Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01559
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01559
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I Waste Site


Court Fight


+. astrlso By Joe Gissy Humiliation, 10 acres; Hazardous
( BCT Staff Writer waste treatment, 20 acres; Thermal
: Saying they believe an act of the treatment, 20 acres; Storm Management I
; Florida Legislature was unconstitutional 30 to 40 percent more land for
members of UCAP (United impervious surfaces."
Citizens Against Pollution, Inc.) feel Another example of DER's inconsistency -
'y511 the best recourse left is to go to is that Jack Rickenbach
court. represented DeSoto County as an expert
The legislative act signed by witness in its protest against the
Governor Martinez, has denied location there, but he has been
.. y, UCAP the right to an administrative declared ineligible due to a conflictof
hearing over the siting of a hazar- interest for the Union County protest
dous waste plant in Union County. according to Revels.

The new law allows only one hear- Also, DER Secretary Dale Twat-
ing, that to be conducted by DER for chmann, in an interoffice memo,
the purpose of issuing a permit for asked that DeSoto County be kept in
the "
the installation This will not allow running "for political reasons.
UCAP the due process to properly 'Radio active wastes have never
44i protest the flaws in the siting pro- been mentioned at a public hearing.
A in
cess used to locate the plant in Union memo DER files regarding a
I County. workshop in 1987, preparing for the
i "The other option is to see if we public hearings, instructs members
"Do not mention
can get some things done throughthe wastes." radio-active
I Legislature In the upcoming ses-
'DER had
never admitted publicly -
sion in October, said Buddy Revels,
I member of Board of Directors of that hazardous waste from out of
UCAP. state would be accepted at the

"It will take It will take Florida site. A DER memo dated
._ Jl" money Feb 9, 1988 asks "How is out of
time, (to go to court) he said. "
/hone b. Po.d."well "If the court rules in the favor of state waste figured in? Then,
'oung Entrepreneurs...
UCAP, an Administrative hearingwill February I, 1989, they finally admit-
Brad Barber, tl, left and his sister Brooke Barber, 7, braved the rain Some of the palm dates were harvested from the tree at the left. The be reinstated and UCAP must be ted to UCAP that out of state wastes
fiiesda) afternoon to sell palm dates In front of their grandparents house children said their uncle Matt Bryant, gave them the idea to sell the ready." would be accepted.
on Walnut Street. The dates are priced at 25 cents a pint or five pints for dates. Many of the documents on hand in 'The risk assessments made by
$1. They plan to sell them for the rest of the week and use the money for a preparation for an administrative Weston for DER were made on

trip to Six Flags Over Georgia. Brad and Brooke are the grandchildren of Itev. Ben and Dot Bryant and hearing were displayed at the not assumptions available because" the "Data is
"We're not making as much as we hoped we would," Brad said. "Most the children of James and Angle Barber. meeting, and all persons interestedin Weston told DER
1 people hate never heard of them." studying them were invited to do Project Manager Richard Dedman.
so- Revels asked, "How can they tell
----- "Now is an opportune time for us what will come out of the plant, if
they have not
even determined what

lVorlhNoting Board Approves 5 % Raise those through who the are documents interested and "to study go will Another be going interoffice in?" memo of

them Revels.to see what is going on, said DER shows Raoul Clark, director of

Hazardous Waste Management for
E Flaws. DER, saying DER has "Frustrationand
Siting ..
For Non-Instructional StaffFive dissatisfaction with Weston's in-
A sample of errors and inconsistencies adequate procedures."
used by DER and Weston .
"At the Middleburg hearing, we
Church Car Wash... Inc (consultant hired by DER to were not allowed to ask questions,"

A car wash will be held at the percent across-the-board Also for 1989-90, the state has Ms. Steele stated a need for more make the site designation) as said Dean Traylor. Questions were
!P irking lot, Saturday July 22, administrators and non- meaning dollars must be spent in and furniture, fixtures and equip- follow.At. questions were being answered,
hi'ginning at 8 a.m. The price is $2 instructional school employees last certain areas. The major areas in ment despite the budget total of a public hearing in Mid- some cards were slipped to the bottom
per car. dleburg, February 28, 1988, "we of the stack, and never asked.A .
Thursday night, July 13. which funds became catagorical for $2,999,074, up $123,000 over 88-89.
The proceeds will benefit the Teachers, according to the 89-90 fiscal year are transportation Main problem at the high school is were told about five acres of con- letter from John H. McCormick -
'Victory Revival Center of preliminary word, are slated for a pre-school incentive, and middle 126 fewer students, said Supt. Dun- struction and five acres"of parking, I attorney in Jasper, to Raoul
Heilborn Springs Inc. larger percentage increase. The childhood.It can. BHS enrollment is projected at no more than 15 acres, said Dean I Clark, Bureau of Waste Manage-
teacher end of the Traylor, board member of UCAP. I ment, asks that DER consider
contract is subject to means less freedom in 974 down from 1,100 at the
UCAP bargaining, in very preliminary budgeting for Supt.Duncan, and 88-89 term. "To give you an"idea of the real ]Hamilton County for a hazardous
Meeting... size of this said
stages now, by the Bradford Education more state control on funds. "It's nice to give big salary in- thing, Traylor", waste site,also states that no opposition -
Further discussion of "listen to this memo from Weston. 1 would be expected there. The
documentation Association. Teacher salariesare creases, but if you don't have it
of flaws in the siting process of up 34 percent in the past three Administrators will receive a five (enough dollars) it'd be nice to put "Hazardous Waste Receiving and ]letter outlines several benefits they
a hazardous waste treatment plant Supt. Jim Duncan told the percent increase in their base some money back in the schools," Storage, 20 acres; Non-Hazardous ]beleive: the community will receive
school receiving and storage, 10 acres; AdI\from the
in Union County will be presentedat board. salary, with all other factors, suchas said Schlofman. plant.
the UCAP meeting in the Union the experience index and New dollars are down from 13% to
County courthouse at 7:30: p.m. Supt. Duncan is also hoping to end sibility factor, remaining the respon-same, 8'/4%, pointed out Supt.Duncan. Going Water Shortage Continues
Monday, July 31. up with a good fund balance in the said Supt. Duncan.Noninstructional. to a weighted factor (some
All interested persons are urgedto record $16.139 million school budget. courses are weighted and earn more I
attend. Individual increases are to state dollars than others) on the stu- Despite Recent Rainfall
school were
dent count will add some dollars to .
be figured by Director of Personnel
presented to the school board by
the BHS in and tex-
budget supplies
Majorette Clinic... principals who all expressed a need Wayne McLeod in a new salary tbooks the superintendent said. Despite increased June rainfall, tral area of Hamilton County aroundthe
for funds schedule approved by the school River and in the coastal
more for plant the governing board of the Suwannee Alapha
A Bradford majorette clinic will board July 13. McLeod warned the Supt. Duncan also explained that
maintenance and textbooks. Supt. River Water Management area near the Aucilla and Econfina
bt held at the BHS bandroom from said the board, however, not to become the Bradford school district will get rivers.
Jim Duncan District office District (SRWMD) is continuing its
all the funds it under the
July 31 through Aug. 4 from 11 a.m. will help buy textbooks as a large caught up in a fight over a few pen- earns modified Phase II water shortage Areas of record low ground water
to 2 p.m. The clinic is to all nies as he applies the five Florida Education Finance Program
open class progresses; ie: a school may percent alert. levels still include portions of
ages. Bring a lunch.Appreciation have had 90 third graders last year raise to hourly wages. In a few living factor(FEFP will), not that be the applied cost-of-this This means that mandatory Madison, Hamiloton, Columbia,

and face 125 third graders the next cases, McLeod cautioned, two In Bradford has restrictions may be imposed on a Baker, Union, Bradford, Alachua
year. employees could have the same ex- year. past years case-by-case basis where there is and Suwannee counties. Ground-
Banquet... perience and responsibility but received some 95 percent or lower of
yet reasonable evidence that a particular water levels are also stiff below the
the it
The Community Outreach Principals, however, are concerned one may earn a few cents per hour But money,Supt. Duncan earns. said, the sparcity water use is causing harm to 10th percentile in parts of many
Volunteer Program (COVP) will that the problem of a few more more than the other. factor money for rural areas has an adjacent legal user. counties in the district. 10th percen-
host an appreciation banquet for students in each grade was not ad been reduced from $396,000 last yearto tile means that 90% of records
Elizabeth; walker, career educatorand dressed. School Budgets: : $174,000. Schlofman said the spar- Rainfall! for the month of June was reported for each well have been
active worker in youth ac- Individual school budgets are Bradford llig B... city funds probably will be above average for the district. The higher.
tivities Saturday, Aug. 12, at 7:30 tight. Last year the school system With Principal Charles Francis in eliminated in the future. Sparcity June average is 6.35 inches. Actual Surface water levels are about
had a 13 percent increase in state the hospital, assistant principals funds are a of makmg rainfall, districtwide average, was average for this time of year. These
p.m.The banquet will be held at the funds. For 89-90 the increase is 8V4 Paula Steele and John Arthur Reddish monies for pupil way poor areas, which up 9.46, or a difference of 3.11 inches levels have risen due to recent rains
Starke Woman's Club. Tickets will percent making for tighter budgets.In presented the proposed budgetfor earn less dollars because of fewer above average. throughout south Georgia and North
be a donation of $10 benefitting this budget, for instance, supply Bradford High School. pupils. Groundwater levels are still low Florida but are expected to begindropping
COVP. Contact Vernon Barber or money has Been reduced from $45 to "This is bare bones," said School throughout most of the district; they again unless rains con-
Geraldine Kelley.Upcoming. $35 per student. Board Member Len Schlofman after (See Pay Raise..p.8A) are normal in the extreme north cen- tinue. JAGSpeaking

Public meetings.., scheduled In the Subdivision Regulation Committee Meets July 31 I IThe

coming weeks are:

'The Chamber of Commerce first meeting of the new com- say the proposed road paving re- Commissioners want regulationsto Hill says regulations are in opposition to the road
Board of Governors will meet July mittee of 13 to work on subdivisionroad quirements would drive lot prices so stop subdivisions being built with necessary to prevent over develop- paving requirements were Jack
20 at noon at Santa Fe Community paving regulations is set at 6 high it would put them out of unpaved roads, then the residents ment. Courtnay, Merritt Williams, George
College Andrews Center. p.m. Monday, July 31, at the Bradford business.As later wanting the roads paved by the "I'm afraid the proposal may be Adams, Roman Alvarez, L.K.
'The Bradford County School Family Restaurant.The written by Garrett, the county. Commission pcflcy is now to weakened to the point that it does not Whitehead, Carol Stevenson, O.R.
Board will meet July 24 at 7 p.m. at committee includes five per- NCFRPC planner, a subdivision is refuse to accept subdivision roads provide adequate protection to the Alvarez Bill McRae, Ralph Bryan,
the School Administration building. sons with real estate interests and defined as more than three lots and a for maintenance unless the roads people... It has been our experiencethat and Pete Schlosser."I .
'The Bradford County Zoning building developer interests a say paved road is required unless the are paved to county specifications. outside interests take advantage firmly believe this is not for
Board will meet July 29 at 7 p.m. at about road paving requirements in lots front on an existing collector Builder Stevenson is pleased with of counties not adequately and Bradford County. This is too much,
Starke City Hall. the county's proposed real estate road. After five months of study by the committee' formulation. properly prepared with ordinancesand too soon," said L.K. Whitehead.
'The Chamber of Commerce Mix regulations. the NCFRPC and a four-hour public KH area resident Jay Martin regulations," he said. "Growth management is soon to be
er will be July 25 at the KOA from Committee members are Zoning airing, the Bradford Zoning Board pointed out no environmental or con- Lowell Garrett, NCFRPC planner, the thing, and I m for it. But this is
5 to 6:30 p.m. Director Darrell O'Neal, chairman; recommended to the county com- sumer interests are represented on pointed out the proposed regulationsare work stoppage," he added.
'The Starke City Council will real estate interests Bill Dodd,War- mission June 27 that the definition of the committee. He asked if it was based on Chapter 177 of Florida The dream of many young people
have a budget workshop July 25 at ren Stevenson, Jack Courtnay a subdivision be changed from three possible to appoint a pro-regulation Statutes,which defines a subdivisionas here is to have a couple acres of land
7:30p.m. at Starke City Hall. George Roberts, and Ralph Bryan,: lots to 10 lots, and that a committeebe advocate and suggested that Harold 10 acres and three units or lots. with a mobile home on it, Carol
UCAP will meet July 31 at 7:30 County Commissioner Maxie CarterJr. appointed to further study the of the Santa Fe Lake Veteran building contractor L.K. Stevenson told the zoning board.
p.m. at the Union County cour .; zoning Board Chairman Rip proposed rules. Dwellers Association, be appointed. Whitehead told the zoning board "Lots of folks will be hurt, lots of
thouse. Replogle, county surveyor Pat That helped, says building con- Commissioners disagreed. "I there has to be enough lots to pay for folks will be angry,"" Ms. Stevenson
The subdivision regulation committee Welch, county attorney Reggie tractor Warren Stevenson, believe I'veot enough on my committee paving a road.Realtors said of the proposed paving regula-
will meet July 31 at p.m. at Flynn and senior planner with the spokesman for the business interests now,' CommlllSlon Chairman tions.
the Bradford County courthouse. North Central Florida Regional who still want a committee to study Wilbur Waters said July 10. Protest... Realtor Ralph Bryan, a former
The Starke City Council will Planning Council Lowell Garrett, the proposals.Real Hill, about the only resident who Some 50 businessmen and some county commissioner said the local
meet Aug. 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the who wrote the proposed subdivisionregulations. estate interests want the has spoken in favor of county regulations with personal real estate interest, market for expensive\building lots is ,
Starke City Hall. county to consider allowing unpaved feels the committee should filled the meeting room June 27 in limited. Bryan-sald the list lot in
Local real estate interests and roads in subdivisions want home have included a person from the the Starke city hall and overflowedinto The Woods, across from tb* countySee
(See Worth Noting..p.i2A developers say they've had no They owner associations to be created to community with no real estate or the hall to protest the proposed
into the proposed regulations. maintain the roads. development interests. regulations in their original form. ( Commlttee..pJAJ


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July 20, 19H9

Union To Get $400,000 Cash with 'No Strings Attached'


A $500,000 gift looks good, but Management Team. Prior to this an- $50U.OOO had been placed: In DCA's feels uneasy in preparing for the Emergency: uiieclor Wilson said ponent of the hazardous waste plant
some Union County officials are still nouncement, Wilson and Union budget,with $400,000 earmarked for plant, but adds that the county coulduse the $400,000 would not be "a drop in for Union County, but believes "the
suspicious that they might be fattened County Commissioners had Union's Emergency Services, ind the extra money to beef up its the bucket"compared to what wouldbe only thing worse" would be havingone
up for future sacrifice as undri .fond that the monomid be $10 Florida's first hazardous waste dispensed only if a final decision was by the Count!* in connection with mission discussed: the matter at its emergency service, which he tion.Wilson
treatment plant. made to site the waste plant In their suits opposing Union County's selection meeting Monday night, member estimated at from $3.7 million to $5 said that the initial phone
county. as the hazardous waste site. Sidney Todd asked, "If we go ahead million. He said the "first phase" call notifying him of the available
Jerry Wilson, director of Union Wilson, together with Union Coun- The money will be available to the and take the money, will it Increaseour money would be spent to improvethe funds came from Gordon Guthrie
County's Department of Emergency ty Commissioner Marvin Pritchett Union County Commission when the chances of the plant coming radio system, purchase an bureau chief of Emergency Manage-
Services, was surprised when and attorney Johnny Hobbs met with necessary paper work is received in here?" Attorney Hobbs said that he engine pumper and a utility rescue ment a division of the Departmentof
notified from Tallahassee that his officials from the Department of Tallahassee. Hobbs planned to haveit had been informed by the committee truck, hire part-time personnel, and Community Affairs, who said the
department would receive $400,000, Community Affairs and other agen- ready yesterday. they met with that it would not build a facility to house the new $500,000 was included in the DCA
with no strings attached, to beef up cy staff members in Tallahassee on Gerald Griffis, chairman of the enhance the possibility of the plant vehicles. budget and would be available upon
the capabilities of its Emergency July 7 and were informed that- the Union County Commission said he going to Union Countv. Wilson has been an outspoken op completion of paper work.

I Brooker City Council Passes Open Container Ordinance I Iby

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Su.' ElUn Smith states council-approved activities, new ordinance.The lease the property to use for storageof Pavement Problems... company and "get them out here,
BCT StoW Wrlt.r public or private,at which alcohol is new ordinance does not applyto building materials.When the deed Also Tuesday night,Council Chair- and have them look at it.
to be sold the consumption of alcholic is transferred to the In other business Tuesday night
Drinking alcoholic beverages on or consumed are exempt city,the Department man Gene Melvin told the council he
city property in Brooker can not only from enforcement of the ordinance. beverages on private property, andis of Corrections will lease the would contact the S.M. Wall Co. of the council:
get you intoxicated, it can get you City Attorney Johnny Hobbs said to go into effect July 28. property from the city. The Depart- Gainesville about holes in the paved
the ment of Corrections Instructed City Attorney Johnny
arrested. provision was included to give began renovations
roads at the Oaks subdivision.
The Brooker City Council the council some leeway if, in the Farmers Market... on the farmers market property Melvin was Shady prompted to contact Hobbs to draw up an amendment to
unanimously passed an open con- future,the council wanted to allow a Council Chairman Gene Melvin more than one month ago. the company, which paved the the city's water rate ordinance
tainer ordinance Tuesday night Ju- special event to be held on city property told the council that the status of the streets less than two years ago,after which would give Brooker residents
ly 18, that makes possessing open at which alcoholic beveragesmay transfer of the farmers market pro- "They've done a remarkable job," hearing complaints from Coun- until 12 p.m.on the Saturday follow-
alcoholic beverage containers or be consumed.The perty from the Department of Melvin said. "Good housekeepingover cilwoman Sue Davis,who lives in the ing the 20th of every month to pay
consuming alcoholic beverages on ordinance also makes it illegal Agriculture to the City of Brooker is there." subdivision. their water bills before water ser-
city property illegal.Violation of the to possess open alcoholic unchanged. The council has been Melvin said Mike Bearden, RMC vice is cut off.Instructed.
new ordinance is a misdemeanor beverage containers or consume trying to get the farmers market business manager, told him the "There's actually holes in the Councilman A.B.
punishable by a fine of up to $500 or alcohol within 500 feet of an property deed from the Departmentof Department of Corrections planned road," Davis said. "You'll see spotsall Adams to contact an engineer about
up to 60 days imprisonment in the establishment licensed to sell Agriculture for more than three to store$1 million worth of inventory over the pavement. I mean it's draining the city water lines and
Bradford County Jail. alcohol. The only store licensed to months but still has not heard in the C.H mers market. The Inven- just shown up in the last two weeks." report back to the council at the next
The council approved the new or- sell alcohol in Brooker is the Handy Anything definite.In tory will include building materials Melvin said he would contact the meeting.
dinance after less than 10 minutes of Way Food Store.The store will be re- thu meantime, the Department for construction at RMC."I .
discussion. During the discussion, quired by the ordinance! tr put up of Agriculture has agreed to allow understand they will put a COMPLAINT
Councilman Jim Bryant questioneda signs both outside and in..ide the the Department of fonwHons '" guard out there," Melvin said.
provision in the ordinance that store which inform 'nm.r ''e o
Lawtey Council Can't Get Did your paper get delivered on time?

Committee... rnm Pace t A j"j Is your classified ad correct?

club, was sold for $6,000. applause.ty, Hill said, to just a smattering of Quorum to ]Discuss VehicleBy E Has your article been printed?

The Case for Rules... Jo. Gassy running condition, and is too costly Or Is Everybody Happy?
The county needs rules to control Grandfathered In... ICY Stuff Writer to maintain, said Mayor Marvin
development, said Harold Hill, In the proposed S/D regulations The Lawtey city council can't Rosier.At THEN LET US HEAR ABOUT IT!
president of the Santa Fe Lake any development that is platted or muster a Quorum to discuss buying the present time, a highway
Dwellers Association, the group that for which a map can be produced, is another police car. patrol car, a Ford Mustang,already Fill out the form below explaining when
successfully fought the mining of the grandfatheredin.Maps outfitted for police use, is availablefor you
Santa Fe Swamp a few years ago of qualifying developmentsmust A special meeting was called by $4,000. requesting something dale and time and the person to
and that is now trying to limit over be filed with the county says Mayor Marvin Rosier Monday, July "That's a lot better than $14,000," whom talked. Send to
development around Santa Fe Lake. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal. 17, to discuss the alternatives, but said Rosier. (One alternative is to you :
On one lot on Santa Fe Lake there However,the property appraiser's only councilman Bill Crouse showedup. buy a new patrol car at a cost of ap- Bradford County Telegraph
are five houses, and the county has office takes notice of such intentions Only two councilmen showed fora proximately $14,000.) I
no rules to control that, Hill pointedout. and when intentions are declared fora previous special meeting last Fri A second police car Is needed for Attention: COMPLAINT DEPT.P. .
"Preservation of what we haveis tract to be developed it could lose day.The everyday use,but is a necessity for a O.Drawer A
based on rules and regulations," its "Greenbelt" appraisal designation department has only one backup unit if the car now in service
Hill told the packed house. Some which means land now valuedat patrol car in operation, a car boughtnew breaks down or needs maintenance, Starke. Florida 32091
changes need to be made in subdivision $150 per acre could go to$1,500 per about a year ago. A second car says Police Chief M.M. (Butch) Jor-
regulations to protect the coun- acre, greatly increasing taxes. is more than 10 years old is not in dan.



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July 20, 19119 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

Commissioners Mull

89 Budget RequestsCounty ,I"s/

commissioners delved a federal grants total about $10,000,
little deeper into their 1889-90 budget Ms. Crum said. .?e' t.
Monday night, July 17, when money The Bradford County portion of
requests were explained by the the library's 88-89 budget is$103,012; I
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic,the In Rfl-ftft it WR 'WI.17" F ,
Bradford County Library, the Con- T
cerned Citizens, and Sunshine In- Sunshine Industries... V d'C' -
dustries. Director Bob Larimer requestedthat r
Commissioners were to work the county contribute $32,000 to w
more on the budget Wednesday the Sunshine Industries budget. 1f
night July 19, with Sheriff Kenneth Last year the county contributed r rt
Etheridge. The commission wants $17,000, $1,300 in cash plus $4,000 In
the sheriff to lay out his 89-90 spen- in-kind services. r 1
ding plans so they can understand it, The county dollars are used for
said Commissioner Joe Riddick. matching funds. The major portionof
The sheriff has reduced his $1 the sl 1y' 4
SI budget, some $200,000, s,
million-plus budget request by 10 comes in fedeal grants.
percent, and cut two of four additional Director Larimer said he wants to ji
deputies requested. But the establish a group living home, but is __
sheriff's budget is up steeply and running into trouble with county zoning
worries commissoners who seem to regulations. Some clients are in [
be in a real money bind. dire need of improved living condi- :
The sheriff's salary in the new tions, said Larimer. : -
budget is $59,982, commissioners The the
retention pond at new
said, up some$10,000.Commissioners SR-loo headquarters must be moved Grand Opening... Doa Cunema whjo lewb the MM tuff.Robert Garret,Vice'Pre ident In
still don't know due to an enlargement of the parking A crowd of anxious cwtomen and local dignitaries wat on bud lut week Charge of New Store Opening for Farmer'.Furniture, Bradford County
how much new money they'll have to lot, Larimer said, and $4,000 in in- when the Farmer'Furniture chain opened IU 93rd tore In Starle. Strawberry Queen Wanda Mueller City Commluloner Vernon Sllcox and Store
raise. The carry-over amount must kind dollars is included for that. "We From left to right with the ribbon Dellia Cuyott, Manager John Cavagan.
be known first.Commissioners. can do that better than we can give
want to hold the you cash," said Chairman Carter.
89-90 budget to last year's level,$7.35 Larimer thanked the commissionfor
million. Revenue projections, its past contributions, and asked Large Trash Load Amendment Sure to Pass
however, come up to $5.3 million so for whatever the board can afford
far, said Clerk Ray Norman. this year. "
Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., Larimer also said Si's five vans An amended ordinance to allow a extra amounts of trash left on city Gloria Street, adjacent to Western anybody know anything about
acting as chairman in the absence, are five years old and costing more charge for large loads of trash is streets, such as debris from a house Auto, one way north. radio dispatchers with the county joint?"
promised Librarian Sue Crum that If in repairs as time goes on. advertised in this edition of The building project, old tires, or piled Marchese can also buy five period Silence, broken only by some
some county employees receive a Larimer also said SI funds are Telegraph and can be finally ap- limbs. light poles from the city, Shaefer smiles.
four percent salary increase from down after the loss of a large pallet proved in the Aug. 1 meeting of the Atty. Christophers, standing in for said, because the city needs to order
the state, that all county employeeswill contract. Starke commission Attorney Darla City Attorney Terry Brown, said an some anyway.Shaefer .
receive the same increase. Jean Chrispohers told the council ordinance setting up city bidding said the agreement Is Then, Commissioner Charles
"There's not going to be any lone Tuesday night July 18. procedures will be ready for first understood, but the council could Shaefer said to Police Chief Jimmy
around here," ChairmanCarer Concerned Citizens... It's a new charge for a traditionally reading at the Aug. 1 meeting. pass a motion,if necessary. No such Epps: "All right,don't sit there with
told Ms. Crum, after ascertaining Mrs. Elizabeth Walker asked the free service by the city. But Com motion was passed, however. your finger in your mouth. You were
that no pay raises are included commissioners for any help that can missioner Charles Schafer says the Marchese Move... "I'm going to ask," said Commission the one in at the secret meetings."
in her budget.Commissioners. be given to the Concerned Citizens. charge is for large loads of trash, Commissioner Shaefer told Com Chairman Bobby Biggs. "Does Chief Epps remained silent.
have requestedthat The commission donated $5,000 last such as building material or trees missioner Ed Wall, the Zoning Com-
county officials put no pay year, they think. cut and left for the city to pick up. mittee chairman, that the council
raises into their budgets.So Ms.Walker said the group is work The charge will be $12.50 for a 2-ton understands the agreement with
far, commissioners have trim- ing on the windows in the RJE gym truck load. Dentist Bill Marchese and partner MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
med very little from budget requests which can't be closed now. Regular garbage pickups will re- Irvin Clark on their new building on
which originally totaled$8.4 million. main free, Commissioner Schafer west Call Street adjacent Wester on Hwy. 100, Next to Pinehurst Variety
The Soil Conservation service has stresses. Auto.
The Library... Examples to be charged for are Shaefer said the city will make Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendo
also asked the commission for
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fl.Old City Ordinances Reveal Changes in Lifestyle Over the YearsIn

1914 the City Council ordered that all ceeding 10 miles per hour within the town
street, lane and train or
or alley, no
"motor vehicles' must sound their hornsat of Starke." The maximum penalty for
locomotive shall town at
run through agreater
least 50 feet from each street crossingand violating the speed limit or horn blowing
of miles
rate speed than four
shall continue to sound them until they laws was a fine of $100 or 30 days in Jail. hour." per
have passed the intersection. Imagine
Trains also from hur-
what bedlam that would create today. In were In 1914 It was also unlawful for trains or .
i- the town with ordinance
1914 there were very few automobiles to rying through an railway cars to block an intersection in the
their to four "It shall
sound their horns in Starke. i limiting seed m.p.h. town for more than 10! minutes.
be the duty", said "of all persons
According to the code in 1914 it was operating trains or locomotives in the Back in those days, the laws reflected a
unlawful "to run or drive any motor car. j Town of Starke to cause the bell of such public concern for the morals, as well as
motorcycle or bicycle at a rate of speed ex locomotive to be rung before crossing any the safety of the individuals. Except for a
few businesses which provided necessary

... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . services during church hours on Sunday,it I
; ..: : : '1' was unlawful for any merchant,

E D.'fl' : '.O" .l\JII.ArB.S:: \: ", ;, ;; engaged shopkeeper in trade, dealer to keep or open other his place persons of
,.f business or to sell, barter or exchange any
if h.. .. ..f' ,," .. .": \ ". .\.. ... ."".., .. ... ... ," f, goods, wares or merchandise on Sunday

, "'J.. _, .. . '' ... ". .. . .' . after 10 a.m., except from 24 p.m. Drug
F stores were allowed to stay open for the 1
purpose of compounding prescriptions and
selling drugs "but for no other purpose."
Budget Woes Show the Need
Other businesses exempt were hotels,
boarding houses and restaurants, which
For could sell meals on Sunday "but shall not
Merging sell or otherwise dispose of cigars or any

other goods,wares or merchandise,except
within the hours above mentioned. Ice, Blow Horn Before Entering J
milk and newspapers could be sole duringthe
Starke Bradford County, and theBradford For example the new salary for the prohibited hours and "undertakers or

School District each face sheriff of Bradford County is $59,982, up merchants" could sell "caskets and other

blems with their budgets. It translatesinto pro- about $10,000. County and school officials supplies in preparing for the burial of thedead" The laws of 1914 indicated that sanitationand Persons driving motor driven vehicles
also have raises coming but don't disease were major concerns in those were required to stop at the request or
more taxes, in one form or another, the exposing of signal of any person riding or driving
know how much. "The passing in or out on Sunday of any days. The code prohibited { a
for Bradford residents.The such store, shop or place of business by fresh meat and fish for sale on sidewalksand restive horse.
The library budget request is up persons, other than the owner or those provided for the screening off of Since 1914 the speed limit had been raise
school board's problems are a $13,000. And, so it goes. employed therein shall be prima facie meats, fish, oysters, fruits, cooked foods, ed to 20 mph in the business section and 25

matter of whether some needed con- And, for instance, state employeesare evidence of a violation of this section." and vegetables.The in the residential section, except for

struction jobs get done, such as new Barber from code included laws governing procedures streets which intersect Call, Walnut,
roofs on Brooker and Hampton Elcrr.en getting a 4 percent salary increase. shops were all.prohibited for handling scarlet fever, Ninth, Cherry, Church, Madison, Tenth,or
Commissioners are saying if the state operating on Sunday at diphtheria, typhoid fever and other Infec- Temple Avenue, or State Road No. 13(now
tary Schools, whether some model 1977 employees get a raise, county Entertainment on Sunday was also tious diseases. It provided for the US 301) on which the speed was limited to
school buses are replaced, and whether will establishment of detention in which 10 mph.In .
employees too. frowned on back in 1914.Fines up to$100 or camps!
asbestos is removed from district 30 days in jail was provided for persons persons from other towns in which the contagious 1932,Sunday sales were prohibited all
So taxpayers where do think all
school buildings as required by state you engaging, managing, promoting or advertising disease existed could be quarantin- day, except for drug stores which were
this new money will come? The buck "any game of baseball, football ed? permitted to sell only prescriptions and

law.To do such the school boardis stops with you. basketball or other like game to be played(l lon By 1932, the attitudes of the people as drugs, and establishments selling ice
projects, The city and county have some Sunday, or who engages In, manages, reflected in their laws had not changed milk meals, newspapers and caskets and
considering levying 1.5 additional choices. The tax increases promotes, or advertises any circus radically. Drivers were still required to burial supplies. The law provided that
mills of property tax next year. The from can come sideshow, opera, theatrical or other per- sound a horn, gong or bell when crossingan "such articles may be sold to supply said
state is continually cutting back on the increased property tax, or formance, or any bowling alley, moving intersection, and this had been amended need by any person, but behind closed
construction funds allocated to the local assessments can be placed on services picture show or any kindred or like game, to include turning corners also. doors."

school district. In other words, the stateis such as police and fire protection, or the amusement or exhibited performance to be"given, Vehicles were required to have Laws that had been added between 1914

leaving more up to the local tax- library. Slightly over half of residentspay performed or on Sunday. headlamps which would "throw a ray of and 1932 included one which prohibited the
property tax. An assessment hits light not less than 90 feet and show to the sale of patented medicines except by duly
payers. everybody. Shade trees in the town were also protected rear a red light. authorized druggists doing business in the
Starke has a $400,000 deficit in the ser- by town ordinances in 1914. "If any vehicle of similar city, and also prohibited medicine shows.
automobile,or a
Before the and "Any
city county raise shall injure any shade tree in the
vices section of the General Govern- person the character, left standing on any of the By the time the 1953 code was adopted
of the
taxes however faith streets or town,
effort public squares
a good
ment budget, such non-revenue producing law read "by himself, his children, or any streets between sunset and sunrise, shall many of these old laws indicative of slower
should be made to cut the
but very necessary services as fire budget as horse or mule or cow of his, he shall be show at least one white light in front and moving and more restrictive eras had
and police protection. There is money in much as possible. Neither the city nor liable, upon conviction to pay a fine of not one red light in the rear", a 1932 law been dropped.
the county have cut much so far. Really, more than $25." stated.
the utility side of the city budget, but
the commission has
city not yet gotten
bonding reserve restrictions limit the
into the nuts and bolts of its
amount which can be transferred to new budget. to the Editor
General Government Fund. Plus, the One avenue to curtail expenses wouldbe JI6 Litters

unusually warm temperatures last to combine services. Take radio .
electric ,dispatchers, for instance.; The Department ; .J
winter cut the income from city .
of Correctioli$ the ,
sand gas sales.Bradford "sriys county! can .' i 1"n" ) '.'
no longer use jail personnel for dispat
County seems to have to cher. So, the sheriff has five new And Those Who Should Be ConcernedCitizens

face raising upwards of $1 million in employees in his budget to be dispat

new revenue, but that won't be known chers. The Starke- why don't unite and We have
city has five radio operatorsin of we run don't much of anything for the
for certain until the carryover from the its Police Department. It would seema the 'drug pushers', 'dealers' and 'users'-011 the children to do in the area, and it is one of the

88-89 budget is calculated. At present county of fewer than 30,000 residents streets? reasons they get in trouble.

commissioners budgets to the 88-89 are level.trying County to hold of- could get by with one dispatching center Something will have to be done soon. It is not Citizens-feel like getting myself n

ficials say the deficit financing of the for fire, rescue, and emergency ser safe to travel on State Highway 16 East, through broomstick and a sign. The broomstick is to

past few has caught up with the vices. Reno after dark. Bottles, toys, bicycles and beat every 'pusher' I catch chasing cars, and

county. The years county is also faced with There is some talk of combining the anything (including 'drug heads' themselves) the sign would say "NO DRUGS HERE! Hob

the state passing laws, then leaving the radio dispatchers. In our opinion such a are being tossed into the street in front of about you?
local move would be a money saver withoutthe vehicles, to get the vehicles to stop. It is outright
financing up to taxpayers.For I know we have a good city police departmentand
sacrifice of service. In June 3,935 dangerous' Car tires are ruined because of the
I commend Major Reno the he is do-
instance, elected county constitu- phone calls came in, 2,586 to the jail and broken glassJn the street. job
ing. Major Renoplease the Starke Ci-
tional officials can appeal their budgetsto
801 to the There
the state Department of Revenue, calls police department. The same groups of people are again loiteringat ty Police Department. The BLIND can't lead the
were 659 to 911 in June.
The and Recreation
Building. BLIND.
which can override the county commis-
sion if the commission doesn't fund to And, would combining the Starke Why do we have a recreation building in Reno, You have a few outstanding officers, and ypu

the extent those officers think they Police Department and the BradfordSheriff's (f the small kids cannot use it? Seven days and also have some 'bad weeds' that need to be pulled

should be funded. Department save some administrative nights a week, all I see are 'drug head' adults. and tossed out. Teach the troops how to talk

costs? Next door, for ex- They have taken over the entire area. to people of all races, creeds, color and national
And, each:year, regular as clockwork, ample, there is only a Union County Mr. and Commissioners- know this origin.
Mayor you
county officials get salary increases Sheriff's Department.The .
is going on. Why are you letting this happen? I Back to the
under laws passed under pressure by streets again, Citizens Let's get
day of reckoning is here. It is
bet if it happens across the railroad tracks, on those
drug-heads off the don't do
such lobbying organizations as the State If we
time (or past time) for local officials to
would all kinds
have of
Association of County Commissionersand all your side.ol-town.'ou something soon, we won't be able to walk or
explore to hold down
the Florida Sheriff's Association. expanding ways rapidly protection. Please give the poor little black drive through any part of our city!
expenses. children a chance to enjoy themselves at the
Roland C. ColemanA
apartment complex and the recreation center.
Concerned Citizen of Starke
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i Add to DOT TroublesOn KLOP OFW ApplyingFor DesignationFor Forestry in Bradford County I

top of the Department of Another developer who owns a Kingsley!! Lake ;Stan Shepard

Transportation's budget troubles, now mobile home park one mile from the Editor, Telegraph: Bradford County Forester "

comes the news that three members of a beltway near Apopka.The On behalf of the Kingsley Lake Property Recently Dave Norton, your county ment, prescribed burning arid control'ofundesirable
transportation panel that strongly Florida Transportation Commission Owners Association, I would like to thank forester of 8 years, informed you that he vegetation.
recommended expanding Florida's whose members are appointed by the Bradford County T.I..r ph for its would be leaving to pursue his forestry
Turnpike in March have ties to the Governor was created by the coverage of the Independence Day Boat career with a private company. I am sure Urban foresters;working with city plan
celebrat the
Intent to
Parade. It was our local ofiiciaisand
all wish him well in this endeavor. ners, landscape architects,
businesses that could profit handsomelyif Legislature in 1987 to oversee operationof 213th birthday of our nation and to renew we community beautification groups can

the plan is approved.The the DOT. Although it lacks final say the feeling of community at Kingsley As Dave'replacement, I had the opportunity be instrumental in >f recommendinthe!
Fort Lauderdale News reportedthat in all DOT matters, it must approve the Lake. Both objectives were accomplishedwith to work with him and meet some of types and location of
these members have ties to department's budget, and is responsiblefor great success.: you. For those of you I haven't met or their aesthetic and ecological benefits.
firm that could monitoring the agency's operations.State The Kingsley Lake Property Owners those who haven't called upon the county Trees make a city more livable and attractive
developers, or own a Senator Richard Langley, a Association, with the help of Henry H.. forester for help,I would like to inform you by providing shade, .muffling noise,
benefit from the $2 billion plan, from Clermont Graham, Esq., a lake resident, has petitioned of his function. producing oxygen} reducing air pouutlonlt
a violation of state law. The three commissioners veteran Republican the State of Florida to designate and softening the long stretches .
are: who has served as minority leader, also Kingsley Lake as an Outstanding Florida The forester's first responsibility is to and concrete.

The president of the Gulf Coast Division has a stake in the toll road plan. He Water.This designation will help preservethe Florida's education citizens for and/or traditional urban forestry forestry., All these foresters work with Individual
is 40-acre parcel near Disney lake for the use of future generations. public
of Arvida, the corporation that owns a These men and women are collegegraduates homeowners on questions ranging from
the $591 million beltway World, about two miles from the The outcome of the petitioning process with degrees in forestry, and at what to do about Insects and diseases attacking
developing within 60
Should be known days. to
their trees, to what type of tree
around Orlando. beltway. least one year of practical work ex-
Probably the single greatest threat to either plant and where to plant it.
include he perience. They are county foresters
whose clients Like the commission supportedthe
An attorney the continued existence of the lake Is the *
or urban foresters depending on their the conservation
from An informed public is vital for
Gulfstream Land & Development corporation expansion despite opinions presence of excessive amounts of nitrogen primary responsibilities. of forest resources so toe
which has projects near the other legislators that it was ill conceived In the water caused by malfunctioning sep- duties of these foresters include environmental
proposed Seminole County Expressway would mire the state in debt and tic tanka. The correction of this problem: County foresters help private lan education and public
Jacksonville's proposed Brannan would not resolve Florida's transportation will be primary focus of my period In of downers with planting, and awareness efforts. These are carried out
and fice.The Association will be working closely harvesting of their trees and even with the through the news media, fair exhibits,
Field-Chaffee Road., woes. with State and County officials to correct utilization of wood products. Among their demonstrations, speaking appearancesand
any problems which may exist in an mar Important functions are the prepara- similar activities.For .
7.. effort to continue to protect this magnificent tion of forest management plans for landowners assistance In the local area regarding
body of water. which Include advice about planting a tree problem or tree planting advice
Bruce PresidentOwners managing! and harvesting trees, call the Bradford County Forester',
I RfD ot, KInp D.lt.e Property wildlife management range manage- 964-6280, ext. 219.

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Parties ...

SociaC Meetings Mrs. Curtis Greene Baby Shower Honors

:Weddings Shower HonoreeThe Rhonda StricklandThe

Lakewood home of Mrs. Bayless Hwy. home of Mrs.
1 1t Rudolph Hutcheson was the lovely James V. Crosby Sr., was the set-
D setting for a calling shower honoring ting for a baby shower honoringMrs.
Mrs.Curtis Greene,recent bride,on .Charles Strickland on Tuesday,
June 29. June 27.Hostesses.
Friday evening
T It ems.9Lnuouncements Hostesses for the party were Mrs. for this delightful event
Robert Allen Mrs. James V. were Mrs.John Greene, Mrs. Dolph
Crosby, Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, Mrs. Reddish Mrs. Wayne Sapp Mrs.
: James E. Rogers Mrs. Wallace Wallace Wise, and Mrs. Crosby. ,
Wise and Mrs. Hutcheson. Upon arrival each guest was pinned -
Greeting guests at the door was with a clothes pin which was pass-
Several Bridal Showers Mrs. Hutcheson, and Inviting themto ed from guest to guest when the
the refreshment table was Mrs. word'baby'was used.The guest col-

1 V Honor Tricia LawsonLINGERIE Wallace Wise. The dining table was lecting the most pins during the
N covered with a white army/navy evening won a special prize.
cloth over a pink liner.Centering the Placed in the foyer was the gift
SHOWER: Tricia was given a lingerie shower on Saturday, table was a taD epergne with tiered table which was covered with a
May 6 at the home of Mrs. Lyn Miller on Brownlee Rd. Hostesses for this burning pink candles and pink 'rocky horse' cloth. Centering the
event were Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Lori Taylor, Mrs. Marie Dyal and Mrs. flowers. Complimenting the setting refreshment table In the dining room I
was an arrangement of pastel col-
Janice Lawson. was a corner arrangement of three
Games and refreshments were served to the twenty guests. Out of town matching burning pink candles and ored fresh flowers in a ceramic baby
guests included Tricla's sisters, Lisa Collins of Suwannee Ga., and Cindy pink flowers. container. Covering the dining table
Hildebran of Ocala and Mrs.Virginia Collins,her great-aunt of Maryville Inviting the guests onto the was a white army/navy lace cloth
Mr.&Mrs.Johnnie E.Clark patio/pool terrace was Mrs. Helen over a pink liner.
Tn.Tricia received many lovely personal items including a set of satin Crosby and Mrs.Joan Rogers.Cokesin The honoree received many
waterbed sheets.MISCELLANEOUS. a crystal bowl centered the beautiful and useful baby gifts from
refreshment table which was the 35 guests during the evening.
Lawson-Clark Married July 1 SHOWER: On Saturday May 20, Tricia was covered with a matching army/navy Assisting the honoree in opening her
honored with a miscellaneous shower by Miss Terry Kennan and Mrs. Jo cloth over a pink liner. gifts was her mother, Mrs. Rudolph
Tricia Clark at the home of the latter. During the evening the honoree Hutcheson.
Kay Lawson daughter of Mr. &Mrs.David E. Lawson of Starke
and Johnnie Eston Clark son of Mr. & Mrs. Jimmie W. Clark also of Corsages were presented to Tricia her motherMrs..Pat Lawson and opened her many bridal gifts, with
Starke were married Saturday July 1 at the home of the bride's parentson the groom's mother, Mrs. Linda Clark. the assistance of her mother, Mrs.
Brownlee Road. Rev. Andy Jordan performed the Games were played and prizes awarded. Refreshments were served in David Williams.
gazebo under an oak tree in the Lawson's backyard ceremony.A was the setting for the dining room. Tricia and Johnnie received many useful gifts for their

the ceremony. Planters of fresh garden flowers palms and fern with new home. *
pastel balloons were at various points in the yard.Garlands of flowers and BRIDAL LUNCHEON; The China Restaurant was the setting for a
bows decorated the gazebo. bridal luncheon given in honor of Tricia on Saturday,June 3. Fresh flower jpgggBngWBCTJCTBCTCTgLORDY.
Mrs. Ramona Jordan pianist and Mrs.Lisa Collins soloist sister of the arrangements were used on the party tables.Tricia,Mrs.Pat Lawson (the
bride provided nuptial music. bride's mother) and Mrs. Linda Clark (the groom's mother) were : .
The groom's father served as best man. presented corsages.
Mrs. Deanna Coleman served as matron of honor wearing a floral print Tricia gave gifts to Mrs. Deanna Coleman (her matron of honor), Mrs. i LORDY.
tea length dress and carrying an arm bouquet of fresh flowers. Her head- Julia Ripplinger (her wedding director) and Mrs. Ramona Jordan (her .
... piece was a wreath of miniature pastel iilira and satin ribbon streamers. pianist). .
The bride given in marriage by her parents chose a tea-length Hostesses Ms. Hazel Hall Ms. Michelle Hall Mrs. Shirley Cogdill( ,Mrs. I, I.' I.St .
scalloped eyelet dress with a sweetheart neckline and scalloped sleeves. Sally Groves,Ms.Kim Cogclill,Mrs.Geraldine Tomlinson and Mrs.Linda .I"i i Look Who's 40
Her headpiece was a veil of pure white illusion, flowing from a crown of Hildebran presented Tricia with a serving dish from her chosen china. I .1
pure white miniature lilies and white satin ribbon streamers.The .'
bridal bouquet was a spray of fresh flowers with streamers of white MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER: Mrs. Deanna Coleman and Mrs. / "q 'ReverendDonald
ribbon and pearls attached to the white Bible which her mother carried in Geraldine Tomlinson gave Tricia a miscellaneous shower on June 8 at the
her wedding thirty years ago. She wore a gold cross necklace centered home of Mrs. Coleman. Corsages were presented to Tricia, Mrs. Pat 3
with a diamond from her grandmother Lawson's wedding rings and sap- Lawson (mother of the bride), Mrs. Linda Clark (mother of the groom) 'l Harris
phire earrings, a gift from the groom. and Mrs. Ruth Cogdill, grandmother of the bride. .. ,
: Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson kept the guest book and assisted guests. The Many of Tricia's friends from Morgan Rd.Baptist enjoyed this occasionas .." "
bride's and groom's tables were set up with a background of lattice palms games were played and refreshments were served. The hostesses t/' :. l Happy Birthday
and hanging baskets. Covering the bride's table was a satin tab{ecloth. presented Tricia with a homemakers care package that had many useful
Reflecting from a mirror centering the table was a 3-tier wedding cake items for her home.
adorned with fresh flowers between tiers. A miniature bride and groom in WELOVE
an ivy covered gazebo topped the cake. Mrs. Lisa Collins and Mrs. Cindy BRIDAb SHOWER: Madison St Baptist Church ladies honored Tricia
Hildebran, sisters of the bride and Mrs. Lyn Miller, cousin of the bride, with a bridal shower on June 13.Upon arrival,Tricia and her mother were
served the cake. both presented corsages.
The groom's table was covered with an army-navy cloth over yellow. A The fellowship hall was decorated in a picnic atmosphere. Potted plants YOU
three-tier chocolate cake, topped with miniature nurse and doctor kewpie were at vantage points in the room. Baby cokes were served from the
dolls centered the table.A basket of cut flowers and ballons were to the left refreshment table along with a variety of finger foods.
of the cake. Tricia received plenty of advice on having a happy marriage. The
Mrs. Shirley Cogdill Ms. Hazel Hall, Ms. Michelle Hall and Ms. Kim hostesses then gave the brlde- -be a serving bowl from her chosen chinaas ANGIE &JULIA ANN
Cogdill assisted guests with refreshments. Cokes were served from large a momento of the occasion.
containers draped with yellow cloths and surrounded by garlands of
The bride is employed at Shands Hospital in Gainesville.The groom is Sylvia ReddishIs
employed at Starke Ace Hardware and will continue attending Santa Fe
Community College this fall. Honor Agent
Following a wedding trip to South Florida, the newlyweds now reside in Liberty National Life Insurance Bradford COll/Jl

Brooker. Company selected Sylvia Reddish as the k
Honor Agent of the Quarter for the .
Gainesville District. The awards

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Library Notes.. Pine Hill Church Baptist groups The Joy representing Quartet is one Pensacola of seven BIQ !J CV9.9

Youth Revival Set Hosts Special ProgramThe Christian College during the summer
Looking forStorytellers months. These ensembles will
Pine Hill Congregational Joy Quartet from Pensacola perform in nearly 700 churches In 48
Methodist Church is having a youth Christian Church will present a program states and Canada. sMffJ'YJUL'Y
Do you like to read? revival from July 2023.( of sacred music on Friday,July There is no admission charge for
Do you like to read to children? Rev. Joy Thornton will be in 21 at 7:30 p.m.at Bradford Baptist this program. Make plans now to at '
Do you believe in families reading charge of the revival. Services will Church. tend. 1 1989
The ensemble consists of four
together? begin at 7:30 p.m.each night Dinneron
Do you think you could spend at the ground will be served follow young people, a piano accompanist
least one hour a week sharing your ing the Sunday morning services. and a college representative. The
stories with children in Bradford Everyone is welcome to come visitus program will feature sacred music, Help us Celebrate Our 110th i MISS youGWALTNEY
County's schools? during this revival. and speech and multimedia presen- Birthday August 10-121
tations abou the
The Bradford County Public _
Library and the Bradford County
Nurturing Program are looking for s,- ..
volunteer storytellers to participatein this ad good thru
an exciting new project beginning
September, 1989.Interested USDA Choice BeefUNTRIMiVaED Sunday, July 23, 1989.
?? Call Laura Conti
964-8498 or Sue Crum, 964-6400 for '
details. ... WHOLESIRLOIN
Parenting Videos... BIG
The Parent Education Networkhas
presented four videos in their
training series to the Bradford Coun- S 1
ty Public Library I. $
Library Director Sue Crum says 150
"It is the intent of the PEN to provide
information on working with I 1
with disabilities and training .A TIPS
to people who would not be able .
Workshop.to attend" a Parent Training ,

"The videos are one hour in length
and cover "Communication Skills", 12-14 Lbs. Avg.
the Rights of Handicapped Childrenand
their Families", the "Evaluation -
Process", and the "Individual
Education Plan", adds Mrs. Crum. USDA Lb
The series is available free of Sliced FREE!
charge to parents and groups. Call CHOICE
964-6400 for further information.Announcing. .


...Lauren ScanlanMr. .. &? ? BLUE GRAPES//

&Mrs.Joseph A.Scanlan,Jr., '
of San Jose, Ca.,announce the birthof Breast let IF F'
a daughter, Lauren Alex, born
June 30.Maternal.
grandparents are Mrs Efl
Norval Anderson and the late Mr. s
Anderson of San Mateo, Ca. SEEDLESSGRAPES
Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
Joseph A. Scanlan and the late Col.
Scanlan of Starke. Great-
grandmother is Mrs. U.L. Haynes
Sr. of Starke.

...Preston Rhoden

Marty and Paula Rhoden of
Hampton announce the birth of a Lb.
son, Preston Matthew, born July 15

Preston in Maternal Alachua weighed grandmother General in at 10 lb.Hospital.10 is oz.Ms. '1 Holly Farms PLUM CRAZY SALE1"Your !

Elizabeth Crawford of Graham.
Great-grandmother is Ms.Catherine Grade A
Roberts of Jacksonville. Choice" California Red Rosa, Nubiana, Laroda,

Paternal grandparents are Harold Black Amber & Purple Frontier Plums Or
& Pearlie Rhoden of
Great-grandmother is Ms.Hamfton. LEG QUARTERSDorado
Davis of Hampton. ., .
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To Honor 49c "Your Choice"

Tosha Hawthorne Lb. .

A bridal shower honoring Miss
Tosha Hawthorne will be held July
30 at 4 p.m. in the lounge at the

EconoLodge.Tosha, the. daughter of Carla 60-80 Ct. State Sweet
Hawthorne of Starke plans to wed Washington
Paul Valentino at UCI'Pistol Club on .b2.99
August 20. Tosha is a graduate of SHRIMP. . . . . RED DELICIOUS NORTHWESTCHERRIES
KHHS and presently employed at
Denny's Restaurant in Starke.
Paul is the son of Mr.& Mrs.Paul Salmon Or APPLES
Valentino of Struthers, Ohio. He is

Sheriff's employed Dept.with the Clay County SHARK STEAK. . . Lb. 3.98Halibut

Family,friends and co-workers of
the tend.couple. are cordially invited to at- AndSWORDFISH 49 C 99 C

This miscellaneous shower will be STEAK. 4.98 Lb. Lb.

and hosted Kathy by Ricks.Revival Marge. Ettman-Johnson Lb.

For July Planned 24-28 EXTRA LOW PRICES. EVER YD AY!! !

Full Gospel Mission on SR 100 at cclrro
New River will be having a revival H93Sut3CE3EOQQ9ss!! B

Evangelist is will Rev.be Hoke Ronnie O'Berry.Suren- PEPSI.PEPSI.Dme' : FUZE PEPSI PEPSI DIET! : : i-I: 3.0 Carlo Rossi Palsano.Burgundy _ And Assorted Flavors Sizes
Everyone is invited to attend the 3LTR atTR 95 Rhine. r n
7:30: p.m.services. DIET MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN DEW' DEW* Chablis Pink Chablis, I GENERAl! Foods INTERNATIONAl COffEES I

$1 09 Reg/Lt Cans Vln Rose. Lt Chianti, I REGULAR SUGAR FREE I

Sangria I -- I IlJ'E1IS
$ 49 $250 $266
Women's Day Anniv. PEPtIIANRltlATED $ $ 99 _
Celebration at .99 ] -----r1 ------H 1I
Greater Bethlehem I __ I REDEEM CHECKOUT I I II

I Church Greater will be Bethlehem celebrating their Baptist 25th I Saveiss on Ice Cream Sherbet I

anniversary of Women's Day this 7 Oz. Elbow Macaroni/Long Or I when you buy one package of any General Foods*International Coffees I
64 Oz Carton Old South
Sunday July 23. 32 Ounce Thin SpaghettiCREAMETTES I Umlt-Ona coupon per purchase I

grounds Special and plans other include activities dinner during on the DEL MONTE CATSUP PASTA ORANGE JUICE : : 1
the day-long celebration. 1 ---.4: CD w.,,.,.,..0.!1... I
is invited to join in this important K.au_LiNT. ..

