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: July 13, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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day and Saturday will bring some relief from the clear, hot and eterapb
humid weather we have had over the last several days. High SECTION Bi 12 Pogoi

temperatures will be in the low to mid 90's with lows in the low 70 s. Work R.I..... .. . .. .. .IB
High pressure that has dominated our area is weakening as a Swim ProgramCrlm . . :.. .. ..SB
frontal system pushes southward Into Georgia. N.wt. . . . . ....SBoB
The chance of showers will be 50% tonight,60% Friday and Satur- Ara D.alhs. . . . . .
day. We will see more clouds than sunshine through the weekend. N.w Doctor . . . .. . .7B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Afternoon tides at St. Augustine beaches this weekend will be low Claxlll.d Ad. . . . .9I1B12B 109th Year STARKE,
at 12:JO Friday, 1:20 Saturday and 2:10: Sunday. Klngil.y Fir.. . . . . 52nd Issue Thursday.July FLORIOJ25 13. 19H9 LISPS Cents 02-700 Copy

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Worth Property Values in Bradford County Increase by $47 Million I

L NotingUCAP Taxable property values are up There is a good bit of nontaxablenew Hampton: 1.22 mills, down from Appraiser Alvarez said he learnedvia of two required-by-law public hear
$47 million in Bradford County for construction going on in the 1.354 mills. phone Tuesday afternoon the ings. That information will be usedto
the 1988-89 fiscal year, according to county, Alvarez said. The school boards preliminary county's 89-90 tax roll has been ap- formulate TRIM (Truth in
Meeting... Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. The increase in property values or proved by the Department of Millage) notices to be mailed by the
The county's new total taxable property assessments means the tax Revenue (DOR). DOR determinedthe appraiser's office on or before Aug.
Documentation of flaws in the value now totals $264,233,893. That rate can be rolled back.The rollback New Construction county rate of assessments is 97 17.
biting process of a hazardous waste makes one mill (001 in decimal figure for the county, the tax rate to percent, said Alvarez. Alvarez estimates that slightlyover
treatment plant in Union County form) worth $264,234. bring in the same dollars as 88-89, is Accounts for $6.1 half of Bradford property
will be presented at an important "It's a good increase in taxable 6.517 mills, down from 7.783 mills in owners pay property taxes. Hardy
UCAP meeting in the Union County values this year," Alvarez said. The 88-89. Million of TheIncrease The new tax roll was certified July any mobile home owners pay property
courthouse at 7-:10 p,m. Monday, increases come from work aroundthe Other rollback rates are: 3 to DOR. Taxing authorities, the tax, unless it's a more expensive
July 17There lakes, on timber values, the Brooker: .938 mills, down from county, school board, local towns, doublewide on an acre of land.
will also be discussion of square foot rate on buildings and 1.074 mills. and the water management The increased values do mean that
challenging the constitutionality of agriculture lands, plus general work Lawtey: 2.53 mills, down from districts, have 35 days from July 3 to some property owners on the
denying t liCAP, and the counties of all around the county, Alvarez said. 2.656 mills. state required local effort (property inform the appraiser's office of their borderline will pay some taxes after
Union Baker and Bradford due taxes) is 5.835 mills from 5.6 proposed millage rate and notify the homestead
New taxable construction accountsfor Starke: 2.21 mills, down from 2.39 up taking $25,000 exemption -
process of the law by an act of the $6.119 million of the Increase. mills. mills in 88-89. Alvarez of the date and time the first he said.
Legislature All interested personsare

urged to attend --k-: :- .-.,.

Reward Fund.. .rK .: 1Jr"...I County

The family of Meghan Renaud, ""
the old l 1 who found
-year- girl was __
dead in a wooded area near her .
's Deer Foot Trail Horn .r. -
Marc 23, 11)1)9) is asking for donations Budget
for the establishment of a
reward fund. The reward, when
established, will be offered for any
i f f.,,, O:1,111J1I: \leading: I > the arrest : Work
lid cm. utiun of her killer Please
send any contributions to the fund
to Florida National Bank of Starke Ck Ckt
All contributions should be made
payable to the Meghan Renaud
Reward Fund. BeginsAnother

Pop Warner.. .

Sign-ups for Pop Warner football budget workshop is set by
and car washes are set July 15 and Bradford County commissioners for

July 29 at the Community State 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 17, when
Bank parking lot, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.A t N1fM more department heads will present
sign-up only is set July 22 at their budget requests.
the Deerfoot Village parking lot, 10 Deputy Clerk Esther Ellerson is
am tolpm.: working up new budget figures for
Pop Warner practice begins the the Monday workshop. As of now,
first week of August. Ms. Ellerson said, county budget re-
quests remain some $3.1 million
over identified income.
Class of 79... Budget requests this year total

The Class of '79 is having its 10 $8,440,205. Projected revenue is
year class reunion August 19, 1989. $5,297,583,leaving the $3 million difference -
For information call 431-1005 .
282-8711 or 338-0808, They are try- The 88-89 budget was $7,350,522,
ing to contact everyone, please let but was balanced with some $1
them know where you are. million in left over funds.
Commissioners indicated Mon
day, July 10, they still don't have a
Appreciation Banquet... real handle on the new budget. It
looks now as if it will take some
The Staikf Woman's Club Com j(._ "j.t ;. sharp budget cutting plus a tax Increase II'
munity Outreach Volunteer Program ........... of some kind to balance the
,lOOVP) will host an appreciation ..; N' r" ....., ,.. ..": """' '''...,.... budget.To .
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banquet for Elizabeth JP'_ ,,:u\ :,." .... date, the sheriff's $1.2 million
Walker, career educator and active rh 0,o 6 r.nn d a N w.a' budget request has been reduced by
worker in youth activities Saturday percent, and Zoning Director Dar-
Aug 12, at 7:30: p,m. Quilting Up Close... rell O'Neal removed some $300,000
Tickets will be donation of $10 quilt displayed at a show In Boone. N.C. Mary and granddaughter, Brenda -
a The art of quilting Is very much alive in the Starke area with local landfill closing funds from the solid
benefitting COVP. Contact Vernon quilters displaying their quilts at local arts and crafts shows and the Bawek, of Starke attended the Appalachian Quilting Party the last waste budget.
Barber or Geraldine Kelley. county fair. week of June. Brenda would like to keep the family tradition alive by lear- The county's rollback rate is 6.527

Now area residents have the opportunity to see a quilt on display at the ning to quilt.Although mills, down from 7.783 mills from
Learn to Read... Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center In the Historical Room. Starke does not have a quilting guild Bonnie King of Lawtey the 88-89 level, because property
If you know and adult who wantsto The quilt was donated and quilted by local resident Ruby Hersey. plans to teach quilting at the Lamp of Jesus Ministries located on SR-100. assessments are up $47 million. One
learn to read, or if you want to Alary Margaret Millenbine of Orlando examines the detailed work on a Persons Interested In taking the class should call 964-7109 or 964-6376. mill is now worth$264,000, comparedto
help someone learn to read, contact $217,000 for 88-89.
Charles Thomas at the Bradford- So, the county is now 3.473 mills
Union Vo-Tech Center, phone from the ID-mill cap. By golfing to
964-6150. the 10-mill state millage cap, the

Cable Break Halts Long Distance Serviceby commission commissoners could raise don't$915,872.But like that.

Cancer Society... option because just over half of
Bradford of Sue Ellen Smith in an area between Middleburg and of Florida National Bank in Starke, Monday's long distance phone line county property owners pay ad-
The County Chapter
Orange Park inadvertently cut the valorem or property tax. The assessed
still BCT Staff Writer said the bank was almost "out of troubles.
the American Cancer Society out and cable early Monday morning. business" for awhile after the cable value of the rest of the property
needs several thousand dollars to Reaching touching someone "We kind of enjoyed it, Phillips
fulfill its Checks can be at least through long "A hole was being drilled to set an was cut. said. "We could get a lot of work owners is less than the homestead
mailed to quota.American Cancer Society calls,was impossiblefor electrical pole, and the drill cut the "It does affect a lot of our Information done if it happened once a week. But exemption of $25,000.
1199 Bessent Rd, Starke, FL nearly 6,500 Starke, Kmgsley cable," said Dick Brown, Managerof service," Johns said. "But we if it had gone on for another day, it Instead, commissioners indicated
32091. Lake and Lawtey residents most of Corporate and Community Affairs managed. It was just a matter of in- would have been very Monday they might put on special
due break for the Southern Bell Jacksonville convenience." assessments for such services as
Monday, July 10, to a in a inconvenient.
Southern Bell phone cable. office. Lila Rae Yawn, administrative Supervisor Glen "Shorty" Nor fire protection, rescue, law enforce-
The cable, a major long distance Local phone service was not af- assistant at the Santa Fe Community man of Centel said accidents of this ment, and the library.Commissioners .
Free Day Care... fected by the mishap. Residents of Andrews Center said are also discuss-
phone cable that serves those areas, College kind can happen for a variety of
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is was cut between Orange Park and Starke, Kingsley Lake and Lawtey business operations at the center reasons and are not unusual."A ing paying for a new jail with a one-
available in most private pre- Middleburg, putting long distance could call each other but could not were also impeded."We cent sales tax, which they think
schools in Starke. For more information phone service on hold from 8:30: a.m. call out of their local area, Brown needed a lot of informationwe lot of times, power companiescan would raise some $500,000 per year.
call Robin Lee at Bradford to about 3 p.m. Monday, said Glen"Shorty" said. Incoming long distance calls couldn't because our ter- set electrical poles and cut Under current law, county voters
School Board Office, ph. 964-6800. Norman, supervisor for also could not be completed. minals were down," Yawn said. "It lines," Norman said.Road construction would have to vote to approve a

the Starke Centel offices. Southwest Businesses around town that relyon put us at a disadvantage, and we crews can also cut cables they sales tax. commissionsto
Clay County also lost its long computer systems connected to really had to go Into low gear." are not aware of, he said. A bill to allow county with
sales unanimous
Upcoming... distance phone service.A outside systems via long distance Betty Anne Phillips, chief deputy "Sometimes, the lines can be just pass a tax a
representative from SouthernBell phone lines were hardest hit by the clerk at the Bradford County Cour- like an automobile going down the
Public meetings scheduled in the offices in Jacksonville said elec- incident. thouse said her department the road," Norman said. "AU of the sudden Se&.County..p SA

coming The Bradford weeks are County: School trical construction workers working Ruth Johns, senior vice president Traffic Bureau, almost enjoyed; it leaves you stranded."

workshop Board minstration will July meet building.13 for at a the budget School Ad- County Appoints Subdivision Regulating Committee I

The Lawtey Council will hold a
special meeting July 14 at 10 a.m. at Bradford Roberts, and Ralph Bryan, County Local realtors and developers say road. After five months of study by spokesman for the business in-
With comment
no com
terests but they still want a committee -
four-hour ,
and public
Hall the NCFRPC a
Lawtev City missioners committeeof Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.; they've had no input Into the proposed -
appointed a
-Bradford County Commissionwill Zoning Board Chairman Rip regulations. They say the propos airing, the Bradford Zoning Board to study the proposals. Real
five realtors
13 to
including give the
the commission estate interests want county to
recommended to county
have a budget workshop July Pat ed road paving requirements would
real estate and building developer Replogle surveyor
roads in
17 at the Bradford County cour- interests about road Welch, county attorney Reggie drive lot prices so high it would put June 27 that the definition ofa consider allowing unpaved
a say paving requirements be from three subdivisions and want home owner
subdivision changed
thouse. senior with the North them out of business.
in the
The Brooker City Council will county's proposedreal Central Florida Regional Planning As written by Garrett, the lots to 10 lots, and that a committeebe associations to be created to maintain -
estate regulations.
meet July 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Committee members are Zoning Council Lowell Garrett, who wrote NCFRPC planner a subdivision is appointed to further study the the roads.Commissioners.
Brooker City Hall. Director Darrell O'Neal, chairman the proposed subdivision regula defined as more than three lots and a proposed rules. want regulationsSee.
The Starke City Council will realtors Bill Dodd, Warren Steven-; tions. No date for a committee paved road Is required unless the That helped, said building con
18 at 7:30 at Starke collector tractor Warren Stevenson, .. Subdivision... 2A
City meet Hall.July : p.m. son, Jack Courtnay, George meeting has been set. lots front on an existing past

The will Bradford meet July County 19 at 7:30 Commission : p.m.at 2 Council SeatDistrict I
the The Bradford Chamber County of courthouse.Commerce Vernon Barber Seeks City

Education Committee will meet Ju- .
ly 19 at 5 p.m. at Santa Fe Com Vernon Barber has been selectedby 2, announced-after his last Lawtey will be there to serve the" peo
munity College Andrews Center. the leaders of the Reno community election that he would not seek not to promote myself, says
The Chamber of Commerce to represent its district in the city reelection, Intending to retire at the form speaking of his service on
Board of Governors will meet July council elections in Starke this end of his current term. wants City Council.
September.In want to be able to help promote
Santa Fe Community the City
20 at
March, the black communitywon Barber is to politics, "I standard of living for
College Andrews Center. a newcomer ...... "
The Bradford County School a lawsuit over the city of Starke. and is a well known and highly Barber he says.
Board will meet July 24 at 7 p.m. at The suit alleged that the atlargemethod respected member of the communi-- my P\:\' '1"- '"
of electing city commissioners Primary... "
the School Administration building. ty. He is a graduate of Bradford i '' '"
The Bradford County Zoning was discriminatory.. High School, class of 1973, and let- citizens programs."I other district, District No. 4. ',: "", ,
Board will meet July 25 at 7 p.m. at resulting in setting up single tered as linebacker on the Tornado represented by veteran coun-
Starke City Hall. member districts for city commis- football team. Vernon Silcox,will also be up
of Commerce Mixer sioners. munity election this fall. Silcox is ex-
The 25 at the KOA from District No. 2, comprised mainlyof He went'on to play linebacker for munity to seek reelection, but has "
will be
the Reno section of northeast the Florida Gators at the University gram. statement as yet. "
5 to ::30pm.The Council will Starke is predominantly black and in Gainesville.He each no City public election Is scheduled for ",..'" ""'.... :

Starke City July 25 at is expected to elect the first black graduated from the Universityof 12, and qualifying will '. .. ..J" ...''
have a budget '
Hall. councilman in the history of the city. Florida with a degree in Speech Monday July 24, at noon and -..7 -
at Starke City -
7:30 '
p.m.. Veteran councilman Charles'Scbaefer Communications and now works In the Friday, July 28, also at noon. V.nwn Mrfefcr
at church .
who now represents the Recreation Department .

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I i f, STARKE 3 Seats Up for Grabs in Hampton


I PROFESSIONALPAVILION by Brenda Bawek increased from the previous con Councilman Elwood Padgett mov-

BCT Staff Writer tract the city had with another cable ed to hire someone to help City Clerk
The city of Hampton has three company Councilwoman June Had- Gordon Wadsworth to fill out the
seats up for grabs. Councilmen dock moved to table to discussion budget forms. The motion was
I II Elwood Padgett, Johnny Allen and until a copy of the contract can be seconded and Padgett suggested the
newly appointed Councilwoman provided to the councilmembers and city contact CPA Job E. Whit .
II OFFICE June Haddock's seats are up for re- the rates can be posted in the area.
election in the September 12, 1989 Finley told the council the com- The city of Hampton received a
I SPACE election. pany is prepared to provide the ser- state and federal grant for water
y ,,, l.. .. Mayor Lola Williamson told the vice to the city in four to six weeks. works. The grant for $350,000 was
council meeting Tuesday, July 11, He said he cannot afford to providethe presented and explained to the coun-
-- the qualifying dates are posted at service at a lower rate. cil at a special?!'! : meeting June 22. The
I II the post office and at city hall. The "We're prepared to provide cableto money will be used for the extensionof
//1/1' dates to qualify begin at noon July 24 the city of Hampton just like we water lines in the city. Clerk
m iiii. CBI until noon July 28. provide it to the people of Bradford Wadsworth said the council has no
964-7188 which water lines
concrete plans on
I I I -- -- .. Cable TV... County Finley," Finley told said.the council the will be extended. The council was
II I 964'8805 Residents of Hampton are not far residents of Hampton would have told it will be several months before
from having cable television service free installation and pay $15.30 a the city will receive the money.
i MOW LEASING for their homes providing the coun- month for basic cable channels, and Councilwoman June Haddock was
l cil agrees to sign a contract granting $9.95 for each special channel suchas sworn into office at this special
the cable company permission to HBO, Clnemax or the Disney meeting filling the seat Bryan
operate in the town. Channel. resigned Councilman Frank -:
Kevin Finley, a representative
N from Friendship Cable Co. of

Florida, asked the council to sign a PLAY WINNING TENNISNOTICE
Q contract granting the company a 0 i iS
Z Hampton.There franchise. operate in the city of

was discussion on whetherthe 10 PER HOUR
nwaCroundbreaking. council had granted the com- STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS
4 pany a franchise at the December TEAM MEMBERS
964-6305 0R473.4380
1988 meeting and why the rates had


\ Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners,

.' .i.,1. ;"' Bradford County, Fla. on August 7, 1989 at 10:00 a.m. (local time) for the
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< ', ', '.'11.1,1. > .. ," .. following:
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'" The construction of a wood frame and brick veneer addition to the

... Shown from left to right arei Irving dark, Ernest Trlert, Dr. county health unit. It Is primarily carpentry work. This Is a bid for
Member of a buvlneM partnership In Starke held William March_and Kerry RowelLDr.
I general contract for construction Including all mechanical and
groundbreaking ceremonies Tuesday at the alto of the MarcheM: and Dr. J.E. Denmark of Starke are moving
planned Starke Profewlonal P..aul.n on Call Street. their practice Into the new complex. electrical.At .

I Subdivision Committee. which time bids will be opened and read aloud any bid received after

from page 1A the time specified will not be considered.

to stop subdivisions being built with Realtor Ralph Bryan, a former Grandfathered In... Copies of the plans and specifications may be obtained from THE
unpaved roads then the residents
county commissioner, said the local
later wanting the roads paved by the market for expensive building lots is In development the proposed S/D regulations, BLUEPRINT SHOP. 412 N.E. 16th AVE. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
county. Commission policy is now to limited. said the last lot in any that is platted or 375-7468
Bryan for which a map can be produced, is 32601/(904)( ) purchased at cost and non-refundable.
refuse to subdivision roads
accept The Woods, across from the county grandfatheredm.Maps .
for maintenance unless the roads club, was sold for $6,000. of
are paved to county specifications. be filed qualifying with the developmentsmust Project title: BRADFORD COUNTY HEALTH UNIT ADDITION
Builder Warren Stevenson said The Case for Rules... Director county, says
Zoning Darrell
he's O'Neal.
pleased with the committee'sformulation.
The needs rules to control
county However,the property appraiser'soffice
KH development, said Harold Hill, takes notice of such intentions Architects: Gary D. Ridgdill. ArchitectIra
area resident Jay Martin president of the Santa Fe Lake and when intentions are declared fora
pointed out no environmental or con- Dwellers Association the that H. Winarsky, Architect
group tract to be developed it could lose
sumer interests are represented on successfully fought the mining of the its "Greenbelt" appraisal designa- 3380 N.W. 37th Street
the committee. He asked if it was Santa Fe Swamp a few years ago tion, which means land now valuedat Gainesville FL 32605
possible to appoint a pro-regulation and that is now trying to limit over- $150 per acre could go to$1,500 per
advocate and that Harold
suggested development around Santa Fe Lake.
acre, greatly taxes.
Hill, president of the Santa Fe Lake On one lot on Santa Fe Lake there Wilbur Waters Ray Norman Esther Ellerson

Dwellers Association, be appointed.But are five houses, and the county has Going Half Way...? Chairman to the Board Clerk to the Board County Finance Director
commissioners did not .
agree."I no rules to control that, Hill pointedout.
Increasing from three lots to 10 the
believe I've enough on
got my "Preservation of what we haveis
number to make
subdivision is
a -
committee now, said Commission "
based rules and
on regulations,
about halfway between the rules as
Chairman Wilbur Waters.
Hill told the packed house. Some ,
first proposed and no control, sid
Hill, about the only resident who
changes need to be made in subdivi-
has spoken in favor of county regula- Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal .
sion regulations to the coun-
protect "
after the meeting, ...and maybethat's
tions, said he felt the committee
Hill said to of
ty, just a smattering
where the
county needs to be I
should have included a person from applause. '
the community with no real estate or now. \

development interests. __ r'J i!
Hill says regulations are LW- ll ,Ii'il 12" "
necessary to prevent over development '.. l.-J. <:: I
"I'm afraid the proposal may be Take a ..'.. ...
weakened to the point that it does not
provide adequate to the
people... It has been protection our experiencethat The savings on a home equity credit line with

outside interests take advan- Florida National add pretty quickly.
tage of counties not adequately and
properly prepared with ordinancesand Funtastic =
regulations," he said. at

Lowell Garrett, NCFRPC planner, \
pointed out the proposed regulationsare '
based on Chapter 177 of Florida Savingsfl
Statutes,which defines a subdivisionas
10 acres and three units or lots.
Veteran building contractor L.K.
Whitehead told the zoning board
there has to be enough lots to pay for ,
paving a road.Realtors t .
Walt Disney ) You don't pay closing costs.

Some 50 realtors filled the meeting Worlds I
... room June 27 in the Starke city hall
and overflowed into the hall to pro-- Packagesat
test the proposed regulations in their Orlando '
original form.Speaking I
in opposition to the road Marriott .
paving requirements were Jack
Courtnay, Merritt Williams, George International
Adams, Roman Alvarez, L.K. Drive
Whitehead, Carol Stevenson, O.R.
Alvarez, Bill McRae, Ralph Bryan, Now through
and Pete Schlosser."I You don't pay attorney's or appraisal fees either.
firmly believe, this is not for December 1989
Bradford County. This is too much,
too soon," said L.K. Whitehead.
"Growth management is soon to be $$127.00
couple day
the thing, and I m for it. But this is per per
work stoppage," he added. Kids under 3 FREE

The dream of many young people Kids 3-9 add $23.00 child.For .
here is to have a couple acres of land

with a mobile home on it, Carol one low package price at Orlando Marriott InternationalDrive
Stevenson told the zoning board.
"Lots of folks will be hurt, lots of experience the sights and sounds of Walt Disney World

folks will be angry," Ms. Stevenson Vacation Kingdom, just minutes away from where you stay.
said of the proposed paving regula- This affordable vacation package includes:

tlons. All-day passports to your choice of one of the following: And because of what you don't pay, there's more

Lifetime Earnings the exciting new Disney MGM-Srudlos, featuring stage money to spend on home improvements or vacations.

Count for SS shows, adventure rides and a behind-the-scenes look at
movie and TV production studios
Many people Inquiring for the first ............................................................................
Magic Klngdom'Park .
time about their Social Security -
retirement benefits have misconceptions *Center
about how their benefits will be Epcot : Send the coupon, or call 964-7050 in Starke.
computed, Glenn Moore, Social Luxury accommodations for 2 days and 1 night at Orlando .

Security' m6Ynag.r in Gainesville, Marriott International Drive Name :

.said. Use of three hotel pools, four lighted tennis courts and ;Address -
A question which comes up often,
"Is my benefit amount based on my beautifully landscaped groundsVisit

high 5 years of work" or my last 5 a vacation wonderland that's fun for the whole family! ;"City/State/Zip .
years of work? The answer Is Telephone
neither one.Retirement. Call today for reservations toll-free 800-421-8001, I
benefits are or (407) 351-2420. :My approximate equity is $ :
I dur-
calculated on the total earnings
ing a lifetime of work under the .Taxes not Included. Extra day $69,00 room only. Kldi sleep free when occupying the I
ante room u parents.Offer not valid on some date
Social Security system. Years of 1 -- --
high, earnings will increase the :
amount of the benefit, but no -
groupof Marriott People know bow.ORLANOOJtarnotf.. '
years counts more than another : Mail to: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK :

group. :: P.O. Box 310 I : ':

To request a PEBES, people can I : Starke.FL 32091 _t :.
call 1-800437-2000 or write to Con- .. :
sumer Information Center, Depart- : .* Oflir good on loan ovw$10,000 with maximum of$ OOOOO. i .. : 1
ment SS Pueblo Colorado 81009.
WTBlNATIONALDWvt :"No Closing Co.U"offer ia valid In Bradford County; only and may I
Other about Social
Security can questions J be answered by calling .b. mbj/.et to cancellation at any time. MEMBER FDIC'"Equal Houainf;; ;; iAiule-rG}. i '
379-2373 in Alachua County; or 8001 'International Drive Orlando Florida 32819 ((407))351-2420 :.i.ii..ii.............. :: .a..a..w................

