Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'w USHARV the) 'Bradford cOc/o/i SEP 131988

HISTORY w-- -" ,

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Little change expected In'the weather pattern the Hard Now*... t.. .', . ... .. ...f I-3A ._. .\/I'I'; : ,
week-end, with continued high temperatures in the high through 80's, and Editorial Pago. ',. .. ,;0' .::4A ';'" < 'II"" I"I' '. ''t ': '

lows in the low 70's. Tho Social Scono. . . . ,5A, ,' ''I> ) ,
The light rains Wednesday and Wednesday night will develop into Public Nolle*. . . . 7A, Lj t
heavy rains Thursday and Friday, and possibly into the weekend. Sport .. . . . . I-10A .
A stationary front is stalled ,
over north central Florida and a .
disturbance In the Gulf of Mexico is expected to SICTION H 10. Pago ...' .
theastward along the frontline bringing the heavy rains move of 5 6 nor- Art ...... .. ,.. :. . . .. :,la .I
even 7 inches. or Election ...ull.. . . . . II -
No clearing is expected until late Into the weekend spec .cord. .. . . . . ..4* The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
week. or.early next Now. Brlof. ." . . .J-J-58
Seven inches of rain has fallen in Aroa Doath. . . . . .. ..7'Cla..I" st ItK" .... 2k
some parts of Bradford county "KUT .OItIOA Cents
since Friday '" Adi. . .1.10$ ,
according to local :
residents_ :: ThuraaytS.Di x tyu.r uSPs 062.700

Worth Ming l14T 70%' Vote Here,;


The Lunch-Bunch will meet at 3 Run-Offs Set
the First Presbyterian Church on
Friday September 9 at 12 noon. eA tM.M.' / .'
Don't forget to bring a.covered .a.: sw ''''n. '.-;;

.dish. .-... ...,.WI., .)..._,_c. ..-, irf'l do. ,,, ,.. In RacesRay
mtsa rzasi.iviataa. :a:n .\ County
KLPOA fish FrY"Members '. ,/..' ', _,. ,
'I .... .' "i ,. ''' ... ,,., .
and guests of the '2====!!!i=_:,t; .. ':1''" ,'.
'Kingsley Lake Property Owners '" I..,,,. lP.t.: It". <. .. Norman Takes Clerk's Post
." ,. ,'" ; ,. '" ... ) t. ,
Association (KLPOA) have set --- M-. ... .. ". : ,'
their annual fish fry for Saturday, --/Al.W"/ .' _f wws., u '
Duncan Hall Win
-_, 1 Sept. 10, 3-5 p.m. at the Kingsley. 1OI.u .an'att+aMtee. ,01'1.". ', .. ,. Watson, Big
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Lake Civic Center, ,' .IN. .. .. ..," ""'" "
r.4'W: w'.5u0s: >1..' "We're proud of our voters" said tight run-off with Florida Highway''

Bowen Fund...' St M r _. tillMYLrttiYiG.q, ...0! rGf;;' ; "k,. ",,\s a ,. ," Deputy Clerk Carol Milner oithe 70 Patrolman Kenneth Etheridge. Reddish -,
tsft.)te t' percent turnout for the first second run-off'
n ImI'iII IQ primary won a primary
I, < : S-:f" r '
'account has been opened for' : :. ..,' .,'",, .' .,',n r, M fi Ar voting in Bradford County, despite a race over, the late Tom Crawford
Bowen's legal defense, cosponsored -> ', ,
Jimmy 'nI 'R i
>w and
:: r really quiet campaign the. near. when first elected in 1972 but until
by Milton Hicks and lL-I,;'W..lr"1 .. all day rain Tuesday. now has not faced opposition. as an
Cecelia Terwillegar.The .. t ,
Norman Incumbent.
sponsors said, "We will I' I : '!'. ;]E _II1IIU"O'"<./1,:,; ''". ,k" the county clerk's post in the first won 'Mitchell Brown'of Lawtey and
welcome any amount that anyone primary by getting 312 votes more Ross Chandler Starke are in a
cares to contribute." The savings'' than ,the total of his opponents, dead heat with 293 votes going into
account has been opened at the ,Harold Davis and Dewayne Elder. the Oct. 4 second primary race for
Florida National Bank in Starke r"! 4 Norman was ahead 277 votes tues- the County Commission, Dist 4 seat.
entitled "The Jimmy Bowen Legal day nignt; but wife Nancy says they Herman Johnson of Lawtey had 256
Defense Fund. ," r-- mostly stayed on pins and needles votes and is out of the race. Question
Hick's phone number is 964666; Long Night... until the 320 absentee votes were is, where will the Johnson votes go in
'Terwillegar can be reached at Election worker at the Bradford .counted Wednesday about noon. the second primary to his Lawtey
,,964-7776. County Courthouse were up late Political newcomer James Watsonwon neighbor Mitchell Brown, 'who is
Tuesday, night a* they worked busily Ito the Dist. '4 School Board seat white' or to Chandler of Starke, a
\\U.C Meeting... tabulate local election return, 477-335 over 20 year veteran Rodney black? Blacks., slightly] outnumber
-Bradford and Union countymembers Two late reporting precincts 7 In. Hall. Watson a Graham area resident whites In Dist. 1,, '
of United Citizens worked door to door for months Twelve'' year incumbent MaxieCarter
Reno and the In Brooker,
Against Pollution swill meet at 7:30: precinct and got a big Hampton vote. Several Jr" leads by 112 votes but1
members of the clerk' office
kept faces second
Monday Sept. 19, in the Bradford persons questioned by The' a primary'challenge
p.m.County Courthouse. The yr counting vote, until almost Telegraph opined Watson's win is a for the Dist" 3 county commissonseat
upcoming -
Administrative Hearing in midnight. : sympton of the 'single '"member, ,r from former commissioner
the Hazardous Waste suit against In the top picture from left to voting district, and that the veteran Ralph Bryan who served eight
DER will be discussed... rights Janet Turner, Betty Ann Hall would have won countywide.' years on the' board before being
Phillip (back turned), Judy Brown Hall said he faced opposition from, beaten by Carter. Bryan figures its
Harold Hill and his Santa Fe Lake .his turn this time. ,
BUS Alumni.... ,(partially obscured) and Don Hardy. Dwellers Association and from some Challenger Etheridge said he "is
Some of the winner being about child : encouraged by his
The parents a suspended by showing againstthe
School Alumni
: High Intervlewd by WEAC Newsman the school board.: veteran sheriff.. Reddish says he
Association will meet Monday' Terry Vaughn right) after the 'Tax' Collector'' Esther Hall 'and is very thankful for the vote he got..
Bradford September 19 at 6:30: p.m. at the result, were posted Include DI t. 4< 'School Superintendent Jim Duncan Running so seldom. Reddish says'.

and Family friends Restaurant.invited.All School Board winner James Watson 'won big in their races. See precinct leaves him without a good knowlegeof
.alumni are where his '
1 (at left) and School Superintendentwinner totals at bottom ofpage. political strengths lie'See
Sheriff Dolph Reddish leads by 297'
,Head Start.,. Jim Duncan. votes but .finds himself in a fairly ( Election..p.2A) A

applications For Head more Start information for is open children and r Call accepting'3-5." 1 :Hollingsworth Wins Here, ,But Walker Takes Dist.Senate' Seat, \iJri

964-8342 Of Come Starke, 7:30 a.m.; 3:30 p.m. "biggest upset*" in Senate District S made serious inroads in rural areas' district-wide. '' absentees. Union County gave Holl, 'Walker, a 27-year-olcTMonticello attorney -, 'i
history, political neophyte Shirley such as Bradford and. Union Coun- Hollingsworth carried his home ingsworth better than two to one admitted the race would be,
Absentee//Ballots... Walker defeated incumbent Senator -ties.Sen. county ;almost two to one,, but 1,797 votes for the incumbent to 725 an uphill battle but expressed con-
Wayne Hollingsworth in Tuesday's Hollingsworth conceded Walker 'scored heavily in populous for Walker. Baker County gave Holl' fidence in her ''victory. In stump
City Clerk Neil Tucker announcesthat first primary. defeat Tuesday night, saying, '''The Leon County with about 60 percent of ingsworth a narrow lead of 1,183 to speeches she stressed education as a '\
absentee ballots are availablein On the basis of unofficial returns voters wanted a change and the'vote to Hollingsworth s 40. she Walker's 2,344. primary problem'' in Florida, and
his office for the Sept. 13 non-! from the county: district (which made a change. It was their choice.' carried her home county of Jeffer- Beside her home county Walker' said she wants rural areas of North 'i
,partisan primary in Starke., did not include some absentee votes)' Complete official returns from the son with' ,2,599 votes. .to Holler carried Leon. Madison and Taylor. Florida to be developed so young
The ballots must be returned by Walker's count over the sprawling Hollingsworth/Walker race were ingsworth's 1,523. Hollingsworth carried Hamilton and ,'people' can work where'' they grew
election daysUpcoming. district was 38,037 to still unavailable Wednesday 'after- Bradford County remained in the i Suwannee, in addition to those coun- o
Hollingsworth's 31,898.' Walker car- noon, but the Senator said it appears Hollingsworth column by a narrow ties named above. (See Senatep.2A: ; )

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Public meetings... scheduled in the. Reo. Crady '''Wins ,Democratic: Nomination 3- ] Uver Wingate 'I

coming weeks are: .,
'Bradford Board of Ad- 1 eluding absentees to 477 for Wingate, Appropriations Committee of the ;
County Reps George'Crady of Yulee district with a total of 9,880 votes to nandina Beach, took a plunge duringthe
,justment will hold a special called defeated his District Wingate's 3174.. campaign when news accounts the totals In other areas of Dist. 13 House was successful in obtaining a
1 meeting Thursday, September 8 in opponent, 'reported he had a drunkendrivingrecord were: Union County: Crady 1,898, $400,000 grant to renovate the BHS
Starke City Hall at 7:30: p.m. to ''Monta Wingate, almost 3f'election to 1 in Crady now faces Republican'challenger and a suspended driver Wingate 514; Nassau County: Crady gymnasium, which was later vetoed
hear two requests for; special ex, 'Tuesday's first- primary 1(, J.J. Swanson of Baldwinin license following a speeding violation 5,602,' Wingate 2,074 and a small i by Governor Bob Martinez.; Cradywas
ceptions. ,balloting. the General' Election, in in Leon County./,/ area of Sw Duval COunty;' Crady'' also responsible for. securing
First Public Hearing on Bradford Crady member of the State'' November., ;343, Wingate 109., funds for a new high school library,
County Budget will be held House since 1977, carried all five The defeated Wingate, 'a 30-year- Bradford 'County' gave' Rep., in Macclenny, and an elementary,
.Thursday, September'8, in the ,counties (or parts of counties in his, old former school teacher from Fer- Crady,: D-Yulee .2,037, votes,, ; In-, Crradchairman. of the powerful school in Lake Butler.

.Courthouse at 8 p.m. .
Bradford County Commissionerswill
meet 9:30: a.m.,' Monday, Bradford 'County Election Results : by'Precinct' : '
September 12 in the Courthouse. ,ti; '
Hampton City Council will meet, Precinct 4 1 2A 2B 3A' ,3B 4' 5A, 58, ;6A 6B '7 8A 8B', 9A 9B lOA lOB !11' 12A 12B 13 14 15 16 .Ab. Total
Monday, September 12 in City Hall \
,, ,
at 7 p.m.'Hampton. .( .'
'and Starke will hold '
'. .' : :
city elections, Tuesday, September Sheriffs. .. \" '
,13."' Kenneth Etheridge, 111 29 72 20 32 106"' 103 9 ..41132, 117: 40 38'1' : 66 : 92'': 1001,158! 16',:,,1,: 88 .,'', 63", .'36 ., ,81 ,,30 ( '84 ,1,608
will Bradford hold its second County public School hearing Board Glen Moor, ", 122 .,.19' ,.46 50, ,36 140 109 26' :45 18 100, '60, ,; 43 42 : 59 ,"33 4744,-? 12'.t3'2: ',78 52.I.,. 9, 80 : '" 1,355 'I

on its operating budget, followed bya Dolph Reddish .(.:, ,108 ..21201' 35 '25 183'' ',78 .35. 41 59 13371. \ .1' '59' 48 53 80 118' 30 67'' 69',62' 97 21 149 1,905 ,
workshop Thursday, September .
15. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.; '
Starke City Council meets tues- ,CountyC.rks! .' '
day, September 20 in City Hall, at Harold K. Davis ,' ,,98 ,32 59 27 31 145 106 21 33 14 78 75 47 63 77 55 ,104 117 .23 89' 78 75 100 29. 100 1,676

7:30: p.m., followed by second D.way Elder < 44 12' 26 15 12 41 ,52 8 10 11 26 21 29 28 21 28. '29 53 5 17 19 13 19 11 33 583

public Bradford hearing County on budget Commissionersmeet ; Ray Norman 197 46 217 62 46 243 13,4 42 86 86 246 76 27 50 75 91 85 146 32 95 78 91 108 ,19 171 2.571 ,;'

on zoning board recommendations \i'

Wednesday, September 21 in Tax Collector ,

the Bradford Courthouse County at 7:30 Zoning p.m.Boardwill Esther S. Hall 246 280. 252 84 59 282 172 56 96 74 245 105. 69, 79 115 128 167 208 36 127 ,111 lOt ,171 51 225 3,346

meet Tuesday, Septmeber 27 in Carl Hurst 96 '11 59 21 35 151 120 14 32 37 115 "65 52 60 59 .50' 62 111 23r3, 63 71 56 9 88 1,533 i

City Hall, at 7 p.m.' -, _
Starke Zoning Board will meet '
29 In City Supt. of Schools :,
Thursday September
Hall, at 7 p.m.) Jim Duncan i ': 233v69'236' 73 43 289 192 51 61 37 228 107 85 96 98 85 134' 198 46 131 98 118 136 29 203 3,076

David B. Smith. .': !04.22."..: 71' 32 48' 136 ,96. 18. '67 73 122 5, 38 45 ,74. .88 .75, I_116. '" 10' ,69 7160 90 ,30. 97 1,717 }

VOTING- PRECINCT State $.nat., DUt. '5: : '' \ '':'

,LOCATIONS Ways. Hollingsworth '171"2131 '5151233170 3.t Sot 501..5.27076 83 73. 126 175 ,31101, 97. 97'12.2.210, 2.523' :
94' 121 16 89 ,70 72 IS 26 86 2,060 ,
4158 85. 90 ,
Shrry Walkor 15' 4130, 51 38 160 113. .35 7" 59.18.t 7.
# I Lawt. Vot. F.Dept. ", ( ; '; "
'2A Lawt. VoL F.Dept. 4 ., ., ; :" '
I2D Lawt. VoL F.Dept. State R." .* DUt., 13. : t 171 137' 2.037Monta
I3A BC4 Dldg.. N301 Coorgo Crady 262 77'64 323 228:' 57 93 74,1I5 119 41.134. ,137 2 3$ 33 .77

'3D DC4 Dldg.N301: C. Wlngal $8 19 11 63..' .7 12 30 33 38 14 15 30 :
'4 DC Road DplJ" Gr. St. --'
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ii' 114 70 88 ",tcq Ij, j' 4' : iv ',
Buckey. Rd. 225 Mitchell Brown S' Z ,!.''i' !f r J r, ; J; r s) t tlprj ,,293 '
( 4 ,971)) 14 t "?trt f t N.4
'6D Buckley Rd. 225 Rots Chandl.r 48 12 r 229 ,' il ?t i(lt 1 i'tt' tt, '
117 Hcadstart PIne 51.118A Herman Johnson ," U(it I,t f t 175 ; 1 9 ',1 t j-, 4S ? ', ;, t r''! i a,''t':,/ ,. ;', 't lt/,), r t },.rl S+,, q,I? f tt h, / ,{ 256, ,
Starke Rec. ctr-Pratt
,,1I8D, Starke Rec. Ctrl Pratt. "
'9A 55 Elem Sch. Cafetr' Co Comm., Dist. 3;, 1 ,

M9D 55 Elem. Sch. Caret. Ralph Bryan' 5."..
'lOA "'Therssa Center Maxle Carter Jr.' .
ft 'IOD Faith Prea.Ch. 21/21B Lawrence GrIHI MtffsoW .161 f;

.11 Hampton Cty Hall 1 VSW; : JIj
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12A FIr. Presby Ch E.CaU ,>rs-.,<< \T'Y; V .. '* ,1
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Presby E. ,! ; ''"V1 : >. % < v ; v" ,, > 26 335
i \ I t. i ,, ,95 76 105 33
..3 Terwili. MI.nI. Madison Rodney P, Hall ; ; Iv '
.14 Nat'l. Guard. Edwards \ .. '. /" ''1' :. 79 142 209 24 21 "77"".
James F. Watson f,'. ., ( '11
liS Brooker City Hall I '" ,- ,;
'16 55 Elem Sch. Caret.H. ''J


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Page 2A TKMtUKAPII: September s.lI

Superintendent( Says... .

I All Roads Passable Some Rough "' ;' ; I

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"Roads In the county are still hard residents report up to seven inches'' "All the i till we replaced'-' 'today ', :';..;.' ':" :. \,:;' ;." ',:.' .',' '. ,' ,
but are rutted out a little," said since Friday night'when a severe (Wednesday) will be gone before .' "
County Road Superintendent J. B. thunderstorm passed over Starke. Monday,"Crawford fears
Crawford. "We have come out real Forecasts are for more rain up
good so far:"They are a little rough,,, through, the weekend. Some slight Dog days are over now'he says, ,
he says, but all roads In the county breaking up of showers' was ex- but It hasn't brought. any change so r 'I
are serviceable. perienced Wednesday afternoon, far in the weather.The1 Thank You. District 3 Voters!
"There are about a dozen places but. according to forecasts, up to iC,
where water has washed across "five, six. or seven Inches of new cooler temperatures have ,
roads, but none are impassable," he rainfall" will come through. the area been welcome to most area w
by the weekend. residents, and they are predicted to MaxieCarter"
worst' flooding seems to be All dirt roads In the county have i continue even after the stationary
south of SR-100 around the Sampson held up good so far, Crawford says front finally moves on. A second
Lake and Sampson! Creek areas,and "but I don't know how they'll hold up weather system, a tropical distur-
at Seminole Ridge, he says. this weekend. We've been gettingone bance, is in the Gulf of Mexico and Is
Crawford has a rain guage outsidehis inch.' 1V4 Inches or 1% inches following a track northeastward
office at the county shops, and in almost every evening for about a along the front line, which is the k Jr.
the last two weeks he has measured month. We haven't had this kind of reason for the predicted heavy rain-
.134y inches of rainfall. Other .rainy season.!since back in the 60's. fall up through the weekend.
Your County Commissioner

I Lawtey Budget Balanced, No Tax Increaseby I r<

,Please accept my sincere Twelve yearsiago\ I made a
Joe Gissy 1988-89 budget was set for >set at $253,466.22. Expenditures'are 'gratitude for "'vote of commitment to to
BCT Staff WriterA September 22, at 7:30: 1 p.m. ,at City ,estimated to be$250,115.16leavlng a your you
balanced budget: was presentedto Hall. slight surplus of $3,351.06 in the confidence in Tuesday's First objectively analyze the problemsPrimary
the City Council of Lawtey by City'' ,"Let it be known that there is no General Fund. ,Election even with of County Government; to make
Clerk Queen Robinson, at a special Increase in taxes," said Mayor Mar- The Water System budget Is in a weather conditions as they were.. tough decisions; and to vote in
vin similar
held Rosier'the mllla e will remainthe condition. Receipts are ex- '
,budget, September hearing 6, immediately Tuesday even'ing after, same as last year. pected to''be $96,851, with Your continued support on Oct. 4 the interestof,; Cord County'scitizens. .
the regularly scheduled Council Millage is set at 2.667 mil again disbursements estimated at $86,994; is more,important than ever.. I stand before you today
,Meeting. 'this year, and will produce approximately .or a surplus of$9,857.A '
The budget was accepted by the ) $8,858, according to figuresin cash balance of$59,404 as of Oc- Congratulations to Mr." having kept that commitment.
council as presented, no voice from' the budget worksheets. tober 1, 1968 is expected to increaseto ,Lawrence Griffis who waged a ,
the public was raised in criticism Total receipts for the, General a cash balance of $69,260 by fair and honest'campaign. His Don't be misled political
will he ,
nubile Fund Jmf over $ 11' million September 30,1989.
and to the
a mating adopt
support and that of his slogans..Today's problems facing

I Election 'supporters would be genuinely small counties are complex.

appreciated-,, pledge to continue Solutions ''demand experience

From page 1A to represent all of the citizens of and leadership, but above all.
Sheriff's Department, provided in- can make a determination of who District 3 to the, very best ofmy INTEGRITY
Both say they will work hard in the' formation used by FDLE In its drug they want their sheriff to be:
second primary. arrests. Reddish says his budget is Winner of the Democratic nominate
,Sheriff Reddish says he'doesn't insufficient to mount a telling battle tion will face Republican Bobby
think the local drug problem hurt against the drug problem. Milner in the Nov. General Election. ability.Thank
him too much. People were sayingthe Etheridge at the political forum Question is, .where will the Glen You For
Sheriff's Department has not last week, aid the drug problem Moore votes go In the second Again ,
done enough to battle the drug pro- must go,but offered no explantion as primary, and who will benefit most ,
blem. But after an investigation by'the to where the money would come from the lower turnout.in the second
Florida Department of Lawt Enforcement ?
from. primary
k i (FDLE)'resulted in the Reddish says with the race nar' See Bradford County voting by Your Vote of
arrest and sentence of some 30 '
per-: below
rowed down to two persons.'voters, precinct
revealed that the''
sons .it. was ,

,Hazardous' Waste Awareness Confidence ,in Me.yssxs10.

Day ,atLawtey.Sept.,24, '
("," :A Hazardous Waste Awareness Day sponsored by the Citizens I
Senate Coalition Against Pollution, will be held at the Lawtey Elementary
School on Saturday. Sept. 24. from 2-7 p.m. ',
Dinners will be served from 3 to 7 p.m.at$3 per plate:Entertainment .
(from page 1 A),,, and other special events will be featured. Watch for further
.. '
i I. .
up: "I'm not talking about'big industries -:
," !said said, 'J<'but rather
about giving small businesses a tax
& Decorating
break or allocating grants to help Upholstery
,them open up." Emporium e@
Hollingsworth, who obtained anew
prison for' Madison County at 322 S. Walnut St. ,. Starke 9647014 0RLETINOSU _
'the last legislative session,promised (Next Door to Lake Area Glass) r Q core ra.r
to push for more prisons in North %
Central Florida Vif the people want p11 M.LANYI I
them as a source of more employ- FREE PICK-UP,& DELIVERY MwMMGM8th.
ment in their communities." In spiteof .,
the predicted increase of Jobs .Wallpaper Mini-Blinds Drapes < I II
however, Madison; '.County gave r \ "" f' :,1t; .. J ", it'
Bedspreads 1'
H ',t 4 ill::}.al; 15_ J.i l.> .."SM p;.t l1.o.. I"".. ...:. .... It._4_' ...n oil. __ :_. :. ._ .. .. t ., 'A. f Pl'ice Th.rt..J-, flayThru -' ,
Wed Sept. 14th. At Our l J s GOR N "

St.rke & Mecdenny Locations Only! SPIRITS bT I
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Re-Elect ::r SCOTCH 4

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:\, !\ \&( ,' ( .Commissioner '- Group' <
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September ,13 71.00
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CALVE WI,1NT, k T4 799 154 LAC
750 Ml, 2 $ :

It has beeha: pleasure to serve'as aCity, Councilman .,,OIls s>

for the past 'six (o) years.. .U; ( 1' "" 69s .

GORDON'SGIN 2 00 10s9
The present City Council and pastmembers: of the

,City Council have made Important decisions that are 1.75 LITER Ii ii Ofd t 1C .."piiossoi .

haying and will have,good financial benefits'for the 77.00 's''

people of Starke McCormickVodka su Y I a Ma"It ca. St li9 ura

1\' SO PHOT*

I am referring to the electrical tie-in ,and 'planned': 899f %ti3Oc'

sewage, and :water projects. ., '


My personal view Is,that the city is growing and'the, AMARETTO .,

City Council Is on the right track. OISARONNO 1kJ1er
750 SAL.
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Thank you for your vote and support. in the upcoming CASE 54.50 or a 1299t t

election. E & J ridenY -

I have been a successful businessman In,, the City of OF la 750 C49 ML.MM : Nn soxv aJl76sS

Starke for 24 years and been married to Jeanie: Biggsfor 970 LnIll

'31 years/ we have three'chlldren; Sonjd,. Erie &' ,

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I Starke Voters Will' ,Select Two Councilmen in City' Election .

