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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 19, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Skies are expected to clear this afternoon (Thursday, October
19) but temperatures will not above the mid seventies through SECTION Ai 12 Pages
get 40's. Hard News. . .. . .1-3A
and lows into the low
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Sunday A cold, front pushing may dip into Florida is bringing the first chilly fall Editorial' Page. . .. . ., .. 4A ".,\!. I,'1",
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weather to our area and is expected to extend into next week. Possisocial News S, *. A \i ,
ble snow flurries were forecast for higher elevations in Western Sports... . . ... . 10-1ZA etcDaylight

North Carolina and Tennessee. Only slight warming into the mid
70s might occur by Sunday, with the northerly winds continuing.SECTION Si 14 Pages
Days are growing shorter with dusk settling in before 7 p.m. and Modeling Career . . . IB .
daylight after 7 a.m. Area N.w..2-I,7, s. 10B e ."

Savings time will end Sunday, October 29, at 2 a.m.O.tu.rI.. ... . . . . . SB 4- Jr'
Clocks will be setback one hour, so that darkness will come around Crlm.News. . . . . &B
8 instead of 7 ClaMllled.Ad. . . . .IM\,! The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
p.m. p.m. . . . . .
Sunrise this morning was at 7:33 and sunset will be at 6:51, makTraffic Court. 117 CT 2 4 1989 110th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy

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, IIIr Worth BC Needs Assessment Dollars, What to Exempt? I



k NotingGator by Butter Rahn
, BCT Staff Wrlt.r
PKY LIBRARYOF
Although it was announced a deci-

QB Club... FLA. HISTORY sion on exemptions would be made
i r.'wri. Monday, Oct. IS, the five county
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub commissioners were unable to firm
will meet at the Bradford up anything and delayed once morea
County Fairgrounds, Thursday, final decision on exemptions to the
Oct. 19. Social hour, 6:30 p.m., i $100 special assessment.
covered dish dinner at 7 the Chairman Wilbur Waters announced

Jim Goodman will be } r Decision Time... that a decision would be
speaker. a made the board's Wednesday night,
Chairman Wilbur'' Waters, at lelt Oct. 18, zoning meeting.
Seminole Boostors... says h. aiiumes the County Commission Monday's workshop was divided

A Seminole Booster meeting is will carry out the collection of the into two segments: the first heard
scheduled for tonight (Thursday, $100 special' assessment. Waters Is also input from the public, the latter a

Oct. 19)), in the KOA dining room, pressing for a decision. on exemptions discussion among the commissioners
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with TV-12 Sports Reporter John for deserving cau. and their advisors. Commis-
Laurence as guest speaker. Dinnerat sioner Maxie Carter Jr. repeatedlysaid
7 p.m. Meeting at 8 p.m. .. the $100 assessment is levied
a because the $800,000 it will raise is

.. needed to balance the county
KLPOA NoUc.. --1.--_......__ _.., i budget. Commissioners said if some
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The Kingsley Lake Property ; "s::. M. ..._ ..... residents in the county pay the
Owners Association will hold a I .. .s.i assessment, all should pay It.

covered dish supper at the Civic '_ __. _.._ ___. ... Although the second segment was
Center Saturday, Oct. 28. Social '''''''' open to the public the approximately
hour, 6 p.m., supper served at 6:30.: .1.." ....'. 20 people attending the first hearing
Commissioners Jett will discuss ; .. left the hall and did not attend

proposed one-cent local option sales .: j>' .} the second section.
tax. r y a That was the Interesting port.
.. Commission Chairman Wilbur
n \ _.. .
FAD Meeting... .". Waters opened the second sect ion by
saying, "We need to come up with
Families Against Drugs (FAD) .. what we're going to do Wedmsil.iv
will meet Tuesday, Oct. 24, in the / night," referring to a regular 11.,1..'
Vo Tech Media Center at 7:30 p.m. 1 t. # month commission meeting in w hu. .lithe
Please, everyone wear red on Oct. .. ,. c:. commissioners expect to linali/e
26 to show your support for our the assessment exemptions.
mini "Just Say No Day." \ \-i The commissioners first discu-".,i'd
I the occupancy rate for owners ol
Fish Pond Workshop... rental property, beginning with an

Baker and Union County Extension 69 Years on the Job... .) 80 percent rate extended to all rent,il
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offices will sponsor an area fish property owners with 10 or moie
pond management workshop, Stark Commissioner V.rnon Sllcox says the special units, or more than ten units.
Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Cypress assessment may not''be the .best tax vehicle, but Commissioner Joe Itiddick said

House Restaurant in Sanderson.A maybe next y.ar something can b. work.d out. .. ., -". .., the owner with 10. .or more U"I.:! I.
catfish dinner ($6)) will be serv- Silcox supports consolidation of city-county services to would only pa-. < I'mt if the ttu

ed at 6:30: p.m., followed by an save money. r percent occur .J, ...te applied
educational program from 7:30 to 9 which would not be fair to other property (

p.m.Dinner reservations must be '. : Spending Hit... Commissioner owners. Maxie Carter .Ir.

made in advance by calling Ph. '. 4.,, .glrfYr ',di.N..JACu; .rt:r.r. proposed that property owner-
..f don't hay. the
j you moneyto for the discount be
259-3520. Bring Ji.i qualifying
your spouse. '- '" "" spend don't spend It."
,. 1 .. ).-.h h. monitored quarterly to determinethe
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1 : ,' Malcolm' HIM a Sampson actual rate but that idea didn't
Golf Tournament. .
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I \ f" .. lake resident, told commis fly.
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The Starke Golf and Country .Ion.... Hill above, also Riddick said, "I'd rather give exemptions I
Club will hold Its Club Champion- "" ') >'. .' .. ., ......, .- plugged for r.glana'iall.' ( to all rental property i
I ship tournament Saturday and Sun ,..... ; ..:.....i. ":'.'''''''_ .and said people.jwJII.vote. for ., .. owners, rather than just to the 'big ,
28-29. r dd a sales tax.What boys'."
Seniors and ladies flights will be 1 ht.'h- Commissioners then discussed l extending

offered, in addition to the cham- ... .. a 90 percent occupancy rate
pionship flight (scratch) and other ',X'.Ji.' ,\0,v' .. All Must Pay... to all rental property owners but
flights (handicapped). the idea when Finance Officer .
dropped
.. "Th. bottom line Is that many people "
Dinner in the clubhouse Satur-
Esther Ellerson said, "You can
r have lived In the county for
day, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. is Fair...? years and hove n.v.r paid a many p.nny of barely balance the" budget if you col-

Car Wash... "Th. majority of people In tax," Commlstloner Jo. Riddick said Inresponie lect County 100 percent.Clerk Ray Norman added
to complaints that the assessment
/ Lawt.y ure against this thing.I
A car wash will be held Saturday, I urge commissioners to Is an unfair' tax on the poor. "If collections of the solid waste
October 30 on the Community State r come up th.r. to talk to the "Th.r. or. people who will spend assessment is an example, you'll on-
collect about .
Bank parking lot, beginning at 9 council. I will call a special money on cigarettes, b..r, and lott.ry ly 83percent.Commissioners then decided to
a.m., $2 vehicle. tickets and came In h.r. and th.y go
per meeting. 'It wouldn't ... fair If say with for rental
no exemptions
Proceeds go to "Victory Revival the people In the county had are Indigent. Ev.ryon. Is going to haveto and moved to other property
owners
on
Center of Heilbron Springs." to pay and we In the city pay tome (taxes)," Riddick said. "I. topics.

/ didn't" said lawtey Mayor can't stand" any more assessments The next exemption to be discussed
BHS Alumni... Marvin Rosier, at I.ft. myself, Riddick added. was for churches, which found

BHS alumni will meet Monday agreement to exempt all churches
Oct. 30 for a dutch treat dinner and and church fellowship halls but
program, at the Western Steer Can't Assessment Towns other church owned property will
Steak House. County Impose on not be exempt Parsonages will ho

BHS Student council will be assessed.
special guests and present the Commissioner Ross Chandler
gram. Dinner at S p.m., program pro- Starke Attorney Brown Tells City Council mentioned one building in which the
begins at 7 p.m.President minister both lives and holds church
Dale Brown says the services. Commisioners agreed to
public is invited.Upcoming. by Buster Rahn If the city signs the interlocal sources including grant funds, comes out of this, is that they will get treat that situation as a church, but
acT Staff Writer agreement, then it must adopt the which would preclude denying with us in coming up with a buildings that are primarily
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assessment by ordinance which to residents living solution. residences will not qualify for the ex I
requires emergency services -
"In
... opinion the
my county cannot
The Starke council did
not vote on emption.The .
writing the ordinance, advertising in town, Brown said.
Public meetings scheduled in the impose an an assessment interlocal agreement/on the citywithout and two reading... "which is "If the county refuses service it signing the interlocal agreement, final exemption to be discussed
coming weeks are: City going to drag everyone right into the will create a large liability," Brown nor did any councilmen indicate how was indigency, which proved to
Attorney
Bradford County School Board Starke Terry Brown told middle of the controversy," Brown told the Starke Council. he will vote when the issue Is be a stumbling block.
will meet Monday October 23, at 7 council Tuesday, Oct. 17, in a said.If. Brown pointed out that 25-30 percent presented in a motion. All commissioners agreed that
p.m.,in Administrative Buiildingon council workshop following. the regular a suit is brought against the of the landfill budget is County commissioners state they defining indigency will be tough, and
North meeting.Attorney Brown said the county,the city may well be a defen- allocated to mosquito control, fund- want to work with the municipalitieson regardless of rules and regulations,
Bradford County Zoning Board, has retained county John dant in the case, if it has signed an ed from an assessment earmarkedfor imposing the assessment rather some persons will abuse the exemp
normally set for the last Tuesday in Kopelousos of Attorney Park to agreement with the county, accor- landfill use only which could than be confrontational. "We'llcross tion.One
Orange "
each month, is tentatively set for help ding to the city attorney. possibly be successfully challengedin that bridge when we get to it, commissioner suggested the
ascertain the situation
Tuesday, October 24, to avoid conflict legal posed Councilman Bobby Biggs asked if in has been the county's oft-repeated indigency exemption be applied for,
with Halloween. The meetingwill by sign county interlocal municipalities reluctantto the county can cut-off services,if the "If all the cities in the county statement.But with the taxpayor furnishing Information
be held in Starke City Hall, at 7 Brown said the agreements.two city does not sign the agreement. refuse to sign the interlocal agree- Monday night, Oct. 16, County developed by other state
discussed the attorneys Attorney Brown said the law isn'tclear ment, commissioners will have to go Commission Chairman Wilbur agencies such as Welfare, Aid to
of the
p.m.Starke Zoning Board will meet legality county'sposition on that issue, but even if It back and re-evaluate the budget" Waters said the county has the Dependent Children, Medicaid,
by and he
(Brown
Thursday October 26, in Starke Ci- phone, ) were legally possible, it is politically Brown said. authority to impose the assessment. Food Stamps and others.
anticipates Kopelousos will advise
ty Hal, at 7 p.m. the impossible. Mayor Silcox, who has supportedthe County attorney Reggie Flynn did Ellerson pointed out that person
Festival of the Arts scheduledfor county commissioners that city Since the sheriff has responsibility assessments in prior meetings, not give an opinion on the legality or can own a home and automobile,and
approval will be
downtown Starke Saturday and required. for maintaining order In towns as said, "The picture changed for me necessity of an interlocal agreementin still qualify for food stamps and
Sunday, October 28.29.Qualifying. Brown further stated that he anticipates well as in the county, it will be dif- this afternoon." the Monday county meeting. After welfare.
the county will be advised ficult to deny use of the jail to the Silcox went on to say, "If the meeting Flynn said an interlocal Commissioners visualized a per
that if the signing of the interlocal municipalities in the county. Kopelousos says the ordinance is agreement "is the safest way." son living In a fine home, driving an
agreement is challenged, it would Emergency Medical Services unenforceable, they will have to Flynn added the requirement is being expensive car, and still qualifying
Open probably not stand up in court. (EMS) receives money from other revise the budget. I hope what researched by area legal firms. for guidelines.A an exemption. using food stamp

few minutes before 11 p.m.,

For Lawtey Postsby Tuesday Was Call-in Day for National Toxic Waste ReductionEPA sioners Chairman a final Waters decision told will commis-be made


Buster Rahn By Joe Cissy and the national office l In Also planned to purchase with they generate, said President Sally sideration Wednesday of night zoning, following matters referred con-

aCT Staff Wdt.rQualfying CT/UCT Staff Writer Washington D.C.. and a nationwide money from Tallahassee is a heavy Traylor, in answer to a question. A to the board by the Bradford
for the upcoming "Tomorrow (Tuesday, October call-in to EPA and President Bush. rescue unit estimated at $33,000, legislator willing to introduce a bill County Zoning Board.
Lawtey election opened Monday, 17) is the Call-In Campaign," said "The idea was to jam the switchboards Perry said. along those lines should be looked The meting adjourned.
Oct. 16, but as of Wednesday afternoon Linda Klein UCAP member, to and get their attention," The units are planned to be locatedIn for and enlisted for that purpose,
only two persons had qualifiedto other members of UCAP, at a said Klein. or near Lake Butler, according to said the member. The First Half...
run In the Dec. e city election. regular meeting of the organization The National Toxics Campaign Perry. Dean Traylor suggests a
Three commission seats the city NRSWA has written a letter to The first half of the long workshop,
Monday night at the Union County Fund, Greenpeace Action and location nearer the proposed plant at
clerk and chief of police offices are Courthouse.The grassroots activists are calling for a the Intersection of SR-121 and( SR-16 the Governor for verlcifation that a In which the public expressed its opinions
to be filled in the election. national call-in campaign is nationwide moratorium on any new would be a better location giving $2 million appropriation: to the Tri- heard many of the same
Veteran commissioner Robert Incinerators County solid waste association will arguments that have been raised .in
timed to coincide with the day. or dumps until the shorter response time If a spill '
Scott who was unseated two years Capacity Assurance Plans (CAPs) federal EPA and the Bush administration should occur at the plant or along have no strings attached or no re- prior meetings.
ago by Bill Crouse. has qualified for are due from the various states. The redirect their efforts to SR-18 east through the prison com- quirements. It seems too coincidental Chairman Waters recognized
the group 3 council. seat. Crouse has CAPs are each states plans for toxic getting companies to reduce their plex, or northward along SR121. "A says Dean Traylor, that part of council members from each of the
not qualified. waste disposal for the next 20 years. toxics use and discharge, rather twenty minute response time is the same site first proposed for the four incorporated municipalities in
Delbert Jordan, brother of Chief of These plans must be submitted to than forcing communities to accept critical. said Traylor.A toxic waste plant is now designatedfor the county, and asked for comments
Police M.M. Jordan, has qualifiedfor the EPA (national Environmental new incinerators and.dumps Klein location in Lake Butler is more a solid waste landfill. In addition, From each.
the group 1 seat, currently held Protection Agency) by Oct. 17 or the said. central to the highways through the state now has appropriated $2 Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier said
by Councilman Buster Bennett.Ben- states risk losing the superfund Union County say proponents of the million to help build the landfill. his council has not held a vote on

nett has not qualified. monies for toxic clean up allocated State Funds... Lake Butler location.In signing the interlocal agreement,
Mayor Marvin Rosier City Clerk to their state. In the case of Florida Union Ser- TV Channel 5, Gainesville Is ta'poIng but he thinks a majority of the
County Emergency
Queenie Robinson and Chief of the allocation is estimated to be vices a segment of the UCAP meetingfor Lawtey council opposes the assessment
Police M.M.Jordan have not' $21 million. near sent, bids Director to nine Jerry Wilson has for Other Matters... broadcast October 27th,at 9 p.m. and will not approve the
qualified to succeed themselves,and .companies as part of Its "North Florida Jour- agreement.
The "call-n"-'day{ is sponsored by five No one in the legislature known
on a cab to
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prices passenger ,
have drawn 'nal' They will also Rosier said "You I
not opposition as yet. the National.Toxics UCAP program. tape fellows have
Campaign Fund heavy fire members Is
duty truck estimated to working on a bill
Hold-over commissioners 1 Interviews with legislators grabbed bull bv
a the horns.
are Either
and Greenpeace Action. which
Protests cost $167,000, reported UCAP Direc- would require manufacturers \
Laura Harris and Emmett Bright. were slated at all regional offices of tor Terry Perry to reduce the amount of toxic wastes (See Exempt..P.2A) I

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Ordinance 89-01) was seconded by ed ordinances "doesn't like the
IUI'. Rahn he
by but
adopted, '
BCT Stoff Wr11.rThe councilman Buster Bennett,and the have been handled: and
Lawtey council considered motion apparently passed on a 3-1 way they support them at this time.
three proposed ordinances Thursday vote, with Crouse, Bennett and cannot was several minutes late in
/ s T Oct. 12, but failing to pass Rosier voting for approval, and reaching Bright City Hall, saying he was
I ri either of the three, adjourned the Councilman Emmett Bright voting not aware of a special meeting hav-
did
meeting without taking any formal no. Councilwoman Laura Harris Ing been called until he got home
not attend the meeting.
action. that evening.
work
The three proposed ordinances Mayor Rosier declared the ordinace from Prior to Introduction of the proposed .
would have affected Lawtey can- passed, but Attorney Hobbs ordinances, Mayor Rosier aSKed
didates and elected officials, but advised the council that emergency the for a motion to cash ASSM
having failed in the special session, measures must receive 2/3 of deposit to make a $
e 1 cannot now be passed in time to five council members, irregardlessof on the fire truck, now due.; The vote
i change currect election laws before one being absent. on a 3-1 vote with Bright
the Dec. 5 election. The measure failed, since 2/3 of voting "No"on the issue.
The ordinances, prepared by City five is 3.3 votes, essentially requiring
.,. Hobbs that all four members present
-- k. Attorney Johnny are: said there being no
in favor of the ordinance Mayor Rosier
a89-01An ordinance to establish would have to vote
Straight A Students at Brooker Elementary School... requirements for all qualifying can- for it to pass. Bright would point in continuing the meeting
Amanda Fulch (I), didates all elected offices in the not change his vote. banged the gavel the
Students making straight A's for the first six weeks Lefevers (4), Emily Myers (1) for Rosier read proposed When the ordinance requiring
Amanda Thomas (I), James Johnson (I), When Mayor
I work 40 hours per
above.
grading period are pictured
to
city.The Crouse
and 89-03, said
ordinances 89-02
Back: row: Michele Townsend (5), Julie Robinson ordinance provides? for each came Councilman Bright it
Front row ((1 to r with class rank in parenthesis:) (6), Nadia "ardan (6), KelliCriffls (6), Kelly Cook ((3) candidate for a city office to be a moved second to on adopt either, but, did thus not both receive died a should up.apply to all fulltime elected
Adam Stephenson (2), Chad Thomas (2), Jennifer and Derek Siders (5). "registered qualified elector" of the without further discussion. officials,and not single out the clerk
be
city.The candidate shall requiredto
Bright said all three of the propos- alone.i41MU1)Etci4&.
prove residency in the city, for a
minimum of 6 months preceeding -

I |(Bus Hi-Q Team Splits a Pair never didate relating the first have cannot date to elections.violated of qualify qualifying Finally a for Florida,any and, a other shall can-law LADE


public office in the state' the term of
Si Huge scoring runs by the Class 5A Mike Becker's strong performance The JV team won a tight battle which office runs concurrent to the Our way to say thanks for 5 years.20OFF .
:Orange Park High-Q teams were the keyed a 67-2 matchopeningrun 85-84 over the JV Pirates The JV office he seeks.
:5eys to victories over Bradford's by the Bradford High-Q team squad fell behind 30-0) at the outset. -89-02.'An: ordinance to require all '
21igh-Q teams Tuesday, Oct. 16. which went on to defeat Fernandina Matt Eunice got the JV team jump- candidates for the office of chief of
E The Raiders used an 87-5 secondAalf Beach 232-137 Tuesday, Oct. 10. started Coach Crawford said, police to meet minimum police stan-
run and defeated the Tornado Becker, 8 of 11 on the answering 4 of his game-high 6 cor- dards, in accordance with Florida
jrarsity 207-159( The Raider JV used assisted in the first half by Patrick rect responses and leading the teamto Statutes 943.13.
:a match-opening) run to best the Hurst who answered correctly three a 60-37 halftime lead. Matt stret- The proposed ordinance stipulatesthat
Bradford JV 219102. times during the first half. Kevin ched the team's lead in the second persons not meeting the re-
=Both Bradford High-Q teams are Krack, who normally is the high half to 70.37; but then, the roof quirement will not be able to qualifyto StockWith
Sow 2-1 on the season. The Raiders scorer for the team, was only 2 of 8 almost caved in on the team. Fer- run for the office. Every Item In
are 3-0) and 2-1. for the opening half. But Krack hada nandina pulled within 3 points on the Chief of Police M.M. Jordan is ex-
As Coach Stanley Crawford has strong second half, finishing 9 for strength of a 30-point run before empt from the proposed ordinance, savings up to 75% off DIAMONDS,
previously stated, the Raiders, two- 17 on the day.According. Mike Rowell and company extended although Jordan says he has the required RINGS POTTERY
Mme defending conference cham- to Coach Stanley their lead to 16 points. Fernandma educational training to meet CHAINS, CHARMS, ,
pions, are the team to beat. Their Crawford, the Fernandina match answered correctly on toss-up and the state requirements ENGRAVABLES, PENS, ETC.
wins make OPH the front runners marked "a critical part of the HighQ bonus questions as time ran out, but 89-03:An ordinance to require the
again in the Northern Division of the schedule. However, the ability to it was not enough, leaving the city clerk to work a minimum of 40 Sale good thru Monday, Oct. 25
North Florida! High-Q Conference. score 200 points in varsity matches Pirates one point shy of tying the hours per week.Council .
"According to Coach Crawford, the with consistency should bolster our young Tornado HighQ'ers.The Layaway Now For Christmas
Bradford High-Q'ers were apparently chances of survival in the High-Q competition seemed to be Actions...
: in awe of the defending chamgfons Conference's Northern Division." loaded with questions about the Con- Immediately the reading of
with two of the best BHS The High-Q team has lost only twicein stitution. For instance, the JV team each ordinance upon by Mayor Rosier, '
players having sub-par performances. games in which it has scored bet- was asked which house of Congresshad Councilman Bill Grouse moved to 1M w. caD>i 8L CHASTAIN'SQUANTITY 118S:10
"In essence, I didn t have ter than 200 points. the power to impeach. adopt the ordinance as read. 864-7271 Sat 8-J
t mem ready to play at their best.
Rbwever, there were some brightwots .. 11
despite the losses," Coach
awford said. Any match with less
tin a 60-pomt difference is coni14iered -
a close match in High-Q,
Crawford added. .
::Therefore, the varsity should view RIGHTS ..
i igj 48 point loss in that light, the
coach says. Th' JV" 102 points RESERVED
rijerk their highest 'e of the FOOD STAMPS .y ,.;:.x.: i,
s81Json. .
individually, r correttly WELCOMED
answered 9 01 16 questions, SUPERMARKETS
Patrick Hurst 5 of 9, James Smith 3 )
of=3 and Ethan Caren broke out of arecent PRICES VALID 4 ,.
slump, going 2 for 2. Collectively -
the Tornado High-Q'ers werel OCTOBER 19 .w 25,. 1989 "THE
FRIENDLIEST PLACE JJ* TOWN'
:of 25 on bonus questions, a figure ::Y
W$ich must be improved, Coach
Crawford says. The biggest disap-
pWntment of the day occurred when .: .i ..< 9 .. .
life! High-Q) team could not correctly .+:2.i : /:nyif, :::
identify that it was President Harry >r
SB: Truman who fired General
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II Y t SR-230 Repaying in DOT Plans for 1990


County line it to be re-paved, a which is more than any other;,
by Butter Rahn distance of 3.8 miles. SR-230 In district. Miles driven In District II
BCT Stall Writer Starke from US-30 to the railroad, are 16.6 percent of all miles driven in.
Bill Miller, State Department of was repaved during the downtown the state each day, yet the district:
Transportation Manager for DistrictII renovation project. gets only 13.8 percent of DOT funds;;
accompanied by four associates, Eight rail crossings and 3 signalsare Some districts get a much higher
met with Bradford County commis- to be upgraded in the DOT plan. percentage of funds than miles,
sioners Monday, Oct. 16, to outline Miller told commissioners that in driven. If the distribution formula is
DOT plans for 1990 roadwork in the past, plans for road work were based on population, the amount
Bradford County, and advise com- made in Lake City but a new allocated to District II will decreaseby
misisoners of a new time table for Florida Statute provides for DOT officials 1.2 percent.
submitting requests for roads. to visit each county for input Miller said 209,319 vehicles cross
h DOT plans call for upgrading two by local officials, prior to for- the state line into Florida each day,
+1. oI short stretches of roads In the county mulating plans for road work. with 116,738 passing through District
less than 6 miles total: Miller said there is a movement II, the "Gateway District to'
-SR-16Is to be widened and resur- afoot by Central Florida officials to Florida." Of the vehicles traversing
faced between the county line (New redistribute DOT funds on popula- District II, 25,008, or 21 percent, ara
River Bridge in the prison property) tion, and asked commisioners to trucks. The remaining 79 percent,
to CR-225 ( Lawtey-Bayless combat the plan by talking to state 91,730 vehicles, are automobiles.The .
,. .- Highway), a distance of 2.1 miles. of'iclals. Orlando area is the destina-
I ( At I I SR-16, from Starke to CR-225, was Miller pointed out that District II tion of 24.6 percent of all people com-

I Rotary Officers Welcome District Governor... widened and resurfaced in the past has 1,404 miles of interstate ing into the state by car. More
twelve months. highways, more than any district in Georgians come into Florida than'from
Pictured during the visit of Rotary District Governor Wells, president; District Governor limning and his SR-230, from US-301 to the Clay the state. It has 7,222 "lane1'miles any other state. .
Dick Bruning to the local: club last week are (from district assistant, Jim Gill; and K.W. lodges -
I left): Maxle Carter, Sergeant at arms; Wiley Clark, secretary. (See It-Section for story on Gov. Itruning
past president; Larry Noegel, president elect, Orlah visit.)




I Waters Gets Nowhere At Brooker


County Commissioner Chairman medical unit refusing to carry patients What's "the penalty if Brooker
the to hospitals of choice. .
Wilbur Waters addressed doesn't sign?
Brooker council Tuesday night, Oct. The perceived policy that Brad- "I can't answer that question," Wai HM t/'B/ ra d
10..lmplorlniJ the council to suppot ford emergency unit doesn't Water replied.The .
the,$100 special assessment and sign transport patients to the hospital of
the'interlocal agreement. choice is hurting commissioners in quesion has been asked at
their attempt to sell the special every meeting, but continues to go
Waters, whose district includes
Brooker, said the commissioners assessment. It Is a complaint that unanswered. In a commissioner's New Everyday Low Prices
arc going to exempt churches, surfaces in every meeting althoughthe workshop Monday, Oct. 9, commis-
provide policy is denied by EMS Director sioners ducked the same question
relief for owners of rental -
property Cliff Chapman and the commis asked by Commissioner Ross
by approving an 80 percent occupancy
sioners. Chandler. "We don't want to talk
rate, include some form of Needs
On
indigency clause and attempt to Gene Melvin, chairman of the about it at this time," was the Everyday
work out quarterly with Brooker Council, asked what will response Chandler received, and
payments
Tax Collector Esther Hall. happen if he should get sick and "We'll cross that bridge when we get
become unable to pay the special ex- to it," has become a stock answer.
Waters said funding may have to

emergency be reduced for medical both the services jail and in ception. final Commissioners meeting on have amending scheduled the a Men's'Fruit Of The Infant Thermal 111/2".Fashion Doll

order to increase volunteer fire assesssment Monday, Oct. 16, at Rooted Hair, Bendable
The ordinance provides for a lien Blankets
7:30: p.m., in the Courthouse. Loom Briefs Receiving
department revenues, a popular request Movable Arms
be
to placed on the property, collec- Melvin said, "It's hard to vote (on Legs,
by the public in prior tible when the land changes hands, the interlocal agreement) without 3 Pair Package 2 to a package Compare to Barbie at
meetings. either upon death of the owner or
Waters emphasized jail funding in sale of the land by the owner. In the knowing. rd the like penalties to ask and stipulations next- Sizes 28 to 42 Reg. $6.59 $9.99
questions
the special assesssment is for day to meantime, the lien is increasingeach "
day operations, and will not be used Monday night.
year with advertising fees and said 99 2$7.00
Councilman George Pierce .
for new jail construction. $3 $459
18 percent interest. In 10 years the we should wait until all NOW .
When asked about the use of a one lien for the$100 assessment may ex- meetings have been.held."
cent sales tax, Waters said "The ceed $2,500. If the landowner fails to

sales budget.tax"cannot be used to balance a pay both liens, $175 per year, the Simply Curl Curl Care Free Curl Curl Blank Video Tapes
total could be near$4,500 in 10 years.
Councilwoman Sue Davis asked if Melvin says he is against the taking Cox Appliance Activator Gel Activator: & InstantMoisturizer
the commissioners considered tax- of land for the non payment of Super High Grade
Ing alcoholic beverages, gas and the lien but offered no alternative to & T-120
other commodities. collecting the levy. Air Conditioning Reg. & Extra Dry r
Waters replied, "Eve 'one will be Melvin seemed to sum up theevening's 32 Oz. Jar 16 Oz. Spray Bottle
ServiceJoe -
paying the assessment. discussion by saying, "I $ 99
Rental property owner T.J. Mann hope you see our position as elected : 99
complained about having to "pay officials in our community. It's my 2/ $7.00 ..:.. $
reimbursed
upfrontbefore being personal opinion that people are
through increased rents, saying, scared about the assessment. We
"It's hurting me badly." Mann also don't want to make a decision that Shower Curtain Sets Jacquard Fancy Bab-O Cleanser f
raised the. issue of the emergency we'll regret a year down the road. '

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stars that
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commissioners have the authority to .
abolish the assessment or put it on levy the assessment on all residentsin $39P 3/ $1.0041.00
everyone. Just because I live in the those
county, including living i
Lawtey shouldn't" exempt me from in incorporated areas. I

paying it. "It's the safest way," Atty. Flynn Cox.your friendly repairman.Call
Rosier invited one or more of the told The Telegraph after the him today for any appliance repair. 3 Pack Deodorant Proctor-SUez Boxed Christmas I
commissioners to visit the Lawtey said he is .
meeting. Flynn going by a I
council and explain it "to the In Service & Repair on:
clause state law,but admitted the Stearn".Dry Iro.n..Cards
people. Interpretation is questionable and is e All Major Appliances Soap .
Lola Willaimson, Hampton being researched by several area Air Conditioning Refrigeration Religious & General :
addressed the commissionas : Lightweight
mayor law firms. Electrical Bath Size -
an individual, rather than an office Commissioner<<: Riddick pointed out '. 12 Cards with Envelopes I
saying, "I'm not able to several counties have
hOlderj passed special
won't beg. I bought two assessments without securing In- 00 :
mobile homes income. 77 $ $1
to provide terlocal agreements. tt > ,999.
,
With the Increase in assessments, ---_a ,. :
the county mad "me rich overnight.
People will pay if they have to, but MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
what will they give up to pay it?" 40 Piece Drinkware Set Infants Terry :Toy. Layaway For I

Gene Melvin, chairman of the on Hwy. 100, Next to Pinehurst VarietyFree :2013 oz beverage glasses Christmas I
Set
&
have Brooker problems council with, said the, "I assesssmentand continue to Lifetime. Membership e Movies Nintendo and 10-16 oz. cooler glasses. Sleep Play '

the Interlocal) agreement. VCR Rentals Available 10-16 oz. rocks glasses Sizes S-M-&L $1.00 DownHolds$50

Taxes are a tough burden..maybe a Monday-Wednesday 2 Movies for 3.00 1 oz. shot glass bonus
referendum can be held later on a Thursday All Movies are $1.00 Each
sales tax. I'm here to listen." Frl.Sat. &Sun. $2.50 Each $ 00 _
Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox said, Rcnt 3. Get 2 FREE $999 4 Worth
"I'll try my best to support the com- SATURDAY RENTALS KEEP FOR 2 DAYS > !'
missioners in our meeting Tuesday :
night. This isn't the best way, but Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
maybe in the next year we can work Nintendo Machines$5.00 Ea. Day
something out."
Roberti. Hinkin' saying he
represents the Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County, pleaded for repealof TRACK DOWN THESE GREAT DEALS AND... -
the assessment. Hinkin called at-
tention to the 650 name petition sub- I
mitted last week,objecting to the or- CAP
NAPA I'Get i
dinance. I GET A FREE

Hinkin said, "I do not consider the
ordinance to be fair. The person living -
in the$100,000 home will pay the I
same as the person living in a mobile a free NAPA Camouflage cap' "Get a free NAPA Camouflage -
home. Many people cannot afford to when :i
when you purchase a case of \ cap you
pay the levy.I want to see somethingdone
for the little guy." Valvoline All-Climata I \ purchase a set of AC, ::
..
.
Chairman Waters thanked Hinkinfor Motor Oil with a Autolite or Champion

his comments.Brooker' r NAPA OilFilter. Spark Plugs with ::
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Councilman George
); a set of Belden
Pierce asked the question, "What ,
will you do if we don't sign it (In- iiTh Spark Plug :
terlocal agreement)? : Wires.Resistor. j
County Attorney Reggie Flynn YilttlDU E : I
said, "It distresses me to see the : I
commissioners put in that position." Mugs : :
Flynn did not answer the question, .'..
although it was asked more than VAlVOUNf All-Climate I I' NAPa 99.
once. J Oil Filter
,
10W30. 1OW40,2OW5O,
Later In-'the evening Chairman After mail-in rebate :
Super HPO30HD. SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES ,. =
Waters, when pressed for an Most Popular Number ,0 :
answser addressed the question by Look for the Valvoline, $2 00 High Performance Check II In your mailbox or In "We. Spark Phi Wires :
saying, "I,assume this board will any ol 24 popular car and outdoor magazines. \ .I -
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carry out the collection of the assess- Bring II lo us and save$2.00 when you buy 6 Quarts or more of any Valvoline. SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES 5..
: motor oil.
ment, ; | I

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Toxic\:. NAPA MOTOR Oil. NAPASUVIIUNE WD-40 NAPACAMOUflAG Sj Sw I

lop quality NAPA Motor Oil 36 Month Battery $ 2 .95 1 Urge 13 .*.slit !
Waste on sale now. .3824,24F,1i5,10 'exchange 81 SIOplllqua8ka, protects metal, CAP .:; :

ItfroiijpagelAr i\; .- .74 C per iJ 15024 NAPA.2e Battery,2tSR so. Month' rusted Removes parts grease frees and stick grime.) :12 oz. I ,1/1 =r:

( quart .... NAPA LEGEND"Month .42150. _:
Governor after malHn rebate :;;;; f_.t.S weh.xchang. #7S24.24F,74 $ 1.75 $3.99 ::
members of-DER, Mar- I WW34 .2OWSO.MHO Rebate good through VIS/89.. $53.5 with$10 Rebate
tinez If possible,and others for the 30 ::
'minute program. .'' Prices: and oItargood through November 30,1989 or while supplies last at p8nlclpatlng NAPA AUTO PARTS SflAESUmt_cap per customer or bUlute.