: 984-8068 in Bradford County. '

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DER Changes Landfill I

I t 1+L wr

Regulations on Liners


The Department of EnvIronmental build as good a landfill as can be T
Regulation has Issued a new rul- built said chairman Joe Riddick, rT ..:r r -.:- ? ,- t
ing that landfills must have com- "and we do not want to dapart from
posite liners, that is, a double liner, that." ..
reported NRSWA engineer Frank -- ---o- .r-two.- -
Darabi. Financial Consultant...
One liner can be a three feet layer --
Just when is the proper time for us
of clay, but the clay must be In con to look for a consultant to handle the
tact liner.with a membrane, or plastic, bonding the association will need, -
was the question asked but not
If clay is not present on a site it answered.An .
can be hauled to the site, but two application for the solid waste
plastic liners may be cheaper than disposal system will be ready to sub
hauling clay, said Darabi. mit to Department of Environmental -
"I have not had time to study the Regulation (DER) by November,
impact of this for us. We just found said Darabi. A firm cost estimate
out about this this morning," he will be available at that time.

said.Darabi Assuming about 120 days for the
sees two ways to proceed, permitting process and another 60
and he will make a study of which is days for bidding the work, money
the best and -- "!
cheapest. should be on hand by May. .
"One way is to dig clay from a bor- About the same lead time is needed -
row pit close by and spread it on top if money is to be sought from the .
of the
sand. he said. Farm Home Administration, it was -
An advantage to this plan is it said. The matter was turned over to .
would leave the liners above the the Finance Committee for study, ._ ... -. --' -..;..
water level.Another .
and to work out details. _.
way to proceed is to "Before we jump on money like .. -
scrape off the sand, stockpile it for that," said Joe Riddick, speaking of : ,- :::
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cover to be used later, dewater the the $2 million allocated from the -_ ''':''""
clay remaining, apply the plastic state if a hazardous waste treatment ,,,
liner and go from there. facility is located in Union County, ." ,,, 11--- The alternative is to install a dou- "I want to talk to (Governor) Mar
ble plastic liner. This means putting tinez and (Senator) Kirkpatrick. We
leachate collection pipes between have to guard against building a
the plastic liners, and backfilling landfill for the state of Florida."
with at least three feet of clay before Summer Fun...
installing the second plastic liner. A recycling school is scheduled for For MM tnoonU H wa.their tint chance to get Into the water environmentand .
Over 120 student from the Bradford Public School attended
"It has been the intent of this July 24 through July 28, at Santa Fe County System learn bow to have fan safely In the Summer month at the beach. For
group, since the very beginning to Community College in Gainesville. the annual Swim LCMOIU this year at Camp Rlandlng. more see page B-3.

k ti 11 Library Hosts Theatre SeminarThe


Bradford County Public "Great American Hero." Bull" lead "TheWiz" '
role in
"Sitting ,
.p will
Library offer
II mj thy' a make-up
theater seminar The seminar will be presented by as the "Lion".
Deco the library as an extension of Jim Bray,formerly of Vermont,now
summer program. The in Starke. Mr. has 14 Mr. also has
residing Bray Bray experience with
seminar will be 18 and from
20 7
July years acting experience and 12 basic make-up techniques, teachingand
to 9 at the Public .
p.m. Library.For
experience. His instructional skills, set
the years make-up con-
session the
"b1t library invites evening all members, and theather experience includes lead struction and design, and video pro-
role in "Annie Get Your Gun" as duction.
I former members of the Bradford
Community Players to attend.
fff ....
P Another session is offered July 20 --- -- -
from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. which is opento
all ages, focusing on the theme of Come By and See Faith Dog and Lugenefor

f the library summer program lots of fun and excitement for everyone!

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Call Mark at 47 4360 or

Starke Elementary Straight A's, Grade Two... 964-6305 V I IIt

Students In grade two earning straight A grades for Catherine Vickery, Kristen Will Hartley
the firth six weeks grading period-.t Starke Elemen- 'and Mchole Miller. '". ... .. .. ... !J'/1' -
tary School are (I to r): In back are Hope Paterson, Angela Ray and Tina Students Include KHHS v
Front row: Morgan Fill Crlstie Colts, Macy Padgett. Team Members ..aw/ fxzoo
Stephens, Bobby Rodgers Brian Kelly Marklee Harris Nancy Hildebran, Erin Luke and Shilal Patel were
and Monica Nevitt. absent. It
Middle row: Jason Prevatt Jenifer Rountree -.-, '

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I Ray & Estelle Cox '' .1. ( ..... "-
County Budget. rlf
from page 1A HAPPY RETIREMENT Vacation Bible School at I

vote did not make it through the gasoline tax on the Road Department Evergreen Baptist ChurchJuly
legislature. and new equipment, so there Ifian&you for the many years i
Commissioners last Thursday, Ju- are no funds pit aside now to pave 17-21 6:30 pm-9:00
ly 6, talked with Property Appraiser Forsyth Road.. And, the county has worKs to make us nappy
Jimmy Alvarez, and talked some spent the$75 solid waste assessmenton you 8 Mi W. Lawtey on SR 125 I
more to the sheriff. Tax Collector the operation of the landfill and and to give us what we neededin I
Esther Hall wa present, but didn't equipment for the landfill, and thereis lAt s Gather for Bible School something special for all ages i

have her budget ready. no money put aside for the closingof \.... our lives iI
Appraiser Alvarez had salary In- the landfill in a_year or no.
creases in his budget of$700, or four Monday, tne commission openedbids t\\ 1't In a world full of love / I
percent, persons earning $17,500 on a new semi-tractor to haul
and more. Commissioners were garbage containers from the por- / 99* Deposit
upset with that; they'd asked all officials table sites to the county landfill. Ten I ,-, Thank you. 1-10x13 $10.00 Due at I
to withhold Steve Cox all (Wall Photo) .
any pay requests trucks were bid by five companies, I Gwen. Carol. Diane &
until they see how the budget is goAlvarw ranging from $70,314 to $78,060. But ....L.. -" the grand kids and great grandklds. 18x10 + Pick up j
ing. the truck is not in the budget. We all love youl!
h. plus tax
said Tuesday p's-ed' Something else will have to be cut 25x7
the p in a contingency lund"the out of the budget if the commission
day after the commission buys the truck, said Deputy Clerk 2- 3x5
meeting, with the approval of the Ellerson. 16-King: Size Wallets $1 099 t/I
Department of Revenue. And, the county opened bids on a !
Alvarez told the board that salary new telephone system for the cour From 'L Regular Size Wallets I
increases should not be at the top of thouse. Commissioner Joe Riddick WE USE
the cutting list. He pointed out his recommended $39,500 bid of Norton
budget has no funds for mid-year In- Communications, a local vender Sandtrapsto .
creases that some employees get. who was $13,000 under the next ",
For example, two employees in the lowest bidder, Southern Bell. Plus, .', I
office of County Clerk Ray Norman Norton works for $47.50 per hour, -
have recently received pay in- compared to some $85 per hour by Go I.. .. .
creases. Southern Bell, said Commissioner Sandcastles ;:.
"I'm trying as best I can to )
pre- Riddick. But the money shortage J AT TWO LOCATIONS
sent a conservative budget. At the caused the commission to withholdthe
same time have a responsibility to bid award until it is seen if it can BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE
those who work for me, and this be worked into the new budget. PALMETTO A NIGHTINGALE ST.
seems to be one of those times," KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA
Alvarez said Tuesday. FRIDAY JULY 21; PHOTO HOURS 9-12 1-5:30: j jBHYANS
Clerk Ray Norman has said there Check the 41Tsi HARDWARE"
are no substantial carry-over funds 1 ACE
has also I ClassifiedsPUBLIC I } SOUTH WALNUT
this year. The commisson f z'' 1101
spent the six cents per gallon i+C Oii'fi> FamMy Fun STARKE.FLORIDA
N Tat the Marriott at Sawgrasa ..pr. SATURDA\UULY22 .PHOTO HOURS 8.12 1-S IGroup I

Resort with special"TakeOff ,, '

Vacation Rates _
from $80.00* t

BRADFORD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The Marriott at Sawgrasi Resort has fun In score for everyone to ,_ n t
'nuke your family vacation a memorable,.yet'; affordable, experience. '
ISSUANCE OF $9.700.000 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE Whether h', sand on a golf course or sand on a beach, the Marriottat 7 t Ay j..r
Sawgrass Resort has plenty of HI Take a swing at 99 holes of championship -
golf, stroll on the beach, bike on he shore, or ride on a 1
RoAD COOPER CflY. FLORIDA 33026. horse through surrounding scenic marshland. .1.

For the kids, The Grasshopper Gang sponsors organized activities Including
HEARING WILL BE: beach games, pizza parties treasure hunts and hikes... a daily,4
adventure In fun, so exciting they'll want to come back for morel .

MONDAY. JULY 24, 1989 At the Marriott at Sawgrass Resort, run Is at your fingertips. Recreational ... :
10:00 A.M. opportunities galore, luxurious accommodations, and our special "Take //1Qch4 iL
BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSION ROOM Off Vacation Rates make this family outing a "and-aatk nai'vahxl ,., ,
STARKE. FLORIDA .SpeciIIJ T-aW Advance KMrniiora icquted;bawd on iwltabtlley.Off t wild from 5-2M9, s "
through 94-89. Not valid with soy other offer.Thm night minimum say iWfilnA':.S t ,y ,_ charge

For additional details contact: .t I Marriott People know bow. '.' L.\-i I' ; \ 99 per personI
.A ,,1
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I Page 4A TELEGRAPH Julv 13.1980.

tJiTORiALS'0. Hazardous Waste Site Still Up in Air

: -0. .. -'<# As Union I Polk Hearings Put on Hold

___ .__d' _.-
Gov.Bob Martinez has signed House and
Prisoners Gives Wrong Senate Conference Bill 689 which <' "recognized" Union County as the site for ..,," 'o11to. : .
Florida's first hazardous waste treatment ,\ ;..I'l'
Data Per Capita IncomeUnion plant. That does not mean the end of the ij .
Computing !
rope designation.The for UCAP's. efforts to evade the final d c!..,! 1.r

County is being asked not onlyto Tommy Spires, Union County Chamberof Governor's action was not unex- .oj" .
since he had asked Senator
pected early on
who said that
Commerce president,
bear the stigma of becoming
George Kirkpatrick to back off his effort to
Florida's first and only hazardous prison inmates should not be factoredinto locate a hazardous waste facility in Clay

waste treatment site, but it has also un- the figures since they have little or County indicating Martinez's preferencefor

\ justly been branded as the state's no income, and are not bona fide Union County. ,

poorest county, and the one with the residents.The While 889"recognized"DER's selectionof
slowest population growth. said the two prison the Union County site It also carried an II I
T-U story amendment by Sen. Ander Crenshaw of II I
Governor Martinez is determined that units in Union County had an average Duval County guaranteeing Union County I
Union County will be the hazardous inmate population of 2,300 in 1986. The citizens the right to an "efficient expedited I

waste site for Florida and recently signed total county population was 10,600 at permitting, centrally process"coordinated, one-stop :

a bill to that effect. Nothing can be that time. I -
and As the scenario now unfolds a new element ) r. ': ;""
done about that, but something can The same flawed system was used by was injected into the mix when a "; i

should be done about the method used the UF bureau last year in arriving at Polk County private firm Florida First, ''f."t".:/::
by the University of Florida's Bureau of the conclusion that Union County had filed application with DER on May 31 ask- .

Economic and Business Research in ar- shown a net growth of only nine people waste ing for treatment a permit to facility operate a hazardous :S.SR .:'dQu

riving at a misleading conclusion con- the 1980S'r), giving it the lowest ...lands) ... Mulberry. The application is

cerning the matter of low income and grow rate in the state. Again, in termsof .now under review by DER staff,a process away UCAP's right to challenge the basis for his belief, and DER Se&retary
low population growth in Union County. actual bona fide new residents, the that could consume up to 195 days BV4 original siting decision by DER on the Dale Twatchmann admitted at a Bearing

The UF's statistics concerning UF bureau's figures were misleading. months starting as of June 1). Raoul validity of the process in and of itself, alan last year that the process used by westonin
Clarke of DER said that if the
this approximately 1,800 Tuesday application extended hearing before an administrative site "was flawed... but not
growth and income are thrown out of During penod, : Is complete and satisfactory in officer. Crenshaw's amend- selecting a "
Kilter by the inclusion of prison popula- prisoners were shifted from the Recep- every way.DER could then issue an intentto ment stipulates that all challenges to the nor's fatally knowledge flawed. The of the extent data of used the Gover-in the

tions in Union County in figures used to tion Center in Union County to the new grant the permit.At construction of a treatment facility on the siting process is not known.
reach these conclusions.The New River unit in Bradford County. that point if citizens of Polk County Union County site must be raised at a one-
This showed up as a big decrease in .. -.t 1 ask for a one-stop administrative bearing stop hearing when permitting of the facility Residents in the Mulberry/Bradley area
University report, released last Union County population, whereas the opposing the permit, their request will be will be considered. of Polk County are mounting.a strong
Martin led Clarke said. resistance to the proposal of Florida First
week, indicated that County residential would granted,
bona fide population ... .
-- --'- Processing Inc.. to erect a $75 million
the state with an average.annual in- have shown a substantial gain in In the meanwhile,to avoid losing time In Martinez SignatureOn hazardous waste treatment facility on a
come of$21,458, while Union-County was population- the measley nine that the final choice of a treatment plant site, 25-acre portion of an 86-acre tract of
shown at the bottom of the list with the UF bureau. DER will be looking for a contractor in the Hazardous Waste Bill mined-out phosphate lands. They have
was reported by private sector to build and operate a planton
if thousands of
Naturally reportedly organized a group.to raise
$71872. Does Not Mean
Bradford has a prison the Union County site and are already
prisoners, with little or no income, are Since County to retain Bob Merkle former federal
of 3,000 in actively soliciting contractors in the event Battle Is Over prosecuter. to represent the opponents in
total of Union population approximately
added into the
population the Polk County site is rejected. If the Polk .. future actions.Important .
County and then divided into the total FSP, New River, and Lawtey Correc- site Is chosen, the Union County site will be

income to get the average per capita in- tional, this would account for dropped "since we don't need two sites inFlorida" Opponents of the Union County site MeetingA

come, it will be a lower figure than if Bradford's low per capita of$8,743 mak- ,Clarke said. charge that this limitation of the scope of UCAP meeting will be held in the
just the bona fide residential total was ing it 64th among Florida's 67 counties DER attorney Vivian Garfein says the the hearing takes away their right to be Union County Courthouse at 7:30
used.In under the UF bureau's method of com- legal staff Is now preparing to file a joint heard on a flawed process of site selection. 17, when documents from
stipulation for dismissal of the UCAP Under the outlined in DER sowing flaws in the siting of a hazar-
putation.If appeals process
a news story concerning this lawsuit "without prejudice". But Union the bill signed by Martinez the Governorand dous waste treatment facility on Highway
misleading method of computing per there is some compelling reason County would still have the right to a hear Cabinet would have the final decisionon 121 will be presented. There will also be a
must include prison ing when the contractor is finally chosen, discussion of the constitutionality of deny-
capita income Bruce Ritchie, cor- that the University any recommendation from a hearing of-
respondent for the Florida Times Union figures, even though they make their Clarke said.Crenshaw's ficer. In that case Union County op- ing by legislative act, the right of waste
site to have
opponents administrative
amendment to have lost points because Martinezhas an
worthless in all counties ponents
reports that without the prison inmate computations Kirkpatrick's bill presents another hurdle already said he believes the siting hearing. All interested persons are urged .
factor, Union County's annual per that have prisons, they should at least, for Union County, however,in that it takes, decision was sound. He did not give any to attend this important meeting.
capita income would be closer to as Mr. Spires suggests, mark the totals iJ'

$11,000, placing it in the middle range of with an asterisk and explain that prison

Florida's counties, rather than at the figures are included, therefore distor- LettersHRS :
bottom. ting the significance of the report in J/6 FORESTRY-

counties with prison populations.
The report has been challenged. .by .J- IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy
Denies, saying'Local 'Mission1Is

Watergaters Got Prison Terms; .'.' the "Answer .to a Dream" Bradford David County Norton Forrtor

I :' Editor, Telegraph: HRS clients to the shelter for services. Ladies and gentlemen- has been my
Iran/Contra Folks Get Probation ,. pleasure,'ov.er theJastySewj. years to 'I i
With surprise read in your June 15 edition HRS contracts with the Spouse' Abuse discuss with you all the forestry events affecting
: that Department of Health and Resource Center (SPARC) to provide ser- this county I hav,also enjoyed
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) officials vices for battered women and their
Those found guilty in the Watergate' The third culprit to benefit from the had called the St.George's Mission shelter children. While the SPARC shelter is hearing many this column.of yoliMI nfethat you enjoy.
crimes of the Nixon administrationwere kindness of the court was Richard R. for battered women the "answer to a located in Gainesville, the center serves reading
sentenced to prison. Miller, also placed on probation for illegally dream".To my knowledge,HRS has never women and children in Bradford and It has been my'pleasure assisting you
foundation to been contacted about the shelter and if we Union Counties. with the forestry news and providing some
I So far, all those found guilty in the using a tax-exempt had we would have said the shelter has no Susanne Casey of you with timber management -
Iran/Contra arms sale scandal, a much raise $3.2 million for the non-deductible certification and that we are not referring HRS District Administrator assistance. I will be leaving this position in
more serious offense and a direct threatto purpose of buying arms for the Contras. the able and trained hands of Stan

our constitutional government, have The judge then got real tough and added !\innlng.Ant1-D! g Poster Now on.BillboardIt Shepard. Stan is a forester and a wildlife
sentences 120( hours of community service to his specialist graduate from the University of
been let off with suspended ,
minimum fines and probation. sentence, saying that Miller had is through the efforts of many caring parents use illegal drugs and alcohol are | Florida.He has a wide range of experienceto
provide excellent advice for
people that the of you your
"already suffered many adversities as we are telling youth our far more likely to themselves
Judge Gerhard Gesell talked tough to community to say No to illegal drugs and The in this year's winning woodlands. I know you will make Stan feel
users. message
result of his and "I need
a guilty plea, welcome in the area,by seeking his advice
.alcohol. Jack and Ellen of
Bailey Bailey'sOutdoor well as
is for us as parents as
but surprised poster one
North at the sentencing,
not impose more for justice to be serv- Advertising have given of their for our young people.I and inviting him to.visit your timberlands.!
everyone by giving the man who admit- ed." time to reproduce the winning poster from wish to publicly: thank Jack and Ellen Once again; I want to thank everyone for,
ted lying to Congress and shredding Gesell has said that the poster contest that was held during Bailey for helping Families Against Drugs making me feel welcome when I arrived
documents a three-year Judge repeatedly "Just Say No" week in May. have and
government They message to our community here. Through working with the people in''.
suspended sentence, two years of proba- North should not be the "fall guy" tak- given us the use of a billboard in the city every passing motorist to make all of our this community, I have thoroughly en-

tion, 1200 hours of community service, ing the blame for carrying out instruc- limits on U.S. 301 South. homes drug and alcohol. free.Martha joyed my entire stay in Bradford County.
and $150,000 in fines. For his crimes he tions, either stated or implied, from '.. Statistics tell us that children whose Smith,Starke Best of luck to everyone in their future pur-
"higher ups". But so far we have not suits, forestry or otherwise. I can't leave.
could have been given in
tep years until I say one last time, "money does
prison and $750,000 in fines. At the been told who these "higher ups" are. grow on trees... plant those pines\I'
$25,000 fee he now gets for public appearances There seems to be an unwritten law that ti -

North can earn enough in a it would not be kosher to mention their : .. '": Thisfriday,July 14.will.be my last day
weekend to pay his fine. names in public, though most (;.. I ;I in your service as County Forester in
Americans know, or think they know, Bradford County. I have accepted a lan ,
And North was not the only one to who's being referred to. '-1"J; .' downer assistance forester position with
benefit by the "kinder, gentler" treat- Stone Container Corporation and am look-
ment received so far by the wheelersand So now we await the trial of Admiral .. Alachua County Court Ing forward to beginning work with them
John Poindexter. Will he prove to be one next week assisting other landowners in I
dealers convicted in the IranContra -
Chamber of Alachua County CourthouM the Waycross, Ga., area. .
affair. Carl R. (Spitz) Channel was of the so-called "higher ups", and will ThomuM.Elwn CalnnvUl.Florida 32601 I
he spill the beans about those who were July 5, "" << 374-3601 \
placed on two years probation for illegally County Court Judge ((90 )
using a tax-exempt foundation to even "higher up" than he was? New Prison i
help North raise money for the Contras. And if convicted, how much probation Mr. Gene Matthews '_ I
Many others have gone to jail for will he be given, and how many hours of Bradford County Telegraph, Inc. Approved for
service"? 135 Hast Call Straat .
defrauding, or even attempting to "community Stark, Florida 32091 '
defraud the IRS. ." Union CountyOne

Dear G.na, ,
more prison will soon be added
I read with interest and linear respect the enclosed to the foe located
McKeown's Shoes Hard to Fill already in
r.article... about your Induction into the Florida Newapapar Ball of Union and Bradford Counties. The
) Florida Department of Corrections
An infectious smile, a genial personality Congratulation on such a treaendou and well 'd.s iv.d announced last week that construc-
unmatched enthusiasm lot honor. tion will start in late August on a new
a unit
adjoining the newly renamed
of know-how and get-up-and-go was I- Your lifelong dedicated journalistic and paraonal endeavor North Florida Reception Center off
lost to the community last Friday with make you Boat ..rvlng of this fine recognition.It SR 121 southeast of Lake Butler.

the untimely and unexpected death of i* a honor to know you. The new prison will house 898 beds
and offer jobs to
Chuck McKeown. approximately 300 ..
I look forward to topping by the next tin X a. in Stark, .employees. The bulk of the state's ',,'
prison inmates are processed at the
The shoes he filled, as director of the -Re. fully; .. present Reception Center, and the
r new unit- will alleviate
Bradford County Economic Develop- the current
ment Corporation, were supersize.The ) ,' need for additional space to house In-
mates waiting to be transferred to
need them equally well will "
other stateprisona.
toll Thomas M. Elwell,
be. a hard Impo.sfbleltask. 'County Court Judge Union County commissionersvoted
March 30 to donate
270 acres of
There Is no right time for a loss, the old Lake Butler airport as the
I II.ch as this community has suffered in new prison site. The county had
I 'the death of Chuck McKeown, but the 3 J_. I ., .w port previously property donated for construction BOO acres of of air-the

1 vacancy left In his position will be par- ....f present Reception Center. .
ticularly unfortunate at this time, : Poll Shows TV Fans Want Decency .' At a Public bearing held last

when the proposal of a significant new .. March, some Union County
Industry here is hanging in the -, -. .. : residents because objected to donating the _
I ; balance and drive for con- diaries D. McKeown A new survey .by a Media General-Associated Press poll sbows, that mosT property condition of the of county the poor and financial the-

I Iltfnued/inanclnBo/theDevelopment }. { Americans. feel there's too much sex, violence: ,profanity,and nudity In. movies ,. fact that the Department of Correc
; Corporation Is under way. includes entire I (OQBjT tions is exempt from paying county
the U.S.. =
Canada Mej
Indicating displeasure with what they the ad
.. see on screen today a vast valorem taxes or
ico, and several other countries. They majority those polled said the quality of movies has decliDecJ over me. assessments. .
The toss Is not only BradfordCounty's. will also be hard-pressed to find a new years, and less than two in ten said they are better. ;' .
". 1''" A Ja..prn'mb : of residents
Chuck had Just been honored In spit of hits like
I leader with Chuck's capabilities. summer and "Ghostbusters II", criticism! of however, favored the donation of
: current film content was extraordinarily high.Eight in to respondents said that for the ..
,in-ht.. : most DeW films bave too much violence and profanity, and seven tD tea laid would property prison saying it
offer several hundred
have put it... "You're guod man, }. mOlt DeW movi"lIave too much nudity. new
1989-90 the lobs and have favorable
of /.700-mcmbe American a economic
McKeown"... and we'll miss ;::. Women poUeci wen more critical of than !
I I Economic Development Council, which l Hollywood men. The poll also impact on the county. They also F.
. you. /i.' disclosed that American households watch movies on home videocassettes pointed to the.. of Inmate labor on
-- more than thoydo in movie
II city and county work details saying
//I ". 'this saved, local governments approxlmately -
a million dollars per
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Parties Jefferson-Brown Wed July 8

Social I Meeting* Mr. *!?*. William S. Jefferson of Starke announce the marriage of I

Weddings thlaeir daughter Sharon Denise, to Mark Ivey Brown,.Jr., of Grove Park,

A wedding reception was held on July 8 at the KOA Banquet Room,with
Engagements many guests attending.Words of inspiration were given hv Minister Rou "1', :
Chandler and Rev. Gregory Halle of Starke. _

Girt/is Music was provided by soloist Ms. Monica Gaddy of Gainesville, niece of
Items : the groom. The color theme for the event was pink and white. Flowers
Announcements were arranged by Mrs. Debbie Ward of Starke.
A variety of delicious foods were served.The cake table was draped with '
., a white lace cloth, centered with a two-tier wedding cake decorated with !4:

pinK and white roses. J"_____
..... '-.", ". t The bridal couple and their parents were seated together at the table
.., :],*: decorated with a beige embroidered tablecloth, accented with
.. .o an arrangement
'..... '.. !'.;..11"1" \,.,\. of pink and white flowers with a candle in the center.
II,(' "It: ,:.:t. The couple toasted their promises to each other for a lifetime of happiness r
., .'... .. '. together. Hostesses for the evening were Selma Demps, Pamela
... ... Jefferson, Lanie Jefferson, sisters of the bride, Linda Chandler Faye I.
.. I. 'I ."..; Ruise, Vivian Clark, Jackie Branton and Theresa Woody. lIT lITfR "