Only two races will be on the ballot ,changing 'to five single member year term on the council, having left home. .hauling, and has worked, in construc eJ Bradford, baker and 'Union counties -
for Starke Voters next Tuesday, districts, In which so ers In each beaten Bob Milner by a narrow Belcher is a welding ,engineer tion. position held for the past 10
September 13. Both are for the City district would select a candidate for margin of 81 votes In 1982. operating a mobile unit from his He has neverat{ years experience years. For lour yean prior to that
.Council, with Incumbent Bobby their district.The suit,charging that Biggs, 81, owner of an auto repair home, and has 28 years business ex In police work having been on the Wall was employed by the BradfordCounty
Biggs being challenged by Danny black citizens are discriminated shop in Starke, is a native of Starke perience. He plans to open a used Starke Police Force, a Deputy Sheriff' Department.
Belcher for the Group 1 seat; Ed against and cannot gain election in and a graduate of BHS. He lives with car business on US-301S, on a tract Sheriff and Chief of Police In Waldo was born In Milwaukee
Wall and Julius Eunice both vying the city under the present city wide his wife Jeanie, and they have three recently rezoned for that purpose. for four years. Wisconsin, came to Florida as a serviceman -
for the Group seat vacated by Jim- system judge Is yet undecided, a decisionby children, Sonja Earl. and Sarah, all "Now is the time to bring sound He says his wide experience in different in the U.S. Navy, and served -
my Crosby. the being still weeks away. grown. management back to your city fields will assist him in making two tours of duty in Vietnam. He
Voting in city elections non par- Only one polling place Is now Biggs was Chief of Police from 1967 government," says Belcher, by elect good decisions on matters which is married to the former Jo Ann
tisan, which means that no political established for city elections, In the to 1969. He was beaten for a second ting a man with working experience. come before the city council. Being Walker,, a Bradford County native,
party affiliation Is required for lobby at City Hall.The approximate: term by former chief Ken Fuqua.
self employed he understands such and they have two children, Kimberly -
voters registering for city elections.All ,ly 2250 registered voters In Starke Biggs points to planned water and City Council Group 3.., matters as budget planning, and his and Christopher. .
voters ,will receive the same must all appear at city hall to cast sewer projects' and the electrical tie- J. D.; Eunice and Ed Wall are both background in law enforcement Wall is a graduate of the Santa Fe
ballot regardless of party choice In their ballot.Polls will be open from 7 in to the Florida grid network as bringing ,
running for the Group 3 seat vacatedby gives him a good understanding of Community College and has a
county, state and national elections. a.m until 7 p.m., Tuesday the 13th good financial benefits to the
Jimmy Crosby who resigned the law and how it works. His experience degree from the University of North
Voting, as of this writing, Is city people of Starke, and says, 'The Ci- when he accepted a promotion which in construction gives him a Florida. He Is a member of the
wide,,all voters voting for all con- City Council Group 1... ty Council is on the right tack required he move from Starke. more ,, complete understanding of Florida Council; on Crime and Delin-.
tests. A recent court trial, held In Councilman Bobby Biggs qualifiedto Danny Belcher l 53, is a 26 year Eunice, 40, is a native of Bradford building projects and costs which quency.Wall .
Jacksonville in June, brought by the retain his seat on the council, and resident of Bradford County, lives County and has lived In Starke for 14 may be addressed by the council.Ed had-run for city council two "
Starke Chapter of the NAACP is being opposed by Danny Belcher. with his wife and two sons; three year. He Is presently self Wall, 41 Is an Investigator for years ago and was narrowly beaten
against the c,tv of Starke. advocate Biggs Is seeking his fourth two- older children are grown and have employed, doing tractor work and the Public Defender'/ office.serving by now Mayor Travis Woods .

I Bradford Commissioners Balance Budget With: Clerk's Carry-over.. Funds .

by Buster Rahn .i is budgeted to spend 6840.239 next 'reserve funds In prioryears, but this ditional 'deputy for the sheriffs of- 'can either walk away owing nothing, O'Neal said $2$3,000.Farnsworth
BCT Staff Writer year, as opposed to $5,852,451 year, in order to fund budget requests fice. Pay raises In future years may, or it can buy the graders for $80,000 huddled with Esther
Using $1.25 million' in reserve budgeted in-the current year. The the reserve funds had to be be much harder to fund since the each. Ellerson, county finance officer fora
funds, Bradford County Commissioners rolled back millage rate has been set thrown into the breach, leaving the tax base isn't growing.as fast as few minutes and said they would
.have a balanced budget .at at 7.783, making a mill worth count vulnerable if hit with unfor- demands for services. Mosquito Control..* come up with the money for this

last. ,$217,000 in ad valorem taxes. Mark Hill, representing Ring, The county is out of money to buy essential service.
The first public hearing on the proposed Commissioners had been unable to Millage, set now at just over two' Power Corp. returned to the .com.' chemicals for mosquito control,says According to commissioners, con-
budget is set at 8 p.m. tonight, make necessary adjustments to bring mills below the ten mill cap cannot missioners meeting to again presenthis Darrell O'Neal. When asked how stitiuents are complaining about
Thursday 5 pt. 8. in the county com- the two opposing entities into fund the current budget increase, plan for leasing road graders to much is needed to get the mosquito mosquitos all over the county,
mission meeting. room at the cour- agreement but Commission Chairman -,, even if it is raised to the maximum.If the county. ,After reviewing the spray program back on the road, following!! summer rains
thouse. Lawrence Mosley spent the it is raised to the full 10 mills, an plan and hearing recommendations
After, meeting every Wednesday prior Thursday afternoon with Clerk additional $500,000 can be realizedby by Pat Farnsworth,CPA,'and finan-
night for at least two months and i Brown, and the two officials came the county but that falls short cial advisor to the the '
county commissioners : -
spending '(many long hours lookingfor up with a proposal that will ac-; some $800,000 of the amount ,of leased two new units and .Straight Talk From..........

items that could be reduced or complish the balancing act for one curent funds required to balance the disposed of two old graders as trade-
'eliminated from budget requests more year.Bradford. budget. ins on the lease. :
commissioners could not bring County is likely to face a Clerk Brown had $1.25 million in The graders, which sell for J.D. EUNICE jVJ .
themselves to make the cuts that financial crisis next year, which will reserves leaving less than $100,000 $L08ooo each are being leased for ,
would balance the budget. require going to the full 10 mill ad to be cut from the budget. The cuts $1,062 per month 'each 'with a City Commission :
When commissioners met August valorem tax provided by statute. were largely made from contingency guarantee that maintenance 24, County Clerk Gib Brown announced In balancing the budget this year, funds,' which department heads'', will not exceed $3,500 for the life of \J Group 3 Sept. 13c/;
the $6.8 million budget is commissioners essentially funded seek to set aside for' emergency ,the 5 year lease agreement.
now in balance; that is, proposed expenditures the budget at last year s ,levels, situations. In the fiscal year beginn- Maintenance costs on old graders'' Native Bradford County. 01' ::
are in line with aniicipated Chairman Mosley said, reducing a ing October 1, emergency situationswill have been excessive in recent yean
revenues. few areas, denying new requests pose tough problems for county County Road Foreman J .B. Resident in City past 14 years ',

Overall,next year's county budget and pledging all surplus funds heldby officials. Crawford fold the board. Served as city policeman 197O-78
will Increase 16.8 percent over the the county.'Chairman Commissioners funded a 5 percentpay At the end of the five year periodor you
current years expenditures, for a'' Mosley said Clerk raise across the board for county ( 5,000 hours of time
running ,
total increase of$987,838.The county Brown had been able to set, aside employees but did not fund an ad- whichever comes first) .the county Folks on Sept 13 you have a big decision make
Who ts to serve as your city commissioner( the next two

years. I hope your decision will be J.D. EUNICE. I know
I City' To Protest Ruling' on Police Labor Practices' that I can do the Job or I would not ask for your vote.

Starke ts growing and you need a person who can handle

Attorney Terry Brown has been instructed -; liability ,if Allen 'is rehired, has of the police car at 60 mph or more, 28 by Chief Bowen after 'Lt, .John your business.,that person Is J.D UNICE. Due to Illness
to file exceptions to a state another 'wreck and injuries so-' by measuring skid in back of, or1'"'' Hodges and Sgt. W.C. Reno submit- In my family, and attending Gainesville Police Academy

hearing officer's recommendation meone. The injured party wouldn't past, the stop sign. Brown also said', ted separate memoranda to Bowen I know that I have not seen all of you. I would like to take,
that the city used unfair labor practices ',sue PERC or the PBA,they'd sue the there were skid marks before the recommending Allen's dismissal.. '
this opportunity to ask ( other supportersand
in firing one police-officer and city, the attorney pointed out. stop sign and using the FHP skid Reno stated Allen had a '"poor at,; you tqjoln my'
in not promoting two outers.\ Officer Allen's accident occurred factor, the police car would have titude"and his work had not improved -: vote:
The hearing officer, an agent 01 Feb. 25 when, going to the aid of been going In excess of 90 mph. The since the accident. Hodges stated
the Public Employees Relations: other officers, he ran through the Intersection speeding police car narrowly misseda Allen had a "poor attitude," was in -
Commission (PERC) agreed with at Old Lawtey Road and vehicle traveling on SR-16. subordinate'! and.had destroyed a' "J.D. EUNICECity
the police union (the Police Brownlee Street (SR-16)) and struck Brown said the speed limit was 25 patrol carsPERC / ,
Benevolent Association) claims that two pecan trees on the other side of mph. Chief Wiggins interjected the has statutory authority to
Police Officer William Scott Allen the road, destroying the police car.>; speed limit at the stop sign was zero issue orders to the City of Starke. Commission -' Group 3
was illegally dismissed and that officers 'Attorney Brown said the Florida mph.Officer. PERC rulings can be appealed' to the 13! '.
Thanks for vote
Kathy Mercer and K.R. Hinds Highway Patrol estimated the speed Allen was terminated Aug. First District Court of Appeals, attorney your on Sept.
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were passed over for promotion Brown said DEDICATED SINCERE< -,HONESTpd.

because of union activities, that .. ,
former Chief Bowen
Jimmy illegally ORDER YOUR B.H.S. .
Interrogated job applicants,and that k
officers were toLd if[ the department ''

. i ficer have bought also to bullet wear recommended them.proof vest The that hjeaciogxtl th y thecTr wouU w 'r S lASS. 'Rl N G Our phone maintenance plan

pay legal fees for the PBA,attorneyand ; "
poet a notice in the police station I: THIS

stating steps the department would' ) is handy around house.
take to remendy the situation.
City commissioners voted 4-0 to SATURDAYSEPT. ,
have attorney Brown take exception
to the recommendation that officer '

Allen be rehired and that officer 1.0102The > f. .
K.R Hinds or Kathy Mercer be pro- ,

moted. Herff Jones Representative ,. ,,:
The hearing officer's recommen- r, .,. ', .' .I',' ;1'Iu \ (
dations go to PERC for a ruling will be In our store I. ,/'. '
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Brown explained. Unless the city ,' tt'
files exceptions PERC would i ii",
in accordancewith ; 1 9 u i 1i. ;' { 'I'n!:"'
almost surely rule 1 i. ; ,
dllMTAJN'c'Jewdry't .
the hearing officer's, recommendations + ,, :... .. : ,;
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Brown said. "! -f' ,, ::1: lei,
Councilman Bobby Biggs'questioned' l,) ( y .' i.. ',\ ,:'J. ;>':;';,.; ':?i'' "

if officer! Allen was ter- IGift l : th S,5)( "j6i6 it ,\,/, ,:!" '\;N\\ /!'}\":" "
minated after carlessly wrecking a Gallerjr.inc.,, ,17 'r LYE+x''I :.,(' I.,;I,tp.t1. 1"iil'Y\, \\I\\!\\,i'' ; "" .
'.1 1'1'hjlQ.'Wf \"
for union activities' 'll' (
police car or ; ; / .1 ( Ii\\:,' .
1 : ." .Ifi.f ,
Commissioner Charles' Schaefer KHcWCallStStartccFl : ,
,f'",I'j' ""I"" '. ,, ," Y.I' t.
pointed out the city has a sixmonthprobationary ':', ; 11/1/\: ;" \" \ l 11pi i .
period during which II Free Gift with Order_MO.OO Deposit Required ( ". >,;,,:"<. : 11/\\( \' ,;,\1'/I, :'.1

is not required to give a reason for V-I" .,))1; ;.: "I"'r.\l" :, ;' ,
termination. That is the city's agree-' \ ', '" /
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ment with PBA, Commissioner Bobby 'WEIGHT wA1QtERSLIGHTEN' *- ,-.,III f,,' u; ,J, "I !'filltl.: ..'
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Biggs pointed out. ,,1'.\ .'! : IfJ M.+i\/I"\ il\(1:\( .'f',
''1 don't believe the hearing officer ,, ,I ,S' 'I' Y )'/ "
> has authority to force the city to hirea ,'e', .;', ', :', ;, ied9J; \; {i {,r \ 'MIb !WVi1 i.f ,
man back," said attorney Brown, UP WITH'OUR .\t.lIf'i'i: ': ,1f.\ ;'!\ ) IHI ,, ,, "
adding the city ordinance is pretty ..,:\\H\j\' ,'\ :"";"JI':',!\ !i I' y ,'rI.!...

clear on that point,as Commissioner ,';, :!ii'A\\, : ,!(' "I"il.',:
Schaefer said.Commissioner. : 4 I 'I' IIWJlj+ ,::,) !: jl' j\'
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Vernon Silcox said 'gal:! 1 ;: ',) ;) : ,;1;(,',>'
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former Chief Bowen told him that of- ":\\\ M "" 'WhW''
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Allen would be terminated for'' ,
ficer ,
wrecking the police car. A few : ,,\ N<\( : \ \ WJ)i i :rt <
weeks later, Silcox said he Inquired ;;; : : : .,:; it J :!!iJ: 1 h ,' ., ": 'IX ;.("
the has be terminated. ; ; :
officer not ,, ,
again why '
Remember,at Weight, ,.'."." I' 'r. ,,1'p7t<" '.!' i
Incredible '
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.' 'Chief Bowen said he Irt an money. 'h6' ) ,' ; I. '; ," ", \"" ", \ ,y\.J\ <:I'iI'U.:;:'
on Watchers there are no $ j' ." ; ,',\:Ii,{ ": d" "." ( .,) 1 'bi1'h',1 \ ", ,
oficrfhim ,
fire Allen because of saving Wright } ( ,, \, > .
couldn't a man- ,, .III.y \ ,\ 'r''i\' j. '""W" tl"
shortage in the police depart- Watchers*!Join now t hidden costs- no expen-, .' i., I.;.,. ''II' ': ,,',1 ,...1.i/W""i"I\I\\;; ; ; \\1\\; "',"" '4 1 vt
ment power, but intended to terminate. and lighten up for "rcite supplements or special ", '.! ,,' ,; ,I \, ',( :;" .: (.: ;f,. i.\\ : fl:' ;!I'4'':.
foods to buy We leach you r \ :\ / }'!ijl1r'; ;' ,
Allen as soon as possible. kse-a lot lea. k ,\ J',1: : i : i : : yG .
how choose the 'J' "1'1 i;4 : '1': 'AV X. 'i b'r
to )
''Acting Chief H.F.' Wiggins, under' Think about tt. ; / '' : '' ,' ': ,,;, 'i"r' \ : :' '\: '\\w,', :rtiI'I': ?' ,'"
questioning by Biggs,said he agrees For|ust do.you \ right foods so ysa ", ,." '. ,, ,' \. I..I" <,.",.. ",/II,',.,111"\"t,\" %,'ji\\II\\+!ilirc q ,\,
with Commissioner Schaefer on the can eat right for /, !, ,>" I'H1' ."
tan(on the proven S.4 { ;
y '
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that the officer was on probation @ a lifetime "n '' '
firing, ,' '
weight loss program ; '., ,.' \'Ii ,il. "
and no reason was necessary. 1 / So join now and : "," 'I" '.1'\ ,01'IIi/
millions ''t .
Out has helped i \\j '
can live with the rest," Chief Wig take off millions of ta'cr savct) But hurry an ". "' "I, m'I"I." ': ,.!//r.r. '"'' "

gins have said.terminated Wiggins Allen said, only he sooner would prorate punk Quick And Success now with*, Program our 't, '; / .Let beset offer this Lighten good up can't for It's easy'to have a repair plan built right into your phone'with \', : :',j:'>i1.'If f.i p"J" f:
Chief Bown did. The length of new ;
than '
; '
tint less with our new tile price,i itegbtntion the Centel Phone Equipment/Inside Wire Maintenance Package. 'th time between the Feb. 25 accident youll lose weight v, \
and the termination left questions as 1pjt4rrtawteurr f''s'' c fee .u..v, *18 You can be assured that your phone will always be in working ':: ('," :( "t,

to the motive of the firing Wiggins And you'll do k by eating nutri .P Weekly,Meeting ice\.;. I 7tbuswellbebnccdmeabka order for only a small monthly fee that shows up'on your phone '',/ ;:(;;I 'g '
al ,... 125.YOU '
lb< Ui, > .
< said.Wiggins said he'd have no problem' luring the foods you like best. ) ,, SAVE u,.;.}<,..,v ,i..,, hiring officer Allen back. "U he phone wires inside your home are covered for standard repair, I ;', ;(\i:
back he'll do the or be ter, : / :.
comes Job Our help avoid costly "pay-as-you-go" repairs r
said. jobs plan can you .,
minted Chief Wiggins
'I'\I"\/f\ :;\ ; ,
"In other words, you can work if and when you need them. .
inquired Locations and Times be in working order at an ;' M 1.,<;
with him (Officer Allen), Biggs Meeting Tb be sure your phone will always "

The problem Wiggins, Chief said yes.Wiggins said orderly price, call Centel about our Phone Equipment/Inside ">, ,;v'v'*,\< ;;:U' \\I:;:y;
tool to have around ''. '
It's handy '
Wire Maintenance Package. a '' "
is there Is currently no patrolman'sposition STARKE :'*
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open in the Police Depart- The First Presbyterian Church" "' .. your house.'i. >:\.i'' > ; ,!< ,
ment. After a lengthy discussion,the ., ': :: '. .-"..t.. ; ,
lWF 921EastCaDStreet' \-f 'F':,';: V':" :,' ,: I'1 Ir .' N.'i"q." ;;;
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council and Chief Wiggins agreed '!; ,,.:,' :' '
should be Mondays,7 pm "- .,).'y.,'' :'t' '1: /' [ I I I".J:[ : '\ : ,,:;I.''r.'I&MMl; ,
the Police Department : 'j J' ,
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composed or a chief, three I ', v'' > '1G I.' .I, \\k'k..Jl..r\" ." "" ,Ir.' < I,, ', ,1''" : \ .Ii :(
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bosses nine ,. :' If' '"siYl\ b. 'I"," ; ., '
lieutenants or shift rnu. '" r, 4,: ;u.1' i '{'h'. '' :,' I"J"",' ,....r ; '';"' "' ; "W. L
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and five radio operators J'1: \: "
patrolmen Chief Wiggins, said he has no problem Call now about ourAtubflfz "" .::1.. ,,, ,... ": "; ;'I"rC'i'I'* }> \ ". ,.P/: < / .' "\ ,. Ni. CJ"jf ;.y'l' a .:i.\.i\ : .
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to one with of the promoting lieutenant officer positions.Hinds. ,111. Weight Loss Program. r;:,I\:1ii\ /.J;,.,:!) '::' (z\, .Ii".7T'ttI.\: :): ;! 'J v i.';;,:j.;!:";: /i i':'' :' ':, ':,' GEN EL "- ",\ .;,i; rn'fi'ri7\l r;; i ,,\ ; iti.j\: \:',,1\1\ .
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a 60-50 chance to prevail 'IMHL{_A IN fLOR1 ;, I ; -. '" )"." """d" ',:: .,,i'"'t?, ,r:
PERC. The council must not only -- 140 J' 8usty.
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look at the past in firing officer' :::==E:'===--:=-=--- -= ,. '. Where people connectU CaM.1,1,9qqq6 '

Allen but must consider the city'", '; 1 -'. .;p.,



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Page U TM.M.KAI'II: S4-1t.'wr' K, I'IKS!

etJTOTdALS 1 The Hoover Smith Campaign in 1928 I

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t2 M., ,May, Meet Its Match .in Bush-Dukakis

Now' that the Labor Day weekend is '
over, presidential and vice-presidential fr-; 7 I
candidates of both oartlcs arc extx!-tpd to '
r < come out swinging In no-holds-barred attacks '
': : Time is Right to Plan : <" calculated to knock out their opponent
in the first round.

': But no matter how bitter the in-fighting

Changes: in ,City Charter becomes, it will hardly be expected to
''match the famous (or infamous) cam
paign of 1928 between AI Smith, Governorof
New York,'and Herbert Hoover, 31st;
In his ,letter of retirement effective It has been suggested by several I President of the USA. Smith was a

October 4, 1988, Police Chief Jimmy members of the Commission, past and Democrat Republican.and a The Catholic.campaign Hoover soon was

Bowen said, "The residents cf the Cityof present, that Starke would be better off degenerated Into political religious war
Starke need to make some important changing its form of government to provide ,In which bigotry and intolerance ran rampant -
decisions as to what kind of police protection for a city manager. Under the present The U.S. had never had a Catholic
theywant in the future. I don't system we have a five-man commission president (John F. Kennedy was the first), )
believe that these decisions should be and and some Protestant denominations were
a mayor-commissioner, determined to SPe that the country would
delayed pending the 'outcome of my separate heads for each city depart ,not choose one in 1928. And it didn't-
case, or influenced by the potentiality of ment. although Bradford County, after hard-
my return as Chief. Bowen stated that Under the fought battle, remained in the Democratic'
city manager'set-up, one
he will not be returning as' Chief of man would be responsible for all phases column by supporting Al Smith

Police "so that everyone will be in a bet- of the city's operation. While it is true 'Congressman Green SpeaksIn

ter position to decide how the police ,that a qualified city manager would the last week before the General Election -

department" should be structured in the command a good salary, if he. is the in November Starkc's own ,Con-
future. right person'for the job, he could more gressman Lex Green addressed a capacity
crowd in the Alachua courthouse
This voluntary .retirement by Chief than save his salary through stepped-up ,saying: County

Bowen clears the way for the City of efficiency in the supervision of the city s' ''"Never in mind has there Eyeball to Eyeball
Starke to make much needed my
many departments.The the history of our country such corrup-
changes in its,governmental ',structure day-to-day work of City Commis- tion and rascality as has blighted our nations
with no politics involved.' sioners would be eased without for the past six or right years. Shock members. Such a source can only promote
any thieveries and of officials internal dissention hatred, and Puzzling Situation
ing startling depravity eventuallygive
Some of these 'changes have been'attempted -> diminishing of their actual powers, by high and low, in the public serviceat to our churches a political status anda ,From The Telegraph Nov, 2, 1928)
several times in the past suchas changing to this method of government, Washington,from cabinet members and political policy. It matters not whether a '
making the offices of Chief of Police relieving them of many worrisome ,their treasonable crimes, to the' cheap minister be for Smith or for Hoover, he "Many Democrats, bolting the presidential -
and City Clerk appointive instead of details. The manager, of course'wouldbe sellers of official positions." should avoid attempting to preach politics nominee, say There they will take the there state
ticket wholly. are today, as
from the
elective ,but they were defeated each responsible to them, and under their (The period referred to was during the and pulpit thought, putting into politics his whole, and time should, effort have been for weeks conflicting claims as

time they were placed on the ballot, by control. Harding and Coolidge administrations), shun politics if he is a true subscriber to to Doyle E. Carlton,Democratic' candidatefor

voters more concerned with personal The complexity of a Commissioner's'' "Their party offers a record of the A.nencan doctrines, and if his first Governor.
loyalty to long-standing officials of the, job has increased rapidly in recent agriculture prostrate, industry depressed, wish is for the welfare of his church and his "Practically all the Democratic chief-
city, rather than questions of better' American shipping destroyed, workmen people." tans say that Carlton's statement meanshe
and will undoubtedly continue to
years without employment,everywhere disgust, Some Voters Quiet will support the ticket, national and
government., increase as the town continues to growat suspicion, and corruption unpunishecTand state, in its entirety. But every day,we
I But with Bowen's retirement,'the City a rapid pace. Such troublesome mat- unafraid." 1928 As election is the case reported today newspapers that "Democratsand in the hear bolting Democrats say that Carlton's

now has, the option of moving toward ters as impact fees, and added stress on Republicans alike will begin tomorrow' statement means he'is for Hoover, as they
charter changes that provide for an appointive the: city's water and ''sewer system: High Taxes Attacked what they are pleased to call an Intensive are for Hoover.
chief responsible to the' City ,which have caused costly mistakes in Congressman Green, who served over drive for the elusive votes. But for weeks, "All of these odd elements have entered
two decades in the U.S. House of Representatives thousands of have not come out in ,so sharply into the fight that it isn't possible i
Commission, or an even more construc- the 'past, could largely eliminated could hold his own with the best of people
the : have much bit- for old-timer to sit down and attempt
They seen so
tive change (from an economical stand with full-time attention by a qualified city : political oratorseven Ronald Reagan, open any
terness,' so much that borders on 'the to size up the vote. It is, to all appearances
point) of merging the Police Depart manager., had the opportunity presented itself.In boycott, that they have kept quiet, the most strangely mixed

ment,with the Sheriff's Department, as The operation of the'City of Starke is, a reversal of today's political technique "Meanwhile, there Is no stepping aroundthe ,situation in the' political annals. 'of Florida'
many Florida counties have done, including now a business in the $7 million a year when Democrats are sometimes call-'' fact that the fight in Florida has been' history."
our neighbors, Union and bracket. If a manager could not save his ed the party Green of attacked"tax and the spend",taxes Congressman bitter Bitterness has crept into places *
Baker salary from a budget of that high least expected to find it.A real wedge has "odd' elements"already '
proportion, Being levied by the Hoover administration been driven into But with so 'many
many ,
Another change worth considering at ,the Commission Would be justified in saying,"Three times since the World War, organizations Involved in the current presidential -
the Democrats in Congress have favored a spotlighting them into two factions. ''In race the Bush/Dukakis Show may
this time is the often discussed move telling him to move on, and find one who
reduction of these tax burdens of the people '' some places there are ugly wounds, deep even outdo the famous Hoover/Smith Bat
toward the (city, manager form of could.: in the face of stubborn opposition from and painful,that may not quickly heal with tle of 1928.Getting.
government, pow in effect in a vast ma. Most members of the Commission, we the Republican administration, and each the actual casting of votes."
jority of Florida cities and towns. While feel, would be in accord with getting a time these reductions have largely been
this would require extensive ,charter complete new charter under these made for the relief of those least able to endure -
revisionor better circumstances- that would the actions of a Republican fiscal
still, an entirely new not re- for The Debates
charter*'which is greatly neededthe quire an expert to find the data needed. policy -* : Ready

cost would be more than justified by, a and then research to make an ,inter Religion and Politics. -

better organized and more efficient city pretation of what it says. The tame Telegraph lane dated Nov.2* ; \
government. With Starke making such outstanding 1928, carried a lengthy article by Hollis V. vUthM'i
Knight, .a Starke attorney entitled G Bi: >;sdf... I
beya !
almost front it is obvious
The old charter, still in effect, was progress on every "Religion and Politics". Knight declared
first adopted in the 1920s with limited that it cannot continue to operate'' I that Smith's anti-prohibition stand and

revision in 1960-( 28 years ago., Over the' much longer under a charter that was 'Tammany Hall connections were not the
years it has become a hodge-podge of originally written half a century ago.. real basis of the bitter opposition! to him.
We will be brand The real issue, Knight said, was Sttnith'sreligion.
amendments which, in some cases, con-> soon entering upon a .
tradict the original intent,resulting in hew century what better way to do this
such a complicated instrument that than under the guidance of a brand new "Few people and have Ignorance sufficient'mixed courage In equal, intolerance 'fi t t
charterone that is written to meet today's \ I
even experienced attorneys 'have, difficulty to Smith
proportions openly oppose upon .j ,.
interpreting the actual meaningof ; needs and the needs of the future, this ground," Knight wrote. "Ministers r kd
ordinances involved.. rather than the 1920s especially hate to do it in view of the fact I
that everyone remembers spirited con-
troversies between religious organizationsupon f ft
any question of church unity. They