UCAP President Sally Traylor NAPA's National Warranty> .STARKE MOTOR PARTS CO., INC. s .4
has been appointed to serve on art All the right in f
advisory committee of NRSWA in gram protects: the family on the 155. W. Brownlee. Street, parts

Bradford Cni iJnty. The committee move/Ouality products backed Starke FL 32091 right; places
was formed to facilitate educational by over 6,600 stores nationwide. 5
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125th Anniversary Observed By Kingsley Lake Baptist Chzl rch




Abraham Lincoln was President and
the Civil War was still in progress when
.- a small group of Kingsley Lake
pioneers gathered In 1864 and founded
_the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.On .

--y Sunday October IS, the congrega-
tion, together with friends and ,
relatives, gathered to celebrate the s
church's 125th anniversary at the morn- Iir J
H ing service, followed by a traditional ,
dinner on the grounds.The .

handsome, well-appointed in-
terior of the church was filled to capacity ', dal 4i
and was a far cry from the original / .
k- one-room log schoolhouse, which was ;7 lqh" Fl'b i
also used for the earliest church ser
vices in the 1860s.

A brief history of the church and a
description of events taking place
I around the lake more than a hundred
years ago, was given by Gene Mat i
thews, former editor and publisher of
the Bradford County Telegraph, basedon
conversations with the late Rev. Jim
Strickland, whose father was Simeon
w Strickland, one of the church

organizers.The .

sail pastor, Rev. Fred L. Touchton,
Introduced Rev. Ellis Parker of
Hawthorne,who described spiritual!
The Kingsley Lake Baptist Church conversion as a member of the church,
and his baptism in the nearby lake on

"a cold Easter morning" forty years
.
'
; ago.According to the related to
legend :
'Dl; ;Oi iIAiLcS him by Rev. Strickland Matthews said ;
; the lake was named for a Capt. ------
Kingsley who escaped from Indians Pictured at the 125th Anniversary celebration of the Kingsley Lake
during the Second Seminole War by Baptist Church are Mrs. Llllie Mae Boree. 89, oldest member of the
swimming his horse across the lake. church; Frow Strickland, whose grandfather was one of the founders: I
They landed near the Kingsley Lake and the pastor Rev. Fred L. Touchton. The monument marks the site of
Time for a Change in Florida'sProperty Cemetery, but the horse died of exer- the original rhurrh..
tion, and the*lake became known as
Kingsley in honor of the captain.Rev. woven cloth.
Mike Woodfln led the congregational

Tax RulesProperty Strickland also described Special music was featured during singing, including the old favorite,
early the morning service with Joshua "Amazing Grace.
life on the lake as very primitive, with
Crawford singing a musical of the
story served by ladies of the
Dinner was
the men tending their vegetable and
crucifixion of Christ solo Sherra
a by
fruit and the ; church at 1:00: In the large screen-
of Nassau County's growth has been crops women making Allen of Gainesville and several choir p.m.
Allen ;
Appraiser Powers
church
clothes for the entire family from hand- ed picnic area on the grounds.
St. Johns County thinks "it's time for fairly steady over the past 20 years but numbers directed by Debbie Woodfin.

the taxing laws of Florida to be demand for waterfront propertycause

revisited and consideration given to the the market value to skyrocket 22

plight of retired people and those on percent this year.In .

limited incomes". Otherwise, in this Prebyterians
day of inflated prices, the present Columbia County, one acre of
system of basin appraisals on so-called agricultural land on a lake was worth Dedicate New

"market values may well force some $800 two years ago, but has now been

property owners to sell their property rezoned residential and subdivided, AdditionThe ivh- -b'
with a half-acre lot now valued at
against their will, in order to pay taxes. i'
around $45,000.Appraiser .
newly enlarged sanctuary of the
Petitions are already being circulatedin Powers says the "horror First Presbyterian Church was filled to ,
some forty of Florida's sixty-seven stories" he's heard about people being capacity Sunday morning, Oct. 15, for .

counties asking for a referendum on the threatened with loss of their homes which the dedication doubled the of seating the new capacity addition of

State-mandated system of basing property because they can't pay the taxes has led the historic church.Dr. .

appraisals for tax purposes on him to push petition drive aimed at Edwin W. Albright,Jr.,executive
'market' values. changing Florida's appraisal laws. He presbyter, and JoAnn Copeland,
believes that some retirees are already moderator, from the Presbytery of St.

County property appraisers are not to being forced to sell their homes becauseof Augustine, participated In the services,
and the Rev. Jerry Patton,
the "market value" criteria now be- pastor
blame for the present high appraisals delivered the
dedicatory sermon.
that are burdening so many lower in- ing used, and some of them may leave
The the state as a result. The additions to the church, both In- ..i.
come taxpayers. taxing power no terior and exterior, were skillfully s
longer lies with property appraiserswho crafted to duplicate the architectureand

act in accordance with rules laid Powers says that the 100 percent of finishing of the original sanctuary
down by the State, which actually has which was built on North Cherry St. in ,-
market value rule for assessments was '"
r' "
the authority. 1884 and was moved to its new locationon : .. :_...a.--- ,. --. ------.----- .
taxing set by the Florida Legislature in the East Call St., opposite the Bradford

early 1980s, and the intent was that tax Hospital, in 1978. The additional stained The First Presbyterian Church of Starkeof I
Some individuals in the area of Santa levies would be rolled back as appraised glass, leaded windows, and lighting fix-
Fe Lake, which lies in both Alachua and values increasedbut it hasn't workedout tures in the new part were made to
order to match those in the original three Pennsylvania families who what is now Cherry St.,was called Pennsylvania
Bradford Counties, have seen their that way, the St. Johns County Ap- sanctuary. The ceiling paneling and the came here in the late 1800s to establish Avenue, the home state of
assessments zoom upward in recent praiser says. Therefore, he believes solid pine flooring also matched that us- orange groves and engage in other these northern families.
years because state law mandates that that the time has come for the ed a century ago, as did the additionalnew business activities. Leaders in this effort Following the dedication
service a
assessments be based on "market Legislature to reconsider the State tax- pews. were three families, the S.J. Stern- covered dish dinner was served in the
value". But to a property owner who ing laws. There are almost as many dif- The church was established here 105 burgs, the J.M.. Trubys, and the church fellowshi hall to more than 250
has no desire or intention to sell his pro- ferent tax laws as there are States in the years ago, primarily through the effort George Livingstons.During this period, members and visitors.

perty, market value is meaningless. Union, Powers says, and the time has
Although he would not willingly sell his come to make changes in Florida.

property, he might be forced to do so to the Editor I
because someone with deep pockets is Petitions are now being circulated to JLetters

willing to pay an unrealistic inflated obtain the signatures required to make -
value for a similar piece of property in needed and Powers hopes that
changes,
students feel free to to Ms. Steele to
his neighborhood. Better of PraiseLet go law to pray before a football game!
the Florida Appraisers
Property discuss their problems, for she truly Well, far be it from me to argue with
Association will work out a formula to me categorically state that the listens! Furthermore, she is able to this student's belief, but in my eyes as a
Bradford County Property Appraiser present to the Legislature next year author of this letter In no way considers laugh with themyet, when the situation Christian, the law passed to help this
Jimmy Alvarez says, "To a large that will eliminate some of the ine- herself to be a political activist. calls for sternness she is able to person feel unviolated actually violatesmy
sternness with
degree it's people moving into this area quities and unfairness in the present However, she does feel strongly about true couple feat in itself! compassion. A freedom of religion under the same
amendment of the Constitution which
the following and therefore will seek to ,
from South Florida or another part of set forth those feelings Tirelessly she.continually seeks out reads: .
the country where the cost lakefront law.The : Innovative ideas and methods and introduces "Congress shall make law
present hue and cry being heard A bright star has emerged In person no respec-
them to the teachers
is great that prices here of Paula Steele Assistant at Brad- ting an establishment of religion, or
properties so from taxpayers in Bradford, as well as Principal at ford High. One such innovation was the "
seem cheap to them." If a few all "sound and Bradford High School! Rarely is seen prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
is Content
other counties not Reading Including Study
When
the sincere dedication of one to his sitting in the stadium waiting
or
mind sellin
who don't ,
neighbors fury, signifying nothing". It signifies her job as is seen In and has been exemplified SystemCRISS.. She is a staunch supporter for the game to begin, a voice comes
make a killing on their property, it that there are injustices and ine- by Ms.Steele.The exemplary of the Teachers as Advisors Program over the loudspeaker. We listen to our

means that others, who want to live out qualities in the present system, and concern, the exceptional tirelessness, the curriculum.(TAP) recently WhIle incorporated keen Innova-into national anthem, salute our flag, and

their lives in their present homes, may politicians who want to keep their seats the positiveness directed toward the tions, she encourages holding on fast to then bow our heads. The speaker then
forced to sell a heavy penaltyin education of the students at Bradford prays to God to watch over our teams,
be or pay those which have
would do well to listen... carefully. practices been proved in hopes
be High and the permit of academicfreeciom no one will be hurt during our
which they worthwhile and effective. In
increased taxes may to teachers of her employ that same game. Then the speaker saYIf'Amen".
unable to pay "Property appraisersdon't characterize the superb job that Ms. vein, Ms. Steele encourages academic To me, when this is done, a special
set the values, the buyers do," Steele has continually striven for in the excellence disseminates on the part of her teachers.She unity happens between every one there.

says Kenneth Wilkinson, Lee County Few Guilty All Pay past four years at Bradford.Ms. regarding readily seminars informtion etc. Each team knows that the other is therein
appraiser and president of Steele, regardless of how long the from which workshops she feels her teachers, good spirits and the crowd is also.
property day has been, has always found time to I ask this question to those of you who
that would benefit.It .
Save Our Homes, Inc., a group listen to the problems and,yes,even the wish not to pray. Why not stand in
hopes to reform present assessmentlaws. Fighting after a big football game whims, of her teachers. She listens observations is from that the the preceding writer offers objective respect and silence, while those of us
the
may be fun for a few, but it is a sympathetically and empathetically following personal opinion: Ms. Paula who kspeaker. to pray, pray along with the
shameful act which has no place at while at the same time never forgettingnor Steele is a dedicated, competent and As it stands now, we are
relinquishing her role as the objective already standing in silence, so I see no
The fact that neighbors may be selling Bradford High. administrator. When moments of unrelenting administrator! This opinion difference.

their homes for Inflated prices is no The few who took part in last Friday's tension could have easily escalated into In no way, has as Its intent hard the Again as a Christian, I believe that
of the
comfort to people like Jack Miller, a incendiary situations with downplay or denigration we should be able to pray aloud before a
melee the and
are costing parents work of both Assistant Principal John
characteristic humor, she has football game or other I
lakefront often
retiree who owns 218 feet of any game.
friends of Bradford the Arthur Reddish or Dean Jerry Petrella,
players pleasureof defused have taken this
of the explosives. She has main- passage out of a book,
Beach section
property in the Indian going onto the football field after the tained a level of professionalism upon for both, also, worked conscientiously the same book that the President places
Santa Fe Lake in Bradford County. He game to greet and congratulate their which the writer feels compelled to in helping to get this school year off to his hand on to take the oath of.office. It
has owned this property for 32 years and comment.It an exceedingly smooth start. All three reads:
This will be de-
sons. Friday everybody be
should congratulated for the fine
has watched its value soar from $58 511 is net easy, especially in these "Whosoever therefore shall confessme
tained in the stands until the field is exhibited during the
this and his tax bill increase days, to combine successfully both performances before men, him will I confess also
to $123,873 year, recuperation of Principal Charles
He is cleared._ parenting and work. (The writer does before my Father which Is In heaven.
from $482 to $1,501. now not wish to infer that Francis. But whosoever shall before
parenting Is not deny me
Once few hotheads the
t having to sell a part of again a cost work; from observations alone, the Nova Burns Bright men, him will I also deny before my
his property in order to pay the taxes. freedom of all. writer can attest to its travail.) The Lawtey"Aoment' Father which Is In heaven."
polnt-the writer does wish to make is Matthew 10:32-33:
that Ms. Steele, single mother of three of Prayer" I ask you to stand lip and voice your
F young children,has from all indications opinion, because It Id the only way we
;: ftSB3VIOH! 6ADFQRp .fot.giligruph likewise achieved a certain amount of I am writing this letter hoping that someone can change this law. If you do not, then
acclaim the realm of parenting. In a can make the Sep 28 article ;you will be "standing silence".
4 time when many parents have yielded "Moment of Silence" Takes Place of Kellle Kitchens
the responsibility of rearing these Prayer at Football Games a little I,BHS Christian. Student
-
children to others, she has not done no. clearer to me.
; In other words,Ms.Steele is a parent as It is my understanding that a student
OC o .. well as an administrator.Thirdly in who \Is Jewish)
108 O. HROUSON JOHN M.MILLaR the fine Georgia ( says that
witnessing
.. manner the before a football
PwblUtwrt" prayer game
in which Ms. Steele has managed to
violates his freedom of
and entered Second Class Matter at to the students Ipeech.TherefDl' ;
on Bradford
Published each Thursday convey High
on Jan. IS, 1989, the 11th
i the Post Office at.Stake.. Florida. under Act of March 3. 1879. that she truly has their educational interest District !Court of Appeals (based in O pA .w,r
the writer has
phen944-430S Subscription Rate I In Trade Area: 314.00 per year: $8.00 six months observed uppermost that there.is being exhibited Atlanta) voted 2-1 to uphold a petition Humpback whiles sing In accents
P.O.DrAllarkeFloddG; ,- Outside Trade Area: $1500 per year: $8,60 six months. on the part of students, an from Dublin County (apparently the which indicate where they're from-
The student's home Now
I "working together" with her. county) by the Virgin Winds Bahamas or Pu.rto
Federal Court it !Is the
rulings, against Rico, for Instanc

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October 19, 1889 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Thornton-Hix Married Sept. 23Miss


Donna Elaine Thornton, daughter of Mr. & Mrs Donald W. Thorn
ton of Kingsley Lake, and Mr. Robert Reid Hix, son of Mrs. Alliene Mix of
Middleburg and Robert Hix of Orange Park, were united in marriage on
Saturday, Sept. 23 at the First United Methodist Church in Starke. %
The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dwight McQueen. Piano selections +
were performed by Mrs. Ada Reddish, who also accompanied*1LI; r
vocalists, William McRae and Selina Sheetz. Miss Kristy Johns played the '
!u, I organ processional and recessional as well as other selections. _
Keepsake folders were presented to arriving guests by Miss Amy Jo
Carter and Miss Allison Denmark Miss Kara Kimble invited guests to sign
the bride's book. t
The bride's aunt, Mrs.John Valinski, was matron of honor,accompaniedby
bridesmaids Miss Marti Hix (sister of the groom). Miss Elizabeth
I I IM Rowell) (the bride's cousin), and Miss Janna Thornton (the bride's sister)
Miss Stephanie Futch served as flower girl.
The bridal attendants were attired in matching tea length gowns of +
fuchsia satin. The gowns featured a deep neckline and back, shortcappedsleeves \
and a dropped waist. The back of the dress was accented with a
fuchsia lace bow at the waist and three deep tiers flowing to the hemline.
The attendants wore matching lace-over-satin slippers and pearl
necklaces, earrings, and bracelets enhancing the look of elegance. Miss
Futch wore an ivory satin dress in the same style as the bridesmaids and a
headpiece of ivory satin ribbon and satin rosettes. Each attendant carrieda
loose, hand-tied bouquet of rubrum lillies, loretta roses, montecasino and
babies breath with streamers of fuchsia satin ribbon. Miss Futch carried a
r white wicker basket adorned with the same flowers and ribbon.
r- The bridegroom was attended by Cole Chesser, best man, and
{ groomsmen Stuart Strickland, John Valmski and Myron White. Steve
Futch and Joe Valmski served as ushers. The bride s brother, Donald
Thornton, Jr., was ringbearer.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore a floor-length gown of ivory
bridal satin. The gown,with a sweetheart illusion neckline, featured a bas-
que bodice with full length leg-of-mutton sleeves. Descending from the
modified basque waistline, the full gathered skirt was adorned with hand-
embroidered appliques and pearl watch-chains The neckline was gently
scalloped and outlined with designs of hand.sewn pearls The bodice
featured delicate appliques embellished with intricate patterns of hand-
sewn seed pearls. The beautiful pearl designs were repeated on the sleeves
which featured the leg.of-mutton shoulders of soft whipped cream satin \Mr & Mrs. Forrest Gibson
ruffles with pearl accents. The elegant beauty of the gown was heightenedby
the cathedral train outlined in soft whipped cream ruffles with a focal
point of hand.embroidered appliques.
To compliment her gown, the bride wore a floral contour wreath head-
Mr. &Mrs. Robert Reid Mix Jordan-Gibson United in
MarriageJanet
piece with two-tier fingertip veiling. Scattered petals and pearl filament
accents gave the finibhing touch to the refined beauty of the headpiece. The
"' 11 _-- bride carried a long cascade of variegated Ivy, bridal white roses, Loretta
roses, and stephanotis with assorted mixed foliages M. Jordan and Forrest L. Gibson exchanged wedding vows on
The choir loft of the church held four columns topped with Bostern ferns. August 19 at 6 p.m.
Woman's Club Has October 11 MeetingMarjorie In the center was an arch candelabrum holding burning tapers. In the The bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. M.M. Jordan of Lawtey The
is the of Dr. & Mrs. White E. Gibson of New Orleans, La.
chancel area, on each side of the offertory table, were two large urns of groom son
gladiola,Loretta roses, rubrum lijlies, cerise miniature carnations, babies Pastor Jack Whitley performed the marriage ceremony at Hillcrest
Thomson, Education Chairman, presented the program to the breath, and monte casino. Two heart-shaped candelabra, encircled with Baptist Church in Jacksonville..
Woman's Club members at their meeting Wednesday, Oct. 11. fresh spregerei and babies breath, entwined with fuchsia satin ribbon, The bride was given in marriage by her father. The matron of honor was
Miss Carolyn Carlton, member of the Melrose and Keystone ilts were placed in each corner of the chancel area. Tall areca palms and ferns Nancy Clements and the best man was Dr. White Gibson, the groom's
Women's Clubs, spoke on the Epsilon Sigma Omicron Reading Club of the were placed at different vantage points throughout the area. The family father. Ushers were White Gibson III and Stephen Whitley
Women's Clubs. Miss Carlton showed many new books from the library on pews were marked with fuchsia satin ribbon and clusters of fresh babies Following the wedding, a reception was held at the Hilltop Club in
a variety of subjects,and gave short description of each,and information breath. Orange Park.
on the authors. Bradford Librarian Sue Crum was introduced and Club Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's After a wedding trip to the Caribbean, the newlyweds will reside at the
Treasurer Betty Warren presented a $500 contribution to the Library from parents, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Thornton of Kingsley Lake. Arriving guests groom's home in Jacksonville.
the Club. were greeted by Mrs. Harold Bishop III and Mrs. Bruce Ivey and invited Janet is a graduate of Bradford High and is employed as a secretary by
Shea Blom, the HOBY recipient award winner from Bradford High whois into the reception area through a white wedding arch entwined with greens Rouse & Associates Real Estate Developers. Forrest is a graduate of St.
sponsored by the Woman's Club of Starke, was introduced and gave a and ribbon in the bride's chosen color. After signing the guests' book which Paul's in Covington, La., and the University of Mississippi. He is a real
short talk about her attendance at the Leadership Seminar held in was kept by Mrs. Rodney Jackson, guests rounded the house to the estate broker with the McLean Group.
Tallahassee recently. beautiful garden reception.
Vice President Diann Norton conducted the business meeting which On the front lawn of the Thornton's log home were two hunter green and w ;l.:
began with Invocation by Jane Trawick on "Little Things". A.
white striped tents, festively adorned with clusters of fuchsia and white r
The meeting opened with a luncheon catered by Oleta Hrdenbrook The balloons with long streamers of fuchsia satin ribbon. The tents housed the J' &
head table was covered with a white lace cloth with a centerpiece arrange- food tables, clad in white cloths, and holding a bountiful array of delightful .
ment of fall flowers and ferns. The individual tables were covered with finger foods. Accenting the tables were white wicker serving baskets festooned
white cloths and a small ceramic pumpkin centerpiece, flanked by with fuchsia ribbons and fresh flowers enhancing the French country
miniature bear hobgoblins emphasizing the Halloween season. An arrangement motif. A mirrored arrangement of varied fresh fruits, arranged by
of roses and coral vine were in a crystal vase the piano.
on Mrs. Carolyn Autry, was the focal point, as well as a delicious accompaniment
Mona Canova, Music Chairman, accompanied the group on the piano fora to the menu. The punch table held two silver punch bowls encircledby
singalong of Irving Berlin songs, commenting on his recent death at age fresh flowers and greenery. Picnic tables covered in fuchsia cloths, dot- Engagement. .'. -
101. Marjorie Thomson lead the singing. ted the lawn down to the lake, and groupings of grapevine furniture and
The hostess committee assisting Mrs. Thomson were Lillian Stump, rockers were placed at various points for guests' comfort. Goss-Beaver
Beverly Blackshear, Jane Trawick, and Freda Judd. Lush potted ferns and fuchsia azaleas lined the front steps leading to the Told
There will be a card game luncheon at the clubhouse on Thursday Oct. porch which held the cake table, champagne fountain, and the electric Engagement
26,and the public Is invited to come play cards or just eat lunch, but please piano. The bride's table, covered in an Army-Navy cloth, held the three- Tish Goss and Joyce Beaver an-
,, nuk*.reservations. Evelyn Griffin can be reached at 964-7806 foe more in- tiered luscious strawberrY'wedding cake.Encircling the base of the cake nounce the engagement and upcom-
formation.* were sprengerei, rubrum lillies miniature carnations, roses, monte casino ing marriage of their parents,
Several former members of the Starke Jr. Women's Club were guests of and babies breath. The top layer held a mixed bouquet of the same flowers Rayford Goss and Una Faye Beaver, ball
the club at this meeting, and also Barbara Ann Navitsky was the guest of trailing down to fill each tier. The champagne table held a fountain adorned of Brooker.
Sandy Rowell. Betty Edwards was the guest of Mona Canova. with fresh greenery and flowers and topped with a bouquet of greeneryand The wedding will take place Oct. LOOK
flowers. Rustic wooden barrels bedecked with fuchsia bows were plac- 22, at 4 p.m. at the home of the
&.. -, -- a II a II -I ed at vantage points to hold the iced champagne.Mrs. groom In Brooker, with a reception WHOSE 40
Michael Hinson and Mrs. Brian Davis provided background music immediately following. No formal
from the electric piano on the porch. invitations will be sent, but friends L U M
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Community NewsThe The dock pavillion and patio arch were also festooned with balloon and family are invited to attend.
clusters and satin ribbon streamers. The groom's cake, in the shape of a
fish, was located on the dock. A sideboard held snacks served in white
CONCERNED CITIZENS will meet Tuesday, Oct 24 in the con- wicker baskets
ference room at RJE complex at 5:30 p.m. All interested citizens are In- From the porch to the dock area, an air of celebration prevailed in the at-
vited to attend. home atmosphere of friends and family. More than fifty close friends and
The FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCHES will be held at Mt. Zion in Lawtey family assisted graciously in serving. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves directed the r.
(Rev. Pierce, Pastor) on the fourth Sunday, Oct. 22, at 3 p.m. All churchesare wedding. ; ,; .' -S
asked to cooperate for success. Following a wedding trip to the Georgia mountains, the newlyweds are V
residing in Middleburg.
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I Chi CarnivafsC: doublewide gas grill, and a 19" color being held on a Nintendo that's for sure.of.the. so don't earl 1 Hitch miss
fried fish dinners will kick-off the biggest event
TV. $1 tickets are being sold by BE Tickets are being sold by witch's broom and
students and will be available at the Halloween festivities at Lawtey and will\ also be available at on the
there's still
together. All elementary age boys carnival. school at & p.m. 1500 pounds ol nival. on down while
and girls will receive a "goodie bag" BBQ chicken dinners will be sold mullet have been ordered, so bring The usual carnival booths I
for dressing up and marching. and served from 5:30.8: p.m. your biggest appetite to savor these clude Bingo, dunkin' booth, Elementary...
Featured at the carnival will be Come one, come all! Ghosts and fish dinners which include baked house, hot dogs, hoppin'n
Bingo, cake walk, dunkin' booth, goblins galore surely will be In beans,french fries,cole slaw and ice corn, candied apples, October 27...
haunted house, crazy tunnel, fish store! tea, at a cost of only $3.50 each. drinks. A costume parade Elementary will be having
pond, hayrides, and many other ac held at 5 p.m. Fun-Day all day long on Fri
tivities. Lawtey School... Raffle tickets are being sold on a The square dance group is Students andparentsdye
t Hampton .. There will be a raffle for a Brown Browning automatic 12 gauge Model a Chinese Auction to raise
Elementary. ing 12 gauge automatic shotgun a Saturday, Oct. 28 A500, a VCR and a color TV. A the carnival also. activities are scheduled.
Friday, Oct. 27 Carnival... 30.30 rifle, a $200 gift certificate a.. Lawtev K traditional smoked and separate raffle for students only is Downtown Lawtey will be _
From 5-9 p.m., Hampton Elemen- -
tary will have its carnival. Raffle
tickets for a 19" color TV
microwave and ceiling fan are now i-: USDA Choice BeefLONDON
being sold for $1 each by students.
There will be a concession stand
with the usual items,such as drinks, : -
hot dogs, hamburgers, etc.
Featured booths will include hay '
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rides Bingo, football toss frisbee
tic-tac-toe, lollipop pull, dragon
crawl, and cake walk. iI
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Costume judging will be held at 5 BROIL AND
p.m., so y'all come dressed in your _
hauntingly finest, for all to see! I

Southside Elementary TOP ROUND

Friday, Oct. 27 Carnival... .
Booths at Southside will include
Pumpkin Bowling, Go-fish, Pencil
pull Candy castle, Jack-O-Lantern ROAST Lb.
squirt, Bean bag toss Treasure
chest, Basketball throw, Photo pins, t SUN. MON._TUES. WED. THUH._FRI. SAT.,
Cakewalk, Basketball throw, Photo
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pins, Makeup Booth Fingernail
decorating, Bubble gum chance ZZ

balloons Also available on stick and will snow be Food cones.and Prices In this ad good Monday,
Fun store Funnel cakes, and pop- Oct. 16 thru Sunday, Oct. 22, 1989
corn. Hamburgers and cokes will be
sold by the Kiwanis Club, with pro-
fits going to Southside Elementary. HOlly
Two Moonwalks will he featured Far. a 0 .
this year aong! with the dunkin' Small Or JS Grade
booth,Bingo,and the haunted house. A
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Brooker Elementary

Saturday. Oct. 28
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Brooker will l begin their carnival
events with a Parade forming at the
Brooker Subdivision at 4 p.m. The
march to Brooker Elementary will Red Delicious Or
: .m. Adults and kids are
encouraged to dress and parade ROME

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At Bradford Library b
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Attention all Halloween howlees

and? gruesomeghoulees.Does your make-up need. touchingup \U Coca Cola PUMPKINS 9 9

Jim Bray, a professional make-up
artist, will present a free monster Classic
make-up session at the Bradford l9
County Public Library Saturday,
Oct. 21, from 12 noon till 2 p.m. L b
Bray will demonstrate tricks of 15 Lb. Bag
the trade.Come as you are and leaveas 89
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Going Strong 299PABST Crisp IcebergLETTUCE

Families Against Drugs (F.A.D.)
held their monthly meeting Tuesday -
Sept. 27 at the Vo-Tech Media &
Center. F.A.D. was organized two Y
years ago by individuals who were 9 Blue Grapes Red
concerned with growing problems of 4 PABST LT.
illegal drug and alcohol use.
Statistics are frightening, particularly
of widespread use among 12/24pkcn
young people. / ia
It is a Known fact that enough Lb 969
jails cannot be built to handle the $ 7 49 Y
offenders. The only way to make
significant change is through our
children. It Is the goal of this
organization to teach our children
about illegal drugs and alcohol. If f Head
the market is removed the numberof
drug offenders and sellers will
reduce greatly. EXTRA liti W ./o
Last year, F.A.D. spent $8,174.17in :, +
an attempt to make a difference in
our community. We had a float in the
BHS Homecoming Parade and the .

children Christmas helped Parade.to make Elementary the decora- 16 0 Z. Assorted T 3 Oz. Beef/Chicken/Pork/ 10 Oz. Frozen SausageHamburgerPepperoniSausage -
MushroomNegetable/ Beef 3 Lb. Tub Spread
tions for the floats. Five children & 1 I
from each elementary school and PFEIFFER DRESSINGS RAMEN PRIDE NOODLES Pepperoni/Cheese PARKAY MARGARINE
five children from BMS were chosen CHEF BOY AR DEE PIZZA
by their representative schools to \
ride on one of the floats.F.A.D. gave
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each child (and each school $1 :: :.. o

chaperone message YOU) a CAN T-shirt MAKE with THE our 'A 5/89/ C :,,' Q, I age '.-.:-. ,. y '

DIFFERENCE, imprinted on them. ..
We had a motivational speaker oocir4, 1 Ii' ""...
Ray Pelletier,come to BHS to talk to I
students about illegal drug and
alcohol use. A professional athlete,
Tony Bishop came and spoke to 18 Oz. Smooth Or Crunchy 64 Oz. Carton Old South 9.5 Oz. Regular/Bran BiscuitsPEANUyr
16 Oz. Greer
BMS and BHS students. Money was -
needed for these speakers.We Pan ORANGE JUICE BUTTERINEMOTSi's
APPLE SAUCE
received contributions from BUTTER


year.various merchants donations Some civic for funds red organizations of bows were individuals which generatedfrom were last and $169 3/$1/ /

placed on Call Street during "Just $129.2/$109
Say No" week in May. We sold
T-shirU with our message imprintedon
them to students.Many shirts are iiv.A A
still being worn. School PTOs and
PTAs also contributed money to our
organization.
During Just Say No week In May 16 Oz.
students were given items such as Libby's 128 Oz. Spring/Distilled 6 Oz. Assorted

tags book, markers buttons,, rulers weepuls, pencils and ,book key FRUIT COCKTAIL FOOD LION WATER WHISKAS CAT FOODI

jackets. Most of these Items were --
purchased by F.A.D. ---:

would Our fund welcome balance contributions is very low.from We 69 C 2$109CKTAII / 3/89/ c

you or your civic organization to --
help us In this endeavor. You may <
call Adele Mitchell at 964-6758 if you
want to become involved. Our group
meets on the 4th Tuesday of each
month at the Vo-Tech Media Center.
We will be meeting this Tuesday,
Oct. 24, at 7:30.
On Thursday,Oct.26,we will\ havea
mini "Just Say No Day". We are
asking EVERYONE TO WEAR I e / .
RED. We would like to Invite mer-
chants to display anti-drug slogans
on their marquees.