I event.Faulkner Named 890 . 3199c $139<< 1 1 I D II .I..NIr.....;_q.1 wliNun..nlw.,.GIG_.al....Mrn.,..m.wM ba.,rp,'M, 1.wr I I

MDA Chairperson I -*"_- I s 43000 30076 f-4r-aaa.to..".i.'...,'.,...'L--aer.701-S.......rclliiaf I.0 I

Susan Faulkner has been of named L_______s __ar.r/moaco.vutu.----..J
Community Chairperson the 1989
Jerry Lewis Telethon Pledge Center I
Activite in Starke.
"We're honored to have Susan Roll 2 Ply Mardi Gras I 40 Lb. Ration 42 Oz. 40 Off
working closely with MDA and its
supporters to help make this year's '1 j PAPER TOWELS | | CHATHAM DOG FOOD SURF DETERGENT
Telethon an even greater success:
than last year's record-breaker,"
said Ms. Alison Peters,president of
the NE Florida Chapter of the MDA. $169
The 23rd annual telethon win be 65cG $639'
broadcast by WTLV-U.starting at II r ) r
p.m. Sunday, Sept 3 and will continue -
to 7 p.m.Monday,Sept. 4.The
22% hour extravaganza will
originate live from Cashman Field Orrr _
Center In Las Vegas and will be carried -
throughout the country by some
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Anyone wishing to part center
Labor Day Activities ple
or the community March may do so
by contacting Susan Faulkner at


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Engagements. Need An Electrician. ?
.. Make Flans Now.... Clt
Forsyth-Jones For the Telegraph's 110th DAN WAINWRIGHT
Birthday August 10-12!
Engagement Told 964-913iJ' 38 yt,,. Experience Types Electrical Work,
Single&: .1 Pltaae Reacorwbly Priced Work
Audrie Joann Forsyth and Robert
Walter Jones, both of Oklawaha.an-
nounce their engagement.
Audrie Is the daughter of Bill For- i
syth of Starke and Joan Willis of Salt T
Springs. She attended
High School and now attends ACT NEW STORE IN
Travel School in Pompano Beach.
Robert is the son of Curtis and
Elouise Jones of Starke. He was a I DEERFOOTTwo
1983 graduate of Bradford High
School and is now employed with
Orange Blossom Gardens In
LadyLake.A .
wedding is being planned for '
Jan. 7, 1990 in Ravine Gardens in i ,
Palatka. ,
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Look For These Flappers!

'The Jewelettei pictured above will entertain at the Telegraph's 110th
anniversary celebration scheduled for August 11-12. This will surely be a ,
sight to see and hear
Pictured above are(I to r)t Margaret Page,Mabel Brazil,Jewel Morris, Choices Great Prices y
and Louise Whitt. These ladles are from the Macclenny area and have I
entertained at nursing homes and many local functions over the past
years.They assure us they have 'peachy keen' act planned! HQ VCR Remote Control FISHERS i

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In case you haven't heard yet The Bradford County Telegraph Is
celebrating its big 110th anniversary August 10,11,and 12.Make plans now $ With All TheFunctlos $
-___._ .-.r._ for these events: 229 359T120
.THURSDAY, AUGUST 10: A huge historical edition will be released,
Donna Moody-Len Eaves with about 8 sections of historical news and pictures and 2 sections of the
current news. This paper will be comparable(and hopefully even better)
than our 100th edition released In 1979. We have many never-released GE ,
Moody-Eaves photographs,personal profiles on well-known residents, many interesting 6 Hour ; We Repair ,
facts and features you won't want to miss! This will be a collector's item Tapes VCR &
Engagement ToldMr. for sure!

&Mrs.Seeber Wesley Moody, .FRIDAY, AUGUST 11: An open house/reception will be held at the 3 Sound Systems
Jr. of Lake Butler announce the Starke KOA Friday evening not only to celebrate the Telegraph's anniversary rOO
engagement of their daughter Donna ,but also to honor Gene Matthews' recent appointment to the Florida $
Lenore to Len Eugene Eaves.Len Press Assn.'s Hall of Fame.
is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. .SATURDAY, AUGUST 12: A street dance complete with smoked/BBQ
Eaves III of Starke. chicken dinners will begin at 8 p.m.Saturday in downtown Starke on Call
Both graduated in 1985 from Brad- Street. 1,000 chicken dinners will be cooked and served by Lawtey .7515
ford High School. Unlimited,who will keep the profits from the dinners for donation to worthy
Donna graduated Santa Fe Com- community causes. A concession stand will be set up and staffed by
munity College 1988 with an AA Downtown Merchants Assn., headed by Glenda Epps, for further use in GE VHS HQ TABLE MODEL VCR
degree. She Is a senior at Universityof their projects.Good At.
North Florida and is employed by old fashioned entertainment is still being planned, interspersedwith ,9
Department of Military Affairs in live music by Arnie Hauger's Southbound Band all during the even- Great Features 4t "O

Camp Blanding.Len ing.The only >
is employed by Florida Na- Jewelettes from Macclenny will be performing at 8 p.m. These *:
tional Guard at Snyder Armory OMS seven women will surely generate much excitement with their ex- :
3 in Jacksonville. huberance and vitality, not to mention their costumes and songs! : $279 bo
Wedding plans will be announcedat Other entertainment is still in the planning stages,folks, so keep tuned!
a later date. Souvenir items are being delivered weekly, so keep your eye on these
items alsoTshirts, stadium cushions, glass coffee mugs, and stadium */
cups, all complete with the Telegraph 110th theme.
We're even having drawings giving away money and souvenir items,so Pa Only
watch out for these tool
What can be better than good old fashioned fun and celebrating? Comeon
out! Bring your family and friends! Bring a lawn chair t Meet and greet $ 500

your neighbors Do some toe-tapping. ., knee-slapping., belly-laughing, and
,5i A ho -dDon't owningr"- *."< F'i :
miss our birthday party... we'll be looking for YOU! per mo. ; /

Lawtey First Bapt. Begins VBS July 31 $29 II Pay $ 'a 9I ,

Vacation Bible School will begin at Adams Street in Lawtey. Turn on I II l
the First Baptist Church of Lawtey Adams St., beside Lawtey Elemen- _. $4000 li a piemnnniiupliiplumblpgnuolu lui II III
on Monday July 31 through August 4 tary School and follow the signs to
from 7-9 p.m. nightly. A special Bithe church. Anyone needing Y oi.gon.i,PORTABLE
to the Bible School COLOR TV
ble School commencement service transportation
1 2r(M' WMMl i
t .a'w t i will be held at the church on Sunday please call 782-3594 or 782-3544. per mo. REMOTECONTROLFISHER >
itr night,Aug. 6 at 7 p.m.
There will be classes for ages 2-19. 50 WATT
The theme of this year's Bible
School wtD..Adam.mt".and" AUDIO RACK
"In the Beginning". -=
'4r Each class will have a special project rI C; COMPONENT --
in beautiful wooden craft work." .
Tract Smith Kristl McNeill will provide a V. -
and Timothy Wilson musical program with all the MC 723BK Tuner
children participating and they will
sing during the commencement ser- AM-FM Dual Cass

Smith-Wilson vices. PlayerTurntable
Pastor Grayson McNeill invites Cattle branding was practiced 4.00C
Engagement ToldMr. every child of the community to atyears ago. Old tomb paintings show DUAL CASS. i
Smith of tend this year's VBS. Refreshments Egyptians branding their cattle. '- "
& Mrs. Robert E.
PLAYERSPORTABLE -/ Quality Speakers
the of will be served each night.
announce engagement
Church is located on
their daughter, Trad! Elizabeth to Pay Only
John Timothy Wilson, son of Cot & SPEAKERS
Mrs.William Wilson of Lawtey.
The wedding will be September 30 $499
at Camp Blanding Chapel. $299
The bride-elect is a 1981 graduateof OR -- --
Bradford High School and is cur- From Nothing Down
rently attending Santa Fe Community $ only
College. 25 per mo.
The groom-to-be is a 1982 graduateof Sandtraps \B FISHER
BHS and Is also attending Santa $40 per mo.
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Pay Raise.
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Starke Elementary... FTE (student count). predicts 705 students for the 89-00
Southstde's students is
: $1,676,839 Is of 730/
budget BE enrollment
up get a $574 boost from
The SE budget is term,down slight from 715 to 720 last
$1,728,504 up
Duncan said Starke Elemen- John
Supt. $81,000. SS will receive a weighted FTE. A BE enrollment of projected by Principal
tary (SE) would get a$3,800 boost in $87,000. year. $4,528 boost If the weighted FTE fac- 124 b projected by BE Principal BilVoTech Mazzella. He Mid additional money
supply money from the weighted Principal tor la used.Principal. Iy McRae. is needed for plant maintenance and
I : Jesse Moore said be was to clean the BMS gym floor.
glad to hear about the weight FTE Center... A major need said Supt. Duncan
iJYt daN factor"being used."That will help us The proposed budget for the Brad- is the bleachers In the middle schooland [
some he said. ford/Union Vocational-Technical high school gyms.
SS will hire two more teachers a Center la$1 90,362. down$39.000.
kindergarten and a third grade Vo-Tech birector Jim Ward ex- Hampton Elementary...
teacher this fall. pressed a need for more dollars for "Basically,I've been able to meet
professional and technical services the needs of the students," said
Lawtey School... and textbooks. His supply fund ia Hampton Elementary Principal
Principal Buddy Paterson expects down to $7.MO from 19736. Mary Ann Kyle.
502 students this fall at Lawtey Com Vocational education Just costs The proposed HE budget is
munity School (LCS). !!more Director Ward told the school $595,547.up over$46,000.HE expects
\ The proposed LCS budget of board. "It $1.223,074 & up $41,000. Principal vocational courses when it comes to would get a $490 boost from the
Paterson said his over-all needs are technology and supplies," he said. weighted FTE factor.
for more money in supplies_equipment 2.78 percent of vo-tech dollars must Supt. Jim Duncan Is working on a
and textbooks. be spent on repairs said Ward. local phone line to HE so the school
$2,527 boost from the weighted The vo-tech: center served 1,270 can be connected to the district's
factor. adults and 600-700 high school computer network.
Paterson said LCS, with grades students.Its .
k-8 needs more space In some areasand weighted FTE factor would RJE Construction...
that half of the 108 foot building raise$6,128.Middle Work is progressing on the renovation
gotten from the prison is available 3 of several classrooms at the old
h 4N1l1j w i, funds can be found to fix it up. School... RJE school in the Reno area of
A$2,066,047 budget Is proposed for Starke. Plans are to put exceptional
i Brooker Elementary... Bradford Middle School for the 89-90 programs, such as pre-
The proposed budget at Brooker at the RJE center.
term $72,000. kindergarten,
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-""" "J__._ : Elementary (BE) is $509,078, up BMS would geta $5,136 boost from Some $100,000 is budgeted to
I Scholarship Winners... 30000. the weighted FTE factor. renovate the RJE classrooms.

Director of Student- Services Eugenia Whitehead far Sean Smith Junior FSU major-biology and pre-med; '".'............... --'"'.....""........,.."""' ."' ,.. ..0."',...__.......r.no........_" ..........-.IIi.IIu.J1Sr! __
right presented the 1989 Foster Shi Scholarship reci- Lynn lIoltzendorf. Junior UF, major-dietetics. The
pients to the Bradford County School Board last Mon- Smith Scholarship Program was established In 1984 by ,
I day night. July 10. The recipients are from left: Sue the family of Foster Shi and Mary Ann Smith. Each -
: Ellen Smith Senior UF, major-journalism; Maria recipient will receive $500 to cover tuition and book THE a .
Thomas Junior UF major elementary education; costs.HAPPY .

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the 12-year-old girl who was found
dead in a wooded area near her Lake Butler ,
I Deer Foot Trail Home 496-2261 -
-' COON I March 23, 1989, is asking for dona-
\ tions for the establishment of a
: ., j reward fund. The reward when
i **&*., %* established, will be offered for any Ll ..:
'. Judy O'Neal information leading to the arrest
;., .- -. .. and conviction of her killer. Please
: ? send any contributions to the fundto
: l ."' M We All Love You !| All Florida contributions National should Bank be of made Starke.
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Sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners. ,

'i. Bradford County Fla. on August 7, 1989 at 10:00 a.m. (local time) for the.

following: '
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The construction of a wood frame and brick veneer addition to the

county health unit. It Is primarily carpentry work. This Is a bid for _'
general contract for construction Including all mechanical and ;

iWj.JllQur ; electrical.At .

'S.U ,:j'U q: nOtJC'M.J

:-... "Ufii.K) ". ,.II.... which time bids will be opened and read aloud any bid received after

19,9 ; 1.5' the time specified will .not be considered. "
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Copies of the plans and specifications may be obtained from THE

32601/(904)( 375-7468 purchased at cost and non-refundable. : ",


Architects: Gary D. Rldgdill. Architect ',- "
Ira,H. Winarsky. Architect \r .

3380 N.W 37th StreetGainesville. :" ;' :.."' .., ", '.
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.FL 32605 ;
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Wilbur Waters Ray Norman Esther Ellerson .

Chairman to the Board Clerk to,the Board County Finance Directo:

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July ;20.1 IIHfJ TKI.KfiKAIMI YaKnbA (
FICTITIOUS NAME For more Information contact Mayor
Pufiuont to SKtlon 865.09 Florida Marvin Rosisr, 782-3699.

Statut.und.r.lBI.. noe.| CARMEN I.TSBByv.an.ihol J. D. kWHJE.the 2tchg Control 7/20-27 129 k O' ICGS Make Plans Now....

9912 For the Telegraph's 110th
LOll'' Hollow Lon. Jack.onvill.. Fl.
,' *'. own.doing'' bu.ln...und.r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH Birthday August 10-12!
the firm nom. at C 0 IN AND FOR BRAD.
Mark*!Rood. 510'.... Flo. 32091) Intend. FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. .
to rcglilw told fictitious ,& CASE NO: 89 307CAIn "
Doled I this GERALD FRED FELLOWS, dory 144.51 feel to 'Iron
22nd day of Jun., 198V. In NOTICE OF an pip.; th.nc.
Bradford County. Husband PUBLIC HEARING South 98 degrees 46 minutes Weil, WHERE THERE'S A WILL
4tpd 4/29-7/20 and WHEREAS, a petition has been filed bya parallel with said North.rly boundary ,
Control 119 GLORY A. FELLOWS qualified land own.r, to vacate a portion 48.10 feet loan Iron pip., thence South 1
.. W if.. of that plat hereinafter described, d.gr. 14 minute East 12.0 f..t to an THERE'S A WAY.
NOTICE OF ACTION and Iron pip., th.nc. South 88 degree 46
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO TO: Mr. Gerald Fred Fellows WHEREAS the public has an Interett minutes West parallel with aforeiald
REGISTER c/o Held Englund In laid matter, Northerly boundary, 15.0 f..t to an Iron There is a will. It's the New Testament.

FICTITIOUS NAME 8963 Cooper Rood A public hearing shall be h.ld on the pip., thence North 1 degree 14 minutes There is a It's
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Kenosha Wisconsin 53142 1.t day of August 1989 In order to allow West 12.0 f..t to an Iron pip., thence way. Jesus."I .
Status nolle It h.r..by given thottrm YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for members of th* public to vole objections South 88 degree 46 minute Weit
undcrilgfiajd. RUDOLPH THORNTON and dissolution oi. marriage has been fll.d to the closing and abandonment of parallel/ with aforesaid Northerly boun
JOY THORNTON, 960 GUndoU St., against you.You are required to serve a the following described prop.rty: dory 90.00 feet to the Point of Beginning am the way and the truth and the life
Stark, Fla.. 32091, joint ownrt. doing copy of your written def enies. If any to That portion of a platted thirty ((30)) According to that certain Surv.y by No the Father "
fcuilnajii under th. firm nom. ol EAGLE the action on Wife's attorney whose foot wid. street known a. DAKOTA Patrick B. Welch Registered land one comes to except through me.
VENDING SYSTEMS OF STARKE. 960 nom. and address or.: MYRTICE R. STREET which lies between Lot One ((1)) Surv.yor 2714\ dated 3 October 1982. (John 14:6)
GIndolSt.. Stork. Flo. 32091. Intend WALDO Esq.. Thom.brook I I. Suit. 1. Block On. (1)) of Sunny Ac.*. Subdivision und.r Work Ord.r 97759. Tax Parcel t
to r.gist.r..id fictitious\ nom und.r th* 2727 N.W. 43rd Street Gainesville. Fla. as p.r plat Book 2, Pag 40 Official 240000104.
aforesaid Hatute. 32M6. on or befor August 24, 1989 and Public Records of Bradford County. Said hearing to comm.nc. at 7:30
Dated trill 13th day of July, 1989 In file th* original with th. Clerk of this Florida and a parcel of land lying In the p.m. on th. 1st day of August 1989 in We all are heirs of the kingdom.
Bradford County. Court cither b.for.service on Wife's attorney Northeast quarter of trie Southeast th* Commission Room of th* City Hall. And the has been provided in the will.
-4pd 7/13.8/3 or Immediately thereafter; otherwise quarter of Southwell quarter of Section TERENCE BROWN. P.A. way I
Control 126 a ludgm.nt will b..nt.r.d to th* 21, Township 6 South Range 22 Eat In By Darla Jean Christopher
relief d.mand.d In th* petition. the City of Stttrke, Bradford County, P.O. Draw.r 40 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
WITNESS my hand and th* seal of this Florida. Storks, Florida 3209Conlrol135\ ,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO court on th*3rd day of July. 1989. Said Parcel I being more particularly 507 W. Call Street Starke f

REGISTER GILBERT S. BROWNAs deicrlbed as follows: Parcel On.: Commence Ilchg720STARKE Bible School 9:45: a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m.
FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of the Court at a concrete monument located
Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida 4tchg 7/20-8/10 at th* Northwest corn.r of said Nor. "The Friendliest Little Church In Town"
Statues, nolle Is h.r.by given that th. Control 130 theait quarter and run South 1 degree\
undersigned. KAREN a MICHAEL minutes Eait.. along the Westerly boundary ..
BOGER Rd. 219 A, P. O. Box 902 PUBLIC AUCTIONRon thereof also being the Easterly ELECTION \
Melrote. Fla. 32666. joint owners, doing D.nmark S.If-Storog. will hold a boundary of Sunny Acrei Subdivision a.
business und.r the firm name of public auction of: recorded In Plat Book 2. Page 40 of the I. R. E. Biggs. Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke. i
BOUGAINVILLEA PECANS FLOWERS Bin Number 71 B 72. public records of sold County. 490.01\
Florida by virtue of the authority vested In me by law. do
AND GIFTS Rd. 219 A. Melrose, Fla. Sol. will take place at 2117 N. Tempi feet to an Iron pip. for Point of Beginn
32666 Intends to register said fictitious\ Aenu. Stark, Florida on Saturday Ju- ing. From Point of Beginning thus CHURCH OF GOD hereby call for a First Primary Election to be held at the City

nom. under th* aforesaid statute. ly 23 1989 at 9:00: a.m. described, continue South 1 degree 41 422 N. Si.Clair-964.5449 Hall In the aforesaid City of qualified votors on Tuesday.
Dated this 13th day of July, 1989 In Itchg 720Control minute Edit along told Weiterly boundary John Spratlin Pastor September 12. 1989 A.D., for the purpose of electing the
and along laid ,
Alachua County. 133 Eaiterly boundary officers
4ipalja3 144.SI feet to an Iron pip. on the Northerly We Invite you to worship with us following :
Control 125 boundary of the Right of Way of Attended Nursery CITY CLERK

Georgia Strt; th.nc.North 88 degree Sunday School. .. ..... ... .. .. ... .10..n
NOTICE NOTICE OF PROPOSED 46 minutes East, along laid North.rly Morning' Worship. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. lisps CHIEF OF POLICE 1
I will b*rsponslbl for any debts owed ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY boundary 153.10 feet to an Iron pipe, Evening Swvlce ... ... .. .. .......... .pm CITY COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT 2
by EVELYNN W. HAMILTON occruedbefore CITY COMMISSION th.nc. North 1 degree 41 minute Wett lwaddaVYaUlh .. ... .... . ... 7:30pm: CrTY COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT 4
April 14. 1989. Contact L.H. STARKE FLORIDA parallel with oforeiold Westerly boun
Brock, P.O. Box 1243: Melrose, Fla. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th*proposed INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION:
Ordinance, whose title' I
32666. 4tpd 7/13.8/3 hereinafter appear, will b* considered ntr N li lihlibrlln 2 2'L.e &ur 1W rkl \
Control 124 for final .noctm.nt on the 1st day of LUCILLE GODWIN MARGARET WILLIAMS

August 198, at the City Commission Summer '89 Learning Activities CLARA COLSON BERNADINE EARL
meeting commencing at 7.30 p.m.. In the AGNES DINKINS MARGARET MOORE
REQUEST FOR BIDS City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street
Th. City of Lawtey will b. taking bids Storke. Florida.A JEWELL JOYNER BEATmCEJACKSON
for miscellaneous surplus prop.rty. Bids copy of said Ordinance may b. Inspected LAURAJOCKEL ETTA FAYE THORNTON
must b* In by 12:00 Noon on August 4, by any member of the public at i
1989. the office of the City Clerk rn the City EXPERIMENT A ALTERNATES:
For more Information contact Mayor Hall Starke, Florida. On th* dot first If you poke your linger In an Ice cube before It's completely
Marvin Rosier, 782.3655. abov.-m.ntion.d Interested partiesmay frozen you'll sec that Ire freezes from the outside In. Did you
2tchg 7/20.27 appear and b. heard with reipect know that Is why our world doesn't freeze over?The polar Ice ELISE G. PASS: RUBY HOWELL
Control 127 to this proposed Ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION acts as a clankcl. keeping In heat so that the oceans can't freeze

Th. City of lawtey will b*.faking bids VARIOUS FEES UPON THE COLLECTION EXPERIMENT B
for building a shed and Improving existing OF TRASH AND DEBRIS: IMPOSINGA Here's another Ice experiment to try on a hot summer KAY CARTERIn
building. Bids must b. in by 12:00: FEE ON THE COLLECTION OF TIRES day. Challenge a friend to pick up an Ice cube using only a

Noon August 4, 1989. AND PROHIBITING THE COLLECTION OF piece of string and some salt. Only you know the solution: Testimony whereof. I hereunto subscribe name arid .
For more information contact Mayor LARGE TIRES; INSTITUTING A BILLING Place the my
Marvin Roller, 7823655. PROCEDURE, AND PROVIDING FOR AN string on top of the Ice cube and sprinkle salt cause the Seal of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 11th
over It. The salt slightly melts the Ice. allowing the string to '
2tchg 7/20-27 IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE. day of July. 1989. AD.
freeze onto the Ice cube.
Control 128 TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.

. . .. ... . . . By Darla Jean Christopher
REQUEST FOR BIDS Poll Office Drawer 40 PROGRAM SPONSORS: The ttradford Education Association (local RE. BIGGS
Th. City of Lawtey will be taking bidsnw..f.r Stark. Florida 320911tehg7y20 teacher union); the American federation of Teachers; Whcelabralor Mayor-Commissioner
resurfacing a driveway, Bid must b* Technologies (trader in watte/energy technology). The activities art ATTEST: Nell L. Tucker
printed free chafe at a public service by The llradford County Telegraph
by 12:00 Noon on Auguit i 1999VJ tr, trt':134,: txr V .I f._.,... ...i.......-> .- ..' m ,.vlJ.r/so.no" __. .. .._CHY{ krIs__ :::.'::",,
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Sweep Inc. ; Dignified Service Call 9612322or
Management & StaffHWY
Service Monuments 961-2328 ,9
301 North Koran McMonkjIo' :218 N. temple Avo.
964-8278 964-7500 HWY 301 S. 964-5757 AGENT: Stoiko H I


Eyeglass Store EtZ = -1>_ SUPPLY SERVICE r !
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"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE" 1'

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. 987 N. TEMPLE AV. M''J ''I I

103 Edwards Rd. 9644588 964-7783 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111 \J6,. '

STARKE Dbtmgutfied. Coring Sflfvfco .,t' "Pi1N' 'kuwliS l two.axe noNe llrn.1y; r.,s.' 'tP
For Over 51)year! tnnrurt I ion Hull llmifi N, ii vusl M I.M>| a fact you can do Hwy 301 S. PO Box 207
We rebuild starters;alternators huM,olknl NI llirH4l>l" Slivinlso .
: Steve and Cindy Futch nnirli ol M. Hull' ll ','""n.,' ... W.inutlyCKKHHjIl better at Denmark's 'Slnrkc I
& GeneratorsAuto IIIIW(UUIKlUIHllUHl US tXNIIlly sink
ryarine-Cycle: Batteries Stance 644200 myslinyTlHi lhacnim \ 434 W. Call 964-5827 9646871WARD I
Holy Dnak wkliiiMUill 11..11 lo t Wand
AM N. Tcmpla 964-7911 Keystone Helqhfs 473-3176 ol mill"liln' In il..fun**,wnli'iirnm I
linqiminlN rrf MTIIIHK' on I ,liml' UNI hl
burst' Ihnl' opens my hniiil And HulllylourrMm In 0 1111,11, Lamp of Jesus Ministries
Andrews Drugs'for Community my MMrf *' Crafts & Consignments AUTO I
State Bank I mil ,,"ly. huniiin iMiimi" sJii' ,Kl" lluwinrtft
piHlirrttfHi nn iiiuilliiiminlogCMl Located off ICO S. toward Keystone. Buy Junk ft Solvagcabl Con
All Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison of Starke It IN III ClUIlllt| VWMINN1 rMUln I .
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find Nu1whp ,,, H'nKiKirnI toko right on 241h slgnitvos.
swim) 1NNN.My Hwy 3013 Ml. N. of Stake.
Starkes Only Home Owned *! PitMilimm no "*"V. Niillmiortwnin 964 5898 I
9647170ORTON'S Independant Bank kill rklliuill I Bin rinuitwix)In kitpi All Nature Sings of Jesus"EIJPS 964-7345 I
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...-.d'opdr.. Dally Lunch Buffet Sunday Monday Tuesday Wtdnnday Thursday. Friday Saturday F-...
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SALES SERVICE I lornc Turk Western Wear
US 301 N. Starke Complete Tire Shop& Auto Fertilizer Seed (Form Stippllni From til ol ut at West.m Steer
964-6600 Worship this week and every week Superior quality home at US 301 South
at the church of your choico Repairs affordable prices 2226 N. Temple Avenue
24 HR Wrecker;Service 402 N. Temple HWY 301 N. 964-8061
1018 N. Temple' 964-0461 HWY 301 a 99+6833
CUstom made exhaust systems 98464l6Terwillegar ____ .
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Local Artist

Join Us. Makeup


As the Bradford County Telegraph ., r Hosts Seminar Hereby

Celebrates its 110th Year with
a .. Brando Bow.kBCT he plans to make up two subjects
Special Edition and Party I 1 Staff Writer one as an Indian with war paint and
Many people work out faithfully the works.
every week to stay younglookingwhile The second subject will be "very
August 10 12 make-up artist Jim Bray can ghoulish or very fun," Bray said.
add 20 years to your life with no Bray had a variety of face maskson
sweat. display at Tuesday's seminar including -
a Bray used make-up( to highlight, a Frankenstein mask whichhe
w create and define facial lines at the plans to demonstrate at the
99 1 10x 13 / at the Bradford Public Library The evening seminar is sponored
(Wall Photo) $10.00 Due at Tuesday evening. by the Bradford Community Playerswho
Bray used Dan Cuddington of are preparing for their upcom-
18x10 Pickup Starke as his subject. He used a ing play "Arsenic and Old Lace."
(plus tax) } I'f highlighting pencil to create a The group has decided to open the
broken nose effect and a brown pen- evenmg seminar to all interested
2 3x5 cil to create facial blemishes.A people in Bradford County.
A' s r stipple sponge, which Is used to The play Is planned for September
16- King Size Wallets t' Y create a five o'clock shadow look, IS, 16, 17, 21 and 22 at the Starke
was used to apply an overall tex- Woman's Club.
Regular Size Wallets l lj
tured look to the face.Gray hair was The performance, Sept. 17 will bea
WE USE the finishing touch applied with a matinee.The Sept.22 performancewill
KODAK PAPER spray bottle and toothbrush. be the only dinner performance
: The library is sponsoring a make- available and reservations are re-
up and theater seminar for Thurs quired.
Yf. day morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p,m. For more Information call Laura
which is open to all ages. Bray said Conti, 964-8498.


