Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 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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Bradford Co
Outside SECTION Ai 12 Pogn e //v
.. Hard New. .. . ..... I-3A >
High pressure la again making its way southward and will brEditorial Pug. .. .. ....... 4A I
ing clearing skies and more sunshine for the weekend. Some scat 7* tt." '. . .. .. . ... .. SA SINCE 1879 .. I
tered showers may extend Into Friday, with warmer temperatures Church Nw. . . .....tA ..."
expect*! for Saturday and Sunday. Highs will again rise Into the UgaU . . . .. .. .. ... 7A _
mid 8jI) and lows In the high 60s. Hampton Highlit... .. ". .....IA _!-
Rainfall for the month of September for the Bradford-Union area, Sport.. . . . .. .. ..t. IDA /
as measured by the Division of Forestry at the fire towers Is: New Homecoming . .... .. ... IJA
River 9.91, Santa Fe 8.32, Louis Hill 8.25, Raiford 6.16 and Lake e
Butler 8.32. Average for the two-county area is 7.79. Normal for the SECTION 1J Fagot
month of September is 5.46. leaving an excess of 2.33 for the month.Young Scl.nlliti . .. .... ..IB
Groundwater levels are still low, however,and water conservation N.w. Brlofi. .. . . .. ... .S.75
measures should still be observed. Ohltuarloi! .. . . .. ... .. .3S .
The moon will be full Saturday at 3:32: p.m.Sunrise Thursday was A..a N.ws..4. II, 121
at 7:28: am. and sunset at 7:02, making a daylength of llh 34m. artP.it I vol. . . . . .58 Heaven
WeeKend tides will be low about 3:15: p.m. Saturday and near 4 Th. Tost'. . . . . .65 The Sweetest $Strawoerries Side of
p.m. Sunday. Claiilll.d. Ad. . . . .I.IOB 110th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
13th Issue Thursday. October 12.. IIS1 I ISPS OR.7nn)
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NotingBHS Worth BC Worli.shop

Report Cards... Stirs Debate

BHS report cards were mailed to ,
parents Wednesday, Oct. 11 for the
first six weeks grading period, and ffR
should arrive in students homes today
or tomorrow. But Little Else
Report cards for elementary
school students will be sent home
with the students today, Thursday, M
special assessment is to be
Oct. 12.Gator. by Butter Rahn revenue
BCT Staff Writ. spent for day to day operation of the
County commissioners worked for Jail, not for construction of a new
QB Club... two hours in a Monday night, Oct. 9, facility.
The Starke Gator Quarterback t workshop but were unable to set "Indl. ency, a big word," Carter
Club will meet at the Bradford guidelines for determining who will said. Most people have talked
County Fairgrounds, Thursday, be exempt from paying the $100 about indigency, but it is hard to
Oct. 12. Social hour, 8:30: p.m., special assessment. come up with a definition." We've got R .
covered dish dinner at 7 p.m. Final decisions, says Chairman to be very, very careful.
Phil Maggio will be the speaker. Wilbur Waters, wil be made at yet Commissioner Ross Chandler,
another meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mon- who had voted against the $100
day Oct. 18.Chairman special assessment, said, "People
KlngsUy Baptist... Waters opened the have spoken to me about indigency.
The Kingsley Lake Baptist Oct.9 called commission meeting by I have found it to be most difficult to
Church will observe Its 125th an- saying, "This is a workshop on the get people to understand how
special assessment and no decision government works. When elected, I
niversary Sunday, Oct. 15, with ser
vices at 11 a.m., fallowed by dinneron will be made tonight. We will discuss thought we could do some things in
the grounds. what breaks will be given and where recreation, but we can't do anything
the money will go." without money.
"I've never been against the ordinance
Waters said there has been some
UCAP M.otlng... talk of diverting funds to volunteerfire I've never stood against the
An important UCAP meeting will departments and providing for board, and I'm not doing so now, butI
be held Monday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 occupancy rates to relieve owners of have people in my district who can
p.m., in the Union County Cour rental property. not pay the $100.
thouse. All members are urged to .A'k; Waters then asked each of the "I've looked at alternatives, and
attend and new members are ...I'li.j ,1"9. ... other four commissioners to addressthe the money just Isn't there. Peopleare
welcome. subject.Commissioner. going to have to pay taxes and
E.L. Norman said, may as well get used to it. That's the
Car Wa...... "The board is leaning toward (exemption way it's going to be."
of) churches, also on Commissioner Joe Riddick said he
A car wash will be held Saturday, listed all complaints during the
cupancy rates for owners of 10 or
October 30 on the Community State Homecoming more units.Norman meeting at BHS, and there seemedto
Bank parking lot beginning at 9 continued be three main themes:
a.m., $2 per vehicle. tit4F Distribute some of the emergency -
the more I think about it, the .
Proceeds go to "Victory Revival Fanfare. scareder (sic) I get." medical sr<- .', >aonev to the
Center of Heilbron Springs." $ Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., volunteer ft l> \ ;,itnentg in the

Church ; ( said, "I think the money is pretty county.
Bazaar... Senior Clots m.mb.rs on whoop It up well nailed down, 70/30." 'Exemr! I
Keystone Heights Community with speculators. In top photo, as the Tor- Carter had reference to allocationof Provide for the Indigent. I
Church will host its "Autumn nado homecoming parade turned the corn.r the $100 special assessment, with Riddick said it Isn't fair to ask I
Harvest" bazaar earmarked men to come to your house at 3 a.m.
$70 for of the
Thursday and Fri. operation
from Call Str..t and headed back north
on to put out a lire with the equipment
day, Oct. 12-13. Thursday hours, .5-9 jail and $30 for emergency medical i\
p.m. Friday Hours, 94. : US301. services. they have. "We must do better... j,
The bazaar wU be held at the Carter continued, "It should be Concerning indigency, Rlddicky
Homecoming Queen Sharri Bass, daughter
said "Somo people need help, but I ,
Community Church, Palmetto and very clear the 70 percent is not for .It
Sylva behind ol Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bass of Stark., poses don't know what to do..." I
Way, the Ace Hard- building a new jail.
ware Store.Parent r7 t before the white old-fashioned carrlag. she Carter told the other commis- On churches, Riddick" says, "Is.. ..J.;
rode atop with the driver In the parade. sioners and about a dozen people attending agree to an exemption. I
Education. the that there has Riddick said he went to see Direc-
.. Members of the Queen Sharrl's court meeting,
tor of Medical Services Cliff Chap-
been confusion about the
The Bradford County Parent tooted In the carriage, were Tavla Heddlng allocation some of the jail money and he man the next morning after the
Education Committee will presenta daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hedding wants everyone to understand theCOllllllission(See WorkshopP.2A:
program "Secrets of Your Child's i of Starke; Lori Bass, daughter of Mr. and
Success in School," Monday, Oct.
Mrs. Ronnie Sellers of Starke Kim Johnson
16 7-9 ;
p.m., at Starke Elelmentary _
School Cafeteria. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jernal Johntoln a.Stark. Unable I

Superintendent Jim Duncan will lr .., and Christy Gault, daughter of Mr. I
moderate a panel of teachers, and Mrs. W.E.Gault of Lawtey.
parents, principals and school
counselors, who will answer ques- Th. Junior Class float, called 'Tornado To Sell Assessment
tions and offer suggestions on how Showdown,' at bottom won first place In the
to help your child succeed in parade competition. The sophomore float
was .second the senior float third and the
freshman float was In fourth place. To Town CouncilsAlthough
Class of 1970...

The BHS class of 1970 Is settingup The freshmen won the skit competition at Starke commissioners sioner Ted Curtis moved to turn
the planning committee for a 20 Tornado Whirl last Thursday night. The have not discussed the $100 special down the interlocal agreement by
year class reunion. All 1970 seniors were second, Juniors third, and assessment in session, Brooker. saying, "Tell them to shove it," and ;
graduates are requested to meet at '+JGy sophomores fourth.A Hampton and Lawtey have heldeither receiving unanimous agreementfrom I
the home of Cindy Strickland formal or informal discussions the other three commissionersin
Futch, Tuesday Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. big crowd lined US-301 In downtown and thus far, indicated strong attendance. No formal vote was '1
Ph. 964-8953.call David Starke to see the parade, which blocked the opposition to approving an interlocal taken but it appears the Hampton
Kirkland, Ph. 4732372. } four-laned thoroughfare for some 20 mln- agreement to implement the $100 council has dealt with the interlocal
Cindy's home address is 403 S. assessment within county agreement for good.
Cherry Street, Starke, Fla. 32091. tues.Traces municipalities.In In a commissioners workshop
its regular meeting Oct. 2, Monday night Oct. 9, Brooker
Flu Vaccine: ,.. Lawtey council expressed strong op- Mayor Blake Hamilton made county
position to the ordinance, with four commissioners feel good by saying,
Who should get Influenza vac- members of the council vowing to "Brooker will approve the agree-
cine? r vote against approving the In- ment."
Because flu it usually mild and r terlocal agreement. Mayor Marvin '-
most people recover fully, health Rosier did not reveal his intentions Unfortunately county commissioners -
officials emphasize the use of vac relative to supporting county com- Mayor Hamilton had not
cine for the elderly and people with r missioners. read his council correctly.)
other health problems most likelyto r Lawtey council has not broughtthe Tuesday night Council Chairman
be seriously Ul or to die form the interlocal agreement to a formal Gene Melvin told Commission Chair
flu or its complications. For exam- vote, and has no published plans to man Wilbur Waters he spoke againstthe
ple, people who after even llghr ex- call a special meeting to considerthe assessment ordinance in a re-
ercise become short of breath due levy. More than likely, the cent public hearing, and has not I
to diseases affecting their heart or Lawtey council will vote in its next changed his mind.Councilman I
lungs, and people who have low meeting, Monday, Nov. 8. A.B. Adams asked
resistance to infections, are likelyto rear Rosier said earlier this Waters, "What services does i
be more seriously affected by week that he expects a split vote by Brooker get from the county? It's
the flu. Thus, the following groupsare the Lawtey council, with the agree- better to call the Union County
at highest risk for serious illness ment being voted down,unless some emergency service."
with the flu and have been r y.. r. Jrti minds are changed. Although Waters made an eloquent I
particularly recommended to .T/L Tuesday night of this week both plea for signing the Interlocal .J
receive vaccine: Hampton and Brooker councils met agreement, it appeared to have
The elderly who have chronic and discussed the assessment, fallen of deaf ears.
health problems and those with 4 which has now been passed by coun- County commissioners, in after
long term heart or lung problems. .-t ty commissioners. meeting discussions, agree they've
The vaccine will be given at the At the Hampton council meeting done a poor public relations job in
Bradford County Health Depart- Tuesday night, Oct. 10, Commis- selling the special assessment.for .
ment/Tuesdays, October 10th and

vaccine.17th There, between will be 1.4p a $5.m.charge for the of Contamination Found in OneTraces Well at County Landfillstudy II

of contamination have within quarter-mile of the landfill, your money ready stated Commissioner by engineer Frank Darabl to' the study Director O'Neal told
Upcoming... been found hi one of four test wells at reported Solid Waste Director Dar- JR. Rlddick when O'Nealaa- determine, at the suggestion of the commissioners.
Public meetings scheduled In the, the Bradford County landfill on rell O'Neal. nounced the on-site contamination. Department of Environmental
coming weeks are: SR-100 in the edge of the county just County commissioners expressed find. That's the good news, O'Neal. Regulation (DER), how widespreadthe Director O'Neal and the commissioners I
,Starke city council will meet ,two miles west of Keystone Heights. little surprise when Director O'Neal said. contamination is. were philosophical about the
Tuesday, October 17 in Starke City No contamination has been found announced that contamination has Commissioners, with little discussion The bad news Is, O'Neal said, no contamination find at the garbage
Han at 7:3o p.m. In 10 wells, at residents' homes been found near the landfill. "Get approved an $18,750 soil testing; money' is appropriated. in his budget' dump.
Bradford County School Board -

on will p.min North meet Administrative Temple Monday Ave', October BuUlding 23 at?' St Voluntarily Dismisses Suit Agai nst: Bradford County Jail I

Bradford County Zoning Board The Department of Corrections employment of staff." The hoOce that this cause is dismissed .lor ;facers on dUty UpstaIrS and required.the jail capacity to 43 beds. There wereinmates
normally Mt for the last Tuesday la law suit against the Bradford County was 'signed by Assistant mootness.." county to hire additional CO'swhen in the jail Wednesday, f!
each month, U tentatively set for jail was dismissed General James A. ,Peters Attorney of the Under pressure from the Depart-- female Inmates were housed. Oct. 11, and there has been as many
Tuesday October 24, to avoid conflict ,signed by;Circuit Judge Benjamin state's Department of Legal Affairs. ment of Corrections,Bradford County The county was under a June 1 as 53 Inmates in the jail.
with Halloween. The meeting Tencbi has been forced to employ five deadline to install new beds, but got The county also had trouble get-
will be held In Starke City Hall, at 7 'The Notice of Voluntary Dismissal Judge Tench's ordei atates"TuTilii new radio operators and five new an extension until Aug.l, and that ting permission from Starke to install -
p.m. state:''"Plaintiff Florida Department cam.before',the Court on correctional officers, and to add an deadline waa met. the wooden building. The city
tarke Boning Board will meet of Corrections, here notices Its Plaintiff's Notice of Voluntary additional bed space for 22 Inmates The 108 by 20 foot wooden frame zoning board turned down the request -
ThursdaY October 28, in Starke CI- voluntary dismissal of its suit for in- Dismissal. The Court, having with a new wooden building secured building came from New River Cor- but was overruled by the City I
ty Hall, at 1 p.m. Junctive relief.' The overcrowdingand reviewed the matter and It being from DOC and Installed behind the rectional Institution when new block Commission. In/ that process,
Festival GI the Arts scheduled staffing violations alleged in determined that additional jail beds jail at a cost of $75,000. ", buildings were constructed there. however, Commissioner Maxie
for downtown Starke Saturday and Plaintiffs Complaint have become .have been provided and that staffing DOC critized the county for having Some 01 the wooden buildings have Carter Jr. told the city commission
Sunday, October 28-29. moot upon construction and opera. has been added to the Bradford jail radio operators act a* correctional gone to local schools. the county would build a new jail
t fiat of. addltonal jail beds and .it. Is hereby: ordered and adjudged officers, having.no correctional; The additional building,Increases within three yean.J" I

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TELEGRAPH October 12,1989

$3.8 Million Budget Adopted By 3-County Solid Waste, Assoc. '

By Joe Glsty -
let eluded county revenue sources or a bond material In the double liner (clay is for the and set up recycling In public officesare
Stall Write The budget includes amounts for Issue developing a program
to be retired Income from
by considered.
Th and plastic) design for the landfill.An with the also being
New an initial recycling operation in each wastes delivered to the tricounty association that will comply Committeefor
AwocUUon (NRSWASoladoptedsta county, an educational program landfill or recycling plant, or other off site borrow pit may be state requirement that the public be A Citizens Advisory been establishedin
$3.38 million budget for the coming aimed at getting the general public sources of revenue that may be necessary later for additional cover educated In all aspects of recycling.Also Recycling has drawing members
year at a regular meeting of the interested in recycling, informing available. material, the engineer said. being developed Is a program each county, Extension
Governing Board held Tuesday, them of the need for and encouragIng This money will be required when The design being proposed by geared toward meeting the four- from such sources as of the Commerce,
in Macclenny. participation in recycling.The construction begins on the landfill Darabi for the area will have three year goal of 30% recycling man- Service, Chamber
Only $262,245 are from moneys special revenue account of In the spring or early summer of cells for class one landfill, one class dated by the legislature.Information Ministerial Alliance, school. system
pledged by the counties based on $213,303 is money available to the 1990. The scheduled time of opening 3 landfill, the borrow pit and an ad- explaining the and civic organizations.In the committee -
population (Baker$91,785, Bradford three counties in grants from the the landfill Is next November. ministrative area. methods for recycling, materials Bradford County
$ 16,961, and Union $53,497)). state,said James Croft, coordinatorof Capital outlay for this phase Is "The site will last 45 years with designated for recycling,a survey of includes Darrell !Duncan, Bobby
programs for the board,in presen- figured at $1.888 million, with an additional recycling but about 25 years as Is," what Is now being done, a study of Taylor, Anita Rink Woman Jim ,
This Is for the day to day operating ting the budget for approval.A grantto $1.1 million for equipment the engineer said. The plans are populations and a timetable for implementation Lorna Reddish (Jr. Club).
expenses of the association! including each county for scales, a grant for and$.1 million for professional fees. nearing the final design phase. An are all in planning Eoline Underhill(Lawtey Community
engineering services for the recycling (20% is mandated for the application for the landfill is stages, according to Ilan. School), Lillian Stump and Gene
planning stage up to beginning con- educational phase), used tire Project Status... scheduled to be presented to the An Informational hotline Is planned Lateef.
struction of a landfill at Ellerbee disposal grants and used motor oil Department of Environmental using a toll free 800 telephone The Union County committee is:
Curve just off SR-121 just north of disposal grants figure in the total. "An on site borrow pit is OK, said Regulation (DER) by November 15 number. A recycling library in each Glenn Howard, Jacque Bremen
Raidford In Union Office engineer Frank Oarabi, "for the this Richard Cason, Jim
county. ex- Capital Fund Revenue is figuredat liner year. county a recycling newsletter Tommy Spires
penses,Insurance and advertising,a $2,89 million. This amount will be and cover material. audio-visual aids for presentationsto Edson, Fletcher Myers, Art Peter-
board board About 4 feet of sandy soil is above Education Grant... and Catherine Alvarez.
attorney, Indebtedness to the association, groups pick up recyclables son
the which can be stockpiled to
clay is
bond counsel, accounting and either through direct loans from be used later said TIA, Solid Waste Management events for clubs and churches, The Baker County committee
he and
as cover ,
auditing and other contracts are in- area lending Institutions secured by the clay will be used for liner Consultants.Teresa Dan, president, develop markets for recyclables,. yet to be named.

Workshop <<<[from page 1 A)

meeting at BHS to determine the he would like to see in implementingthe said he thinks the Brooker Council
policy of transporting patients,since assessment. will approve the agreement as submitted -
there had been several complaintson First, Rosier recommended ex- (Brooker Council met Tues. 1989
the subject.According empting churches from the or- night).
to Riddick, the county's dinance, but church owned property Hamilton said he has 3 youngstersIn
policy Is to transport patients to any should be taxed, especially if it is school and has no problem with
facility they want to go to,with some producing income,he said. the special assesssment.
exceptions: If, in the opinion of the Secondly, Rosier recommendedthat Hampton Mayor Lola Williamsonsaid ELECTION DAY: DECEMBER 5 1989
on-duty Med Tech, the patient can commissioners provide for that she cannot speak for the ,
not make the trip to an out-of-town quarterly payments of the assess council, but thinks it will not ap-
hospital, the patient will be carriedto ment,not only to landlords,but to all prove the special assessment. SLATE OF OFFICERS
Bradford Hospital. In event thereis county residents. (Hampton meets Tues. night, also). .
only one operating emergency Rosier, who has said many timesin Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox
vehicle in the county, the remainingunit Lawtey Council meetings that the reported the Starke council has not CHIEF OF POLICE
will not be sent to a distant fire department is just as essentialas discussed the interlocal agreement,
hospital. Patients will not be the police department,argued for since the city attorney has not completed CITY CLERKCOUNCILMAN
transported to a Veterans Administration fire department funding, even it it his review of the document.
hospital, since the requires cutting the sheriff's budget Saying, "The cities cannot keep you
hospitals (in Lake City or and emergency medical service by from doing it,and I won't fight you. I GROUP 1
Gainesville) do not operate percent each can only see you moving on in the
emergency rooms, and will not accept Rosier said, "The person living in direction you are going.
emergency patients. the fartherest reach of the county is Silcox asked commissioners to COUNCILMAN GROUP 3
just as important as as resident of look beyond today, and consider
Mayors Respond... Call St." next year and the years to follow. COUNCILMAN GROUP 5
Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier Rosier said, in his opinion, the "Take a look at fire departmentsand
teased the commissioners by saying Lawtey council will not approve the consider consolidation, and
s; "I don't think you want to hear what interlocal agreement, although he begin thinking of consolidation of QUALIFYING WILL BE OCTOBER 16, TO NOON OCTOBER 20, 1989AFORDAUE
:.; I have to say./' feels the vote may be split. county and city law enforcement
=.- Rosier went on to discuss changes Brooker Mayor Blake Hamilton agencies."

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A rendertn of the First \ to go with

tlonol Bonk of Bradford County
now under construction. respectfully
--- the Board of
New Bank that we very
Building Under Construction.... Chair'J Special Tax
The First National Bank of Bradford ( > to the
County Organization) began
Ernest E. Trlest. Jr.. and Alan Hetzel. president. The
Construction Sept. Its new building at Madison Orange Streets In organizers .
Starke. presently offering stock to Interested Investors at f 10 per share \ very

The! 8.000 square loot red antique "brick building shown above. Is minimum purchase of 50 shares. The offering will be closed Nov. 15. ; roll-back of

designed by Bhlde and hall Architects. Orange Park. Is being built by First National Bank of Bradford County plans to be a full service to a
Trlest Construction Co. Keystone Heights. Completion date is pent bank designed to serve the Bradford County area. The i with In-
February 1990. are very pleased with stock purchases and the strong, positive shown above," said
Organizers of the bank are Guy Andrews. Thomas R. Andrews Bob the community says Guy; Andrews. chairman of the board. 1

MD Ferguson Gray Flynn DDS; attorney J.Reggle Flynn Dr.Peter Glanas. Construction will continue at a rapid pace toward the bank's CCofBCF
; W.T.Jackson Sr.; Dr. lonard Schlofman. Freeman Register III. February opening. : reconsider Board of i

having pass ,
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I John:! Hodges is New Hampton Marshal; ', I

me Hampton town Council at a -
regular meeting Tuesday October Budget Adopted... In Other Action... $4,000, "but it cost us about $ install
10,voted to hire John Hodges as temporary A $90 864 budget for the city wasadopted Marshal John Hodges will check said Doerr. signs city as
Town Marshal, voted to call which includes a $12,000 with the highway patrol for a used The council will study the : are
a special referendum to ammend the carryover from last year. police car to replace the and make a decision at next
city charter to allow the marshal to The budget was prepared by JobE. vehicle now out of service.rThe meeting, November 14.
be appointed by the Mayor, and will White, of C. R. Smith and Co. In- radio, lights and cages are In work .A third water well will be : <
Include the office of City Clerk on the cluded in revenues are local option ing order," he said, but the vehicle is service for a back up. There
ballot. gas tax of $14,000, cigarette and 10 years old and has high mileage. three wells at the water
With newly elected councilman motor fuel tax of $35,000, half cent "We bought it seven years ago from has an electric pump, a
Pete Thomas taking over as council sales tax $10,900, franchise fees Sheriff Reddish, when I was here an electric pump and a ,
chairman, past chairman Walden $7,500 and utility taxes of $3,000. before and it had 100,000 miles on it pump. The gasoline pump
Wadsworth moved to"modify the city then." connected to a third well, for t
charter to allow the mayor to hirea Expenditures are set at: Administration The Accounting firm of James up in case one well should go
city policeman who will report to $38,864, Fire Department Moore and Company, Gainesville, Reorganization of the city six basic
the mayor." $3,000, Recreation $2,000, represented by Ben Doerr, placed James (Pete) value is
City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth was Sanitation $2,000, Street Depart- presented a proposal for this year's chairman and Jane Hall Vice million.
present before the ment $16,000, Law Enforcement .
meeting was auditing services at a price of$5,200.
opened, but retired due to ill health $26,000. Last year's audit was done for i
and a "temperature of nearly 101",
leaving books, minutes and bills in
order for the council to take action ........-
Koberta Clark was appointed to .TA..NT OP OWNn16HIP..ANAGIM.NT AND CIIICULATION
take minutes in absence of the clerk, .S OOtS1C*_ OttSw .TON No swan a/aro 11

and was subsequently appointed BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH 11 211 18 12 I 91 I I n. .
clerk until ...... .. ..ui2w1.nr
temporary an election a- w rY "NO 0.flsr-1aSrw.. arIN"c"
can be held. 1'1'.u.
On a motion by June Hall, theclerk's ... Weekly 52 14.00 p B
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salary was reduced to $100 w
per week, minimum, with a $6 per 135 W. Call Street Stark. Fl. 32091
a Oowm rAarM Awrrr.5 M wnoawnw r rr..a r/rer.ta.r TNa?MaaMw Nr rrwl
hour rate for special jobs above the r
15 hours 133 H. Call Street Starke. Fl. 32091 -
regular time each week. *MAI......AMD COWUTI MAJtUM................._. .......ar.... .,QIPTTCMj fTMt***mu.,MOT... IMM $ --40 2 4 IO
Also adjusted was the'salary for .,,----.__..SJnm .
town marshal it
raising to $300 per '
.. ...
week "to )4 'n. n D. n n n. D' D. "no.
keep the marshal from -.-(.N..r-rMi ArNr ,
having to have another job to make a f
.. Bob g. P.O. Drawer Starke, Pll 32091 SELLING TO 4
?Jf llving, said Councilman Curtis f Fwrreon. .. s IF YOU ARE MIN 3O o a e+e
". Plena Mvf MtinvcMooF or net ttntrv e 0 et iAww
==r .
& Water :=- -.- .
Rates... : r
,. .-..;rJ': -..-:.--...---: --:.-:.-......ea- wo: r000 I P. Aua tank r
Water rates will be raised, effective _r Mr1.rL.w NYwrNNNMr.Ir.r.Nr..-.wr..r1.r ..-.... .,.I.r-n_,
rp..N..r1..r.-------- --- .aHM-
December 1, for the city water w NI1wAA..w...wwOL..NwN-b..--_w.Li SS-_..- MANISCHEWITZ t
system. The raise is necessary to w Aur _an--Awaww BOURBONS CANADIANS CREAM WINES
meet bonding requirements for the RR 3 Box 1677. Starke.Fl.er 4 4I
outstanding debt for the system Improvements A. Starke. Fl 3ZO'J] -
made in 1979.