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,!i way Una 237.60"feet to an Iron pipe and of said Section and run N 71 d.g 18 mln aid Section 3, a distance of 281.57 feetto

.... : \ .fl.. \ ; the Point of Beginning; thence continueN 56 sec W along sold Northerly right of the North right of way line of Ed. NOTICE OF PROPOSED
'If
i v."w' 'J' .j -It\' '. f. ''I'I'c' 71 deg 18 mln 56 sec W, along said way line, 1292.41 feet to an Iron pipe mends Drive, thence run South 71 deg IB ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY TOWN OF
RAIFORD FLORIDA
Northerly right of way line, 100.00 feet and the Point of Curve: thence run Northwesterly mln 56 sec E. along the North right of
i to an Iron pipe; thence run N 26 deg 01 along sold Northerly right of way line, 53568 feet to the of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed
point
.........- ....,-..,." ..." ..., ,-........."..._... .,,_....._ ................. _........ _.... .."...._,.,.........".1 mln 47 sec E, 201.65 feet to an Iron pipe way line with a curve concave curv., thence run Southeasterly along Ordinance, whose title
- --- the of line Southwesterly sold having a central hereinafter appear, will be consideredfor
on Southerly right way of Edmonds curve aid Northerly right of way line with a
IN THE Drive thence S of 01 deg 41 mln 17 first reading on the 14th day ofNovember
CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ; run 71 deg 18 mln angle sec a curve concave Southwesterly raid curv.
CIRCUIT
IN THE COURT, IN AND FOR
JUDICIAL 56 see E, along sold of radius of 1534.62 feet, an arc length of 1989 at the Raiford Town
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Southerly right having a central angle of 04 deg 37 mln Council
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 89.3.CA way line, 100.00 feet to an Iron pip.; 45.21 feet and a chord bearing and 59 sec, a radius of 437.05 feet and an arc meeting hall, commencing at
CASE NO. 89.111.CP ((1-4100) FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE. INC.. thence run S 26 deg 01 mln 47 sec W, distance of N 72 deg 09 min 35 sec W, length of 35.34 feet to the point of beginning 6:30 p.m., In the Town Council Room
Stat. Rood 121 Florida.
IN RE: Th. Estate of 201.65 feet to the Point of Beginning. 4521 feet to the Point of Beginning: ; thence run Southeasterly along Ralfard
Plaintiff' A of sold Ordlnanc. be Inspected
thence contlnu. Northwesterly along cop may
GLEN G. BENNETT Deceased Lake Villa Lakevlew old Northerly right of line with a
Sampson Lot 26 way
va aid Northerly right of line with a by any member. of the public at
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION SAMPSON LAKE PROPERTIES INC., a A parcel of land situated In Section 4 curv. concave Southwesterly way said curve curv.concave Southwesterly, said curve the Office of the Town Clerk In the Town
Th. administration of the estate of corporation: MELVIN L. KOSKI and of Township 7 South, Rang. 21 East having a central angle of 03 deg 44 mln having a central angl. of 13 deg 13 mln Council Hall, Raiford Florida. On the
GUN G. BENNETT Deceased. FII. No.: THELMA E. KOSKI his wife Bradford County, Florida; sold parcel being 03 radius of 1534.62 feet 25 sec a radius of 437.05 feet, an arc date first above-mentioned all Interested
sec, a an arc
89-1H-CP ((1-4100)), It pending In lh.Circuit Lot 26 of Sampson Lake Villas length of 100.87 feet and a chord bearIng parties and be
of 100.02 feet and chord bear- may appear
length a
Court for Bradford County, Florida. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Lakevlew as surveyed by Joseph G. and distance of S 40 deg 04 mln 13 heard
Ing and distance of N 74 deg 52 mln 16 with respect to this proposed Or
Probate Dlvl.lon the address of see E, 100.65 fet; thence run North 29
which It Notice li hereby given that pursuantto Knapp, Registered land Surveyor and dinance.AN .
see W, 100.00 feet, thence run N 11 deg
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark.. of being described deg 50 mln 02 sec E, 349.66 feet to the
final more particular/
summary (judgment as 45 min 24 sec E, 200.06 feet to the ORDINANCE GRANTING A NON.
Florida water of Lake thence
32091. foreclosure entered In the above- follows,: Sampson; run EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO SOUTH EAST
of line of Edmonds
Th. names and addresses of the per- captioned action, I will sell the property Commence at a concrete monument at Drive Southerly thence right run way Southeasterly along North 72 deg 27 min 45 sec W. along old 1 CABLESYSTEMS, INC.. A CORPORA.

onol representative and the personal/ situated In Bradford County, Florida, the Intersection of the Northerly right of aid Southerly; right of way line with a water 105.00 feet to a point bearing N TION ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS,
29 deg 29 mln 38 E from the of
representative's attorney or. set forth described as: way line of the Seaboard Coastline curve concave Southwesterly said curve sec point TO BUILD CONSTRUCT OPERATE AND
below.. Sampson Lake Villas lakevlew Lot IV Railroad right of way with the East line having a central angl. of 03 deg 47 mln beginning, thence run South 29 deg 29 MAINTAIN A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM
All lntrit persons are r.qulr.d to A parcel of land situated In Section 3, of said Section and run N 71 deg 18 mln 5S..c. a radius of 1734.62 feet, an arc mln 38 lee W, 327.13 feet to the point of IN THE TOWN OF RAIFORD FLORIDA,
fll. with this Court WITHIN THREE MON Township 7 South Range 21 East Brad:! 56 *ec W, along sold Northerly right of length of 115.0 feet and a chord bearingand beginning.Also AND SETTING FORTH CONDITIONS ACCOMPANYING
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ford County. Florida; said parcel being way line 337.60 feet to an Iron pipe and distance of S 75 deg 00 min 44 sec E, any lands lying between the THE GRANTING OF THIS
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims he Lot 19 of Lake Villas Lakevlew the Point of thence continueN above described lot and the water of
again eitate Sampson Beginning; 114.98 feet, thence run S 16 deg 02 mln Lak. FRANCHISE, AND PROVIDING FOR
and ((2)) any objection by any Interred as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp 71 deg 18 mln 56 sec W, along said 55 sec W, 200.02 feet to the Point of Sampson. ENACTMENT AND PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE
person to whom notice was mailed that Registered Land Surveyor and being Northerly right of way line, 100.00 feet Beginning, TOGETHER with all riparian and lit. EFFECTIVE DATE.
challenge the validity of the will the more particularly described as follows: to an Iron pip., thence run N 26 deg 01 toral right thereunto appertaining. DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER
qualification of the personal representative Commence at a concrete monument mln 47 sec E, 201.65 feat to an Iron pipeon Sampson Lake Villa Entrance lot 37XA At public salt to the highest and best TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
venue, or jurisdiction of the the Intersection of the Northerly right of the Southerly right of way line of Edmonds parcel of land situated In Section 4 bidder for cash at 11:00 a.m. on the 17th Post Offlc. Drawer 40
Court. way line of the Seaboard Coastline Drive; thence run S 71 deg 18 mln of Township 7 South Range 21 East, day of November 1989 at the front door Control I 234 Stark., Florida 32091
-All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Railroad right of way with the West line 56 sec E, along said Southerly right of Bradford County, Florida; said parcel being to the Bradford County Courthouse, In Itchg 10/19 ((904))964.8272
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. of sold Section 3 and run S71 deg 18 mln way line, 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe, Lot 37.X of Sampson Lake Villas Entrance Stark., Florida,
Publication of this Notice ho. begunon 56 sec E, along said Northerly right of thence run S 26 deg 01 mln 47 sec W, a* surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, CLERK CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
September 28 1939 way line, 262.40 feet to an Iron pipe and 201 65 feet to the Point of Beginning Registered Land Surveyor and being By Carol William JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD
for more particularly described as follows: Deputy Clerk FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Attorney Personal the of thence continueS
point Beginning; .
lake Villas lot 35-X
Sampson Entrance
Commence SIDNEY E. LEWIS, ESQUIREAttorney CASE NO. 87.161.CA
said at a concrete monument at
RepresentativeJOHNNY 18 mln 56 E Northerly -
: 71 deg sec along
A parcel of land situated In Section 4 the for Plaintiff IN RE Th. of
feet Intersection of the Northerly right of : Marriage
R. HOBBS, JR. P.A. right of line, 100.00 to an
way of Township 7 South, Range 21 East, line of the Seaboard Coastline 500 law Exchange Building JAMES J. LANGLEY, Husband,
P.O. Drawer 938 Iron pip.: thence run N 26 deg 01 min 47 way
theSoutherly Bradford County, Florida; said parcel being Railroad right of way with the East line 24 North Market Street and
Florida feet
Storke. 32091 201.65 Iron
sec E. to an pipe on
((904)) 964-5700 right of way IIn. of Edmonds Lot 35-X of Sampson Lake Villas Entrance of sold Section and run N 71 deg 18 mln Jacksonville Florida 32202 FLETA H. LANGLEY, Wife.
as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, 56 W said of 904355.9003 NOTICE OF SALE
,
Personal Representative: Drive; thence run N 71 deg 18 mln 56 sec sec along Northerly right
DENNIS G. BENNETT W. along said Southerly right of way Registered land Surveyor and being way line, 1292.41 feet to a concrete 2tchg 10/19.26 Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto
Rout. 1. Box 747 IIn., 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; thencerun mar. particularly described as follows: monumetn at the point of curve; thencerun Control 231W.137 an order of the Court enetered In the
Commence at a concrete monument at Northwesterly along said Northerly above captioned action I will sell the
Lawtey, Florida 32058 S 26 d.g 01 mln 47 sec W, 201.65 feet
to the Point of Beginning. the Intersection of the Northerly right of right of way line with a curve concave property situated In Bradford County
9/28 4tchg 10/19 way line of the Seaboard Coastline Southerly said curve having a central NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION Florida, described ps: :
Control No. 210 Sampson lake Villas lakevlew Lot 20 Railroad right of way with the East line angle of 05 deg 25 mln 20 sec, a radius of FOR CLOSING AND ABANDONMENTOF The W 1/2 of W 1/2 of lot 45 and 60
. . . . . . . .
.. A parcel of land situated In Section 3 of said Section 4 and run N 71 deg 56 and
.. sec 1534.62 feet, an arc length of 1"5.23 f..t A PORTION OF AN UNOPENED the E 1/2 of E 1/2 of Lot 46 and 59
NOTICE OF: ACTION of Township 7 South Rang. 21 East, W, along said Northerly right of way and a chord bearing and distance of N 74 UNUSED RECORDED PLATTED STREETSIN and the W 1/2 of W 1/2 of lot 44, and theE
BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUC Bradford County Florida; said parcel being line 1237.60 feet to an Iron pip. and the deg 01 mln 36 sec W, 1"5.18 feet to the WRIGHTS ADDITION TO THE 1/2 of E 1/2 of lot 43 that lie* North ofa
TION Lot 20 01 Sampson Lake Villas Point of Beginning, thence continue N 71 Point of Beginning: thence continue Northwesterly TOWN OF HAMPTON BRADFORD graded county road In Woodlawn Section .

IN RE: The License to practice of Construction Lokevlew as surveyed by Joseph G. deg 18 mln 56 sec W, along said:! Northerly along sold Northerly right of COUNTY II, Township 5 South, Range 22
Knapp Registered Land Surveyor and right of way line, 54.81 feet to on Iron way line with a curve concave FLORIDA, IN SECTION 30. East according to plat thereof recorded
ofGEORGE HOLIDAY being more particularly described as pipe and the point of curve, thence run Southwesterly said curve having a central TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST In Plat Book 1. Page 17, of the public
d/b/o follow: Northwesterly along said Northerly rightof angle of 03 deg 44 mln 03 ..c. a records of Bradford County. Florida,
Holiday 8 Son Const.
IT MAY CONCERN
Commence at a concrete monument way line with a curve concave radius of 1534.62 feet; an arc length of TO WHOM : at public sale, to the highest and best
,1225 Tom Hall Street the of the of Southwesterly said curve having a central You will take notice that In accordance
Intersection right
Northerly 100.02 f.et; and a chord bearing and bidder for cash at the main front entrance
Stark., Florla 32091 way line of the Seaboard Coastline angle of 01 deg 41 mln 17 sec, a distance of N 78 deg 36 mln 20 sec WW. with the provision of Section of the Bradford County Courthouse
f I CASE NO.0108786 Railroad right of way with the West line radius of 1534.62 feet, an arc length of 100.00 feet, thence run N 07 deg 27 mln 166.041 Florida Statutes, a public hear. In Starke, Florida, between 11:00:
LICENSE NO. RB 0017956 of sold Section 3 and run S 71 deg 18 mln 45.21 feet and a chord bearing and 53 sec E, 200.12 feet to the Southerly ing will be held by the City Commissionof a.m. and 2:00 p.m., on Wednesday
The Department of Professional 56 sec E, along said Northerly right of distance of N 72 deg 09 mln 35 sec W, right of way line of Edmonds Drive; the Town of Hampton Florida, In the November 8, 1989.
Regulation has filed an Administrative way line, 162.40 feet to an Iron pipe and 45.21 feet; thence run N 16 deg 02 mln 55 thence run Southesterly along said Hampton City Hall Hampton Florida RAY NORMAN
Ofcnplolnt against you,a copy of which the Point of Beginning, thence continueS sec E, 200.02 feet to the Southery right of Southerly right of way line of Edmonds November 14, 1989, at 7 o'clock P.M., on CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
may be obtained by contacting AttorneyRay 71 d.gl8 mln 56 see E, along sold Northerly way line of Edmonds Drive, thence run Drive; thence run Southeasterly along the Petition of Susan Faulkner as agent By Carol) William
for Florida National Bank of Stark.
Shop., 1940 N. Monroe Street right of way IIn., 100.00 feet to an Southeasterly along said Southerly rightof said Southerly right of way IIn. with a Deputy Clerk
7allaha..... Florida 32399.0782, ((904)) Iron pipe; thence run N 26 deg 01 min 47 way line with a curve concave curve concave Southerly sold curve have freeholder which petition was spread. HARRY B. MAHON ESQUIRE
of of the City
'4880062. sec E, 201.65 fet to an Iron pip. on (the Southwesterly said curve having a central ing a central angle of 03 deg 47 mln 55 upon the minutes a meeting MAHON FARLEY A McCAULIE P.A.
of line of Edmonds angle of 01 deg 47 min 50 sec, a of feet Commission held on October 10, 1989,
If no contact has been mad. Southerly right way sec, a radius:! 1734.62 an arc Attorney for Husband
by
the youcanc.rnlng Drive; thence run N 71 d.g 18 mln 56 tec radius of 1734.62 feet on arc length of I.ngth of 115.00 feet and a chord bearIng requesting that said Commission close 350 E.Adam Street Control 237
above by November 16, W, along said Southerly right of way 54.41 feet and a chord bearing and and distance of S 78 deg 48 mln 39 and abandon that portion of an unopened Jacksonville, Fl 32202 2tchg 10/19-26 .
1989. the matter of the Administrative line, 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe, thencerun distance of S 72 deg 12 mln 51 sec E, sec E, 114.98 feet; thence run S 11 d.g"5 unused recorded, platted street ((904)) 54.4300
Complaint will b. presented at an ensuIng S 26 deg 01 mln 47 sec W, 201.65 feet 54.41 feet, thence run S 71 deg 18 mln 56 mln 24 sec W, 200.06 feet to the Point of hereinafter described, and renounce FLORIDA BAR NO. 049690 _'
meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn to the Point of Beginning sec E, along said Southerly right of way Beginning and disclaim any right of City of Hampton
NOTICE OF INTENTION
an Informal proceedings. line 60.59 feet; thence run S 20 deg 20 Florida and the public In and to the
10/12 4tchg 1102 Sampson lake Villas lakevtew. Lot 25 min 24 sec W, 200.08 feet to the Point of Sampson lake Villas lot 17 land lying within said portion of void TO REGISTER
Control No. 217, PO No.31547 A parcel of land situated In Section 4 Beginning. A parcel of land situated In Fractional street sold recorded platted street being FICTITIOUS NAME
A of Township 7 South Range 21 East described follows* Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
3 of Township 7 South, Range 21 East a*
Bradford Florida, said parcel being Sampson lake Villas Entrance Lot 36-X Bradford County, Florida; said parcel being Hampton Beach Road as described In Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
STARKECjHURCH: County' A of land situated In Section 4 J. H. JAMES H. RAULER-
Lot Sampson Lake Villas parcel Lot 17 of Sampson Lak. Villas as Wright s Addition per plat of the Town of undersigned or
Lakevlew as surveyed by Joseph G. of Township 7 South, Rang. 21 East surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, Hampton In Plat Book 3, Page 7, of the SON Rout. 4, Box 1955 Stark., Florida
OF GOD Knapp Registered Land Surveyor and Bradford County, Florida; said parcel being Registered Land Surveyor and being Public Recordi of Bradford County 32091 sole ownr doing business under

..22 N. 51. Clair 964-5445 being more particularly described as Lot 36-X of Sampson Lak. Villas En. more particularly described as follows,: Florida. All Interested parties may appear the firm name of WRANGLER EQUIPMENT .

Joh rot ln.I'bstOl.- follows: trance as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, Commence at a concrete monument at and be heard at the time and place CO., or WRANGLER EQUIPMENT,
Wofav/hff<'rowofihlpwttrTla -.-Commence: at a concrete monument at Registered land Surveyor and being the Intersection of the Northerly right of above specified' :! Route 4, Box 1555 Starke, Florida 32091
/ ; the Intersection of the Northerly right of more particularly described as follows: way line of the Seaboard CoastlineRailroad Dated this 10th day of October, 1989. Intends to register said fictitious name
nded Nursery' way line of the Seaboard Coastline Commence at a concrete monument at right of IIn. with the West CITY COMMISSION OF THE under the aforesaid itatute.
Sunday School .llllllulllllllllllllllll \Q gm. Railroad right of way with the East line the Intersection of the Northerly right of line of sold Section way 3, and run N 00 deg CITY OF HAMPTON, FLORIDA. Dated this 17th day of October 1989

Morning Worshlp ..._...__.-_. 11 am. of said Section and run N 71 deg 18 mln way line of the Seaboard Coastline 27 mln 29 sec W, along the West line of By the Clerk In Bradford County.
Evening Service ?..-__-.,-._. 6 pm 56 sec W, along said Northerly right of Railroad right of way with the East line Control! 232 !tchll 10/19 4tpd 10/19-11/9

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Carni'lJas doublewide gas grill, and a 19" color being held on a Nintendo game. and that's for sure'of:.the. so I Hitcha
I event year
t.I TV. $1 tickets are being sold by BE fried fish dinners will kick-off the Tickets are being sold by students this biggest the witch's broom and
students and will be available at the Halloween festivities at Lawtey and will also be available at the car ride on while there' stillroom
together. All elementary age boys carnival. school at 5 p.m. 1500 pounds ol nival. come on down
and girls will receive a "goodie bag" BBQ chicken dinners will be sold mullet have been ordered so bring The usual carnival booths will in- I IStarlte
for dressing up and marching. and served from 5:30-8: p.m. your biggest appetite to savor these clude Bingo dunkin' booth haunted Elementary...
Featured at the carnival will be Come one, come all! Ghosts and fish dinners which include baked house hot dogs, hamburgers popcorn -
Bingo, cake walk, dunkin' booth, goblins galore surely will be in beans, french fries cole slaw and ice candied apples and soft Friday, October 27...
haunted house, crazy tunnel fishpond store! tea at a cost of only $3.50 each. drinks. A costume parade will be Starke Elementary will be havinga
hayrides, and many other ac- held at 5 p.m. Fall Fun-Day all day long on Friday
tivities. Lawtey School. Raffle tickets are being sold on a The square dance group is havinga Students and parents will be
There will be a raffle for a Brown- Browning automatic 12 gauge Model Chinese Auction to raise money for participating in this fun-filled day
Hampton Elementary... Ing 12 gauge automatic shotgun, a Saturday. Oct. 28 A500 a VCR and a color TV. A the carnival also. No evening activities are scheduled.
Friday, Oct. 27 Carnival... 30.30 rifle, a $200 gift certificate a. Lawtev's traditional smoked and separate raffle for students only Is Downtown Lawtey will be hoppin':
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From 5-9 p.m., Hampton Elemen-
tary will have its carnival. Raffle
tickets for a 19" color TV,
microwave and ceiling fan are now i-: USDA Choice BeefLONDON
being sold for $1 each by students.
There will be a concession stand .
with the usual items such as drinks I_ rI
hot dogs, hamburgers, etc.
Featured booths will include hay : I I 'I I
rides Bingo football toss frisbee
tic-tac-toe, lollipop pull dragon
crawl and cake walk. ROAST BROIL AND
Costume judging will be held at 5 _
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all come dressed in your
hauntingly finest, for all to see!

Southside ElementaryFriday / TOP ROUND

Oct. 27 Carnival... .
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Booths at Southside will include _I _
Pumpkin Bowling Go-fish, Pencil Lb.
pull, Candy castle, Jack-O-Lantern ROAST
squirt Bean bag toss, Treasure p _
(chest Basketball throw, Photo pins, G SUN._MON. TUES._WED. TNUR. FBI._SAT.
Cakewalk, Basketball throw, Photo 16 17 18 J 19 20 21
pins. Makeup Booth, Fingernail
decorating Bubble gum chance, 22
balloons on stick and snow cones. Prices In this ad good Monday,
Also available will be Food and Oct. 16 thru Sunday, Oct. 22, 1989.
Fun store, Funnel cakes and pop--
corn. Hamburgers and cokes will be
sold by the Kiwanis Club, with pro-
fits going to Southside Elementary.Two HOlly
Moonwalks will be featured Far 0
this year, aong! with the dunkin' Small Or JS! Grade A
booth.Bingo, and the haunted house.
Sounds like a pile of fun is in store Pack
so you won't want to miss this big CIIICK m teil
event!
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Brooker Elementary ( tHIGHS _

Saturday Oct. 28 1\\
Brooker will begin their carnival
events with a Parade forming at the _Ld4t:! I-_ J_ _
Brooker Subdivision at 4 p.m. The Red Delicious Or
march to Brooker Elementary will
: .m. Adults and kids are
encouraged to dress and parade ROME


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Jim Bray, a professional make-up 1
artist will present a free monster Classic
make-up session at the Bradford l9
County Public Library Saturday CLb

Oct.Bray 21, from will demonstrate 12 noon till 2 p.m.tricks of }5 Lb. Bag

the trade. Come as you are and leaveas 89
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Going Strong Crisp icebergLETTUCE

Families Against Drugs (F.A.D.) Gallon
held their monthly meeting Tuesday PABST &
Sept. 27 at the Vo-Tech Media
Center. F.A.D. was organized two Blue Grapes Red )
years ago by individuals who were 9 ,
concerned with growing problems of 4 PABST LT. Or White
illegal drug and alcohol use.
Statistics are frightening, par- 12/24pkcn SEEDLESSGRAPES
ticularly of widespread use among /
young people.It '
is a known fact that enough Lb $ 49
jails' cannot be built to handle the 7
offenders. The only way to make
significant change is through our
children. It is the goal of this
organization to teach our children 'Lb. \ Head
about illegal drugs and alcohol. If
the market is removed the numberof -

reduce Last drug year greatly.offenders F.A.D.and spent sellers$8,174.17in will EXTRA I1'4VAiff! \ l I_)0

an attempt to make a difference in -
our community. We had a float in the
BHS Homecoming Parade and the .
Christmas Parade. Elementary 3 Oz BeefChickenPork10 Oz. Frozen Sausage/Hambur-
children helped to make the decora- 16 0 Z, Assorted MushroomNegetable Beef ger/Pepperoni/Sausage & 3 Lb. Tub S read

tions from for each the elementary floats. Five school children and PFEIFFER DRESSINGS RAMEN PRIDE NOODLES Pepperoni/Cheese PARKAY MAR ARINE

five children from BMS were chosen CHEF BOY AR DEE PIZZA
by their representative schools to \
ride on one of the floats.F.A.D. gave 09 $
each child (and each school $1 {;.: age avhsr
chaperone) a T-shirt with our fRC ," '" "'tc

message, YOU CAN MAKE THE :I ',. .,.. .tl_ .,': u ">' .
DIFFERENCE, imprinted on them. ;
We had a motivational speaker, OCC 1 j' e -
Ray Pelletier come to BHS to talk to
students about illegal drug and
alcohol use. A professional athlete
Tony Bishop came and spoke to 18 Oz. Smooth Or Crunchy 16 Oz. Greer 64 Oz. Carton Old South 9.5 Oz. Regular/Bran BiscuitsBUTTERMENOTS
BMS and BHS students. Money was 1
needed for these speakers.We UTTER APPLE SAUCE ORANGE JUICE
received contributions from PEANUTPeter


year.various merchants donations Some civic for funds red organizations of bows were individuals which generatedfrom were last and $169 3/$1/ "$129 JI$109

placed on Call Street during "Just
Say No" week in May. We sold _
T-shirts with our message imprintedon ; :
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them to students.Many shirts are _
still being worn. School PTOs and
PTAs also contributed money to our I
organization.
Just Say No week in May 6 Oz. Assorted
During 16 Oz. Libby's 128 Oz. Spring/Distilled -
items such _
students were given as
book markers rulers pencils key FRUIT COCKTAIL FOOD LION WATER I WHISKAS CAT FOOD
tags, buttons weepuls and book
jackets. Most of these items were

purchased Our fund by balance F.A.D.is very low. We hrj -
2$10989/
69 /
would welcome contributions from I
you or your civic organization to RUIt
1.
help us In this endeavor. You may ,
call Adele Mitchell at 964-675811 you
want to become involved. Our
each
meets on the 4th Tuesday of
month at the Vo-Tech Media Center.
We will be meeting this Tuesday,
Oct. 24, at 7:30. III i t 1 1 0 1 1t

On Thursday Oct.26,we will havea
mini "Just Say No Day", We are
asking EVERYONE TO WEAR 1.
RED. We would like to invite mer-
chants to display anti-drug sloganson
their marquees.