AT TWO LOCATIONS County Gets New Forester

FLORIDA e Stan Shepard, who has been with camp forester Creek
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Pho'o by Ir.ndo"wok the Florida Forestry Service for two STOP Camp for juvenile offenders.At .
FRIDAY.JULY 21. PHOTO HOURS 9 12 1-530BRYANS Finding Cheekbones... years, is the new Bradford County present, he and his wife, Terry,
ACE HARDWARE Jim Bray holds a skull to demonstrate how to find cheekbones at the Forester succeeding David Norton reside in Lake Butler, but plan to
1101 SOUTH WALNUT make-up and theatre seminar given at the Bradford Public Library Tues who has accepted employment witha move to the Starke area. He invites
STARKE, FLORIDA day evening. Bray demonstrated techniques to make subject Dan Cud private corporation, Stone Con Tree Farm Program participants,
SATUfttlAY.JULYrrlOTOHOURSS 1-5 dington look old by using make-up to highlight and define facial lines.The tainer, in Waycross Ga. and others interested in forestry to
seminar sponsored by the Bradford Community Players will continue contact him at the agriculture
tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. and Interested persons are invited to attend. Before coming here Shepard was, building 9646280.


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99 per person

Joe CissyBCT

Revolutionary New Mower Blade... Stuff Writer
A stack of the new blades is seen at left. The cutting Starke Power Equipment on
Jim Todd is seen at the huge press that punches the element Is a special grade of wire to be attached to the S.Walnut Street is the local dealer
FOR CREATIVE COLOR vanes and mounting holes for the new mower blade being disc, and Is said to be virtually Injury free. It will not for the revolutionary new lawm
manufactured by Todd's Machine Shop, U.S. 301 hurl debris or cut through a shoe if accidentially mower blade developed by the
north Starke for Crosley Safety Blade. Inc. caught under the mower. ,.. of Crosley Hampton.Corporation,"U.S.".: 301,south ...
- - - - Plans
are being made for
I PLAY WINNING TENNISvvvvvvvvvxvvvvvvvvvvvvzt manufacturing the new circular
n O o lawn mower blade throughout the
nation, under liscense from
E ro PER HOUR Crosley
CALL MARK r 3tuDENTJ/NCLUDE KHII.t Safety Blade,Inc.Replacable wires,
Odd 6X150R17JJJae TEAM MEMSERDf. which cut the grass, are attached to

I COASTAL ........................................... holes in the circular blade.
.";:"...".."..".."..."..".."..".."...".."..".."..". Presently 200 per day are being
:? manufactured by Todd's Machine
1 GRAND OPENING of t Products, Inc.. US-301 north of
Starke, and plans call for increased
'rti production,said James Todd,ownerof
d'f' t"t"
the machine shop now engaged In
MART'SGRAND I II >> industrial and general machine
f work.The present model Is made of
; er + } stainless steel to prolong wear at the
points the cutting elements are at-

tached.Many months of testing have gone
I f3 into the development of this blade,
i3 {s sf and results show the blade to have a
number of benefits, according to
t Gilbert Crosley developer of the

'f' t F Frti blade.It .will not throw heavy objects
: Terri Jo's =f5 such as pieces of steel, stone or
I OPENING I {s wood that might cause injury.
J .It will not break bones or cause
; Kitchenti! other serious injuries when direct
contact is made with the cutters and
the foot, if shoes are worn.It .
fi i Hwy. 301 S. Across from Wal-Mart t, will not cause damage to the
.., t, mower engine, such as bending the
GIVEAWAY I II :f,, 'TRY US, YOU'LL LIKE US" {f'} crankshaft hit. when stationary objectsare

sit could lower the cost of lawn
IN f; SUNDAY Call-In ;f5 y yr mowers since rear guards would no
longer be necessary.It .
: SPECIAL Orderst is not necessary to remove the
f ROAST TURKEY BREAST f' blade for sharpening. Simply snapon
STARKE I II II :{;, With Dressing whipped Welcome t' new cutters when needed. This

f i potatoes and gravy slaw, fS the also is problem a safety of feature blades, eliminating not being
'r cranberry sauce, 964-9646
$ :f r; 2 vegetables, ,_ __ Hours: t tl Stalling properly.the engine Is virtually
; hot biscuit eliminated. The circular cutters
f '
i dessert sI simply swivel in their mounting In
I :.-{ 50d;' \, :>::':;,.::.. 6a.m.Upm.t case the grass Is too thick to cut,or a
3. ".Pi..'<,'.;" Sunday stationary object Is hit

I GRAND OPENING SPECIALS: I SWEEPSTAKES PRIZES: I II f-.i, \. -.' 6 a.m. -3 pm. well This as or blade better mulches than conventional the grass as
?; It's Fun To f' bar blades.
Pepsi, 6 pk.-12 oz. cans .......... .. 990 I ((2)) Sony Walkman Radios I :f{{ DELIVERY FREE r: f. / Be Nice To People! t' .It also vacuums and bags.well
I as, or better than standard
44 MAG Squeeze Bottle-44 oz. ..... 990 ((5)) Deluxe FM Radios :{ IF NEEDED t lift bar blades. or high

I 12 coffee I ((5)) Road Atlases %i for kind patronage I The blade Is the result of hundredsof
oz. or fountain drink ....100 : "Thank you your hours of testing by Gilbert Crosley

Cigarettes-major brands ......, 990 pk. I ((5)) Marlboro Country Music Tapes I during the past week" {l f.Xf. t who over has town been in seen recent mowing grass Gilbert all
I ( years.
I .
(Limit( 3 pks/customer) ((10)) $10 C-Mart Certificates ..,.'(, ( t' I "- ( (",,; I says he wasn't crazy;he was perfecting
<::lIIltl/!'/?/? t.:?:!-/?:.lIt.:?/?:t.l?:t.:,it.l t.l?: ...ttlt.'t.'tfttt: I the new blade.
I Busch/Natural Light i. Beer, 24 pk.-12 oz. I (good for$10 worth of C-Mart

cans ....... .. .........._......... .$8.99 store merchandise)

I Old Milwaukee Beer, 24 pk.-12 oz. cans I No purchase Is necessary. Must be at least 16 PUBLIC NOTICEQualifying

$&.99 years old to be eligible. Residents of Floridaare
I I entitled to participate and are eligible to for the
Schlitz Beer, 6 pk.-12oz. cans .. .$1.69BuyOne win prizes. Drawing to be held during the weekof two-year terms of:

I I July 22. Details and official rules availableat City Clerk,

Frito Lay Grab Bags ....... Get-One-Free the Coastal Mart Store In Starke. Florida. Chief-of-Police,

'I I C-Mart Auto Shade with Fill-Up of City Commissioner District 2

I Hi-Octane Premium Gasoline .. Free Commissioner
I City District 4

:I, I will take place at the Starke City Hall,

I I 209 South Temple Street9644O84 I II beginning noon, July 24, 1989 and ending
I Prices valid from July 20 through July 22 at the Coastal Mart '
I I Store In Starke only. We resent the right to limit quantities. I I noon, July 28, 1989.

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A PB. PS.Air. 7 pass.. 5 spd. cruise.AM/FM cass., Frnt WAS$11.503 ONLY I
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'89 DodgeDynasty '89 Plymouth '89 Eagle Summit '89 Eagle PremierES '89 Eagle PremierLX '89 Jeep GranWagoneer

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Pseat. PDL.Tilt cruise. cass. cass. PW cast alum. whls. whls. V-8.
ATOD( ). V6.AM/FM cass. WAS $13.235 WAS $12.755 WAS $19.502 WAS $18,500 WAS $28.501

:;.a.324 $14.999* $10,999* $10.289* NOW 14.989* NOW $13,933* NOW $23.999*

'89 ChryslerLe

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PS. tilt, cruise. PDL. UNBEATABLE .
loaded! Black&white top.
turbo charged.

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PB. PS. tilt Coupe cruise.At, air.
Am/FM cass. I

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5 spd., 6 cyl.. air. PB. PS. -
tilt hardtop silver/black.

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A few Landau standard features: $ CCO
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Bumper-to Bumper Transmission CLEARANCE {
4 dr.. 6 cyl..AT. PB. PS Owner Care Fbwer-Asr+Brakes lsted D ORS C I(
Program" Steering. '
air. Automatic Windows and CASH BACK $
Was. $17.468 Temperature Control Door Locks
AlrCondltlonlng AM/FM Stereo
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roof rack.AM/FM cass. 0 29FlNANCINGOR .
Was. $19.332 $1,500 BACK'" $750 BACK* $750 }!. $2OOO B FICK. -

NOW Some LeBaron Coupe standard features: With 47 standard feature Including: Over 40 standard features Including: With standard features like:
$!S.489a*| 2.5 Liter/ EH Engine 2.2 Liter Overhead Cam .Electronic Fuel Injected .6LlterIntercooled
.Raver-Assisted FburWheelDisc I Engine TUrbocharged Engine PLYMOUTHVOYAGER:
Engine Four-WheerDIsc with Antl-
Brakes :
Front Wheel I'I Brakes tock Rear Brakes '
Raver-Assisted Rack-and- Rwer Assisted Steering Front Wheel Drive 16-Inch Cast Aluminum
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Message Center and MiniTripComputer .Anti-Theft Security System : :

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Loaded! 4 dr..,6 cyl..AT. ,
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141at Madison street 1050 N.OrangeA\la1ue 1" : ;dJ ,
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NOW $18,589

'89 JeepCherokee 1750SouthsldeBhd.Jacksonville.FL 201 San.Augustine.Marco AvenueSt. FL 1951 HlghwayAlAEwtYUlee.Il.! Z81-840. '

4WD (9041739-7300 .'.":4' (900)829653J x (9041

4 dr..loaded trailer tow pkg.. lion i
U.a Highway
..' 3s PotaUw Street 1736Caa atA. nueJacksonville. Live Oak.PLpH'mo.U
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Ticks and vaccine

SarcoptlcMange $3.50

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Ask Kim why Daughter Amanda brought

home the barrel racing money and mama

none. Of course she is #4 in standing for all

of the U.S. of A.fiLi .

Dixie Major All-Stan... B.. ett,JJ.Normu and Kyle Brown
The Dixie Major AM Star.. from Stone competed I.the All.Star fa the back row from left to right. Aut.Coach Tim Crew,boon Dodd Joe .L --- -. .- ... ....
Tournament thI8 week In StartLe. Sanford.Scott! JON. Bob Clayton Aut.Coach Mike Plant Sean Davis Bucky : : i
From left(.right fa.front:.bu.-y.......MI CUtty, DaaIee AM.Bobby Cw,D.....J Prescott Steve...... Md Head Coach Ken Chitty. iI I iI

Little Angler's Golden Bass Extremely Rare Occurance I
.. /
When Mattie Louise Anderson. told goldfish in any tank. But, accordingto color. These three types of cells are thic bass is astronomicall-! if
her friends about the fish sh .....ht Denson,gold is just an inadequatedescriptive melanophores, xanthophores and the fisherman goes fishing every
in Lake llatchmelia they thought term when describing erythrophores. When bass possess day for centuries. Only a few
she was delirious. When she called any goldfish. all three you catch a bass that looks biologists with the Commission can
the Florida Game & Fresh Water Goldfish aren't really gold, but like a bass. But when a genetic even claim to have ever seen one, 2226 N. Temple 964-7871
Fish Commission biologist rather a bright orange" Denson mutation occurs involving these pig- much less ever handled one. In fact,
suspected she might be some sort of said. "That's exactly the color of ment cells you catch a Bass of dIf- the Commission produces millions of
prankster. this bass-bright orange." ferent color. bass every year at its Richloam Hat
When Mattie's friends saw the He said the very unusual colora- "The absence of melanophoresand chery and scientists there have yet
largemouth bass they couldn't tion in this bass is due to a simple erythrophores and the presenceof to observe a single xanthic bass PLAY WINNING TENNIS
believe it. When Commission biological phenomenon. Its occur- xanthrophores, will cause,.as in among the fingerlings.Although .
fisheries biologist Ken Denson saw rence,on the other hand, especiallyIn this case,a bass to be orange, Den-
it, he couldn't believe it either, but largemouth bass is extremelyrare. son said. "This particular genetic the likelihood of ever $10 PER HOUR
there it was... gold just like she mutation is referred to as 'xan- seeing an orange bass is remote at STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS I
said.Mattie Most fish are born with three typesof thicism'." best,catching a 2V4 pound adult xan- CALL MARK T TEAM MEMBERS
Louise had caught a golden specialized color pigment prooucji The improbability! of a fishermanever thic bass is even more amazing, 964-630S 0R473-4380
black bass, one as cold as any '." that give them their unique catching or even seeing,a xan-. -- Dpnsnn said I IN Io

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The Silver Star Square Dance
Club will hold a square dancing
class Tuesday July 25 at 7 p.m. at
Lawtey Community School. Square
dancers meet every Tuesday and
Thurdav from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Pop Warner...
Sign-ups for Pop Warner football
and car washes are set July 15 and
July 29 at the Community State a
Bank parking lot, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.A f 1
sign-up only is set July 22 at WL L L .
the Deerfoot Village parking lot, 10 --
a.m. to 3 p.m. o
Pop Warner practice begins the '89 GL "
first week of August. 89

55 Class Cruise...

The BHS Class of 1955 is planning
3-day cruise from Port Canaveralin
Sept. 1990 to celebrate its 35th
reunion. Other graduating classesare "ifci'Ql*- -*>-+>*'-*"'----
invited to join the cruise. For ** T ZZZ m*
info call Judy Casey Berard,
473-2468, or Lake Region Travel,
Class of '79...

The Class of '79 is having its 10 $ *
year class reunion August 19, 1989. M
For information call 431-1005 2 2 5 _ _ _
282-8743 or 3380808. They are trying 4 Dr. AT,Air.Tilt. Speed s'
to contact everyone, please let Group 0 $
them know where you are. Stereo

Learn a Trade... Power Doors & Locks PER MO. N.: XLT AM/FM With Can FreD. Tachometer Air 1 9 9.1o.AMFM

The Job Training Partnership > Chrome Step Bumper
Act (JTPA) will send you to schoolat I _J > Sliding Rear Window
the Vocational Center, if you : PER MO.
qualify.There. E
are openings in Commercial

Cosmetology Heavy Vehicle Equipment and Clerical.Driving and Hor Welding, 88 1/2 HATCHBACK y I (QJj[ = )[ ((9J1L

ticulture.For .
further information contactMs. &4 ---i''t : 1
Velma Mitchell at the local Job -
Service Office,964-8092.

Free Day Car... D XLT
Free day care for 3-4 year olds 1* OROEDDIE
available in most private preschools -
in Starke. For more information BAUER -.. a
call Robin Lee at Bradford
School Board Office, ph. 9644800.
2 Dr, AM/FM .A'\J\J- S)"

Square Dance... Power Digital Clock W \P I/, r

Plus Level square dance instruc- I Instrumentation Group I FROM '
available each second and $ _
tion is N 17,65TFIRST
o D
fourth Tuesday in the Kingaley I.After Rebate*TM ft Title PER MO.
Lake Civic Center from 8-10 p.m.,
with Ken information Perez,caller.call 964-7955.For additional TIME EVER! $1000'Cash Rebate on

Child Find... 1.989 Victoria the Only Full Size, Full Frame American 'Car.

Do you know a child with a hanChUd Crown Save ThOUSandS. 6 to select from.
Find 1s one part of the
Florida Diagnostic and Learning '86 LTD Fire Engine Red '86 XLT Lariat 4x4:
Resources System (FDLRS) that 86 MERCURY COUGAR 88 Buick Regal LT 87
lends support services to exceptional Immaculate.3000 miles tilt cruise: Power Everythingl Flawless Car.A TOP OF THE LINE! AT,power 4 dr.,AT tilt cruise,stereo,very AT.35,000 miles black w/power
student education programs can,PW.Wont last" long!!! STEAL! everything. ,sun roof dean car! clean. everythingl Chrome roll bar,tires
in a six county area: Bradford. and
I and Baker Union Flagler Counties., Putnam,Johns, $7495 $10,488 $7988 $4995 xlcEi 9950

One function of Child Find Is
Identification of potentially handicapped -
I preschool and
the location of children and youth
1 j'l between birth and 21 years of age 11t Our
who may have a handicap,condition Terwillegar'AskAb
\. and are not receiving services.
.J' Some areas of handicapping conditions LIFETIME
may be speech, language, 473-FORD
,) hearing, vision,learning;behavior 964-7200 Statewide 1-8OO-329-FORD SERVICEStarke
or physical problems.If 371-1096 300-rORD' Keystone Heights at=ae GUARANTEE]
I you know: of a child who maybe State Road 21 .
handicapped, contact 1209 Madison Gainesville Jacksonville
j I FDLRS/a fd Find at(904)33MU1

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dL S E C T I 0 N THURSDAY' ,July 20, I9H9 D..tJ'JiliTii mlt.t stun; Hountu! Olimea. )

.. ...

Former Starke Businessman Gets Sentenced for Trafficking :

by Carolyn Eaves the county. Driving time from Kingsley Lake and Larry Charles four years concurrent with a federal placed on a three years probation: in violence assault upon law enforc-
BCT SlaH Writer Starke is about ten hours. Green, 34, of Starke. All entered sentence. March 29 Andrews pled 1982 he"was charged with leaving the ment officer, ; he pled guilty to the
A 67-year-old Bradford Countyman Indicted from the Bradford area pleas of guilty.March guilty to four counts of drug charges, scene of an accident with injuries; assault and was fined $190.50. the
has been sentenced to serve a with Noegel were Larry David An- 1, Carroll and Robert he received a 12-year-sentence. the case was transferred to misde- other charges were dismissed: in
six months active sentence in North drews,32,of Starke;Freddie Gerald Carter were each sentenced to N. C. Noegel's criminal history in Bract meanor court where he pled guilty 1983 he was arrested for driving
Carolina for drug trafficking. Carroll 33,of Keystone Heights; Ir- state prison for three years; Green ford County includes a 1975 chargfof fr:and paid$150 court costs: in 1984 he under influence and careless driv- I
Stanley Schafer Noegel former vin Lane Carter, 38, of Lawtey was sentenced to serve five years; lewd lascivious assault upon a was charged with disorderly Intox- ing; he pled to willful-wanton
owner of Noe el Auto Sales in Robert Darrell Carter. 25. of! Lane Carter was sentenced to serve female child; he pled guilty and was ication, resisting arrest without reckless driving and paid a$400 fine.
Starke pled guilty June 12 to con-
spiracy to transport cocaine in excess
of 400 grams. Noegel was
sentenced to 12 years. (Which includes -
a five year suspended
sentence and five years probation a SELECTION
$20,000 fine, court costs and other LARGEST
special conditions,) .
is confined to
Noegel a prison
in McCain N. C. .
Trucks and Chevy or
A North Carolina grand jury April, of Quality Chevrolet
1988 indicted 48 people,including six
area men,on 270 counts of drug traf-
ficking in Brunswick County, N. C. Oldsmobile Cars in the Area.
Noegel was indicted on one count
each of conspiracy,delivery.non "-
sion and transporting Slated logo to

trial received until M.irch l June a continuance 1:1.6 the at which trial was for time a postponed changeof Noegel- Shop at Home NOW for $avings Galore

The indictments of the 48 people {
involved marijuana and cocaine
worth about$2,5 million Most of the
drugs, chiefly cocaine, came from
Florida,where county dealers wouldgo ETf& *
to pick them up.Most of the drugs 1901500
arrived in Brunswick by car.
Brunswick County sits on the
eastern coast of North Carolina just Pickup
over the South Carolina state line
where Interstate 95 passes through

; ar.rrirs.rasarrrsr 1107 $189
News BriefMan list$13,455Cost MO.

k $11,910

ArrestedFor Short Wheel Base, Red,
Grand TheftA V-8, Air Cond., Auto Trans.,

: .. and Much More
33-year-old Starke man was arrested I Guages
July 17 and charged with tak- :1Li :TiTiI: ;
ing money under false pretense in

Feb.Aaron Harris Holley was charged 10.95 APR. $2550 Down Cash or
with grand theft and on a capais for y ,. Trade Equity .., ... WK
.. no valid driver's license:':according, ""a"" '. "; ".. ,
to Lt. David Aderholt. Holley aka
Jimmy Mack Land, allegedly told a
local man he had connections where
he could get a new expensive VCR
and offered to sell the same to the
man for$300.The man contacted the
sheriff and arrangements for the
man to make the deal in the parkinglot
of Deer Foot Shopping Center.
Holley accepted the$300 went into
an appliance store to get the VCR
and slipped out the back door,accor-
ding to Aderholt.He has been sought
since that time. NEW NOVAAutomatic
Bond was set at$1,105.75. He was
released on his own recognizance.

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Weekday 7:00 s 9:20: : s
Sat.*Sun 4:30,7:00.9:20SCREEN: ,Dins \. +'! ++ $45000 Inc. Factory Paint

I TWO \t Syri .. .. & Minor Repairs

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Jerry Miller Jim Farris Terry Blakeslee ,DeBorah Rothberg Stew Lee tn
Says, "Get Your Car Ready for

r Burger King pr ..nt. 1988 1986 Chevy 1987 Tahoe 1986 F-1S0 Summer"
FREE Children' HOT!. Couoons good through_ Jllly, 1989
Wed..July 28 PG Beretta Celebrity Blazer Lariat r- MrraoodwrranehAIR"iQoodwiwnehALIGNMENTS- -- ----J I,

5 apt,PS,PB,air, 4 dr., I owner. 6 cyl AT tilt cruise V-8 pw,PB,tilt I CONDITION CHECK UP I i M AQ4

The RescueBhowtimM stereo,fire engine red. PB,Pi.,AMJFM cass' cruise.two to ne. I I H& $ 995 I II por..ne_-ce I I'

IfeOO*100 '-- .. '.I1 -- --.
$8 995 $s 995 == __ =
Get jout tfKU Ockmtm ft the Barge* $6,495 $4,888 1------------ --- ---I
J1I C"Staib I .. Mr.GdWNnch BRAKE
1987 1989 3/4 1986 Ford WMESEE
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301 DRIVE-IN NASCAR'S a-s $4995 111u,0-$159951/
I. II I M. = 1
Stake 964-7434 Nissan Ton Chevy Aerostar NEWJDmON! ..
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Children.................... 600 Hwy 301 North Open: Mon--Frl&3O-8 P.M. 372-0103
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Dog Nuggets Pro Dip II Distemper7way

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Ticks and vaccineSarcoptic

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$12.99 \

Ask Kim why Daughter Amanda brought

home the barrel racing money and mama I

none. Of course she is ## 4 in standing for all

of the U.S. of A.

Dixie Major All-SOrs... .et JJ- Norman...Kyle Bro_. I
The DWe Major All SCar tout fro.Stub raapctod lathe All-SUur h Uu back row from left.right AuL Coach Tim Oew.Jason Dodd Joe "
Tournament this week In 8........ Sanford Scott -, Rob Clayton Aut.Coach Mike Plant Sea Davis. cliy Itu, ( _' JII,
From left to right to frontt .......Jeff DaaIee AM.
Aiitheay CUtty Robby Crow,David Prescott Steve Lewis and Head Coach Ken ChHty. '_ __.___ I

Little Angler's Golden Bass Extremely Rare Occurance

When Mattie Louise Anderson told goldfish in any tank.But accordingto color.These three types of cells are thic bass is astronomicall-! if
her friends about the fish ahA rnnoht Denson,gold is Just an inadequate melanophores xanthophores and the fisherman goes fishing every ;
in Lake Ilatchinelia, they thought descriptive term when describing ervthrophores. When bass possess day for centuries. Only a few
she was delirious. When she called any goldfish. all three you catch a bass that looks biologists with the Commission can
the Florida Game & Fresh Water Goldfish aren't really gold but like a bass. But when a genetic even claim to have ever seen one, 2226 N. Temple 964-7871
Fish Commission biologist rather a bright orange" Denson mutation occurs involving these pig much less ever handled one. In fact
suspected she might be some sort of said. "That's exactly the color of ment cells you catch a bass of different the Commission produces millions 01
prankster. this bass- bright orange." color. bass every year at its Richloam Hat
When Mattie's friends saw the He said the very unusual colora- "The absence of melanophoresand chery and scientists there have yet
largemouth bass they couldn't tion in this bass is due to a simple erythrophores and the presenceof to observe a single xanthic bass PLAY WINNING TENNIS
believe it. When Commission biological phenomenon. Its occur- xanthrophores, will cause .as in among the fin erlin s.
fisheries biologist Ken Denson saw rence, on the other hand, especiallyin this case a bass to be orange, Den
it, he couldn't believe it either, but largemouth bass, Is extremelyrare. son said. "This particular genetic Although the likelihood of ever $10 PER HOUR
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Square Dane..
The Silver Star Square Dance
Club will hold a square dancing ci
class Tuesday July 25 at 7 p.m. at i
Lawtey Community School. Square
dancers meet every Tuesday and 0 ,
Thurdav from 8:30 to 10:30: p.m. -j

Pop Warner... -
Sign-ups for Pop Warner football -l
and car washes are set July IS and &
July 29 at the Community State
Bank parking lot 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.A _
sign-up only is set July 22 at
the Deerfoot Village parking lot, 10 ;
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Pop Warner practice begins the '89 GL, I
first week of August.

'55 Class Cruise...
The BHS Class of 1955 Is planning -
3-day cruise from Port Canaveralin N
Sept. 1990 to celebrate Its 35th
reunion. Other graduating classes
are invited to join the cruise. For 0
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473-2468 or Lake Region Travel, M
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Class of '79... I

The of'79 Is having its 10 $ "
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Former Starke Businessman Gets Sentenced for Trafficking .!

by Carolyn Eav. the county. Driving time from Kingsley Lake and Larry Charles four years concurrent with a federal placed on a three years probation:in violence,assault upon a law enforc- ;
ICT Staff Writer Starke is about ten hours. Green, 34 of Starke. All entered sentence. March 29 Andrews pled 1982 he-was charged with leaving the ment officer; he pled guilty to the I
A 67-year-old Bradford Countyman Indicted from the Bradford area pleas of guilty.March guilty to four counts of drug charges scene of an accident with injuries; assault and was fined $$190.50. the
has been sentenced to serve a with Noegel were Larry David Andrews 1, Carroll and Robert he received a 12-year-sentence. the case was transferred to misdemeanor other charges were dismissed: in
six months active sentence in North ,32,of Starke;Freddie Gerald Carter were each sentenced to N.C. Noegel's criminal history In Brady v court where he pled guilty 1985 he was arrested for driving
Carolina for drug trafficking. Carroll 33,of Keystone Heights; Irvin state prison for three years; Green ford County includes 1975 charga of i f and paid$150 court costs: in 1984 he under influence and careless driv- I
Stanley Schafer Noegel former Lane Carter, 38, of Lawtey, was sentenced to serve five years; lewd, lascivious assault upon a was charged with disorderly intoxication ing; he. pled to willful-wanton
owner of Noegel Auto Sales in Robert Darrell Carter 25, of Lane Carter was sentenced to serve female child;he pled guilty and was resisting arrest without reckless driving and paid a$400 fine.
Starke pled guilty June 12 to con
spiracy to transport cocaine in excess 1&.:"
of 400 grams. Noegel was
sentenced to 12 years. (Which includes -
a five year suspended
sentence and five years probation,a FiiSELEcT10N.
$20,000 fine court costs and other .
special conditions.)

