned' by such IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Date of the first publication of this Help nearby the
work. Focus
on :
Sealed bids should be marked SEAL SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, 250 feet; run thence order are: COURT, IN AND FOR notice of administration September :28, seeking
ED BID ITEM M ---.-: (description of East, parallel to ROW. 80 feet, run NAME: William Scott Rhoden. P.O. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 1989. Displaced Homemaker Program at
Hem) to be opened 1 000: AM 10.3.89", thence South to ROW. 250 feet to POB. Box 33. Terre Haute IN 47808.0033; Civil DepartmentCASE Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Santa Fe Community College has a
'n the Iowa, left hand corner of the hat been filed against you and you are Dorothy R. Kite P.O. Box 813. Starke. FL NO: 89.105.CA : free class starting on October 23.
envelope. required to serve a copy of your written 32091; Michael Wayne Rhoden. 4432 J.D. ODOM. JR.. and VERNIE RICHARD E. WELTY The class and other services are free
Control 1 952lchg defenses, if any to It, on the Plaintiff Weeks Road. Green Cove Springs, FL PHILLIPS ODOM hit wife 954 N. Temple Avenue of charge, but pre-registration is re-
9/21,28 attorney whose name and address It: 32043.; Dennis James Rhoden Rt. 3. Box Plaintiffs, P.O. Box 995 quired by Thursday, Oct. 19.
HARRY M. HOBBS Esquire 698. Starke, FL 32091. vs. Storke, Florida 32091 Purpose of the class is to offer helpto
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER HARRY M. HOBBS, P.A. All person are required to file with JOHNNY R. HOBBS. at Administrator Florida Bar 144625 homemakers 35 years of age or
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY P. O Box 20448 the Clerk of old Court, WITHIN 3 ad (Item, of the Estate of 904/964.8050 older who have lost the support of
THE BOARDOF Tampa. Florida 33622.0448and CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE ERNEST MAY GREEN, a/k/a ERNEST VONDA S. STEPHENS their family through separation
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF file the original with the Clerk of the FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all GREEN Personal Representative divorce, or the death or disability of
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA above styled Court on or before October claims against the estate In the form and Deceased, JOYCE GALLAGHER, a/k/a P.O. Box 427 their spouse, and who are planningto
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN' that on the 6, 1989: otherwise a Judgment may be manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of JOYCEA. Starke, Florida 32091 re-enter the job market after
21"Id day of October 1989. beginning at entered against you for the relief the Florida Statutes and Rule S.490 of the DOREMUS a/k/a JOYCE GREEN; 9/28 tchg 10/05 of in the home. Planning -
,10 u.m the Board of County Commit. demanded In the Complaint or Petition. Florida Rules of Probate and Guardian ROGER DALE GREEN: and all others Control No. 214 years working life direction and support
a new
""0"I' Bradford County Florida It WITNESS My hand and the teal of said Procedure.. claiming by or under
basic of
from others the
r. gular -,e...on to be held at the Board ,Court on August 30, 1989. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO ERNEST MAY GREEN. Defendanti. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH are parts
Mating Room at' (the Bradford County HON. RAY NORMAN
rho.c, Starke Florida will con Clerk Circuit Court Publication of this Notice hat begun on CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA To register or for more Informa-
"der the 'following Ordinance and the By: Tosher Allen September 21, 1989. ((1987)) CASE NO. 89-111-CP ((14100)IN ) tion, call 395-5047.
proposed enactment thereof: Deputy Clerk EUGENE SHAW NOTICE IS GIVEN that, pursuant to a RE: The Estate of
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE Control 182 Attorney for Petitioners Final Judgement dated 26 September, GLEN G. BENNETT. Deceased STARKECHURCH
REGULATION: OF THE DISPOSAL OF 4tchg 9/7.28 925-E North Temple Avenue A.D. 1989, In Case Number 89.105.CA of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
UDGE I WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF Starke, FL 32091 the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial administration of the estate of OF GOD
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO. PUBLIC NOTICE ((904)964.5200 Circuit, In and for Bradford County, GLEN G. BENNETT, Deceased, File No.: .
VIDtrJC( .FQtpf I'I&TIEUOR.Tl'iE ViOlA. The Bradford County School Boar Fla. Bar 107:2'941: Florida. In which J.D. ,'. .I'widVEINU -69-U1-CP ((1-4100)). It pending In the Circuit 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
EIOFJ :nils i C>lNAFrCE: 'PROVIIJING ..- Starke, Florida will hold a Public HearIng ... ..r.i.rtswrY.; .c 9/2L2tchg9A28pN. ) ( ,PHILLIPS ODOM.>> "hl" snjjf;..U>r> Court for Bradford County, Florida John Spratlin Pastor
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__ September 28. U89 TELEGRAPH Pal.M

I J. ough Schedule Faces Rebuilt High-Q Team T

The BHS Hlgh-Q By Stanley team L.hosts Crawford team. Chad, the son of Thomas and Judy Crafton, likes

Tuesday, Oct 3 In the 1898-90 Keystone Heights on math and science. Coach Crawford says "he has had w
lifter But unlike previous academic' competition lldppears- some really good outings In practice. Chad has never +

to be a rebuilding year for campaigns,this year been to the state tournament and going would be a real
the Tornado academicians. "
Additionally, the treat for him.
toughest that the team schedule has seems to be one of the Senior June Cole Is the daughter of Edward and Delia
According to Coach ever faced. Cole of Starke. June likes math and science and her hob
corps of veterans Stanley Crawford "We have a by is drawing. According to Mr. Crawford; June has
returning but don't
they have a lot of worked hard the her la
experience. The lack of really over summer; goal to go to
experience and
the toughness of state tournament.Four .
schedule will be
keys "
to the
are returning from last season. Five seniorsyear'8 Juniors are on the team this year. Michael
leadership should have ** squad and their Becker,who likes math social studies, and psychology,
underclassmen. a Positive effect on the returns for his third High-Q campaign.Mike is the son of

Billie Brown, June Among Cole thisgroup is Tom Bradford Judy Ann and Leslee Becker of Lawtey. Joel Caren, a 1 ? .
Krack. Chad Crafton, and KevliiTffndinff third-year player who likes computers and reading, is 7 1 r r

listed the the son of Pat Caren of Brooker.Patrick Hurst who likes
(I) a replacement team's priorities' for the season- chemistry Is the son of Ann Hurst of Starke; in his free +
BnTm8, becoming for four-year starter Shawna time, he likes watching "Slasher" films. Mayra Cruz a nY iCVt Iy
a better
relying on team balanced scoring team, rookie, is the daughter of Domingo and Hilda Carlo[ 1
rather than Individuals, and (3) is also the
developing Mayra on Tornado tennis team coached bJerTv
team. ,f'aS3cS.ln the 6 rookies we have on the McGriff.

despite the schedule if that these must be accomplished I Tenth graders on_ the team include math enthusiast
past successes. the team is to repeat any of its Matthew Eunice, the son of Virgil and Linda Eunice of

Senior Starke. and Sean Jones, who likes history, math and
wars. ,Toniradford.ls, a '4- ear veteran of the High-Q baseball Is the son of Gareth and Rebecca Jones of
aeronautics and son of Tim and Carol Bradford, likes Starke. Kenny Peterson,who likes collecting books, is

answers correctly on most of the the son'of Samuel and Joy Peterson of Lawtey.All threeof .. .
High-Q military-related team questions. Tom,who says "being on the these have one year of experience.A 1Il ..JJ -.:": "' ; ,... .'Wi'Storybooks 1 as ..... a1 cl.r4araaw,

returns! with state doesn't tournament look bad on a college resume", huge reason for the team I Inexperience is due to the -w tw 0I0Ip

experience. largest freshman contingent ever to make the High-Q
Senior Billie
Brown is the son of Sarah Brown. When Brought to Life...
he's not team (5 freshmen). Athena Baker is the daughter of
practicing for
found playing basketball.High-Q This well-rounded, Billie can usually Individual be Steven and Teresa Morgan of Starke. Ethan CarenJoel's Friday, September 22, In recognition of National wolf; Earse Zimmerman, farmer Sallye Scogflns,
Is a fourth year player and younger brother, is the son of Pat Caren o f Mother Goose; Lynda Royal Coach Swamp; Millie
says "High-Q his faculty
Improves Brooker. Mike Howell is the of and DonnRowell
knowledge In many areas." son Randy Kramlg, Little Bo Peep; Nancy Genest. Cinderella.In .
Senior Chad Crafton Is also in his fourth with the of Starke. James Smith is the son of James Paul character and visited each classroom, rotating at 10 back: Nina Rowan Viola Swamp; Margaret
year Smith and Deborah Mitchell. minute Intervals acting out their story for students. Wadsworth, first little pig: Blossom Sprinkle Witch;

-- -- ..P. -44rr -- --- Nine stories were depicted, said Principal Mary Ann Claudette Freeie. Mama Plf Edith Shaw, second lit-
r Kyle, who was one of "The Three Little Pigs." and tle pig; Mary Ann Kyle, third little pig; Joe Watson,
1989-90 TORNADO HIGH-Q SCHEDULE Sallye Scogglns, "Mother Goose." Other stories were: peddler; Steve Acres wolf In Red Riding Hood;

Oct. 3. . . . KEYSTONE.. .. . . Home 4:00p.m.Oct.10..FERNANDINABEACH. i Handsel and Gretel, Peter Pan. Red Riding flood Kathryn Brooke Princess and the Pea; Bill King, Cap-
. . Away 3:30p.m. Cinderella. Amelia Delia, Princess and the Pea and tain Hook: Debbie Donnerstag, Peter Pan; Alice

Oct.17..ORANGE PARK. . . . Away 3:00: p.m. I Raggedy Ann.Pictured Waters, Red Riding Hood; Jean CI"". Raggedy Ann
Oct.24. . . . .MIDDLEBURG. . . . Home 4:00p.m.Oct.31..ALLENNEASE. : above, front (I to r): Shellla Morgan the and Lynn Marshall Amelia Delia.

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Nov. 14. . . . .HILLIARD.Home 4:00 p.m. I
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Page IDA TtU.ItAI: September, IUH9

. Lady Tornado Volleyball Team Defeats GITS, Up Record to 7-1


The girls varsity volleyball team Annette Simmons was high scorer Again Tuesday night Sept. 27, in BUS vs. Eastside 1.7...J.k_ I I t kllli I.i.,.....k_ t 0
has forged ahead to a 7-1 overall with 18 points served and 4 aces. the Starke gym, the Lady Tornados Ann.H.SlmnwntAuitlli I Monlfc WIIII IM I dips
and a 6-0 District 5-3A standing Eyvette Covington served 8 points met and conquered the GAInesville Ns Ie..I.h..d ... Wllll.m. d 1 I kill III1S
after winning three matches thisweek with 7 aces. Hurricanes .._ Ac. 0.1. pwtt*CovlngtMMonlki 0 I I dunk
losing the first game Ann.K." n. )I. 1 dig ..
all with a poor start but a Monday Sept. 25, at Interlachen, 12-15, but gaining confidence and ,1r.0.Carl,.glom 0 7 I dig I kill' .hilbr Wllll.m.K.ndi. 1 I 0'I I Mock dunk Gainesvlll"
strong finish. the girls again lost the first game winning the match in the two final K.ndr.OuN.r_ 7'. 1 kill.. 1 dig I kill -
but back take the Ailla WIIII 1 1 kl..k. I -
12-15 came to games, 15-7, 15-7.
Meeting Eastside in the Starke match 15-11, 15-11. 1.7...1."'_ 4 1 1 kill kill.. I BUS Interlachen e
gym Thursday, Sept. 21, the Tor- Annette Simmons served 11 M.k., WIIII._ 0 dig ........,.._,. 11 O.dlo.. 1.pih. I "..4..WsIN, 11' I digs
nadoes lost a hard fought first gamein points Eyvette Covington served 8 Kendra Butler served 11 points A.....Simmons 1 ,
overtime, 14-16, then rallied to points with 4 aces, and Kendra with nine aces, Monika Williams and 11115 vs. Aurllli.Wllllimilyvatl Covlngton, 7 I 41 I I kill.plk. 1.7.M.k.,...Wlilla...k... I 7 4 1 I 1 killyr.n. sled
almost shut out the Rams 15.2, 15-1 Butler served 7 with 5 in Annette Simmons kill
points aces served 9 points Kotidr lutUrAuilll. 7' I 4lgl Cevinp/en dig 1
to win the match. 'the mnlch each. 1o'00"'St .Will.,,. 1 II kllli. I dig Audio, Wlllioms, : : : : ;.. I II
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. BUS Didn't Field Team, but Runners Place Well in InvitationalRamona /,

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Tenruint finished sixth t.ato. Individual scores were: 20:52.: junior varsities. da Singlutary KH,was film in 17:12.: Barry Shaddix, KH 20:59; 7) James
over-all in 13:24: for Bradford High Hence Doughtery was 33rd in Eric De-Sue was 53rd In 22:2(1.: ( Dwayne Tennant led the boys by Amy Groover, KII, was sixth in Simmons, S.Fe, 21:00: ; 8) Kenny
cross country runners in the annual 16:17.: placing 22nd with a time of 23:21): ::.! )
17:14.: Renee Uouchtery BUS was DeSue BIIS, 22:20: ; 9) Adam Gralf,
Hurricane Invitational at Della Scott was 47th in 18:17.: JV Division... Daryle Hamilton was 27th in 24:18.: 7th in 18:18.: Jackie Sirmopoulas laa, KH, 22:51: ; 10) Mike Dinardo 8.'e.
Gainesville School lust Satur Green 11th overallin }
High Larry placed Eric Cowart was 3Jrd: in 25:2: KH, was Bth in 18:48.: 23:31: ; 11) Barnard Johnson, BIIS,
day Sept. 23. 17:10: to lead the BUS boys. Lisa Thomas plact.tlilth over-all in Charles Watson was 37th in 27:1)5.: ) Santa Fe won the boys race with a 23:55: ; 12) Tyrone Sanders BIIS, I
Kenneth OeSue was 38th in 19:48.Rernarl : 16:10: in the JV Division of Hurricane
team score of 21 points. BUS was se- 24:15: ; 13) Williams Beaver KH,
Neither BUS girls or boys had Johnson 44th in Invitational for junior
a i was highs andNOEGEL'S Tuesday Meet...
cond with 40 points, and KH trailed 24:41: ; 14) Eric DcSne, BUS, 25:05: ;
Ramona Tennant was first with a with 59 points. All three boys teams 15) Cooper Partin, KH 25:14; 16)
. time of 14:30: over (the two mile had five members to make a team Jacob Lcndiion, KH, 26:40.:
Tornado JV l Football Team is 20The course In a tri-maloh Tuesday, Sept. Sophomore Larry Green of BUS
26, with Santa Fc and Keystone won the race in 18:36: on the soft and Upcoming...
Heights on the Bradford course. slow 131 IS course. 2)) Mike Tara, This Saturday, Sept. 30, BUS
Getting off to this defense was led by Dante BUS meets St Augustine ut 7 goesto
a good
p.m. Amber Frye from Santa Fe was S.Fe, 18:59: ; 3) Gannon the Florida State In-
the Tornado Williams, Ed; Duncan, James Jones, today (Thursday Sept. 2111) University
season junior varsity on Brad second in 15:31.: Christie Cruise Westmoreland S.Fe, 19:17: ; 4)) Joe vitational.\
football squad has won its first two Jimmy Blve and James Daniels. ford Field. S.Fe, was third at 15:58.: Heidi Whit- Zasciurinskas S.Fe., 19:55: ; 5)) Next week BIIS runs at Oak Hall
Thursday.games,and had an off week this pant: ford KH, was fourth in 17:00.: Rhon- Mekwan Massa S.Fe 20MB: : 6)) next Wednesday, Oct. 4.