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Sam Shockley, was honored with a
., kitchen shower, on June 6, given by April 1 in First Baptist I
her sister,Sherri Norman Bayless ,
Highway.Guests. I
Pencie Sue Blackburn and Bruce Bridal attendants were Cindy Nor
cake, music enjoyed and an array of food, Edward Massey, both of Lawtey, man, Penny Brooker, Sharon Tyler
The bride-elect games., mother of the were united April 1 in First Baptist and Suzie Griffis. All of the atten- I
Church of Starke with dants attired
bride and mother of the groom were Mr. Martin were identically to the
Hoffman performing the ceremony. matron of honor.
-, I arrival.presented with corsages upon their The daughter of Mr. &: Mrs. Candy Norman served as flower

The bride Robert Blackburn, the bride wore a girl and Anthony Blackburn was
Mr.&Mrs.Billy RoyFergusonRoy Upcoming was presented with sweetheart of bearer.
many helpful items for her kitchen. gown taffeta, with a ring
lined skirt and cathedral train. The The church was adorned with
gifts presented to the bride
I Weddings. were a microwave and fitted bodice was detailed with floral arrangements of white, blue&
Wed JUly 1 vacuum. pearls along with cut-outs on the but peach roses and carnations, accented
Norman-Shockley A miscellaneous shower ton sleeves. The back was accented with candlelight.
To Wed July 15 June 20 by hostesses Loretta was givenon Mar- with buttons leading to the train. Following the ceremony, a reception ,
The marriage of Harriet Fergusonand Mrs. Louis Bennett of Starke. chant and Debbie Anderson. The The bride carried blue carnation, was held in the fellowship hall, I
Billy Roy was an event of July 1at The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Marcus and Joy Norman of Starke shower was held at Lil' Skeeters peach roses and lily of the valley, which was decorated with blue I
the home of the bridegroom in Alma Roy of Olustee. announce the upcoming marriage of Restaurant in Starke. surrounding her grandmother s streamers, peach ribbons and blue
Olustee,where the couple will reside their daughter, Darlene Gayle, to Friends and cake ivory covered Bible. Her headpiece? tipped daisies lining the tables. Car I
after a short visit to Central Florida. The ceremony was performed by Sammy Snockley, son of George & and the guests bride enjoyed was a ring of white flowers with a rie Crews greeted guests at the door I
the bride's brother, Ricky Bennett. Betty of Park. punch as opened gifts. veil and the bride book.
The bride la the daughter of Mr. & Shockley Orange The hostesses presented the bride finger-tip flowing down the kept s
The wedding will be this Saatur- back. The bride's aunt, Darlene Crews,
with blender.
day, July IS at 7 p.m. at the First a Nuptial music was performed by along with the groom's aunt, Abbie I
United Methodist Church of Starke. pianist, Rick Sullivan. Massey, cut the cake. Assisting in :
On June 30 the First United
All friends and relatives are in- The groom is the son of Mr. &Mrs. serving the guests were Lisa Green,
I vited to attend. The nursery will be Methodist miscellaneous Church shower.was the setting fora Edward Massey of Lawtey. The Nadine Murray and Linda Griffis. I

groom's brother Randall Massey, Following a honeymoon to St. "
The hostesses of the shower
open.MottAllen were was chosen to serve as best man. Augustine, the newlyweds now ,I
r' 1 Judy Becker, Micki Becker Oleeta Ushers were Michael Jordan reside in Graham. I''

To Wed July 21 Jeannie Hardenbrook, .Jennifer Dodge and Michael Perez, Chuck Smith and The bride is a 1986 BHS graduate
Loper.Games and is
Scotty Anders. presently employed as a 1
Births. Sherra Deann Mott and James Ed- were played with prizes Matron of honor was Amy Conley, photographer with Olan Mills
the bride.
being given to
mund Allen will be united in mar- who wore a light blue floor-length Studios. I
riage on Friday,July 21 at 8 p.m. at On July 6 *an* informal* bridal gown trimmed in white. She carried The groom Is a 1981 BHS graduate ,
Westside Baptist Church.All shower was given Darlene at her job white carnations with blue tips com- and is employed as a correctional of-
...Katherine Moody friends and relatives are invited in Orange Park. The shower was bined with peach roses and blue rib- ficer at Lawtey Correctional In-

William fc Sharon Moody of to share in this momentous oc- given by the 3-11 crew at the Orange bons. stitute.
Lawtey announce the birth of a casion. The church is located in Park Care Center.
daughter, Katherine Anne, born Ju- Gainesville at 4039 Newberry Road. Darlene received doormats as a
ly Tin Gainesville. ...Richard G. PlymptonNathan Sherra is the daughter of Mr. & momento of the occasion.
Maternal grandparents are Dar- Mrs. Kenneth K. Mott of Brooker. The Harry WilkersonsTo
& Cherri
Plympton an-
rell & Louise Krause of White Jim is the son of Mrs.Lucy Craft and
Spr- the birth of Richard Celebrate 50th
nounce a son, John Allen of Brandon, Miss. Mrs. Robbie Pierce AnniversaryThe
ings. Great-grandparents are
Garth, born June 24 at Shands
Richard Ethal Kravse and Peggy Hospital in Gainesville. Honored With ShowerA children of Mr. & Mrs. Harry Wilkerson will be honoring their
:>Duval of Ft. Pierce. Maternal grandparents are RichardsonOliverEngagement parents with a golden wedding anniversary reception on July 23 from 12
Paternal grandparents are Estal William Wells, Jr. and Rebecca baby shower was given for Mrs. noon until 4 p.m. at the Lawtey Correctional Training Complex.
fc Betty Moody of Lawteyv Logan of Keystone. Great- Told Robbie Pierce at the home of Mrs. A luncheon will be served. All friends and family, are invited.

I grandparents are. .Mr.; &. Mrs. Jerrie B. Richardson and Allen L. -Frank Mitchell in Green Acres. ,
Fraz'e'e"15: Sr. Richardson announce the.engagement Hostesses for the occasion were i I
.Colton William Wells
.. Jay II
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & of their daughter Rita Terese Mrs.Joe Gissy, Mrs. Gloria King, I
Randy & Gina Frazee announce Mrs. John W. Plympton of Starke. to Warren Bingham Oliver, son of Mrs. Robert Autry, Mrs. William
''the birth of a son, Colton Jay, born Great-grandmother is Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Oliver of Nix, Mrs. Kenneth Grider and Mrs.
I July 4 at Alachua General Hospital. Charlotte Cosgrove of Jacksonville. Marietta.The Frank Mitchell.
'He weighed 6 lb. 12 oz., and bride-elect Is the grand The table was covered with a I
measured 191/4 inches long. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. white army-navy cloth and accented
i I' Maternal grandparents are Mr. & ...Charles Manning, Jr. Richardson of Hawthorne. She is a with a floral arrangement of pink
and white carnations
with and
Mrs. Millard Brown of Starke. graduate of Bradford High School, ,
Wayne & Joy Manning of Lawtey pink streamers.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & 1986 attended two
announce the birth of a son, Charles The hosteses presented the
and is
Mrs.Buddy Frazee of Turkey Creek. at Berry ,
Jr. born S in Humana years honoree with a baby carseat.
Wayne, July Ap-
'Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. employed by Creme de la Creme in
''Henry B. Frazee of Ocala. Great- Hospital in Orange Park. He joins Atlanta. proximately 30 guests enjoyed this
great-grandmother is Bertha Frazee one sister, Nicola. The groom-to-be Is the grandson of occasion.
of Jacksonville. Maternal grandparents are Bernice Mary Ann Slater of Durham N.C.
of Jacksonville
Augustinous and Mr. & Mrs. S.E. Oliver of Clinton
Estelle Cox Retires
4 ...Chelsea E. Ricks Fl., and Austin. Bailey of Chat S.C. He is a graduate of Great I
tanooga, Tenn.Paternal From Vogue Manuf.
School ,
George & Denise Ricks H of grandparents are Edward Bridge High Chesapeake
1 Starke announce the birth of a & Beulah Manning of Lawtey. Va., attended Old Dominion Univer- Vogue employee, Estelle Cox,
daughter, Chelsea Elizabeth, born sity in Norfolk, Va., and is a 1989 retired June 30 after 17 years of ser- ,
Shands Teaching graduate of Berry College in Rome, vice.Mrs.Cox received a gold watch SIXTh.EN
June 24 at Hospital
in Gainesville. She weighed 8 Ib. 10 ...Kayla Ann ConnerMr. Ga. He is a teacher for the Dekallo from Mr. & Mrs.Flynn and a plaque
oc. and was 21" long. & Mrs. Randy Conner of County Public School System.An from her fellow employees.She .
Maternal grandparents are Starke announce the birth of a August S wedding is plannedfor will be missed by fellow
1 Leonard & Judith Ball of Lake daughter, Kayla Ann, born June 10 3 p.m. at the Community Churchin employees and friends alike.
Butler. Great-grandparents are in Gainesville. She weighed 8 lb., 10 Keystone Heights. GOLDENSHRIMP
Elizabeth A Peter Brozino of In- oz., measured 21 Mi inches. I
terlachen, and Thomas& Betty Ball Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
of Orange Park.paternal Mrs. Donald Welch of Brooker. u.o.u.
grandparents are Great-grandmother Is Ms. Jessie
George & Barbara Rico of Starke. Mae Welch of Lake Butler. owe God. !
You Owe You. You
no longer
"Grea ,.grandmother is Emma Kisk Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
i Of Stoneboro, Pa. Mrs.Earl D. Conner of Starke. That debt was paid

by Jesus on the cross.

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Stephanie Thorntonand
Greg Alvarez ThomasThomasGay & Mrs. Gene Roland Murphyof Pianist music was provided by
Starke celebrated their 25th wed- Richard Trainor;; Othel Chapman
111orntonAlvarezEngagement ding anniversary by repeating their along with Richard, Patty and
Engagement ToldMr. marriage vows on Sunday,May 14 at Gloria Beckum sang after everyonewas
ToldMr. .&Mrs.Wilbur Thomas,Jr., 1 p.m., at Calvary Baptist Church. seated. Barbara Bridges sane ---r-----s I
& Mrs. Donald Thornton of of Folkston, Ga., and Mr. & Mrs. Rev. Benny Beckum performedthe before the ring ceremony began and .
Starke announce the approaching Harold LeVance Gay of Starke, an- ceremony in front of a 15-branch Delores Mobley sang as the couple Sarah Smith Meets
marriage of their daughter nounce the engagement and ap- silver candelabra and baskets of knelt in prayer.Given Sen.Bob Graham I
Stephanie, to Greg Alvarez, son of proaching marriage of their pastel flowers on each side. in marriage by her
Mr. & Mrs. Roman Alvarez of children, Suzanne and LeVance.The children, Mrs. Faith Jewel Murphywore
Starke. wedding! will be on August 26 a long light blue gown with
The bride-elect is a 1986 BUS at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in silver sequins and carried a bouquetof
graduate and is presently employedwith Folkston,Ga.A reception will follow dark & light blue silk flowers. Local Student Visits
the University of Florida. immediately at the home of the Best man was their son Gene R.
The groom-to-be is a 1982 graduateof bride's parents. All friends and Murphy,Jr.: and ushers were ElmerB.
Starke Christian School and is family are invited to attend. Davis 1V and Raymond Trainor
presently with Jackson Suzanne is (sons-in-law). Matron of honor was
employed 1987
a graduate of the
Sen. Graham
Building Supply. University of Georgia with a their daughter, Mrs. Theresa in I
The wedding is planned for Bachelor's degree in social work anda Trainor, wearing peach tea-length I
September 15 at 7:30 p.m. and will 1988 graduate of FSU with a dress. She carried a bouquet of I
be held at Pine Level Baptist: Church: Master's degree in clinical social peach & pink silk flowers. Local Bradford High School stu- each branch of government the I
in Starke. All relatives and friendsare work. She is currently employed as Bridal attendants were Mrs. Mar- dent Sarah Smith recently witnessed military, the media, the diplomatic /
invited to attend. Manager of Social Services at .r. tha Davis (their daughter) and the federal decision-making community:! lobbyist organizations \.'
Waycross Memorial Hospital. Faith Williams (their son's fiance). porocess in action as a participant in and federal agencies
LeVance is a 1983 BUS graduateand .A Martha wore a lavender tea length Presidential Classroom's 1989 While in Washington! students at-
will graduate this summer witha dress and Faith wore a light blue tea Senior High School Program in tended sessions at the Supreme
Bachelor's degree in Public Relations length dress. They both carried bouquets Washington D.C. Court on the floor of the U.S. Houseof
from the University of Florida. of pastel silk flowers. Sarah joined 270 high school Representatives and other federal
LeVance is the grandson of Essie Grand-daughters Heather Renee juniors and seniors from 39 states buildings. In addition participantsmet
Thaggard of Starke and the late Mr. Davis and Ashley Renee Trainor ,D.C.,Puerto Rico, Nor- with the offices of each of their
Ted Garnto of Gainesville and Mrs. ,' served as flower girls. thern Mariana Islands, Great Bri- Senators and their Representativeand
Florence Gay of Fairbanks Fl. and Following the ceremony, a recep- tain, Japan and Kuwait. attended sessions of the House
I the late Mr. Marshall Gay. ; tion was held after a buffet lunch in The students spent a week and Senate, committee hearings.
the fellowship hall. meeting with leaders representing! and other events on Capitol Hill.Get .

TomlinsonShiremanEngagement -

ToldMr. Burton Howard Norman,Jr.
& Mrs. Robert F. Hodges of and Dana Renee LeislgLessigNorman O
High Springs and Frank L. Tomlinson
of Salt Lake City,Utah, (formerly -
of Brooker) announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Loraine
Michelle Tomlinson to Alvin Thomas to tie s grit
Shireman,son of Mr. &Mrs.JeromeV. r .
Shireman of Gainesville. To Wed July 14

Michelle Tomlinsonand Michelle is a 1987 graduate of Santa James A. Lessig of Raiford an- PRICES BEGIN
Alvin Shireman Fe High School and employed by nounces the engagement and ap- THURS., JULY 13
Gates Energy. proaching marriage of his daughter, I
Alvin is a 1985 graduate of Dana Renee,to Burton Howard Nor- THRU.WED. .
Buchholtz High ocnuol: and man, Jr., son of Mr. & Mrs. Burton ., JULY 19
employed at Shongaloo Fisheries.The Howard Norman of Highland.The / / / /
Pine Grove Church wedding is planned for July 29 ceremony will be held Friday, P- I
in Lake Butler. All friends and --r_nr1 IMPORTED-- ,
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come to a sing with the Love Familyon All friends and relatives are invitedto / 1 CANADIAN ,
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July 13.1989 TELEGRAPH Pace'JA

FICTITIOUS NAME this Court on the 2nd day of Jun., 1989. The Sales Celebrate50th
Pursuant to Section 86S.09. Florida HONORABLE RAY NORMAN
5tatu', nollce II hereby given that the Clerk of Circuit Court Wedding AnniversaryMr.
snd.r.ign CARMEN J. D. ESARE. Control 109
$12 Lazy Hollow l<">., JocksonvllU, Fl. 4tchg622713NOTICE
H237. sole owner, doing buslnm under & Mrs. Guy Sale celebrated the 50th wedding anniversary Sunday
I lit.firm name of C D DISTRIBUTORS 202 afternoon, July 2, with a beautiful reception at the Woman's Club of
Morkot Road Stork., Fla.32OT1 Intends OF INTENTIONTO SCHOOL BOARD OF Starke. .
to rfllttor told fictitious name und.r the REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA The club was decorated in a yellow and gold color motif. Baskets of fern
ofor.sold statute. FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT RULES and white doves formed a background for the anniversary cake table. Two
Dated this 22nd day of Jun., 1989, In Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida The School Board of Bradford County, Florida hereby gives notice of Intent to long tables at each side of the room held the food and punch bowls. All of
Bradford County. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the adopt a complete compilation of Rules for operation of the Bradford County School the tables were covered with linen and lace cloths. Ferns, plants and
4tpd 6/29.7/20 undersigned, FRANK PATTERSON, 250 System. These Rules, upon adoption will replace and supersede all current flowers were placed at vantage points around the room. On various tables
Control 113 Westmoreland Street, Starke, Florida policies and rules of the school board. The proposed action Includes the repeal of around the room were pictures of the Sales and their family throughout
32091, sole owner, doing business under all such existing policies and rules. their 50 years.

Thiffr'mnom.. of SELLER'S SHOWCASE PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The purpose of this action Is to adopt an updated and current Mrs. A.V. Covington, Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs.
250 Westmoreland Street, Starke, compilation of Rules, consistent with and
existing legal requirements James Reddish greeted guests at the door and invited them to sign the
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO fictitious Florida, 32091, Intends to register sold authorisations, In order to establish policy guidelines under which the School guest book. Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy and Mrs. Carl Sapp presided over the I
name under the aforesaid System will be administered.
REGISTER guest book at a table decorated with of
an arrangement yellow roses and a
FICTITIOUS NAME statute. SUMMARY: The proposed compilation of Rules to be adopted deals with all areas white candle.In .
Pursuant Dated this 22nd'day of June, 1989 In of the school system and consists of the following chapters,:
to Section 663.09. Florida Bradford County. .Chapter 1. The District School Board. the receiving line were Mr. & Mrs. Guy Sale, Linda & Keith GiU-
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that 'h.und..lgnH. 4tpd 6/22.7/13 .Chapter 2. General Administration. ingham (their daughter and son-in-law),and their grandchildren Kathleenand
SYSCO CORPORATION, Control 112 Chapter 3. Personnel General Provisions Keith, Jr., her sister, Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Dr. Jean Mundy.
owners, doing business under the .Chapter 4. Administrative and Instructional Personnel. The anniversary cake table was centered with a two-tiered cake topped
firm nom. of SYSCO FOOD SERVICES Chapter 5. Personnel Non-Instructional. with double wedding rings and a golden 50. Three branched candelabra
JACKSONVILLE, 1501 Lewis' Industrial NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Chapter 6. Business Affairs. holding white tapers and sprays of yellow roses, button chrysanthemums,
Drive Jacksonville Mid Florida Intends to REGISTER Chapter 7. Student Personnel. fuji! mums,and ribbons flanked the cake. Nosegays of yellow flowers were ,
oforeoold fictitious.. name un rth. FICTITIOUS NAME .Chapter 8. Curriculum and Instruction. placed at each corner of the table. Mrs. Lee French, Mrs. Bud Monk, Mrs.
Dated Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Chapter 9. School-Community Relations. A. Russell Norman and Mrs. Jack Sale cut and served the cake. I
Bradford this County 22th, day of June, 1989, In Statues, notice Is hereby given that the The existing Rules proposed for repeal consist of the following chapters: Each food table was centered with an arrangement of yellow roses
undersigned RUDOLPH THORNTON and Chapter 6GX41.00The District School System. chrysanthemums, fern& ribbon flanked with a silver punchbowl with goldpunch
'chg6/22.7/13 JOY THORNTON 560 Glendale St., Chapter 6GX42.00General Administration. and silver trays with delicious various finger foods. Serving punch :
Con'rolllO Starke, Fla.. 32091 lolnt owners, doing Chapter 6GX..3.ro-Personnel. were Mrs. Winnie Mrs. L.F.
Josey, Dinkins, Mrs. Thelma Lewis and Mrs. I
under the firm name of EAGLE Chapter 6GX-4-4.00-Student Personnel. Martha McClane. I
COURT. EIGHTH Chapter 6GX-4-5.00-Currlculum and Instruction
Also assisting serving guests were Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs. J.D. Warren
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Glendale St., Starke, Flo. 32091, Intendsto ,
COUNTY, Chapter 00-Business Affairs.
Mrs.John B. Mrs.
Sapp, Ralph Bryan Mrs. Gene Ivey, Mrs. Brenda Farnsworth -
FLORIDA. register said fictitious name under the 6GX-4-7.00
CASE aforesaid statute. Chapter -School Transportation Services. Mrs. W.E. Tilley, Mrs. Agnes Heath, Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mrs. Dot I
NO.87-S44-CA Chapter 6GX-4-8.00-School Food & Nutrition Services.
IN RE: The Marriage of Dated this 13th day of July, 1989, In Chapter 6GX-4-9.00-School Plants and Facilities. Porch,Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, Mrs.Barbara Reddish, Miss Robyn Sale, Miss
JOSEPH JOHNSON Bradford County. Chapter 6GX-4-10.00-Miscellaneous. Allison Farnsworth and Mrs. Eric Walker. I
Husband, 4tpd 713.83Conlrol126 RULEMAKING AUTHORITY: Section 230.22(2)( Florida Statutes. Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. Marjorie Thompson and Mrs. Vernon Reddish
and LAW IMPLEMENTED: The law implemented is identified separately presented music and songs throughout the reception hours.
VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, for each rule in the proposed compilation and is available for inspection as Many friends and relatives called from three to five p.m. to wish Mr. &
Wife. noted below. Mrs. Sale a happy golden anniversary

PARTITION SALE REGISTER way to precisely compute the economic Impact of these Rules'; however it
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to FICTITIOUS NAME Is considered to be minimal except for costs of printing and distribution..
an Amended Final Judgment of Partition Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida IF REQUESTED WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE,
dated May 30 1989, and entered I..r1..e: Statues, notice Is hereby given that the A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT: Bradford Public LibraryThis
No. 88-344-CA of the Circuit Court of the undersigned, KAREN a MICHAEL TIME 7:00P.M.
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford ROGER, Rd. 219 A, P. O. Box 902, PLACE: Bradford County School Board Office. .
County Florida, In regards to the Melroie, Fla. 32666 joint owners doing DATE: July 24 1989. week will be an exciting and informative one at the Bradford County -
marriage of JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON, business under the firm name of NAME OF PERSON ORIGINATING PROPOSAL: Supt. Jim Duncan. Public Library as we delve into the question of "Who's Who in the
Husband, and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON BOUGAINVILLEA PECANS FLOWERS NAME OF PERSON APPROVING PROPOSAL: Supt. Jim Duncan. American Parade". Both of this week's programs should prove very Interesting -
n/k/a VESSIE LEE HARVIN Wife, I will AND GIFTS. Rd. 219 A, Melrose. Fla. A COPY OF THE RULES PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AND THE as the younger children's feet will be firmly rooted to the ground
sell to the highest and belt bidder for 32666, Intends to register sold fictitious RULES PROPOSED FOR REPEAL MAY BE EXAMINED AT: while the older ones will soar like the wind.
cash at the front door of the Bradford name under the aforesaid statute. Bradford County School Board Office Who was George? And did he really chop down the cherry tree? We won'tbe
County, Florida Courthouse at 11:53 Dated this 13th day of July, 1989, In 582 N. Temple Avenue able to tell a lie as area children ages three to five discover a few truths
a.m., on the 6th day of July, 1709, the Alachua County. Starke, Florida 32091 about this great American on Tuesday July 18.
following described property as Mt forthIn 4tpd 7/13-8/3 Sally Ride and Neil Armstrong are just two of the famous American'swe'll
said Final Judgment: Control 125 lutr l' t2t 2 b7'/l' f (.Leee WT. Wo k'ISummer talk about on Thursday, July 20 as children ages six to twelve learn
The parties JOSEPH (NMN)jOHNSON, NOTICE about air and space travel when we explore Who's Who in the American
and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, n/k/a VESSIE Parade. l
I will be for debts 89 Learning Activities
any owed -
LEE HARVIN'S undivided 2/5 Interest In by EVELYNN W. HAMILTON accrued Come loin us for these and other exciting, fun-filled programs at the
lots 36 and 37 of Woodlown SubdivisionIn Bradford Public l
before April 14, 1989. Contact L.H. County Library this summer. For more information
Section 14, Township 5, South Range Brock, P.O. Box 1243 Melrose Fla. 'tSJT.IIiki 1) and/or a free schedule of events, stop by or call us at 964-6400.
22 East,according to Plat thereof recorded 32666.
In Plat Book 1. Page 17 of the Public
Record. of Bradford County, Florida. 4tpd Con'rol124 7/13.8/3 On July 11, 1987, the FIVE BILLIONTH person was born.

jTontalnlna 20:23 acres, more or less. The study of population is called DEMOGRAPHICS. You can Gregory Williams

I make a demographic survey of your block. Celebrates 12th

USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set Sit in front of your house in the early morning and observe Birthday with Party _

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the following dates the people who go by How many men, women, boys and girlsare Gregory Williams enjoyed a STARKE .'.
for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and In- there? Can you tell where they are going? What races or cookoutatGoldHeadParkonJuly9

come River eligibility Economic scale Council information, Inc. may be obtained from the Suwannee nationalities do they represent? to celebrate his 12th birthday. CHURCH OF GOD

Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card. Do this for 15 minutes; then repeat your survey at noon. Do helped Twenty-nine Gregory friends celebrate and family this 422 N.St.Clair-964.5445

You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or eitherof different types of people go out at different times of day? When special occasion.The guests enjoyed John Spratlin, Pastor

Distribution two designated site alternates and dates may pick follows up the commodities. you compare the lists,what does it tell you about your neighbors't swimming and playing games Wa Invite you to worship with us
are as : throughout the day. Attended Nursery
.JULY 10-21: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center, 134 E. South Street, 9:00: PROGRAM SPONSORS: The Bradford Education Association (local Sumtay School .. ... ... .. ..... ... ... 10 mMomlngWoisMp.
a.m.-4 p.m. "". teacher union) the American: Federation of Teachert Wheelabrator . .. .. ... ... ...11 err.
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Technologies ( waste/energy technology are ,,
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH July it: I9H I

I County Gets New PrisonThe REWARD


Florida Department of Cor- In addition six counties were RECOVERY OF RED 1988 KAWASAKI
rections revealed last week that chosen as the sites for work camps.
Union County will receive another Those counties are: "Franklin 11 220, 4-WHEELER WITH BLUE STRIPES -
prison,which will house 896 beds and Baker, Hamilton DeSoto, Glades Need An Electrician?
employ approximately 300,with con and Brevard. Although Columbia Call MISSING SINCE WEEK OF JUNE 20TH
struction scheduled to begin August County officials tried in vain to at- DAN WAINWRIGHT I
tract a prison for their county, it
24.The new prison was needed in seems they will not be getting one 96 4-91'1936 Experience 'All Types Electrical Work CALL 473-7865 AFTER 7P.M.
Union County to house inmates who this year but possibly may be & 3 Phase Reasonably Priced Work
are being processed for admission chosen as a site as soon as next year.
into the prison system. The new .A_
prison which will be located adja-
cent to the North Florida Reception i
Center (formerly Reception and
Medical Center) will serve as an annex USDA Choice Beef
to that facility.
Union County officials voted
March 30, to donate 270 acres for the '
construction of the new prison, with Untrimmed $
hopes of increasing its economy with 1 I
the 300 jobs that will become
avaIlable. The property is part of a
1,100' acre parcel of land the countyowns WHOLE
of which 500 acres was
donated to the Department of Corrections I II I
for the construction of the '
Reception Medical Center in the
1960s / BOTTOM
A public hearing was held March 1 USDA
21 in regards to donating the land,
with many residents voicing their [CHOICE '
opinions for and against. One of the Lb
reasons sited for disapproval, was ROUNDS
the financial condition of the county
.ind as to why the county would be
willing to donate the land,when they
could not expect any additional Sliced FREE! !" Prices in this ad good thru

revenue due to the fact that the Sunday, July 16, 1939.GRAPES .
Department of Corrections is exempt
from paying county and
special assessment taxes. Commissioners
explained at the hearinn! that
they had previously sent a resolutionto USpA
Rep. Crady and Senator.Walker I
Or fifcChoice
asking that this be changed in the Bee f I''
near future. No reply has been F ull I'I'
received regarding this. Cut I''
For many residents as were op- I I'I
posed to the donating of the land, I'I
there were that many and more in (RojLESsjSe I
favor Several business men were
present at the Public Hearing, I'I
stating their reasons for wanting
1 1 I
another prison in the county and AK I'I
feeling it would have more of a
positive economical impact on the
county, than a negative.A $ NoffrTwesf I

plus the prison system adds to
the county is its donation of inmate I BING f
labor, which saves the county approximately -
over a million dollars a
year, Also the county receives ap- I
prox. $60,000 annually from impact CHERRIES
fees from the Department of Correc- .
tions and $6,500 a month for the use l Salmon Or
of the ambulance service in the "Your Choice"California I
county.In \\y Shark

addition to Union County, I
Hardee,Escambia,Walton,Jackson STEAKS
and Jefferson counties were chosenas PLUMS
the sites for new prison facilities.
Five of the prisons will have about
900 beds, and all the prisons are expected $398 Lb. ,
to be operational within three
years. The Jefferson county prison BeelJ Lb.Halibut 790Lb"! :
beds.will be a woman's facility with 640 USDA .

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in. IncomeThe "South Carolina

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University of Florida has just ) Lb y PEACHES
released statistics showing the
average personal incomes for each NECTARINESCRABMEAT
county in Florida for the year 1987, $ 248 Kibun Imitation
the latest year statistics are
available.The .

average personal income for 79c
Union Countians is$7,872,the lowest
per capata income in the state. Lb.BUDWEISER 39
The national average income is $169 .
$15,484. The average for the state of Lb.
Florida as a whole is $15,584, just
above the national average, giving Lb.
Florida the rank of 19th in the fifty \

states.This is the first year that Florida LOW PRICES. n
has ranked above the national .
avewrage. f i
Bradford County is ranked 64th in
the state,with an average income of

$8,743.Only six counties in Florida had In- 3 Liter Assorted COKE,DIET e; BEER 3.O Carlo Rossi
comes lower that $9,000: Union at CAFFEINE Paisano. Burgundy.
$7,872 at $8,115 Dixie at FREE DIET COKE RhIne Chablis
$8,447, Bradford at$8,743, Glades at CHERRY COKE $ Chablis, Vln Rose Lt
$8.747 and Holmes at$8,841. CLASSIC
Three counties had personal In- i"O .F, Chianti Sangria
comes above$20,000: Martin county, 9 9 10
the highest ranked CImtf.tJIad an. SPRITE, 6/120 $1-99
average income 01 .:i,458. This is DIET SPRITE$109 m cans
the first time it was ranked above ;
Palm Beach county which had an income ---

of $21,246, the second highestIn
the state. Ranked third was
Sarasota county, at$20,594.
The metropolitan area with the 16 Oz. Phillip's 16 Oz. QuakerOATMEAL 10 Ct. Reg./Southern Style 8 Oz. Yogurt Assorted Flavors
lowest per-capita income in Floridawas BIG COUNTRY BISCUITS
Ocala at $11,543. Gainesvillearea PORK & BEANS BRAN LIGHT N' LIVELY 100
income was$12,187.

Important UCAP 3/990/ beans Pow N," $129 .o 2/990/

July Meeting 17Documentation Monday .."...".., BIS CDmean

of flaws in the
siting process of a hazardous waste., 15 Oz. ABC-123's With Meatballs/ f--
treatment plant in Union County will Beef O'Getti/Beet-A-Roni/Dinosaurs 16 Oz. 20 Ct. Color 25 Lb. Purina
j! be presented at an important UCAP -
! meeting in the Union County courthouse oli/RollerbCo sters/SpaghettilWith
Monday July 17 at 7:30 p.m.. DOG CHOW
There will also be discussion of I Meatballs/Tic-Tac-Toes With Meatballs '
I i challenging the constitutionality of CHEF BOY-AR-DEE PASTA .
denying UCAP and the counties of 699 -I
i'I'' Union,Baker and Bradford due process 99 I ;
of the law by an act of the I '. 790
Interested .
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July 13.111I11 TELEGRAPH Page IA--.

Coach '.. ,.-
Hurst Wants j

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Pumped Up PlayersBradford 1s

High Football Coach Hurst says, his players must show
David Hurse wants Tornado football up for practice in"excellent" condi
players pumped up to work out this tion. And the best way to do that,
summer. Hurst says, is to start working out r a
Coach Hurse wants players to J
come to the field house each day and now.All football players in summer ,aL .
work out to get in shape for the fall P.E.classes are lifting at 9 a,m.,and ,
practice.The 1989 Tornado team hasa Hurst encourages all players to ,
chance to be good- how good come lift with them at the gym at 6I tlr i h
depends on what kind of condition that time or any time during the day I
the players are in when they report Quarterbacks and receivers are
for practice this August.If working out at 8 p.m., Monday
it takes three four through Thursday.Also .
or weeks to Hurst said, Dr. Pete Gianas
work players into
condition, that will be giving physicals Aug. 5 starting
slows the progress this fall, Coach at 9 a.m., for$10. On any date
Hurse points out.If he
has to work on
other than Aug. 5 the price will be
conditioning this fall
rather than on
football strategy, it will hold the Hurst all of his
encourages i
players back, the veteran coach :
out.Varsity. players, both Varsity and Junior
points Varsity, to take advantage of the.
practice beginsTuesdaYr weight room and to arrive at prac- ,,
Aug. 15, and Junior Varsi- tice in great shape.
ce begins Thursday, Aug. "The best way to develop a winn- I
17. There will be only four days of"twoaday" ing attitude is to prepare yourself II
practices before school both physically and mentally," I'J I
starts Aug. 21. For that reason, Hurst says. '., ,&- !


I School Board. i .,.. ..,.. I
from page 9A T i ",
jQk '. (
maintenance and construction problems upcoming General Fund are slatedto I .
which, if all are completed, pay for these smaller items. ", 'Ii"
will require an addition one or 1.5 Recent rains revealed the BE and
mills of property tax. HE roofs are in worse condition than !
The board's required local effort, thought, moving up plans to re-roof LE ii
the amount required to participatein those 1960-era buildings. Plus, air- { .
the Florida Education Finance conditioners must be moved off the r l,*M et: !f'' .Y, tf'b ''rF+f+ ,r r \ : : ,,; .:'
Program, is up slightly, to 5.8 or 5.9 roof at BE before it can be reroofed.Air -.; .. p .,' "
mills; the final figures won't be in conditioners have already been
until local budgets reach the Department moved off the roof at HE. Super Sports... M1r 6..N-"",
of Education in Tallahassee.Then .
In lengthy July 10 budget work
Commissioner of Education The Dixie Minor Allstars came away with the 2nd place trophy in sport-
session the operations, cur i
Betty Castor will determine the ex- smanship. Sportmanshlp winners are voted on by the umpires and ,
riculum, student services, vo-tech,
act requried local effort of each of data collection and computer averaged at the end of the tourament. Kneeling: Philip Pombier. Will Hartley Michael Sutton, Macy
sup- Rick West !Miluer, Shawn Burgin Brad Stephens.Not .
the 67 school districts. The Bradford Back row: Coach Stephens
school district pays about 10 per cent port tional, community education, federal education and, excep-com- Bishop Robert Hewett and Coach Mike Hartley.ticipated pictured: David Rowland,Chris Chandler. Morris Mahoney,Chris
Tomlinson and Jared Brown.
of the cost of its school budget; the pensatory programs, and the student shortage which cost.
rest is paid with state funds. business office. cost the school .system $315,000 last It is in his budget to purchase 21 REWARDFOR
The local school board has No items were cut out of the year. terminals and some printers to supp-
authority to add up to two more budgets presented; but the board ly each school. Miller said said he
mills, tabbed discretionary millage.The was familiarized with the proposed Swim Program... called each principal to find out INFORMATION LEADING TO THE j
1.5 mills would raise some budgets.At Vo-Tech Director Jim Ward said what each needed.Architect's .
$367,000 to be used for asbestos 6 p.m. today (Thursday, July something will have to be done about RECOVERY OF RED 1988 KAWASAKI
removal, $125,000; new roofs on 13), the board will hear budget the swim the Report... I
Hampton and Brooker Elementary presentations by the school prin- school summer district has program operated for Architect Spiros Drivas reported 220 4-WHEELER WITH BLUE STRIPES -
Schools, $100,000; paving at Lawtey cipals. years,giving every child in the coun- that: MISSING SINCE WEEK OF JUNE 20TH !
School and .Plans fortSouthside
Community $20,000; Supt. Duncan said duplicationsare ty a chance to learn how to swim. A remodelingare
three new school buses, $93,000. being found in the budgets where new state law requires the school with the Department of Educa
Biggest construction project for the same items are included in a system to charge students the com- tion. Drivas expects to bid the projest CALL 473-7865 AFTER 7 P.M.
the 89-90 year is the enlarged and school budget and the county office. plete costs of the program. When by Aug. 1.
remodeled administrative and For instance three machines
dealing with some of the poorest people
guidance suite and six new costing$6,000 each were put in both in the.county, that is difficult,
kindergarten classrooms at the individual school budgets and in said Director Ward.
Southside Elementary, a project the district office budgets. Cuttingout
estimated to cost 743750. the duplications will help, ana Good Buy...
Regular public education bond Supt. Duncan feels now the budget trim- Dr. Steve Miller, the system'scomputer
have to
won't substantially
maintenance monies saved over specialist said Palm
several years plus the 89-90 funding, med. Beach County is selling its IBM
Duncan also wants a
plus a$241,505 fund balance from the Supt. System 36 hardware,including com-
General Fund plus $100,000 in the substantial contingency fund to protect puter __ uiiq at one-fourth retail
against such things as an unan-
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BC School Board

Debates Tax RateAn '
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additional one mill or 1.5 mills "Staff members know they've asked 1Nf J,
I of property tax is under consideration for more than we have," said '1 -
by the Bradford School Board as Su t. Duncan.
it goes into preparation of its 1989-90 "Some of the staff will tell some
budget. tall stories about why they need this
General Fund requests for the or that" Duncan said.
89-90 district school budget total Board Member James (Cobby)
$17,272 million and receipts total quipped "That's what you did when qx
$16.139 million meaning $1.133 you were prlnciral. wasn't it?" ell ; r l a
million must be cut. SuperintendentJim "That's what's coming -
Duncan reported to the school Supt. Duncan replied. ?
board Monday night, July 10. 'I'd like to be like Mr. Bush, give
A work session Is set at 6 p.m. today 25 percent raises and know I didn't
(Thursday, July 13) to work on have to balance the budget," said
the budget. A tentative budget Supt. Duncan.
which must be balanced must be PiiM. the school board faces
ready by July 24, Supt. Duncan told y d
*hs "hool! board. See Pare lOAl..nLu."nL

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Elementary School in the First tirade are 1\I to r): Rose.
Front Row: James Ross, Matthew Joiner, Chris Lam, Dana Milner Back Row: Frances McKenna, Adrian l.atscu Farah Martin, Rebecca
Terri Kitchens! Raymond Rhnden, I.lnilsey Sheffield Merl Ann Sova Aaron Tetstone and Miller Candy Thomas Billy ,Adams Erica Driver Brand Faulkner
\ Jo's Country Arlanne Tlce.Middle Jonle Starling and Aaron Woodfin.
Row: Josh Foreman Phillip Ileiidrlcks, Erin Elliott Candice Stephen Browning was absent for the picture.
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r'S' Open 24 Hours ;S SSS City Residents Face Increased Property Tax

7 Days A Week ; For the first time in years, Starke services such as fire and police protection ty system that, plus bond covenants But less than half of city property
residents may face an increase in and recreation.The restricting the amount of money owners pay property tax.
f} 'r property taxes,with the city facing a city's advalorem tax rollback which can be transferred to the non- Clerk Tucker says that part of the
: $400,000 shortfall in part of the rate is 2.21 mills, the property tax money producing side of city solution to may a property tax in
n ,' ., .. ".. I '., ,. ., ; c..;""".. ; 'f: General Fund. rate which will bring in the same government such as fire police and crease. Other than that, Tucker has
t) ) 'WA. CH: lEOR,; (OURi i tj The shortfall is included in the amount of tax dollars as the recreation. This year transfers kept to himself the solution choiceshe
,..).. ...'. ,"' .', ..""-",..,,.""" .... ." "" ".". .",,', L' '....m..v.ot' .'" ....... I .,.. budgets for administration (the previous year. For years, city amount to $212,000, down from 11 give to commissioners next
\ r;;. fathers have accepted the rollback $400,000 the previous year. Tuesday. Budgets were handed out
'G .N'D. 'onE"N'ING, clerk's office), police, fire, and
;) ,I',' f .. f 1>:' . .. .. : I I r;.: recreation all of the General rate which has decreased graduallyas That has made a tight General to commissioners to study who'll
'e .. '. '.:. .. :_: :: ':: : : :: ._ .., .. ; Fund. A 7:30:, p m.part Tuesday July 25, property assessments increased. Fund even tighter.Commissioners. have some ideas of their own, said
work session is set for city commis- Any budget problems were solved if they want, Mayor Bobby Biggs.
%.Sn Take Out Orders Welcome ';'f; sioners to determine how to resolvethe by transferring money from the could increase property taxes for theentire Clerk Tucker said he does not con
shortfall At $72,000
$400,000 shortfall. money producing utility side of the $400,000 template borrowing money to
Choices include a property tax in. budget, via the sale of water, electricity per mill it would take 5 A mills to balance the budget. Commissioner
964-9646 ; raise the $400,000, and millage rate Silcox said
the combining and natural gas. Vernon he favors cutting

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assessments for each of the
t;. 1I"JIlm'K: UI: \ -1 ST/W:!'!!SlWH.'JlfMrflPaiiUKWUI'SH ----_**special: ,TMB l.tfc J WtWUMlPWMMUBtWraB I_,l IIIII I II "....- Was delayed in the second and
final reading on the new trash
pickup charge for large amounts of
sit trash. The amended ordinance will
allow the city to charge $12.50 for a
truck load of trash. There still will
be no charge for regular trash
s Was told by Attorney Terry
Brown that an agreement has been
& reached with the union representingcity
t : .p .
p : .tY 1
firemen. The agreement raisesa
; y S starting fireman's salary to
$13,500. Once the money was agreed
upon, the rest of the agreement fell
into place, said attorney Brown up
1I 1Id negotiates for the city. Brown said
his office Is typing up the document
25-30 pages which should be ready
for the commissioners to study by
tne end of this week.
Agreed to pay for an attorney to
defend former police chief Jimmy
Bowen in an unfair labor practice
suit brought by former policeman
William Scott Allen. Atty. Brown
said the cost of the suit will dependon
89 GL ? how quickly the city can be
8 9 separated from it, which is his aim.
Allen who wrecked a city police car
on ;SR-16: each while traveling at
high speed on the way to aid another
policeman, was dismissed before his
month probationary status was up.
NM Commissioners were concerned that
paying for both the city's and
Bowen's attorney would be a con-
flict, but atty. Brown assured themit
} is not.
A .o Q 0lti taste / "It is in the best interest of the Ci-
ty of Starke to retain council for Mr.
Bowen," atty. Brown told the coun-
4 Approved the recommendation of
$ Utility Director Bill Weldon to
4 Dr, AT, Air.Tilt, Speed Control ap mote Donnie Nettles from back pro-hoe
Light Group 2 2 operator to foreman.
AM/FM Stereo Officially called for the upcomingcity
Power Doors & Locks election set for Tuesday Sept.
XLT With Free Air 12. The clerk police chief, and com-
E AMIFM Cass Tachometer $19 9 missioners from Groups 2 and 4
PER MO Chrome Step Rumpor must run.
Sliding Roar Window Accepted the $19 000 bid of
Ferber and O'Steen of Gainesville to
Y PER MO. re-roof the city hall. It was the only
bid received but is reasonable, said
Commissioner Vernon SI cox.
Another bidder t Poole Roofing ofGalnesvillel
had a Hat tire on the
88 1/2 HATCHBACK 0 ssed the bid opening.
How to pay for the new roof? Borrow
D the money said Clerk Tucker.
There is no choice but to replace the
badly leaking roof, the clerk said.
.Delayed until the new budget is
adopted a $300 per month retainer
including unlimited labor during
$162 regular hours from Cowart Air-
Conditioning for all city owned air-
conditioners. Commissioners also
asked Operations Manager Bill
N PER MO. Weldon to determine the meaning of
unlimited labor during regular

2 Dr, AM/FM. t hours.

Power .. -_

Digital Clock The number of women In the labor
Instrumentation Group Air [I force has grown from about B.'
$15 7 million in 1920 to 55 million/ in 1988,
Auto Transmision according to the U.S. Labor Dept.'l
Woman' Bureau. In 1380, there
were 11.5 million displaced
PER MO. homemaker In the U.S., /ull-tlme
'After Rebate+ Tax & Title 1 1-1.ii.DID homemaker who lost their main
source of Income either because
their spouse died became disabled
or became divorce or reparation.
86 85 DODGE LANCER Displaced homemakers are
4 LARIAT MARQUIS BROUGHAM predominantly blder women according
v-e $ to the U.S. Labor Dept.
Wu R10R 7,995 WREDDVT.$4,85O rtIILPOWJR: $11,995 JVU.ROWJR: *BEATS $5,995 Women' Bureau. Seventy percent
sioRr : are over 55 year. old and 14 percentare
over 45. A large proportion of
displaced homemaker are poor.
Two In Jive live below the /ederal
wirscaTe poverty level.Twothirds.

MAIegar Motors of all v displaced

homemakers are widow and 30 percent ,
are divorced or separated, according
Statewide "'1-800-329-FORD .. 473-FORD to the US. Labor Dept'sWomen's
964-720O Bureau. Minority women
Starke 371 -! 096 388-FORD. Keystone Heights are overrepresentsxf In relation to
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I Judge Orders Sheriff to Place Whitehead on Work Release

A. B. Whitehead, Jr. was re- tantly' directed Sheriff Kenneth
or salary earned, depositing the
sentenced Monday In Bradford Etheridge to put a work release programs for county prisoners with ting the work' release, the
program same in a trust checking account, the concurrence of the sheriff. The court about letting a man convicted of
County Circuit Court. Whiteheadwas into effect so Whitehead could according to the statute. resolution removed Sheriff Etheridge from growing marijuana out to go to work
was by Florida
placed on probation for one continue working for his of making that recommendation.
year employer The sheriff may collect from that statute. when his department Is trying to rid
with the Department of Correctionsand the past 16 years.Both the state and fund any expenses incurred by the Sheriff Etheridge said he did not the county of illegal drugs.
resolution stated the decision
under a special condition defense the work intend to institute work
requested release prisoner.In a release Whitehead will be allowed to continue -
ordered to spend the time in by the sheriff to make such a recommendation for Whitehead.
the program since Whitehead qualified. program
November of 1987 Bradford working his seven day shift at
shall be at the Sheriff's
county jail. Under the program, the sheriff County Commissioners adopted a sole discretion. "If the court orders me to do so duPon'.leaving from the county jail
Judge Benjamin Tench 'relunc- may collect from the prison wages resolution to institute work release Whitehead on probation By and placing direc- then of course I will comply," said
Etheridee, who expressed concern tee pegs 128

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BCT Receives =- Pickup i
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National Guard k. ri k.b fFs-i'Ri i 6f c'vS>*

Service AwardThe .e.eroawee ..___ enHaa

Telegraph is the recipient of rs; ; EEE1s :EEE= r SN41071st $ 189 oo *
the 1988-89 Florida National Guard ""'e""""""""'
"""'""""" : $13.455Cost
Public Service Award for outstan- 0 MO.
ding coverage and support of the $11,910

Guard.The award, shown by reporter /1 Short Wheel Base Red,
Mark Friedlin who does most of the V-8, Air Cond., Auto Trans.,
writing and photography of the Na-
tional Guard articles,recognizes the Guages and Much More
weekly newspaper in the state which t
provided favorable coverage and
support of the National Guard dur-
ing the past year.Sgt. 1st Class Ted 10.95 APR.$2550 Down Cash
Beal,public relations
representativefor -
the Guard from St.Augustine, Trade EquityNEW
presented the award in Ft.Myers at
the June 22-24 annual convention of
the Florida Press Association.



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B Students Learn Safe Way to Have Fun in the WaterBy I SIZZLING SUMMER SALE

Mark Filedlln ,..... Williams Joe Watson. Diane LADIES BLOUSES 25% OFF
BCT Staff Writer
Over 120 elementary school Cooper Shellla Morgan. Greg LADIES JEANSJR
Marshall. Sherry McDavid, Pam
age students learned how to Gaskins and Sandra Duncan.All & MISSES SIZES 20-30% OFF
have fun and be safe around the fa
Instructors have
water In the annual Swim Pro- completedand
passed CPR and First Aide
gram sponsored by the Bradford .. .,,, "
"' ." Courses.
County Public School system. r ) ," HATS 25% OFF
Jennifer Vaughn. Head t'
Instructor of the program who
has a degree In Advanced Life- Winrmtca' OPEN:
saving and Is a certified Water : Monday Saturday,
Safety Instructor says this program '" 9 til 6
a two-week course Is one .. .... ..'", "" ''., "Z"If' ... Tennis a.m. p.m.
of the best of Its type availableIn '' I' 'IIL "
the area and gives some un- .r.;. t:I'. ,, .. "' '''J", I S10 Hour
derprivileged students their one ," ""''' per OR Learn
chance to swim for the Summer. ...... ,\ With A Friend for$5 Each r Sale Ends June 17 IjJ
'This Is a great opportunity for Wt \'" \ Call Mark at 473-43SO or '
of students y : ..\ ., V64-63O5 Lay-A-ways Welcome M
many our not only to ; < .1 .. ... '
swim for the fun of It but to get .
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over some fears they may have .J ........ ;;
of the water as well.. Vaughnsaid. ; rFn-e
"Many of these students <0- Students Include KHHS Bradford .

have never had much contact Team Members
with the water at all. To gain experience Chiropractic Center
like this gives them the Starke Office
confidence to enjoy themselves I
around the water and also im- :J EZWHEELS 218 S. Walnut St.

proves awareness of the safety \> Next to the Chamber Commerce .,.
aspects involved."
The two week course Is divided 964r4957 ., .
into five different skill levels and 1320 N. Temple Ave. ;

held at the public dock at Camp I
Blanding each Summer. Al- 964-63 :

though attendance was down J PAIN: CONTROLHeadaches
about 30 students from lastyear's Buy Here Pay Here I .

high probably due to a .' We Finance .Neck a Arm
Girl Scout Camp ongoing In the 1
same time period. Instructor JUST ARRIVED : .
a .
Vaughn says she and her stall Leg Work Related
like the fewer numbers becauseof '84 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX .Sports

the increased time it gives I' NICE rf ..Personal
them with the students. Auto AccidentsDR.
"We set up five stations each t JYocui's 42 '84 1/2 TON PICK UP W. DAVID SIKES
day and we generally had two DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
Instructors in each area." '83 NISSAN SENTRA- CHIROPRACTIC HYSICIANS
Vaughn said. "That gives us the fashionsis GAS SAVER
chance to work on a more per- d THE TEAM APPROACH
sonnel level with each student.It's '83 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX- I
rewarding for the Instructors ? having their BEAUTIFUL RED /\ 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
because they can really see the # /7 ,
Improvement and the confidence '85 PONTIAC SUNBIRD J 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
I level grow In each personin c'Ij AnnualSummer SHARP ta! OffiCO! Hours Mon-Fri 9'30-600 Dm Sat R A ointment
their group."
Swimmers and the stall cele-'
brated on their last day of the '' ED CHICKEN
program with a watermelon 4
feast donated by one of the bus I _
drivers Mrs. Mary Mayben. ClearanceSale FACTORY.INC.PLEASE .