,A:Trillion' ,Here, A Trillion There fear grounds that would any be opposition interpreted on as religious arising

from a spirit of prejudice and competition."The .
I t
'- above remarks are prompted/ by
Soon, Adds Up in, Reaganland the participation of many of our ministers
in organizing political clubs publishingand
circulating political pamphlets under

'According to a report by the Congres- $2.06 trillion, or, one-fourth' of the the and guise the propagation sometimes of,political of church propaganda papers-,, t (Mlln tuekovlck: In lh*N.w Orlraiurimu

sional, ,Research Service, the, United ,nation's gross national i product.,: from the, pulpit and among their 'Pleayurw "

States,'already the world's largest deb- A debt of that size would require year-
tor nation, could see its foreign debt increase ly interest payments of $96 billion to

to more than Two Trillion foreigners, just to service the debt "
Dollars by 1995,seriously lowering stan; Reduced to simple layman's language, ,
dards by which most Americans are accustomed that means', if the GNP increased by ; We ,Get Letters I

,to live., three percent in 1995, a third of the in- ,

((Don't ,tell your grandchildren. It crease would be siphoned off to' meet

might keep them awake nights. Two debt obligations to foreign leaders.! ,Terminal Cancer Victim Asks for Answers, ,'so others can read it too. Not so last week
trillion dollars looks like this : I would have been embarrassed, so I tucked
The U.S. debt of $368.2 billion for 1987 '
$2,000,000,000,000. After' that, you run was 36.8 percent higher than the To Whom It May Concern: least 3-6.months beffre'l' would receive a. it away.

out of zeros, except in the U.S. Treasury previous year. This startling increase', I have just learned that I have terminal cheeky' I' know about freedom of speech and
Department, where they've got plenty has occurred during the Reagan administration '' cancer.Like so many people at my age,55, I went'to HRS for:help: I felt very freedom of the press, but"Leave My Signs
more in the computer, if not in the bank. since 1983 the when I am too young for Social Security. degraded and almost like a beggar asking Bel" Is a little too much for a family
The distance from the Earth to Mars is the U.S. had an investment, year cushion of Since I am alone and have no dependent for something I worked for all my, life. newspaper, don't you think? '
Please tell me how I am supposed to live
only 235,000,000.miles, a mere fractionof $89,4 billion, making it then the world's children or anyone depending on me, I do ,until then. I am sure if I tell Clay Electric
two trillion." not qualify for Welfare. I applied for SSI 'I have a little granddaughter who lives
largest creditor nationan enviable'' and after spending a day filling out my problem, they will let me go until I get next door, just learning to read and I sure '
Government 'sources announced position now held by Japan. numerous forms, I was told it would be at let some money.there And for I know the time my until landlady it comes will would not want her to read something like

Tuesday that the total U.S. foreign debt Mr. 'Bush 'agrees with Reagan's through.me stay If I go to Winn.Dixie will they let ,that at grandma's house. ,

increased to $368.2 billion at the end of dream', world, fantasy'' that economic'' me ride until I get some money? I doubt it..
Telegraph Thanked I have always been able to use intelligent'words
1987 (Reagan's seventh year in office) growth in the next few years will enable For Support of I must ask two questions- (1) Why to express myself, so if others can-'
.further ,lengthening the country's leadas the U.S.. "grow", out of this horrendous -, should it take so long to get what they took not you could at lead leave the bad wordsblank
the world's largest debtor nation. debt. Literacy Program, out of my pay every week? (2) Why must I then those that use street language. .
I am taking this opportunity to thank the be reduced to for what Is
This means that foreigners now own begging rightfully could: fill in as they please.
in U.S. investments than A more realistic prediction is one contained staff of the Bradford County Telegraph for mine? Lastly,why is It people who com
more being a local newspaper that truly cares mit crimes and use drugs have the state or' I for
in fortune,, cookie served in a This Is not to say that am or against
Americans own in overseas in' for its readers..You have supported education -, pay for their I help and any of those in the story because I live and
. vestments. local Chinese restaurant' recently.,Witha in this community and as an educational -' ,rehabilitation? Where do we go for help at' vote In Clay County, but Bradford Countyis
bit of humor, mingled with common leader, I want to personally my age, since I cannot work anymore and where was born and raised. '
'The congressional report projectedthat sense, the cookie said: "Blessed are the acknowledge your staff's commitment to may not be here in six months to get my ,
U.S. foreign debt would climb to children for they shall pay off the national reach the many citizens in Bradford Coun-, first check? Edna H. Norton
Lake Drive
$576 billion at the end of 1988, and sur- debt." ty that have a special need for improvingbasic If anyone' has the answers, I would'like Kingsley ,
skills in the of and
area reading
the end of ,
one trillion in 1991. By to hear them. .
pass 1995, the total foreign debt would be If they should live so long..,that is.Qtiliiji Adult mathematics.Education Your and continued Literacy Volunteers'support of'' I Harriett-'1'hankyou.P.Shover To Those Who Steal

of America Is greatly appreciated and this, Starke,Fl.32091 Flowers from Graves'

community will reap the many positive, ,
benefits of its citizenry.Too "' You may think that no one here on Earth
CRID.4 CoV Reader Protests knows what you do. But there is an all-,
-0 often our local newspaper does not Use of Language. teeing eye that know everything you do.
receive the positive compliments it
itq deserves. Please accept my sincere thanksfor In 'Signs',Story Amos 9:8: says: "Behold the eyes of the
N stuteu ] serving the public in Bradford Countyin Editor, Telegraph: Lord God are upon the sinful kingdom."

a positive manner, ,Charlie Thomas I usually read the Bradford County and in "II Chronicles 18:9, it says, "For
'C/ \ : MillER"f B-U Vo-Tech Center Telegraph,then leave it on my coffee table, the eyes of ,the Lord run to and fro
BOB. G. FERGUSON JOHN M. throughout the whole Earth."
10". Publisher
It hurts to know that there are people
i1 t .,.hi A..,..t ] J. 7!9 =u. from and destroying monument
al' $ $4 six month" n -t graves
Si'twvnptioniatein' t> area /pry yoar; ;
.... But you need to get down on your knees
'c\01. 'li.KV.ur! fSivtvoiir: $4. 60 tie month .
ask God to
..... Siwke Pd.JJ forgive you your many
.f\-I \ 't"; ,
ti Lord.
and to life for the
The first ovens built to bake bread wara created by the Egyptians. Many of the sins llye'OW' ,
principles followed In early breed baking are still used today. One Who Care

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The Weddings. < "', Club News. Sept, 'Artist'/ Is Mary Ann Cole .

'octal Parrls'h./ Webb' Bradford Homemakers The Month Georgia.. She will be displaying col-
I' .To Wed Saturday Club/ ,Meets Today at the is orful potteryplatters,,:' vases,
ide of the news Mary Ann Cole, an instructor at the baskets, teapots and doll
; : tea-sets.
--i\\, Deborah A, Parrish, daughter of
:: : j __. The Bradford'County' Extension Arts and Crafts Center, Reitz Union. The Gainesville Artisans Guild is
"",,',' Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Parrish, and Homemakers Club will hold ,their Mary Ann located
" W.ddlng. Club N. Surial CvcnuBirth. graduated from the at 806 W. University Ave,
....,..'-. a....... N.w. Charles A. Webb, Jr., ton of Mr. & regular meeting today,Sept. 8, at 10 University of Florida and received hours from 10 a.m. until, 5:30: Mon
I, Mrs. Don Hires will be married this a.m. in the Agriculture Building on hw MFA frorrv,, the University of day through! Saturday.
Saturday, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. in the 301 North. '
\ Gator'' QuarterbackClub First Baptist Church of Lake Butler, Plans for the new club year will be
) :': A reception immediately following discussed. Come join us and see
r Engagements. Meets TonightThe the will be held
ceremony at
what we are all about. For more Information -
j' :', Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Lakeside Community Center in Lake call Lane Tenly, 964-7015. Dobbs Family Reunion This Sunday 9/1 II
I Butler All friends and relatives
will meet tonight (Thursday, invited to the wedding and are Woman's Club First All defendants'of and Everyone: is to bring a covered
recep Joseph
Sept. 8) at the Starke Golf and Country basket and something to drink.
r club '- tion. Fall Meeting Wed Mary Dobbs a reunion lakeside Plates, forks, napkins, cups and ice
for Sunday, 11 at
a Social time begins at 6:30: p.m.: ., will be provided. 1'
M1 The Woman's Club will Community Center in I
of Starke Building
followed by a covered dish dinner at Free drawing. All friends and'
7 p.m. This week's speaker is Lynn Fender-Johns hold their first fall meeting at the Lake Butler relatives are invited to extend
Amedee, the new offensive coop To Wed 'Saturday clubhouse on Wednesday, Sept. 14,
dinator for the Gators. with a luncheon ,beginning at 12 -
Old members are encouraged to Miss Terri Fender and Mr. Carl noon. -
Johns will be married The will! be Conserva-
come out 'and new members are Saturday, program on
welcome. The club will be going to Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. at Pine Level Bap >lion. Mrs, Jerome Johns, Chairman, .
Jackson, Mississippi this weekend to ,tist Church. will be assisted by hostess committee
r see the Gators take on the Ole Miss A reception will follow the Jane Trawick, Joyce Riherd "
Rebels. Seats are still available for ceremony. All friends and relatives Carolyn Nelson, Pat Connelly, CarolO'Steen
I are Invited and
members to attend. Lucy White. '
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Dale and Gall Brower' of ( Impervious to insects ', ,,
Gainesville announce the engage- WALL .I "'
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:';; ::1 '., ,'" I \their daughter, Toni Jean Dekle, to, Custom Designs '
\", ,',' ,"', Kelly Michael Moulton of Starke. : : ; '\ :,; d1 ; ?' ;'' ''i(
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By Cathy,Wooley' ,
,,964-4151 or 964-6066
Weddings. Engagements'

Anniversaries .
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Church. News. w FxtV

Gospel'Sing Set

At Graham Baptist .

A 'gospel sing will be held at
Graham Baptist Church this Satur
at 7 p.m.. '.. ,
Featured singers will I be. The
Home Folks.:,

Young of Heart'

,Elects OfficersThe r
Young'at Heart of the First
Baptist Church of Starke met Thursday -
Sept. 1 for their regular noon
monthly meeting with fifty

members. present.
Following lunch, the new officersfor
the coming year were installed
'President Ellen Bailey Program
Becky Whitley; Secretary Paul Ray 'Ufe'is.filled, with;

mend; Activities Mr. It Mrs. Marvin triumphs and tragedies,s,
SUUings and Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Brio-(
son ,Nf-s Clara Colson Kitchen 'Master strokes and hard

Committee Nela, McGee ,and hooked your'first fi.sh. Or thejback! .thatfriend and.a
Margaret Bell. luck losse&.Like! the?time you Friday, you

Senior adults* mark your calen- lai.dbff' < ..
were .
dar and join us' Oct. 6 for lunch .and 1"" ,,,'' ,','!" ,;i I'I't i! \' "; ,\'tl.,'',a'"\r It's' natural in a heady moment of M'ctory! that you would I (J)(xse tq.celebrate t or in
fellowship.;, 1\. \:\"j.Zf.f: \ :::\ ::jl i \! )r lf. :; <( q only ; .
1.1/\:1., : ( \ :' '''''' = : seek consolation from someone knv< and trust. Perhaps at no other(I time i is
':1 y')>: ;),:;>: /'>:: i {+'r: ,' 'd' you ;
; ,
Mt ," ''J.\t.\ : y\\ : r ;; 'I '
: Plsgah ,''/ ,; \'frM"I\i\\: ;;: :,(, S r {'.,;\\i.}, !."'{ ''i'')" : the telephone so intimately involved your life.. 'I

Celebrates Dual Day'Mt. ", '" .," ."I;""i'kh\i'A\) \':'!" :, i'i\"\';(:,;> \\', ;\\jJ':\;\, "',;.:' r:. !, AIl.TEL'dcx.'Snlt take those moments li'f",hty? When you pick up the,phone to dial your,
VA.ME. Church of ,'f' ","v\, .! ..I.'l\ """ \"y\! ( '!II : i. : ., in our hands. constantly" explore ways to offer you
'. relative you're Sb\ye
+ a close
'Starke will celebrating their Dual .. n::,:.vmwwrw; ? ; ; "i ,;Wvy, ,: :,'IL'\'i:, : ;, best or ,
', f 'I'
Day Celebration on Sept. 18 at 11 ;' '"' {-1' f} 1"ll, : ; ''I c'' "':"' .-. faster"more efficient local: phone service. h'l containing cost.. >.., .
and '" ,.' : ,\ :;" \! 'k \X\'I'; \:'::{ ,;;i,+: (, L''J''l,{ \ ::. I.; : .' II'
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a.m. p.m.Everyone \ JI ,f; ';"" 't' the Southeast were able to offer a
\ {V'1"/,1<1.)' > 4 i' 'S\ : of the communities we serve throughout ,
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'if/' :\; \ [ "
is cordially invited to \\'A\ :J ,: \ :;;( ;'\'.' ; ; : .t'J\ .I : '\\v.\f': i : *, many .
attend. I "i:t'ifi1.:"I ">ilt\\"t\: \ \);\ ';,/" V-, '',;* '. ." ; '",,"!' ";l ,, Mole? 1 neW' generation of.sophisticated, custom calling: .features, that I provide extra speed;' or;
.PI't {!1! ,KIII't'4"1', '; ; : .', '''f" callsi ; ,' ,
,;, :.,/convemencefbrthoseimportant \ 'I'
Church of God "" i.,'Ir\,;! ?";\ I? l.f''r.\ ; 'V'i > of to systematically( '', l the'quality,of service as develoiv !
: :,f..; ,l,1., "r "\j" ; ; It's all part a grand,plan : } : '
Revival Begins : : .' ;.,. .... .. '. '
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God of \;, '
The Church of Prophecy,; {ra..r "
\ : c', '' lii is tollndngh; hY1 boy or a bashed bumper
: > ,
;Inc.,2138 N.Temple Avenue Starke, ; .AI.I.1EL: c : :;-1\\' : ; "i\Wtctherthebign'WSofthehp' a ? '
will be having a Revival beginning communication ; > 'i'I; ;;'. 'd :;' : ',' ';'
Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.nu nightly. Bro. ,,' ,:Iwe're hard at work !keeping '() lines of 'or n. 'i" : ; -/f-!fSt'plt'lnbt'r8,19HH ,;

,Cercy and Family will be featured. .
Pastor W.T. Laney welcomes ''.
everyone. -


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-... I, CASE NO 88-69.CP GROCERY Re-Locate
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.: The Estate of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE Is ,horoby given that the Deceased. 212 E. Call St. Starke"By
COUNTY, fLORIOA undersigned desiring to engage In NOTICE OF Central
business undoc tho fictitious name of E-Z ; ADMINISTRATIONThe the Railroad Tracks" Telephone Company
administration of the Estate of of Florida office has announced
CASE NO.: 88.1 O8.CA ''with WHEELS tho Clork Inlands of tho to register Circuit Court.said nomo Bradford Mororle| P, Carlisle Deceased. FII. No.BS.69 plans to move !Its Starke business office -

DIVISION/ : 40 County.Florida, In accordance with CP, Is pending the Circuit Court from It, present location\ on
,. and as required, by Section 865.09, for Bradford County, Florida, Probate Cereal and AllVarieties US-301 to its location at Thompson f',
Division, the address of which Is Bradford "
Florida Statutes Streets
Courthouse, Starke,
County Florida
ASSOCIATION Plaintiff ,a.corporation, 8/14 4lpd 9/8 32091 The,names and addresses' the i' Goods' The 140 North Thompson Street office
rnntml0815NOTICE personal

v RICHARD.. D. CUDDINGTON,'olc. af at : .. ..-. -'.-, representatives representative attorney and are th. set personal forth 11,1I1yJIDcluclJng:::;;; Campbell's Soups hall,across and the Jefferson fire station Street, is from now city is-

Dolondant OF INTENTIONTO below. the process of getting a major''
REGISTER Interested persons are required to PRICES facelift, both inside and out.
NOTICE OF SALE FICTITIOUS NAME file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON- "Our primary purpose is to make
Notice li horiby given (that pursuant Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida THS Of THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS the structure compatible with the
to on ardor or a tummnry final/ judgment Statutos. notice Is hereby given that Iho NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estateand commercial historical renovation
of foreclosure ontorod In the abovo.captlonod undersigned; R. V. DURRANCE 864 N. ((2)) any objection by on Interested program which Is ongoing in the City
.situated In, Bradford I will toll the property Temple A"..., Starko, Fl. 32091, solo' person to whom notice was moiled thai of Starke' says James White,
described County', Florida, 'owner, doing business under tho firm challenges the Will, admitted to probate, general customezr services
at: name of DURRANCE PUMP a'SUPPLY the qualifications of the personal THANKS -
Lot 1 of Block t In White Acres$ubdl"'. manager;
CO., 864 N. Temple Avenue, Starko. Fl) representative, venue or jurisdiction of
of Ion the, at rocordod In Plot Book 2, pogo 73 ,,3209), Intends to register said fictitious. the Court "IrTkeeping with that goal, the
Florida.public records Bradford County, name under the aforesaid statute. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT T T building will receive a,new stucco

at public solo to tho highest and bo.t Doled this 15th day of August A.D.. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. exterior,'canopies over'' the doors,
blddor for cash, at tho front door of tho 1988. In Bradford County, Fla. Publication of this Notice has begun\ and outside lighting fixtures designed -
Bradford County Courthouse In Starko Control 0823 on 9/8/88. r' to match the recently installed city -
Attorney for Personal II IIA
8/18 4tpd 9/B Representative: streetlights: The low-key blues'
Florida at 11:00, a.m., on September 7, R A.Green P.A. ,
1988. and greys of the exterior ,color
P. O. Box 1206
Data this 4th day of Augutt. 1988. TIMBER SALE Stork.. Fl 32091 scheme will be carried over to the In-
GILBERT S. BROWN REQUEST FOR BIDS '((904)) 964-6491 A terior furnishing," White says.
CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy Th.City of Keystone Heights Fl.,h of- Personal Representative: Low bidder for the $93,000 project
Carol Williams fering for sale all pine timber,94.8 acres .,AL KAY CARLISLEP. was Starke-based firm of Stevenson -
As Doputy Clerk slosh pin. Bid Opening: Sept.27; 1:00: .O. Box 478 N 'NI Construction Co
LAWRENCE J. BERNARD,'ESQUIRE p.m. Call for Bid Packet ((904)) 473-4807. Stork., Fl 32091
Attorney for Plaintiff Control'0833. ((904))964-6833 Qnce the building is ready for oc-
2064 Park Str..tJock.on"lIIo Itchg 9/8 Control 0835" cupancy, the present combination
FL 32204 ..2tchg9815CALL ( ,1( business office and work center at
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((904)) 3848488MFCBL29 PUBLIC AUCTION .: .. 0. 384 North Temple Avenue US-301)
NOTICE Is h.r.by given that on Monday -"$ will be closed and the property put
September 26 1988 at 8:00 a.m., FOR BIDS S S up for sale, according to White,
,TB-33934 FRK Sell-Storage will sell at public ouc- Sealed/ Bids will be received by the
FHA-091-149234-2701, tion for cash at US 301 and Stot. Rood Bond Trustees of the City of Starke, at "Our outside plant'and engineering -
221. Stork. the City Hall In Stark.. Florida, until 6:30: staff will be relocated to a new

8/11) 4tchg915Control Contents of Unit 17, belonging to Steve p.m., Tuesday'September 20,. 1988 at From Your of Schools 1,200 square foot work center to be
0801 Barnum.. which time and place all bids received Superintendent constructed on SR-16 east" White
Control 0831 will be publicly opened' and read aloudon saY8. ''fhatlacility,expected to cost
2tchg 9/8-15 the following: around $85,000 will also be the
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Construction of ".2 Kv Feeder Circuit JIM DUNCANThank storage site for materials and company -
"" from :
901 around
REGISTER Hwy. Deerfoot Village
PUBLIC SALE .vehicles when it's completed
FICTITIOUS NAME Ron Denmark Mini-Storage will hold a Complex In STarke, Florida. by the end of December." ."
Pursuant to Section 845.09, Florida public sale of: Specifications may be obtained at the, :
Statutes*, notice Is h.r.by given that the 'Bin Number,31, belonging to Donald office of the City of Starke Electric// for* confidence in
undersigned. Gary W. Brewer. Donna L. Sprow; System Director' W.M. Weldon. Questions you, ,your STARKE
Brewer. Gary D. Brewer Joshua C. 'Bin Number 32. Valeria may be directed to this same officeat
belonging to
Br.w.rr, 1715 East Call St., Stark. Flo. Peques;> *' ((904)964-5027. .' ime. It is }an .honor.'to be :'able to CHURCH OF GOD
32091. businessunder Sealed bids should be marked in th. '
joint owners doing 'Bin Number 40 Alvin
belonging to
the firm name of B-4 Power lower I.ft hand corner of the envelope., serve 422 N. ST. CLAIR -964-5445.
Florida., 1719 East Call I Street Stark,' Contents Faysan: ,Unknown., ,"SEALED BID FEEDER CONST.., TO BE you as Superintendent of John Spratlin Pastor ;'
'32091 Intends lo register said N. OPENED 6:30: P.M.,SEPT 20, 1988." The, We ,
Sol, will take place ol 2117 Temple Invite you to worship with us
,statute.fictitious name, 'under 'the' aforesaid, ''A"... Starke, on .Saturday' S.pt. Ir'J any City or of Starke all bid*reserves., the right to reject Schools, in Bradford County. ,Attended Nursery -