An ordinance has been prepared ......-_....No0OAOa. .Nw O.N..rw.nT'''''....0000 00,00040,......,001034040TOT0.
by City Attorney Gene Shaw to am -.0 000405-O-TOA4a r 0Th.?C-TNa NAt _w___
mend the existing rates. New rates ? 1A- 0001aTI 430040 00000a
will be posted at several places 0 33Sh SQ5 E. Adkinn Straet. Starko. PI 320- ,
around town and will become effective
December 1. I I / I
Residential rates will be raised flMMt.l ....
from $7.50 to $9 minimum for a ';:=Ar.-.r UT -0..N--.0,0S'iT 0A0ANATOA' :.AIIT.ONtaw, ..-',..TOW--:.AT-.1PKA4...-' '-MATH. -ftssOM-4,10= -' CHABUi Nll>. H< f' KIIIIN* i iVlr i
K<)S( ]
; jisiBllllfiMf'
residential users and from $9 to 10.50 wIIDTbrMwOII w.000.000
minimum for commercial rates. C 5,00405..a.n,.- C 40(0(044 = Mr7.a,. .=.--"

The minimum charge is for 3,000 N .. rr.OAUuwrC.CWTaw ='WN"NO.....:' .ICOnupGCN < u', "",=...u..,.a,::GiJ
gallons per month. Rates for the .. ,
next 2,000 gallons are $1.80 for both .a T Tr..wwr.... r "950 5900 MASSON
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commercial and residential users. :':::'::;==::':..1.---: 4100 4087 1 1 '
An additional 3,000 gallons will be ..,a5-N

$1.20 per thousand gallons for all ... 1466 1468
users, and all above 8,000 gallonswill T.Trwr-.A.r/w-r.rrw 5566 5555 A +
be charged at $.72 thousand .. I ,
per .
=-=:::::=,0:0.- 68 6J
gallons. ?
Hampton Elementary School is a.rr5r.nrNrr.rr 5634 5611 + 1

now being charged $30 per month .pen. :.. wwr.aa.a.r eo 02afTr.rra.r1 PRICES BEGIN _
flat rate. That will be changed to the .
regular commercial rate. ,nn ,
The amount required for depositfor .r--r..r/r 5950 5900 THROUGH
new customers will be raised
from $25 to $50 and a grace period "------.L-. t"\\ Iv..... "" .\0... \! ,
until the bill is past due will be set at _OJ
10 after :..Iwl ----
days receipt. -

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Volunteer Fireman Succeeds in GettingNew

y .. Firefighter Goes Beyond Call of Duty... Water Source Smith Lake AreaThanks I

Keystone Height Volunteer Firefighter Jeff Miller It for
..j well known for going call of duty through hit
1 dedication to flreflghtlng efforts In the Lake Region. said the department
to Jeff Miller of Keystone Due to the increased population the project,
\ : ,,,:, Heights and his employer. Hercules around lakes in that area and the present plans to have an which Insurance could evaluation
Operations of Starke, residents of the low level In these bodies of water conducted soon, In the possibly
< Smith Lake Road mean a decrease
area along County It had become almost Impossible for in that
214 Including McRae and Big Tree subdivlilon volunteer firemen to fill up their fire insurance coverage that In case area.of
can sleep a bit easier at night, tankers from this source. If water ran Hartley also pointed out the tanker
knowing they now have a better sourceof out while fighting a fire, it usually a power Interruption, from the task
filled four times
water to fight fires. meant a trip of six or seven miles back be station.
the fire
located at
r Miller,an engine mechanic with Her- to Keystone Heights to fill up again.The
Y refill time at Station 23 (McRae) required
cules for the past ten years, and a
and Lu Millerof
approximately 30 minutes, Miller Is the son of
member of the Keystone Volunteer Fire
( Department, saw the need of the which could make the difference in saving the Indian Beach section of Santa Fe
McRae volunteer fire department for a or losing a structure. Lake and is known for going beyond the
dedication to
in his
call of duty
better source of water. Knowing that
the Lake Region.He .
efforts in
Hercules had some 500-gallon water Although there Is no pump on the tank firefighting
tanks that were no longer In use, Miller at Big Tree, and once emptied it must was assisted in this latest effort by
asked for and received a donation of be refilled, the tank at McRae can be Lt. Paul Bateman of the Clay County
two tanks for this purpose, and the Big refilled by pump. Even if there is a Fire and Rescue unit,who helped coor-
Tree Property Owners' Association power outage and water cannot be dinate assistance from Clay County
rM contributed a small section of propertyas pumped, the water source is still there, and Chester Moody who spearbeadedthe
a spot where one of the tanks could ready for use. effort at Big Tree.

be located. The other tank was placedat McRae Fire Chief John Hartley It's good to know there are still some
the McRae Volunteer Fire Depart- praised Miller for his untiring efforts, on people "Who DO Care".

A I r DER Hopes to Issue Intent to Permit I I

. Polk
County Site in Early JanuaryA

IIMEIAHSCounty: 1 1 '
: proposed $75 million plant in west- lag, after which the hearing officer federal Superfund money from states
JI central Florida's phosphate region now would issue a recommended order. If that do not yet have a plan in place for
.', has top priority with Florida's Depart- unfavorable to DER, the agency could; disposing of their hazardous waste for
ment of Environmental Regulationsince appeal the adverse ruling to the District the next 20 years.The Superfund moneyis
it could likely be completed and in Court.: used by states to clean up their toxic
operation at least two years before a DER waste sites, and the loss of these funds
Even with this possible delay,
CommissionHas treatment could be Florida an estimated $20
facility ready to officials feel that the Polk County plant .would cost
operate in Union County. The $75 could be completed about two years million.
million plant would be owned and earlier than one in Union County due to Eight Southeastern states have been
Tiger by the TailIn operated by Florida First Processors,a the lengthy bidding process and other trying to negotiate an agreement
subsidiary company organized by Mid- factors. whereby they would accept hazardous
continental Development, a unit of waste shipments from each other,

the workshop Monday, Oct. 9, The crux of the matter has not been Kemron of McLean, Va. Plan DemonstrationIn under certain conditions. However this
Bradford commissioners found they addressed. As a result of the need to speed up the meanwhile, The Mulberry agreement has been threatened by the
construction of a plant, DER staffers Press reports that irate citizens and environmental refusal of Alabama to accept any more
have a tiger by the tail, and don't know Commissioners skirted the issue of held a conference with Florida First of- groups are planning a protest shipments from states that do not have
how to turn it loose. ad- ficials in Tampa on October 3 to receive demonstration for November 7 in their treatment plants in place. Florida
defining indigency Monday night, additional information before acting on front of the Polk County Commis and Georgia would be among those
In a meeting composed of commissioners mitting any exemption for hardshipcases the company's application for the per- sioners' offices in downtown Bartow. adversely affected by Alabama s man-
their advisors, mayors and will open a flood-gate of requests. mit to operate a hazardous waste treat- The Press also reported that the date.

president of Rental Property Owners Success or failure of the assessment is ment plant in Polk County. spect of having a hazardous waste pant Florida First officials estimate that
Association Ben Holtzendorf found in Polk County had already resulted in trucks and five railroad cars
they tied Raoul Clark of DER said the new about 20
to .
.><>th support and opposition for the $100 indigency exemptions.While data will be reviewed and if found to be lower appraisals on some property in carrying hazardous wastes would pass
ioecial assessment. most people can pay the $100, correct and complete, DER will give that area. through the Polk County plant each
some relief ought to be for notice in January of its intention to The DER was spurred to action by an day. They say the facility would be the
Dissidents visible in given per- issue for the October deadline the most advanced disposal plant in the
highly prior a permit plant near 17 imposed by
who really cannot afford to the
sons pay U.S. and would exceed all state and
meetings, were absent from the Mulberry. Opponents of the plant could U.S. Environmental Protection Agency -
commissioners $100. then request an administrative hear which threatened to withhold federal air-quality standards.
workshop, allowing an
opportunity to work under optimum But there may be 200 or 300 people in

conditions.Still the county who should properly have

there were no easy answers. relief. Jt( 5. Letters to the Editor.

Commissioners should set
Exempting churches was easy, and guidelinesfor
will probably be approved next Monday determining what constitutes in-

night. Providing for quarterly digency. And, perhaps:;, a board of Reader Says County Commission Places Unbearable Burden on PeopleDear

payments this year is left up to Tax Col- volunteer citizens, similar to the zoning
lector Esther Hall, letting commis- boards which work efficiently, would bea Editor: ficial should be prepared to face the propriate: (1) a Grand Jury to examine
good tool to determine who meets the I was surprised that there were no music for actions committed under the questions of impropriety and
sioners off the hook on that one. Some
indigency requirement. Such citizen published letters to ,the editor from guise of representing the voters. ,,, mismanagement; and (2) a.recall election -
form of relief will be given to rental Bradford voters last week '
property County Two very viable options were not considered to determine if, the taxpayers of
owners and money will be found board .would remove political implications regarding the recent actions of the by the< County-'Commission Bradford County'are satisfied with the
for volunteer fire departments. when determining who is exempt. Boar Commission: County School when they were evaluating the need for way our county government is being
and the Property Appraiser. the new special assessment: operated.
There should have been an expressionof 1. They did not consider cutting the Malcolm L.Hill
total outrage by property owners. budget to meet anticipated revenue. If Sampson Lake
10 Year Old Boy First Victim For one,I am outraged at what is being they were running a private business
I done to the County's property owners. and couldn't stay within anticipated income BUS Fans ThankedFor
Everytime one picks up the paper they would be fired forthwith.
After New Gun LawSooner there are stories from around the State 2. Instead of a county jail expansion, Courtesy Shown
about the attempted abuse of taxpayersby consideration should have been given to Madison Band
County and State officials. The taxpaying with other counties for the Thanks to Bradford High School foot-
or later it was bound to hap- Tuesday, because the State Attorney for citizens of Bradford County are housing Bradford County prisoners.A ball fans, the Band from Madison High
But perhaps it happened sooner the 7th Judicial Circuit is still reviewingthe not being treated any different and its county the size of Bradford cannot afford School was able to perform their show
pen. test case of a new Sheriff's office report and the new time for it to stop! jail operation the way State regula- before an enthusiastic group of people.
than expected-
for laws. "The law is so new that weweren't The County Commissioners, County tions require a jail to be operated. Those who stayed the extra 10 or IS
law making parents responsible gun School Board and the County Property __There might be reasons our county officials minutes enjoyed an excellent perfor-
keeping firearms out of reach of their quite" sure how it would apply to Appraiser have placed a burden on tax- want a county jail that don't immediately mance. This action demonstrates the
children. thiscase, the State Attorney said. payers of this county that is, for most, meet the eye. highest quality of sportsmanship and

Just last Sunday, one week after the Laws that became effective October 1 unbearable. Its time we recognize these The county budget must be trimmed courtesy a Bradford County from
actions for what they are- pe
of and voters must be allowed to vote on the great effort
the State
new law went Into effect, 10-year-old also direct Department misfeasance in office.I any new taxes and assessments. our football team and our own band and
Scott Carlton of San Mateo, near Education to develop a gun-safety attended most of the County Com- Elected officials must be made to the respect for our neighbors shown at
Palatka, lost his life while visiting a course for use in public schools. It will mission meetings regarding the special realize who they are elected to repre- the game demonstrates once again that
nine-year-old friend, who took a .22 be reviewed by lawmakers at the assessment and one meeting of the sent. Stare is a great town in which to live.

calibre rifle from a gun rack in his regular legislative session next spring. Assessment observed the Review County Committee.Commission I com-have elected Based officials on the in collective our county conduct government of- Jim Duncan,Superintendent

room, pointed it at Scott, and pulled the However, the principal of the school pletely ignore the pleading of thousandsof two measures appear to be ap- Bradford County Schools
trigger.It attended by the boys isn't waiting for Bradford County citizens and,
against the will of the majority,pass an
that. "We're looking into a course right

cases.was it..was.he the"didn't..oft-repeated and know Scott it story Carlton was loaded"But In such paiddearly now.something.. and within I expect the week we'll"implement he said. It not emergency assessment necessary.medical for. Jail service operations that was and :Forestry in Bradford County; I

carelessnessof would be wise for other schools also to The Property Appraiser has doubled, By Stan Shepard
with his life for the Christmas tree plantings are not
take measures even if and in some cases pro Bradford Forester
some stop-gap Iiphaveheard County
friend's eligible.
his friend and his parents.The perty assessments. him .
only a series of lectures or demonstra- the
Pine seedlings available from
that he was required to do so by
single bullet that was in the rifle tions by qualified deputies from the say"The State". Well, we didn't vote for a Bradford County to forestland owners in a Division of Forestry Include--
chamber hit Scott in the abdomen. He sheriff's office or other law enforce- State bureaucrat to run the Appraiser'sOffice can reforestation qualify now incentives participate program spon- Genetically Improved and Slash Pine,
Loblolly Pine Longleaf Pine.
died later Sunday night in a Jackson- ment agency. attended of Bradford the Tax County.I 'Assessment. Com- sored by Florida Forestry Assn. The Once planting is completed and the

ville hospital.The The life of a child, or perhaps even an mittee meeting and watched the Florida Reforestation Incentives Program County Forester certifies that the trees

new law makes it a third-degree adult, is too high a price to pay for lack members "rubber stamp" approval of (stop to reforest) encourages their !land private by reimbursing landowners are planted correctly, the landowner
will then be reimbursed for the cost of
felony for an adult to leave a gun within of such simple instructions as never to all of the Assessor's actions.All of these them for the cost of the pine the seedlings.If .
elected officials should hang their collective -,
reach of a child who uses it to kill or permanent point a gun at another person, even in heads in shame. seedlings they plant. you are Interested in this programyou
injure another person. No play, without first determining whetherit Over the years the County Commis- This program will be available can call my office or stop by the
statewide for the first time. Although
charges had been filed in the case as of is loaded or not. sion has removed established programs sponsored by the Florida Forestry ASCS office at the Agricultural
from the budget and placed them in the Assn., the FRIP program is a Building in Starke and sign up.

category of special assessments, and cooperative effort supported by the
the County budget continues to rise.
yet Division Forestry, the ASCS offices
: I Somewhere this has got to stop. The and Florida's forest industry. Florida's
Say It Isn't So. .. Abraham Lincoln. and TheodoreRoosevelt. practice of spending everything they forest industry funds the program by AttendThe
*" .. I take in In taxes is simply bad managements contributions of money or seedlings.'
1 I 1 Sept.S was the beginning of sign-up at Historic
,An ill-conceived, _. I We heard the Sheriff while courting local ASCS ol ce. Participationwill
so-called "move- + If Ronald Reagan had a sense of I Iment" the voters promise that he could builda be on a first come-first serve basis
be embarrassed ': new Jail without new taxes. I guess he with landowners asked to consider the Middleburg
to add ex- propriety he would thought we would forget about thathave We: ,
President Ronald and lll-at-ease to have himself even : seen his salary Increase by 16%. following program' will objectives:to plantseedlings
Reagan's grinning !le' considered for placement among I Does a county the size of Bradford really Landowners for agree Festival

face to that of the such masters statesmanship.. need to pay its Sheriff over$56,000 ayearT recommended by the Counter.Lndowners .

four great U.S. +r Already he is better remembered I have the owning least 10 acres October 21
In recent years we seen
Presidents scandals his will agree to plant a minimum,of 8
already for the of
.County School Board raise the entry .
carved in stone on administration- Iran/Contra affair level starting salary for teachers to the. acres.- seedlings will be ordered from On Main St..

Mount Rushmore, the HUD (low Income housing) point that it U the highest level starting' the Division of Forestry AFTER signup

Is reported to have debacle, and neglect of the salary of any county employee.results I Are don't1 wegetting at the local ASCS office. DowntownMiddleburg
slowed down during environment- for his expertise comparable -MaxImum reimbursement will be

the past two month, according in getting on the six o'clock news into I jl ..think Of come so! all of the Ugh salaries of' for generally up to 60,000 a sufficient pine seedlings.to This plant is

the "Committee on Monumental a photo-op setting, or making some elected officials have been blamed on quantity
J.Progr..ss" J. with the corresponding .80acnlll. ,
Americans "feel good" with talk I I ;the legislature, '
comments that they do not have any -
We hope this marks the beginning about "standing tall". control of It. In truth, county officers .. .
lower the 'actually lobbied the legislature to take o'c;
of a monumental failure to .
dignity of the four monumental In our opinion, Washington Jefferson ,over monkey the wouldbeoff, responsibility their so back..''that$43,000 the 1.t

figures that now grace that Lincoln, and Roosevelt should plus a year for elected Tax Collector, @ IW"I1"
monumental slab of granite* four be spared the embarrassment of Clerk and Assessors is Just a little. "too\ :.
giants ofjhlstory: who earned their having' Mr. R Join their.foursome. If 'much for a county our size .Qio.NWMnON.JOMMM.MlMjflihwd .

way to an Immortal position on that should happen Heaven forbid, .Commissioners I have beard that who two voted of the for.County the : .......... .. ". '
Mount RushmoreGeorge It would be the monumental faux assessment were not planningto PL each Thuradcy and: entered on Second Ota MctftarotRMMM4MOS ,

Washington, Thomas Jefferson, pas of the century. special run for offices again U this is true n, 'Pod onto.at 3tak ftoddd tnd.r Act of,Morca s,la7!.: ,

then to me this is die grossest form of> 1 trod. ...co per ieafI'.oo..Tai.IN. I
misfeasance ,of office. An elected. .of-I .. ..O.Omw*Mark*.NataPale Qardu s k a t l toO0...,Y,ari taio...R On.r
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A u' SociaCItems :Parties I le tings



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of '79 at 10-Year Reunion...
Ingston Spradley. Andrea F.aver Wntrrhoiiup, Melanie Morris Stevens.
Members of the Class of 1979 ol Bradford IIIg' School gathered Aug.19 at Sarah Biggs Jana Godwin Vickie Corbett. Connie Dyal Bell. tIL'h1ULIISOF111(. !JOAIII
the Holiday Inn In Orange Park for their 10th reunion. Third row Benjy Bryant, Sara Norton hints Sheri Shin Williams Kim
Class members present: Solze Teston. Stacey Hayes. .......... Wilbur L. Waters ..._ Maxie Carter Jr.
First row ('-'): Marvin Tyson Addle Melton. Cathy Schoening Hicks, Back rows: Dale Grlffis. Sylvan Williams. Dwayne Baldwin. David .....of c.....c..............-DI.....'N.. --it- ...... MN M c....",c._,........-01,,,,..N.-aL.

n5S1Pl2W'rl.OUv'r> Cindy Griffith Snell Marcus Cruce. Douglas Jones. Tom Williams Mike Lawson Todd Hicks Beth Dyal Thomas .._...... Ross Chandler .?.....,. Lennard ..schlorrnBJ
Tlllman. John Tatum. Monlque Gravel. Alderman Eric Norman. Randall Crawford Allan Montgomery. Mike .......C..ly c..............-0......'N..---I.- Sd..I e.eON1.MI' .N..
Second row Julie Chambers Stewart. Carol Debbie Andrews Troy Ell. Butch Faulkner. Chastain. John Dale
Hayes. Harper Marty Evans. James Watson
Anderson Harriett Hamm. Lynn Barber Sherrl Norman. Tasha Liv- Tenly John Goolsby. Nelson. Scott Roberts. s......-D'k'N.. ..
'Y................1....../.......,............_. .oo..rPv1.r..mNawb, rWn/lw." ........
I BHS Class of 1979 Holds 10-Year Reunionlocal N.._..,.........m.n..

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"It was a huge success 1 I" was the typical response for many of the class graduates were unaoie to make it. Most of the out-of-state graduates THE; FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD
members who got together to reminisce and see faces they haven't seen for made the trip for the reunion.

10 years. Door prizes were given away throughout the evening. The class of 1979

Aug.The 19 reunion with Melanie of the Class of 1979 was held at the Orange Park Holiday Inn wishes to thank all the sponsors who made It possible: Carla's Sandwich c....... I c......I c.I....S Caumw 4 C.'._.a c.......
Morris Stevens giving the opening invocation. Dinner Shop Allen's Office Supplies & Printing Co., Hogans Heroes, Oscar's
was served at 8 p.m. with London Broil as the main entree. Following din- Tropical Fish Jones Craft Shop Pizza Hut PJ's Sporting Goods, Tv" ........N To'oI .......... '.'01 N..._ "......... L.u,1. '
ner, Grover Howard did a fantastic Awards .. .._.,... N.mb.r.f .......... ,..
Job as disc-jockey. were givento Mitchell's Drug Store Leila's TG&Y Radio Shack Jax Liquors Winn .,...... ......... .......... A.m.n1i"......b. ... Iw Vol.T..bl.D.. De......
David Jones for
coming from Korea to attend. Also Cathy Schoening Dixie Publix Supermarket, The Bradford County Telegraph Beechler's a....'..I. "........ IM ..... ......._... N ee...
Hicks of Raiford for having the most children. Printing, Skeeter,Peggy Crawford Oliver The Deep Pet Store Denmark I........ "........ Ac....
This reunion was made possible by the dedication and hard work of three Furniture Leila's again.
young ladies Chambers Stewart Crawford Oliver and ,,_....... 0 33 0 0
Peggy Cindy On behalf of the BHS Class of 1979 thanks to everyone who came. It was
Griffith Snell who worked countless hours locating people and making ar great 11 I See you all in 1994 until then may God be with you. c..........,
rangements.Also Marvin Tyson and Dwayne Cummings were responsiblefor
the Invitation design and helping to locate people..Sherri Norman madea .
school banner. Shirley and John Dixon also helped locate many people."It Bublitz and Rhoden Receive PromotionsMrs. .MMLCH.w..
was like being a private detective trying to locate people," says Cin- ....
dy Griffith Snell "Especially the ladies who were married.?' Marcia Rhoden of Starke who is currently employed with the ...
Approximately 90 graduates showed for the occasion. Many came after Department of Corrections at the Gainesville Regional Office has recently :c.1 2 198.854 3.0Z0.
the class picture was taken.! Everyone had a wonderful time. Most of the received a promotion. Mrs. Rhoden will be serving as secretary to the
Assistant Superintendent at Baker Correctional Institution.Mrs. .u...........
Linda Bublitz formerly of New River Correctional Institution ..MV.
received a promotion to be secretary to the Superintendent of Baker Cor- ...,......

f' Births ) rectional.A .L.1
hearty congratulations goes our to you Marcia and Linda I .,:; ...: 0 3 0 0

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Joshua Michael Goins .
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Rosa Lee Goins and her family announce the birth of a son, Joshua Do You Have News For Us? ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE
Michael, born Oct. 9. He weighed 8 lb. 4 oz., and measured 21" long. He is PROPORTIONALLY H'' i1/IEQ. -

welcomed by his aunt, Sally. If you have an upcoming celebration wedding engagement, or birth

Maternal grandparents include Susan Quick of Starke and Elbert Goins announcement you would like to submit to The Telegraph please send ........._".." ....11.. ..,....br IM.........b wr......,....._
of Clio S.C.Great your news to our Social Editor Ms. Kathy Prevatt Rt. 2, Box 2500 ..............a u.rMJ 'jJ i '.........oCIIAIRPkRSON
grandparents are DeWitt and Rose Padgett now of Starke and Starke Fl. 32091. L / 64-6280

Jane Coins of Clio S.C. Have you recently had a luncheon banquet or function with your : ./ .A" nn.l /r..wqcuNN
? We'd like to that it the attention It .
organization see gets special KLi. hQ t.ww !t.-. 964-6280
Tabitha Jade Crews deserves! Call Kathy at 964-4036 to have it reported. I'N"I ,.....,
Don't forget your family reunions can be announced In The Telegraph I
Edward and Carrie Crews of Lawtey announce the arrival of their and anniversary celebrations or birthday parties are always welcome
daughter, Tabitha Jade born Sept. 21 in Alachua General Hospital. news.
Tabitha weighed 9 lb., 9 oz. and measured 21 inches long. There will probaby be many Halloween Thanksgiving Christmas and
"Watertal a 1 grandparents Mr: & Mrs. Ronnie Sellers of Lawtey. New Year celebrations Just around the. corner. Call Kathy. She'll be glad.
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BHS Meet Oct. 16

Ads to Seniors' Parents The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill
meet at 6:30: p.m., Monday Oct.
16 at Western Steer Steakhouse. The
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of your graduate's accomplishments and success.
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Church News -

Hope Baptist Church retirement, they do not have any directly to this account and receive a sary on Friday, Oct. 13, at 7:30: p.m.
retirement benefits. They have tax credit. -and Sunday, Oct. 15 at 11 a.m.
Highland Baptist Honors MissionariesOn found an Ideal place at the Park of Miss Reba and Misss Anne have Rev. Tarrance Robinson, Pastor,
Plans Fall Festival Sunday, Oct. 15, at 11 a.m., the Palms In Keystone which is a life blessed so many In this,area, now It welcomes everyone.
Hope Baptist Church will honor two lease. In order to move In, they need Is our turn to be a blessing to them.
Highland Baptist Church invites area missionariesMiss] Reba 17000. An accounf has been set up Electrician?
you to a Fall Festival on Saturday, Thompson and Miss Anne Bell.They at the Keystone State Bank, 200 Allen AME Church Need An
Oct. 21. Come and Join In the games, Lawrence Blvd., Account 149583 in
have served this area for 38 years Plans CelebrationGreater DAN WAINWRIGHTork
prizes, and hayrides. teaching In school Bible clubs and the name of Hope Baptist Church call ,
The festival will start at 5:30 AME n (
p.m. F.B.O. The Bell-Thompson Fund. Allen Chapel Work I
with a spaghetti dinner and end at camps.In talking with them about their Church of Starke will be celebratingits 19649139)TENDERS ) SIngle...3 Resonirly PJ1ced
8:30 p.m. You may make your donations Pastor's and Church's Anniver --
Children learn --
3:16: and pre- .
schoolers, I John 4:10: for a prize. A. .,.

North We are of Lawtey.located on Highway 301, $UtI. 110.. WED. TMUII. FRI.e SAT.

Church of God i------: : Holly Farms '5 jTUf.1 11 11 13 14

Fall FestivalThe e w Prices in this adSunday good Monday,
Starke Church of God located Grade A Oct. 9 thru Oct. 15, 1989.
at 422 N. St. Clair St., will be havinga
Fall Festival for all ages from 9 i

a.m.-3 This p.m.festival will feature items WHOLE fRYERS
such as handmade flop-tarred bun- I
nies, baked goods woodwork
games, prizes, pony rides, many
crafts, food and fun. til
Everyone is invited to share the AND MIXED
fun-filled day. For more information 4
Call 964-8583 or 964-7466.