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Page IIA

I Tornadoes Expect Tough Test in Big District Battle Against Le P I


when Tornado Bradford coaches expect a real test guard and tackle from a double T.D. Hubbard. Left guard is Richard Harris,No.63, lineman -tackle Andrew Ketton,
High Calvin Altman
High In Jacksonville for travels to Lee wing, called the run and shoot formation QB Jermaine Whitaker. No.7 &-2 6-0, 180-11, who comes off the ball No. 55,&-2.225-10,a good hitter.The At outside linebacker, No. 1, 51017012.
two hit-
a 7:3
,which Bradford ran in 1968. righthandedthrower
p m is tall
200-11, a .
(One half hour quickly.At other tackle Is Robert Spikes,No.54,
earlier ters who will
than ) get after a ball carrier
usual to lone setbackto :
The quick pitch a
who throws short
starting time turf passes center is Kevin Sowers, No.50, &-3, 235-12. James West,No.
Sept. 29). battle Friday, the strong side usually. best. QB Whitaker runs the option. 5-10,195-12, a good blocker.All Ends are Lesue No. 52, Carlos Love, 511,19811.Cornerbacks 28,5-11,175-11: ,and
Lee, 2-1, is coming off The three favorite passing playsare When throwing Whitaker sprints out 11 Lee defenders react quickly 5-10, 165-12, an Bran defender who play close
win a big 19-13 : on the play action pass. to the running game, says Coach with good speed,and Denerk up
over Class Mency Lemuel and
4A are Evans 6-4,
No. 190-10,
1 ranked -A slant-in to the wideout.A is
pattern Best blocker the Lee offense
on Mike Sexton.Lee uses basically a 5-3 No.82, a good hitter who
Lakeland Kathleen'High. Denmark,
Lee lost slant-in fake, then deep to the 17&-111 Gary No.99, 15512.
right guard Eric Marshal, No. 71, .
or 5-4, runs some 4-4 defense, and plays
S3* to Jacksonville Free is James
beaten flames and has split end, No. S, Tony Williams,5-9, 6-1,220-12.The right tacked is Lurelle will stunt. The middle linebacker is quick, safety Hansel, No.8,
Jacksonville 6-1,165-11.
Paxon 23-2; 15011. Starling,No.67 5-11,2'.s-1:!. Mlddleguard is John Meadows, __ ._
Lee was "very impressive" in -A post up pattern In the middle bythe Left tackle Corey Laws No. 53, No. 56, 6-3, 235-12, tabbed a good,
Head beating Tornado Lakeland David Kathleen Hurse., says Lee right winK, No. 3, the speedy 6-2, 205-11, is tabbed a Rood blocker. quick player Best defensive

took advantage of Kathleen In
mistakes and used a very aggressive
defense, says Hurse, who saw the ', '
k !
8 i
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game. F 8 G 8 ,
"We have our work cut out for us."
says Coach Hurse. Lj ; of '
Lee uses a basic 5-3 defense, but r,
will bring a linebacker in and turn it
into a 5-4.
Lee uses a multiple set offense. ChristianEducation
Basic is the stacked I-formatiun. a
running game designed to get
blockers ahead of the ball carrier.
The stacked I-formation, with four
backs in a line,was invented by Tom WeekWE
Nugent when he was at FSU.
And, Lee also runs from a wing-T .ai;.s.. e+MCxyksy
formation with two split ends and r THANK TOUTeachersAdministrators
one or two wingbacks.Lee had great
success running right at Lakeland
Kathleen with the fullback dive from Y,
the .
wingT.Switching back and forth between .v and Support Staff of *

the wing-T and the stacked
I-formation, and mixing in some Bradford County
split backfield formations Lee is a
wide open offensive machine, says
Coach Hurse. Lee runs the option We the fine
and throws effectively. i appreciate
No. 31 T.D. Hubbard, 5-8, 150-11,
has the best speed but the entire Lee job you do!
team has excellent speed. Hubbard
is tabbed by BHS scouts as the best
Lee ball carrier. But the Tornado

quarterback defense will Jermaine also have Whitaker to watch, Lt Ei United Methodist Women

No. 7, 6-2, 200-11) ; Terrence Rivers,
10."...lw No. 2, 6-0, 185-12, and No. 31, not Methodist
: "'i\IIi\:High.listed on the roster sent to Bradford First United Church

QB Whitaker scored two
touchdowns against Kathleen, runs Tough to Tackle... Walnut & Jefferson 964-6864
of one and 3 yards. Rivers scored BUS halfback Clint Reed breaks a tackle In a recent game u he howi hi*ability to pick: up the tough yardage up
one from 19 yards out as the the middle.
Generals stunned Kathleen in
Lakeland last week. Kathleen
scored first but Lee scored three
TD's before Kathleen scored its se-
cond TO with 2:10: left in the game.
BHS scouts (the coaches) say the A.FOID.AltE
five favorite plays of Lee High are:
The option play, usually run
away from the wingback.
Dangerous runners are QB

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Lee Is also the first of a string of LOADED LARGETIRESWHEELS
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powerhouse Madison Oct.: 6 in the -

Bradford Oct.: 13 BUS homecoming hosts seventhrankedSanta game. : GOODSELECTION

Fe High for a much anticipated ,0'$ .
rematch. Last year Santa (
Fe handed BHS its only loss, a 2-0
defeat which meant a berth in the
state play-offs and the district title. 5 SPEED,AIR. STEREO CASS. POWER
Oct: ; 20. Bradford hosts a close' WINDOWS SPEED CONTROL, LOADED
Class 3A rival Baker High of Mac- I
clenny, .a tough match in recent

years."We'll mix It up as best we can," OVER STOCKED!
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TELEGRAPH September 28,1981I

Tornado Defense Must Rise to the Occasion to Stogy Generalsfrom

page 11A weeks to prepare for Lee High. guard: Jason Norman, No. 65, $-8, 85,6-0, 170-11. Inside linebackers: Travis Long,
sive sets Lee uses and how to It'll be.a humdinger,Coach Hurse 180-11 and Lorenzo Hall,No.63,$-10, Quarterback: Reggie Sheffield, The Defense... No. 3, 5-10.,! 190-12 and Thomas Mc-
counter them. predicts.Tornadoes 175-12 will split time.Tackles No. 11, 5-11, 155-11. Backup QB Is Tackles: Keith Jenkins, No. 22, 5- Cutchen, 4o. 60,5-8. 160-10.
"It's going to be a very tough starters are: : Right tackle: Keith Lin- Travis Long No.3 5-10.190-12. 10-175 and Kevin Finch, No. 66, 6-7, Rover back: Al Jones,No. 32,5-8,
physical ballgame,"predicts coach zy, No. 64, 5-11, 199-12. Left tackle: Running back: Clint Deed,No.33, 215-12. 155-12.
Sexton. The Offense... James McNeal,No.71, 5-109,185-12, $-9, 192-12. Backup: Al Jones... Weak side end: Lorenzo Hall, No. Cornerback: Lance Wiggins, No.
BHS, 2has beat Wildwood 13-7 Center: Don McDavid, No. 77, and Roland Shafer, No. 73, 5-10, Fullback: Clyde DeSue, No. 30, 63, 5-10, 175-12. Strong side end: An- 24,5-8,150-12 and Terry Berry,No.9,
In the opening game and Nassau 5-'ll, 195-12. 235-12,will share time. H, 185-11. dy Goodowns,No.85,6-1, 180-11. H, 1&0-11.
High 364 in the second game. BHS Guards: Right guard: Phillip Tight end: Derick Long, No. 84, Wingback: Keith Jenkins, No. 22, Sam linebacker: Dereck Long, Safety: Trammell Jones, No. 21,
was Idle Oct.22 and has had two Crawford. No. 62. 5-8., 180-10. Left. 6-1, 205-12,and Andv Goodowns,No. -10, 175-12 No. 84,6-1, 205-12. 6-1, 175-11 _


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Santa fe Community College cultural series continues on the sponsored by the Florida Arts bluegrass fiddler to be recorded
r 1989 Fall Performing Arts Series opening day of the Starke Festival of Celebration at the Bradford High when he made 78's with the great
may have changed" its name to the the Arts Oct. 28, with a 7 p.m. out School auditorium Saturday evening Bill Monroe. In his career he wouldgo
Autumn Arts'89,but the high quality door concert at the Andrews Center ,Jan. 11. on to make 24 solo LP albums. Asa
continues with an Intriguing season by America's top bluegrass fiddler Planetary Update" presented by song writer he Is most famous for
opening next Thursday evening,Oct. Chubby Wise and his five-piece str- the Traveling Music Museum, is a co-writing the alltime bluegrass
5, featuring kfl exciting multi-media ing band. theatrical assemblage of sights and classic" "The Orange Bl08somSpecial"
8 p.m. presentation i of "planetary The Instrument is the same, but sounds relating to life on planet '. For 17 years Wise worked
Update' at the Starke Woman's the style Is a bit different as violinist earth during the beginning of the with Hank Snow and his Rainbow
Club Sarah Johnson will be performing in golden age of space exploration in Ranch Boys. He currently resides in
"Planetary Update" Is an imaginative concert with piano accompanist at the late 20th Century.From manned Glen St. Mary's a legend in his own
large-screen presentation the First United Methodist Church, orbital satellites and lunar missions, time.
and musical tour of the best in on Tuesday Nov. 28 at 8:15 p.m. viewers look back at planet earth as Sarah Johnson began her musical
telescope 2nd space probe The Autumn Arts Series '89 will it spins beneath them and from odyssey In Iowa where at the age of
photography. conclude with one "winter" performance Voyager we see Jupiter Saturn and seven she first picked up the violin.
The.outstanding free-to-the-public of the musical"Cabaret",coSarah their Icy moons. By the time she was ten, she had
played in more than 100 concerts and
,.. The musical textures range from soloed with the Minneapolis Sym-
the Stone Age to post-pop elec- phony Orchestra. In 1975, she
tronics, including sounds from sym- graduated from the Curtis Instituteof
phonic percussion, chimes, gongs Music. In 1981, she became the
." and wind tubes. The information in first artist to receive the South
i this performance Is v technical Carolina Arts Commission's Performing Chubby Wise
enough for the space buff but the ( Arts Fellowship. Premier Bluegrass Fiddler
entertaining format makes the show She is presently a part of the
enjoyable for a wide audience.Using distinguished music faculty at the
music humor tricks and large- North Carolina School of the Arts.
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Champion Fiddler to become the performance credits from
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world. Most of his career centered as artistic director of the seven-
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Grass Boys with Lester Flatt and Theatre in Charleston S.C., has
Earl Scruggs the band that brought her national attention on
authoritatively defined blue rass. "In Performance Today" on National
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I UCAP Officials Won't Rule Out Lawsuit. I

By Joe Gltiy nuclear" wastes would be broughtto site so far from the center of toxic certainly closer to the main source.
ICY Staff Writer the plant, but since have admittedthat waste generation in Florida seems of toxic wastes in Florida than is
The officials of United Citizens nuclear tainted wastes may also desirable in spite of the dangers of Union County.Except .
Against Pollution (UCAP), at a be processed there. long distance hauling over Florida for the influence of the FOR RENT
meeting of the organization held In highways. regional concept and the need for out
the Union County courthouse Mon- In view of recent revelations that 'The Union County site will be of state wastes, Polk County seems Several Furnished Mobile Homes
day, September 11 do not rule out Florida has been in planning ses- closer to other states in the region the most likely site, and progress
the possibility of filing a lawsuit con- sions for some time with other states and more accessible to them, saida there is ahead of here, he said. Cable TV Available Central Air Park &
In the southeastern region regardinga
testing the constitutionality of action UCAP member. "Greenpeace should have come
taken by the Florida Legislaturewhen regional plan for all, and although earlier," Revels said, "but they are Playground, Laundry Mat
it passed legislation it cannot be proven at this time, fighting the same fight,so we should
removing Union Polk County Status...
the Administrative there is suspicion that County support them."
from the site selection Hearing DER process has or at least north central Florida,was The current status of the plant in A Greenpeace Toxic Waste Tour of PINESSR121
the preferred site even before a Polk County Is not known, said
made in Union County for a hazar- Florida was scheduled was held
dous waste incinerator and treat- study was made by Weston, Inc. to Revels. It is his understanding that Tuesday, September 12 for Starke Lake n1.1t1er
ment plant.Members. choose the site,said a member of the Polk County officials are not opposed and Lake Butler. It is an ongoing
of the citizens protest group. This helps to explain why a to the plant, and that location is tour, schedule from Sept. 1015. 4962366THERE'S

group are also highly incensed over
the conduct of representatives of the
state Department of Environmental
Regulation (DER). who, they say,

have lied plant repeatedly and its about operation the proposed and NOTHING LIKE THE TASTE OF A TENDED, JUICY STEAK FROM WINN-DIXIE

location.Originally DER claimed: that only

Florida's waste would be Incinerated W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
or treated. Now they admit
they cannot bar interstate com
merce and wastes from out of state
can be brought into the state for
disposal) says Buddy Revels, direc-
tor of UCAP.Studies .
commissioned by DER
have concluded that the importationof
hazardous waste would be STEAK SALEW
necessary to make the Union County
operation profitable. Also, in the

beginning Library DER Provides was adamant that

Resources For ElderlyRetired

persons now have accessto
braille prescription labels throughthe
AARP Pharmacy Service, ac- -D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

Director cording to Sue Bradford Crum.In County Library W-D BRAND U.S. CHOVCE SEMI-BONELESS

Florida these labels are made
using a hand braille label maker. w a '.BONE' Y s a/oscs STRIP
They include the name of the patient
name of the medication,
prescription number and if space
permits, directions for use of the STEAK STEAKS
mediction, said Crum. ,
For further information call
The U. S. Postal Service is now offering W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

specifically a for lifesaving elderly or service disabled = = BONE-IN

people who live alone.Participants lIP, SIIP.a.. ..of-" {
complete an .
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emergency Information card whichis '. '' '"
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kept on file at the local post office.If STEAD ..,.',
their mail is in .. ,,
not picked up two ". 'It< "
days, the letter carrier alerts the .. .' IIEAI Waovs.owr1f
: OlWiTn t Bs m ItSUfffSO, '
post office and the staff calls the \Mi,II r Mil(t : > ",

emergency number on the card. ". I ," .._ -JIO-\. ._ : \. .. ,.
For further infortmation contact ..
your local post office. 'il' ,:. "!
The 1990 Ski for Light Interna- \
tional Week will be held Feb. 29 to .Jf r'n. .... itie' ,. ', (1

March 4, 1990 in Brainerd, Min- ', r..e .- \, '
nesota. "I
This program introduces blind and .' tHU1NO l. /1.
visually impared adults to Nordic or ,: I. ....
cross-crounty skiing. I ;.. U: 5 CHOICI "I: j' .,. ,.;
Contact Alan Schlank. at ,' !;..,'. .' :' -, v ,f" ' ",". '. I'll .
703-538-4713 for more information, a j.': CO) 1f >\ f
brochure: and an application(arm; "i :"i ,: > ,;Vou'll 'see'a'WRIT Brand shield.oft, 'J ;I
.. I. ,.' +c .' ':tJt r-, ",\10 1. .aaeryftII11eat1s cut of beef Winn-Dixie sell>.: ', 0/4' ;{ 1

Clay Electric Rep. .' 'h 'iJ ,r( ""'.. .j"- : ., 'S ,we've hand-selected your.: .
Gives Informative Talk i '. ;. :teak or roast from the finest U.s.. ,!. F I..f .
About Hurricanes _. ,.... ... .. . ;t
'v' T ",.}R". ..".M.QOIee..vall.ble.It'" your ,. .
On Tuesday, Sept. 19, following a II r: / ... .t\\' ? .. lrlJ f..,... that every bite will ** ';. .'! .i !fi
delicious covered dish luncheon, the : r' .I.IIt 'teate* d delicious.: And Iff I ,ft:
; coeft IN THE roiUwiMwiawCUME ,_... +1iI."i1' : { ; h
Seniors of the Bradford Senior
) z :
Center enjoyed a most appropriate .&!" >; STARKC I f '" ', 1 1"/4 ip} ....i'' atyouU" program entitled, "Hurricane Ot rN. 4MMOK lHT.MCUIMt 1'. t.. :'''M ? tap! ss= That's a promise 1t. il;' : '.::tlt.t:.
Preparedness", given by Charles .4 The Beef feople' at WinnWxie.ftwtf ., '1 jr ';.:
Hutcheson, Members Relations
Representative of Clay Electric. 1 k C 9
Hurricane preparations were ad- O&u'
dressed and discussed.In addition,a t -
hurricane tracking map was givento EVEayDAY
each senior, with Instructions on evE pace csa 61 w paid ;
how to follow a hurricane.The .
Bradford County Senior
Citizens meet every Tuesday from
10 a.m.to 2 p.m. for fun, fellowship,
and learning. Mini-excursions are
also planned at this time. Fourteen
seniors recently enjoyed an outing to C '
Cedar Keys.
The Bradford Senior Center Is
open Monday through Friday, from i J I b III.
J. 8:30: a.m. For more information,
please call Beverly McGee, Senior
Center Director,964-4545. r
NOU[ clllcaa3la 1
LB Man Receives fOMTO HIM 1 .
Letter of CommendationNavy It UM 1
Petty Officer 2nd Class fED[1I EA. -
Gerald E. Simpson, son of Era M.
Dunnam of Lake Butler, recently LEMON. COCONUT or r 0 r
received a Letter of Commendation.He CHOCOLATE
received the citation for his IIEIH&lfiUE
dedication, loyalty and professionalskill .
while stationed at Atlantic _or CREME PIES -

Fleet Polaris Material Office, '
Charleston, S.C. Simpson joined the DIET H.C. COLA.DAD'S "
Navy in June, 1971. .... $299 ROOTBEER or"t"' ..,", ..swwcu
C. .. -
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Re-enlists for 3 Years .