Noegel is confined to a prison
hospital McCain,N. C. .
Trucks and Chevy or
A North Carolina grand jury April, of Quality Chevrolet
1988 indicted 48 people including six
area men,on 270 counts of drug trafficking
in Brunswick County, N. C. Oldsmobile Cars in the Area.
Noegel was indicted on one count
each of conspiracy,delivery.: """q,."-
sion and transporting.Slated to go to

trial received until Marrh June a continuance 27 6,the at which trial was for time a postponed changeof Noegel Shop at Home NOW for $avings Galore!

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involved marijuana and cocaine lurm.eiw. wwersi-i ernneanew,
worth about$2,5 million.Most of the 1
drugs, chiefly cocaine, came from
Florida where county dealers wouldgo : I [ *
to pick them up.Most of the drugs 901500
arrived in Brunswick by car. _
Brunswick County sits on the
eastern coast of North Carolina just Pickup
over the South Carolina state line
where Interstate 95 passes through wv. .

News BriefMan y; :y.3 &&CN4107 List$13,455Cost $189 MO.

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ArrestedFor ; Short Wheel Base Red,
-- V-8 Air Cond. Auto Trans.
Grand TheftA -u Q ,
Guages and Much More
33-year-old Starke man was arrested
July 17 and charged with taking -
money under false pretense in

Feb.Aaron Harris Holley was charged 10.95 APR$255Q Down Cash. or
with grand theft and on a capais for ... Trade Equity '
no valid driver's license/according;
to Lt. David'Aderholt. "olley,'aka
Jimmy Mack Land, allegedly told a
local man he had connections wherehe
could get a new expensive VCR
and offered to sell the same to the
man for$300.The man contacted the
sheriff and arrangements for the
man to make the deal in the parking "
lot of Deer Foot Shopping Center. x
Holley accepted the$300 went into
an appliance store to get the VCR
and slipped out the back door,according
to Aderholt.He has been sought
since that time. NEW NOVAAutomatic
Bond was set at$1,105.75. He was
released on his own recognizance.

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Recent Arrests
by Carolyn Eavt

5CT StoH Wrlt.r

Two Men ArrestedFor Iy 14 for grand theft-firearm, accor- Jeff Boyd Caldwell, 24, was arrested rested Ronald Joseph Birt, 38, was ar- Couple ArrestedFor Wifmirta
ding to Deputy Barry King. Mack July 14 for battery (spouse),
MurderTwo July 18 for breach of peace Grand TheftA
according to
allegedly entered the home of Otto and disorderly conduct,according to Deputy Harvey
Bradford County men were Williams, asking for money. She Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. Caldwellwas victim in face Birt allegedly struck the Gainesville couple has been Tennis
arrested early Sunday morning then removed the gun from under allegedly displaying a pocket released several times.He was charged with stealing cash rental
charged with shooting at several his pillow and left the house, said knife at the bowling alley. Bond was was posted.after a $2,000 surtey bond payments from a complex they
people and damaging their vehiclein Bond set at$1,000, he was released on hip Keystone earlier this year in / par Hour OR Learn
Hampton.Curtis for the charge was set at own recognizance. Heights. ( With A friend for$5 Each
R. Brooks, 31, of Hamptonand $5,000 cash or surety,she remains in Traffic Dennis Alan Busby, 32, and <\\ Cotf Mark at 473-4360 orVST I
Francis K. Forsythe, 35, of custody. Donniel Anthony Doster, 26, of Margaret Lynn Busby, 29, were ar- 964-6305
Jimmie Lee Cason,35, of Jackson-
Starke were charged July 16 with at- rested July 17 on a warrant charging I
Lawtey was arrested July 14 on a ville was arrested July 15 for driving grand theft, ,
tempted murder according to Deputy warrant according to Deputy [
Recent ArrestsIn charging violation of
under influence and driving while Barry with
They are charged
Harvey Rhoden. Brooks and For for I
uttering a forged bank check
sythe apparently got into an argu- Bradford CountyThe and license suspended, according to taking $20,000 or more from I II
ment with a truck load of people in burglary Bond according to Deputy Trooper D. C. Roberts. Cason's Keystone Oaks, Ltd. in February. Students Include KHHS
madein Barry King. was set al
following arrests were $1,000 blood alcohol content was .22 Bond
Waldo. The argument ended and per- was set at $10,000 each,they
Bradford by local for each charge. He remains in Team Members
everyone left. cent. Bond was set at $1,250, he remains were released on their own
authorities. custody.
About 4 a.m. Brooks and Forsythesaw in custody recognizance
the truck on CR-18 and starter "
chasing in their own trucks, laic P
Rhoden. The two men in the
vehicles rammed the victim's vehi
cle several times slamming It inti Winn-Dtxle
an oak tree off Short St.in Hampton
Several shots were fired at the vie
tims as they fled from the wrecke-
-Brooks and Forsythe fled Uv TM !
scene but were later apprehends
and charged, said Rhoden. The gu
was recovered.The .
victims, Kim Link, Tash
Bolton, Choyce Link all of Walde
Tommy Bolton and Jackie Green<
Gainesville and Andrea Martin <
Starke said they did not kno' = YOUNG-N-

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Bond was set at $30,000 for th STARKE CHICKEN TENDER
charge. Monday bond was reduceto 470 WEST MOOIBON STREET FRYING
$5,000 and they were released o = GRADE 'A'National
their own recognizance
Assisting in the investigation wa

Chief David A.Deputy Aderholt.Pat Henry and L' Brands at WHOLE

Woman Charged #<;:

With CheatingA fRYERS
19-year-old Lawtey woman ha Everyday
again been arrested,this time as sh ,
was harrassing residents of Brad
ford County.
Angelinla Harris was charged Ju
1 cheating, according ti Low Prices
Deputy Harvey Rhoden. A real flimflam
artist, Harris was going door b
door asking for money and/or lyinf 580r
by telling the resident that then
neighbor's car was broke down an At Winn-Dixie We're
she needed money to help them or( 42--
friend of theirs wanted to borrow
money. She had several stories concerning '
her need for money anc to Give You the LB.
several residents gave her $5 or 10. Working
At least a dozen calls from Griffis
Loop, Bessent Road and Walnut St.
area were received concerning Harris

Rhoden.' appearance at their door, said Lowest Total Food Bill. FRYER BREAST 00. LB. $198

Harris and her husband were arrested
last month after they forged -- -
stolen checks and cashed them. II'I

with Angelinia was and additionally theft after charged r '.' \ .'!:' ':. It 1'f .EVERYDAY IOW PRICE!II B.'UY\'l'.IJ' '!: Hotilll
robbery petit going ''''1r
into the home of an elderly I
woman asking for money June 19.: As
the woman was getting the money
Angelinia grabbed the purse and ran il _
out of the House. 1
She was released from jail on the .
June charges after surety bonds for
tr = ,
$2,500: were posted. .
Harris was released July 17 after a MR. BIG MR. BIG MR. BIG "
$1,000 surety bond was posted. BIG N SOFT BIG N THIRSTY BIG F N! PRETTY


With Stealing Gun TRUCKLOAD of VALUIS!

Two Starke men have been charged L$1"9 L$1"9 r$1"9
with beating a man July 14 and 3 300
stealing his gun. PKG. PKG.
William Charles Miller, 20, and
Joseph Brian Stafford, 19 were '
charged with grand theft firearm,
according to Patrolman Bob DELl
McGrath,Sgt. Gerald Hayes and Lt. EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
K. R. Hinds, Jr.
Stafford was additionally chargedwith LOW ( 3 .i1 LAW pR1CE PRICE
men allegedly entered a I _
residence on Jefferson St., where a ,,,, uwlrmrJy __
fight broke out.Stafford followed the p/f AtlM1 / _
victim to a convenience store wherehe

seeking again help.hit the victim who was HORMEL i1I_ 1

Martin allegedly took the gun and CHOPPED HAM -
gave it to Stafford.A I I
bolo was issued for the vehicle in __
which Miller and Stafford and two gHormell S
other men, Dewey Jackson
Williams, 19, and Earl Wade Godwin
18, were riding and they were '
later apprehended. According to the I I
arrest record all four occupants of
the car are suspects in retail theftsin
Clay and Bradford County. TAKE IIOME
Miller and Stafford were released
after a $2,500 surety bond was postedfor DINNER PACKSOUTHERN : .
each man.Williams '"CLUDES:
was charged with retail o Z EACH THIGH; IEG$ B
theft for stealing food from the JR EEEAS13 a "- FRIED CHICKEN
Food Store in Keystone Heights and u WHO uuo -
earlier from the Food Mart, according *.It SUN 0 OKANOIFBUIT
to Deputy Barry King.Williamswas o ENOUGH FOR 4 ; "'- : PUNCHLEMOHADI
released on his own
Man's Arrest i BEER GATORADE

Leads to ArrestOf ...... CHOCOLATE MOUND or 3
Second Man PINEAPPLE 24-PK./ $799 $189" 18-oz. $1 00

I A vehicle ran off the road and intoa UPSIDE 12-oz. a.oMILLER =.. CANS
ditch while Starke police were in DOWN' CAKE
pursuit for a routine traffic stop July

17.Driver Dana Alan Kamp exited 12 =$555 HOT DOG orHAMBURGER 2 99c DEEP SOUTH

the vehicle and starting striking the $299 BEER . . CANS BUNS PIG. SQUEEZE MUSTARD i,%
officer,according to Patrolmen Gor- h
don Smith and Perry Gorman. EA. I MARKETPLACE
Kamp was charged with officer WHITE RAIN
with violence, resist attempting ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES PHARMACY
to elude, driving while BARBECUE SHAMPOO or
I license suspended and battery of a JUMBOBAIBECUE
law enforcement officer,said Smith. PORK SANDWICH EA COLA CONDITIONECOCA NPH U 310 $89
I Bond was set at $1,800, he was
.: released on his own recognizance. AmE,CHEESE,WALNUT.CHEISE 1 CHERRY.DANISH0"8" ; $ INSULIN loPaK<<
: ggc
I Kamp stated he gave Anthony 249 .D
2-LTR. 1s
Leonard Aaron,30. $7 for crack,said COFFEE CAKES u BTL.
J? Aaron told he had$700 LO DOSE
Smith. lUmp NACHO,BALSA !
worth of crack and he was willing to PINK 1489

I,, share crack.if Aaron Kamp was would charged help he with sell conspiracy the- DEL TORTILLA I 99c GAL CHABLIS, RED ROSE or BLUSH ARM & HAMMER $ 22 SYRINGES l 1rJ:
to sell a controlled HIPs. o. . : DENTAL CARE . in
. substance and aggravated assault.

Lawtey Arrested 27-year-old Woman For Lawtey TheftA woman has Clean Stores mid Quick CheckouI

been from a charged man's home.with stealing a pistol

Lillie Jean Mack was arrested JIIi. -


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O'Steeii Part of College Team's Big Season

By Mark Frledlln reglonals was a key member of exercise portion of the program. "All-around"for the first time.An
In house financing. No BCT Staff Writer the team during the season The floor exercise demands "all-around" is a gymnasticsteam
SHELL 9.5 APR down payment. No points. College Freshman Stephanie who's loss may have preventedthe both graceful leaping and tum- member who competes In
HOME SALE No closing cost to qualified O'Steen a graduate of Bradford Tigers from placing higher bling ability along with great every exercise In the meet In-
High School and native of than fourth at the final tourna-
lot owners strength in both upper and cluding the floor exercise the
SIZE EXIUUCR. 'PMI'. Starke has completed her first ment. lower body in order to accom- parallel bars and balance beam
STARTER $12,200 515800 15yr.JFlnanclngj. season as a key member of the O'Steen was one of the better plish some of the Imaginativeand and the vault.
/ Towson State University gym- performers on an outstanding daring programs seen at top O'Steen shone In her first all-
1000 $23,005 4311.00
nastics squad helping her teamto team that won their third college meets. around
as a college gymnastand
!500 799. *3(3300r an outstanding 20-2 record. straight Eastern College Ath- O'Steen also helped the Tigers scored
a 34.95 to
000 99, *38900 Not 30:20 The Tigers closed out their sea- letic Conference (ECAC) title win their second consecutive
Towson defeat
or help
_._ _. Call yr. son with a fourth place finish at edging out New Hampshire with Maryland State College cham- and Maryland.
Navy UMBC for the cham-
We build\ to coin;; Irtfon 396-3123 or the NCAA Regional Meet at the 184.70 combined team points. pionship. The meet was a
NATIONAL per- pionship.
too. Starting.2000/ sq.S23.OOs.f. 0. 272-7505-....... Rough Plumbing University of Kentucky. O'Steen was outstanding In the sonal triumph for O'Steen as In the TSU Invitational.
and ElectricRequired. O'Steen. who suffered a foot in Tigers run for the title,
well team
en 038I93 as a satisfying victory O'Steen had a 36.75 all-around
wWVu s
jury and did not compete in th- an exceptional 9.25 on the floor because she competed as an
score Including a 9.50 on the

beam a difficult, potentially
dangerous event as the Tigers
beat Temple to win their fourth

1stx. straight TSU Invitational title.

; O'Steen's best meet of the sea-
: son came In a win over New
BUF Hampshire when she tied for
first place on the floor exercise
with a score of 9.30 and finished

U.S. CHOICE BONELESS Tf IMCUT"SPECIAL 36.70 second points.In the all-around with

Y "Stephanie has gained a
7-10 LB. AVG.WHOLE. tremendous amount of confi-
dence this season and has beenan
-- FARMSTEAD WHOLE outstanding addition to our
HICKORY SWEET STORE: BONELESS team" commented Towson
Gymnastics Coach Dick FilbertIn
I THURS. WED. HOURS an Interview. The caliber of
BOTTOM JULY 20-26, 1989 SLICED 8 A.M.TIL I PORK the gymnastics here and at the

meets we compete at Is so high
, RESERVED that I think Stephanie surprised
ROUNDS WMH-OIHW TOMB- MCVMK1MT BACON 11 P.M. j LOINSA$137 herself that she could actually

outperform some of the people
she used to look up to. Our goal
for the next season will be to
have her become an even
stronger competitor on the barsIn
$ addition to her already out-
$$997 standing beam routine. ?
An outstanding student who
has not yet declared her major.
98 Stephanie Is the daughter of

Cary Starke.and Ilene O'Steen of


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.. 1\ By Mark Frledlln
\ c BCT Staff Writer
i.r\ : '':I $197
\ .f. $227 97C Two star racquetball players .
from Starke made their mark In
cHOica '
LB. LB. LB. LB. competition with over 400 other

EYE OF ROUND $97 EYE OFROUND $997 EYE OF ROUND $927 OAK CREEK 1989 Sunshine State Games

ROAST . . La . . La STEAK . La 0 SLICED BACON. ?SIZED 58C held at the Omega 40 Racquetball -
CHUCK EYE or $997 CHUCK STEAK $937 COUNTRY STYLE $957 BOTTOM ROUND $947 the Boy's 12 and under dIvi-

CHARCOAL STEAK La FAMILY PACK . ia.fi STEAK . . La STEAK . . La sion and took home a silver
W-D REGULAR sefBAd place medal.
HICKORY SWEET $ 99 FRANKS c W-D COOKED $999 Advancing all the way to the finals -

BONELESS HAM to or '.ZNI< to against the toughest field
= ; HARVESTFRESH the state has to offer Patray losta
dogfight In the final against

) Shane Contl. a close. 15-12. 15-
EVERYDAY \T 1i1i11 i EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 14 decision.It .
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PRICE LOW PRICE was an excellent showing for
LOW Marcus, as it was his first competition -
iCelllIllifm PRODUCE In over a year after con-
s centrating on little league base-

I I ball and pop warner football ere
,,,,, j a I k I 1 Nature makes the produce. In Bradford County.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Marcus' stepfather Van Dubol-
ii.f: 1 1 sky brought home both a gold
LJ U and a bronze medal in In two
CALIFORNIA RED or separate events. j'

-. WHITE Dubolsky captured a gold
1 LIGHT a LIVELY I SEEDLESSGgPge medal In the Men's 40 doubles
along partner Steve Xynl-
ICE MILK dies of Ormond Beach defeating
N.V $259 Lee Handley and Mike Mojer of
Ormond Beach In the title
match 15-10,15-5.
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Running for the Gold...

Starke's Freeman Register IV a Star

At 1989 National CP Olympic Games

By Mark Prledlta the district, regional and state Stadium during the first week In Freeman had his fourth medal a
BCT Staff Writer level to gain and entry In the August. This Is an International silver with a time of 14:3.
Starke's Freeman Register IV prestigious games, which were meet with athletes from all over
took home gold and silver hosted this year by Mankato the world participating In the The games ran from July 12-17
medals last week in the recently University. competition. and featured a variety of events
completed 1989 Cerebral Palsey Freeman also participated in Including bowling powerllftlng.
Games a nationwide the grand opening of the games Freeman put out a great effort cross country running, cycling J :;)' ,. .
competition featuring over 7,00 which went off with a bang from but credit should also be givento swimming boccla. archery. .: : :. :;."
athletes and coaches from exploding fireworks and his coach and counselor horseback riding slalom \
around the country flashpots, last Thursday Claudia Siders, Freeman's soccer wheelchair team iiyinJ'JL4) I :'
evening. teacher at Eastside High SchoolIn handball table tennis and t
Freeman, who specializes in Gainesville where he attends several different track and field
running took second place There was a dynamic sound special classes. Siders events. \ '
.. honors In the cross country show highlights to begin of which the Included festivities the performed a unique and )
event finishing Just behind top valuable role in an experience
processional march of about Participants at the games were
finisher Rodney Graham with a 700 coaches and their athletesIn which is Irreplaceable to her hosted by Mankato State
time of 14.26.99 a personalbest. client.
Highland Arena where the University which served as the
games took place. Freeman won a gold medal for host site for all of the events.
first place In the 800 meter run S
Freeman who suffers only a with a time of 2:59:7: placed
slight speech and walking Freeman attended a closing fourth in the 400 with a clockingof Many of the athletes Involved in
Impediment competed In the party for all the participants at 1:14. the 1989 games participated in
"Class 6" competition the the end of the 1989 games then the Seoul Paralymplcs which -
toughest and most competitive rushed home to Starke where he A top field of 32 athletes was were held In Seoul. Korea "s a I
category In the National Games. will continue his training for the reduced to eight competitors by Immediately following the
Freeman qualified for the event upcoming "Pan American the time the finals rolled around, Olympics held In that country: Freeman Register IV
by winning! here In Florida on Oames", to be held In Tampa; and when they were over last summer.

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We're celebrating 110
years of the Bradford
County Telegraph. That's
11O years of classifieds
h or about a zillion of 'em

t U HOur Road on .

classified ads have sold more cars In the last 110

than TerwIIIegar Motors has In the last 25 years and

j t .fI" Terwillegar's flat moves some cars!

f, "",, Our classifieds have sold more homes In the last 110

years than all the area realtors combined and these

( .-- real estate folks Just don't rest

; '-. We've sold more horses, chickens, ducks, pigs, guns,

II I boats, motor homes, tractors, moonshine still

components, antiques and everything else than we
Talented Performer_ could ever keep track of.

competition Sou-be'Krlnly held John In MemphU,down,T here_at her organ,experienced ene of her bIg e.t thrUU when qualified for a national But how can anything 110 years old still be a

The talented University of Florida student was the tint to Qualify from this area since the 1960' producer?? .

Talented Kristy Johns Plays TRY IT AND SEE THE RESULTS!

A Measly $3.50 gets you 15 words sent to:

,/ Excells Among Top Musicians 6000 Homes in Bradford

2300 Homes in Keystone e '
: Starke's Kristy Johns when she was chosen as the Church of Starke for the past 10
.p performed at the Region IV state's representative In the years since the age of 13. 2000 Homes in Lake Butler
Convention of the American National Competition.Miss "We have been so fortunate to
Guild of Organists In Memphis Johns has a BR in Music have someone as talented as
Tennessee June 26 as part of Education from UF and will Kristy as the vocalist In our
the National Young American receive her MR In Music church" says Bill McRae First
Artists Competition In Organ Performance In December.The Methodist Church Music BUT WAIT.
Performance.Miss pieces she chose for the Director. "She has been a very BLet's
Johns was the sole competition Included "SonataIII faithful member and her music
representative of the state of In D Minor" by Bach: has contributed greatly to our
Florida,winning the state title In "Cantabile"by Cesar Franck and services."
competition this past Spring. Dleu Parmlnous.a modern piece Miss Johns daughter of Make It Fun!!!
Kristy studies with Professor by Oliver Messiaen. Charles and Ruth Johns of
Willis Bodine at the Universityof Showing her talent at an early Starke. said the week In
Florida, who is proud of the age. Kristy has been the Memphis was on of the
fact that Kristy is the first organist at the First Methodist "greatest"experiences of her life. between and
representative from the now August Run A

qualify University competition.for since the the 1960's national to Baton & Dance ( Classified and Win Cash or A Prize.

"I am very proud of Kristy. and Auxiliary Lessons -
excited for her as she representsher ', .
home town and this 4-18 i \
University," Professor Bodine Ages
said. "It was an exciting moment Classes Start Weekly,,,, I ; I
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Commission to Set'' I.' Sheila at 964-4109 JP. ..:
Gator Harvest QuotasThe or ,
Game & Fresh Water Fish Donna at 371-9688
Commission will consider proposed 25 T-shirts:
harvest quotas for each of 32
meets alligator in Orlando management July 14.units when it with the Telegraph 11Oth Anniversary Logo
In May,the Commission established -
the areas where the tightly PISTOLSDANCE
regulated commercial harvest will .
take place. Since then, biologistshave 25 Stadium Seats
been surveying the areas to
determine how many adult
alligators could be taken from each.
The Commission received more 100 Stadulm Cups w/our logo
than 20,000 applications to par
ticipate in the Sept. 1-30 harvest.
'j Once harvest quotas are established
the Commission will select participants You must play to win
.:; by random drawing. AND PARTY
Also at the meeting COmmis-
sioners governing will the consider taking proposed of migratory rules FRIDAY SATURDAY. NO COVER CHARGE ALL classifieds on our pages the weeks of July

birds,including the establish JULY 26
ment shot zone.of St. Johns County as a steel LADIES NIGHT. $1.00 DRINKS 19 July 26 Aug 3 and Aug. 10th are

proposed The Commission rules governing will also consider hunting MALE DANCERS automatically eligible to win. All the classifieds
season dates and regulations on na-
4y.'j t I wildlife tional wildlife management refuges areas and Type for the II 8:00 10:00 p.m. will be cut out and placed in a box. The first

"' 1989-90 Preceding season.the meeting will be a At 10:00 P.M. GUYS COME JOIN THE LADIES drawn will win $250 cash 2nd will win $125 3rd
i workshop on Thursday,July 13.The Cornerstone Square
i' for 1:30: the p.m.public workshlp to express will include opinions time Prope r>m ss Macclenny securi Premises on will also receive'$125.. The next 25 will receive

-i. about Commission.issues being considered by the T-Shirts then ,25 stadium seats and the final

FI 100 will receive stadium cups. Everybody is a

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Carolyn Eavt very busy early morning escapade Roberts, to determine if the fire had been set. for a joy ride, said Rhoden. They Further investigation of the theft dings with grand theft firearm
Writ.rTwo according to Trooper D. C. 01
aCT Staff while armed, burglary
took turns power braking and endedup revealed the same two men had burglary
and Rhoden. The 1989 Oldsmobile
brothers are in Jail after they Deputy 13 Harvey Roberts was call- Cutlass maroon had been stolen wrecking the car, then to cover allegedly sold property which had conveyance.Keith was charged with
July Trooper Supreme the theft they set fire behind the been stolen from residence southof driving while license suspended,
allegedly stole, wrecked and set fire gas
from the where the Red-
ed at 4:15: a m. to investigate dealership willful wanton reckless driving,
tank, said Roberts. Starke SR-100, according to
to a vehicle from Orlan Wells on
wreck CR-229 north of Orange St. had been
on dings apparently attemp- Rhoden. Recovered leaving the scene of an accident with
Chevrolet Thursday. A new Oldsmobile was burning but ting to get some gas. Four alloy rims A tip was received which led to the Deputy property damage.
included silverware and a property
Douglas Edward Redding, 23, and guns
there were no occupants. Heilbron were taken from another vehicle and investigation of the Reddmgs.
Keith Howard Redding, 20, face Springs Volunteers extinguished the placed in the truck of the stolen vehi- were charged with grand theft-They auto VCR. Both men remain in the custody of
multiple charges;! stemming from a fire and the fire marshal! was called cle and then the two proceeded to go and arson by Trooper Roberts. July 15 Rhoden charged the Red- the county Jail.