Plans Beulah HomecomingThis Baptist I FRYER Y

Sunday, October 15, Beulah c _
Baptist Church will be having its _
homecoming, beginning with lunchat R !
1 p.m.Special. PARTS
singing featuring The Lb
Gospel Servants and our own Weeks .
Family will be in the afternoon.
Everyone is welcome. I

Kingsley Lake Baptist rras e 0
Homecoming Sunday 5?pr

Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will gumbo
observe its 125th anniversary on
Sunday,Oct. 15 by having homecoming. hICken
It will be a special day with
guest speaker, Rev. Ellis Parker
pastor of Cross Creek Baptist ifs
Church and Eugene Matthews ,
Editor of The Bradford County a faCsw
Telegraph.Mr.Matthews will tell In-
teresting moments of history duringthe E9
time of the church organizing un-
til day.
Special music will be shared by
previous members of the church in "Your Choice"RED
the morning worship service.Dinneron
the grounds will follow the morn- DELICIOUS
ing service. Rev. Fred Touchton is Fresh Gteeit
the pastor.All ROME APPLES
former members and friendsare j Lb. .5'5
invited to come and share this 1
125th anniversary with the membersof t

located Kingsley on Hwy.Lake 16 at Baptist Kingsley Church Lake., I, w Sea Blend PABST LT $ 99

Brooker BaptistHas l IMITATION

Plans Homecoming Annual MeetingBrooker CRAB MEAT 12/12pkcn 5 Lb. Bag

Baptist Church hosted its
annual homecoming dinner on Sun
day, Oct. 1. Rev. Charley Green, sAS//*" Iff" $

pastor services.of the church, conducted the 1 USDA Choice Beef $179 379TOP ,

River The annual Baptist meeting Association of the will New be 'RWND//' Lb. HIO' Hliv.2hJ el

hosted by Brooker Baptist on Mon- .t ri) 33ITOI
day afternoon, Oct. 16, beginning at LONDON BROILv .
4 p.m. There will be a dinner break
at 6 with the program continu- f
ing from 7-9 p.m. ROAST 2 Liter 'Your Choice"

12 Oz. Frozen TURNIP GREENS/
First Baptist of Lawtey Pepsi Cola

Revival at the First Baptist S )) LION
Church in Lawtey will be held Oct. 28
16-20 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. There will 89 ORANGE JUICE
also be a 11 a.m. service beginning GREENSevTivh
Tuesday, Oct. 17. Dr. Tommy Watson
from Andrews, N.C., will be
guest preacher. Diet Pepsi
There will be special music each 2 Liter Diet Mtn. Dew 9 9 10

night by church members. A Mtn. Dew .. ,. .. ,. .99 .59C
nursery will be provided for babies. /i
Rev. Grayson McNeill, Pastor, 12. 12 Oz. Pepsi L b i
cordially invites all to attend any or and Related Items. .. .. .. 2.99 I II
all services. I

New Hope BaptistAnniversary SundayNew LOW' PRICES..EVERYDAY n4f

Hope Baptist Church will be
celebrating their annual church an-
niversary on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 11 I'
8 Oz. Italian/Ranch/
a.m.with Rev.Jake Davis speaking 32 OunceHUNT'S 9.5 Oz. MericoCINNAMON 16 Oz. Squeeze Margarine
and at 3 p.m., with Rev. Eddie Thousand Island III ;
charge. Dinner will be served.

Gospel First SingThe Community Church of 79 99 89 79 :

Brooker will be holding a gospel sing
Saturday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
The featured group will be the Ii .. ',
"Gospel Echoes" of Georgia. 'I
Everyone is welcome.

25 Oz. White House 8 Oz. Elbow Macaroni/Regular & Sealtest 8 Oz. 'Assorted Yogurt
Regular Or Natural Plus Thin Spaghetti COTTAzG'
Oct. 16-20

Elem. & Middle SchoolMONDAY

gravy,turnip: Salisbury......,pudding steak mashed cornbread potatoes,milk.* 79 Mtaelhreltbowa $169 .2199c
TUESDAY i Baked ham candied sweet potatoes,
fruit,coconut cake,hot rolla.milk.I
a.fnacb tries, green beans, fruit
. lelle ml1ll.
THURSDAY, Fried chicken, macaroni 4
. cheese, men peas strawberry shortcake hot
; FRIDAY Spaghetti./_ sauce cheese stir,
t tosssd salad,apple crisp french.bread,milk. 147 Oz. 1.50 Off 15.5 Oz. Beef 20 Lb. Tender Moist Dog Food

:i MONDAYi Bradford Sloppy Joe High on bun School, buttered com, SURF DETERGENT TONY DOG FOOD JIM DANDY
t i
peaches brownie milk.
t tUESDAYt Taco (meal, cheese, lettuce,
t tomato),green beans fruit crisp milk.
J WEDNESDAY Fred chicken\ ,mashed potatoes
J *gravy,applesauce cookie.hot rolls milk. $739ti
| THURSDAY Whaler on .bun, trench fries,coleslaw $599 //1
" chocolate cake ml1II.i .
FRIDAYS Chicken ..... cheese Mix garden
J_ mod, strawberry shortcake. biscuits i. honey,

i A-U-Carte.
- MONDAY Plaza hamburgers,-.dopfnKII
S .
fries milkshakes.TUESDAY
f ,Cheeseburgers,pizza,trench fries,
I '
i mllkahakes OJ. / t / / 1 r
! WCONEXDAYi Hamburgers, eondogs, pizza
$ trench fries,mllkahak.
S THURSDAY Corn dog cheeseburgers, trench
s K: fries,mllkahakes.f tl y I. g e
FRIDAY i Hamburgers coradogs,pUia,trench
:S fries,milkshakes.S .
>Each day students ban choice of a bach,'.
salad barer.-..-.

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PAUL WRIGHT has mad. application Publication of thlt Notlc. hat begun
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. I for on September 28, 1989.
Sol ag. Yard to the Bradford .Attorn.y for Pertonal
Board of Adlu.tm.nt an County R.pr.s.ntativ.:
prop.rty that I.
ctosslfl.d OR and d..crlbed below' JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. P.A.
Approllimat.'y' 1.66 acr.s. : P.O. Drawer 938 r
Tn.hlp 5 5., Rang. 22 East. Parc.1 13. Stark., Florida 32091 CarnivaCs I
01172. -OO2OO, J904)) 964.5700 ,
Th.Bradford County Zoning Pertonal Repretentallve:
Board will
revl.w the application DENNIS BENNETT
recomm.ndatlan make a Route 1,Box 747

Board of h' to"th.nt for Bradford County lawtey.Florida 32058 Hampton Lawtey Community School.
to b. h.ld th"r' Public 9/284tchg 10/19 Elementary. .
hearing at 7:30
: p.m., In th. Control No.210

::209 N. JIT"Thompson"".."St." Stork room of, Florida City Hall, .. .. . '" . . . ... .. . Friday Oct. 27 Carnival... Saturday, Oct. 28 Carnival...

TuMdoy October 24. 1989 on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA From M p.m., HamPton Elementary will have Its carnival. Raffle Lawtey's traditional smoked and fried fish dinners will kickoff the
At this tlm., all p.rson. will b. h.ord EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, tickets for a 19" color TV, microwave and ceiling fan are now being sold Halloween festivities at Lawtey school at 5p.m. 1500 pounds of mullet have,
concerning this application, a. specified IN AND FOR for $1 each by students. been ordered, so bring your biggest appetite to savor these fish dinners
Bradford There will be which include baked beans, french fries cole slaw and ice tea at cost of
County Zoning Cods BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA a concession stand with the usual items,such as drinks, hot a
Zoning Dh.ctor PROBATE DIVISION dogs, hamburgers, etc. only $3.50 each.
B.C.B,of ADJ.Control CASE NO.89.121.CP Featured booths will include hay rides, Bingo, football toss, frisbee tic- Raffle tickets are being sold on a Browning automatic 12 gauge Model
228 FILE NO: 14109IN tac-toe, lollipop pull, dragon crawl, and cake walk. A500, a VCR and a color TV. A separate raffle for students only is being
Itchg10/12 RE: ESTATE OF Costume Judging will be held at 5 p.m., 8 y'all come dressed in your held on a Nintendo game. Tickets are being sold by students and will also
F.R. CARRADINE Deceated hauntingly finest, for all to seer! be available at the carnival.
.___ ____ h._____ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION The usual carnival booths will include Bingo, dunkin' booth, haunted
NOTICE OF REQUEST Th. administration of th. estate of house, hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn, candied apples, and soft drinks. A
FOR PROPOSALS F.R. CARRADINE, d.c.a..d, Fil. Southside Elementary costume parade will be held at 5 p.m.
Notlc. It h.r.by given that Service Numb.r 1.4109,1. pending In the Circuit The square dance group is having a Chinese Auction to raise money for
Pro ld.ra for Job Training Portn.r.hlp Court for Bradford County, Florida, Probate Friday Oct. 27 Carnival. the carnival also.
Act Till. II-A Adult and Youth Program Division' the address for which I. .. Downtown Lawtey will be hoppin' and that's for sure... so don't miss this
Youth Competencies Program and Ex- Bradford County Courthouse. Starke, Booths at Southside will include Pumpkin Bowling, Go-fish, Pencil pull biggest event of the yearl! Hitch a ride on the witch's broom and come on
.mplary Youth Program services for th. Florida. Th. nom. and address of th. Candy castle, Jack-O-Lantern squirt Bean bag toss, Treasure chest, .... down while there's still room I
be period Juy 1, 1989 to Jun. 30, 1990 will personal repre.entatlve and th. personal Basketball throw, Photo pins CaTcewalk. Basketball throw, Photo pins, 11
by Florida' Suwann. Makeup Booth, Fingernail decorating, Bubble chance balloons
Prl representative s attorney are set gum on Southside
Vall.y at. aW
Indu.try Council through forth below. stick and snow cones. c:

solicitation Florida1 of propo.ali. All Interested persons are required to Also available will be Food and Fun store, Funnel cakes, and popcorn..
Delivery Area Consists, of Vall.y Alachua Service, Bradford file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON to Hamburgers Southside and cokes will be sold by the Kiwanis Club, with profits going ElementaryCalendar
Hamilton Columbia., loloy.lt.,Dixie Madison, Gllchrl.t Suwon., NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against th. ettate Two Moonwalks will be featured this year, along with the dunkin' booth, of Events...

nM. Taylor, and Union Count! .. and ((2)) any objection by an Intere.ted Bingo, and the haunted house. Oct. 13: Picture Day and Crazy
Proposals are due In th.North Central perton to whom notice was mailed that event Sounds lBrooker 1 like a pile of fun is in store, so you won't want to miss this big Hat Day.

Florida Regional Planning Council office challenges th. validity of th. will the Oct. 17 Safety Program, 9 a.m. i
by Wednesday, Nov.mb.r 1, 1989 at qualifications of th. personal representative PARENTS: Each student who'
12.00 noon. A copy of th. Requ.it for v.nu., or jurisdiction of the ElementarySaturday would like to receive an Individual:
Proposals can b.obtained by contacting court. color portrait package must make!

the North C.ntral Florida R.glonal Plane ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Oct. 28 Carnival... payment to the photographer before
ring Council, which i.rve. o. th. ad. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. they are photographed. There Is a
minlstrotiv..ntly for th. Job Training Publication of this Notice hat b.gun Brooker will begin their carnival events with a Parade, forming at the 100 percent guarantee of satisfaction. :
Program In this area. Their addre. and on Octob.r 3, 1989. Brooker Subdivision at 4 p.m. The march to Brooker Elementary will be at Make checks payable to
phon. numb.r or. 235 South Main Pertonal Representative 4:30: p.m. Adults and kids are encouraged to dress and parade together.All la Delmar, including phone, address,
Str..t, Suit. 205. Galn.. III., Florida Morrell Dobbs Carradlne elementary age boys and girls will receive a "goodie bag" for dressing up student's name and school name.
32601, ((904)) 336-2200
P.O. Box 306 and marching.Featured Please do not put payment for more
Itchg 1012Control Lawtey, Florida 32058 at the carnival will be Bingo, cake walk, dunkin' booth, l'I than one student in your check.
230 Attorn.y for haunted house, crazy tunnel, fish pond, hayrides, and many other ac- f Students received their prepay pic-
Personal Representative: tivities. {rlMr. ture order form last week.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE There will be a raffle for a Browning 12 gauge automatic shotgun, a 30.30 I FROM!MRS.BOONE: Thanks to a
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 405 West Georgia Str..t rifle, a $200 gift certificate, a doublewide gas grill, and a 19" color TV. $1 program called Labels for Educa-
& Mrs.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Stark., Florida 32091 tickets are being sold by BE students and will be available at the carnival. Larry Saucer tion,our school can now obtain much
CASE NO.89-III.CP 1 ((1.4100)) Telephone No: ((904)) 964-4667 BBQ chicken dinners will be sold and served from 5:30-8 p.m. needed audio/visual tools, athletic
IN RE: Th. E.tate of Florida Bar No: 0242871 Come one, come all! Ghosts and goblins galore surely will be in store! Mr. and Mrs. Saucer reference books and
BENNETT, Deceased teaching
10/05 2tchg 10/12; Control No. 226 aids free of chargeand
ADMINISTRATION Starke Celebrate 1st Anniv.Mr. you can help.
The admlnl.tratlon of th. of Elementary.
atat is
GLEN G. BENNETT Dec.a.ed. File No.: NOTICE OF ACTION and Mrs. Larry Saucer Our goal to collect 12,000 labels

89-II1.CP ((1.4100)), It pending In th.Circuit BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUCTION Friday, October 27... will be celebrating their first labels during last that year time.I Campbell We collected Soup 11,400 will
Court for Bradford County Florida,
Probate Dlvl.lon, th.address of which IN RE: Th. License to practice of Construction Starke will be wedding anniversary provide the equipment when we
It Elementary having a Fall Fun-Day all day long on Friday. Saturday Oct. 14.Congratulations..
redeem the labels at the end of the
Bradford County Courthou.e, Stark., Students and will be
Florida 32091. ofGEORGE HOLIDAY activities are parents scheduled. participating in this fun-filled day.No evening ... drive.

Th. namet and addresses of th. p.r. d/b/o Holiday ft Son Const. We are asking everyone to help by
tonal repre.entatlve and th. personal 1225 Tom Hall Str..t STARKE UDC Weeks ChapterThe saving the labels and giving them to

repretentatlve't ottorn.y or. set forth Stark.. Floria 32091 .,'uuI. Isr W. T. Weeks Chapter of the our students or bring them to

b.law. _-- CASE NO.0108786 CHURCH OF GOD UDC will meet at 2 p.m. Monday, Southside Elementary during I
An lntere.tedfper.ont are required tor- LICENSE NO. RB 0017956 regular school hours. I
422 N.St. Clair 964-5445 Oct. 16 at the home of UDC Presi-
file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON- .Th.,D.partm.nt of Prof.s.ional1syy1oflglywI WINNER OF TilE RACE for '
John Pastor dent Mrs. Franklyn! Weisgerber,561 \
IMS OF THE *$TPUBI4CfrT1..Oy.OF THIS) "j !! Wed.an Administrative concerning the above by November 16, Spratlin. E. 1.akevtew .Drive,... Keystone September was Mrs. Blackshear.
I.JNOTICE: ((11 all claim against the .slat. ''Complaint ogolns t you, a copy of which 1959;"1h. matter of t" Administrative We invite you to worship with us Height1""** n *. /VM, .Her class collected 146 labels., MrHamilton's' .
and ((2)) any objection) by any Interned may b.obtaln.d by contacting Attorney CRay omplalnt will b. presented at an ensuing Attended Nursery Mrs. Weisgerber invites chapter class' cam\?-'), ,.,se,.:\.<.:..)
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... .- Seniors Dinner... Jacksonville areas.Her group, Crystal
Ramsey; 9-Ted Grades 2-6,
J.B. returned to their home In Mrs. eight lively nny Curtis
By Dolores Meng Clarice Adkins and Mrs. Women's Club members, are also .IIIL 10-Hope Archey; Thursdays 7 p.m.
Sommerville, S.C. with a supply of H-James Motes
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fresh water and essentials to survive attending the dinner very Ga./ 12-Raymond Rhoden,
Sunday and costumes Rosalita BOY SCOUTS: Grades 3-6,
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Visitors... until electricity was restored to that entertainment Sunday held in St. Reyes, Amanda Lester; 13-David Thursdays 7 p.m.Halloween .
J.B area. Marlene, Tiffany and Bryan Edward's Parish Hall in Starke. October Birthdays,. McCarver Frantz Innocent;
.hildren\ and Tiffany Marlene and Gladieux found and spent one week with her family here Mrs. Jewel Morris of Macclcnny Oct. 1-Polly Woods,Denver Oehl; 15-Amanda Godwin, Virgie Carnival...
Bryan! until living conditions were Improved. who provided entertainment singing 2-Charlene Clifton; 3-V101 l Lefeb- Barksdale.
helter during Hurricane Hugo at Although roof and window and dancing is the organizer of The vre Clifford Prevatt, B&aie l Maxwell Hampton The annual school Halloween carnival -
home of her mother and grand- done to their home, Jewelettes. Elementary will be held on Friday night
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"Really Tough" Santa Fe Team Challenges Bradford Friday NightA

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really tough Santa Fe defense line: center Wesley Carter, No. 75, just like BHS uses, Is Inside terns. ing i in to the middle. Tendency Is for the Raiders to run
and a dangerous backs offense with two 6-1, 225-12; the guards: Shawn linebacker Greg Lewis, No. 32. 6-0, A 10-yard out pattern to the wide The hitch: a pass into the flat to the slot side and to pull and guard I
speedy end and a very talented Parnell No. 72, 5-10, 245-12, and 235-12.Lewis...is something elSe,' receiver Freddie Solomon, No. S. behind the line of scrimmage to the and tackle, and to favor the wide
split in home will challenge Bradford Caolos wine,No.M,5-11,250-12; the says Coach Hurse. He's as good as A quick shot! .to the split end com split end. side of the field.
High a game on Bradford tackles: Doug Hodgdon, No. 73, -3, there is in the state,Hurse feels.The
Field at 8 p.m. tomorrow night (Fri 232-12, and Artie Long, 5-11,188-11. other linebacker, Frank Johnson,
dayOct. 13). The Raiders run from a wing-T offense No. 35, 5-10, 175-11. is pretty good,
A capacity crowd ta expected: l for ,but can also mix in the option too, Coach Hurse says. But Lewis
the District 3-3A battle. Santa Fe series and the power-I.They've used has size, speed, and quickness, and x
beat Bradford 2-0 in 1988 after down- all l three in past games ana to he's a hitter, says Coach Hurse.
Ing a punt at the BHS one foot line, be attempting to find the seem offense -
then tackling a Tornado ball carrier that best suits their talent. The defense also has good size is c
in the endzone. Santa Fe has good team speed. fast and quick, and reacts quickiyand
Santa Fe returns eight offensiveand Solomon is the fastest Raider. strong to the run.
three or four defensive starters Quarterman has pretty good speed
from the 1988 team. and Is a dangerous runner,althoughnot Favorite Plays...
Standouts on the 1989 team Include the type of speed of Raider The four favorite Raider running AP ii
returning quarterback Dale Scott, graduate Orlan Lumpkin, says plays,according to BHS scouts,are:
No. 4 5-11,175-11,who has excellent Coach Mike Sexton. 34 Cross: the fullback dives bet-
=and a good arm; running back Santa Fe wants to get the footballto ween the guard and tackle.
No. 44, 5-8, 175-12, RB Quarterman and to throw to The fullback draw, an off tackle
and split end Freddie Solomon, No. SE Solomon as much as possible. run.
5, 5-11,170-12 who seems to be able Solomon, the main receiver, has ex 34 Option: the ball goes to the R Y
to find'running room and to get loose cellent speed and must be watched' fullback on the dive or the setback p
after,catching a pass.Solomon Is the on quick, short out patterns. coming around like an end around.
main > pass receiver. The power sweep off a fake to the
RB Quarterman and RB Jerrod The Raider Defense... fullback.
Smith,between No. 31, 5-11 fullback. 180-12( ,exchange "Defensively, they're tough It's The four favortie pass patternsare
places and running going to be much more difficult to :
back. run the football against Santa Fe The wheel: the quarterback rolls
The Raider backs run behind a than Madison says Coach Hurse. out and throws to either the split end
good. sized, aggressive offensive Best hitter in the split-40 defense,_ or the setback,who run crossing pat-

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Tornado offense In good working Reed to crack through. Reed led !8,1.6,9.5,13.4,9,9,and 5 yards.Donnie
order and five Cowboy turnovers BHS with 87 yards in 16 carries,a 5.5 Francis added a high, strong point-
combined for a 28-14 homecoming yard per carry Reed Is after-touchown, the first of four.
win over Madison High for Bradford adept at following puling guards Madison yardage came in bigger ,
High before a capacity crowd at Phillip Crawford, No. 62, and Jason hunks on the second Cowboy .
Bradford Field Friday night, Oct.6. Norman, No. 65 down the line of touchdown drive. The Cowboys A5
Madison's veer option offense a seam, then _covered_ ___ the_. 70 yards in three nlavs.
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sieve In the first half, scoring two tackles were Keith Linzy, No. 64, Wilkins,and 30 yards by QB Anthony dint Reed find the going tough gakut a rugged Madbon defense Friday night.The Tonwdoe won to posh their
touchdowns. The BHS offense and James McNeal, No. 71, with See Page.10.d to 4-0 and*et up a big afaowdown. thla week with defending district champion Santa Fe.
answered each Madison touchdown. tackle Roland Schafer, No. 73,

The five Cowboy turnovers were rotating in. Tight end was Dereck I
three fumbles and two pass Intercep- Long, No. 84.Madison '
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each Into touchdowns to make the and in nine plays of 7,13,5,10,5,7,10,8yards -
difference. And, BHS had two 80 and a one-yard TD by running
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I BUS Gets Rugged Win"We

told the kids all along that backs, the Tornado defense missed Best offensive backs: quarter-

Madison would be one of the assignments. "It was a total back Reggie Sheffield, improvingeach
toughest teams we will face," says breakdown," Sexton says. The game and making few 4JT
Head Coach David Hurse. mistakes were partially corrected at mistakes, and workhorse running 1 A r

And it turned out that way. the half Sexton says, but the defense back Clint Reed, who led BHS with ,

"Madison is a fine offensive football never executed like it is supposed to 87 yardsgained in 18 carries, a 5.5 ,tIr.

team," says Coach Hurse. do.Coach yard average.
"They stopped themselves," says Hurse, however, points out Best defensive back: Trammell 4
Coach Hurse with three fumbles and picked up the same type of yardageon Jones, who had four tackles and / I(1J (
two key pass interceptions The turnovers Suwannee High the previous seven assists and didn't allow a passto
ended Madison drives and week. Mistakes also beat Madison in be completed over his head.
the Tornadoes turned two turnovers the Live Oak game, Hurse says, and Best wide receivers: Scott Duncan
into touchdowns.The Madison scored three times on Live and Allan Jenkins.No .

veer option is a slashing, Oak best defensive linemen were
ambling type of offense. You will named. Nobody played an outstan-

break some big plays "...but you're Offense Improved... ding game, says Coach Sexton.

gonna lay the football on the ground. The BUS offensive line is greatly _
Plus, Tornado defensive end Andy improved and the offensive backs Jenkins Leads Tacklers.., I i ir

Goodowns caused one fumble on the are more mature," says Coach Defensive tackle Keith Jenkins, :
pitch by pressing speedster Frankie Hurse. No. 22, led the Tornadoes in tacklesin
Wilkins. When the football hit the When Madison roared down the the Madison game with 7 tackles
ground Goodowns fell on it. Another field and scored on the opening drive and 3 assists. .a f .

time, Wilkins dropped a pitchout Hurse says he thought it might be a Defensive end Andy Goodownsalso w. '
which was right in his hands. long night. When the BHS offense had 7 tackles and 1 assist.

Wilkins picked up the football but came right back and scored Hurse Uncharacteristically, the Tornado w.
got hit and dropped "You've gotta said he changed his mind, and began defense had 21 missed tackles
give credit to our defense for being looking for one of those wild games. against an outstanding Madison of-

opportunistic," says Coach Hurse. Coach Lanier Clyatt has really fense. "
BUS tackling was horrendous, done a fine Job with the offensiveline Inside linebacker Travis Long, ,
Hurse says, pointing out that Tornado says Coach Hurse. The offensive No. 3, leads in tackles through four
defenders missed 21 tackles. linemen are: guards Jason Nor games with 25 and 23 assists. DT Sweep... .

"But you gotta five credit to those man, No. 65, 5-8, 180-11, and Phillip Keith Jenkins is second at 22-19, and Keith Jenkins races around the left side of the BUS line during the Tornadoes win over Madison.
Madison backs,' Hurse says. Those Crawford, No. 62, 5-8, 18010; tackles Sam linebacker Lorenzo Hall is thirdat

big guys were hard to bring down, Keith Linzy, No 64,5-11,199-12! and 197.T .
shifty, and fast, the Tornado coach James McNeal, No. 71, 5-10, 18512. means tackles, A means assistsin Hurse: Santa Fe to Be Toughest Game Yet
points out. Roland Schaefer, No. 73,5-10,235-12, the columns below: .1:

"It was a hard ballgame," says also plays tackle. Tight end is Nam.: A T "We expect the toughest game of foot line and pinning the Tornadoesin clenny a tough match- In recent
defensive coordinator Mike Sexton. Dereck Long, No. 84, 6-1, 205-12. "
K.Jonklns 3 7 the season, says Coach David their own endzone. It was a defensive years.
"They had a real good ball club. It'sthe "The kids are really picking up Nurse of tomorrow night's (Friday, battle. "We'll mix it up as best we can," II i
first time in a long time I can things, says Coach Mike Sexton. A. Goodowns 1 7 Oct. 13) battle Hurse
gridiron with Santa "Over-all, we're better. We must says Coach David meaning I
remember anybody"moving the ballon "Coach Clyatt has just done a real A. Jones 1 6 Fe High at 8 p.m. play errorless football and stick it to BHS will pass and run.

bination us like of they did. missed It was tackles a com- good job with them. T.Long 5 4 The Head Tornado expects his them," says Coach Hurse. BHS will use its wing-T offense, I

things- team to face the toughest defense it Biggest difference is the Bradford designed to get as many blockers as
broken assignments, and poor ex- The Top Players... C.DInkln. 1 5 will have faced and a dangerous of offense which has matured into a possible ahead of the ball carrier,

ecution, Sexton says. Players of the week are chosen by L. Hall 3 4 fense.It ground-gaining unit. with both backs and pulling guards

The BUS defense had worked on Tornadoes coaches. They are: K.Flnch 4 3 is a crucial District 3-3A game The Bradford defense is as toughas running interference to supplementthe
the for three weeks. But in the
option Best offensive linemen: tackle for both teams. Plus, Santa Fe won ever, although It has given up blocking linemen.
Madison game, facing big and fast Keith Linzy and guard Jason Nor T.B.rry 2 2 the district title 2-0 last year by some big plays. Until last week when The 4-4 defense will be used by

linemen and speedy and tough man. L.WIgglni 0 2 downing a punt on the Bradford one- Madison moved the football and BHS, as usual, with some 7-diamond

scored twice, the Tornado defense mixed in under certain situations. ,

had allowed no more than one "Hopefully, the mistakes are
touchdown."I'm straightened out," says Defensive

just hoping we can regroup Coordinator Mike Sexton, meaningthe
and with real defen- Tornado defense has been work
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team of
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the Tornado team.