Instructors In the course, in
addition to Mrs. Vaughn In-
cluded: Dorothy Salazar, EXCUSE OUR MESS
Local Students Beginning July 6th WE WILL HAVE SEATS FOR 1 D I 1SeEN

Nine students from the Starke THE BANQUET ROOM.
Keystone Heights area graduatedfrom Joan's Fashions FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
Santa Fe Community College ROOM BUFFET.
Friday June 30 at ceremonies held The Finest in Ladles Fashions ECMLORCOMEBY. ((904)) 964-4415
in the SFCC Gym at 10 a.m. Thank you.H.L.Dye open 6 a.m. Hwy 301 S. Starke. Fla
Students who graduated from VISA
SFCC are Kelliene A. Baldwin, STARKE: PLAZA iTERCARD
Pamela S. Chastain, Edward D. .964-7651 ,
Crews, Steven M. DeKeyser CaryF. N "' "'
.Frounfelter,Erika L.Gruen,Mit- the of
chel S. Starling, Tammy L. Announcing Opening
Thomason and Thomas R. Watson.
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ArrestedFor Dana Robert Masey, 37, was ar- Johnny Alvin Smith, 20, of Max- Joseph Martin was arrested July 5 M
rested July 98 for DWLS, ville was arrested July 7 for DWLS, for DWLS, driving under Influence
Growing PotA to Deputy Thrift. He was release according to Patrolman Griffis. He according to Patrolman Perry Gor
31-year-old man with a Lake after a $215.25 surety bond was was released after a $215.25 cash man. He was released on his own
bond was posted. recognizance.Dial .
Butler address was arrested July 7 posted.
after two marijuana plants were 11J
found growing on property on CR-235 Lorenzo Tobler, 29, of Penny Michael E. Salcoy, 38, of Wood-
south of CR-229 west of Starke. Farms was arrested July 8 for side, N.Y. was arrested July 7 for 911 Emergency
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said the plants were his and that he to Trooper Donald Dean. He traffic citation, according to Lt. --
rented the property from A. B. was released after a $465.25 surety Tillotson. He was released after a Looking For A

Kenneth Whitehead Etheridge.A according. to Sheriff bond was posted. $250 cash bond was posted. Good Deal... ?

search warrant was executed James A. Ingram, 20, of Mid- Keith McCoy Jones was arrestedfor _Check the Classlfieds
when two large marijuana plants dleburg was arrested July 8 for failure to pay DWLS, accordingto
were found growing near a shed,ac DWLS, according to Lt. William Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Bond In the B-Section
cording to Chief Deputy Pat Henry, Tillotson. He was released after a was set at $120.25, he was releasedon b
Lt. David A. Aderholt and Deputy $215.25 surety bond was posted. his own recognizance.
Roman Alvarez.
Hammond was charged with
manufacturing cannabis with bond
set at $1,500. He was released on his
own recognizance.This .
is the fourth connecting farm
where marijuana has been located
recently, all on property belongingto
the Whitehead family. Chargesare
pending as the investigation con-
tinues in the 44 plants found growing

last SPD Drug week Battles,Flow said Etheridge. WHEN YOU HEAR THE SIZZLE OF

During the past 60 days the Starke
Police Department under the direction .
of Chief of Police Jimmy R.
Epps conducted a narcotic investigation

The investigation resulting in with 29 arrests.the co- W.D
operation of the State Attorney's c: BEEF EXPECT
fir-e was put forth in an attempt to
curtail the How of narcotics within .
the City of Starke.
During June the department made
50 felony and 71 misdemeanor ar
rests. The officers wrote 73 traffic
citations and worked 36 traffic ac

801 department calls were during processed the month.throughthe W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND W-D BRAND W-D BRAND


cleared investigation, 78 resulting of which in 114 arrests.have" been We I-BONE SIRLOIN TOP SIRLOIN DELMONICO TOP SIRLOINSTEAK

are proud of that record, said
July 8, the department

Williams sponsored Village.printed during 78 Jewelry Print-A-Kid children the four at were hour in Deer front period.finger Foot of $3L7 !$497

Starke Charged Woman In RobberyAn LB. 2L7 31l LB.S21l

18-year-old Starke woman was u. a.oio
charged with strong arm robbery
and battery July 5 after she allegedly -
roughed up another woman while
stealing her purse.
Annie Denise Green of 1020 N.
Cherry St. robbed a Clarksville, Winn-Dixie You'll see a W-D
Ind., woman of $180 July 4, according Brand shield on every
to Patrolman Mack Short. The
victim was staying at the Temple cut of beef Wlnn-Dlxie
Motel on US-301. sells. It means we've
Green told police she had convinced hand-selected y0u 1 jp
the victim to walk with her by TM steak or roast from
saying she was afraid to walk at
the finest U.S. Choice
night. The victim agreed to walk
Green to a lighted area. When they Beef available. It's
rounded a corner of the motel Green 4 your assurance that
and a second woman who had been e 'every bite will be
hiding behind the building, grabbedthe Id tender and delicious.
victim's purse and flung her to
the ground, said Short. And it's a guarantee

Green's bond was set a $4,000, she PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WIN -DIXIE LOCATION: that you'll be
remains in custody. STARKE' = completely satisfied.
n.WIIT MACHSON STRUT That's a promise from
Recent ArrestsIn
The Beef People at
Bradford CountyThe Wlnn-Dlxie.

following arrests were madein
authorities.Bradford County by local 9ELIJOAN

Samuel Lee Williams, 36, was arrested I J EVERYDAY '' EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
July 8 on warrants charging ARC LOW PRICE PRICE LOW PRICE
failure to appear and/or failure to VOW !,
pay for charges of assault and bat
tery, according to Deputy Barry
King.Bond was set at$615.25,he was II ow M f
released on his own recognizance. a I ii
Anthony French was arrested July PIT COOKED "SMOKED ..
6 for sale and delivery of cocaine NICE ft SLOW" ROASTS i i '
(two counts), according to Of CHOPPED a
Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was BARBECUE
set at$10,000,he remains in custody.
Frederick L. Sanders was ar-
rested July 6 for trespass,accordingto
Patrolman Short. Bond was set at $1199k
$1,000, he was released on his own _

recognizance.Terry L& __

Scott Holt,20, of Macclenny ji ( _
was arrested July 8 on a capias $ IL -
charging fishing without a license, .. -j
according to Lt. David Aderholt. He OLD FASHION
was released after a$120 cash bond 'IVIRYDAY LOW PRier "IVIRYDAY' LOW p.lci '
was posted. DOUBl2FUD02PEANUT

Raymond Wesley Chadwick,26,of BUTTER FUDGE VANILLA or CRUNCHY Of SMOOTH
Jacksonville was arrested July 8 on sgg E.L. FUDGE DEEP SOUTH KRAFT
an Alachua County charge of
criminal mischief, according to Lt. SIZE 70 COOKIES r r PEANUT BUTTER GRAPE JELL
Aderholt. Bond was set at $250.

Earl Goolsby,41,was arrested July 9 sgg ;
for failure to $11 ggl
7 on worthless a capias check, according appearfor to DELI CHOICE 18-0z. 32 .

Deputy Danny Thrift.He was released ROAST BEEF a. JAR JAR
after a $120.25 cash bond was GOLDSANDWICHES .
posted. GREAT FOR s999 COORS \\iPl.$5 55 MAID 36 THRIFTY MAID 46

James Alexander Harper, 33, of BEER . . CAMS TOMATO SAUCE wi TOMATOESTHRIFTY . wi
Heights was arrested for HALF
failure to pay child support, accor- LB. ALL vARIn/a 10 W 40, 20 W SO, SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY
ding to Lt. Aderholt. Harper who is 10 W SO Of HD SO
arrears$4,988.68 was ordered to pay PEPSI c-.w CASTROLGTX FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
$500 and appear July 18 for a wage tl COLA CONVENJENCEANDLOWPRIcEsBREAD
assignment. Harper paid the $500 in NCHUZY $139 MOTOR OIL

F. cash and was released. . o ..:.. ILL RECEIVE A
0 8
s Munmu $1 soo RED DELICIOUS
Traffic OLD FASHION 2-LTR. _
I $149 BTL. ...M..".r or. APPLE!
James Darrell Jackson 30, was CAKE DONUTS ooz ...y__ SIZE
arrested July 3 for driving while .
.'J, Peter Wilson Sparks, 88, was arrested PIZZA . UCII CELLARS WINE :aIL'-$398 SHAMPOOOver . m.tfL
: ; July Gordon ,according to
f Patrolman Smith. He was

:,.>'.,i'' released Lamar on Ardley his own 22,recognizance.of Jacksonville :

\ was arrested July 8 for DWLS, according 10,000 Everyday tow Prices L
."'i* to Patrolman Dale Griffis. I
1'I He was released after a$215.25 surety ?
II bond was posted.
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JailProcesses nine arrests, ten people were arrested Incoming telephone calls to according to Lt. David Aderholt.
659 Calls by order of the court,three by 964-6161 totalled 2,586. Calls to 911 Bullard was arrested when he
Lawtey officers two by Brooker totalled 548 during the month, said returned to Starke for a visit.
: iA{ Vfiat: t During the month of June 659 calls marshal one by parole and probation Etheridge. He was released after $5,000 bond
outique27r were processed through the Brad- and one by the state attorney's was posted.
'\ ford County Jail. office.Of .
Country Crafts Furniture, Craft Supplies Of the number received and the 659 calls processed 133 Jacksonville Man
answered 154 arrests were made by were felony investigations seven Arrested In StarkeA IISVFD Fund
local authorities. The number In- were missing persons, 16 were Reaches $4,000
Custom 2145 WHARF STREETMIDDLEBURO cludes 78 felony, 76 misdemeanor fires/structure/woods, 436 were 26-year-old Jacksonville man
Orders charges, nine DUI arrests and 42 miscellaneous, one was escape, five was arrested July 3 and charged Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
Call for Classes! driving while license suspended, ac- were accidents (worked by county) with attempting to rape a six-year- Department would like to thank the
cording to Sheriff Kenneth with 16 calls to assist at an accident residents who have so graciously
(904) 2828983HWY. Etheridge. and 40 were calls for burglary. old.Terry C.Bullard was charged with made donations for the building
Police officers for the City of Deputies wrote 45 traffic citations lewd assault upon a child following fund.
16 E. Past Camp Blanding to Hwy. 21 to Mlddleburz, Starke were responsible for 43 arrests served 528 civil papers, recovered l an Investigation into an incident As of June$4,112.74 has been rais-
Turn Right on Main St. to Wharf St. deputies made 85 arrests two stolen vehicles and provided which occurred June 26 at a ed.The
Florida Highway Patrol troopers escort for 24 funeral processions. residence on Marklee Starling Rd. volunteers have an appraisalon
building the station which is
,. $14,000, which is the goal at this
Recently 1,646 letters were sent to
people in the area asking for dona-
tions, you are asked to please con-
sider making that donation now.
"We understand it is easy to say
'we will send some next month,' but
$ i I without donations the project will
QUANTITY RIGHTS not be a success." said Firefighter

.._RESERVED... ,
.. NC / Joyce Cooley.
-,-.... Fire protection is something thatis
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. easy to take for granted no one
., ra thinks that they will need it but thatis
not always the case. It would be
E s H W-D BRAND JULY 13-19 1989 4 ;,PREMIUM/ nice to know that if you need protec-

t tion it would be there.
WHOLE or RIB HALF MILD. MEDIUM or HOT GRADE Volunteers are trying to maintainthe
equipment but the weather is
hard on the trucks. We need a
PORK WHOLE HOG FRYER building, said Cooley.
For the safety of your family
please remember the building fund
and send a donation today.
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
Department Building Fund, P. O.
Box 342, Starke.Bradford.

$ LB.9-11 PKG Rescue Answers County

5J STORE 110 Calls In June

HOURS Bradford County Emergency
PS Medical Services Rescue respondedto
8 A.M. a total of 110 calls/or/runs duringthe
ilL month of June, according to
Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
SLICED 11 P.M. Seventy-three transports requiredthe J
transporting of 78 patients. I''
LB. FREE LB. LB. Thirty-seven calls required no I
transporting. The back-up unit made
six runs and two patients were I
transported by Trauma I to Univer-
L ..itH SKINLESS a BONELESS sity Hospital in Jacksonville.
$167 GROUND FRYER Rescue assisted Bradford Hospitalwith
$127 $458
PORK LOIN . t9. TURKEY to BREAST . U. one patient in full arrest.
The majority of the patients, 64,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.
CELEBRITY BRAND LEAN Four patients were taken to Shands
SLICE FREE HICKORY SWEET OAK GREEK Hospital, two to Alachua General
SLAB BONELESS Hospital and two to North Florida
Regional Hospital,all in Gainesville.One .
I patient was taken to Lake
: CIIOPPED. : Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
'C5ED Center.

BAgC07N C SA1Mgg of Illness emergencies related calls with topped 29 the people list

.; LB. SIZE needing attention. Cardiac patientswere
I LB. US. CHOICE WHOLE Or HALF LB. the next highest need, with 13
8 FRESH SEMI-BONELESS' 99C full arrest.
$i57 BONELESS $57 }ta
$287' & PIECES . Eleven calls were to people In
HAM ROAST . u RIBEYES . La KIOCTE9 . . U wD BRAND trauma and another nine runs were
ALL VARIETIES to people in trauma resulting from

W-D BRAND BONELESS US. CHOICE W-D BRAND REGULARBOLOGP1A ...., W-D BRAND CHIPPED vehicle accidents. Seven people suffered I
respiratory problems, two
.- SIRLOIN TIPROAST a CHOPPED nKCV MEATS runs were to obstretic patients and
one call was to a victim of a stabb- I
or FRANKS HAM ing.One call was alcohol related ando '
call was to a gunshot wound vic-

'.r ggeL& $209 3gc1Z0z tim.Five calls were cancelled and four

y SIZE' were false alarms.Emergency .

LB. PKt3. Dial 911 I

(- Fi ;ro- FliP Troopers I

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I LpW PRICE tOW PRICE Vehicle Inspections I

Bradford CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during
I s a S
; / I 1 Nature makes the produce. the week of July 14 through July

i I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.'IVIRYDAY. 20 on SR-21, SR-100, SRSR18,
s s SR-16, CR-18 CR16'R.21B,
I _l I I 9 CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CR-231
CR227I221, CR-230 and CR-100A
tUPCRMMND k E;+ ($ I.ty,, HARVEST FRESH in Bradford County.Recognizing I
ORANGE JUICE y ix JUCANTO the danger presentedto
-4 the public by defective vehicle I

o I SALt I! trate equipment their efforts Troopers on vehicles will concen-being I
operated with defects such as baa
800rr brakes, worn tires and defective I
/ lighting equipment. In addition, at-
t EACH tention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
___ : i laws of Florida.
J The Patrol has found these check
HARVEST FRESH points to be an effective means of en-
LOW PRIClS: forcing the equipment and driver
CHERRIES license laws of Florida while Insur-
CRACKIN 99c 1479c the of all motorists.
ing protection
.l1 GOOD 8UPERBDANO ) C Union CountyThe

SALTINES SWEETENED 99C BIRDSEYE 12e1.$219 9 8 Florida Highway Patrol will I
driver license and
TEA LITTLE EARS . be conducting
'. . . CAL LB. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- I
f. 100H SALT FREEerUNSALTED 2 CUSTARD or ORIGINAL ing the week of July 13 through July
1s-aa. $119 .."
2 77 5 No
3 ... $100 t\ c.WASHING STATe RED
BOXES . curs POT PIES ... "; DELICIOUS CR-125 SR-238,, CR-231A CR-18, CR-237 CR-24A, and CR-229 CR-

796A in Union County.

SUPERBRAND 9'80 SARA LEE $1RICEA.RONI. .: APPLES *. !... .................

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Stale 41/SOoctWI l B. All recent high school graduatesand
Bank any other Individuals planningto
_I Starke MEDIUM SNOW CRABCLUSTERS start college classes at Santa Fe
of( /
In the Fall Term
THESE sERVICESwAutele, : p SHRIMP HARVEST.FRESH 29 Ca ,are Community urged to College come by the Andrews
,._ o"a" CABBAGE .1.* 1 Center and complete application to
the college. I
LMnAaofcslions Monty Ordtw With the recently installed news'
CertibMI at DMomy l 0Ip0eIt0ry' FISH ERMA $519 S5'Jg. FRESH 99 C IBM Computer, the College is now
Mart*Account NottyPiMo 'V:;WNARRN At LB. LB. SPINACH wt able to administer the CPT Placement '
HOURS H SEAFOOD FRayawoFl Test, to students Individually..
.wEa: I Lm.-4 aRL :.rJD.1.HIIACLrae NATURAL- The test is scheduled by appointment -. I
SD $101 and there U plenty of time durIng -
THURa aFel. r.Rlaam. JUMBO FRESH $999
$799 MUSHROOMS. fa the summer for students to take
8IV\JRDAY 'Lm.4p.m. WWHITE SHRIMP to COD FILLETS . u $ the test before the Fall rush. I
Financial Aid pickets are
available and there is still time to
apply for a Federal Grant to help:

: cover The college Andrews costs.Center Is open daily I
Food LllL1

Working to GiveyoulheLoweslTolal! has by from your to to local.:40 college to serve and you see, so what drop it !i I

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I News BriefsMan

ArrestedFor Dana Robert Masey, 37, was ar- Johnny Alvin Smith, 20, of Max- Joseph Martin was arrested July 5
rested July 98 for DWLS, yule was arrested July 7 for DWLS, for DWLS, driving under influence,
Growing PotA to Deputy Thrift. He was release according to Patrolman Griffis. He according to Patrolman Perry Gor
31-year-old man with a Lake after a $215.25 surety bond was was released after a $215.25 cash man. He was released on his own
Butler address was arrested July 7 posted. bond was posted. recognizance.Dial .
after two marijuana plants were
found growing on property on CR-235 Lorenzo Tobler, 29, of Penny Michael E. Salcoy, 38, of Wood-
south of CR-229 west of Starke. Farms was arrested July 8 for side, N.Y. was arrested July 7 for 811 Emergency J
The man, James W. Hammond, DWLS, no valid driver's license, ac- wilfully refusing to sign and accept
said the plants were his and that he cording to Trooper Donald Dean. He traffic citation, according to Lt. -
rented the property from A. B. was released after a $465.25 surety Tillotson. He was released after a Looking For A
Whitehead, according to Sheriff bond was posted. $250 cash bond was posted. Good
DeaL ?
Kenneth Etheridge.A ,
James A. 20, of Mid-
search warrant was executed Ingram Keith McCoy Jones was arrestedfor
Check the Classifieds
when two large marijuana plants dleburg was arrested July 8 for failure to pay DWLS, accordingto
were found growing near a shed,ac- DWLS, according to Lt. William Patrolman Jerry Feltner. Bond Jn the B-Section
cording to Chief Deputy Pat Henry, Tillotson. He was released after a was set at $120.25, he was releasedon !
Lt. David A. Aderholt and Deputy $215.25 surety bond was posted. his own recognizance. n
Roman Alvarez.
Hammond was charged with 1 1I
manufacturing cannabis with bond I 1I
set at$1,500. He was released on his I
own recognizance.This .
is the fourth connecting farm
where marijuana has been located
recently, all on property belongingto
the Whitehead family Chargesare
pending as the investigation con-
tinues in the 44 plants found growing

last SPD Drug week Battles,Flow said Etheridge. WHEN YOU HEAR THE SIZZLE OF'WID

During the past 60 days the Starke
Police Department under the direc-
tion of Chief of Police Jimmy R.
Epps conducted a narcotic investigation -

The investigation resulting in with 29 arrests.the cooperation

fie was put forth in an attempt to

the curtail City the of Starke.flow of narcotics within .

During June the department made
50 felony and 71 misdemeanor ar-
rests. The officers wrote 73 traffic
citations and worked 36 traffic ac-
801 calls were processed throughthe
department during the month. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND W-D BRAND W-D BRAND

cleared investigation, 78 resulting of which in 114 arrests.have" been We TBONESTEAK SIRLOIN TOP SIRLOIN DELMONICO TOP SIRLOIN

are proud of that record, said

Epps.Saturday. July 8, the department STEAKS STEAK STRIP STEAK
sponsored Print-A-Kid in front of

printed Williams Village.during 78 Jewelry children the four at were hour Deer period.finger-Foot $27

Starke Charged Woman In RobberyAn S31l LB. 2L7 LB. L14V! LBS21l

18-year-old Starke woman was u crises
charged with strong arm robberyand
battery July 5 after she wile
ly roughed up another woman
stealing her purse.
Annie Denise Green of 1020 N. -
Cherry St. robbed a Clarksville, WiDix e
Ind., woman of $180 July 4, according Brandlshield W-D
to Patrolman Mack Short. The on every
victim was staying at the Temple .cut of beef Winn-Dixie
Motel on US-301. sells. It
means .we'veTM
Green told police she had convinced "'I
the victim to walk with her by hand-selected y&0: t1
saying she was afraid to walk at rl7j steak or roast from
night. The victim agreed to walk the finest U.S. Choice
Green to a lighted area. When they Beef available. It's
rounded a corner of the motel,Green ; :i
and a second woman who had been your assurance that
hiding: behind the building grabbed 'every bite will bee
the victim's purse and flung her to A tender and delicious.
the ground, said Short. And It's a guarantee
Green's bond was set a $4,000, she PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: _that you'll be
remains custody. STARKE ..._........ completely satisfied.
Recent ArrestsIn That's a promise from

Bradford CountyThe The Winn-Dixie.Beef People at

following arrests were madein
Bradford County by local D -

Samuel Lee Williams, 36, was ar- JOAN EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
rested July 8 on warrants charging ofARc LOW PRICE W CE
failure to appear and/or failure to LOW
pay for charges of assault and bat ,
tery, according to Deputy Barry .
King. Bond was set at$615.25,he was I a ll owws
released on his own recognizance. sPIT

Anthony French was arrested July COOKED "SMOKED s
6 for sale and delivery of cocaine NICE A SLOW ROASTS '
(two counts), according to or CHOPPED s '
Patrolman Mack Short. Bond was BARBECUE
set at$10,000, he remains in custody.
Frederick L. Sanders was ar- '
rested July 6 for trespass, accordingto
Patrolman Short. Bond was set at

$1,000 recognizance., he was released on his own LL $399

Terry Scott Holt, 20,of Macclennywas
arrested July 8 on a capias
charging fishing without a license, '
according to Lt. David Aderholt. He OLD FASHION
was released after a $120 cash bond .

Raymond Wesley Chadwick,26,of BUTTER.FUDGE VAN/LLA/ or CRUNCHY or SMOOTH
Jacksonville was arrested July 8 on 9 9
an Alachua County charge of $2 E.L. FUDGE KRAFT

criminal mischief, according to Lt. COOKIES I PEANUT BUTTER \
Aderholt.Bond was set at$250. JELl!