Dated this 26th day of August, 1988, In 1988" ;ot 9:00. a.m. 2tchg 9/11-15 Sunday School.,.\\1'- lOam
Bradford County. Control 0632 Control 0837 Morning Worshipi1."."j lam
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BHS Faces 3A Flagler Palm Coast in Season OpenerTornado I

footballers open their ing game ol the 1987 season. BHS hard running fullback.No.'30, "who of the backfield, the dump off the
regular season at 8 p.m. tomorrow went on to a 5-5 record, Flagler was can hurt you," says the PHS tight end, and to the wldeout. No. 1,
(Friday,'Sept. 9)' at Flagler Palm e-4. scouting report. who has good speed on the O-route.
Coast High School a Class 3, high After watching a film of the last The quarterback, No.5, Is tall and Bread and butter'running plays I
school as 1s Bradford High. week's jamboree in which Flagler quick, and an average passer with a from the wishbone ar the quick
To get there, take SR-100( through beat Father Lopez 13-6,Coach Hurse good short game Favorite passes pitch. the end,run 'with a speedy'
Keystone Heights, Palatka and to says the Bulldogs will ".,.definitely are to the .".'l lmming alone out See rap 10ATO
Bunnell. At the one traffic light In be a challenge for us." -
Bunnell, turn left onto East 100. and Good speed and good size
follow the signs to Flagler Palm describes the Bulldogs. Running
Coast High, about three miles from from a wishbone offense, the sameas
Bunnell. If you get to 1-99 you've Union County used against[ BHS in
I gone too far. the jamboree In Keystone Heights'
tr If you go by St.Augustine,take 1-95 last week. Save Like A Bandit!
south and turn right (go back west) The Flagler offense Is much improved
!uGfr off 1-95 at a blue water tank where since the Spring jamboree.
there is also a sign for the high The line gets off the ball well. There S
school. are two speedy halfbacks,. Nos. 22 I
,Flagler beat BHS 7-0 in the open and 26,,the best ball carriers, and a.
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I Tornado safety Trammel Jones came up...th.(lib crucial Interception ol
Tiger<< put to choke off a big<
Jamboree.. $12999VAB"
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more exciting football team this OMruM4 by ThgtMn OtttOum Me.,Bra 8 ,T":m OA 317O1 Car| 12)3BJ-I38.
Friday night,Sept. 9,when Bradford 964-2864 .r ITvWmAffll ?a.: : ot ror oftar Mm*mdvidiW .._.
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School foe. 3 1/2 mites out 301 N. n.r.w taunt alW.-.dQUr..roer- d5..d_
High a disUict
BHS is faster, stronger and -
maybe 'a tad bigger than last
season's 5-5 team. Big difference is
,the consistent size and more speedon -
the offensive line. Season tickets 4A4
.remain on sale; call school system J4'jfr/ ;
I switchboard,. number 964-6800, and
ask for Ms. Wanda Prevatt in,the
BHS office. "
Plus, Head Coach David Hurse attended -
three coaching clinics on how I / '
to run the exciting and wide open
passing and running Wing-T offensethe
Tornadoes now employ Plus,
Coach Hurse talked to about a dozen
coaches who use the Wing-T. Since
Hurse knows much more about the
Wing-T the BHS offense .should CINERAlOlllCTfllC' kurik/et. ,
benefit. '

BHS will open is season without 4-Pack Soft White Tylo Entry j
the services of veteran quarterback ; .
John Berry, who broke a thumb Lockset R.
while practicing the passing game T.W TE' .- Light Bulbs }
The replacement is sophomore Reg' Y t
gie Sheffield, who will see his first Medium base soft white bulbs. 40W,60W., Standard deadlatch for all exterior doors. +r' +r
regular season varsity action,this 75W or 1UOW. Stock up and.save! Turn button'interior, key exterior. Full lip S
Friday night.. 13257,41028,32,36> strike 23/s" and 27/." backsets available.
."1 was very pleased with Reg gie." #400T-3
said Coach David Nurse of this jamboree -
against lake Butler. : 99' ,
Fullback: Clint Reed, who scored SPECIAL, $1'
the winning TD against Lake Butler
i in the jamboree got a hard hit on his ,... : ',/ per4-pack PRICE .I.IAflla
leg and has a bad bruise. Reed has
got the OK to play but the question +
,is how effective he will be. Utlee Two-Handle Kitchen Faucets sERV I-ThR, ;
Sophomore fullback Clyde DeSue t 3/4"x 25' Chrome
really improved this week in prac- s ? Washerless faucet/features 2 For 3 hole "
tice. "All of a sudden he just snap- t' sink.8"centers. Easy to Install.TC1100,400 ,r Tape Rule

ped DeSue: out of It," says Coach Hurse. y'k,,, Without Spray $ A99 n f=s Features ultra-rigid tape, durable chrome case and "f
give Reed chance
may a to ,. .
rest some this week. SPECIAL PRICE blade#IF325 locking mechanism for accurate readings. ';;, \ K

Flagler is a lot like Union High, With Spray, $ 999 %, $99 4
Coach Hurse He hopes the UHS .
says. ,. SPECIAL PRICE -
defense is better than Flagler's.> SPECIAL PRICE ,
The BUS defense is healthy and In
good shape, although the rain and SERVIihR t E cCTI %PAX. Decorative '
mud has slowed practice this week., 8" Clamp Light'
,"But I feel like,we'll be in good :: Dusk-To-Dawn Light _
shape for the opening ballgame. I "4 with 6' Cord Features heavy cast aluminum housing Dark bronze'
look for the defense to performwell finish Mercury vapor lighting costs 65%less to operate
," says Defensive. Coordinator ,. ''r 8"metal bell shade with 6'cord. Ideal for shop or garage than comparable incandescent lighting. Photocell
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BUS Starting Line-Ups..,' > ,SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE $3599
For the jamboree this Friday the
starting line .
ups are
Offense: Center: Terry WAG...... nin" SERVIaT fl4 ,
Whitehead, 178-12 guards: Lorenzo, Heavy-Duty Power Painter Wheelbarrow
,Hall, "'176-11 'and Alton ,
190-11 tackles:, Derrick Young Long, ,Handles difficult jobs like shingles, siding, stucco,brick. 4 cu:ft. rolled-edge seamless tray:Wide profile
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tight end: Ed Douglas, 176-12; split 230 y4
end:Scott Duncan, 166-11; fullback: 4i $ 9
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Clint Reed, 185-11; running backs:, '
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tman, 145-12 quarterback; Reggie.
:Sheffield -10. 'I I KN"PE &G" '
''Defense: tackles: ,Kevin Finch, 8" X 2 4" : e 32-Gal.. Roughneck"Trash
208-11, and Keith Jenkins, 175-11; : Can
Sam linebacker: Dane Clark, 185-12 Glass [
weak side end: Chris Dinkins, Decorative shelf features I 'Toughest: most durable trash container available>.
165-111 strong side end:' Jimmy y; one-piece' support that Shelf161> Endures sub-zero temperatures and steam cleanings' ,
-fitting lid locks in odors. 2894
Long, 185-12; inside linebackers' 89BFI30824 Tight
Bill Hamilton, 197-12,> and Travis $ > ,
Long 185-11; rover back:' Rodney $999
Mosley 175-12.. Defensive backs: SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE

cornerbacks: Lance Wiggins, 140-11,
and Terry> Berry 162-10; middle, "Ct\OVt1- I." INISALO ELICTIIC r 'Ii'.mg'I' ;
safety;Trammel Jones, 17 -10.' "
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>Coach David Hurse Is offering a PRICE' 8299 Y '
$100 reward for information about SPECIAL' PRICE
the person who used a pickup truckto
doughtnuts on the Bradford loj- -
High football field. Individual" dealers may limit Quani IKS. 'Use your SERVISTAfl CeO,.Card a"t k ,.I.IC t
"It just made me sick when I saw "Individual'' + dealers may not oc ball,item r participating, slocei ,
Some suxes may lestiicl ilemj SERVISTAR Corporation I
it.It was somebody who has no pridein casn WK)carry!terns only + .
our program," says Coach Hurse.
The field was looking as good as it
had in 25 years Hurse says and hundreds -
of dollars had been spent put. ,
ting the field in top shape ACME HARDWARE &. 5
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Opens TonightThe :",;", :;,;;:;s;.: .;:.:>;.,
Bradford Hlgh'junIor varsity u'!. '. rs\ 'a' .
football team opens an eight game ,.. : .Ir r. [
1988 season against the Union High ( ;

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r. Power Play, "Goal-' ine ,Stand t Pace Tornados' Past UCHS, in Jamboree f :' I IA

executed off tackle when Union High got close to the 14,14,10, and 5 yards. 'Finally, Tor, an incomplete pass:At any rate, the Jones recovered the loose football. .extra point was blocked.
perfectly Torando goaL Both teams fouled up nado defensive tackle Keith Jenkins Tigers gained a yard, to the Stt yard BHS then worked it way down to On third down, from the two yard
tough power executed play plus a line tremendously stand what should have been' "gimme' broke through to stop Union running line, on the play, and got to replay the Union 10,but the field goal try by line, FB Henderson got just oneyard.
goal gave fourth down when the Tornadoes Donnie Francis was blocked. On fourth down, from the one,
Bradford High a 6-0 sudden death field goals.The holder,a new player back Kenny Taylor 'for no gain. .
Thomas were penalized on the play. Neither team"moved on its final Henderson less than a yard.
win over Union High In the all foot since QB John Berry has a broken Tiger quarterback Lynn a got
ball In thumb, mishandled two snaps long, tall, slender elusive runner But the field goal attempt by John possession. "Lake Butler had a good ball club
Jamboree Keystone Heights bardrush Henderson blocked. In the sudden death Union Highhad noted Coach .
delaying Bradford field goals which ,threw a hail Mary pass under a was and some big kids
last Friday night, Sept. 2. the were blocked. Linebacker Bill and Tornado safety Trammell Bradford High became 'more effective to score to win and make the extra Sexton. BHS does not play. UHS. this
Host half Keystone 10-0 over Heights Interlachen won High.second Hamilton' stormed in to block an Jones intercepted. as the half neared its end. point after<< RHS /urnred..al'i.the! .season.! -
the Tornadoes and took Union High players were going both
Tornado fullback Clint Reed went Union High field goal attempt. Union held ,
the The Tornadoes won the toss and over again on their 43 yard line.The ways.
around the right side to score on
first of sudden over time. "We drove 73 yards to the Union 5'/4 yard Tigers, still opening holes up the FB Reed got 18 yards for a big first
got real play good execution," Coach line on the opening series, kept alive Tornado middle, had gains of 20 4 down as BHS worked its way out
after when a Union player touched a BHS 11 and 11 yards down to the BradfordHigh from its own six yard line with a 32
Mike Sexton of the ,
says play offensive punt and a Tornado player fell on the 8* yard line. There, the BHS yard drive. Allen Jenkins punted 34
at the film. The -
I looking game yards, and Union took from its
Whitehead football. But rookie quarterback goal line defense proved to be tough. over
i line: center Terry Half Alton, Reggie Sheffield fumbled when, Linebacker Travis Long stoppedUHS 36. RB Bigham got 11 yards up the
Lorenzo' and
I Young guards tackles Don McDavid and caught in a Union rush and sacked. running back Craig Brigham BHS middle but a clipping penaltyon "Qu.ntum"PUTS
''Derrick Long, and tight end Ed A Union player recovered the loose after a two yard gain over right a double reverse cost VHS 15
football. Big plays on the drive were tackle. Then came a controversialplay yards QB Thomas got only three
:, Douglas executed got wingback good blocks Rodney to clear Moeley the 27 yards by FB Reed and a 34 yard where the Tornadoes stormed yards at left end Tornado DE Jim- SAVINGS ON THE UNE"
for FB Reed. < run by running back Greg Pittman. QB Thomas who was trying to pass. my Long stringing the play out and. .. ,
way defense From its 12 yard line, Union runn- Tornado fans thought Thomas making the tackle. ( ::1"
Then the BHS goal
i ing back Craig Bigham and fullback fumbled the football, and Coach Sex-* QB Thomas then tried to pass, but ,
refused to allow Union High to score '
!t looked in the films like a linebacker Travis Long knocked; the
where Willie Henderson ran through holes ton said it
,in three tries the middle
I the Tigers had up been tearing holes in up the Tornado middle for gains of fumble, but the officials ruled it was football loose and defensive end Al

f' the Tornado forewall all night., The
I" BHS down lineman got low, got .
!.' penetration, and the linebackers THANK Summer Tank Installation'''
came over the top to throw the ball I : "
/ .carrier back. ,SPECIALS i

The BHS goal line defense team is .- .,,' I AS LOW AS '
down lineman Keith Jenkins,Junior
Acevedo, Dane Clark, Don YOU 't .
McDavid and Bill Hamilton. And, $4650Includes
Coach Sexton said, middle' ? tfJ
linebacker Travis Long did a good p the Citizens of tank installation
job coming over the top. The ends .
were Jimmy Long and Chris : x.1:., Bradford County ,for (up to 30' of material)

Dinkins,and the backs were Rodney .. Tank full of
Mosley, Clint Reed, and Terry ) ", vote andill' gas
Berry. \ e No tank rental until 1989 ,
"We were pretty well pleased, I I indeed -
,4 t support. .
'. Complete Inspectionof
"' gas
; guess, says Head Coach David .> ,
s f' Hurse. The defense looked a little \ grateful. your appliances '
ragged, because It had only worked l very
c' against a Wishbone defense, which ,/ .
\' 'Union High ran,for about 15 minutes 5
", for three days. The rest of the time efficient' and ,
I \ the BHS defense has worked againstthe I will continue give you ,"

wing-T offense that BHS uses. ,all times. ; Suburban 2350 SW Archer Road,
service at
Flagler High runs a wishbone, so courteous Propane Galn ivlll*>. FL
I ,Coach Hurse is glad BHS did get to
Call Toll-Free
,work against it for a half. Thank You,
Hurse said he is pleased with the 'Quantum 1-800-330-8998

.BHS offense. "We didn't show much., ESTHER S. HALL ..,,,.' .....s.r.tss.....'" .--* -- ,
consistency but we did show we can Tax Collector
move the football against good PoL paL eot.. i
Bradford ----- -- -------------------.
High,breaking some big ,..
plays outside, had 139 yards of offense
in the two quarters of play.
't Union High, breaking some, big
gainers up the Tornado middle, roll:
!f' ,ed up 103 yards of offense. Pick Your: Interest
1 ', Bradford gave up some big yardage -
A n;' i .' In the open field but got tough .

f', Flagler.. : ... ;:;. f ,

f L", 'Frws>r&ge10Ahalfback t: i' :;

\1 4.1' dive motion., and' the carrying. misdirection, and play fullback with' : : r III FORD I Rate :: i, '

'{' Flagler uses a 4-4 defense Just like "
\'} .BHS.All tour starting backs go both .. : } : \
,.I ways.the fullback The quarterback plays weak plays side safety end::,. ( :',(;}ij: 9\ \ :<'; .!Terwillegar 'Ford and Ford .Motor Company ,has ygur jae i ,j:; 14 ,.: ,

and one halfback plays corner-back *r,,-, '1 .
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the other. No. 28, is a linebacker. interest at heart during our Year-End Close-Out 'Sale!. ,
One tackle No.66,goes both ways. ,

Rtgister Sept. 8 N/,9,
1987 Ford Escort
between & 6 P.9tf. OR''

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88-1/2 ESCORT 3.9% '8.9% 8.9% 9.9. %. $500.
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An ORDINANCE amending the Com' MODELS
prehenslve" Land Use Plan Element and 87/88 BRONCO D 4X4 '750

Map by Bradford County. Florida, In accordance 87/88 BRONCO D 4X2 500,
with the local Government' 87/88 RANGER 'MODEL '300
Planning Act of 1973 *
Comprehensive a
provided for In Chapter 163 of' the 87/88 RANGER EXCLUDES 'S' MODEL 750

.Florida Statute 87/88. F-SERIES ALL F-ISO F-350 MANUAL 500
TO: All Citizens. Taxpayer. and other TRANSMISSION MODELS
Interested perton (EXCLUDES F-SUPER DUTY)
The Bradford County Zoning and Planning '
Board conducted a public hearingon
Tuesday,j J August 30,' 1988. on the
below listed application and will make a :
recommendation the Bradford Rangers
to County .
Commissioners'' for their consideration $ 5'00 Cash'Back :':'f: ':
and action at\the prescheduled final From Ford' "
hearing for this application for rezoning
and amendment of the land U..Plan on'
Wednesday. September 21, 1988.-at the
Commissioners Room of the Bradford.
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida at
7:30 p.m. on Ordinance relating to:! -
The rezoning of the following descrlbed -
property and amending the Comprehensive '
land Us. Plan to provide
that (land currently zoned RO and
designated by the plan a* Residential F-lSO's
Office be rezoned to -Industrial, and
,designated Industrial the property of,
GILBERT CROSLEY, described as follows:,
2.7 acres out of Parcel OO989-O-OOOOO. $ fffCash Back '$ Cash Back,
200'1<588', In Sec. 25. Twn. 7 S., Rng. 21 Ovlvf From Ford OUU .
E., six mileSouth of Stark.on East sideU From Ford
I t. .S., 301 for oHke and assembling of ,, ,
,. component part.
You ore further given NOTICE that a Inventory in Our History Save While ,Rates are Low 1TERWILLEGAR
i.\ copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE I I.
available for your Inspection at me office -
of the Director of Zoning and Plann
ing. City Hall Thompson.Street, Slorke.
r t .Florida. MOTORS
Each and every person having" any Interest -
; whatever In the enactment of"'1.t' .
proposed ORDINANCE should appear
t' and be heard at the time and place. 964-7200 473-FORD

prescribed.. 371-1096 388-FORD .
BOARD Of BRADFOD Starke Keystone Hgts
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy Gainesville Jacksonville
.:.Gilbert S.Brown 209 W. Madison State Road 21.

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Another Success for the Festival of the Lakes Art Show

Mark FrledUnBCT Len Richards, an art dealer from
Staff Writer Atlanta who was visiting relative
The sun wns hot and there wns a in the area and heard of the show. ,
thunderstorm or two but it didn't rl nm impressed with the variety'
I deter: a big, overflowing crowd of the works and the quality of the
from enjoying the 11th Annual artists involved who live in this
Festival of the Lakes Art Show and ,nren."' '.
Sale Saturday ::nd Sunday In, Over 100 artists from around the -I; ;-- ,- tk

Keystone Height ,state and South Georgia were in- ? .
The event is sponsored by the Kit volved in ,the show and local '4 W, i
Junior Women's Club and ns usunl artists,Margaret Boone 'receivedan

they did a professional job for the award of excellence for her intricately .... t
art fans in'' attendance and the woven baskets'and sculptures

artists displaying their.works as made from. natural'materials. -
well. ] .,
"The artists, ,were exceptionally Artists> displayed works in van--,
pleased with the 'event and the ''ous mediums including: paintings
number of craftsmen 'and artists In oil, acrylics, :watercolor and
from the South Florida area, is mixed media paintings, graphics

steadily increasing," according to. .photography" jewelry' stained
,spokesperson for the Junior glass, sculpture in a 'Variety of

Women's, Club Ronnie Edgerton. mediums, basketry woodwork
Prize money totaling over $4,000 and many hand-made'croft! items.

was awarded for the best selec- Entertainment was provided by /, ,Ettebates
'tions as''chosen' by a panel of aerobic dancers from the Body r I..'

" judges which included artist Image in Keystone Heights and by
Joanna Clark.Terri Taylor, owner dance students from Courtney
of the Melrose ,Art Studio and Carter's Dance Studio.
Gallery, and Diana Fava An,
Fun In the Sun...
,tunovich, owner of Diana's .Originals
in Keystone Heights. Art fan from all over the area

t I ,"This i is an outstanding show,eapecinlly -. gathered la Keystone Height to
browse through 100 exhibit
f for' n town. the size! of
featuring< a wide variety of art
4 ,Keystone Heights. ," commented, ,
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1- ,KeystoneElection

Isom .FALL ,

' 1-1Results $ O Up 1I y Y.Tp ToTq

f, By Anne Sponholti $
and Leslie Rudol \ .. 4500On ,
I As Keystone Heights goes, so goes
the county..toulcj well be the
analysis of Tuesday's primary elec- .CLEARANCE
tion results when four Republicans Models''
and nine Democrats vied for three ,. I
1 constitutional offices and a county It
commission seat. t
' On the Democrat ballot. Clay
County incumbent sheriff Jennings ALL 1988'S IN STOCK MUST' GO HUGE SAVINGS!!
Murrhee beat challenger George
Brown by over 69 percent. Murrheewill
face Republican C. Dalton Bray I
in November I
Clerk of the Circuit Court race saw. / '
_. :1ST
Republicans choosing John Keene ra;;> \
by a 55 percent margin over Larry 1988 CHEVY \ ',.
Myers while the Democrats choice SPECTRUM .
for the office gave victory to John __ SSPDD.AlC.AWFM'1/ '
Bowles by nearly 59 percent over .' -7007 ,,\,
Wayne Spivey. Bowles and Keene. ,
will face each other on the '
November ballot.Republicans ,$8,995
gave incumbent
Supervisor of Elections Dorothy "MSRP. 19495.00
Holt the ''winning edge over Cutlass Supreme Classic Coupe '
challenger Janie Turner by 69 per- > .
i. cent. Holt will face Democrat Carol /\ ',*,
Studdard in November.
Three Democrat candidates were 1988 OLDSMOBILE r .' ,MSB?$16.572
up for the office of Property Ap-
praiser, That race gave a wide vic- CUTLASS SUPREME $274V6. / 1 0,
tory to Wayne Weeks who won by .AT.AC.TlLT-S11JJUNc.aUJ1SE is y C
over 57 percent of the votes over Bet aNPROLAM/M.CASS.MUCH 1988 CHEVY
ty Andersen and Zac Ryan. Fred MORE6049 ... -- ,. ee
Cline will be the Republican ASTRO CL
1 challenging Weeks on the November' ._ (DMPIEI'LYLOADm
'ballot. $12 99500 -- -
Democrats' swung their: support POWER EVIRYfIIINC'8130
r for County Commission Seat 3 to -
Jean Varga who got over 55 percent ..4
_y, of the votes over challenger Ter- 249/Mo
rence Jones. Varga will face
Republican Dennis Frushone in t
November.The '
candidates and number 'of Fantastic Used Car Values $199 Down
votes ,cast by.Keystone Heights Only
voters are listed below. Precinctsare
listed by the following ,order;
Precinct 6,7 and 26. /
Clerk of Circuit Court (R) I <
John Keene 90. 107,TI
Larry Myers 10, 54, 25 1987,Chevy -
Clerk of Circuit Court (D) 1987 Jeep Wrangler Celebrity 1984 Nissan Stanza
John Bowles 86, 263, 176 \ Y
aynnefSpivey.TI,234161, ash Price 8795i :r+ V 195/Mo 149/I11o
< -' t", '' Cush Price 8995 Cush Prices'5895
Jennings Murrhee137, 453,309 GO/MO
George Brown 35,95,60
.Supervisor of Elections (R) '60 ai,12.Ogfo t 4 Door 48 x'12.96
Dorothy Holt 26, 101, 54
Janie -14.54.48 "
Property Appraiser(D) /
Weeks.128,384,232 169/Mo
,Wayne 9 80 Cavalier 1 ,
Betty Andersen 30, 88, 91. CashPrlce$ 779 ,
Zac (Ed) Ryan 4 11,47, 37 149/Mo leas Chevy Clo ,
County Commissioner District 3 sox 12.09(.
Cash '
Jean Varga 92, 909, 181 Price589548x12.0 99/1110

Terrance Jones 65, 191, 143 % r Cash Prlce$ 373 _

4a x 14.S9G '
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W. / 199.00 Down plus tas..lie ad 57.55 Dealer P..-to Qmlfiad Buyen.C
.1770.00 Down I35HAPR66UM: Hu Tm a Tat to Qualified BuyCT

House of Representatives

The District Peopie'siCandidate 21 for ::? Q $ -

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Sat 9-6 Sun 1-5 Jax 282-4522
Dedicated Concerned 2.4'Miles North tacks US 301
Bradford Clay G'vi11A 372-0103 Starko- 964-7500

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: ITONBSICTIOSeptember: : 8. 'J988 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

I : Bradford Murder Suspect MOBILE

Sought Nationwide La Z-Boy } HOME.,

\y' The son;;r a 71-year-old Bradford The vehicle is still missing as well From
I' Courtly woman, who was found dead as the 30-year-old son who was seen I Ii SPECIAL
Sept 3, is being sought!( for questioning Sunday in Duval County in the vic $199DENMARK
in her fatal beating. tim's car.'Also missing is cash the MOBILE HOME 3 TON
Vera 2 Todd of Route 5, Box 7250, victim apparently had in her wallet $1i I 1 I 95'
,laurel Church ROAd, was, found in said Aderholt A felony warrant has ,
the bedroom oC her mobile home at been issued for Todd charging theft La-Z-Boy A top-notch U"Ilt designed Subject avaHabHity
1)45 p m. Saturday according to Investigator with a $100,000 bond. '''for mob'l' homes, '
David Aderbolt. Todd's Todd had sold something to a 411 W. Madison Street Single-Wlda Priced from
body was found face down on the bed neighbor earlier in the week, tellingthe 434 W. Call Street
surrounded I with blood, man he was going to see his 064-5826 9645827Mon.Frl.
According to the medical'ex father in Ohio and then he was goingto
aminer,death was caused by a blunt Mexico said Aderholt, An all 8OO S:3O: S t. 8OO 1QO GAS & APPLIANCES
instrument. points bulletin has been,Issued for "It's A Fact You C n Do Better At Denmark Furniture' 1103 WALNUT, ST.STARKE .
Neighbors in the area stated they the vehicle and Todd 964-7701
Saw Todd the afternoon of Sept 2
when(she asked them to take care of
her two grandchildren, which they
did. They became concerned when
she,did not return'' for the childrenthe
: next day; When' she failed to
answer tho telephone or the door the
neighbors, called the sheriff's

department.Vera Todd's son Gene Leroy,Todd One Plus
was seen Sept 2 at his mother'strai1l'r Stop Shopping
at a.30: p.m, At 10 p.m. ,
neighbors saw the victim's vehicle,
a 1974\ white Ford Pinto ,Station-
wagon backing out of the driveway
at a 'high rate of speed said

Aderholt, ALL' BEEF W L>zn-DLrth


News BriefsHigh RIMMED

Nets Cycle Speed ThiefA Chase W" FOR'MORE

three county high speed pursuit '
Monday resulted in the arrest of a < ,MEAT
Wellborn man and the recovery of a ,
A motorcycle passed Lt: Winston LESS, FAT.PRICES FOLLOWING t :
Barber at a high rate of speed Sept.S
on SR-100. Barber'said he took off @
after' >nm.' travelling into Union
County where he was joined by
another trooper continuing into Columbia l. WE SELL ONLY W-D BRAND L S. CHOICE BEEF
; County where they were join W V D
,ed by 'a third troopers At speeds'' .
reaching 180 miles per hour RAND"OOVIHMMINT I RESERVEDPRICES
according to, Lt, Barber. ,it didn't + -" U.S. CHOICE BEEF '--.-, -'
-' -
A roadblock near Ken's Bar-B-Que GOODTHURS.WED.
outside''Lake City stopped the' ,
18-year-old who layed his bike downin SEPT. 8-14, 1988
the roadway '.
The Suzuki bike,ridden by Jayson ,.W' D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ,.;
Coffee King,;'was reportedly I stolen ,

Barber.thirty days'ago from Live Oak, said CHUCK or HALF '$ Q 87 'i.