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class An- BEEF.TURKEY.CORNED HAM.BEEF ROAST or ...... 1".YI It It''. I P"K

thony R. Spauldfjijk/ whose wife PASTRAMI 12-PK.$295 l. -- "''O "'.-,-=1- 48-01.. $418 .
Frances, is the daughter of MichaelC. DELI FRESHSANDWICHES; 12-oz. PKO. BTL8.
and LaVonne Fuller of Melrose, CANS .
has reenlisted for three years while
serving with Air Anti Submarine TRENTON"'
Squadron-28.Naval Air Station Cecil CRACKIN GOOD c DEEP SOUTH $418 VIENNA $ QD .. '-
Field, Jacksonville.A CHEESE CURLS 1101 9 9 MAYONNAISE 1 i& D SAUSAGE 3 cAhs N .
198S graduate of Southwestern PKG -. -""::_-::
Central High School, he joined the


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[ Check the CLASSIFIEDS ] Dues Up.-. as Club Faces C:; 'Cash--C-. I

by Bust.r Rohn .Any member joining the club club's financial statement would money
BCT Staff WrIUr after Sept. 13, 1989 must pay regular have shown a loss exceeding$31,000. About 10 years ago the club Bold
With the Starke Golf and Country dues for a period of five years before Club membership peaked 3-4 off the timber,raising$40,000,half of
BUY HERE PAY HERE Club (SGCC) facing a serious cash qualifying for the reduced seniors years ago near 300, but dropped to which was put In reserve accounts.
WE FINANCE crisis, members were advised this rate of$10 lens than the regular rate. 168 following the $75 assessment. Those reserves are now gone. '
week of a $10 per month Increase in Although the golf course Is In the Currently, the membership has The property, approximately 135 t
membership dues. best condition ever, the move cameas climbed to 199. With 200 membersthe acres. has some timber now,but the I
]&Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy The club has three classes of no surprise to the membership.The $10 per month increase would Farmers Home Administration :
membership: Regular family, In- club has been in financial straits raise $24,000 per year. holding a $100,000 mortgage, will ;
creasing from $40 per month to$50; for more than a year. SGCC has never been a money have to approve the sale of additional ,
Deals With E-Z Wheels Seniors,from$30 to$40; Social,from Last year the club assessed the maker, but in the early years timber. I
$30 to$40.Two membership$75 each, ostensibly fora members worked, selling dinners
other changes regarding new tractor. The assessment rais- and having fund raisers to keep the Recently several members were 1
membership were voted by the ed $15,275, but the club lost 20 club solvent.A asked to pay annual dues which I
I TQtV M1' BRAY (t904 O64-7783 board: members as result of the levy.In wall plaque in the kitchen many; did.This ploy raised some immediate :
1320 TemPle Avenue All new members after Sept. 13, its day to day operations,SGCC honors the women of the club who cash, but also created a '
Manager Starke. FL 32091 1989 must pay a non-refundable initiation lost$18,721 during 1989. If it were not worked so hard in the early years, liability on the balance sheet, !
f_of$150 for the special lI'I"pqmp"t t1m preparing chicken dinners to raiser decreasing future monthly income.
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Armed :

Forces. .. i
f A Laura Rabb J
v iii! Ensign
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-- / I I I Completes Course ; .

,. Navy Ensign Laura A. Rabb, :
RESERVED.... O 1 daughter of Mitchell and Patricia ..
coo._,_,_ COOKED HAM II Rabb of Keystone has completed
) PRICES GOOD the Officer Indoctrination School at ,
the Naval Education and Training ,
THURS.WED.., II Center in Newport, R.I. .
tl'// SEPT. 28-OCT. 4, 1989 ( I While attending the six-week '

course, Rabb was prepared as a ..
STOREHOURS newly-commissioned officer for duty
in the Naval staff field correspon- ,.
U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF ding to her civilian profession (e.g.

PREMIUM medicine, law, nursing, etc.)
8 A.M. WeD BRAND A 1984 graduate of Keystone Hts.
High School, and SL 1989 graduate of
FRYER LEG NEW YORK Western Carolina University in
L 11 P.M. Cullowhee, N.C., with a Bachelor of
Science degree, she joined the Navy

QUARTERS STRIP STEAKS II HAM in SSgt.May, 1989.Terry BaconParticipates


I Operation Marine Staff High Sgt.Terry Roller W. Bacon,

9-11 'NENTAL whose wife Lynn is the daughter of
iffi1J\FSS, : Hilsey and Louise Norman of Hamp-
LB. PKG. $ $ ton, recently participated in Opera-
AWARENESS $99 tion High Roller while serving with
H 4th Marine Aircraft Wing of the

FKDRA6NTAMPN I \ 'N .K i Naval The Air exercise Station is in designed New Orleans.to pro-

October 1-7, 1989 vide a realistic scenario to test com-
bat readiness of one active duty and
four reserve fixed-wing squadrons
LB. LB. SLICED 1 LB. and one Marine air support
FREE! squadron. The squadrons' evalua-
PKGr tion process of Marine Corps Com
bat Readiness and Evaluation

r t u.s.D.A. GRADE w BONELESS AND SKIN ES BEEF WHOLE PEELED W-D MILD, MEDIUM System serves as a unit of opera-
$ 8 BEEr tional readiness as well as an ex-
; FRYER BREAST . i TENDERLOINS LB. $697 WHOLE HOG SAUSAGE LB $158 cellent training vehicle.A .
1978 graduate of Union County
High School in Lake Butler, he join-
ed the Marine Corps Reserves in

.: BACON ,,:"' EI1 State Hank Amn. David Gaskins
Graduates AF Basic
. .. ol'Scarkt'
_' $ Rjry- .--. : THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: graduated Airman David from Air L. Gaskins Force basic has
; 199 -.o $1:0j2,7 Checking -.. r ti Traveler's Checks
. : q training at Lackland Air Force Base
..., .. ,
"...1't. ,, Saving Account Credit Card Applications ill TCXcIS ,1' i I I. ( '
; i' '
LB. LB. Loan Applications' rf." Money Orders Dtitttlg Ihb! slx'M *eks Wiralnlng"'
FAHMfcf 6A0 BONELESS FRESH W.D BRAND U,S, CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF Certificates or Deposit" "Night Depository the airman studied the Air Force
HAM $O97 DELMONICO $ 97 BONELESS $ 1 97 Money Market Accounts Notary Public mission, organization and customs
and received training in
ROAST La STEAK . LB CHUCK ROAST La MON HOURS.WED.: 9 a.m..4 pm. SI""j'x. rJiL.t human relations.In .
W-D SpgclAl.TRIMMED W.D BRAND U 8 CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF BONELESS THURS 8 FRI 9 a m.6 pm' I l> .i.lf addition, airmen who complete
WHOLE SEMIBONELESSRIB NEW YORK SATURDAY 8 a:m:-2 p m, OdllK;'t basic training earn credits towardan

SMOKED HAM u 97C STEAK La $397 STRIP STEAKS. La $497 community associate college degree of the through Air Force.the

$177 CUBED $097 CENTER CUT $ 97 H.L. Gaskins of Lawtey. He is a 1988

PORK CHOPSECONOMY . La I STEAKS . La PORK CHOPS La 2 1 graduate of Bradford High School.

AYHARVEST SFCC Offers Free TestingFor

Y \ Problems
"' Santa Fe Community College'sRespiratory
LOW PRICE Therapy Program will
show the public how they can
: PRODUCE breathe easier while celebrating Na-
pie M i- t tional Respiratory Care Week at the
I Oaks Mall Oct.4-5 from 10 a..m.-8:30:
D e e e Nature makes the produce.

D WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. pm.Exhibits will provide,informationon

'J' e equipment, lung disease, therapyand
; I "NEW CROP" WESTERN SFCC's Respiratory Therapy

'. 4.., JlII""'.... :,. DELICIOUSAPPLES Program.Respiratory therp plats'will be on
..' "' hand to check blood procure and ad-
I 1': % minister other pulmonary function
tests.AU testing is free to the public.

.-.,' a JLJ 480
A Commission to Establish

1 LB. Duck Hunting Dates
The Florida Game Fresh Water
Commission will consider
Fish pro-
r B
HARVEST FRESH dates for the 1989-90 duck and
_ \ posed
__ I ,. ALL PURPOSE coot season when it meets in Destin
y JI Sept. 29.The '
_..-., SUPERBRAND REGULAR j ,ft I POTATOES federal guidelines within
ORIGINAL or BBQ I which hunting dates may be
KEEBLERRIPPLINS ORANGE $148 DINNERS .4 $500 Jr''' established are Nov. 22-26 and Dec..
a JUICE . . GAL: F . : $178 14-Jan. 7. Proposed shooting hours
I IO.LB are V4 hour before sunrise to sunset.
SUPERBRAND DOWNYFLAKE BAG' The Commission also will discuss
99c ? 99C rule changes for the
2La WAFFLES . proposed major
MARGARINE 'PG. Fri 1990-91 hunting and fishing seasons.
; 950 The proposed changes will be made
L ss-D z, SUPERBRAND DANO'S GOURMET $199 available for public review and com-

__ ._._ BISCUITS / \ Preceding the meeting will be a
MUEL.ltl! S SUPERB RAND HALFMOON V I I If ONIONS workshop on Thursday,Sept.28.The
ELBOW LONGHORNCHEESE $ 49 PEPPERIDGE FARM $1 69 1:30 p.m.CDT workshop will include
'Ito 58 P.6 1 LAYER CAKES V& time for the public to speak about
MACARONI_ S C issues being considered by the Com
69 .

OUPTESy 'EpV1CE PaoRIDA TECt\ON BAG begin at 9 a.m.CDT Friday.Both the
26/30-CT, HEADLESS workshop and the Commission
JUMBO HEADLESS meeting will take place at the Holi-
WHITE SHRIMP day Inn, U.S. Highway 98 East,
JUMBO Destin.
-rVsU9 The meetings are open.. to the
WSTESHgg public. !
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TI '":S'&MON ITOIt. BSKlTION: September28,1989

I News Briefs

I.a wtey Man Dies Sept. 25 at 3:30: p.m., according to at approximately OOmph when for Dwain Hudson. Morrissey was later
From InjuriesIn Homicide Investigator: Murray E. unknown reasons the pickup truck Hampton Kenneth Wayne Owens,19,was arrested charged with grand theft of a motor
Richardson.The left the Charged In TheftA Sept. 21 for possession of he
roadway and ran off the vehicle. Bond was set at $10,500
Truck Train CrashA engineer said he saw the shoulder. Glover apparently alcoholic beverage by person under released on his own
overcorrected -
30-year-old Hampton man was 21, according to Patrolman Gordon
before the an
pickup crossing gave and
22-year-old Lawtey died vehicle overturned arrested recognizance.
man audible and Saturday for stealing and Smith. Bond was set at $250.
signal started applying four time
Monday, Sept. 25 following a truck before coming to final selling aluminum siding.
train collision brakes but was unable to miss the rest, said Godfrey.A Robert Elijah Jones 28, was ar-
John Donahue
pickup. The 83 train cars had to be blood alcohol test Is pending. Crawford alledgelystole Harry Merle Barger, 28, was arrested for driving under influence
Charles rested
Daniel Dobbs' the
pickup siding a mobile home from
Sept. 21 warrant
11'Itt:k was struck at 10:10: a.m. at the enable disconnected Rescue at personnel the crossing to reach to cident.The vehicle was totalled In the ac- belonging to C.: W. Slade and then Miami for grand on theft, according to (DUI, DWLS, attaching a tag T.not C.
Sampson Trestle Railroad crossing sold the siding to Ted Curtis for$30, Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. Bond assigned,according to Trooper
the vehicle, according to the accident he
Bond set at$1,000, was
by a westbound train Sept. 23. The according to Deputy Roman was set at$10.000. Pace. was
I'JtiB! Chevrolet pickup failed to stop report. No Liquor License Alvarez. released on his own recognizance.

for' the crossing, according to Accident Victim's Gets Man ArrestedA Crawford was charged Sept. 23 David Franklin Rogers, 21, was James Doyle Thornton,25,was arrested
Trooper Dwain Hudson, and was with dealing in stolen property, arrested Sept. 21 for seling,giving or Sept. 22 for DWLS, accordingto
struck by the front of the train in the Condition SeriousA 20-year-old Starke man was arrested trespass and petit theft. He was serving alcohol beverage, accordignto Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.
left side, pushing the truck down the 19-year-old Camp Blanding resi Friday by the State Beverage released after a $2,000 surety bond Patrolman Smith.Bond was set at Thornton was later charged on a
tracks.: The truck came to rest on the$9iljth dent's condition is listed as serious Department for having no license. was posted. $250. capias with dealing in stolen property
shoulder 108 feet from thepcbit following surgery this week for injuries Albert Allen was arrested Sept. 22 possession of a firearm by a con
of collision.Squad Five was required from a Sept. 20 accident. at Pittman Bar in the Lincoln City Charles R. Wright 35, was arrested victed felon, according to Deputy
to extricate Dobbs who suffered Dennis Glover was taken by Life area and charged with sale of Woman Charged Sept. 22 for introduction of Alvarez. Bond was set at $10,120.25.
serious head injuries, accor- Flight to Baptist Hospital after his alcoholic beverage without a contraband, possession of cannabis,
and Rex Siemer. Dobbs was CR-230 east of Starke at 1:13: a.m., M. Wilson and R. Anguelles. A Pot PlantA Alvarez.Bond was set at$10,000. He Duval was arrested on a capias for
tWftisportated by TRAUMA I to according to Trooper W. E. Godfrey, Allen was released after a $250 20-year-old Starke woman was was released on his own DUI failure to appear, according to
[adversity where he died bond was posted.
Hospital Jr Clover was eastbound travelling surety arrested Friday after a potted plant recognizance. Patrolman Bob McGrath.

..., ... found at her back door was '
Denise Annette Schoening, 24, of .
discovered to be marijuana plant. Patricia Webster was arrested
Shannon Higginbotham was Duval was arrested Sept. 21 on an Sept. 25 for DWLS, according to
charged Sept. 22 with manufacturing order for a contempt hearing,according Patrolman William Brown. She was
cannabis, according to to Deputy Gene Lee. Schoeningwas released after a $215.25 cash bond
held in and
Patrolmen Kinard Perry and Mack not contempt was was posted. v 'j
released from
Short. The pot plant was found at custody. Clarification... '
Orangewood Apts.. following a 'tip'to
the police department. Calvin Hankerson, 31, was recap- Luther Marvin Moody, 68, vof
\ .t s. \ Bond was set at $1,000, Higgin tured Sept. 22 after his escape from Starke said he was not stabbed as It
botham was released on her own the county jail, according to Deputy was stated in the police report of his,
recognizance. Harvey Rhoden. Bond was set at accident. Moody said he did not
$5,000. know how he received the lacerationon
Recent ArrestsIn his neck but he was not stabbed.
Bradford Traffic Bond'was set at $1,500 on the
CountyThe Michael Roy Morrissey, 37, of charges resulting from the accident,
'1t L'I following arrests were made Hillsborough was arrested Sept. 22 Moody who was driving a four door
i I ,.. ,,....\," in Bradford County by local for driving while license suspended Chevrolet was released on his own
I I ," \4' authorities. (DWLS), according to Trooper recognizance from the county jail.

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Hunter's Day...
There ww plenty to do for
hunters and their families at the
Keytone Heights Sportsman Club's
Annual kickoff to the hunting
season with a turkey shoot,sheeting
shooting on the range and plenty to
do for the younger set as well.