-----I-I CONCEPTS Santa Fe is the third of four tough BHS, 4-0, has beaten Wildwood
tests for the Tornado gridders. BHS 13-7, Nassau High 364 Lee High
handled the first test winning 24-7 24-7 and Madison 28-14.

Center over Lee High of Jacksonville, and Santa Fe, 3-1, lost 7-6 to
( the second 28-14 over Madison High. Gainesville Buchholz. Santa Fe beat

964-6946 Oct. 20, Bradford hosts a close Tallahassee 14-13, Leesburg 13-0,
Class 3A rival Baker High of Mac- and Eastside 12-9.

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October 12, 1989 TELEGRAPH Page ilA

Charles Schaefer Leaves City Commission but Not Public Serviceby

BusUr Rahn to see if commissioners, representing moving In that direction, although Personal Life..
acT SfoH Writer .
districts rather than
city-wide voters will have to approve the
A lifetime of public service Is the concerns, will be able to work change. Schaefer said the change Marjorie Kersey, a native of the
story of Charles Schaefer together. Morgan Road community, marriedthe
retiring may now be possible, since newly
from the Group 4 seat on the Starke The districting may Impose a elected City Clerk Linda Wise does young CeeBee in January, 1948,
city council this week. severe problem for road building not object to the concept. and the couple has a daughter,Nora
Sixteen yean spent on the council and maintenance, already Schaefer also sees an elective Schaefer Tabah,and a son,Charles,
Is Just part of the story that began In hampered by inadequate funding. If chief of police as being a hold-over Jr., both of whom.live! in the country
November, 1944, when a 17 year old each commissioner demands one- from "horse and buggy" days, with In retirement, Schaefer does not
New York City high school dropout fifth of city road funds be spent in his Starke one of 8-10 cities in the state plan to give public service.Already .
was sworn into the U.S. district each Schaefer feels the up
Navy.World year continuing the practice. An appoin- he plans to an
War II was at its zenith. best Interest of the city will not be tive chief will give elected commis- to either the accept zoning board appointment
Schaefer's public senlce carried served. sioners a better control over police or the board of adjustment, both un-
him Into the South Pacific as a "Eliminating an elected city clerk policy and procedures, and expen- paid positions.General .
CeeBee (Construction Battalion) and going with an appointive city ditures. Douglas MacArthur,
worker, attached to the 6th Marine manager Is the way to go,"Schaefer "We need to educate the voters on retiring, said it well, upon"Old
Division fighting the Japanese on believes,and thinks the city may be the issues," Schaefer said. soldiers never die.quite _
Okinawa and the Phillipines. He
returned to the states in January
1946, a 19 year old Seaman First
Class.In .
March, 1946, Schaefer was
assigned to the Naval Base at Green NOTICE OF CERTIFICATIONOF
Cove Springs, and got Florida sand
In his shoes
Discharged from active duty in
October; 1949, Schaefer Joined the Honored... TAX ROLL
Florida National Guard in June
1950, to serve 33 years before retiring Cbarle Schaefer(right; wai honored for hi*yean ol public service and
in 1983. rcelved a placque from New Police Chief Jimmy Eppt In a retirement

For the first:5 years in the Guard, ceremony.
Schaefer was a"week-end warrior,' credit to the council working as a engineers are now working on plans PURSUANT TO SECTION 193.122 FLORIDA
working a year for the Starke team in bringing about improvements for an improved sewer plant. ,
Telephone Co, which was privately Schaefer of the
to the city. spoke new City
owned by the Bishop family. Among the Improvements, Hall as well as modernization of the STATUTES, JIMMY ALVAREZ, PROPERTY
Schaefer said he "walked all the perhaps the most important was the city records system as being
way to Brooker," while building council's determination to hold on to noteworthy accomplishments."We APPRAISER FOR BRADFORD COUNTY HEREBY
telephone lines to the now defunct the generating plant and upgrading used to live off Surplus Property ,
American Tung Oil mill in Brooker its capacity the face of fierce op ,"Schaefer said In reference to
in 1949. position.Today. the fleet of trucks and cars owned by GIVES NOTICE THE 1989 TAX ROLL FOR
In 1950 Schaefer went to work for Starke residents enjoy low the city. Today, the city owns new
Humphrey Gold, forerunner of the electric rates that have not been increased and modern rolling stock, with new BRADFORD COUNTY WAS CERTIFIED TO THE
DuPont operation on the east side of in the past 6 years. In every vehicles being purchased each year.
Bradford County.In state-wide list of electric rates, During his tenure on the council,
1954,Schaefer,then 26,receivedhis Starke rates near the bottom in Schaefer saw the Starke Fire TAX COLLECTOR ON THE 10TH DAY OF
GED from Bradford School killowatt hour charges. Department upgraded to its presentfire
System.Schaefer. "We have kept out promise to the fighting ability. Schaefer has a OCTOBER 1989 FOR THE COLLECTION OF
went"full time"with the people," Schaefer said. keen Interest in the Fire Depart- ,
National Guard in 1956 working as Schaefer said upgrading the city ment, having been a volunteer
an automotive mechanic. At retire- water system, including two new fireman for 39 years. TAXES.
ment, he held the rank of Sgt. 1st water plants, and extension and improvement
Class, equivalent to the Master In water lines are major
Sergeant rank of WWII days. accomplishments, benefitting City's Needs... ALVAREZ CFA
Schaefer's public service parallel residents throughout the communi- "The first six months for the new JIMMY ,
ed his wage earning job in officiating ty.Bonds commission is going to be interesting -
for various city sponsored sports, have been sold for the ," Schaefer observes, PROPERTY APPRAISER
beginning in 1950. He was the first upgrading of the sewer plant, whichis because of the single member
City Recreation Director, 1950-53, operating near capacity. Design districts. Schaefer will be watching
operating with a$600 budget. His In- .. .
volvement in city recreation ac- 1

tivities continued until 1972, when he I
was elected to the city commission. .. .

Elected to Seat...
Prior to 1972, Florida Statutes QUANTITY RIGHTS
(Hatch Act) prohibited state RESERVED T
employees, including members of milLERS HIGHWAY
the Florida National Guard, from FOOD STAMPS
holding public office. The ban was WELCOMED ,TOOKEYSTONE
lifted in 1972, to allow state SUPERMARKETS j ja
employees to run In non-partisan L
elections, enabling Schaefer to run
for a seat on the Starke Council.In 1! PRICES VAUD
his first race,Schaefer defeated
Billy .Noegel for the seat, crediting OCTOBER. 12 18, 1989 "THE .FRIENDLIEST PLACE IN TOWN"
,.! <' "
:the.wia. to .working with young *' "
.pabpfc forrM years in Recreation ...
Department. 'Schaefer said the

up youngsters to be voters.In of yesteryear. had grown 'IN OUR- MEAT- DEPT- : ,,. IN OUR DEU DEPT. I

1978,Schaefer was unseated by USDA CHOICE BOTTOM ""g ,
'Ted but the next
Oglesby, year
(1979), Schaefer ran against Joe I
Warren, and was elected. In those
days city elections were city-wide, ROUND TURKEYSALAMI
and candidates could run for any 'j"
seat, regardless of where he lived in
the city.Schaefer. ,
said there was only one
requirement. A councilman could -
not resign one seat and run againstan

Schaefer incumbent would in another never seat.again be F. I'1 t I I

contested for his seat on the council, ,ROAST ; ,

until year.Schaefer.he voluntarily gave it up this ,

who will be 62 in ,
November, said he gave up his seat '., '., ': \. I HALF LB.
this year for two reasons,to expeditethe 4 PER LB. :' ,: .
transition to city districts as-
mandated by the courts and to allow '
Commissioner Ed Wall to hold his
seat on the council. Schaefer and
Wall live in the same district,and if :
Schaefer had not withdrawn, the IN OUR SEAFOOD DEFT.: ;;;4 8ge_ .

seat would have been contested SNOW is '
Schaefer said Wall is a deserving ; f '
young commlsioner with the promise yt ; /I IF
of getting better with ex .
perience. However, Schaefer said if r ; -
Wall doesn't live up to his expectations ) ,CRAB
,he(Schaefer) will contest him .
for the seat next year. {
With Schaefer's stepping down a { '-
the city was able to re-district L )
compliance with a 1989 court order, l e": \
allowing the black community to
elect a resident from their area of "


In the late 1960's,Starke was still a
and buggy" town,' Schaefer
said, and he felt it was his mission to r- LB: T s's F '"
t 4v 1
remove the stigma of wanting to re- yL s. .I 1I
status. I
main in that
Schaefer pointed to a number of ,
atom lishments made by the city .
council In the past 18 years. and = t : IN OUR PRODUCE DEFT;. '
KERY'Dm. $ .
> IN OUR ; I"' ,: .. '
Cab Scouts .. CHOCOLATE' 'q. Y.: .... '. A''f RIPE! lt: WT !
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Attend Camporee '1 ,,1. !;%!"::\'
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Cub Scout Pack 367 attended a i ,.... .

weekend Sept.Bradford 29-0ct.camporee County I, Boy along at Scouts.Camp with;Shands:, other b r'v..",,"".,,." 'CHIP'1 aMa..'.,.. ..,.. ," i.;s GOLDEN

The Camporee was organized Y '
the ArroW Chapter Chief i
Order of '
Thom on and Chapter Ad-1 t : '

Awayne visor Hank KYleK AU Scouts par of-h :! : '
Ins' a varl '
ticlpated activities, ou door c ,f, ..

sporting a d a campfire proaI'am.Rev.JerryPatton "C' O"'O"'KP"I""E.sitji: \ .. : :
gave an interesting ser-! .jAN1kNA'. 1
monette on the merits of scouting \ "' '

morning.. .: .J .
Sunday -> I ,. : f. t. I II'
directed I'r "h"
The Cub Pack was 't' ,I '
and Yvette Key1 I' //I, i LB : : ;. ;
.their Wanda leaders and len Ted Gunter Jerry Lee, 1'8 Ct'PKG:.' 'f''; ." '
Many other .
Durrance. I
and Jeff 'h '
helped make this weekend a : 'f 4 ;
parents '
were Israel Marrero 4::;- "
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Dana GoetJman '4//$
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Brooker Man The time lapse since the murder taken to the hospital and one being .Bar Announces
makes the investigation slow going taken to jail Oct. 4. .
Struck By TrainAt but a great many leads have The Bradford High student received Attorney Suspension'the
Santa Fe Trestle developed, said Clark. A suspect be- stab wounds to the upper back Florida Supreme Court has.
ing detained in Alachua County for and was taken by.Rescue to Bradford : suspended attorney Joseph Kent
A 37-year-old Brooker man re- there has not being ruled '.
charges Hospital, according to Brown from the of law in
mains in critical condition after being out since many factors tie him to the Paramedics Dan Cuddington and Florida, effective September 21, The Pros>> Choose PoulanDependable .
struck by a trailer car Friday Henaud case. In fact at this point no Nelson Green. The stab'wounds following action. taken by The .
fright. possible suspect Is being ruled out were apparently the result of a knife 'Florida Bar.Brown . 'solid! state
: Charles E. McCoy was at the tram said Clark and Lt. David Aderholt but no weapon has been found. A of 3626 N. W. 22nd Terrace, .
trestle. over the Santa Fe River west who continue to interview neighbors, female student who had been kickedin Gainesville pled no contest to a l Igmtion. .
of Brooker Oct. 6 with his brother family and friends.Putnam the face was not transported after grand theft charge in an Alachua Automatic chain: oiling
James McCoy, 56, of South Carolina the 3:20: p.m. affray. County circuit court. He wasplacedon l : .
according to Lt. David Aderholt. The One juvenile was charged in the- two probation and requiredto system
two brothers were at the trestle Hall Man stabbing with additional charges perform 35 hours of community .
drinking beer. James said he fell pending further investigation ac- in counsel-
Arrested In SpeedvilleA service 'and participate J'-
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asleep and was awaken by the soundof cording to Major W.C. Reno.The In- ing for mental health and/or Uodl
movement of the tram at 11:45: 33-year-old Putnam Hall cident occurred on the school also
.substance abuse. Brown pled no "r : 2.0 cu. In engine
p.m. He noticed his brother had been mechanic was arrested Oct..8 in. the grounds after school, but accordingto contest to charges of third degree !
bit by the train at which time he Speedville area. the police report the teenagershad grand theft in an )' circuit
stopped a vehicle driving in the area Gregroy Randall was charged been fighting the night before -court. He was- paced on five. m$4 "7CI95

and Aderholt.asked them to get help, said with after carrying a pistol was a concealed found under firearm the and continuing the stabbing disagreement.was: a result of the years probation.The Florida Supreme. Court's attorney : ; 14'" bar &. chain.:.......R. eg. 1 *. .'**

Charles McCoy was taken by seat in his vehicle according to Lt. disciplinary rules require '
Rescue to Alachua General Hospital David A.Aderholt. Lt. Aderholt and any attorney convicted of a felony be '
suffering head injuries, according to Deputy Roman Alvarez were in the automatically suspended from the $13995'
Paramedics Rex Siemer and 1?mty Speedville area investigating drugs Three ArrestedIn the '
practice of law. Jiuring felony ONLY
Barrett. They were assisted by being sold there. When the deputies Lawtey suspension period the Bar may pursue ; NOW
Alachua EMS. McCoy's condition remains arrived two black males ran from a further discipline. ,
critical. truck and fled the scene. In the truck For. FightingUsing Brown was born in 1958 and admit- ;
Assisting In the investigation was was a Ruger .22 semi automatic a car and a stick to fight ted to.the Bar I in 1983. . '
Brooker Marshal Tommy Raulerson pistol under the font seat. Randall'. resulted In the arrest. Thursday of I '
Deputies Danny Thrift and walked to the officers and said he .Reg.S 18995
up three Lawtey people.
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Roman Alvarez. was about to purchase the gun for Hank Franklin Hodges was charged .
$20 from an unknown person and had Oct. 5 with three counts of ag- Ui"E"PRAISE MINISTRIESPost 1!
Two Men ArrestedOn placed the weapon in his truck. Ran gravated battery and aggravated Office/ Drawer 939 ..'.'"'" .
dall was arrested. and charged at STARKE. FL 82091 ..'-v $14995I
Drug ChargesTwo battery with a motor vehicle Jim- "
that time. PASTOR EWARD ;
mie' Bailey was charged ag 4.
men were arrested on drug search. of the area around the gravated.assault and Joycfe Manning I ,', NOW ONLY
Oct. 5 after search war A FULL GOSPEL FAMILY CII IURCI
charges truck belonging to-Randall was conducted with '
was charged aggravated
rant was used to gain entry to a and near the rear of the truck battery and aggravated assault witha "Come experience the difference"'Sche.dule Model 3400.34: : CUd i in. engine
residence south of Starke. was a pattie of crack cocaine, said motor vehicle, according to Deputy of Services:
Emanuel Nick "Billy" Klondes Aderholt. A large amount of money Charles Carter. The confrontation Sunday Morning Worship .. ,,I I '.
44, and Lacy Girard 30, were arrested found in Randall's '
was possession. occurred at 2:30: a.m. west of US-301 10:30 '11\
by Agent Paul Fuenez with Randall who currently has on CR-125. Hodges driving with his Sunday Evening Worship .
Florida Department of Law En- charges pending in Putnam Countyfor lights off struck Manning's.vehicle, 7:00 chain..Reg.11X35995 .
forcement at the Klondes home on pmWednesday '18" bar & ,
sale of cocaine, faces further according to the report. During a .
US-301 south of Starke. Evening Worship .
charges pending investigation.Bond fight Hodges allegedly struck both .
Information of Klondes selling was set at 5000. Bailey and Manning with a stick 7:30Pm' .
drugs and being in possession of a said Carter. The report did not In- $25995
substantial amount of cocaine led to
dicate the reason for the confronta:
the investigation and request for a Juvenile Stabbed NETTLES TREE NOW ONLY

search warrant, said Fuentez.' On School Grounds tion.Hodges, 23, was. released after a' .
Klondes has served for SERVICERemoval
posses $3,000: property bond was posted. .
sion and sale of cocaine in Bradford Taken<<; To HospitalA Bailey, :31, was released after a$500 ..

County. In 1985 Klondes pled guilty fight, which was.a carryover surety bond was posted. .Manning; .. Pruning '
to drh and possession of cocaine .
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from a confrontation 'the night!! 38, was released after a $1,000 surety.
.1 J sentenced to 18 months in
was Trimming'De-mossing
bond l .
before, led to one 'juvenile being was posted.PerfeetStarters'
p. 'ion. lie also had a prior conviction
in Duval County where he sold. Specializing In Removal of: at Florida Pest Control :

25 of to under : '
pounds marijuana an Dangerous Trees E. Call St.' ONTttOI
cover police officer. FREE Estimates 539
Klondes was charged Oct. 5 with Gift. Licensed & Insured 'Phone 964-5745 ,
possession of a firearm by a con- 8-6 .
Open .
victed felon possession of cocaine Call Thomas D: Nettles
possession of less than 20 grams of 496-1326. Lake Butler .
r"irijuana and possession of nar- "

::=otic paraphe-nalia said Fuentez. FREE. ; ,
JKIond: vas"T a $9,000 w : .
= Clirar. ..a possession
of crack '. ssession .
3 f narcotic pal He was j; '. REPLACING. PARTS? ..
released after. bond h1i
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Si Lt David Aderhon\ and Chief ," .
-J>yuty Pat Henry assisted. in the ; _.. \

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:lark.z Since. the body of the 12-year-old Now,for a limited time at .... .

:was In Deer found Foot March Trail 23 near subdivision her home your Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio: Perfect Jiii ,.

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Develop a suspect establish a Includes versatile colors inGeranium .. .' ,
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"- Meghan a sixth grader at Brad- Pink Glac Luxiva Day .
ford Middle School, had been missing and-Tawny .
from her home since March 20. Creme with H -l2"'', Black Creamy Flo-Matic ..
When found she had been shot in the '

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Director of Greenpeace's Toxic .
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a" protest call-in to President Bush C OSME'TI I.C. S'T'UDIOS I I. .. ,.' = ....--.
and William R. Reilly, head of the :. ". &AM .
118 S. Thompson : .
Environmental: Protection Agency, '
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 17. Starke i Flfl. ..' .
All persons interested in reducing : .. d.
toxic waste at its source instead of : 9647355SEAFOOD '. : .
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Federal policy away from managing Stainless bow-tie burner Adjustable l porcelain
pollution and toward preventing it at ; ,
the source. Callers should also demand iQYSTER BAR
that the Federal governmentforce > ; coate l. ast irpn:grids True.temperature :indicator '
industry to reduce its wastes, i 23i3.Templ.Av.. 3o; .
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Mrs. Amy Bowness School. He attended Santa Fe Com- Pam Walden of Urbana 111., Gail one sister,.Madeline Pratt of Falls
munity College.He was a member of Davison of Champaign, 111.,and Lin- Church, va.; and eight grand
Mrs. Amy E. Bowness, 94, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter da Burwell of Tolono, 111.; two sons, children.
Hawthorne, died Friday, Oct. 6 in Day Saints, Starke Ward. Rick Rees of Orlando and Gary Rees Memorial services were held Oct.
Melrose following an extended il- Survivors include his mother Lin- of Urbana, 111.; one sister, Sudy 7 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
lness. da E. Jewell of Starke; his sister, Cribbett of Rantoul, .; his mother Rev. Jerry Patton officiating. Arrangements
Born June 2, 1895 in Marco, Fl., Amy Leitheiser of Starke; his Ferne M. Rees of Rantoul, 111.; andseven were handled by Jones
Mrs. Bowness moved to Hawthorne brother, Karl Leitheiser of Starke; grandchildren. Funeral Home of Starke
in 1979 from Miami. She was retired and maternal grandmother, Lucille Funeral services will be held Fri-
manager of a Miami Dept. Store in Eldredge of Jupiter, Fl. day,Oct. 13 in Owens Funeral Home Mrs. Lucille
the Drapery Dept. Funeral services were held Chapel in Champaign, III. Intermentwill VaughnMrs.
Survivors Include Verna Tracy of Wedneday at the Church of Jesus be in Grandview Memorial .Lucille Vaughn, 59, of Waldo, All Tires Made In The Good
Hawthorne and many nieces and Christ of Latter Day Saints, Starke Gardens in Champaign, with local died Oct. 1 at her home following an
nephews.Graveside. Ward, with Bishop William O. arrangements under the direction of extended illness. 'Ole U.S. of A.
funeral services were Copeland officiating. Burial was in Jones Funeral Home. Mrs. Vaughn was a native of Man-
held Oct. 9 in Hawthorne Cemetery Woodlawn Memorial Garden in chester, Tenn., then lived in TRUCK TIRES r- r
with Rev. Jimmy Coyle, pastor of Orlando. Archer Funeral Home of Harold Waring. Jr. Waycross several years before moving
Eliam Baptist Church officiating. Lake Butler is In charge of ar- Harold Sanderson Waring, Jr., 68, to Waldo 11 years ago. She was GRAN PRIX RVS
Arrangements were handled by rangements.In retired from the produce business 31JC10.5015LT $70.00
of Starke, died Oct. 5 in Alachua
Home. lieu of flowers, the family re- and
General of Gainesville, was a Baptist.
quests that donations be made to the following an extended illness. Survivors include her husband 31zll.5O 15LT $77.00 MOUNTED AND
Stanley Crosby American Cancer Society. Born May 25, 1921 in Brooklyn, Earl B. Vaughn of Waldo; her 33x12.5015 $89.00 BALANCED AT NO

Stanley B. Crosby, 60, of Gilbert, Glenn R. Rees N.Y., Mr. Waring moved to Starke father mitsville. EXTRA CHARGE
died Saturday.Born six years ago from Long Island, ;
in Starke, Mr. Crosby was Glenn Richard Rees, 54, of N.Y. He was a Presbyterian and a Juanita Napper of Eckhard Ind.,
the son of the late Rev. Col. Albert Melrose, died Oct. 9 in Alachua retired oil burner technician with Josephine Hilbert and Irene Riddler, Front End Alignment $1 95
and Mrs. Aura Edmundson Crosby. General Hospital of Gainesville, Rocklyn Fuel Oil Co. in Oceanside, both of Summitsville, JoAnn Includes set caster,camber& toe In to mfrs. specs.Inspect
He was a member of the South following a sudden attack at his job N..Y. Caldwell of Hartfield, Ohio, and suspension&steeling system. For most JL mat w/purchase
Carolina, Lexington County and the in Hawthorne. Survivors include his wife, Willie Mae Hinkel of Bonita Brings, American cars. Front wheel drive and Chcvcttc of tires
American Bar Associations.He was Born Jan. 20, 1935, in Leroy, Ill., Mildred Waring; three daughters, Fla; two brothers, Walter H. vehicles extra. Fulz extra.
an avid race car fan; he served on Mr. Rees moved to Melrose six Linda Lee Hoffman and Susan F. Baltimore, Jr. of Elkhart, Ind., and ROTATE &
various committees of Grace weeks ago from Kissimmee. He wasa Croteau both of Long Island, and Howard Baltimore of Summitsville. BRAKE SERVICE BALANCE
Lutheran Church in Gilbert, wherehe member of the Moose Club of Victoria Ann Kelly of Starke; four Funeral services were held Oct. 3
was a member. Kissimmee, and was employed by sons, Robert F. Waring of Lawtey, .at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Replace pads or shoes; resurface TIRES I
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. the Alachua County School Board. Harold S.Waring III of New York CI- Funeral Home with Rev. Bob Cooper drums or rotors: pack bearings; $47995bleed
Mary Ann Shumpert Crosby; his He was of the Christian Church ty, Bruce D. and John W. Waring officiating. Burial was in Santa Fe American&adjust cars;&road-test trucks.mot.1 Metallic
son, Stanley Bobby Crosby, Jr., of faith. both of Long Island; two brothers, Cemetery with Archie Tanner parts extra when required Front or $1600 I
Gilbert; a daughter, Mr. Suzanne Survivors Include his wife, Robert M. Waring of St. Lucie, Fl. Funeral Home in charge of ar Rear
Crosby Lattimore of Gilbert; three Patricia A. Rees; three daughters and Kenneth Waring of Atlanta, Ga; rangements. NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL! Moot Cut fc Light Tructa
brothers, Forrest of Clermont, W.C.
of Groveland and Billy of Wildwood, RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
Fl; three sisters Mrs. Evelyn xvyV xxvvyvV: I
Thomas of Winter Park, Mrs. Hazel ;: Lady Bug Florist P15SP175-80R1380R13 $37.00 $31.00
Parish of Winter Garden, and Mrs. $33.00
Margie Parish of Webster, Fl. 1i. 100 S. Water St. Starke $41.00
Funeral services were held Tues- II Phone 9644956Don't P195P205-7SR1475R14 $44.00 $37.00
day in Grace Lutheran Church in .Ii $46.00 $39.00
Gilbert, with burial in the churchyard
P21SP23S 75R157SR15 $50.00 $41.00
under the direction of Dun- -
l bar Funeral Home, Gervais Street L'1'i Ji. $52.00 $45.00
Chapel, Columbia, S.C.
Memorials may be made to Grace Air Conditioning $ *
Lutheran Church or to a charity of 6.9
one's Forget Boss's Day Service Special .
choice.Nick Mon., Oct. 16th MiuTraon>
GriffisNick i.