I News Briefs I


Bradford Traffic license suspended six months, 50 which time Cadle was placed under who would violate the driver license Wildlife Alert Call and a pygmy further rattlesnake.investigation, it was
hours community work, attend DUI arrest for possible driving under In- laws of Florida. After
Court Finalsby school, Tri County Probation one fluence, according to Patrolmen The Patrol has found these check- Leads to ArrestA determined that Messer did not have
Gordon Smith and William Brown. points to be an effective means of en- permits to keep the animals.
Eavt year.
Carolyn concerned citizen
While being searched Cadle ran the and call from a Therefore, the gophers and snake
act Staff Writer from the officers. When apprehended license forcing laws equipment of Florida while insur- has led to the arrest of a Green Cove were seized and released in an area
The following defendants ap- MisdemeanorRandall Cadle struck the officers, said ing the of all motorists. Springs resident charged with the illegal south of Green Cove Springs.
peared before Judge George Pierce B. Curtis pled no contest Smith. protection possession of gopher tortoises "Gopher tortoise is a protected
July 3 in Bradford County Traffic retail theft; $52 court costs. Cadle failed a field sobriety test and unlawful possession of a specie in Florida and cannot be
Criminal Court where their cases Arnold E. Hagerty pled no contest and was charged with DUI, driving poisonous reptile. taken or possessed without permits
received final disposition. criminal mischief; placed on 60 days while license suspended,battery of a Union CountyThe Wildlife Officer Skip Trubey of the from the Commission"said Trubey.
court probation, $52 court costs, law enforement officer,resisting ar- Florida Highway Patrol will Game Fresh Water Fish Commission Trubey urged anyone with infor-
Andrew C. Carter pled guilty no make restitution. rest with violence. A search of the be conducting driver license and received information that Ar- mation concerning illegal fishing or
mobile home fined $120.25 (two Jerry Hansen pled no contest bat- wildlife violations to call the COm-
tag vehicle led to a charge of possessionof vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- nold Lee Messer, 30 of Green Cove
charges). tery; costs suspended, 60 days court a controlled substance, marijuana ing the week of July 21 through July Springs, was keeping several mission's Wildlife Alert Hotline at
Calvin James Davis pled guilty probation.Sandra An outstanding warrant for 27 on SR-100.SR-121,SR-231,SR-241, specie; of wildlife in unsanitary con- 1-800-342-8103. Without the public'scooperation
driving while license suspended D. Lewis pled no contest issuing DUI was also placed against Cadle. SR-238, CR-18, CR-237. CR-229, ditions. When Officer Trubey arrive wildlife officers can'tbe
(DWLS); fined $120.25. worthless check; show proof of Bond was set at$4,300. CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- ed at the residence, he observed as effective in stopping wildlifelaw
Maryann Bruso DePaul pled guil- restitution, $52 court costs. 796A in Union County. numerous cages containing gophers violations.3Month .
ty expired tag; fined $120.25. James Edward Olive pled no con- FliP Troopers
Wendy Johnsen Davis pled guilty test fishing without a license; pro- .. ,
violation of driver's license restrictions vided proof of valid license: dismiss- Continue License, "
; fined $120.25. Vehicle Inspections \.iE ori a' f=j'. datal" ;
Karen Lynn Johnson charged withno ed.Judy F.Thornton pled guilty retail .. \ ,, '
valid drivers license (NVDL); theft; $52 court costs. Bradford CountyThe
will mail valid license and be Jason Lee Crews pled no contest illegal Florida Highway Patrol will
dismissed, possession alcoholic beverage; be conducting driver license and I
Thurman Baine King pled guilty 60 days court probation, $52. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
DWLS; fined $120.23. Lillian Jenkins pled no contest ing the week of July 21 through July
Scott Guy Kligmann pled guilty petit theft; Tri County Probation six 27 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, :i
DWLS; $55 court costs. months, treatment for substance SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, GREAT RATESi I
Klig-nann pled guilty unlawful abuse at BUGC,50 hours community CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
speed; fined $128. work CR-227, CR-221,CR-230and CR100Ain
Joe Walter Langford pled guilty Bradford County.Recognizing i
DWLS; fined $120.25. Raiford Man Faces the danger presentedto
Kelly Michael Moulton pled guilty Multiple ChargesA the public by defective vehicle
DWLS; fined $120.25. equipment, Troopers will concen- I
Charles Smith charged with no 27-year-old Raiford man faces trate their efforts on vehicles being
mobile home tag; presented valid multiple charges resulting from his operated with defects such as bad
tag, $55 court costs. arrest in Starke July 15. brakes, worn tires and defective
Robert Earl Terrell pled guilty Wayne Albert Cadle's vehicle was lighting equipment. In addition, at- CD
DWLS; fined $120.25. stopped for a routine traffic stop at tention will be directed to drivers I
Terrell pled guilty improper tag;
fined $120.25Terrell $500 Minimum To Open
pled guilty DWLS; paid
cash bond$120.25. '
Danny Ray Wilkerson pled guilty *
expired tag; fined $32. COMING DOWNI Can for Quotes.... 8.70 8.37
Debbie S. Woodruff pled guilty Purchase. Refinance or Construction;
NVDL fined$120.25.
Woodruff; : pled guilty unlawful Conventional. FHA or VA: Fixed Rate or Adjustable
speed; fined $128.Lester Effective Annual Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
Gainesville Co.
Eugene Woods pled guilty Mortgage Inc.
DWLS fined$120.25.
Woods; pled guilty open container HAROLD K. DAVIS Ph. 964-3739

passenger; fined $52. Licensed P-O. Box 568, Starke, FL
Daniel Frank Bennett pled guilty LJ f Located Longchamp Bldg.,
Broker 9-Month CD
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of Thanks Born Oct. 25, 1893, in an extended illness. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Ben Bryant: ,and Rev.James Cowart A special thanks to employees of
Holmestrand, Norway, Mrs. Born Jan. 16,1907 Mr.Griffis wasa Louise McRae Norman of Starke; officiating. Burial was in Crosby Tangiewood Nursing Home and Ar-
James PorchiazzoWe Eliasson moved to Keystone 24 lifelong resident 01 Bradford Coun- two daughters, Dorothy Eggers and Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner cher Funeral Home for their kind-
would like to express our was ago from Harrlsburg,Pa.She ty. He was a plasterer before his Helen Sapp,both of Starke; one son, Funeral Home of Starke in charge of ness during her sickness and death.
heartfelt thanks to our friends and a retired Registered Nurse and retirement and was a member of Gerald Norman of Starke; three arrangements. Seeber Johns and family
private in Church. sisters Murla Hubbard of Haines CI- Wilford Johns and family
relatives who extended help and duty nurse New York Highland Baptist
sympathy in the recent loss of our a missionary, and a Cityl Survivors include two sons, ty,Auarey Stearns and Mildred Ed- Card Of ThanksThe Card of Thanks
father.Thanks for the food,flowers, Friendship Bible Christian Missionary George R. and Gerald M. Griffis wards, both of Starke; eight grandchildren family of Rebecca Johns ex-
cards and prayers. We are deeply Alliance. both of Lawtey; six grandchildrenand ten greatgrandchildrenand tend a special thanks to friends who The family of Carl Kerce would
grateful.Maryann. Survivors include two nephews, three greatgrandchildren.Funeral three great-great- expressed their sympathy duringour like to thank each one who gave expressions
&Vincent Porchiazzoand George S. Larsen of Lake Worth services were held July IS grandchildren.Funeral time of loss. All the prayers, of love and concern duringthe
Family and Henry S. Larsen 01 In Highland Baptist Church with services were held July 18 food, phone calls and beautiful loss of our brother: '
Bridgewater,N.J. Rev. George Chisholm officiating. at Bayless Hwy. Baptist Church, flowers were very thoughtful. Thank you,Carl Kerce Family
Card of Thanks Funeral services will be held Interment was in Lawtey Cemetery with Rev. Leaton Morgan III. Rev.
Leslie Thursday, July 20 at 10:30: a.m. in under the direction of Jones Funeral .' _..- .--..-.-- -..-.- HISUMMER9S
Ruby AlvarezOur DeWitt C.Jones Chapel in Keystone Home of Starke.
heartfelt thanks to all who extended Heights with Rev. Frank Smith of
comforting sympathy and ficiating. Burial will be in Keystone
help in our recent sorrow. For the Heights Cemetery under the direc- Mrs.Elsie NormanMrs.
beautiful service, floral offerings tion of Jones Funeral Home.
Elsie Kizzie Norman, 50 of
and other kindnesses,we are deeply ,
grateful. Lake City, died Saturday in Shands
James L.Alvarez Mrs. Ada Godwin Teaching Hospital following a brief
and Marie Schwade illness.
Mrs. Ada E. Godwin, 85, of Glen Born in Jacksonville where she
St. Mary,died Sunday in a Macclen- lived most of her life Mrs. Norman qvL
hospital extended il- moved to Lake lour
ny following an City years ago.
Sarah A. BartlettMrs.
lness. She was a homemaker.
Sarah Aleatha "Deecle" Born in Lake City, Mrs. Godwin
Bartlett, 85, of Keystone Heights, lived most of her life in Raiford, Survivors include one son,Jimmy
died July 11 in New Hampton, Iowa, before moving to Baker County in Ellison of Lake Butler; three
following a brief illness. 1963.She was a member of the First brothers, Richard and Edgar Lee
Baptist Church of Raiford and was a Norman both of Yulee, and Elmer
housewife Norman of Lake Butler; two sisters,
Born in Elma,Iowa,Mrs. Bartlett Edna Moon of Green Cove Springsand
moved to Keystone In 1969. She was Survivors include two daughters, Cathy Addison of Lake Butler;
the wife of the late W.H. Bartlett. Jean G.Sweeney of Richmond, Va., and 13 grandchildren.
She was a member of the All Saints and Evelyn G. Fleming of Orlando;
Anglican Church in Palatka. three sons, Jim Godwin of Lake Funeral services were held July 18 i1
Butler,Johnny R.and Billy Godwin, in Archer Funeral Chapel with Rev.
Survivors include her sister.Mrs. both of Durham, N.C.; 18 grandchildren Terry Cranford officiating. Burialwas
Francis Meirick of Gainesville; two ; 11 great-grandchildren; in Long Branch Cemetery in r
nieces, Maureen Bird of Keystoneand and 2 greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral Clay County with Archer Funeral
Louise Harris of New Hampton Home in charge. .
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Iowa; and a nephew, MichaelMeirick services were held July 18 ".; .. .l A ; },ft 1.. d.i
of Deerfield, HI. in Archer Funeral Home with Rev. }Y y'.t.t 4b.b'1F 4 Ltr1i. fFsi.It.M
A private memorial service is being Steve Haskill and Rev.Art Peterson Tullie G.Norman VtVV
planned for a later date. officiating. Burial was in South Pro
Archer in Baker County with Tullie Grandon Norman, 91, of
Funeral Home of Lake Starke died Sunday, July 16 at his
Mrs.Anna EliassonMrs. Butler in charge of arrangements. home following] an extended illness.A ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK REDUCED
lifelong Bradford County resident -
Anna Birgitha Schroeder Mr. Norman was retired from
Eliasson. 95, of Keystone Heights, Roy Griff the State Road Department and had
died Monday, July 17 in Humana owned and operated his own farm.
Hospital in Orange Park, followingan Roy Griffis,82,of Lawtey died July He was a member of Bayless Hwy. 30- 700/0
extended illness. 13 in Bradford Hospital following Baptist Church. OFF

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FOR SALE FOR SALE WHAT A STEAlI 608 MELTON TERRACE: 3 Bedroom 1% bath, carport, mat-
aluminum rims
7i F-150 4x4 TRUCKS
MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, ching storage shed fenced back yard ceiling fans. $ 37,000
12.50x33x15 RVTs. no rust gone ewer, cable TV. ''''.7 9I. 1/12TP -THREE BEDROOM:'1V' 'bath brick veneer GREAT FIRST HOMI FOIl YOUNG COUPLE 2 bedroom 1 bath carport porch.
end new
front thoroughly
le.. than 1,000 miles. city home. Many Improvements such as NE 26th Ave., Starke.
rebuilt .351 W,
Kenwood AM/FM/ca..tt./aulo water .sewer cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, Starke CA ceiling fans throughout GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA) 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths a twos
New ''''.7 9I. 1/12TF EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or fenced with 3 sunbathingdecks
dual wallpaper wood privacy / baths. 100' en lake Geneva 2V4 acres sprinkler system
with four speakers; n.w
reverie HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent.Vlose erected shell. 3 men 3 days. 964-8447
exhaust. 3000. Mutt sell Call backyard. Located Hwy 16 West Call located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully land.cop.d.ASSUMAILE .
964-3939 after 5 p.m. Keep trying 4o to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF or eves 4733627. 4/20TF 964-4526, Itchg 720REAL MTG. Let us show this to you today I
home 1.63 Ac.,
OWNER FINANCE Ralford--2BR. IBo, from ,
6/29.7/20 bath house on Griffis Loop. Large RALPH BRYAN REALTY,''''.1171
Blue with aluminum REDUCED TO$ 17.000
1MB FORD F-150: beautiful yard front S back porch BEST BUY 3/1 frame, central A/H, In ESTATE landscaped
rims and Grand Am radial tires $26,000.REDUCED PINEBREEZE SUB 3BR. 1% bo brick QUA. 100x109 lot REDUCED to$ 39.000
AC & town.
carpet throughout ceiling fans,
dual tanks. AC. 3 BR, 1 boo concrete block window treatments,
AM/FM/ca..tt. gas stove, refrlg dishwasher, 2.500! 3 BR, 2 ba, on State Rd. ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY
15,000 miles. Take over payments. For washer/dryer hookup. Call Susan 230. Living/dining room family room 3 ceiling fans CHftA stove, refrig, DW, garage with door opener antenna
more info call 964-2489 after 5 p.m. Faulkner Realty, Inc. 9645069. 4tvnl with fireplace, garage and complete OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded with rotary booster, wood floors new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
Itpd 720WRECKED 6/29-7/20 satellite system. 59500. loll river access $5450 Each. No garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker and Lazy
1985 FORD RANGER PICKUP TWO BEDROOM mobile home: 964-8614 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA. money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
new engine with less than 500 miles. enclosed close 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438. 1/7TF landscaped.BRICK .
or 9645768. 4tchg 7/13-8/3 patio on 1 acre, to beautifully
Gold insert wheels chrome front UNFURNISHED HOUSE Griffis Loop. town. HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3% ....THS.02 St. Clalr St. .86 of an acre, foyer,

bumper and step bumper on rear. $300 first & last, deposit. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8871 LR. DR kitchen wrefrig, range/oven, dishwasher fan/hood; den laundryroom
Firestone tires, only 6 mos old. $1300. 1.813.763.3025 after 9 p.m. No collect CORRECTIONILast !! and an office, QUA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
473-2532. Keystone, after 5 p.m. calls. 2tchg 7/13.20 THREE BEDROOM 2'/i bath 2 story bock yard with security lights. $71,000

weekdays. Itpd 7/20 COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR apt. frame, 16x16 storage, attached garage week's edition listed CLEAN. CLEAN 144 S.F., 3 BR 2 Ba, plenty of storage space CHCA wood
1969 FORD FAIRIANE STATION Houck Apts. 830 N. Temple Ave. with storage, 44x28 shelter 14x50 the phone number for heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lot of trees,
WAGON 7/20: one owner $250. 9647207. 9649424. 2tchg 7/13.20 mobile home on 10 acres. 57 .000. Call St. George's Mission garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80,000

'*Itchg 5 MERCURY all original. $2500. HAYFIELD: 15 acres for rent. Needs collect 0-259-6649 Patricia Gray Real Incorrectly. phone KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB. 3 BR/1 Ba carpet cent. heat window
mowing soon Coll Clifford Martin ty. 5/25TF air. stove, refrig DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced bock yard nice lot $ 38,000
964-8016. Itchg 7/20 9647145. 2tchg 7/20.27 RENTAL HOUSE In Starke for Sale: 2 BR, 1 number Is NOT 9646912.The $75,000
N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR 1 ba. 5 acres
69 MACH I: with 351-C, auto beautiful
TWO BEDROOM MH with both, full basement stock block
corvette white. $6500. 9648016. Itchg large private two BETHEL CHURCH RD. 3 BR. 1 ba.CB wood floors IBS s.f..5 acres $ 60,000
lot 2 miles East of home, CHSA rented. MUST
Starke. currently
7/20 $200 plus Editor regrets any CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin,98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
'u COUPE DEVILLE: 65 000 rr.ilei. C!.w'- $150 security. 9646479. 7/20TF SELL-REDUCED to $25,500. Eves Inconvenience caused the BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44.000
4 HOUSE 2 bath, large living
and garaged. $7400. 9648016. Itchg residents at this number. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB QUA. so near $ 40,000
room, kitchen 8 family room l'/i car *
7/20 garage. Walking distance from REALTY''''-"69 HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR. 2 boo CHSA. screened patio with BBQ grill.
1911 BLAZER: Red and white. Good buyl' downtown. 964-6718 after 5 p.m. $350 HISTORICAL One of Stark.', oldest 2 Also 3 BR MH 1V4 ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.

9644151. Itchg 7/20 mo first and last. 2tchg 7/20-27 story homes. Just remodeled. Very af- .....COMMERCIAL.....
SEMI-TRUCK FOR SALE: 1978 White Com THREE BEDROOM 1 bath CHSA carpet fordable at 42500. WANTEDWE SUPER COMMERCIALI Great two story building. Enterprise Zone, Downtown
mander with 400 Cummins engine 10 room for garden $365/mo. $350 PEACEFUL, QUIET Near Southside Starke. Reduced to$49.900
speed transmission good tires, and deposit. 1 year lease. Take 301 North Elementary. Brick 3 BR, 2 ba. CHIA.corn.r NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished one
comes with sleeper Reasonable. from Starke to NE 50th right to NE lot.THERESSAi BUY JUNK CARS top dollar free occupied with excellent record; heating and
BR apartments, fully occupancy
Terms available. 4752195. Itchg 7/20 7821158. Itpd 7/20
11th to Showing house In this
right sign. Enjoy| country living each $147,000
cooling unit In apartment.
Saturday 7/22 10 am.3 p.m. Call beautiful 3/2 CB on one wooded acre. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldgs..
towing. 782.1158.ltpd 7/20 1-778-0314 for oppt. Itpd 7/20 355,000. key, paper china. Joe Reiner. Box
SALE OR TRADE '74 Ford 3Ion 4x4. LARGE 12x70 MOBILE HOME 3 BR. 2 HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick beauty 8632 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33310. Itpd paved parking. Good business Opportunity $220,000 125.000
460. AT. 143616.5 RVTs. Sell for 7/20 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220'
bath extra nice. $250 $100 Starke
mo. (1987), one acre, commute to or
301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85.000
$1500 or trade for good Ford or Chevy
deposit. 9648704. Itchg 7/20 Gainesville. See to appreciate. ST. GEORGE MISSION needs material
pickup. 468-2554.itpd 7/20 EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR lilt bath mobile MATHEWS REALTY, ,$..",t Items such a* clothes, furniture, etc., RENTAL ON CAll STREET 11
1f 10 PONTIAC 6 clylinder station home, central air on V. acre lot. Completely to help the less fortunate 964612.. ....LOTS ACREAGE....
wagon. Best offer. Call 7823355. Itchg furnished. No pets. $250 mo REDUCED ASSUMABLEI 3 BR, l'/i Ba Itpd 7/13 WALDO lots city water well septic, 2 power poles. $ 28,000
$100 sec. dep. Call 964-7554. 2tchg large fenced back yard. Central heat ft DALE WOOD: Two 75x150 lots or buy as 150x150.
MOTORCYCLESHONDA 7/20-27 air. Quiet neighborhood In town. Mid paved street. $ 12,500SE
FOR LEASE-MOBILE HOME on 1 acre 2 $40s. Negotiable. 964-4123 or Make Plans Now.... 19th ST. HAMPTON 3 acre, 3 septic tanks 4" sub pump. 2 power poles.oc-
BR, 1 bath. 3 miles from Starke. $250 9645700. 2tpd 7/20-27 cess to city water. $ 17.000
200 THREE-WHEELER: with mo $250 deposit. Call 9733743. 3tpd For the Telegraph's 110th CROSBY LAKE CANAL.3 lots, concrete boat romp $ 22,500
Wooly-Booger tires with rack light 7/20-8/3 Birthday August 10-121! GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and
runs good. $450. 9645647. Itpd 7/20 CLOSE TO LAWTEY Post Office and extending to Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be divided

Stores. Small apartment freshly Into two 100' lot. $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
BOATS painted. 7823949. Itchg 7/20 LOT 9.GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estate, 1.11 acres: Make An Off.rl'! 8,700
LOW RENT EFFICIENCY: private bath 1 : .t'R ( : CONERLV ESTATES: Lot 12 $ 10.000
carpet, air, utilities paid clean. No 'R sAL ILE SE: I $ 15.000
14% Ft FIBERGLASS STUMPKNOCKER LAWTEY Five acres, 105th Ave., good
fishing boat and trailer. Two swivel children, no pets. 9645687. 4tchg '. I PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 pole $ 50,000

.seats two wolk.through live wells 7/20-8/10 WINDING TREE LAKE: Lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 15,000
condition. cash. Can be UNFURNISHED 28R house, close to Winn
good $595 seen BY OWNER. After-Hour*
Dixie. No pets, no children, mature .
at 909 N. Thompson St. 7/20-8/10 adults only. 964.5417 or 14752813. Ann. T.rwllle>gar Nelson ;''; jri'i'V.vi'V. .?wi: -."73-7"1
OPEN FISHING BOAT 14 ft. fiberglass, 2 e 43 with 3 2 BA Home Fairbanks $150.000
Acres BR In
r seats 2 'llvewells 9.8 hp Mercury Itpd 7/20 Pauline Randolph... . . ,.,.:;;:JV.? ;.. .':'. ?;, :>$ i'r9* 160
Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In
, $500. 9644849. 7/20 STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to Debra Connaughton. . . t. . . . . ::964-2833
BOAT, 10 hp MOTOR TRAILER Paddles your work? We have clean mobile Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up .
f homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . .96442231iiayirson -
life e Lakefront for sale. Mile Lake
preservers, spare tire wheels, also Acreage 1/2 FrontageIn
FURNISHED ROOM with all utilities
9'/i hp Evlnrude. Coll 9648424. Itpd air Alachua County
paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA
l. I IS 7/20 ft. OUTBOARD SPEEDBIRD BOAT with HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000

Gator trailer 50 hp Evlnrude motor CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

1 I $1000 cash. 782-3149. Itchg 7/20 extras, reasonable rents. PINES, Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.00O
496-2366 SR 121. Lake Butler. 7/14TF
WOODEN FISHING BOAT 16 ft., with 15 3 BR HOME, 1 3/4 baths, CHSA carpet, MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic &well hookup B e ; !$in"t; : s e s
hp 'Old Reliable Evlnrude motor In
Ig. screen back porch no pets. 240O Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg.1n Lawtey. 290' on 301
good working condition. Boat Is
very 9645356. 7/20 'jColisipn(; 'SYpJi
usable, but needs some minor work. Itchg For Sale or Lease. ;

Trailer Included. $650 or best offer. e 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre

D2 I 964-7607. 2tpd 7/20-27 e Building Lots In Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 CR 229. N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613

e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500

e 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15.OOO
e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6.500 Each

e 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000

;, e New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes in Graham For Sale or Lease AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceleratedJReaftr.i

I e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000 '

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964-6881 Evenings Call 373-9560

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''I Susan'- M. Fa l lkner. GRiCRB'Preslde. MM SWIMS- Hwy.Starke Fl.
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located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R.1oo. 221 Lafayettd St.
ii IIJ j CROSBY LAKE SHORES. 3BR/2BA Two-Story CB a Wood Siding Home I

Units, Elect. Heat Well ft Septic 1 Acre.
*REDUCED-LAWTEY:3 BR. 2 Ba, over 1600 s.f.. CHIA, only 45900. ae4Palljr COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB. CHftA. Large Utility Bldg., .
*BETWEEN STARKE LAWTEY. 3 BR, 1 Ba, brick assumable mtg. Fenced Area for Horses, 2.5 Acre
*JUST OFF 301 Si 5 acres 430' on graded road. 9634522TJa SAMPSON LAKE .3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room, QUA Stove ftRefrl .

,I *2 RENTAL UNITS Thompson St., Convenient location. 180 ft. On the Water Well Septic.
*LONGCHAMP S/Di 301 South, Lovely home with many, many extras. Call for NORWOOD S/D 4BR/2BA Brick QUA. Range Refrl a Dishwasher 6x6 I .
details. Priced to sell. vlcl t, Podfg*..MSA.:CRA Fitly K4yEld r4MKA Porch Sun Deck In Back 10x12. w.lla Septic.
*LAKE BUTLER Canal lot usable for camping. : NORTH OF LAWTIY 3BR/2BA Brkk. Large Family Room QUA 2946 SF, 2 .

*CATFISH FARM In operation: 40 acres with septic light pole and 2 wells. >OpI Pickson Garages. Large Family Room, Porches, on 1.7 Acres. Nice Shade T.....
*3 BR. 1 Bat frame home reduced to $26.900. : HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB Large living Room Stove, Refrl ft .

*HANDYMAN SPECIAL Beautiful, $12.000. Dishwasher, 1 Acre. .
*JOINS COUNTRY CLUB 2 2% acre building sites. REALTOR) ChUcsFIynn'KIJf' MILTON TERRACE 385/1 BA CB Home,''CHIA.'Abov_ Ground Swimming .
*1 3/4 end 4 ACRI tracts for home or mobile home Pool Storage Bldg.. Large Lot w/Landscaplng.
I *TWO BUILDING LOTS In town $5,000 each FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 > 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHIA. 20x30 ]

DESPERATE needs to sell! 14 wide 6 yr. old mobile home on 3 nice acres. / ''' I- I Workshop Fishpond Well ft Septic.
I, I I REMODELED 4 BR concrete block on Epperson St. -- 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 311/1 lA, A-Frame w/Porche All Around. Stove,
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY Duplex for sole $39,000. Rein Wood Burning Stove Pole Sam 24x50, Tool Shet 8x9, Well ft Septic. I .
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY 6 acres with frontage on 3 paved roods, small from. LARGE OLDER HOME IN STARKI HISTORIC ARIA HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH .Commercial Residential.300-Foot Frontage Two I
house Included. 6....room..I'Ao .baths,QUA.6 fireplace.over (000 SF on one gage Mobile Homes ft Comm. Bldg., Well a Septic.
: *NEW LISTING In Keystone, off 315-C. 5 acres with 14 wide mobile home. I CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB a Frame, CHftA Stove ft Reid., 1536 SF, Nice |
LAND IN GRAHAM 3 acre parcel and 2 acre parcel BRICK: 4BR, 2VtBa, CHCA, FP. Roe. fief.. DW, over S acres. Corner La,.
*ONE ACRE with well septic and power pole, owner financing. I *IN STARKIi Close to hasp., CB 3/1. QUA. Big Rooms! $38,500. ON SAMPSON RIVER 3BR/2$IA. Two-Story Log Home, CHftA Stove, j jRefrl
*KINCSUY VILLAGE LOTSi Beautifully wooded. *PRIVACY close In, 2/1 frame, chain link fence 16000. a Dishwasher. 3000 SF, Front a Back Porches Enclosed'Garage Well .
*DRASTIC REDUCTION I on !these Hampton Lake Lots Call today-won't lost *SOUTHGATIi Brick 3/2. QUA, large lat only 56000. Extra Nice I a Septk. Large Lot.. {
!long I *SAMPSON LAKE LOTi owner anxious, wants offer, listed 15000. 3 Acm OF' BOOM TO ROAM 2SR/2BA CB Large Living a Dining Room
*LEASE PURCHASE this beautiful home nestled among oaks and pines of Hamp- *LAKI COTTAOI on dear, eond-bottom lake, 17 miles from Stark $44,900.. .Family Room. Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook CHftA Garage Well a S ptk.
ton lake Oak Many extras! *RAIFORD ARIA 4/3, over 2500 eq.ft., on 1 OCT. $59.000. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*JO ACRES IN LAWTIY area with brkk home, 4 BR, 2 Ba, large barn fenced. *CHARMING 3/2 stucco: on 1 acre. QUA FP. DW. range refr., extra Insulation
4 *COUNTRY LIVING at the right price! 10 acres with Immaculate house. Lawtey 1 1are. energy efficient. Paved driveway' nice landscaping. See this one I $65,000 WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home Lot 100x200....
.. *LAROI LOT IN CtTYi 100x200, w/30x3O gorage. suitable to store motor horn*. HOME SLOG LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water a Sewage. Owner Financing.. .
*4 BM HOMI with five acres. Owner will finance. COMMERCIAL South US 301. 3 plus acres with metal bldg., a mobile home, HOMIIKDO.OTl. Shady Oak' S/D fIr oker.
*PRKI REDUCTION en these Iota In town. $2.800 each. *40 ACRES! heavy timber dose to country dub. FOUR ft-ACM TRACT Brooker. Owner Financing.' .
l' ENJOY YOUR POOL In this gorgeous relaxed country setting. Trees galore on WELL SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, soned for MH. (REDUCED) THRU 2-ACRE nVItraONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
approx. 4 acre 3 BR. 2 Ba home. Must ..II. priced right I 134 ACRES Paved rood frontage 4 milesa Stork.. LAKE OtNeVA Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water: .

j i. *LOT M LAWTIYi 100x200. city water, can be used far mobile home plenty of *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORYi: brick a cedar: form home 4/2'/4. 72 ocr... COMMERCIAL.Hwy 301 N.Two-Story' CB Bldg w/lrvlng Area Upstair, 6400. j
trae $3,000LOTS *ON SOUTH US 301i 5 plus acre with hem. ft barn. Owner financing. SF. Owner Financing. .
,. FOB SAUl two beautiful wooded lots off SR 230 at 13th St NW. Total *LAWTIY ARlAi nice home QUA. on 1 acre quiet and peaceful 19 ACRES Frontage en Forsyth Hood. Will Divide.
acreage Is 1.3 (292x200)). Owner will divide Into two lots of 146x200. High and dry. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS AST.8eatlflful, high ft dry lot, area' finest home. 10 Acre -Pecan G.Will Divide. Well ft Septic. Owner Financing.
All this and owner financing I *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 ../.. QUA.5 acres, paved read extra nke. 6 Acre Well SeptIc and Power Pole. Hoe Cypress Pond.
*CONVIMINT TO STARKI OK OAlNESVUlli Nice brkk home over 2200 ..t. 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. 100W.;City Water ft Sewage.ft ,

'4 t *14 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved posture, beautiful oaks, ACRES Hwy. *O1 South. X

; Call One of Our Professionally borrw,cross-fenced water In all pastures, 2 mobile 'home.. ,.. ACRES Frontage an New River. Well ft S.ptk.P ..