Earl Goolsby,41,was arrested Ju- 9 '$190 :-
ly 7 on a capias for failure to appear DELI CHOICE $11 gg
for worthless check, according to 18-01. ,..o:. 32_
Deputy Danny Thrift.He was released ROAST BEEF PKt]. JAR JAR
after a $120.25 cash bond was

James Alexander Heights was Harper arrested, 33,for of HALF 2 BEER . . TOMATO 'wi TOMATOES . i6p

failure to child support, according LB.
pay ALL VARIETIES 10 W 40, 20 W 80, SHOP
arrears$4,988.68 was ordered to pay PEPSI] = PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
$500 and appear July 18 for a wage
assignment. Harper paid the$500 in ITALIAN COLA =. MOTOR OIL CONVENIENCE AND LOW PRICES
and released. $139
cash was BREAD . S P 81 iiewuranES
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i f Traffic OLD FASHION $449 2-LTR. $108 $109 RED RECEIVE DELICIOUS

{ James Darrell JaCkson 30,while was CAKE DONUTS our oot I BTL. I t....a..:::.. .Cfle APPLEI!
arrested July 3 for driving
license suspended (DWLS), accor- W UMM. LMMT MlMfc. LIGHT CHAMJ Yaab.i. CONDITION KOOY. SHAMPOO X40DV or
;v. ding to Trooper Dwain Hudson. FRENC c'TWIST PRESCRIPTIONPURCHASE
PIZZA .7.7.7 1
;: Peter Wilson Sparks, 88, was arrested uc CELLARS WINE. llfl&$398
I S July 3 for DWLS,according to . .
f Patrolman Gordon Smith. He was
j released on his own recognizance.

:;.1 {;JI Lamar Ardley 22, of Jacksonville

'>1 '-.,I, was arrested to Patrolman July 8 for Dale DWLS Griffis, according I Over 10,000 Everyday Low Prices !

lie bond wa released was posted.after a$215.25 surety ? ,

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County JailProcesses nine arrests; ten people were arrested Incoming telephone calls to according to Lt. David Aderholt.
659 Calls by order of the court,three by 964-6161 totalled 2,586. Calls to 911 Bullard was arrested when he
Lawtey officers, two by Brooker totalled 548 during the month, said returned to Starke for a visit.
iii s 9("That During the month of June 659 calls marshal, one by parole and proba- Etheridge. He was released after $5,000 bond
Boutique 27r--\ were processed through the Brad tion and one by the state attorney's was posted.
ford County Jail office.Of .
Country Crafts. Furniture Craft Supplies Of the number received and the 659 calls processed, 133 Jacksonville Man
answered: 154 arrests were made by were felony investigations, seven Arrested In StarkeA HSVFD Fund
local authorities. The number in- were missing persons, 16 were Reaches $4.000
Custom 2145 WHARF STREETMIDDLEBURO cludes 78 felony, 76 misdemeanor fires/structure/woods, 436 were 26-year-old Jacksonville man
Orders charges, nine DUI arrests and 42 miscellaneous, one was escape,five was arrested July 3 and charged Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
Call for Classes! driving while license suspended,ac- were accidents (worked by county) with attempting to rape a six-year- resents would like to thank the
cording to Sheriff Kenneth with 16 calls to assist at an accident who have so graciously
(904) 2828983HWY. Etheridge. and 40 were calls for burglary. old.Terry Bullard was charged with made donations for the building
Police officers for the City of Deputies wrote 45 traffic citations lewd assault upon a child following fund.
16 E. Past Camp Blanding to Hwy. 21 to Mlddleburg Starke were responsible for 43 arrests served 528 civil papers, recoveredtwo an investigation into an incident As of June $4,112.74 has been rais
Turn Right on Main St. to Wharf St deputies made 85 arrests, stolen vehicles and provided which occurred June 26 at a ed.The
Florida Highway Patrol troopers escort for 24 funeral processions residence on Marklee Starling Rd volunteers have an appraisalon
:: building the station which is
$14,000, which is the goal at this
Recently 1,648lettera were sent to
people in the area asking for dona-
tions, you are asked to please con ,
sider making that donation now. I
"We understand it is easy to say ::1
'we will send some next month,' but "
without donations the project will I
QUANTITY fliGHTS not be a success." said Firefighter
RESERVED... ,. ,
-a stem, "e roarrwwr Jo Cooley. I I
tire protection Is something that i
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. > is easy to take for granted, no one I
.4 ai ., thinks that they will need it but that I
is not the It would be j
E JULY 13-19, 1989 always case. I
nice to know that if you need protec-

WHOLE or RIB HALF MILD. MEDIUM or HOTWHOLE GRAD tion Volunteers it would be are there.trying to maintainthe I

equipment but the weather is
PORK hard on the trucks. We need a
building, said Cooley.
For the safety of your family
please remember the building fund
and send a donation today.
LEGQUARTERS Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
Department Building Fund, P. O.
Box] 342, Starke.Bradford.


LB. PKG. County
Rescue Answers

STORE 110 Calls In June

HOURS Bradford County Emergency
Medical Services Rescue
8 A.M. a total of 110 calls/or/runs during
TIL the month of June, according to
Supervisor Cliff Chapman. I
SLICED 11 P.M. Seventy-three transports required I
the transporting of 78 patients. I
LB. FREE LB. LB. Thirty-seven calls required no I
transporting.The back-up unit made
six runs and two patients were I
transported by Trauma I to Univer-
LOIN HALF $'97 FRESH MARKET $9 ZT FRYER l $458 sity Rescue Hospital assisted in Jacksonville.Bradford Hospital I

PORK LOIN . La GROUND TURKEY La BREAST . . La with one patient in full arrest.
The majority of the patients, 84,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.
CELEBRITY BRAND LEAN Four patients were taken to Shands
SLICE FREE HICKORY SWEET OAK CREEK Hospital, two to Alachua General
BONELESSHAMS Hospital and two to North Florida
J' s\\"lN -- Regional Hospital,all in Gainesville.One .
.. --- I patient was taken to Lake
CHOPPED. Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
58C Center.
Illness related calls topped the list
970 $199 of emergencies with 29 people

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u.s. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF the next highest need, with 13
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$287' $5T & PIECES . t&US Eleven calls were to people in
HAM ROAST. . Llt RIBEYES . La RIBEYES. . La W-D BRAND trauma and another nine runs were
ALL VARIETIES to people in trauma resulting from
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE vehicle accidents. Seven suf-
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> one call was to a victim of a stabbing I
or FRANKS -, One call was alcohol related ando
.w.-,.-cur- call was to a gunshot wound vic-

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ZC6I __ Florida Highway Patrol will I '
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a a a vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- I
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WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. 20 on SR-21, SR-100 SR-230, SR-18, I
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WCRBHAND ; HARVEST FRESH in Bradford County.Recognizing I

ORANGE JUICE: the danger presentedto
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0 I LF $ 48 CANBUHJ equipment, Troopers will concen-
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000 operated with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and defective
I lighting equipment.. In addition, attention I
i EACH will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida.
The Patrol has found these check-

HARVEST FRESH points to be an effective means of en-
.IVIItYD ).OW"IUCIS KOUMTRV FRESH IMITATION forcing the equipment and driver
SLICED BANQUET e CHERRIES license laws of Florida while insur-
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Obituaries; i

Mrs. Ruby AlvarezMrs. He moved to Starke 27 years ago.A Survivors Include his wife, Lois Archer Funeral Home of Lake Services Held for C.D. McKeown,
retired Holiness preacher he wasa Sellers Powell; one son Ray Powellof Butler with Rev. Terry Crawford of-
Ruby Leslie Alvarez, 87, of member of Westside Holiness Bap- Lake Butler; one daughter, Wan- ficiating. Cremation will follow. Head of Bradford Economic Council
Starke, died July 9 at her home tist Church of Jacksonville. He was a da Horn of Tampa; one daughterinlaw Burial will be at a later date In Sapp Charles D. (Chuck) McKeown,60,of Gainesville,died unexpectedly Friday -
following an extended illness. retired carpenter for the Fruit ,Barbara Powell of Lake Butler; Cemetery in Raiford.In July 7, at his summer cottage on Bream Lake near Hawthorne.A .
A lifelong resident of Bradford Growers Express Railroad and an one son-in-law,Raymond W.Horn of lieu of flowers,oth e family requests native of Pensacola, Mr. McKeown came to Gainesville in 1971 as a
County,Mrs.Alvarez was a memberof Army veteran. Tampa; one step-sister, Hazel donations Alzheimer's U.S. Army ROTC instructor at the University of Florida. He retired from
Calvary Baptist Church of Starke. Survivors include his wife, Eva Barnes of Macclenny; three grandchildren Association, 2131 Mango Place, the Army with the rank of colonel in 1974 after 25 years of service, and
Survivors Include one son, James Eddings; three daughters, Rachel Jonathan Powell ofJacksonVille Jacksonville, Fl. 32207. became executive director of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Alvarez of Starke, one daughter, Justice and Rebecca Davis both of David Powell of Lake In January 1987 he was employed as executive director of the newly
Mrs. Marie Schwabe of Winter Jacksonville, and Sharon M Rike of Butler,and Nancy Powell of Starke; organized Bradford County Economic Development Corporation, a posi-
Haven; four grandchildren and nine Vero Beach, three sons, James Grandchildren's mother, Martha Jose S. SantosJose tion he filled for 2V4
great-grandchildren.. of Okeechobee Sherman and Powell of Lake Butlerand two
Phillip : At a recent annual meeting of the American Economic Development
Funeral services were held Tues- David Eddings of Jacksonville; five great-grandchildren, Stephanie & Sablan Santos,71,of Lawtey, Council in Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. McKeown was named chairman-elect of
day, July 10 at the Chapel of Archie Alma Robinette of Tate Powell of Jacksonville. died July 4. in Alachua General the 1700-member for the 1989-90. The Council has members
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Tallahassee, Wanda Green of Funeral services were held July 10 Hospital following an extended il- throughout the U.S.group, Canada, Mexico year and several other countries. He
Roman Alvarez officiating Burial Carlsbad, N.M., Maryzena Dixon of at the Church of Christ in Macclennywith lness. would have been Inducted Into office at the annual conference in May 1990.
was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Lawtey, Doris Adams and Shirley Bro. Sam Durden officiating. Born Mar. 27, 1918 in Saipan Mr. McKeown graduated with a bachelor's degree in business from the
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Gauthier of Starke; five stepsons, Burial was at Woodlawn Cemeteryin North Marianas Mr. Santos moved University of Florida and a master's degree in psychology from the
Starke in charge of arrangements. Damon, Thurman and Greg Macclenny. BrinkleyGuerryFuneral to Lawtey in 1978 from California. University of Miami.His 25-years of Army service included combat duty in
Whitaker all of Starke, Maryland Home of Macclenny is in He was a member of St. Edwards both the Vietnam and Korean wars, during which he received a Purple
William J. Bunnell Whitaker of Daytona Beach, and charge of arrangements.In Catholic Church of Starke,a veteranof Heart and a Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster.Mr. .
Gene Whitaker of Jacksonville; 45 lieu of flowers, the family re- Guam Milicia War and retired
William Jackson Bunnell, 81, of McKeown was also founder of the Florida Basic Economic Develop-
Melrose, died July 7 in the VA grandchildren and 27 great quests contributions be made to: California State Police Officer. ment Course at the University of South Florida, and was president of the
Medical Center of Gainesville grandchildren He was preceded in Alzheimer's Association, 2131 Survivors include his wife Maria Florida Economic Development Council in 1977.
following a sudden attack at his death by one stepson, Donald Mango Place, Jacksonville, Fl. Lujan Garrido Santos; three Survivors include his wife, Barbara of Gainesville; one daughter
home. Whitaker and one stepdaughter, 32207. daughters, Mary Simms of Lawtey, Theresa of Cocoa; three sons, Richard A. and Charles II, both of
Born June 12, 1908 in New York Ci- Allie Pollard. Elizabeth Agata of California and Gainesville, and Michael, of Orlando; his mother, Frances McKeown of
services held July 10
ty, Mr. Bunnell moved to Melrose in Funeral were Hazel Anton, Illinois; one stepdaughter Pensacola; one sister, and two brothers, all of Pensacola.
1980 from High Springs. He was a at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Willie James ProchiazzoJames Barbara Noble of Mid- A mass was celebrated for Mr. McKeown at 10:30: a.m. Monday,July 10
member of Trinity Episcopal Funeral Home with Rev. dleburg; four sons, Eddie, Jesse, in Holy Faith Church of Gainesville, with Father Flannen Walso conduc-
Crews officiating. Burial was in Vincent Prochiazzo, 65, of Jordan and Bill Santos all of River-
Church of Melrose, a retired elec- ting the service. Burial was in Pensacola Tuesday in the Fort Barrancas
tronics technician, an Army veteranof Sapp direction Cemetery of near Archie Starke Tanner under Starke, died July 8 in Bricktown, side,Calif.; one stepson, Jacob Gar- National Cemetery with Williams-Thomas Funeral Home in charge.
WWII, and a member of Fla. Funeral the Home of Starke. N.J. rido of Washington; two brothers, The family requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions may be madeto
Fraternal Order of Polirp. Allan Santos of Guam and Pedro The American Heart Association, 1221 N.W. 13th St., Gainesville, Fl.
A native of Italy, Mr. Prochiazzo Santos of Los Angeles; two sisters, 32601.
Stephen D. Perry moved to Bricktown at an early age. Marie Cruz of Arizona and Estelle
Survivors include his wife, He moved to Starke in 1971 where Santon of Guam; 25 grandchildrenand
Mercedes C. Bunnell; two Stephen D. (Steve) Perry, 29, of has has resided since. He owned and three greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
daughters, Brenda Bunnell of Keystone Heights died July 4 at his operated a motel until his retire- services were held July: 8
Bronx, N.Y., and Teresa Bunnell of home following a sudden illness. ment. He was a member of St. Ed- in St.Edwards Catholic Church with
Melrose; three sons, James J. of Born Nov. 1, 1959 in Starke, Mr. wards Catholic Church of Starke. Father Edward Rooney officiating. Aroseisaiose
Melrose, Henry of Poughkeepsie, Perry was a lifelong resident of the Interment was in Crosby Lake
N.Y., and George of Bronx, N.Y., Keystone area. He was a truck Survivors include two sons: Cemetery under the direction of :
one brother, Henry, of Jersey City, driver for Griffin Industries of Domonick of Melbourne, Fl., and Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
N.J.; and nine grandchildren. Hampton.Survivors. Vincent of Starke; five daughters
include his Joanne Delliboui of Hollywood Rose
parents ,
Funeral services were held Mon-
day in Jones Funeral Home of Henry D. & Margie Walters Perry of Mary Scheider of Bricktown Mary Mrs. Maxine VannMrs. even when its a
Keystone Interment in Keystone Heights; one daughter, Ann Prochiazzo of Starke, Victoria
Forest Meadows Heights. east was of Stephanie, also of Keystone, two Azaceta of Bayville. N.J.,and Fran- Maxine Vann, 59, of Hampton
Gainesville, under Cemetery the direction, of sons, Michael and Stephen, both of cis Ebner of Bricktown; fourteen ,died July 8 at Shands Hospital in
Keystone; two brothers, Ronald of grandchildren and seven great- Gainesville following an extended il-
Jones Funeral Home.
Gainesville and Tony of Jackson- grandchildren. lness.
Mrs. Jessie Dillinger ville, two sisters, Cheryl Perry and Rosary! was July 10 at the Chapelof Born and raised in Sarasota Mrs. harg w.
Renee Cooper, both of Keystone; his Archie Tanner Funeral Home. Vann moved to Ocala in 1965, later
Mrs.Jessie Lucille Dillinger,71,of grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Isham Mass was July 11 at St. Edwards moving to Starke in 1977. She was a
Starke, died Thursday, July 6 at Perry of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Catholic Church with Father Jeff member of Friendship Bible Churchin
Alachua General Hospital in Mrs. Lillie Walters of Loretto,Tenn. McGowen officiating. Burial was in Sarasota.
Gainesville, following an extended Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Survivors include her husband,
illness.A Funeral services were held July 8 Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Ralph Vann of Hampton one son,
native of New Holland, Ohio, in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. charge of arrangements. Reggie L. Roe of Starke; three
Mrs. Dillinger moved to Deerfield Pat Murphy officiating. Intermentwas daughters, Linda K. Harn of Lake
Fl at an early age, then moved to in Sapp Cemetery near Raiford Butler,Judy A. Krolikowsky Lake
Starke in 1957,where she has resided under the direction of Jones Funeral Mrs. Marion RobbinsMrs. City and June K. Darga of Starke.
since. She was a Methodist.
Home. Funeral services were held July 12
Survivors include three sons, Marion D. Robbins,74,of In- at the Chapel of Archie Tanner ha'J
Ralph E.of Deerfield Beach, Robertof terlachen,died Tuesday at her home Funeral Home with Rev.J.D.Robinson -
Starke, and Roger of Jackson- Tate Powell Jr. after an extended Illness. officiating. Burial was in Crosby
ville; fifteen grandchildren and one Born in Fall River Mass., Mrs. Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner
great-grandchild. Tate Powell,Jr.,83,of Macclenny, Robbins moved to Florida in 1951. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
Graveside funeral services were died Friday in Macclenny after an She lived in Starke until moving to arrangements. xa d
held July 10 at Pine Grove Cemeterywith extended illness. Interlachen one year ago. She was a
Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Ar- Born in Macclenny, Mr. Powell Catholic. and a homemaker. Card of ThanksThe
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkewas moved to Jacksonville in his early Survivors include two daughters At ; .
iif charge of arrangements life, but returned to Macclenny in Brenda Rochan of Interlachen and family of James P. Eddings } t! low summer prices, roses are just Y
1930. He was a retired newspaper Paula Moore of Raiford; one extends their thanks to all their x
James P. Eddings publisher and published the Baker brother,Edward Desrosiers of Sum- friends who expressed sympathyand $1 495
James Perry Eddings, 68, of County Press in Macclenny for forty merset, Mass.; one sister, Rita for all the prayers, food and per doz. '
Starke died suddenly Saturday, July years. He was a past member of the Afonse of Dighton, Mass.; four flowers.A B
8 at his home. Lions Club and past-president of the grandchildren and two great- special thank you to Archie Tan- f k+
Born March 30, 1921 in Raiford, Florida Press Association. He was a grandchildren.Funeral ner and Rev. Willie Crews & Rev.
Eddings was the son of the late J.J. member of the Church of Christ of services will be held John Waldon.
I Eddjngs and Mattie Isman Eddings. Macclenny. Thursday at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of The Family of J.P.Eddings ; tWAME

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by-step process, said Glenn Moore, evidence establishes only a slight ability to work is compared to his or On an average, disability deci- 224 N. TEMPLE AVE STARKE
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Gainesville said today. minimal effect on ability to work. If cant is unable to do the kind of work more information, call 964-5066 in 964-7711
When someone who is not working evidence shows that the disabling previously done,.the claim will still Bradford County.
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Dr. Bruce Pollock, principal physician at Bradford Family Practice
earned his medical degree from the University of Miami. He is board-
certified In family practice.Dr.Pollock,who formerly practiced In Union
County,will be joined by another physician later this year.
Under Dr. Pollock's supervision, physicians from the University of
Florida College of Medicine's family practice residency program will also
provide medical care during their rotations through Bradford Family
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Freshman registration begins ,Class Piano,Real Estate Applications for the Altrusa-Santa
next week for all students planning Principles, First Aid and Public Fe Scholarship are available at the GREAT
to take Fall 1989 classes at the An- Speaking are among the many SFCC Andrews Center. This $500
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College in Starke. public. or older to attend Santa Fe Com-
The special registration, for new The Fall Term begins August 24 munity College; as either a fulltimeor
students only,will take place July 18 and ends December 19. part-time student.
and 19 at the College office in the Registration hours for new Applicants for the scholarship
venerable old courthouse which has students July 18 and 19 will be from should apply before July 28 and will r
recently received its first new roof 10 a.m to 4 p.m. be notified by August 17
since it was built in 1902. The
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completes the beautiful renovation Graduates CoursePvt.
begun in 1985 following a Guy An- r
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million was raised here to provide P f c. Pomerleau graduated from the U.S. Army ar-
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German and Anatomy andPhyslolo Mo., to begin his basic training for armament and small weapons.
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stores in Keystone Heights, Starke, Ace has established a VIP Service in from the full-line
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71 P.150 4x4 TRUCKS aluminum rim., THREE BEDROOM HOME living RENTLEASESALEOFFICE SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone, Downtown
and barn.
room 100 ACRESt six room house
12.90x33x13 RVT. Storke Reduced
no run to 49900.
gone dining kitchen 1 bath
carp.t.air. $2000Acre.Phone
through front end thoroughly new fenced back yard. Outside Owner will finance. SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3300..f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths S two
rebuilt .351 W, !I... than 1,000 mil... limits. $260 mo. Call 9642910. 2tchg city 964.7771 or OWNER 9644537.In 10/20TF city no Hwy 301 Stark. Apply at Durrance % baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2'/i acres with sprinkler system 3 sunbathing
N.w Kenwood AM/FM/cassette/auto 7/13.20 LOT FOR Zoned for modular Pump B Supply 9647061. 8/25TF decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
reverse with four speakers; new dual HOUSE FOR RENT reasonable, quiet for Call 964.5764 from 8.5 FOR SALE BY OWNERS small mobile ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
homes. 5000.
exhaust. $3,000. Must .11.!! Call elderly couple Travel trailer will rent after 5 and weekends call home park on Grlffls Loop (Rd. 100-A). OWNER FINANCE Ralford2BP. IBa. frame home 1.63 Ac.,
964-3939 after 5 p.m. Keep trying. 4t or ..11. reasonable, needs work. 964.5251.3/16TFrw p.m.; Four lots with three mobile homes and landscaped $ 20,000NE

6/29.7/20 9649612. Home for rent for homeless room for more. Rental Income $700 26th AVE 2BR 1 bath carport porch $ 26.000
$MOO CASH or take'over note of $242 women Itpd 7/13 RALPH BRYAN REALTY,'..-..7. monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964.8970 or ELEGANCE THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba, concrete block, window treatments,
with $500 down. 86 Dodg. Shelby STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to LAND 2Vt ACRES UP with well S septic.EZ 964-4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF 3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrlg DW garage with door opener antenna
Charger turbo, AC speed, sunroof your work? We have clean mobile owner financing. North of Lawtey or OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy. 301. Rent with rotary booster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
stereo, ground effects pack. homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF South of Hampton. negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy

AM/FM/cassette. Maroon and silver. FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities RALPH BRYAN REALTY,'.....71 964.5516.13TF Susan table, hothouse, tool' shed separate pumphouse, total electric
7823689. Itpd 7/13 paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA LANDI) LOTS OP LAND in every direction FOR LEASE Across from KOA/Wal-Mart. beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
1973 PORD MUSTANG 302 engine, run HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF from Starke. From Sl.OOO/acre with EZ REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft.--S600; 1250 HOME 4 BEDROOMS, SV4 BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foy.r.LR. ,
good. Int.rlor needs tome work. CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. sq.ft.-$430: 1000 sq,ft.-$290. 964.8447
terms. DR, kitchen wrefrlg, range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundryroom
1000. Call 782.3733 after 6 p.m., ask extras, reasonable rents. PINES, RALPH BRYAN REALTY'...BI7. or eves 4733627. 6/15TF and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spaklousback
for Danny or Marl. Itpd 7/13 MOTEL 6 RESTAURANT with living
496-2366 SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF yard with
security lights. Only
19M FORD F-lSOl Blue with aluminum ONE quarters on 12 acres. 760 ft. highway
rims and Grand Am radial tlrei. BEDROOM 1 bath apartmentdownstairs 13 ACRES perfect for numerous projects frontage. 20 rooms, 10 kitchenettes, on CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR. 2 Ba plenty of storage space CHSA. wood
across from Wlnn Dixie. (farming, animals, mobile home pork, heater built In 25x15 3 other 'lots of ,
AM/FM/ca..II., dual gas tanks, AC $175 month Castle Properties Hwy 301 North. Must sell due to poor stove patio buildings, 2 acres, trees
plus deposit. catfish farm etc.use Imagination
your garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80.000
health. Owner will hold with
miles. Take
15,000 For mortgage
USA Inc., William D. Tiffin Lie.
Owner will hold note
) 29500. KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/IBo cent heat window
mar. Info call 964.2489 after 5 p.m. Real Estate Broker 9645065. Itchg reasonable down. Coll 964.7184 10 carpet
Itpd 7/13 7/13 with 1/3 down. Call after weekends 6 p.m.weekdays am.10 p.m. 4tchg 6/29.7/20 air stove, refrlg DW. 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard ..Ic.lot $ 38,000

. 'U PONTIAC TRANS AM V8. PS PB, 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi CHSA carpet anytime 9644430. 6/29TF WAREHOUSE-OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE HWY.301 SOUTH) Frame. 3 BR, 2 Ba, CH&A, 1539 s.f.,1.7 acres. $ 45,000

e t-top tilt steering AM/FM sharp look. aboveground pool $350 month plus 2V4 9648970.TO S ACRES 964-8705 some with 2 S 3 BR OR RENT 3,000-9,000 sq.ft., located at PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR I 'Is ba. brick. CH8A, 100x109 lot REDUCED to$ 39.000
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine In N.W.65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba. 5 acres $ 73,000
Ing car. Asking $6800. For more Information deposit. Castle Properties USA Inc., trailers, pole 8 well. Small down
485-2645. Itchg 7/13 William D. Tiffin. Lie. Real Estate payment.septic Owner finance at 12%. dustries. Contact Diane Ely 9645294. BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR. 1 ba CB wood floors, 1185 s.f., 3 acres $ 60,000
DES PONTIACi 6 byllnder station Broker 964-5063. Itchg 7/13 354-7843 2596810. 2597569. Itchg Itchg 7/13 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water IBR/IBo. $ 90.000
wagon. Best offer. Call 7823355. Itchg 3 BR HOME 1 3/4 baths, CHSA carpet 7/13 BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ ".000