King ..was charged with wilful- .
wanton reckless driving, fleeing attempting : M $138 O 1014LB. .
to elude police office in addition RIBEYES.o AVG. '
to the charge of giahd theft ROAST. Lit' ,
possession of stolen vehicle according .. .
to Lt Barber. t '* W-D BRAND MILD,
I Total bond for the charges was set MEDIUM or HOT W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED, .. U.S.D.A. INSPECTED W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE
at$2,202.50 King was released on his WHOLE HOG WHOLE ill La AVUFRYER BONELESSDELMONICO
; \
own recognizance: / SMOKED \ LEG


Disturbance,Gets Twins.,,Arrested Call 98 $ J 97.. :".!I':"l: .\\1.\', '. "' 48, ,. ,$497

The' 38-year-old Waldron ,twins Ll IE. ;.0 u.s:eefoselr
were arrested Sept. 2 in the parking. LB. La
lot of the Handy in Hampton. 'W-O BRAND
Otis with Williams Waldron was charged -' CORN $1 69 SMOKED $K99 SHORT $ 97 '
intoxication and'
disorderly |
Olin Stafford Waldron was charged DOGS .P'-. 1' it SAUSAGE..lM i) RIBS. ...'. . u

to Deputy Barry King, who responded RIBLETS, . . 'w %w TURKEYHAMS $178'' CHUCK $'97, POT $J97J97

brothers to the were disturbance yelling,call. The and two . . La STEAK .'. . La ROAST . .'. La
had been said
Both men drinking were released King.on their CORN DOGS ,. ., W'$399, WHOLE SMOKED 87' RIBEYE IIONELE.457 $
own recognizance: PICNICS'. . u STEAKS ''. ... ROAST. . ... n.


Passenger DI ili CHUCK EYE i.iSs... PORK

'While arrest -*driver for driving -: FLANDERS ---"; STEAK HAMS. W CHOPS
under;, the ,influence (DUI, !Hi $498 -
,Starke police also charged'a BEEF PATTIES' : SIll I
passenger with disorderly intoxication WMOUI or HALF SUCEO $ .I $
(tD1I.) ROGER WOOD' $ 1' 377
William Charles Miller of Starkewas SMOKED BACON 1- '
arrested Sept; S for DUI and IB. IB.
driving while license U S,O A. '
suspended according INSPECTED LB.AVO. MADISON
son. Miller's blood alcohol content IfrUMM 4 68' COUNTRY STYLE ,$ J7 CHICKEN IhL 69c
was:10:: percent. ,DRUMSTICKS uUSD STEAK ... . u FRANKS . SIZ1
of Starke threw a can of beer at the TURKEY CHOPPED
$590 STEW
$ 49
officer after being told to it out,', DRUMSTICKS' ; 10ULMl, ,$1 97 Z
according''to Lt. W. C. Reno pour ,who SNOW WINGS r : .. u; 3949 MEAT . .,. u HAM ... . ii.,
charged Crews wit:.DI. CRAB $2499 'SLICED or THICK MADMON BRANC BOtOOMA or
Crews had been arrested August \CLUSTERS. ,.. .a | LEANGROUND TURKEY' '

31 for by no Investigator tag and DWLS.Michael He was McClain releas' BOLOGNA . it$2'B, CHUCK. . . La $195 FRANKS. . :; is69c ..

ed at that time on a $416.25 surety
bond. He gained release Sept 5 for''
the DI charge by' posting a $52.50 PRODUCE
cash bond. \r
Miller was released after posting a L"" F
$572.50 surety bond. ROAST MERINGUE or CHOCOLATEGOOD400KIN' LEMON COCONUT Nature makes e-r HARVEST

CREAM the Produce.f ; ,. FRESH \
Man Runs From,Law, 'ttuI ..
Faces Many Charges '
A 26-year-old Starke man 'who $ i rresh makes 'thedifference. SEEDLESS:
police were trying to' detain'on HALF 249 TM GRAPES
outstanding charges, attempted to Lt 2 $5'50 ;
run from authorities while in possession -
of a butcher knife. FOR
Several officers were required to TO c
arrest Anthony French Sept S after $249 SALADS.- u I O 59 < -
he ran from an officer according to HAM S u '
Patrolman Danny Thrift. French CHCHE II : R PENNSYLVANIA IB.
had charges of failure to pay court GOOD-COOKIN' SE MUSHROOMS .'ELlU',98e\ '
costs for petit theft failure to appearfor PIZZAS '.v,2 u. $550
battery of a law enforcement of' 'SIll
ficer failure to for resisting "DELTA PRKIE"BONELESS SNOW
arrest with violence and possessionof CATFISH' $ 6 9 $199WHOLe
controlled substance,according to NICE* SLOW AND READY FILLETS. . : HAll La q HARVEST
Thrift, He was additionally charged TO 00" "FRESH BAKED"CMEEZY HARVEST FRESH
violence and felon in possession of BROCCOLI
said Thrift.Bond
was set 'at weapon$1,000, he remains in ..-_ ,,, BREAD

custody Alachua Woman' $799 $119 3 $100| twtM Mjm t

Returned To Starke EACH EACH EACH

A,20-year-old Gainesville woman
was returned to Starke to face
charges of failure to appear for petit
'theft,resisting arrest with violence,

aceol from Lisa ding Alachua Layette to Lt.Green County Sammy was Eunice.authorities released, Fresh U Product, Clean Stores and ,1//

Sept.5 and remains! in the custody of
Bradford County Jail with bond set
at $2,500 cash or surety.

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964-6311 ArrestsIn Joe Edward Bishop 44 of Starkewas
We Invite you to come in and see I "- Bradford CountyThe arrested Sept. 3 for,trespass
after warning, according to
our great selections of: 'Announces New Office Hours following arrests were made Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bishop
I"I" recently In Bradford County by local had been warned several times to
:Weekdays'- 8:00: a.rru' to 5:00: p.m, authorities. stay from from the Call St.address,
Boots Buckles Closed Wednesday and Saturday He was released after$157.50 sure-
Joe Edward Bishop was arrested ty bond was posted.
:ir. Belts> LevisTack '
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; Sept.. 3 for trespass after warning,
$\1 l' Western Clothing according to Patrolman K.R.Hinds, Willie Norman Suggs, 45, was arrested
:-... Tuesday Evenings Jr. Bishop had been warned earlierin August 31 for trespass after
""""' the day by another officer to stay warning according to Director of
LayAWays- by away, said Hinds He was released Operations Don Denton. Bond was
v- AppointmentWelcome after a $157.50 surety bond was set at $500, he was released on his
(- posted own iccogmzance.

Joseph H. Pierce, 35, of Lawtey
'was arrested Sept. 3 for spouse bat
tery, according to Patrolman
,Herschel L. Johnson, Jr. Bond was
set at 262.50 Pierce was releasedon
his own recognizance.

Unbeatable Everyday Low Prices Traffic Charles Masters Olson, '31, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 for driving
under tnflulence (DUD),refusingto
sign citation, according to
,Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. He was
releasd after a $362.50 surety bond
was posted. Due to the computer be-
FROM THE CHEESE SHOP ing down it was later learned it was

William' Charles'Miller of Starke
.;.... REGULAR or JAIAPENO 'was arrested Sept.5 for DUI,driving
wEW\lt 41/50-CT ., FRESH J7Y':1:I a.[ LORRAINE while license suspended (DWLS),
EktA to Patrolman Wilkerson.
.: '. / SWISS CHEESE Miller's blood alcohol content was
S STEAKS e 10 percent. He was released after a
p OP fa E 1"1 $572.50 surety bond was posted.
$ 78
79 99 5 Ray Charles Smith, '29, was ar-

Q l a rested Patrolman Spet. 3 for Mack DWLS Short., accordingto He was
released after a $210 surety bond
FRENCH ONION was posted.

WMNV.... Bt,,U. ............IK ALQUETTESeafood $289 John Clarke Traxler 37, of
Salad 2W Crabs .2X\oo Whitefish .. $' CHEESE SPREADS \& Sarasota was arrested Sept. 3' for
DUI, according to Trooper C. A.
Pace."'Traxler's blood alcohol con
tent was .17 percent.He was released -
SAVE ON BRANDS YOU KNOW &, TRUST on his own recognizance.,
Roger Alan Graham of Gainesville
was arrested Sept. 3 for DWLS ac,
URE'M cording to Patrolman Danny Thrift.
ALL FLAVORS ,LAUNDRY VACUO. He was released after a $210 surety:

:CHEK LILAC ASTOR bond was posted.

'DRINKS DETERGENT Johnny Fred Woolard, \,25, 'of
] Starke was arrested Sept. '2 for'
> > .qs DWLS according to Patrolman Gor
__ @@ ,don Smith. He was released after a'.
s..wmr $189
''a:',' 2 $100 W 31-OL' 00 $210 surety bond was posted
, j'lil'I.: ; 2m. HB Rte-
"' (I:,iZ"; ITL' BOX SIZE ULJ@tV Phillip Wayne Hinson, 24. of
,; 1),1'; ,;, ;" Starke was arrested Sept.2 for viola
. > PURE CRACKINGOODTOASTER $-00 forjusta'mitemoreprlce! tion of probation DUI from Clay
,(::':':',' ASTOR $162 THRIFTY MAID PASTRIES 2 I .. snowK\ County, according to Deputy Barry,'
VEGETABLE OIL V:," CATSUP rw.f'An. 'oile'fliN JL. eachPUFFED King. He was released after a $252'
bond was posted.
surety .

," QQC CRACKIN GOOD 2 $(00( ; Thomas'' Lars Svanstedt,I 22, lof
CHEESE CURLS ':: A'J, DIXIE PIES. ,' i iTHOmCAL nw. Lutz was arrested Sept.4 for OWLS,,

NATwulr? "Y D.C.Roberta
== 36iL .. according to Trooper
t t .STRAWBERRY. FRESIi8LOOMSEVERYWHERETORTILLA .*, I He was released after a $210 cash''
CRACKIN G t)1I'. _..S1191 .. $129
PRE51RVES., M. IN OURFLORAL ,bond wa posted.
Terry 'Eugene Gravley 26, of

,J FLORIDALOTTERY E' s PEANUT BUTTER Brighten your day with an .sort' failure to pay court costs and fines
(( SALAD DRESSING:='ne. TICKETS 'I merit of fresh cut flowers lush green (DWLS), according to Investigator
AT AUTHORIZEDWMN4UIC/ I plants or gaily deoorated floral David Aderholt.Gravley was released -,
iTO tJ.OfflCIAI. MAYONNA'Y' I arrangement. after a $151.25 cash bond, was'

32'M, 79 -_..:...:..:--.. 32 or. 99 ..... n.% Hot $119 .41_ TRANSAMERICA posted.
1)) JAR -..,.>-::"::,- JAR JAR, Glenneth Wayne Carter,21,of St:
'. -r BUIE ARROW 1iji... I Augustine was arrested Sept. 4 for,
THRIFTY MAID FABRIC 49 .fl FLORAL DWLS, according to Lt.W. C. Reno.
DIXIE HOME $ MUSHROOM or MEAT r1 Carter was' additionally chargedwith
TEA BAGS . : Irlll J39 SPAGHETTISAUCE SOFTENER ,', Flowers delivered no valid driver's license (an
( TV LAUNDRY WITH SOFTENER worldwide' Alachua County warrant), accor-,
KE LILAC ding to Lt. John Dempsey. He was
ASTOR ... ,$|99 '14$2'9': released after surety bonds totalling
,TEAMIX... . $310 were posted.
LILAC c 32-OL 99 NEW DAY 'c, Donald Timothy Nolan 30, of
DISH DETERGENT. V.it? 79, JAR DISH DETERGENT %? AT OUR Jacksonville DUI improper was lag arrested DWLS Sept., according '3 for, ,I,

to,Lt,.Reno.Lawrence .' "


Alachua was arrested Sept' l''for
DWLS, according to Deputy Doug-
PEPSI ,York..Bond was set at 210.!
lEER i COOLER Fender BendersIn'

12PX $ S 5 5 89' w 99 The'' Bradford' following accidents County occurred'

12 oz recently in Bradford County, according -,!
CANS, iTLS. to local authorities'

( NPH-V-100 'A', southbound 1983 Ford pickup (
LOW PRICE la rL 589 truck ,on US-301 pulling ,a horse
'': EVERYDAY LOW PRICE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 'INSULIN n. 1 file trailer had Just entered the Intersection

Lo nose N' to turn left at SR-16 when the
vehicle was struck by another vehicle
southbound.: Driver of the 1978
pickup Hershell Wheeler; attempted -
'1 CORRECTOL to slow or stop locked brakes
8 TABLETS . ,," .' an and lost control of his vehicle sliding
\ : $14| 59 t i into the 1983 pickup,said Patrolman
rg f- Danny Thrift Jr. Wheeler was ar-
U-H. w. $964in rested for driving under influence
"I' NASALSPRAY..SIZIALL ,and driving while license suspended
said .
$ 2' $100 SUPERBRAND $-49 ST JOSEPH'S $ 54
ARRID BROCCOLI SPEARS SUE >>.. 2 There were no apparent injuries, In
ANTI-PERSPIRANT, ;i.. ( ?DELAMA.LI:EDEE, CHEESE ,. .. .' SIZE ANTI-DIARRHEA. : ,-the accident. '
MR. COFFEE ; : BANQUETENTREES LAND OF SUNSHINE $f75 EXCEDRIN Total damage to the vehicles and

FILTERS . .3' $200 .':':.. ''n$158 BUTTER :.... . .' .. ,ffi, TABLETS'. . .' ?$548 'trailer was estimated to be$3,300.

Driver of, a 1985 Ford van was
RUBBERMAID $c 97 'DANO'S ,$195 SUPERBRAND 98' cited for hit and run and leaving the
GARBAGE CANS >> V GOURMET PIZZA '::t APPLE JUICE '. ;. CAL scene of an accident August 20, ac-
cording to Patrolman Thrift:
ALL William Edwin Baker of Safety Harbor '
WHITE lAINPIESTIGE, SUPERBRANDLIGHT hit the gasoline hose In the park-
BAGELS Ing lot of the Step Saver draggingthe
HAIRSPRAY SPREAD pump off the foundation causing
a small amount of gas to leak said:
r Thrift.Baker entered the store to advise -
< 69 < : the manager there was nothing
::)., ,;'..: 7. 99 2-IB. 99 J he could do and left the scene, said
,; 0 BTL SIZE Thrift. Baker was charged' in the ac-'
"., ,. C. cident.

:, ;:., 'r Sept. 1 a northbound 1978 Ford on
'0'' ,'0'." US-301 was struck in the left rear
The Checkout door by a small red sports car that
Quickest Community.State SUPERMARKET attempted to change lanes, accor-
Bank__ ,WINNOI1IH BANK AT ding to Patrolman Jeff Johnson.The
sports car left the scene.r .


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I : SFCC-Starke Campus Benefits Local Students

: Hy Mark Friedlin to classes in Gainesville or Jackson venient location to further their PLans are also under way to bring
BCT hurt Writer ville was a discouraging factor in the education. Santa Fe College Varsity Basketball
The Starke Branch Campus of past for local high school graduates. IjOO seats have already" been filled Coach Kenny Drost and biB Saints ,
Santa Fe Community College open "The first college class in Starkewas this year.. team former state champions to
ed Its doors wide Monday.August 22 taught 20 years ago at the old "The building was exciting enough Starke for one of their regular
for a new year of academic classes USO building (now the Bradford when we first moved in, but we are season contests to take place in the !
with attendance expected to hit County School ''Administration very pleased to see that it has also\ Bradford High School Gym nE
record levels'when a new nursing Building) by Professor April O'Con- worked out as well as it has over a the first college
class begins. nell,"' McFadden said. "There were longer period of time," McFadden basketball game to played here In
"We are very pleased that more two classes offered at the time for' said. "We expect to have a record Starke last season and it was a big Y L
students are attending classes here about 14 students. Now, 20 years number of students attending success," Dr. McFadden commented E f
this year and we look forward to this ''later Professor O'Connell is a classes this year when our new classin ."We hope to make it a
steady growth continuing in the highly respected member of the Assistant Nursing begins. It's an regular occurrence In the future."
future,"commented Starke Campus I staff who will be conducting theatre exciting time for the college,and it's During the Fall 'Semester, Dr. !
Coordinator Bernard McFadden as classes for new students. Classes very exciting for us in the ad- April streams of new students filed past were moved around after that to ministration to see so many local very successful Children's Theatre
his office on their way to class. Bradford Middle School for a time, students making good use of the real Group for young aspiring actors
Dignified and stately In appearance then to the high school until last benefits and practical advantagesthis and actresses,.which will tour and
the '"new" campus was year We've come a long way since college has to offer" give performances for local schools.Dr. .
built up from the historic Bradford ,that lime and the new campus is the McFadden and his staff are also O'Connell is a highly respected .' _... .. _.. ------.--
(County Courthouse building throughan biggest reason." looking forward to a year full of expert in psychotherapy who has Top'sCholarshlp...
impressive community effort led Beginning last year when college special events beginning with the published her own textbook which is '
by Starke resident Guy Andrews and administrators filled 60S seats in day "Starke Festival of the Arts"which widely used in the field. Jody Brown accept: the FordYce SchoUnhlp from Terrene Brown.Brown fe '
other leading citizens in Starke and and night classes offered at the has been a rapidly growing event for Her students will\ also be par- one of three triplet from SUrke attending classes at the SF'CC-Start. I
the'surrounding area who had long branch campus, the new school has both the college and the city of See Page 6B Campu .
'dreamed of a college campus been popular with local high school Starke. The show has attracted .t""IIIIII.. V ,. B i* B .1.
available for local..tuden '. students in their first year as well as many of the talented artists and
Long driving times; from Lake older students who saw have a con craftsmen in the area. I I 1 t, IP UK:
Butler Stark and Keystone Heights FLB.TUJINTHEBTRE .?T.

Farm Starke 964-5451 ,- f_ Coming ,Soon I
JARVIS Open wary Night '; Dance Club ,
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Loans FENCE, & ALUMINUM'' 2.00 SPECIAL ] i- AgesSayYES

'Sot.. &Sun. 5:00: Showing I \ to Boogie
Link Wood &Farm Fence
Tuesday Showing J --J '.&NO to Booze
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Now Showing th. ... .....w.and'
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The,(FmllA Farmers, ) is Home preparing Administration to activate ., Screen Rooms TOM CRUISE'f[! ) .:_.. uo may

help members a loan program of socially designed disadvan-to Car Ports .'/ c-l't..A Wide Variety of DancingWill

taged groups (including minorities) Be' Offered:
acquire land for farming. Glenn E. : Mobile Home Ballroom Rock Country .,

.Walden said. acting FmHA State Director Skirting I L SCREEN TWO I Disco RAP Square| ,

Under''the new program FmHA MembershipsWHO
I will try to find persons in those ,
categories who are interested in farming FRAMED Still Available ,
and can qualify for an FmHA
farm ownership loan. The ,agency ROGER RADDIT. $5 00 Wetime -'
would also be prepared to sell or "' '' Only Membership .
lease to them a farm herd in its Inventory '. 'SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
if any are available in that (Small Cover Charge at Door =,
'county Walden said.. '" 301 D A I Y E-11
The new program was included in ; BOOGIE'S. DANCE CLUB .
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the agricultural credit act signed 1/2 Mi. North of City Limit on 301 ,
earlier this year,Walden said and 4737676'MORTGAGE Fri.Sat. &Sun ( .
funds have been reserved for farm
purchases based on the population of 1964-56561 I. IA
socially disadvantaged persons. :/;\ (a J
The population of such .
1'I1oenka .
10 m adnwu.L who a-e helped maIIe
ranges from as low as 1 percent in WILLIS I .dnmro oonw' owingbe II' t,'
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states to highs of 68 percent in DIE HARD Shop Allen.. OOlce Supplle A Pnntlnf Co Cold II."...Ralph. IllYla.Have* ,
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I 'southeastern states. I Population j BANKERS Adults................... 99* '

Native groups Americans Involved are,Blacks Hispanics!, Asians, r Children.................... 504 O''I, iitJlJblcicic' '
and Pacific Islanders. '. RADIO SOUND
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who think hey might be SANS Or BOSTON COUMHY "
eligible and who are! in farming or Banc ostoll NEW! .
would like to become farmers are Mortgage, CorporationLICENSED
urged to contact the Farmers Home
Administration county office serving MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS? at

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I Starke ':Man Sentenced to Community Control. for Shooting' DeathIn I

an emotional sentencing lasting }"Nothing 1 say or do can bring shooting Martin but maintained It and family members gave varying have gone through the whole case or counseling and screening because of,
over two hours Tuesday, David back Mrs. Martin nor will ease the was accidental. Carter's mother' accounts of the shooting and the differences else he would not have gotten the his, history of drug problems and
Robin Carter was placed on two, pain and anguish the two families said she feared for her life.when between the two families.It sentence he got continue his counseling with AI
years house arrest for. the shooting have endured, vet 1 know there are Kenneth Martin (Betty Jane's husband remains unclear why the proceedings The Martin family had a different psychologist. Mickle ordered Carterto
death of his former. 'sistei-In-law. those who feel those who do the ) and his brother Sam Martin when
were necessary the point of view.A young relative asked pay $50 per month for each of the
Betty Jane Prevail Martin. crime should do the time. 1 have came at her with a knife. She said rumor. prior to the proceedings was what David Carter's sentence was, victim's serviving children until
said Circuit he had Judge four Stephan five P. Mickle reviewed the presentence investigation David was just defending them. that Carter was to get community when the mother told the child the they reach the age of 18, Mickle is to
or cases cause and I am 100 percent convinced Martin,driving the care was shot as control. reply was "that's all he got for blowing retain jurisdiction of the case and if
his nine years as judge which there was no culpable negligence no the three of them attempted to drive called for ,
Sentencing 'guidelines Aunt Betty Jane's brains out? any of the special conditions are not
him loss of Carter's
sleep case
of them. was intent to effect the death of IVlrs.Martin away from the Carter farm. Carter. to have served three to seven Carter faces a 13 years probation observed Carter faces jail time.
one therefore, I am departing In a plea-bargin arrangement the years in prison.Morris following the community control, ,Judge Mickle urged both familiesto
downward from the guldllnes and charge was reduced to Carter, Jr. (David's must complete 400 community work, get on with their lives "an open
Judge Mickle said he was 100 per- placing David Robin Carter on two manslaughter without a weapon brother) said the judge made a Hell pay for the upkeep of Martin's wound will fester and It,will even-
cent sure In his his own mind that years community, control, said Carter pled no contest 1o.the,lesser of d ,decision, he went through the cemetery plot repay the funeral expenses tually consume you." Perhaps with
Carter did not Intend to kill Martin Judge Mickle. charge, waiving his right to a trial case and he saw ...it makes me feel and have no'contact with faith In God and prayer, each of you
but he was also sure Carter had not Carter was arrested after the ,However, Tuesday' sentencing good that there''is some justice in Kenneth Martin. can begin to heal and not ask any
acted prudent">Iv Sept. 28 shooting, he admitted resembled a trial as several friends said
society. Judge and the'state had to He must also submit to drug, longer why'It had to happen,

I News Briefs
Moody ran from the trailer for help Lt John, Dempsey Arson is also ruined by spray paint.
Cathy Diane Thomas & Kenneth but the back end of the trailer was ,supected in both the fires and theneighbors
,, Georgia ManCharged August 8. at Kenwin's a man, Edward; Thomas. fully engulfed In flames immediately. are uneasy. At least two Anyone with'information as to
'in RobberiesA reportedly banged on the door 'as Richard Duane Murray & Linda Damage is estimated to, be neighbors have seen evidence someone suspicious persons in the area is asked -
they were closing. He said he wantedto Alvarez Murray. $10,000, said( King. having been in their home or to contact the sheriff's office as
20-year-old Georgia man in jail pay a bad check his wife had given Alphonso Robinson' & Loretta August 28 the trailer'next door to on the porch as well as footprints in the investigation. continues, said
In Union County on charges of arm them. When he gained entry he pull- Scott Robinson Moody, which was unoccupied was the yard. One neighbor said the tires King.
ed robbery, has also been chargedby ,ed a knife and told the clerks to lay, Earl Kelly Clem & Violet Clem. also destroyed by fire, according to ,were lashed on his truck">hi Bradford County authorities. .on the floor. At.both businesses he Joe William Wright Eve Marie
Johnny Lee Thomas was arrestedlast attempted to rip the telephone wires "
Wright. "*
week and charged with three from the wall and left with an Richard E. Warren & Carrie Sue F .,. To the Voters
Lake Butler armed undetermined amount of money. Warren.. .
from family members led Sheri August 10 a man entered Home Lattimore Williams,'Jr. & Rosa Lv Y of' Bradford County From
Jerry Whitehead to Thomas' arrestin Entertainment Center at closing Williams.
Douglas GA. He was returned to time and demanded money tellingthe Jeffery A,. Bennett & Stephanie "
Union County where he remains in. clerk he had a gun in his pocket, Bennett.
custody. said York Again he escaped with an Marklee Harris & Debra Harris. .. RAY'NORMAN
Thomas was visiting relatives in undetermined amount of cash after Donald "Donnie" Willard Martin
Union County at the time of the robberies attempting.to rip the wires for the & Glenda Jean Martin ,
there,; August 9 and'16,, said telephone James Edward Christmas. & ;
Whitehead. No money has been recovered
Janice Patricia Christmas
Deputy Doug York obtained pictures from the robberies. Hersel L.Johnson,Jr.\ & Regina C.
of Thomas after his arrest to Divorces GrantedIn Johnson.
show victims of the Starke rob- Robin Eugene Vester;'& Annie B. kr t Clerk' of Circuit Court
beries. Thomas was positively iden- CountyThe Vester ,
,tified as the suspect. following marriages were Ray W, Hart & Luanne W. Hart. I', '[' ; ': L, Bradford' County
August 5 at Bradford Video a man dissolved in Bradford County'duringthe Arthur Glover & Wanda Jean .
who had reportedly been in thebusiness
several times that day con- month of August. Glover.James C. McNeal & Catherine D. Your personal effort to go1 I plan to build on the
cerning an alleged bill, returned late McNeal. foundation already in place to
in the afternoon and demanded the Donald A. Lee It Linda L. Le> the polls and vote on September ,
Steven K. Ferguson & Harriett Karen R. Goldsmith & George A I 6 in foul that the give an: administration
clerk and her daughter go into the Goldsmith. weather; proves you ,
'" back of we office and they would not, Ferguson.Hugh Earl) Ellis, & Malinda Sue Marvin Leslie Lawson '&, Misti democratic System :we enjoy is which we can all be proud
be hurt.He left with from the
money Dawn Lawson. "
alive band well. ,
,office Spradlmg.Robert A. Spradling' &,Sandra.. K. The vote",of confidence I that, I would also like to thank my

Ellis Bosarge & Carolyn Bosarge, ,you gave to me and my campaign two opponents, Harold Davis and

Bradford Fire Burns"Trailer' to become, your next Clerk of the' Dewayne Elder i','for a clean,'.