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Hunting Season Friday 7:05&9:00 964-9OOO :
Sat.&Sun 5:00: ,7:00: ,9:00: Starke :
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By Mark Frledlln fun-filled activities at the
BCT Staff Writer Keystone Heights Airpark 301 DRIVE-IN 1O MINUTE OIL CHANGED
Hunters and their families Saturday Sept.23. Starke 964-7484
joined members of the Keystone: The event Is sponsored by the
Heights Sportsman Club for a I Sportsman Club, which bases Fri.Sat. &Sun D 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
kickoff to the 1989 the remote I C'ANIiY
grand Its activities
D Install A New Oil Filter
Hunting Season with a day ol property near the airpark each 2))
year and there was plenty to do ;: D 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis
for everyone who attended. D 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant :
shoot",skeet $
Including shooting a"turkey on the club's 2 095 D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
professionally equipped range U D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid
door prizes and food drinks and I 4 D Fluid
See Page 6B YG 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering
10 MINUTE a 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid :
D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery
[ Bradford OIL CHANGED! l;EJ 1m) W"J.Check and Fill Window Washer. Fluid ,
r 'Chiropractic .Cente'r ..m. e D 1 tJ We WasH Your Windshield : =

Starke Office PEN Z011 0 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades :
218 S. Walnut St. ,tea D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the + ,
..t '5a21| *'?* Next to the Chamber of Commerce 0 Proper Pressure :
D 14)) We Vacuum the Interior
fcStfrf' 964-4957 WorldOassProtection D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter

'! W D 16)) We Check Your Breather ElementATTENTION
FE. M PAIN Headaches CONTROL mflt ?

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following Individual appeared NVDL; fined $120.25( Tri County Tri County Probation 60 days. violation of driver's license restrictions
before Judge George Pierce Probation three months. Donald Edwin Meier pled no con- ; 30 days court probation sus- YOUR ,:
Sept. 19 in Bradford Traffic Crews pled guilty unlawful speed; test unlawful use of temporary tag; pend cost 500 word essay on why
Criminal Court where their cases Tri County Probation three monthsto dismissed. should not drive and truthfulness to
received final disposition.Paul pay $112 fine. Lonnie F. Melton pled guilty Im- parents.John .
Michael Squire Elder pled no con- proper tag; provided valid tag Andrew Slocum pled guilty WATER "rR
A. Hughes pled guilty ex- test DWLS; presented valid license dismissed. expired tag; presented valid tag$32
pired tag more than four months; pay $55 court costs. Roy Dale Robinson pled no contest court costs.
fined $120.25.Richard Robert Olin Fulgham pled guilty DUI; fined $437.50. license suspended James Michael Stewart pled guil-
Anthony Akins pled guilty violation of driver'8 license restric- six months 50 hours community ty no motorcycle license; $55 court
driving while license suspended tions; dismissed suspend costs. work attend DUI school Tri County costs. WlDiOUTCmlNC
(DWLS); fined 1120.25,pay within 30 Walter Curtis Harmon pled guilty supervision one year. Stewart pled guilty no protective
days. DWLS; fined 12025. Ronald James Ross pled guilty headgear; dismissed
Shanda Latin Barnes pled no con- Jeffrey J. Hill charged with no DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended Stewart pled guilty careless driving I
test violation of tag; produced valid tag, dismissed. six months attend DUI school 50 ; $52 court costs. .
restriction; 20 hoursecommunity James Todd Hillard pled guilty hours community work Tri[ County David Dean Ward Jr. pled guilty
work under Tri County supervision. driving\ under influence (DUI); fin supervision one year. unlawful speed; fined $312, court
Barnes charged with no valid ed $437.50 license suspended six Ross pled guilty improper display supervision 30 days.
driver's license (NVDL); license months attend DUI school 50 hours of tag NVDL; dismissed. Ward pled guilty fleeing or eluding
suspended IS days.Thomas community work Tri County supervision Ross pled guilty failed to drive in police officer; dismissed. SOAKED.r
Moab Bradley pled guilty [ one year. correct lane; suspend costs, Ward pled guilty. reckless driving; .
Improper tag; ordered to pay $55. Hillard charged with careless dismiss. $55 court costs.Raymond
Alan 8unn. Jr. pled guilty DWLS: driving; dismissed. Frank James Sauko pled guilty Eaves pled no contest 1 i iI
suspend cost, presented valid Willie Charles Jenkins pled guilty NVDL; present valid 1 license> and DWLS; sentenced. to two days in jail - - - 1- ,
license. DUI; fined $437.50 license suspended will dismiss. fined $120 25. .
Lee Cass pled guilty DWLS; lined six months, 50 hours community Della Roxanne Scott pled Guilty I
1120.25. work attend DUI school, Tri County See Page 8B I : JUST $62.9'Ii'Ii
Cass pled guilty improper tag; Probation one year. _______________h_____ I
dismissed.[ Willie Charles Jenkins pled guilty / II III
Howard James Clifton pled guilty DWLS; fined $12025, Tri County I
expired tag; presented valid tag, Probation one year. MONTH.
dismissed. Jenkins pled guilty violation of ,
Michael Contois seat belt law dismissed. II
James pled guilty ; fLghrnow get lh vwy be wotet eonditionet '
expired tag; presented valid tag Jenkins pled guilty failed to drivein t'e I lot o very small ptlM Just S6 PO per month
dismissed. correct lane; fined $52 placed for:3 month plus IratolloNon Call Culligoo '
Contois pled guilty NVDL; under Tri County supervision one I today obout rhn limited time mol over I' .
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Julian Allan Courson pled guilty Sharon Yvonne Laney pled guilty I II III I
DWLS; fined $199. DWLS; fined $12025 Tri County : 18003429084REMNANTS
Courson pled guilty careless driving Probation 60 days. t I
\ ; fined 152. Laney pled guilty violation of I I
Glenn Marvin. Crews pled guilty posted speed zone; $52 court costs
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The event Is sponsored by the country music playing over the -
club for National Fishing and public address system.
Hunting Day and as an annual The smaller children enjoyedthe
kickoff tor the hunting season. food and drinks and
Some of the tightest especially the "moonwalk" TS
competition between the attraction set up on the grounds REl\f1\T4l\r
hunters both young and old along with watching the
came on the firing range at the shooting on the ranges by their
Turkey Shoot where they tested older fathers or brothers. 1'.sIQWJCC
their marksmanship by firing at The Keystone Heights
targets then comparing the Sportsman Club has been
results. headquartered at the sprawling
The skeet range was also in full Airpark for the better part of two TO
operation with plenty of decades and annually sponsors ) IQ) BOO 1DmCC R
shooters taking their best shotsat hunting and shooting safety
the wizzlng.' flying/ clay courses for their members
"pigeons". while maintaining the firing Hundreds to choose from -
Club members set up a stand range for the occasional use by
for food and drinks and there law enforcement personnel. Commercial
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Most of us would probably agree "Many air shows Just can't hackit thousands of dollars. Then there's primarily credits the longevity of hours jo into producing a single show! has raised more than a quarterof
that 10 yean: of anything is reason ," he said during a recent inter- trash collection, portable restroom the Lake City show to the unique show. That's equivalent to 5 people a million dollars,that benefitted
" enough to celebrate. But, according view."It takes so much cooperation, facilities, communications, cooperation between the businesseswho working 40 hours a week, 50 weeks a organizations such as the Association -
to Vernon Douglas, organizer of the so much organization between transportation and a host of other sponsor the air show acts, and year. And all for no pay. for Retarded Citizens, Ronald
. annual North Florida Air Show held public and private sectors that often necessities that the air show must the tremendous volunteer support Volunteers come from all cornersof McDonald House and Happy House,
in Lake City,the 10th anniversary of times a show that is Just starting out pay for. that carries out the organizationalchores. the community according to air a children's day care center.
this event is an especially notable simply cannot bring all of the required "We've committed tens of show director Sandy Furches. Douglas and Furches both agree
accomplishment because, he says resources to put on an eventof thousands of dollars before the first Douglas says that Barnett Bank Is "We have attornies and vice that the air show, is a "win win"
frankly, most air shows Just don't such a demanding scale." ticket is sold," Douglas comments."So the air show's flagship sponsor. presidents, business owners event that has a number of benefits.So .
last much past their third or fourth Douglas says that there's not as you can imagine, there is a They, along with other businesses, housewives, retiree's, schoolteachers ,they say, the ris.cs! are worth the
year.Douglas. much about an air show that is inex- tremendous risk involved." sponsor the individual acts that ap men, women, kids and rewards.
says that while the pensive. Fuel costs for a single act Air show public relations director, pear at each event. Once the acts clubs. But everybody in the group "We raise some money for several
popularity of air shows Is growning, can cost hundreds of dollars. The Duffy Soto, agrees that the up-front have been secured, the corps of simply has one goal and they work good causes, show off our community -
organizing and putting on such an show must carry a tremendous commitments make a new venture volunteers go to work organizing the toward accomplishing It-that beinga to outsiders, throw an event the
event is a very expensive and amount of insurance, the premiumfor into the air show business a bit risky. event into an entertaining and fun- successful and safe air show." whole family can enjoy, and have,
massive undertaking. which a single weekend can coatJoan's "There's too many things that filled weekend. Furches says that the yearly event ourselves, a little 'Jun In the
----- have to go right In order to have a Soto,who has been associated with plays a major role In raising needed process."
successful show." Soto Says. the show for the past four year,says funds for several charitable causes. And they've been doing it for 10
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Court. I \I

Thomas Brooks charged James H. Rodgers pled no contest three days'in jail. Rudolph Carter pled no contest I
DUI, DWLS; $910.25 bonds disorderly intoxication; costs Wanda Jean Glover pled no con- possession of drug paraphernalia;
suspended,dismissed. test battery;sentenced to three days fined 12025. I
William Alvarez pled no contest In Jail. Michael Dale Brown pie dno con-
'f{ Court disorderly Intoxication; $52 court test Inflicting injury on another;fin
D. Blanton pled no contest costs. ed $242.50, take safety course and I
James Frank Moss, Jr. pled no
without a license; provided contest criminal mischief Tri Coun- present proof.
; with carelessoperation
license, dismissed, costs David Jim Browning pled no con Brown charged
Probation be
If your ty six months, to plac- of boat; dismissed. ,I
test disorderly intoxication fined
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planning a Scott Hudson pled no contest $190,Tri County Probation six mon waived,make restitution,violate no Mark S. Doss pled no
future, call of drug paraphernalia; ths, violate no laws, take antibuse,' laws. criminal mischief;fined$137.50,Tri :
to 20 days in jail, forfeit attend AA meetings. County Probation six months, make
restitution,attend counseling.
Dean Padgett pled no con- Frederick Lee Sanders pled no Timothy Leggette pled no contest
Alex Allen Frizzell charged
trespass; court probation 90 contest trespass; 30 days in jail. retail theft; Tri County Probationsix
possession of drug paraphernalia
violate no laws, $52 court ; Lawrence W. Slocum pled no contest months,fined 12025.
dismissed. possession of drug paraphernalia Leggette charged with petit theft;
Hampton pled guilty issuing ; sentenced to ten days In jail. Tri County Probation six months,
chock; restitution has Mark S. Doss pled no contest op-- Robert Earl Terrell fined$120.25.Leggette I
made, dismissed. pled no con- pled no contest loitering,
posing officer without violence; six test possession of drug paraphernalia -
Marie Hayes pled guilty prowling; fined 12025. _
months Tri County Probation,fined Trl County Probation six .
theft; one year Tri County $137.50, attend counseling. months, seek counseling for FrizzeD, Alvarez, Slocum and
fined $120.25, violate no Anthony D.French pled no contest treatment, violate no laws, fine Hudson were arrested Aug. 25 dur-
retail theft; found guilty, sentenced $120.25. ing Rock Pile II.
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September 211!. I'MU! .TKI.KIllCAI'll.TIMKS&MONrrOlt: : : : : PuiEiH

I Obituaries I

C.D. 'Danny Dobbs heartfelt thanks for their
many expressions -
Charles Daniel 'Danny' Dobbs 22 Card of ThanksWe of sympathy For the food
of Lawtey, died Monday Sept. 25 In desire to express to our kind that was provided, the beautiful
University Hospital of Jacksonville neighbors and thoughtful friends our floral offerings, and prayers. .j
following a sudden aCcident. Family of Margaret Bass OFFICE OF

Born Sept. 28,we in Jacksonville, LANSING J. ROY
Mr. Dobbs moved
to Lawtey four
c months ago from Jacksonville. He 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
was manager of the Hendricks Ave. The '.
Texaco Station and was a Baptist. ; Keystone: Heights, FL 32656
Survivors include his wife, Phyllis
t : Jean 'Penny' Stalnaker Dobbs; one 473-7256
V; daughter, Hollie Ellcla pobbs; his
'If "'1 parents, Charles Burton and Sharon ,
'Carr DPbbs'of Lawtey; one sister Chiropractic ANNOUNCING:
h Melinda Sue Dobbs
I' brother-in-law, William R.
Jr., also of Lawtey; one niece and Center LLL "A Full Service Law Finn"
nephew, Tiffany and William R.
Gatlin, Hi; maternal grandmother, OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr V.A. Berry 5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal
Frances Carr of Jacksonville; pater
nal grandparents Casey &Christine .AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES
Dobbs of Jacksonville. HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN Personal Injury & Wrongful Death; Bankruptcy Law Informal
Funeral services will be held Fri, NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS ;
day, Sept. 29 at 10 a.m. in First Bap- :MID-BACK/SIIOULDER PAIN CONTROL Creditor Workouts; IRS & Department Revenue Negotiations;

Wallace tist Church Criggs of Lawtey officiating., with Inter-Rev. Divorce & Family Law; Wills & Probate; and Criminal Law

ment Riverside will be Memorial at noon on Sept.Park 29 in in HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 (DUI Felony Misdemeanor: Juvenile)

Jacksonville, under the direction of
Jones: Funeral Home o(Starke.
864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)

James Henderson, Jr.
James D. 'Bo'.Henderson, Jr., 86,
of Keystorie, died Sept. 21 at his
residence following an extended il

lness.Born Mar. 272 1903 ia Sanford, '
Ala., Mr. Henderson moved to Ft. I I
White in 1940, then 'Keystone in
1950. He attended St. Anne's _
Episcopal Church in Keystone. He
was a retired retail and wholesale
lumber dealer and was a boar
member of the Keystone State Bank. R
Survivors Include May Grundy
Henderson of Keystone; two
daughters, Louise H. Grange and
Carolyn Rahn both of Jackspnville; _
three sisters, Eleanor Cru her of
Savannah, Ga.,'' Annie Mae Mc-
Creary of Pensacola, and Mary
Janice Thornton of Destin Fl.; and
five grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were
held Sept. 25 in St Andrews *
Cemetery in Darien, Ga., with Rev.
W. Birt Sams' officiating. Ar-

rangements were handled by Jones _

Funeral Home.In _______ __
lieu of flowers, donations may 4R \
be made to: North Central Fla.

Hospice Gainesville, Fl.P.O.32604.:Box; 15235, Feel the 1 dctgic! iILriiillllifT \

Infant Aaron Les-t Thornton _

Aaron Les Thornton,, 13 month old t _
son of Lessle Aaron and Ann
Luevinda Thornton of Starke, died
Sept. 22 at his home following a brief

illness.Born Jitfy 26, 1988 In Jacksonville, SUMME EAU
the Thorntons moved to Starke one
year ago from Orange Park. The
family are of the Baptist Faith.
Other survivors include his sister
tna', ffrsn"paryntii
RsoiKrners of Middlcburg; and paternal a Y
grandparents Richard and i II I- .
Carolyn Thornton of Raiford. -
Graveside funeral services were
held Sept. 24 at Crosby Lake I
t Cemetery with Rev Dennis Jones
officiating. Arrangements were
handled by Jones Funeral Home of

Card of Thanks.