': 7/13 Ig. screen back porch no pets. LAWTEY ACREAGE With Road Frontage.Call LOST/FOUND MENG DAIRY ROAD. 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CHSA so near $ 40.000
964.5356.Itpd 7/13 for detail MATHEWS REALTY HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA. screened patio with BBQ grill.
FOR RENT HWY. 301.3 miles North of Starke. Small '".446'. Also 3 BR MH, 1'/ ba on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.
3 BR house, room for garden. $200 per neck. Shepherd & Husky. Call 9649075.on .....COMMERCIAL.....
MOIILI HOME LOTS with city water month plus $100 deposit. Call 473-4993 2tpd 7/6-13 NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished one
ewer, cable TV. 9647498. 1/I2TF Saturday 7/8. Itchg 7/13 LOST-SMALL BLACK DOG lost July 4. BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
; FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 bath near R.V.s, CAMPERS, Kingsley Lake. 'Muffin'. Coll 533.2462 cooling unit In each apartment. $147,000
schools. $200 month. No Call
water ..w.r. cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. 533.2235 after 7/6TF pets. TRAVEL TRAILERS or Jax 3885151. Itpd 7/13 RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N. two 2100 s.f. bldgs.,
'".74". 1/12TF p.m. paved parking. Good business Opportunity $220,000
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. approxImately 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000
Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF Club. 2 miles east on 16 near Country 1975 BELLEVUE 23 ft. self contained WANTEDWANT 301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85,000
4311097. 2tchg 7/13.20 8, condition. Call
sleeps air. good
THREE 1 of
BEDROOM bath CHSA use 2 9645571. 2tpd 7/13-20
no children or pets. No drinking or Call for Lot Listings//
964.5687. 3 miles acres plus 1 year lease. $365 mo $350 .S TRANSTAR MOBILE HOME 20 ft. ex TO BUY used aluminum tin off
South of
dope.Starke. 7/6-27 deposit. Take North 301 from Stark. to cellent. 7823673. Itpd 7/13 chicken houses. Will remove. Aft.r Hours

TWO BEDROOM 4lchg MOBILE HOME quiet NE 50th East to NE 11th right to signs. Waycross, Ga. (9122851610.) 4tpd Ann. Terwlllegar\ Nelson . . . . . .473.7541
Showing house Sunday July 16 10 6/22-7/13
location partially furnished no a.m. until and Saturday July 22. 2tpd ST. GEORGE MISSION needs material Paulin. Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

children. 782-3344, 7823942. 6/15TFce 7/13.20 Classified Ads Items such as clothes, furniture, etc.. Debra Connaughton . . . . . . .964.2833
bath house on Grlffls Loop. Large REAL ESTATE Get Results to Itpd help 7/13 the less fortunates. 9646912. Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4223

beautiful yard front & back porch
carpet throughout AC & ceiling fans, OUT OF AREA ,.

stove, refrlg dishwasher

washer/dryer hookup. Call Susan OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots

Faulkner Realty Inc., 9645069. 4tchg river access, $5450 Each. No ; .

iJ/1, 6/29-7/20 HOUSE In Lawtey lots of space., money 1.236.4579 down or 16222438.$65.41 monthly.1/7TF Owner ; : 'I rS i 'Q pE Sa l

$323/month plus deposit. Castle Properties .
USA Inc., William D. Tiffin Lie.
Real Estate Broker 9645065. Itchg ANIMALS & PETS
7/13 FOR SALEFREE BY OWNER. [ CR 229* N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613

u fenced child. 43 Acres. with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000
1 $250
:: large yard
PUPPIES 2 female, 1 t male. On Paved Road In
P" negotlabl>964-6064 or 7553365. Itpd 7823634. 'ltm| e Beautiful Lake Lots!

W 7113... HORSE FOR SALE registered I yr. old filly Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up
LEASE-PURCHASE PLAN AVAILABLE and 11 yr. old mare quarterhorse, Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn HERITAGE VILLAS
new gorgeous 3 BR, 2 bath 2 car, good rider. Call eves 782.1086 or Alachua County
fireplace, deck S more. $650 per mo.
This home Is located at 1719 E. Call St. MYNNAH 9643692.BIRD 3tpd S 7/6-20 CAGE will talk. $175. Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000 607 Bradford (Court in Starke

Other new rental home starting at$450 Call 483-2562 after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/13 Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

per month. Call Hensen Homes Corp at STOCKY QUARTERHORSE 4 years old. Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

TWO 18002HENSEN.BEDROOM mobile Itpd 7/13 home: 964.8614 Gentle, good with beginners. $700. e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

.gr 964-3768. 4tchg 7/13.8/3 964.7512.Itpd 7/13 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
FREE KITTENS 2 1 black free to '
TWO BEDROOM furnished house, nice, good home. 6 wks. old. All male. For Sale or Lease. Rental Information and applications are available at the

quiet shaded lot close to shopping. 7823807. Itchg 7/13 200 Acres nearTheressa ...................................$1.000 Acre Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke
Working adults, no pets, no excep HAPPY JACK FLEA CARD all metal Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 Equal

tions.12:00.: $250 Itpd plus 713UN.UINISHED security. 964.6680 after home patented without device controls fleas In exterminators the e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 Call 964-6216 @ Housing

HOUSE Grlffls loop. I Results pesticides overnight.or GATOR II 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15.000 Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 p.m. OpportunityAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

$300, first S last deposit FARM SUPPLY, OLE GLORY FEED S .Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each

calls.1-813-763-3029 2tchg 7/13.20 after 9 p.m. No collect GOLDKIST STORES IN STARKE. 4tpd 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake, Keystone Hgts. $65.000

CLtAN I BEDROOM APT stove, ref r. No 7/13.8/3 e New 2 BR 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease

pets. $65 weekly utilities Included. e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd Starke $55.000 '

,9646232. Itpd 7/13 BOATS I Accelerated JRealtr.
LARGE DOUBLE WIDE. 3 BR, 2 bath on Vi ;

acre lot. $300 per month $100 deposit. 14% Ft FIBERGLASS STUMPKNOCKER BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY

9648704. Itpd 7/13 fishing boat and trailer. Two swivel
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR apt. seats, two walk-through live wells, Ronald E. Newman, Sr. 964-4544
Houck Apts. 830 N. Temple Ave. condition. $595 cash. 9642227.
Call 373-9560
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964-9424JJtchg 7/13.20
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OUTLAW a COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB, CHSA large Utility Bldg., |
Fenced Area for Horses, 2.5 Acres.
: SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room CHSA Stove S
Rein 180 ft. On the Water Well.S Septic.
NORWOOD S/D 4BR/2BA Brick CHSA Range Refrl S Dishwasher 6x6 |

Porch Sun Deck In Back 10x12. Well S Septic.
NORTH OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick, large Family Room CHSA 2946 SF, 2 ] .
oujan M. r-aulkner. GRI. CRB Presidentt .
: Porches 1.7 Acres. Nice Shade Trees.
Garages Large Family Room on
r .-... 'r HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA. CB Large Living Room Stove, Refrl S j .
bpatPickiOn IdI:: C Spry Dishwasher 1 Acre.

0 HOW INQ' REALTOR MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home, CHSA Above Ground Swimming | .
Pool Storage Bldg., large Lot w/landscaplng.
I 4 REALTOR! FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHSA 20x30 | .

" .-ERA Faulkner Realty 'Inc. Workshop Fishpond Well S Septic.
A-Frame w/Porches All Around Stove,
.rt'Kl 'I ') li"V.iti 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA.

F Located" Hwy. 301,2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. ;; ll:. l.J--'r-l-| : | Refrl Wood Burning Stove, Pole Barn 24x50 Tool Shet 8x9, Well S Septic. I
HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH Commercial S Residential 300-Foot Frontage, Two I .
HISTORIC AREA Mobile Homes S Comm. Bldg., Well S Septic.
VERSATILE PROPERTY (now being used a. U.S. Solar) Large CHSA Stove S Refrl 1536 SF, Nice |
t VERY fish 6 Bedrooms JVi baths CHSA 6 fireplaces,ever SOOO SF on one acre. CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB S Frame ,
3BR. 280 home, with deck large pond.
[ several buildings and 8'1i acres plus Corner Lot.

I Priced to sell In a package. *IN STARKHi Close to hasp.. CB. 3/1. CHSA 38500. ON SAMPSON RIVER 3BR/2V4SA. Two-Story log Home CHSA. Stove
*NICE BUILDING LOT past hospital. Refrl S Dishwasher 3000 SF. Front S Bock Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well |
*HWY. Ml Ni 514' frontage, 10 acres, city water sewer 6 electric. I *LAWTEYi Stucco on one acre, 3/1 CHSA.
. S Lot.
;., site. 13500. *PRIVACY close In, 2/1. frame chain link fence, 16000. Septic large
*5 S/4 ACRES wooded building .
3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB. large living Dining ,
3 MH rental on 4 acres. Owner inane- Brick. 3/2. CHSA large lot only 56000.
mobile home plus spaces ASOUTHOATf)
*TWO HOMES I offer listed 15000. Family Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook CHSA, Garage, .Well S Septic.
*SAMPSON LAKE LOT owner anxious, wants
r *CUSTOM 1MB (28x60); ) on 1 acre, 39900. Assumable mortgage by qualifying.' *LAKI COTTAGE on clear sand-bottom lake 17 miles from Slarke. $44,900. SELECTED PROPERTIES

,: Can 2 additional acres.TWO *RAIFORO A.14/2. over 2500 sq.ft.. on 1 acre. 59000.
purchase .....
Assumable mortgage. Low down pay. refr., extra Insulation WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobil. Home Lot 100x200
! ACRUt cleared priced at 10500. *CHARMING 3/2 stucco on 1 acre, CHSA FP DW rang.
HOME SLOG LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water S Sewage Owner Financing.
Se. this one! $65.000
Paved driveway nice landscaping.
j, manto energy HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/O Iraak....
reduced to 45900. Owner financing. home.
suitable to store motor
*LAWT1VI houl..lult| *LARGE LOT IN CITY) 100x200, w/30x30 garage
*llDUCID1,ri-Kl? l HI A. kitchen equipped only 39900. *COMMERCIAL South US 301. 3 plus acres with metal bldg.. S mobile home. FOUR S-ACRI TRACTS RIVERFRONT Brooker.LOTS Owner Rrook Financing..... Owner
2-ACRE Financing.
all entertainment.
for see.
recreation room your timber close to club.
. *COUNTRY CLUB Huge *40 ACRISi heavy country '
: *LAKE LOT Beautiful cl..,r filled lot with septic. Hampton lake *WILL SEPTIC TANK on I 1/4 acre, zoned for MH. (REDUCED) LAKE GENEVA large lot. 100 ft. an the Water.
from Vi 3ftXS. COMMERCIAL 301 N, CI Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400
; *OWNER FINANCING acreage, several parcels available acre to *1J4 ACRES Paved road frontage 4 miles to Starke. Hwy Two-Story
I BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick S cedar farm home 4/2'1i. 72 acre SF. Owner Financing.
I acres. *
some '
obt"Sround pool. stall barn stocked fish pond. Priced 19 ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Rood. Will Divide.
*711' ACRES *OH SOUTH US Mil S plus acre with home S barn. Owner financing. ,
10 AcrePecan Grove. Will Divide. Well S Septic. Owner Financing.
sell LAWTIY AREA nice home CHSA on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful.
to at 65000. *
executive home. Call for 6 Acre Well Septic and Power Pole. Has Cypress Pond.,
beautiful appointment.
. I *HAMPTON LAKE 2 acres with *LAKI LIVING AT ITS MST Beautiful, high S dry lot; area's finest home. .
. Water a
..'. 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. lOOW. City Sewege.l
ftSAMIWA HEIGHTS 3 BR. *COUNTRY LIVING) over 2400 f.. CHSA 5 acres paved road extra nice .
2 Ba 1 acre, needs some repair., IN STARKE 3 BR. 1M Ba. CHSA. 47000. ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
*M.OOOi 3BR on *BRICK ) New River.. Well I Septk.
I f $ ACRES Frontage on
A. *CONVENIENT TO STARXI Oft GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f.
: that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture beautiful oaks,
Call One .of Our Professionallgi : bam, _.f-.d. water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. MAKE YOU NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATED

i Trained Staff Today,.:9615069 '. Call Us About I AFTER HOURS

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full-time FOR SALE If TRI-HULL Fish N' Ski. 43 HP Chrysler 3 BR JV4 BA 1400'so. ft. lakefront CHOW CHOW one registered block male RICK HOME ON ONI ACRI Four
RN POSITIONS. 2 petitions runt good extros. $1,000 OBO. Perfect condition. Motivated owner chow chow. Hotpolnt regrlgerator with bedroom 3 both In the country. Swim

available.. Paid Med/Surg time off program.experiencepreferred. Apply HOMES FOR SALE 475-2133. Itpd 713YARD 6/22-7/13 transferred 49000.. 473.7912 4tchg.. ice-mpker$85.00. Call 496-3694. Itchg. 119500.ming pool Call and satellite.496-3939.Large day oakt.and

to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery HUGHES MOIILI HOMES Starke 7/13. 6/22
ATTRACTIVE ALMOST NEW brick home, 454-1595, evenings tfn/chg.
Center Sit 100 A 121. lake Butler.' EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or SALES
3 BR, 2 BA on :3.9 acres Country atmosphere MELROSE HOMES one 1100 sq ft. concrete -
4962323. 3/16TF erected shell. 3 men 3 days. 964-8447 but close to golf court. Only block haute one 900 tq ft rental
LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT for small retirement or eves 4733627. 4/30TF MOVING OUT OP STATE Mutt tell 65000. Century 21 Showcase Pro HEAL: ESTATE hou... Barn-hone corral fenced-on 6
home. Non-drinker old.r or everything. Camper Ireeiert tool, poitlet. Inc. 4734903. 4rchg 6/22-7/13 acres large oak. $94,000. Call
retired coup).. Call 468-2619 Su-EI's RALPH BRYAN REALTY, V64-M7I etc. Will tell for two weeks. 473-7682. FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BRRA luxury'' 496-3953 daytime (ask for Tracy).
Retirement Home. 6/8TF BEST BUYS 3/1 frame, central A/H. In Gat Line Rd. 2tpd 7/6.13 condo. Garage screened porch B TO 30 ACRES with large concrete 475-5677 after 9pm.
ATTENTION HIRING) Government town, $26.000.REDUCED FRIDAY t SATURDAY July 14, IS at Golf overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 evenings barns Also, new doublewlde on I acre
Jobs, your area. $17.840-$69.483. Call $2.800i 3 BR 2 bo on State Rd. Club Estates on Ponce de Leon St. or weekends 4tchg 6/29.7/20 or larger In country. Call 496-3939
1.602.838.8885. Ext R3493. 4tpd 230. living/dining room family room Household goods, golf clubs and bag. LAKE COTTAGE for tale on Spring day. 4S4-159S evenings, tfn/chg. FOR RENT
6/22.7/13 with fireplace, garage and complete Jayco motor home. Itpd 7/13 Lake. $60,000 cash. Swim ski flth. Kit 6/22
EASY WORKI I EXCELLENT PAY) Assemble satellite system. $59,500. GARAGE SALE Friday and Saturday July chen 2 BR/1 BA, LR/DR comb., porch DOUBLEWIDI ON 1 ACRI custom built 2 OFFICE SPACI. 150 W. Main Street
product at home. Call for Information ./2 MOBILE HOMI with addition. CHSA. 14 B 15. 8 a.m. 7699 Clover Lane, KH. well utility room tandy beach. bedroom. Fenced with large oakt. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
504641-8003, .xt. 9579. 4tpd enclosed patio on 1 acre, close to Itpd 7/13 4733151. Stchg 6/29-7/27 Owner financing available. Mutt tell. MOBILE HOMIS AND LOTS for rent In
6/22.7/13 town. SATURDAY, JULY IS Family yard sole 9 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft. on Coll 4-3939 day.. 4541595. even- lake Butler Call 4971294. Fort While.
ANYONE CAN APPLY I Guaranteed RALPH. BRYAN REALTY,f 641171v til 2. Orchid S Woman's Club Or. Itpd Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 tq. ft. Ingi. Hn/chg. 6/29 Contact Fred Adams. 6/22 4tpd. 7/13
Vlta/MC US Charge. Ev.n with bad 7/13 Retiring owner mutt tell. Assumable POUR ACRES MOl with large oaks on SR MOBILE HOMI LOTS for r.nt In Pro
credit. No one refuted.' Call ((213)) THRU BEDROOM, 2'1 bath 2 story JULY 14, IS 116 Sleeper sofa old console mortgage. 149500. 14734375. 4tchg II. Daniel Crapp Agency Realtor. Call vidence. On block off SR 238. Large
925-9906 .xt. U4424. 4tpd 6/22-7/13 frame, 16x16 storage, attached garage radio double bed collectable Cole at 496-1776.2tpd. 7/6. 7/13 lot. For more Information call 7521122.
ATTENTION! EARN MONEY READING with storage, 44x38/ shelter, 14x50 and more. McRae area 7198 CR 315, FOR SALE 6'1/2 ACRES MOl 4 bedroom 2 both, 7/6 2tpd 7/13.
BOOKSI I $32,000/year Income potential mobile home en 10 acre $74,000. Call 1/2 mile S of 214 intertectlon. new houte looking for new owners. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished
Details. 1.602.838.8885 Ext. Bk collect, 0-259-6649 Patricia Gray Real 4737413. Itchg 7/13 QUEEN SIZE WATERBED water skis, 75 Daniel Croppi Agency Realtor. Call mobile home, alr-condltloned. In
3493.3tpd 6/29.7/13 ty. 5/23TP GEORGE'S YARD SALE Saturday 8 Sun Grande Torino Ford 351 Windsor Gal. 4962776. 2tpd. 7/6 7/13. residential area $19000 per month
PART-TIME MAINTENANCE MAN for RENTAL HOUSE Stork for Sale: 2 BR, 1 day 9 a.m. Paynet Road off Brooklyn engine, AT Collectors Item. '65 Ford with $100.00 security depotlt. Call
electrical and carpentry work. 8 to 16 bath, full basement two stock block Bay. Slgnt. Itpd 7/13 Ranch Wagon 352 engine, AT S. AC. HELP WANTEDATTENTIONHIRINGI "96.3452.7/13 2tpd 7/20.
hours p.r w..k. 9646541. 3tchg home, CH1A currently rented. MUST 473-4186 2tchg 7/13/20 FOR RENT mobile homes and mobile
6/29-7/13 SELL-REDUCED to $23,500. Eves LEGAL SERVICESOR UNIQUE UPRIGHT PIANO with bench. home lots. Apply at Managers Office.
AVON SUPER SUMMER SPSCIAli earn 4733627. 6/8TF Excellent condition $750. 473.0141 Government |obs- 415 S.W. 7th Ave. Lake Butler. 7/13
$8.10 per hour working from your COUNTRY LIVING In Graham: 2 acre, 3 evenings B weekendi. 2tpd 7/13-20 your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call 8/3.
home. S5 Investment. Call ((904)) BR wood heater air screened porcf PERSONALDIVORCE TWIN BED SIZE Stearns and Fatter 1(602)838-8889( ) Ext. R9I27. 7/6 3tpd. 4tpd
462-2745. Leave name I phone and sun deck. $42,500 or make offer. "Hyde Park"firm matlr...and box springs 7/20
number. 4tpd 7/6-27 4851189. 6tchg 6/8-7/13 ((2 sets). Cost $600 each tet new ATTENTION Earn money reading books NOTICE
HARDWARE MAN WANTED apply at BY OWNER 4BR, 2 Ba home near $35 In office or by mall. Weddings Am changing to .1.. bed < will $32,000/yeor Income potential. Detail
Acm. Hardware, 301 E. Call St.. Southtide School. Fireplace, screened $23 Name change, stepchild tell these for $85 each set or $150 both call 1(402)838.8885( ) Ext. 89127. 7/06 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
Stark. Itchg 7/13 porch fully equipped kitchen completely adoption wills, legal and teperatlon.Park Between tett. Lik. new condition. Call Janle 3tpd. 720ATTENTION to the Union County Times office
LICENSED COSMETOLOGISTi 9644131. carpeted CHSA. located on 3 Mlddleburg Orange Wiles at 473-3971 for appointment to Excellent Income for home In and paid In advance
Itchg 713FULLTIME large wooded lott. 84900. 964-5459. 272-3029 8tpd 76824MOBILE .... Itpd 7/13 assembly work For Info call unless credit writing It already establishedwith
SECRETARY 50 CWPM, confidential 4tpd 6/22-7/13 KIMBALL ORGAN Swinger 100 with 504-646-1700, Dept P2912. 7/6 3tpd. this office.
experienced flexible pr'nn FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR, 1''A bath CB HOMES magic chord. Look I ploys great 7/20 THE TIMES STAFF' CANNOT Bl HELD
to provide administrative and medical home, dining/kitchen combined large FOR SALE $225. 4733159. Itchg 7/13 liON TV many needed for commer RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
staff tecretarial support. Medical terminology living room with tkyllghtt CH screened OKRA FOR SALE 4733852. Itpd 7/13 cials. Now hiring all ages. For costing CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
desired.' Competitive salary back porch. '/ acre corner lot fenced POWER MOWER self propelled, 22" cut Info. Call (6157797111.) ext. T-946. 7/6 THE TELEPHONE.
24 X 44 DOUBLEWIDI 2 BR/2 BA all
excellent benef itt. Apply to Pertonnel In. Corner 230 Eatt S SE Itt. $80. Metal tool box fits mld-slxe pick- Stpd. 83IMMEDIATE Classified, deadline It MONDAY S
electric with CH/A on fenced S acres, Butler
OPENINGS Lak. Apparel -
Ramadan Hand Inttitute. Lak. Butler 9649505. Itpd 713MATHEWS up $35. 473-7989. Itcho 7/13
$21,500 or with fenced 10 acres, Company Daytime employment P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Hospital P.O. Box 748. lake Butler Fl *
words for
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4737619. 7/13-20 Minimum charge
28500. Slpd
32054 ((904)) 496-2323 2tchg 7/13.20 REALTY,964-4469 LAND FOR SALE Good benefits package Will train then 1 15 cents'for each word thereafter.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA HISTORICAL One of Starke't oldest 2 Apply In perton. Phone 4963601. 7/13

Opening available In teveral areat. story homes. Just remodeled. Very of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Clay County. 1 4tchg. 6/3.
Will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620. fordable at 42500. PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING acre lots, D/W acceptable. School but
...1.362. 4tpd 7/13.8/3 PEACEFUL QUIET Near Southside route, city water available, owner MOBILE HOMES YARD SALEMULTIFAMILY
HELP NEEDED FOR LAWN SERVICE Elementary Brick 3 BR 2 baT CH&A MACHINES CLEANED oiled and financing low Interest. .473-4890 leave
9644238. Itchg 7/13 corner lot.THERESSAi odjutt tension in your home. Special message. 3tchg 6/29-7/13 FOR SALE YARD SALE children and
ELECTRICIAN HELPER immediate open- Enloy| country living In this $14.93. Repair all brandt. Work LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks 14900. adult clothes, curtains, linens, furniture -
Ing. 40 plus hours, holidays, vocation beautiful 3/2 CB on one wooded acre, guaranteed. 473-7862. 7/6 tfnchg $500 down $181 month. Phone REPOS $500.00 dn. on 14' wide.. kitchen things, toys. You nameIt
Insurance, pay commenturate with ex 55000. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain fines .473-4367 after 6 p.m. 4755675. 4tod $1000.00 dn. on doublewldet. We we're telling Ill) Ralford, South 229
perience. Call Now! 9648786. Itchg HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick beauty relayed. Prices reatonable. Bradford 2 ACRES on developing communitynear finance Anyone can buy Bad creditor Saturday July 15 9am 2pm. Itchg.
7/13 ((1987)), one acre, commute to Starke or Septic Tanks, Starke. 964-8121. 7/6 Gainesville. Laket A airstrip no credit. Call James Olin at 7/13.
RN LPN. NA and WCt small specialty Gainesville. See to appreciate. tfnchg electrical. Small down payment. $149 755-9114. Circle B Mobil. Hornet, Lake
hospital seeks energetic and experienced MATHEWS REALTY 964-4469 BERGER a CO. Indoor/Outdoor Complete month. Coll collect 8135453896. 2tod City. FL.
for full-time/part-time Home Care. *Haute Cleaning KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MH lots. Clay USED HOMES doublewldet and MISCELLANEOUS
baylor ft PRN potltiont. Apply Specialist "I will give your propertythe County. Some on paved rood. Close In tlnglewlde In stock. We finance, Call
Ramadan Hand Inttitute Lake Butler tame. respect I want others to give KH. $500 down $78 month. 4734375. 799-5115 Circle B Mobile Hornet, lake BEAUTIFUL SUNDECKS BUILT 10'xl2',
Hospital P.O. Box 748. lake Butler or FOR SALE mine.. Keystone area. 4730885. Slpd 4tchg 7/13-8/6 City. FL.CHILDIIEN. $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramp,
call 496-2323. 61TFWAREHOUSE 7/13.27 with all Big 28' x 70', 4bed/2bath screened porches. Coll .496-3521 after
TO 111.15 HR. OLE MAID CLEANING SERVICE Call LOVELY 83 FLEETWOOD $245.00 month Call James
Skyline 7/20
All Shifts. Male& Female. 355-5500 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Elaine at 4730042. 3tchg 7/13.27 amenities, 3/2 FR, covered full length Olin at 755-5114 per Clrcl. B Mobile RETIRING 5pm. 6/22.Stpd.GOING TRAVELING

J S H World $95 Refundable $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF ANY LAWN MOWED $10 unless par patios, dbl. CP 20x31x11V short walk Hornet, lak. City FL. 7/13 3tchg 727.CARSTRUCKSVANS Everything 'for tale. Personal Items,
7/13-20 NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum A at to Lake Geneva. $42,500. MATHEWS
2tpd ticularly large. desperate attempt .
Small truck
Mobile homes. slipIncamper
DRIVERS TO$750 WEEKLY measures 24x36" $.50 each Great for work by a teenager plagued by an Influx REALTY Stark., 9644469. Small homemade
355.5500 patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 of lawn comanlet. 4734055. Itpd topper.
Local Longhoul. Train Locally. 9646305. TF FOR RENT travel trailer. 40 E. Main St. Wed-Frl.
W. Call St.
Phone 496-3715 early morning
2tpd 7/13-20 NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer INTERIOR a EXTERIOR painting & wall 14 PONTIAC transmon. V-8 PS.PB I.Iop.tlll..I..rlng. 5pm. .
regular machine and sergers. 4734186. Itpd 7/13 Itchg COMMERCIAL SPACE available InKeyttone or eveningi.SIDS
AM/FM tharp-looklng
BARGAINS 40 E. Main, 25 percent
Plnehurst Variety Star., across fromSoulh.ld. 7/20 Heights 2 location: 700 Infor-
Elementary School. ft. & 1000 tq. ft. High traffic and visibility car. Asking $6800.00. For more discount on all Items's.l.cted items
NOTICE 9645587. TF DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING in both location 473-3193 or ., matlopcall4852645.ltchg.713.SI 30 percent off. Wed Frl Sam 5pm. t.
ALICIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call 473-7683 leave m.ssoge.7/6 tfnchg Escort Statlonwagon. 5-tpeed pb THRIFT SHOP Bag Sole Saturday July
i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be ..ub.I Catkins, 7823140. 6/8TF LaRue Leveling Service for all your ON LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished 2BRI' a/c am/fm For cottette,Information nice car. Asking call 15. Stuff a grocery bag full for $3.00.