'Center In Moodyville, Area ,Circuit Court is overwhelming.: I honorable- campaign:

,Chiropractic Fire consumed the mobile home 'am left humble and'very grateful., ,, .
Starke Office of Sammy Moody on SW 70 Avenueoff I ''want each of you"to, know:,that' THANK,YOU AGAIN FOR
CR-235: (known as Moodyville) YOUR PERSONAL EFFORT
218 S. Walnut St. Monday night Sept. 5. my pledgewillremain'"Yourvote "'
: ',' ; Next to the Chamber of Commerce Moody said he was awaken to the, and ,support.,will not':be: forgotten 'GqALLTHEVAYwrrHRAY..

: ":" 9644957PAIN smell basket of on smoke fire in and the found bathroom a clothes; according #ater". pd. pol:adv.

: :" to Deputy ,Barry King.
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(904)964761Joan's Come. help us celebrate at, Many In-Store Specials.Saturday ''Only!

l our Starke store Saturday -

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fashions September 10,. '1988. Saturday Only!: ..; Bring' lr> This coupon {.

Umlt( HO Bags21a :
'444'9N' 'Madison.. Starfy Plaza 'Toro Key ,Start __ Your Choice I Gal.HangingBaskets. '
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for yourself the savings you can have'without going .-- bacteria and helps control. : Air' ":
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.out-of-town SPECIAL PURCHASE 5-Star, Acrylic, 'algae.,; : i
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Toro 57410 sK 5000 Sq Ft, BagParkers I '
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Page II TEI.BGRAPHTIMFli&M(1N1TOR-B;! SECTION: :' Septembers,1988

Rick Wells a, GraduateOf ,

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Training Course f.c'' 'j' '
Starke Residents Reap" Many Benefits from II&R, ,

Itichard 0. (/Kick) Wells, or Orian General Manager Robert D.Burger. Block's Tax Course
Wells Chevrolet; -pldsmobile In "Our dealers believe strongly in the __ -. .I..I
Starke Is a graduate of theChevrolet Academy because many of .... (. .. their tax '
Dealership Management Chevrolet s top dealers and sales Many professional,Starko lax practitioners: acquired ,
Academy.' management personnel are knowledge through the II&R Block Income<<: Coune.,Others have
graduates" taken the course to increase their ability to accurately prepare their own
'Bounded in 1938,the Academy pro- Students attend classes at the
ViJes" Chevrolet dealers and: and return.
managers with professional Chevrolet Management Merchandising Center, participatingin H&R Block; the nation's largest tax preparation firm has been
management skills\ and has discussions ,with Chevrolet and teaching income tax preparation for 22 years.'This year the basic!
graduated more than 5,500 students GM executives, as well as dealers income lax course tarts on September 6; morning, afternoon., and
from across the United' States, and and management consultants. evening classes are available.
more than 30 countries. Classroom experiences are complemented Student look al the course as a'way to" save money by picking})'
"The basic curriculum of the four1.Vl'f'k with field trips to various w
The 13-week
skills course
or polishing lax relum preparation
course is continually upgraded operations,within the adjacent GM
ind 'Includes! training in, sales and technical 'center and other GM '' 1'rogenCi from simple to complex tax problems. Student learn
in.'ireeling techniques, Customer facilities. In addition students agree through a combination of classroom discussion hands-on problem ,
rvlve, labor relations nnd the that one oC the highlights of the y solving and homework, This year's classes will introduce participants
,..1 m contemporary management Academy is the opportunity to exchange cal C-f. ,.h_ to, the latest: tax laws. .. ,
i items t ," according to Chevrolet ideas with their peers. Qualified course graduates may be offered job interviews for ,

positions with Block. Many Block employees, find the flexible
.1 liowhuiiting Season Opens in Florida ) scheduling a real benefit. !However Block is under no obligation to '

offer employment, nor are graduates under any obligation to accept
I Bowhunters in the South 7ine will Game &Fresh Water Fish Commis with II&R '
I return to the woods during archery sion divided the state into three hun- employment Block.
,,One low fee includes all materials, supplies and textbooks.
season; Sept 3 through Oct. 2. ting zones with each zone having its,
These dates apply to private pro- own season dates. Successful graduates receive a Certificate: of Achievement'and 7.5 unit '
perty only. Dates for hunting on ,Archery in the Central Zone is of continuing education credit.
wildlife management areas may dif Sept. 24 through Oct. 23.; In the Nor- Additional information and registration form are available from the
fer.Earlier thwest Tone the dates are Oct. IS Starke' Rick Wells,at right, receives his certificate from a new II&R Block office at 964 N. Temple Ave. The telephone number is
this year, the Florida through Nov. 13. '9648286.
Chevrolet Management Training Course.SFCC's '
(pd. advertisement)

. New Year from page 4B

iiclpaUng in the city's unnual lege through the dual enrollment The Starke Campus also performsa rifer;, Jason and Jody Brown,' all 'FOR MOST. at' PRICE W/SS
,'hristmis Parade: system in which top BHS students community service by opening its outstanding students who are onscholarship Sale
1 IUoe big| reason for the,big Increase'' take college level classes while still conference rooms to a vanty of civic at the college qfVU
in pnroliiticn! is i the number, of in high school.The seniors are tak. groups including the ,Bradford Jody is attending the college, on' Prices
..jtuilc.ils who Bra'luatcd front Bradford ing a total of 65 classes at the Starke Chamber of Commerce and its the prestlgeous Fordyce scholar. : t Good
High School the past two years. Branch Campus. Education Committee along with the ship, the highest offered by the college. comb tae bong you
,_ 6U'gr.1ds: ( in r I''two'in) attendanceon Another, source of hew Students Executive Committee of the 'Starke .LOWER PRICES :pile: ,
scholarships from ''these two comes from Keystone Heights High .Junior Woman's Club.: "All of the Browns are outstanding S <
talented clases at the college. The School. Other groups using the conference students and are on 'academic : .'
scholarships'given were for ,two "Over 50 students have enrolled rooms include the Targeted Industries scholarships here," Dr. McFadden
years, which means that\ the here from Clay County and' KHHS," Committee of the said. "We are very proud of Jody 'jl'
students will attend classes: in McFadden commented. "They have CVhamber of Commerce, the Nurs- because this is the first time a EARLY'' CANADIAN '
Starke and Gainesville (the site of 'found out how convienient it is to ing Loan Fund Committee of the Starke resident has received this MALIBU _. ,"'I'
the main Santa Fe Campus) during make the' drive from Keystone Bradford County Public Health scholarship." TIMES MIST -
their freshman, and sophomoreyears. Heights to Starke, We're' glad, ,lto''' Department and the Nursing Advisory "It 'should be an'exciting year," RUM ..
have them." I Council. Dr.'McFadden continued. 'We are
Another source of students for the' The school also receives a numberof One of the highlights of the student looking forward to it."
college: comes from current BHS students, from Lake", Butler, population at SFCC this year are a
eniors who are entered! in the "01- Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker. group of triplets!! from Starke-Jen-' NOTICEI!

Did You Sell Your Property?, '
r; Do You Receive Payments On A 899 899. 7,99L
Mortgage or Agreement for Deed?
Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL
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Madison St. Starke, FL Monday-Friday ALL JUST SOUTH OF STARKE ON HWY. 301

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I Obituaries-

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Clarence "Dutch"JohnsonMr. 57, of Melrose, died Sept. 1 at the Funeral services were held Sept. 5 Funeral services were held Sept t.1 N.C.He was a Marine Corps veteran In lieu of flowers" donations may
Clarence "Dutch"Johnson, 6, Veterans Administration Hospital In at the Chapel of Archie Tanner at Hope Baptist Church with Rev.. with 22 years, retiring In 1968,, a be made to the Building' Fund of the
of Waldo, died Sept 6 at Shands Gainesville following an extended il- Funeral Home with Father Donald Gary Heath and Rev Leamon Ward member a Trinity Baptist Church in Trinity Baptist Church in Keystone.
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville lness. Bains officiating. Cremation; followed officiating. Interment was in Hope Keystone and a member of the
following a brief illness. Born and raised in Connecticut,he with Archie Tanner Funeral Cemetery with Jones Funeral Homein Masonic Lodge in Jacksonville,N.C. Card of Thanks
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, was the son of the late Harold and Home of Starke in charge of are charge of arrangements.Mrs. Survivors Include his wife,Ruth A. The love that you expressed
he moved to Waldo about six years Florence Andrews O'Donnell. He rangements Johnson; his daughter, Joy Jean- through the prayers, food flowers,
ago where he was employed as a served in the U.S. Army in the .Amy W, Cone notte of Keystone; two sons,Paul of and the comfort of your'
truck driver and maintenance man. Korean War. He moved to Melrose Mrs. Vera Todd Mrs. Amy Williams Cone 71. of Tallahassee and Jack of Keystone;a the loss of our loved presence one has
He was a Lutheran. five years ago. He was a Catholic. Mrs. Vera Todd of Starke died Hampton, died Aug. 30 froninjuries sister, Gladys Claypoole of Sanford mean more' to us than you'll ever
Survivors Include a good friend, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Saturday at her home. 'received in an automobile accident' Fl, and four grandchildren.. know.A .
Thelma P. Copeland of Waldo. Shirley O'Donnell; six sons, Robert, Born and raised in Ohio, Mrs.. near Bushnell. Funeral services were held Sept. 2 very special thanks to our
Funeral services will be held Friday Jr.,'Joseph and John,all of Melrose, Todd moved to Starke in 1972: She Mrs. Cone was a native and in Trinity Baptist Church with Rev. pastor, James Cowart and everyone
Sept, 9 at 11 a.m.,'at the Chapel Mark of Oregon, Kevin of Rhode was a Baptist. lifelong resident of Bradford County :Andy Bowman and Rev. Charles At Northside Baptist Church, and to
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home Island, and Timothy of Connecticut; Survivors include a son. Gene' and was retired as a nurse's aide. Van Zant officiating. Interment was the Archie Tanner Funeral Home. Jt
with Rev. Oscar Thomas officiating,. two daughters, Mrs. Susan Bennettof Leroy''Todd of Starke a daughter She was a member of Hampton Missionary in Keystone Heights Cemetery means so much knowing others
with burial in Hampton City Connecticut and Mrs. Jody Kellyof Mrs. Peggy Ann Crews of Ft. Baptist Church. under the direction of Jones Funeral care.
Cemetery.. Archie Tanner Funeral Melrose; four sisters, Mrs. Lauderdale; and five grandchildren Survivors include three sons, Home. The,Family of Lowe Joiner
Home of Starke is in charge of ar Patricia Torres, Mrs. Shirley Schaf- Funeral services were held Sept.7 Avery of Della,Wis., Hank of Hampton -
rangements. fer,and Mrs..Judy O'Donnell, all of at the chapel of Archie Tanner and Ralph of Jacksonville; six ,
,Connecticut, and Mrs. Nancy White Funeral Home with Rev.Leon Odom daughters, Alva Kauffman of Fer- ;r.._ o>""'." \. .... ." ... 1'':.: ,....', A .. -:;.. .:-..,.. .. '
,Robert F.O'Donnell of New Jersey; a brother, Harold officiating. Burial was In Santa Fe nandina Beach, Avoy Muldrew of ,I," ,Lyf
Mr. Robert Franklin O'Donnell. O'Donnell of Massachusetts; and ten Cemetery with Archie Tanner Waco, Tx., Amelia O'Neal of New : -4 GUNS GUNS GUNSr; .
grandchildren Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Market, Tenn, Sharon Owens of .'.:f..i'. : .,*ji! *.yj J> JA .... ,
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arrangements. Franklin, Tenn., Alethia/ Redding of ; : .' .: JKJffJ3 ," f. ..''
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Upset About Hospital Bill? Allen Byrd, Sr. Theressa ton; two,sisters and Joy', Lydia' Hullo Crosby of Hamp-and "' HOLE IN THE WALL GUNSPRESENTS ", t'ii.i' ..'" .? ..."'

.1 Mr. Allen Dorsey Byrd Sr., 66 of 'Martha Hess both of Brooker; one g1' fi. .
Call This Hotline NumberThe Lake Geneva, died Sunday, Sept. 4, 24 brother Josh Groover of Dade City; lf
following. ,a sudden attack at his grandchildren.grandchildren and 12 great- I'J. :
Division of ,Consumer Ser the hospital to respond to the con- home.Born Feb 27, 1922 in Blackshear. held Graveside. funeral services were, :"t&t: M-1 GARANDS S349.95@! 4'err
2 at Mt Zion
Sept Cemetery
vices' frequently gets calls asking i sumer's concerns.in 1987,the Board Ga., Mr. Byrd was a retiredcarpenter ''"j( }
about the varying costs of a hospital assisted 190 consumers, and bill and an Army veteran of near Lake Butler with Rev. Melvin { al-1DARAMD
stay. In Florida, the Health Care reductions totaled more than World War HiSurvivors 'were Owen officiating. Arrangements : .... ,
handled Archer Funeral
Cost Containment Board HCCB) $46,000. Since of include his wife, Leila' by .
1983, :
savings Motel Arsenal J
Home of Lake Butler.CarlJ.Johnson. to Mint Now .
; Bolts Docent
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\ operates a toll-free hotline to assist $198,143 have been. obtained for Clark Byrd; two daughters, Connie '
F ()\Om A
consumers who have questions or Florida consumers. Dampier and Vicki Smith, both of .
complaints relating to their hospitalbills. The Board also publishes Theressa; two sons Steve: of J;.. Super Special One Ween Only! S&W M-686 Stainless Steel
brochures on average hospital and Keystone Heights and Danny of Mr. Carl James Johnson; 59,. of .w..r: ,'" "l" Frame .357 Magnum Revolvers 4" or 6" Barrels -
The HCCB is authorized to assist physician charges, to assist con- Macclenny; a brother, Dennis Curryof Keystone Heights, died Aug.30 in an ?P :"4-; Oisl $394.CO) S299.95@ i mites to.sjpply On hand }
1 consumers in trying to resolve their sumers in evalutating the cost of Jacksonville; two sisters,Earlene automobile accident near Leesburg ;
complaints, and possibly! receive health care in Florida. These Knowles of Jacksonville and Edna Born Aug 19, 1929 in Appelwald, ''.;."..
reductions in their bill from the publications include: Martin of Moultrie, Ga.; and 'six Pa.,Mr.Johnson moved to Keystone :,;. .30-06 'B, stlng" Ammo $1,99@ (Box ol 20)) Reloadable! New!
hospital. If a consumer feels he has ."The Patient's Guide '6 to grandchildren. Heights in 1968 from Camp LeJeune .,'!.;'.'
been overcharged, charged for ser Hospital Charges by Illness
vices he did not receive, or has other Category," which lists the average ';'i ,357 Magnum "Reloads" '$8.99@ (Box of 50)). ,Reloadable) '
complaints relating to his bill the charge for the 10 most important t'i:4: .- _

HCCB can help. diagnoses."Average by county Physician and Charges'hospital.' in Goodman Carpet & )f.l .t 9 M/M Blasting' Ammo S9.99@ (Box ol 50)) Reloadablel!1 New!

To investigate such a complaint, Florida,". which includes the "; : .22 Magnum Ammo by Winchester S4.99@
the Board needs a letter from the pa-. average charge for 23 medical and Window Cleaning 'Service :. .(Box of 50)) Solid or Hollow Point. '
tient and a copy of the itemized bill. surgical procedures for, 21 three-' '
The letter must detail the specific digit zip code areas in Florida. 'I: : : ;;:: ,
questions or concerns the patienthas '."Outpatient; Surgery Charges in' is:. .22 LR High Speed Ammo by Peters S .19@ (box of 50)) -
about the bill." Office Cleaning! 4Jt -v
Florida which'provides typical :;. I ..
Upon receipt of this information charges for common surgeries per- FREE FREE FREE.FREE ". -rpg
I the Board will write a letter to the formed, on an outpatient basis.' MalcfServlceWindow :
chief executive officer of the Free copies of these consumer" l ROGER. P-85 9 ''M/M: PISTOL! ', "r '
hospital and ask for a response to theconsumer's 'publications; are available by Se.NlcEr'' ... y REGISTER NOW.' DETAILS AT SHOP
complaint. By law, the writing the Health Care Cost Containment -, :
hospital must ,respond within..30 Board, Woodcrest Office Cleaning ; ; '
days.Though. Park, 325 John Knox Road, L-101 Carpet HOLE' IN THE WALL GUNS :
the Board cannot force a .Tallahassee, FL 32303. or by calling M'Ftefe
hospital to lower a bill,it can require, 18003420828.) +' t'" 53 West Macclenny Ave. ;
I 64-32521 U.S. 90 Downtown ;

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to the Brodlord County per title Writ.: PASEG11I 161 S. Line Pleate write P. O. Drawer 2BO Stork.,
T.I.graph offic. In writing and paid In colnwoy N. Aurora, '"II .60342. 4lpd Fla 32091. 4nTF THREE BEDROOM 2 both, CHtA. 12x72
advance ''unless credit ,I I. already 9/829 WANTED, BOWLERS TO JOIN FALL mobile home on 1'% acre. $14000 Cecelia Teprvlllegar J

ettoblithed with Ihli office. LEAGUES It's fun rewarding and Inexpensive cash 964.4430 after 6 p.m. 8/18TF
THi TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD FOR SALE Phone 964-8173 Nowl 1% ACRE with mobile home, dbl carport | We will take you through every stage of buying a home,
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ,., .,chg 8/18.9/B 2 ,, BR, 2 bath, fully furnished,
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER y BUY OR SELli Old house or building In pecan and pear trees. Appraised at Including financing I
THE TELEPHONE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As law at 'your way? We Will buy and move off $27,300 estate sale 23000. Hwy 223
Clottified ,deadline U TUESDAY $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. Ifn your property. Call Thomas House ( ... Hwy) 4 miles South of SR 100 HOMES

NOON prior to Thursday publication, NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum, Movers. 732.5823, ,752.2318.8/18 4tpd 3 miles North of SR'16 Estate of E.S. KINCSLEY LAKE 90 on lake, 3/1U I;, home 2/1 MH
Classified display deadline It TUESDAY, Measures 24x36"' 25 cents each. Great Oliver 904471-1245 4rpd B118-9/B
9/8 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 1 Ba frame fenced S 17.500N
BR yard
5:00: P.M. Special Oo..ifled displayplacement for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH BEAUTIFUL ado MHt BR > bath each
BUY t SELLs We buy old, run-down on
W. Itth AVE BR, 2 ba frame, 20.7 acres,CHA $ 79,400BETHEL
U NOT Guaranteed.Minimum 135 W. Call St. 964-6303. *. end excellent Condition. S3.200 belt
Call or
I charge for classified ode It,, ALICIA HAY in rolls under born Delivery Thomas houses or House"handyman Movers.specials 752. offer. 964.4169 or 964.7138.2tchg 9/1-8 CHURCH RD> 3 BR, 1 ba CB,wood floors,1185 s.f., S acres S 60,000CONERLV

I, 15 words for S3.SO. then 15 cent for; available Arthur. Catkins. 783-3727:, 752.2318.8/18 4tpd 9/8 3823. 1M BRIGADEER. 24xMi 3 BR, 2 ba. ESTATES: 3 BR, 2 ba, FP, )800..f., easy financing $ 82.000 |
'each word thereafter. r 5/26TF $10.000. 964.4402. 'Itchg 9/8 CRYSTAL LAKE lurnl.hedlog cabin, 98 ft, on water J BII/1 80.
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS! If you're a Medicare GRAHAM 3/2. 2.78 Ac, 1930 s.f., CHA, f 83,000HI
recipient with!, ,a qualifying condition YARD SALE MYRTLE STi 2/1,frame, newly remodeled, CH4A f 30,000 |
call toll free number for more Informa -, SO CHIC, SO CHEAP! newly remodeled 3BR, IBo;freshly. ,

'BUSINESS tlon. 1-800-445-4174 I fcon GARAGE SAUl Friday Saturday .22 pointed new carpet 628 Pinewood St.:, Reduced I ;25,300I

GRAPES U-PICKi Lillys Vineyard Carol Rifle, color TV sofa single beds, tires, COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALg I 407 CENTER STREET] Two apartments $ 25,000
OPPORTUNITIES Form Rd. Florahom ;904-659-2121. 401 CENTER STlEETI'
tools, toys, lamps, loveseat baby bed $ 10.000
8/181fchg 9/29. high chair,,walker, port-a.crib, dinette RD.230Et story CB I frame. 3/1. $ 43,000
"1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLES; Sunol- GRAPES-U PICK Grifflt loop.. Joe table, sheets, bedspreads, towels, 1205 BLANDING STi CB 3/1 3/4 ba, CHA. 3/. acre $ 45.000
WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuett Faulk. 964-5678. Open Man Sat., 8 dungarees, many more items. 7 miles 4-C<>P LIQUOR LICENSE: Bradford County I SMALL FARM 3.83 Acres, frame 3/1,1532 s.f. S 36.000
Passive Exercisers Call for free color,'' 0..7 p..m.. Sun I-6. p.m; 8/254tpel South of Starke on Rd. 100. on left. Itpd for sale Good for any ,.tollilquor 311 N.MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 ba $ 45,000HWY.

catalogue.. Save to 50%, 1.BOO.228.629. 9/15 9/8, business, I I..., package store, lounge, .22Si 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac,, .$ 32,300 '
191* ISUZU 2 000 i .
Trooper 50. mil.
fcon excellent YARD SALEr three families, on Grlffls restaurant bar. motel fraternal 1121 NEIL COURT) 3 BR, 1 Ba, carport, owner financing: $ 36,000
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL' OR SHOE .AC 4 wheel condition drive, lottume AM/FM/cottette, Loop. Saturday Only. Itpd 9/8 lodge. No food sales required Brokers KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR. f Ba, 1500 s f.. wood frame S 50,000