Griffis, 53, of Lawtey died We have a fine selectionof CORBETT'sTire
Saturday Oct. 7 at the Jacksonville
Medical center following a brief il- : gifts, such as: & ServiceU.S.
lness. UifqnfijiwiSGl Dish Gardens for the Desk
Born and raised in Bradford Coun- 301 Temple Ave. Starke
ty, he was the son of the late George Balloon Bouquets
and Myra Woods Griffis. He was Coffee Mug Arrangements VISA 964-6436 MASTERCARD
employed as an auto mechanic until I
ill health forced his retirement. He The
was of the Holiness Faith.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
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Mrs. Annie Mae Thornton and Mrs. [7iTiTTTWCOME I
Lucille Hardenbrook, both of \
Starke; one brother,Larry Griffis of "
Starke. Chiropractic

Graveside funeral services were
held Tuesday at Evergreen Center
Cemetery near Raiford, with Rev.
Johnny Yarbrough officiating. Archie V OVER 700 INSURANCE Dr VA
? Tanner Funeral Home of Starke COMP ACCEPTED Berry

'If ii,, was tI: 'J!,in.charge,..-,. .,=of'arrangements.. 'At j I T.A VTQ ACCIDENTS/ -' :. : A ..WORK: INJURIES,
Donna Jean Myers Kelsay, MID-BACK/SIIOULDER .
53, of Lawtey, died Monday, Oct. 9, PAIN CONTROL
in North Fla. Medical Center in
Gainesville following an extended il- 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
Born and raised in Tiffin, Ohio,
Mrs. Kelsay resided in Lake City,
then Immokalee, where she was 864 N. Temple Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) VISIT JEFF NORMAN AT OUR
employed as a security guard with
the DOC. She then moved to Lawtey
and was working with the Lawtey NEW LOCATION IN DEERFOOT
prison as Correctional Officer at the FOREMOSTPKICSWlSir
time of her death. She was Catholic. Sale
Survivors include her husband, Prices
Lee Oliver Kelsay; two daughters, tteJ. VILLAGE SHOPPING PLAZA
Mrs. Barbara Daughtrey of Ft. r. Start
White and Mrs. Kathryn Knutz of G.. combine to bring you 10/12
Tiffin, Ohio; her mother Mrs. LOWER PRICES!
Margarite Robinson of Bloomfield,
Ohio; two sisters Mrs. Wilma Bish
of Ohio anci Mrs. Mary Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only '
Damschroder of Bloomfield, Ohio; G1fl2tmt! Secionz of 89 & !9>@
two brothers,Lester Robinson of Tif WILD OLD SEAGRAM /
fin, Ohio and Lee Swazy of North

Carolina Funeral; and services one grandson.were held TURKEY 101 THOMPSON CROWN ROYAL rdls111BJ)1b( lles (Q)111tJHtQJJnlrdl)

Wednesday at the Chapel of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home in Starke
with Rev. Ulysses Carver of
ficiating. Cremation followed, with
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements. 99 99 FRESH SHIPMENTS OF '90 4x4's'

Andrew LeitheiserAndrew 11996 1 16 1 _

S. Leitheiser, 22, of ., '',\\--71989 :Ofds.Cutlass ARRIVING DAILY

Starke, died Monday at his home 750 LTR LTR :r .
following an extended illness. 'V5co Supreme .
; :
Born In Orlando, Mr. Leitheiser SEAGRAMS E&J KAHLUA ATPVVTWCC ,( .- 1:11
has lived in Starke since 1982,wherehe .
graduated from Bradford High EXTRA DRY BRANDY COFFEE .
.$11,999 $9945: ;; ) .. .
GIN LIQUEUR 04x4 w-T.t! r

ServicemenNG $10,495
1 '
Pvt. Lizenbee th..

Completes Army National Basic Guard Private 99 6 99 129D 1

Joseph D. Lizenbee has completed 8 i
basic training at Ft.:Jackson, S.C. LTR 750
the training, studentsreceive i

ceremonies instruction, weapons, map in drill reading and ; lYII NC s J xR

tactics, military courtesy andjustice ;< JCXy A., Xf rf,
first aid, and Army history -f }g i'>X" '.Ta OURIi'OXJNGE+ 750 REBATE -- -' ,
3 i ,
and traditions.He ; :% > .: < :
is the son of Merren C, and r ;
Torena Lizenbee of Starke. r: he Elvis Extravaganza how1ICKMARiNO

Jessie McSwain Jr. :J4..." J.",>f;->h ," ..' ''W A.M *! :' ?
Receives PromotionJessie ,;I'I." "k.tftf, {.'k V < 'J.t Starripg 1h3.Jfi'f; .' 9q 0 FOUR DOOR 8/.1"4 ;
," ;
lg6 9'Sg4
W.McSwain,Jr.,son of Sgt. 4 LUMINAg ck
1st Class Marlene and stepson of }: J jfj.u

Chief Warrant Officer Townsend '':'''Jt.,'tt''tt"if'i02t! $.:tt'!>>( J"s.'M"'Z:w 6'1YJ i.ttt ..As., ,: !)f.rli, 4 All Colbc
Strickland of Starke, has been < '-"r." + OF" <
promoted ; 4W.ht
in the U.S. Army to the rank < :: 4fVQ'} ;.r Qct.13th.: & 14Jh.:1'." ;: ;l'w :
of oeclalist. .. !:lb;: }:, l (
Pvt. Jonathan Powell ,'<1,.:7S'''"<,' "':?tJa'pho: ; e'1904-964-771Ft' ; <] ;
,' ; 0l : : "'. n' :: J\< itq
Completes.Basic _

Army National Guard Pvt. RAY' FftRRISH BAND +. +
Jonathan L. Powell has completed
basic training at Ft. Jackson,S.C. FRI & SAT.

ceremonies tactics military Instruction the, weapons training courtesy, map In, drill studentsreceive reading andjustice and 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke IJ A-t! IY!!

and traditions., first aid, and Army history. ,-1 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 1,

Powell the grandson of Frankie OPEN SEVEN D/VS A WEEK rj* *torn. lJt.. 1U> MOrLf
and Shirley Nelson of Lake Butler,



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'Ite 18 TELEGRAPH TIMES MO.:'ITOH( ...SECTION October 12, 1 1989

Srd Year of "Partnership for Success" Promises More of the Sameby

!Mark Frledlln Furniture, Mr. Steve Denmark; Center: Mr. Jim Ward, Director.Job Chiropractic ::Center, Dr. W. David Partnership activities will be needing more information
BCT Staff Writer Jackson Building Supply Mr. Mike Services of Florida Mrs. Dena Sikes; Durban Memorials, Mr. and published periodically. Anyone contact Becky I
4h ilie careers program for students ofF Laura Harris; Genesis Hair Design Honorable George H. Pierce; Mr. Bank of Bradford, Mr. Alan Hetzel; ..,
\\iSWl'y! here August 17 with a Mrs. Terry Oglesby; Hardee's Tax Reggie Flynn, Attorney; Brad- Florida Theatre Mrs. Vickie
bean for Success" luncheon idermy, Mr Wayne Hardee; and ford/Starke Chamber of Commerce, Sparks; Mitchell's Drugs, Mr. and
l N! tild iQg. Approximately 70 people willegar. Economic Development, Mr. Med Norton Telecommunication Mr. and Doting
iltteryted: education in Bradford Brook!r Elementary School: Mr. Connelly/Mr. R.C. Navitsky; Brad Mrs. Maxie Norton; Sawyer Gas of
attended. Bill Mcfcfle. Principal. Starke 4-H, ford County Telegraph, Inc., John Starke, Mr. Jamie Thrift; Sears, *
t'otlrlt A Partnership for Success" Mr. Rod t Buchele; Enron, Mr. John Miller, Owner. Roebuck of Starke, Mrs. Wanda &ease yep frfancfy / ::
\b*gaA in May Of 1987 when the Brad- Riggs/(. Bill Bigham; Clay Elec- Hampton Elementary School: Bishop; Starke Lanes, Inc., Mr. Pat for easy Reference -'J,
Anderson Mrs. Ann Kyle Principal. Starke Power Equipment,
F'rdStarke>' Chamber of Commerce tric Co-op Inc., Mr. Cris ; Mary Wagner;
/ Jerome Kelly Engineering Mr. Griffin Industries, Mr. Roger Jones Mr. Joe Bula; Sunshine Industries,
of Governors and the Brad- Is
ward/' Jerome Kelly; Johnson-Hayes and Dynatest, Mr. Wayne Wynn. Mr. Robert Larimer; TGY/Mc- If your church, club or organization
Count '
School Board entered In-
t ca ) Funeral Home, Mr. Lunden. Bradford :Middle School: Dr. John Crory, \Mr. Robert Ward; and Vito's planning a special occasion In the near
? Joint resolution to provide a Bradford Pizza, Mr. Gus Kopelousos. all about It.
VIIer UM): between the business Bradford-Union\ Area Vo-Tech Mazzella Principal. future, call 964-6305 and tell us

\'disunity' and the schools in Brad-
FPrd" County.
the partnership idea has been
\\jiiz'| d by several communities Winn-Dixie-:
\l eking to establish a helping rela-
k/:/1.\\r1st\iP\ between business and
atiCgtion. A strong commitment
Foft1 both groups is necessary toFOstp ,
( a Positive relationship. Part- .FMIVM \.
1 a"ips have been established in TM
bAth Single school or district-wide
\ rt'az r1 emelt.jany .
\ partnerships focus on stu-
!(jltt 'learning and achievement. The
VHsins* Community can become In-
('led by: .. ... ..4 = GOLD KIST
", Provide release time forM
academic contests. '
Sponsoring STARKE
"- cognize students who enroll in I u ..LIT MADISON' SIBE I TENDERGRADE
) )((& Or advanced placement
\\'I'I el&. 'A',1'11's

()..Ill'l1tial yrovide dropouts Incentives to to encourage identified

1 |i'f\St1 graduation from school. 10 See WHOLE
provide< "shadow"opportunities Easy
t t",I' _tlldents.
Provide seminars for students FRYERS
I" ''tJlt1e5. or parents.
rovide educational or "cur- --- rl s

{''.iilii'n pfrovwe support"display materials.space for stu- : \ f

t.|,;''livork l or notices of schoolS How Much You'll QUANTITY RIGHTS
-- ('()-sp .
I\{nlhcts DEALERS
Serve liS guest speakers or par- .
'l\r1p\ l\ts i1'\\ career days. .
r 111t1ote ticKets to cultural or
"over! Appropriate events.
Sptyisor educational field trips.
the' Schools can become involved Save When You
>otfitounity\+ activities by:
invite business personnel to .

';'puci9l, l activities and athletic I LB.

Promote the "Partnership" in \ .
\PI\ClI publications, parent newslet- .
t tl.,{ //itc. VOUNQ-N-TENOER GRADE 'A'
student to 'H" Use Our FRYER BREAST $198
i" Encourage groups . LB..ttojs .
p forfh for company functions. "7 ..
workshops ,
\conduct:: parenting (
",(,business employees. 's ; \ '
fl ,'w Highlight idgs. partnerships at PTA SPECIAL TRIMMED

\\"tl,) ,information Provide business about their employees school Ma ring Tape. .' WHOLE HAMSSOUTHERN

5\\,atarspecial trilt"'dde/ programs goals, projects and, : .

,hieJements.'he'\ of .. r >\ v 'Ji =,..r..,.... .,......". 17ca.
success any partnership .,Jtm "i* I III'' '.'.'.. : .....- ....
'\\1! Wn ts upon the understanding and !t/ .B.
"' '- The savingsls
fVt'ien'Je' / of both partners. By using : surest way to measure your to

t thtt Combination of resources shop Winn-Dixie, because we have low prices every _-
able theirtJtial
Acinrtts will be to reach
l t j l for achievement. : r day. We know that if you could get a better value -' PRIDE

1 Vastf\t flelow\ school is a list year of:partners for the some place else, you would So, when we say "low BEEF PATTIES

/fifalford WS\ Francis High, Principal.School: Brad Mr. : I. prices"; we mean it. Check your cash register tape,

''s/I!] Hospital. Mr. Elwin Osteen; and see for yourself. Our proof is on paper. You're pArnfS
FArida) National Bank Mr. Kerry to the difference Winn-Dixie. It
!fkj'\.II''; Clay Electric Co-op Inc., going see at B BOX
lY r Charles Hutchinson; Davis,
iPClt, & Farnsworth, Mr. Eddie
I /1I las; Western Steer Steak DELI -----
l y9e, Mr Harry Hatcher; Dr. EVERYDAY JOAN _
lltllsldlJleanentary; School: Mr. \ LAW pRICE LOW PRICEI
J ssse Moore, Principal. Dimple's
S\rle shop. Mrs.Dimple Overstreet; 1rCIIl 1i1G 'I
J\f\11I:) \! Funeral Home Mr. Steve
FJtch; Community State Bank Mr.
Jprorne( J Johns; Attorney Johnny _

\tOws? ; arid Elementary:Dr. Bill Marchese.t9rke School.: Mr. I J JOAN I OF I ARC

A6weyt McKinney, Principal. Pat
\\illl' tend Surveyor, Mr. PatPihAir. TAKE HOME i
% Randy Johns; Orian t. or I
'Mia Chevrolet Mr. Orian Wells; DINNER PACK ,
CeCVet/Reagan Dairy Farms Mr.
Slave Reagan; First Presbyterian INCLUDES I ;*>INTO IEANS, .
C" ttt1. Rev. Jerry L, Patton. '>LBS WlB( CllE PORK f GREAT NORTHERN lEANJiL'REfrlEANS'
%I-- ".eV Elementary> School: Mr. ,11 POTATO SAuD "
l1 Paterson, Principal. New ,L&SlAW :
1IltlOCleaners., Mrs. Sylvia | LOAF of FRENCH BREAD '
TthQm) l&; tawtey Correctional In- EA. _
Ale-i Me. Ed Sands; Denmark : _

It ot'ces. .. 'IVIMVDAV tOW rillCI i IVINYDAr tOW PMICI ;
SSgt. Lee Roy Crews

joiMpletes NCO Course $159 1- BEER THRIFTY MAID

M Sgt. Lee Roy Crews has com- 6-PK.PKQ.: 'M TOMATO SAUCE PRESTIG10 SPAGHETTI
pIeted! basic: Non-Commissioned Of-
l\Pt: course at Camp landing. SSgtC % $
,,'\v% has been in the service and $ REGULAR 2 0 0
CG f t ljectedoith the FNG 14 Signal DELI CHOICE CORNED 12-oz. 15-01. or THIN 16-01. $1
Bftali n for IStt years. He is the BEEF, PEPPER BEEF, BEEF CANS CANS BOXES
SClrI of Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Crews of PASTRAMI or

i. Jeremy Boyett Point WINES . 'tstnL$398 FACIAL CLASSIC TISSUE TONES. I 100-Cl sPK $328 THRIFTY CATSUP MAID. 3SR. SSe
Now in Cherry $299

i whASe wife Pamelia Is the
dad )Ater of Marcia Rhoden of JEL
S 'e, recently reported for duty PEPSI : REGULAR or MINT
wlr 2 Ad Marine Aircraft Wing FREISH BAKED $ 39 11 J COLA MEDIC ii PLAXMOUTH
Alarine Corps Air Station in CherryPaint ,

<\ 1 hit graduate of BUS in Starke, 2 EACH YHK5HS, LEGS,BREASTS .ndWlNGS ( ffiALCOHOL ;
he Joui!d the Marine Corps InDtetnter SOUTHERN FRIED $ .7.7 12-PK 2 & 0 I 1 IJ 7

I :: 1988. CHICKEN . & If CANS 12-oz. : -t. BTL. I-:.... 8-oz. $1 .



I I \rttJy National Guard Private 1st POUND CAKES 2& GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 'wt 79c SHAMPOO. . . . t Cl. $113
; C1j (1Idley B.Gilhousen has com-
pleAt bAsic training at Ft.Jackson,

, I'' r"S..AArlnft inatruction the, weapons training, map in, drill students reading and.ceCpaioAles .. Clean Stores and Quick Checkout

flraid tact tratiAVotta.(ailiury and Army courtesy history, justice and I ,\

'I U>**>., nephew of Robert ii.and
I .G1yV U 1. Bvana of Lawtey


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More Than Just Art

: more than the average 4Q\-the[ booths are in place and their
a week getting ready for a 'artWork Is on display, it Is time
Not only dcr ejif work I for making sales and competing
Bh to perfect thet tion.In.. !for awards.
chosen medium fhwfftt* i Artists and craftspeople et the
ALUUINUM I ;: wood clay, metaL gli.s; -plla ,
*. Starke Festival of the Arts compete -
CONSTRUCTION ( fiber waterc, tIM..WALK... or photography but i$ .800 and are eligible for purChase -
OPEN SATURDAYS also spend days pr' oarlrrg awards made by local Individuals -

I 375-2500 I Artists a show.drive Jong distances** to** special cash and awards businesses.are b Four lngS&pnsored

exhibits,and spend long by DuPont. Centel
"Serving Gainesville Ana In the'early morning and
!and the Farmer's and Dealer's
'n tJ tu afternoons setting tip their B mk.-f ,
for. viewing. Ten 0 ,when Not w.\only V an educational expe-
11II'. ," "'-.JIa. "'fence for the public an art fes-
val is a chance to add a print to
private collection purchase a
alnting or a sculpture for auslness.
buy a bowl or a pic-
ire as a present for a favorite
lend or a relative or simply to
16'a i 'a' nd that special mug or a pair of
airings for yourself:
Not only a chance to get out
md enjoy the approaching Au-
:umn weather, an art festival Is
opportunity to sip some hot
lder or cold soda. Hamburgers
md pizza can be savored as you
troll among the arts and crafts
ind home-made cakes and piesire
sure to fill any empty niches
MEDIUM or HOT %ft after lunch.
SELECT LEAN The Arts Fest Is not Just a place
> see old friends, this show will
WHOLE or RIB LE: HOB Iso be a showcase of excitingew
talent in music from Jazz to
PORK ospel. Performers from all
round from south Georgia ad
acksonvUle to Gainesville and
'cala are expected to attend.
ad some in the audience may
ecognlze the faces of friends
jid family In the ranks of the:
:ntertalners center stage.
The Arts Festival also a great
;place for the younger set. Artistic
activities abound and children
can take advantage of the a
Halloween season by taking a
trip through the Haunted House.
a or making a great mask gettinga
SLIC face painted scary or silly.
LB. FREE decorating a trick-or-treat bag.
or coloring a Halloween picture.
SELECT LEAN LOIN HALF SLICED FREE There will be prizes given for
the best carved pumpkin at the

PORK LOINS i. $ . .$1"' special Pumpkin Children's Carving Contest Area set In the up

.,. ,. for the show. Any kid can participate -
i .' .,., T' r._ "!''".' .... and awards will be an-
WDCOOKED nounced at 7 p.m. Saturday
HOMY SWEET fL PIMENTOEWFRISH _" evening at the stageA

oo:. .. +\ } HAM I IIAMS .-K': !:- CHEESE ',=- commemorative poster for
:"':.. I the Festival by noted wildlife
\ '.., Starke- artist Jim Wilson has just been
,S2gg111 -r $197 >KR1t1(. ,g 1 1 i.IL.t.E: released and is a work of art It-
WLB.PKQ.. xn r- LB. CtocHnj >'' 11atrNw'k aMC s.." '" self. Prints of the poster will be
CUP Swinp Account Cwtt Card Application available at the show for only
... iMnAppecajfew MWM Odm '. 5. along with a t-short picturing -
C tlcaM| SLICED 88 0 N $ 97 U.S.D.A.INSPECTED c Nvanr. a -

BEEFLIVER . La ,.STEAK . La & TURKEY WINGS. UL 48 HOUR*: Saturday evening's sunset.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS. .SR..."40M after the artists have received
DELMONICO IMITATION a"" .t..m.. .. their awards will bring
STEAK . . La 49. CRABMEAT. FLAXES u La $611. s ruRaA. +r !'s. .:'ate., J ,'".".', bluegrass to Centerstage.fiddler Long Chubby a favorite Wise

; :3 LBS. and MORE LEAN ..' with the Grand Ole Oprey and
FARMSTEAD BONELESS $$97 .GUNNY PAl GROUND ROUND or $<97 'i L bluegrass music. Chubby and

FRESH HAM . . La fc 11OUT'ILUIS u $218 CHOPPED SIRLOIN La I ( his band will keep the audience
hopping until the show is over.
HARVEST So.if you think October 28 and
29 are Just two more days in the
: year and that an art festival

LIDW EVERY PR ICE ; ,B: only a group of artists sitting
around In the sun for fun. think
PR: again) Come out and Join the
!R festivities at the Starke Festivalof
the Arts and experience it all
l I ( NatnrtmakrstiMprodiur.WINNDIXIE .. for yourself __'
.PI" I I1LIIIt makes the ?
Ir I

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Students Include BHS&KHHS

1 I .: I t4734380 Team Members.-or 964-6305 Mark at

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.i closed, Wed. At Thun.
Craliamy\ GRAMMY KM .}, :w, '" '$119 THRIFTYWAID/ $38 ? Starts! Friday.Oct. 13

ti-: ( :' .(j RIN i '. : :0f02', :J" '. eOscORN. . jlljf COSTAL MEG ELNWhen
$121' r ALL FLAVORS N:.tlseoz ,
a-oz. : '$ $ ? ;
... 10 f80 I ICE CREAM..2 "w..... 5Oe Harry

SMOOTH DEEP or SOUTH CflUNCHV I '.14 : -. : .1' 39, MADISON HOUSE 3 F.R99p' Met Sally... [!!]

PEANUT BUTTER tr iilliJ '.f. ,' ,., POT PIES . .



{Afrln Nasal Spray =. '. NEMttSS FRESgCATFISH .:

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bTmetapp Elixir: . .:s >3'.: .IS'I..D'' WHOLE: ;.$O49 4 TO 6-or. $JS9[ :. I a II 1 Stork l 964-7484
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'1 1I The Test.. .

I. All II I r'I Students Get Special Help, Inspiration

: r ', Needed to Pass the Dreaded SSA T's

By Mark Frledlln The SSAT (State AssessmentTest
I BCT Staff Writer ) was mandated by the
1' k Passing the SSATs-It can be a Florida Legislature as a meansto
daunting experience for ensure that students receive a
youngsters Just out of minimum level of education In
elementary school. basic subject by a certain grade
I This year teachers and level Eighth graders at BMS.for
t administrators at several example worked overtime in
o schools in Bradford County their math and language arts
have tried their best to make the classes preparing for the .
test a challenge to met and examination.
overcome for their students. Businesses in the communitygot
"Beat the Test"was the theme Into the act as well donating
I chosen at Bradford Middle prizes for students who passed.
School this year, with the Halls In the school were
popular comic strip character decorated with posters made by
7 "Batman"chosen as inspiration.An the students and a contest was
SSAT Pep rally was held held for the students with the
October 2 with a special best results. Winners were
Yr appearance by Batman and Heather Norton. Chad Deese
faculty members dressed in and Kevin Mueller.At .
Batman t-shlrts as they helpedin Lawtey Elementary students
special tutoring sessions had a pre-test breakfast.
designed to help their students courtesy of McDonalds and
F M't ry, pass the test. Hardees of Starke.
.. r 1
. Tutors Bearing l 'Batman.. shirts help students prepare for the SEAT lest In a ipeclal study session at Bradford I\UddleSchooi. I Check the C/ \SSIFIE[ S I I

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r V m AJyJE. *m mi IQ Announcing the Opening of

; SIER'SANNiVERSARY. Bradford Family

Practice ; ?


Bruce Pollock
M.D. _
Board.Certified Family Physician
General,Pediatric and
Adult Medicine

Blue Cross/Blue Shield $ '"1

I 1EEI( 743 S. Walnut Street, Suite B,
Starke, Florida 32091 '

: Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday

964-9535 4960092LAW


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310 S.Lawrence Blvd.

Western Steer will be celebrating its 15th anniversary Keystone Heights,FL 32656 I
in October with three very timely specials. 473-7256
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October 9-15:Free Cold Salad Baror Dessert Bar with any entree. ANNOUNCING: '.

October 16-22:6 oz.Sirloln-$2.59 or 8 oz.Ribeye-13.99 GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW

October 23-28:Beef Tips-$2.79 or Chopped Sirloin-$1.89 ;A Full Service Law Firm" '.
It's Feel Good Time During Anniversary Days. 5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal

Personal Injury&Wrongful Death;Bankruptcy Law;Informal
Creditor Workouts;IRS&Department of Revenue Negotiation

Western"" Stccrv'" 1 Divorce&Family Law;Wills&Probate;and Criminal Law

.: ,STfiflKKOUSC(Family* < I (DUI. Felony-Misdemeanor Juvenile)

US 301 S' 964-8061

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8.50$500 Minimum' To 8.18 Open % 8.75% 8.41 % 9.008.640

Annual Yield* Annual Rate Annual YieldAnnual Rate

$75.000 or more $75,000 or more $75,000 or more $75,000 or more

Rates are subject to change. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal $50,000-74.999 8.55 8.23 $50,000 74$99 8.85 8.51I : !
from CDs.