Words are inadequate to expressour I -. t .
appreciation to everyone for the,1
concern shown during our recentloss. _
Thank you for the kind words, It I
flowers cards, food and especiallyyour I

Special prayers.thanks to the employees of

the Bradford County School Board, LEBARONCOOPE'
U of F Civil Engineering Surveyingand
Mapping, the members of
Bethel Baptist Church, Beulah Bap- FACTORY .
tist Church, Bradford Baptist 0% FINANCINGOR$2OOO
Church and Madison St. Baptist FACTORY CASH BACK OOR
Church. Some LeBaron Coupe standard features: )
The Family of Chris Hall 5-Llter Injected Engine Electronically Fuel CASH BACK

Card Thanks : Wheel Disc Brakes
Message artd Mini Trip Computer CING
We would like to thank our many
friends for their acts of love and
kindness, their prayers, for the food
and beautiful flowers, cards we
received and for the donations that Q ,
were made to the Hospice Founda-

tion. ,
thanks to Jones Funeral ... ,
Special r. .- "
Home for their kindness. May the .. .
t ,
"_ ,
,. ._' ''.i:., : f-._ ,
good Lord bless each of you. ,- ,- ,-' .
The Family of Fede S.Scott

Wlthandardreaturesl1ke, : ;
WD/Salvation Army NCJNGOR, 2.5-Lter Dual Balance Shaft e$500CASH* ...,Q1UIIUBACK*

Report "War AgainstHun Engine A few Landau standard features:
$1 JO '. Fuel Over SO standard features Including
Electronic InjectionCarLike
er" r. ,BACK and 2.5-Llter Electronically Fuel Crystal Key 5/50 Burn r-to-
EVEN IT UP the combined effortof standard Handling Forking Bumper Owner Care rVogram"Automatic
Plus these features:, .Tbwer-Asslsted Brakes Injected EngineFtowerAsslsted
Winn Dixie Mores, Inc. and The Power-Assisted Brakes Steering Temperature
Salvation Army to fight hunger in 1.5-Llter Electronically Fuel tower-Assisted: BrakesRemoteControl Control Air Conditioning
communities across the Sunbelt,has Injected Engine Trunk Release Ultradrtve Transmission
raised over $120,000 they announced FtontWheeJDriveRackandPlnlon Raver-Assisted Steering and
Front and Rear Anti-Sway
Brakes tower Windows and
today. -rl
Bars with Gas-Charged -
Since the program was Introducedin Steel-Belted Radial Black and Shocks Door Locks
January Winn-Dixie customers Sldewall Tires AM/FM/ StereorIB"
have responded to the opportunity to
EVEN UP their total grocery bill to
the next dollar for the hungry.On .
example, the customer simply tells .INC.
the cashier to "Even It Up" to Jsi 105O N.Orange Avenue frt
West Madison Street
difference isautomatically / ,FL
2500. The 25 cents S lark FL tCove Springs
credited to the "EvenIt 1 /u.rrv.-rwn 984-9000 e. (904)2642416CHRYSLER
y9)) (904J
Up For The Hungry Fund". The ,, ;
tax deductible contribution appearson
the customer's-cash .register

The pennies, nickels dimes and CARUSO CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
donated by the customersgo (1951 AA1A Feast
quarters 2OI San Marco Avenue Hljdway
into a special fund for The Salva- 175O SouthsWe Blvd. St.Augustine.FL 4tikyegl-8I0
tion Army which Is responsible for. : : Jacksonville.FL (904J 829-6531 r (
identifying the families with the (904 723-7300
Winn-Dixie trade '
greatest need MOTTCHKYSU
ar.a certificates redeemable al >BECKCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH RIVER CITY' INC. >I *FWVOWrH.INC.
Food ,
90 tUveOetFL
u s.HIIJ1wIIY!
stores are disbursedby CIIRY1736aesar
all Wlnn-Dlxle AvenueJacksonville.
The Salvation Army to needy i 3323 BtlaUuiFL Reid Street I .FL- (...,".)......-J0C2
nutritionally,important -
households for (904)323-6863 (904J389-7792
items such as dairy

products perishable, produWt fresh and smoked -, Plglt1tJulfj : ... ....... nd. iJ toutrbody ru. dIaf-IIt- SUM_trfdou.''PihlR i
,... TO.OOO mix limited en{;loe.X>s rti4 ig >
7 or
distribute meats which from non-refrigerated are difficult to I .'s.'On*.ekcl coor" oil new year B9Mock.SO.OOO.shomeimA.PH.Hr mite,. limited mn........,' ..b<>rorquallll'.5er Afcwr .lr1clloo buyers lhn..pplv''iHh Chry E".thiiinormiMm,,ltrrCirdll.Umner.,lnl.term mnce....dtu.tment..nd*....IUbl 1cf"ilJ2ri'5mtincmil .' '! .-

food banks.,ThejwafBrflmJanJC18 the
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milted to the Bradford cleared and mostly cleared, levelled
County RIVERBEND ESTATES. lot .19- 1989>> .
and landscaped, call 964-6300
Telegraph office In and in TFN
writing paid .
/41180. 3BR. 2 bath mobile home l 1174
advance unless credit Is already 9 ACRE TRACT:4 acres of mature pines
established with this off ic.. acre land price negotble call 904- 5 acres of improved drained property .
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 246-8830 4 9 pecan trees fruit trees, mobile home
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 6R. 2 BA DoublewIda well septic. Great building site for
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER on 2 acres with fish pond. Has small ranch.Located i mile from Starke
THE TELEPHONE. CH/A. Barn. $300/Month or. Sell for Golf Course., 34900. 964-8602 aftor !
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON 30000. 782-3558. .- 6 pm. 9 s ( ,
prior to Thursday publication. I' ,' : I tr 1 1II 20 ACRES of land for sale. One mile
Classified display deadline TUESDAY II : \NIM\.. .!," "t. SlJJ.4. ,,. ''I North of Starke. All or part $2000 per :
5.00 P.M. Special Classified display ", 1 .r"f acre.negotiable. Call 964-7900 alter
placement is NOT Guaranteed. ''r. t\l1E\\: ., l 5pm 9BROOKER s ,

Minimum charge for classified ads Is WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE AREA from $295 down, $89 .
15 word for $3.50. then 15 cents for HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It per month, 1-5 acres rolling oaks and )
each word thereafter. $1 billing chargewill Works!) Now available for cats too. meadows. Ideal for small farm or '

be added to each CHARGED Gator Farm Supply.Ole Glory Feed country home. 10 miles North of ,
classified ad.CARSTRUCKSVANS.. ftGoldkist. 6 s Gainesville. Mobile ok.no qualifying I :
HORSES FOR SALE: Uver colored Morgan FREE BROCHURE. Owner/Broker
[ quarter horse. Excellent for beginners 377-9977 9 e
very easy to work with also 100 ACRES: six room house and bam.
89 CHEYENNE TRUCK with ground Welch and Pasaphina Cross pony for Owner will finance $2000/acre call
effect.full size. v-8. 305 hp maroon experienced riders only. Price negotiable 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN
gold fully eqyipped.am/fm.Sspeed.a/ sale or trade call 468-1316. RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964-
c.tJntedwindows.sliding back glass 4 6 I 8878LAND-21/2 acres with well A
months old.SIOOO dn assume pymts. FOR SALE. 2 HORSE TRAILERS excellent !- septic EZ owner financing.up North of : : : : ::
call anytime, 904-289-9647 condition 1984 and 2 year old Lawtey or South of Hampton RALPH !
2 s filly quarter horse and throughbred BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878 TFN ,
see to
appreciate 782-3773 6 s LAWTEY ACREAGE:with road .
$700. call 964-7275 FOR SALE SOW. 1 yr. old female. Call for details MATHEWS REAL,
Approx. wt. 100 'Ibs. 9642594. 964-4469. TFN I
III'n\JJ\I: ....H.Rpr\ rX.1 FREE TO GOOD HOME: Female WolfHusky 5 ACRES: Riveraccess. 13500. Tradeor ,
/' :Rf: 'r.dtSt'it'C'OFFICE : ; pup. 10 Mos 964-2594.. discount for all or half cash. 964-
8170.9 Starke
SPACE. 500 sq ft for rent on Hwy
301. Starke. Apply at Durranca Pump 'YARD'SALHSj.STRICKLAND ; ( ) / .
6. Supply. 964-7061 TFN SEWING MACHINE
3 s REPAIR also used machines$29 and ril-j
GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM up. Completely reconditioned also ,
KOA/WAL MART. Hwy 301. 2000 iq homemade quilts $50 and up. Hwy
ft, $600 month 964-8348 evenings 233&16(Morgan Rd.)964-8733. TFN

473-3627 TFN 3 s 1226 Bradford Street, Friday and Saturday ,
FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED 8-Spm Tools household items. 1
. 1000 sq ft fast food location across 7GARAGE I '
from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8843 eve- SALE waterbed computer '
nings 473-3627 TFN 3FOR table chair china and much more. REALTOR &
s SR 16 3rd house on right past
SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office Brownlee Roadgoing towards Railord.
space: 3000-9000 sq ft. located at 912 RAiford Rd. 8am until. Saturday 49:&' ON SANTA FE RIVERA
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine only. 7 nature lovers paradise Large
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- GARAGE SALE, Sept 30. 8-2pm. 204 S. lot In a restricted subdivision. Only 7
5294 TFN 3 s Glenn St (off hwy.230)) china closet, Springs exit. Owner will finance with
STORE FOR RENT. 1000 SQ FT. 30L bunk beds. dothes-aduH/childrens ,
linens, household items toddler seat _
12x65 furnished mobile home secluded
6784 TFN 3
sAMERICAN and more. 7 north of Gainesville 1 mile south of
GARAGE SALE: Sat only 8-3. Toys, property has 5 cleared acres for garden
'MQ.UtS.nOMES'I. 'I children clothes etc.. Rainbow vacuum wooded Call for directions. Assumable I
cleaner$500 FIRM;Singer 2001 4040
I !
Touchtronic Sewing machine. $300
FIRM; Singer Ultralock Serger Gainesville
FAMILY HOMES. NEW/ 14U64A $300. 401 S. Epperson SL, Bus. ((904))
USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGE Starke, 964-5295. -
PARK2720637.> 4

repair on one acre well. septic and Classified Ads
I two sheds. Located In Crosley Trailer = :"
Park, near Hampton. $15.000 or make Get Results I "i 0 \o
offer. Call 964-4271 4 .t \ : .

BYO Wi +,

43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home I

Beautiful Lake Lots) On Paved i'r

Hawthorne .................................
I Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2

In Alachua County

e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4


200 Acres nearTheressa ...........
>a Building Lots in Smokerlse

e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... I
Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on

Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB President e 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone

DUAL HOUSINC1: REALTOR e New 2 BR 2 BA Homes in .
e Commercial Building on

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. BRADFORD LAND &

Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette St. Ronald E.

LAKE ACCESS Beautiful oaks, 1 acre with doublewide, In Keystone ;
area./159.89 Instant Financing e No Points a

*EXECUTIVI HOME Will do 'lease purchase. 13889. .
*FIVE ACRES: $3,300 per Acre. 4)44-89)
*IN GROUND POOLs 3 BR. 2 Ba. nice acre. 1127-89.
*LAKE ACCESS Acr., quiet and In the country. 1160-39. I I

owner*LARGE financing.CORNER 1136-69.LOTi/ 270x322x243 In Country Club Estates. Asking $12,500 with I

NICI 2 BR MH on .93 acr*. Quiet area. Priced to sell at $17.000.1149-89 i OUTLAW 4
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT In Lawtey. 1000. Can be used for mobile home. A ;ralty a
steal at 3000. 198-39.
*CORNER LOT In the city. 75x220.:: May be divided Into two building lots of WM4522STARKE
75x110. Owner anxious. An zavzrfent buy at $12,500.102.89.. Ft.
*BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMI on this high dry lot 292x200. Can be divided Into *J
189-89 two parcels 146x200. A great buy at 19900. All this and owner financing too.

*2BR. 1BA NEAR TOWN Large corner lot. Fully fenced, patio with built-in BBQ. to rtsarat
I Laundry area ft family room. Only asking 36900. '
*BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED 3BR. 1'/ Ba, brick home, large oak trees, back yard
potioO town prlceb lOr quick sole. 4138-89 .
*HANDYMAN FIX-UP: 2BR. 1 BA $14,500.1145-9
1 BEAUTIFUL ACRE with 3BR. IBo. brick veneer. Reduced to $40.000. 4148-89./
WHAT A BUY I Better than new:
*9 1/4 ACRE with 4BR 2Ba CB CHSA kitchen equipped. 48000. 115088.
hear nice '
*LOVELY RESTORED HOME on Walnut St., hardwood floor. CHIA many fin.quoll'I. Whirlpool pump: ? '
A at$.4',
... Priced to sell.. 1151.89 Buy
*CALL STREET Nice remodeled office, has B-2 Zoning. 4155-89./
*BEST AREA 3BR. 2Bo CH4A brick 1405 .. '
*LOT 100x109 Zoned B2. Between Washington ( Hwy. 16E. 4154-89
*HIGHWAY 16 WEST: 4/2V4. CHCA, 1496 s.f.
*LAWTEY Nice large 3BR. 2Bo CB. CHSA. Reduced to .45.900.183.
INCOME PROPERTY 4/2 Home, plus 8
*RAIFORD Nice house, approx. 2,000 sq. ft. on 1 Acre. Call to view
property. 410689RENTALS *FENCED YARD all appliances, convenient ) f fI
*IN BROOKER Frame Home Walk to I '
I *REDUCED Brick, CHSA ov.rZOOO:: s.f.. In a
: BR Duplex, Center St. $200/Mo.
*OWNER FINANCING: 2 story frame, 4/2 :
-2 BR HOME. Water St.. $275/mo.
FRAME with cedar siding /I. rge a ref
-2 BR 2 Ba Mobile Home, Theressa $285/mo.
*EPPERSON STREET 4 BR/1900 s.f. home.
EXECUTIVE HOME: 4BR, IViBa, on Hampton Lake.
i *PlNllnIZlI/DI well kept brick. 3/1 Vt. '
-3 BR HOUSE Crosby Lake, $450/mo.
/ *FRAME 3/1 on 3 acres, 38x30 pole born | a
, .After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: '*CEDAR HOME on I acre CH4A range a

s 'Ire... L. Faulkn.r..9".5U2 *THREE ECONOMY HOMES ranging from $
*FARM HOUSE: CHAA on 28 acres 2 barns; a
; Darlene Godwin.....468-2503
; C .
*BRICK 4 BR 2Vi Ba CHBA FP, Rnge
, : r'1 Warren Wood/ Ryder..964-9MO( *'IN STARKE Close to hasp.. CB, 3/1. CHCA I !
*LAKE COTTAGE on clear sand-bottom lake.: a
, *LARGE LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30: :
COMMERCIAL South US 301.3 acre plu.
k'' WELL A SEPTIC! TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned ( ) a ,
Call One 'of.Our Professionally *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick t cedar farm :
f *LAWTSY AREAs nice, home,'CH&A, on 1 'ocr ; ( a

fTraLned{ Staff. Today....!964'5069, .LAKE LIVING AT"ITS BEST. ,Beautiful' high a

After flours Call These Realtor Associates: Call us A a

'Irene L. Faulkner.....964-5142
,x' Darlene Godwin.....461-2503 BUILDING LOTS / '

.Warren "Wood/ Ryder..964-9040 We Invite Inquiries .On '

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;, :,JHr.tHj\VJ\'N'If: [;I);, ,, FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES
1 I ANYONE CAN APPLYI Guaranteed Visa/ RECEPTIONIST: To work In the Stark to the Lake Region Monitor office United Methodist Church. Immediate COMMERCIAL SPACE available In FOR SALE
MC, US charge.Even with bad In writing and In advance for all Height 2 location: 700 tq.
credit. and Polatka/ opening present and future
No one refulled. Call 213-925-9908 School office Requires High unless credit It already established choir.. Salary based ft.a 1000 sq. It.High traffic and visibili MOBILE HOME and lot. 1979 12ft wide
ext. U4424. 15 a Diploma,, plus two year expo with this oftlca.MONITOR 473-3829: for further Information.experience.Call ty In both 'location 473-3193 or 2BR/IBA on corner lot. Must sell under
1 ATTENTION HIRING! Government rience.Ability lo type 60 CWPM.Good STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4tchg/9-14-28/10-3 473.7683,1.av3 message. 7/6 tfnchg appraised value. Make off.r.
Jobvs- organizational skids with ability to work MOBILE HOME- 2 a 3 bedroom, 13881850. 2tchg9.28/10-5
your area. RESPONSIBLE partially
$17,840$69,485 FOR FULL TIME
wet with the MISTAKES COOK-Needed at New Life
pubNo a must $135
Call 16028388885. ext. R3493.ATTENTION Background and skills hi CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Ac r... 475-2108. 2tchg92l28.ATTINDANTAIDIThurdaySunday. a month up. 473-7566
data or 4737810.
15 a proo.ssleg THE TELEI'HONE.Cla..lfled 17 tpd 6/8.9/28