I matted to the Bradford CountyTelegraph UNUSUAL BLACK AMETHYST glassware. foundation repalrt. Keystone, / BA kitchen equipped. Not In a 485-2645.$2000. Itchg.more 7/13. Lots and lots of summer Items
office in writing and paid In 9644151. Itchg 7/13 4737721. 7/9TF trailer park. $273 month$275 deposit. available plus miscellaneous Items.

advance unless credit It already USED CARPET FOR SALE dark brown. 4732919. 7/6 tfnchg FOR SALEFOR 7/13
established with this office. 964.9335.itpd 7/13 MOBILE HOME -23 bedroom partially
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN complete, $100 up; Couches $50 up, or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 SALE 7 hp riding lawn mower .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Table, 4 chairs buffet & china cabinet CARS TRUCKS :30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred. AC $300.00 Refrigerator with Icewmaker .
THE TELEPHONE. $225; Dinette sets $50 up: beds, twin S MOTORCYCLES full bath 8 refrigerator everything furnished $90.00. Chetttype freezer $40.00. HUNTERS PARADISE Secluded 24-plut
Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON full size., Too much to list come shop I except cooking gat. $200 496.3521 after 5pm. Itchg. 7/13. acres with mobile home, patlot. Deck
prior to Thursday publication. No reasonable offer refuted. 7330 N.E. month. 4732667. 4tchg 6/22-7/13 ov.rlooks fish pond with walk bridgesand
P.U. needs before hunted
1976 FORD Heavy Duty Never
Classified display deadline TUESDAY Waldo Rd. at Stevet Service In Fair DIILSBORO N.C. Daytime stream.
9'00 P.M. Special Classified display banks. 375-7377. Itpd 7/13 windows, runs good. $500. 4733159. temperature 70'i, night In 60* 2 BR c am deer wild turkey and fox. $400 a
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. HANOI HOUSE portable buildings, Itchg 7/13 slant cabin on Tuckatlegee River. Easy access 225 six .
I ,, .' optlonals. 79600.Call 496-2070 or
classified ads isIS I.I with
Minimum charge for storage buildings, garages, transmission new brakes, good and close to quaint village <
words for $3.50, then 15 cents for greenhouses. NO DOWN PAY new geat rettaurant scenic train ride. 25 332-6411.7/6 .tpd.7/27
I each word thereafter $1 billing charge MENT. Hwy. 301 South 9648848. tires$525,OBO.new 904.659.2779.Pioneer AM/FM 2tchg cassette.7/13.20 minutes to Cherokee. IS minutes to !$(:\ IR.i$ nl 9'; '

will be added to each CHARGED 7/13TF 22 FT. TAROS TRAVEL TRAILER Roof air Blue Ridge Parkway. $250/wk. Call Today LOST
I classified ad. DINETTE SETi Ethan Allen table, leaf 4 ) 4751678. 4tpd 6/22.7/13
wall to wall
C.C., telephone, hook-up In less Ulan 8 month,you can earn
arm chairs Early American maple carpet telf-contained, tandum BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS new home for e cams-In cosmetology TEETH set of false teeth (uppers)
finish. Only $250. Like new 375-7577. weekly rental $250. 2 BR 2 BA. deep one
I wheels, electric gas or battery 2/30 473-2769 Jo Knott Pnfcodaiml Psnonallwd ...._lIoa. found at Lakeside Park following July 4
Itpd 713SEVERAL 6. Call Mary Brut or
Ib. gas tanks. $3500 OBO. AU: phuee atmamtalaff celebration.
HELP WANTED ITEMS! Upright Freeier. 1979 9046592779. 2tchg 7/13.20 272.9598 for brochur.and details. 2lpd Jab PIsc.mmt
Ford Fairmont wagon. 1969 VW 7/6.13 A.a.tsne.ENROLL
I BARMAID ] sunroof. 7123260. Itpd 7/13 MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 BA, fenced yard. NOW I IlIIAWIHOm
SWIMMING POOL 15 loot round excellent ANIMALSHANDFED shed close to Keystone school $285 372OO07TRAIN
I Apply Law's Tavern condition. 2 yr*. old. $350. Ask mo. plus security deposit.Call 475-3203
202 E. Madison for Debra or Wayne, 964-8849. 2tpd Baby Cockatlels. Domestic after 6 p.m. 4tchg 7/6-27
I ., 7/13-20 bred. 4733021. 2tpd 7/13.20 LAKE FRONT HON YMOON COTTAOE 1 2 ACRE
SEVERAL ITEMS 1982/ Mercury Marquis, 2 QUARTER HORSES and tack $850 1 bedroom AC furnished or unfurnished. rOH CAREERS
DURRANCE 57,000 miles, excellent condition. each. 1 2 horse trailer Gruenwald Swim/fish. 473-4186. 2tchg 7/6-13 TRACTS I
R. V.
25.OOO BTU ,air conditioner used one 473-0289. Itchg 7/13 FOR RENT OR OPTION TO BUY One me

I PUMP & SUPPLY summer, like new. 964-4556. Itpd 7/13 12 beginner YEAR OLD knows- white games.mare app.19 month Good old for bedroom lake access.MH Call w/sleeplng 388-6109 or porch 473-4221 and .C BEt EXECUTIVE tZTARY FOR SALE

Chestnut Arab filly papers. $500 eachor 2lpd 7/6-13 C WORD PROCESSOR
I Well Drilling $900 both. 4733159. Itchg 7/13 ON LAKI GENEVA Furnished elf den. HOME STUDY/RES. TRAINING18OO3277728 Mess Hlahwau

Rotary 2" to 6"Pumps Subscribe LOST female ORANGE cat with white STRIPED chest- short-hair and paw cy. month laundry plus and deposit.dock facilities.473-2919.$273 7/6 '.fIN."N(; t; AIIIt; VI)11t"I1, !: Includes Sentic

Today I INo ." Maggie". Last seen July 3 at tfnchg per ;l .lu 1'J.i\e--: : = I .U I :Tank

Chataugua/Falrway Intersection. SILVER SANDS LAKEFRONT 3 BR 2 BA !\lIfllS N' t
Please call with any Information: 2 car CH/A fenced. $450 per
All Sizes garage qJ 11..11 J4IlIRORBBERa
4737962. Reward! Itchg 7/13 mo. lease with option. 17510253..
,. FREE KITTENS 3 cute 9 week old kittent. 2tpd 7/13-20 THE HART SCHOOL
4739056. Itpd 7/13 IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE 21 N. A Diy of A.C.T.Corp.
Down N.fL Hd tn., Pam .no B .ch. ft.
f Payment across street from Hard. .. I2'X34'I
HELP WANTED $273 adjoining 20'X37, $330. 4734375.
f )'wx Handl-House 7/13 tfnchg THAW FOR CAREERS IN I
.. LIVE IN AIDE Small group home for MH FOR RENT '- 2 Br/1 BA, High Ridge JK
t C&C Mini-Storage elderly. Mutt have references. Mrs. Estates. 473.3852. Itpd 7/13
Miller 4732881. 2tchg 7/6-13 COW PEN LAKI t 2 BR furnished MH, StumpGrinding

.. 964-8848, : 'r.>; COOK t NURSES AIDES positions large kitchen, garden tub light panelIng -, .; '
available at New Life Acres. 475-2108. CH/A dock. 4752427. 2tchg AIKUNTSe
OaragcaCreenhou s ,;' 7/13-20 CRUISE WrPTRAVEL
IS ." + 2tchg AOQrC11:8!: '
Visit OUT Showroom FULL. TIMI. Florida DL good record will- 2 BR CONDO CH/A garbage disposal HOME 6TUDY7RES. TRAINING
For Your Plumbing Parts Storage pI! ...... Ing to work and grow with company. attic utility room dishwasher MidwayKeystoneM.Iros Specializing.
.. 475.2427. Itcha.
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964-7061 t Utilities, 490 Lawrence Blvd. KeyttoneHelghtt. THREE BEDROOM. 1M bath, $400 month. :
From- 473-4804. Itpd 7/13 964.2313 evenlngt. 4tchg 7/6-37 Removal96493O0

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TO DRINK. For Telegraph AnniversaryAugust
WANT TO STOP'THAT'S p.m. Clothes ft household goods. 1023 10 and 12 will be the big dates to plan now for the 110th Anniver-
OURS Southgate Drive. Itchg 7/13 sary of The Bradford County Telegraph. Illy;
Alcoholics Anonymous964.341flU4160,961.5611 FRIDAY sale. From ONLY Big three family yard On Thursday, August 10 the Telegraph will release a huge historical s
Starke. take 16 West S'A
edition (comparable and hopefully even better than our 100th AnnIver-
miles, turn
right NW 57th Ave.,
pd 7/77 on go sary Edition). This edition
1/4 mil. Itchg 7/13 special will consist of approximately 8 sections -
CHAIN LINK FENCE InttalUd, Fr.. FRIDAY SATURDAY Panasonic stereo with history and many, many classic and antique pictures (some
itlmaln.. HANDYMAN FENCE COOwner ? B record player, Zenith record player never before published) of the life and times of Bradford County, Union
Tommy Rcddlih, 964-8359. TF small electric heaters, mist Items. 4 County and the Keystone lakes region during the past 110 years.
WELL DRILLING PUMPS SERVICEi Dur- miles North of Starke on 301. 9647584. There will be a whole section dedicated to the lakes region of Keystone
ronc Pump 8 Supply Co.. Water Itchg 713LAWTEY Heights, another to Union County, then still other sections will cover
systems. *p clallMi.' 864 N Tempi SR MSi 1 mil.West, NW 15th St. Bradford County,Starke,Lawtey,Brooker,Hampton,and the vast worldof
Av. US 301. Stark, 32091 9/8TF Sofa, rocker t ottoman children yesteryear in this area. This will truly be a collector's item and you
JU-El RETIREMENT HOME day, w..k, cloth., miscellaneous. Sat. 9-3 p.m. won't want to miss this voluminous issue I
long t.rm tay. 4682619. 11/17TF To add to this festive
Itpd 7/13 occasion, we want to have a party for our com-
WI MOVI MOBILE HOMES964560615TF THREE FAMILY SALE Thurs., Frl B Sat. munity and you, our loyal So on Saturday, August 12 we will
315 N. Clark St. Itchg 7/13 have a BIG BIRTHDAY BASH complete with old fashioned entertain-
TUTORING this SERVICES If your child bar.ly SATURDAY JULY ISi '.2 p.m. 418 N. ment live music all evening,chicken dinners, street dancing, and just a
pawed year 3 monthi vacationcan Christian St. Furniture. household grand, old-fashioned time together!
only makes things won. Call9U8594.5IITF Items chltdrns. womns and big Featured entertainment includes the JEWELETTES from the Mac-
mans clothing. Itchg 7/13 : clenny Woman's Club, who will be performing song and dance In '20s
ALTERATIONS, zippers, ., hems, buttonholes FRIDAY SATURDAY 71415. 1 mil.Wo.t I costumes. These ladies, led by Mrs. Jewel Morris, will certainly be a s
patches tc Drop off and of 301 on SR 225. Follow signs. treat to see and hear and are scheduled to entertain at 8 p.m. Saturday
pick up. 7 days a w..k, 7 am.8 Lets
p.m. clothes (men women Bchildren. evening. Don't miss this 'jewel' of a performance!
964-5587.Southslde Plnehurst EI.m.Variety Hwy. 100 acrossfrom S. .) and lots of other misc.items To add to this gala attair we are having souvenir items made up with
57STFSTRICKLAND'S auto Including materials.various 7/13 constructionand this 110th anniversary themetshirts, glass coffee mugs, plastic
stadium cups and stadium cushions.
VICE all makes and modeli! cleaned loop lots of beautiful Keep your eyes and ears open for more information on this each week...
oiled and adjusted $15. New and us baby Items, women clothes, men from now til August 10-12. Mark your calendars now. You won't want to j>---- --
ed. Hwy. 233 A 16 (Morgan Rd.) work clothes and various household miss this! I !
964-8733. 68TFREROOFINCt Items. Look for signs. Itpd 7/13
$675 for 10 squares. Call TJLE.APARTMENTS
964-4239. 6/22-7/13 MOBILE HOMES 922 E.Brownlee St.
rates, free ..tlmal... Call J.C., FOR SALE Camp Blanding
9649240. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 Starke FL 32C91
repairs. We do windows, too. If It's 70, or 80. Starting under $25,000. It.
broke, will fix It. 9647489. 2tpd true I Hughes Mobil Homes. Stark. 964-7133
7/6-13 964-6407. Itchg 7/13 2 &3 DR. family oriented,with
roofs > rerooflng Free estimates. Call Easy financing on mobile home. Call laundry& large playground.Free .
782-3084. 2tchg 7/6-13 Jay at 7550606. 4tchg 7/6.27 electricity first month.
Call Carlton Craft anytime.964-6697 or available now. Hughes Mobil Homes, Income If you qualify.
Jimmy OSteen after 5 p.m., 964.7387. Starke, 964-6407. Itchg 7/13 Ifyou earn$3.35 per hr..40
2tpd 7/13-20 $98 PER MONTH on mobile home, set up hrs..a week&have 3
WILL WATCH CARE for your child or Infant & delivery, Included easy credit. 120 dependents your rent would be
In my home. 9643521. All shifts. months at $500 down
12% APR. Call about$112. a month or$3.73per
DO Itpd YOU 7/13 NEED A GRANDMA BABYSITTER Jay, 755-0606.JULY CLEARANCE 4tchg 7/6.27 SALE day for days left in month
Will take cars of your babies In FREE GIVEAWAYS for move-In after the first.
my home,any shift.Live close to prisonoff *Cozy 14x602/1 $129/mo. 19\P1O 21CI {C. I Qualified Singles Accepted.
Rd. 16. Call 9643803. 2tpd 7/13.20 *Roomy 14x602/1 $129/mo. Move-In cost can be us low as
HOUSE PAINTING! Interior' and exterior. *Cute 14x702/2$129/mo. '$10.00. Lot,Income
Free estimates. Call 964-8045. 2tpd *Rare '4.703/2$1 29mo.C.lu..14.7032$129mo.. See. S Housing

KEVIN'S 7/13.20 LAWN SERVICEi Call for free **Plush 14.723/2$129/mo.. GATOR II Equal I.I Rents( 30'%
estimates. 782-3894. 2tpd 7/13-20 *Elegant 14.7032$289/mo. of Your Income
*Handyman Specials from$1.999 FARM SUPPLY INC. Housing If You Qualify I
*All Doubl.wld..R.duc.d ,

964-6407 Your New I
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Purina DealerWe

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this community with a full line of Purina's famous
USED TIRES brand of Purina Chows for dogs. cats horses
chickens and other small animals.
Come in and let show wide selection of
us you our Town To Take A Leak
Purina Chows and animal supplies. Let our store be
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US 301'S._ (1 1/2 MI.) 'S I'm a working man, too and I know /t.In Ml.new uml errUs uuunmHy R.i, .nrr.ae

Starke Fl Important It is to you to get your Hem..A 1c.M.d frci
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worth. Mitunn M*Up.vWon.W .
PERSONALIZED BUILDING at: *ttn pwiomlMd ase
We feature Come In and See Me Or Phone r, 24 hr.wpMvhlan-na?w1
for ,
tongchamp Homes, CUSTOM DESIGNING e taxay wn dsy'week
sketch TERRY J. BLAKESLEE lag tern stay.C.iWM0'
the way you live. Bring us your pencilled IMlUIMlUlCPflMndiu
of rough draft. Our In-staff design artist will Orian Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile 619 .

work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs. Office Phone 964-75OO I Hampton FL Sue Lett Walker ."

We also have financing available. Harold Home Phone 9646166New
Davis,Mortgage Broker with Gainesville. i j
Mortgage Company is located In our office and Used Chevrolet-OIdamoblle Automobile :

complex. Or, If you prefer, we will work with New Chevrolet Trucks I

YOUR. lender to obtain financing. Limited Credit No Credit No \ ,

Check with LONGCHAMP HOMES today. Call "II
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4L Keystone Methodist Church Starts MissionThe I

Keystone United Methodist magnitude ot the need in the tiny the first phase of the project, will
Church located in Keystone Heights church, a request for help with the cost an estimated $1450. The
has undertaken as a mission projecta undertaking was sent to the United Keystone UMC provided $800, with
partnership church. Freedom Methodist Volunteers in Mission in the balance of the funds coming
United Methodist Church, a small Tallahassee. C. Leroy Irwin from St. Paul's United Methodist
struggling black church located in chairperson UMVIM committee Church in Tallahassee.
the rural area between Starke and Florida Conference and District It is expected that the new floor
Waldo, presented a challenge. Director of the Tallahassee District will be completed during the one
With its congregation of 30 of UMVIM answered the caU. weekend in July, with the roof and
members under the direction of Rev. On July 15, Irwin and members of steeple being done in future work
/ Randolph Thompson, the church's the Tallahassee UMVIM along with weekends as funding is raised. As
desperately needed a volunteers from the Keystone Freedom United Methodist Churchis
replacement of the roof, sanctuary Methodist Church will begin work on helped in the coming months,
Ii : and steeple. the little church.Keystone UMC will everyone involved is coming face to
After KUMC Mission Committee act as host for the work teams whichare face with the true meaning of Chris
Chairperson Chris Nichols and Rev coming in to assist In the project. tianity.
'T u b Richard Albury realized the Replacement. of the floor which is


Lake House Lost In Early Morning lire...
TbU Employ Lake hoiue belonging to Bryon Terwlllegar wa destroyed early Monday morning by fire..
A neighbor reported he beard popping sound about 7 a.m.July 10 and called 911 the sound wa apparently the
window glu breaking.The cause of the fire hai not been determined but there were no tnjulre u no one wa home IN THIS AREA
at the time of the fire.
I Unit responding to the fire were Lawtey Correctional Lawtey Klngsley Lake Volunteer Unit and Gay County

I I Whitehead.Rescue. .. from page]Band $ 0 (to DOWN qualified buyers) a

reporting back to the jail after and shall be suject to punishment as unhappy fact that a person can be
each shift. After three days off he prescribed by law. sentenced to 4'&years and serve only
will then be placed on a different Since Whitehead was placed on 15 months."
shift for seven days. This system of probation,DOC would be the agency Neither defendant appeared at the
shift work could create problems for to step in and file charges should an mitigation hearing Monday. COMPLETE SYSTEM 00
the jail as the system would require escape situtation arise.According to
much paper work and supervising, Judge Tench, the defendant would 6 5
the sheriff said. then quaility for prison time. Editor's NoteIn AS LITTLE AS
In the resolution it recommendsthe The Whiteheads were sentenced MO.
sheriff may consider, but not be June 26 on charges of growing marijuana a story two week ago In the Includes: Syr. Extended Warranty
limited to considering the following on their family farm.Faye pled Telegragh about"Home for the
factors involving the prisoner's: to trafficking in cannabis and was Homele operated by St. One Year FREE Programming PackageWINK
family ties in the community,lengthof sentenced to serve 4 years in the George'Church In Starke,thechurch'
residence in the community Department of Corrections and fined .Rev.John Wilson......
employment history, financial needand $25,000. A charge of trafficking car- .
that of his family,mental condition ries a minimum mandatory three- quoted a*laying" organization LEFTS
or attitude, physical condition, year sentence.In wa the"anwer to a prayer"by
past or present conduct (including Monday's hearing the requestfor the IIRS.
record or previous convictions), a reduction of sentence for Faye HI statement wa Incorrect.
failure to appear at any court proceedings was denied by Judge Tench. According to HRS District
or flight to avoid prosecution "When I sentenced Mrs. Administrator Siwanne Casey,the
reputation for peacefulness. Whitehead,I did not sentence her for St. Shelter ha
George no
Any prisoner who fails to remainat 15 months -1 sentenced her for 4
certification and fRS 1 not
his assigned place or work or to years and would have gone beyond *
return to the jail within the prescribed that if I could have," Tench said. referring client to the shelter ''Street'SUMMER
time shall be deemed an escapee "Frank y I was shocked by the for cervlce.

U. S, Census A two-hour test will be given to
determine eligibility for anEnumerator's
Workers Needed position which pays
Anyone interested in working part $6 per hour plus mileage. CLEARANCE
time for the U. S. Census Bureau Please register by telephone at
should meet at Room 108, Santa Fe 964-5382 if you plan to attend this
Community College Andrews Center meeting. ON BOATS & MERCURY ENGINES
Friday, July 14 at 11 a.m.
Applicants! should bring two itemsof Sixty Plus
identification. One can be a Free MembershipSanta
driver's license or military I.D.and
the other can be an original or cer- Fe Community College is offering
tified copy of a birth certificate, an free membership in the 60 GRIFFIS & SON $
original Social Security card (not a Plus Club to anyone who qualifies by
showing proof of Members of
metal replica), or a passport. Any
veteran intending to claim Veteran's thie elite group are allowed to take
Form.Preference must bring a DD-214 fees classes waived.at the college with tuition U.S. 301 N. 964-4461

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1 299 8 99 499 60 HP Mercury $6650 Trailer

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Lawson Creek! J Vodka or Gin 5.99 LTR

Old Thompson, >' ", *'* '', ;- '5.99 '750 YOUR OLD ENGINE FOR: A
Windsor Canadian 5.99 750 r
James Harbor Rum 5.99 LTR NEW MERCURY
Castillo Rum ,? <- 5.99 750
Popov Vodka %'1$ '\' ;;10.99 1.75
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Every Thursday 9 a.m. til 12:00 MidnightBeer
These Prices !Il'
$1.00 Call Brand Drinks $1.50 Compare

STEVE CREWS BAND 4 HP$795 40 Electric HP


\ FRI._& SAT. 9.9 HP Power Trim

i'' 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE & r ry$1799'

200 Black Max iQ( g ARCS
Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 25 HP with the extras r

: I OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK ElectricStart $2195 letTte Legend MoveYou J

Open: Mon.-Thuu.9 a.m.- 12 Mn.; Frf. ft Sat.9 a.m. 2:00 a.m. ." -..- -- f
Sunday 1:00: p.m. -11:00 p.m.

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