I Yields-The effective shown assume annual principal yield, based and on Interest Interest compounded on deposit monthly for one: '$4295'9090908.50 .8- 1 18 ,$25'Q00'49,999 880 8.46' ', .,. 3

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Recent Bradford ArrestsIn which occurred In April. Bond was Louis Wade Donasoma, 21, of Cheryl Belcher. Bond was set at ::)
County set at$10,000, he was released under Nassau County was arrested Oct. 4 $500. .
The the condition he for retail theft to
following arrests were made maintain no contact according Deputy
by local authorities in Bjrudlord with the victim or her family. Thrift. Bond was set at $200( he was Peter Scortlna, 18, of Alabamawas
County. ROR. arrested Oct. 7 on a warrant for
Paul Edward Cohens, 36, was ar- auto theft,according to Lt.Aderholt.
Donald Guy Prater 2h, Wh, d, > rested Oct. 8 on two warrants for William Clyde Kidd, 24, was arrested Bond was set at$10,000. '
rested Oct. 6 for public violation of probation from Alachua Oct. 4 for grand theft, accor-
according to dl'lInkcnt'ssl Gerald County, according to Lt. Aderholt. ding to Deputy Rhoden. Kidd was John Lamar Crews, 19, was arrested
Hayes. Bond was set at $250, he picked up in North Carolina with Oct. 5 for battery of a law en- .
released on his own rerngni/.ince was Joe Allan Prevatt, 24, was arrested bond set at $5,000 but was ROR forcement officer, resisting arrest '\ '
(ROR). Oct. 6 on a warrant for viola without violence and trespass on .r"" Jr.t i ij
tion of probation failure Dorthy Helen school according to ',: ..
to appear, Risby, 49, was arrested property ..
John P. McMahon, 411, w: according to Lt. Aderholt. Bond was Oct. 4 for violation of proba- Patrolman Gordon Smith. Crews ,
rested Oct. 5 for retail theft, according ar. set at $1,350Jeffery ( tion for sale and delivery of a con- was also charged on several warrants .; ,
to Patrolman Mack Short.Bond trolled substance, according to Bond was set at$5,400,he was
was set at$1,000, he was ROB Dee Bolton, 27, was arrested Deputy Jason Bennett. Bond was set ROR
Oct. 8 for public drunkenessand at 2000.
resisting arrest with violence, Richard Alan Williams,31,was arrested '
Priscilla Ann according to Patrolman Hayes. Myra A. King, 19, of Clay Countywas Oct. 9 for violation of proba- pI
Dinkins, 35, was arrested Bond was set at $500. arrested Oct. 4 for drunkeness tion for soliciting to commit murder, ,
Oct.6 for two counts violationof resisting arrest without violence, ac- according to Deputy Charles Carter. .
I Ia4s
probation possession of of law '
battery enforcement officer, Oct. 6 for unlawful transmission on Bond was set at $24050( ( she was ; \ -. y H-
according to Deputy U.irvey, police radio, according to Lt. ROR Traffic
Rhoden.ROR.Bond was set at $1.(Odii', she Aderholt. Berry is In custody of the Lee Roy Burton, 53, was arrested
was county jail. Geraldine Lewis, 40 was arrestedOct Oct. 3 for driving while license '
5 on a capias for failure to ap- suspended (DWLS), according to
Alvester Gill, 79, was al'lt',ted Clara Jean Thornton, 37, was ar- pear,according to Deputy Gene Lee. Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond was set
Oct. 8 on a capias charging Il'\\rlanrl rested Oct 7 for trespass of structure at $215.25. ,
lascivious assault upon a (hilrt, according according to Deputy Danny Annie Lee Slocum was arrested
to Lt.David Aderholt (;.ill is Thrift. Bond was set at$250.She was Oct. 7 for failure to appear for ar- Michelle Taylor, 23, of Clay was mil f fi -. ..
charged with an alleged /UK i"I 1"l1t ROR. raignment, according to Patrolman arrested Oct. 6 for DWLS,according ..

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fi Jfl'.ILCIIIJIIIp@' ''lIIIlLtll ..JJJlill Citizen1 eompUInU prompted Bradford County Sheriff deputies to stakeout I
u area In SpeedvUle Smfey night mulling to one arrest,the
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Patrolman Smith.Bond was set at Emergency number 911 received
$215.25. 834 calls during the month and 3,644 ::1
calls were received at 964-6161, according ::
Diane Lynn Carroll, 27, of Clay to Sheriff Etheridge. S
ECLIPSE Turbo County was arrested Oct. 6 for driv- ,.
ing under influence (DUD, possession -
of drug paraphernalia, accor- Dial 911 Emergency
ding to Patrolman Perry Gorman.
She was released after a $1,000 sure-
-d + p ty bond was posted. Bradford County
We have just two

Todderlck Leonard Sampson, 24, Rescue Answers
left in stock of Duval was arrested Oct. 10 for 131 Calls In Sept.
DWLS, possession of stolen driver's
license, according to Trooper Bradford County Emergency y:
Donald Dean. Bond was set at Medical Services Rescue respondedto
$46325. a total of 131 calls/or/runs duringthe
month of September, accordingto
Correction... Supervisor Cliff Chapman. a
Eighty transports required the ::
Last week's newsbrtefs incorrectly -
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-- listed a charge of sale of cocainein transporting of 86 patients.Fifty-one S
the arrest of Milton An- calls required no transporting. The
plant Hunters Special Eugene back-up unit made five runs and two ::
1. drews. The charge was sale of can-
patients were transported by
nabis.The Telegraph apologizes for
Trauma I to University Hospital in
Motor Trend Import Car of the Year $199 the error. The Editor Jacksonville.. :<
mo. The majority of the patients, 66, 51
per were taken to Bradford Hospital. :'
Just 22 Left. 565 Complaint Calls Three patients were taken to Shands :j

4- _,j,_ ii,. Processed At Jail Hospital, one to North Florida :!I
t. YVt41tr Hospital and ten to Alachua General
W11111L1llI11Nl l
During the month of.September Hospital, in Gainesville. :
,,- 565 complaint calls were processedthrough Illness related calls topped the list l-
the Bradford County Jail of emergencies with 26 people II
dispatchers, according to Sheriff needing attention. Fourteen cardiac ::;
Kenneth Etheridge. patients and 14 calls to people in ?
Topping the fist was 419 calls trauma were the next highest need.
termed mlscellenous. Deputies investigated Another ten runs were to people in f
New 4X4 King Cab ten missing persons, trauma resulting from vehicle ac- :|
worked ten accidents and assisted at cidents. Eight people suffered g
Fully Loaded another six accidents. Conducted 73 respiratory problems, four calls
felony Investigations, 26 burglariesand were to drug overdose victims and :.
$1500. Dn + Tax & Tag two escapes. Five calls were to one person suffered emotional pro:1::}
fires, structure/woods.
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First Time !!! Deputies served 518 civil papers One call was to a gunshot victim =
Buyers Program
during September, wrote 33 traffic and one was to a victim of a stabb-
If you have never financed a car before, but have citations, recovered two stolen lng

worked at the same Job for one year and lived at the vehicles and provided escort for 14 Two calls were to obstetric pa- .,
funeral processions.Total tients. One call was to standby for a eJ
same residence for one year you can qualify.
arrests processed throughthe structue fire.one was standby at a :'
jail for the month was 143.Of the bomb threat.
arrests, 75 were felony, 68 misde- Five calls were cacelled and five :-
GAINESVILLE MITSUBISHI meanor, 21 driving under Influenceand calls wer false alarms. ::
35 driving while license suspend- Rescue participated in the annual :s
disaster drill held in September.The
Sales Hours 3336 N. Main St. Parts & Service Hours ed.City police officers were respon- drill Is sponsored by Bradford Coun- :I
sibile for 44 arrests, deputies arrested Medical Services to
ty Emergency
Mon Fri. 8:00 6:00 ;I
Mon-Fri. 8:30: 8:00: : : : 78 Florida
Gainesville FL 32609 people, Highway measure the capabilities of the agencies '-I
Sat. 9:00: 6.00: Sat. 9:00-6:00: : Patrol troopers arrested 11 people, Involved, said Chapman. :!
904-371-3752 Sun. 8:00-: 12:00: Lawtey officers arrested three, one I
Sun. 1:00: 5:00:
arrest was made by FDLE' agents, :
one by beverage a arrests -
were ordered antssaanrvte Dial 911 Emergency i iq.

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88 NISSAN KING 4 5 ttCl'rFOI )I,,", IH'.iI.. : .....WATERFRONT.....
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted CAB. 4WD. cyl, ._ ... \ : .. t _, .., .J"' HIUCREST 3/2. 1980 mobile
speed a/c am/fm cassette 30,000 GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOMi LAKE
to office the Bradford and County In actual miles Take for payoff. 473- AMERICAN FAMILY HOMES. NEW/ WHATS SO DIFFERENT A9O TTHE"HAPPY home outside and In remodeled In cypr.... CHSA carpet rang., refrlg.d/w
Telegraph In paid
writing COLLAR? It
JACK 3-X FLEA loll of
0830 //2 10/5/69 USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGE aboveground pool
a driveway
roof concrete
odvonc. unless credit li already hot tub shingle fireplace
Works!) Now available for cats. too.
1 PARK2720637. 4 building. All of this surrounded by o 6' chain
established with this office. decking screen porch storage
Gator II Farm S ,
86 FORD F-250 stock radials. S 1015189" $ 75,000
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD .4WD. 8ply.GfGloryFeed link I privacy fence.
RESPONSIILE FOR MISTAKES IN locking hubs a/c am/fm cassette 2 BR 1 BATH MOBILE HOME needs Gokfkist COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its best! 800' of pav.d winging
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER auto.trans.,OD, dual tanks. TAke for repair on one acre well septic, and 0/7/89 PUPS. 3 7WALKER months old, good driveway to this superb 3500 if home. Th. home has beautiful wood.n floors,
THE TELEPHONE. payoff 473-0830 112 two sheds. Located In Crosby Trailer Stock, call 964.5311 6 carpet, vaulted ceilings, 4 levels of living space, Ig. foyer, eat-In kitchen with
8 10/5/89 1 Path,near Hampton.$15,000 or make S family room with
Classified deadline' TUESDAY NOON. a 10/5/89 1 built-in appliances, formal dining room. Ig. living
prior to Thursday publication. BRONCO, 4x4 302 engine 5 speed, offer. Call 964-4271 4 FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL REGISTERED new fireplace. 4 BRi. 3 Full Bath, 2% baths Inside utility room 3 sunbathing
Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY. cb.am/fm radio new tires, extra setoff S 9/14/89" with sprinkler Ig. oaks,
with Flame-Point Himalayan male cat adn deck, 100 ft. on Lake G.n.vo. 2Vi Ac., system
road tires all in condition call 86 PIEDMONT. 56x26 3BR 2 bath
5.00 P.M. Special Classified dl.ployploc.m.nt good *. Assum.
Assume loan a Blue Persian female. Both have azaleas. dogwoods, camellia located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgt
den and
533-2366 112 a fireplace this
Is NOT Guaranteed.Minimum
papers.$125 each.Call 43M682 after Must see to oppr.ciateiGREAT !
4 Mtg.
10/5/89 11967MUSTANGFASTBACK balance call 964-8566 //'
classified ads isIS
charge 5pm 1199 a ta689HORSE WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extending
words for $3.50, th.n IS cents for unrestored a 10/5/69 2 100' lots,
1 be divided Into two
each word thereafter. $1 billing charg. needs work call 964-6983 1986, 14X60 FLEETWOOD.central heat DoubleD. to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acre. $163.000. Property can
//2 a 10/5/89 1 6 air. 2 bedroom I bath. Assumable. $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
will b. added to .och CHARGED
1979 DODGE ASPEN STATION mortgage. 762-3570 1194S four horse trailer and 8 year old .....HOMIS.....
classified ad.GARSTRUGKSVANS. WAGON 964-8522 also /1982 Ford 10/5/89 3 quarter horse gelding line back durtn. RAIFORD. LOVELY HOMESITEl 2 BR. 1 BA from. home on 1.65 Acre. Cleared
Fairmont!, 4 dr. ATAC12 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME ON 4 ACRES of call 964-8112 116 e landlCoped. Own.r financing. $3500Dn$195/tOYrs. 17,000

r 8 10/5/89 1 Street land, comer, call 964.761014 of SRI6-East and 10th FREE/PUPPIES TO 2 GOOD HOME call GREAT FIRST HOME. for young couple- BR, 1 bo, carport parch.NE26thAve. 26,000

89 CHEYENNE TRUCK with ground ". OMI\UR J\L I'RftRl'X: : a 10/5/69 3 964-6551! 1199. s HWY.301 SOUTH! From. 3 BR 2 ba, CHSA. 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 40,000NW
effect.fulilize. v-8 305 hp. maroon : _'iRt-N'rIoLEASJoS: L : 1990 ,14 X 50. 2 BR I bath $6995 call AMAZON 10/5/89 PARROT-4 hand led talks,also 65th AVI.I bedroom, 1 bath, 3 acre.. Home has n.w 20 yr. roof freshly
gold fully equipped.am/lm.S speed.aIc.hnled 755.5114 Circle B Homes Lake City,
Inside. Owner 'Mak. an Off.rl'ILEGANCIIN !
cocafels. cal 431-1350 painted
hand fed
windows.sliding back glass 4 GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM Fl. 114 a 10/5/89 1199 10/5/89 2 THE COUNTRY 3 BR 1 ba, concrete block window treatments,

months old.SIOOO 904-289-9647 dn.assume pymts. KOA/WAL MART Hwy 301 2000 sq 4REPO TWO CHIHUAHUA a PUPPIES for sale. 2 3 ailing fans, CHSA stove, refrig, DW garage with door opener ontenna
call anytime ft, $600 month 964-8848 evenings DOUBLE WI DES. $1000 down booster wood floors new Andersen window., carpet, rosegarden
1/2 months old 964.751 attar 5pm with
9/14/89 4 rotary
2 8 473.3627 TFN S bad credit or no credit you can buy with brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy
81 MERCURY CAPRI. Must see to appreciate 119 a 10/5/89 1 large polio area complete
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED call 755-5114 Circle B Homes, Lake total electric,
$700 call 964-7275 1000 sq ft fast food location across City. Fl.I4 a FOR SALE SOW 1 yr. old female, Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse
2 I 10/5/89 1 Approx. wt. 100 Ibs. 9642594. beautifully landscaped.
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 evenings 10/5/89 4
1981 ISUZU I-MARK DIESEL 5 speed 473-3627 TFN 3 USED MOBILE HOMES single wldes 6 animals pets for sale Starke BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3Vi BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an ocr., foV.r.LR. ,
body damage, mechanically good. S 10/1/89 4 starting at$500. doublewides also In 10/5/89/ 1 DR, kitchen wrefrlg, range/oven dishwasher, fan/hood;; den, laundry
$500 or best offer. 431.1208 FOR SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/office: stock. Circle B Homes Lake City Fl. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Female Wolf- room and an office, CHSA, enclosed* carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious$71,000
2 a 10/05/89 space: 3000.9000 sq ft, located at 755.5114 114 a Husky pup. 10 Mos old. 964-2594. bock yard with security light..
1981 MALIBU STATION WAGON. $1500or Enterprise Park next to Sunshine 10/5/69 4 6 animals pets for sale Starke CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR. 2 Ba plenty of storage space, CHSA. wood
best offer, 964.3829 2 Industries Contact Diane Ely 964- DEALER REPOS-singlewldes' and dou 10/5/89 t heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other building, 2 ocr., lots of trees,
I 10/5/89 1 5294 TFN 3 a blewides. Most still have full factory garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. 78.500
69 WILLYS JEEP v-6 engine, 12.OOx 15 STORE FOR RENT 1000 SQ FT. 301 warranties Moststall have appliances. RtU\J, TNJ J.: I KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd. CB 3 BR/lBa carpet c.nt. heat window
tires, hard top. good condition call available fans, fenced bock yard nice lot $ 38,000
SOUTH PLAZA. 964-7681 OR 964- Some have furniture financing air stove refrig, DW 2 ceiling
964.5311 2 a 6784 TFN 3 8 I-964-6407 114 :.()l rr. f1 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR. I ba. CB wood floors. 1185 ..f., 5 ocr. $ 60.000
10/5/89 1 10/01/89 4 8 10/5/69 1 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water IBR/lBa.. $90.000
MOVINGMUST SELL 1983 Chevetta. STORE FOR RENT 1000 SQ FT, 30L 14 X 642 BR, 1983 model $6,999.,call I- OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
brand new paint job 4 door auto., 964-7681 OR 964- 9649172I4 a each. No screened patio w/ BBQ grill.
782-3287 SOUTH PLAZA. river access $5450 HAMPTON LAKI AREAl 3 BR. 2 ba, CHSA
radio a/c $1200 10/5/89 nego.. 1 6784 TFN 113 a 10/5/69 1 money down.$65.... month. Owner.I- Also 3BR MH 1V4 BAon 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. 122.400
//2 I MUSTANG fastback. 10/2/89 4 1988 FLEETWOOD REPO 3/2. easy 236-4579 or "1-622-2438 TFN ...LOTS I ACREAGE...
FORD un-
1967 .
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS-4. 2 terms I-80O-940-4644 1111.a 4 10. 10/5/89 4 .
take best otter call 964- $ 4.500
restored bath two story house and 8 room 10/5/89 1 KINOSLEY LAKE VILLAGE) 130x130
8983 112 S 10/5/89/ concrete building set upfor day sch ol. OWN YOUR NEW HOME IN 5 YEARS. MICHIGAN STREETS Acres Inside city 10,000
1 Associate Charles Flynn 5332828 Save $20,000 In interest Irs true. HELP WALDOi four lots city water well septic, 2 power poles S 28,000SI
1977 PICK UP. LOW MILEAGE 10/5/89 call 864- .Outlaw Realty. 9644522. $357 per month buys this spacious WANTEDFULL 19th ST. HAMPTONi 3 acres, 3 septic tanks, 4" sub pump 2 power pales,
6835 11112 8 113 s 10/5/89 1 3BR,2 bath dream home.Call Hughes I access to city water. $17,000
i I 2 LARGE OFFICE OR BUSINESSSPACE; Mobile Homes Starke 1-800-940- LAWTEYt 31011, ooch approx. 10011160. acc... to city water each S 3.000
79 FORD F-i SO. V8302. AC.AT.PS.PB. 32OO+ soft; located next to Bradford 4644 114 s 10/5/89 TIME COOK HWY. 22Si On.acra. S 5.000
$2500 10/5/69 obo. call 782-3213 1 112s County Telegraph; former 10 cent Mobile home for sale 16 E 4 Kth St, Mary EXPERIENCEDSEAFOOD d LOT 9.GOLF AIR RDl Country Club Estates. 1.11 acres: Make Offer! $ 8.700
store;can be renovated to suit tenant. 114 10.000"LAWTlY.
Motley.964-7610 Lot 12
FORD LTD II condition ao, I
79 good ps
Contact Bill Green 9042227500. 1 Investment I $13,000
pb am/fm, radio Jennifer 964.231211R2 a 10/5/89 STEAKS Five acres, 105th Av* Good
10/5/89 1 113 s 10/5/89 4 # PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RDl 20.16 Acre 3 wells, 2 poles $50,000 -
8 1(' 'VVjtt1'J I. MELROSE AREA
WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Flo. Frontier $13,000HERITAGE "

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j WhirlPOOl Kenmore G.E. sanova responses to CAZ, rewards, wlApn. TarwlIIegar Nelson . ... ..... . ;,::. :Y". .. '-:; .... :
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310 E. Call SL Ed Feinstein 964-2966 s VILLAS

FL 32091 Owner USN Retired REALTOR & Associates

\Starke 607 Bradford Court in Starke

nature lovers paradlsel Large hardwood tress galore on this AppUcations for immediate occupancy are being accepted on 1
8.66 acre lot in a restricted subdivision. Only 7 mites from 175. &: 2ER apartments. Monthly payments from $220 plus utilities.
Alachua/Hlgh Springs exit Owner will. finance with 10% down HancUc ped units 1 are alsO available Rental information and
ffl 1O% for 10 years. applications are available at the Rental Office, 607 Bradford
Court, Starke

Lakeside living; with conveniences of city life. Walk to park Call 964-6216 l1

tennis courts library and shopping. Florida Room overlooks Mon. Frl.9-530 pjn. Opportunity
may. lake. Great view. Modern Kitchen. Assumable 1st 99.9OO

4040 Ncwbeny Road. Suite 950

Gainesville FL 326O7

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ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. 964-4544
Located Hwy. Ml 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 a Lafayette St. ITAwI / 1.1Ek i Hwy. 301 S. [ ] /

Starke, FL
Your Full'Efervic*Real Estate ortlo.ruAt.1'Olt a REALTORvEomcs
*LAKE ACCESS Beautiful oaks, Iocr. with doublewlde. In Keystone

ar.a.II* EXECUTIVE 59.89 HOMEi Will do lease purchase 13889. x/Lot v/Acreage v/Watcrfront /

*FIVE ACRES S3.300 p.r Acre. 11*<.89 i1L / arms s/Commerclal
*IN GROUND POOL! 3 BR. 2 Ba, nice acre 1127-89.
*LAKE ACCESSi 1 Acre, quiet and In the country. *76089.a .
LARGE CORNER LOTi 270x322x243 In Country Club Estates.Asking 912,500 with SPECIAL Near Hampton 6 Acre with Well Septic Tank
owner financing. 136-89.. And Power Pole. $12,000 Cash or Term.
.NICE2IR MH on .93 ocr. Quiet area Priced to sell at $17.000.1149-89 BROKERS SPECIAL / 4
*BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT In Lawtey, 1000. Can be used for mobile home. A BEDFORD LAKI.CUT t COWVOHTABU2IR HAMPTON LAKI ACCESS 3BR/2BA From., CHSA 2184 SF. 976 SF
steal at $3,000.198.89. Cotteg Completely FumlslMd CHAA Large Ddi. 0...... Icrawied | Workshop.
CORNER LOT In the city 75x220. May be divided Into two building lots of Pavilion Class to Wat,. MautKul Whit is..>;; Crystal Clear W_. IWii3M a SAMPSON LAKI 38R/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room CHSA 180 ft. a j
75x1.10.Ownzr anxious. An zavzrient buy at $12,500.1102-89. lot. Must See| on' Water. .
*BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this high S dry lot 292x200. Can be divided Into NEW HOMI 4BR/2BA Brkk, CHSA 10x12 Sun Deck, Well S Septic
two parcel 146x200. A great buy at 19900. All this and owner financing too. LAKE COTTAGE en clear lake with white. Seedy beech.: Beewtlfwl. Urge call / SHADE TIED 3BR/2BA Brick. CHSA 2946 SF, 2 Garages, on 1.7 Acres.FRONTAGE a
89.89 .. tree. ON HWY ISO 3BR/2BA Cut Brick CHSA. Room for Horse.. ::1.5 l
*2BR. ISA NEAR TOWN. Large corner lot. Fully fenced patio with built-in BBQ.,, *BRICK 3 BR, 11/1 BAi Nice neighbor. Range refrlg.. CH/A, Enc. garage.- Acre*. &
Laundry area S family room. Only asking $36,900. < *BEST MEAL 3BR 2Ba, CHSA brick 140S s.f.. new roof new point. 56000. CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA, Two Story AC Units, Elct Heat Well A
*BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED 3BR 1'h Ba. brick home, large oak tree, bock yard STARKE HISTORIC MEAL Renovated 68R. 3'4 $A. 6 fireplaces.$133.000. Septic.
patloOln town prlceb or quick sale, 138.89 .*HIGH WAY 16 WESTi 4/2V4. CHSA 1496 *.f. en 1 ..... $' .000. / HWY MI.3BR/2BA Doublewlde. CHSA Workshop Fish Pond Well A Sepa I
HANDYMAN FIX-UPi 2BR. 1 BA. $14,500. #M5-89 .. INCOME PROPERTY! 4/2 Home. plu 8 room Day Cora Facility. tic.
I BEAUTIFUL ACRE with 3BR. IBa brick veneer Reduced to $40.000.1148-99. *FENCED YARD all appliance, convenient location 3/1'71.Only. S33.000.-, PORCHES All ROUND 3BR/1BA A-Frame. Pole Born, Tool Shed, Well I
*9 1/4 ACRE with 4BR. 2Ba, CB. CHSA, kitchen equipped.;$48.000. HM-88. *IN BROOKERi Frame Home. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing.. l Septic.' a
*LOVELY RESTORED HOME en Walnut St., hardwood fIoo,. CHSA. many fine. *REDUCED Brick. CHSA over 2000 ..f.. 'In the country en' 2.78 acre*. CHURCH STREET.3BR/2BA C,. CHIA; Family Room 2148 SF, Garage
qualities. Priced to sell. II 51.89 OWNER FINANCING 2 story frame "/2. CH&A on 4.64 acre. $53,000. CHURCH STRUT 2BR/1BA CB S Frame CHSA. 1336 SF, Corner Lot.
*CALL STREETS Nice remodeled office, has B-2 Zoning, "153-89. *FRAME with cedar siding 4/1. rge ft ret. on 10 acre*. $32,000. 1 CHURCH STRUT- Two Story Apartment lldg, 28R/1 BA ea Apt Go Heat. / .
*2 BEAUTIFUL WOODED BUILDING LOTSi Hwy.: 16W. 1153.89. *EPPERSON STREETi 4 BR. 1900 s.f. home. No sign an property.m... HIGHWAY Ml S 300 ft. frontage 2 Mobile Home S eomma.cla'"dg.: '
I *LOT 100x103 Zoned B2. Between Washington S Hwy. 16E. 154-89 *PINEBREEZI $/D.II kept brick 3/1H, CHSA. nice lot. $39,000. RIVER BENr ESTATU.3Bt/2BADW Mobil. Home. CHIA. 2 Acre i
leviS tree*. and mare. $32.000.+ a CTY HWY *M .... Acre, 3BR/2BA MH Central Heat'AC. Unit, Paved 1 .
LAWTSYi Nlc. large 3BR. 2Ba, CB, CHI. Reduced to $43.900.183-19 *FRAME 3/1 on' 3 acres. 38x30 pole .
*RAIFORDi Nice house, approx. 2.000 sq. ft. on 1 Acre. Call to view CEDAR HOMI on' 1 acre, CHSA ..-ga" ,.,,.. $38,000. Road. .
property 106.89 *NOW ONLY 1 ECONOMY HOMES range- from$16.000 24000. A aI .' .:
*FARM HOUSE CHSA. on' 28 acre. 2 barn, pecan grove "',000: SELECTED PROPERTIES \ ''.
I .RENTALS BR Duplex Center St, $200/Mo. PRICKS 4 BR 2Vt Ba CHSA FP. Rage S ReM.. DW. ever 5 acre. I WALDO Nice Shady BIde or Mobil. Home Lot 100x200 ft. .