I 1' : EARN MONEY READING reception beoofidal.Poihkxi responsible deadline I I. 11:00: a.m.Tue.. morning Must be patient responsible, ON LAKI GENEVA Furnished offlclen- YARD SALES
admission and service de- cy. laundry and dock
BOOKS I$32.00Olyear Income polen- livery day prior to Thursday publication. with good r.f.r.nc... McRoe Retire facilities. $275
of .
tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885. ext. Bk $9.000-I3.000.reporting plus clients benefits.Salary Deadline range: Minimum charge.to$3.50 for IS word, m.nt. 4732881. 4tchg/9-28 p.r 7/6tfnchg month.plus deposit. 4732919. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Saturday, 8
12688.15 then IS a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 6142 CR352.
cent for each additional word. FULL TIME POSITION Qualifications Watch
for :
I EARN $5 TO $10 PER applications October 2.IS69. Send Mailing address be able IDEAL RETAIL Oil OFFICI SPACE-21 N. for sign 1tpd9/28
HOUR part lime resume : P.O. Box 1171 must ta work with children
to.Personnel across
street from
: OrficeBradford- Horde..
or full time. For Information call Ra- Putnam-Unlon. Guidance Clinic Keystone HI*., Fl 32656FURNITURE 6wk. old to 12 yrs license Number $275, adjoining 2O'X32',350.: 473-4375 12'X32'*
mona 782-3068.AVON 030444.: 473-2132.
TFN Inc.PO BoJC399SIarke.Fl. 32091 EO6 2tchg9-28/IO-3 7/13tfnchg FOUND
COURSE part-time.
degree experience
only Starke across from MILLERS-Necklace. Call
1 office. HS lake. 3BR/2BA. deck'
diploma plus four Ig
4 weeks call 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real preferred. Please call gazebo attached 473-2195 to ID.
years experience. Ability to type SO w/garden
Estate College. 15 .73.41821415-2194.2Ichg8/31.917 pace. TWO I'UPI'IES'one
I $$CHRISTMAS CASH$$ s CWPM. Good organizational skills' LIVE-IN $450. mo. Rent, Deposit $450. Call 413-2195. mo"/0 f.mal.
Make ATTENDANTThursdaySundaymorning.
: $1500- required, with 4 PC LIVING ROOM MT- good condition 4732667. 2tchg9-2B/10-5
$2000 by Thanksgiving., Join the SU- IBM System 39 working need knowledge d.Polidon of $273.. micro-wave cart w/door Must be responsible patient TOWN HOUSI 657 Breeiy Way. 2tfr/9-21-28
PER PARTY PLAN CO. to with refs. across
good McRoe Ret. 473-2881.
HOUSE $25.00. larg wooden rocking chair from KH
responsible payrol cash receipt, Elementary School. 2BR/1 2/2
OF LLOYD 2tchg/9-7-l4
DEMONSTRATOR. No accounts $50.00. 2 bar stool $5.00 each. BA. stove, refrigerator, dishwasher
Investment. FREE $300 kit. Last two Pr payable: filing audit 473-0576. Hcha9/28 WATKINS:Famous for spfcos,flavorings, furnished. Hook-up for washer and Classified Ads
weeks to hire. range:
for JII.OOO-JI7.000. plus benefits Dead- Nnamenta.and home remedies. Need dryer. Full garage. 4733681. Get Results
Info. Bobble. 904-752-0679) Nne for application October 2, (1989. Ilk. new $73.00 4732319. ltchg9/2B dealers high profits.Call collect,9047823068. 9/2Brfnchg
15 a Send Resume to.Personnel QUIIN Sill water bed $200.. china Rtl I Box 79.2. Lawtey Fl.
1 I S 4 S FOOD STORES employment opportunities Bradford-Putnam-Union: Guidance Office. cabinet' buffet $300.. twin bed headboards 32058. *15 15 k -

available for cashier and Clinic. lno.PO Box with rail S7S.OO, Curtls-Maihes ARE YOU GOOD WITH CHILDREN?We
manager trainees., Benefits Include 32091. EOF *1S 399Starke. Fl. Horn Entertainment Center $500., Living need an in-ou-home careperson for I IV2
15 ( Union
JOB ADVANCEMENT.paid ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading room set $300. 6592966. lchg9/28 and 4 yrs old boys. Am flexible. County Area AdS] I IREAL
vacation.slck leave profit sharing booksl) $32.000 year Income potential. COUCH. CHAIR-coffe table. end table, Two young mothers could Job share,
health insurance and two 4-d_ drsen, 3drawerdresser
credit union. Details)I-602-838-8885 ext BK I2688. one eta Will pay min. wage. Call Gall,
Apply Lake Butler Hwy 100 one 6-drawer dresser with 473-0288. 4M5 15
15 a JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA. mirror. Trundle bed*. Stereo with ESTATE
I EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble Openings available In several areas speakers. Typewriter washing PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOMES

products at home. Call for In- will train. For Info. call : 3I2-742-8620. machine.473-2687. ltchg/9/28 9 to 30 ACRES with large concrete barm. FOR SALE
ext 362.
formation. 504-64l-8003ext 9579 1155 SOFA BfDQun-iie and Alto,
ATTENTION matching SEWING MACHINES NOT WORKING- new doublewlde on 1 aero or
PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS RTC books! $32,000: EARN year MONEY Income potential.reading loveseot. Excellent condition. $323. Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. larger In country. Call .496-3939 days 190 "'xSO' 2 bed 1 bath. $6995.00 FOB
Transportation a company with a future Details. 1-602-838-8885. ext BK3493. 475-3162.ltwp/8-24 Work guaranteed. Used machine. $50 "".1595, evenings, tfn/chg. 6/22. $350.00 down payment
has openings professional ATTENTION-HIRINGI and up. 7/20 tfnchg DOUBLEWIDE I ACRE custom built 2 $97.00/month. Call 755-5114. Circle B
ers. RTC offers a $200 sign up bonus, your area. 1784069485.) Government Jobs CARS-TRUCKS, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-ond drain line b.droom. Fenced with large oaks. Home. Lake City FL. 4tchg 9/7 thru
top mileage pay retirement a spouse Call 1-602- relayed. Price reasonable. Bradford Owner financing available. Must tell. 9/28.
ride policy and other excellent bene- 838-8885. ext.R3493. 415 MOTORCYCLES Septic Tank, Starke. 9648121. Call 496.3939 days. 494-1S9S, evening BANK REPOS 1985 and up. $500.00 down
fits.You be NEEDED YESTERDAY Oranglst and choir 7/6tfnchg *. tfn/hg. 629.GOVERNMENT .
must at least 23.have one on 14' wide, 1000.00 down
year OTR tractor/ trailer experience, Director for small church, salary nego- ATTINTION-Covernment .el and pass DOT physical. Call todayl tiable, call 475-1721.6 am to 3pm vehicle from $100. Fords M.rc d.*, HOUSE OUT OF LIVEL'-Call LaRu.Leveling repair). Delinquent tax property. You can buy. Call 755-5114. Circle B
FULL TIME POSITION for Chevy, Corvette Surplus Service for all Repossession Call
1-800-622-4782 s experience Buyer your foundation 8056876000. Ext. Homes Lake City FL. 4tchg. 9/7 thru
| NATIONAL FAST FOOD RESTAURANT Seamstress to manage and assume full Guide. 1.602-838-8B8S Ext.AI4027. repair. Keystone 4737721. 7/9TFN GH-1136 for currant repo llt. 8/24 9/28.

is locally seeking qualified fast food responsibility rqr' alteration shop and 3lpd/9-29/10-5-12 HOUSE CLIANING-let the 01. Mold. 8lpd. 1012.BEAUTIFUL (CIRCLE B HOMES) I I. your factory outlet'
managers. Excellent opportunities for pick up and drop off dry cleaning unit Clean your house for you. Call Elaine at 19 ACRESon paved road In for Clayton homes. Built In lake City
growth 5 day work week salary nego- Must be mature with positive personal- ANIMALS 4730042.4lchg9728.PAINTINO'INTERIORIXTIRIOR. Union County timber large oak Sold In Lake City. Come see where
tibla. Interviews and resumes will be ity. Apply In person at New Method Call today Gal. Bartlett, Daniel your money I I. going. Call 7555114.
kept confidential. Send resume: Manager Cleaners 311 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. 2 AKC VORKIIS-free to.elected horn of Reasonable rate. 475-2474. call after 5 Cropp Agency Inc. 4962776. Clrcl. B Homes Lake City Fl. SAVE!
PO Drawer A. Starke. Fl. 32091 WATKINS: Famous for spices, flavorings retired person or persons 2 Yorkle 2 p.m. 2tchg/9-7-28 SAVE I SAVE! 4tchg. 9/7 thru 9/28.
| NEED LIVE IN BABY SITTER to take care Nnament.and home remedies. NecJ 'yrs old I female' I male. Both neutered.poyecI.413.7400.1tpd921 CERT. NURSES AIDE-Want to sit with PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOME 24 x" ,1st clot hope.
dealers high profits. Cal collect S04- senior citlten-my house or
of one child IN NEW YORK,will pay for Nancy4733872. yours. Set-up on your lot. 4962284. llpd 98.
762-3068. All Box 792 Lawtay Fl. 2tpd/9.21-28
air fare, call 964-6I08 15 15 LIGHT HAULING-Chain sawing yard BABYSITTING In my home. Powell MH
| CLERK/TYPISTMust type 60 wpm. part CONS?UCTION WORKERS:to$18 nrfy. HOMES FOR SALE work odd job. Call Villa. Number 8. Monday Friday. CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION
time 20-30 hrs. per week. Expect posi- painter, welder, heavy equipment 473-4055.2tpd/9-2l-28 $1.00 p.r hour per child. 4962387. Ask
tion to be full time salaried later. Fast operator start lmmedi tery..l-3SS- ONI LAKESIDE HOMI with Mparata PIANO LESSONS-Prlvate Instruction by for Laurie. Reference available. GOVERNMENT SEIZED
paced,expanding office.Petition opon. 5500. $15 15 s garage with 2 acre.$29.500 OO. or 2 qualified teacher with 15 yrs. exp. Itchg.9/21. VEHICLES from $100.00. Ford.
Must be experienced organized and DRIVERS to $715 wkly..k cal i Ionahual. lakeside home, 4 acre $53.500 OBO. 475-5808. 2tchg/9-21-28 LET ME CLEAN YOUR HOUSE In Starke Mercedes, Corvette, Ch."., .. Surplus
medical terminology helpful. Can Ruth Permanent some will Valet.... 55- Keystone Height area. 1-659-2779 TYPING IBM word perfect 5.0 papers and Lake Butler area. Reasonable Buyer Guide. 1-602-838-8885
or Beverly at 1-800-342-8601 for appointment 5500. *15 15 a 7/20 tfMllo Oil/These, legal letter, etc. 473-9468 rate and I have excellent reference. EXT.A9127. 3tpd. 9/28. 10/5 10/12.
In Starke,UPJOHN SALES PERSON WANTED,excellent : FOR SAL CM LEASE < 3 M/2 BA luxury 2tpd 9/28-10/3 Call Kim or Lisa anytime ol 4962387. FORD pick-up rebuilt 289 engine, new
HEALTHCARE SERVICE 15 good advancement Wo provide train-pay. conda. Garage, screened porch WILL BABYSIT In my home. Experienc 2lchg. 9/14 9/28. tire, good condition. 431-1261

I SECRETARY: Madison/ Street Baptist leg and private office. ealloday..9646407. overlooking weekend. lagoon.. 7/27 473-3267 eveningsor ed. 4734584. ltchg9/28 anytime. $900.00. Itpd. 9/28.
.15 tfnchg HELP WANTED 16 FORD F100 PICKUP REbuilt 289
Church 30 hours Typing. Personable 15 LOVELY 3BR/1BA BWCKMome. for .al*
engine. New tire,
964-7557"' 1515 a or ,lea**, formal LR/DR fully equipped R. V. DURRANCE $900. Call 431-1261, good anytime. Itpd.
kitchen Separate laundry room-2 1/2 BE ON TV many needed for commercial 9/28
n car garage on half-acre with pond. PUMP & SUPPLY *. Now hiring all age*. For casting '83 RENAULT ALLIANCE Auto.
: 4-Dr.
THe cityof itakYng Many extra $79.900. OBO 659-2966. Information call 1(613)779-7111( ) ext.T946. .
Hampton Cassette Air
t-t f ''""* '* ii i ..BRICKd14t '. ... w ._ 9/7 4tpd. 9/28.
n ii
] i Y 1-y' M IoiI Miles best
applications for >$ 'WITH i ..I n1b.WUW: ATTENTION HIRlKfCrGoVeVrunent |lobs *$15OQ or offer..Call: "4311568.2 -'h .,
a SUITI-3M/2B. office. fireplace, large WELL DRILLING your area. $17,840-S69,485. Call Union

temporary policeman. bright kitchen, whirlpool fenced yarr 2"TO 6"'PUMPS 16028388885.( ) ex*. R9127. 9/21 3tpd.
extra building lot, sprinkler system, Rotary 10/9. HOMES FOR SALE

Applications may be pickedup two wells, workshop detached 1BR. $350 A DAY Processing phone ordertl,
kitchen equipped apartment with People call you. No experience BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
from clerk at City Hallon garoge.$84.O03. .Viced to tell. n.ccitory. Call (refundable) bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swim
473-4961 _kdovs. Keystone Realty, 1(315)733-6062( ) exl. P3054. 9/21 4tpd. ming pool and otelllte. large oak.
Monday Wednesday or James E. Powell, -oker.ltchg/6/24 Vf 10/12. 119500. Call 496-3939. days and
FEDERAL STATE AND CIVIL SERVICE 454-1595. .".nlng.. tfn/chg. 6/22
Friday from 10-3. THey FOR SALE JOBS) $18,037-$69,405..lmm.dlal.hlr- 3 Bedroom Ham. wood frame 2
Ingl Your area. Call (refundable) fireplaces on shaded lot 3 ml. South of
must be received by October9th /FT.OARAOI DOOR-Wood. liken 1 a 1(518)459-3611( ) exl. F3448 for federal Worthington Springs, 4621170. tfnchg.

1989. _.'_ control with hardware. 111. 9/21 3lpd. 10/5 9/28.
$473. 475-1536.2lchg/9-2l-28 LAKE BUTLER APPAREL NEEDS YOU Are WOOD FRAME HOME Three bedroom
TORO MOWM-NEW. With rear grass you an experienced ample person or with 2 fireplaces on shaded lot. Three
catcher.Bought In May for$419-IHness 0Visit quality control person.Alto hiring pro- miles south of Worthington Spring
Applicants must be state forcing sole for $293 or trad for auto duction people and experienced Call 4621170. 9/28 tfnchg.
that runs. /73.2438.ltchg921.48REMINGTON Our Showroom bander. No experience necessary.
certified. ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER Good benefit, paid holiday and vocation FOR RENT
new $75.00 4731050. hchg9/28 For Your Plumb Ing Parts medical Insurance, profit sharing,
credit union and attendance bonu
CHEST FMUIR-GE 27cu.tt.:Colt $600.
August I9M under' warranty. $400. 964-7061 Apply In person at 650 S.E. 2nd Ave., OFFICE SPACE ISO W. Main Street.
firm. 4731068. 1tpd9/28 lake Butler. 9/21 2tchf. 9/28 $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
SINOER AUTOMATtC-completely recon 864 N.Temple Ave. Stark HELPER WANTED Locating and transporting FOR RENT 1987 FLEETWOOD. 2 bed 1
Assistant Director -F/C ditioned. Guaranteed. coil $589.00. EvM&Vreekenda: vehicle Only requlrememnt: both, A/C. very nice. Near School. In
Nursing : Pay repair bill $150.00. 473-7862 964-7578 need valid Florida Driver license read town. No pet*. Partially furnlihed.
Position available for RN with at least three years of ;COO.:: ,.o-,:., and write and live In Lake Butler area. 496-3760. 9/14 3tchg. 9/28
Call Jim at 496-3727, alter 3 p.m. LARGE QUITS MOBILE HOME LOTS Water
experience one of which must have been in a I
nursing year furnished. Provld.nc. 752-1122. 9/28
Food Service Supervisors: WATKINS:Famous for spices,flavorings,
supervisory or administrative capacity. A bachelor's Inaments,and home remedies.Need Itchg. 10SACROSS

in is This is administrative work We have several Correctional Officer positions dealers high profits. Cat collect 004- FROM LBMS:2'BR: home.$2251
degree nursing preferred. Preferapplicants 782-3068, R11 I Box 792. Lawtey FL Mo. plus SlSOVSec. Dep. CaN 964-
available in Food Service Department
assisting our Executive Nursing Director in formulatingand our 32058. 115 15 u 8602 after 8 p.m. 13

implementing policies and procedures. Includes : with experinece in food preparation, NOTICE

supervision of other RNs and LPNs. Annual Salary is sanitation procedures, and supervision. ,Applicants LAND FOR SALE