I i Trained Staff Today..9515069After Call Ua About MAIClYOUINVCTSTOt'ArAccalMTWAPT I HOUIIII .

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room house and
barn. TO DRINK, with
Owner will finance Sat., July 22, 9 a.m.1 p.m. Were large concreteborne. BRICK HOME ON ONI ACRE Four
Phon. ....7771 or .....537.$2000/Acre.10/20TF THATS YOUR BUSINESS! refurnishing. Lot of good new and used 1978 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 225 slant six, Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre bedroom :3 bath In the country Swimming ,
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER In WANT TO STOP Item for ule. Follow slans.. Itpd new transmission new brakes, good or larger In country. Call 496-3939, pool and atelllte.. Large oak*. I I
mobile home.. Zoned for city; no THATSOU.SI I 7/20 tire, n.w. Pioneer AM/FM cassette. day. 454-1S93, evening, tfn/chg. 119500. Call 496-3939. day and I
home.. Anonymous YARD SALE Saturday. July 22. 6409 $325 OBO. 904-659.2779. 2tchg 7/13-20 6/32 454-1995, evening. tfn/chg. 6/22
$9.000. Call ... .
.5764 from 8-5 '...3619.'''.4150.'''.1614 22 PT. TAlUS TRAVEL TRAILER Roof tOUILIWIDI ON 1 ACRE custom built. 2
; aft.r S and Baker Rd., 92. Honda/70 3 wheeler air MELROSE HOMES on. 1100 sq ft. con- .
964.5251.3/16TFrw weekend call pd 7/27 sailboat cloth.. & miscellaneous C.C., telephone, hook-up, wall to wall bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. cr.t. block house. one 900 sq ft rental !
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed, Fr.. Items. Itpd 7/20 carpet, *contained, tandum Owner financing available. Must sell. house. Born.horse corral fenced on 6 '

RALPH BRYAN* REALTY* estimate HANDYMAN FENCE. CO., YARD SALI ileeper tola lots of nlc. wheels, electric, gas or battery, 2/30 Call 496-3939. day. 414-1595 evening acres large oaks. $94.000. Call

LAND.2'''' ACRES UP with w.1I1 944-1171 WELL Owner Tommy Reddish t, 964 6999. TF baby cloth.., children'*cloth.., Barbielt lb. gas tanks. $3500 OBO. *. tfn/chg. 6/29 496.3958 daytime (osk for Tracy).
EZ owner financing. North of .m*. nice toy t book i much more.Hwy 9046592779. 2tchg 7/13.20 475.5677 oft.r 9pm. 7/13 2tchg. 7/20.
Lawtey or ranee Pump B Supply Co. Wat.r '
82 1100cc GOLDWING
South of Hampton.RALPH 21 between Peach A Satsuma HELP WANTED
systems specialists. 864 N. T.mpl. Street Fri < Sat 21 I 22 from 93. mil.*, Ilk. n.w. Will trod. for truck or _
BRYAN REALTY 94-1178 A".., US 301, Stork., 32091. 9/8TF FOR RENT I
of value. Call It
Itchg 720OARAOISALI van equal anytime, _____
LANDI LOTS OF LAND In ev.ry direction SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME day, w..k, 4737243. 7/20-27 UTENTION-HIRINOI Gov.rnm.nt job t
2lamlll 95.
from Starke.. From$1.000/acre with EZ long t.rm stay. 4682619. 11/17TF Trundl. bed, coffee table, filing 87 FORD ESCORT EXP Black. $5600 or your area. 7.840-$69,485. Call OFFICE SPACI, 150 W. Main Street.
t.rm. WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES 1(602)838-8889( ) Ext. R9127. 7/6
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 944-M7 964.560615TFTUTOIING cabinet, bottl.d gas tank, kitchen take ov.r paym.nt.. 4733370. Itchg 7/20 3tpd. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
mite.,clothe, odd ft end*.Avon.5451 7/20
SERVICES, If your child bar.ly and 5445 CR 392. Itpd 7/20 '''7.14 PT GUNOB fishing boat. 'ATTENTION Earn money reading books I FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished I
13 ACRES perfect for num.rou. project passed thl. year, 3 months vocation Camouflage, live well hardly ued, $32,000/year Incom. potential. Detail mobile ham., olr-condltianed. In
(farming animal., mobile home park, can only makes things worse. Call $329; 1983 Johnson 4'/4 HP motor excellent call 1(602)8388809( ) Ext. B9I27.. 7/06 residential area, $190.00 per month
catfl.h farm .tc. LEGAL SERVICESOR I
u. your Imagination 964-B994. 511TFALTE..TIONS' 3tpd. 7/20
condition, "50 or$750 for both. with $100.00 security deposit Call
I) 29500. Owner will hold note llppers, hem, but- Call Kyle, 473-3438. Itchg 7/20 ATTENTION Excellent Incom. for home 496-3452 7/132tpd7/20.
with 1/3 down. Call after 6 p.m. tonholei, patch., etc. Drop off and assembly work. For Info call FOR RENT mobile home and mobile

weekday, anytime w..k.nd.. pick up. 7 day. a week, 7 a.m.-B p] ., PERSONAL ANIMALS 504646-1700 Dept. P2512. 7/6 3tpd. home lot.. Apply at Manager Off ic..
964-8970. 964.8705 9644430. 6/29TF 964.5587. Pinehurtt Variety across 720IE 415 S.W. 7th A".. Lake Butler. 7/13
LAWTEY ACREAGE With Road Frontog. from Southslde Elem. Hwy. 100 S. DIVORCE $31 In office or by mall. Wedding I ON TV many needed 'for commercial 4tpd 8/3.
Call for detail MATHEWS REALTY S/2STF $25, Nam. change, tepchlld HAND-FED Baby Cockatlel Domestic *. Now hiring all age*. For costing
964.4469. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SER- adoption, will., legal operation. Between br.d. 473.3021,2tpd 7/13.20 Info. Call (6157797111.) T946. 7/6
VICEi all makes and mod.l. cleaned, Mlddteburg and Orang. Park. CAT FANCIERS Th. busy hi-way h.r. Stpd. 83MMEDIATE NOTICE

ANIMALS & PETS oiled and aduted| $15. N.w and used. 272-3029 Btpd 76824PERSONAL I I. killing our cat) Seeking kind home I, OPENINGS Lake Butler Apparel

Hwy. 233 S 16 (Morgan Rd.) for beautiful Angora and colorful shoe Company Daytime employment CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
FOR SALE 964.8733. 6/8TF SERVICES thalr house pst and kitten. Fr. to Good benefits package Will train to the Union County Time office
LAWN MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UPi $30 each. Some fixed. We relied all. Apply In person. Phone 496-3601. 7/13 In writing and paid In advance

HORSE FOR SALE registered 1 yr.old filly low rates, fr.. ..tlmot... Call J.C., SEWING MACHINES NOT WORKING Some from far north ft Canada. No 4tchg. 8/3. unless credit I I. already established
and 11 yr. old mar. quarterhorse, 9649240. 4tehg 6/29-7/20 Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. phonies or Dr. Slrangeloves please! iALES REP expanding product line requires with this office.

good rider. Call eve 782.1086 or TRACTOR WORK MOWING B TILLING Work guaranteed. U.ed machine. $50 4730526. 1Ipd 7/20 HYDROTEX a multi-million THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HELD
9643692. 3tpd 7/6-20 Call Corlton Craft anytime. 91>4.6697 or and up. 7/20 Hnchg dollar National lubrication Company to RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
HAPPY JACK FLEA GARDi, all metal Jimmy OSteen after 5 p.m.. 9647387. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain line HOMES FOR SALE eek additional sales personnel for the CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
patented device control. (11.0. In the 2tpd 7/13-20 r.layed. Price. rea.onabl. Bradford LAKE BUTLER area. If you desire success THE TELEPHONE. I

home without pesticides or exterminators DO YOU NEED A GRANDMA BABYSIT- Septic Tank. Starke. 9648121. 7/6 FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury and have strong sales or Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 9
) Result overnight GATOR II TSRT Will take care of your babies In tfnchg condo Garage, screened porch mechanical experience you can excel P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
FARM SUPPLY, OLE GLORY FEED A my home, any shift. Live close to prisonoff BERGER ft CO. Indoor/Outdoor Complete ov.rlooklnglaQoon. 475-3267.venings with our proven sales methods and Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.50,
GOLDKIST STORES IN STARKE. 4tpd Rd. 16. Call 9643803. 2tpd 7/13-20 Home. Care. *Hou. Cleaning or weekends. 4tchg 6/29.7/20 high commission Position could leadto then 15 cent for each word thereafter.
7/13-8/3 HOUSE PAINTING: interior and exterior. Management. Call 1.800.527.1193 or t
"I will LAKE COTTAGE for sale
Specialist* give your propertythe on Spring
FREE PUPPIES male and female, mixed Free ..tlmat... Call 9646043. 2tpd end resume to: HYDORTEX DEPT
tome ..pect I want other to give lake.$60.000 cash. Swim, ski, f l.h. Kit
br..... 964-6124. Itpd 7/20 7/13.20 min." Keyitone ar.o. 473-0883. 3tpd ch.n, 2 BR/1 BA, IR/DR comb., porch 2762.C, PO BOX 560843 Dallas, TX MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL I
COCKATIELS A PARAKEETS, hand.fed. KEVIN'S LAWN SERVICE Call for fr.. 7/13.27 well utility room sandy beach. 75356. Itpd. 7/20.

Call 431-1203 or 431-1172. 4tchg estimates. 782-3894. 2tpd 7/13.20 OLE MAID CLEANING SERVICE Call 473-3131. Stchg 6/29-7/27 .

7/20-8/10 C.C.'S PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SER Elaine at 4730042. 3tchg 7/13.27 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft.on MOBILE HOMES SUNDECKS BUILT Wx\T.

QUAKER PARAKEET with large cog. VICE licensed Insured, reference INTERIOR ft EXTERIOR painting 8 wallpapering Lok.Geneva lov.ly tree, 3000 iq ft. $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps, I
UP 964-4B49 It ad 7/20 Total car., carpet, tile, everything 4734186. Itchg 7/20 Retiring owner must sell. Assumable FOR SALE screened porches. Call 496-3921, after
Residential and commercial 7823089. 5 6/22 5tpd. 7/20
HOUSECLEANING Weekly biweekly mortgage. $149,500. 1..73..375. 4tchg p.m.
4tchg 7/20-8/10 anytime. Reliable, reference, hardworker. 7/13.8/3 I EPOS $500.00 dn. on 14' wide.,
Cindy. 4tchg seperate $1000.00 dn. on doublewides. We FOR SALE OR RENT
rlage or relationships failing? Choose 7/20-8/10 garage with 2 acres, $29.500 OBO, or 2 finance Anyone can buy Bad creditor
197S BELLEVUE 23 ft. sell contained. the adventure and challenge to love as lakeside home., 4 acre $59,900 OBO. no credit. Call James Olin at
sleep 8, air, good condition. Call God says to love. Read I Chron. Chapt DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGO- 1.659.2779 HUNTERS PARADISE Secluded 24-plu I
Keystone area. 755.5 II., Circle B Mobile Homes, lake
9645571. 2tpd 7/13-20 13 In your Bible. True love never falls INGT HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call 7/20 Hnchg FL. acre with mobile home, patios. Deck I
fear For help LoRue Leveling Service for all your City overlooks fish with walk
1972 HOLIDAY VACATIONER ha. air, or cause or Insecurity. I IUD! HOMES doublewides and pond bridges
and free Bibl., writ. Don A foundation repair Keyitone, and Never before hunted
awning, sleeps 7, v.ry nice. 4733237. a : singlewlde In stock. We finance. Call stream.
Itchg 720CAMPER Elizabeth 7257 Andromeda Lane, 473-7721.7/91P FOR SALE deer, wild turkey and fox. $400 a
755-5115, Circle B Mobile Homes, lake
FOR LONG WHEELIASE, sleep Keystone Hts., Fl. 32656. 4tchg month, first, lost security. Satellite dish
4, gas stove and Icebox. $400. 7/20-8/10 LAND FOR SALE QUEEN SIZE WATERBED water skis, '75 4 City Big 28' x 70', 4bed/2bath optional.. 79600.Coll 496-2070 or
RITE-WAY ROOFING: roofing ft repairs Grande Torino Ford 351 Windsor 3326411 7/6 4tpd. 7/27
964-5288 Itcha 7/20 I
Skylln., $245.00 month. Call JamesOlln
leak fixed. Lawn service 8 tree pruning LAKE LOT Hill Crett Oak. 14900. .ngln., AT, Collector Item. 65 Ford p.r Circle B Mobile .
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES carpentry W.T. Turner, owner.Storke. $500 down, $181 month. Phone Ranch Wagon 352 engine, AT A AC. at 755-5114
Homes. Lak.City, FL. 7/13 3tchg 7/27.
9643392 964.2976, 9647612. 473.4367, aft.r 6 p.m. 4755675. 4lpd 473-4186 2tchg 7/13/20 \
Itpd 7/20 7/13.8/3 UNIQUE UPRIGHT PIANO with b.nch.

WE COME TO YOUI! auto and truck 2 ACRES on developing communitynear Excellent condition, $750. 4730141
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE repairs. Also clean garage.and yards. Gainesville. Lake I airstrip, evening > weekend 2tpd 7/13.20
STORES Chao. from: Jean/sport 9649673. 3tchg 72083COMMERCIAL electrical Small down payment. $149 KENMORE AUTO. SEWING MACHINE !
swear ladles, men, children/mater month. Call collect 8135453896. 2tpd A-1 hope.. Cost $8<9. will take $200 Correctional Officer I

nity !large .lies, petite, 7/13.20 OBO. 473-7862. 7/20 tfnchg
dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MH lot. Clay IBM Selectrlc III.typewriter, Rlccar..w. \
after with benefit
$16,100 ( )
Salary annually training a a
ing machine, L..r Truck topp.r. All In
cee.6rle. tore.. Add color analysis. '- County. Some on paved road. Close in
.. Claiborne,Healthtex, KH. $500 down $78 month. 4734373.4tchg good condition. 473-0875. Itpd 7/20 worth $4,000. Minimum qualifications:
oaBmndoame . .. .. .... package over :
nn" m u? WIND SURFER SAIL BOARD fast, fun, ,
TJtaninjVV*. illf. S;. Mlch.leV Forenid, 7/13-8/6
U & Bugle!l! Boy Levl Camp Beverly Hill, OFFICE,6PACS I 500 sq. ft. 'for rent on $550; 1971 Coochmen travel trailer, 12 Must meet'requirements of Florida Statute 943,
301 Starke. Apply at Durrance LOVELY 13 FLEETWOOD with all
Hwy self contained $950. 1978
Leslie Fay.,Lucia over 2000 other multi-tier.Ol Pump A Supply 9647061. 8/25TF amenltle. 3/2, FR, covered lull length Marqul family,wagon;, cold AC Mercury, full including but not limited to High School Diploma or
$13.99 one price designer FOR SALE BY OWNERS small mobile patio, dbl. CP 20x31x11., short walkto Cleveland look.and
351 ,
discount or family shoe tore.. power GED. Citizen of the United States have obtained age
pricing for home park on Grlffl Loop (Rd. 100-A( ). lake Geneva. "2.500. MATHEWS runs good $1200. OBO. 473-3321 Itpd

quality Retail .hoe.price normally unbelievable priced from $1 top 9 I Four lots with three mobile homes and REALTY, Starke, 9644469. 7/20 19 and pass a physical exam. Must also successfully (
room for more. R.ntal Income $700 PIANO FOR SALE Responsible' to
to $60. Over 250 brands, 2600 styles, party urine Males between 19-26
training,, monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or FOR RENT assume small monthly payments on complete a drug test. must ,
$29,900. Inventory
$18,900 to 964-4430 or 964.8709. 2/16TF Spinet Piano. Can be teen locally. of with the Selective Service. I
fixtures, air fare, grand opening, .tc.. present proof registration
OFFICE FOR RENTS Hwy. 301. R.nt COMMERCIAL SPACE available In Credit Dept. 904294-8481. Stchg
Con IS day. Mr. Schneider ((407]I
open .
negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark Keyttone Height 2 location: 700 7/20-8/3
366.tpd. 964.5516.13TF ft. I 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility -
FOR LEASE Across from KOA/Wol-Mart. In both locations 473-3193 or HELP WANTEDCOOK Interested persons should contact:

REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft.--$600; 1250 473-7683, leave menage. 7/6 tfnchg R. Nate Holton, Personnel ManagerNew
sq.ft.-$430; 1000.q.h.$290.964.8447or ON LAKE GENEVA MH unlurnlihed. 2 ft NURSES AIDES positions
PUMP&SUPPLYWell eves 473-3627. 6/1STF BR/1V4 BA, kitchen equipped. Not In a available at New Life Acres. 479-2108. River Correctional InstituteP.

MOTEL C RESTAURANT with living trall.r pork. $275 month $275 deposit. 2tcha 7/13.20 O. Box 333
quarter on 12 acre 760 ft. highway 473-2919. 7/6 tfnchg HELP NEEDED to care for infant.Mon-Frl. .
Drilling frontage. 20 room. 10 kitchenette,on MOBILE HOME.2 ft 3 bedroom partially for working moth.r. Mutt hay. Raiford FL 32083or I

2" to 6" Hwy 301 North. Must sell due to poor furnished.$135 a month > up. 473-7566 reference and transportation. Call
Rotary health. Owner will hold mortgage with or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 4732981. Itpd 720MOBILE phone

reasonable down. Call 464-7184 10 MOBILE HOME.2 BR, I BA, fenced yard.
-PumpsAll a.m.-IO p.m. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 thed clo. to Keyttone school $285mo. HOMES ((904) 964-4000

Sizes .plu*security deposit.Call 475-3203 FOR SALE Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of i t ,
aft.r 6 p.m. 4tehg 7/6-27
ON LAKE GENEVA Fumihed efficien veterans I II
24 X 44 DOUILEWIDI 2 BR/2 BA, all po-RR-5376 EOE/F II
and dock facilities. $275 I
cy. Laundry
Payment electric with CH/A on fenced 5 acres, I
fto Down per month, plus deposit. 473-2919 7/6
$21,500 or with fenced 10 acres,
Hnchg 28500. 4737619. 2tpd 7/13-20
.Handll House 3 BR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDI 1.5 acres, 1 -2 ACRE
1 2 cor garage. CH/A f.nced. $450 p.r TRAD' FOR CAREERS IN I'
Excellent condition lake
Keyitone. access
C&C Mini-Storage Lease with 17510253.
mo. 7/13-20 option. CH/A, fireplace, washer ft dry.r, TRACTS
2tpd window coverings ceiling fans, utility _
building, lawn mow.r. Assumable .
across itreet from Hardee.. 17X34',
t Garages $275 adlalnlng2O'X32'| 3504734375. 7/20 mortgage. $38.000. 4737483. Itchg ..WORD EXECUTIVE: PROCESSORHOME I

Our J.noom Greenhouses 7/13 Hnchg
ytcrlt Your Pi mhlntf Parts I Storage Dl3O1S. 30 FOOT CAMPER Single pr.f.rred.AC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES STUDY/RES. TRAINING Bauless:HfahwauIncludes
rr fur
full bath refrigerator everything Septic
I nlihed except cooking ga*. $250
Qfl47061pU HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING for a local Tank
AcrossFrom month, $50 deposit. 4732667. 4tchg .
business that will not fold after a couple
7/20-8/10 month--one that has been
M.l>n >1ft Ave_Stark KOA/ THREE BEDROOM 1V4 bath;$400 month. established for 7 years? Good for couple 1-800-327-7728 qJ 3IlIlJ4Il I

Eve" & Wke1ds; Wal-Mart 964-2313 w nlng.. 4tchg 7/6-27 or Individual. 4732438. Itchg 720In nm DI..HART of A.O.T.scHOKLA Corp.Nst1 II II I

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GROWING fin". Call 533-2462 or Jox. 388-5151.

INDIVIDUAL SEEKING A FUTURE IN Disappeared July 4th of Klngiley Lak.

Itpd 720FOUND StumpGrinding
kee than S months.you can oem
MANAGEMENTMust large male dog. RhodeilanRldgebackt .a career In cosmetology> AIRLINES
(?). Phone 4733368. Itpd .CRUISE:LINES
have experience in management and have good people 7/20 ."'11"---\----. e TRAVEL CJES
and be able and willing All pb-sw 01 m.aslopr HOME STUDYVRES.TRAINING
must be organized .
sue' Individual Job P1se .at4--YYa" in
to learn all aspects of buslne8ll. college mechanical ability ENROLL NOW! Specializing I

and be familiar with agriculture field helpful. Company :ssuenaese 372OOO7BRADFORD Stump Removal

otTers competitiVe salaries and fringe benefits Including fully

paid health and life apply to M AGEEMMEgNTT POOSrmrION. '> :!: k. "" A '\ 18003277728AC.T.TAVU.BCHOOL 964-9300:
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$360 now only $150. 1 year old. All Shifts. Male S Female.355-5500 TWO FAMILY children clothet, bicycle, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tubmltted -
9645033. Itpd 7/20 JSH World $95 Refundable .tc. Rd. 230. one mile past hospital to the Bradford County
FURNITURE light blue and gray sleeper 2tpd 7/13-20 first dirt road on right (SE Ul St.) Saturday Telegraph office In writing and paid In
HOMES couch like new, $250. Single bed with DRIVERS TO$750 WEEKLY 9 until. Itchg 7/20 advance unless credit It already
mottrett and box spring, like new Local longhaul.Train locally. 355-5500 :3 FAMILY SALE on Grlfflt Loop. Thurs ft established with trill office.
FOR SALE $150. Call 9645941. Itpd 7/20 J ft H WORLD $95 REFUNDABLE2tpd Friday. 8.4 p.m. Itchg 7/20 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
TRAILER rear-end of pickup convertedto 7/13.20 YARD SALE Thun-Sun. 100 E. 4 mil... RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

BAD CREDIT NO CREDIT-- NO PROBLEM. 19(2 FLEETWOOD WINGATEi 2 BR. 2 trailer. Complete with tail-lights ond FULL TIME POSITION for experienced Rain or thin. If you want real CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

Easy financing on mobile home. Call baths, split LR FP, kitchen appliance, turn signals. Just right for hauling seamstress to manage and assume full bargain, this It III) My last yard tale-- THE TELEPHONE.
riding mower, etc. Good big mud-grip everything mutt gal) Nice clothes, TUESDAY NOON,
Jay at 7550606. 4tchg 7/6.27 all electric separate dining room. Call responsibility for alteration shop and Classified deadline
$91 PER MONTH on mobile home, set upI 964.7105 after 6 p.m. Itpd 7/20 tlr... $225. Can be teen at 909 N. pick up and drop off dry cleaning unit.Must S.10-.25. Carpet 16x21 $10. Brand nwmnt prior to Thurtdoy publication.
I ft delivery Included easy credit. 120 12x45 ONE BEDROOM $3000. 9648310. Thomp.on. 3t 7/20.8/3 be mature with positive per and womnt bowling ball ft Classified display deadline It TUESDAY
LIVESTOCK TRAILER 20 ft. Hale trailer $15 ach. Odd tablet and chain.
bags Classified
7/20.27 P.M. Special display
I months at $500 down, 12% APR Call 2tchg sonality. Apply In person at New 5:00:
Joy 755.0606. 4tchg 7/6.27 TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath 14x48 MH. $1800. 1964 International pickup $650. Method Cleaners, 311 N. Temple Ave., Some antlqut like table ft 6 chain, placement It NOT Guaranteed.
JULY CLEARANCE SALE cathedral ceilings, ceiling fan., CHi, 964-4514. Itchg 7/20 Starke, Fl. llchg 7/20 easy choir dresser chest of drawers, Minimum charge for classified ads It
FREE GIVEAWAYS excellent condition. Call 964-6718 or SNAPPER LAWN MOWER telf-propelled. WAREHOUSE MANAGER experienced radio S record player 2 kerosene 15 words for $3.50, then 15 cent for

.Cozy 14.602/1 $129/mo. 964.5719 after 5 p.m. 2tchg 7/20.27 excellent condition teen by oppt. only need apply. Shipping receivingand heaters like nw, 2 goat, cedar wood each word thereafter. $1 billing chargewill
Roomy 14.602/Imo. $250. Call 533-2325 or 13724360. Itpd Inventory control. Apply In person. tires, odd dishes and much more. Itpd be added to each CHARGED

*Cute 14x702 2 7/20 Teal Tile ft Carpet.. N. Cherry St. Itchg 7/20 clattified. ad.
*Rare 14x703/2 FOR SALE ." HOLE DIGGER 3 hp., in good condi 7/20 MOVING SALE Saturday 7/22. 424 N.