.2 Bit 2' Mobile Home Therlss... S285/mo., .' ,* .,. *IN STARKSi Close to hasp.. CB 311. OiSA, Big loomI $38.300.: a HOMI BLOO ton Hwy I6W. City Water S Sewage Owner FII"" 1
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LARGE LOT IN CITVi 100x200 w/30x3Ogarage.suitable. stare motor horn* HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Breaker.
3 BR HOUSE lake, $430/mo.
on Crosby' ....I ,411I f, '*COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 acres plus with metal bldg. I mObll.4tome.. POUR sVACRI Brooker, Owner Financing.
t :;/: *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORYl brick ft cedar farm. home 4/2V4,72 acre. / .THRU f-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brook_. Owner Financing. a
f.-: .'. .. LAWTEY ARIAi nice home CHIA. on 1 per*, sjulet. End peaceful. (REDUCED) 6 ACES Well. Septic A Power Pole.
4 ACRtS FreMet en Hwy. IOOW, CIty Water S '- ..
FOKMNT a I ACRtS Hwy 301 South.t a .
Call Ons'of Our' ProfessionallyTrained *AVA1LABLI te 3/3l/90t Complete fuml hed'mobile" home.' No'p.b' children. J ACM FreetefO ea New Rhrer, Well A Sepik.l .. .

Staff Today.964-5069 $400 per mo. Include utilities. : AFTER HOURS a

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YARD SAlli Friday 9-2 p.m., Saturday 100 ACRES: six room noose and barn. responsible, with good references. COMMERCIAL SPACI available In .YARD SALf-Sat. Oct
8301230.: : Baby and adult cloth., Owner will finance, $20001acrv.cal McRae Retirement 473-2881 Keystone Heights 2 locations: 700 MOBILE HOME and lot 1979 12ft wide, 14, 9.3 Melrose Follow signs on SR21
miscellaneous It.m. 301 North by 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN tchg9/28/10/12 ft. a 1000 sq.ft. High traffic and visibility 2BR/1BA on corner lot. Must sell under and SR26. No Earlyblrds.. ltpdlO/12
YARD e... 7479 Paradise
Thornton Salvage. 9 I 10/5/89 3 PULL-TIME POSITION-Ouallficatlons: In both locations 473-3193 or appraised value. Make offer. SALI-Saturday
Drive, Paradise Lake, between
LAWTEY ACREAGE with road "473-76B3 leave message. 7/6 tfnchg 1/388/185O.2tchnIO/I.17!
: frontage.Call must be able to work with children
FRUIT JARS ROCKING CHAIR dishes ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficien Nightingale and Pecan. Upd10.12MOVING
for details
6wki old to 12 License Number
electric lawn yrs. color coniolo
moerand misc. Sat 964-4469. TFN S cy. Laundry and dock facilities $275 REWARD
030444. 475-2132 9.28/10.5
Sun. 1372 Blanding St1117 s 10/5/89 3 IIVI-IN per month.plus deposit. 473-2919. TV, paddle-boat tools, much more
I 10/5/89 1 AIDECOMPANIONmaturewoman 7/6tfnchg $250 Fri., Sat, Sun., 5511 Gila Street Big
to assist retired man recovery
GARAGE SALE clothes, lots of leans. cleared and mostly cleared levelled w/household duties Room and board. IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE.21 N. video cam.rao.t/ between Keystoneand Tree Lakes, ltpd/10/12
64-9203.Alvarez. Come across street from Hardees. 12'X32', OARAGI SALE-Frldoy 94. Saturday 912.
Friday and and landscaped call 964-6300 TFN 475-2343 ltchglO-12 Melrose. 475-2986 oe 468-1348.
Saturday 8 miles down $275 adjoining 20'X32'. $350.473-4375. Plum Valley Lane-21 South.ltchg1012 .
Brownlee Rd 9 s 10/5/89 3 DO YOU ENJOY WORKING WITHPre- 1 IIchgl 10.1:2:

I brick homo 10/SV89 at fork 1 //s7SAT 9 ACRE TRACT: acres of mature pines, Schoolers W. have a place' for you. EFFICIENCY 7/13tfnchg COTTAGE-on White Sands BABY ITEMS.Misc. household Items,
5 acres of improved drained Call 473-7031-after 6 and weekendscall ANIMALSFLUFFY
property clothes, Avon products.Intersection of
SUN Lake,
ONLY various Items SE Furnished $225/mo: Includesutilities
fruit mobile
pecan trees, trees home, 473-4077.
47th Ava., off Hwy 100 1tchg1012HOUSIKEEPERHalf screened porch carpet car 219 end 100. 10-tll' ltchg/10-12
Crystal Lake
well septic. Great building site for day a week. MALAMUTE.Pup. mole. 3 mon HOUSEHOLD ITEMSand 6583
Homesltes.10/5/80 1/117 s small ranch.Located I mile from Starke References necessary Call Mike port. 473-2909 or 1.721.5..72tchg105.1012 ths. Black with beautiful markings.Last Flretower Road. Saturday more 94.ltpd1012 .
1 Golf Course., $34.900. 964-8602 after 473-3597. Itpd/10.12 one left-right from Canada. First

FURNITURE.CLOTHINQ.. Friday and and oddnfids. / 8 pm. B I SECRETARY NEEDED-Experlenced typist MOBILE 2BR.2BA HOME-IIke overlooking new partially Paradise furnished $100. 4730926.1tchg1012 VARIOUS ITEMS-SE!47th Ave., off SR 100.
Saturday. Oct. 13 &
9/7/89 12 skills, 40 hours w..k.
p.r Crystal lake Homesltes, Starke.
14, T.H. Bement Lake 1-904-473-4221: :
1221 Bradford St, BROOKER AREA from $295 down, $89 Send resume to A. Bowman P. O. Box 19043886109. or ltchg/10-12

Saratoga 7 a Heights 10/5/89 964-6439 1 per month, 1-5 acres,rolling oaks and 1099 Keystone Heights, Florida 32656. NEWLY REMODELED-prlvale 2tpd10/5.12 lot on Lak.G.n.va. FOR SALE YARD SALI-Frlday 92. Good Stuff!
meadows Ideal for small farm or 3tchg/IO-12-26
Cheap prices. Fairway. ltpd/10-12
4 FAMILY YARD SALE-393 W. Weldon 2BR/IV. Mobile Home.
country home. O miles North of
St.Sat Oct 14, 8 am,Sway bar. side Gainesville. Mobile ok.no qualifying NOTICE New carpet throughout dock, laundry MISC ITEMS-Any reasonable offers accepted
mkrows. children and adult clothes FREE BROCHURE. Owner/Broker facilities. Must see this one. $275/mo Wat.rb.d.$200. China Cabinet FOUNDSMALL
toy box furniture plus $275.deposit. 47329192tfnchglO512 and buffet-$300 Twin-bed headboards
toys some ,oil drum 377-9977 B I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted with ralls-$73. Curtls-Mathls Ham.Ent.rtalnm.nt .
and stand GRAY DOO-on Immokallee Road.
campstove windows
awning 9/21/89 4
to the lake Region Monitor office SPACIOUS 3BR/2B-ln Bradford Center-SOO. 6-plece
sliding glass door.45 gal. gas LAWTEY, Hwy 125 farm house with 70 In writing and paid In advance Keystone Hgts. Wonderful County. Living room set-$300. 659.2966. Call"73.33700r"73.2612.2tlrlOoI219Union
tank. 7
1 I 10/5/89 fenced acres, 2 wells cow bam 4 unless credit Is already establishedwith neighborhood. Central H/A, lots of 2tchg/9/28-10/l2
chicken houses, approx. 50 acres In this office.MONITOR .
1025 W. MADISON ST.-FRI .torag.$475/mo. Owner/Agent Fran
ft SAT. hay 964-4469 tfn
pasture STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Rossano 475-1 678. 3tchg/10/12.10/26
washing machine heavy duty like //t9 s 10/5/89 4 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
rtew-SISO, dinette set with six leather LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 acre CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 1 Lake BR FURNISHED-house, on White Sands
deck A/C. clean

covered typewriterlike chairsnice-l50 new-$75 1984, Electric Fiero $13,500 road call4074646827s9 Road:, THE Classified TELEPHONE.deadline Is 11:00: a.m.Tuesday $250/mo.-June 2497884. 4tpd/10-12-11-2, : deposit $200. [ County Area Ads ] I

SE. mooe car best offer over$2,000 // s 10/5/89 5 prior to Thursday publication. LAKE furnished
BROOKLYN-Spaclous 28R
takes It Many more items large and FOR SALE BY OWNER I se 8th
acre on Minimum charge I.$3.50 for 15 word., In nice area. Separate double-car
small,call 964-8185 for Info.II ---
Ave.approx. 562 ft west of SR 100.
then 15 cents for each additional word. sandy beach deck cable
7 a 10/5/89
1 also 13.64 acres on NW 29th Ave.with Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, $425.475.5207.
FRI A; SAT OCT. 13. 14, TV 60 ft. x 300 ft. fish pond. Will alsodivdelntotwoparoelsoontalninp Keystone His.. FL 32656 hook-up. 1tchg/10-5 REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOMES
keyboard.boys jackets clothes of all 7.63
sizes others misc. items PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING DOUBIEWIDI ON 1 ACRE built 2
many out acres and 6.0I acres.Terms available custom
Rd 230 past hospital to 230A. Follow on all of the above. Call 964-8292 or HOMES FOR SALE bedroom. Fenced with large oaks
signs.//7 s 10/5/89 964687519 a MACHINES NOT WORKING'- Owner financing available. Must sell. 199014' x 30'-2 BR, I Bath $6995.00 Call
MEN,WOMEN&CHILDREN CLOTHES 10/5/89 1WANTED ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate Don't panic. Call Swindell. 4737862.: Call "496-3939 days 454-1595, evenIngs 755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City FL
garage with 2 acres, $29.500 OBO or 2 Work Used machines $50 .
dishes, tools fresh tomatoes (plants, guaranteed. tfn/hg. 629.GOVERNMENT REPO DOUBLEWIDE $1000.00 down. Bad
buy one get one free) Sat Oct 14th, lakeside' homes, 4 acres $55,500 OBO. and up. 7/20 tfnchg HOMESfrom $1 (U credit or no credit. You can buy. Call
Bushs Bait it Nursery 518 EdwardsRd \. Keystone Heights area. 1-659-2779 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines repair). Delinquent tax property 7555114. Circle B Homes, lake City. FL
7/20 tfnchg relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford Repossessions. Call 8056876000. Ext. USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewldes starting
1GRIFFIS //*7 I 10/5/89 WANTED: HOUSE OR TRAILER IN FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury Septic Tanks, Starke. 9648121. OH-II34 for current repo list. 8/24 at $500.00. Doublewldes also In'
NEED OF major repairs In exchange condo. Garage, screened porch
LOOP 1/2 mile 2nd railroad 7/6tfnchg 6tpd. 10/12. stock. Call 755-5114. Circle B. Homes,
past for partial rent or no down on land overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Lake City FL. 4tchg or tfn. 10/12.
crossing on left blankets, sheets pillowcases -
contract.$100 to$200 a month. !Have weekends 7/27 tfnchg HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL*.Call LaRue 10/19 10/26 11/2.
bedspreads electric appli- local references, 964-9018 Woody or I ACRE PLUS-on Smith Lake with 38R Leveling Service for all your foundation HELP WANTED '14 DOUBLEWIDE.'x 48', Excellent Condition
U ances.7 s and lots more 10/5/89, Thurs.1 & Fn 964-8170 Tommy //#/11S 2'/ BA block house 48000. 473-7912 repairs. Keystone, 473-7721. 7/9TFN $2000.00 Equity and Assume
10/5/89 1 4tpd 10-5/28 TOP QUALITY PAINTING COMPANY. $350 A DAY Processing phone orders! Payments $277.77 2 BR. 2 Bath You
2 MILES OUT RD 100 SOUTH dirt road
GOVERNMENT HOMES-from $1 20yrs Experience, painting wallpapering People call you. No experience move. 752.2598 after 5.00. Ask for
beside Dr. Mullins. 3rd I4th mobile home ,RVS&:! .CAMPERS:. : (U-repalr). Delinquent tax property. pressure washing Inter/exter. necessary. Call (refundable) Gail. Itpd. 10/12.
on right, Saturday 8-5pm Repossessions.Call 1602838.8885: Ext. Free estimates. Call Howard 659.2591 1(315)733.6062( ) ext. P3054. 9/21 4tpd.
II fl-s .lil! /89 1 DODGE TRADSSMAN HIGH TOP RV GH14027.3tpd10/5-19 3tpd10/5.19 10/12.

carpeted throughout refrigerator sink, LOVELY BRICK-For sale, rent or lease. 1 HELPER WANTED Transporting vehicles. CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION
'BOATS captains swivel chairs, cb radio year old 3BR/2BA home, formal FLOOR SAGQIN.DOOR Requirements can read and write
$5200 easy terms call 964-5941 DR/LR. Fully eulpped kitchen. Separate DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT OF work flexible hourb/days, have valid GOVERNMENT SEIZED
FIBERGLASS BOAT with 60 hp motor //19 10/5/89 1 laundry rm 2 1/2 Garage on 1/2 acre LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for drivers license Call Jim at 4963727. VEHICLES from $100.00. Fords,
and trailer, 14 ft, $300. call 964-5941 ELDORADO CAMPER: Self-Contained. w/pond. Many extras. $79,900 or best all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 Single female desired ttpd. 10/12 Mercedes, Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus
/1118 I 10/5/89 1 Nice. Can live in it, 1195. FIRM. offer. 659-2966.2tchg/9-2a/10-12: //017 k 10/2/89 4 HELP WANTEDReceptionlst Business Buyers Guide 1.602.838.8885

961-8170. 19 Stark M/H ON DEER SPRINGSLoke-Under CARSTRUCKSMOTORCYCLES Office, 5 days a week for busy EXT.A9127. 3tpd. 9/28 10/5. 1012.:
10/5/89 1 cover. 2800 s/ft. Rent OR Sell. medical office experience necessary '83 RENAULT ALLIANCE: Auto., 4-Dr.
4732252.: ltpd1012SINGLEWIDELorge Call for Interview. Mon-Frl. 8 till 5. PS, PB. AM/FM Cassette Air Low
porch.On Deer Springs 4962461. 2tchg. 10/5 1012.: Miles $1500 or best offer. Call 431
Lake. Rent OR S.ll. 4732252. ATTENTION-Government seized PAPER CARRIERS Prospects needed In 1563 2 Union 10/5/89
1 tpd/10.12 vehicles from $100. Fords, Mercedes, Union County Area. Excellent Income
Chevys, Corvettes. Surplus Buyers potential. Reliable transportation re
Ralph Bryan Realty Guide. 1602838.8885 Ext.A14027. quired. Call 18004439493. Contact HOMES FOR SALE .
3tpd/9-28/10-5-12 Ben. 2tchg. 10/5 10/12.
.925 N. Temple Ave. (Next to Pizza Hut) 964-8878 ACT IN TV COMMERICALS High Pay. No
experience..All ages, kid teens, 3 Bedroom Home wood frame, 2
Reduced For Action kG : agPtHSALE.C : : ?' r. young adults" families, mature people, fireplaces on shaded lot 3 mi. South of

"" : : .. animals, etc. Call Now Charm Worthington Springs, 462-I 170. tfnchg :;.
{ Fi1'Drt To Soi 1', Studios. ((313)) 542-8400: Ext. 1580. 9/28.
3 BR, 1 BA, Central AC/H, in City, $21,000. : ::8 40tpd. 10/5 thru 7/5/90. WOOD FRAME HOME Three bedroom ;

also BE ON TV many needed for commer with 2 fireplaces on shaded lot. Three

3 BR, 2 BA, frame, 2 story, in city $31,950. Large or Small Loads of Limerock ] cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting miles south of Worthington Springs.
C Info. Call ((615)) 779.7111 Ext. T946. Call 4621170. 9/28 tfnchg. j
Work Backhoe Bulldozer
New Listings Tractor J 4tpd. 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26. "}
CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring all psitlons.

3 BR, 2 BA, remodeled, very neat & clean, nice area. t-t>::&n X64-6192. 96458239646095 mation Both skilled call ((615)and) unskilled.779-5507 Ext For H915.Infor- FOR RENT :

Must see $33,000. 2tpd. 10/12 10/19.

3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, brick, nice neighborhood, near schools, benefits 2 days per week. Call after $100.00 month. Call 4962261.:
4962682. Itpd. 10/12 FOR RENT I unfurnished. 2 bedroom
6:00p: m.
$42,000. Su-El's Retirement Community HELP WANTED Suwannee Swifry In Lake mobile home, A/C $190.00 per month

71/2 Acres with 3 BR, 2 BA, block home, central AC/H, t Retirement Community Retirement Home 3p.m.Butler to corner 11 p.m.of and 121 and Itp.m.100.to Shifts 7a.m.: 496-3452 with $100.00 at night security and weekends.deposit. Itpd.Call

barn, fenced, $72,000. In this smallcommunity Full-time work.Apply in person. Itchg. 10/12.
.. A small,retirement (we also 10/12. MOBILE HOME Three bedroom 1 1/2
:I PuddleiProofJ.: : community at SuEl's.We have SuEl'sRetirement HELP WANTED Experienced side- both. Very clean. Near schools In
: have rentals or
rooms for self-care Home. A sea mers and In-seamers. Also hiring town. No pets. Call 496-376O. Itpd.
the Time! Not much land r group other production workers. No experience
Looking for High Land- Now is Independent seniors. for seniors who need FOR SALEFOR
In Bradford County that Is not wet now. We have 21/2 It Is a quiet assistance with necessary. Looking for full
with oak trees. In-ground (no mound) with home-like i supervision. We give time employees. Good benefit
acres up large tmosphcre.At Su-El's 24 package. Apply In person: Lake Butler Regrlgerator used
personalized care SALE Crosley
septic tanks. Owner finances land, well septic with small we offer housing hr. supervision hot Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd Street, Lake good condition $180.00. Sofa with ,:r.
down payment. See this and you'lIlove! utilities, maid and e meals laundry service Butler. 10/12 2tchg. 10/19 matching wingback chair. $150.00. ;;
laundry services with -day, week, long term PART-TIME WORK For someone to help One 50.000 BTU vented LP Gas heater :I
a 24 hr. emergency can stay. Certified nursing manage office shop and write for $90.00. Will consider delivery for small
system. Meals auL, first aid. CPR newspaper-plus ad sales. Correct f_. Joseph Holllngsworth 496-3463
optional.1 trained stnir. gramm.r and spelling a must writing after 3p.m. 3tchg or tfn. 10/3. 10/12.
USED TIRES experience a plus. Type 35cwpm. 9 10/19.
1468-26191 a.m. to 5 p.m., 3-doys per week. Call FOR SALE Refrigerator, washer, dryer I

f 496-2261.: stove. Appliance repairs. Call :e
WOMAN TO WORK AT MOTEL com- 4962090. 2tpd. 10/12 10/19. ::

II 1 Mile South on SR 325, Hampton FL a Sue LoU Walker pletely furnished housekeeping room FOR SALE Brick House, 3 BR 2 Bath i
$1 r plus salary 964-7184 for appointment Fireplace on 1 acre, shade trees, shop

.. .-. -. //15 u 10/5/89 1 $62,500 neg. Also 1989 Bayliner i
& Up Bass/Ski Boat 18 1/2 ft.. 125 HP. CB. ..........
AM/FM/Casselte. depth finder trollIng s'

NEED A GOOD DEAL? LOST motor. 2 live wells $8,995 :::
TREAD 4962881. Itpd. 10/12. :::
HIGH <. FOR SALE Burro male, 8 months old :::
and I know how LOST Registered Walker Hound. Lemon Call after ., 496.3009. :;
NO RECAPS & NO REGROOVES ,: I'm a woe q gp1an.: too, and White with number 223: on side. If $75.00.rhatfn. 10/12. 00p.m.: 3

Important: it'is to you to get your moneys seen call M. Wayne Smith. 4962120.
Reward offered. Itchg. 1012MISCELLANEOUS LAND FOR SALE .

9649388U.S. Come In' and See Me Or Phone BOOKER AREA From $295.00 down .-. 1
$89.00 per month. 1-5 acres. Rolling :
301 N. a 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. TERRY J. BlAKESLEE oaks and meadows. Ideal for small I IfSSUra'hc

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) farm or country home. 10 miles North ::I

Orlan Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile of Gainesville. No qualifying. Mobile II I
BROCHURE. Owner/broker. '
o.k. FREE
FOR SALE Fresh ground grits corn-
Office Phone 964-7500 meal. 9042593901. 4tpd. 9/21 thru 3779977. 4tehg. 9/28 thru 10/19. .
I APPROX.S ACRES with mobile home, all ti
'De Home Phone 9646166New will consider motorhome as .
FOR SALE Lady's bicycle Western Flyer hookup, .:
Automobile ,$50.00. 496-2659 evenings. part payment. 2752320. Itpd. 1012. r, !
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'XL; II 1200..p mtp ftIft .1, family picnics and tent D ,. .

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Well Drilling Competitive Prices with J301'&' .

Air Conditioning Contractors Residential & Irrigation twice a week service. :::::

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.-.-'-, ": ;FORWENT':: ?. .'. JIII I I\Vt\NrnUl:' : .." Lawtev Protests Assessment I

I'' l Starke Ads ]
RATES,ditchenettat S A S FOOD STORES employment by Buf tor Rahn Bright, will be on the ballot for the
room available mobile
home opportunities available for cashiers ICT toff Writer December S election.
3332 parking 13 pace for rent alto call 782- and manager trainees. Benefits Include Lawtey council voiced disap- There was no mention of possible
... a 9/U/09
'j 4MOBILE JOB ADVANCEMENT.paid proval Monday Oct. 2,of the recently candidates ddurlng the Monday
'! 'IHJ JNES FOR:StL'E/ [ HOME LOTS WITH CITY vacatkjn.slck leave, profit sharing, enacted county ordinance to night council meeting.

:'(jt PRTf I'f. WATER,SEWER, CABLE TV 964- Apply health Lake insurance Butler,and Hwy credit 100 union. assess each household $100 for fun-
: MOVING SALE- wood stove $50 exercise 7498 TFN 13 a ding emergency medical services

JOB OPPORTUNITY FOR LADIES OR bike $50, hydraulic chair $25 10/01/89 4 15. WANTED 4 and jail operations.Four .
MEN.No experience needed Limited brand new quilting frame$25,anllql.jtnble MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY SALES PERSON excellent commissioners, Laura Har- Lt. Tillotson...

time offer. call today 964 8983 $15 Sega system with 8 games WATER SEWERCABLE TV 2 BR pay training good and advancement.private office.We Call provide ris, Buster Bennett, Emmett Bright About two months ago, Police Lt.
111120 a 10/5/89 1 $170 saddle $50 over 250 dolls negotiable 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 15 15JOB 10day.,9848407. and Bill Crouse, voiced strong opposition Tillotson was Injured while attemp-

782328712 a 10/01/69 4 a 9/21/89 S to the tax, vowing not to approve ting to push a motor home off the'
I' "JFORSALELMUSICAL ':"-, s 10/5/89 1 HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA, an interlocal agreement with road, and was off the job for 55 days.