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"1 1ri1 1I I way (line 237.60 feet to an Iron pip and of sold Section and run N 71 deg 18 mln said Section 3, a distance) of 281.57 feetto

the Point of Beginning; thence continueN 56 sec W, along sold Northerly right of the North of line of Edmonds NOTICE OF PROPOSED
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i I 11/I i' I 1: (. i.( I 71 deg 18 mln 56 see W, along said war: line, 1292.41 feet to an Iron pip. Drlv.; thence run South 71 deg 18 ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE/
7\J [ Northerly right of way line, 100.00 feet the Point of Curve; thence run Northwesterly mln 56 sec E, along the North right of BY TOWN OF RAIFORD FLORIDA
to Iron thence N 26 01 along said Northerly right of NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that the pro-
an pipe; run deg way line, 555.68 feet to the of
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...... ._........ ... .... ,....... .m. .' .. "c..1IN sec curve; thence run Southeasterly along hereinafter
the Southerly right of way line of Edmonds Southwesterly sold curve having a central said Northerly right of line with a appears will be consideredfor
THE CIRCUIT COURT Drive; thence run S 71 deg 18 mln angle of 01 deg 41 mln 17 sec a curve concave Southwesterly way sold curve first reading on the 14th day of
EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
COURT 56 E told of radius of 1534.62 feet an arc length of November 1989 at the Rolford Town
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD FLORIDA sec along Southerly right having a central' angle of 04 deg 37 mln
COUNTY Council hall
BRADFORD COUNTY way line, 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; 45.21 feet and a chord bearing and S9 sec. a radlu of 437.09 feet and an arc meeting commencing at
CASE NO. FLORIDA CASE NO.89.3.CA thence run S 26 deg 01 mln 47 sec W, distance of N 72 deg 09 mln 35 sec W length of 39.34 feet to the point of beginning 6:30 p.m., In the Town Council) Room,
89-111-CP((1.4100) FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAGE INC., State Rood 121, Rallord, Florida.A .
IN RE: The Estate of 201.65 feet to the Point of Beginning.Sampson 45.21 feet to the Point of Beginning; ; thence run Southeasterly along
Plaintiff of said Ordinance be Inspected
thence continue Northwesterly along copy may
GLEN G. BENNETT Lake Villa Lakevlew 26 aid Northerly right of way line with a
Deceased Lot
vs sold Northerly right of way line with a by any member of the public at
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION SAMPSON LAKE PROPERTIES INC.. a A parcel of land situated In Section 4 curve concave Southwesterly sold curve curve concave Southwesterly aid curve the Office of the Town Clerk In the Town
Th. administration of the estate of corporation; MELVIN L. KOSKI and of Township 7 South Range 21 East having a central angle of 03 deg 44 mln having a central angle of 13 deg 13 mln Council Hall, Raiford, Florida. On the
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GLEN G. BENNETT Deceased File No.: THELMA E. KOSKI his wife, Bradford County, Florida; sold parcel being 03 sec a radius of 1534.62 feet on arc sec a radius of 437.09 feet an arc. date first above-mentioned all Interested
89-111-CP ((1-4100)), !I. pending In the Clr- Lot 26 of Sampson take Villas length of 100.02 feet and a chord bear. length of 100.87 feet and a chord bearIng parties/ may appear and be
cult Court for Bradford County Defendants.NOTICE lakevlew as surveyed by Joseph G. and distance of S 40 deg O4 min 13 heard with
Florida OF SALE Ing and distance of N 74 deg 52 mln 16 respect to this proposed Or
.Probate Division the address of which li Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantlo Knapp Registered Land Surveyor and sec W, 100.00 feet; thence run N 11 d.g sec E, 100.65 feet; thence run North 29 dinance.AN .
Bradford County Courthouse Stark. summary final Judgment of being more partlculary described as 45 mln 24 sec E, 200.06 feet to the deg 50 mln of Lake 02 see E, 349.66 feet to thewaters ORDINANCE GRANTING A NON
Florida 32091. foreclosure entered In the above- follows: Southerly right of way line of Edmonds Sampson; thence run EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO SOUTH EAST
Th. nom. and addresses of the per- captioned action I will sell the property Commence at a concrete monument at Drive; thence run Southeasterly along! North 72 deg 27 min 45 sec W, along saidwaters 1 CABLESYSTEMS INC., A CORPORA
onal representative and the personal situated In Bradford County Florida the Intersection of the Northerly right of said Southerly right of way line with a 105.00 feet to a point bearing N TION ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS
line of the Seaboard CoastlineRailroad 29 deg 29 mln 38 sec E, from the point of
representative's attorney ore set forth described a*: way curve concave Southwesterly sold curve TO BUILD, CONSTRUCT OPERATE AND
below... Sampson Lake Villa. Lakevlew Lot 19 right of way with the East line having a central angle of 03 deg 47 mln beginning; thence run South 29 deg 29 MAINTAIN A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEMIN
Interested persons or. required to A parcel of land situated In Section 3. of told Section 4 and run N 71 deg 18 mln 55 sec a radius of 1734.62 feet an arc mln 38 sec W, 327.13 feet to the point of THE TOWN OF RAIFORD FLORIDA

file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON Township 7 South Range 21 East, Brad 56 sec W, along said Northerly right of length of 115.0 feet and a chord bearingand beginning.Also AND SETTING FORTH CONDITIONS ACCOMPANYING
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ford County Florida; said parcel being way line 337.60 feet to an Iron pipe and distance of S 75 deg 00 mln 44 sec E, any lands 'lying between the THE GRANTING OF THIS
NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the ..tot. Lot 19 of Sampson Lake Villas Lakevlewa the Point of Beginning; thence continueN 114.98 feet thence run S 16 deg 02 mln lake above described lot and the water of FRANCHISE AND PROVIDING FOR

and ((2)) any objection by any Interned surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp 71 deg IB mln 56 sec W, along said 55 sec W, 200.02 feet to the Point of Sampson. ENACTMENT AND PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE
person to whom notice wen mailed that Registered Land Surveyor and being Northerly right of way line, 100.00 feet Beginning. TOGETHER with all riparian and lit EFFECTIVE DATE.
challenge the validity of the will the more particularly described as follows: to an Iron pipe; thence run N 26 deg 01 toral right thereunto appertaining.. DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER
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Sampson Lake Villa Entrance lot 37-X At public sale to the and best
mln 47 E 201.65 feet Iron highest
qualification of the personal Commence at a concrete monument at sec to an pipeon TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
represen- A parcel of land situated In Section 4 bidder for cash, 11:00 the 17th
at
tatlve of the Southerly right of tine of Edmonds a.m. on
venue, or Jurisdiction of the the Intersection of the Northerly right way _. Post Office Drawer
of Township 7 South 21 East day of November, 1989 at the front door -
Court. way line of the Seaboard Coastline Drive; thence run S 71 deg 18 mln Rang. to7ii Stork. Florida 32091
-ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Railroad right of way with the West line 56 sec E, along said Southerly right of Bradford County Florida; sold parcel being to the Bradford County Courthouse, In log ((904)) 964-8272
18 mln line, 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe: Lot 37-X of Sampson Lake Villas Entrance Stark., Florida.
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. of said Section 3 and run S 71 deg way
Publication of this Notice hat begunon 56 sec E, along said Northerly right of thence run S 26 deg 01 mln 47 sec W, as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
and 201.65 feet to the Point of Beginning.Sampson Registered Land Surveyor and being Carol Williams JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
September 28, 1989.Attorney way line, 262.40 feet to an Iron pipe
more particularly described follows Clerk COUNTY FLORIDA
as : Deputy
for Personal the of thence continueS
point Beginning; Lake Villas Lei 35-X
Entrance -
Commence at a concrete monument at SIDNEY E. LEWIS ESQUIRE CASE NO. 87-161-CA
Representative: 71 deg 18 mln 56 sec E, along sold Northerly A parcel of land situated In Section 4
the Intersection ol the Northerly right ofnllne Attorney for Plaintiff IN RE: The Marriage of
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. P.A. right of way line, 100.00 feet to an of 7 South 21
Township Range East of the Seaboard Coastline 500 Law Exchange Building JAMES J. LANGLEY Husband,
P.O. Drawer 938 Iron pipe; thence run N 26 deg 01 mln 47 Bradford Florida said being
County ; parcel right of way with the East line 24 North Market StrtJock.onvlll. and
Stark. Florida 32091 sec E. 201.65 feet to an line Iron of pipe Edmonds on the lot 35-X of Sampson Lake Villas Entrance of said Section 4 and run N 71 deg 18 mln ., Florida 32202 FLETA H. LANGLEY Wife.
((904)) 964-5700 Southerly right of way as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, 904-355-9003
56 sec W, along said Northerly right of NOTICE OF SALE
56
Drive; thence run N 71 deg 18 mln sec
Personal Representative: sold of Registered Land Surveyor and being way line, 1292.41 feet to a concrete 2tchg 10/19-26 Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
W, along Southerly right way
DENNIS G. BENNETT thane more particularly described as follows:: monumetn at the point of curve; thencerun Control 231W.137 to an order of the Court enetered In the
line, 100.00 feel to an Iron pipe;
Rout. 1, Box 747Lawtay. Commence at a concrete monument at
said above
Northwesterly along Northerly captioned action, I will sell the
feel
S 26 deg 01 min 47 sec W, 201.65
Florida 32058 run the of the of
Intersection Northerly right right of way line with a curve concave property situated in Bradford County
9128.tchg 10/19 to the Point of Beginning. way line of the Seaboard CoastlineRailroad Southerly sold curve having a central NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION Florida, described ps:

Control No. 210 Sampson Lake Villa LakevlewLot 20 right of way with the East line angle of 05 d.g25 mln 20 sec, a radius of FOR CLOSING AND ABANDONMENTOF The W 1/2 of W 1/2 of Lots 49 and 60
. . . . . . . .... . A parcel of land situated In Section 3 of sold Section and run N 71 deg 56 sec 1534.62 feet an arc length of 145.23 feet A PORTION OF AN UNOPENED and the E 1/2 of E 1/2 of Lots 46 and 59
"'NOTICE OF ACTION of Township 7 South Rang 21 East W, along sold Northerly right of way and a chord bearing and distance of N 74 UNUSED RECORDED PLATTED STREETSIN and the W 1/2 of W 1/20f Lot 44, and theE
BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUC Bradford County Florida; said parcel being line, 1237.60 feet to an Iron pipe and the deg 01 mln 36 sec W, "145.18 feet to the WRIGHT'S ADDITION TO THE 1/2 of E 1/2 of Lot 43 that lies North ofa
TION Lot 20 of Sampson Lake Villas Point of Beginning; thence continue N 71 Point of Beginning; thence continue Northwesterly TOWN OF HAMPTON BRADFORD graded county rood In Woodlawn, Section

IN RE: The License to practice of Construction LaKaview a* surveyed by Joseph G. deg 18 mln 56 sec W, along sold Northerly along sold Northerly right of COUNTY. 11, Township 5 South Range 22
Knapp Registered Land Surveyor and right of way line 54.81 feet to an Iron way line with a curve concave FLORIDA IN SECTION 30 East according to plot thereof recordedIn
ofGEORGE HOLIDAY being more particularly described a* pipe and the point of curve; thence run Southwesterly sold curve having a central TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST Plat Book 1. Page 17, of the public
follows: Northwesterly along said Northerly rightof angle of 03 deg 44 mln 03 sec, a record of Bradford County Florida,
d/b/o Holiday A Son Const. Commence at a concrete monument at way line with a curve concave radius of 1534.62 feet; an arc length of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: at public sale, to the highest and best
1225 Tom Hall Street the Intersection of the Northerly right of Southwesterly said curve having a central 100.02 feet; and a chord bearing and You will take notice that In accordance bidder for cash at the main front entrance
Stork.. Florla 32091 way line of the Seaboard CoastlineRailroad angle of 01 deg 41 mln 17 sec, a distance of N 78 deg 36 mln 20 sec WW with the provisions of Section of the Bradford County Courthouse
'"' i CASE NO. 0108786 right of way with the West line radius of 1J34.62 feet an arc length of 100.00 feet; thence run N 07 deg 27 mln 166.041, Florida Statutes, a public hear In Starke, Florida between 11:00
f LICENSE NO. RB 0017956 of sold Section 3 and run S 71 deg 18 min 45.21 feet and a chord bearing and 53 sec E, 200.12 feet to the Southerly ing will be held by the City Commission a.m. and 2:00 p.m., on Wednesday
The Department of Professional 56 see E, along old Northerly right of distance of N 72 deg 09 mln 35 sec W, right of way line of Edmonds Drive; ol. the Town of Hampton Florida, In the November 8, 1989.
Regulation has filed an Administrative way line, 162.40 feel to an Iron pip. and 45.21 feet; thence run N 16 deg 02 min 55 thence run Southesterly along sold Hampton City Hall Hampton Florida RAY NORMAN
Complaint against you-a copy of which the Point of Beginning thence continueS sec E, 200.02 feet to the Southery right of Southerly right of way line of Edmonds November 14, 1989, at 7 o'clock P.M., on CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy
may be obtained by contacting Attorney 71 deg 18 mln 56 sec E, along said Northerly way (line of Edmonds Drive; thence run Drive; thence run Southeasterly along the Petition of Susan Faulkner, a.agent Carol Williams
for Florida National Bonk of Stark,
Ray Shape, 1940 N. Monroe Street, right of way line 100.00 feet to an Southeasterly along said Southerly rightof sold Southerly right of way line with a Deputy Clerk
freeholder which
Florida Iron pipe: thence run N 26 deg 01 mln 47 way line with a curve concave curve concave Southerly sold curve having petition wo spread HARRY B. MAHON ESQUIRE
Tallahassee, 32399-0782 ((904))
sec E, 201.65 feet to an Iron pin on the Southwesterly said curve having a central a central angle of 03 deg 47 mln 55 upon the minutes of a meeting of the City MAHON FARLEY & McCAULIE P.A.
4880062. Southerly right of way line of Edmonds angle of 01 d.g"7 mln 50 sec, a sec, a radius of 1734.62 feet; an arc Commission held on October 10, 1989. Attorney for Husband
If no contact has been made by you radius of 1734.62 feet, an arc length of of feet and chord requesting that said Commission close
Drive; thence run N 71 deg 18 min 56 sec length 115.00 a baring 350 E.Adams Street Control 237
concerning the above by November 16, W, along sold Southerly right of way 54.41 feet and a chord bearing and and distance of S 78 deg 48 mln 39 and abandon that portion of an unopened Jacksonville, Fl 32202 2tcha 10/19-26 .
1989 the matter of the Administrative line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; thencerun distance of S 72 deg 12 min 51 sec E, sec E, 114.98 feet; thence run S 11 deg 45 unused recorded platted street ((904))-:354.4300
Complaint will be presented at an ensuing S 26 deg 01 min 47 Gee W. 201.65 feet 54.41 feet; thence run S 71 deg 18 mln 56 mln 24 sec W, 200.06 feet to the Point of hereinafter described, and renounce FLORIDA BAR NO. 049690 _'
meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn to the Point of Beginning.Sampson sec E, along said Southerly right of way Beginning. and disclaim any: right of City of Hampton NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
an Informal proceedings. line 60.59 feet; thence run S 20 deg 20 Florida and the public In and to the
10/l24tchg 1102 Lake Villas Lakevlew. Lot 25 mln 24 sec W, 200.08 feet to the Point of Sampson Lake Villas Lot 17 land lying within said portion of sold REGISTER
Control A parcel of land situated In Section 4 Beginning. A parcel of land situated in Fractional street said recorded platted street being FICTITIOUS NAME
No. 217 PO No. 31547
A ; of Township 7 South Range 21 East 3 of Township 7 South, Range 21 East described as follow: Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
Bradford Florida;: said parcel beIng Sampson lake Villas Entrance Lot 36-X Bradford County Florida;sold parcel being Hampton Beach Road a* described In Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
STARKECHURCH: Lot CountT' Sampson Lake Villas A parcel of land situated In Section 4 Lot 17 of Sampson Lake Villas as Wright' Addition per plat of the Town of undersigned J. H. or JAMES H. RAULER-
Lakevlew as surveyed by Joseph G. of Township 7 South Range 21 East surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp Hampton In Plat Book 3, Page 7, of the SON Route 4, Box 1555 Stark., Florida
OF GOD Knapp Registered Land Surveyor and Bradford County Florida; said parcel being Registered Land Surveyor and being Public Record of Bradford County. 32091, sole owner doing business under

422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 being more particularly described as Lot 36-X of Sampson Lake Villas Entrance more particularly described as follows: Florida. All Interested parties may appear the firm name of WRANGLER EQUIP
surveyed by Joseph G. Knopp.Regl.ter.d MENT CO., or WRANGLER EQUIPMENT
follow: as Commence at a concrete monument and be heard at the time and place
Jon ro lI .J'bstor. Land 4 Box 1555, Starke, Florida 32091
Surveyor.and being Rout. .
monument at above '
.Cammonc* eta concrete the Intersection of the Northerly right of specified.
We Inv, ty v 'PM1f US the Intersection of the Northerly right of more particularly described as follows: way line of the Seaboard Coastline Dated this 10th day of October, 1989. Intends to register said fictitious name
nded Nursery' way line of the Seaboard Coastline Commence at a concrete monument at Railroad right of way line with the West CITY COMMISSION OF THE under the aforesaid statute.

Sunday School ......................?. 10 am Railroad right of way with the East line the Intersection of the Northerly right of line of said Section 3, and run N 00 deg CITY OF HAMPTON. FLORIDA. Doted this 17th day of October, 1989
Morning Worship .".._?.-............ 11 am of said Section and run N 71 deg 18 mln way line of the Seaboard CoastlineRailroad 27 mln 29 sec W, along,the West line ofAllen's Btf the Clerk In Bradford County.
Evening ServIce _...<**....<....,.*,.. 6 pin 56 sec W, along said Northerly right of right of way with the East line Control 232 !Itchg 10/19 4tpd 10/19.11/9

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Hampton HilitesBy St. Edward's News. '. ;


Dolores Mrng Seniors HonoredOn .,.. ,. ..; ::".
Phone IfiH-lUlS! 1

Recuperating... Sunday evening Oct. 8, Bradford County Senior Citizens were :.,
honored with a covered dish dinner in the parish hall, hosted by the St. Ed ..
Mrs. Louise Mattheus has returned home following recent surgery in ward's Altar Society. Father William Hochhelm welcomed guests and led J. .
Jacksonville. We wish her a speedy recovery! the blessing before dinner. .

Welcome Back... Following the meal, entertainment was provided by The Jewelettes, an /,':. : ;
active eight member group of the Macclenny Women's Club. Mrs. Jewel "" .I .
On Monday Oct. 16, the Friendly Fruit and Vegetable Market at US 301
and Hwy. 18 opened with a fresh stock of produce. Morris who organized the group and composed\ music and words for selec- '
tions led the ladies in renditions of amusing songs and dancing numbers. ,
Late Oct. Birthdays... They were attired in attractive costumes reminiscent of the Gay Nineties

Oct. 15--Amanda Heine. 16--Amanda Flanagan; 18-Lynn Hall. 19--Dawn period. t
Manning; 20--Donnie Brown, David Gatlm, Alicia Baker; 21-Wayne Mrs. Morris explained that the ladies have a busy schedule which included .

Kerschner; 23-Jaimee Page Hughes, Kevin Meng; 24-Robert Broome, entertaining at various nursing homes, hospitals, and clubs in the Mac-
Brian Lott; 2S-Elvie Rigdon, Kevin Rupkey; 27-Luclan Bradley; clenny and Jacksonville areas. Accompanying Mrs. Morris were Mildred
28--Misty Koehler, Heather La lone. Garnet Studer; 29-Jessie Keaton; Wolfe (entertaining as a clown), Louise Witt (a former parishioner of St.

30--Patricia( Meng, Victoria Zacek; 3l--Polly Woods. Edward's), Bess Crump, Lane Alton, Lillian Parker, Mabel Brazil, and '.
Betty Dorman who assisted as chauffeur and costume changer. Mrs. Mor- .
Hampton Elem. School ris led the audience in a sing-along of familiar tunes.
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Drug Prevention... Muriel Gilhooly introduced Dorothy Benson, President of the Bradford ;

On Monday, animated robots visited classrooms as part of the ongoing Senior Citizens Club. She thanked those who provided food and entertain .
Drug Prevention Program, courtesy of the Sheriff's Dept. ment for the guests.
On Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 10 a.m., a Black Hawk helicopter is scheduled to Food tables were covered with white cloths and centered with vases of Colonel and Mrs. James R. Rogers Iif i' :

land at the school. This is from the Customs Dept. in Jacksonville,also pro roses. The dessert table held an arrangement of fresh autumn flowers. r"
moting the Drug Prevention Program. Among those in charge of arrangements for this affair were Toni Coss Theme Used
Colorful 'Hoe-down'
Halloween Carnival... Altar Society President, Zita Shuford, Sophie Kimutis, Ruth Meng and

The Hampton Halloween Carnival will be held at the school on Friday, Sallye Annual Scoggins.Bazaar"An At Promotion Party for RogersBy

Oct. 27 from 5-9 p.m. Tickets are available for the Nintendo to be given m
the children's raffle. The other prize tickets on sale consist of a 19" color Old Fashioned Holiday" is the theme of the bazaar planned for Kathy Prevatt

TV, microwave oven and a ceiling fan. Donations of Halloween articles Saturday, Nov. 4 in St. Edward's Parish Hall. Soup, sandwiches, and Colonel and Mrs. James E. Rogers Jr., were hosts at an oldfashionedcountry
and help will be appreciated for this annual fun-filled event. desserts will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. western hoe down last Friday evening at the Camp Blanding Of-
The craft items will include handmade articles for decorating and gifts ficer's Club. The event was in celebration of Col. Rogers'recent promotionto

The bakery booth will provide cakes, cookies, candies, breads and pies.. full Colonel with the Florida Army National Guard.
Spring Arts Festival Seeking ApplicantsArtists' The White Elephant Treasures will feature books, toys, kitchen and shop Col. Rogers has served as Post Commander of the Camp Blanding Train-

items,jewelry and antiques. Everyone is invited to attend this celebration. ing Site since October 1988, and has served 33 consecutive years with the
applications for the 21st Annual Spring Arts Festival on April 7-8, Florida Army National Guard.

1990, in Gainesville, are now available. Media include painting, graphics, Guests, outfitted in every type of western gear were met with a congenial -

photography, fiber, jewelry, wood, clay, glass, metal and sculpture. Christmas { "howdy" by Col. & Mrs. Rogers. Nearly 600 guests were "lassoed"'or
Bazaar Set for November 10
Application deadline is January 10. For an application or information this occasion.It .
about other of the festival, write Spring Sarts Festival, P.O. Box
parts The Bradford was a feast for the eyes and ears as well as the palate. The walkway to
Hospital will be Christmas
Auxiliary having Bazaar
1530, Gainesville, Fl. 32602, or call Nancee Clark, (904)) 372-1976. a on The
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Friday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bradford Hospital. the club set the mood with bales of hay, chickens, pumpkins.
l Featured at the Bazaar will be numerous hand-made crafts, along with theme continued in the foyer with an arrangement of farm implements and

Karate Master Ilosenbeck Given Surprise PartyThe chili, 13-Bean soup, sandwiches and desserts. Please note that the dessertswill pumpkins around a saddle centerpiece. In the main dining hall, the mantel
be offered by the slice and individual whole cakes, breads and pies.. sported western artifacts arranged around a guitar. Scarecrows and silK .
Starke Karate School gave a surprise party on Tuesday. Oct. 17 at Dessertszaar has been an annual event for the Auxiliary for the past three flower bouquets in fall colors blended to complete the atmosphere. The
the old armory on US 301 to recognize the fifth anniversary of their instructor years. Proceeds are used to support various projects, such as scholar patio and stage area were decked out in similar style, authentically car-
Master Richard Rosenbeck, with the school. ships, equipment for the hospital and other projects. ried out by Mrs. George Roberts and Col. Rogers' wife, Joan.A .
The party, organized by Miss Gina Safer, was attended by nearly 100 spread of "larrupm vittles", dressed up by a multi-colored balloon ar-
students who arrived at 7 p.m., with Mr. Rosenbeck arriving at 7:30 p.m. rangement, featured such favorites as boiled shrimp, raw oysters 'gatortail
The highlight of the event was the presentation of a plaque com- and an assortment of finger foods, accompanied by fruit punch.

memorating Rosenbeck's devotion to the school. In part it read: "In Cameron Ward to Receive Refreshments continued at intervals to the end of the long pier over the
recognition of your time, energy, humor, reflections and knowledge of ScholarshipCameron lake, where an antique iron washpot, filled with boiled peanuts was the

martial arts. Congratulations for five years of outstanding service to the Ward of Starke has been named recipient of a George C. highlight. .7
Starke community. We are richer because of it, and we are proud of you Wallace Leadership scholarship to Troy State University.Wardthe Two country western bands provided continuous music for dancing on
and our school." the lakeside patio. The Ray Parrish band featured Mrs. Vernon (Sylvia)
of Robert and Debbie
son Ward of Starke. is a graduate of BUS
Student brought individual gifts. A cake decorated with a karate figurewas where he was Student Government Assn. president. i Reddish as lead singer, and guests also "kicked up their heels" to the
provided by Miss Safer. music of the Gresch 79 Band playing more country western favorites.The .
Since the late 1960s, Troy State University has annually awarded GeorgeC.
It was particularly noted that in five years with the school, Rosenbeckhad Wallace scholarships to outstanding high school and junior college balmy fall weather and the friendly style of the hoe-down provided a

missed only two days, thereby showing his concern and love for the seniors who have excelled in academics and/or those who have visibly perfect opportunity for friends to offer their congratulations.WINE.I.

school. displayed the responsibilities of ,
Congratulations. Mr. Rosenbeck, for five very appreciated years! leadership In various school pursuits ......._. I



I Legal NoticesIN Construction BulletinP. .

O. Box 803
Orange Park, Fl. 32067
the SE 1/4 of Section 35, Township 7
Phone: ((904)) 388-0336
South, Range 22 East, lying West of State
THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Road 100.
Mid-State Builders
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD Less and except: all existing roads 1217 N.W. 16th AvenueGainesville Exchange
FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. and rights of way. Said lands containing Fl. 32601
CASE NO. 68-465-C 25 acres, more or less, are located in
Phone ((904)) 375.0615
THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA, Bradford County Florida.
Plaintiff DATED at Starke Bradford County
Bid security 'In the form of a Bid Bondexecuted
vs Florida this 16th day of October 1989.
by the bidder and qualifiedsurety
EDWARD J. WAGNER and MARY K. RAY NORMANAS a
or a certified or cashier check
WAGNER his wife: CHARLES REDING CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
on any national or state bank in the
and PATSY R. REDING, his wife: By Carol Williams :
amount specified In the specificationsmade I
HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE Deputy Clerk I
payable to the Bradford
GOUDREAU, his wile' : LA COE and Control 238 County
School Board must each bid
THOMPSON P.A.; GATOR DOOR & SUP- 2tchg 10/19.26 accompany
as guarantee that the Bidder, will not _
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PLY COMPANY, INC.: and the UNITED i aibid--iilr
withdraw from the after
STATES OF AMERICA, 00020.1 competition
opening the bids, and in the event the Almaden
D.f endants. Bid No. 9.1101.1
contract is awarded to the Bidder, he
NOTICE OF SALE SECTION 00020
will within ten ((10)) days after receivingsame LUSH UKGUNDV'j
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 INVITATION TO BID [ FRENCH COLOMttARDGOtDtN'CHASM
execute the contract and furnishthe
Notice Is given that pursuant to a Sealed bids will be received by the BOURBONS/CANADIANS *
required bond, failing which the i
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated Bradford County School Board, 582 North WHITE CHASMS-, "
security shall become the of e= a
September 21, 1939 In Case No. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091 the Owner at liquidated damages.property Id I i n ,
88-465-C, of the Circuit Court Eighth until: All
bids must be made on the
Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford LOCAL TIME: 6 P.M. ap-
propriate proposal forms,
properly
County Florida, In which the FARM DAY OF WEEK: WednesdayDATE executed
and placed In and
an envelope
CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA I. the Plaintiff : November 1, 1989 and Immediately TMLCDRt.s.
should be marked to Identify the bid and MAq.giYAY L
and EDWARD J. WAGNER and MARYK. thereafter publicly opened then x
shall be delivered or mailed to
WAGNER, his wife: CHARLES REDING read aloud and recorded In the Con Bradford 4 '
County School Board 582 North
and PATSY R. REDING his wife: ference Room of the School Board
Temple Avenue, Starke Florida 32091. .
HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE Building, for the following: The Bradford County School Boardreserves 1- ii rlvicanae
GOUDREAU. his wife: LA COE and RE: LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL the UTItASl >
right to all
THOMPSON. P.A.. GATOR DOOR& SUP- Toilet Building Additionand bids reject any or ., OF
waive Informalities, In bid i =
any +
PLY COMPANY, INC.; and the UNITED RenovationBID .herby !29.50SADVIGNON >
make the award In part or whole and to
: STATES OF AMERICA are the Defendants NUMBER: 9.1101-1
make the award in the best interest of
I will sell to the highest and best Specifications and/or bid forms may the Bradford County School Board. {.cy s -
bidder for cash at the front door of the be examined at the Bradford County Award shall be based on the lowest I. ,
Bradford County Courthouse in Starke School Board 582 North Temple base bid proposal combined with alter S 41e
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.. on the 24th day of Avenue Starke Florida 32091 and may flat... ,
January, 1990. the property described in be obtained at the same location for a THE SCHOOL BOARDOF BLANC
Exhibit "A" (beloas) set forth in said $10.00 non-refundable deposit. The WHITE ZINFANI>rl .
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDABY '
Final Judgment. estimated construction cost of this project '- J.SLITEI*
: Jim Duncan,
Is in the range of 3000040000. 10/19.26 Superintendent2tchg 'tAS 0* B/J I

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Announcing. Items InterestFSP tc:.:::=II-. -. -- a --- -.
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John'Derrick Proctor cordially invites all to attend any or Hope Baptist Church

Butler announce the Proctor II Turkey Shoots Mrs. Benson, BHS, 964-6800 or Mrs. all services. Honors MissionariesOn

John birth of a son, Thomas Chase Rowe Set for 11/17,12/22 Cleo Elder, 964-5258, evenings. Sunday, Oct. 15, at 11 a.m.,
In Jacksonaille.Derrick Proctor II born Oct. 13 Tom & Mischell Rowe of Starke Thank you for your support. Ten Chapter 2 Hope Baptist Church honored two
He weig hed The Florida State Prison area missionariesMiss Reba
12 announce the arrival of their son,
OZ., and measures 2P4 nc 711b. Thomas Chase, born Sept. 29 at employees club will be holding a Mini-Grants AvailableThere Thompson and Miss Anne Bell. They
Jackson d parents are David Shands ltal. Chase weighed 7 turkey shoot on Nov. 17 and Dec. 22 Church of God are many Innovative activities have served this area for :38 years
j' Jan
t. grandparents eo Great. Ib. 2 oz.,and measured 20 l/4r> long. at the Florida State Prison Training Fall FestivalThe happening in the Bradford teaching school Bible club and
Eddie and Eloise He one sister, Lacey. Center.Both events are scheduled to School District this In an effortto camps.
joins year.
Jackson, also of Sta k e. Maternal grandparents are Marty begin at 8 a.m. and go until approx. Starke Church of God, locatedat encourage creative and Innovative In talking with them about their
Paternal grandparents are Norman of Mt. Dora and Bud imately 4 p.m. 422 N.St. Clair St., will be havinga Ideas with students, the retirement, they do not have any
Eugene Ie Mary Shaw of BrycevllIe Clemons of Starke. Great- There will also be a ham shoot on Fall Festival for all ages from 9 School District has allocated $3,000 retirement benefits. They have
and Don & Linda Practor 01 grandparents are MayBelle Dobbs both dates, and a Spin the Wheel a.m.3 p.m. for funding ten mini grants. The found an Ideal place at the Park of
Callahan Gre -... mother is of Raiford and Ethel Clemons of game. All weapons and ammunitionwill This festival will feature Items allocation is provided by the State the Palms in Keystone which Is a life
Mable Lane of Brycevllle. Starke. be provided. such as handmade flop-earred bunnies Chapter 2 Block Grant Program.The lease.In order to move in,they need
Paternal grandparents are Jimmy The shoot will cost $2 per shot for baked goods, woodwork, $17,000. An account has been set up
Jordan Robert Pierce & JoAnn Rowe of Lake Mary.Great- the turkey and ham, and $1 on the games, prizes, pony rides, many Intent of these grants is to promote at the Keystone State Bank, 200
wheel. crafts, food and fun. Lawrence Blvd., Account 149585 in
are Mr. &Mrs. Robert program development in the
Rob & Molly Pierce of Cleveland, grandparents Green of Starke. Refreshments will be available. Everyone is invited to share the District. Teachers, as well as other the name of Hope Baptist Church
1,. Tenn., announce the birth of a son, Soft drinks and hamburgers are the fun-filled day. For more Informationcall instructional personnel, are eligibleto F.B.O. The Bell-Thompson Fund.
Jordan Robert, on Oct. 11 in East Jennifer Elizabeth Boone planned items as of this writing.No 964-8583 or 9647466. participate in this project. You may make your donations
t? Ridge Humana Hospital in ChatBob & Beth Boone of Brooker announce alcohol Is allowed and all funds The deadline for submitting a directly to this account and receive a I
J""t tanooga. He weighed 5 Ib. 13 oz.,and the birth of a daughter, Jennifer raised are to benefit the FSP grant is November 10, 1989. For additional tax credit. I
measured Highland Baptist
(It. 20 inches. Elizabeth, born Oct. 15 In employees club. information contact Miss Reba and Misss Anne have
Paternal grandparents are Judge Alachua. Come on out and win a turkey I Plans Fall Festival school's principal or Myrna Hurse your at blessed so many in this area, now it
&Maternal Mrs. George H. Pierce of Starke. Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Highland Baptist Church invites the Bradford School Board office. I Is our turn to be a blessing to them. I
grandparents
Robinson of Cleveland Tenn.are Joyce, and Mrs. Gene Underhill of Starke. BHS Annual Staff you to a Fall Festival on Saturday
the late Eddie Robinson.. Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Offers AdvertisementsTo Oct. 21. Come and join in the games,
Mrs. Earl Boone also of Starke. prizes, and hayrides.The .