Deluxe 14x70 32Plush tion. 9649501. Itchg 7/20 HOME HEALTH AIDES pleasant caring Water St. A little bit of everything Itpd
ROGERS 1147 SILVERPLATE SERVICE for 7/20 Celebrate Our 110th
14M72 3.2 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At Iowa. Individual with good transportation.Must Ilelp us
eight, 100 tarnish- BIG YARD SALE fishing tackle, knickknacks -
over pieces plus
have 6 months of experience 10-121!
Elegant 14x70 3/2 $289/mo. $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF Birthday August
proof $350. 9645015. 7/20 tablet, .t.r.o. dryer vending
*Handyman Specials from $1,999 NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum coie. Itpd In hospital or nursing home or gas >
machine, lot. of other Item 100E.
*All Doublewldes Reduced measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for IP YOU WANT EXTRA-CLEAN USED FUR be certified, nursing assistant. Full or
Market Rd. off 301 from
HUGHES MOBILE HOMES Starke patching and repairt. TELEGRAPH 135 NITURE then check at Vic's Used Furniture part time 8 am.5 p.m. Monday Hwy across
Farmer Mkt. 9 til.
I 964.6407 W. Call St. 964.6305. TF 157 W. Brownlee St., 964.6546. Friday Many benefits. To loin our professional Saturday only
PATIO SALE tools, furniture, dishes, e
1983 14x7l MH: 3 BR 2 bath unfurnishod NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer, Two new 3 pc. LR suites, now $45C team call or send resume to:
condItion. $9500 $600 extra nice. Francine Hayes, Health Recruiter jewelry etc. 612 Colllnt Place. w
good or regular machines and trgrt.Pinehurtt each. No junk. Everything 964.6362.
down $170/mo 8 Phone and have look. Itpd Alachua General Hospital 801 SW 2nd Itchg 7/20
opprox yr. Variety Star, across from So come on In, a
496.1382. TFjrn __ Ave.. Gainesville, Fl 32601 FRIDAY ft SATURDAY B.2 p.m. Cancel
-- Southtld Elementary 7/20
9645587. TF ALMOST NEW Arlens riding lawnmower ((904)338.6750) collect. Itchg 7/20 rain. West on Rd. 229 (Browntee Rd.),
Call GROUP HOME PARENTS to live inlakefront go post intersection 225(Baylett Hwy.)
ALECIA HAY for tale In roll. Arthur 5 yr. warranty, $650.
home In Interlachen. Mature, fourth place on right. Itchg 7/20
Gatkint, 7823140. 6/8TF 9643213. Itchg 7/20
SATURDAY, 7/22t 8.5 557 N.
HANDI! HOUSE portable buildings, If(6 GMC TRUCK! Crew cab 1 ton truck nurturing non-denominational couple to manage Walnut. Lots of clothet. p.m.Itchg 7/20
with 9' box dump. Also 1987 Ford therapeutic pro
AFFORDABLE storage garages gram. Clinic provides mental. health :3 FAMILY YARD SALE I July 2122. Between .
NO DOWN PAY loader tractor. Call 7823437. Itchg
T.II.E. APARTMENTS greenhoutet support system full time and reliefassistance. 16 A 301 on 225 in front of O.carCart.r.
MENT. 301 South 9648848. 7/20
Hwy. Combined salary mid to upper old ttore. Itpd 7/20
922 E. Brownlee St. 7/13TF LOTSA STUFF 5000 watt generator $20s, plus living expenses and SATURDAY JULY 22i On Grllflt Loop,
POOL 15 foot round several weedwackers, light
SWIMMING excellent mowers benefit RR tracks twice, third home
Camp Blan ding RcL package. Send resume to acrett on
Ask hardware, tools, electronic
condition. :2 yrt. old. $350. fixtures, misc.
left. Smoker household
Audrey Turner Personnel Office, garden tub
Starke, FL 32C91 for Debra or Wayne, 9648849. 2tpd equipment parts, 1600 lb. scale, Bradford.Putnam-Union Guidance Itemt, clothes etc. 8 a.m. III. Itpd 7/20

7/13-20 Ford 300 motor and C-6 Irony, van, Clinics Inc. P.O. Box 399 Starke, Fl. GARAGE SALE Litton microwave, $75; 5 Be a Winner In the Drawings
80 Malibu
ANTIQUES Treadle sewing machine, parts. Ford ft Dodge wagon
32091. EOE. 7/20-27 living room set $150 mite
964-7133 2tchg pc. :
.. transit note vision Celebrating Telegraph's110th
black 77
I amethyst depression gla. Caddy survey PART-TIME-THIRTY PEOPLE NEEDED household Itamt. Saturday 9 a.m. 832
2 & 3 DR. family oriented with 964-4151. Itchg 7/20 scope gar BBQ grill shallow well doors|jet Applications now being accepted. Earn W. Cypress St. Itpd 7/20 Anniversary!
YOUNG TENDER OKRA Fresh cut daily pump wood house doors, storm
'!. weekly paycheck demonstrating toys,
laundry & large playgrour.Free
FFA member.9648295. 7/20 aluminum, electric organs
by an Itpd
electricity first month. SEVERAL ITEMS Yamaha IT 175K competition chandeliers, fans, 2 custom van seats, gift., home decor fashions. Absolutelyno Come join In our STREET .....
Investment. 475.3337. 7/20
I .Hen i :20:: % of your monthly dirt bike, 1983 excellent condition jacuzzi pump reel to reel video tape FULL TIME-WILLING TO WORK Itchg Fla. DL 8 DANCE Aug. 12 celebratingthe J

I Income If you qualify. rarely used $725. Triple dresser recorders, film, splicers, 100s more work reference. Apply In person: Telegraph's 110th I
-'If you cam $3.35 per hr.. 40 with double mirrors, heavy. solid wood 9643696. Rear of Brown's Trailer Park Gator II Farm Supply Hwy. 301 South, !
I his.. a week & have 3 $250. ladies full length rabbit fur coat 2'/t miles South on 301 across from STarke. Itchg 7/20 Anniversary I

r l dependents, your rent would be $75. Washer and dryer $165 for set. Quik Stop. Itpd 7/20
Wingback chair with maple arms $40. .
about $112. month 01'$3.73
a month Vinyl chair$20. Lane solid cedar chest, HELP WANTEDRN Be a Winner in the Drawings The
per day for days left In antique, $200. Solid cedar wardrobe, Joy Quartetfrom
for move-In alter the first. beautiful antique $400. Wood Celebrating Telegraph'sII0lh

Qualified Singles Accepted. bookcase $50. Stereo with turntable, available.POSITIONS: 2 full-time positions Anniversary!

Move-In cost can be us low as receiver tap deck and four speakers, Med/Surg experiencepreferred.
Paid time off
Low Income $80. Call 468.2589 or 468-1481. Itpd program. App- Pensacola Christian
$10.00. ly to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery CENTER COORDINATOR Salary College
Sec. 8 Housing 7/20 ft $4.53.$6.08. Bradford County. GeneralResponsibilities "
EJ Center. SR 100 121, Lake Butler. ( "-
Rents for 30% 4962323. 3/16TF : The Incumbent will
with satellite and deicrambler. Call
Equal' You.I1Uonae LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT for small retirement coordinate the Suwannee River
of 964.9152 964.7839.Itchq 7/20
or Economic Council Inc.,
home. Non-drinker older or programs Including
If You Qualify retired couple. Call 4682619. Su.El's COC operations, JTPA. and

Retirement Home. 6/8TF transportation (if applicable) within a
AVON SUPER SUMMER SPECIAL earn county and supervise staff assigned to tea

$8-10 per hour working from your those programs. Specific Responsibilities'
HERITAGE VILLAS home. $5 investment. Call ((904)) : Provide Intake for services,
4622743. Leave name & phone provide program eligibility screening
number. 4tpd 7/6.27 counsel clients regarding their needs,
607 Bradford Court in Starke HARDWARE MAN WANTED apply at supervise staff assigned to various programs

Acme Hardware, 301 E. Call St., maintain filing system submit
Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted Stark. Itchg 7/20 report to administration as required by v ..rr

on & 2 BR aparbnents. Monthly payments from $220 FULL-TIME SECRETARY 50 CWPM., confidential the various programs, operate the CRT

plus: utilities. Handicapped! units are also available. experienced, flexible personto unit (JTPA), participate In staff

Rental information and applications are available at the provide administrative and medical. meetings Youth, lob development coordinate
Competency Program,
staff secretarial support. Medical terminology
Rental Ofllce. 607 Bradford Court Starke desired. Competitive salary other duties as assigned by Program

Equal excellent benefits. Apply to Personnel Director
Call 964-6216 7""T noosing Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler Desirable Qualifications: Two y.a.coll.g. .
I T I Opportunity Hospital, P.O. Box 748, lake Butler Fl degree from accredited Institu
Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30 p.m. 32054 tion. Two years experience in social
((904)) 4962323. 2tchg 7/13.20
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: work counseling outreach work. or a 1
related field; with emphasis on public
Openings available In several areas.
Su-El's Retirement Community Will train. For Info call ((312)) 742.8620, relations. well.Must possess ability to communicate Will Be At
Special Qualifications:
ext. 362. 4tpd 7/13-8/3
Bondable, must have valid Florida Bradford
Rollremont Community R.llr..nl Horn Mon-Frl for working mother. Mu.thave Driver License. must have valid vehicle

A small ratlrwnentcommunity In Utta until community w. references and transportation. insurance and must be a resident of Starke. FL
at Su-Efa.W. r also. "h"v.8u-Er. RvUwnMtt 4732981. Itpd 7/20 the SREC Inc. services area. Send
n.....cantata Of rooms tor tetf Horn A 'li_lid group GROUP HOME RELIEF OPERATOR must resume to: Suwonnee River Economic Friday. July 21st At 7:30 pm

Independant Motors."" It ,- hom for Mnton thai ntmtttMJttanot I have own transportation. 5 day week. Council Inc., P.O. Bhx 70 Live Oak. Fl Located on Griffis Loop ((100-A) at the
Is a quirt saline' with a with tupwvtilon.W 32060. Deadline for submission of
hoint-llk. almoaphara At L ..glvt. pMonalzvd.car*. 7/20-8/10 Eves p.m.-9 p.m., call 964-3429.4tchg resume: July 24, 1989. Itchg 7/20 Railroad tracks Just off Hwy. 100 S.TORO'S .

Bu.Era es..".,housing. 24....ijpwvtolon-hoi nwato RECEPTIONIST FOR VETERINARY
utliKits. maid and laundry A iI I l *laundry t rvto 4 .day WMH, HOSPITAL! app'icant'! should be v.ry
....._with a 24 hramurQaney I t' long term"'v.Cwtiltodnuritning VIsa/MC. US charge. Even with bad personable and enjoy working with the '
I credit. No refused. Call
one ((213))
call systam.M auL.flral aid CPR public. Good telephone etiquette
JANITOR WANTED full time. Must have
minimal computer skills would be
1 mile South on S.R. 325. Hampton, FL Sue Lott Walker references. Apply In person at Vogue helpful. Prefer someone with
Mfg.. 710 S. Water St., Stark. (SR 100E previousexperience
as a receptionist and/or office -
). Itchg 7/20
Senior Registered Nurse N. LPN, NA and WO mall specialty manager. Send resume to Carol at OF .
1051 S. Water St.. Stark., Fl. 32091 og
Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional hospital seek for energetic and experienced call 964.6411 weekdays from 9-5 p.m. .

registered nurse and one year experience. ft PRN fulltlm.part.tlm.bay 2tchg 7/20.27
positions. Apply TO $400
Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler "
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable products at home Call for Informa-
up Hospital P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler, or
to $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000). call 4962323. 6/1 TF 7/20-B/10 tion. 504641.8003, ext. 9579. 4tpd 1JO 9 Instant Credit

Correctional Medical Technician CERT l TA """" '\. Payments from

,I Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a practical nurse. GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio REP $34.00 mo. .

I Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG &: GLORIA BRYANT

to $18,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$5,000) LESSONS: GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS

New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be Call 964-8120
Tueg.hri. 11-7 a Sun.-Mon..IO-2
eligible for all Florida career service benefits including State

I Contributions to health insurance and retirement, 13 r
days 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred conipeasution plan! With Each Membership You

CEU's and in-service training llllil 1 111] Get FREE MMoo Blade SharpeningFREE

Interested should contact
persons :
Annual PIck-Up and
R. Nate Holton, Personnel ManagerNew Delivery
River Correctional InstituteP. Parts Discount on All ''I

O. Box 333 !! TRANSMISSION. INC. In-Shop Repairs Factory '

Raiford FL 32083or Authorized ;
Warranty Service OpUmol ,
phone EOE/F .. Heater &: Radiator Repair Specialists .. Extended Engine Warranty -

Heater Cores e Water Pumps a Parts Priority 5-Day Service
PO-RR-5377 I
(904) 964-4000 Guarantee $50.00 Value (see
Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veteransanyonewifljfed .Details. In ) ""

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1k :> / Best Place In Town To Take A Leakl

AheatPUIDU. ThIne i Corner 964-681O Sol ar sR is !

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coinfortableijpt'Ju'W. Vocational Instructor III F/C Communications I

Temporary Position

h. : Minimum qualifications. High School Diploma or equivalentand

three years experience trade being taught. Desire experiencein

". electronics and Rolm telephone system. This position will be

"" ., Il's Buytbe'11..xL12006..t bound to provide>long-hsanf ferimg at responsible for installation and repairs of telephones associated

P!!J I 11 comfort.Because the XL 1200 Mathcrtrorf equipment involves installation and slicing of cable, intercom

9 11! /t .best.......pump.10 year it barked touted Wan warranty exdunve on.both nwiuftc-. data and radio systems., I4OVA&MtL I IMAROWAAE

I canpmnr mi!cod.plus 2 yen on pert!.And
the Una'.super Iuah efficiency helps ndua yourenergy Interested persons shoukt'contact:

usage sH I year fang Calf R. Nat Personnel.
today fcr more deOule on the 1'JIUIFj Norton Manager A OAROEN CENTERS
i XL 1200 host pump.Fnanck New River Correctional InstituteP.
iI nibble.
COWART O. Box 333
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Raiford. FL 32083or
Air Conditioning Contractors phone iH.ei.GHts,

I I Bradford CACQZ7S38 Count?end ((904)) 4-4OOO : >, ". I

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Features.automatic dry Regularly$929.95 2 CYCLESRegular Regularly$479.95
control. 4 cycles.End-Of-Cycle 4 and permanent press.3

Washer signal. Up-Front Features.lint 3 fitter.wash $ 7 88 ,i wash/rinse combinations temperature $3 9 8
cycles.3 wash temp NOW w/energy-saving cold NOW
selections.3 water levels. Lint water selections.Soak
filter. IIII cycle.
lllllt Model WWA5600
Mod SM2000 -

Regularly $459.95 3 CYCLES Regular, Regularly$499.95
3 CYCLES-regular, permanent press, knits ''ll
permanent press/knits. I and pre-wash.4 water
Optional extra rinse.3 $3 98 II level selecttons.3 ''I
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water level selections.3 NOW wash/rinse temperature NOW '

wash/rinse COTnbinclilonS.temp.""* combinations. ........... .
Model WWA7304 ''IIIIIIIIIIIjIIhII Model WWA8314 II ,


Regularly$399.95 Regularly$389.95
Permanent press/knits press
cycle.3 drying -D- cycle. End-of-cycle
selections.Porcelain signal.4 drying $31 8
$31 8
enamel drum.Up-front -... II selections. Porcelain
llll II I lint fitter.Separate start NOW II II enamel
switch. Up-front lint filter.
Model DDE5700G Modal DOE7109


Permanent Regularly$469.95
Automatic dry
press/knits/ cycle.3 II
control dryer.Automatic permanent drying Porcelain selections.enamel 38

4 press drying and selections.knits cycle. $3 48 I III VIII filter.drum.Separate Up-front start lint NOW IIII

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Modal DDE7189 Model DDE5780


Regularly$429.95 Regularly$589.95

JPOTSCRUBBER$3 8 8 I option.Temperaturesensor Energy Big system.saver capacity drying NOW$388

..ir' Super Upper Rack.
Sound Insulated.
Model GSD700 Model GSD940

Regularly $929.95 7.21 cu.ft.freezer.
24.7 cu.ft.capacity;
7.45 cu.ft.freezer.Spacemaker .. Glass shelves.
u door .. Equipped for optional :
$788 Icemaker.Door -
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shelves hold6packs.
porta-bins.Quick NOW .Sealed $1
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Equipped for Regu&riy$149955
optional Icemaker.Food volts 5.4 amps.Easy
g saver system.$ 81'IV"8 Installation. $238
Sealed snack pack. 10-posltton NOW
Glass shelves. thermostat.2 fan/2
Energy saver cooling speeds.
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State Attorney's ReportThe

Bradford Office of State At- years probation.Michael no confest, placed on one year pro sentence. \
torney Lennard B. Register III E. Silver arrested Oct. 31 bation fined $315.Marla Kenneth Gregory
received 35 new individual cases for forgery (three counts); pled no Palacios Reyngoudt arrested August! 27 for driving Morgan while arrested 1FH- .
and/or felony defendants for prosecution contest, placed on two years com- Feb. 24 for lewd assault upon license suspended, driving under in. Bradford
during the month of May, munity control, concurrent. a child; pled no contest, two years fluence,refusal to sign citation pled
according to Investigator Wiley Randall Green Pass arrested Sept. probation.Willie guilty to felony DUI placed on; two Chiropractic Center
Clark. 12 for possession of cocaine, aggravated Lee Mayes arrested Feb. 11 years community control.
Two of the cases were prison battery; pled no contest, for aggravated battery, aggravated Keith Brian Ardley arrested Starke Office
related. three years probation, fined $500, assault; pled no contest, placed on 13 for of Dec. I
possession 218 S.
cocaine, Walnut St.
The office declined to prosecute court costs and make restitution. three years probation, make resitu- burglary, grand theft dismissed.
six cases and 14 cases were dismissed. Clarinda Burch arrested Oct. :31 tion.Mark Inmate James Robertson; arrested Next) to the Chamber of Commerce
There were two jury trials. The for attempting to obtain a controlled Randall Horsey arrested! Jan. 25 for aggravated assault
office conducted one state attorney substance with a forged prescription Oct. 24 for burglary of structure possession of contraband, 964-4957
invest igation and filed two felony ap- ; pled no contest,placed on three petit theft (two charges), pled no Pled guilty, sentenced to a 12 weapon years;
peals.No. years probaton, be evaluated by contest, sentenced to seven years DOC, consecutive.!
action taken 12 BUGC for substance abuse. DOC concurrent.
judicial was on George Wilkes II arrested -
Madeline J, Bennett arrested Nov. Ilerse Oct 24 for
cases and one violation of probationwas firearm possession March 11 for grand theft,
6 for introduction of contraband into of by convicted felon PAIN CONTROLHeadaches
filed. 24 pleas of guilty were ac- dealing in !stolen property; dismissed J
cepted. One search warrant was correctional facility; pled no con- pled no contest, sentenced seven unable to locate victim. .
test, placed on two probation, years, concurrent with a mandatory! .
prepared by the state attorney's of years Michael West!: arrested Jan. 7 for Nock&Arm
fined $250, court costs. three .
pay years.Roosevelt resisting officer .
violence Mid Back
fice.Twentythree Phillip Louis Lee arrested Oct. 26 Green arrested Feb H
resisting officer
were filed and six misdemeanor prior cases cases were for burglary, criminal mischief; pied for dealing in stolen property; pled disorderly conduct without; defendant violence, I Low Back & Leg WOOl Rotated

dismissed by the office in May, said no contest placed on three years no contest, two years probation, sentenced on other charges. .Sporti
probation, pay court costs, nuke Dana arrested rf .
.. Clark. The office declined to pro- Massey Feb. 24 for Robert Melton Stebbms arrested Personal
secute seven cases and three cases $475 restitution. aggravated assault criminal Feb. 7 for dealing in stolen property .Auto Accidents
dismissed the court. There Tommy Edward Tucker arrested mischief; pled no contest! probationto dismissed defendant sentenced on
were by
Nov. 28 for possession of controlled run concurrent with other felony other charges. DR. W. DAVID SIKES
were four nonjury trials and 16 guil-
substance,possession of less than 20 cases. Anthony Lennon Aaron arrested DR RICHARD C. TULLER
ty picas were accepted. filed in grams cannabis, possession of drug Harold Scott arrested Sept 10 for March 20 for aggravated battery CHIROPRACTIC :PHYSICIANS
Nine petitions were paraphernalia, carrying concealed delivery of crack ('1)('a mI'. eon dismissed, witness failed to appear
juvenile court. The state attorney firearm; pled no contest, five years spiraey to deliver pled) no eontest. for testimony, 'cz: ; THE TEAM APPROACH
dismissed three juvenile petitionsand probation to be evaluated by BUGC placed on three years probation! Joseph Eugene; Coppola] arrested
three received nonjudicial ac $400 costs to Bradford County Perry Louis Kcaton arrested 'May 18; waived extradition New aI i iiKOprwcnc CAKE/ WHEN YOU NEED IT
tion. Two pleas of guilty were ac Sheriff's' Office. March 72 for possession ol co<'.11110. Jersey; HOURS A DAY DAYS A WEEK

cepted.The Walter Wayne Jenkins, Jr arrested possession f<> drug par/lph'rllnhn./ Robert Joseph MrSwam arrested' 964 .4957 24
received final BEEPER
following cases Dec. 3 for of MJV .
possession cocaine pled no contest, sentenced to .1' 18 waived extradition
disposition during the month of!May possession of cannabis, pled years DOC ennrnrrent with nth,, Georgia OjJiCf? HourMnn -Frl 990600 0 m Sat: R A eintmnntr

Clyde Dyrd, Jr. arrested Dec. 7 for --- ---.___. _._ ._.z ,."'r_ "- fl!<.....I.,1, ,, '..>, :)
burglary grand theft; case dismissed -,
insufficient evidence as to this
Luther Allen Davis arrested Feb. 5 + ri

for burglar of occupied d'.vcIUr.g: 1 ;:, i
conveyance: criminal
mischief, petit theft; victim does not
wish to prosecute.
David Paul Lucas arrested Nov. 28
for grand theft II; dismissed insuffi-
cient evidence as to this defendant
Jo Alice Goodman arrested Nov. i tas

II! for burglary, grand theft;
dismissed, unable to locate essential
Charles Cournelius Griffin ar
r'stedlarch! 31 for burglary,
possession of drug paraphernalia;
insufficient evidence as to this
Ricky Lavon Gainey arrested Oct.
21 for conspiracy to introduce contraband -
;; dismissed speedy trial has

run.Willie Beard arrested Dec.27,1987 r

for threat to throw, place or 1 1A '?r
c s s
discharge any destructive device; k .>
dismissed, criminal justice system f. l
clean up.Ernest. A /
Frederick Hill arrested

March 2 for burglary; dismissed at : __ ______ -- -- _
request investigating agency. ---: ------ itN it

Carl Edward Harris, Jr. arrested
Feb. 26 for battery burglary, victim
docs not" ish to prosecute. 0 e SQualltfSbfa
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Craig Alexander Brazil arrested
March 2 for burglary; dismissed at 1eep
request of investigative agency. MARKED DOWN BRASS PLANT
John Crews arrested April 1 for and Matching Loveseat STAND
aggravated battery; case transferred $101
to misdemeanor division
William Salmon arrested March
18 for battery, criminal mischief,;
transferred to misdemeanor divi- i
FREE tlnwlny r 1
K. DeSue arrested Jan. 29 "

for possession controlled substance, .
possession of drug paraphernalia; CASE OFCOKES "
dismissed, facts do not constitute a '
criminal offense. 2-Piece Set OnlY Attractive waterfall back for added com

Charles Woods arrested Dec. 17 fort. Dupont Antron" Nylon velvet flock
for contributing to delinquency of WITH THE PURCHASE OF $99. -
fabric for longer lasting wear and beauty.
child, interference with custody; MORE
criminal justice clean-up. $ Sofa opens into a queen size bed. Padd

Thomas Lee Bankston arrested !i 9 ed rolled arms and extra comfortable seat 8

April 12 for aggravated battery; vic cushions. 4
tim does not wish to prosecute.
Beard arrested March 28 .
for possession of crack cocaine; In- //'I't ., I "li"c .:.,, j a Broyhill' IN THE CARTON
sufficient evidence as to this defen- : ,l'', .
dant. R.I \j"" "J. 1 --'. .(. t :
Keith McCoy Jones arrested April t I '- '''' FREE
15 for possession of controlled : 2 SpeedYOURICE
substance, resisting officer without ii ; 35 MM Camera
.._ VHS HO Hign Duality
violence; insufficient evidence as to CHOr I rfl.. '
this defendant. r r "- ;,?ip? System with Double Comb With
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Lillie Jean Mack arrested March C I L u I Filler 14 Day, 4 Evont. Programmable I. Purchase

14 for dealing in stolen property; excess r/ Timer 13 y of
Function Wireless Remote any
included original
charge. y ry7- = i. } Control 110 Channel 19" TV HooverVacuum
Carlos Ford arrested June 20 for rv {, Voltage Synthesizer Tuner 70 Detent UHF channel'
firearm by convicted selector Automatic color
felon, aggravated battery; victim 1 I It orb: control Automatic fine tuning Cleaner

does not wish to prosecute. ,i ;
Willie James Strong arrested May
14, 1988 for grand theft; criminal 1 Prices
justice clean-up. fffM: 5-PC

Inmate Steve Allan Breckley I t ,,. Start
charged with escape; criminal Broyhill 5 PC s' t \: ._ ..1\ .. ,, __ pJ ..- Brass & GlassDinette 1
justice clean-up. w.-, ,; I7 ';.J/.. At
Levi Dexter arrested Dec. 28 for Colonial Bedroom j \
possession and delivery of controlled H,4r; SD"t .1
times when SAVE 1O1.I I I I -r..1J. :;, $99
substance; witness failed to appearfor This 5 pc. group ft on authentic raporducTion from Colonial 4 .
testimony. our forefathers handcrafted pine lumber into functional furniture, This > { Ii r- .
Wallace Lenard Brister arrested group features a rich pine knish in ielected hardwood solids and wood c-J> r .-.-.--
Feb. 4 for possession of cocaine (two products, to create the charm of solid pine drawer fronts. Suite includes ". $1148. _
counts) possession of drug Hutch Mirror, Triple $699'
paraphernalia; witness failed to appear Dresser, Chest, Footboard, and ,

Paula for Ann testimony.McCloud arrested Feb. Night Stand . S99

4 for possession of cocaine, posses- -- - -- -- -- ----- -- -- ..
sion of cannabis, possession of drug REGISTER TO WIN UI r'lt4 :Z I
paraphernalia; witness failed to appear se. NAME
for testimony. :> STURDY PRIZES io ADDRESS I

Edward Lee Hart arrested March : ::/? 4-DRAWER CASH & CITYZIP STATE
for possession of cannabis .
17, "
possession of cocaine; completedpretrial Z.; CHEST Totaling Over $25001'! PHONE It.
intervention program I\\1 (PTI). MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO REGISTER TO WIN NO I
James Arthur Miles arrested Oct. i s ., 26" RCA Stereo Color TV with Remote I list J PURCHASE NECESSARY NEED NOT BE PRESENTTO WINI I J

6 for possession of contraband Queen Size Chiropractic Bedding Set I I..
sentenced under habitualoffender en DON'T DELA YI..UJRRYI! BRING IN YOUR I
weapon; $ Beautiful Lane Action Recliner HfiT.
to 30 years Department of 3 8 REGISTRATION SLIP AS SOON AS 1di
Corrections (DOC), consecutive to 0 5-Piece Contemporary Dinette Set POSSIBLE. I

1 any sentence now serving. : Deluxe Hoover Upright Vacuum Cleaner"
Terry Lane Whitehead arrested ;iJ Real Value MY NEXT HOME FURNISHING PURCHASE WILL BE: I
, I r .5 Cash Prizes of up to $1001 IUIS..
I April 6 for manufacturing cannabis; i _.;;a.-: wr Beautiful I
I dismissed, insufficient evidence ask I ,__ Pine Finish Drawing to be held Saturday of next week at 5 p.m. 1 : JOur
k I to this defendant. .r/ --- -- -------- ------ -

Harriet Lucille Middleton arrested -
Oct.21 for introduction of con-

traband to correctional facility; pledno Customer Just SayCharge
I' contest, placed on three years Conveniences!
Michael Raymond Gross : Fn Dallvary A Sett-Up FARMERS FURNITURE
arrested June 28 for attempted Eaay In-Stor Charge Plan
murder, possession of weapon by Voung Aduh Charge Plan Center
state prisoner; found guilty habitual M Day, Sam* A* Cash Bradford Square Shopping TG&Y. I It! *
offender,sentenced to 30 years DOC, : W* Honor VIM A MaatarCardUp .

count one, 15 years DOC consecutiveon a/IOV/ Bank M500 art Holder Credit* To :APPLIANCES ,and .!ELECTRONICS: On Our Ea-ay-l-S tor.
count two. Service. After The Sal* ,
Lloyd Steve Casey arrested Dec. Satisfaction Guaranteed Charge Plan
16 for carrying concealed firearm; ._Aperomd Crodtt 835 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLORIDA

pled no contest, placed on three ..


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