., F-ORSALE.LEER CROWN HATCHBACK rent Close to prison. Call 463-1323.' Openings available In several areas Bradford County to allow collectionof Chief of Police M.M.Jordan asked

INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS fiberglass topper,one year old. Bran- TFN 13 a 10/01/89 will train. For info call:312-742-8620. the levy within city limits. about the town's policy of paying of-
$1499 PER MONTH CALL 964- dywmu and silver, fits 88 Chevrolet 4STATE ext 362. 1115 15 t Mayor Marvin Rosier said he will ficers while on Workmen's Comp,
6946 12 a 9/7/89 SWB. paid $1500 asking $1050, 96..- EMPLOYEES,need home close 10/05/89 4 be attending a county commission and paying for holidays when they
PLATES 6086 //"12 S 10/5/89 to your work? We have dean mobile ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday,Oct.9, fall on an officer's day off.
NEWSPAPER 24x36 1ELECTRIC homes available call 4681323. TFN booksl $32,000 year income potential to learn more about the assessment, Commissioner Harris explainedthat
aluminum Measures for COOK RANGENEW $200 13 I 10/01/89 4 Details. 1-602-838-8885 ext and will present the issue to the an officer who is off on a holi-
inches,$ 50 each. Groat patchingand
TELEGRAPH. 135 W 064 6086 1/1112 S FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities BK3493. 1515 a Lawtey council for a vote. Rosier day, will be given another day off,
repairs. 10/5/09 1 paid. From $37.50 up weekly. 10/05/89 3 said that he cannot sign the In- since he earned the holiday, in addi-
Call SI. Starke 12 t
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading terlocal agreement for the cityunless his day off.
9.7/89 52 tion to regular
hand tools, saw blades, treatod lum- Starke in front of Post Office.
books) Income for him to do
$32,000 year potential the council votes do
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL uiur Officers, or other employees
ber, nails, roofing fell, $6.99 a roll. 13 a 9/7/89 52 Details, 1-602-838-8885, exL BK
Gashing 782-3I40 12 Stephen Smith Lumber and BUilders 2 BR 1 BATH fenced back yard, $260 12688. #15 15 so.Mayor not receive pay from the city while
a Rosier he doesn'tknow
s 10/01/89 4 says drawing Workmen's Comp., Harris
Supply 7 miles south 01 Starkeon 301. month Duplex 964-7404 13 10/05/89 3ATTENTIONHIRINGI
HOUSE PORTABLE buildings where the has gone
HANOI money said.
463 262412 a a 9/14/89 4
storage buildings, garagos. groon- 10/5189 1 FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 ROOMS: Government jobs, from the $75 landfill assessment, City Clerk Queenie Robinson ex-

housos NO DOWN PAYMEN f Hwy ESTATE SALESeptember 21st, Everything bath, $175, no pets 964-2798 your 602-838-8885.area. l7.840-$69.485.ell1.R3493. Call 15 I- passed two years ago, but he thinks plained that Lt. Tillotson was paid
301 South 964 8848 Tr-N must goM! Rain or shine. Hwy 18 13 a 10/5/89 1 15. 10/05/89 3 the money has been spent,with little for 33 days by the city, drawing
12 s 10/01/89 4MARY next to post otee412 ONE ACRE LOT FOR TRAILER has EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or no reserves for closing the land- funds from his accumulated sick

'VARIETY SHOP Sales wicker TV's s 10/5/89 1 tank and well. $50 month, 5 full time. For Information! call RAMONA or- fill, promised by commissionerswhen leave and annual leave. When
usod furniture, appliances I FRESH BROWN EGGS 533-2474 miles from prison. Couples only 964- 782-3068.AVON. //15 advocating the interlocal Workmen's Comp began paying Lt
You it t,
microwave! VCR's. namo //"12 s 10/4/89 4 8310 13 a 10/5/89 a 10/2/89 4 agreement for the first assessment. Tillotson, the city dropped him from
for such items
carry ill Alwas looking soil NEW BORN CAR SEAT/carrier. toddler 1MOBILE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGISTFull: !! time "I'm the only man in the county the payroll, Robinson said.
wish something
Stop in if you 964-3250 to Eveningscall car seat, I bassinet,I swing,fairly new, HOME FOR RENT $160 month Medical Technologist position avail- that Is willing to sell my home for the Lt. Tillotson wanted to repay the

304 964-5813.E. Call St.Don't call attar 9pm 4311890! //12 s outside pets only.964-5630 after 7pm able on the evening shift Must be amount of the assessment," Rosier city for his annual leave, in order

10/01/89 10/5189 1 //13 s 10/5/89 2 Florida licensed or eligible. Competi said. Rosier contested the assesss- that he would have vacation time,
412X21 TFN 12 s YAZOO FOR SALE, 964-4233 KINGSLEY LAKE COTTAGE 2 Br.I bath and excellent benefits. ment at the hearing by the Board of but since there is no provision for

CARPORT $790 NO DOWN //12 S 10/5/89 1 carpeted year round$350 per month Interested applicants please send Tax Adjustment Monday, Sept 25, repayment, he will work through
PAYMENT Hand) House portablu PIANO FOR SALE, excellent condition, plus deposit,call 904-533-2567. Sat- resume .Kenneth: Calea labora- but received no relief from the next June before taking time off,
buildings Hwy 301 South Starko, 964- $650, call 782-3500, 8-5pm, or 782- urday and Sunday only //#13 tory Supervisor Fraser Memorial $103,000 assessment Tillotson said.Robinson .
3869 after 6pm 111112 S a 10/5/89 1 Hospital.159 North "If here wants to buy
8843 TFN 12 a ThirdStreetMacclenny anyone my has been holding a$1,500
4 10/5/89 1 2BR MOBILE HOME, clean, will rent to Fl. 32063 904- home for the assessed value, I'll go
1%/ 1/89 check from Workmen's Comp. pen-
82 SUZUKI 650 shaft drive,good condition the right people, 964483113 "
PINEHURST VARIETY' largo seloction of $800 call 473386512 s 10/5/89 2 259315115 S home and start packing tonight, ding a decision from the council.The
and dnodcutoulsbasketswreaths.nbbon 10/5/89 1 Rosier said.
craft supplies. Silk check will be endorsed over to
s 10/5/89 1 2 BR house completely unfurnished, 233 now
wood Some 20 Lawtey residents attended -
f l o w e r
WOOD BURNING STOVE, air Brownlee month $100 the officer.
and tight St$175 plus ICU7pm to 7am,Emergency Room, the council meeting,with virtually -
much more Across from Soulhsido double baffled Cost new $425 $100 deposit,call 964-5882 or come to 806 7pm-to 7am 3 nights per week, full all of them criticizing county com-
and can haul 964-4165 N. St. //.13
you benefits.Call Kay Dowling Ed Fraser
Elem Hwy 100 S..open 7am- misioners actions in passing the
//#12 s 10/5/89 1 I 10/5/89 1
Memorial 904-259-3151
964- Hospital Other Action.
Bpm.Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm.Sun assessment. In ..
BALDWIN PIANO, good condilion.SISO., SEVERAL LOCATIONS: house,3BR //15 a 10/5/89 1
5587 12 a 10589FORMERSHAKLEYPRODUCTUSERS King size waterbed with pedestal, house 2BR trailer, call 964-3728 WOOD WORKER WANTED, So make City Attorney Johnny Hobbs said Fire Chief Crouse advised the ci-

1 railing and heater, bookshelf$100, //13 a 10/5/89 1 exotic jewelry boxes, no experience he doesn't know what option the ty has received a refund of $1,870

distributor? 1180. Sofa, good condition.$35, call 659- 2BR MOBILE HOMEPLEASANTGROVE necessary, apply In person, 9-5pm, county) has, in event the town does from the Florida League of Cities for
touch with
call Lost Leam about your newer and better 2134 //#12 S 10/5/89 area, secluded, quiet, several Hwy 301 South of Lawtey 1/1115 not sign the interlocal agreement. not having filed an insurance claim
me. 1ANTIQUE trees home. County Atorney Reggie Flynn says last
pecan surrounding a 10/5/89 2 year.
like the full
Shakley products, fool energy Call POST BED.I50yearsold.highly Partially furnished. $150 per month MONEY MONEY.GOOD opportunity, he cannot comment on the commis- Crouse recommended that the city -
Lose great.
diet 7823790.weight#12 12s ornate/carved, 4 post Victorian Post $100 security deposit. call after 6pm part or full time,for ladles or men. No sioners reaction if the four place all its insurance with the
Mane 9/21/89 4 bod with vanity. Must sell 964-9576 964-6970,964-8705,964-4430 experience needed. Please call by municipalities in the county refuseto league.

HOUSE OF LLOYD'S OPEN HOUSE lato pm //12 a //13 a 10/3/89 4 October 13th, 964-8983 1/1115 sign the agreement. .A $10,000 payment is coming due
10/5/89 1 FOR LEASE-BR mobile home on I acre,
Como our displays and hoar about a 10/5/89 1 on the fire truck purchases earlier
fantastic see hostess plan. HOmo KENMORE STOVES yr old continuous 3 miles out of Starke, call 973-3743 WOMAN TO WORK AT MOTEL completely this year. Mayor Rosier says a certificate -

decor our chnstmas toys and gifts cleaning slightly damaged in fire, still //13 f 10/5/89 4 furnished housekeeping room of deposit (CD) Is maturing

Denny's Lounge, Oct. 1st at 3pm works $75, 473.1170412 3 BR HOUSE 602 E.Washington St.no plus salary 964-7184 for appointment Lawtey Election... within the next few days, and pro-
s 10/5/89 1 pets,first&last month rent plus security 111115 a 10/5/89 1
12 10/5/89 1 ceeds from the CD will used to
for the Lawtey city
HAY FOR SALE-26 ROLLS RYE GRASS deposit,references required. 325- SPREADER/CUTTER needed VOGUE Qualifying
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR like new retire the note. Commissioner
election will be Oct. 16
and 24 rolls Alecia Never wet, under 9424 //13 10/5/89 part time. Salary based Monday, ,
oil heater and tank,160 aside
the set
$250, Sigler city
onebbtyand Oct. 20 to Bright suggested
12BR Apply In through Friday, noon
barn .all for $1,000. Also chest type
gal. good condition, both $100, Ho- each month,rather than having -
condition 782- HOUSE IN CITY clean call 964- at VOGUE.7IOS.Water SLSR( noon. money
throw freezer, good $150, person
totiller condition$150,new
good for the
3737 or 782385712 6664 //#13 S 10/05/89 100 E) Starke. 964-5064 ask for Mr. It will be a "big" election, with the to go into reserves pay-
1222 Bradford St,
pillows, $20 pair.12 s 10/5/89 2 MOBILE HOME ON Gnffis Loop for rent, Sellers415 a chief of police, city clerk and three ment Mayor Rosier said the CD
964-7861 S
10/5/89 1 HORSES FOR SALE, 964-4191 deposit, one child 964-8816 10/5/89 2ATTENTIONHIRINOI commissioners on the ticket. represents reserves set aside for
used //12 s 10/5/89 1 //13 a 10/5/89 1 !Government)obs- Seat 1, held by Commissioner Ben- that purpose, but has been put into
USED DRYER.$50 refrigerator
,$75; complete dining; room set with LIKE NEW COUCH AND CHAIR FOR MOBILE HOME,33R.11/2 bath,carpeted your area. $17.840 $69,485. Call I- nett; Seat 3, held by Mayor Rosier, CD in order to take advantage of in-

china cabinet, $1,000 or best offer SALE. $150 964-4191 11112 appliances, air and central heat, un- 6028388885. Ext R-12688 and Seat 5, held by CommissionerPERSONAkiSERVICES terest rates.

964-2483 12 S s 10/5/89 1 fumished.on Gnffis Loop$250month, 111115 a 10/5/89 3

9/29/89 4 $150 secuity deposit, call after 6pm ANYONE' CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa/ I'IERSONAL'

ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthur 964-8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 MC.US Charge. Even with bad credit.
// Gaskins, 782.3140112 No one refused. Call 213.925-9908 ','mR V Ie:l S,
s 10/2/89 4 RENTAL HOUSE IN STARKE !for sale 2 retired ext U44?4.. //15 a ;,;. --.' '
HONDA 3 WHEELER 200-S like new no pets prefer or responsible 10/05189 4 WMtTO'bRTOK01'; 'WADSYOUR
$850, 964-3566// S BR I bath, full basement, two stock adults. Close to shopping center and MEAT CUTTERS Millers Supermarket is' BUSINESSI! WANT TO CHILD CARE IN MY HOME. Before
block home ch/a, rented.
10/5/89 1 restaurants, 964475713 applications for meat STOP? THATS OURS! during and after school and weekends -
Must Sell, Reduced to 25500.Eves. now accepting
77 NOVA 2 door, 305 eng needs some 473-3627 TFN 16 a 10/5/89 1 cutters. Experience required, benefits Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619, call 9645315. 1717
work $400.,Wilson golf clubs $150 or 8 10/01/89 4ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT BRADFORD VILLAGE APARTMENTS, Included, apply at: Millers Supermarket 064-4150.964-8614/ 17 a 9/21/89 3
trade for washer/dryer, lawn mower HOMES not government subsidized. One and Hwy 100, Village Square, a 9/7/89 5 HOUSE PAINTING Interior and exterior
30-06 rifle, 431143811112 two BR apartments.fumished or unfurnished Heights //15 CHAIN LINK FENCE:Installed.Free esti Vietnam Vet with 15 years experience
from $1 I (U-repair). Delinquent tax heat heated and Keystone
a 10/5/89 1 l Call 1-602- pump a 10/5/89 2ASSEMBLYWAREHOUSE. mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO. For estimates call after 5pm. 964-
property. Repossessions. cooled. Will co-operate on HUD Section
Top pay.All owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.TFN 5908 17 a
838-8885,8X1. GH 3493 16
8, call 96486013!
shifts now. I.T. A PT. trainees 17 a 10/01/89 3WILL
S 9/21/89 3 open
FOR SALE BY OWNER rooms,2 baths, 3 BR s MOBILE 10/5/89 HOME 3 : Furnished or un also call 355550015 WELL DRILLING PUMPS & SERVICE: home.CARE Reasonable FOR YOUR rates CHILD flexible In my
on 100x200 in town$45,000 owner S 10/5/89 2 Durrance Pump A Supply Co Water
furnished.In location. $200/Mo
CaB Jessie
; Well
good hours. experienced ,
VOCATIONALINSTRUCTOR financing with$11,500 down,10%Inter- $100/Month deposit. Call 9648704. CONSTRUCTION $7-$14 hourly. All systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve 964284217 S
will train 355-5500 US 301 Starke. 32091 TFN
est, 964279616 a FOR RENT Starke 10/5/89 phases, 10/5/89 1
//15 10/5/89 2 17 10/01/89 4
III 10/5/89 2 a a
UELp.WANTED, and communities, honest
(Waste Water Treatment) outside city, CR230. call 964-9505 TECHNOOLLOiGIIISSTFuB positions. DRESS FOR LESS III W. washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks. reliable and experienced. Call
//16 a 10/5/89 1 RADIOLOGICAL Call St //15 a TFN 17 a 10/01/89 Debbie at 964218717
High school diploma or equivalent time supervisor of Radiology position 10/5/89 2 DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bathhome.Familydining EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble self-esteem sink this Call s 10/2189 4
the year.
and 3 years experience room, screened for small rural hospital.Must be registered HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates PaintIng -
occupational area being taught as and Florida certified 5 years products at home. Call for 964-8594. TFN 17 a Electric A Home Re-
defined by the employing agency. porchgarage.fencedbackyard.newly experience supervisor experience Information.! 504-641-8003. Ext. 9579 10/1/89 3
Requires Class C license lin WasteWater paintedwallpaper. Saratoga helpful..Send resume toEd: Fraser //.IS a 10/5/89 2 STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE apirs.25yn.experience.Woody 111111 964-
Treatment. Heights.964763416 Memorial Hospital.159 North Third HAIR DRESSER WANTED Tues. Sat. SALES AND SERVICE: All makes 9018 or Tommy 964-8170
S 10/5/89 4 Street.Mocclenny. Fl. 32063 904- and Thursday evenings. Contact and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted a 10/5/89 4
This position Includes good benefits 3 BR, I bath wood frame house, seprate 259-3151 Ask for Mr. Burke or Mrs. Gk nda9S4-4l5l//13 a : $15. New and used sewing HANDY MAN:Painting,plumbing,electrical
and state retirement plan. Qualifiedindividuals block garage and utility, 1.75 acres, Lambert //# a 10/5/89 1 machines. Hwy 233 18 (Morgan home repairs. Reasonable rates.
should apply In person or Wilson Road,call 964-8958 after 5pm MAINTENANCE PER- THE CITY OF STARKE POLICE DEPARTMENT Road) 964-8733 TFN 17s TRADE your unwanted: car or truck
call: (904)496-2222,exl 176 or send //16 s JKT- 4 DISPATCHER & In Is now accepting app8cationaforpoeitlonof 10/01/89 4 for our service Ask for Woody 864-
resume to: Personnel Dcpt., North SON needed, must be 25 apply Must hems, button- 9018 or Tommy at 964417017
Dispatcher. ALTERATIONS: zippers,
Florida Reception Center, P.O. Box person, Gnffis GAs,7 miles South on //* a 10/5189 1
old and school off and pick
10/5/89 be at least 18 yrs high holes, patches.elo. Drop
301 111115 *
628 Lake Butler, FL 32054 Equal BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. INFANTTO
In HEAT/AIR INSTALLER needed, local graduate. Must be able to type and up. 7 day a week,7am-8pm,964-
Opportunity wlllbegiven work, call 904356428615 pass written test Apply Starke, City 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from SCHOOL AGE. 6am-6pm..Mon-
veterans appointment and of veterans.eligible a 10/5/89 4 Han 209 N.Thompson Sl,Personnel Southskto Elem. Hwy 100 TFN Fri. Debbie.964-6341. 17
spouse a 8/14/89.4
GROWING COMPANY LOOKING FOR Office 11111 5 a 10/5/89 17 a 10/5/89 4 ___, _____u__________
individual seeking a future In !Industrial 2

,_ ..n9. ",9',__. _nn_,.......n9nnn9',9...___........,..,.....,.,.......,'."..".'.,9'9'.'....9'.'..._._.......__......9'........9'. ence maintenance.and mechanical Must ability have involving experi- PERSONALSERVICESPALM '

yl ] welding. Industrial electric, which Involves -
JK three phrase and 240 volt electrical A CARD READER: having problems .
and ? What your eyes wi. see. your
work. fitting
Heavy pipe .
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will feel through love, business s
welding along with bollermalntenance heart
TREE AND STUMP knowledge would be helpful. Com- A money. 782-9802 '/'V*BAR
offers a competitive salary
REMOVAL fringe benefits including fully paid GAIN ever offered.$500 travel pack-
and age now only$39.95. Isn't it time you
health and life Insurance a profit

Licensed & Insured sharing program. Interested Industries: persons CaD stopped or write paying for free lull color price brood for travel ure?: $155/mo.
1 should apply at: Griffin E. ,6003 Kmgstoy Lake 1 Bedrooms from
Robert Fuquay
call 964-8083
1I 111115 Hampton a or 10/5/89 1 DrIve Starto.Fl. 32091 call 2 533-2183 2 Bedrooms from $165/mo.

LIVE IN COMPANION NEEDED for elderly 1/1117 a 10/5/89
lW lady In Hampton. References TRACTOR WORK MOWING BUSH 3 Bedrooms .$205/mo.

required.salary open call Mr. Wad- HOG $10 a acre 964-2844
10/5/89+ 1
worth., days 1-800-330-7283 night LAWN// I7 MAINTENANCE S CLEAN UPS I e
904268.6881115 a
AND Roofing, call J.C. 964-9240
10/05/89 2AFFORDABLE Mobile lhfomq49G23GG e
Senior Registered Nurse ... //#17 a 10/5/89 3
Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional HANDYMAN PAINT SPECIALS Any $2$:
slnfllewkte trailer$100 or any double-
registered nurse and one year experience. I TILE. APARTMENTS wide trailer$140,one color only),964- Phone

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable 022 E.Brownlee St. 9018 or 964-8170 //17

up to $28,000: annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000). I Camp Blandingi4L S 10/5/89 1 -

Correctional Medical Technician CERT Starke, FL 32091 INSTALLED 'Activation

Minimum qualificiations, Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. NORTH CENTRAL-i LIMITED TIME OFFER w/Antenna thruNCC
964-7133 Mount Motorola
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up CELLULAR | Radiant PHONE Audio VCR

to $18,000 anually (Benefit package worth over$5,000). :2 & 3 family oriented with > RadiantPanasonic

New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be laundry& large playground. STARKE with antenna $495 a

eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including State Free electricity flrbt month. Pagers.

Contributions to health insurance and retirement, 13 paid vacation Kent Income 20 If%you of your qualify.monthly 964-4238 Financing Available

I I days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation If you cam $:S.35 per hr., 40 372-880lf

plan, CEU's and in-service training. hi-*., week: & have 3 I, 1 Payments from $25.00 per mo.

I ck'f nd<-nt.s. your rent would be a-

about 9112. a month or$3.73 .
Interested persons should contract: per day for days left In month,
I R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager tot move-In after the first

1 New River Correctional Institute Qualified Singles Accepted. [ &

Ii P. O. Box 333 Move-In coat can be as law asS I

I Raiford, FL 32083 $10.00. LoiilncomtSte. I

.Ii. or Phone EOE/F 8 Housing AUTHORIZED
Rtntt 30*
II! (904) 964-4000 PO-RR-5618 for
Equal. of Your Income Scott Lazenby

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Scientists. Hwy'3O1 So. Starke 964-4809
from page IB (Next to Gator II Farm Supply) Report Card

Ing a site In exactly the same where the students were busy Jackets 3 i BRING YOUR REPORT CARD INTO
way it Is done by real archaeologists Inside their grid squares. "We
In the field. have followed the actual scien-
"The time in the field was secondary tific technique used In the field Levi & Wrangler, ,'" STARKE LANESON
however compared to as-closely as possible.and since! r
the time spent by the studentsIn the scientific method is never : Ladies *, :
the classroom according to quite as exciting as it Is in the. I {te SATURDAY OCT. 14TH
Mrs. Cruen. who said they prepared movies where you have one discovery Sweaters l
for the project by study- coming right on the heelsof BETWEEN NOON AND 3 PM
Ing famous finds and digs In the the next. I was pleasantly r.
past and by studying the cultureof surprised that they never got Felt Hats.and S jr YOU AND YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILY
the people who lived In the bored with it at all and are quite : .
ancient times they are studying.The Interested in completing the much more! .If A :' MAY BOWL FREE
students began their dig at project." ..... .." :' ,
Youngblood property by Things are never really: boringIn Operf9am6pm ; ,
posting small stakes Into the Gruen's class of gifted stu- MC/visa Limit of 3 games if lanes are full but
ground to outline the area they dents. Last year her classes e Mon.-Sat. no limit if lanes are available
wished to study Into a grid pattern (with the help of some friendly
using the type of tape used boy scouts) built an authentic .
by surveyors to connect the Indian tepee on the school'
stakes Into a square pattern. grounds no less and dressed -
Dividing into small working and painted each other in In- .
groups under the direction of dian costumes to complete. the PLAN YOUR HOMECOMING FOR
their teacher the students first effect.
carefully: removed .the ground This year the Mrs. Gruen In-
cover old leaves and sticks vited members of the "Society for
which cover the earth under- Creative Anachronism" from THE HOLIDAYS NOW!
neath. Then using small Gainesville to visit the school .
spades they carefully' dig and give demonstrations. The
through the dirt an inch or so at Society Is a group of lovers of
a time all the sand and dirt they Medieval.Culture who have assembled Select your carpet now and be ready for the holidays. If you have only one
hdnW"WP.aU\?r s. likG hft:ones, ,! a large and impressive
flower..f5UiJy: !: <:UUl'aud blI\.tI": lu ,,tft[ collection, armor of and weapons musical, 'costumes Instruments -- room to carpet;"our'selection of remnants' has never been better.

The dirt Is shaken through the of the times. Mem- ,NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED the100's
sifter and whatever turns up of bers stage mock battles to show on
Interest Is placed to one side. the students what It was like for
So far the students have found the average soldier as well as in stock.Don't .
old broken bits of pottery in the a sampling of the dally life of the s:ii aS
area they have excavated and people of that time.
,some old bone fragments. Gruen's class Invited the Soci-
ety to visit last week and they
Each Item they locate is la-
gave demonstrations to all of
beled and categorized by location the classes In the school before.
date of discovery and who they departed.Two .
found ItLearning University of Florida musicians S
.about the archaeo- Peter Bushnell and John '". _
logical process has been a great Kitts were also on hand to play '. ;
for the students '. 4 .5
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some pe- S
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sponded very well to this Idea. t' c! ..0.: : ., .. ,
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They represent the law and their powers are derived from the
r CPA Eddie took the some 200 attending the banquet. with
Douglas over a taxable grant program MANDATE OF THE PEOPLE
Orian Wells Steve Den-
Ferguson, ,
Med Connelly who has acted in
i reigns of the Economic Develop- should the federal government not
ment Corporation (EDC at the an- the stead of a director during the in- renew its non-taxable grant pro- mark, Job E. White, Jr., Eddie They deal with people, and their constant contact with
nual banquet in the new building at terim for which EDC had no direc- rgram due to be phased out this Douglas, Mark Richard Mullins, Byron Med Con-Ter- humanity often casts them in the role of PSYCHOLOGIST,
the fairgrounds last Friday night, tor, also paid tribute to McKeown. willegar, Welty,
Sept. 22.Douglas. Since the EDC has gone back to its named four nellY Bob Clayton, Fred McElroy, ,
outgoing presi- previous donors and received over in Bernie! McFaaden David Smith, enforce the laws ALL THE LAWS do not
presented necessary an economic develop- Larry They yet they
dent, Attorney Richard Welty with a 70 percent of positive responses, ment program: Terry Lavern Outlaw Vaughn, ken Teal, Noegel and Pat, punish, for that is not their function.
Welty told the crowd.
expressed his There
plaque. Douglas ap- 1) are problems with
preciation for Welty's service and Welty thanked EDC secretary In- growth,but industrial growth is part Welch. They stand as a BADGE OF AUTHORITY between the
The meal of smoked and
asked for the cooperation of the grid Smith for sticking it out duringa of the solution.Economic growth brings ham was served by the turkey Bradford law-abiding and the forces of evil.
business community in attracting industry tough year.The outgoing president jobs, wealth, a tax base, and
via financial and time con- expressed his appreciation to ex- resolve, Mayberry said. FFA Chapter. Linda Kay Gill- Their role is not only to APPREHEND the lawbreaker but to
tributions.The ecutive board members Jerome ingham provided the appetizers. protect the law-abiding citizen, BOTH YOUNG AND OLD
Johns and Kerry Rowell. ALIKE.
Welty introduced the new EDC ex- 2) Economic development is just
EDC drive for new industry ecutive director,Ray Navitsky. Wel- like any business- is necessary to FliP TroopersContinue
was begun three years ago with ty said 30 applications were received maintain a presence in the market
$300,000 in contributions from local four or five people were inter- place. Mayberry urged the local License, e af
businesses under the leadership of viewed, but after Navitsky's inter- EDC to keep its momentum up.EDC Vehicle Inspections
J.E. Tomlinson, a former resident view who would fill the director's has an organization,a plan,and cou-
who was president of the Florida post was a foregone conclusion. ple of prospects, he noted. Bradford CountyThe
Bank at Starke at the time. Navitsky, who came here from 3) To work as a team with the Florida Highway Patrol will
Now going into its fourth year, Stuart where he headed both the Suwannee Valley Region and the be conducting driver license and
President Welty noted, there is an Chamber of Commerce and Department of Commerce. Eighty vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur-
industrial park established with economic development effort, said percent of new jobs come from ex- ing the week of Oct. 13 through Oct.
several new businesses and with he and his wife are proud to call isting industry,Mayberry noted dur- 19 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
more expected. One prospect, an Starke and Bradford County their ing Industry Appreciation Week in SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
Israeli company which manufactures home. The people are friendly, and which there were 48 programs suchas CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CR-231,
plastic storage boxes, would that helped with the transition, the one he attended in Starke. CR-227,CR-221, t R-230 and CR-100A
mean a $10 million investment and Navitsky said. 1989 officers of EDC are: Richard in Bradford County.Recognizing .
70 new Jobs, Welty said. Guest speaker was Steve Welty, president; Kerry Rowell, the danger presentedto
Fund raising for another three- Mayberry, director Division of vice-president; Jerome Johns, the public by defective vehicle
year effort hit a snag with the sud- Economic Development, Florida secretary-treasurer; Ray Navitsky equipment Troopers will concen-
den death of Chuck McKeown, who Department of Commerce.In executive director, and IngriiSmith trate their efforts on vehicles being
is responsible for getting the a brief speech, Mayberry promised administrative secretary. operated with defects such as bad
economic development drive whereit the state will assist the EDCin Directors are: Kerry Rowell, brakes, worn tires and defective
is today. Welty told the crowd of attracting! the Israeli company Jerome Johns, John Miller, Bob lighting equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these check-
points to be an effective means of en- 3 HOUR THURS OCT.19
forcing the equipment and driver SHOWTIME8:00: DOORSOPENAT7COBOBBY'S
Winning license laws of Florida while insur-
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'D Students Include Florida Highway Patrol will
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the week of Oct. 13 through Oct. ,To(fnriHtthr., thvl fii.".Lhh.NIGhIO,4'loharniYegwiwurd1"rhemWminhiln.ndknu.n "I'",.ty"."An../'"Wf'rnllhllMvnrdlaknMlanmn, faun to
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