Seniors' ParentsThe festival will start at 5:30 p.m., Awareness Week Set
Bradford High School annual with a spaghetti dinner and end at
Southside staff Is ads for 8:30: p.m.
Elementary News. offering your For Drug-Free SchoolsOctober
.
graduating senior.Through this per Children learn John 3:16: and pre
Calendar of Events... sonal ad you can show that you are schoolers, I John 4:10: for a prize.
proud of your graduate's accomplishments We are located on Highway 301, 22-28 is Community Awareness Week for Drug-Free Schools.Ac-
OCT.OCT.SO-CrazyHatDay.26-Wear and success. North of Lawtey. tivities have been planned for our children.On .
Say No to Red t Ads are available in the following Monday, Sept. 23, Starke Elementary will be visited by the U.S.
OCT. 27-SSE Drugs Carnival sizes: First Baptist of Lawtey Customs Service Black Hawk Helicopter.On Tuesday,Brooker and Hampton -
5-9 p.m. 1/8 page25.00 schools will be visited. Children will have the opportunity to watch this
Carnival News... 1/4 page50.00 Plans October Revival unique aircraft land and they will be able to walk up to take a closer look.

Students are busy selling raffle tickets for$1 each. First prize will be a 1/2 page-$100.00 Revival at the First Baptist Thursday, Oct. 26 will be a special Red Letter Day in Bradford County.
13"color TV. Second price will be a Nintendo Action Set.The drawing will Full page-$150.00 Church in Lawtey will be held Oct. Families Against Drugs (FAD) will be having a Just Say No Day. We are
be held at the carnival. Top sellers In each grade group will receive $10, NOTE: Message for 1/8 page ads 16-20 at 7:30: p.m. nightly. There will asking everyone to please wear red. We Invite merchants to place anti-
with the top seller at school receiving$50 cash! Students may turn in raffle must be limited (less if picture is In- also be a 11 a.m. service beginning drug slogans on their marquee. Special items will be given to all our
tickets until the morning of the carnival. cluded). Tuesday, Oct. 17. Dr. Tommy Watson children on Thursday.All .
ALL A's (1st Six Weeks)... To meet our deadline,orders must from Andrews, N.C., will be of the activities are sponsored by Families Against Drugs.It Is the Intent -
and of this organization to inform the public and especially
be received by October 31, 1989. guest preacher.There purpose
Grade 1-Tatum Thrift, Anna Marie Thomas, John Salisbury, Adam Return them to Mrs. Benson, Room will be special music each our children of the dangers of Illegal drug and alcohol use.
Marchese April Davis,Amanda Crawford, Fitzpatrick,Jesse Col 310, Bradford High School, 581 N. night by church members. A' If you would like to become Involved with this program, FAD meets on
ston, Kayla, Davis, Samantha Anderson, Michael Broskey, Gina Corey, Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 32091. nursery will be provided for babies. the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30: p.m. in the Vo-Tech Media Center.
Jesika Pombier, Stephanie Steinmetz, Michael Stewart, Joe McKenzie, For further information, contact Rev. Grayson McNeill, Pastor, Our next meeting is to be on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Michelle Key, John Hipps, Alison Chastatn, Thomas Casey, Amber

Broome, Don Thornton, Jason Crews. e. .
2-Kelly Connaughton, Jonnie Dampier, Alan Rezaei, Billy Vickery,
Christopher Hobbs, Pamela Reddish, Aaron Tetstone, Julie MCMillan
Crystal Simmons,Monica McGee,Catie Dugger,Jeremy McRae, Michael,
Schlofman, Bryan Wagner, Vanessa Van Camp. I
3-Demetrius Drivas, Jody Elder, Allison Tougaw, Mona Hall, Leigh
Johns, Michael O'Neal. ,
4-Adam Marchese, John McMillan, Kelly Rankin. 5-Rachael Coleman HAPYiiALCWENi
,and Jeremy Scott. Also receiving all A's are: Aron Barnett, Michelle
"Crews, Nicole Herring, Robert Johns, Charity Norman, Jessica Teixelna, I
Bryan Van Came, Lindsay Wynn and Krlstopher Wanton.
ALL A's and B s: 1st grade-Amanda Looney, Kelly Donn,Jason Crews,
Matthew Carter, Pamela Callan, Brian Wagner, Melissa Hill, Tiffany i
Aderholt, Candace Craig, Adam Glover, Gina Griffis, Stan Hammond, .
Jayda Hilliard, Josey, Gina Silcox, Joshua Touchton, Linda
Turner, Heather Wise, Jill Tacey, Brook Barber, Josh Bennefield, Billy Stock On Those Special Halloween
Brandt, Christine Cribbs, Misty Gordon, Mike Harper, Jimmy Matthews, Up
Otis Starling Felicia Mosley, Johnnie Bellflower, Matt Brown, Jason -[ THE
Daugherty, Chris Davis, Sally Stephens, Kevin Wagner, Ne'Terrwll War i OFFICE Decorations This Weekend
ren, Alice Nash, Emily Mills, Rex Anderson, Lynette Franklin, Danielle SHOP iJ
Parker, Kristin Bradley, Justin Hall, Marcus Harrington, Steven Hulsey. M .
2nd-Tracy Luke, Jeremy Rhoden Chris Ruts, and Matthew Scott.
\'. 3rd-Tania Jackson, Javongia Bell, Braxton Britt, Leann Folsom, a6e- All Halloween Gifts & Cards ,
ji* Marlene Griffis, Jason Lee, Johnny Nichols Philip Pombier, Jill Schlof-
man,Joshua Davis,Laura Dobbs,Jeremie Godwin, Bryan Gunter, Natar- 30% OFF ':
sha Tyson, Bonnie Bishop, Matthew Key, Ryan Lee,Erica Mains,Heather
Patton,William McKinzie,Amanda Hammer, Stacey Blankenship,Trisha
Wheeler, Kyle Lizenbee, Ashkea Bieling, Krista Fuquay, Kristen Groves, : Thurs., Fri., & Sat, Oct. 12-14 ':
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Adam Coleman, and Michelle Brandt. I all Halloween merchandise with triii coupon I II 0
Our KIDS OF THE MONTH each receive a burger,fries and drink from
McDonald's. We proud of the following students for being super I I IPuranaaee
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Fired Up. Undefeated Baker to Be Tough Test for BUS

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Kr.i'Hoi'l High will renew its foot. for the Bradford game. Bradford and team quickness are the assets of David lIurse Wildcats Plus, BUS is hoping to t he BUS will use its wing l blockers I' offense,
',ill nvnl.iry with neighoring Baker must be prepared for a hard pass the Tornado team. All the Tornado Baker High: is the fourth straight able to move the football on the designed to get us of many the bull carrier,
I 11Kh at 8\ p,m. tomorrow night (Fri- rush, Coach Nurse agrees. In past players are expected to be ready to tough lest for the Tornado firidders ground against Baker. If the Tornadoes possible ahead backs and pulling guards(
.'- tie't 20)) on Bradford Field. games, Baker has rushed at least 8 play. Both Lorenzo Hall, struck in So far, Bradford has beaten Leo can eat up the clock with running with both
li I is j crucial District 3-3A gamer of its 11 players, depending on the the back of the head with a Santa Kc High .lucksonville/ .. 24-7 Madison plays, it will keep the footballout running Interference to supplementthe
both learns Baker is 5-0 on the pass rush for much of its pass helmet, and Keith Linzy who required High 2)1-14 and) Santa Kc High .!'I I.CI I of lie hands of Baker QB Marcus blocking/ linemen.will he used bv
> till .iiui) 2-0 in District 3-3A.Brad- defense. five stiches to close a cut over "We'll probably throw the tool hall Mallory and the talented Wildcat The 4-4 defense
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Foe's Mistakes, Passing Give BHS Big Win Over Santa Fe



raking advantage of Raider in the third period. And the Tornado On the ensuing BHS kick-off,MLB motion was shown. effective with TE DInkins the game wore on. Adjustments were
'Istakes and using the Tornado kicking game, high punts by Allan Travis Long got In the middle of ahandoffb The BHS defense bent some in fastest Tornado,coming clear quickly made and BHS blockers also picked
using attack, Bradford High foot- Jenkins and with Tornado players'' when Santa Fe was trying midfield, but got tougher and up oncoming Santa Fe defenders In
illers shutout Santa Fe High 21-0 under the football when it came II carrier behind a blocking tougher the closer Santa Fe QB Reggie Sheffield was sackedon the second half, giving QB Sheffield
st Friday Oct. 13, before a'' down, helped hold the powerful wall. Long came away with the penetrated into BHS territory. When his first two attempts to pass In more time to find a receiver.
rge home crow Raiders In check.In football,setting up BHS on the Santa the 69 yard second period run by the first period. The Santa Fe Most of the third period was eaten
The win BHS 5-0 the line.A S.Fe's Quarter-man put S.Fe on the defense fast up with a 58 yard Santa Fe drive, all
puts on season the fourth period, the BUS Fe 23 yard was too and QB Sheffield
id 3-0 In District 33A. Santa Fe defense came through by recoveringtwo 21 yard pass to tight end Chris BHS 15 a tough BUS defense and an and RB Clint Reed could not on the ground. The Raiders had little
topped to 3-2 and 2-1 in the District. Santa Fe fumbles both by middle Dinkins, who caught the football on illegal blocking penalty pushed the turn the corner.On his first TD pass, success passing completing only
Suddenly breaking a scorelessame linebacker Travis Long, and his knees on the two yard line set up Raiders back to the BHS 30. Then QB Sheffield dropped back and lobb- one 10 yard pass late in the game.
BHS first scored on a 37 yard BHS struck quickly. the third score. Fullback Clyde BHS CB Terry Berry intercepted a ed the football to TE Dinkins who They made a concerted effort in the
ass from quarterback Reggie Shef- BHS drove 67 yards in 10 plays for DeSue got the TD on the second try pass and returned it 35 yards to set had slanted between the S.Fe safety third period to move the football on
eld to tight end Chris Dinkins.Don- its second score,running back Julius with 6:03 remaining in the game. up the first TD. and cornerback and was several the ground.
ie Francis' first of three PAT's put Harden going the final five yards for Santa Fe used a fast swarming, Coach David Hurse was reluctantto yards back of the defense when he Starting at their 32, Raider backs
iHS ahead 7-0 with 7:39: remaining the score.Two one covering tough and penetrating defense to pass until the football was in the made the TD catch. Will Quarterman and Jerrod Smith
1 the second period. 30 yards to wingback passes Allen Jenkins limit the Tornado running game to BHS end of the field.With the Raider Bradford moved the football bet banged through the BHS defense for
The Tornado defense held off a and one 20 yard to tight end Dereck 44 yards. The Raiders would go with defense focusing on the BHS running ter in the second half, the offensiveline
leterminpd! Santa Fe running game Long, set up the TD. the motion the second any Tornado attack, the passes were particularly becoming more effective as theGirl's



I Baker Preview. I BHS Cross Country., Team Competes... at Orlando MeetBy t I I


10A Joe Gltsy rough in some spots," Coach Loper mile course. Tyrone Sanders was was 15th in 23:21:
from-page- said. Ramona Tennant and Larry 116th in 20:02: Kenny DeSue was Bradford did not field a team in
Quarterback: Reggie Sheffield, ICT Stuff Wrl .r Green both posted their best times of 129th in 22:13 and Eric DeSue was the boys division, but Larry Green
BHS,as usual with some 7-diamond No. 11, 5-11, 155-11. Backup QB is The Tornado Cross Country run- the season there.Competition 132nd in 23:14.: placed first in 18:16: ,Tyrone Sanders
mixed in under certain situations. Travis Long, No. 3, 5-10,190-12.( ners traveled to Orlando Saturday, was divided by school palced 10th in 20:45, Kenny DeSue
"It's going to be extremely tough. Running back: Clint Reed, No. 33, October 14, and competed with classes. In the 3A class about 30 was 13th in 21:08: and Eric I DeSue
Baker is coming in undefeated, they 5-9, 192-12. Backup: Al Jones No. 32, schools from all over the state at the of schools were represented with about BUS at Home... was 20th In 2310.
use a wide open offensive attack, 5-8, 155-12 The cross countl'f.track of Central on the campus Florida. 200 runners in both the boys and girls Tuesday evening, October 17,
strike Fullback: Clyde DeSue, No. 30, University divisions.In October 21. the runners
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and can quickly, predicts This is the track where the state Eastside, Baker and Clay visited Saturday
Coach Sexton. 6-0, 185-11. the girls 3A race, Ramona Ten- Starke for a four meet. will travel to Episcopal in Jackson-
will be decided, way
Baker High has beaten Union Wingback: Keith Jenkins, No. 22, said final Coach championships This gives nant was 31st in 12:51 for the two In the girls division, Eastside ville for one of the big meets of the
High, Gainesville High, Bishop Ken- 5-10, 175-12 who George will Loper. in state mile course. Renee Daugherty was fielded the only full team with a year in NE Fla. Tuesday, Oct 24 will
ny of Jacksonville, Paxon of finals runners chance to compete familiar with 127th in 17:26: and Cheryl Woolvinran score of 31.Ramona. be the last home match for the Tor-
Jacksonville and last week beat The Defense.., a he said.get the course in 22:0510 place 127th. Tennant placed first nadoes when Keystone Heights will
the track,
Flagler Palm Coast 42-3.. Tackles: Lorenzo Hall, No. 63, fast track but In the boys division Larry. Green overall in 14:28: Renee Daughertywas visit for a head to head meet in
Tornadoes starters are: 5-10,175-12; Dereck Long,No.84,6-1, "It was a was fairly plnoerl 2I..t In 1"01n".., /h.. thrm. 3rd in 16:34: and Cheryl Woolvin Starke.i .
205-12 and Kevin Finch, No. 66, 6-7,
The Offense... 215-12. Team Win Streak I
No. I Volleyball Riding High on
Dinkins
Center: Don McDavid No. 77, Weak side end: Chris ,
80,6-0,170-12. Strong side end: Andy
511,19512.Guards: Right guard: Phillip Goodowns, No. 85,6-1, 180-11. No. By Joe Cissy Thursday,October 12, Interlachenwas Again Tuesday, October 17, the I,...",..C.rln/1.n 7 1 kilt
Crawford, No. 62, 5-8, 180-10. Left Sam linebacker: Clyde DeSue, overpowered by scores of 15-17, girls traveled to Ocala Vanguard fora A""..Willi.slnmon.... .t 4I. 0MI"I.
guard: Jason Norman, No. 65, 5-8, 30 Inside 6-0 18512. ICT Staff Wrlt.rThe 15-1 and 15 3. It took the loss in the return match, vanquishing the .,... o..... 7 d 3 dl". t.111.
180-11 and Lorenzo Hall,No.63, 5-10, linebackers: Travis Long, Varsity Girls Volleyball teamis first game to get the girls serious, Knights in two easy games, 15-0, 1 .10.
175-12 will split time.Tackles No.3,5-10,190-12 and Keith Jenkins, riding high on a win streak that said Coach Inez Diggs. "We had to 15-3. A..III.William. -. .'11.dl".
tackle Keith Lin- No. 22, 5-8, 175-12. dates back to the second game of the ball beat them the "We didn't that good," Coach 1 blo.k
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5-8 Santa Fe
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64, 5-11, 199-12. Left tackle: Rover back: Al Jones, season won games time (September 25)," the coach Diggs said, "They (Vanguard) just
James 155-12. two and three to take the only loss 111151...nl.III.:
McNeal, No. 71, 5-11, 185-12, played awful.
and Roland Shafer, No. 73, 5-10, Cornerback: Lance Wiggins, No. the Tornadoes have received so far said.Monday, the team traveled to W."d,..11... 11 1 t .11I. I
24,5-8,150-12 and Terry Berry,No.9, this year. That loss was avenged at
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235-12,will share time. Eastside for an two BIIS\ liilrrluihiliPoint blo.k
easy game
end: Dereck Long, No. 84, 6-0,160-11. the Raiders gym October 3 by a two match, 15-2, 15-2. The Eastside Iy.."..;...,,. 7 t I kill
Tight A.....11.._.. I
Trammell Jones, No. 21, win by the Tornadoes, 15-12, 0
Safety: game
6-1, 205-12, and Andy Goodowns, No. 15-1. season record stands at 1-10. rl.y.r.d Ace* D.fni. L.T...N.k..n 1 0 d killd444I ,
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Baker High is expected to throw a them," Coacn Sexton agrees. wing. Manning,No. 23, also plays fullback
tough passing attack an a a pressing Baker has kids who can strike in a QB Mallory operates behind a big and tailback and is a hard runner
defense at Bradford High tomorrow hurry. There is speed in the outside offensive line. The center is Mark who tries to break tackles.
night (Friday, Oct. 20)) on the Tor- receivers. They throw the long ball Barber, No 52,6-3,172-12, a solid per Favorite Baker running plays are: ("
nado griddion. which has been the best weapon ofthe former. The other four down The tailback dive from the '41 .
"It's a big rivalry," Coach David Wildcats. linemen are big and aggressive. The power-I with the fullback leading. P Lam' f \
Hurse, the head Tornado, says. Quarterback Marcus Mallory No. tackles are Chris Rewis, No. 53, 6-0, The quick pitch around the end. "
"And, they always play a good foot 14, 6-0, 172.12, is the best passer 240-11 and Chip Everndon, No.70, The wing counter. ,
ball game against us. Bradford will have faced. Mallory 6-5, 251-12. The guards are Dale The fullback draw with No. 22,23,
It will be a battle of undefeated has passed for about 900 yards and 8 Cushman No. 64, 200-n, and Kelly and 30.
football teams. Bradford is 5-0 and or 9 touchdowns so far, Coach Hurse Scott No.SOI 5-9,191-11. who come off The tailback running between the J
3-0 in District 33A. Baker is 5-0 and points out. the according to Bradford tackle and guard with the other two
2-0 In Dist. 3-3A. The three receivers are: scouts. backs blocking. '(,
Baker is a home run type of team, No. 1, Henry Reed, 185-12, the Macclenny operates from the The fullback going against the
says Tornado Coach Hurse. The main receiving threat, who has excellent I-formation with the big offensive grain or flow over right guard. eJrs p's
Wildcats have three pass receivers, speed. Wide receiver Reed line protecting QB Mallory and pro- QB favorite passes are:
all with good speed and quickness. also has great throwing arm and viding blocking for the tailback. The The look-in to the slot man, No. 4
Baker is also fairly quick defensively throws the double pass. running back is Lemoyne Williams, 88.
No.88, Vic Givens, 6-0 155-11, the No.20, 5-10,184-11,who runs from the Mt
"Macclenny Is going to be extremely slot man and the second favorite tailback spot and the wing. Williams .In the flat to No. 1, wideout Reed, _
tough, coming in receiver of QB Mallory. is a good runner and must be watched on the fade pattern. F"i, ,
undefeated, and with a wide open of- No.44, Frank Holten, 5-10, 160-12, on the quick pitch, on the wing, Down and out to the wideout, No. ..
fensive attack," says Tornado the other wide receiver who has and on the counter play. 1, Reed. .. .ufr ...JtH! '
defensive coordinator Mike Sexton. good speed. Holten must be watchedon The fullback is Jason Knabb The double pass from QB Mallory "
"Yeah we bring out the !best in the post patter and plays on the No.22, 5-10, 178-12, who runs hardand to wideout Reed to No. 88, the slot Tough Run...
is a good blocker. Dwight man, going deep. Clint Reed and the Bradford High runner found the going tough against I

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outstanding defense, a good Coach Hurse says. moved to weak side end late in the ,
Lorenzo Hall were named the defen- nado TD's.Neither Lanier who tutors
Coach Clyatt,
and offense that Defensive end Andy Goodowns,
kicking game an game. And weak side end Chris
sive linemen of the week Coach FB .
got the job done when it counted.That's No. 85, is very quietly doing a good Dinkins, No. 80, the fastest Tornado, Sexton. by back Clint Clyde DeSue nor running the offensive line, said Center Don
Reed turn the ball named offensive
the book on the Bradford job for the Tornado defense, points was moved McDavid was
to
rover back. Dereck
Cornerbacks Terry Berry and over. Reed gained 22 yards in 12 car lineman of the week for his leader ,
High football team that beat Santa out Coach Sexton. Goodowns playeda
Long, No. 84, 6-1, 205-12, was movedto
Lance Wiggins named defen- ries. His
Fe 21.0 last Friday night. good game,was the second leading defensive tackle were longest run was 12 yards ship and the job McDavid did ,j
replacing sive backs of the week. early in the game. FB DeSue gained leading the attack down close to the
The Santa Fe High players were tackler behind Travis Long, So far Jenkins, to get more size. 13 in k
bigger they were physical, fast and this season Goodowns has two pass And, fullback yards 12 carries. RB Julius goal line. 1
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The
Offense... Harden carried
of 3 times for 18 yards, Near the goal line, the offensive ,
qUick. They held the BHS running interceptions and three sacks the 6-0, 185-11, played his first
game on BHS didn't move the football the best average of the night for BHS linemen block straight ahead,Coach
game to 44 yards for 36 plays for the quarterback. Goodowns is improving defense, at Sam linebacker. "I
much on the ground. and had a nine yard run down near Clyatt pointed out.
and is playing good, "
night: every game thought he did
a good job
pretty "But down the line the goal line. credits Santa Fe with "...a
Basically BHS won with its steady football right now, says said Coach Sexton. on goal whereit
defense its passing attack, and by Coach Sexton. Defensive tackle Kevin Finch No. really counted, we put it in (the Leading ground gainer was Santa goodvjob stopping us this week."The
endzone) twice Coach Fe running back Will Quarterman114 Santa Fe ends came so hard andit
taking advantage of Santa Fe "It was a real good team effort, 66, 6.7, 215.12, played a good football points out up
mistakestwo Coach Sexton BHS played Hurse. yards in 16 carries,an average of was late that BHS got its bootleg
pass interceptionsand says. game, says Coach Sexton. Coach
two fumbles, Coach David good aggressive defense he added. Hurse added that because "We knew we couldn't move the 6.5 yards per carry. working. Finally, at the end, BHS
Hurse points out. A wily veteran, Santa Fe gained yards in the mid- players didn't make a lot of tackles some, football much," says Coach Hurse. Coach Hurse was also proud of his could throw the sprint out pass.
team. Punter
David Hurse, points out that a coach dle of the field, but was repulsed inside doesn't mean weren't QB Reggie Sheffield, named the punting Allan Jenkins When BHS scored offensive line
can win more football games by be- the 20 yard line. good football they playing a offensive back of the week, played a had good, high kicks, and the team sealed off the Santa Fe defense,
game.
ing conservative, using its defense, Against the bigger and fast Santa Santa Fe the good, steady football game. Sheffield covered the punts when they landed. Coach Clyatt pointed out.
going
gave up up The punting team is
his under punter Jenkins, Coach credits Santa Fe'sNo.
kept poise Clyatt
and by not committing mistakes. Fe, Coach Sexton made some adjustments middle on BHS and settled down pressure
""We played a tremendous game," to get more size and ing to get outside. That Coach try from the Santa Fe defense and didn'tturn Lancew Wiggins, Pop Jones, Don 33, Marvin Washington, with ,.
says McDavid Chris Dinkins '
-ays Coach Mike Sexton, the defensive quickness into the defense. Lorenzo Sexton, is when the switches were the football over. QB Sheffield Terry playing a great football game. The
coordinator Hall, No. 63, who has been playing made. completed 4 of 8 passes, for a 37 yard Berry, Lorenzo Hall, Julius Harden, BHS guard told Coach Clyatt after
TD throw to TE Chris Keith- Linzy, Travis Long, and the he'd rather against
The pressure put on the Santa Fe weak side defensive tackle was Chris Dinkins, Travis Long and Dinkins, and James game play a
quartrrbark by Chris Dinkins and he passed to set up the other two Tor- McNeal. bigger opponent, Coach Clyatt said.VOWANDHAVENO'AY .

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Moving Up in the World of ModelingBy

Mark Friedlln three years ago because of her
BCT Staff Writer abilities to communicate techniqueto
Fashion modeling looks as if It beginners and she was chosen for
might be nothing but fun but there a part In the television commercial
Is also plenty of hnrd work Involved for the studio last year.
according to a young model from Catalogues are a Dig part of modelslist
Keystone Heights who has already of jobs and Kerry Is no exception
conic a long way In the profession! with over 21 separate poses In a
for a 17-ycar-old. recently released bridal catalogue
Kerry Thompson Is a top Instructorat produced by the Gainesville Tux
a noted modeling school In Shop.
Gainesville has appeared on the "Part of the fun about modeling Is
cover of magazines. has been never knowing what type of job will
featured on television commercials' come up next" Kerry says. "It's
!. and has taken pat I In fashion bhows exciting because you have such a
all over the Southeast.Oh variety of things to work on when
a you're busy.
yes she's also a senior at
Keystone Heights High School Kerry's next job might prove to be
where she Is co-captain of the one of the best a major fashion
chcerleadlng squad and Involved In show at the Oaks Mall which Is set
many other school activities as well. for October 28. Entitled "A Splash of
Color", the show will feature Fall
Kerry, the daughter of Christine and Winter fashions In hundreds of
Galbraith and Morris Thompson outfits by major designers. She has
says was encouraged by relatives at also been pictured In "Gainesville
an early age to consider modeling Today" magazine several times.
but had every newcomer's Ideas of
what the profession! might be like Another break came this Spring
some right and some wrong. when Kerry was chosen to model at
"Every job Is difcn/ nl, but It's much Bridal Association shows at the
more demanding than some people Hilton Hotel. A grand opening at
think," Kerry said. "You look so "The Mill" came next and now she
relaxed In the picture or film that's has her sights set on another goal -
finally chosen nobody knows that It the Miss Gator Bowl" Contest
may nave taken 20 snots to get just coming In November for that annual
the right one." sporting event
did few smaller fashion wise to the ways of potential break
Kerry a
qrr shows to start her career then was In "the business", Kerry says she'll
noticed by several power-that-be In
ILIII'r' the profession In the Gainesville win the competition If she can but
area and has watched her career take mainly hopes to get some "good
off ever since. exposure" and "have a lot of fun" in
the process. .
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Tench Rules: Seminole Ridge Modular Home Must be Moved


The modular horn on Lot 20 in tog under the modular home. The munity Affairs) that they could not Ridge reads, "no house trailers, homes on lots located In Seminole g'r'and the defendants fo blot
Unit Five of Seminole Ridge will home in question was hauled In com- make a ruling since a modular home mobile homes or quonset huts are Ridge Subdivision covered by the purchase another be
hare to be moved per a ruing in a plete on a steel frame, like a mobile is classified as a single dwelling the permitted." restrictive covenants. before the modular home can I
civil suit between resident of the home. State law allows modular same'as a site built home, for which Judge Tench's ruling ordered the moved Under no circUrlltaneellba1l
development. homes to be built in any subdivision Semlnple Ridge is zoned,regardlessof defendants not to locate any other The Court recognizes that for the modular home remain on Lot 20
Circuit Judge Benjamin Tench but Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal the appearance of the home. mobile homes trailers or modular financial reasons it may be beyond Nov. 1, 1990.
ordered, the modular remain on the said he interpreted the definition of a The"., ome 120 residents who were
lot no longer than November t,1990. modular home to mean it has a aagrwi th the looks of the modular People Holding Garage Sales Must Be Licensed I
The controversy began last year regular house foundation. The horn sled a civil suit against the
of the modular home in Seminole Ridge remains hometfowner, Thomas and Mary
when one of the residents for registration as a
*. Effective October 1. persons A garage sale operator is ftQUired- application
development on the east side of San on the frame. Osbor After the Initial
dealer.
ta Fe Lake near Melrose had a The \issue was taken to the Board A roident of the area for several holding more than two garage sales to register as a second-hand dealer second-hand second-hand dealer
for decision, jtosborn added the modular in in a year are required to register fora alter the ninth sale in m year. registration the
modular home added to his property of Adjustment a yea is to remit an annual I
sales required
however they were informed by the Ik of his lot for his parents collect sales and use tax tax after certificate the second and A fee of S30 is required to be sub-- renewal tee of 16 per registration
The home first became a zoning Tallahassee (Department of Com restrictions for Seminole sale. mitted to the department with each each October) 1.
'sue due to the steel frame remain-
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attend, including party-elected officials
candidates, and political Working To
leaden.
North Florida will be the bat FRESH MARKET
tleground for many hotlycontestedraces

for in 1990 Governor.led by Simon the flagshiprace Ferro, The .
Give You Lowest
Party Chairman says of the"North Florida Flondians Democratic aretotally GROUND BEEF

disenchanted with the incumbent

and are Governor's staging a lack series of of leadership rallies to A

remind the voting public that the Total Food Bill
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H 4 will. begin at J p m.Central Standard or
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force for peace in the world District
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KH's Nelson Named...


Bike-A-Thon Set in Keystone HeightsSt

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Hospital announced today that After treatment at the hospital;. doors in 1962 to combat findings and Information
Anne T. Nelson of Keystone which consisted of surgery, catastrophic diseases which gained at the hospital are
/ Heights has agreed to be the radiation therapy and affect children. The hospital is a shared freely with doctors and
Coordinator of the chemotherapy she was taken! non-sectarian. non- hospitals all over the world.
Organization's Bike-A-Thon to oil all therapy in June 1987. i discriminatory and provides Thanks to their efforts children
be held In Keystone Heights Although she isn't cured of he; total medical care to all who have life threatening
R A t,+ 1 October 21. cancer yet, as long as she ha patients.As diseases like Hodgkin's
The Blke-A-Thon Program this volunteers like the peopl* a research hospital Disease sickle-cell anemia and
year is dedicated to Ellen Marie working in the Blke-A-Thoij scientists and physicians are leukemia have a better chanceto
Haynes a five-year-old tumor program there is always hope.St. working side by side not only live.
. patient at the hospital. Jude Children's Researc seeking better means of Please give your support to this
Ellen developed a malignant Hospitalwas treatment but also the causes year's Blke-A-Thon in Keystone
tumor in her abdomen which founded by entertained cures and prevention of these Heights.