STORE, 'Choose from: Jean/Sport- month., Call paymentsS2I4 YARD SALE: Sept, 9-10, 95p.m. Hwy. 16. protected. Call George 8137864222. BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot S 44 000
swear, ladies, ment. children/mater per. 964.4924: 9/8 anytime keep West towards prison. Dishes, blue fruit pd 10/13 | MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH&.... so near $ 40.000
trying. Itchg
nlty, large sizes petite, jars TV, waterbed, table I chairs, FOR RENT Office space or retail sales "
24 CU. FT HOTPOINT ..Idebystd.refrigerator .....LOTS ACREAGE.....
'donc.w.ar/o.roblc. bridal, lingerie or other furniture, many other Items. Itpd area( ,Downtown Starke. $300 pel1
accessories ttore Add color analysis olmond, water & Ice thru month. Coll 964-6305, John. TF I LOT 9, GOLF AIR RDi Country Club Estates. 1.11 acres, Make an Offer $ 8,700
Brand names: Liz Claiborn., Healthtex. door, like new, $450. Ed.s Appliance, CARPORT SALES Sat, Sept. 10, 8 o.m.-. FOR LEASE! 1250 sq ft, 301 South across HWY.32110: acres joint Alachua County line S 25,300
Chou.. lee, St. Mlchele. Forenio, 9642966. Itpd 9/8 p.m. Bed crib. misc. clothes, odds I from new KOA/Walmort.: Also 2000 sq CONERLY ESTATES! Lot 10 S 10,000
Bugle Boy, Levi Camp B.v.rly Hill, STEEL BUILDINGS, 5 only cancelled ends UCf housing 625 Dogwood' ft for lease Call 964-B848, 964-8447' or MICHIGAN STREET] 2 Acres Inside city S 10.000
orders: 20x40 30x30, 40x75 30x100, Drive. Itchg 9/8 RD. 100 EAST acres and S
Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 evenings 473-3627, B/4TF 1 1.37 ,(wooded platted 7,000
olh.... Or $13.99 one price designed 70x120 Immediate delivery First SCHOOLSUNITED ,OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on LAWTEY 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Investment I 15,000RD.
multl.tier pricing discount'or family/ ( !come, first. Inc.served fcon Call 800-423-0032.I'Alltteel Hwy 301. Storke. Apply at Durrance 100 El 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces S 26,000 I .
shoe '-or.. Retail prk. unbelievable Pump Supply, 964-70611. 8/2STF PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.l 20.16 acres, 3 wells 2 pales $ 50.000 | '
for top quality shoes norma'ly 'priced SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE N.wand TRAVEL SCHOOLS. Reservotionlttt CROSBY LAKE LOT) cleared I 100'on water S 19.800
from $19 ro $60 Over 250 brands 2600 'used; home and industrial, All make Trovle Agents Ticket Agents
and models WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. Frontier 15,000.
repaired Call 964 8733.
$17.900 to lIv. Placement
styles S29.9OO.Jnv.ntory" I' Computer Training
training fixtures, airfare, grand open- 8/4TF Assistance, Financial Aid Available? '.,...COMMERCIAL..... .
ing.. etc.' 'Can open .15, day.. Mr, ii' Correspondence/Resident Training.. LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S.Reduced to $85.000 ,
loughlin ((612)) 888.4279: Itpd 9/8 Accredited Member NHSC. Call( toll-' LAND FOR SALE LOCATION, LOCATION This prime comm.rclallocotloll 507 W. Madison St.;'
DEALERSHIP LOG HOMES) your complete ANIMALS & PETS free 1.800-782-2480. Headquarters. : directly across from WlnnDlxle, could be converted to your needs
log home manufacturing company hat, Clearwater Florida. fcon I RD. 16 WEST Four duplexes $130,000
all of America finest lines, starting at FOR SALE t UNITED TRUCK MASTER, Truck Driver, HISTORIC HORSE FARM for sale,40 acres | SUPER COMMERCIALI! Great two ttory/building corner Call > Walnut St.,
,$9.675. Great earning potential will| Training 0.0.1. certification |lob between Starke and lake Butler For- 3198 .f., clean excellent condition: live upstairs, have
not' Interfere'with'' present employ SHETLAND PONY, 2 WILD MUSTANGS. placement assistance, }financial Old mhouse, 6 stall barn, paddocks, high business downstairs,' Best location) Enterprise Zone Benefits.
m.nt. Investment 100% secured by broken, 3 yrs. old horses and oil lock. available, correspondence/resident and dry posture. $160000, Starke | :3.34 ACRES-301: Southr 190' on 301/94' zoned commercial. 96' zonedOpen
model home. Coll Mr. Lamont, toll free Price negotiable.:, Cindy. 964-5410before training accredited member NHSC: 964.5678.: 4tpd 9/8-29REALTYra Rural small 1 1BR home I slnglewlde *CB bldg. utility shed $ 62,000 I
1-800-321-5647. Th. Original ,OLD. noon or after, 7pm. 4tchg. Call toll.free 1800-346-3112 Headquarters | WALDO) 200x400 fenced zoned B-A $ 30,000
TIMER LOG HOMES and Supply, Inc.. 818.98PACEBRED : Clearwatcr. Florida. fcan
LAKE: BUTLER, 12 trailer
unit park f 55,000
Rt. 6, 346 Logu. Rd, Mt. .Juliet. TN. QUARTERHORSES for sale.
37122. feon Barrel or race prospects In training I 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage S 85,000
Broodmares. fools Terms. Exercise MATHEW THOMPSON STi 11,362 s.f.,brick Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 80.000
saddle:9645078 2tod 9/8-15 ,; 1 :301 N, 1.5 acre, MH hook.up, 2 bldgs, 240' on 301, great value S 37,000
::101 NORTH) by EconoLdge 165.01'on 301 $120,000

M8R 964-4469 301 NORTH, approximately 150'approx 220' $123,000 |
1 ( ( REALTOR ,
V hf-n ..I"n<$< real. f.tat.. why settle for telling the hole town"'hen'You can tell the whole world r >.u W 1
FOR SALE BY After Hour'
OWNER Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties .Ar a' & II Anne Terwillegor Notion' 473-7541 .

f I. One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lot _.... $ .500 and: Up MOBILE HOMES, "LAND John Longford Matter Appraiser '''96-2291"

'I. New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ...::..':$40,000t. .IMS FUetweeJ 12112.,3 IR,2,80. OH an N.; Wooded 8.80 oc*.M/woiL?.. Pauline ttandolph'0' ,ttYO ..39643163TfdrifbMun .
S septic oAV'hty I ,' t IIft.rr > UJrUlMMH llA JJ3 II f) bi,.....,
CHSA. 1 ocro'noor Bedford Lk. > n no> tn964d023: t
17 1/2 Acres In Starke....... $2,000 .
acre Lawtey 20 acros with 600 ft. Hwy. .. ... H '''''' r" .. '
1983 Fleetwood n
12x24, 3 BR, 280';
e 200 Acres near Theressa tk.....$ 1.000 acre 125 frontago.!
CHSA, front/roar dbl.
e Beautiful lake lots! On paved road In Hawthorne Highridgo Estatos patio, cargarago CR 125 35 acros claarod pasture.CR .
KoystonfHts. >
I25i 15 aero, farmhouse 4chlckan
$25.000 and Up .
oxtros. '
Building. Lot in Smokertse Subdivision ... Keystone ? HOMES; I 100 housas.SR W 13 ocras. $2300 acre, Jordan Agency Inc. I, '

$6.000 FmHAa Several nice: 3 BR ,1'. Ba, frontage on both sidos of hwy. ,

2 Lots and Mobile Home c.,... Keystone.... $22.500 $23.C'II.OOp# to Rd$39'3811'2'1rB 000. CHSA 'City) on>aero on Laura St... room for Jupe Norman. Andy Jordan '- 964-5237 ( '
y > ,, a. ,
Mobile Home & Land set-up.4Brooker Rd. $25.000 sovaral rosldontlal lots
yarago'carport' chain link .fanco
e New Duplexes. 2 BR. sale or rent...* Starke ... $350/Mo. ord. 'CIty:1.38Ac.groat off lea location.Cltyi .

.,,2,000 SQ. FT.: Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo. 'St. Clair t St.]. 2 BR, T 80. CHSA, with, .commarcial SR 100 davolopmant 3.5 ocr....aroa.potential Mobile Home Insurance

I.W. Call St. 2 BR, 1 ba: CHSA. guost HOMES ACREAGE
Ronald E. Newman Sr. homo 3 additional building lots .Union Cty> 135 ocros, 2700 sq.ft.

473-2157-Evenings .Walnut St.l 3 BR, :2! ba, CHSA, Id..I'' brick homo, 441. W. Madison St. Starke.Accelerated
e Instant Financing a No Points Reasonable Interest Rates for tha largo family.. BUILDING LOTS ,

'CR 221) 3 BR. 1 ba CH&A'on' aero .Little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. lot

:near Lowtoy, for ho out-of-townors. .now soptic tank approved for -wall' ,

I powar source to lot. .
t.vs ReMq Two Story House, Romodolod. vary, -
1..1 Oeewe.ae nlco: .

1 1 'Bob Mathews.Realtor Andy Jordan. Associate R aJtymc. : '(

I 441 W. Madison St.. Starke ,

,.I 964 4544 :
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;, Thinking of buying or ,1 Starke! FL
selling? Call us/
,Susan M. Faulkner; GRI, CRB President! REALTOR

964-4522 Evenings & Weekends J Homes/ Lots Acreage / Waterfront .

'ERA" Faulkner Realty, Inc. STARKE. FL J Farms ./ Commercial _? .

DuvU L. DodBC.. MSA. CRARes. IMtty Kay Elder. MRA NEW LISTING IN LAWTEY .3BR/1 BA CB Home 1152 SF., Stove < Refrl.:Cor-
Located Hwy. 301 12 blks. S. of SR 1 00. 221 W. Lafayette St. .rj'i port, Nice Lot.

Hobby Hi CKcs. PICK UP AND' MOVE > 2BR/1BA Frame. In Good Condition, Stove t Add .
UH177O4l.utillf $3.700.
.( c. LAKE PRIVILEGES 3BR/2BA CB Homes Living. Dining t Family Roam, .
TWO 1-ACRE LOTS with well and septic, home or mobile home.' Spry CHSA. 1416 SF,. Drapes i Carpet Well I Septic, Large Lot.
BETWEEN STARK ft LAKI BUTLER! 83/4 acres;3 BR.' 1 Ba, $49,900.. | REALTOR QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/1BA CB Home. Central Heat AC Units. '
FIVE I :3/4 ACRES In lowtey.. Denignated Appral rs Stove I Refrl Nice Fenced Yard.

:* PINEHAVEN SID 2 BR, 1 boo 3rd BR to be completed:n.w" windows, roof,' Your Full Service Real Estate: OfficiApereUaJ CORNER LOT 2BR/1 BA CB Home Kitchen-Dining Combo. Family Roam. .

etc.. only $26,500. 1 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA .
fer Residence Farm CommerclaJ Business CB Home, Extra Large Living
*WE HAVE ONE 4-UNIT RENTAL. Cherry St. 2 rental houses 01} Lake Street.
Dining Rooms, Family Room, CHA. Enclosed Garage. W.II i Septic,
..TWO BEDROOM 1 bath, neat on nice lot, $29,900., BRICK .
NEW LEASE PURCHASE"A BEAUTIFUL HOME, 4BR/2BA Living t Dining Room. Room forPrivate
*OVER 100 SQ.FT.t BR, 2 ba, CHBA.1g. screen porch; beautiful shaded lot '
over > acre, kitchen equipped, nice jocuzil. Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 acre.. Gorgeous 3 BR, I Acre Office. Fireplace, CHA, large Eat.In Kitchen, Pantry, Well i Septic .

BRICK :1 BR, 2 bath kitchen equipped 1 Acre, large ookt., I 2BA,greet room w/flreplace, extra large double garage GOOD LOCATION "'3BR/2BA DW Mobile Homo 1988; CH A. 2-Inch Well; .
FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath In town, chain link fenced yard.,, 4" well, double Insulated windows and more. Septic I.26 "'cr...
*THREE 1R.J BATH, stucco needs some finish work I acre, nice kitchen .
appliances Immediate Occupancy. $2,000 down. $600 month, lease.A GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION ;, Two-Story CB Business t Home w/lMng
CH4A, only 31000. Area Upstairs 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 Acres.
*TWO NICE BUILDING LOTS. ((100x100 each). Few of Our Many Listings LAWTEY AREA 2BR/1BA Frame t 3BR/2BA Doublewlde Like New
ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE 1 acre, Klngsley Lake area.
.LOTS ON CROSBY R SAMPSON LAKES. ,'COUNTRY LIVINGs but,close to Starke. 20 Acres with nice; Mt-t. CHtA. s.. it, you w/Flreplace. Patios t Carport CHA. large Workshop, Well i Septic,'
Owner Financing/Good Terms, 6.92 Acres.GRAND ..'
will love Itl)
STREET 28x60 steel building on 120x125 lot. .
ORANGE pre-fab
BRICK 4 BR, 1U boo Raiford area, on I acre. STREET 3BR/1BA Frame, Well t Septic, 2 Acres.
REDUCED! 2 BR, 1 ba well built home on nice large shaded lot, central heat -
and .LARGE 4 BR. 2 ba. on 3 acres, hwy. frontage, only 51000. POLK STREET 3B /IBA Frame, lot 50x190 ft, S9.SOO. '
tile both 2 units
t large AC:: unit kitchen equipped storage carport.
: DUPLEX IN STARKE rental Income $350 per mo., only $73,000,,.: LAWTEY Old Fashioned Frame Home, >4BR/1BA large Irving Dining .
$29,500 .M.... on VA, ACRES close to Starke, lots of extras.' Rooms, large Porch. Large lot w/Shade Trees, City Water..Septic Tank.
BEAUTIFUL HOME one year old amenities Include jocutzl. .sunken living I POULTRY FARM A RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped, on 8 acre NEW RIVER 2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition: ,Well i Sep. .
room fireplace Intercom and much more tic 9.9 Acres, $26,000. land
very close to Starke. Excellent Income. Call for more information. Only 22000. ,
*COUNTRY HOME almost 8 acres with pasture 3 stall barn.''Hocked fish .
FOUR YEAR OLD Doublewlde on 1 acre, motivated seller Buy Repair Two-Story 3BR/2BA
pond. I HURRY I Nice frame home fn city. Priced to Sell. Block < Frame Home large Living I Dining Rooms w/Flreploce, Large lot,
RENTALS I 2 BR. 2 bo MH In Theressa. "
.:Ml SOUTH. Over 1000 ft. In MH on 2.43 acres. 4" well, fruit trees 33000., SELECTED PROPERTIES
'* I BR. I be, "Upstairs' apt. In town.
HUNTERS PARADISE 2 Homes;60 acre*. Improved pasture i woods. 20 ACRES :SW Mobile Home w/Stove I Refrl,2 Wells, Septic Tank Planted
LAWTEYi: close to school 3 BR. IM Ba. city water. Pines.
'LAKE BUTLER: city water A sewer,big lot, nice frame home. ,45 ACRES Breaker." ,Will Divide, Owner Financing w/Good" Terms.

.DOWNTOWN STARKEi 2 stores, presently occupied. Owner financing.LANDi 10 ACRES Will Divide, Pecan Grove Well i Septic. Owner financing.:
M ACRES on paved rood, nice property, owner financing. :3 ACRES Good Commercial Location Hwy. 16W.
QJmImCall One of Our Professionally; FRAME HOME] Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rod 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home.
OWNER FINANCING Low down payment 10% Interest. 45000. 8 ACRES Hwy. 301 South .
Trained 'Staff Today..964-5060 HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick 'home on 1.58 acres, 2300 s.f., excellent water ONE-HALP ACRE Zoned for Mobile Hor ..
DEERWOOOi, Development. with deed restrictions, over 1600 I f.. Immaculate. LOT ON HWY. 301 SOUTH Good Business location. .
After Hours Call BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal lake CI c.... LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. Lake Frontage.LAKE .
Realtor Associate GREAT IUYI Starke excellent neighborhood 3/1'6. eat-In kitchen and more. LOTS Crosby < Sampson. Owner financing.
I CQ LOCATION LOCATION' Stork! custom 'home on :9 acres 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
Evenings; Call
Us About
LARGE AREA OF lAND. Northeast" Section of City

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lawley: NEwt DECORATEDi everything furnished
lidewalks. Free UL SEPTIC ,TANKS Install septic tank MALI BOXER Fawn and white lost on
furnished from homes,, pools
application Keystone. ,
or. being tak.n for Partially
oddllonol )- laundry facilities Included. Video
haul till dirt, drain fields. Free SR 18. Reword $100. Call 496.2422. after
Call Rob 4733590. 9/1
for $135 month Call 473-7566. .lImol.'
help our fall and 20tpd ,
Will child
room accept one Estimates. Call 964-2470 or 9647610. 6.30 p.m. call 496.3513. Itpd. 9/8
..a.on. Vorloo. potltlon. open for Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple 7/21-12-1 tfnchg
pts. 7/21 9/8
ROOFING GuTTERING Tear. off haul Btpd. """
restaurant and housekeepers for Ave.t Stork 32091. 10/39 TF ON LAKE GENEVA mobile homes; furnished
motel Apply III parson only, no phon., ADULT rARKi Clean 2 BR mobile home nice 2 BR. \V> BA furnished, ,away and replace. Quality 'work, HELP WANTED
calli. "BTF % mile from city. Nice neighborhood. dock I'i laundry facilities available. Reasonable rates. Call Keith, 473 0768. INTEREST CREDIT PACKAGING SERVICE

STORE MANAGERS. ASST. MANAGERS .68.1323.10/STF 4732919. 9/1 tfnchg 9/1 tfnchg oiled ondodlu.t Notice Is hereby given that the United CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring! Summer and
SALES MANAGERS ,1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished, SEWING MACHINES CLEANED States of the
SunshineFood' FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities home. Special America acting through career opportunities.. Excellent pay.
Store, Inc., a national I.ad.r In the paid from $37.50 per week AC. $240 mo. lake privileges. tension In all your brands Work Farmers Home Administration United Excellent pay. World Travel! Call
conv.nl.nc. store Industry hot store 'MAGNOLIA HOTEL.Walnut St., by Post 0473. 961. 9/1. tfnchg $14.95. Repair tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS States Department of Agrfculture. Is (refundable) 1(518)( ) 59.3535. ext,
moneys, assistant manager and sots Office, TF WHITI SANDS LAKE efficiency cottage gua.aneed.473.7862.91, seeking proposals to furnish services P3448A. ..5 3tpd. 9/8
associate position avallabl for MOBIL HOMES 2 BR. 1 BATH WITH AC furnished $250 mo. Includes electric a 'to prepare Interest credit renewals for CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring all positions.
qualified applicant W. offer Flexible COVERED PATIOS. I MILE TO water. Screened porch a carpet. borrowers covered by FmHA rural Both skilled, and'unskilled For Information .
full or port-time scheduling. Company DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498. 13849374. 3tchg 8/25-9/8 housing loans In the counties of Baker. call 1(615)292-6900.( ) ext H7l.|
training program excellent starting 4/14TF GENEVA OAKS CONDO 2 BR central PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Columbia and Union Florida for the' 9/8 2tpd. 9/15 .
pay based on experience and education SOUTHERN VILLAS 'OF STARKE Is now H/A, dishwasher, garbage disposal, items'and antiques. Used furniture, period beginning October 1, 1988 and LOAN SECRETARY NEEDED Must be skilled -
retirement program; medlcal-llfe- taking applications for 1 A 2 bedroom attic' a .utility room 4752427. 2lchg glassware, jewelry and much more. extending through September 30 In typing shorthand and In computer .
disoblllty Insurance, advancement opportunity apartments $199 and $219 month 9/1-8 Come see for yourself One mile east 1989. Complete details for submitting 'a or loan processor Experience'
and Moral Experience CH A. fully equipped kitchen cable HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR/1 BA, close to of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. proposal furnish these services may necessary. Apply to Farmer and
d..lred but not necessary. Apply today ready. 964-7395 or 964-4214. 5/26TF school $385. Call after 6 335-2474. 4732183 9/1 tfnchg be obtained ,by contacting Betty C. Dealers Bank. 9/8 2tchg. 9/15
at your local Sunshlne-Jr. Food Store, TWO BEDROOM 1 both mobile home 2tchg9/8-15 '' GRAPES-YOU PICK Lilly's Vineyard. McMurtry, FmHA State Office 401 SE EASY WORK I, Excellent pays! Assemble
corn.r Hwy 24 North onnd Col. St., 12x60. $250 month. 964-4238. 8/11TF NICE 3BH MH fenced double lot AC, Coral Forms Road Florahome. Open 7 lit Avenue. Room 217 Gainesville, Fl product at home. Coll for Information
Walda. Fl. 3tchg 8/25-9/8 TWO BEDROOM TRAILER In country, no near schools* lake access, option to 'a.m.-8 p.m. Phone 6592121. Stchg 32601, 9043763218. ext. CO. Closing 1(504)641.8003( ) Ext A8401. Itpd., 9/8
EASY WORK I EXCriLENT PAY! Assemble -children, partially furnished, 7823942'or buy. Reasonable. 1-904-388-6109 after 8/25-9/22 dote for submission of proposals Is 3:00 BABYSITTER After school care for my 9
products at home. Call tor Informa 7823344. 8/25TFce 9:30 p.m. or 19044734221. Free pine r r rA p.m., local time, on September ..36' year old boy In my home from 3 p.m. to
tion. sw-641-8003. e.t. A9579. 8/25 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMEr James firewood. Itpd 9/8 VEHICLES 1988, 7 p,m. Coll days 496-3574. after 7 p.m.
4tpd 915CRUISI O. McDanl.lt, 964-B614 or 964-5798 BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE HOUSE Enjoy 2tchg9/8-15 and weekends .96.2219. "tpd, 9/8,
this clean, nice, 2 BR, 'screen porch,
SHIPS I Now Summer and "
hiring Includes
4tchg 8/25-9/15 11* HONDA Rebel 250. 4000 miles
car.,, opportunities. Excellent pay. TWO BEDROOM 2 bath slnglewlde MH, fireplace, AC. furnished on large lot. windshield, trunk helmet shop REAL ESTATE BOATS,
Swim, ski, sandy beach.
World Travel. Call (r.fundobl.) FP, CHSA, access to acreage.,9645410. No pets. manual. Sharp! $1100. 4737465. 2tchg
I.518. .. 473-2440. IIpd 9/8 '
59.3535. P3377. 3tpd 91TFBRAND 9/1-8 '
8/25.9/8 NEW 3 IR, 2 both house; large CLEAN MOBILE HOME n.ar' Keystone 1917 SHASTA 25'V4 ft.travel trailer. Fully THREE' BEDROOM-TWO BATH BRICK 14' JOHN BOAT with live well 2 seat,'
PROFESSIONAL DRIVER with clean modernn kitchen with appliances and Heights, 2 BR, 1 bath on 2 acres $235 equipped Including Reese hitch. Used HOME on 5 to 10 acres, 13510.20 extra included. 14 h.p. Johnson 1988
r.cord. 26-50 pr month plus deposit Clay County. two times $9100:473-7465.2tchg 9/1-8 acres or larger for sale. New two new trailer SI,800, Call 4962690. 9/8
ag. experience pulling pantry,, sliding glass doors patio, bedroom, 2 bath doublewlde on one ore 9/15
4732566. 2tchg.
flatbed. Reply 468-1789 or evenings, large closets prlvatre matter both 117 DODGE Romcharger 150 'Royal- Call .;
more acres, 496.3939.day.
HOME 2 I'/t ,
14.42 MOBILE BR. wheel drive. Loaded. 16.000
4752195. ( 9/8' IE" two
Itchg with extra storage, quiet shaded
garage 8/18
454-1595, tfn/chg.
EXCLUSIVE BROKER SERVICES REQUIRED lot, nice neighborhood with lots of :AC Keystone Heights/Clay County. miles, Garage parked. SI 1,100. FOR RENT
Counties Baker Columbia Union: 1r.... 5 minutes, from shopping C $275 mmonth. 473.7770.3Ipd 8/25-9/8, '473.7465. 2tchg 9/1.8 ,
Notice is hereby given that the United1 schools. $490 mon. plus deposit 1 year "" ---. $ 9S.fORSALI.$ -1984 Chevy S-10, FOR SALE CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C..
Stats of America'acting through the 1_... 9648073. 9/TF' MOBILE HOMES '/, ton shortbed 2.8 liter V-6. 4 speed Extras., Reasonable Rent PINES Call',
Farmers Home Administration United 1 ACRE MOBILE HOMME LOT I $IOO mon. auto transmission (overdrive), power LARGE,PIECE OF CARPET Two oval braid..d 496-2366. SR121, lake Butler 7/14
,Stats Dept. of Agriculture, I I. seeking thly.. 964-4238. 9/1TP MH FOR SALE or rent. 2 BR/2 BA home steering! S brakes, factory air AM/FM rugs. Make off.r. Call: 4963463. tfnchg. '
block trim ft roll bar
proposals to furnish exclusive real THREE BEDROOM 1H bath house. $350 stereo. Red
school. Itchg. 98U.PlCK.EM HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom brick.
located 3 blocks from Owner
estate broker services for the sole of month 9647404. 67,000 miles. Call 473-3438. Itpd 9/8 .
security deposit.
will 'finance with small down payment.New central heat arid air, Call .3 .lo.6 or
'. PEASI'Blockeye, $7; White
Government Inventory, single-family 9/8TF
hoire with central heat and air, 431-1133. Itpd. 9/8
homes In Baker Columbia Union TWO BEDROOM. I both duplex. $265 fireplace. Call 4737975. 9/1 tfnchg FOR SALE acre.S9, 496-3639, Itchg,9/8
Counties, Florida beginning October month $1 SO security deposit. 964-7404, NOTICE
,,1. 1988 and .extending through 9/8TF ,'X', YARD SALE
WINDOWS-7 at 35% X 59/ ; 1 al 31%
September 30, 1989. Complete details TWO BEDROOM HOUSE in Raiford. HELP WANTED 35'1: at 33VV X 35'/. Aluminum,
,' for, submitting' a proposal to furnish ,stove and refrlg $200 month, plus$100 smoked glass, $25 each. ,473-2316. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub.
these services may be obtained by contacting ,deposit. Call Dave or Cathy 431-1648 COMPANI caring person, female, Itchg 9/8 CARPORT SALE Saturday, Sept. 10. 8 mltted to the Union County Times ol-
needed 2 week to look after o.m, to 4 p.m; Bed crib, misc. clothes,
, Betty C. McMurtry FmHA State after 9:30: p.m. Itpd 9/8 days a flce In writing and paid in advance
Office, 401 S.E. lit Av., Room 217 ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment, woman 65, Light housekeeping. 9-5. odds and ends. UCI housing 625' unless credit I I. already established
Gainesville. Fl. 32601+ phone adults only clean, quiet. ,Phone days optional.. 473-7328. 2lchg 9/8-15 WANTED Dogwood Drive Itchg. 9/8 with this office.THE ,
904-376-3218, ext 60. Closing date for 964-2358. 2tchg 9/8-15 NIGHT SHIFT Brake operator, nightshift TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
submission of proposale Is 3 p.m on THREE BEDROOM bath, LR,' DR'Kit., > punch press,, two general SEARS LT10 mower for'' parts, 473-7413., ;' MISCELLANEOUSHUNTING RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Sept. 19,.1988. 2tchg 9/1-8 chen,' fenced yard, I acre lot, Raiford, laborers. Omega. Metals. 4734984. 3tchg 9/1-15 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED with good Rd. $260 month with $150 deposit, 6689 Shands Rood. 1!chg 9/8 WANTED Care giver for elderly couple. THE TELEPHONE ,
to rent a chair In a salon.personality 1964-2910. Stchg 9/8-15 CRUISE SHIPS <, Now Hiring! Summer CCareer Call 473-4154.ltchg, 9/8 CLUB TAKING NEW MEMBERS Classified deadline' I I. MONDAY, S
Excellent f ,, -. j Close to Newberry. Call 472-4280. 9/8 ,P.M.,, prior to Thursday publication
Clientele preferred.' Phon. 964-6777.' CLEAN. IN TOWN 2 BR house, QUA.. opportunities. pay I i | | |-r I ,
I World Travel) Call (Refundable) 2tchg. 9/15 Minimum charge Is 15 wards for$3.50
Adults pr.ferred.$23S'month" LAND SALES'
2tchg 9815ACCOUNTS ,carpet no pets. ,.,- then 15 cents for each word thereafter.David .
PAYABLE ( RECEIVABLE plus, security deposit. Call 1-518-459-3535 EXT P3339A" 3tpd !
CLERK construction experience 964.6680 alter 3 p.m. for appointment 9/8-21 LOT FOR SALE i ir.on Washington lake," ,
h.lpful, but not ......1101. Send resume to view 9/8TF Huron Court In Big Tree lakes subdivision
to P.O. Box B, Starke, Fl. 32091. Itchg TWO t THREE BEDROOM HOUSES priced ,YARD SALES $15,500.'Call 8139921657.. Stchg Lawson Paint & Body Shop
9/8 from $325 to $350. Coll 964.5377, after ,9/1-29,: ,
,/VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III (MASON 5:30 p.m. 2tchg 9/1.8 GENEVA LAKE ESTATES SE 80th! Ave. Insurance Collision Work Free ,Estimates
New River Correctional Institution is r',STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Sat., Sept. 10, 8 a.m.-2 p.m, Photo BUSINESS .
seeking qualified Vocational; InstructorIn your work? We hove clean mobile enlarger a equipment;, boys ,bike CR 22? NW 28th St. .' StarKe 964-6133
the above trade for Its facility In homes available. 468-1333. 10/8 TF ,clothing etc. l Itpd 9/8 OPPORTUNITIES
Rallord Fl. These are temporary posltion -' WALDO VILLAS! unfurnished 2 BRtownhou ''SATURDAY Sept 10 only, '9550 i ,
.. Th. salary range is $682.40 bl- .e, carpet, CH&A.468.1971 v Nightingale. No early birds. Itchg 9/8 OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Textile ..
weskly. Applicants must have a high Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF MOVING SALE-GARAGE SALE Many Screen Printing Business. All equipment
school diploma or its equivalent and FURNISHED ROOM 'with air, all utilities ,nearly new Items. Furniture, ploy pen and supplies needed for printing FOR SALE -
three ((3)) years experience In the trade paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia some Infant girls clothing household T-shirts caps, jackets and uniforms. ). _,
College or vocational/technical trainIng Hotel, Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Items, girls and adult clothing toys," 4732915. 4tchg 8118.9/8. Fill Dirt Top Soil ,
: ,
In thefl.ld con be substituted for! THREE BEDROOM, 1V4 both, clean, closeto dishes, lots of stuff.8166 Alderman Rd. ,
,experience. as defined by the agency.InMffcireOfepVllconti prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF Geneva Lake Estates. Saturday only 8 BOATS Large or Small Loads of Umerock
.,. CLEAN FURNISHED HOMISt-central AC a 9/8 .. '
should contact R.I ".m. till 2 p.m.! Itpd' (' I
I Nat Holton Personnel Manager ((904)) extras, reasonable rents. PINES I 1IB SKI CENTURION competition;' sk| Tractor Work -' Backhoe Bulldozer '
964-4000, ext. 537, or apply in Personnel 496-3366, SR 121, Lake Butler. 7.4TF PERSONALS'ANYONE boat, red and black gel coat. Excellent
Office or send a complete State of TWO, BEDROOM CI HOME In town condition 40 hrs. Take over payments 964-6182'
Florida application to: New River Cor'rectlonol CHSA, carpet. Mutt see. Call 4681323. ,I or ?, Coll 475-1338. 2tpd 918Alexander 964-582 964-6095.
Init., P.O. Box 333, Raiford '7/21TF '- Interested In circulating a
: Fl. 320834)333) EOE/MF. Priority shall LIKE NEW. COMPLETELY REMODELED 2 petition to our congressman protestingthe
b. given to I certain veterans and BR I ba home new carpeting CH4A. outrageous and damaging concussions -
spouses'of veterans a* provided by large shaded fenced yard, carport with from shelling at Camp Blanding OtjT '
Chapter 295 laws of Florida. Itchg 9/8 extra storage. Quiet neighborhood please, phone 473-7181, itchy, 9/8 Lending Specialist
MAMA NEEDS HELP with children ages walking distance to schools, shopping, r jtJ n I
with 1 1 lease and
$325 monthly yr.
612. housekeeping
,some Light nights. On horse-farm near' depot! 635 Pinewood Dr., 9648073. HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL, Coll Farmers and Dealers Bank in Lake Butler has an excellent
LaRue Leveling ,Service for all
Union-Bradford line. May relocate to 8/11TF opportunity for a person with experience in processing loans,'
St. Augustine in 6 month. DESERT ISLE MOTEL Low dally or weakly foundation repairs. Keystone the ''Great made his ," ,
964.5078.2tpd 9/8-15 ral... Kitchenettes room available. 473-7721. 7/9TF soldiers keep clean-shaven so the ,and who has.strong secretarial skills.