$26,150 $45,035. Actual starting salary is negotiable must be 19 years old, U.S. Citizen, high school LAND Will apply your Union Co. land CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-

depending on qualifications. Excellent benefits package. graduate/GED. .Salary range is $15.825 to $24,631 toward with equity'late In GAINESVILLE model mobile AREA home-5, milled In to writing the Union and County paid In Time advance office

Qualified applicants should submit a completed State of upon completion of training. Benefits package is cleared acre pasture, 2 horse stall, training with unless this credit office.I II already established

Florida Employment Application to: excellent. Qualified applicants should submit a' ing ring Souuthw.it and morel area.In nice Call, rapidly 496-1010 grow or THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

completed State_of Florida Emplqyment Applicationto 1-495-2500. CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN FOR AD MISTAKES IS TAKEN OVER IN
Personnel Manager BOOKER AREA From $29500: down. THI TELEPHONE. '
: $89.00 per month. 1-9 acre*. Rolling
Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 9
Union Correctional InstitutionP. oak and meadow Ideal for small
P.M.. prior to Thursday publication.
Personnel Manager farm home. 10 mile
O. Box 221 or country Northof Minimum charge I III 15 words for$3.50
Union Correctional Institution Gainesville. No qualifying. Mobile then 15 cent for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS .
Raiford Florida 32083 o.k. FREE BROCHURE. Owner/broker.
P. O. Box 221 377-9977.4tchg. 9/28 thru 10/19.
Phone: (904) 431-1212, ext. 203
Raiford, Florida 32083 t FOR SALE

Phone: (904) 431-1212, ext. 202
Opportunity/Affirmative Employer
Equal OR SALE Fresh ground grit and cornmeal.
904-259-3901. 9/21
$300.00 each or both for $150.00. Call 1012.LCR229 thru

.' 431-1022 llpd. 9/28.
'De Equal Opportunity Affmnative Action Employer FOR' SALE refrigerator dove, washer
Ahe .'- and dryer. Also appliance repair.
'rJTrane Call 496-2090. 11 pd. 9/28

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10 Y1AR ; ,
anyone 1 .i !!a1J on USAEImsmi l.fl 4'IiAh
contfortajite \
Small Loads of Limerock
Hy Large or
N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133
with. R 'fl'actor Work *, Backhoe Bulldozer'
h. J .. .. H.. -< H- '
: ,JiJ\9)4! =669 #
1.--. ; ,. 'No Pcrwn Payment
.. :
It'.bandbpiavidaslurtrtl.tseEr,. SERVICE Handl-HoUtt '

i"UW, ilt.dood..,.. --- = C&C iplnis964884J

oarpsorandooil, pb rsezmaesnaAna" HERITAGE VILLAS Portable Toilet Rental

the unit's+per:husbefBo on<7l1q> nAxr Tar for all occasion -
....,._.._lac.CoIf r 607 Bradford Court in Starke construction sites epecta1' Oarage 'I
today for man***>*MB*}1M TIMAF'XL / r
l:200hNI pump.Flmno- App1lcaUonl for Immediate occupancy are being accepted on Ibe events, company and U88 s

....iI. t& COWART'I zlia apartments. Monthly payments from $220 plus utilities.Hatldicapped family picnics and tent Storage
units are also ava11lble. Rental information and revivals. "'301 S.

Air Conditioning Contractors applkaNon1- are available CouitSttrVe at the Rental Office, 607 Bradford. Competitive twice a week Prices service with AcroaaFrom -

VMM" | Call Robert Barrcjr at

BesHss rc.d eosa.tl.Comb.Gtr oser-a'1fyeas. I' 964-8025- I Call 964-6216 1:= 1 Housing 209-788O or 259-3803 WalMartSeplember KOA/ ,

:urror r'g .. Moo -Fol.330 p.m._ "' OppommltyI' Glenn St. Marjr, PL, .

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-.. .. ,- PERSONA t Li SERVICES AIHitlith. "Arsenic; & Old Lace"

I r--: Sforke Ads J __ FORLRE.NrrAPARTMENT.2 .. ,'

BR.unfumished.upstairs HANDY MAN: Reasonable Rates PaintIng ll) 1 luithy Prevail of Arsenic
downtown, $200 per month, $100 security Plumbing, Electric & Home Repair The Bradford Community Players presented a performance
.. deposit, 9644990. #13 *. 25 Yr>. Experience. Woody, and Old Lace", a plav by .IOM l'l'h| Kosserling;: Thursday. Sept. 21, at 8
--- -- 13 I 964-9018 or Tommy, 964 8170. pm at the Woman's Club ol St.iiUc
FQRSAISE' .. 'I I'i '.IFORi'SALEfWHIRLPOOL; "\ -'- ) 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for rent, BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. INFANT TO The play was produced Ili.niiuU arrangements with Dramatists Play
J call 9648218. #13 13 SCHOOL AGE 6am.6pm.Mon.Fri Service, Inc. of New York Directed by Michael Crawford, the perfor-
I ron ';AI tHL'jH: mOUND GRITS GAS RANGE.originally! cost I Debbio.964-6341. 17 s' mance was absolutely hilarious, as it was, intended to be. Also Involved
ON KINGSLEY LAKE; 2 BR, 2 bath dou- PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE Barbara Thorp as slune: manager, Laura Conti, Chris
AND CORN MEAL $ 70 pa $569,now asking$200 about 2 years with the play were .
pond, call 904 259 3901 12s Old, call 9646821. #12 12HOUSE blewide mobile home. ch/a dish- ASSISTANT; wishes to do all of your Davidson and Pat Crawford ,i' ihr.ivford pnidiu lion committee, and Sue crum
I washer,private pier.752.4339or533- general'office work In own home. Have as publicity chairman.The .
rRESHCHAMNt I CATFISH DRESSED OF LLOYD'S OPEN HOUSE, 2602 #13 13 ( PC W/P Lotus 1,2,3.and others.15 years cast included l Patricia Ci; Ki AND DELIVERED LOCALLY $200 Come seeourdlsplaysandhearaboutour 2 BR HOUSE NEAR KINGSLEY LAKE experience.pick up anddoliver Lot's talk! chel Starling, Jodi Biilliiin C'hriUjvulhon, Laura Conti, Grover
PER POUND BUCKS CATFISH fantastic hostess plan. HOme clean, appliances $300 month, $200 Sharon only 473-9048 17 t (Howard, Michael Craw foul. KThurLday's ll \Vilson Jim Bray, Dan Cuddington and
call 5332755. #13
FARM,, !UfaJ4752.. LEAVE MESSAGE decor, Christmas toys and gilts deposit ( I i
12FIILL s Denny's Lounge, Oct. 1st at 3pmWHIRLPOOL FURNISHED 13 s APARTMENT 3 ROOMS: WANT TO DRINK THAT'S perfoi'miincii/ ., spi.nyncd" liv LiHle C'nesar's Pizza. Other.
( Gill CORD PICKUP TRUCK 12 s YOUR BUSINESSI WANT TO were Wilsons l<'loi'iM. I'IIItll1l'1I: h Drug Store, D.W. Whiffen, Optometrist I
bath $175 064-2796 sponsors
no :
"ART<1 (' 6,ronr and otc 964.754! REFRIGERATOR like now 13 pets STOP THAT'S OURS! and Stumps Depl Store.
964 dSf,9 12 st $250 Sigler oil heater and tank.160 ONE ACRE s LOT FOR TRAILER. has Alcoholics Anonymous 964.3619, The set was charming, wnli a lovely antique! sofa, buffet, fern stand and I
'LINSIRUMENTSASLOWAS condition, both $100 Rototillur. 964-8614 17WILL mood of the early I It9IOs.
gal. good ; tank and well. $50 month 5 964-4150 gooseneck phone. It was vt-rv fllcctive/ in setting the
"> PER MONTH. CALL 964s ,good condition,$150;new throw miles I I
from 964- .
> pillows, $20 pair. 1222 Bradford St, 8310 13 prison.8.Couples only, WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILDIn The portrayals of all characters, h\ the ast were excellent. "Arsenicand
I CR PLATES 964-7861 12 8 HOME.F'urnlshedorunfur- my home. HRS registered, 964- Old Lace" is a comedy about two\ ..ldl'll.I ,vents who are quietly! insane
ni, Moii'.uros 24x36 UPRIGHT FREEZER: Excellent condi 3 BR MOBILE : 3521. 17 s boaidci to "save them" from
>0 each Grant for patching tion. $200. FIRM. 7823558JFORREN'W. nished. In good location. $200/Mo; CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free estimates and poison prospective gentlemen discovers their habit
rs TElEGRAPH. 135 W $100/Month deposit.. Call 9648704. HANDYMAN FENCE CO. loneliness. The fun begins when their Sail nephew third adds
ill.a 12 s LII -: :; : owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. and their other insane nephew appears unexpectedly A nephew
_J '
Huoseu-il !
he !Is Teddy
)iI SALE IN ROLL Arthur FOR'SALiErRALPH TFN 17 sWELL to the hilarity by believing
'2 3140 12 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,3 1/4 miles HOMES DRILLING PUMPS & SERVICE: The performance was attended! hy II.mlll.: ( ; but highly appreciative Lila audience -

PORTABLE South of Starke on 301.Private,clean, 1 BRYAN REALTY.964-8878 Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water Including YOIII's It'uly. Alsl) IIIlleallendlng\ the were Muse
bUildings. Hazel ,
Fri and
no pets, 9645687. 13FRESHLY BEST FUY: 3/1 frame ch/a, in town$26OvCREDUCED$2.500.3BR. systems specialists. 864 N. TemploAve Yawn, Martha IslcClanc, Belly Anm' Phillips,
'ings, garages PAYMENT groan s : ,2 bath US 301, Starke, 32091 TFN Dehot'ah Cross Delt (Cross Gail Prevail Anll Bill Chapman: Everyone
4 OWN 8040 TI-N Hwy PAINTED: SMALL APART- on SR 230 living/dining room, family 17 sROOFING agreed the'cast wastemlic.'and il\ you weren't there, you missed a good
MENT In Lawtey, $180,782-3949 room with fireplace, garage and com- AND REPAIRS.Pressure show!
I IY SHOP Solos. wickor.iiru 13 sLOW plete satellite system$59,500.3/2 MOBILE washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks
TV's. DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES,kitchenettes HOME with addition.ch/a.enclosed TFN 17 s
appliances Week Luncheon
You I Iis room available, mobile home patio on oneacreclosetotown. RALPH DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand DAIl Constitution
VCR's, name it,
looking lor such itoms. parking\ space for rent also. call 782MOBILE BRYAN REALTY.964-8878 TFN"WO self-esteem sink this year. Call The Regents Council of Noi-HUMS: t tonal Guard constantly train and
M wish to sell something 3332 13. OR THREE BEDROOM 2 bath, car- 964-8594. TFN 17 s Florida Daughters of the ,1mrr a'an cparc i for its state and federal misHevh.llion -
I Si 064 3250 Evenings HOME LOTS WITH CITY port for three cars, on 1 acre, 2394 NW STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE [ held a Conslitiition Week ;1'1115.
313 Don't call alter 9pm WATER.SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- 65th Avenue,$29,000,contact 904-786- SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Luncheon on Tuesday, Sept I'l, at Members of the Col.\ Samuel
s 7498 TFN 13 8 4449 16 8 and models cleaned oiled and ad- the Timnqmimi Club lal'kuill'Jlk: Ibwt Chapter DAR who attended
our,! $730. NO DOWN MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY I OR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bath justed $15. New and used sewing Speakers were LI Colonel Ken' I'oi ''I i IS luncheon were Mrs J.D.
Hand) Houso portable WATER, SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR home.Family/dining room, screened machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan lestor andl\Jr. Hubert Hawk i-r llu n 1 lei son, Jr., Mrs David Taber,
Iwy 101 South Starko 964N 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13HALF porchgaragefenced back yardnewly Road) 964-8733 TFN 17PIANO Florida! National Guard!. \ii' s. .l.tH'llIeSlat'nesofKeystoneMr.
s SaratogaHeights,9647634 I i i.s ,\iiil Mrs. Herbert Thomas of
12 s painted.wallpaper. Hawk the ,iki.
:Jh per hamper, 964.6521 ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for 16 sIBR,2BATHAPPROX.I300sqflcha,2lxl7 LESSONS GIVEN IN MY HOME. was main spe I: "'
rent Close to prison. Call 468.1323. beginners and up, flexible hours in and he gave a most mlcroslinRuul
t Morgan Rd, CR 233 & 16 :3 informative talk about the K.ilion:.. .1
TFN 13 Lawtey area. I I have and .
8 workshop on one acra$32,500call964- experience .
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references Call Kristi at 782-3948 Guard. Florida has had aa 'KH..I :
)OS DRESSED FOR THEi PRIVATE UNIT: Prefer retiree. Some 3321 16 8 '
TWO ACRE PRIVATE ESTATEattractive, 17 s Guard continuously! hlll( i .til Korum
i y5 per pound. 782-3292 assist available if needed. Bfid-qma
like 3 BR 2 bath home near Key- VOICE LESSONS given In my home In September 1565 even though sera tug of
2 BR HOME:Carpeted,window air,refrigerator new The Florida
Law I have and under several governm'-nts it :
toy area. experience Revolution
i JND SWIMMING POOL- stove. $245/Mo., $175/Sec. stone & Golf course 77000. Call flu American held their
references. Call Kristi been there to Ihhae I
782-3948 i
iisl offer, call 964.7046 Dep. 964-8602 after 6 p.m. Trevor Contury 21 Showcase Properties at always jnot ,.' !II'um in Lakeland SeptemberWashington
17 I citizens of Florida. \\hcu ( ''11-;'' andFnd
SEVERAL LOCATIONS: 4 BR House; 3 Inc. Broker, 473-4903 DRYWALLAND PLASTER,cut brick and was president. ,1<,' i'n .td 1 li 22 i.}, at the Sheraton Hotel\
'. 11251'EED BIKE.964-2384 BR house; 2 BR Trailer. Call 964I I RENTAL HOUE IN STARKE for sale 2 BR, stone. Glenn and Buddy Sapp 782- plans for administering t HH (.,..II d! Members of the Col.\ Samuel
12 S 3728. I bath full basement, two stock block 3772 or 782-3610 17BABY l the Klbert Chapter DAR who attendedwere
c (HU.O 4 speakers, $200. home rented Must Sell, under Federal regulations but )
STATE EMPLOYEES,neod a home close ch/a currently I llu 'vt'reMrs. David Taber of Keystone
?:20n oall 473.0600 work? have clean Reduced to 25500. Eves. 473-3627 not adopted until tst6.>i> Mrs. Herbert Thomas ofStarke.
to your mobile SITTING IN MY HOME, days, references Guard is the oldest nnlili t?.ulition HcigliUtind
homes available call 4681323. TFN TFN 16 eATTENTIONGOVERNMENT 964-7321 17 .
I r I tVPRODUCTUSERS. HOMES of service in North Am -i 1'1 KM' h.wing\
nM, distributor? If 13 8 : I served under four flay, "''r,. "'
in your so APARTMENT 1 Brl bath, heat and air from U-repair l ( ). Delinquent tax property ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes mrl, r "
I learnshoutnewer and bottor carpeted, kitchen furnished, water, Repossessions. Call 1-602-833- patchesetc. Drop off and pickup Great Britain, Thell'dc".n: WANTED
products, like the full energye sewer, garbage furnished. $225 per 8885ext GH 3493 16 8 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964- the United Stales ol Arm, IP, The
weight, feel groat Call month $125 deposit, call 468-1630 COUNTRY LIVING Graham Brick homeon 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from citizen soldiers /If ''Iol'ldlIa'I'i
,i)2) 3/90 #12 12 TFN 13 s 2 acres energy efficient 3 BR, I 11/2 Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 17RITE fought the French, lnciiiu: Ian:''':!ii'' Lcolonists 1 10 HOMESNEEDING
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIRall utilities bath, FR fireplace ch/a, $87,000,485- I pirates and M\ ."'ASIIFR. Wizard dryer, good paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 1958 16 8 WAY ROOFING: roofing and repairs Americans during the HIM iintioniiiy PAINT
j ,roncii'ion both $150 or $75 MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. 4 BR/2 BA HOUSE: CH& Air, In Raiford leaks fixed, lawn service and WarToday's .
call 964.3739 days, or 964- Starke, in front of Post Office. 33000. Owner financing possible. !tree pruning carpentry W.T.Turner, t Florida AI'I1Inlll! M\\' sir
vonintjs' and weekends #12 13 ICOMPLETELY Call 964-8602 after 6 p.m. 16 owner Starke, 9643392. *17 "SAVE HUNDREDS
'. ovijr looking pecan trees, throe OR PETS. 830 N. TEMPLE down, remove, free estimates, call T.H.E. AJARTl\ ; ; OF
,rrhs owly remodeled, FSBO AVE. OR 964.9424. 13 / day or night, 782.1238. #17 t.j.-l
,46000 call 782 3-382 .1 1:? 022 E, t'ownle
2 BR 1 BATH fenced back yard, $260 17 S >1'1' homes are needed in the
12 r credit. No CHILD CARE IN MY HOME. Before, Camp Dlamlfng /
month, Duplex, 964-7404 13 NEED CREDIT? $1500 or more
and the
turndowns.Establish credit rebuild bad. during and after school and weekends Starke Fl.fl"C": Jacksonville
-- ----- FSU Gold Card. MCA/ISA. No deposit call 964-5315. #1717HOUSE irroimrjing, areas to

Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement required.657-5103! Free anytime.$80.gift certificate FCAN 89-459) 1-301- I PAINTING Interior and exterior 964-71 33 J. (fir (Irate and advertise,our ;
Vietnam Vet with 15 years experience b P '" r'dlum4flnylflouse" \ ,
___ Community Retirement Home For estimates call after 5pm 9.64'r..,.. 2 ft l4R,6vnllyovntrd. ; \ulatinilry ; ; JIJJL.1I18- -. ..
In this smallcommunlly 5908 17" & largoFicccU'ctrUlly pr.i\1I1\ 0'' I'll -I t CORPORATION.II! ++'s
\ srn 'l I r ii MM- llcntiiniin '' lust nitl': '.US
we also s-jisssssmssssssssg "r
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have Su-El's 5V Iunt20ofyourtutor: i'hb' I"l tined lor any owner
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""iij or Whirlpool Kenmore HotpointCitation
UetJrementllome A 'It.
Income 11''uli qualify.;
j ooius I I ,r si if arc Chef 'iiicd home. We ana -
f licensed group home S Tappon Magic Norge ;
Ifyou 3.35: In-, 1iIn '
llllli. lLl i"S. earn
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for seniors who needISt. branch and
II..s ," vat 1 -,.citingvllh I *. a week ahacltpoiidtiilB. \ (1:1:t (J1l'jnln Reynolds "
: .. \home' )like '' I! 1 i- assistance supervision.with We give I ED'S APPLI AI1C'E RTS I your I i. \. ."u41 hi' wilt! use these homes to /

idn nphi[ "tf At SuI'fswe care 24 ulxlitM2. a in.iinil iu .' "' :: huw :
oil l.ousfng, personalized 1dVU), i list.! .. our new ".
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nr. supervision hot Parts & oiReconditioned :\i All Major \ .
nllltlk",,. ni.ild and rcrdHylul'l.l"lLflhlll.i it! :.
laundry sirvlcis with meals, laundry service Appliai\ Microw w RepairsE for move-in alter the l.rti; KcynoMb ql' / vinyl siding .

a :l-1 lir i iiK-rgincy; call day'CerUfied week long rsntthyhh IN HOUS SERVICE Qualified Singles Acccjjli il.li and trim work. :'
ni Mi" .iK stay.: Move-In cost be ll\
Bret nld. CPU can us itti\ ;
"pi i?, ..I trained staff.. Factory Authorized:Magle Chat Anuma fc Maytag Paris&Service \ $1,00. Lore lit,."m'<- CALL TOLL FREE }
310 E. Call St Ed Fi. lnsteln 964-2966 :: t=J Sec HllM'."iiiof "'
[ 468-26191 SStarkeFL 32091 Do vner USN Retired ss: 1&rirv/raOc'. I 1-800-328.1998
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Senior Registered Nurse NO'ft..Y b

M nimim qualifications, Florida Licensure as professional

registered nurse and one year experience. .

Salary based: on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable r s .:=..-I"y ""."

up to $28,000( ) annually (Benefit package worth over $8,000)). 11 ,," nt .. If .--1':::

Correctional Medical Technician CERT ON 19", u.n;' {V'.rt Money g;

/Mini mum i.ualificuuions. Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. Garages etiI'TeIevisE1
Salary hosed on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up Greenhouses Down ... t..

to $ I 18,000) anually (Benefit package worth over $5.000). Portable Buildings '. .., ;;,
I Ncw Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be FI ANCI Every Type of '
$39 '
eligible lor :aJl l Florida career service benefits including State .".'.: '' Portable .E!= : :' .O. for 1. ye
Contributions to health insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation 7) Building In .

day 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensationplan Stock ser'-f'x ,.
(hU's and in-service training. X25 OFF (Custom Building G E "'- ..J. 5? '
with Available) ""J ',' ...:) per mo .

Interested: persons should contract: This Ad 20 for 1
It. Nale Ilolton, Personnel Manager

New River Correctional InstituteP. No M.OH ) (J'lVIt

(). Box .133: -

Raiford, FL 32083or Handi House Portable BuildingsHwy Rep'Si.. r ': 'N Money

Phone EOE/F 301 S. Starke, FL 32091 j

((1)01)1.4000 PO-RR-5618 (across from KOA Campgrounds) 25'u GE : JDoivn,

(P:,'I l'I'rncc shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans< 964-8848 $

.<1>"[;1"----- T V 49 per" imo

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Medical Technologist

Licensed Practical Nurse/EMT/Paramedic: We have a Lab position available for someone F fl S QI lEA $54 -

We have several Correctional Medical with a high school diploma equivalent and 4 per mo.
Technician-Certified positions available for applicantswith years of experience in laboratory work. Licensure TV for 1 year -

2 years experience as a LPN or certified is not required. Annual salaryrange is $17,609- No Monc II, Dozun

IZMT/Paramcdic. Preference will be given to LPNs. $28,932. Benefits package is excellent. Will -, -

( Annual salary range is $15,686$25,631. Qualified consider advanced salary appointment, I EPG SALE t<)'

applicants will be considered for advanced salary successful applicant.: Qualified applicants;;should ". GE VCR PAtlASONIC VCR:.

depending on qualifications. Benefits package is submit a completed State of Florida: Employment with remote ,'

excellent. Please submit State of Florida $ for 1 $22 pet' hm.o; .
a completed Application to:' l 8 .per mo,
Employment Application to: year :for; 1 ye r

')) Personnel Manager1 ">:.' .? No Money Dozutt, No Money Do-ion f fI

Personnel Manager Union'Correctional.. InstitutionP.O. .J '' .11.

;J Union Correctional InstitutionP. ., Box 221 I

O. Box 221 Raiford, Florida. 32083'

,t Raiford, Florida 32083 Phone:. (904) '431-1212: ext.203Equal

Phone: (904) 431-1212, ext. 202

Opportunity /Afruma' Action Employer;
Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action Employer

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ContinuesMarijuana /

plants were spotted Prices from
last week by Sheriff Kenneth .c 1,
Etheridge Dying with a pilot In a ? ;
plane belonging to Florida Depart- 1
ment of Law Enforcement. -
I x'y"woPlant8{ ranging' from four
to 12
were located on private .
property In a swampy area with 4 .
thick underbrush on CR-233A,accor- $ ? .' ,
ding to Chief '
Deputy Pat
Henry and
Agent Steve Alford with FDLE. Choose from 1, 2.,,
The plants were all sinsemilla in 3, and 8 gallon
good condition with a potential plant, including: ,
street value of$60,000. ,
No arrests were made but the crop t (
was 'harvested' by the officers on r ,r Philodendron
the scene. r
Anyone with information as to the % .!Bromeliads ,
growing of the this crop or any marijuana "
Is asked Y; \' Corn Plant
!? to contact localauthorities
their name will
be kept _
confidential, according to Deputy c I + Rubber PlantsSchefflera
+ ,I r
-Dwarf Schefflera
Pot In ei_ \ t \< '
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Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge clean-
ed house last week, disposing of P.a Dlffenbachia
marijuana which had been stored .Chinese"'EvergreenAglaoncma.
for months as evidence. .
Much of the inventory was a resultof .
the arrests of A. B. and Faye
Whitehead April 6 when 1,600 plants '' Norfolk> "PinePonytall
were found on their family farm.
Marijuana seized at that tme was Palm
seedlings, young and maturing
plants as well as cured ready for {I AND MORE
market pot.
The Whitehead's were sentenced
.. June 26.Faye is serving 4V4 years in SALE. GOOD
the Department of Corrections and
A.B.is serving one year in the coun- While Supplies Last
ty jail on a work release.
Minor quanities of marijuanafrom + -Quantities Lin 1ted- .,::
street arrests and plants found I } : ."
growing In plots throughout the y .1
county Drought the total of plants to
more than 2,500 destroyed Sept.20 at : ; ': 7h 6
the county dump. : w ei LORI A iG rciut. I"e.,
"We're talking about a quarter '
million dollars, once all the plantswe : j ( .
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destroyed here today had reach- I_ I r
ed maturity,"said one official. wsr a1990'S
Actually the amount would have -- '." I
been over$2 million since the street Biggest Yet;:.. Photo bv Mark Frlerilln
value is$1,000 a plant. Bradford Sberrif Kenneth Etheridga lupecU*giant marijuana plant
uprooted Thursday!fy-d>> tillef after an all fdwrcb' revealed the Illegal crop
growing off CR 933A.Jta arraU weremde.Ju>f Raymond.Hunt It shown t w,
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Uw picture at rigbt.; .a,, ,+,* ;,t r. .

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'I Bradford Square Shopping Q'$.| ? r'! $taK 46 -,\ DAILY

; FINANCING AVAILABLE Harold Devin Jimmy Strickland
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Citizen DiscOunt and.Military'Discounts. Available', .

." ,>afe'F'r+ f '+ ;a :+ 7 sl! 1J11bDE D AL 1989 DODGE COLT 1989 D-100

". ..4t 3 Door Hatchback. 4 Speed, AT 318, AT PB PS 30 Gal Fuel Tank,
j Was $7953
i t: AM/FM Radio
28"'11!faaoM 'Sttroo Remote Control $6,499*
'::. r\, ,*as l MonltorfReclover' NOW $1O,899*
1b}'! ) -Kitchen Companion TV Modttl7-7130-. rnnote ebnlel; "7 ..
,,. i Compact black and white TV mounts easily under kitchen cabinet .,fop-ylipq' WclureS (;;
;f.duceeounterclutter.Swivel bracket allows wide-angle' viewing. .ayilt-Inst.rtolbillnsttaleadabillly!
:TV remove*from bracket lor portable us..3-waypowercepabllity: 6audidvfdeoiacka /'
detachable AC line cord.jack lor optional 12V DC car adapter built- .'
dl.p.y viewAwto'cdtor
with tail channel
'Q in rechargeable circuit lor use with optional GE Rechargeable Battery (
pack.Swivel'mounting bracket and "+ system
hardware Included.Full one-year .Uo.programming with 147 channel cable co...-

warranty reg.$149.00 J.bilHr, jMSemare

Sale 13 .qO'1 : i MMwood finish_on high_Impact plastic
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4 Dr; PD. PS Air;AM/FM Cass. 7 Passenger;Power Brakes Power Steering.Air
..'I. ,5l ,, Was $13,310 NOW $12,900*

'/.)kf I Variable" Power Cooking J'' ,. NOW $ J O,999* "

.' Browning Pans Ifl
$ '

7.0O a week for a year ., JIF 'NJ

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Cook -Rou nd Turntable, Full Size 1.4 cu. ft.

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Fully Equipped Hi-Top. ,WAGONEER
Color TV. 1 Only At This Price Loaded.Trailer
Disc 7 Yr/70.00O Warranty TowPackageAux

Compact $ ftA-Otr COUPE, 17 ,49253* OUPkg.THOUSANDS.

Was PB, PS. Tilt. Cruise,


Digital Model Audio AD724A Player with $199 Was $14,852 Q t DOLLARSUNDER

Wireless Remote NOW ,.-... ._- FACTORY
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T-120 Tapes .1.000 Cab..Trad.WACNct.
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Hour $VP O QQ+.* MOVIE!! 141 W. Madison St. Staike ((904)),964-9000 or 1800448JEEPOPEN

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Senior 55 Alive Graduates
Sharpen The 55 Al\o/Muliir) Driving| Cottrsixrixluate( at the Sept. 181111,120
course In Keystone: arc \\llllain Woodward II I to r) Worthington Springs -
Driving Skills in CourseIn SriibiiHiiikrr (hc.IedI. unit$ his \I HV l.iahn Kucker of Lake Butler
(liiirp DiiiiriiKin nl Kc> SI>IK> II. rthts.' III' ifoi'KC, XVmiilward, Inslruilorof :
the cmirsi I I. .iii". n -lii.Check .

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a safe driving course conductedby 17 at Keystone Senior Services, Inc.
Dr. George Woodward of Lake on Commerce Circle across from the I O( )klllJ! for A
Butler for the American Assoclaton post office in downtown Keystone

of citizens Retired were Persons able to, about increase 50 senior their day.Florida Heights Hours are 1 to 5 p.m. each 'iv Gr()![) DEAL 7

awareness of driving hazards. law requires all auto insurance
Held at the Senior Citizens CenterIn carriers to offer a discounton
Keystone Heights recently, premiums to qualified graduatesage E the> Classifieds
Charles Hutcheson of Clay Electric 55 and older of an approvedcourse
Cooperative Inc., Keystone Heights such as 55 Alive.
assisted Dr. Wood- .... .
district office Persons interested in taking the '-'---
ward in coordinating the class which October or November course, please
consisted of eight hours of Instruc- contact Keystone Seniors Services !; /40 _
tion. Inc. at 473-2065 or Dr. George Woodward -
55 Alive instructor at 4063327. OUTDOOR SING
The 55 Alive/Mature Driving There is a fee of $7 for course GOSPEL
Course sponsored by the AARP and materials and is limited to
space (, J I -
for the .' j .--- -? --
Clay Cooperative first come first served for 25 persons I I i
month of October is scheduled for each Make
course. an appointmentnowl
Monday Oct. 16 and Tuesday Oct. :BRING YOUR! own LAWN CHAIR I %

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I Burglary Suspect in CustodyA I

I '.....,J 1/ When: Sat., Oct. 7
man being sought by Bradford Columbia County convenience store Where' : Lamp of Jesus Ministries I
County for robbery of the Swannee robbery in which a clerk was abducted fo) E 100 on SK; \ 24lh & 11th St. (Forsythe Rd.)
Swifty Store on US-301 south of and later found dead. Ibt Uiit ro.ul l tin right past "Old Glory"
Starke last week has been ap- Authorities believe clerk Darlene
prehended in Gainesville.The Messer, 36, of Lake City was kidnapped Time: 7-9 p.m. ppl e
31-year-old suspect was stop- during a robbery near 1 a.m. ; ) I "
ped Sept. 22 in Gainesville on a traffic Sept. 18 at the Suwannee Swifty Gill/ ST S/.VfitK.S: came
charge after Hernando County officials store on SR-lOo and CR-245. Her M1 Snacks &
The Hushing Wind (com Ih; } 'loi 11.
sent out a description of a body was found Sept. 20 under a I The Chosen Few from Sl.irko. II Cokes for Sale
man who robbed a convenience storein bridge seven miles west of Lake
I.WCI Sounds of from I ,fL
Brooksville Sept. 20. The car and Butler. It was first thought she had Rejoicing .nvti'y on Grounds"-1
license plate number fit Hernando been shot in the head but a medical / @ }
County's description. The suspectwas examiner said the woman had not I
charged for not having a valid been shot
driver's license, two counts of "What looked like
a gunshot ,
possession of a firearm by a con- wound was apparently a small -- -- -- -
victed felon and one count of viola laceration," said Sheriff Jerry
tion of probation. He is presently being Whitehead. "Until the medical ex-
held in the Alachua County Jail aminer's report is completed we
without bond. won't know what the cause of death
The gray Nissan 200 SX also mat was."
ched the of the usedin The clerks at the stores in Starke -
car Prit . . '499Now'247
the Bradford C'ounlyrobbery late and Brooksville were not injured in i to aura : ? .
Tuesday night Sept. 19. A compositeof the robberies.No I
the man who robbed the store at charges have been filed in con- Sofa
gunpoint is being used in the In- nection with the murder or robberies 1 .
vestigation of the suspect. because authorities are awaiting
Investigators suspect a strong link results from lab tests on the blood P lllular Price. *480lovoseat
between the two robberies and the stains found in the car.Sii3KKXffKKKKKKKKffK1CKKK&KKftt9X&ifKK'K.

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