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==_ Dimes fund raising event, attracted -
=:: more than 50 participants at ...IIr At
cr.- it's first appearance in Starke Satur- I )
er.ts_. 30.WalkAmerica.
; day Sept. checkNo 4
::::: is the nation's
largest walking event which raises
:=.; money to find the cause and prevent tricks "
: just treats-
= birth defects. "
E"sr Walkers from local schools and
: : businesses raised more than $2,000, and peace of mind ;
::: exceeding a goal by more than$800.
1 "We were very pleased by the turnout for Mom and Dad
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for this worthwhile cause, said
::: Holly Peery,community director for WJ
:::. the March of Dimes'northeast Flor-
M dia chapter. "Going over our goal, This Halloween,Bradford Hospital's staff will be on.
=::- the first time we held an event like hand to x-ray bags of candy. Our mission is to protectand
:: this in Bradford County,was just ex-
::: traordinary." safeguard our youngsters.
; We probably wouldn't have been Bring children and their treats on Halloween
E able to do it without Chairman Bud- & 1 your
dy Paterson, our local sponsors and : night, Tuesday, October 31 between 7-9 p.m. Our
:::. the kids who came out to support us, 4 ,_; 4p, ,.:_ radiology staff will help make sure Halloween is a safe,
= said Peery. School in Walk-A-thon...
':" Teams from many Bradford Coun- Top wonderful event. We'll even add a treat of our own!
;;. ty schools participated,with several Starke Elementary School won top honors In the Wright, Monica Tyson, Amanda Stacey, Jessica Parent or legal child.
must
= schools winning prizes for their con- March of Dimes WalkAmerica. Williamson and Tiffany Ratliff. guardian accompany
tribution.The Students and faculty participating are: Back row: Paraprofessional Sherry Prevail.
=: six-mile walk started and end- Front row II I to r): Jimmy Wilkerson Brand Jones. Charlene Wright.Rhlannon Bolt Mary Duzan,Nequlla
:; ed at Bradford Hospital, which was Dipt! I'atel. Sarika Patel,Shertal Patel Kesha Hamp- Berry, Paraprofessional Edna Allen, Angela Mathis, 922 East Call Street HOSPITAL
= one of the three local sponsors. ton Amy I'iidgett, Wendy Padgett and Tosha Hinds. Will Hartley, Julie Hasten and Asst. Principal Mike StarkeFL32091 BRADFORD .
=-- Allen's Office Suplies; donated printing Middle row. : .Larry. Matron!, Danielle. Tucker'nhlt Hartley. ((904))964-- ,
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UI Eight Arrested in Bradford on Multiple Drug ChargesEight I

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f::. persons were arrested on lieu of cocaine after they sold Willie Kenneth DeS e, 28,'chargedwith wanted on capias and arrested him.
:::= drug charges from an investigation counterfeit cocaine they had made possession of cocaine, posses-- Officers involved in the investigation -
E" conducted Friday, October 13. The from a household product. The two sion of drug paraphernalia and included Chief Deputy Pat
t.: investigation was a combined effort boys are in the custody of the outstanding warrants for violation of Henry Lt. David A. Adrholt,
:: by the Bradford County Sheriff's Gainesville Juvenile Detention probation; Joe Middleton, 30, of Deputies Danny Thrift, Andy
:: Department and the Florida Depart- Center. Melrose,charged with possession of Holland; Agents Paul Fuentez,Rick
: ment of Law Enforcement. Charged in the undercover opera- drug paraphernalia.Cohens Singer and Tony Hargrove.
: Between the hours of 5:30: and 8 tion were Edward Otis Smith, 37, fled on foot during the ar- Bond was set at$5,000 on each of
:: p.m. three adults and two juveniles charged with sale of cocaine and rests in Reno area but with the helpof the charges with everyone remain- :
;;: were arrested in the Reno area of possession of cocaine; Bobby Lee Starke Police officers was ap- ing in custody except Smith who
= Starke and three men were arrested Cohens 19, charged with sale of co- prehended Oct. 14. While chasing posted a $10,000 property bond Oct. ;
:; in the Speedville area of the caine and possession of cocaine; Cohens deputies saw DeSue who was 16.
: southeast area of the county, accor- Felix Ray Morgan, 19, of Melrose _
: ding to Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. charged with sale of cocaine and
: During the buy and bust, under- possession of drug paraphernalia;
: cover agents purchased 17 rocks of Corey B. Ivey, 18, of Hawthorne
: cocaine and seized$335 in cash.The charged with two counts of posses-
:: two juveniles were charged with sion of cocaine, sale of cocaine and MEET JERRY EVERETT!
i sale of a counterfeit substance in possession of drug paraphernalia;


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Enos Maxie AndersonEnos grandchildren, 3 step. children and two step- K. Myers; one daughter, Ruth
Maxie Anderson, 79, of grandchildren, 36 great- grandchildren; also a sister, Ms. Moody of Baltimore, Md.; two sons,
Daytona Beach,died Sunday,Oct. 15at grandchildren, 5 step-great- Elizabeth Gibson of Goldsboro. Stephen Myers of Havertown. Pa.L
Halifax Medical Center in grandchildren and 15 great-great- Funeral services were held at 11a.m. and Philip Myers of Pembroke tz'e finest in Ladiesfashions
Daytona following an extended il grandchildren. Wednesday In the First Pines, Fl.; and sixteen grand
lness.! Funeral services were held Oct. 18 Presbyterian Church of Goldsboro, children.
In Hope Baptist Church of Theressa followed by burial in Wayne Funeral services were held Oct.16 }
Born and raised in Heilbronn Springs with Rev. Gary Heath and Rev. Memorial Park. In Park of the Palms Chapel with n
Mr. Anderson moved to Leamon Ward officiating. Burial Robert Neely & Ernest Woodhouse 1
was in Mt. Zion Cemetery in Union R. J. 'Jake' Myers, Jr. offlcl w.
Daytona 39 years ago. He was a tlng. Interment was In cany a futt tekctton f1JtJfU'
retired brlckmason and a member County. Archer Funeral Home of Ralph Jacob'Jake'Myers Jr. 73 Keystone Hts. Cemetery under the
writs 6ran
Lake Butler was in charge of ar direction of Jones Funeral f name -
of the Church of God in Holly Hill. of Park of the Palms in lreystoneIlts Home.
rangements. died Thursday, Oct. 12 at hisresidence LetfU fay Mbty df SetitttSUufna
Survivors include his wife, Onle as a result of a heart at In Memory Of
Inez Anderson: two sons, Joseph of Estelle K. Hultz yr > gout fvpfocyISenonaiCoovftnatet

Daytona Beach and John of Holly Estelle Kendrick Hultz, 77, died tack.Born John I lor ton DayanIn .
26 in
Hill Apr. 1916 Philadelphia, >
; one daughter, Norma Jean Sunday, Oct. 15 at her home in Pa. loving of John Horton
Smith of Mr. Myers moved to Keystone memory SaStnoI
Glen
grandchildren Ferry and Idaho; eight Goldsboro, N.C., after a lengthy il three years ago from Newtown Dayan who departed this life Oct. 17,
Rrandchildren. eight great- lness.She was a native of Starke,the Square Pa. He was a member of 1988. In our hearts your memory
daughter of the late Tom and Mar- Park of the Palms Church,the Inter lingers and not a day goes by you are
the Funeral Chapel of services Archie were Tanner Oct.Funeral 17 at tha Kendrick, and a graduate of national Missions Inc., a graduateof not miss in our thoughts. We love you and Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters and
Bradford School. you so.
High
of
: Home\ with Rev. John Spratlin of She is survived by her husband, Drexel Philadelphia Institute of College Technology Bible and&a 'Til we meet again,our love always Lingerie on SALE Thursday
ficiating. Burial was in Dyal Robert Hultz; one son, Dr. Jim retired electrical engineer for dear husband, father, papa and thru
Cemetery near Starke with Archie Black,pastor of Peace Presbyterian Philadelphia Electric Company. friend. SaturdayJoaiils
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Church, Jacksonville; two grand- Survivors Include his wife. Lillian Your family&friends
charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Pearlie N. Branch fashions

Mrs. Pearlie Nazworth Branch, A }f) CCIJ.&IL
75 at, of the Tampa, died Tuesday, Oct. 17 (QWW) Stark Plaza 964-7651
University Community
VIM Maitecard Layawar VUcomeINJURIES
Hospital in Tampa following an ex-

tended Born illness.and raised in Leon County, From Electrolux Vacuums --- .
Mrs.Branch moved to Tampa about -
50 years ago.She was employed as a TULLER
nurses' aide and was a Protestant. ,
r Survivors include three brothers, #1 In Sales Si Service Chiropractic Center
W.T. Nazworth of Starke, W.C. Naz
worth of Fontana, Calif., and Keystone Heights Office
Carlton Nazworth of Greenville,S.C.
Graveside funeral services will be 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.

held Thursday, Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. at
Long Branch Cemetery near Max. One Normal Size Room of Carpet 4737213PAIN 0
vllle,. with Rev. Donald Willis of
ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral

Home rangements.of Starke is in charge of ar Shampooed for CONTROL


t Mrs. Malanar Hersey Headaches
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Mrs. Malanar Adkins Hersey, 95, Neck&Arm
..-1 of Theressa, died Sunday in the Mid Back Work
Nassau General Hospital in Fernan- $995 Related
-Low Back&
Le
dina Beach following an extended III I Sports
Iness. -PersonalAuto !
Mrs. Hersey was a l lifelong resident Accidents
of Bradford County and was a
homemaker and member of the For Appointment Call
i Hope Baptist Church of Theressa. DR.RICHARD C.TUlLER
Survivors include three
:, daughters Nettle Tomlinson ofJacksonville
Beatrice Ezell of 372-7811 CHIROPRACTIC CARE
Yulee and Gladys Williamson of WHEN YOU NEED IT .

I Keystone Hersey, Hts.Jr. ;of one Theressa son, Ronald; one M. 5003 N.W. 34stGainesville 24 IIOURS A DAY 7

',. brother, Jessie Adkins of Jacksonville DAYS A WEEK

; three sisters, Viola Swanson, omce HOURS
Juanita Barnett, and Deloris Offloe II"" ..: Man.-Fri.8:30 6.00 p.m. Sat Dy Appointment
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SuspectedIn released on bond. Wattles remainsin Following information gained old and Ronald Brian Harpole, 18,of was checked she was charged with ed substance J henobarbotal nar-
custody. from an investigation, Lt. David A. Melrose. possession of controlled substance cotic.She was released after a$1,000
String Aderholt and Deputy Ron Davis of Kelly and Harpole were released cannabis and possession of controllsurety bond was posted.
Of BurglariesThree the Bradford County Sherifrs Dept. after$500 surety bonds were posted.
Starke Police went to a wooded area off NE loth
19-year-old> men have been St. that leads north of Bessent Ro.In
arrested in connection with a rash of Solve 73 PercentOf the woods they located and seized
burglaries that began in Union Coun- Reported Crimes seven marijuana plants about 3V4 Woman Charged Capital Construction
ty earlier this fall. feet tall. With.Possession
,I
During the month of Septemberthe
Albert J. Andrews, Jr. and Curtis Starke Police Department handled No arrests is were made but the investigation A 35-year-old Starke woman was Residential>;
M .
Leo Clyatt, both of Lake Butler and a total call load of 812 calls,according continuing. arrested Oct. 14 in the Reno area for Commercial :
Charles Wattles of Lafayette County to Chief Jimmy Epps drug charges -':<,.> ':, "." Custom Homes /< ." .
were arrested Oct. 6 and charged Officers investigated 45 accidents, Carol Richards Byers was arrested -
with four counts each of burglaryand made 35 felony arrests, 50 misdemeanor Speeding Vehicle at Brownlee and Pine St. dur- Remodeling
grand theft,according to Sheriff arrests, issued 106 traffic Gets Driver ChargedA ing an investigation of stolen cash
Jerry Whltebead. citations and Investigated 160 and cigarettes from her purse, according FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE
criminal cases. 117 cases were solved vehicle stopped for excessive to Patrolman
Each (is believed to have been In- resulting In a solvability rate of speed led to the arrest of an 18-year- McGrath. Byers was in the area Perry to James Trowel Ralph Courson
volved In at least four of eight 73.2 old from Minnesota.
percent. purchase crack cocaine,
according .
496-3832 4Q6-3873
burglaries that have occurred in Troy James Kelly was charged to the police report. When her purse
Union County in the last six weeks, Oct. 14 with possession of alcohol by ;9
said Whitehead. Structures Pot Plants SeizedIn person under 21, according to -
burglarized include Harold's Bar, Bradford Patrolman William Brown. During
Brown's Store (twice) the Union CountySeven the traffic stop the patrolman ;= ; : .
County High School. and two marijuana plants were seized observed an open container of Busch n ROWECAME :
automobiles.The Oct. 15 off NE 10th St. west of beer in the vehicle.Two occupants in :
Union County men were Starke by Bradford County deputies. the car were also charged,a 17yearhrwaww.ra- .0 WE SAWED : : .

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Norma J. Wheatley, 45,of Lawteywas
arrested Oct. 14 during a I '- 420 Power Blower
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domestic dispute for resisting arrest 1 o : NOW

without Danny violence Thrift.,according She was released to Deputy }t.L AINS FOR YOUR, HOME/ i 3o3-ta-sN $119U

after a $525 surety bond was posted. r : NOW

Dennis R. Kitchens, 44, was ar- I 299al
rested Oct. la on two counts battery Smith Lumber & Builders
(spouse) and aggravated assault, Supply : ELEVEN
according to Deputies Charles NEW RUGGED AND DEPENDABLE SAWS WITH PRICES STARTING AT $159.99
Carter and Thrift. During a r 7 Miles South of Starke on Hwy 301 : Vnets,'Discounts tmtAvoilatnkty Subject to loaf 9ru4r Option

domestic dispute Kitchens is charged I
STARKE
with striking one victim in the --------------------1 FLORIDA PEST CONTROL 964.5745kiicYzLeiKL
face and throwing a rock at another
victim. Bond was set at $2,000, he
was released on his own
recognizance (ROR).

Larry Allen Lebowitz,25,of Duval
County was arrested Oct. 12 on a
capias for grand theft, according to
Deputy Gene Lee. Bond was set at
5000.

Charles Thomas Ledbetter, 31, [( (
was arrested Oct. 15 during a distur
bance call to 905 Thomas St. according
to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson.}
The victim asked Ledbetter to leave
her home and an argument ensued
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during which the victim was alleged- .
ly shoved by Ledbetter,said Wilier- 4
son. Ledbetter was charged with *
battery.Bond was set at$500,,he was '!.. I
ROR. + jr"a:
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Johnny Dewayne Spencer,33,was I ; :.
arrested Oct. 15 on a capias chargIng 1

ding defrauding to Deputy an Thrift. Spencer is HALLOWEEN =

charged in an incident which occur- rP -
red May 30 at the Temple Motel.
Bond was set at$500, he was ROR. -

Johnny B. Akins, 37, of Lake COSTUME CONTEST .
Butler was arrested for retail theft, .
according to Patroman Wilkerson. v ...
As Akins was leaving Eckerd's Drug ":
ARE INVITED
AND YOU
Store the alarm sounded but Akins
continued walking and a pack of :
aqua-filters dropped from his back
pocket.The store manager detained <;'i.v.: !.
Akins until police arrived. He was DATE: OCT. 29,1989 ..;).jictJ. {';,;..
released after a $250 surety bond i .
was posted TIME: 2:30 P.M. : :
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Johnnie Stubbie Martin, 35, was ...\ : .
arrested Oct. 14 on a capias for '
failure to'smear and failure to,.pay WIN'i'I: ..:

fine nett.ROR.,according Bond was to set Deputy at$870.25 Jason,he was AGE $20.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE :;,?))7:1; ..,..i: ,


Guy Carstens, 31, of Clay county CATAGORIES IN EACH CATEGORY }l
was arrested Oct. 12 for violation of '
probation more than 20 grams of .: '
cannabis, according to Deputy

2000.Harvey Rhoden. Bond was set at 0-4 yrs. .. ..

Traffic 5-10 You need to be present i) .Vkt.. '

James Marvin Hawkins, 21, of yrs. ,
Worthington Springs was arrested by 2 p.m. to register .)j .,' '
for wilful-wanton reckless' "
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driving ?
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according to Deputy Thrift. He was Up :' .>,
released after a$282.50 surety bond : "\ 1
was posted. .i

John Cleveland Wood, 39, of Special Guest Speaker To Talk '\ 11;;
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 14 for
driving under influence (DUD,
refusing to sign citation, according! j On Halloween Safety For Kids1371S. : .\\
to Deputy Thrift. He was released
after a$750 surety bond was posted. '., 1'
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Raymond Larry Haddock 23, of
Fernandina Beach was arrested
'Oct. 14 for DUI according to A ,
Trooper D. C. Roberta. Haddock's _
blood alcohol content was .17 per-
cent. He.was released after a $500 mt
A
surety bond was posted.


Sinclair Crews, 50, was arrested ..,,'...
Oct. 13 for driving while license
suspended (DWLS), according to : 'r.
Major W. C. Reno. Bond as set at
$21 .25,be was ROR.

Dirk Marcel Williams, 24, of 1j
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.13 for rt>r ,
...
DWLS. according to Trooper I
Roberta. He was released after afn.21
: cash bond was posted. j Walnut .. I
Deerf t Village Shopping Ctr. 4.9fi4.328ti ,
?'' Brian"Adrian Davis 20, was ar
rested Oct.tt on warrants charging '{
'failure to pay flue for DWLS,according .-.
to Deputy Roman Alvarez. .
was released after$175.25 cash was

paid. !: ._ I I

Stanley frank Gumerlock, 29, of
Alachua was arrested Oct. 12 for
DLW8, according to Captain I
William TUlotson. Bond was set at i
$2 U5.


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aCT Writer should be portrayed as ar-
The lady likes cats. tists."Kadlec said.
Big cats are Pamela Kadlec's Newly opened P.K.Whiskers,Inc.
( specialty. Co-owner of P.K. is a wildlife art and taxidermy
fr TRADITIONAL whiskers, Inc. Kadlec Is a national studio where visitors can compare
certified taxidermist who believes
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the picture of a raccoon to the "There are so many people in the
lifelike figure of a mounted raccoon. area that hunt and fish, Rink said.
The studio located on US-301 northof "They P.K. Whiskers) provide a
.a Starke includes artwork by service to the area."
Florida artists such as woodcarv- As a member of the National Tax-
ings, watercolors and prints along idermy Association (NTA), Kadlec
with mounted animals such as deer, has been awarded the Award of Ex-
fish and bobcats. cellence for points accumulated at
Co-owner Roger Strickland is an national and state competition.
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with a mannequin
instructor at Santa Fe Community Beginning
.I -. College. Strickland said teaching in frame Kadlec mounts the animals
Starke for the past eight years was using reference photos to make the
t "''rd instrumental in starting the businessIn figures look more alive.
rrrWr w this area. Strickland speciality Is mountingfish.
Y "I like the people up here" The fish which lose color after
., '.'. Strickland said. they are caught are mounted and
"We have a different crowd of people air-brushed. He also uses reference
here than we do in Gainesville" photos to duplicate the natural colors -
Strickland said the executive of the fish.Through .
.' director of the Starke Chamber of the artwork and taxidermy -
Commerce Anita Rink also Influenced at P.K.: Whiskers they hope to increase

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Force His father Base, Texas.and stepmother Mr. & ,. ( \ \ EmbersFIREPROOF
Mrs. J.B. Miller. reside in Keystone.He r.r.'ll" )
is the son of Selma J. Miller of
Crestview and was a 1985 graduateof ..
Crestview Sr. High School. -
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Spec. Scott Sumpter

Completes CourseSpec. it
Scott A. Sumpter has com- rmuEE .
pleted a U.S. Army primary leader-
ship course. a

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visor in a technical or ad- .. ..J '-' ....... .;. J'" .-_ .1.., "'!
ministrative environment.He 1 CERAMIC LOGS FIT ANY VENTED WOOD-
is a medical specialist with the
706th Maintenance Battalion, Fort BURNING FIREPLACE WITH THE DAMPER OPEN.
Richardson, Alaska. Sumpter is the 0rt or dirty ashes
No dangerous sparks
son of William C. and Patricia A.
Sumpter of Keystone.The specialistis Y On I off finger tip flame control .. .., ,
a 1983 graduate of Keystone Hts. Eliminate costly firewood' ', .. ",
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Thank YouA No cressote build up or chimney fires

special thank you to friends and
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families for the food,flowers,money With REAL FRYE GAS LOGS YOU WILL USE
and prayers during our recent loss.
We would especially like to give a AND ENJOY YOUR FIREPLACE MORE
special thanks to Bro. John W. Yar-
brough for the wonderful message.It Western Steer will be celebrating its 15th anniversary
was very comforting to our hearts. Measure front width and in
your fireplace opening stop
Also a special thank you to Archie in October with three very timely specials.
Tanner Funeral Home. May God your nearest Sawyer Gas and Appliances store and see
bless each and every one of you for Salad Bar Dessert Bar with entree. live Real. Gas !
the kindness you've shown October 9-15:Free Cold or any our Fyre Logs display today

The Nick Griffis Family October 16-22:6 oz.Sirloin-$2.59 or 8 oz.Ribeye-$3.99

October 23-28:Beef Tips-$2.79 or Chopped Slrloin-$1.89
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It's Feel Good Time During Our AnniversaryDays.
'Winning LiPTh

Tennis

Students Include 1103 S. Walnut St. Starke 964-7701

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Team Members. Instant Credit In-House Financing

Call Mark at 964'6305 964-8061 : 90 Days Same As Cash
or 473 438O US 301 S


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dy's of Starke hamburgers and Kelly Rakin, a local student, was Stare Elementary placed third. a 9"1V
cold drinks to participants after the top pledge-getter in the 18 and Elementary raised more /.LL I
their walk. under age group. She received a than $600 and was the top school
Maria Stephenson, a member of mini-stereo and a plaque. team overall. They also won for the al
the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, Bradford Hospital had the highest most participation per student,with
had the highest pledged amount with employee participation, the most Southside Elementary and Bradford
more than f 1.100.She received a por- money pledged per employee and Middle School placing second and .
table television set and a March of was the top team overall. third. Each team was awarded a .w 'til a.a.3 i
Dimes Golden Award for her support Southslde Elementary placed second plaque for their success In getting F FM
as the top team overall, .and pledges for the event.

Of who T-shirts raised were$50 or awarded more.to These 18 people kids

N\arch\ "J\I1 really should be proud of their ac-
V'W : complishment,said Peery.
Funds raised will benefit the
March of Dimes in northeast Floridain 1 A
its continuing effort to decreasethe
rise of birth defects and reduce
the prevalence of low blrthwelghts. 4 i it
Since the first WalkAmerlca eventin
1970, communities across the
country have raised nearly $365
million for the March of Dimes and iijtqANOW SERVING
their ongoing campaign for
healthier newborns and babies.

Submitted by Leanne Revels whois Restaurant
a University of Florida public '
relations student intern with the Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
r Marketing and Public Relations LUNCH
A Department at SantaFe Healthcare, 1900 N Tempi' e Slarfcc. Florida 32091
the parent company and partner in
TO-RENA MOTEL
Eat-In Take Out c
healthcare with Bradford Hospital. or
For reservations' tafca out orders call): 664-7681 ,
ALL YOU CAN EAT e ADULTS $4,25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50

Ready to Walk... CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
,
I Larry Matron,Derald Tacey and
Justin Burch are ready to walk. for
Frlda 1>ra 3
I their pledge before the event In BUFFET DINNER N S y
t the picture at lower left.
e n At upper right Edna Allen of ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95
Starke" and )
Prevail Elementary were the first wainm Sherry to CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00

creel: the Hnlnh line while Sartka.. Our Buffet Consists of:More Than 15 Delicious Items 'if'J
Patel of Starke Elementary and
Jamie Colts of Lawtey Elementarywere CLOSED Tuesday-Friday:Lunch 11 a.m. til 2:30 pm;Dinner 430 pm til 9:30 l))
the lint girls to flnbh. pm.Saturday-4:30: pm til 9:30: pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 2:30 pm; .'i
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The following defendants appeared Starke are'! tr ?ti f., ii M, 1II'
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before Judge George H. J Pierce Sept. 28 in Bradford Traffic 964-7783 tip
Criminal Court where their cases Buy Here payer ;'r
received final :rn
disposition.
We Finance .

Bruce Antony Devito pled guilty
driving while license suspended JUST ARRIVED !
f (DWLS); sentenced to jail for five '85 Nissan Centra 5 spd.,
days,credit for time served. $600 Down E-Z Payment83'Toyota ?
James R.Fender charged with no !
mobile home tag; provided valid-(,, : .
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tag dismissed. ,, .
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Beverly Diane Gullion Red1 glii\ty\ r Clean: $600 Down:E-Z
costs.unlawful alteration fo tag; $52 court Payments

Raymond Heath charged with no '87 Chevrolet Spectrum-
mobile home tag; provided proof of
dismissed. Automatic/Air.Low Miles :
tag 1:1W
Michael Alan Johnson pled no con- $600 Down, E-Z Payments
test DWLS; provided valid license, .. qiI1
ordered to pay $52 court costs. '83 Pontiac Bonnerffle-
Chalmer V. Justice pled guilty Nice, $600 Down, E-Z
driving under influence (DUD; fin-:: Payments -
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Cable Television Comes to Brooker, Installations Begin


;.", by Butter Rahn failure of the subscriber to pay a the original agreement with bon- the water line is there. tempt to get DOT to share some \t f' BCT Staff Writer water bill on time, the re-connect dholders precludes "free" water to Attorney Hobbs has already talked the cost. till: *ZW per momUi, Is unchan)
: Tom Hulett president of Bronson charge Is$25 during business hours, anyone. with DOT representatives, but Fred Magyar, who has be4A/J *ml was accepted by the council. I
; Cablevision, arrived late to the and $50 after hours. Attorney Hobbs will discuss pay- will re-open the discussion,In an at- Water Plant Operator for several 1 .
The ordinance for a ment of water with Mike Bearden,
': Brooker council meeting Tuesday, provides --- -- '" '
Oct. 10, but brought good news. subscriber to voluntarily request business manager representing
"Cable begin in the disconnection, but the reconnectionfee DOC in the negotiations.
morning (Wednesday, Oct. 11))," is the same.Tampering of
Hulett said. with water meters Attendance Required... Announcing the Opening
Base rate for cable in Brooker will subjects a person to Section 812.14 Council Chairman Gene Melvin
be $12.95 for 24 channels and $8.95 Florida Statutes, if found guilty, ac- said the recent council pay increase
additional for HBO. Hulett is offer- cording to the ordinance. from$50 to$100 per month requiressome Bradford Family
ing free hook-up during the first 30 The proposed ordinance passed penalty for missing council
days. unanimously meetings.
If Brooker buys Christmas ornaments Following a brief discussion, the PracticeBruce
Bronson Cablevision will Other Agreements... council agreed that any member
use its equipment to hang them, The council reviewed an agree- missing meetings "back to back"
Hulett promised ment by and between Attorney should forfeit one month's pay
Johnny Hobbs and the city of without exception.
Water Rates... Brooker, to include new salary A motion effecting the penalty Pollock, M.D. ; 1..
The council passed a new or- figures.The agreement,approved in passed unanimously.Big Board Certified family Physician
dinance making the town's water the August, 1989 meeting, was accepted -
charges official, as opposed to coun- for signing. It provides for Water Bill... General, Pediatric and
cil policy. Hobbs to be paid $75 per hour for The city is stuck with a $1,900 Adult Medicine
According to City Clerk Charlene legal services rather than $75 per plumbing bill, unless the Florida
Thomas, the rates remain unchanged meeting. Department of TransportationDOT +'s
; in fact,the rates have not changed Hobbs reviewed an agreement ( ) relents and picks up some of AV-MED,Medicare, PPC
in the past 10 years. The basic between the Florida Department of the cost. Blue Cross/Blue Shield
rate is $;i5 for 4XX( gallons of Agriculture and the Florida Depart '
water; $1.25 per 1,000 for the next ment of Corrections(DOC),in which While cleaning a road ditch on s r
2.(MM)gallons; $1 per 1,000gallons for the Brooker Farmer's Market is to DOT right-of-way the DOT dragline 743 S. Walnut Street Suite B,
the next 2,000( gallons and $.85 per be leased to DOC for storage of broke a 6" water main, spilling ,
1,000 gallons above 8,000 gallons used building materials. 75,000 gallons of water. In the Starke, Florida 32091
The Ag Dept. is transferring titleto emergency commissioners called B
There is a $40 deposit required the Farmer's Market to the city H Plumbing Co., since the city is
when the application is made to in- In the meantime, Brooker has been not prepared to handle a problem of
sure payment of water bills. asked to honor the DOC agreementuntil this magnitude. B H submitted a Office lours 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday thtVU5h Friday
Residential connection charge is$75, it expires at the end of 1990. bill for $1,900
and commercial connection is $75 The council found no problem in DOT says Brooker does not have a
plus costs. working with DOC.Commissioner permit to run water lines on right-of- 964-9535 496-0092
Connection fees may be paid in in- George Pierce said way. Commissioner Pierce says the
stallments, if desired. DOC will be required to pay for line preceeded the road, and DOT
If water has been disconnected)for "".>for f ft >hf P--mpfV Market,since either knows, or should have known
-

. Police Officer Reprimanded


Starke Police Officer Cheryl Chief of Police Jimmy Epps
Belcher appeared before the Stai'ke recommended that: 1) Belcher be THURSDAY FRIDAY &/ SA AYS
Council Tuesday, Oct. 3, and put on suspension for 5 days,without ..
acknowledged her negligence in pay; 2) Belcher's probation be ex- ,
leaving a police cruiser with the tended to April I, 19'.10; 3) Belcher be
(engine running and not properly required to pay all cost resulting
secured resulting in minor damageto from the accident,and 4)) Belcher to '
the cruiser and another vehicle. receive written evaluation each 30 EMPLOYEE DISCJ3 N
An investigation by the Starke days during the extended probation
Police Department found Officer period.
Belcher at fault and recommended a TUF ;
written reprimand which was Belcher agreed with the recommendations -
subsequently approved by the city ,and the council approved -

commiSSion.While damage to both vehicleswas In the the action.first accident in which WFD, .r

minor, it was the second time Belcher was involved the police ; [ : %
Belcher has been involved in an accident cruiser was totaled out at the corner M
of US.301 and SR-16.