Mobile home for rent. Also mobile enemy couldn't. grab them by theirbeards.
EXPERIENCED D.J.s. Dance and Exercise '
Instructors, security personnel and 2tpd home 9/1-8 parking spate for rent 7823332.,' 'You will prepare loan notes and supporting documents for a

clean-up persons needed. Call(,t GENEVA OAKS CONDOMINIUM 2 BR.CH4A wide variety of loan types and meet with clients to complete

BOOGIES. 964.5650 for oppointm.n14Itchy OW, attic and utility room. 12 .....-, and sign loan agreements. The positionalso includes maintaining ,'
9/8 miles from 51 ark.., 475-2437. 2tchg
9/1.8' accounting records and various document files:, The
WOW! 1 2 duplex BR APARTMENT near schools.! 1 bath, $300, unfurnished monthly. !, Men or.Women, 'l', ,' Loan Specialist also prepares a variety' of reports- ,correspondence '

=3 Bedroom House 964-2250. Itpd 9/8 : and financial calculations.

,I For Sale To Be Earn,$5.00 Per Hour and Morel! '

Moved To Your ,The successful candidate will have the,equivalent of a High

Lotl 1. Sewing machine operators or trainees, come. In, and l', ', School diploma (college training preferred), dictation skills.;

18,900.001! Mary's Variety Shop' .see usl! Well show you how to do lit '
Only IL J, ability to type 50 cwpm; experience working on computers,:
video film of how It's done.' '
Call Thomas Opening Sat. Aug. 27th 2.,We'll show you a :
a friendly personality
House Movers On E Call St 3. We'll give you Incentives and bonuses to help you, '

752-2318.. 7525825.FLORILAND .J (Over the Railroad Track) I make 4. Steady It while work you're no style learning.changes, no ,seasons" no; t\! This position is accompanied by a competitive salary; health

,layoffs In five years: insurance benefits,pension program,paid vacation,and other

benefits.;Interested persons should come by our office for an
io'I ,
Experienced OperatorsIf application and to arrange an intcrvicwappointmeni! : Farmers ,
and Dealers Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
you qualify after 13 weeks well give you a bonus ofQ1OO.

Vernla P Odom. Broker T.H.E.Apartments.' After 2 3 weeks well give you another $100., '

Wen protect your earnings while you learn your new .
FOR RENT;; 1 1st & Lost Mo."_ job assignment.

Rent & damage! deposit \

.Trailers '922 E. Brownlee St. I Our office vriU be open 7 a.m.3:3O pjn.. for '

.2 Bedroom House Saturday 395 West Main Street / po's, Office Box 358
applications and Interview appointments. ,
SALE 13 1/2 Acres: 2 & 3 BRs Available
FOR ; appointments by special arrangement. 'Lake Butler, Florida 32054'

with brick home', country' Low Income Telephone ((904) 496-2101

Two bedroom In Starke Housing lEEa. UNIFORM MANUFACTURING'
chain link fence. 1/2 act STARKE
: [
trees 96471331o\1Al.HOuslJlO
large ST.S"1 ARK):

paid vacations, Now: taking appllcallons'foi' 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.:These
We'have good benefits, paid holidays,
County Line Nursery ,medical coverage attendance bonuses., all-electric Units are spacious with lots' of closet space and: : all have
On-slte laundry
wall-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances.
& LandscapeOwned facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants./ I
< Operated by David Walnwrlght ff)64-63Q6|
2'A Miles lotf*' Slotke.on.SU, 1* For application and Information @

Complete Landscaping & Design TRAIN Pleat see ut at '
1005 SW 6th Street
'._ Plant Sales Cypress Mulch TO BE A lake Butler; Fl 32054 ,..... .. .
.. s"
Installation "
Irrigation Design & PROFESSIONALSECRETARY Train to be a Or Call 49e-3l4l

Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding TRAVEL AGENT

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locally, full time/part time. RESERVATIONIST is
Products Inc. related Forest Apartm
EHxson; Wood Learn word pl"OCClllllnlend and Start locally, full time/part lime -
secretarial aldll. Flans study
Train on live airline computers.. complex dcstjtncd for jnodemtc yW i' ,
resident tntntn,. National and Resident An npjirtmeiit .
Ocac r"U Home study training families. No rental asslstnnrcovotlnblc. .;1IiI \
headquarters. Pompano HrnTANCIAI. Income
Mulch Bark Nut:I hdqr Dch. ,
Pine *. Pompano '
Cypress S imANCIAX.AID AVAILABLE>! Attrnrllvc 1 ft 21311/1 Ita opt.. :S.
.JOB. PLACEMENT.AaaiaTANCF' j a .AID AVAILABLE range refrigerator carpet central heat ft air, ..'f ,"
You pick Up or We Deliver 1 00-430-9004 .JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE litk and laundry. Free writer, sewer Ikgirbtuy.

THE HART SCHOOL.HT. A.CXT. OOLAccredited Kent$IBS! -$220 minimumTwocomplete
We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber of A.C.T. Corp. handteappedJ npartn1'nLa awn.
3OO4 1leatta.u ,
1 8OO 432 Wee hsta.m.tloe/App
NIISC: Member ,........ Park 8 J(& 1.t t 6hree:. .....)antler,n aao54
964-6649 APetm.nWosl41a 49f/ 0.September .
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\ P KfTlOB, 'rtI.nItAPllr'.TIM: ; / ':I:! 8.MONITOR--BSEVT1O1.: ; September 8,1988

\ -.. Armed Forces I

1\ [ Starke Area Pvt. Webb Barnes is .food' -

it: Ads 1 Mechanic Course Completes with),.the 66th. a .Military service police specialist Com'pan 'Completes Amn. Tommy Course Thrasher*

Army National Guard Private His wife,Sherecia, is the daughter,
Kevin W Webb, son of Brenda L of Erma Tlsdale of Starke. Sgt. Navy Airman'Apprentice Tommy
Goodwin Barnes is 1981 N. Thrasher, son of Philip E. and
; of Keystone has a graduate of Gibson
\ Heights .
\ REAL ESTATE HOMES PERSONAL SERVICES completed "a wheeled-vehicle High School in,McComb, Miss. ,Linoa S. Tierney, of Keystone
Heights, has the Basic
OUT mechanic course at the U.S.,
OF AREA FOR SALE WANT TO DRINK Army Aviation Structural. Mechanic
Training Center in Ft.
THAT YOUR BUSINESS I Cpl. Anthony Craig Course. "
During the students
'I OCALA NATiONAL FOREST Wooded TWO BEDROOM HOME need repair WANT TO STOP trained to perform course maintenance were Receives During the eight week course at
lots. rlv4Jr access, S450 EocK. No tow down to qualified buyer. Need to THAT OURS I assist In the and PromotionMarine the Naval Air Technical,Training
mon.y down $65..' monthly, Own r' establish monthly Income. $12,0000. Alcoholic.. Anonymoui vehicles and associated repair' automotive'' Cpl.Anthony W. Craig son Center in Millington, 'Tenn,,,
.236-.579 or 16222438. I/7TC 9O4-372-6881. 8tpd 8/11.9/29 -.150 or'''-.2000pd equipment. ''of Emmett R. and Carolyn B. Craig Thrasher received instruction on the
1? CAMPGROUND a TIMESHARE RESA1ESI ,BEST SAILING IN GAINESVILLE/MELROSE thru 929CHAIN of Starke, has been promoted to his inspection, maintenance and repairof
; L.t America's No.1 1 company ..11!! yourretort AREA protected canal, lake Santa F., LINK.. FENCEi' Installed. Free Sgt, Floyd Barnes, present rank while serving with 1st aircraft frames and exteriors. In
tlmot. ,
for 2 ..
Faif nice home,
you and courfvoutvie ss' must III Only $97,000 Marine Division in classroom and practical application
Camp Pendleton;
\ Call for Owner Tommy Reddish 9 .8559 TF Now in ,
now; Retort Sale International both. United Realty of Starke.964B447. Germany Calif. periods, he studied blueprint
HOME REPAIR painting, roofing new '
Toll free ,
1-800-423-5967 Icon 3tchg 8/25-9/8 '
ALA.AM..AItIOV.* COUNTY. :200 THREE BEDROOM 2 both cathedral ceiling 'and tear off. Addition, remodeling Army Sgt. Floyd D.Barnes, son ot A.1979 graduate of Baker ounty reading, corrosion. control. and,
ocr., 30 open balance hardwood family room ,CH/olr fireplace, Thomas E. tee 'Construction office Hannah J. Barnes of McComb: High School In Macclenny, he joined, mcUlworking.A, ,
., timber 3 ocr. lake, creeks deer andfurk.y nice neighborhood, near school, 3/4 964-2892, home 431-1675. 7/7TF Miss, has arrived' for duty in West, the Marine Corps in May,1981. School 1986, he graduate joined of the Baldwin Navy High in
abundant. $65,000 firms I, Bar- ocr., asking $62,000.Call '964-2250. and com Germany. .
'.ron Slroth, Broker. South.rn proper- Itpd 9/8 mercial. Landscaping, tree r.moval, January,1988.Applying
,,tl... P.O. Box 755, Troy; Ala. 36061, $29,500. large 3 BR block home In lawn -vacuumed. No fob too big or.moll.
((205)566-2760) ((205)735-2442.) fea..' Stork., central heat, AC. 1-726-7651. Free eitlmate. 964-4238. 2/4TF
1 SO ACRE TRACTS In Middle T.nn.u..;...- 9/ITF SEWING MACHINES. All make and for SSI
Wooded, tome with clear stream. model, cleaned and oiled and od- A .
$390 per acre'' up 10% down. Call juted, $15.00, 19 year experience. By,A'. Glenn Moore
615722.3812, or 722.5607 after 7 p.m. All work guaranteed. Hwy 233 A 16 STARKE RADIATOR- District Manager, Gainesville ..
icon ,(Morgan Rd.) Call/ 964-8733 for house People who believe they may be
CATLINBURG SlIMMITt Breathtaking Most of the 100 million meteors call. 8/4TF;, TRANSMISSION. IN C. eligible', for'' supplemental security
view of Gatlinburg. Mountain and ski| that enter the Earth's atmosphereeach REMODELING addition, painting, roofIng Heater & Radiator Repair income (SSI) payments should ,
slope.. Fireplace and private balcony. day burn up and filter down work. Lie. No. RB-0034S96 Phone Specialist ly without delay.Payment can begin.+'
to Earth as dust. The total 964-7802. 841FBULLDOZER
Clubhouie with indoor weightof
pool and Jacuzzi only with the day of application
September Special.,Free brochure this dust that falls In one year is WORK >$40 per hour. I!cater Cores .Water Pumj Parts the date of eligibility, whichever or is
18002424853. estimated to be four million tons. 7823306. If no answer, 782-3994, leave
nom. and number.8/25TF (FREE Cooling later. In the case of a child, application
WELL DRILLING PUMPS 1 SERVICE Dorranee System Inspection) can bel' made by a parent or,
Pump a Supply Co., Wot. guardian or by some other responsible -
Bert Place In Town To Take A L* il person.
r COIN LAUNDRY Systems Specialist;: 864 N. Temple
,, Ave.., US 301, Stark., Fl 32091. 9/8TF Corner 964-681O 301SRieSTORE The application process can be
WILL BABYSIT in my home Mon-Frl.,! Coll. faster if the person brings along certain
i( Join Food Lion WalMart and other fine 9648985. Itchg 9/8 O l O information at the time he.or -
she applies; however, the applica,
tennants Jn Bradford County's Newest! ". ,CARS. TRUCKS.,VANS' tion should not be'delayed simply''' t
\ :' ,ShopplngCenter ." ")' because all the information is not.
'' CHEVY. '/. TON 4.4 PARTS front and, ,:available. Social Security personnel
Profits ,_, 'I+ ; rear axle, tranifer, transmissions, will help obtain whatever else is
i No Franclse Fees etc. 9645812. TFce MANAGERS ASST. needed. This information includes:

t .," :,."\; Full' Cost' $106,300; Down Payment ":.. I., : ;
1'\\ ,
I, "l,I.\o, !'- $26,500" ..Tt'V, Coll t-259-4622 otter 7 p.m. 2tpd 9/1-8, Sunshlne-Jr\ Food Stores. Inc., a national leader; In the -A birth certificate or other proof of

; ,, : :,,''<:'f'\!,''i:>/n''f',?i, : Excellent Financing-If Qualified' /' '<:'\;\'., Wf. ide CHEVY& out,MALIBU air, good CLASSIC transportation clean In., convenience store Industry has store manager, age Details of income and assets (suchas '

; '"4'i'': ';! .i1 $1195. 9646499. 2tchg 9/1.8 assistant manager and sales associate positions payroll) slips, bank books, and
:-::" :' Call Toll Free Anytime! \: 1979 MUSTANG. 6 cyl., auto troni., PS, available.for qualified applicants, copies of tax returns; ,
I 1-8006540848''Ext. 964-4272 PB, AC,after AM/FM/casette.6 p.m. 2tchg 9/8-IS$f6OO, ,WE) OFFER: Flexible full or part-time scheduling. Details about living conditions(thelandlord's "

1OO1 1971 FORD PICKUP SWBi 302 V-8,AT, PS, Company Training Program, Excellent Starting Pay 1 name, lease; or:
PB? 'C" stereo radio, exc. cond. Call based on experience and education: Retirement mortgage);
Vernon Reddish' 964-6530. ,2tchg, Program),', edlcal'Ufe Disability'Insurance: Medical records ,,for for'SSI. applicants.,
9/8.15 claiming eligibility on the
:'IMS BUICK CENTURY:,V-6,'outo over-ii' Advancement\ Opportunity and MOREl! basis of disability or blindnessd:
drive,,, PS, PB,, AC., AM/FM' stereo, Experience Desired but not necessary. Apply Today at Sometimes a blind or disabled per-'
SALES REPRESENTATIVES, '''velour Interior; vinyl top, tilt-steering; 'your local S1lnshl e-Jr"Store. Comer Hwy; 24; North & son who lived in a public: institution
'clean 33.000 miles. $6295..,Call 'Cole Street,''WaldQ';' becomes capable of living in the
j Young,*Crowing, : Privately-owned Manufacturer of 7823416. 2tchg 9/8.15 r community,but lacks the necessary
and 1979 OLDS TORONADOt V6,AC,AM/FM L SUNSHINE-JR:FOOD STORES INC. funds to do so. Monthly SSI checks
Utility Heavy Equipment Trailers Is Seeking Two ,
steno good'condition.' ,$1900.; [may permit the person to live outside
,Sales Representatives-Inside Sales and One 964-4143. Itchg 9/8 the institution.;" ;
Outside Sales. 1979 FORD LTD LANDAU excellent con.' Some public institutions; have a
,dltlon. AC;, AM/FM/tope,,'will sell ,
of Social
We are a Customer-Oriented Company Serving', trade for [tractor of, equal ,.value.\ ., practice before a. person notifying"Is ready Security, to be/
Contractors,Equipment Dealers, Corporations, 362-5101.-2tpd 9/8-15 ',; .
.Y'i' ; } discharged so that an for
'I application
1912 DODGE .
OMNI 024 2 door sports'cot .,1/,0)) ),"." ,'
Government Units and Individuals.Sales ," "illl. M.f.,1"'I'
Include SSI
s be
,' ')" can completed. In this way,
Real nice car for student or g9' '; ,, ,,,1" : \ (.',WI::,',
Custom Designs and Standard Products.We mileage.$975. 964-4785. Itchg 9/8 ," \' ',' : :;,f/ i '" eligibility for SSI payments will))
19(4 BRONCO II 4x4, t y have been established by the time
: red PS AC cruise : <'I:!,', ,'
control, 5 HOME't tii i the person is prepared to leave the '
speed overdrivePioneer; .' :T'r ;
are Seeking People with the Following Qualities: sound system. 964-4641 after 6 p.m. FARMERS ADMINISTRATION' institution. 'As an ,alternative, a
,Maturity .Self-Starter'.Aggresslve Hardworking 2tpd 9/8-15 responsible'person can appy 'on
.Enthuslastlc "ResultOrientedCustomerOriented 19(3 FORD RANGER 4 cyl.,'4 speed,'ACi; -+ behalf of the institutionalized person
\ AM/FM' .t.r.... 2000. Call Wayne when it appears that he or she will
Highly Motivated .Above-Average Achievements demons, 964-7044.,Itchg 9/8 Homes for Sale soon be discharged. ,
Experience In,Truck or Construction Equipment, Additional Information about',the
Sales Desirable. SSI program can be obtained from
HELP WANTED ., FmancingiAvailableFmHA ; any ,Social Security office.'Subscrlbe.

Send Complete, Resume Together with. Salary and Total HAS SEVERAL HOMES IN EXCELLENT REPAIR AND


P.O. Box 760 Starke Ha. 32091 'We are now accepting
applications for '
a restaurant
manager position In Starke. STARKE 'PROGRAM PROPERTY., "< ," ,: '>,' ,

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PINE 'FOREST APARTMENTS opportunity to supervise KNIGHTS. S/D,' $28,900'' 2 BR 1 Bat>;i :J''"',, .' .:,' '. ': Club

additional units., KNIGHTSS/D.; :$38,500 3 ,BR ,I % Bath \ ,' ,

Applications.for ''Previous restaurant DALEWOOD SID, $38,000 ,3 BR 1 h .Bath' .' :national Hunting G
/ experience required. 3 years 2 BR 1'Bath'
!'i SOUTHGATE, $29, OOO .
2 &.:3 BR Apartments Starting at $195. ,management required. For experience more DOWLING S/D $31V 050 3 ;:aR:1,,: % Bath<, Fishing DayS "

information contact 'PAR.KWOOD'S/D$39.000. '3/BR:;/ ''l'5j Bath', '; ,:, pt, 17
CHI Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready 1 MIKE MOSES :" of"Keysione

disonStreet'' ((904)) 755-4675 CALL OR VISIT: YOUR 'FAI MFRS OFFICE FOR, A'LIST'. Airport
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I E""g! For Management. Candidates .Well Drilling e ,
Management,Training Program, Rotary 2" to 6" 13th ,Street, music '

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All, Major Medical l & Dental Benefits FREE Moon Walk for Kids

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Attn: Leslie Smith 864 N. Tempi.Av."'Storks > .

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Jacksonville Fl 32256 Nights ft Weekends Ji'0 : I want to take this

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T'0 ,UNITED' REALTY ;I TRAINED FACTORY SLATE and everyone,;.of'you for

Q of Starke CERTIFIEDCONTRACTOR: .: ,__ your vote:and support .in

John E. Curies Broker ;

I US 301 South.Starke;FJa.; 964-8447,. Home 473-3627 AVAILABLE I -\ 1 (. c"''; -toe: first primary election.At .

EAGLES,NEST HOMES Handi-House Portable this time, I would also like to ask for your

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