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Our 7-Plece Solid Pine Bedroom
ELECTRIC RESISTANT HEAT Group
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be subs .. .. 'r';.01 \,S.Af"1,1/:: /. ,I 100 ACRES: six room house and bam.
GREAT LOCATION ACROSS FROM Owner will finance $$2000/acre
mltt.d' to the Bradford "A TRADITION OF TR UST".HOMES.
County KOA/WAL MART Hwy 301 2000 WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN
Telegraph office In and In sq ..... .....
writing paid ft. $600 month. 964-6348 evenings HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR?It g. 10/5/89 3
advance unless credit I. already CHEAPER THAN RENT! Immaculate furnished 3 bedroom, 1 '/ bath mobile
established with this office. 473-3627 TFN 3 5 Works!) Now available for cats, too. LAWTEY ACREAGE:with road REAL. horn w/separate recreational room equipped with Move & frig, parole

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 10/1/89 4 Gator Farm Supply,Ole Glory Feed, Call for details MATHEWS garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Grlffis loop. $ 19600.
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED 8 Goldkist. 6 964-4469. TFN 9
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN s GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE 4 bedroom 2 bath with a large family room
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN K>00 soi ft last food location across 9/7/89 7 S 10/5/69 3
AD IS TAKEN OVER located In the $ 59300.
THI TELEPHONE. from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848, eve- HORSE AND HORSE TRAILER DoubleD BUILDING LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD- city.
RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITE 2 1 frame home Cleared
BA 1.65 Acrei.
BR
Classified deadline TUESDAY nings 473-3627 TFN 3 four horse trailer and 8 year old cleared and mostly cleared levelled on
prior to WON. s 10/1/89 4 quarter horse gelding line back dunn. and landscaped,call 964-6300 TFN 8 landscaped. Own.rflnanclng. $3500 On $195/10 $ 17,000
Thursday publication. GREAT FIRST HOMI for couple- BR, 1 ba, carport porch.
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouseofficespaoe call 9648II26 s 9 s 10/5/89 3 young
Cla..lfled'dl.play 5:00 P.M. deadline TUESDAY. : 3000-9000 sq ft, located at 10/5/89 2 9 ACRE TRACT:4 acres of mature pines, NE 26th Av. $26,000
placement Is Special NOT Guarant..d.Minimum Classified .display Enterprise Park next to Sunshine FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME, call 5 acres of improved drained property HWV.301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR. 2 ba, CHSA 1539 t.f., 1.7 acre $ 40,000

charge for classified ads Industries. Contact Diane Ely, 964- 96465516 s pecan trees, fruit trees, mobile home NW 65th AVE.i 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 5 ocrei. Home ha. new 20 yr. roof freshly

15 words for $3.30, th.n 15 cents for Is 5294 TFN 3 s 10/5/89 4 well septic. Great building site fur painted Iniide. Owner says, 'Make an Offer!
each word thereafter. $1 10/1/69 4 AMAZON PARROThand fed, talks,also small ranch.Located I mile from Starke ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatment.
billing
will be added to each CHARGED charge STORE FOR RENT. 1000 SQ FT 301 hand fed cocall l.. call 431-1350 Golf Course., $34.900. 964-8602 after 3 ceiling fan. CHSA stove, refrlg, DW garage with door opener, antenna
classified ad. SOUTH PLAZA. 964-7681 OR 964- //S s 10/5/89 2 6 Dm. 9_ with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
6784 TFN 3 s HAPPY JACK TRIVERMICIDE: Recog- BROOKER AREA, !from $295 down. $89 garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy

< ; STORE FOR RENT, 1000 SQ FT. 30L Veterinary Medicine against hook, meadows ideal for small farm or beautifully landscaped.BRICK .

1977 FORD low SOUTH PLAZA 964-7681 OR 964- round 4 tapeworms In dogs & catsl! country home. 10 miles North of HOME: 4 BEDROOMS, 3'/ BATHS, 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
pick up. mileage. 6 cyl., 6784 TFN3 Gator II Farm Ole Feed Gainesville. Mobile oK.no
$1500, call 96468352 Supply Glory qualifying LR DR. kitchen w/ refrlg. range/oven dishwasher, fan/hood; den laundryroom
10/5/89 2 10/2/89 4 & Goldkist. 6 s FREE BROCHURE. Owner/Broker and on office, CHSA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop, spacious

1977 AMC GREMU. 2 door 4 cyl., am/ LARGE OFFICE OR BUSINESS SPACE; HAPPY 10/12/89 JACK 10 LAWTEY,97Hwy, 125 9 farm house. with 70 back yard with security lights. $71,000
3200 located Bradford SKIN BALM checks ,
soft ; next to :
fm radio runs good asking $650 call CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR. 2 Ba, plenty of storage space CHSA wood
County Telegraph; former K> cent scratching & relieves irritated skin fenced acres 2 wells cow bam 4
964-5018 2 s heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
store;can be renovated to suit tenant. without steroids. Promotes healing & chicken houses, approx. 50 acres In
10/12/89 1 garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 78.500
Contact Bill Green 904-222-7500. hair growth on dogs & catsl' Gator II hay pasture 964-4469 tin
1989 CHEVROLET CAVALIER RSjust KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/lBa carpet cent heat, window
1113 10/5/69 4 Farm Supply. Ole Glore Food & // 9 S 10/5/69 4
take over payments no equity required Goldkist. 6 s LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3 acres air stove, refrig DW, 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 38,000
comes with 100,000 mile ;J\lOJJI ) Ql\t. S.. 11/2/89 10 road frontage on Forsyth Road BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors, 1 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60.000
bumper to bumper extended warranty : HORSES FOR SALE. I quarter horse 13500. call M07-464-6827 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000

plus regular warranty bought new in ''FOR S 11t : gelding with blue eyes and I Appa- //9 s 10/5/RB sHOMESFOR BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44.000
July of this year. Payments just loose mare call 964-4489 keep trying HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA screened patio wBBQ grill.
$283.66 per month for more Information AMERICAN FAMILY HOMES. NEW/ 6 s 10/12/89 1 ) SALE Also 3BR MH 1 Vi BA on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. $122,400

431-1210 call Byron Scroggins, Raiford, USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGE AKC ROTWILER MALE PUP. born 7/22/ RENTAL HOUSE IN STARKE for sale 2 .....WATERFRONT.....

10/12/89 2 2 s PARK2720637. 4 69. $300. call 782-3997 6 BR I bath full basement two stock GREAT FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOM: LAKE HILLCREST, 3/2. 180 mobile

s 10/5/89 4 S 10/12/89 1YAR&SAVES block home, ch/a currently rented. home, outside and in remodeled In CHSA
80 FORD 1/2 TON, 6 cyl.1 stick will take cypress carpel, range refrig, d/w,
car on trade, 964-2176 2 86 PIEDMONT 56x26. 3BR.Assume 2 bath with ', Must Sell. Reduced to$25.500.Eves. hot tub. shingle roof fireplace, concrete driveway aboveground pool lots of
s 10/12/89 1 den and fireplace ch/a loan 473-3627 TFN 18 decking screen porch, storage building. All of this surrounded by a 6' chain

1981 CHEVY CITATION. 4 speed.runs balance call 9648566s4 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9-5pm. Rd 16 FOR SALE BYOWNER.7rooms 2 baths. link & privacy fence. $ 7$.000

good good interior needs some work, 5 10/5/89 2 West on Morgan Rd. Look for signs on 100x200 lot in town,$45.000.owner COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its best! 800' of paved winging
1986 14X60 central heat
asking $500. 964-6701. keep trying &,air 2 bedroom FLEETWOOD.I bath. Assumable piano and variety of items. financing with$11,500 down, 10% Inter- driveway to this superb 3500 If home. The home has beautiful wooden floors,

2. 10/12/89 78235704 7. 10/12/89 1 est, 9642796116 s carpet vaulted ceilings, levels. of living space, Ig. foyer, eat-In kitchen with

1976 MONTE CARLO silver with black S mortgage.10/5/89 3 CLOTHES FURNITURE, MISC. Items 10/5/89 2 new bulll-ln' appliances, formal dining room, Ig. living 8 family rooms with

vinyl top runs good 350 engine 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME ON 4 ACRES of new Crocket items 238 E. Washington FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I screened Bathhome.Familydining fireplaces, 4 BR., 3 Full Baths 2'/i baths, Inside utility room 3 sunbathing

1400., call 964-5647 2 land comer of SRI6-East and 10th old bus station, Friday & Saturday porch.garage.fenced room backyard.newly decks, 100 ft. on lake Geneva. 2V4 Ac., with sprinkler system Ig. oaks,

10/12/89 2 Street, call 964761014 9-unul 7 s painted.wallpaper. Saratoga azaleas, dogwoods, camellias located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgts. Assum.
10/12/89: 1 Mtg. Must see to appr.clot.1GREAT )
s 10/5/89 3 MOVING-YARD SALE.Thurs Fri.ONLY HeJghts.96476341116
:LOSWOUND; 1990 ,14 X 50 2 BR .1 I bath $6995 call 9-4pm old tables books tools, and s 10/5/89 4 WATERFRONT PROPERTY. LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extending
755-5114 Circle B Homes Lake City, lots of misc. Eunice Road-105th St off 3 BR I bath wood frame house, septate to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
LOST.GOLDEN RETRIVER name Cas- Fl.14 10589REPO 301. 782-3287 7 s block garage and utility 1.75 acres, $63,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.

sanova, responses to CAZ rewards, 4 10/12/69 1 Wilson Road call 964-8956 after 5pm ...LOTS& ACREAGE...
96488505 t DOUBLE WIDES. $1000 down. GARAGE SALERd 230.11/2 I mile past //16 s 10/5/69 4 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 130x130 $ 4.500
10/5/89 2 bad credit or no credit you can buy two double cement bridges.5th houseon SALE-MOBILE HOME-14X60 MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres inside city S 10,000 i

call 755-5114 Circle B Homes, Lake right, look for signs little bit of CONCORD eda some minor repairs WALDOi four lots, city water, well, septic, 2 power poles $ 28,000SE
Rt: \ ;tSIJJ: ] City Fl.14 s everything dunagree dresses of all ,clear title,not lire..whool.,$950 19th ST. HAMPTON 3 acres, 3 septic tanks, 4" sub pump 2 power poles,
10/5/69 4 sizes 55 gal.fish aquarium t.v..plants, or best offer. 782-3658 16 access to city water. $17,000
()tJ1\'O FtAlt USED MOBILE HOMES wides 10/12/89 3
single s
and 7
Friday Saturday LAWTEYI3 lots, each approx. 100x160. access to city water each $ 3,000
starting at $500 doublewides also In s 10/12/89 1 ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT HOMES
HWY. IISi One
stock. Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl. from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax acre. $ 5.000
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodedraccess.$545Oeach. YARD SALE. SATURDAY Oct. 21. 93pm,1805RAifordRdtopperforsmaf- LOT
GOLFAIR RDi Country Club Estates, 1.11 acresi Make Offerl $ 8.700
Call
. ..1eI".fI.v( No, ? 75S5M4UM" *. property. Repossessions.ExtX3W34 16 rr 1-602-- -CQNEU.YSTATES) Lot 12 -*. .?*.. "'<..."' **> ***'.+ !** 10,000
.$65.41monA-ONn r.'"; ; 10/5/89... e'PWv, 4 IllSU- t' 'N r:'" ITj jr.' '*""'k. babhCribi IIIIIh..uress.olh' uMt.--438-eaaS! 10/12/89 LAWTEY Five acres, 105th Ave., Good Investment $ 15,000
988 "- E a
t: ..., : !; Jtems.7 :.. .. ii//89;
: ... ... PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RDi 20.16 Acres, 3 wells, 2 $
;\'to"_ f ,IB,/;,. -' 10/5/89 ''4 I4x64.2 BM Bath cathedrtJ ceilings 1LARGE FOR SALE OR RENT-2BR. 1 BATH. 615 poles 50.000
island stove must be moved 496- YARD SALE.play pen, office E. Washington St $250 month. $100 WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. Frontier $ 15,000

'WANTED l 2535 after 6pm 4 credenza. golf clubs new yard tools, sec. deposit. 473-3623 after 6pm After Hours

WANTED: HOUSE! OR TR/tttEfTW/ HANDYMAN SPECIAL 1 doublewide. 4 many crafted items Get a head start 16 s 10/12/89 2 Ann Trwlllgar Notion . . . . . .473-7541

NEED OF major repairs In exchangefor BR 2 baths mobile home many large on 1637 christr W. Madison as, Thurs & Fri 7 9-4pm FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 Bedroom 2 bath. Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . . 964-6323

partial rent or no down on land windows,asking 7000.terms negotiable s 112.891: CH&A. carport & pole garage. 1500 s.f., Debra Connoughton. . . . . . . .964-3833
contract. $100 to$200 a month. Have 782-3949 4 s ESTATE S.E Brownlee Rd. past pe- corner lot 100x100, 'Ig. trees. Exc.lI.nt.tart.r
home In
good neighborhood.
local references. 964-9018 Woody or 10/12/89 1
odds &
can Mos'y glassware
964-8170 Tommy //*11 ends grovt.Friday only 9-2pm Follow signs 1121

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Sc 213R apartments. Monthly payments from $220 plus utilities.

Handicapped] units are also available. Rental information andapplications
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ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. :OUTLAW';ra/ty/ < : p1" Hwy.Starke 301, FL S. I..J3 I

Located Hwy. .301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. 9641522STARKE REALTOR

Ft, Your Full Service Real Estate Office
s/Waterfront
'n' !Homes 'Lot'Acreage
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TO GOOD fISHiNG lAKESi Doublewlde on one acre Keystone area. -
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159.119 /Farms Commercial-

'*GREAT PRICE REDUCTION on 40 acre catfish farm. 59-89
WATERFRONT 1.7 acre with beautiful 2 story house. 60-89 s
WCILUNT INVESTMENT PROPERTY Front. 100E Colley Rd & Geiger Rd. Six RKM.TOR SPECIAL Nw Hampton.4 Acre.with Well Septic Tank
; And Power Pol*. $12,000 Cash or Terms. '
ocr... 54.89OUT
nice s
THE COUNTRY 3BR/2Ba on 1 ocre. Priced In the $5Oa. 167.119
**NEW tN USTlNOi Will hold mortgage with good down payment on 3BR/l'>4Bo HAMPTON LAKE ACCESS 3BR2BA.From.. .,, CH&A, 2184 SF, S76 SF

BROKERS SPECIAL Workshop. ,
171.89LARGE
11 home on one ocr.LOT In Country Club Estates, 270x322x243. Trees & owner REDUCED $20.0001 a SAMPSON LAKI 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room CH&A, 180 ft. *

CORNER could ask for anything more? 12500.13689 US 301 South, metal building 12..... 12x40 MH two r wells, S .eptle tank. 3 an Water.

.:iMAOTFUl TWO CORNER LOT 'In City. Surrounded by big oaks, can be divided | high & dry ecr.s. NOW ONLY S4S.OOO CASH! NEW HOME 4BR/2BA Brick CH&A 10.12 Sun Deck. W.II R Septic.
at 12500. 102.89 SHADE TRIES 3BR/2BA Brick, CHA, 2946 SF. 2 Garages, on 1.7 Acres. I

'into two LOT lots YOU Sellers HAVI loss-your BEEN LOOKING gain FOR to build your dream home on, *CUTE AS A BUTTONi from. I/I. new kitchen cabinet. $15SOO. FRONTAGE ON HWY 100 3BR/2BA Cut Brick CH&A, Room for Horses, 2.5|

*THE and tr.... Can be divided. All thl. and owner financing fort *BEDFORD LAKE 211. CH&A," complete furnished extra nke. a Acrea. s
292x200., High, & dry W *LAKI COTTAGE on clear take with white, sandy beach Large ..k trees. CROSBY LAKI SHORES 3BR/2BA Two Story, AC Units, Elct.' Heat Well < I

$ lARGl7oIN lAWTIYi lots of trees, city water. Build your home or put your *BRICK SIR, 1 12Aa Nice neighbors Range, refrlg.. CHI A. Ene. Oaroae. Septic. I
$ ..000.STARKI .3BR/2BA Doublewlde/ CH&A.Workshop, Fish Pond, Well a Sep. sPORCHES
It. 100..200. compare at $3,000. 91.119. *BEST AREAS 3BR 2Bo, CH&A, brick 1405 ..I., new roof new paint. s HWY I*I
i tmobll. home on three high & dry ocr... Assume mortgage of $384.36 per HISTORIC AREA Renovated 6BR 3'A BA 6 fireplaces. 135000. tic. .
1"1 DOUIILIWIDI an All ROUND 3BR/1 BA, A-Frame, Pole Bam Tool Shed. Well i |
In- okra$55.000
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CHIA? refrigerator and oth.r extras. All major components *HIGHWAY It WESTl 4/2V4. CHIA. 1496 on a
month. range
*INCOME PROPIRTYi 4/2 Home, plu. 8 room Day Care Facility. 4 Septic.
'E 3BR/2BA CB CH&A, Family Room 2148 SF, Garage.
STRUT
lVSuiir $79.900. 90-87 location 3/1V*. Only S33.OOO. CHURCH
WMyNirGHBOHOOb. approx. 1600 ..f. brick veneer *FENCED YARD all appliances, convenient
CHURCH STRUT 2BR/IBA CI & From.. CHAA. 1536 SF. Comer lot.
beautiful oak & pi..... 13.89 *IN BROOKIRs Frame Home. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing.
iAPPROX. ACRES with Gas Heat.a i
4 a CHURCH STRUT Two Story Apartment Bldg 2BR/1BA eo Apt. :
2.78 *** *
reduced. 15-89 ..f. In the country on
Price .IDUCf.DBrick.. 2000 ,
301. CH4A over
SOff frontage on
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ACRES over HIGHWAY Ml S 300 ft. frontage. 2 Mobil. Homes & eomm.rclalilidg.'IUVIR
*TEN $55.000.
.. fro.... CH&A on 4.64 acres. .
*MELROSS beautiful building lot hoe lake ace. 77-89 *OWNER FINANCING 2 .tory 12. BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home, CHA. 2 Acres.
BUILDING LOT IN TOWNi only 5000. 40-89 *FRAME with cedar siding 4/1. rge & ref on 10 acres. $52,000. s CTY HWY MS 4.8 Acres. 38R/2BA MH. Central H..t.'AC Units Paved TRoad.
SPECIAL onlyANOTHER 112,000. Owner financing. 48-89 *EPPERSON STREET 4 BR, 1900 ..f. home. No sign on property $? .5goPINIBRIIZI -.
HANDYMAN .
*M/1... $14,500. 145-89 $/Di well kept brick 3/1'.S. CH&A. nice lot. $39,000.

*ALSO IIIR. 1 ba Irem on 1 acre $26,900. 56-89 *PRAMI 3/1 on 3 acre., 38x30 pole born fruit tr_., and more. $52,000. s SELECTED PROPERTIES
*THREE *CEDAR HOMI on Iocr., CH&A, rang. I ""r.. $38.000.
WAIDO Nice Shady Bldg or MobIl. Home lot 100x200 ft. .
C.nt-r St S2QO/MJ! *FARM HOUSES CH&A. on 28 acres, 2 bam, pecan grove $87OOO.
RENTALS! BR Dupl.x.. sUDO LOTS Hwy leW Owner Financing.' s
HOMI
1 Th..a. $28S/mo. *BRICKS' 4 BR, 2V4 Ba, CH&A, FP. Rnge & Refrl., DW. over 5 acre s /rookerte
.2 BR. 2 Bo Mobile Home.aic.. $450/mo. *IN STARKIi Close to hasp., CB. 3/1. CH&A, Big Room*! $38.5OO... HOMI BUX LOTS Shady Oaks
Crosby nom*.. FOUR e-ACRI TRACTS Brooker Owner Financing.'
.3 BR HOUSE on *IAROI LOT IN CJTVi 100x200 w/30x30 garage suitable to store motor ,
I- BIAUTIPUl TWO STORY brick i cedar farm home. 1/T. 72 ecrea. I THRU 1-ACM RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker, Owner Financing. s
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and peaceful. (REDUCED) 4 ACRES Well Septic & Power Pol.*.
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1 quiet
IAWTEY AREAS nice home CH A. on oer
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8 ACRES Frontage en Hwy. 100W, City Wilier & S_,..
a 301 South. L
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After Hours Call These Realtor : HOMES .AOWACICOMMEROAL te4e311xte s
.LAKE LOTS G.rfe.Stephen
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IFOR/SALE::. ; : ))1 ()I (Sl\t.f. .'. I FURNITUREKINGSIZE FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING YARD SALES

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- 2 1/2 ACRES ON HIGHWAY FRONT- WATERBED-Padded railing. COMMERCIAL SPACE available In MACHINES NOT WORKING' CHRISTIAN CLUB-Yard Sale and Bake "
6946. 12 9/7/89 AGE,well and septic tank.$500 down, bookcase headboard. Good condition, Keystone Height 2 locations: 700 sq. Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. Sale. Saturday October 21, KH State
52 payment around $160 month, qualified $100. 659-2134. ltchg/10-19 ft. S 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility Work guaranteed. Used machine $50 Bank parking lot. Baby Items, toy,
NEWSPAPER PLATES- buyers 782-3333 12 In both locations 473.3193 or and up. 7/20 tfnchg clothes, topes, wallpaper household
aluminum.Measures 24x36 ( 10/12/89 4 HELP WANTED 473-7683, leave message. 7/6 tfnchg SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain line Item Large number of families
Inches,$ 50 each. Great for patchingand 12 X60 MOBILE HOME,2 BR.2 yrs.old ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency. relayed. Prices reasonable Bradford ltpd1019YARD
repairs TELEGRAPH 135 W. heat and ac, frost free refrigerator FULL-TIME POSITION-Oualitications: Laundry and dock facilities. $275 Septic Tanks, Slarke. 9648121. SALI-6583 Rretower Road. 8:30:
Call St. Starke 12 s electric stove, on I acre 4* well 3 mutt be able to work with children per month.plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6lfnchg til. 1 ltpd/10-19
9/7/89 52 miles on 16 West owner financing 6wkt old to 12 yrs. license Number 7/6tfnchg DOORS DRAGGING'FLOORS SAGGING' HUGE YARD SALE-Saturday and Sunday
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur Will sell seperate.mobile home$1600. 030444. 475-3132 4tchg 9-28/10-19 IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE-21 N. HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL'-Call LaRue from 10 to 4. Lot of clothing furniture
Gaskins. 782-3140 12s call 964-9119 or 824-5544 12 SECRETARY NEEDED-Experlenced typist across street from Hardees. 12'X32', Leveling Service for all your foundation and jewelry. 7827 Bundy Lake Road off
10/01/89 4 10/12/89 1 computer skills, 40 hours per week. $275. adjoining 20'X32', $350. 4734375. repair. Keystone 4737721. 7/9TFN 214. Second house on left. ltchg/IO-19(
HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, CERAMIC MOULDS ALLIGATOR AND Send resume to A. Bowman, P. O. Box 7/13tfnchg TOP QUALITY PAINTING COMPANY. GIANT YARD SALI-Saturday. 10/21, 9 to
storage buildings, garages, green- BULLDOG $45 firm, like new. call 1099, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656. SPACIOUS 3BR/2B-ln Bradford County. 20yrs Experience, pointing wallpaperIng 4. Forr.it Hill Rood off 100 E. Just
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy 964-7554 12 3tchg/l()-t2.26 Keystone Hgts. Wonderful pressure washing, Inter/exter. before Putnam Hall. Furniture, collectibles
301 South 964.8848 TFN 10/12/89 1 ATTENTION-HIRING.Government |lobs In neighborhood Central H/A, lots of Free estimates Call Howard 659.2591 (ewelry. Hundred of householdand
12. 10/01/89 4 MUST SELL:1982 Honda Goldwing.$1050 your or.o. 517.840.569.485. Call storage.$475/mo. Owner/Agent FranRossono,475.1678.3tchg1012.1026 3lpdlO/5-19 miscellaneous Item. ltchg/IO-19(
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sates,wicker O.b.o., call 964- 175 12 1-602-838-8885, ht.R.14027. EXPERT HOUSECLEANING care for
I 10/12/89 1 1 BR FURNISHED.house on White Sands the elderly. References. 4733723. GARAGE SALE .Sat.Nov. 21th. Sam
used furniture appliances TV's, 3tpd/10/19-26/11/2
VCR's. .You name It, I PIANO FOR SALE, excellent condition IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING-at New Lite Lake, deck A/C, clean, 1 tch/10.19 comer of Pecan&Field St., Keystone
microwaves
III., Alwas looking for such Items. $650 call 782-3500 8-Spm or 782- Acres. 4752108. 2tchgt 0.19/26 S250/mo.-June. deposit $200. BABYSITTING-Nights and weekends.Call Htsbeside football field, doors hand
carry 3869 after 12 tool, L 4 G tools tow bar topper ,
6pm s ATTENTION EARN 249-7884. 4tpd/10-12-11-2 after 4 475-1596. 1tpd/10-lf
MONEY.
Stop in if you wish to sell something. Reading p.m.
7
much K
10/12/89 1 Income CALL CENTURY 21-Showcase Propertiesfor HAS YOUR LAKE GONE DOWM'-Does more.
304 E. Call St., 9643250. Evenings Books.$32,000/year potential.
call 9645813. Don't call after 9pm. 12 FT FIBERGLASS BOAT with trailer, Details calll( ) 602-838-8885 Ext. Bk rentals of the following: homes, your dock do nothing but sit on land0 10/12/89 1
TFN 12 s 10/01/89 $200 call 964-4308, ask for Tony 14027.3tpd/10.19.2611.2 lakefront homes mobile homes, office Call Keystone Dock Disassembling and
412X21 12 s 10/12/89 1 PROOF OPERATOR.Fun.tlm.. 10-Key experience space, and mini-storages Removal. Fr. estimates. 4734055.2tpd101926 WANT TO BUY
CARPORT $790 NO DOWN RICKS From SALVAGEWe've probably got it. reuired. Contact Greg Brew.rwith (9044734903.) 1tchg/10-19
PAYMENT .Hand! House portable bankruptcies state school, Keystone State Bank. EOE. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOORDRAGGIN.HOUSE
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- county, building supply sources. 473-4921. ltchg/IO-19 FOUND OUT OF GOOD USED CRIBS-trolleri hlghcholr.
8848 TFN 12 s Doors Doors-cars and trucks 301 LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for playpens 473-7140 evening ltchglO-3(
North, 964-5184 12 s
10/01/89 4 10/12/89 1 NOTICE SMALL GRAY DOG-on Immokallee Road. all your foundation repairs. 473-7721
PIN EHURST VARIETY-targe selection of Call 473.3370 4732612. 2lfr/10-l2-19 //17 K 10/2/89 4
SOFA AND CHAIR floral
good
craft supplies. Silk and driedcutouts.baskels.wreaths.nbbon pattern CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
condition $75 also 40 ft tv antenna,
f I o w e r s wood to the Lak. Region Monitor office .

much more. Across from Southside and excellent after 6pm reception 12 $100.s 964-5931 unless In credit writing Is and already paid in establishedwith advance Ads


8pmMon-Sat Elem.Hwy 100 9am6pmSun.S.open 7am-964- STEREO with 10/12/89 16 receiver station MCS preset 1 series memory A 85 bank.watts MONITOR this office STAFF CANNOT BE HELD [[Union County Area ] I

5587 12 s 10/5/89 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
auto reverse cassette deck ,
3USED many CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
extras, $300, call 964-5697
DRYER.S50 used refrigerator THE TELEPHONE.
,$75; complete dining; room set with MAGNAVOX COLOR TV. remote Classified deadline Is 11'00 a.m. Tuesday FOR SALEFOR LAND FOR SALE
control less than I old,$200.call
year HELP WANTEDACT
china cabinet $1,000 or best offer. 12 prior to Thursday publication.
964-5647
964-2483 12 2 Minimum charge is$3.50 for 15 words, SALE Crosley Regrlgerotor, used BROOKER AREA From $295.00 down
10/5/89 3 WEIGHT 10/12/89 BENCH with hand and then 15 cents for each additional word. IN TV COMMERICALS High Pay. No good condition, $180.00. Sofa with $89.00 per month. 1-5 acres. Rolling
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur leg lifts $55. Includes weights ropes and' Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, .xp.rl.nc..AII ages, kid teens, matching wingback chair, $150.00. oaks and meadows. Ideal for small
Gaskins, 782314012 mat.964-5647 12 s Keystone Hts.. FL 32656 young adults, families, mature people, One 50.000 BTU vented LP Gas heater farm or country home. 10 miles Northof
5 10/2/89 4 SEARS COLDSPOT FREEZER. 18 cu.ft. animals etc. Call Now! Charm $90.00. 496.3463 after 3 p.m. pricesnegotiable Galnewllle. No qualifying. Mobile
FRESH BROWN EGGS 533-2474 332 N. WAter ST. 12 CARS-TRUCKSMOTORCYCLES Studios. ((313)) 542.8400 Ext. 1580. 3tchg or tfn. 10/5 10/12 o.k. FREE BROCHURE. Owner/broker.
//12 s 10/4/89 4 40tpd. 10/5 thru 7590.BE 10/19. 317.9977.4tchg. 9/28 thru 10/19.
HAY FOR SALE-26 ROLLS RYE GRASS ON TV many needed 'for commercials. FOR SALE Refrigerator washer dryer, APPROX.ACRES with mobile home,all
and 24 rolls Alecla. Never wet under No Down Payment Now hiring all ages. For casting stave. Appliance repairs Call hookups, will consider motorhome as
barn .all for 1000. Also chest type 197 MAZDA RX7.AM/FM Cassette, Info. Call ((615)) 779.7111 Ext. T946. 4962090. 2tpd. 10/12. 10/19. part payment. 2752320. Itpd. 10/12.
freezer, good condition $150 782- Handi-House A/Csunroof. 5-speed. 85000 miles 4tpd. 10/5. 10/12 10/19,10/26. FURNITURE ALL KINDSReasonoble-
3737 or 782385712 $3500. 473.9024 llpd/10-19 CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring all psitlons. Movlng,496-3715 S.ltpd. IC.19. MOBILE HOMES
s 10/5/89 2 C&C Mini-Storage Both skilled and unskilled. For information FIREPLACES ft WOODSTOVESFIorlda'l
MISC. TOOLS. TOOL BOXES. MOTOR ANIMALSFOR call ((615)) 779.5507 Ext H915. largest selection over 40 different' FOR SALE
CYCLE PARTS call 964-4583 9648848Garages' -- 2tpd. 10/12, 10/19. model In stock New used trade-in's.
12 s 10/12/89 1 HELP WANTED Experienced sideseamers Well worth the trip The. Woojstove; a
SALE 2 Great Danes Mole and 199014' xSO'2 BR. 1 Bath $6995.00 Call
1989 CR 125 HONDA pro-circuit engine, and In-seamers. Also hiring Fireplace Center 2031 Northwest 6th
755-5114
Female, AKC adults 481-3082 Circle B Homes, lake City, FL
pipe and silencer. New top end. suspension Greenhouses 3tchg10/19-11/2 other production workers. No experience St. Galnsvllle, Fl. Toll Free REPO DOUBLE WIDE $1000.00 down. Bad
and reeds. RACE READY-A DI I Looking for full 1-800-524-267S. 10/19 7tpd. 11/30.
Storage necessary.
credit credit.
FOR SALE-2 horses, 1 pony, 5 saddlesand or no You can buy. Call
WINNER$2,000.473-2859 after 6.00 time employees. Good benefit PIANO FOR kALEWanted: Responsibleparty
755-5114. Circle
some tack. Call 473.0618ttchgl0t9 B Homes, lake City FL
12 s 10/12/89 2 301 S. 't package. Apply In person: Lake Butler to take over payments on piano USED MOBILEHOMES Slnglewldes starting -
CURRIER PIANO FOR SALE$700 call AcrossFrom Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd Street lake See locally. Call Manager at at $500.00. Doublewldes also In
964-4290 12 a Butler. 10/12 2tchg. 10/19 800-635-7611 anytime 3tpd
stock. Call 7555114. Circle B. Homes.
10/12/89 2 KOA7 HOMES FOR SALEONE ATTENTIONEARN MONEY READING 1019115. lake City, FL. 4tchg or tfn. 10/13,
Wal-Mart BOOKSI$32,000-year Income pol.n.tlal. PIANO FOR SALEResponsible party to 10/19 10/26, 11/2.
LAKESIDE HOME with separate Details. ((1)602-838-8885) Ext. assume small monthly payments on '(4 DOUBLEWIDE 24' x 48', Excellent Con-
garage with 2 acres, $29,500 OBO or 2 Bk9127. 3tpd.10/19.11/2 piano. See locally. Call manager at dltlon, $2000.00 Equity and Assume
lakeside homes, 4 acres $55,500 080. 800.635.7611 anytime. 3lpd.10/19,11/5 Payments $277.77 2 BR 2 Both, You
Keystone Heights area 1659.2779 MISCELLANEOUSFOR move. 7S2-2598 after 5:00.: Ask for
7/20 tfnchg CARSTRUCKSVANSTopper Gail. Itpd. 10/12. .
Ralph Bryan Realty I ACRE PLUS-on Smith Lake with 3BR 1913 14 X M ALL AMERICAN MOBILE
2V.BA block house 48000. 473.7912 SALE Fresh ground grits and corn- HOME CElL HO FAN. NEW CARPET,
925 N. Temple Ave. (Next to Pizza Hut) 964-8878 4tpdl 0-5/28 meal. 9042593901. 4tpd. 9/21 thru like newlong wheel base small AC.,.,.EXCELLENT CONDITION..\-CN4, r

GOVERNMENT HOMES-from $1 10/12. truck_ $100, call. .496-2317.. .......... .Itpd.10/19,.... QI.3711. .'4 e-HI Reduced For Action (U-repalr). Delinquent tax property FOR SALE Lady's'bicycle, WesteM'Flyer1,1$53.00. .-" M 'I"! '"' "nn 'I"IT 2tpe,1O2tAFFORDABLE' F r

Repossessions. Coll 1602838.8885 Ext. 496.2659 evenings.C1sslfied HOMES FOR SALE

3 BR, \ BA, Central AC/H, in City, $21,000. CABIN GH14027.3tpdlO/5-19 ON LITTLE-Loke Brooklyn 24X24

also concrete garage dock, patio.$40,000. / Ads 3 Bedroom Home wood frame, 2
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3 BR, 2 BA, frame, 2 story, in city, $31,950. 473-3117 or l-778-1457.1tchg/10/19 fireplaces on shaded lot, 3 ml. South of
Get lit:: .llts Worthington Spring, 4621170. tfnchg. !

New Listings FOR SALE WOOD 9/28. FRAME HOME Three bedroom TILE.APARTMENTS

with 2 shaded lot. 022 E.Brownlee St.
fireplace on Three
3 BR, 2 BA, remodeled, very neat & clean, nice area. ELECTRIC GOLF CART-4-wheel electric mile south of Worthington Spring
Must see $33,000. golf cart In excellent condition. $500. Call 4621170. 9/28 tfnchg. Camp Blanding Rd.
Call G. S. Adams at 473-4725. Starke FL 32C91
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3 BR, 11/2 BA, brick, nice neighborhood, near schools, PIANO-Wanted ltpd/10/19. J ,lny' SF aDrop ,
: Responsible person to r
FOR RENT
$42,000. take on small monthly payments on 964-7133

Acres with 3 BR 2 BA block home central AC/H piano. See locally. Coll manager at 2 & 3 UK oriented with
71/2 ((800)) 635-7611 anytime. OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street, family .
barn, fenced, $72,000. 3tchg/10/19-26/11-2 $100.00 month. Call 496-2261. laundry& large playground.
YAMAHA ELECTONE -organ $700.00 TWO-THREE BEDROOM Free electricity ilri,t month.

Puddle';Proof;! dining room table w/slmulated butcher REPOSSESSIONS.Pick up balance, rent Kent C0%of;your monthly
.. : : block top $60.00., king-size waterbed r to purchase. Sid's mobile home park, income If you qualify.

Looking I for High Land Now is the Time! Not much landin w/matchlng blanket chest $475.00 4963715. Behind SS. llpd. 10/19 .If you cam $3.35 per lir., 40

Bradford County that is not wet now. We have 21/2 stereo$65.00.cabinet 473-4543 w/smoked 2tchglO/19-26 glass door By And Enjoy The View: LOOK JUST OUTSIDE RAIFORD CITY hi-:*, a week & have a ado.
LIMITS, mobile home for rant 3BR 2 ..,ndcnts, rent would be
acres up with large oak trees. In-ground (no mound) SLIDING GLASS DOOR-6 ft. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-5 baths a/c,& cent.heat, washing machine your
tanks. Owner finances land well with small 35004733609. Call after 5 about SI 12. a month or$3.73
septic septic p.m. 335 SE Lakevlew Dr. shade trees private yard, pri-
down payment. See this and you'lllove it! 4733609. ltpd/10/19 Keystone Height. vate drive$250 month$200 deposit, per day for days left In month
BALDWIN PIANO-Console. Good for 431-1568 13 for move-In after the first.
beginners $150.00 659-2134. Two bedroom two bath on lake." Renovatedand 10/12/89 1 u Qualified Singles Accepted. .:
like new with charm and city
ltchg/IO-19 I
convenience. Ley Bragg will be your Move-In cost can be as low as
hoot"... LOSTLOST .$10.00. Low Income''
USED TIRESOOO&uli LAND FOR SALE James P. Smith lEJ' Sec. 8housingRenls

2 SEPARATE LOTS-Each lot $75.00 Realtor &:Associates Registered Walker Hound Lemon for 30 1 '
down/$25.mo. $1500. total price, each 375-7O39 and Whit. with number 223 on side. If equal of Your Income ,'
lot. 1264.7997 2tpd9281019. seen call M. Wayne Smith. 4962120. Housing If Yon Qualify
$1 (( R.ward olfer.d.ltchg., 10/12


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HIGH TREADNO MOBILE HOME-and lot 1979 12ft wide, .5
2BRII BA on corner lot. Must sell under co c 3 o0C
RECAPS & NO REGROOVES appraised value. Make offer. \ PAYMENTS P EJ-0 W iRJN7

1/388118SO.4tchgtO.5/26 rc'i'enr furnlshsd r"obil :home*
MOBILE HOME on PRIVATE LOT-4 milesN. Call them partners: birds called eg- 1!
BIG! OAK TIRE II INC. on Hwy. 21, 3BR/1 I/2B, covered rets feed on insects stirred up by
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patio, 2 storage buildings. Call after 6. grazing cattle. In return, the egret r.
9649388U.S. 4734453. $265mo.and$265mo.deposlt.tchg warns the cattle of danger by flying
/10.1911.9 Bedrooms from $155/mo.
301 N. 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. away. 1

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) 2 Bedrooms from.$165/mo. fi
SAZEiIZ.A '

FOR 3 Bedrooms ,. .$205/mo. y

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will rL. Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer $+ f if *; prices; Buffer*, ;f& 2$$

anyone f '. : Vacant Lots Avaifable for Rent
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and eoa,plus 2 yean on....And I with a home-like supervision.We give
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the ina ifuper Ugh efficiency hefetraduct your tmosphere.At pe 24'wvofTcrhouslnllo'
enor'Irfalu..CaIf! hr.sulonutilities. hot '

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Well Drilling optional. trained sta.L
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r Starke Area Ads ] Brooker Wants to License Firms



-- -- -- -- by Buster Rahn the county to administer and
-"I"I", 1-liN'1'I.; .. building employee, has ftjjOuuh: to do
,-- !: .. .MIliIMf : IIIE[ 1 1'V N\I'1 n:1: '; ". :flElW\-V NTEO.'' ICT ItDH move Writer"A 'to license firms fees and codes for the town, for already.
M )aillf'HOME LOTS doing which Brooker pays the county $700 A 1971 ordinance prvide: for the
WITH CITY SALES PERSON'WANTED, excellent BRADFORD CABLES has an opening) for work in Brooker was initiated by the per annum. licensing of all prof _UMials, including
RTKSNEWER,3CABLE- 86474M pay good advancement. We provide a part time Customer Service Representative town council Tuesday night, Oct. 10. O'Neal admitted the town is get- building contactor* that
1CV01/89 4 training and private office. Cal to- Apply In person at 357 City Attorney Johnny Hobbs was ting little for its money, saying the may be working In tQ /I1. That ordinance
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH day.,064-6407. 115 15JOB College Drive, Orange Park. EOE. instructed to bring the current licensing county has only one building inspector has been lying dormant for
CITY
s 9/21/89 5 15 a 10112/89 1 ordinance up to date and and that he
provide
WATER, SEWER.CABLE spends 50 percent of years. City Clerk Chat Thorns
1 BATH 064-7498 TFN TV 13 2 BR. OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA ATTENTION : EARN MONEY READING for the issuance of building permits his time in Starke. says the clerk's office)"oeon't ne even
Openings available In several BOOKSI!$32,000/year Income for all construction and/or
?: areaswill poten- Several have
a 10/01/89 4 years ago, Brooker, licensing forms.
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for ext train.362 For Info.call:312-742.8620: : 1268815 tial Details. 02-838-8885., ext BK renovation, Including work done by Starke, Bradford County and other The council is coiHilrne about
115 15
s s 10119/89 the week-end .
mil Close to Prison. Call 468-1323. 10/05/89 4 3 repairman.The towns adopted the Southern Stan- construction and reno 8tio4 being

TFN3 s 10/01/89 ATTENTION: EARN MONEY reading ATTENTION-HIRING! Government lobs- council heard Bradford County dard Building Code for new struc- done that does not meet mltiumum
books! $32,000 year income potential your area. $17,840 $69.485. Call I- Zoning and Building Director tures and renovations, O'Neal said. codes, and work being done by individuals
STATE EMPLOYEES,need ahomeclose Details -602- 38-8885, axl 602-838.8885. Ext. R 3493 Darrell 0'Neal explain the Brooker- However, enforcement of the code or firms that 4O tot have
to your work? We have dean mobile BK3493. 11515 s 15 s 10119/89 3 Bradford County agreement to isn't spelled out, either in the experience or training >n construc
home provide
13 available call 468-1323. TFN 10/05/89 3 NEED$50 CASH?If you can get 10 ladles building inspections in a Brooker-Bradford County agree- tion.Provision
a 10/01/89 4 ment, or otherwise. for to be
ATTENTION
: EARN MONEY reading to come to a skin care and make-up workshop prior to Tuesday night'sregular enforcement: U
FURNISHED. ROOM WITH AIR..H WillHe books! $32,000 year Income potential demostration I'll pay you $50 cash. meeting. O'Neal says the town marshal, included in the ordinals althoughthe
paid. From $37.50 up weekly. Details 1-602-633-8885. ext. BK No strings attached No purchases The 1975 for Tommy Raulerson, can enforce the means were not spell)Jetj out in the
MAGNOLIA agreement provides
HOTEL Walnut St. 12688. .I5 15 s required. Call Mimi, 782-3790 code, but Raulerson Is not a full time workshop.
Stark, In front of Post Office. 10/05/89 3 15. 10112/89 1
13 a 8/7/89 52 ATTENTION-HIRINGI! Government Jobs, CLERK CITY OF HAMPTON is now
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT $160 month your area. 1784069485. Call I- accepting applications at City Hall on
outside pets only.964-5630utter7pm 6028388885. ext.R3493. 'I5 Monday Wednesday & Friday from
//"13
s 10/5/89 2 15. 10/05/89 3 lOam 3pm, through October 23rd. I
2BR(he MOBILE HOME, clean, will rent to EARN $5-$10 PER HOUR. Part time or Applicant must be a citizen of Hamp- Starke to Get Seventh Used Car Lot
right people 964483113 full time For information call RAMONA ton. 15 s 10112/89
a 10/5/89 2 782-3068AVON. 1SUPERVISOR
2BR MOBILE HOME-PLEASANT s 10/2/89 4 COOK, plan and
prepare
GROVE area, secluded quiet, sew WOOD WORKER WANTED, to make home cooked meals, purchase food by Busier Rahn Oldsmobile, said, jokingly that he now operating a used d*J lot in Mac-
eral pecan trees surrounding home. exotic Jewelry boxes, no experience and schedule staff. Contact Park of BCT Statt Wrlt.r didn't think another car lot is neededin clenny.
Partially furnished $150 per month necessary, apply in person, -5pm, Palms a Christian retirement center Starke will soon be getting a town, but voted for the special exception -
$100 security deposit call after 6pm Hwy 301 South of Lawtey. //VISS Keystone His, or call 473-4926 seventh used car lot within the city The Board of Adjust lInt disposed
064-8970,964-8705.964-4430 10/5/89 2SPREADERCUTTER 15 s 10112/89 1 limits, located across US-301 from Dodd says he has owned a parcelon of the Dodd request ill record time,
//13 10/3/89 4 needed at VOGUE SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, full the Deer Foot shopping center (Wal- the east side of US-301 for the past taking only a few mlbAtef to hear
FOR LEASE-2 BR mobile home on I acre, MFG., full or part time. Salary based time position apply Town a Country Mart). 15 years, from the Jo-Lu Motel and Dodd describe the intended use of
3 miles out of Starke call 973-3743 on ability and dependably. Apply In Exxon 800 S. Walnut St 15 The Starke Board of Adjustment Trailer Park south to the Container the property. When no toe\ objected,
11113 a 10/5/89 4 person at VOGUE 710 S WaterSlSR s 10/12/89 2 approved a special exception for the Woodyard road. The car lot will be Sam Bassett moved ta Allow the exception
MOBILE HOME.3BR.11/2 bath,carpeted, E) Starke 964-5064, ask for Mr. land owner, Bill Dodd, in its regular situated between the existing followed by a iijtanj'hous 4-0
appliances, air and central heat, un- Sellers //"5 s L FERSONAL'SERVIGESCHAIN meeting Thursday,Sept.28,when no restaurant and other buildings on vote.
furnished on Griffis Loop$250 month 10/5/89 2ATTENTIONHIRINGI one objected to Dodd's request. the property, Dodd said. Terwillegar Ma ()rs. Inc.
$150 Mcuity deposit, call after 6pm Government lobs- LINK FENCE: Installed. Free es Board of Adjustment member Dodd is leasing the facility to established a used car )jot JUst southof
/064-8970/'13 or 0644705 or 064-4430 your area. $17,840 69485. Call I- timates HANDYMAN FENCE CO. Orian Wells, the local Chevrolet- Johnny Lee, a Jacksonville resident Dodd's property earlier: this year.
a 10/5/89 3 602- 8.88B5. Ext R-12688 owner Tommy Reddish, 984- 559.
3BR 11/2 bath house, with fenced back linn f 10/5/89 3 TFN 17 s 100189WELL
yard. $200 see dep. $350 month, HEAT/AIR INSTALLER needed, local 4
call 964-7404 for more Info. TFN work, call 904.356.4286115 DRILLING PUMPS & SERVICE: Zoning Board Gets New MembersTwo I
13 a 10/12/89 2 s 10/5/89 2 Durrance Pump A Supply Co Water
3 BR HOUSE 602 E.Washington St no LIVE IN COMPANION NEEDED for eld- systems specialists 864 N. Temple
pots,first A last month rent plus security Ave US 301, Starke 32091/ TFN
erly lady in References members
Hampton. new were Orian Wells of
Starke
ap- the Davis will replace Dit of
deposit,references 17 jc Graham
required. 325- s 10/01/89 4
0424 required,salary Mr. Wad- pointed and current member Larry Oldsmobile-Chevrolet dealer, will Hampton, who is ill.
//"3 s 10/12/89 800330-72 ROOFING AND REPAIRSPressure:
1 sworth days l 3 night washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks Paterson was reappointed to the replace Spyros Drivas for the Members of the county zoning
COMPLETEY FURNISHED I Br apart- 004268683115 S TFN 17 s 10/01/89 Bradford Zoning Board and one was District 3 position. Wells serves on board and board of adjustment
ment, clean, quiet. 830 N. Temple ANYON 10/05/89 CAN APPLY 2 !Guaranteed Visa/ 4DON'T named to the county Board of Ad- the Board of Adjustment for the Cityof serve three year terms.'the board of
justment in Monday, Sept! 11, action Starke, so his appointment will be 1
Ave. 964-5394 Houck Apartments MO,US Charga. Even with bad credit. LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand adjustment is composed of 5
13 S 10/12/89 2 No one refused. Call 213-925-0906 self-esteem sink this year. Call by the County CommissIon.Keystone subject to legal approval. mbers, one each from the fivemde
OUNS SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home 964- 594. TFN 17 s Oaks resident Jay Mar member voting Districts. The
ext. U4424 //'15
s
tots for rent, water and sewer furnished 10/05/89 4 10/1/89 3 tin will replace the late D.J.Phillipsof Colon Davis of Hampton Lake was zolfwg board contains five
cable tv available. 782-3333 MEAT CUTTERS Millers Supermarket is STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE Melrose for the District 4 position. appointed to the District 4 positionon memBers, one from 0cb. district,
TFN 13 s 10112/89 now accepting applications for meat SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Phillips died Monday morning, Sept. the county Board of Adjustment. plus two at-large members
and models cleaned oiled and adJusted 11.
TRAILER FOR RENT 3 miles south on cutters Experience required, benefits $15. New and used .
included, apply at: Millers Super- sewing
301, 468-2409 13 S
10112/89 2 market, Hwy 100, Village Square, Road machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan

2BR MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP Keystone Heights 11115 ) 064-8733. TFN 17 w .<..<..., ..,.... .
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$200 month $100 deposit 964- 704, s 10/5/89 2ASSEMBLYWAREHOUSE ALTERATIONS:, zippers, hems, button- >>OO or 964-2430 13 S .Top pay.All holes, patches.eto Drop off and pickup .
10112/89 1 shifts open now. I.T. & P.T. trainees 7 days a week,7am.8pm,964- healthKtSpOtI "ray
2 BR TRAILER for rent on Gnflis Loop, also call 3555500f 15 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from '
064-3902 13 S S 10/5/89 2 SouthskJe Elem. Hwy 100TFN
10112/89 2 CONSTRUCTION $7-$14 hourly. All 17 s 10/5789 3 ght!
2BR,1 BATH 615 E.Washington St,$250 phases, will train 355-5500 HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE In Starke
month $100 see deposIt 473-3628 //"5 s 10/5/89 2 and surrounding communities, hon-
after 6pm 13 s ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for all est reliable and experienced. Call Sleeping Better
10112/89 2 positions. DRESS FOR LESS Ill W. Debbie at 9642I8717

2 BR MOBILE HOME fully furnished extra Call St //15 s s 10/2/89 4 Here are four eye-opening waysto t
10/5/89 2 HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Paint-
children. Across I
dean, no pets or environmentthat
from Wal-Mart, 964-8810 13 EASY WORKI! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble ing, Plumbing Electric & Home Re- improve your sleep
a 10/12/89 2 products at home. CaN for apirs.25 yrs experience.Woody 964- you may want to toss around
1 BRAPARTMENT.Ibath.dosetoschool. information. 5O 41-8003. Ext 9579 9018 or Tommy 964- 170 1/017 e Noise: Check your sleepingarea
.'$145 month, call 533-2235 after 6pm // IS s 10/5/89 2 S 10/5/89 4 for sleep-damaging sounds .
10/12/89 "fx"r '. THE CITY OF STARKE POLICE DE- THE MOST AMAZING TRAVELBAR-
3BR 13.2 BATH MOBILE HOME $275 PARTMENT Is now accepting applications GAIN ever offered. $500 travel pack- such as electrical hums, creaking
month first and last plus$150 damage for post lion of Dispatcher.Must age now only$39.95. Isn't it time you shutters or an air conditioner cy-
deposit and two references, call 964- Be at least 18 yrs old and high school stopped paying full price for travel? cling on and off. You may want to r aa
8951 13 S 10/12/89 graduate. Must be able to type and Call or write for free color brouchure: consider a "white sound" machineto k:h yc3
1 pass written test Apply Starke, City Robert E.Fuquay 6003 Kingsley Lake counter very harsh noises.
3 ROOM APARTMENT, 2nd floor, appliances Hall 209 N.Thompson St,Personnel Drive, Starke, Fl. 32091 call 533-2183
e Temperature: Most people sleep
furniture adults OIIicelll15. 10/5/89 //"7 s 10/5/89 2
and no
some 964-8498 2REAL LAWN MAINTENANCE CLEAN UPS best in a room around 65 degrees F.
$45 week, call
pets 13., 10/12/89 1 ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only AND Roofing, call J.C. 964-9240 Generally a cooler room is preferableto
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, heat 4 weeks call 1-755-4040.North Fl Real //17 s 10/5/89 3 a warm oneEquipment..
pump cooled and heated walled patio, Estate College. TFN 15 HANDYMAN PAINT SPECIALS Any e : A comfortable
5 10112/89 2 slnglewide/ trailer$100 or any double-
off street parking outside storage PLUMBER wide ) 964- mattress and pillow may make all
Requires 3 years full- trailer$140 one color only ,
13 s
064-8601 time experience in the field of plumbIng 0018/ or 064817017 the difference in getting a good
2
MOBILE 10/12/89 HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP, Pay begins at $7.99 per hour. WANT TO DRINK THATS night's sleep. Many people sleep
child 964-8816 Position Includes good benefits and YOUR BUSINESS! WANT TO best on soft,luxurious pillows,suchas
one
deposit state retirement plan. Qualified individuals STOP? THATS OURS!
13. 10/12/89 1 the top-quality "Quallofil" pillow
HOME clean, in pines 2 BR should apply In person or call Alcoholics Anonymous 064-3619, Du Pont. Others
MOBILE from prefer a
004-496-2222. ext 176 send .
or resume 964-4150,964-8614 // 17
private drive,air ref rig. stove picnic to : Personnel Dept, North Flor- S 10112/89 7 pillow with extia-support such as wri 111W J
area,garden space,$200 month 10/12/89,964- ida Reception Center P.O. Box 628 RITE WAY ROOFING: roofing and repairs "Quallofirm." Both pillows contain
4831 13 S Lake Butler Fl. 32054. Equal Oppor- leaks fixed, lawn service and Stayfresh, an anti-bacterial treat-
2 tunity Employer. Preference In ap- tree pruning, carpentry. W.T. Turner,
2 BR MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP pointment will be given to eligible owner, Starke 964-3392 17 ment to keep sleep sweet. LOVEYOU
$165 month plus $100 deposit. 964- veterans and spouses of veterans. s 10/12/89 1 e Decor: A bedroom decoratedin
8704 13 S 10112/89 15 a 10112/89 1 ALL OCCASION CAKES made to order. muted tones and pale colors,par- I

. --1 Also character cakes 964-3487 ticularly shades of blue, studies e
10112/89 1COMPLETE suggest is easiest to sleep in.
\ DISPERSAL OF HORSESby
NEED A GOOD DEAL? Mister Stilts Eternal Sun and For a free guide filled with more t
Handy1 Poor Boy 463-7217 helpful sleep tips for the whole fam- I
17. 10112/89 2 ily write: Du Pont Sleep Guide, De-
,, I'm a worltfrig man, too, and I know how WILL WATCH/CARE FOR YOUR CHILDIn partment 5119, Ronks, PA 17573.
home. 17
9643521.
important it is to you to get your moneys my

worth.
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Come. ,In and See Me Or Phone

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,Orian Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobfle CR229 N.W.,28th St. Starke 964-6133

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Office Phone 964-7500 ssssssssssssmss

Home Phone 964-6166 Whirlpool e Kenmore G.E. e Hotpoint O! 25 % off All ;

lappon e Magic Chef Citation e Norge
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Chevrolet-OldsmobUe
New and Used Automobile -

,New Chevrolet Trucks Hallmark Cards i:
I ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS I I

::'Limited Credit No Credit No Problem .
Parts & Service on AH Major Brands Offer Good Through January 31 rAt

.' Reconditioned Appliances Microwave Repairs '

- Senior Registered Nurse IN HOME SERVICE The OFFICE SHOP i iIl

Minimum qualifications. Florida Ucensure as a professional Factory Authorized:Magic O. An+ana k Maytag FUUtSovk*
and one experience. 110 W. Call Street
registered nurse year 310 E. Call St Feinstein 964-2966 r

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable. Starke FL 32091 Owner USN Retired ...aL Starke'" 964-5764 j

'up to $28,000 annually. .(Benefit package worth over 8.000. ss &sss ,- '
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Correctional Medical Ttchnldan CERT .
Florida Ucensure as a practical nurse. i-NORTH CElffifAL-i INSTALLED Activation
Minimum qualifications LIMITED TIME OFFER wi Antenna thru NCC

.Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable- upi I r CELLULAR | Mount :Motorola -
to $18.000 anually, (Benefit package worth over S .OOO). Radiant PHONE Audio Vox

New Clinic under construction- Successful candidate will be with antenna 495 RadiantPanasonic .
benefit State STARKE : 'AMAzois R Itr4
eligible for all Florida career service Including; Pagers \

Contributions to health Insurance and retirement 13 paid vacation 964-4238' ThaAmazonRlv"ln SotWi/ "'eP\Ca

days i 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation Financing'Available ta4,000millesbnglogdwfhmtdte'Payments
Q'VILI.E 372-8805
highway rout b tw vt ruw York
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((904)964-4000 > ./, ': ,: \IWUK. AGENT 1 ''water than any other rfor+.+mor
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Traffic Court Judgments -

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ed from$437.50 page,9B license suspended six test Scott DWLS Alfred; fined Hudson$199,pled four days no con in restitution.ty supervision one month to make days Tri County Probation, stay 30 days in Jail, credit for time servo David Smith pled no contest retail
months 50 hours away from victim. theft; 30 days in jail, sentence
community work,
jail with credit for time served, Tri ed.Marcus
attend DUI school Tri County Frederick Lee Sanders pled guilty Keith Leroy Jones pled no contest Jack Padgett pled no con- suspended if restitution is made,pay
super County 60
supervision days.
vision one year. Keith Leroy Jones pled contest petit theft; sentenced to 30 days in possession of drug paraphernalia; test disorderly conduct; three daysin $50 court costs,Tri County supervi
Gregory Keith Kersey pled no con DWLS; fined$120.25,20 days no in jail, Jail.Jeff Caldwell fined$120.25,20 days in jail,six mon- jail,fined$146.50,Trt County Probation sion.Andrew
Boyd
pled no contest
ths court probation. 60 L. Chickoree
test no valid driver's license credit for five served. days. pled no con
(NVDL); Trl County Probation six Jones pled no days contest DWLS fined breach of the peace,resisting arrest George Augusta Smith pled no George A. Smith pled no contest test obstruction by disguise; $150
months, attend school regularly, $120.25,20 days in jail. ; without violence; fined $146.50, 60 contest trespass where notice given; trespass; 30 days In jail. court costs.
continue therapy 5 p.m. curfew Jones pled no contest impropertag
unless with adult, will ---------- ---- --
responsible ;fined$120.25,20 days in jail con 1
dismiss in six months. I
Myrtle Williams Mack pled no current.Jones charged with two additional 18 & 301 ProduceBetween
contest no mobile home tag; provide charges of DWLS, improper tag; CONDITIONYOUR
proof of tag and will dismiss. dismissed.
Bryan E. Margettes pled no con Charles Woods pled no contest ( Starke & Waldo)
test no mobie home tag; provided DWLS;fined 146.50,Tri county Pro-

valid Richard tag, dismissed.Craig Nipper pled guilty bation 60 days.Kenneth M..Kowkabany pled no Has Reopened to Serve You
DWLS; fined 146.50, Tri County
contest DUI; fined $437.50, license
supervision one year. suspended six months,50 hours community
Nipper pled guilty DUI;fined$700, work,attend DUI school,Tri I
7DAYSAWEEK86FRESH
license suspended six months, at-
tend DUI school,50 hours community County supervision one year. WATER
work,Tri County supervision one
year.Loyd. Misdemeanor Court
James Padgett pled no con Tina Hutchinson pled guilty Issu- FLORIDA
test NVDL; provided valid license, ing worthless check; restitution
costs suspended, dismissed. made,costs suspended, dismissed. PRODUCE WITHOUT
Samuel Ira Ross pled guilty improper Linda Fay Miller charged with is-
tag; fined$120.25. suing worthless check;show proof of
Cleo King Sapp charged with no restitution and will dismiss. Service
mobile home tag; costs waived, Jennifer D. Newman pled guilty Friendly GETTING
dismissed,provided valid tag. petit theft;$50 court costs,Tri Coun-
William Sarino pled guilty DWLS; I
$52 court costs.
Kelly Scott pled guilty DWLS; fin-
ed$251.50. SOAKED

driving Scott license charged restrictions with violation, equip-of LAW OFFICE OF: LANSING J. ROY
ment unsafe condition, failed to
drive in correct lane; dismissed. I I -I
310 S. Lawrence Blvd. -
Claudia Norris Wilkes pled guilty
no mobile home tag; porvided valid Keystone Heights FL 32656
tag, costs waived, dismissed. JUST6/'i' :
Virgil E. Wright pled guilty 4737256Five
DWLS $52 court costs.
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Andrew Luke Chickoree chargedwith 1 I 11 1
DWLS; dismissed. AttorneysState MONTH ; i
Kerin Lenore
Murphy pled no con- ,
and Federal I
unlawful Practice
test tag alteration; provided ,
Right now.get the very ben water condihoneffor III
valid dismissed. '
tag I o very small price Juir$b 90 per month 1 I
Murphy pled no contest failed to for 0 months,plus'inwolloiion Call Culligan !
yield at:intersection; dismissed. Personal Injury & Wrongful Death; rodoy obouf this llmired:lime mal offer / I
Wayne Albert Cadel pled no con Bankruptcy Law; Informal Creditor '
test DUI; fined $700, license Workouts IRS and of
suspended five years, Tri County ; Department
Probation one year, ten days in jail Revenue Negotiations: Divorce &: Family 1-800-342-9084 I I II !
with credit for time served. Law; Wills and Probate; Corporate and
Cartel pled no contest DWLS,
dismissed. Business Law; State Court and Federal
Paul Gregory Hicks pled no con Court Civil Litigation I d II 1I I
test DUI; fined $1,225, license I I II
suspended ten years, 15 days in jail, ATTORNEYSiROBlERTALTMAMAAROhtR.COHEM I e I
attend advanced DUI school, Tri .
County supervision 18 months. ?? ,., L: = __ __ ___ .J
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E 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.) ,,,',>'.wJ zxs::; '->},'.i'" << { :ft.L';-'<<<';--'!;'<(:?" 1.' .>>":'?*,,'," .;"'"" ,':J';:

2)) We Install A New Oil Filter : ,*:t'" ';'"1.' ,.....;... '.. ,@ f..'(,
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D 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis '< ; >.t.0c ;J.k. >>'i )">;<\.' jb .
D We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant \,,.'. ,.. ., 'f \; t ,A'3h 4)) 'tj ?K 7.:5: y:' :; .y<:<'t'\tJi' ;: :
$ D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid "'f< ';' "' '$ ;;;,'--j'1'i'iJtr.? },. .%.;..{
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o 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid ) ;. ., ; 1j ,

D 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid p-

10 MINUTE D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid TILE & CARPET

D 9)) We Check and Fill Battery

OIL.CHANGE.M MtPENNZOIL D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid 131 N. Cherry Street Starke Florida; ((904)) 964-7423

D 11)) We Wash Your Windshield

D 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades I

D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the
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14)) We Vacuum the Interior _i 4jr; .h.

WMOossProtection D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter

:1YD '16)) We Check Your Breather ElementATTENTION I'A1 L1h



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I When you get your truck or'car in the __ -

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case and Front Ends on 1| 595

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OPEN: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. TIL 5:30 P.M.

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY


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